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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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Okeechobee, Florida, Friday; May 16 1947

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Honor Students And D. A. Award LAST INSTALLMENT OF TEX The Band Parade Was As

FROM TEACHERS SALARY Scheduled Except Legislature Puts Over Bill Exempting !


Winners of The Okeechobee High FUND PAID YESTERDAYThe For The Rain Commercial Fishing In The Lake 1

last installment of a series ,
School Other Graduates Named of ten payments from the State The rain and gloom of last Friday -

Teachers Salary Fund was made to could not dispell the high spirits Frees Lake of Late Restrictitxt : 1

I the county.Thursday, May 15. and pride of the members of the

: yi According to figures released by High School Band and its director, I ;
i Superintendent of Public Instruction M. O. Kent. TALLAHASSEE. May 14 The i
Colin English total paymentto For months, those students had C. Beauchamp, Well legislature completed action Wednesday ;

4'Y the C7 counties from the fund worked for their new uniforms I Known Here, Dies on the bill exempting com ;

for this months amounts to $1,759 .I then after the order was placed for !' In Tampa mercial fishermen from penalties -
t 24463 them anxious weeks of waiting for netting in Lake 6keechobee and

y English said that Okeechobee I passed before complete delivery C. R Beauchamp passed away at the St. Johns River and sent it to

County would receive $4,100.35 as [was made. But at last, the final the Tampa Municipal Hospital Saturday .I the Governor for his approval

final payment, $3, O.8C of whichis garment arrived and needless to morning following a'short Final legislative approval of the I
? ry for instructional salaries and say that on that day, the bandsters illness. He was 66 years old. He measure was given by the house la ,
$897.49 for transportation could find little room in their mind was a former resident of Okeecho a 57-19 vote. That action came

3 The total amount of State aid for reading writing and arith bee and moved from here to Tampa hortly after the senate shied away
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from the Teachers Salary Fund for metic. with his family several years ago from a motion to recall the bill -

: '; <; the fiscal year 1946-47 amounted to They had promised the townspeople where he had made his borne since from the house after passing It

,; i'J t $$17.780,029 for the entire State a parade: through town Funeral services were conducted Tuesday.
tJ; f" 1'>:<'(" """ "" ,""""'i. ; U.Ooo.n'.u of which went for instructional when their uniform arrived. so Monday afternoon at four o'clock Supporters of the no-penalty bill

f'" ..... salaries and $1.779,050.- last Friday they emerged in all and the body was laid to rest in 'contended during legislative debateit
: 05 for transportation. their glory brilliant red with the Myrtle Hill Cemetery there would enable hundreds of com
:" contracting white and touch of blue mercial fishermen to return I
\ English reported that Okeecho to
; ;
: : bee County received a total of $41- made a beautiful colorful picture their fishing Jobs after a game and r

'' : { \ :; 003.95 from this fund for the year: marching with the pride of veter Telephone Dispute fresh water fishing ruling had
: ; (teachers salaries $32,02905 and ans. The rain dampened the uniforms closed the lake and river waters to
transportation. $8,97490). and pretty curls of the girls Commercial fishing last Oct. 1.
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EI-FHIA HARDEN The amount received by the coun- but not their enthusiasm. Here Was Settled Opponents of the measure argued

#| ty was based on $995 per inStruction When the entire band appearedat hat sports fishing would be harmed

unit. Money from this fund night in the auditorium for the Without StrikeFrom by reopening the waters to com
concert, each member seemed to '
could be mercial fishermen.
I only used to pay teachers
salaries and the cost of transporta have gone to the cleaners for there Director' Ben C. Morgan of the
was no trace of the afternoon wrin ( The Ft. Myers News-Press) tate game and fresh water fish

tion.The State Teachers Salary Fund kles and mud splashes if possible In a surprise agreement reached commission predicted passage of

was created in 1931. they looked even prettier. less than seven hours before the the bill will result in "deluge"."
A well deserved round of applause I date set for a strike rote, membersof >f similar bills affecting other

was given Mr. Kent, at his the Florida Independent Telephone areas.
ERNEST ABOARD BOYETTS.USS SERVING appearance on the stage In his all- Workers union Wednesday, Morgan said one each local bill I

j AN OKEECHOBEE WRIGHT IS white uniform, because he has May 7. adopted a contract with the Designed to open South lake In

BOY spent long tedious hours, not only Inter-County Telephone and Telegraph Brevard County to netting alreadyhas I

Ernest E. Boyette; 18, seaman in teaching the students, the majority company. calling for a five been Introduced in the house
second class USV. son of Benjamin of whom had never read cents an hour general increase He said be feared "many, many ,
musts> before but in planning and improved vacation more would follow.
E. Boyette of Okeechobee. Fla.. II treatment and i
serving aboard the USS Wright ; preparing the concerts which have what union officials described as "Passage of the bill today has
1 the Davy's newest aircraft supplied the funds with which the "very liberal sick benefit provisions. left the way wide open for a
carrier
uniforms were purchased. The Toluntary'donations .' stream of similar bills applying to
which is
acting as a training ship
for Naval aviators at the Naval Air Friday night amounted The wage Increase amounts to every lake and river in Florida.
| Training Base Pensacola Fla. to $175. which cleared the $2 a week above the present progressive "Commercial interests will figure -

Commissioned Feb. 9, 1947. the band of all debt and left a slight scale plus premiums in if such a law is applicable to

Wright replaced her actor chin the Ilc'to balance which can be used for mu- some cases. The union had originally Lake Okeechobee it's applicable to
USS Slap n. for- this"-duty:-'''' --- begin next years work. asked a $1! weekly increase !any other body of water la the

r MILDRED rUELFB Anyone who attended that concert a union ehop and a pension plan In state."

Mildred Phelps URGEp TO VACCINATE' will agree that Okeechobee has addition to the benefits finally decided Such a procession of legislations.'
daughter a band which is about to take its
be warned could conceivably leave
AGAINST SMALLPOX aeon.Company
Nora- Phelps. ,batwep.t* :.t,Dr, Wilson T. Sowder..State placft; In. line with other: bands In officials declared that Florida, with a "bo k of conservation
the
winner f the D. A.; R.: I
in Health Officer, this week urged all the state.he Improvement in becaw: t$ wagejncreasea'granted -law* and no place to enforce _. y
citizenship from the ** *
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their playing within the &*
past
year them. jr&
Class of 1947 Okeecho Floridans and visitors to the State to the contract plus those given ID %
is almost "
School '- who have not been vaccinated unbelievable the 1945 and 1344 contracts the 'OOURT.RULI, : -

D. A. R. award Is presented against smallpox in the past five firm would have to seek rate in- Passage of the bill came on the

Daughters of the American years to do so at once. And. child- Electrify West creases. They said requests for increases heels of a supreme court ruling
had already been which said the game and fish com*
to the best citizen of ren one year of age and older proposed
should be' immunized by the company. mission acted within its power in
against the
class throughout the Portion of Fort
States. They are chosen disease immediately. The settlement of the wage dis closing the lake and the St. Johns

His request came as the resultof pute came on amicable terms after river north Volusia bar to commercial -
dependability, leadership
fa reported outbreaks of the dis- Pierce at Once"Electric 30 days or more of intermittent fishing.

representative from each ease in several northern states and talks and three days and nights of Rep. W. J Hendry of Okeechobee
concentrated effort. Had the strike County maintained the constitution
j' be chosen later. The more recently In South Carolina.
will receive a free trip to Florida's State Board of Health service will be speededto occurred it would have affected gives the legislature the power to
D. C. In anticipation of the heavy demandfor a large rural area west of Fort service In Lee Hendry Collier, scf penalties for:game and fish and
t:1 smallpox vaccine has been try- Pierce as a result of a cooperative Glades. Hardee Charlotte DeS to. it lawmakers can establish penalties -

Defeat Canal Ing for some time to replenish Its arrangement between the City of Okeechobee. and Highlands counties It also can remove them. ;
depleted stock. Several shipments Fort Pierce and Florida Power aLight and parts of Polk Palm Beach Hendry said the bill if it becomes J
in a Red Hot of vaccine! have already come in Company under which the and St. Lncie counties. The area a law would not affect present 'f
I Game and more Is expected making it company is purchasing approxi has not been affected by the nation regulations prohibiting" com J

possible now to meet the demandS.Dr. !mately eight miles of electric lines wide strike nor has a strike ever mercial fishermen from catching ;
local Soft Ball team came Sowder pointed out that although from the city. occurred here.Officials black bass.Another. :
to top Canal Point in the residents of Florida are "Under this( arrangement the taking part in the set bit of activity on fishing i

J played game by a score of not required by law to be vaccinated company has Just completed five tlement talks for the company were bills came when the senate came
Thomas pitching for the the State Board of Health miles of line on Orange avenue H. B. Crandell. president, J F. and fisheries committee voted out
struck out seven men. while has always stressed and maintained running west from Kings Highway, Hoses general manager and Law two hoUJ e.approYed bills providing

:: tap Canal Point whip- a program of immunization against which connects the newly acquired rence Finney assistant general for statewide closed seasons on
Thomas in addition ''to the disease particularly for child line with Its system. This new line manager. Those working for the mullet and salt water trout.

a bang up game helped ren. also makes service immediately union were C. V. Wingo of Tampa, Under provisions of one bill the

;. : own ball game by hitting Vaccination is vitally importantfor available to about twenty five rural union president J J. Stevens local mullet closed reason would ran

; : "{ i runs on two doubles. there is no known drug that customers Thirty one customers president, and R. R. Duperrouiel from Dec. 10 to Jan. 20. The senate

in the city league have will cure smallpox once it develops formerly served by the Ft. Pierce chairman of the local bargaining committee changed the house d J

; the season with what but vaccination will prevent the electric plant are being changed committee. bill closing the trout' .season from
: to be a close race through disease. over to Company service. May 20 to June 20 to April 15 to
f .I "An additional eight miles of rural May 15.

? line will also be built by the WINNIE RUTH JUDD AGAIN i
League Standing Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harmon of ESCAPES FROM ASYLUM AND WELFARE MEETING
Company M soon as materials become ,
Gaffney S. c.. will leave tomorrowto -
;': Rotary won 3 Lost 1 available. This will be an AGAIN IS APPREHENDEDIt .
return to their home after spend A group from Okeechobee attended
Legion won 2 Lost 2
0 extension <<)f the line required from
ing this week here at the home of the meeting of the Citizens Committee
; Lions won Z Lost 2 the city. It will make electricity has been a long time since
; Ford won 1 Lost 3 Mr And Mrs. Z. K. Harmon. i available to about twenty rural Winnie Ruth Judd the wife of a of Social Welfare at its regional
conference held la the Wom-
|I customers in the Orange avenue well to do physician murdered two
ans Club at West Palm Beach. Mon
F Bryant Bowden returned to Mrs. S. S. Phillips of Gaffney S. area west of the Header CanaL" of her girl friends and was named day.
C. arrived in Okeechobee last weekand the tiger woman. Winnie has been
here Monday afternoon the
Principal speaker at meetingwas
is spending two weeks herewith BACCALAUREATE SERMON in so many escapes and escapades
. and Palatka where she Leland Hiatt State Welfare
her brother and sister In law, since that time that her name has
days with her vela Baccalaureate services for the Diree.torfrom the State office In
Mr and Mrs. Z. K. Harmon. familiar to people all over
} t Her daughter, Mrs. B. A.: 1947 graduating class will be held i grown Jacksonville.
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the world. She baa been adjudged
and little daughter. Anne Sunday night at 8:00 oclock in the Points mostly under discussion
1 Anthony B. Caso was called to Insane but she has displayed plenty
Ellis of Waldo School Auditorium.
1 returned pertained to Juvenile delinquency
New Haven Conn.. Saturday on knowledge of bow to fool asylum
and Rer Martin will deliver
the BaeeaJ1aul'eate
r spent Monday night and its correction
: account of the death of his s ix attendants and officials and gala
!>day here before returning sermon with the pastors Following the business
1 meeting,
i year old daughter Molly Ann.who her freedom almost at random She
home at Waldo. of the other churches assistingla luncheon
a served at the Sea
1 passed away in that city at five the service. escaped again the other day but is was
:i Mrs. Z. K. Harmon Mr 'clock that morning once again back behind the bars. Washington Hotel at which time
Music
will be furnished
by thechoir talks were made by Mn. Ellen
4
T. J. Harmon of Gaffney,
of the Methodist
.
church
under Whiteside, state chairman of the
: S. S. Phillips of GaKne y. Mr. and Ain A. O Glenn announce the direction of W-D. Boehmer. received this
A letter was week Children Committee, and Supt
t and Mrs. Claude Gardner, the arrival of nine pound t
a
from Mr, and Mrs. J A. Abney who Dozier from the Industrial School
spending last Sitar eon born at the Kings DaughtersHospital Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr.. are vacationing at Hot Spring for Boys at Marianna.n .

[ Miami where they went to 1 at Columbia. Tenn, Saturday and eon. Jerry were visitors spending Ark., in which they say.they a Attending from Okeechobee were

I : : Gardner who is a pa! Mrs Glenn will be remembered last week end with their 80nlaw enjoying their stay and expect to Mr*. J. T. Hancock. Mr*. J:. H

the Veterans Hospital in here as Miss Marie Walker In and daughter ),fr. and viva remain there for anotherthree Hunt. Mrs. H. H. Ranleraon. }..Ira.S. .
They repeat that he Is daughtr of Mr and Mrs.
Henry Morris Barnett at their home at weeks before returning to their R. Raifsnyden and Mrs C. R.
:: Improving. Walker. Hull in DeSoto County. home here. Bayle .w,, _"_


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"ONE EXCITING WEEK""GENTLEIMANJOE.: PALOOKA"

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liD MeFarUBC, whose lather Rk made it his business to influence Jin came, against the cushions :t"I

; ard. disappeared la World War L fan against Sandra. And if JiH went "What's the matter Sandra?"

,':. IB love vita Lieut. Spa>{ Gordon. n.f home and blabbed-weH. that was We asked anxiously.She Prevent Cannibalism.By
1* upset VBCB she discover her brother. .
: .1C. too. He was a man now shook her bead smiling wan-
"" Sic has faUcB 1m Ion with Sandra I
', and his affairs were his own and 17. Tm just low in my mind
divorce .( char Good
Calvert a qsestiamabU Management
acter. While riding with Dan Patterson he still flattered himself that he Ricky. Seeing that man did it, Jrues.

f a family friend, she U throw from could always wind his mother .." % \\f/J// -: _
her horse and take to the hospital. around his little finger. Rio sank "Old Cyanide Captain Mackey. Keeping Chicks Active 1 \l.\

; r That night Richard retaru _me. Be lower into the cushions and bolstered I mean? He smIled at me. That's

f. : tells ker mother Jolla, that he Is BOW his self-confidence by remembering something for the book. I never Real Secret of Success

.'1. Captain Mickey, stationed at the sam that it would be a longtime saw him wear a human expression
camp a* ate. Hi* Lather John I. MeFarlane. before be had to go homo efore." By W. J. DRYDEN

;-.-, the secret, denounces from Jill bat him.tell Julia DaT keep that again, and that when the war,was "It brought so many things Chicks will seldom be cannibalistic

Richard Is alive. She Is heartsick at over he'd be some kind of hero back" she said. "You know he If provided with proper brooder

: Richard1 iadiffercac toward his family no matter what happened to him. was a friend of Win's in,Hawaii. and range space correct temperature -

) the put years. and Dooley would kill the fatted "You knew him over there?" and air control and a balanced i'' 'tr ao z..

; alf-anyway a turkey or some- "We knew all the officers, nat ration. properly fed. They must be

'; Wing urally. Mackey was a major then. kept alert and active. Only the mistreated -

CHAPTER XII He was not pleased when Captain They're both part of all that rm sluggish chick will turn to t

--- Mackey took the chair next to him. trying to forget""I cannibalism.. : i; =
j "I know now how stiff my pride
of pulled out a cigarette, and said casually know you had a rotten. time While the chicks must be comfortable -
has made success
VOWDI'd a
Trouble you for a match. Sandra." Ric laid his hand over the temperature should be reduced -
,:; living, I'd made a success of the soldier?" her. "But it's all behind you. Thisis gradually 1? Er Iii I Ie -
q1e
;J: place, Fd made a plaee for myself a _
+ children. And Ric stood up a bored scowl on tonight, and this is -Sandra Use a good starting mash. ThereIs i iti

I here then, he a place made for me my feel myself a his face and snapped his lighter. and Ricky. It's Sandra and Ricky no substitute for the best for start-

creature ,of no account. Just a Yes.. sir. Here, sir." from now on. so forget that guy and j rI
"Thanks. Sit down" drawled the all that M
the
woman that a man had tired of. stuff you left behind in =
; captain: dragging on the cigarette. Islands."
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f No I can't love him ever. .. } tad
':, I can't hate him either. I don't "What's your outfit?" Her fingers stirred like cold timid ..
"Four hundred and eleventh little birds under his warm palm. .
Is-Just an
J know what my feeling '
e- awful patience I think. It's on me sir:' She flicked long lashes, misted a

"j like 'a weight. I couldn't breathe, little, and let a liquid look flow over <\\If

12 -. all that night I couldn't sleep. him. ..: ..

_! J -I thought about you Dave. { '' t that"You're so sweet Ricky. It's just .
: "I'm here. Dooley." he said, seeing Mackey again made me 1620
I ; feel old! Old and bitter. And I V -
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;; \ Richard McFarlane Jr. stopped want to be young for you Ricky. Iam 1;: as VV -',

.I I window \ young. It's Just that life
briefly before a plate-glass With Diagonal Lines 1 _
: reached out and snatched
me
1 angle, up
set his cap at a Jauntier '
"I hitched his belt straight, and so early. I'was too young,and silly S030IMS \ DIAGONAL lines are smart and <-
to know this handsome daytime .
what I was doing. Now -
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[,4 'i': walked into the hotel.
: ther' rm all battered and tarnished by dress. It will be stunning;,;
N The lobby full of soldiers,
t was '
blue and silver, wings\ of the air e4 life. and I want to be lovely and Baby chicks most be managed made in a bold striped fabric with:j.:
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if corps rode almost every shoulder brand-new for you." She was almost right to prevent cannibalism.ing IT1YOUTHFUL stripes going this way and that. ,
? fl< tearful. Ric looked worried. finish with unusual novelty bat ., '
with the clerk
t officers were arguing baby chicks. Give them all they < -
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"f I:, about reservations, and a sullen \. : "Sandra. rye told you often will eat at all times and provide and completely cap- tons. '

i sergeant with overhanging brows I enough that you're the loveliest plenty of eating troughs. When the in two parts. The 4-
"W'"Snap ling alive As for brand-new girls.the7're Pattern 1630 comes in sizes IX It 18.
and lot of dangling bars on a
-t a four to five weeks old they
: chicks are
wing-sleeved blouse ties in a soft 8. 20. 40 and 42. Size 14. 3% yards of
d medal leaned against a pillar and a dime a dozen in this town may be given grain, and made. to bow in front-requires little fabric. 35-inch. .

::1 4 flicked a contemptuous eye overt any town. They're an breathless scratch for it. The full dirndl skirt is a "must"in : Send your order to: .

'. mere enlisted men. Ric ignored they wear those horrible saddle- A good range and shelter shouldbe junior wardrobe.

f t :. him loftily and waited In line for shoes and sweaters, they cling, they provided. Pasture such as bluegrass every SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEFT.S3 .

g: I the house telephone. gurgle, they- make- me sick! You're alfalfa or lespedeza will lower Pattern No 8030 is designed for sizes South Wells St. Chfcar T. EL
: 't. Three other soldiers were ahead different As different from those the feed cost and make the chickens 11. 12. 13. 14 IS and 18. Size 12, blouse Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
desired.
"- 1>, of 35 39-inch skirt% yards. pattern :
gushy things daiquiri is different yards or ; '
and Ric as a Swiss
1 of him. all calling girls, take on economical gain. Pattern No Sire
r grew irritable and shrugged his from a strawberry soda! chard kale Chinese cabbage or t-

.' SI i' ..I l' boulders as he inched along the Stop moping! Let's have fun." rape may be planted and the leaves M1M1M1e.AM1P.M1M1e.O. ehhP.l P Name .
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1; line. "Ricky, I can't! She bit her lip pulled and fed to the chicks. Alfalfa ASK ME AdcIr---

a t' A student of character would and a large round tear rolled over clover or other grasses may be ? ? ?

*_ have appraised him as a spoiled her eyelids. "1 can't get rid of this chopped and fed fresh, or alfalfa \ ANOTHER ?

i'l' ,<' only son. itching under discipline horrid feeling. I feel as though leaf meal utilized to aid In proper ?

1 s but Improved by It, but Ric saw something ghastly had laid a hand health and growth. I A General QuizM1M1AM1AM1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1AM1M1M1 f

Y .eA:; himself as a man of the world on my shoulder, something I can't I V

i "1 and when at last he had possessionof shake ot!. Something that wantedto 1. How much heavier than air is -

the phone, his voice was crisp and separate you and me." water?
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demanding. "Fat chance! Ric moved closer 2. Can a member of congress be
r r "Aren't you dressed yet? I put his arm around her. 'Snap out impeached?

r thought you were going to meet me of it That can't possibly happen. 3. What country is the birth-
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J in the lobby low, decide what you want to eat. loo tan aF MAAFTER : place of the piano? To hold yon?loose apperten sad Jew-
I comfortably secure all day-and 551
The cooing voice of the woman I'm starved. I never saw you get 4. How does the size of India even darn try deat st'. amumc 6ih
he was mad about came back sooth. hysterical before" compare with that of the United coven caned 8TAZS. Not *. "- ""
powder peasnt-to-
i : r=: ingly. 'But Ricky, darHhg, you're "I don't think it's hysteria, it States? put. BT.zambe., druggist
too early! You said six. I'm not hurts too much. down. Likea today! Accept no substitute
t Deep at
Was of
out of It That can't poul.bly 5. "Casey" "Casey Holds lip Osr '
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v dressed ,et. premonition. Don't ever leave STA2E JI
happen!" the Bat" a real person? .YHI lbsey
t f -r Rie laughed indulgently. "Haven't me Ricky. I can't live without 6. Must the speaker of the house

{, ; & you got your face on yet?" "Your name is McFarlane? What you!" be an elected representative in

[ .:;. "I haven't got anything on! I'm state?" "I may have to leave, you know. EIPOtJRE TO wEATNERtut congress?

> # .1'1.w '. a bathing beauty. Go away Ricky "Tennessee, sir." Ric did not sit 'm in the army," Ric reminded ( 1I I It 7. What four states west of the lII JS f1tt7.

-. 1" I'll hurry as fast as I can." down. He stood stiffly! itching to be her."But ., Mississippi river meet at right in ctin tn run*f

: "Going to wear that yellow thing gone, but the cool eyes of the older you'll stay In my heart angles? RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

;:. I like?" man held him. You won't go away and forget me?" 8. How did Commodore Stephen

t : "Darling it's a rag! Anyway it's "How old are you McFarlane Her voice was a fluty sob. Decatur meet his death?

;: at the cleaner's." "Twenty-seven, sir." "Silly girl! How about a lot of 9.' An earlier name for Columbia

"Hurry up then Sandra. I'm "Like the army?". hot coffee? Get hold of yourself, university was what? -

;" starving." Ric hung up. and a red.. "Naturally, sir. I enlisted." Sandra. I don't know you when Careless handling of manure 10. From what song are the a

J headed corporal snatched at the Instrument "Father living?" The catechism you're like this. causes serious losses of fertilizer words "And where is that band 0' a

;'. instantly. Ric walked to went. on. She shook the tears from her and organic matter needed to help who so vauntingly swore 'mid the .

the desk. ''1 telephoned for a sin. 'No, sir. I lost my father-m the eyes smiled faintly, and got out a increase crop yields and rebuild sol havoc of war and the battle's con- :
'tj1 > gle room." he said. "I called last war." mirror to repair her make-up. structure fusion"? tma.a ce a-m.+..Vs14a'am..aw

-!? < f .<' I Thursday. The name is McFar- "That so? Why don't you sit Tm so sorry, Ricky. I don't One hundred tons of manure con- 0611zpffTUte11IAae.NSs awns lit Mil M SUUtU tCPo* I -

{ i lane. Richard McFarlane." down Waiting. for somebody know when I've let myself go this tains 29 tons of organic matter. 1,000 The Answers U.im hug M,Miititmir nitna

'1. =\s' The clerk studied his book. "AH "Yes. sir. Ric dropped back to way, before. It was thinking about pounds of nitrogen. 200 pounds of 1. Water is 775 times heavier

;, right Private McFarlane. we saved his seat Win I guess. He hurt me so much phosphorus and 800 pounds of potash than air.

?;: It for you. Best we could do. You -it does hurt to be cheated to one-half of it in the liquid part. Piled! 2. No but each house can with
d i ; want to go up now?" '/ Knew Your and to rain and
believe In some one and then fine outside exposed concurrence of two-thirds expel a
J I: w "No. m have dinner first But you've been a trusting fooL" weather for several months, this 100 member.
t" give me the key. How much is it? Father in France'"Your
k' "Forget that heel will you?" Ric tons may shrink to 50 tons and lose 3. Italy.
Two dollars
x father's name didn't happen half its fertility and organic matter.
spoke more sharply than he Intended. -, 4. One-hall the size.
I; "Sorry, have" to charge three fore to be Dick McFarlane did It? and sparks glinted for an instant Losses may be reduced by using 5. Yes. He was David M. Casey.He .
4 the week-end. I had friend named Dick McFar. to soak all
::3: a enough bedding up with the National
in Sandra's eves. Then his played e
iI: f Rie fumbled out his bill-fold lane. Met bun in France, in eight arm tightened around her and he liquid manure, cleaning stalls frequently Phillies. Ernest Thayer wrote the
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f< : looked to see that his in "
pass was
een. and hauling manure directly
her a little shake. "I'm jealous poem in 1888.
gave -
: r'-'f place Bung down three rumpled "Why, yes sIr, his name was sweet Didn't I tell you? WhenI to fields, or storing carefully. 6. No. The house is empoweredto
bills. Then as he turned away he Richard. I was named after him."
r V think of that fellow making you choose their speakers and other
ii jogged the elbow of tan officer
a "Know his regiment persistedOld
who was waiting for his malL cry, breaking your heart I see Baby Rides TractorThose officers without restrictions.
Cyanide."Yes
green and it makes me nasty Let's 7. Utah, Colorado Arizona and
; "Sorry, sir, he said
curtly. sir. It was the 105th. ma
drop the whole thing and enjoy this New Mexico. :
Old Cyanide! Ric him
i gave a chine-gun sir.
Saturday night We haven't got a 8. In a duel with Commodore CALOX
:.. straight look and wondered why "I fought with the 105th. Quite a lot more of them, maybe." James Barren. change to
i1 this Captain Mackey was "
studying coincidence, meeting you here. 9. King's college.

'b,, him so oddly. He felt his necktie "Yes. sir. It's very interesting Ric Begins to 10. "The Star Spangled Banner." for the h #tic 'lle.Jon
and his
buttons anxiously, wheeled We never knew what happened to
t k on his heeLPleasant my father. He was killed, of Feel Uneasy"What your smile

course. A lot of records were lost I I will I do when you leaveme Church ConstructionThe EQ'ldeas Calae rode.........,
Thoughts in that "
war. ?" She nestled close under his
"I lost track of him too." wenton greatest wave of church 1 Help remow fila..bcfa eat
Of Sandra arm, small and helpless and lov all the soma! Jesus ol you
x Captain Mackey. bough we construction in history occurred in "
able. "Ricky. Ill die! who have youngsters who
Ric went back to a comer and close France in the 12th and 13th
were pretty at one time. "You'll die?" He grinned downat like to ride the tractor will be In- cen 2 A special lacicdieac la Cafes
slumped on a sofa. Sandra was always Thanks for the light McFarlane." turies. Although having only 10- encourages nzabr mas****...
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her. be in some place fun terested In this improvised baby
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late but when she did comedOwn 'You're' welcome sir. And 000.000 inhabitants. France be- which has oa(on*
,
,
very masbm
of fleas and mud. eating from a seat designed by A. J. Matyus for ...help* fioa *ad
every bright curl would be InV now if the captain will excuse me-" tween 1170 and 1270.alone built 80
V tin pan. or rolled up in a wet pup; the Lincoln foundation contestThe rosy.Tone up root amn.-wida,
place and shining, her finger tips "Good eight soldier." cathedrals and nearly 500 cathe-
tent with my feet sticking out into seat consists of two auto seat
would be tinted just the right shade "Good night sir. Glad to have a cold rain, and I'll be thinking of springs, pieces of one-Inch round dral-class churches at a cost that JUb fa /___ AieLtese Lirrfwla. ,
for her skin, tier eyes would sparkle met would I.cirri
you. today be equivalent to about 115 scot fII 55mw..tied
4 you curled up In a warm bed-and iron 24 inches'longV for stationarysteering
and her dress and hat
be chosen
Sandra was waiting by the elevator 13.000,000,000.
with you'll dlel" column and an obsolete
the clever perfection that when Ric hurried across the lob- TU be dreaming of you." she steeringheel.. The main leave
pleased Ric's critical and
fastidious
by. She looked
displeased. said wistfully bent in the forge and hole .
V taste. were - - -;- ----
1 "What did be want? she de "About me? Or about Win Cal- were punched to conform to the cultivator r ,
Sandra bad had a tough time manded.
,! I vert?" fittings arid to give shock absorbing -
poor kid. But the little bitterness Ric looked a trifle surprised. "Oh. i

;. it had put into ber spirit bad added just one of the old boys. He said wake"That up would screaming be a nightmare.And then rd rei welded to effect the spring The leaves.footrest An work was :! YOULL BE NUTS (ifJJ r, ABOUT THE

a tang a Jest to her personalityHe he knew father
in France.
my have to take two aspirins and bicarbonate ;- wa done with %-1nch mUd st eelectrodes.
had'had a few anxious day They're' always reminiscing fightIng .. of soda." I

, after Jill's visit Sandra had said that war over again." Ric took They both laughed at that and :7IMPROVERAISIN
Your sister doesn't like me. Ricky her
arm pressed it a little. "Wheredo
settled down to ordering their dav-
She's a naive little thing isn' Thick Stand Helps in
want to
you eat sweett""Not
I ner. But Rie did not shake off his I BRAN fffli THEyRE
she? SOFTER.
here. Sandra Cahrerfsbrows ,
unease entirely. It followed Mm to Boosting Corn Yield
j Pie blamed Spang Gordon for were still tensed.Let'. go
the little hotel and
room thoughit I
that Spang had been an au right to some quiet place where there'sno Farmers who would boost their
late when be left :
JUICIER
was !
: + a guy and a good friend before be rot music and no danc:1D,." Sandra he very could not sleep. She yields of corn should plant thicker I GRAND'WITH THOSE CRISP
worried
that commission but lately he had "How about that little place stands than they ordinarily do ad-
and puzzled him. She
been too stuffed-shirt irritating across the street They've lOt was so vises University of Kentucky. Im- .l FLAKES tfFr)
smooth at times so assured and NATURALLY
with his occasional side-warnings, booths in that back room" Ric sug proved soil and the use of hybrid SWEET-
underneath and
yet to young sweet .I I
: his moral lectures. Spang was gale gested. "All I want Is to be with and sef darned helpless She'd bad corn seed makes U possible for

k' Dow and Rie had evaded telling you" to learn that cool arrogance of most farmers to have thicker I YOU SAVE SUGAR! TRY A DISH:!

Urn good-by.'That a farewell would In the amethyst dimness of a course. A beautiful woman alone 1 In stands., About 10.000 stalks can be }qS : _

have been somewhat complicate I shaded light Sandra slid into a corner the world quivering like a drum grown on Detter-than-arerage land. I JI

by the fact that be. owed Span of the high-backed seat and under the. restless feet of, flghtinjTO and 12.000 to Hmo stalks on very I 1'i'p-.the greatest norm In cercwfff
4 money Rie put out of his min< with a sigh leaned her yellow bead fertile land with good tnolstur ,

,: The score was even, it Spang had turbaned with a frail bit cf silver meD. ( BX: caBtTBVLD) holding capacity.; .L__ w ea..w :" __ _'':;': ? '

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H ERE'S a crocheted doily to
5333A treasure cleverly designed
around a center arbor hung with
five-inch bunches of round grapes
and big three inch crocheted
LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita leaves. Completed it is 20 inches
GIANT strawberry potholderto and is wonderfully easy to do.
THE QUESTION IS \ AND HERE ARC OUR DEBATERS NOW 1vu NAY BOTH } brighten your kitchenanda Nice as a dining table centerpiecein

SHOULD HOMEWORK WITH THE!* ANSWERS { TAKE THE FLOOR / II gift to delight your friends! This ecru or white.

ee ABOLISHED ? TO DECIDE THEQUESTION t practical holder measures 7% .
inches and is crocheted of red To obtain complete crocheting instructions
: no J for the Grape and Leaf Doily (Pattern
I thread, seeded in and
u YES NO green No. 6384) large detail of leaves and
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trimmed with separately cro grapes send 20 cents in coin your name
1 III I cheted green leaves. It's fun to address r and pattern number.
make!
SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
To obtain complete crocheting Instructions S3* Soot* Wells St. ChJcaco T. Ell.
for the Giant Strawberry Holder Enclose SO cents for Patters
Pattern No. S333 send 20 cents In coin No
your' name address and pattern number.
Due to an unusually large demand and: Name_ .
current condition, slightly more time is
required in filling order for a few of the Addre-'
most popular !uterus

MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher

wwi? 1 GET MORE

READWW THE EooK How DO YOU HUE DONfT You START THAT ouT of WAY I JI JIA

1 GAVE VoW,JEFW yEN! THE BEGINNING? ON, FROM THE
SEGIhlN1NG?/ HAW! I ,, ,
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WAYTTILL COME TO Mt DLE little vinegar added to the water Wiping up grease or liquids immediately
1 GCTTO THAT VET.' ;? OFTNEBOOK! in which, table glasses are I after spilling may pre-

THE END! ': MOT ONLY DO I rinsed will make them shine-and vent many a nasty. fall.
shine. -
" xf HOW IT'Si' I IGONNA
WONDER -.- I Apply liquid floor wax with a fly
ENA BUT IHOVS Make it a habit to turn the han- I spray. It does not leave spots and
> IT BEGAN!
y H dles of saucepans toward the back I can be polished in half the time.
of the stove, so that they are i
out of reach of little children.

-.- Gas on Stomach
While work ,
doing close with a l......itaSiTWICE......-...1sr.rt..yasswM.aw..sM
JITTER By Arthur Pointer flashlight it often becomes neces- "a.da..rpdas4...,feat. ,
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sary to use both hands. So if thereis b w d.ar..alli
ter -- arrp7sb..u"m'N..la.sf
nothing nearby on which to rest s'
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the flashlight a simple expedientis t I -....-_art el.....
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Store felt hats, well cleaned and ''
aired covered with paper in a dry KItOUUtf
place. Dampness may cause mil JUlY \

dew. -.- .. S&JSAtE'0 #
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Decorator's rule on glass cur-
tains: Allow the curtains to reach M OR Q LINE

. the sill to cover the base of the
apron of the window or to the floor,

just never touching.look right In so between gauge your lengths curtain NO LONGER WAKES (If>> ",

lengths as above and allow for
REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes shrinkage and your windows will 3 TIMES A NIGHTs

look well dressed.Freshly f ar 6 Mitts kf art WHtcUog
IWANKA -.- Ie ...,( 1II144erPiIa
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DO, YOU Feu c s --n'3 ALL COM YOI,.
TAKE ACKAHST WHEM'A RAcFL6D. l BACK CHEAP ironed shirts hung on gmsddoetor'ateportl.typialcfeiok.e.
ON A BASrCALL BAT! OKAY: / ffOHNA RATFLCVL'T AN t WON IT-- WITH out CROOK. clothes hangers until time to wear Iaeg4 Rbdaa.bi.ddsl I'iII&vnebua'. &Ok.W feltrr....
I 0NCY 60f TWecC LEFT ORQ THOSE WAS THREE MONEY: { should have plenty of free space t::.;t wtc now know to COM mwtiy
A NICKEL EXTRA CHANCES I MAO -elsdde tmtatvmi..not UM kido y.. Tnucr .
them
between in
especially warm
ON- LEFT OVIRS '. protect year rat,rwitek from bda.ynUatonly >
-+c s L i damp weather. = jail. LM Fain JEtik to tasdl --
ban pouur* ..dstaT-bk atto* tiles
: mtioft UaAUr vnkumw.NM UC.!..iiU UMy .
.. Galeryat tad liinin T.r man nti.
CamQ. Cutlit lV.tWt. factory DOCiU; ;YOLK; MO}.Y BACK.la : .


While out walking in San Fran-
cisco one day William J. Burns
the noted detective encountered
a
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bold year toot Bppets sad lav.
drunken man."Ain't Sr. comfortably ware all day.- nd
d otifs agartrr flu.
Mr. Burns! the .ndsaU.dd
you a o 8TAZS. N t "
drunk asked. povdcrl STAZ2 la phitan b io-t a
pan*. Get *Sa
By Len KleU Yes, I am," answered Burns. iodayl Accept uu ah'satmUtaslTAZE ...
VIRGIL 'Know who I am!" ? $
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No, I do not.
JU.TAKE.: $1
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HOtAE ANP erwoman."

t UXXA'THATSOMEMOTHER BIRO-W MT OFF HATCH lT tiM1' '""WeD what of itt" inquired rn1sy'wn33

HER E66 ., t tr Burns. His scorn brought a sneer /a
LEFT to the man's lips, and he said:

Thought you detectives knew 5
everythin'.Tell you somethin' else
you don't know. I'm wearin' one Dew !
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:' @ttcELhDbEE e 15 new building will also ready be needed and i A man who fishes for sport seldom :: :: ::::::; 'm'mmrmmn ,., ,',,'.", n" r"nr ,,.,,.,, 'r.. ::: :;
that
:I but plans for are proves to be a friend to the :'
construction will proceed to coincide game waiMen.. ,
?;i Published every Friday by the with the delivery of dial system : ; 0 ; -. .
Okeeehobee News Co.. at Okeechobee, ;
:l 4 1 switchboards. The best way to relieve the housing
Okeechobee
Florida.
. County
.- shortage In Okeechobee Is to '

a-; >.;'Y, BRYANT BOWDEN .. ........Editor Meanwhile the improvementswhich start a gold rush in California. '


! ).;:,:)Yif' SUBSCRIPTION RATES all obviously mechanical.the becoming subscribers The mre.operators notice efficient is not are the DonGardner.Gilbert who is employed at J 11m inARE ri II' : .k

Chevrolet left this week America
... a.00
:'{: One Year U advance $ Like virtually every other businessin
J t,.. Six IfoBths in advance ......,. 1.50<1 the telephone company for Gaffney S. C. where he will !

;i.,.'; :;..:..-,' Three M.nth. in advance ....._ 1.00 has town had a big labor turnover In recent spend friends.two weeks. visiting relativesand ;

Of nearly 100 operators
+t. r. ,:" Entered at teeood class matter July hired years.since Pearl Harbor, only two C. "i . . j
BAND ,
tf, t-_, 4 1, nit, at the Post Office in Okee- are left Some quit to get married CONCERT WAS --
F ": efcobee. Florida, under Act of March WELL ATTENDEDThe
ir ;. or to leave town with their families
t .
8. 187
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.:, almost as soon as their training band concert held last Friday -
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was completed and because of the night In
the
k- :. COXGRATCLATIOX3! High School Auditorium !OUL.e .
i" .' need many took "positions" on the was well attended. The
t.- Congratulation; art la order board before they were sufficiently crowd was much larger than that
and experienced. Conditions having of previous f
'r. _," both to the UUphone company any concert.
i; lu union workers for rattling thair eased, operators have gained skill We needed about 1180 to finish

<.-- .' difference* without retort to a which is reflected in prompt answering paying for the uniforms, and the

; : strike which would have eauaed of calls, fewer wrong num- donations amounted to approxl
tf" damage and inconvenience to thgeneral bers and no complaints of discour mately $175. So the uniform are

,. ,. public throughout the tesy. Jibs at the service la consequently now paid for and the band Is com-
Southwest Florida territory which wearing a little thin and pletely out of debt. We want to express .
"the later-County system serves the devil so generally cussed during our appreciation to all our

There is further cause for congrat the war is now being given his patrons who have made this pos '

'.. ulation" the fact that consideration -or her-'due. sible. ;

,' I of the public interest was a deciding Even though subscribers will Now that we have uniforms ware
factor in reaching an agreement hoping
to stage more parades.
have to pay for it in the form of
on the eve of yesterday's both in town, and on the football
the will be
rate increase public
': strike deadline. Had either party field and to make more public appearances -
glad that telephone employes win
failed to yield-which was the eitu- in. general. ; >
rceive an increase in pay. The approximately j
,: anon precipitating the national 11. O. KENT. Director. -"
$2 a week for which
'phone strike now collapsing after r; '
they settled is a far cry from the
Bome fIve weeks of holding out-
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$1% raise which they bargained for
the service here, such as it is, -
but is probably as far as the company
would today be seriously impaired "
can go on its present rate
c if not completely disrupted so far I
structure and the limitation on volume -
as ordinary business Is concerned.
imposed by lack of facilities.
"Such as it is," by the way. is not
The wage increase, however was
; BO bad; at any rate by no means as,
accompanied by more satisfactory 0s
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bad as It has been until recently.In
vacation treatment and what the >1"
fact It is getting to be pretty
union described as "very liberal
good: approaching at long last. the
sick benefits.:
pre-war efficiency when ours was

the most satisfactory telephone system Altogether: workers are better

Ti '; in the United States. Improve off here than phone sinkers In the

ment has been due to several fan North. Having lost no time the $2 ..exnrrr :

tors. One. of course is seasonal, increase is a clear gain. That.Is not

this being the time of year when true elsewhere. Having been out .. ..... .. .. .. .-.. -- .............-....... ........ ..__ __..............._.......... ._..r-.r.-.v..v.........
J the load diminishes. But even at the five weeks the average worker has JARS .
1' peak of the season it was better lost some $200 in pay and will haveto
1 WAS THE STATUS OF EVERY
i I than it had been the winter before work a full year to get that back CAPS YOUNG AMERICAN

J: or for several previous years. I at the rate of $4 a week the figure LIDS and \ THE AGES OF 18 AND 38 AS THEY LINED

N I : Additional facilities have helped.A at which most settlements are be- RubbersINSURE I JHIS AND REGISTERED IN PREPARATION TO ANSWER

long time on order and delayedby' ing made. Here the workers will 1 CALL TO THE COLORS, TO GO INTO RIGOROUS
war shortages the company is be better than $100 ahead at the
AND EVENTUALLY JOIN THE HEROIC
now receiving equipment which Is
end of the year, and by that time
speeding up handling of calls. Still the company may be in position to OF OUR ALLIES IN EUROPE WHO WERE

k lacking are Instrument sets and consider a further increase when Canning Success TRYING TO STEM THE TIDE OF HITLER'S HORDES

construction material for the installation the contract just signed runs out. WHO WERE SPARING NOTHING AND NO ONE, IN THEIR
i r of phone on the waiting The big benefit, however goes to when you followinstructions
FANATICAL DETERMINATION TO FULFILL THEIR MAD
list. Taking: Into account the steady the public which while not sharing in the Boll

: rrowth of Fort Myers, company officials In the gain and facing the prospect Blue Book. Buy OM of LEADER'S DESIRE TO RULE THE WORLD. REGARDLESSOF

l, -" estimate that they are two of paying for the increaseha es- grocer's or send WHETHER OR NOT THEY LIKED THE IDEA, THEY ALL

i ,' years off from filling all demands caped the considerable damage of your lot with name end WENT. IT WAS THE ONLY THING,THEY COULD DOrFOR
for additional connections. The being caught without a public
; address tot ASIDE FROM THE FACT THAT THEIR OWN FREEDOM
necessary equipment is now being utility essential to the convenienceof "
.. manufactured, with the company the community and necessary to IALL etOTHUf COMPANY WAS IN JEOPARDY, THE VERY FATE OF THEIR LOVED

"1 : here taking its turn with every other the transaction of business.-Fort **....<.,.I*Jl... ONES WAS ALSO AT STAKE; THE ONES WHO WERE NOT

: 1 system In the United States. A Myers :News-Press ELECTED TO DIE HAVE RETURNED, YES, TO WHAT _=

'"" :'S. TO CONTINUE TO BATTLE BUT ON A DIFFERENT BATTLE :

,.. GROUND AND WITH DIFFERENT TOOLS OF WAR.THE :
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FIGHT NOW IS FOR WORLD PEACE.

ii 1i 1'; /. TODAY, AS WE LOOK BACK TO V-J DAY, OUR VIC- ..

TORY DAY IN WORLD WAR II, WE CAN REALIZE TO EVENA

If / GREATER DEGREE THE DEBT WE OWE THOSE MIL-

.. LIONS OF VALIIANT AMERICAN BOYS AND GIRLS WHO .
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,' ANS'VEREDTHEIRNATION'S CALL TO DUTY, IN IT'S

DARKEST HOUR. WITH THEIR VICTORY AS OUR IN-
xi SPIRATION LET US KEEP FAITH IN THE FUTURE AND

LET US LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED TO EXERT EVERY

BIT OF INFLUENCE AT OUR COMMAND, BOTH INDIVIDUALLY -

;:. AND COLLECTIVELY, TO LIVE HONORABLY- IN

1' PEACE AND ACCORD WITH OUR FELLOWMEN THROUGHOUT

4 \e r-:4&p, THE WORLD, SO THAT WE MAY SHAY


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Friday, May'lG, 1947 --- -.
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWSNOTICE
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--' Tallahaaaeew Florida. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S STATEMENT OF TUB! OWNB5f .
April 16th, 1WT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tile NOTICE ISEHEREBYDGIVEN COURT IN AND FOR MANAGEMENT. CIKCGLATi011.
follewar
NOTICE
dearrlbed laDda win N that, ETCREQCIRED BY. TUB
fold .t pQblk tuctloe o. tM Pint dar.r I.... NOTICE I the OKEECHOBEE ACTSOF
A.. D INT .t eke Hart .0aR, hereby given that Parraaat toSeetioa 13 UK Chapter COUNTY. CONGRESS OF ACOC8T U. .
ID the Coasty .t Okeechobee. State 'rnatee lilt _
ot of "
the Internal
Floridato psy the i.oaat improvement .80653, Lan Florida Acts of 191. FLORIDAIN
Of
dee for tara Okeechobee New,
published wk
:= tet.ppo.lte:. the taetber with .n cost for Fund of the State of Florida. PvriaaBt.I sad Seetioa Q. Chapter 14717. Laws of
Rald as a brgla-tU o'eoek Neves lath We fed adftr to Law, win offer for Bale for eom.petitlT Florid. Acts of 133 aa amended by RE: ESTATE OF B. R. JER Iy.t Okeechobee Fla. for October
t 1940.Rate .
bid Deceased
la Tallanuaee Florida RELL.
Ixtttoa 11. Chapter SK&a Laws ..tFlerid.
Land .t 11:00.'eioek A. H Bar 30th. 19017 of Florida )
De.erlpt1oa.1 ,
nee-g. An 1i_ .r NOTICE OF ENTRY OF
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Owur Am.aatNWK for the Und ta OKEECHOBEE COUX.T. Act of llML and also porsoaatSerttoa I )-.
described a* follows t. 42. Chapter 20733. Laws of ORDER OF ADMINISTRATION I County ef Okeeehebee )
Beria. at the NB Cone rot SecUoaS. Florida Act of 1ML, as amended by UNNECESSARYAll l Before me. a notary public In sad tar -
: of NE'4 aDd 834 TowBuhip 39 Sooth Range *5 Seetioa 19. Chapter :2079. taws ..fFlortd. the State and
$WYt ___ 2 33 22 117 Co B. Fritz A.tIi East. .. Art of ISMS and SertiOB 44. persons having claims or demands county aforesaid, personally .
appeared Bryaat Bowden, who ...
Sy .c Lot 2-6 U M 32 le E. R. McReyeelda L44Lota thence. Sooth O decrees IV' East. Chapter 20722. Laws of Florida. Acts of against the estate of B. R. tag been duly sworn aecordlar to law ,
i08.1 feet. 1941. a* amended by Section 21. Cha Jen-ell deceased the above-named
deposes and that he Is the editor
say
21 tad 22 4 :u 23 40 f'. W. BedeU UT thence. South 28 degreea. 00' Eaat tee %:!llit. Lawa of Florida. Act etMS. decedent are hereby notified that ef tile Okeeehobee New and that thefol-
Lola : 26 d 79840 feet l the followiaa described land Ukeeehobee ,
2i. 27 __ 4 :us fIG 1.11. FRkkema 8..33 lowing Is. t* the best of his
knowledge
order of administration unnecessary -
thenre. aa
Sooth 7 2T Florida to-wit
degrees Eaat. Coaaty. :
Lot 2 _,. .6 u: SS and belief, true statement
a of the
20 B. Nela.a 2.41Lot ownership
44840 feet entered the
Lota 1 to 5 lae. and U 12. Week has been by
2t _____ 9 Sf S3 :0 T. C. Aadfonoa -......._-.,... 2-41 thence South 31 degree 04 East 60. City of Ob MIIee. Honorable T. W. Conely Jr. County publication, nanaFcmeat for, the etc_date ef the slows aforesaid
tjhe
Fey or IAt It __ 10 :u 33 10 L..ra ) then feet, Lot 3. Mock 203, First add. U City ..
.hrgaa 1." South 43 degree .2S Edt.thf'lK' of Okeeehebce.All Judge; that the total cash valueof above_np" .. repaired by the ACtor
Lot 20 ___ 10 :u sI 20! IL 1.1. Woodcock __ 2.ft 3&4.00 feet of Block 0, City of Okeechobeeexcept said estate la less than $%..000.00 .- August 24. 1912. a* amended by th*

S w% or Lot 21........ 11 u J3 :20! lleary Blanr 12l.nl 372ft@. South 53 degrees 2? East. Lots 1. S. 7 A2O ; that the names and addressesof Act of 5377 ja Postal ttfc X Law 1933. embodied and In BeeJon -
feet RcralstteaK.
U. Nnet 2.1.TOWSSITE win be offered ;0-sate at public outcry those to whom said estate has.
thence South 70 degree 45 East printed on the reverse ef this form, tewit
for tile highest sad best cash hid. sab-
OF DEES. J.h. niUf'1B& 1.37 1664 feet. Jeet to the right of the Board of Csaamiasleners been assigned by such order are as : i
Lot It _____ 23 3-i U :0 raknown 2.41 theaeo. Sooth 36 degree 14 W.... of Everglade* Drainage District allows: L That the name and addrewee et
north H W Lin of State he publisher editor
Lot V\ at Sf ,23 20 ". Road and/or Board of Couatr Commit- LUll. Jarrell. Okeechobee. Florida. managing editor.
--- ( H. Cobler ..... 2.41 Ko.! 29. 2 6l4 30 tat and business manager* are:
Lot 10 at"u'a 20 W. Wilwo 2.41 UBC. North n degrees IT Welt stances of Okaechobee County. Florida Lois Jerrell Robinson, Okeechobee Publisher, Okeechobee N..... Ce.
.o.a fat to reject any and sQ bid, at th* CoortOBM Okeechobee
Lot 9 __ 15 3-i sa 20 Wm ltalla Ul tBne, North SO digress S3' Weal beginning st 10:00 o'clock A. U.a Florida. ria.
Lot 18 .-.........: ., U M" 20! Katk f>all1er 2.nJot.21. 659.2 tilt the lota day of Jane 1M7. Easement Dated this 24th day of April A. 973.Editor Bryant Bowdee, Okseehobe.

28 t 2t S IS 23 eo Blaacbe E. des ___ U3 thence. Sonia 3A degrees W Welt for drsiasg sad reclamation and roadnrpoae D. 1947. Ca That the ca be fws
6288 feet. will JERRELL. Ok........,eL1it'
: '.At. 5 A: a BIM'k aGREELET tbaneo. degrees OT Ea... BOARD OF COMMMIISSSIONERS: OF LILLIE | I.. Barber.
Nfeltorteto! ktothoboe. Fla.: ....t. LaUarttn. Oke.hobee.
SUBDIVISION 41282 EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT -
B. F. Smith _.... ._ 1.37B4SINGLR
: Fl ,
-.r- Polat of Berlnntng OF COMMISSIONERS : Bryant Bewdem. Okeec&o-
TARP containing and BOARD COUNTY .
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BLit .
Lot ::2 T rllkD01V1l 1.21 15177: acre, more or feu OF OKEECHOBUECOCNTT. NOTICE TO APPLY FOR LOCAL .*. Fla.. C P. RanlerBD, Pt. Pierce.
The Purchaser U F4: liable Ltexeafetter.
required to or tho FLORIDA. Tallahassee
Lot SO 10 C... FaaUt'_ .127 dTertUlac cost By._Mabel Raalersoa Sheffield LEGISLATION Fle, I

Lots 2t 4 SO ..._...,_.__.. 12 cuttord Gerald __ 127 THE TRUSTEES OF THE INTERN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of S. That the kaewa bandholder* mortgteu a- .
Y. AL IMPIiOVME.NT FUND reserve Okeechobee County. Florida Notice la hereby given that the and eth wcvrtty;: holders OWB-
:; ;tzff: o>{iNW% the rifrht to reject nay and all bid.. a. agent for said Board "II' or heldlnr 1 per ease or mare of
21 U SS Ii Monroe Webb _--= .- Ut BY ORDER of the Trustees of the By: Connie W. Rsuteraon. D. C.May City 4>t Okeechobee. Florida, will otal amount of "'a4a. BMrtiag-e, or
Internal Improvement Fond of their __
..surOEa arBIiE8s8 .IIECTIOY BLL State of Florida the (: 16. :: 30, June ft--(4t> present te the Florida Legislature County Bank nUN sad first areOkeeehobee Federal Savings

Lot :3 .. <-. s n. .A. Salder __ 1.2T UILLARU F. CALDWELL. at Its present term a bill providing IE Loan Asaoeiatles

: Lot 9 IS Willie F. Tonr _::.__ 1.21 Attest: Oorrrnor. NOTICEINotice that twenty-five per cent of all ***** *. sad BBTAJTT*nbcrad before .

Lot T ,-... ? .. ,- 1. Ems Castle _______ 1.21 F.Trnitee C. Elliott.I. Secretary I. Fond. is hereby given that a monies accruing to Okeechobee this 19th dar of O .tIer.. 1M. B*

Lot. t to 12 lat 6 IS sa Sf F. E. Flanrtoa -._.,._...... 8.18 Bill will be introduced in the pres- County Florida as Its portion of Notary BESSIE ALDEBUAN.SoI .
Public Ia sat fay tate of
Let 27. 2'k, 29 .:;13 It a JI. E. Frost __ U3 ent session of the Florida Legislature fund to be paid to the several Florida at Large

J_'Lot '2 .....:....... 21"33 Sf 2G Otto W..Able 241 XOT1CEtNotice quieting the title and cancel- counties of the stale under the )

Lot 1. _____ '76 as Sf 2G .101111 Beardsley ,_.-..-.._ 2.41s My cenuDlaabM expires Dee. 2S. 1949.!
ling all reservations heretofore of 14832 Lawa
is hereby given that a provisions Chapter ,
..f: E".t Lot 1:1 ...;;' :735; Sf 11 Edwla F. WiUhma ___ I.U
'W% ot Lot 2SI :8. IS. U 18 Elluhetlauaf ........ U' BiU will be Introduced in the present made on lands within the city I of Florida. Acts of 1931 or any law NOf"IC

; NEW ,., .: ", session of the Florida Legislature limits of the city of Okeechobee. : amendatory thereto or supplement. NOTICE is herebr given that a :

.t ,_ OEEECHOREL(Seetoo A) BT!,.,., aLE. ; quieting the title and canceling Florida by the Trustees of the al thereto or in lien thereof, ahall BUI will be Introduced in the present '

"! Lot, 2. A 2S .; 18 C. Co Wllaol ______ 1.21 all reservations heretofore Internal Improvement Fund of the be remitted by the proper state officials session of the Florida Legislature .

Lot. 2e t.2r: T 28B ::1. 11. llaod ,,.,..... ......_ 1.27 made on lands within the city State of Florida.IN having custody and control cancelling all Everglades

Lst1 J. 7 d 8-.' .30B Sophia Ctart.tf'DIIOD lit limits of the city of Okeechobee THE thereof to the City of Okeechobee drainage taxes and tax certificates
CIBCTTT COVETN
Lota U to Q In4 3S Fop Robert __-- 1.:1 Florida by the Board of Commissioners FOR OKFECKOBEC COCNTT.AND Florida a municipal corporation heretofore Issued
bets U to !'lllle'....,...,,..., 3cJ rnknowa ___ 1.271At,21 on lands la Okee
to 3b sae __.:?_ 6t B. F. LaDdoD ._____ 1.T of Everglades Drainage FLORIDA.iv CHVCEBT. existing under the laws of the chobee county Florida situate ly- .

(Or..4& Orete) Drainage District. JAMES Plaintiff V. COCSART., State of Florida and providing the Ing and being between the Hancock

Lola f t 8 .. 40 D. F. Lalldea ____. ._ 127Wy manner In which such funds shall Meander LIne of Lake Okeechobeeand

ot RWy; except NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MART ETTA COUSART. be budgeted and expended. *

'JUt Ittw\ .;.. ,..-__ S e 33 .33 n. R. D. Holm" ___.__ 8.29Iet0 APPLY FOR PASSAGE OF Defendant said Lake Okeechobee. *.
IT t 18. 811. f SI-IT FOR DIVORCE II. H. RAULERSON. T. W. COMELY Jr.
SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGIS- NOTICE TO APPEAR
of Okeechobee
Mayor City
STryiNDS HEIGUII .. LATION. TO Mary Etta Cousart
Julia RowlaDd ______ 1.1'7 127 W. king Street. NO'l'ICEt
Z% .r SW4 .r NE"-_ It n IS :0! J. :Max Scott _. __ TO.:!: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Wlnona. Minnesota.Yen Notice la hereby given that sealed

: NEyE ot NW% .r iE 4 20 ST M 18 W. J. Dempsey ____ 1.50 That at the Session. the Legislature are hereby required to appearto NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR proposals win be received by the Boardof
: Bf'r 200! It W o' NIC ear of the State of Florida which the Bill of Complaint filed In the TAX DEED County Commissioner of Okeecbe-

of S% of NW- .r NW" of convened on April 8, 1947. applica- above styled cause, the came af..d Notice 1* hereby gives that B. lam bee County. Florida at the room of .
, fiE%. Paa1If 130 n. S 330ft. tion will be made for the milt for divorce, on or before the the holder of the following .eertMetesha said Vnnty Commlsulonera at the
passage
E I tt. N ISO day of Jane 147. otherwise the alle.cation filed said certificite for a tax Courthouse In
the City of Okeeebobee
I W 30 : N 130 ft !::-o 3'7 S3 1% CarU.1e Thora. 8.91 of special or local legislation the of said BUI will be taken a* deed to be issued thereon. The eertlfU Florida, until 10-OO A. U. E.ST Menlay. -,
substance of which is follows confessed oy '41'". ate number and of Issuance
as : yeses
I N 2m ot $ or June
Ey swi4 2. 1947. for ITanirer
It I* further ordered that this orderbe the ef the and one Building -
i of SEy ::::9 17 33 0 2/3 Ius Autl.a 1I.mio ...._.__ 2.50Beg An Act relating to Everglades published In the Okeechobee New. the names description In which It was prooertv.assessed are W i fin" with one SO :z 1? clear

NW ear o..t Jot 4'to. Drainage District; providingfor a newspaper published la aid Countyand ss follow: "rIDII' one piece by/foM canopy door,
: 510 t; to beg' these.E the power of the Board of State, once a-week for four ._.. Certificate No. 257, Year of Issuance said building to be of structural steel,
ft to lV bdry Comely Commissioners of mid Districtto sive week 1924Certificate! of hot rolled structural abanea. Term
Qr.perty. 8 to 1P Lat.I.vel Dated at Okeechobee. Florida. thU Ko. 1919, Tear of Ig aanr<' of purchase will be rash and delivery
R 71 degree. 4 0'W 53734ft. redeem tax sale certificateson the 30th day of April 1947. 1927.Certificate. must be made not later than 24 week

H.rtlt tg! llcg .---.. e.1 IT 33 U H. W. Hulllf'J' "liE'" ___ .344Let. lands of said District: ex- (SEAL) No. 1965, Tear of Issuance after formal order la given The Connty:
10. 11 u4 12. Block empting such lands from the Mabel Raulenon Sheffield. isgaCertificate Commissioner reserve the right te
2. POWELL SUBDIVISION 'akRow. ____. ___ 1.1t operation of Chapter %%.079. Clerk Circuit Court. :No. 2516. Tear of Issuance<> reject any or all bids and to waive
By Connie W. Raulerson. D. C. 1
CONNER' BIORLANDS' ISLE.Loh Laws of Florida Acts of 1943 G. C. DarraBce.Okeechobee. laCrtifte No. TOGA Tear of Issuance aformaUtlen..

1 and 2 ............. ._ 2t Robert E. St..la _____ L32 and amendatory Acts until Florida. 1930.Certificate. C. E. DR.'WDY.

Lot. 21. 22 aid 2S __ n Jean Co Hamilton ___ 1.3: June 30,1949; providing; for the Solicitor for Plaintiff.IN 1933.Desertptfen. No. 7378 Tear ef Issuance- Board County Commissioners Chairman,

Lot U 10 MaMa E. O.mm.arf' _____ 112DEBERRY sale of county tax certificates or property Okeeehobee' County Florida.

OAftOL'lrS aLE. on lands in said District to the THE COUNTY COURT OF Lota 1 te 8 lie and n to 24 lae.

Lot. S te 7 w. __.._ 1 Wm. O. Wallace _______ 732OKEECHOBEE respective counties in which OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. STATEOF Block I. Okeecbobee Development
CITY aLJi:: such lands are located and the FLORIDA. Company's Sub Division. NOTICE UNDER LAW FICTITIOC8 NAME
Name la which assessed B. Blum.
....Loh 5 t e ,_-..._ t_-r .23, .5'rad Bo.we11_.......;___ 189-: retention of such certificatesby CHAS. Mv WILLIAMS, as agent AH of the aid property belnaIn tn' TO ALL \TBOM IT-MAT CONCERN:
Late 18 A: 11.--...... ....- 23 Wnll'WUU.mt __ I.M said counties until June 30, for The RItter Box Company County of Okeechobee. State of Flori.da. Notice i* hereby 'given that the ..- .

Lot. 1 and 2 ___ 2. .7.11I. Caplee 1.32 1949. repealing all Jaws in conflict a corporation. Unless. inch certificate or certificates designed Name Stat. pursuant" House te Bill the -Ftc Ke
Lot 13 _:___ 34 Violet .7. RHIODf'r _4..._. 1.33 herewith. Plaintiff. than be redeemed according to law tb* 20SS3 Lan of Florida. Art of

Lot 10 ...,.- --..- tt Ahorta H ward 1.32Let. Dated this April 14. 1947. -ve- property: described in such certificateor 1041 will restate with the Clerk ef
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF H. L. CHANDLER. certificates will be old to the high the Circuit Court la and for Okeecho-'
t to 4 lie ____ 44 Emma Dean. Fit '.18
et Wider at the court house door on hoe County Florida upon receipt of
N 40 It or lob 'I t. 12 tae 44 Emma Df'1D. Eli .. ..... 2.150.1 EVERGLADES DRAINAGE Defendant. the first Monday In the month of Jane the proof of publication of this notice

Lot 'l __ M E. R. Gavel __. 1.32 District, NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE 1M7. which I* the 2nd day of June the fictitious name to-wit" TIAR-

Lott w 11 lid U __ m ira R. T.aalf ___ 150Loa. By W. D. HILSABECK.Chalnnan., By virtue of an execution issued Dated GRAVES CONTRACTING COMPANT.nnder .
out of and under the seal this 20th day of April. 1947 which I am engaged la business
4 aDd I .. ...... 80 }:.-D. boa __._ 1.32 of the (SEAL) In the City of Okeeehobee. Florida.C .
County Court of said
Lot 4 _..______ 111 lae. Drawd. I.N County and Mabel Ranlenon Sheffield. II. riARGKAVES.

Lot 2 ...... ......._ ....._ Ito' tlltedd.. Phillips ___ 1.32 IN THE COUNTY directed to me. said execution bayIng Clerk of the Circuit COBT rf Dated in Okeeehobee County Florida.
.
JUDGE'SCOURT been Issued In favor of Chas. Oltt'et"ltnrCo..t... Florida.By M 47.
Lot 0 23S R. I.. 1fonl a __ 1.3": 7J'lit'J ...
... IN AND FOR M. Williams agent for The RItter Connie W. Baaleraon. D. C. ( SO. June (4tt
Lola lud,2 2433 I. c. Roprtl11... __ 1.21 OKEECHOBEE
COUNT Box Company a corporation
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POtTH OItEECBOBEE BLX.
Lot 3 0 Marie L Rhodes _....____ 1.32 FLORIDAIN against H. L. Chandler I have tx THE cmrriT COTTIT IN AWn NOTICENotice }

Lot 4 19 Roy Druarhtoa ____ 12.0/1 RE: ESTATE OF MATTIETTED. levied open and will offer for sale FOR OKEECHOBEB COUNTY is hereby given that I

Lot 6.. ___ to t'ukaowD __._ 1.32 WOLFF. Deceased at the South entrance of the Courthouse FLORIDA.
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--- NOTICE OF ENTRY OF in Okeechobee in the said IN CHAXCFRT.UARIOV have purchased the interest of J.

SOUTHWEST ADDITION ORDER OF ADMINISTRATION FITZGERALD A. Abney In the firm of ABNET *
County and State on the 11th day
Lot. It t 20! __a7 Zoalta Crollclt ._._.____ 112OKEECHOBEE rialatiff
HEIGHTS UNNECESSARY of June A. D. 1947 between th* EDWARD SON and will continue to operateit
All persons having claims or de- FITZGERALD.Defeadaat. .
.
legal hours of sale the
Lot 10 --.....-. ............... 7 Pratt Chandler "11E" __ S.1i: mands against the estate of Mat following under the same name. On and
described property situate lying
ROYAL OAKS ADDITION Sol? FOR DIVORCENOTICE after J. A. Abney
1st M47r
May
Uette D. Wolff the above-named
W.tt.raOD "nE'" __ 3.50 and being In the County of Oke. !: TO APPEAR
Lot I __ .= Alfrf'd decedent, are hereby notified that chobee, state of Florida to-wit: TO Edward FtUgerald Residence f n. will not be responsible forany

Lot SOUTHERN 1:1: Blk rISES 4 ADDITIONLot an order of administration unneces- I All that part of lot 9 lying outside known.Toe are. hereby required t* appearto debts obligations or liabilities Of

'a Umml. Bl.l 1s2Bevlab sary has been entered by the Hon of the plan of reclamation the Bin of Complaint filed In tile the said firm.
_
6... .....,-, ,--,--.-.. -- orable T. W. Conely. Jr.
County of Eagle Bay surrey accordingto above styled cause on or before Mon.
Tlllm.D 113WIUGI1T Judge: that the total cash value plat thereof recorded in Plat day: the Znd day of :Jnae 1947* the -B. P. ABNEY.

Lot S t BASS ADDITION,.,;.? 2e Qllf'f'a Blurt 'HE" .. ..-- 2.n of said estate U less than $!000. Book 1 at page 31 of the public same wise the being alteration a suit for of divorce raid bin other will

= Walter 3deReusle "HE" 00; that the names and addressesof records of Okeechobee County be taken aa confessed by the said
D :
t S ___.
Lots I thoe to whom said estate has Florida defendant.
.......... B t.mle Roberts -- ordered that this order
12
Lot. 11 aid --- been t assigned by even order are as It I* further
The satisfaction of the said exe-
ADDITION be published once a week for four cue.ceadve CLASSIFIED ADSFOR
RAILROAD 8. .1. Darts __------- -- -1'22 follows: cution and the accumulated costs weeks In the Okeeehohee News
Let 7 1 6teveat "HE"" 1.11 J. O. Wolff. Sr, Okeechobee. Fla.J. in favor of the assignee and holderof a ntwspspr, pnbllihd In Std County

Lot a --,. .-..,,,. ; t 1..ollDIe .. 1.3: O. Wolff Jr, Okeechobee. Fla. said Judgment. and State.
O..tOD ... ---- thus
-- OkIto'Flortd.
... 7 Amelli Dated *t *
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Lots 3 8 Jack D. Wolff. Okeechobee. Fla.
: U R. I. Davis -..-...-._ -' 1.32 N. O. STEWART. the aoth day ef .April, 1947. '
Lot Dated this 23rd day of April. A. Sheriff. (SEAL) RENT

BROWNING ADDITION JH 11'bltcN rot .-.. 10901PR1GIlT'a D. 1947. Okeechobee County Fla. V.bel RaalersoB Clerk Circuit Sheffield Count. Ranch 7 mile cast of Okeechobee ,

Lott U aad nUT IS _ADDLTIONLeh (May 9, II, 23. 30. June I-Ut) By Connie W. Rsulerson. D. C. on State highway 7S7 aerea all

t ... .. ........._ 1 :Mrw a.ben.. Eat. a.s:5: NOTICE Ur 14. tINT O. C. Boressee.Ok.eeh.b.e., FUrtda. fenced and croM-feneed. Cattle }

Lot. 2 A: a ............. Bit. IS A. ...Hare "RE'" 1.11I OKEECnOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE Solicitor for PUlatlff pena, dipping vat two houses barn.
Florence Od.m 1.12 r.OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Let a S1>4 IS. about (00 acres In carpet crua. ,
pnroBt to Seetioa a of O."ter'1.82II6, AND FOR OKEECHOBEE NOTICE OF TAN BALK
SECOND ADDITION Law of Florida Art of know Write owacr.
WRIOJlT"8 1W7.
I.eiiB.aunt lee Eor..IMftDI' .
........ 1.32 FLORIDA.IN For
Jr, .
COUNTY.
0.G Roberts, --
the MURPHY
Lot 1 ----- .A aa ACT. Bad IB _BnaBC ..*. District Taxes TJ. O. PARSLEY.
Bf'r lift ft N or eeater8ee of Chapter :20638 Law. of Florida. CHANCERY. :NOTICE U hereby>> live that aM
::. na E IU tL 2 Art *T 1W1. know. a the EVERGLADES SUIT FOR DIVORCE. lands delinquent on June 1st 1947 for Box No. 309.Kenora .
101 \Yo IU t1. H 100 DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT. LYNWOOD DAVIS WILLIAMS _LII..t of Everglades Drataasw W. Va.
.n. n IT SS J. 5'. coullmala _____ lI.Sl the following described laud situated District Tae. for the year 1944er ao ,
In Everglade Drainage District ia Plaintiff much thereof aa may be necessary to
BESSIE ALDERMAN Tea 'ou.'r, Okeechobee CoaDt). Florida, will be -vs.- r- due for taxes on said FOR SALE-Lot 9. Block 132,
Ohwrhoboo Co..tr. F........ offered for ale *t public- outcry for LOIS O. WILLIAMS old :year together with the
the higheit and beat east bid. anbjeet costs of sale specified ia the law trov.ernlas Okeeehobee, Florida. by J. M.Roner .
Defendant.
said District will t* Bold at
to the rlcht of the TVnateea of the Internal : ,owner Its Atlantic KatT
NOTICE TO APPEAR public auction becianlaa; at 12 o'clockeenn
Improvement. Faad aid of the the 1 5y of Jan.. 1947 at
Bank Jackaonrllle Florida.
NOTICE.: NOTICE Board of Commissioner of Everglades TO LOIS Q,WILLIAMS- Residence the front door ef the Count House U
Drainage DUtrict to reject say and all Unknown? the City of Okeechobee. Florida and
bid. at the Courthouse beclaaiag at until said sale I eomoleted. FOR SAX,&-New Caaa Tractor
Notice fa herebyft that a .Notice i. hereby' liven that on You are hereby required to appear eoatUniBB- ,
te 00 o'clock A. Mon the len day efJoo A complete list of such delinquent "LA"
Bill will be tntrodnoed at the 1M7Seashm and after April 15. 1947. I will not 1947. Aa to all parcels, land of to the Bill of Complaint filed SBds I* available for public Inspection Model dual vheeU. Can
be for debt or obligation tea acre or more, title to one-half .r In the above styled cause on or before during the business hours at the officeof be seen at Domer" Machine Shop
ot ttt Florida Led.1&ture responsible any petroleum and three-fourth of other Monday the Uth day of June. the Tax Collector for the County of
'2USt. Laws Incurred by my wife BernIce mlaerala will be reserved by Trustees Okeechobee I. the Court house *t
amending Chapter of ate lateraal Improvement Fand 1947. The same being a eult for Okeechebee. Florida. and Inquiries a. FOR-SALE Frlsidaire. 4 ft. site;

Florida. Acts of.1SU. eo sat to exclude Phlllipe Royster. Easements: for road right of war 2O' divorce otherwise allegationsof to the land Included la said delinquent 5 burner oil store and one single =
certain land now embraced Dated at Okeechobee. Fla. this feet wide will be reserved by aid Tree said bill will be taken aa confessed Rat by aaall or by telephoae. or la
t... from any. parcel throajrb which person dartar business hour, win be bed.-Mais. W. H. Russell Parrott
In let of May. lt 7. by the said defendant.It Fully th office ef aid
within the Ko. Teaoe area day there U an existing state road: andeasement answered by *
la further ordered that this order Tn Colkodor. avenue
Bad tcelamatioai
Florida.c W. O. ROTS$R. for drainage
Okeechobee Ceo&ty. ALDERMAN Tx Collector
will be reserved week for BESSIE
and for read purposes be published once a Florida.

E. DEATVOY. NOTICE<< : by: the*Board Drainage of Commissioner DUtrict. of Everglade four successive week la the Okee Okeechobee County. NOTICE TO J.O.O.P. MEMBERS =

Chairman BOardCOnntyCommlaelontlar Description See Twp. RA chobee News a newspaper published There win be" held an Important
NOTICE 1* hereby gives that a Bin Lot .. Block 2. Wrirhf* First Add. In said County and State NOTICE !
wtU be lBtn>4ace4 la tho vreoea Lot i, .. 7 20, Biock 0. Ctty ef Dated at Okeechobee Florida meeting Friday night May 33. at
MHIoa.r the Florida Leclalalaroreqatriar OklIobee. 1:00 of !
P. M. We are nominating
JfOTKS"TO 'JKKJOneJuce tnVNBBS the Electora of Okocchobee BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF this the 7th day of May 194?. Notice Is hereby given that a s
Court} te B.tei.t.r prior to tile EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT (SEAL) facers for the coming term. 'C.
mJ ''land; martod Primary aid iweal Elocttoa U IMS." TRCSTEFS OK THE INTERNAL Mabel Raulersoa Sheffield Bin will be introduced at the 1947 Clay Noble Grand:

uttdet- IMPROVEMENT FIND OF THE Session of the Florida Legislature
crop la MM ear; vereJpe STATE OF FLORIDA.Bj Clerk Circuit Court.

Half; Flew d. Lie. I baTe been -Mabel lUaferoea. Sheffield.Agent By Connie W. Rnle...... D. C. authorising the Board of County |500 REWARD_ oorl tJ
daia- NOTICE for Trustee of the Internal T. W. Conely. Jr and Clerk of Clr
Commissioners
unable u fUd.mer_to hog: Improvement Fed aid for Board any person or persona who eat

ages to me by this Hoc now ant of CommiaaloBer of Everglades Okeechobee. Florida cult Court of Okeechobee County my fence. .'- 't. ;
Notice IT Jiereby Liven that a District OkeecbebeeCoaatv. Solicitor for Plaintiff. ,
call teals Drainage Florida to cancel and destroy alBond .
HOLMES. .
Owner
NATHAN
outs to UO. O. '
Florida. 1 11 23 30 June $-(6t)
Bill will be Introduced la the present (May .
J. W. EUerbee.aad all hoC owasa (May 14. 23. 94 Jane a-un or other obligations of said (Up) -
__loB of the Florida Legislature -
keep JOur hogs lops -of our pasture County which have been accepted

except John Norman and R. M. extladMi'all lands la Okeechobee A "hash slinger" the young Thoughtless folks are the kind in payment of taxes.C. FOR SALE-Home.baked Cakes A

Dnrrance.--J. W. EU rbe*>- and 'County now embraced within lady who stands behind the sloth who never forget your obligation E. DRAWDY. Pies decorated for all occasions.

the limits of ErorgladV Drala- and dishes oat the very to them but they never remember
fountain '
UorrU Loftln. No Trespaaaln Chairman Board of County -Mrs. Gladys Clay.Clay's: Tourist s =

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: Assures Homes for Vets JAMESTOWN, ndg "
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l onists who debarked on Jamestown-beach May to : '

.. mark the first landing of permanent English settlers in the::: ,::

: f ; New World will be paid at annual commemorative ceremonies -: : l

y.f '. By BAUKHAGE here Sunday.May 11. : ,

1 .,s.:.f New Anslftt,W Commentator. In the hallowed little Jamestown Memorial church reU- '
,; main feature of the 01 ;:
I; ; !t .., WNU Service 1616 Eye Street.N.W. built 613 new houses-100 per cent gious services will be conducted as the > ,

; ?? .' Washington D. C. more houses than were ever builtin servance. JamestownDayasMay13lsdeslgnatedhasbeen-

1 (Tint It the third of tenet descnb any previous year of the city's observed under sponsorship of the Association for Preservation -: 1

? ':1 ,tug bow Amtnc tngenuttj is helping history. In addition, Yorkites add-. of Virginia Antiquities annually for half a century.The I

:,1t to solve ont of Amends biggest ed 481 new dwelling units by con- tower of the original James-
,, <, Problems-4bt G.I:t No. 1 bedcb*- verting old houses Into apartments.Of town church, long the only visible

r ,4; the bousing shortage). coarse, this didn't Just hap relic of Old Jamestown dates backto LlG -

; u... WASHINGTON-Have you been pen. It was made to happen bya 1639 perhaps longer. Of particular J

: .jj E In York" Pa.. lately? It's a big. great many local people determined Interest are the loopholes In n "ems.

: little town of ?,OOO population in that York' veterans the tower through which colonists J

.. ; aouthem Pennsylvania with a hinterland would have a place to live. fired at Indian marauders. Original ; ,
f ___ -y of rich farm country of the
> s wheretables The big drive got under way last and unrestored. the tower Is constructed :.AVIATIONNOIESi
famous Pennsylvania Dutch
with seven-sweet-and- year when a survey showed that one SCHOOL AT NORTHERNMOST OUTPOST There seems to be n* of hand-made bricks and ,
f groan out of three York veteranswas laid In English bond. AIRPORT CHATTER '
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:, good victuals every evading the traditional "three R'a. These little Eskimo residentsof mortar
? \ oven-sour dishes as
e, :Y- t as you'll find though you wonder living doubled up with friends Point' Barrow northernmost outpost of the United States, are .Built as Memorial. Airplane dusting of farm crops 1

.(" the world between hon d'oeuvres or relatives In dilapidated old learning them at the Point Barrow school (background) from Amen In 1907 the tri-centennial of the was studied at a conference of pilots, .;

E aDd, baked alaskas from pole to pole buildings In need of major repairs, ican teachers. Point Barrow, a little village covered by snow the year founding of Anglo-Saxon civilization farmers and scientists at Rutgers ::

t. ,t and back again. or In trailers without standard around, is the center of extensive oil explorations started by the navy In the Western Hemisphere. the university New Brunswick, N. J. _
.1 plumbing faculties. Thats the way it In 1944.NEWS. memorial church was erected over which was believed to be one of the :
i ; y. York Is a busy place, a place of was in York a year ago when Mayor '
the massive three-foot foundations. first meetings of Its kind ever held. <
r i .1 .. bustling Industries whose products John L. Snyder appointed an 18- chancel of the -,
buttresses and tiled centered around ;
Discussions
: new
[ are known from coast to coast. It member housing
.1 emergency com-
is also a town which can lift its eyes mittee. REVIEW church of 1639. The old church was Insecticides and fungicides useful la ;

s from the plowshare and the forge to burned during Bacon's rebellion In large scale dusting operations.
1 think,. imply and soundly, about The committee's decision was that 1676. rebuilt not long after, but at Weather problems affecting airplane :

j:' caring for its own. It's a town of York should be able to provide some unknown period In the 18thcentur'7 gifting also were discussed.. The ,;;

.' !I Ingenuity. 1,200 1,800 this new year.units They In 1946 called; a another meet Big 4 Parley Is Failure; ten Into was ruins.abandoned and gradually city of CUrinda.Iowa was granted 1 0-

title to 294-acre tract formerly
\ ._ Walk out to the Midland avenue ing of every one concerned with housing There still earlier log a
was a
section with me. You come upon a ; asked each builder to stand used as a prisoner of war camp. ; "
up dturclTwUb cobblestone foundations .
t J ____ batch of clapboard arid ten the group how many of Wheat Pact Is DelayedMOSCOW The' property was deeded over by t "
fragments of which ma"be
War Assets administration with the
1 houses i'
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i the needed
houses he would build in
., seen in the graveyard. It
that it be used as an air
line both stipulation
they
1946
] ;f sides of the street quota.until the pledges met the \ MEETING\ : was In this church probably port. Prior approval of a $80,000 ,

for a whole block New evidence turned up by the FBI built In 1617. that the first legislative airport bond Issue and a federal

I -In various Shortages of materials were a serious Little Accomplished according to the prosecutor Is the assembly In the New grant of $53,000 will provide funds: t

stages of comple- threat to this undertaking but After seven weeks of wrangling, typewriter used In preparing the World was convened July 39, f 5r developing the field. Use of
York builders had accepted their the false invoices of the lumber 1619 with Sir George Yeardley. Y'
1 tion. One group of foreign ministers' conference at company light aircraft has been found effective
workmen Is finishing quotas and were determined to build Moscow ended in a state banquet. through which it Is alleged the royal governor presiding by the Ogden Utah police de E
houses. When they couldn't find the Results May received the bribes. This historic event took place
the grading of the parley were extremely partment. The department recently -1-
-ii on lots an- scarce materials near home they disappointing, even to more than a year before the has utilized small planes to search
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iI went to Buffalo, to Ohio, to Hagers- WHEAT AGREEMENT: Mayflower set sail from Plym
I other hauls plas- town. Md.Members. those whose expectations had been for a missing deer hunter, found :'.
: ter Into a house; small. It had been hoped that a British Won't Sign oath. stranded In the rugged Wasatch

,! i r.o still others unload of the housing committee treaty for Austria would be workedout Back of the chancel railing among mountains, and to locate a sheepherder
door frames pitched In with enthusiasm. One but even preliminary agree There will be no worldwide the remains of the 1639 church may lost on the desert

1 1 across the street of them came back from a Sunday ments could not be reached. The agreement of wheat-producing be seen the "Knight's Tomb," formerly .

I and the fin drive with two ken of nails in his more important matter of the Ger countries on prices and marketing Inlaid with brass, which was
put -

s Bankhage car the he discovered procedures in the near future. This Out of consideration for fox
ishing touches to -bought on spot when man treaty suffered the same fate,
1 I I a little country hardware as expected. seems certain as the International whelps at Owatonna Mina., a,
the roof of a house being built fora
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; a veteran. store that had some. Someone else Secretary of State Marshall blunt- Wheat conference in London has Sight _of America's mightiest

I' found a millwork concern in a near ly blamed the Russians for obstructing broken up on British refusal to sign army bombers changed COOTS.
)' 'J : Go a little farther downtown and by town which had some door frames the negotiations. He the proposed plan. Negotiations have ': : Informed by Wayne C. WeD,
; .1 you come to the Elm street houses- been in of for farm sear
for sale. charged that the Soviet delegationhad progress for many weeks in manager a
6' neat, obviously new, two-bedroom To "widened rather than narrowedour an attempt to formulate a five-year '.I.i\ _;'. Owatonna that the roar of neB
keep prices down, local .
s 4 bungalows which have just bow sold
builders differences." price and marketing schedule.: one plane makes the female fox:
i to veterans for $3,250 each. voluntarily cat profits. -
; :-j One went so far as to take a profIt Principal points of controversywere Sir Herbert Broadley British del- extremely nervous and fearfulfor
On the other side of town. In Park of only $50 per house en a the definition of German and egate, explained his reason for rejecting 'IiLit: !. \ her young, army officials re-
1 Village, you can drive for blocks the vised the scheduled course for
large group of veterans houses Austrian assets which the Russians draft was that the price
,t through winding streets flanked by Because want as reparations and the disar- scheme In it would not enable the a flight of B-23s making a simulated -
f new houses,partly completed houses, converting to apartmentsis mament and demilitarization plan price of wheat to fall Quickly J ; attack on Mbme. Us.
and '
quicker takes less
excavations for and materials
houses ,
the cheerful song of,the everywhere ham York also undertook a campaign known as the "four nation treaty." enough to a reasonable level. "The ; i'I.'V'_.;. ." .

:E I 1 .' mer and the saw, the lap of pouring In this direction, aided by the Cham- Almost the only proposition accepted United "Kingdom cannot afford to ,. CAA, LISTS 4.431 PORTSIn
was ene, introduced by Russian pay excessive prices for Its Imports
I 1 concrete the thud of the pick in the ber of Commerce, the local housing connection with the national
Foreign Minister Molotov. that he said. "The world must:
deep soil. expediter banks, press and radio.In Ot;:, airport plan under the federal aid
a all German of In face much lower wheat
1946-a year when shortages prisoners war prices for
airport act. Civil Aeronautic administration -
When the lights go on at night Allied hands than ",,"
brought building programs In many be returned to Germany those ruling at present, but we has listed 4,431 airports
you will notice that a great many communities to dead by December 31. 1948. want to see those prices achieved ,
a York
,
? of the fashioned stop -' .' ;; which should be constructedor
< three-story built twice as many houses as had Failure to complete the Austrian In a manner which protects the producer
Improved during the next three
t tf f
I. row houses In downtown York
t 1 lighted from top to bottom. You'dcuess are been produced there in any previous treaty means that occupation troopsof against hardship and enables years. From the Est will be selected

year. York's goal for 1947 Is 1,800 the four powers win remain In necessary switches to be made .. projects to be Included m the fiscal
that lot of living
i people
a were -
Austria for several months. without "
new living units. The folk In Yorkaren't more disaster.
1 In those houses. You'd be right. HISTORIC CHURCH This 1948 construction program, depending
ic- t The buildings have been converted promising anything; the7aren't WAR GRAFT Delegates from Canada, Australiaand view shows the Interior of historic on the amount of funds appropriated
I talking about what they're going : India followed the British lead.
11 A j' Into email apartments. Jamestown Memorial church decorated by congress and relative
': { to do. But In the first four Garsson Case AgainA Leslie Wheeler: U S. delegate, for services commemorating urgency of each projectIncluded
: It locks
as though York is getting months
of the year-with the build-
; [ Itself pretty well housed. A glance ing season just getting under way- new move In the drawn-out war urged Immediate acceptance of the the arrival of the first English on the list are 417 large

at the figures confirms just how well they've filed over 1,100 applicationsto contracts graft case of Representative draft.. This Brazil's delegate secondedhim. colonists. As the alga indicates, airports (those with paved runwaysof

t the town is doing. In 1946 York build houses. May and the move was rejected. markers In the floor are unknown 4,300 feet or longer). 3,850
r Gars.on'brothers Wheeler then asked that the proposal graves. smaller airports and 164 seaplane

will be May's testimony be sent to the International bases. Grand total cost of construction -
lfo. lfo. JI. Jf.III
wheat council which will be held in stolen at an unknown time. It Is the Is estimated at $983.800.000.

In his own .Washington, and that countries not only tomb of Its kind In Americaand which would be divided between

1 J I II; School Boys Learn Constitution I It defense., Sawyer His Smith lawyer a w now conference adhering be invited this to join. The 'is supposed to be that of the federal funds of $441,600.000 and

: told the court thatit accepted request. same Sir George Yeardley.; who diedat sponsor's share of $544,200,000.Of .

t On a 140-acre fruit farm a couple is untrue that the NO RENT BOOST Jamestown In 1627. the 4.431 projects; 2,550 wouldbe
i of miles from Olcott Beach where 71 .year old Kentucky : Countless dead are buried In the entirely new airports while 1,881

t: I used to go swimming and the name politician House Kills 10% Plan __ ancient graveyard which has been are existing fields requiring im

: i t. of which was taken by one of the profited from deals restored by the National Society of provement.A .
The house banking committee
; r sweet singers of the last generation reversing Colonial Dames of America.. Although e a o
.: (some of you remember Chaun- between the Gars- its previous stand, voted the actual number of graves
son munitions'n...Garsson down a proposal for a 10 per cent dramatic example of the use
cey Olcott of "My Wild Irish Rose") and the names of most of their occupants -
plants and Cumberland blanket increase In rents. It of air freight when combined
f- approved
anyhow on that farm a young have been lost in the shadows -
k Lumber company "AndrewJ. and sent on for action a bill with a bit ., Ingenuity spared
boy strained with the pruning of time. a number of Interestingold
May win take the stand and explain continuing controls until
t' knife; stretched to pluck the fuzzy December tombstones still remain. some Z* families In Alaska Ule'
to you how'evef7 dollar of 31. The
senate
banking committee
Niagara county peaches. set Grave of President necessity of spending the winterIn
xe that money was spent and how not already has voted
I 'That was scarcely o decade ago. unanimously An ancient tombstone marks the Igloos or other Improvised
f one cent went to Andrew *
JMay. against any raise and the:senate *
On final resting place of Benjamin Harrison housing. The Ingenuity came
tl a bright March day this same the lawyer asserted.On bin would continue control
3 until of from Williamson, Inc., of Sbeboygaa -
Y fellow now 17-came into office. I. ancestor Benjamin Harrisoiv -
my trial with May and
are Henry March 1, 1948.
of the Declaration FaHs, Wls. which built
signer of
E Since he
was a graduate of
a Murray Garsson, head of the war The vote In the house committeewas 29 '
Buffalo school Independence. Buried nearby is another prefabricated houses in stub
we had
something materials syndicate 14 to 10. As outlined by Representative mall ectlona that
In Benjamin Harrison ninth Northwest
common despite the
: gulf of theN
and
Joseph Wolcott chairman the
i We had president the United States. Airlines was able to fly them to
years. something else in Freeman the Gars- house bill provides: *
it "** The epitaph on the tombstone Anchorage Alaska.
common too. I also had once won
son agent in Wash- of
L ; Continuance rent control 2ustaboat
w .. t a prize In oratory. 01 William Sherwood proclaims i a e .
: ington. The governm a sit is now until December
; Mine had to do with a gentleman e n t prosecutor 31, with the President having authority 4er all the modern world to !see
i --that he was "a great sinner."
named Spartacus when I was a Y contends that May by proclamation to keep ceilingsIn
Masten Park high school received The inscription, legend Insists,
entrant. $5.000 outright effect until next March 1 If he
a His was a far more timely topic- from the deems it necessary.A was made In accordance with a

the Constitution of the United States. Edward Smith of Buffalo, a win i Garssons and two new provision whereby. tenants provision of his wUL

Ills name is Edward Smith and he'sa ner In the American Legion oratorical checks for $1,000 and landlords may voluntarily enter An intruding sycamore tree, now
graduate of St. contest based on the Constitution more than 130 years old has dIs-
Joseph's on Main eacn for "IntervenM. lease contracts for up to 15 per cent
street in Buffalo. U being quizzed by turbed the eternal sleep of the Rev.
Garsson mg with war department increases in rent, provided these
Smith is one of the four national Bankhage also aa ex-Buffalo I offi leases do not expire before December James Blair,.founder of the College

winners of the American Legion's schoolboy, on the Bill of Rights cials" in behalf of tho companies. 31. 1948. of William and Mary, and of his
n wife Sarah Harrison Blair. They
oratorical contest held each year to
stimulate American high schoolboys began their long sleep side by side

to study and understand the WARNS OF SURPLUSES but the tombstones have been

Constitution. Never was such an undemanding pushed far apart by the misdirected FASTEST. BOMBER America's

needed more. .- tree which now has fragment of fastest bomber Consolidated .
the stones embedded in Its trunk Vnitee Jet-propelled XB-46,teoompletiac
Winning was no cinch. Two hundred -
thousand boys from every state Program Anaoimeed. flight tests at Ktaroo
entered this year. Smith (there Strong: Farm Program Urgedmaintain : Officiating at the commemorative army airfieldUnder secret development

weren't too many 'Smiths" In this religious service will be the Bt Rev for two years the XB-

contest, he told me) had to face WASHINGTON, '-' I '-" '-" William A. Brown bishop of the 46 is powered by four J-35 turboJet -
Expanded consumption greatest
cooperative endeavor be- rigidly high prices by cut- Episcopal diocese of southern Virginla engine housed In two lewslung
nine different critical
audience: and adjusted productionare tween farmers and the government ting down production and applying The
one In his school: one In the city of the of strong ," O'Neal criticized "a tendency monopolistic.cootrols. If labor I naeeOes. needle-chape
major points a or The historical address will be given 1M
roselag Is fees
in Erie bag ealy seven
Buffalo; one county
one In
; farm recommended by to develop centralized control going to Insist upon maintaining Paul Green
program by author of the hIs- feet less than toe 113-foot
district in the wingspan -
the : one zone in
; one Edward A. O'Neal, president of of these programs from Washington. rigidly high wage rates and to continue torical drama. "The Lost Colony." ,
the state; ,one In the region; one American Farm Bureau federation. ." instead, be urged transfer of such Increases In wages with- e e e

"r in the section, and then the final heat in testifying before the house agriculture larger authority to state extension out regard to productivity and to

-the national contest at Charleston committee."It services as a means of effecting enforce such rates with scarcity Racing ResponsibleFor PREFER PACING BACK
W. Va.Smith's Ninety-four per cent of
transcontinental
savings in costs and providing policies which discourage consumption :
would be folly to assume that
theme was that Americans we win not have burdensome surpluses greater service to the masses of and throw people out of work -Taxless CountySARA' army air transport commend:
must not be too complacent about farmers. and onto relief rolls. passengers prefer to sit facing tn*
the dangers of Communism; that of farm produce again" that O'Neal Informed the house committee ItIs this approach which leadsto G.i SPRmG$. N, Y<_ rear of the airplane it was shown In

our Constitution In Itself Is not pro may wreck farm prices. O'Neal which Is considering a long- economic chaos Virtual elimination of taxes Is.pos- a five month survey.The command

'; tection for our form of government warned.In range farm policy that his organization Tanners believe In an economy sible In Saratoga' county as a result conducted' the experiment en its

> -that its duties and privileges must endorsing reciprocal trade has not come to final conclusions of abundance and stand: ready to of the county's cut from pari-mutuel "statesman flight between Wash

'r.. constantly be exercised by every cit principles the farm leader declaredthat on the subject, but be read join with Industry and labor to betting at the race track. ingtoa and Fairfield. Calif. Of the
izen. He told me incidentally that "agriculture more than ever this statement: achieve maximum production and Under a state law passed primarily 1,02) passengers Queried In the our f

{,' Communism in relation to the Constitution needs an expanded volume of foreign "We recognize the desirability of maximum employment through to aid New York City, Saratoga vey. 658 favored reversed seating.
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was quite a popular subjoct trade to absorb its output. fun agricultural production but price policies and wage policies county last year levied a S percent Riding backward. ATC surgeons report

a among this year's contest entrants. Although describing farm legislation agriculture c.umoma1Dta1n: full which are geared to, a maximum tax on race track'betting. Thecounty's I* safer in the case of trash

since the early 'SOs as "the production tt Industry Is going to level of consumption." cut amounted to $1,062,000. landiga-since paraseagcrag have the
and the budget la about $730,0001 entire: seat for support.r .

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PRINCESS WITHOUT SHOES short season, but
Perhaps never again la history Slivered Green Beans
of the British royal family will a,photographer have a chance to snap today's recipesshould Potato ChipsAvocadoGrapefruit JffL yoiULjutuAtLfilUf.It

Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth standing In her stockingedfeet. helpOU Salad

The Queen: left, damaged her own shoes. Princess Elizabeth make the most of Beverage I Saving tBDn.cli
what
them. Eat
loaned her shoes to her mother, then so that n' wouldn't spoil her Strawberry Sherbet

: fun promptly forgot the Incident while enjoying the sights of South you can get the now red, Recipe given. ******* *** ***
t Africa with her mother and guest unidentified. 1 but put up i
ripe strawberries

-.. .- so ;you can enjoy heat and stir In liquid pectin. Stir
; 1I : them next winter. and skim fruit turns for S min- Iw Town i i6IJ
> KING by
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q. v If you want to have fresh straw- utes. Pour into sterile glasses and
I : ____________ Frederik IX, Denmarkwho be-
the around forvery with .
I t ... :; : .: came: bead ot the ancient throne berries an year cover at once paraffin.StrawberryPineapple ad4w

:r upon the death of his father King special occasions, you may Jam.
; i' Christian X, 76-year-old monarch want to freeze them, ifOU are fortunate Combine equal parts of strawberries -
to have freezing shredded pineapple with
enough a and
who ruled bis country for 35 years.WHO r
unit. Otherwise, can them whole, sugar equal in o i

t or put them up as marmalade, weight to the
Jam or Jelly. fruit. Bail until Jr1oUGkV

mob : If the berries seem' a bit expensive thick and clear, t

you can stretch them bus- H as for Jam. Pour I

-0-" ,. fag fruits that go well with them in 'i into sterile Jan I

Jams, such as pineapple or rhubarb. and seal at once
! Budget ;your canning sugar now too If your taste
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so you'll have enough .for all t- turns to cool, refreshing -

your needs of the season. desserts

Strawberry Marmalade. that make use oi

(Hakes 12 6-onnce glasses) strawberries immediately -

y 4M1 2 oranges then yoa'H; want to hang
2 lemons onto these two which take it easy-

;I H cup water on the sugar supply. Both of these

i$ teaspoon soda may be made easily in an automatic

'. : 1 quart strawberries refrigerator tray. ftltrxats well acts

'" .c<<> -" .-" "", ,, a_ M1 7 cops sugarH Strawberry well, it wett -on a basic diet of Gro-
bottle fruit pectin (Serves 4) Pup Ribbon These crisp, toasted ribbons !
: FORGETS CHILDREN .:. Charles Phillips 102, of San Francisco, Remove rind from oranges and H cup granulated sugar give him every vitamin and

t says he has six children but cannot remember how many sons er lemons. Cut off white membrane;: J4 cup light corn syrup mineral dogs are known to need.Economical
'I daughters. He says they are all old enough to chew hay. He Is pictured Force rinds through food chopper. 1 cap cold water too. Gee box supplies a*

In local hospital recovering from a minor ailment. Add water and soda, and bring to 1 quart washed hulled strawberries much food by dry weight as fire 1-lb.
cant: of dog food! Gro-Pup also comes
Cook sugar, corn syrup and water
boiling Cover and simmer 10
point
._ In Heal and la Pd-Ettt. For variety
_..____ mn' .m until mixture spins a thread or until >
'1 minutes. Add orange and lemon
IS AFRAID This boa, li feed an threelI
pulp with Juice. Simmer for 20 min thermometer registers 228 de
feet lone, was flown to the Chase
wild animal farm, Egypt, Mass., utes. Add crushed strawberries. grees. Mash strawberries, and add T
Dogs qg r
from South America. Far from Measure 4 cups of prepared fruit: to syrup; mix well and chifl. Turn I

ai fearing death by constriction,)Ir.. add sugar. Bring to boiling and bon into freezing tray and let freeze un- GRO-PUP

1 : Marion Chase wraps the boa 5 minutes. Remove from heat; stir, til firm stirring the mixture once : it
with fork.
or twice a
in fruit
pectin.
around oversized her ornament.neck as some gaudy Let stand 5 min r4 r -StrawhenSherbe&. 1a.0a ......

utes. Skim and ; (Serves 4)

; o seal In hot. sterile ... IK cups strawberries p

Tai v nr ? glasses. 2 tablespoons lemon Juice -p..a of-
aMa
Another strawberry H cap canned .sweetened condensed
# milk
favorite for
the season is jelly 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten
Press measured berries through a -.
but in this 1\
sieve. Add milk and lemon Juice,
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is extended
recipe the precious fruit
y '. chfll Fold In stiffly beaten
y then
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ink rhu- '.
with ;young strawberrT. FLASHES
S by egg whites. Turn into freezing tray
barb.
kr'
t1' : Strawberry-Rhubarb J eU-. and chill In automatic refrigeratoruntil Women la :your -40'.'. Doc tbto
frozen around the edges. Turn fonettqnal M_ period peculiar
$ (Slakes 12 6-ounce glasses) to Woman cauM Km to differ hot
mixture Into bowl and beat thoroughly
tIaah_ nervous t a"betnIqtr..
<4< cups juiceS
A with egg beater. Return to Urad feallnnr TrIeD do tryLydU 5.
cups granulated sugarS and Plakbam'a eetabto Compound tor
ounces liquid pectin tray freeze until firm. Ucro such aroiDtoma. its tum

___ cut about 1 If you are lucky enough to have Taken purpOMl .
__ To prepare fruit regularly-'Rnkt m't com
pound of fully ripe rhubarb into one- one of the crank freezers then you'llwant pound balpo build up re.Utane.againM *
a to make a share of strawberry such dleaes.Tbooa.ndsha e
zc Jfi'ch pieces and put through food .reportedto0iAattrisouls effoettr*
chopper. Crush thoroughly and ice cream for the week-end. &t

force through the food chopper 1 Truly there is nothing more tasty
ITIIA l.PIKHlJf LQYt
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quart of strawberries. Combine fruit and delicious than the pale pink Ice lear
'made with crushed. fully
and place In Jelly bag to extract the cream
ripe berriesServo It plain in all
Juice. Measure sugar and fruit Juke
its splendor and you won't need a
into and mix. Bring to a
Ii saucepan to with it. Do be sure to s
ii1 thing go
ii boil over high beat and add liquid
NEW DODGER MANAGER. have enough for seconds because
constantly.
at stirring
Bart Shelton who has been ap- pectin once there's nothing better than homemade

WOMEN' OF ACHIEVEMENT Chosen by the Women's National pointed as the manager of the Bring tt to minute.a full rolling Remove bon from and heat boil crank: freezer type strawberry 4Opsl.s

Press club as "Women of Achievement" are, standing, left to right: Brooklyn Dodgers to succeed the hard and skim. Pour into sterile glasses ice cream.Strawberry. -i.e..a weds ..4

I Mrs. Josephine Tighe Williams. who received: award posthumously suspended Leo Durocher, Shotton and cover with paraffin at once. Ice Cream. ..1ter e>ses.ato.a.arav.

her daughter Dixie Tithe; Eva Le Gattlenne. Dr. Esther CauklnBmnauer went to Brooklyn from Fensacoia Strawberry Jam is an old favorIte (Makes 1H quarts) 0..e u Blac4sk4a.spat .

and Beatrice Blackmer' Gould. Seated left to right: Dr. Fla.. and took Immediate chargeof with hot biscuits on ever8peo 1H cups milt scalded l .

; Helen'Brook Taosslg and 1j teaspoons vanilla extract soMa
of to : =
three pounds sugar necessary a
of salt
Dash
$ make 10 glasses of this delicacy, tease etrsoesxtsa
C tablespoons granulated sugar eNsIst coq.ttegaeliW.
J then here are the directions ,
94 cap corn syrup (light)
Strawberry Jam. 4733 a IDRSSatt L u
IK cape heavy cream
1 Makes It Seams classes) 1 quart washed boiled strawberries {

4 cups: prepared berries
J4 cop sugarStir
5 pounds (1 cups) sugar milk into eggs hi toy of double WNU-H L4- 41 I :

H af an S-eance bottle liquid pectinTo boiler. Cook until mixture coats

\ prepare fruit", place 2 quarts of the spoon. Stir In vanilla salt. 8

'AiHy ripe berries through a food tablespoons sugar and corn syrup; Watch YoiirKidneys

:1:1bx.h chopper; 'or. crush completely, one Cool then add cream. Uash straw-

: layer at a time. Measure sugar and berries and add to them % cup su.c1' /

fruit Into saucepan mix well and & Fold In custard mixture.'Freeze Help Them Oeaas the Blood

" Jt bring to a full rolling boQ. Stir constantly In a two quart freezer, using 8 parts el Bannfol Body WaateDOAHSPlttS iaw

before and while boffing. of crushed Ice to one part of salt td4e.lo w

t; SoIl hard 1 minute. Remove from Bil.-.iil by Wctn H.w.papr Caloa. ..e..uo.tdi.p..ds.frew .Wee41.... au r
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: j! LYNN SAYS: Never cook soaps with herbs fora .... ....qw. 'pqiM tie. wk.ie
long period of time as the herbs -
Boa Home SmoothlyWith _lord. .e = M
flavors.
1 lose: their delicate Sprinklethe .asi<
: These Tips herbs in the soup Just a few minutes _s of akw..eaiie e5aed.e .
ski iertiag .1 .ern.
To dry lettuce after It has been before serving to get the most sad ... bid4L
1j o taw--a l -
washed place In a small cloth band out of them.To ..'. _.sreiw, basa.wat7. eT
j STATUS DOUBTFUL .blllH and ... -
I shake It 'thorou&h1TThe bag save beat keep the kitchen ___
...oedbadssMtMth.s..es
Beta national weraen's single win absorb the water but the shak clean use pots and pans that fit neatly Ie e4th e.dssr......

tennis champion, arrived at New not bruise the lettuce leaves. over burners so that an heat p.aver..fri.ads'. Pea.Ie.pe._..ban tea lr.b testy..,.........
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York after her tennis tear ., E*. assure even browning of pancakes will be utilized. -''I'U7I t ppa.ttdie.iibs.oaM7
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Gregory sad his pet fez terrier .TeeeV left Brownsville Their number- U_ has ordered her to end participation ;. with a smaC bag of salt. Tits eliminates to TU liquid farm from doors Pour owybarl'

a taree-wheeled motor scooter'bound for Alaska. bora la amateur 'events dae smoking and simplifies clean- lee water on the spots then scrape I VV
has beea Increased to five thanks U the- addition- ot three paps her big as wen. the fat off with a knife.
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l' .. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS .. Friday;May 16,1947.
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z Quarry Tile delicate flowers and graceful may go hand in hand if auto fiendsdo Mrs. Nora Phelps was carried to t

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yon read how a group of As Doc Walters says,that sort of :!
1 Industrial experts hare decided that life just naturally sets you up for
,T r Gogsute the snail town is the place for illwork the next day...whether It.. t ij
G.EgNgtitq dostrj-not big .Reasons they ia office, mill 'or field. And Doc :
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wholesome recreation. lag"constitutional"w his eVeniBg
Well, looking around our town glass of beer with friends.
s I'd say that was about right.Most From where I sit, any industry
of us own our homes,and keep them could profit from being in a town f
.. 1 Nr }c.c, looking nice;we enjoy each other's where wholesome hiring temper, .
iJ company: and our recreations are ante, and friendship are the.rule. "
mostly simple outdoor sports and -
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