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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 2,1947

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: ;; Digest of Recent Fidelis Class Most Judges Ban Musical Program -- -

Graciously Entertained Uphold Enjoyed By Our Large Crowd Attended Open House


Opinions ly The During FridayThe On Fishing in the P.T.A. Wednesday at School Growth Ami


Fidelia the Methodist A large number of members of
Hof
Attorney General church was graciously entertained Waters of LakePUNTA the P. T. A. enjoyed a very inter Enjoyed Program ky Pupils

.. eating musical program last Thursday -
on Friday night by Mrs.
The mere fact'that 'a hom.st ad night when Mrs. Donaldson -
Lewis Dreese. when the class held director of the mule department Spelling U evidently
owner occasionally rent hIs place GORDA. April 18-The popular
does not destroy Its character as a its regular,monthly business meet- State Game and Fresh Water Fish presented a group of student who Too Late to ClassifyBy among a great many residents of

homestead says Attorney GeneralJ. Commission won In circuit court demonstrated their ability at music Okeechobee Judging from the attendance

Tom Watson. Ing.The home was very attractive here today the latest round in the sight reading and music appre RUSSELL KAY at the Elimination SpellIng -

In an opinion by months old ciation. Bee held In the school auditorium
Comptroller C. with Ita many floral arrangement controversy over commercial -
M. Gay. the attorney, general said the devotional fishing in Lake Okeechobee. This demonstration was given With each session of the legislature Wednesday afternoon as
Lovely
that a person who too was by students of the sixth grade. part of the all day Open Home fes
acquires a presented by Mrs. J. H. McCralne. we witness the demand for
homestead does not lose that home business Circuit Judges Harrison and The little tots of the primary more and more money from those tivities.
Following the session
stead eight unless he abandons it Whitehurst. reversing" decisionof grades formed a rhythm band and agencies concerned with providing Open House began at 8:30 when
ice cream and pie was served to:
It was unbelievable that childrenof each school room was for Inspection .
or otherwise loses it County Judge Couse of Glades open
by operation for the health and welfare of our
Mrs. R. Fruda. Mrs. J. H. Me-
of the law. An owner abandons County held that 1945 acts of the that age cuold keep such perfect people. We need more hospitals, of the handwork of the
Cranie. Mrs. A. H. Davis Mrs. P.
hU homestead when he legislature declaring the waters of time and make rhythm alone, a pupils, as well as actual observation
takes
upa more sanitariums enlarged pris-
Robbins Mrs. O L. Hunt. Mrs. J.
Lake Okeechobee pleasure to listen to. of actual class-room work. The
to be salt
were
permanent place of abode somewhere Louthan. Mrs. C. H. Holcomb, Mrs.J. ons and reformatories. Present
eke. but unconstitutional and void." Mrs. C. R. Boyles presided at the class rooms were aa colorful as a
unless he does so M Roe. Mrs. C. Burdeshaw, Mrs. I day facilities far from meet the
the homestead character Judge Couse. the two circuit business meeting in the absenceof i country garden with their floral
remains need and Indication
G. Lollar. Mrs. J. A. McN'elll. Mrs.J. every points
I arrangements and art work of thepupils.
and occasional renting does judges held erred In quashing an Rev EUland. who was still unable
not R. Minehan. Mrs. R. Draugbon theee needs becoming greater as .
destroy It. affidavit which charged John to assume active leadership. i
the state population Increases.
Mrs. Z. Harmon Mrs. C. Gardner
Beginning at 12-30 the High
First prize for
The Whidden. a cemmerclal fisherman room attendancewent
inquiry whether
nary man who had was acquired on a home a and Mrs. A. J. Boettger. with violating an order of the fish to Mrs. J. H. Mcl ranie, sec While It is Imperative that we School Band presented a half-hour e

tar-Florida and lived In it'for commission closing Lake Okeechobee ond place going to Mrs. F. F Burr. do our best to care for the aged program their numbers varying
several
'- but High .School Band against net and trap fishing. and afflicted and improve conditions from the classics to boogie-woogie.
years now was required
in our prisons and reform The youngsters to
: to live elsewhere for the time being county Judge ruled that euch
commercial State Board of schools unless we take steps now how off their Jive tunes.
fishing in the huge
would lose his homestead
Will Give Concert lake was legal because of the 1945 to sharply reduce the number of Promptly at one o'clock the contestants
rights by the fact that he rented
public charges the burden of .
acts Health.to HaveMelbourne carIng In the Spelling Bee took
hU Florida home on a month to At School HouseAt for them will become increasing their places on the stage for the
month boats while he was away. Declare Law Void heavier. final eliminations. Those contest

The state board of education has Judges Harrison and Whitehnrst BaseFinal By Investing In the. future and ante were Fourth grade, Clarice

long last our band has uniforms basing their decision on two decis- spending reasonably now for worth Jones and Lorine Kinard; fifth ,
ample authority to Increase the
bright shining red ones. Ions of the Florida Supreme Court while recreational and health trade.. Martha Lee Nix and Clarice
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minimum amount of school lightIng These uniform are the result of ruled that the 1945 acts 'as obviously approval has been grantedto building' faculties within the Walker; sixth grade, Bennie Gene
In the Florida public schools several months planning dreamingand I the Florida State Board of Burdeshaw and Anne Davis; eev
in conflict with the provisions state we can do much to relieve
says Attorney General J. Tom Wat scheming and all the band Health by War Assets Administration nth grade Barbara Jordan and
of the constitution vesting in the that burden through the development
son. lIe answered an Inquiry from members. Including the director Game and Fresh Water Fish Com to occupy nine buildings at of healthier happier citicena Vorris Nit and eighth grade Bet.

W. J. Gardiner of Daytona Beach are overjoyed and inspired becauseof mission the management restoration the Melbourne Naval Air Station The old adage "An ounce of prevention t y Lou Nix and Norman EielU The
and the Florida Council for the them. for use as a rapid treatment center announcer was William D. Boeh-
conservation and regulationof is worth a pound of cure
Blind. The law sets certain mini Dr. Wilson T. Sowder.
state
We have been mar government teacher at the
delaying our annual the birds game fur bearing anI- is clearly evidenced In those states
mum standards of not less than 10 spring concert until the uni health officer announced today.It Brighton Indian Reservation. The
mals and fresh water fish of the where ample provisions have been
loot candles of light on each desk. Is expected that the new treatment
Mrs. R.
fudge M.
forms arrived and the date has State of Florida and the acquisitIon made for healthful outdoor activities were Faglle.
now been set May 9), eight o' facility will be ready to accept M.TS. C. R. Boyles Mrs. Arthur
establishment control and and recreation.A .
-Only commissioned reserve officers patients by July 1. Work of converting Raulel'S Mrs. J. M.
clock in the High School auditor management of hatcheries sanctuaries D. Roe>> and Mrs
are entitled to unitary leave the building and moving in few short years ago the ,legislature A. J.
Boettger.
lum. The program will includethe
refuges, reservations and all
with pay during days when they equipment and supplies is now in wisely made provision fora After
best numbers we have to offer other property now or hereafter nearly two hours of excel
are engaged In training. Attorney progress. State Park Program. Although lent spelling on the of
Including overtures, marches owned or used for such part everyrontestant
General J. Tom Watson has advised any pur- When completed the hospitalwill the amount appropriated for the .
Betty Lou
boogie woogie popular numbers poses by the State of Florida. Nix a representative
F. Elgin Bayles. chairman of contain 500 beds and will per purpose was pitifully email a good
etc. as well as various, solos and Earl D. Farr of Punta Gorda. at- of the eighth grade
the state road ,department. Such ensembles by members of the band. torney for the commission, andO mit the treatment of 1000 patientsa start had been made and much spelled down Barbara Jordan of the

"personnel may then only be absent I The highlight of the evening will K. Reaves of Tampa special month. credit is due the forest and park seventh grade, to win the coveted
from state duty for no more than The new hospital will be known service for what It has :
.r' be the rendition of the famous Poet counsel for the state appealed ,to I aeeomPll&h-1 first place, Barbara being declared
t" seventeen days In any year.. and Peasant Overture a somewhat aa the Florida State Board of ed with the limited nJoaetMip "Thetwegtria will .
the circuit the.find .
court agalnst .
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f. ,__ _.. *il I Health Treatment Center and'-will command..: ..- ""i-l11J
ambitious undwU.klnav;, *.,* a .. nd- hip of 1I ndge Coufte. Bell and Bell a rv* compete against th er
A county' Judge taunOt delegate of 'our alee and experience. of Miami represented Whidden. be one of the largest and most modern This program should be enlarged tndnpnerap of Bassengcr school

: to his clerk the Issuing of marriage There Is still a small unpaid balance in the country said Dr. Sow and expanded and parks developed to decide "the two County Champions

licenses because that Is a Judicial on our uniforms and although der.It within easy reach of our who will then participate In

function-Attorney General J. Tom there will be no admission for the was acquired to replace the populated areas* where both citizens the State finals to be held in Mia

Watson has declared. lie wrote concert we are accepting donationsat Old Age insuranceIs hospital ship. Ernest Hinds which and visitors may enjoy tow mi.

County Judge John T. Rose Jr., the door. It Is our goal to real was returned to the Army. cost recreation facilities and the Following the Spelling Bee the

of Punta Gorda that although ,a ize enough to cancel entirely the Reported Much The new center will offer many healthful benefits that such rest track teams of the High school held

: county Judge may appoint a clerk unpaid balance, and we can do this advantages over previous centers and recreation provides. a track meet out on the field and

of his court, the clerk may only with a good attendance. in that it is ideally located and The development of our park Billy Hair captured the honors In l

perform non-Judicial functions. A So come one. come all. to the On. The Increase will provide the very latest equip and group camps should be lookedon that department with 27 points

Judge must determine the legal band concert Your presence there ment, treatment and comfort. as an investment rather tban against Mike Barber. 21 points.

sufficiency of affidavits to be filed will be an Inspiration to us for we an expense for they ultimately Johnnie Jenkins. 13- points Joe

before a marriage license can be play our best before a large audi R. C. Gehrken. Jr. Manager of Since Communists appear to be mean a healthier, happier people Strickel: 12 points Matthew King

Issued, as for example the physici ence.-M. O. Kent. Director the West Palm' Beach field officeof gaining quite a foothold in this better able to care_ for themselvesand 9 points Mose ,Joiner 8 points El

; an's certificate of physical examin the Social Security Administration fair[ land of ours we cannot help leas apt to become public Tin Bass points Cecil! Harden. I 5

ation. i New buildings for business and today asserted that his office but to wonder what ever became of charges as Inmates of tate maintained points. J. C. Basa 3 points. ,

residential purpose are coming is handling a geratly increased the Whigs. Institutions. Individual contest were won as

The state cannot by a new law Into materialization in all parts of work load in old-age and survivors Once a system of ouch ,state follows:

require limited surety companies Okeechobee these days and we are insurance activities and has 2.450 Jack Weger. the former Chicago parks and camps are fully completed Chinning Billy Hair It chins.

to liquidate their affaire by a certain looking forward to the time when benefits in force for. $4 ,60009( a Bears tackle has signed a two :year with ample facilities for all who 100 yard dash Billy Hair.

time. Attorney General J. Tom the housing ahortage will be a month. contract as head coach and athletic wish'to use them we will find that Shot-put -*- Mark Barber.

Watson believes. H$ advised J. thing of the past for this section. Mr. Gehrken'e office serves Palm director of the Florida Military they will produce a substantial 220 yard dash Billy Hair.

Ed. Larson state treasurer that Beach Glades Hendry, Highlands Academy at St. Petersburg.mind amount of revenue toward ,their Standing broad Jump Billy
when a state chartered a corpora The Florida Press Association Indian River Martin Okeechobee Hair V 4".
maintenance and will cost less to
tion. It entered into a contract withIt will hold its first Spring convention and St. tune counties. Running broad Jump Billy
in planning their state parka operate each succeeding
and there is nothing outside the since the war at New Smyrna The monthly benefits In the West year. Hair ir 2 1/% Inches.
of state visitors who
the out Had !
many Florida begun a park program
police power of the state which Beach April 24 25 and 26. President Palm Beach office area are dis 6&0 yard run Moss Joiner.
f" come each year to enjoy day or and consistently developed
would authorize the state arbitrarily Lloyd Herrin of the Callahan tributed as follows: 1,200 retired The final event was a gUTa volley i
weeks of rest and recreation. As it over the past thirty year In- :
to end the existence of corpora. News has arranged an Interesting workers, age 65 or over: 411 wives, ball game between the Scarlet
our park program expands we will stead of Just ten years as Is the :
tions to chartered program age; (5 or over or retired workers; Morons and Blooming"Idiots teams
find It will attract more and more case, we would find less need to 1
and 839 widows and children of the Morons winning the game.
Frank Caton of Port Orange a visitors from other states, many of worry about overcrowded hospitals. i -
Sarah Howell Suffers deceased workers. Members of the Morons .are:
Nervous Collapse But veteran of World War I. was elect Benefits to young widows with whom will be 00 delighted with'Florida prisons and reformatories ; Rowena Thomas.. Elizabeth Swain

; : ed department commander of the children are of especial ImportanceIn they will invest here and today. i Betty J. Hansel Lorene Leltner
Is Much Improved make this state their permanenthome. The state park In Florida have .
American Legion at the 29th annual keeping families together when i Irene Leitner, Greta Knight Ya,

state convention of the organization the father dies; Mr. Gehrken said. .a great potential educational value. Jorle Lofton: Julia Smith. lona s
Miss Sarah Howell. daughter of Every civic religious recreational i These parks. If properly selectedand i iI
held at Miami last
"They give the citizens of tomorrow Elinsey
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Rer. and Mrs. W. R. Howell suffered or educational group in the located, fully developed and
week. the chance to grow up In nor The Idiots are: Mildred Phelps
," a complete nervous collapse mal home surroundings with a state will find It worth while to adequately staffed will providethe Katberine Conrad Iris Conrad.
last Thursday afternoon, and was take an active Interest In the de beat meant available for Flori
"With Lowe Wands
The first big installation of air- mother's care" he added. Mary Swain. Opal
In serious condition, for several conditioned trolley equipment out them many homes would be velopmen of more and better parks da'. school youth to become acquainted Worth, Marlene Chandler. Dolly

days. and camps for not only will such with the natural resources
made anywhere in the nation occurred broken up and the children separated Lawrence and Marjorie William
: Thursday afternoon she wasgiven from their mothers and their groups' find It advantageous to of* the atate. Facilities for
when thirty new trolley
a sedative to Qul.t'her and delivered I brothers and sisters. They supplement use these facilities themselves for overnight Lousing accommodations
f seemed to enter a coma, from coaches were by Pullman life insurance and savings." meetings or event but will- find would enable student groups to-goon THE LID GOES ON IN
Standard <
1 which she did not regain consciousness Manufacturing Ga. Companyat Handling claims Is only one of that they offer equal advantage. to .visual education tours and thus OKEECHOBEE Jl.
Atlanta.
1 until late Sunday night. the many important functions of the family or Individual. gain first hand knowledge of their .

'1 Although still.very weak she Is No matter where live In state that It Is
; the field office. Mr. Gehrken pointed you Impossible to obtain Since there ha been so much
Improving slowly but It will take Jnst at that time when folks out Every worker In business Florida there Is a state park or from the confines of a schoolroom rain during the Past 'two month

? week of quiet and rest for complete had started to learn that they could industry needs a social: security camp near you. :J'hese'parks or or from text books. At the the fact was made more evident

i :' recovery. wear their clothes a week or two account number card. The field camps may be In the first stage of same time they would be receiving that many new roof were badly

longer between the wash the market office also considers it a serious development but you should take J the benefit ot healthful outdoor needed throughout many parts of

k With the retirement of Brig begun showing more signs ofsoap responsibility to give Information time to visit one or'more and acquaint recreation fresh air and sunshine town and right now the new root t

.. General Vivian:Collins as Adjutant powders and such. advice and assistance to employers i yourself with the program. that'means healthier ,mental and being added to the bailding partly

General of the State. CoL Mark W. who must make quarterly re Make the acquaintance of the personnel physical development. occupied by the Glades 'Cleaning

Lance bas taken over the- post asK If you can't think of anythingelse I ports of the wages paid to every in charge and leant what Is The recreation value of state plant will prove quite air asset to

head of the Florida National to worry over Just turn your ; worker under that worker1 name being done to improve such facili, parka la limited only by their number appearances io this part of town

. {' Guard A guardsman of twenty attention to'the possibility of great and correct account number and to ties. Do this and you will readily the facilities and the amountof as it also add to the benefits derived

r standing with an enviable increase in all taxes and the workers and their families who are how
years came realize worth while the whole trained 4eadenhp provided. A by having a safe roof over

.. 1; war record. Lance is well qualifiedfor old wage level remaining throughout concerned about their rights and program ia and how.much It means great many...tates. of which Florida the dock of the- cleaning establish

; the Job. the coming year. resp nalbmUe to our future la certainly one, hare had in meat


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DRAFT TRUMAN MEETINGS Wanna Be an Eagle?
While Republicans detachable fIJt
WASHINGTON. The Individual format Quick

,j, >, were literally pounding on helicopter la at hand.
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'.!" ,", the outer gates during the Lflienthal the head -.h.
'. .--,- Slipped on. as it were, over
.' debate. Democratic national com- i. -T.yLd.4 requiring no time to adjust and able forMIl

I $ mitteemen from Pennsylvania and to take you aloft by zipper.
Maryland Delaware- Virginia ---

.'? V ... West Virginia were enjoying a It Is called the HoppI-Copter. It UaJ
unique session with Harry Truman -tutboard-motorizes' you for
really Teaching Tricks rb:
within the White House. .
swallows.It
the barn
7I life among
Spoke up vivacious Mrs. Emma ; --- EVERYONE admires _WM-,
Guffey Miller. Democratic committeewoman Is guaranteed to do for you in pup. Don't postpontl

i from Pennsylvania: THE LIP OUSTED Commissioner the air what an outboard engine teaching your dog appealing tricks-
"Mr. President I have a requestto A. B. Chandler czar of will do for a canoe In the water because you think a special knack!
i make. I want a girl whom you baseball, announced that for the only more so. AD we hope Is thai or skill is required. All you need ls"
know very wen to open the 48 Dem- It-"BE SURE and humor. '
good
letter on patience
i good of baseball Leo Dorocber.: it has big
ocratic convention by singing The
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of has TO CHECK GAS BEFORE S e e
manager Brooklyn Dodgers
Banner.:
Star-Spangled b been suspended for the 1947 sea- STABTE OBD.- Remember that dogs have varrte*/
> Truman grinned happily but _*_ decrees of intelligence, too; don't aback
t son. "Accumulated unpleasant in your pup if be's I aloes to learn. Better Bet i':;'
i while Democratic leaders at cidents" was the reason given. We don't want to get up 1,000 feet begin training before three months in '
tt commitment regarding over the picket fences and discover Then stick to three short training plsi -
t \ Truman and The fueL a day until each trick is mastered.s
that we forgot about Our booklet No. 78 contains 29 1Ih/a..o.:::
Banner. they did come _-- trated lessons on teaching tricks and < -".:
I I the meeting more confident merchandising possibilities dience. Also chapters on diet. groonu-

r political future than at The are big seen In Its use by the house(coin)-for manners"How to lilness.Raise and Send Train II cons T_ IiCf

j since Franklin Roosevelt masses as a substitute for the Doj Weekly Newspaper Service,Ztl WJL
a 1 17th St.. New York 11. N. Y. Print
1t
I years ago.'lbe flivver. No traffic signs, no dead name address booklet title and Ko, ', fck
meeting had been w : ends no hydrants, no "No Parking ItII

t as first In a series In O* THE WALK AT SCHOOL Nonchalant as a deb on Fifth signs. Jnst strap on the one-man M1M1AM1AM1M1 M1M1MM1
kingpins will come to "Mr. Jeffrey" a rooster whose feathered feet give him a I deml two easyto-wear hoppi- op- C

I discuss national affairs facsimile of the Chaplin walk struts down the aisle be- ter. pun the string and Zipped 1 ASK MS 4jf;?, II

II President and top cabinet at Public School 97' Brooklyn while the students look on you are an airborne commuter lI \ a
It also was designed: to and admiration. "Mr. Jeffrey" Is one of the group of furred the equal of the eagle and the superior J ANOTHER ,,

Democrats: for a "Draft tourists making the rounds of schools in the New York of the wild goose the redheaded .. ,! 1
I drive. bee and A General Quiz :
the
i lecturers from son.t woodpecker, busy it
: M1M1M1IV M1M1Ir1 M1
the runaway boxkite. M1M1M1M1M1M1M1 :
ALIENS" WITHIN THE _-- s
t f 'l Congress is preparing Y It may not be long before Little The Questions a

: crackdowns on alien Willie will be equipped with bladesto I
:1: 1. What state founded in 1784]
chiefly those who enter dash to the grocery: for a loaf of lasted only five years? i
United States under bread. Father buttoned up In gadgets '
2. How did the artificial cork
names such as Gerhardt to fly him to the Elks' picnic -
leg get its name? :...
Icr, the alleged Soviet and Mother fanning her way over
who changed his name 10 the housetops toward the fire sale. 3. Who discovered radio waves
while shuttling back and _-- 4. What happens when alo]

between the USA and ENVOY TO IRELAND" GeorgeA. We were about to order one to sets in?

Sooth Dakota's Rep. tzt res. .-Garrett Washington D. C., Investment .day. Two things stopped us.. How 5. What is the standard len
Klondt of the house broker who has been to get a set of spare blades and a of steel railroad rails? -

can activities committee ; named by President Truman as rumor we might have to stop in mid- 6. How many persons are
troducing a bill whereby new U. S. minister to Ireland. He air to have the old ones honed.VERNAL led in Grant's tomb?
e who obtain passports and will succeed David Gray who re .

be fingerprinted. The cently retired. VOID The Answer
prints would be filed

t FBI. and aU visiting r ev,7kC Spring is a sham-a fraud a 1. Franklin (it became a part cfj

would be required to carry mock the state of Tennessee). 'J.
L known
Without that rich brew as
tification cards.
2. A Dr. Cork invented it.
bock!
The house on-American
Heinrich Hertz. .
Giles. 3. -
mitten also will consider Avery 4. You lose your hair (baldness)*"

Ij closed doors another 5. Standard length is 39 feet. -.'
j 1 \ 6a requiring members of the THEY'LL CALL IT WORSE NAMES 6. Two General and Mrs. Grant.12160065Nothing .
munist party to The New York WorldTelegramsports _:

l' wit agents of any foreign staff has been given a two-
ment. year-old race horse and Is lookingfor
.s a name for it. The colt Is b> Dogs I\7'e Munm.o. '

MOSCOW DIARY OF TOMORROW Don't laugh these may be the Impound-Floradora GirL Our first
Jottings from a Moscow that you will be seeing In the near future. The distressing suggestion would be "Flora-Scoop.: "

matic diary: "We have to shown here were concocted of birthday candles balls bed Or how about "Sextette Boy" ot bf.: ::1
ful lest our confidential files and what-have-yon. They were featured in hairstyle show (carrying the sextette motif fur aa

-1 fered. Delegates living at Angeles given for benefit of spastic children. Models left to ther) "Six Star Sporting"? ,
Moscow do not work &, Jean Fag-ano. Dorothy LePIe and Sally Wadsworth. Rear .
work at their embassies. No Bennett and Pride WIlsey. "General Marshall attended the. :-
of kind left in Nutcracker Suite' at the Bolshoi
any are
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rooms when they leave. C. f.

house Smith, home has been of Ambassador turned into \ Probably had---a nice evening trti

fice building. r 1'a' thinking of some of the nuts bewouldn't a

\ > guarding the embassy mind e cricking.e s

i carefuL A ;year ago when '.- MASTERS GOLF WINNER A. LINK WITH HAPPIER DAYS
Byrnes was here you could Jimmy Demaret, 35, OJai, Calif.,
l .. In New York City the police have
and go at Spasso house the former Texan who
crooner been ruthlessly tossing out of win-
This time you show won the 11th masters golf championship
:,'ckv, dows the belongings of two allegedly
Even inside the embassy
for the second, His
time.
eccentric: old who lived aloneIn
: men.
a behind our hands. It's to ,. score for the 72 boles was 281, Fifth avenue and apparently never -
sound-waves and -
', : seven under par. threw Crowds In
anything
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; away.
dictaphones. They .
the streets cheered. It continues to
; when Joe Davies was .
to stir
.. In Moscow he collected a .:...',,, "- one shock clue and to mystify the sad us.performance We find but.. him to life. What can his seems muter expect -
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basket of dictaphones if the Oro-
: every dog Isnt fed right
: Ida1 : an ancient sled found In the litter.
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ing. The servants had put a3k'p Pup Ribbon would give him everyritamin
overnight Could it be that this relic of a happy and mineral dogs are known

j. ,. boyhood this reminder of a sweeter to need.U'.a money-saver,too! Each
Ve" "Russia Impresses one as
i c day in a less cockeyed civilization box suppliea M much food by dry
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:; "::5 try united with a single will. .. was more than a harassed cynical weight as five 1Ib. cans of dog food!
questioning obedience to "" '-'. New York could endure? Oro-Pup also comes In Meal and la
: Pj-actically no black market. ,< % Pcl-Ett for variety feed aU tbne.GROPUP.

'.., uables (aside from United Nations formally took over
{:I ," pars) are quite safe in my Its New York City building site re- V9gs F3tr
\ .,.. hotel room. More I cently. The rough blueprints show, I I

; energy than Intelligence. we understand a doghouse for Gro
4I' maid who putties the cracks myko in the northeast corner.
Aiq'= window lest I freeze Is a 1 i II ,

I' content to putty cracks for _... _. I- The Moscow ballet put on "Ro- ,) R/6a0M allMW ..!-;
f"J' of her days."Here meo and Juliet" for the Big Four.

In the best of the That scene, we hear where Romeo 4 p1

> hotels the mattress would '. : .,.. '. wants to interest Juliet In democracies ---...... .:
grace to a second-class hotel and her relatives come
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..c. through with the veto
/ York. The table lamp can be power was -
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:Y alto off only by pulling the plug .. . terrific. .
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11 wall Toilet facilities remind .

... : a third-rate boarding house. .._._....:.,' -..._. ",. ::...:i'i'2': .' : ., ; ... : ... .: '.' : :: ; ' the critic of these minutiae nn
Yc1 Walter Andisio, known In wartime out UfI do is." sane Elmf Tfllikhll. PE7 LEUM..JILLu.aarrwbw.ewwd
i! Pti; to lose sight of the fact that \ HEN The ggcentriclUes''of Mrs. Babe partisan circles as "Colonel Vale- .. t.od .r..i...
Lt'f has been remade In the last Island Red hen which lays, too lopsided have made
.; many eggs 1'10.Is shown as he told 10.000 There most be millions of American
: tion and that in the next center of controversy at Fresno, Calif. Alex Pretxcr threat Communists how he personally kids growing up with the notion >
P"Q she will be remade again. send Babe to the block. Le&cler.f the pro-Babe faction. executed Benito Mussolini and that the only thing wrong with

"'c. member bow Charles PretseiV daughter Jeanette Bernice .. Clara PetachL Jesse James AtUla the Hun Captain
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laughed at the crudites he
Aa I.'. the United States only a lOde!. Bluebeard, AI Capone and So-Called
Billy the Kid was that they were

generations ago.- always being Impeded by comnieri Kidney Sufferers .q
dais and time signals.
t ts PRAYING Although FOR few legislators SENATORS WATCH OUT !

Mr. TU1 b.U report t tfting tit .
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fares ytsttrdj. It was *c omnU4. lumber,
painful jmmtt*'! tw HCI*
Sat session of the house and ** b* r. twlla *y plumbs mA oJ bladder irritation,newt azt kidaw
: opens with a prayer. b.l*w. Dott't try to traa neb imUUaa nth oUMytolaatOBijr
kldagyt+ p--Bas tk r tMMfi d*
Put: Rev. Peter Marshall h indirectly. Giro yoanaif greater cfcaae to
A normal size airmail stamp has taep covndlr. Ucfcacbea bgaina
lain delivered the gel cow year : <
i i Ti 1. seemed peculiarly been put on sale by Uncle Sam. This baninc fumtfmtraat roonoU :ukFoirjr
(tin-fadabladdcri RBa. NotaiaCeb
i i Pn-!, "0 Thoa who baa the win be great news to most Americana *Uk.them.They stimulate.agyelk aey';
who have been longing EVEN MORE IMPORTANT.t&yV .*.'
: } of eternal life help us to b for a powerful, vale speech." he return of the day when the post office bfedte. Aak dracsut for Foley Pin. CnlM
proper -
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department would deal la badMONfiSsaes moue .DOUBL&
c i "Surrounded a. w. are BRCS.
stamps that took but
city with noble .one man to 12TVWORLD
the plain stirring words
OF TOMORROW
Su' men may we may a
meaa and mean what Ex-Cov. George H Earle of Pennsylvania 80TFJASHEJ ".
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Pr.
i' And may It be worth say?that In the light of th*
atom bomb and the
Yeses "Teach as economy In Russian aggression
that neither wounds there Is not more than an eveq .
chance that 10 per cent of Women ta your' -wt Doe ttta
..YeJl"p ,. .. fends that affords light us-wiU be functional .
period peeW.
alive In five onmlpw
generating heat years. far oil
.:.o- : W.wr '!lot
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UU utterances of which, WONDER OF BILLIARDS Emulating the start made by DE' GAULLE'S COMEBACK Been listening to the Buck Rogers lihnkham's YKarablop'urpo? Then Co -, yd ;g';

we shall be ashamed. 'I1 Hoppe. the original "boy wonder" ., billiards even to the way Gen. Charles de Gaulle spearhead program eh? Ion n 1 :Dtoma. I s.o-
ask In Jesus' name. his cue Jimmy CoUrses Jr.. 8. Flashing L. L. N. Y.. already of the French die-hard spirit when ; 8D : 7.Ptaf bar s com-
.. -; Tbe lengthy debate excellent bollard player and consistently defeats grownups in France was overrun ta U40 shown It now takes 12.000 Chines dollar against Web
lowed made It all too Jimmy secured his early start by expert coaching: of his as be delivered address at Brune- to buy what the American dollar win cIkv.L Th o1ttada

,- no one had listened. who Is a well-known New York billiard player. Jimmy say val France: as part ot his comeback buy. In other words 24.000 of them tans orUttiW w-F

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P/CE On McFarlaae whose father, Richard happened to come to Washington. years of suspense. Surely you can Of By Tba :

disappeared IB World War I, fails and he found me and sent for pare me any more.** Released

I JUST how Important is rhythm in BeBteaaBt.lovo with He Spas tens her Gordon that,her a yeast broth John L""I "If you create suspense for yourself -

**. and tuning Ja sport A short er, Rte. U seeing a divorcee aad sbsgoes gave .you money when I had Dooley. I won't be able to doanything
while back my friend and critic, to camp to rvesU,ate. ale avoids it, Dooley. he said. about it But why create ,
former Gov. James M. Cox of Ohio her hot she later sees him with BaadraCalvert "And borrowed it back again it? Tm assuming that to you I

suggested this subject as a timely aa older hardened ...... when the horses were running at am not your husband any more." lected Lesson_< :

theme. Captain Stacker knows as "Old Cyaalde. Bowie!" she thought bitterly, but "But you are my husband Even Council p of :
teas her he knew her mGOerID&Q'
It was the governor's idea that She feels she knows she did not say It. She said dully tough you choose to masquerade
ago.
;years
rhythm is an important factor not him. spans cans to say goodbye. '"You must have been very sick of and wear a false name though

- only in sport but Later, wane rldlar with Dan Fatter- me. I must have cried too much ou've ignored me for more than
also In every detailof sot a family fried secretly U lovo been frightened too much left alone half our lifetimes, though you knew
IIIraick life. The testimony with her mother Julia she Is thrown there in that cheap little eat It where I was when one word from LESSON
seems to from her horse sad takes to a hospital. was my fault perhaps. I was too you would have ended aU this misery U.20.
That sight Richard returns from the rd had people to of for are
always
young: uncertainty me. you Shan
bear this
Liz g opinion dead to visit Jslia take care of me. I was silly enoughto tin the man I was married to, lowly
out .
completely.We think that aQ women were cared llchard. You're still my children's 29:23.: '

first put the CHAPTER X for when they married; it was quite father. Nothing can change that" i
lag matter up to Eddie a shock when I learned that thatwasn't "You can change it if you like "lie

mac not Dyer the Cardinal Julia ignored the interruption."He always true. X know I must tooley." pared

old. manager also a spent two months trying to find have failed you in a lot of ways. "How can I change it? You mean ord"-

da former football something, some record some grave Richard. I must not have been a I can divorce you? How can I of the .

w. Gov. Cox star. anything that would end our sus strong person then-a strong woman .divorce a man who doesn't exist liven[ in

>bertnt- "BhyUun." Dyer pense. He went through dozens of might have changed you. But How could I explain it to your children The : .
"llIC.11 said, -is hard U explain. Bat it Is hospitals even the insane places; you failed me. too. Richard. You on the ,

- certainly Important. ImportantllatatbaUJust he even went out with crews of men ailed us all!" went
da things.on't ,
u,. "The kids complicate
as Important In base It wasa "Don't blame yourself. Dooley. because
who were opening graves like if
they They might me
78. ball. I would say that It meant the nerve-racking experience for him The whole thing was a mistake I Here
they knew me. Though perhaps
team play between mind and muscle Rich merely happened to realize that be-
for
great
-and not too happy me. ou've already attended to that?"
as far as sport goes. Ton must decisions
'1 think and act In direction. Yea ard. Tve given them a hero for a father
one faU. let influence
"Sorry. He let his gaze "
Julia flamed.
7 cant think one way and act an his clasped hands dangle betweenhis Life
7 other. "You did that for yourself
knees. "I didn't think you'd be decisions
- 11 ;. "Certainly, such ban players as concerned. I thought you'd be relieved Dooley. not tor me. You're a proud destiny'

7-; Musial. Marion. Moore and Slaughter to be rid of me." woman your pride wouldn't let you life to :
7 .. all have rhythm. They have almost keep a man in your life unless he
.... 1 a perfect blend of brain and "Your conscience must have been was heroic. And you don't want of our of :

action-what you might call the more acute than we gave you credit your pretty; picture torn to pieces plest
t There b never for" said his father scornfully."If now by the dismal reality So we
split-second variety.
'at any sign of being Jerky or Jumpy it hadn't been for Julia's declared obstinacy. m take myself off. You wouldn't and The In ; :;;; ;
I'd have had you "
hi what they do. want to shake hands. Father?

rk j '"1 would say the first move must legally dead long ago." John L thrust his hands into his ingly ing for up
-.j! come from a clear untangled Richard laughed a short difficult
; j pockets drawing In his brows. of
; smooth-thinking brain. Then the bark. ""Le any. I am dead. Rich- group
51 "No I wouldn't! You make me Uon-
: ashamed that I am also a McFar tax
ia ,: .once." Not on any record or roster, at lane."
To round out" the advice I least. rye been Roger Mackey for
tb- switched the debate to my friend twenty years now. There was a lot Without a word Richard walked archy

,.\ Frank Crowninshield. a patron of of confusion after the armistice andI out of the house. They heard his power. '

r. ,{ all the arts and of most sports, one happened to come into possession car roar off down the drive. people
;)
John L sank into chair and to their
of course-of a a
of the most direct thinkers I have -accidentally,
better and other papers. It dropped his head into his hands. revolted.L
ever known. Crowninshield is passport some
known. an editor. writer critic suited me not to be Richard Mc Julia went quietly and kissed the A

and collector of art. But for over 50 Farlane any longer. I wanted to thinned spot on the top of his head.
.fa been of the I stayed on in Paris fora She did not speak. David .was
at years, he also has one start over. not the
; keenest of all sporting fans and fol few years and did pretty well-" mourning the unworthiness of Ab. Political '
that in usual?" This from salom and there were no wordsto
lowers. Everything happens "Gambling, as axiom
the world is his stage. John LRichard's touch the dignity of that grief. they

). = mouth lifted in a condescending She went numbly groping for the able
Rhythm in Everything mirthless smile. That stair rail up to her room. dens

t. s "Have you ever thought he smile too. was an aching piece ofJulia's Somehow always she bad of the :

writes me. "that the two prime essentials remembering. known! Always, unaware perhapsat sooner :

in sport are rhythm and "I got along." he said "in various times. she had been waiting for
timing And they belong together.But ways. And then things got rather this feeling the pressure of odd. pened

. they are Just as dominant hi the nasty hi France-there was an that uncertain dread. There was a French

arts poetry: dancing, music, architecture argument about the debts. Americans strange and psychic bond a vibration uprising

,- painting acting and sing weren't popular-so I came that lived on.between two pea can
I didn't know pie who had been married and she men
ing."Absence back to this country.
of rhythm and timing" anything to get into-things were a 'nn'= '" ,, .,, ..... knew now that that quivering tie reason.
be writes, "is Just as fatal In all the little tough here too you remem- :::. Jived on. bridging years and slence. eaieki"f

arts''.. It Is In baseball shooting, ber? So I went back to the army "But Just can't come back binding her to Richard even wise
c bowling fishing, tuning and aU the This fellow-this Maekey. whose yen dead." though the bond was bitter. Eventually before
this from the
, s others. Did you ever watch Bobby papers I had-had a commission. I way it had drawn him back to her set He

Jones? Did yon ever watch a bird got if"renewed. I asked for servicein fore did. I took the best way She had seen the nostalgia hi his brought

dog la the field? Did yea ever read Hawaii and got It. Then' last out of you it. for and for every.bod1' eyes, though he had tried to hid. without
shelters 'Ode to the W stw1n4.' or year they tent me back. I'm at ." you It behind his old. cool arrogance place

eats 'Ode to a Nightingale?' Ridley Field now." And now what What lay ahead* to
They all have the same basic qualities Almost Julia cried out. Ric was "You took a coward's way out What threatened her, her peace of request
said his father. "Now-now that7OU're
fl -perfect rhythm rushed."Nothing harried at Ridley Field. But she caught getting old and life isn't so mind her pride for her children much

nothing herself in time made a little move- : gay and adventurous, as it used to There was Ric. What if Richard
ment toward her father-in-law, begging think should found out about Ric learned wherebe father
be I you
We passed the problem on to P. I suppose you that
card and sport expert. for silence. He caught the come back here and find a wel- was made contact with his sat?
Hal
Syms. he told me. "is the gesture or perhaps he did not remember come? Find things exactly as they And then there was Dave. She knew about
"Rhythm did not connect Ric with ch
** that Dave loved her. with another
stroke. It fa also were before.
basis of golf
l the basis any of winning bridge. It is the any of this. The old forgot easily. Richard flared. His eyes took on tine of love deeper finer no fire IL ;

j foundation of everything you do Richard must not know about Ric. that icy look that Julia re- or passion no young fever but the IS).

well; in sport business art or cards. All their lives she had built their membered. lasting love of a man who would "The

"What Is rhythm It must begin father up to heroic stature for her "Have I said that Have I asked cherish a woman' forever. advis J
made him to Julia flung herself down on the :
of course In the brain. Too mast children a splendor for anything* should
1 set your plans In advance. You admire but knowing an the while "Not yet. But you've made no bed. lent '
mast bo ready for whatever hap. what a false and crumbling foundation decent excuse or explanation ei "Oh. Dave!" her heart cried out people<

pens.There should be no room left she built upon how dangerous ther. You walked out on Julia' and "Now that it's too late. I do love Is to
for was the structure she raised If you! And what am I going to dot" elders.
: la the brain for panic or harry, left her to struggle alone"Not -
evercenfidence or despair."Evoy a fierce wind blew upon it But she alone. John L You've beena Jill 'turned her head on the pfl. at
part of life Is competition must not destroy it now. rock under my feet you've been low eased her body from the crampof

:1 competition against yourself and She must not tear Richard down my strength and courage when I her splinted arm and taped shoul them
your opponent. Bat you mast beset offer that ruin to Richard's son. She faltered!" der.' Note

and ready for whatever hap must not destroy that pictured inheritance "You were aQ I had. Dooley. be "Dootty. you look simply ghastly the

pens. You must never be caught off of gallantry. Ric was Dot said gently, "you: and those kids* !" she said. Tve never seen were
guard. Again I say.this belongs. to strong and courageous like Jill. He They're pretty well grown up black hollows under your eyes be-* denial
had an the weaknesses of the Mc have
the brain. DOW I suppose?" Richard changedthe fore. What's worrying" you besidesme
the mind Farlane men; if he had inheritedany bitter
.It Is from the brain or subject with the facile ease'that ?"
that rhythm starts. If you are prepared strength from her it was latent. had always been his gift "How "Nothing." Julia lied gallantly; by an
here you are then able to it had not begun its growth. Now are they?" "You're enough for one dose. Do I had to
from the brain she could not risk giving him a fa- tie
send your message weQ. She would look so pathetic?' I must need some
and muscles ther who had callously abandonedhim They're very what
to your nerves your vitamins or something. It's missing .
had learned to not teD him anything Not about
When they,respond as they should even before he loth- you so much I guess." lesson
Ric not about Jill's accident
:.
condition father's name.
that
arein good physical speak
If you to know. Jill drew the corners of her mouth m.
'have'what I call rhythm. So she said, rather flatly. "You inIfHe had no right
you at alL "Richard in. "You're a rotten actress Don 1'. 20).
bad rights
Richard? He no
baseball Pearl Harbor.
I still say this applies to golf were at JUTs ley. You're corny as beck and
or football Just as it does to His face changed. twisted. Hieyes is twenty-seven. twenty-six. transparent as cellophane When women

bridge. shifted. .Ye..1 was thereat Richard Offers you hurt inside, it shows through!
and Boxing"I Hickam Field. Now rm at Rid like veins and things under a fluoro-
Bridge ley. But rye worked for what rve No Solution scope. Have you and Dave had a mately

F have had nights at bridge got in the army." "Makes a man feel old. Are they f\.D1U"\ they **

where I saw that I was running on "So," Julia let. her breath out. like you. Dooley?" Richard asked.They're "Of course not silly. I haven't torial : i
a low rhythmic scale. I knew my thankful-oh. so terribly thankful unlike. Butthe7"re seen Dave since that Sunday. And made
coordination was poor. On such that Jill was awayl: "So you are both entirely'McFarlanes." why should we fight?" people
nights. I cut out of the game as Roger Mackey now. But why Richard
Quickly as I could to wait for another -why? AU this talk and I still "Married, either of them" "I don't know any good reason power t
eight." don't understand ItYou must not "No. they're not married." but you are sort of difficult to understand they

"I put the same problem up to have cared about us at att. Youdidn" "At least Tm not a grandfather at times Dooley. You're God. i ,
what he said smiling thinly. "Wen. m so unpredictable. I think I know
Jack Dempsey 1 see you want to see us again your k
mean.* Dempsey said. "But I can'texplain own father-your own children" push along. Due back for reveille what you're thinking' and feeling people !
tomorrow. Have to drive aU night and suddenly I discover I'm an los
-' it We call it reflexes. When "I did think about the kids of the
don't know at an.
you are young you see an opening course" he said "and you too to make it""But and you

and you let fly. Split second. When Dooley. But X hadn't been a very Richard what happensnow hearts
you are older, you see the same successful husband. You were pretty .- ?" Julia cried. "What are you Julia Fails to

opening but you get there too late. well fed up with me when I left." going to do?" Deceive Jill arrival
When I was around 24 years old. He faced her and she felt herself .
my mind and fists worked together. A ThreeWayConversation receding, shrinking as she had always Tm a mystery woman! Him7anenigma. pation : m
But the fewer feelings king s
They were a team. I guess, Maybe done when he looked at her wean
that's what rhythm is. Maybe youmightesu with that cold blue stare."What have now the better off we"1l and

it smooth action betweenthe "J was nineteen years old!" Julia happens now depends on be" Julia was being platitudinous, leader :

mind and the fists-cr whatever protested. "rd loved you and'mar- you Dooley. As for what rm going she knew, and undoubtedly Jill was the
you use in certain games.. ** ried you and then rd been left to do-so far as I know, noth- probing paat .that evasive .defense -
with her dry. shrewd young eyes but It
I cant think of a better description alone for weeks at a time-no tag! :
We're fighting a lot of peoplewho've God (
"But- can't Just come back
of rhythm. Any poet must have knowing where you were even hungry you
done with feeling." Is it
rhythm la his brain and MeL But I I had a baby and then I wa this way from the dead! away
said to recall
Jill mock
"And now a
pats don't have to blend this factor going to have another right away Tve never been dead. I came '
voice; "the gentlemanly ushers which
with physical action. There can be and then It was war. and John L back because suddenly I wanted to lag -3
among you and an the efforts
win
pass :
.. set definition of rhythm as applied got that commission for you because see you bear your voice again. If
ladies win deposit their ballots I In in the
to sport art, business, mule.pMb'7 he thought war was what you you mean shall I go>> back to being .
And
don't and
basket please
the vote
or anything else. needed-that it might quiet that Richard UcFarlane again the answer
In my opinion, rhythm means restlessness In :rou-aDd so you is no. It would be awkwardand for yourselves bright falsetto.chlalshe"Dooley.chirped Prince f
II
a
smoothness of action the team went away. And left me with noth.! embarrassing I'm ,in the In .
won't talk shut op I Don't Insult and
play, the coordination of mind and roil Nothing but this shabby old army. There's war going on TD1It' you my intelligence with that stuff!" and Ye.
muscle where the directing fwt house this mortgaged land-and no over. IT concentrate on that""Richard.

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i THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS 'Friday:May :

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HOW TO RAISE THE TAXESIf I XOTICE TO BOG OWNERSOne CHURCH OF THE 'BRETHRENTO Pride doe not always go befoa-

efu5 CALL A PASTORThe the fall of the man who stepped on
OJ kttrqnbtt hog on my land marked
11*! a community wants to unnecessarily the banana.peeL
Local and PersonalMrs. in one ear; overslope under-
crop
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Increase the taxes on Church of the Brethren
Published every Friday by the half Flenr de Lla. I have been
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n J P Okeechobee News Co. at Olceeehobee, all property owners the process faa dam- the last business meeting decidedto -Love in a eottaPat eighty dollars
() unable to find owner to hog;
( Okeechobee County, Florida. Simple one. Just put some unit call a pastor. a month rent comes pretty
ages to me by this hog now amounts
of government into business and Until one can be permanently located high these days.
Mae Robertson of to $20.00. Owner call to see '
BRYANT BOWDEN .. ._.....Editor of Daytona Rev. F. M. Hollenberg
,I .L rant it tax freedom-in place here
"' Beach is visiting relatives in J. W. Ellerbee and all hog owners
taxed private business.A of Sebring one. time pastor here, The catastrophe recently publicized
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Okeechobee. Mrs. Robertson is the keep your hogs out ofour pasture

r One Year in advance _._ .... J300 very interesting example of aunt of Mrs. E. H. Hunt. except John Norman and R. M. will serve as temporary paster. for Texas City a small town _

Six Month in advance .. 1-0 In Sacra
that is now taking place Dur.rance.-J. W. Ellerbee and just north of Galveston was one of
Three Month in advance .. .. 1.00 : KOTICE
Some time ago
;,. mento. California the most horrible pieces of news
,} Rev. Sam Durrance of Wauchnla Morris Loftln. No Trespassing Notice is hereby given that on

..' Entered as vcond class matter July. Sacramento took over the distribution was a visitor spending a few hours permitted. and after April 15, 1947 I will not carried by newspapers for reus-
of the private electric la
1. 1914. at the Post Office in Okeechobee. facilities here last Friday. be responsible for any debts or ob- and even that was minor comparison
Florida under Act of March company which had served It to what we call do with as
incurred by wife Bernice -
ligations my
8. 1879. well for many years-and which Rep. W. J. Hendry arrived home Church Calendar Royaler. atom bomb.

had carried a large part; of the load from Tallahassee Friday afternoonand Phillips .

.'\_ A NEW TAX PLAN of local taxes. Now according to epent the weekend here with CATHOLIC CHURCH Dated at Okeechobee, Fla. this to fie
no present
1947. There appears
of May,
1st day
assessor-collector: busl- Services each first and third Sun-
the
city his family. He returned to Tallahaute la Vatican City.
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F ',_ : system of taxation U proposed la about a ten per cent boost in city! OF TBZ: BIETRIESParroU
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; a ooutltational! amendment, which tax .....Iment.. The main reason Mary Schulman who U attending Arena r -- --

would abolish ad valorem property boost is that Sacramentois
for the the sessions of the Legislature at ices T. M. HftJUaberr.Temporary .
;-: ,,:. taxes and substitute a tax OB the losing some $6,000,000 in assessed Tallahassee spent Saturday and dr-* fr IN BUYING PROPERTY

', gross revenue derived from prop: values. And the largest partof Sunday here. Vernon Wright, Supt. School

; that lose is represented by the Sunday services;

_::_ erty.Demanding serious consideration electric distribution system which Church school, 10 a. m. OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
Mr. and oIli. Holmes Allen of
'''i' .<-i in this proposal Is the difference : Preaching service, 11 ajn.
the city took over from the private Miami were visitors spending the SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
-::" ,: in the :yield of the present ad val. Preaching service*.7.30 D. m.
last December 31.
: ,, company: week end in Okeechobee. Young People meeting Monday
;r : 3 AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
-. {: orem tax and the proposed per This is but one recent exampleof evenings, 7 p.m. ,
cent tax on revenue from property.
that has in
r'. This U a pertinent question especially all somthing sections of the country.happened The Mable LIngenfetter of Tallahassee Prayer 7:30 meeting O'eloek.METHODIST.Wednesday evenings Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ.

{ "" In the case of large office. the was a visitor spending Saturday -
most glaring examples are
':' i..' buildings and hotels. ,Under the' night and Sunday in Oke.cho- CHURCH
great Federal power projects. L. BARBER Manager
,
bee with Mr.
and Mrs.
:- buildinga' Bryant
: new plan owners of these Rev. W. E. Howell Pastor
These operations, i
are enormous Bowden.
:\ would pay. instead of tax on theirvaluation Clifford Boyles Supt. Sunday School
dollars
8 worth hundrds of millions of
'- 3 per cent of the rents Sunday services:
and if owned by regulated
r; ..'-- ", they collect from offices and private utilities they would pay Mrs. Frank Barber jnd little Sunday school 10 a.m. ".

: ; rooms. This calls for more information daughter left Tuesday night for Preaching service, 11 aan.
gigantic in taxes to all unitsof
; -, 0 than has yet been given on government.sums But most of them Lincoln. Neb. They went to West Young peoples' service, 600. Plumbing and Electrical SuppliesBath

.. the subject. Palm Beach where they took a Preaching service, 7.00
being owned, nota
:' Included in this amendment la a government pay plane for the trip home. Preayer meeting Wednesday: 7:00
Tubs Kitchen Sinks Hot Water Heaters
single solitary dime In taxes -
3 cent retail salesalreadyproposed
on
per p.m.ChoIr
TVA makes "token" payments to 1 5-10-15-30 Gallons Capacity.
practice Saturday
: p.m.
has
: In a bill introduced by Purmel Hargraves returnedto
the states in which it operates, Communion service, first Sundayin
i.. Senator Shands The retail Bales his home here from the Orange 4' Fiber Sewer Pipe, Lighting Fixtures
but these are minltcular comparedto month.
.,1 tax has been for a long time a con General Hospital at Orlando wherehe Deep FreezersEBHER'S
what. a private company of the
'',.. .' :. troversial question in FloridaIt I underwent an operation.S. BAPTIST CHURCH
; same size would pay.
.. is offered at each session of, the I Rev. C. H. Eiland. Pastor
; Here is one reason why the tax
t> Legislature and. so far. has made problem on the state and local as H McDougald returned to his O. L. Raulerson Supt. Sunday School '712 Orange Avenue

L 'J'"" little progress. home here Tuesday afternoon from Sunday services:
well as the national level la as FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
F..':.-;: Contribution to the discussion Daytona Beach where he went to Church school, 10 a.m.
grave as it Is today. When govern
of the pending proposals is this attend the state meeting of Rotary Preaching service, 11 a.m.
ment business surplants private
'
u,' -',.: letter to The Tampa Tribune from Clubs. Training Union, 6:30 p.m.
,
business, every tax payer must
;: Puller Warren of Jacksonville: Preaching service, 7:30 p.m.
help make up the tax loss
The Shands sales* tax bill t The Ladies Aid of the Brethren Prayer meeting Wednesday eve

should not be passed by the Leg o Church announce that the clothingfor ning, 7.30 p.m. ANTHONY GASO and SON

islature.In WHAT THE CONSUMER WANTS relief so generously donatedby

ji the first place, the J60- The National Retail Dry Goods the citizens of this city has been CHURCH OF GOD MASON BUILDERSWe

L 000.000 to 1100,000,000 Senator, Association recently made a surveyof repaired and shipped and the total Rev. William Lyles, Pastor
do all kinds of work. Blocks Bricks
We Sunday school,' 10 a. mason ,
\ Shanda estimates his bill would customer desire* throughout the amount reached 670 pounds. m.

r # raise Is not needed. In the second nation. Among other things it wish to thank all those who cooperated Preaching service 11 ..m, and 7.IS Plastering, Fireplace and Chimneys Built and

i place. It would Impose an found that the public believes that and donated to this worthy p.m. each Sunday. Repaired.NO.

Ve ;4F unbearable burden upon hundreds prices should be lower and quality cause. Young peoples' service Thursday JOB TO BIG OR TOO SMALL

of thousands of Florida should be higher. evening, 7:15 p.m.
Our Prices Are Ground Level
families who can barely make There is nothing surprising in In unity there is strength-and in PRIMITIVE BAPTiST CHURCH

ends meet now. As the Fort- this-all of us would like to get strength we can have strikes and Rev. W. H. Harden Pastor Residence Parrott Avenue Box 715DRESSES

I .'t Myers News-Press says, a sales more for our money. We yearn hold a rip-roaring snorting time at Services every fourth Sunday.
the
tax would "pick the pocket of for a Utopia in which we earn 1947 any time we so desire-mabye

the poor." incomes and buy at a 1935 price Communists can tell you of this.
;
It Is accurately estimated thata level. That idea of course, is beyond -
I II II >
.. sales tax would cost every realization. But both manu I'

family In Florida 1125 a year. facturers and retailers are working ,

Family Incomes can't be stretched harder than most of us realize to-

I that far without causing hunger do something constructive about

and other hardships. the price-quality problem.This .

A recent survey by the Feder. problem has two main '
.
!:\ al Reserve Board showed that phases. First there is that of

In 1945 almost half of America's profits. The "boom and bust"
operators )
want6
/
: @ (
families had less than $2.000 a whose Idea is 4o squeeze

t... I year before paying taxes and out every possible nickle while

this included a combined income
'" thegoing is good are rapidly disappearing
of all members of each family.
due
to consumer resistance -
And two out of three families A
on the one hand and constantly -
took In less than $3,000 a year:
Increasing competition by
In 1945-a record InJjridual
for
year -
reputable concerns on the other : fi9'////////AVJ""u////1'WAl0'A'

j i Income. Thus two- This is especially true in all retail STENOGRAPHERClerical
thirds of all the families of the
't fields now that stocks are building rfWM0tm&0zjm0mMUST
United States took In less than .
up and most scarcities are ending. GOFOR
J25J( a month.
,Ii Second there la worker productivity e ,
Since the cost of food has Typing
which determines the ratioof '
about doubled since 1945. Florida $ '/"/
/'Wff/h/-m ; /- ///////ff/f'W'
j labor cost to the final cost of
families In 1945 have even
any article. Practically aU'pro-

i{t ti ; less 194S.to lire This on being than true.they It had wouldbe In ducers say that It Is far lower thanit And DictationAND A FINAL CLEAN UP WE HAVE PUT ALL e

x was before the war-and even
i callously cruel to siphon 160.- lower than In wartime when speed OUR DRESSES IN ONE GROUP
000,000 a year out of the pocketsof
a the people of Florida with a took precedence over conomy and AND PUT THE PRICE DOWN SO YOU CAN'TAFFORD

sales tax. efficiency. Too many workers in

.1 Both short. Just want more money for TO PASS IT UP.
the
property revenue tax
less production. Thus It Is largelyup

: proposal proposal will and bring the retail forth sales general tax to the, to worker Increase, who output Is also and a consumer so YOUR CHOICE OF ANY DRESS IN THE HOUSE


L'I The dUcussion Legislature and vigorous should be opposition.extremeS help make'' lower prices possible.The BOILER OPERATOR THAT SOLD FROM $7.95 to $19.75 ......,_,
; organ ted I drive by retailersto S4'S5
S utlou., going Into all phasesof
':." bring prices down Is an encouraging 4
the subject, before giving Its
sign. Success will depend ALL PRICES STRICTLY
fi approval to either. CASH. ,
upon full. Intelligent cooperation
'
;; .', -Tampa Tribune. between r
business
,
labor and the
I ?'c ...,'. S --0 consumer.We .
-
? "' IF YOU HAD A FAIRY '

./....; GODMOTHER?. know---0-----what Reynolds means YOM May Write or Call lie EXTRA SPECIAL .


} :? ,: If yon ,had a fairy godmotherin I last when a he lifetime tells -u(we- that also his know pen that will EARL MORRISONAt 81 x 99 FINE WHITE STAR SHEETS

whom you had InPlicit faith to : -
eventually he will teach folks who
make your every wish come true- own planes how the U. S. Sugar Corporation $2:95OT2f"$5QODon't
,
'I to fly around the .
.
Just what would be ,
sY your first wish world Just for a week-end trip.o .
and how many more wishes would I '- Office Phone 184
--
J ----- .
," you" hope to make within the same I Work on the new school bus Forget Mother's Day Sunday, May 11th. '
?
'by
garage and storage quarters for the .

P r .t One little girl wanted to be a I summer months Is progressing In We Have a Full Line of Nylon Hose, Underwear Purses
,
movie
star; a man wanted all the a most '. ,
"
satisfactory manner and Ie!
one hundred bills he could carry; assuming the appearance of a finished Bed Spreads, Etc.
a married lady wanted a permanent
product EARL MORRISONU.
; the aide walls are
wave that would really be perman- up, the
I roofing Ie on. and now the
, ant; a young lad wanted a plane task of r.
pouring
the flooring is
t>Jt all his own and the ability to fly un

It: but out of our entire list w. I derway. When completed this I
large
eve never had a one who thought of I. building Jnst south of the S. Sugar Corp. '
court house
will be used for
something for someone etee-this : mer storage for the school buses aum- TH6 FfllRPHONE\ STOR

::..__ old world is sure getting full of the : and a
lange and all equipment
:. jif' true spirit of greed and selfishness 'i repairing and keeping the buses for In Clewiston Fla. .

What would be the first wfebyon shape will be there. i _

would make? !
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I"i't" 4': Some folks lead a "dog's life"because toddy Some about folks like their midnight Phone 114 !i 33 -'i r

S every thirty minutes ii .
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w they Ilk It that warOIhl'n -. daring the da-aDd their morning iI i .I-. I Yw

\ are forced to and dent like dram I -
Just before bedtime.-But a --'
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of the day.

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Friday 2 1947
May
-
r THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS _

9 .-. ,
The Sarasota $10,600: H'Are'the'
County
In.'gob1.f back to Palestine NOTICE The government, who fought Al NOTICE : FOR SALE-Cabinet atafe; doable

' tarpon tournament will open May now. or are they trying to go Notice is hereby given that a Capone so strenuously should remember Notice is hereby given that a drain
15 and continue to August 1, itw.j back. board hot and cold water
Bill will be introduced the present that it was he who made Bill will be introduced at the 1947 .
officially announced. mixer-faucet; practically new
session of the Florida Legisla- the name of Alcatraz Known all Session of the Florida Legislature '

tore excluding all lands in Okee- First J50 00 takes: it. Phon 154V -
"We
cannot 8ee'the sense in cut; around the world. amending Chapter 21434 Laws of

ting taxes chobee County now embraced withIn Florida Acts of or 3S and,107, "
A. S. Herlong. attorney of Lees- on cigarettes[ beer and 1941 so as to exclude -
the limits of Everglades Drainage It's only the fellow without an
whiskey and certain lands now embraced
.burL has levying new taxes on "
announced that he will
District. income who can evade the Incometax
,be a candidate for to every day necessities.states the within the No-Fence area In
congress succeed -
of today-but to
Joe Melbourne Times in an editorial prove you Okeechobee County Florida.
Hendriclu
of DeLand who Just-Received
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOR have no income Is something dlferent. -
opposing the C. E. DRAWDY ;
has stated that he will not seek proposed 3 per cent TAX DEED .
-reelection. general sales tax. Notlr is hereby ItiO'.. that K. L Chairman Board County I
WORTH the holder of the following CARLOAD-3/3 x r D Grade
Htiflcatca has filed Hid certificates Commissioners.
"
Kiln Dried Pine -V
for a Ux deed to be Issued tbereoa. NOTICE TO APPLY FOR LOCAL Ceiling
NOTICE OF TAX gALB The certificate numbers and Tears of
NOTICE For DeUa ne t ma Everglades .anance. the description of the .r.prtr. LEGISLATIONNotice XOTICK I Joint Pattern. Good for
NOTICE ** beer ; .Sl1**** Di.arld TM OF SPECIAL MASTER'S
e that a But and the a*met IB which It was
will NOTICE la SALE Storm Shutters. Light Awnings -
Introduced ta the present hereby given that all ssessed are as follows:
secedes *f .th. Florida I.rialafnre landa delinquent OB June 1st. 1947 for Certificate No. 73\a. Tear of Issuance Is hereby given that the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES. That
req.lriag t Weetora of Oaeechobee non-payment of Erergladea Drainage 1933 City ot Okeecbobse. Florida will under and by virtue of a decree made and Ce ing.
'oaDty to R@n*1"*' prior to the District Taxes for the year 1W4. or so Description of property: and entered OB floe 28 day of March.
Primary and General Election la 1943." muck thereof aa may be necessary to Lots 11 and 12. Block H. Okeechobee resent to the Florid Legislator, odlcUI 847.. la the Circuit Court of tbe Ninth Price ., 172.00 per thousand
pay the amount -doe. for taxes on said Development Co. SID at its Circuit la and for Okceeboee -
present term, a bill providing
lands for said year together with the Name in which assessed K. L. Worth. Coaaty. WHIDDEN was. ALSO PLENTY
Boom- OF BOARDS
NOTICE costs of sale soecifled AU of said property beinr ID the that twenty-five per cent ot all herein J. X. sAND
OP r
APPLICATION FOB ernUf aald District twillhblaws it clamant and RAFFlE WATTS and
of Florid
County of Okeechobee. State -
hereby&Z DUD coos auction beginning at 12 o clock: monies accruing to Okaachobes B. II. WATTS were defendants. L the FRAMINGSunrise

the Notice holder It of : riven that B Blum on tko 1st day of Jane 1947 at lniesa sack eerttflcau or eertiOcatea County, Florida aa its portion of undersigned Special Master: will offer .
th following certificates the front door of the Count for sale and sea at public auction to
House in hall be redeemed aeeordlni te law.ha .
4 deed kaa ben ..rtltk.tel The eaerttfx: the City of Okeeckobee Florida and property described in such eertlfl- funds to be paid to the several ho highest and beat bidder for cash. Lumber &
to
eats 1.'D114 therooa. continuing until Hid sale la romol. d. ate or certificates will be sold to counties of the state under the U front of th* South door of the Coony -
Bomber aid year of luuance. A complete list of inch delinquent ha highest bidder at the courthouse Courthouse la the town of Okeecho- i Supply Co.
, -' the the description of the property and and is available for public Inspection door oa the first Monday IB the month revisions of Chapter 14832, Lawsof bee. County of Okeechobee. and State
.. fallow aalDee la which It was assessed are daring the Business hoers at the officeof of HIT. mi. which ta tile ach day etMay. Florida Acts of 1931 law of Florida on Monday the 3th day of Phone S6S
: or any A. D. 1947.
tile Tax Collector for tile County of lSr47 the same being a
Rile .
"iSS1' !f*. 23T ,Tear .* lMIU8ce Okeeckobee In the Court House at Dated* this 31st day of Marrh. 1W7 amendatory thereto or supplemental DST of said Court within the FT. PIERCE FLA.
Okeeehebee, Florida and inquiries as (SEAL) Uabel KsaWrson Sheffield legal boar of sale to-wit U o'clock
Certificate N. 1919. Teat' of Issuance to the lands Included la said delinquent Clerk of-3rcBlt Court ofokeeehobee thereto or in lied thereof shall A. M. and 2 clock P. M. an of that

e 1927.Certificate. list, by mall or by telephone or IB Con at T. Florida. be remitted by the proper state officials certain property situate In the Conntv
No. 1963. Tear of Issuance person during business hours. will be By Connie W. Kaalerson. D. C. ot Okeecbobee. State of Florida and
IzaChntnate folly answered by the office of old having custody and control note Particularly described aa follows.
No. 2318. Tear .f Issuance Tax Collector to-wit:
1112t. BESSIE ALDERMAV. Tax (Collector thereof, to the City of Okeechobee From the Northeast Conrer <\E) NOTICEIKoUce

Certificate 1930. No. 1060. Tear of Issuance Okeeebobee County. Florida. Tallabasdee April. Florida 16th. 1947 Florida a municipal corporation ot Section(38)Fear South ft) Township,, of Range Thlrtveight is hereby given that sealed

Certtflleate So. 737ft Tear of Issuance. WOTICE slating under the laws of the Thirty-fire (SS) Eaat. run West proposals will be received by 1

IX THE CIRCriT rorRT IX AND NOTICE I. hereby given that the State of Florida and providing the 2Stt. feet thence South 0 degrees the Board of County Commission- !
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Description of 11 East 1190 feet' thence North
property :
Lots 1 to 8 I DC!. and 13 to 24 Inc. FOR OKEECHOBEE COCNTY. and of the State of Florida. Pursuant manner In which such funds shall 77 degree OS' West 9U-SO feet to era of Okeechobee County. Florida

Block I. Okeeebobee Development FLORIDA.IX CIUNCFRT.UABION to Law. bids will IB offer Tallahassee for aato. for Florida com.petitlTe be budgeted and expended.H. the point of beginning; from' the at the room of said County Com f
Company' Sub Division. point of beginning ma 77degree missioners at the Courthouse In
FITZGERALD .t 11:00 o'clock A. M. )(.Y 20th 1M7,
.
Name In which aaaeaaed B. Blum. Plaintiff for the land la OKEECHOBEE COCN. H. RAULKRSOX W West 42167 feet thence the City of Okeechobee. Florida J
AU .f the Mid being In the South 0 degree 11' 13:3.0
County of Okeeckobee.property State of Flort. EDWARD TT. described aa follows: Mayor City ot Okeechobee feetthence North 74 decrees ST until 10:00 A. M. E.S.T. Monday. !
FITZGERALD. Begin at the >E Corne rot Section
East f > thence North 0 May 50 nn. for Hanger Balld- 9
daUnless Defendant. 5. Township 33 South, Rare U 427.5 such certificate or certificates fin? FOR DIVORCE East degree If West ISI .60 feet to the ing. 60 x 60 with one 60' x 12 i
shall ... redeemed according" to law the point of beginning, containing '
NOTICE TO APPEARTO thence South 0 degrees 10' East NOTICEI. clear opening one piece by-fold
property described-ta inch certificateor Residence Un.knows. 5611.t feet. 1341 acrea. more or less. All l S
Edward Fitzgerald. ,
certlflcatea will be cold to the kick tbenre. South 28 degreea.. 00' East Notice is hereby given that a Section 4. Township as'booth. canopy door said building to be of
eat todlder at the court house door on Ton are hereby required to appearto 798.30 feet Bail will be introduced in the Range 35 East. structural steel of hot"rolled
the nrat Monday IB tile month*! JOB. the Bill of, Complaint filed In the tbenre Sooth 7 degrees' KT ,East.44S.SO ; pres- Together with all Improvementsthereon. tractural shapes. Terms ot perchase
191?. whlek la the 2nd day of June above styled rae.se OB or before Mon.day. feet nt session of the Florida Legtela- .
1942.) the 2nd day of Jane. 1947. tbe tbrare ooh 31 degrees 04' East, together with all and singular the tenements will be cash and delivery
April. ; ture quieting the title *nd canceling hereditaments, and appurtenance be
Dated this 29th day of 1947 ante being a salt for divorce. other 211JO feet Dust made not later than 24
(SEAL) <. wine the allegations .f said bill will tbrnr South 4S degrees 25:>> East all reservations heretofore *. thereunto belonging or la'any- reeks after formal order is given
Mabel Kaalenea Sheffield.Clerk 390.00 feettbrnre wise appartalnlag
of the Circuit Court otOkeeckobee be taken aa confessed by the saiddefendant. Sooth 68 degrees 22" East made on lands within the city T. W. CONELY JrAa the County Commissioners reserve

CountT. Florida It la further ordered that this order 372.9 feet.thence. limits of the city of Okeechobee. Special Master la haiwery the right to reject any or all bids
By ConnieV.. Rsulerson. D. C published once a week for four sue.eeeive South 70 degrees' 43:>> East R. E. HAM RICK. nd to waive informalities.C. .
Okeecholie News 106.8 feet. Florida by the Board of Commissioners Solicitor for ComplainantIN
la the
weeks thence Sooth M decrees 14 West E. DRAWDY.
a newspapr pnbliskd IB old County along north R\V| Line of State of Everglades Drainage Chairman.
and State. Road No 29. 2.M4.30 feet
Drainage District. Board County Commissioners
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Dated at Okeerhobee Florida. this thewe. North 77 degrees 27 West, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
APPLY FOR PASSAGE OF the .*h day of April 1947. 405 feet, THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Okeechobee County Florida.

SPECIAL- LOCAL LEGIS- (SEAL) Mabel lunlernoB Sheffield thence 332.3 feet North, 39 degrees' 55'_West, NOTICE OF FLORIDA IN AND

LATION. Clerk Circuit (four tb........ North 56 degrees 51' West FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN By Connie W. Raulerson. 1>. C. K3.3 fort.thence Notice is hereby given that a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

That at the Session of the Legisla- O. C. Durrance North 0 degrees 02 East, Bill will be introduced in the present IN CHANCERY. TilE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR
OlobFIMidL 4.128 92 feet to
ture of the State of Florida which Solicitor for PlaintiffIS Point of Beginning, containing session of the Florida Legislature SUIT TO QUIET TITLE* CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND ,
convened on April 8. 1947. application 1M: .77 acrea, more or ....L SARAH ,S. SWEATT and FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY ;
will be made for the passageof The Purchaser la required to pay the quieting the title and cancel- A. SWEATT, her husband.
COURT IX AND drertininjc cost ling all reservations heretofore CHANCERY..
THE CIRCriT
special or local legislation the Plaintiffs
THB TRUSTEES OF THE 1ST ERN. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
substance of which is as follows: FOR OKEECHOBEE COCNTY AL IMPROVMENT FUND reserve made on lands within the city

An Act relating to Everglades FLORIDA.IN CnNCEKY.JAMES BY the t IR'c.t".tat: Trunte any and all of blda thelaternal limits of the city of Okeechobee, VB. and N. E. MixON.Case No. 1017
C. WHEELER
Drainage District: providing V. COrSART, HARVEY
Improvement Fund of the Florida by the Trustees of the Plaintiff
for the power of the Board of Plaintiff. State of Florida. MARGIE FITZGERALD.
Commissioners of said District ... MILLARD F. CALDWELL Internal Improvement Fund of the Defendants vtt
MART TTA COUSART.
OoTernor EMMA A. GESSNER and PETER
State of Florida.
.
to redeem tax sale certificateson Defendant8TIT Attest S
lands of said District: exempting FOR DIVORCE F. C. Elliott Secretary ORDER TO APPEAR GESSXER, her husband et al.
such lands from the NOTICE TO APPEARTO Trustee I. I. Fund. THE STATE OF FLORIDA DefendantsORDER
of Mary Etta ConMrt, I NOTICE To Harvey C. Wheeler and Mrs TO APPEAR
operation Chapter
22.079.E 127 W. King Street
Harvey C. Wheeler. It alive. Margie THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943 Wlnona. Minnesota NOTICE NOTICE Is hereby
given
and amendatory Acts until Inn are hereby required to appearto OKEECHOBEB COUNTY. FLORIDA that a Fitzgerald and her husband, if To Emma A. Gessner and Peter

June SO, 1949; providing for the above the styled Bill of cauae.Complaint the same filed being la the a APRIL 13 1SM7 Bill will be Introduced in the present alive and if such persons are Gesener. if alive, and If dead to

sale of county tax certificates nit for divorce oa or before tile 2nd. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that session of the Florida Legislature dead to their unknown heirs devisees their unknown heirs devisees legatees -
of JaD 1947. otherwise tile alte. poranant to SeettoB a of Chapter and or and to the
on lands in said District to tile day cancelling all Everglades legatees or grantees; grantees
18294 Laws of Florida Acts of 1B3T
of said Bill will be takes aaVTftrtVerToTdered .
respective counties In'which rations knows aa the MURPHY ACT and Upursuance Drainage taxes and tax certificates to all persons having or claimIng unknown heirs, devisees legatees
!
such lands are located and the that this order of Chapter 20653. Laws of heretofore issued an interest in the followingdescribed or grantees of F. W. Austin and
retention of such certlfic"'tes"by be published la the Okeechobeo News. Florida. Arts of 1M1. knows as the on lands In Okee- lands situate lying ant' Mrs. F. W. Austin both deceased

said counties until June 30. B and newspaper State once published a week for IB said four,County._L EVERGLADES' ACT the DRAINAOB folbwingdescribedland DISTRICT chobee county, Florida situate lyng and being In the County of Okee- and to all persons having or claim

1949. repealing all.laws in conflict live weeks. situated IB Everglades DratnagoDistrict and being between the Hancock chubee. State of Florida to-wit: ing an interest in the following

herewith. Dated at Okeeckobee Florida. this will: la be Okeechobeo offered for County sate at,pnblle Vlorda. -I Meander Line of Lake Okeechobee Lots 7, 8:9 and 10. Block 1S2. described lands situate, lying and

Dated this April 14, 1947. the SEAL 30th) day of April. 1947. outcry for the highest and beat ask and said Lake Okeechobee. Town of Okeechobee accordingto and being in the County of Okee-
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF ( bid. subject to tile right of the Tr. II Florida
Mabel Banleraon Sheffield. of the Interaal aeea T. W. CONELT. Jr. plat thereof recorded in the chobee. State of to-wlt:
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE Clerk Circuit Court. ImprovementFund 1 Lots 4. 5, and C of Block 175
Lace
D. C. and of the Board of Cemmia public records of St.
District By Connie W. Rsulerson sincere of Erorgladeo Drainage Dlatrict County. Florida. City of Okeechobee. according
By W. D. HILSABECK. G. C. DkrranceOkeechobee to reject and all bids at tbeCourthouse.
Florida any beginning at 1000 NOTICE GREETING: to plat filed in the office of.

Chairman. Solicitor for PlalD tf.IIIII.L.1II141""IIMI"i. clock A.. it on the Itob day of liar Notice is hereby given that a Sarah S. Sweatt and A. Sweatt the Clerk of Circuit Court of
1M7. Aa to an of land St. Luck County. Florida.
parcels
Bill will be introduced her husband having filed in this
of ten acres or more title to onehallof at the 194 GREETING:
:'tIsemnIsntu.awstswssaus.nstNstsseso.s.sa.Notice ._, Court their Bill of Complaint .
petroleum and thre-fortha of Session of the Florida Legislature sworn N. E. Mixon. having filed in this
other mlaera'a will bo reserved lIy In this suit the nature andpnrpoee
Trustees of the Internal Improvement authorising the Board of CountyCommissioners Court his sworn Bill of Complaint
of which is to determinethe
Fnnd Easements for road right of and Clerk of In this suit the nature and purpose -
way 200 feet wldo will be reserved by, Circuit title ot the Plaintiffs to the
I II of which Is to determine the
said Trustees from : Court of Okeechobee
any pared throagh County land hereinabove described to be a
which there la sa existing state Petal title of the Plaintiff to the land
r and easement for drainage and Florida to cancel and destroy all good and sufficient absolute fee hereinabove described to be a
reclamation! and for Bonds simple title to have all claims and
road purposes or other obligations of said good and sufficient absolute fee
I will be I'HCnbF the Board of interests of the Defendants A each
Commissioners of Ererrladeo Drainage County which have been acceptedIn simple title to hare all claims and

! I PARTS FOR if District.Dsseripile. payment of tues of them In and to said land passed interests of the efendants and each

upon and determined to remove of them in and to said land passed
Lets 23: Block 5, Wright First C. E. DRAWDY
I clouds upon the Plaintiffs' title '
Add.Lot upon and determined to remove
f .i EVENRUDEJohnson Chairman Board of County to said land to quiet and confirmthe
13. Block: 233, First Add. to clouds upon the Plaintiff title E
City of Okeechobeo Commissioners.IN Plaintiffs' title thereto and in to said land to quiet and confirm

! I. Outboard Motors Only I Lot 2. Block 1l, South Okeechobeo which Bill of Complaint the Plaintiffs the Plaintiffs title thereto, and in

: Lots 344, Block 178, City *f state that they believe there which But of Complaint the PlaIntiff -

: OPEN FROM 7 P. M. \o 11 P. M! i OkeechobeeTRrSTKES. Or IRK INTER THE COUNTY JUDGE'S are persons interested la the land states that he believes there

NO SUNDAY WORK NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND COURT IN AND FOR herein involved and hereinabove are persons Interested la the land

I': l I IDTHE STATE OF FLOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. described and having named therein herein involved and heretaabov

BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS i FLORIDAIN certain persona. known by described, and having named therein -
All Parts and Labor
RE
I Ii : ESTATE OF :MATTIETTE
OF EVERGLADES: DRAIN name to them the said Plaintiffs, certain persona. known byname
D.
WOLFF. Deceased
CASH ONLY AGE DISTRICT But aa not known by them the to him. the Aid Plaintiff.but .
Babel NOTICE OF
Br RontorsoB RbefHcld. Agi.s ENTRY OF
Average Time For Complete Motor RepairSix I tor Trustees of the later- I ORDER OF ADMINISTRATION said Plaintiffs, whether said per. as not known by him. the amid
I sal improvement Fund and
Plaintiff, whether said persona are
c UNNECESSARY dead alive and as believed
Weeks. iIf for Beard of Commlaaloner sons are or
of Everglades Drainage Dla.trict All persons having claims or demands by them the said Plaintiffs dead or alive and as believed by
Okeechobeo County. him. the said Plaintiff it living
against me estate of Mat-
LaRUE CHANDLER I Fiords tiette D. Wolff. the above-named if living to be Interested in the to be interested la the propertyand

i decedent are hereby notified that property and premises herein Involved premises herein involved and

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO an order of administration unnecessary and hereinabove described hereinabove described and. If

.IF' Repair Shop I'Jj BELL LAND has been entered by the. Honorable and it dead to have been interested lead, to have been interested
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that T. W. Conely Jr. County therein
pursuant to Section 13 (1). ('II.pter206M. therein;
I Laws of Florida. Acts of 1M1. Judge; that the "total cash value And having made all persons

; 1'.Nl'IIII' "'H UN.IIIII.. HI I1n 1 and Section et. Chapter 14717. Law of said estate.is less than 2000. And having made all persons laving or claiming any interest in .
of Florida. Acta of 1931 a* amendedbr 00; that the names and addresses havingar claiming any interest In the above described land parties
Section 11. Chapter 2OS58. Laws o.r of thoe to whom said has the above described land parties mid
Florida. Sets of 1941. and also pursuant estate defendant to the Bill ot Complaint
to Section 42. Chapter 20721 been assigned by such order are as defendant to the said Bill of Complaint : S.

//wMr.wi Laws of Florida. Act of 1941 aa follows: : And having demanded tram

amended by Section 19. Chapter 23179. J. 0. Wolff. Sr. Okeechobee. Fla. And having demanded from,
in
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943. sad the Clerk of Circuit Court and
Horn where I Joc-Marsh\ Section ... Chapter 2O722, Laws ot J. 0. Wolff Jr. Okeechobee. Fla. the Clerk of Circuit Court in and for Okeechobee County Florida '
: sit..6y ): Florida. Act of 1941.: aa amended br Jack D. Wolff. Okeechobee. Fla. for Okeechobee County Florida the making of an order requiring
Section 21. CII.pler:079.: Law or Dated this 23rd day Of April. A. the making of an order requiring
Florida. Arta of 1M:!. the following such persons and parties to appearto
described lands ta Okeechobeo County D. 1947. such persons and parties to appearto hU said Bill of Complaint

We Got to the Fish. Fry Florida Lott1L35..a1t1L121h.to-wlt: : their day said not Bill less of than Complaint twenty- upon a day not less than twenty-

.t' 16. 28. ::. 23. 24. 25. and :88. Block IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S upon a eight days nor more than sixty
:27, Conner Highlands COURT IN AND FOR eight days nor more than sixty days from the date ot the making
,: After All All Blocks I to 4 Inc. Park View RID days from,the date of the making of said order:
: OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
Beg 400 ft. 8 of NE Cor of NEK of said order:
"'-- of SE<4 of NE% MB 8. 100 ft. West FLORIDAIN ORDEREDthat IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat
: e Sbl ft. N. 100 ft. E.: 3C1 f t Sec. 2S RE: ESTATE OF B. R. JER- IT IS. THEREFORE. each and every the Defen-
Twp 37, Ego 39 One acre Deceased each and every the Defendants dante above named, designated
covered 1atfi of iab and a Lot. 9 aad lo Block KM. City of RELL.
Taat CMamulty lib fry wu lag OkeechobeoLot : NOTICE OF ENTRY OF above named designated and specified are hereby required

sir a great ..*.*. Tktrt wen pitcher of cool sparkling beer.Aa4 8 to 18 inc Clock 37. City of ORDER OF ADMINISTRATION and specified are hereby requiredto to appear herein to the Plaintiffs

pUaty ot apa Usi C extras and we Caiahad then off la frost .four Okeechobe UNNECESSARY appear herein to the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein tiled oa

Will.DWJey did a right woaderfaJ own In. cry win for be offered the highest for sal sad st boat Pulls casa owt-W4. All persons having claims or demands Bill of Complaint herein filed on the 30 day of April, A. D. 1847.
D.
A. 1947
a of the Board of against theestate of B. R. the SO day of April, and that this order be published
tile flah-sof! From when I tit that's OM of
Job frrta CammlulOHPIrr Ererglades Dealsage Jerrell. deceased the aboTHl.amtddeeecknt. and that this order be published la the Okeechobee News, & newspaper

ud laky ......-.... sad crisp the thing that aaakas our town District, sad/or Board of Coantj are hereby notified that la the Okeechobee News: a newspaper of general circulation published

are'a'tb ...... so nk a place to lira lat a spirit Commlralonera Florida, to reject of Okeechobeo say and all County bids an order of administration unnecessary of general circulation published In Okeechobee County. Florida

Bat w* didst ret to to. The of than and abate alikiv ,That at the Courthouse. betfaalag at UO has been entered by the la Okeechobee County, Flor once a week for four ..eotaMe1lUTe -
clock A. U. OB the 19th day of May Honorable T. W. Conely. Jr. County Ida. one a week for tour consecutive -
puts of fish and | assCd beer weeks.
missus tirs4 after working 1947 Easement for draDap..4 reclamation
WM
Judge that the total.cash value weeks. WITNESS hand as Clerk and
and my
road will bo
la tin yard and we Jut didn'twant .ren"jut guest atV.. this reserved. parpoaea. of said estate Is tea than $1.000.- WITNESS my hand as Clerk an* the Seal of said Court this 26th

to lean bar. were symbols of tU thoacatfal-; BOARD OF COMMISSIONER 00; that the names and addresses the Seal of said Court this 27th day of March. A. D. 1M7 at Okee-

I Tlei leer lW w. laser tM Ls1wan nun that aakM. to UH t!'',1 OF AGE EVERGLADES.DISTRICT : D&AIV ot those to whom said estate has day ot March A. D 1947. at Okee- chobeo. in the County and State

.ad been assigned by such order are aa ehobee. la the County and State aforesaid.

: M ft**!?. BlMBM flat MM BOARD OF COUNTY COM. follows: aforesaid Mabel Rantersoa Sheffield. -. .

, t i_ didn't fatpet' u&.;TMI 11M lfit. .wi \ ':tJ: 4 ,11t BEE M1SS10VERS COUNTY OF FLORIDA OKEECBO: : LHlte JerrelU. Okeechobee. Florida Mabel Raalenon Sheffield; Clerk. Circuit Court t -

:-- Ilgbt'1 ... v. tws .... By Mabel BMkrr** N. Lois JemU Robinson, Okeechobee. Cterk.ClmaItCourt Okeediaboe .County FUuBy

r c Clerk of. tbo ebb of Florida. Okeechobee County. Fla. Connie W. Baulerson P. C r
Okeocbobeo roost Florid Dated this 24th day of April. A. Circuit Court Seal)
a* agent for said Board ( Circuit Court Seal
IH1.t .p : I By.Connie W. Ranleraoa.Denaty D.. un. T. W. Conch.Jr. T. W. Coneiy..;Jr.

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Kitchen ToweLs With Cute Rabbits

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"Peter Rabbit" figures (Pattern No. 5102) band of Americans against the
fjl HOUSZU0LVMfMOS IzReti&1e4 color chart for embroidering amounts of British during the
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: Save Your Sugar WfU WttUmfttm Bart to. S X r AYzKUas SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK Whenever he was hard
Chicago. IlL pressedor
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Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.No met a force too big for his guerrilla

II Ii For Canning, but Vegetable Platters Congress Seeking to Control band to tackle he would retire
the to
to
Bake Sweets, Too Asparagus.Tomatoes Cauliflower and Corn Judicial, Executive Branches Name some distant swamps point to reappear harass the at

Muffins Ad4r-- enemy once more. That is how he
Toasted
English
Deviled Eggs *THERE is a homely old saying earned the title of "Swamp Fox.**

Molded Grapefruit Salad that will be remembered by Identified .
Cultured Pearls ;;;;;;;
Beverage every reader In the Home Towns of

Strawberry Pie the nation that when Old Dobbin Through Use of XRayOnly
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gets out of hand be has the bit In e
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'Recipe given.
his teeth and the lines under his tail.
And that seems to be the trouble an X-ray can tell a cultured

Plain Cup Cakes. Just now with at least some members pearl from an oriental pearL

(Makes 30)) of the BOth congress Whether Oriental pearls develop naturallyin

2 cups sifted cake flour It'a the Intoxication of newfound oysters in Oriental waters. Cultured -

m teaspoons baking powder power or whether its a new line of 'Rioarr pearls are created by insert
thinking which la Into ing a small mother of pearl beadin To taut your loo.* uppers and lose
U teaspoon salt ,. coming vogue. era comfortably wear an tT+odevery .
H shortening In either event the result la dangerous the oyster. day try dentist's amaatng dye
cup called
ETAZK. No *
K cup granulated sugar to democratic government and ?: 5102SATURDM These pearls are developed in powder eOTcry 8TAZX ta plesssat.tps.s a "Katsr

H cup corn syrup the traditions and Ideologies of the ; oyster beds near: Japan and the paste. Gt Accept Sic no tub aubatttaui at drugpattodayl

1 egg, unbeaten American way of life. So these representatives I South Sea islands. It requires two s.
.7TiiZ +gsllo.ry
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If you need luscious chocolate 9 tablespoons milk of the people conscious to seven years to make a pearL ,

cookie quickly make these which 1 teaspoon vanilla of their power or of their new line .
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l' take BO few minutes to bake and Ji teaspoon lemon extract, of thought are kicking op their heels

frost. Children adore them and your and running In circles Whether they: "
Sift together flour baking powder ek .
them encore. get completely out of hand are r------------------l
guests will give an and saIL Cream shortening and ; or I
reined into the straight road toward CUTE as a button are these

The oldest of our rationed commodities Work sugar In together corn until light and and beat fluffy.until less confusion and more orderly government AS gay Peter Rabbit figures to I YOUR EYES WILL POP \ \ WHEN tOo <,

t Is still with us even though syrup depends upon the man In liven a set of kitchen towels.
the situation has eased to a certain light. Add Vt of flour mixture and the 'drivers seat Mr. John Q. Stitches are simple and can be :

i i extent. The sugar bowl Is. perhaps. blend and in thoroughly.beat Add unbeaten Add Public. quickly embroidered in bright col I YOU SEE THE PLUMP J WSCIOUS ;p; :
egg thoroughly.
still not as full as we would like to ; remaining The, most flagrant evidence of this ors. If you like they'll make _

have it. but we can still manage to flour and milk alternately tendency is manifest In the carrying amusing quilt squares for a child's I
and still beating smooth after each addition. of RAISINS IN 4ffp S IMPROVED >
have our sweets save personal likes and dislikes Into bedspread.
Blend in vanilla and lemon extract.
enough for canning If we are watch- legislation and of attempts to assume -

fuLThe Turn tins into and greased bake and in a floured moderatelyhot muffin ; the powers of the Judicial and RAISIN BRAN FLAKES! I.dfIiI THEIR f t
executive branches of the ,
will still in govern.
youngster come (375-degree) oven for 25 minutes ment. I r Seal Closes Nose I .. :,;r.
into the cookie and
peeking jar we
or until done. Frost as desired. '
still have guests Pernicious Doctrine TENDERNESS IS SEALED IN jJ BY }
who like a bit ofa Sugarless Chocolate Icing.: To prevent water from entering ( .
Certainly no doctrine more pernicious -
sweet as they 2 squares unsweetened chocolate ; their lungs when submerged,

,e C1 spend an eveningoOt 1 can sweetened condensed milk tradition or more or subversive political of principles Amerhcan aquatic mammals such as the seal I A NEW HONEYCOMB COATING! (" 4 :

of conversation 1 tablespoon water beaver and hippopotamus do not .
could be devised than to use the
G or games with us. Dash of salt ap like men hold their breath but '
c For these purposes Ji teaspoon almond extractMeltchocolate sonnel propriation power to rule the per- close their noses by contracting a I (79 f the greatest name in cereals t = .
policies of the executive L
I have se- ringlike muscle that surrounds

lected some recipes in top of double branch. A few instances: Cong. each nostril. L.F ._ _ _.__ _ __ -
boiler. Stir in gradually the condensed Frank B. Keafe of Wisconsin admitted -
which we will all find useful.
milk and cook 5 minutes over a slash in labor departmentfunds
For the cookie fans here are some
r hot water. Stir until smooth. Remove was made because the committee
recipes which are bound to please:
from heat and add water salt didn't like Edgar Warren ,
Molasses Cookies. and almond extract. Cool and frost director of the conciliation service.

(Makes 75) cup cakes. Cong. Eugene Cox of Georgia declared

H cup: shortening Strawberries are here in all their that David LOienthal. even If

!54 cup molasses bright gayety and will add a deli confirmed by the senate as chairmanof

*4 cup brown sugarS cious sweet dessert the Atomic Energy commission.

S cup thick sour milk; to your should be denied office through"cutting -

i 3 cups sifted flour menus for their off funds to his vital agency.

r. U teaspoon salt extremely short The National Labor Relations board
i 2 teaspoons baking soda seasonBecause!! with responsibility of administeringthe

1 teaspoon gingert the berries are so I I Wagner act, was cut "because

teaspoons lemon extract sweet you can they: didn't do anything anyway." 0

1 t Mix shortening which has been take it rather Senators Styles Bridges of New

melted with molasses and sugar easy on the sugar when sweetening Hampshire and Kenneth Wherry of

and stir until smooth. Add sour them. In fact many people find Nebraska Indignantly; and persist

milk then sifted flour with salt soda them so sweet that they use no extra ently Insisted that' the.senate com-

I and ginger. Add lemon extract. Mix sweetening at all mittee on atomic energy refuse to I
until smooth. Chill until firm. Ron confirm LUlenthal and go out and

dough on a lightly floured surface find the best qualified man in the
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to H Inch thickness and cut into assorted country for the Job. Patiently.; Sen $10"
shapes as desired. Place on ator Hlckenlooper of Iowa chair. '

# a greased baking sheet and bake Ina man of tho committee explained to
moderate (350-degree) oven for 8 the two senators that It was not the

a to 10 minutes. Roll thinner if crisper obligation of the committee to

cookies are desired. search for men for the Job.

Chocolate Frosted Cookies. 4 Said Senator Hickenlooper:
f x "Our obligation was to examinethe fb efLw
Makes 3 dozen) p. IHAMP(9JS
i appointments the President bad
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IK cups sifted flour made and sent to the senate. We

IH! teaspoons doubleacUnI'baklnr have no power to appoint. We haveno .

powder power to select We would be
H teaspoon salt.
$ considered offensive If we recommended -
3 Berries like strawberries whichare
unsweetened
squares chocolate
t to the President whom he
4 tablespoons butter naturally sweet need little extra -
should appoint. We are a legislative
Plan to them In
i sugar. serve
cup sugar
body and Us responsibility Is'the
is
1 egg unbeaten pies tarts and as shortcake as oftenas
It
appointing Therefore
H cup milk; possible during their short sea- power.
was oar duty to see whether or not
( 1 son.
teaspoon vanilla
\ the appointees were able whether

Sift flour once add baking powder Strawberry Pie. there was anything; fundamentally
i and salt and sift again. Melt chocolate against them which would mitigate
Prepare 1 baked 9-inch pie shelL
i: i and butter over hot water; add Just before serving wash and hull against proper performance of their e el

f sugar and mix welL Add egg and 1 Quart of fresh strawberries. Sweeten duty and we came to the conclusions
a beat thoroughly.; Add flour and milk the met
that appointees those
lightly to taste and then fold into
I( alternately and mix until smooth. H pint of cream which has been tests. That Is the limit of our re.'
Add vanilla. Drop from teaspoon
on sponsibllity.
whipped. Spread In pie shell and ;
J greased baking sheet and bake in a
serve. Or sweeten berries to taste
Court
moderate (350-degree) oven for 7 Reverting
and fill baked pie shell. Top with I
) minutes. When cold spread with In the portal-to-portal pay argu-
whipped which has been
fudge frosting and place a half pecan cream garnished ments on the floors of the house and
with whole berries.
J' in the center of each. senate the charge frequently was
Winter pears make tasty pies for made that the bill as written went
: Quick
i : Fudge Frosting.
,. Jaded spring appetites. For some far and beyond curing the rash of
3 squares unsweetened chocolates thing a little different, try this such suits and set out definitely to
s tablespoons butter French Pear .
pie.French
reverse rulings of the Supreme
12 marshmallows cut In pieces Pear Pie. court.
W water
cup
? 6 cups sliced fresh winter pearl Sen. Claude Pepper of Florida
Dash of salt .r
2 tablespoons lemon Juice charged: "The due process clauseIn
2 cups sifted confectioners' sugar in design! New in mite-
H
cup: corn syrup the United States Constitution is NEW
54 1Hi 1 teaspoon vanilla H cup sugar not for Interpretation by congress.We New in performance! Up

} J Place chocolate butter marsh- H teaspoon ginger leave that to the courts matters to 55% !
y ) mallows water and salt in sauce 2 tablespoons flour of contract interpretation and stronger The new Boron

I pan. Heat over One 9-inch unbaked pastry shell of statutory Interpretation must be Cord Softi-Sared Body gives extra

11 low flame until g i Select left to the courts of this land. Sorely protection
t chocolate and"\ .. pears which are firm! but against blowouts. Up to
d =' not hard. Peel. core slice. Mix with ; congress is not going to constitute 60% more non-skid angles
marshmallowaarc Up to
lemon Juice corn Itself a court of appeals to reverse
syrup sugar ginget
-:: are melted and / 32%
and flour. Place in pastry-lined every decision of the. United States longer' mileage The Wider.
; mixture Is smooth I pie plate. Supreme court which it does not I flatter tread
and well blended. assures extra protection
like!
i Remove from fire and add remainIng Topping. against
weather
H cup shortening So If these tendencies apparent In and wear. The

G .;. Ingredients. Beat until of right H cap brown sugar congress today persist, congress will new Firestone De Luxe Champion
consistency to spread. Use on chocolate 1 have annulled the separation of 1w '
cup flour is the safest-
frosted cookies or to cover longest wearing tire
which the framers of the
Cream powers
top and sides of two eight-inch lay- together shortening andsugar. ever build
And it is the
cakes. Mix in flour. Spread over Constitution deemed essential to the only tire

er pears In pie shell. Bake at 375 degrees maintenance of American freedom. that is safety-proved en the speedway -'
With Just H cup of sugar and the for 43 minutes, or until pearsare and the legislative branch of the government for
>. E,: use of a sugar substitute you can tender and topping Is brown. will have assumed com your protection on the

satisfy the sweet tooth with no less Eight servings. Serve warm or cold. plete control of the executive and highway!
g than 30 delectable cup cakes: Judicial branches.If .
Released by Western Newspaper Cnk .
; r congress can use this power to

4 : LYNX SAYS: Make pastry ahead of time and oust the director of the conciliation

i' Try Pleasing Variety allow to chill before adding the wa- service It can do so to oust the BUY 0N

i ter if you like the crust flaky. President; if it can deny .confirmation -
la Everyday Foods
i For cream pies be certain the filling of presidential appointments for
i 1. A dash of lemon Juice is good for as well as the pastry shell laj personal reasons and search the 4TRADEIN FIRfSTONEEASY

it. bringing out the full flavor of almost j thoroughly; cooled before putting the country for others, it has annulled e-
(:
.. ,-'. any kind of fruit or berry pie. two together. the appointive power of the President ALLOWANCE

.--f When you want a combination When you make an attractive red : U it can overrule the decisions SUfeET

fruit pie. try one of these pairs: 'berry pie. always use a lattice crust of the United States Supreme court FOR YOUR j IRES !

f pineapple and raisin pineapple and 10 that the beauty of the berries can then the sanctity; the courts has .. :

i cherry cranberry and pineapple be seen immediately.; : been abrogated. Or U a sweeping .z

I apple and pear apple and cranberry If ;you do not want a top crust or decision of the Supreme court Interposed *

1 apricot and pineapple, apple and | crumble topping make a lattice top a Judicial prohibition congress
i raspberry. or strawberry and rhu out of the scraps of pastry. This might set it aside by withholding SEE rOUR NEARBY FIRESTONE DEALER STQRE QR fR|

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t AT FLYING FOR AN U DO you err PEf CANARY !!

MODEL PLANE| HOUR NOW 7V IT BEOOIE DOWN?

.F up suede'bats. bags etc., Umbrellas folded op when damp: .
before putting them away.Remove are likely to mildew. The next time
grease stains by sponging with a you come in out of the rain leave
cloth dipped in vinegar. When dry your umbrella open while it dries.
restore nap by brushing with a Then put it away in a cool, dry
stiff-bristled. brush. place. It will last longer and nol ,
-.- leak through when you need it. i ie
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/ Clothes closet shelves look very '
smart when painted one color witha To rIDe in the proper manner
I line of enamel in a contrastingcolor wood surfaces must be completely
I I dry free of moisture oil, or paint.
run along the edge. For example -.-
a shelf with a fuchsia
Arthur Pointer gray
JITTER By color edge. After washing jersey garments,
-.- roll them in a towel and knead out
Place a shoe-box cover in the the moisture. Put on Banger only
when damp to avoid stretching the
bottom of your paper or corded
irI11, shopping bag. This gives a solid garment beyond-.its-size.
foundation to stand on counter or
floor and prevents liquids from To discourage mildew growth on
floors and woodwork wipe them
trickling out_of tipping containers.
-.- with a damp cloth dipped in water
and a little kerosene.An .
i ic When you clean the refrigerator -e-
use*a solution of baking soda and dish is
i ordinary mop veryhandy
aK water. Put one teaspoon of sodato in dusting the coil bed
::: iTHEREY = a quart of water. The soda springs when doing your springhouse
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refrigerator sweet. ,
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REG'LAR FELLERS Gene Byrne dow shade roller is to insert the
flattened end in a keyhole so that
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both bands will be left free to grip
VOULO /ONfrYtSCT "" the roller and turn it until it has
YOU UKB ANICECREAM AM ICE-CREAM oMe NICKEbZOoue. TODAY reached the desired tightness.
CONS, WW. STORE / NOT A1'D
ZOOUEf PINHEAD.t'D PlNHBXD. /THERE UKE AconaToe Is
1.O'4E.IT ZOOUB/ Edison InventedTaJking
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A don developed by Thomas A.
Edison aboutlSSS believed to be
1HPI his least-known invention and the CALOXfor
only toy of its kind that ever actu- change to

ally talked, having a small phonograph tottte
fib mechanism in its body that the eect

enabled it to recite a dozen nurs on:your smile

VIRGIL By Len Klein ery rhymes,says Collier's. After fffififnt Colo*warla tw.tMrrtt
making a few hundred, Edison
1 Help Know*61as..1>>dq oat
learned that another held
A company all the Mtttal hue of
SOUD 60L0ITU5EDT0 AMIPRZINC t you
GEE.N TU E ISTNATOF A the right to manufacture phonograph -
BEt R5 NW1 1D1u2 toys and therefore he 2 A pedal Intredieoc la Cabs
6iLWDFAINR AUTtF4 stopped production and had most which eocooractt""allDAicd'eca rttir mam oa*gons...
of the dolls destroyed.Of aaak*
.roar.Tooae rsmden.wukCaka
1By the several he saved and presented i
= a "to friends only two are M.J. it J..rrr Ald.w L swLy
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, May_ : 1941

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d "'Women' Society of The wise ones tell us that politics j ---..-.
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will ruin the country-but they Advertise inTIie'Okt tllle: .
L\ Christian Serviced do not say which country. .. I

Met TuesdayWhen 'ft t

H negro school recently destroyed by ,
the Women Society off '
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Christian Service met Tuesday afternoon fire --- i

;", Mrs. J. M. Roe from the The social hour which concludedthe I c-"" "> ". ,I" \ I kf1' { :

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Wesleyan Service Guild, was in afternoon. was made most enjoyable <" ,
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I j charge of the program. She used by Mrs. Melba Louthan, I .. '",",;..- ; d. -; T ';' i I
verses from the 25th chapter ofr :.<11t! "/ .
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chairman of the Wesleyan Guild' ,
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; Matthew as a devotional and her _. .. .' :" )if -- .
h3 j : program topic was "One Hundred and a committee from her go oup. i' o ,, ,-..,':"'" ; > ;'What' on ray mind today? The same thing that' probably.

f Years of Methodism in China." Present were: )Ir&. W. A. Lawson -;,, on every housewife's...spring cleaning! But I'm not going >
to let it get me down and I hope you wont let it get you
1 r Mrs Roe interestingly depleted Mrs. athan Zelmenovitz, Mrs. j St. i" ,. _. down either. That's why I want to share eome of my'. petlaborsaving -

the trials and triumphs of the H. H. Raulerson Mrs. Roy Drau- : _1i : .. .'.; .ideas with you. Try them and see if they doat ct
r church through a century of effort : t ..< make it easy to take it eaiyt :
ghon Mrs. J. A. McNelll. Mrs. W _
and presented a view of the present R. Howell Mrs. P. P. Evans, Mrs.C. .I "C MANS fOR nil MIST sulphate which you taD ps at the C

t status of Christian work in H. Parkerson Mrs. D. R. Mc- ; ; tt [ s..i: Whea I'm up to ray tan la paOa 4ni"awn.To protect. fiooxs from farnltwt : t.
China. ; } : ., I who int these
: Neill. Mrs. Catherine KohL Mrs.1 __ dayst1 (as marks and scratches, wax rockers .
icsslon it ) 'm mart thanenv
During the business .rnUh1. and feet of chalrrand tables when t
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V V seemed a coincident that '[r.. R. Mrs. Melba Louthan Mrs. J. M. L.t. .f Into lh* *titer l thi. ear fell aJ p at PAGE BEANS. T&yTti simply you To wax make your floors.home 'come 1:

t \ E. Link. chairman! of Christian. Roe, Mrs. J. H. McCranie. Mrs. the Lai road a eOlleret. eulrer,. 0.. was /rU1 J.hre. k e inranjuredt delicious. just. the clean" from your attic to cellar, ret t
Social Relations should have announced year. in Florida 918 cars ran 0// '** roadway injuringW way they come BRIGHT SAIL cleaning aids at t
Mrs. Lewis Dreese _
Clifford Boyles persons tiling JZa. oat of the ..
a that a fund for China Relief National Conjuration Bureau tafelr .of can. your A&P. Every one of these 1f
ialists
t was being sponsored by her MJS. Jack Elledge, Mrs. F. W. Zan- inch accidents.advise period inspection 0/ lights and *,.**. 'i prevent and extra-tasty fine products does such a.thorough ;
I der Mrs. DV.. Cassel and guests, fixed: like this: job that no homemaker should be .
t department. An offering was also Fill a casserole
without
Miss Anna Wells Mrs. Myrtle Rich- them.
benefit of the local j with 3 1-lb. cans
taken for the
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tomato for
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sauce (enough
E. Link. ,. a cup of tea do wonders
i generous serving) ; top with for when i
you you're weary! It
slices of ham and then
or bacon
ADSFOR does for me... when it's
CLASSIFIED bake especially
for 30 minutes in a moderateoven ,
350P. fun of really'invigorating flavor. f fWks I
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why I always use OUR i

HOUR CUANJMC HINTS ..MAYFAIR NECTAR 1 I
SALE-U43 Ford Jeep-
,5':1L To remove watermarks from a TEAS from the
new engine excellent condition r 'QCs waxed finish,take off old wax with A&P. They're all < 1
; "'" -$700.00; Terms. See- 1 { liquid wax; apply a fresh coat. Flavor-Tested so ;
l Charles Hargraves. To mildew-proof awnings and no. matter which,
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\ shower curtains soak them in very you choose you ,
4 soapy water and. without rinsing ran be sure you're hitching your f.tea.
i -i:. LOST OR STOLEN Solid plywood dip them in a solution of copper 4I .wagoD to a star, ,.
V skiff painted dark gray-14ft. la these pictures, Miss Natalie
t : shelf In bow with 1% in. pipe IK. Fitch, professor of home eco
jam-nut inside and outside of inomics at Columbia University,
j New York City, shows women the
:. boat, put together with screwsno
t ., opportunities for saving fat. In the s
i s'I nails nail holes in tail {
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> board. $10 reward Notify W. beef. r BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL

!It ; II. Harden sr; or C. E. Harden, Grease from the roasting pan : F ,

1 1 at fUhhouse on xiver. and the fat that solidifies on. top ,. ,
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DIRECTOR
AUTO FOR SALE OX EASY PAY are cooked, go Into the containerof I
1\IESTS-Sman down payment fat that can be re-rued In other
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\i. and thirteen months in which to cooking. Eventually however, this .

I: pay for one of the best used cars! fat becomes rancid and smelly and P i
i ,; is added to the used fat can. Scraps #!
one the road; plenty power also : 1
( from the dinner plates go directly x :
'"' with overhead drive BRING YOUR BURGESS
!' plenty speed into the used fat can. to be melted
\\1! and this car will not nickle and down. and turned over to the meat

1 "' dime you to death; it's a club dealer. YV \ '- P'' : Printing Needs

t l coupe in the high priced<< group Used Fat Worth More __ Supply Co.FEDCRMNHAY !
t tI tI tJ tl
l A. Wilson at the .
but. see S. Most meat dealers pay substantially
r \\t I Okeechobee News office and let more these days for used TOOkeechobee

L I' -:. him tell you about it. cooking fat up to 18 cents a poundin at "aaA 'aTVfORLV [ y
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:.; some sections of the country.So .
r When a man starts worrying with meat more plentiful, and News
tV1 fat salvage more lucrative, women BABY CHICKS tI
F. } about the future-that' a sign he I
\ have reason to increase their
3 is trying to forget the past. every Tues.
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l salvage of used cooking fat. I
It '- Supplies of Industrial fats and oils
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{ \r V country as much as the last one- they were during any of the war v t
'- '.J ,.e arc wh1Dti'ed: before 'We 1J1art.If' I yean. Used cooklng'tit Is the only .JAMES' r
possible source of Increase, says Typewriter & Supply -1
t ::} the Department ot Agriculture, In U S Tires I
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} If', r When politics ascend to the altar pointing out that soap, electrical n"'O SALES SERVICE SUPPLIES Psreil Predicts

; ,- -> and take Its stand with the school appliances tires, automobiles, Miss Natalie K. Fitch professor of home economics at Columbia Typewriter Adding and For Part*- .
,paint paper, fabrics and other essential University New York City, demonstrates on a standing rib roast of Jfacftinet
t' ; board and faculty-its high time to products need Industrial fats beef the opportunities for salvaging used cooking fat. Here, she pours Calculating Service M

: discard: everything but polities. in. their manufacture. excess fat into the reuse contains before making gravy. CASH REGISTERS FOR SALE SEE
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1 I container of fats to be melted down and turned over water, simmer several hours to make soup stock. I ,
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Paul D. Bobbins Owner & MACHINE SER. '

1 : Here's a real time) savor. Wrecker Service DODGE a PLTHOtrrH

g Whenever your car Sales A Service ,
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needs a lubrication, an UMtWndllr Sevrltt j
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s !' oil change, tire or battery o. "9 i V .thY( LEE TIRES Day Pia. 52 Nigh .....n H'UI

; = service, |lust give us a call. GAS GREASING D..lo Tina ft Tabs

Well com over for your ( TWIN. OAKS eeL Electric AppUaaceeSteves 1
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car .do the lob and All Night CafeOJtEECDQBEE. ,; Jtcfrlcttater* Water j

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PAUL ROBBINS ;
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Distributor of Miss Fitch reminds women'to storf -3 ALTO'S "
4jSf ..... all fata In the refrigerator. Clears ,NextDoer Te AH Night .
ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and fresh fat is re-used In cooking thl : :HottL
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1 ATLANTIC, .PETROLEUM .. strong-flavoredfat Is turned evti d.EUtloi .
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