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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 33-No. 1 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 23, 194 .

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Ct. Cwnmisswners Legion Post No. 64 And Commencement I I School Lunchroom Food Baccalaureate Services !In AuditoriuM f;

Auxiliary Meet In Expenditures Are

Transact Business, Joint SessionThe I Exercises Fqr The Allowed and Paid Of School at 8 P. M., Most Impressive f



IN legularSessioM" I 64 diet American in joint session Legion with Post No.the Class of 1947Commencement TALLAHASSEE-The County Board of Public Okeechobee In.- One And Highly,Enlightening To AH

s Legion Auxiliary on May 19. 1947 struction received $327.16 last week i

for a Joint installation ceremony. as reimbursement for school lunch Baccalaureate services were held r

I The Board' of County Commissioners The meeting was duly (opened by Exercises tor room food expenditures for the Baptist Church Will Hold Sunday night at 8 o'clock in the .
of Okeechobee County, the graduating Class of 1947 will month of March State Superintendent -
Poet Commander Alto Watford, Jr Homecoming: HereOn school auditorium for the 1947
1 ,Florida met In regular session on and be held May 23rd In the School of Public Instruction Colin graduating class.
immediately turned over to,
Next SundayThe
5 May b. 1947 at 10:00 A. M. A. G. Shand, 9th district commander Auditorium at S P. M. Engish announced in Tallahassee. Varying scllghtly from the past
Present'werc* Commissioners C. The program has been arrangedas English said that three schoolsin
I of Fort Lauderdale or Installation First Baptist Church of years all the seniors both girls f i
E. rawdy, chairman; M. E. Mob- ceremonies.: follows: the county had filed claims for Okeechobee will hold their annual and boys wore white caps and \ \
ley O. J. Chapman R. M. Durrance, Processional-'Pomp and Circumstance" reimbursement and that the check:
Mrs, A. G. Shand was In chargeof Homecoming at the church house gowns, and wore them proudly. :
. .. M. O. Kent
I and W. P. Walker; Attorney T. W. the ceremony for the Auxiliary represented 100 per cent paymentfor with Rev. M. M. Martin delivered a \
Jr.'Sheriff'N. Stewart Invocation .... Rev. W. R. Howell claims filed.Commenting here ,next Sunday morning
Lonely, 0. The folowing were visitors in- Song "PerfectDay" the regular eleven o'clock services r\rerant and appropriate sermon \
3 and Clerk llabel Raulerson She'I cluding Mr. and'Mrs. Shand of Ft. which was a lesson not only to the
. ... W. D. Boehmer on the fact that he followed by a picnic dinnen served ,
field. Lauderdale: John Day. 9th District' on the grounds. graduates but to everyone who was .___
Commencement had received more than 8,000 tele-
The minutes of the held
'I : meeting Committeeman- of Lake Worth and Address .... L. Grady Burton grams and postcards urging favorable Rev and Mrs. E. M. C. Dunklin present.
in April ,read and approved.The
were Mrs., Day; Howard Shorder. com- Rev. Willie Lyle opened the service -
Presentation are expected to arrive here today
of the
; action on the Education Bill,
report of the County Welfare mitteeman from Hollywood Fla.; Class . ... ... Joel Nalley Senator ,Matthews of Jacksonville and attend the services. with the invocation and was I
Board was presented and ordered 1\lrs. Etta Cappleman of Hollywood. Awarding ofDiplomas termed The church and its members extend followed by scripture reading by
it the "worst propagandacampaign"
filed in of Clerk of Circuit
the Office
The blowing made good Rev. C. H. Eiland. '
very . Carl T. Durrance he had ever seen. Sen a cordial invitation to everyone
Court and helpful talks: Commander' . who will to come and bring Music was furnished by the : ,
Benediction Rev. C. H. Eiland ator Walter Rose opined that the
i The following County Deeds were Shand. Mrs. Day, Mr. Shorder and Methodist xhobv who as their t 1
sang ti
Recessional.. . M. O. Kent State had paid for most of the tele their basket and enjoy the day'
approved: Mrs. Shand. The past and present with them.Digest. first number "The Lord Is My, I ;
: grams and said something ought
Allan Hancock, et ux commanders of Post No. 64, also i Shepherd. Following the sermon_ 1
to be done about it.
t H. S. Smith, et nx past and ,present presidents of Auxiliary Veterans CornerJOSEPH I they sang the anthem The Lord Is t
Of RecentOpinions
Will Stine "
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made speeches. My Strength. I fRev. .,
Ronald J. Fruda The following were installed: E. GUM WANTED-Small new or used ice. W. R. Howell dismissed,the \

William IL Price Vincent Boromei. Commander; Court House 9 .jn. to 1 pm. Tuesday box. See Wilson at Nix Camp.. By The assembly with the benediction. i :

Claud V. Gardner: Carl Hoffman. 1st vice-commander; i i.

Linnle BlairJohri'c. L. W. Rlgsbee, 2nd Tlce'command.I I (A public service feature offeredby Earl Tillman and wife of Stuart General OMAR HUNT LEFT YESTERDAY"

Rutledge. et ux er: Carmil L. Box. adjutant: Chas the Okeechobee News In cooperation were visitors in town Tuesday eve. Attorney FOR SIX WEEKS TRIP \

Trustees Okeechobee Memorial D. Hardln. chaplain; W. D'Agos- with the West Palm """""-"'- TO THE.NORTH AI
Post No. 8195 V. F. W. tlno, Sgt. of Arms; Salter Watford, Beach Contact Office of the U. Dr. E. D. Harris was carried backto What is a crippled child* The fM.t.

Messrs. Raifsnlder and H. H. Finance Officer Percy Simmons, S. Veterans Administration.) the Veterans Hospflal at Miami. Florida Crippled Children's Commission and Mrs. Omar Hunt left i

I Raulerson representing the Boy Historian.The I last week where he Is again undergoing asked Attorney General J. yesterday morning for Lakeland '

Scouts of America requested a do_ following were installed in i Q. I was discharged from the U treatment.AN Tom Watson if a child may be con- where they spent the day with Mrs. \
nation for the Boy Scouts. Upon Hunt returning to her home here '
the Auxiliary: Myrtle Watford S. Army in May, 1945. Are read. sidered crippled, and attended by .-
of Commissioner Chapman Watford, last night while Mr. Hunt joined
motion Peggy Hudson, DeRita justment allowances still available the commission, if it Is suffering
seconded Commissioner Walker D' ? OLDFASHIONEDBOX his father-in.law in making the '
by Ada M. Hancock .Josephine. to me from hernia, brain tumor or rheumatic -
a donation of $100 was granted. Agostlno. A. Yes. Readjustment allow SUPR1R heart. trip to DuBuque 111. where he will l

Mr. K. L. Worth addressed the After the joint ceremonies were ances are available to any eligible The attorney general replied that spend some time. .

Board with reference: to obtaining completed, there being no further veteran until two years after the An old-fashioned box supper will the legislature when It set up the i After" a visit there he will go to

duplicate Tax Certificates fort business the meeting adjournedand date of his discharge or release, be given by the Rebekah and I. O. crippled children's commission in- Rochester Minn. where he expects ... .
certificates lost. Upon until official 0. F. Lodges Friday night. May 30, to undergo treatment at Mayo
original a happy hour was spent by everyone or two years after the tended it to apply only to children
II motion of Commissioner Chapman eating ice cream and'cake termination of the ware, whichever. at 8:00 o'clock. Oven Park Drug with orthopedic conditions, which Brothers Hospital. He will be

( seconded -by Commissioner Mobley, also drinking soft drinks. is later. I Store. invited. would rule out children whose physical away about six weeks.
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the C1e.rkwas authorized .to issue Q. I am a World War II veteran Everyone cordially functions Impaired otherwise Y
duplicate State, and, County Tax VFW Will Handle and have been ill for five month. Jewel Rebekah Lodge No. 58, : are George Rhoden was carried to

Certificates for;' the following ,original Sale of At the end of my sixth month of By Thelma Clay Sec. the Veterans Hospital in Miami'
hue been Poppies total will I have to last week where he Is a patient.

I certificates .which inability continue An employer cannot make a person ,

s F lost or destroyed: Here Tomorrow paying my National Service Newspapers Get a agree to take part in a group' -
Certificate No. 251'Sale of 1939 Life Insurance premiums or is a i insurance plan as a 'condition _of Mrs Connie Raulerson and Mrs

1 Certificate No. 1986'Sale,of 1942. The l local chapter VFW Auxiliary waiver granted automatically employment. Attorney 7. Tom Watson Claude Gardner were visitors
will handle the annual "poppySALE Raise In spending Monday in Ft. Pierce.F. .
1' n..tDethel.Sloan and Corbett A. No automatic waiver of pre- Legal has advised State Treasurer
in Okeechobee tomorrow.,
i Norman'requested, the*.Doard. totae""i&cessarf miums is ever granted. A veteran and Insurance Commissioner Edwin -
F J-" *actloif-J f Indent: These,pc>p-Pl**'are..nade bf 1bi'J1",{ must be disabled for six monthsbetore" -- Ad Rates Larsoc ,frtTbe decclaratioa.,4f F. Bury: was carrtel td the Ar. :. t "
stationed ; : _
abled whoa.re& wwhe '
veterans tat n&y ha :
cadf b
waiver of )
their lands being flooded with water he" nay apply for a Rights oV the FloridaTcon tltution ,
permanently In the Veterans Hos- underwent-an'cperan ..MondaY
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; from ditches opened by the premiums. You are entitled to mea will not let an employer restrict acitizen's ,"
all the 'country'and half
pitals over He Is recovering
County. Upon motion of Commissioner claim for a refund of those premiums TALLAHASSEE May 15-The right to work'by any such
of the from the sales
proceeds
Chapman seconded J by Commissioner go you paid from the date on 1 Florida legislature has increasedthe requirement he added.
I back to those hospital veterans. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings*
Walker permission was which the waiver becomes effective. minimum rate for legal advertising -
The ladies will be around to see long time resident of Okeechobee :
given Bethel Sloan to stop up the for the first time since 1877'' An agreement under which a I
you and asked to donate but who now reside at Miami were
I you are
ditches opened by County (all liberally. Q. I received a portion of mrhusband.s to meet rising costs of publishing. man living In the Belgian Congo.' visitors_spending last Saturday and

( voted yes). compensation becausewe House and Senate Committeeswere and a woman living In Florida attempt i. Sunday visiting friends here.
'l. A motion was made by Commissioner are separated. Am J entitled told that costs of everything to complete a proxy marriage

': i Durrance,seconded by Commissioner Evans Electric Co. Lights to a widow's pension at his death? going Into the printing of a news.. canot be legally recorded In tne Miss Sadie Sanders and Mrs. J.

.t : Chapman to reject all i for Clerk's Office ,. .. 212.40 A. At the death of your husbandyou paper have gone up from 50 to 150 marriage records of the bureau of W. Barber of Miami were visitors

; bids on 'hangar received and re- FINE and FORFEITURE FUNDT. may be enltled to a widow's per cent since 1940. Many weeklieswere vital statistics Attorney J. Tom spending Saturday and Sunday In

'; .' advertised and receive bids on June W Conely, Jr. Docket pension notwithstanding the sep facing the further fact' that Watson has advised the state Okeechobee with Mr. and Mrs.- J.

< 2.1941. Fees April . . . 20.00 aration, provided you are otherwise newsprint paper could not be had health officer. The health officer II. Walker. ,r., and family.
The following vouchera were ap N. O. Stewart, Sheriffs I eligible.Q. at any cost last winter and only had sent him copies of such an

Ii 1 proved and ordered paid: Cost Bills April . . 258.29 Under what condiiona Is a recently have they been able to reclaim agreement for: marriage, together R B. Meserve City Manager for

'GENERAL FUND ROAtT and BRIDGE FUND i veteran entitled to outpatient scrap white paper to ease with a power of attorney executedby the City of Melbourne was a visit

County Officers Payroll Okeechobee Motor Co., Parts I treatment from Veteran's Administration the situation. Congress Is* proposIng the man appointed another. his or spending the last weekend in

J : ,Salaries, for April.. .. 1,026.60 and Labor Dist No.1.'.. 12.80 ? to increase second class maiL I I man his agent and proxy to engagein He recently underwent

} Bessie Alderman, Comm. Standard Oil Service Sta., A. A veteran whose disabilitiesare lug costs by which most ,newspaperS all ceremonies which might 06 an operation at the hospital I I.

t Ii' T. C. April . .. ... ..u 125.00r Fuel Dist. No 3 ..........*7.85 service connected may receive distribute outside their car., required to complete such a union I at Melbourne -*
R Robert LA Martin, Oomm. O. K. Garage Parts and outpatient medical, surgical and tier area.The and asked if they might be recorded I

,>" i T. A. April. .....?.- eo' 125.00 Labor Tractor ... ..... 58.08 dental service for servce connected new rate increase received' In the marriage record Mr. and Mrs. Morris Barnett and
1 County Welfare Board, Relief Clewiston Motor Co. diseased and injuries. Treament the support of more than two thirds. The attorney general said they daughters Carolyn and Sandra-at

r;*. Allowance April .*. :.. 350.00 Parts and Labor L....... 458.28 I may be given at a Veteans Administration of both houses of the legislature. could not. Florida does not recognize Arcadia were visitors spending II'

{ $ Basinger School Lunch Bd. Knights Serv. Sta. field station, or VA may proxy marriages.: the past weekend_ here with Mr.

Groceries April ......H 12.50 Fuel Dist. Nos. 3, 4, 1 .. 43.68S. physician RECITAL and Mrs. J. H. Walter, jr.
West Publishing Co. Supplies C, Paige Fuel A game and fish warden--don not Miss Mary Lee Withers aud Mrs.
to
CvILApril ..u...:.. ..., 3.00 Dists. NO$. 5, 4 ... ... .. 13.10 place of residence. The music pupils of Mrs. Minnie have authority without warrant Mary Bass of Miami spent Saturday =

PhotosUtt Corp. Supplies Payroll Dists. 1, 3, 5, Infor- Donaldson were presented in recital search the clothing or lodge Of the a and Sunday visiting relativesand I'

C. H. April *Hot h.. .. .. 86.35' Labor. April ....h...... 74.75 Veterans wishing further last Tuesday in the school hunter or fisher unless he jtlnds friends in Okeechobee.
game'and fish
& mation about veterans' benefits auditorium to the pleasure of the person violating: the
The II. ft W. B. Drew Co. Payroll"Dials. 3. 4, 5, Watson -
r Supplies C. H. April .... 7.2S | Labor April ... .... ... 173.70Scilarfsacbwerdt may have their questions personally many friends and relatives of the laws. Attorney General Tom-. Ad- Representative W. J. Hendry ar.
; answered by visiting or writing advised County Judge u. u from Tallahassee
rived home yesterday
participants.
C.
Bishop Office Equip. BUDS. Supplies
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Supplies c. H. April ...... 95.611 Dists. 1. 3, 4. .... .. 7.15 George Harry Moore. VA Contact Leading off the program wasa kins of Gil Christ county. The Judge to attend the Graduating 1 .
t Representative at 105 Atlantic are. asked if a warden could search Okeeehobe High
and had of the
James 'Typewriter & Supply Payroll Dlat. 5, Labor vocal solo by Lorine Klnard. Exercises

i f; !. Tax Col. Typewriter uu 15.001 April . . .. .. .. .. 56.00 Fort Pierce, Florida. in order of their appearance: the clothing and personal effects of School tonight He will >remain _
... Leona Waldron hunter, search his live box or the week-end before re.
Fla.Tower a Light Co. Payroll Dist 2. Labor Florida residents received a total Piano Solo a of his auto- here ore

i Elec.C. H. ft Jail. April ,.. %.0.72Ulmel" April .. .. . .... . 85.50 of U.650,059 in benefit paymentsfrom Piano Solo .. Emily Dora Hunter boat open tip the door the trunk or turning Tallahassee.Mrs. .
tar Inspect
Addlson mobile
Lonnie
Violin Solo .
EzelU Reps. C. H. Mabel R. Sheffield. Record .9
Life Insurance return'ed
the Mutual The attorney general Charles Hargrave
:W.;. Fountain to.....u u. 1SSO | ing Easement: S. R. D. . 2.55 company of New York during 1946, Piano Solo .. . Gain ThompsonVirginia I search the camp.warden must find the yesterday from the Florida
.. . Lamb said the
City of Okeechobee. Water Bores Lumber Co. Lumber it was disclosed by J. P. McNeil, Piano Solo .. of violating the Santtortum at Orlando where she

C. II., ft Jail. April ?...t.p 12.35 Dist. 3 . ... ..".... 33.92 Jacksonville manager of the company. Piano Solo .. .. .. Joyce Meyers suspect' In the act such searches can underwent an operation two weeks:
. state law*before
Shirley Douglas
I Vlclln Solo _
Withholding Tax Fund. Withholding Tax Fund. and, Sllvanus
; warrantMr. Mr.
I Hargravet
. Hancock be made without ago.
Taxes: withheld April ... 13.40IZ' i Taxes wtthbed April .. 12.30 Piano Solo Henry Harden made the trip there to
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. Marcia Rae Coker
Park Drug Co.. 2 Fountain T. W. Comely. Jr. Legal June is Dairy Month and the attention Piano Solo Stewart bring home..
Lawrenc her
: Pens Clerks Office ... ... boo ] Services R.W. ST., 66 .. 300.00{ of the public is called to the Piano Solo . Patsy Thompson and Mrs. of a son I'
.. Freda Thomas' the arrival
announce
Inter Co. Tel. ft Tel., Co. C. R. Raueraon Rt. of WayS. growing importance of Florida's Piano Solo NOTICE! '

; I Tet Clerk's Office April .. 4.251 R. 66 . . ._. .887.00' dairy Industry and urged to use Vocal Solo . Roberta Padgett I born. Monday. -
.. . Zora Coker:
,f Standard Oil Co. Fuel O. K Garage. Fuel more milk and dairy products in Piano Solo Table Top; five- NOTICE herebby given that
f I ... .. .. 4.60 Piano Solo . . Shirley Low FOR SALE-New Bulldera I.
<,: for Court House ...hh... 18.02 i and Labor Dist. 3 j their daily dIet. kerosene range Price the firm of Okeechobee
; N. 0. Stewart, Attend. AGRICULTURAL FUND piano Solo .. Betty Fay Thomas\ Imroer: Okeechobee News. Supply Company has been dieaoly_

'"Comm. April .......... .. 10.00 C. R. Boyles SaL and Exp. When one of our tick Investigators !.Piano Solo .. Osann Raulerson SS.OOt Inquire ed a* of April 15. 1WTAll:
. .. 150.00VETERAN'S stopped a patrolman's car for i Piano Duet Wanda
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Okeechobee County Bank. County Agent waterto I and account up to that date f noum
92.50 SERRT1CB FUND examination the other day the officer 1t.nx ,..... ..* Mrs. Donaldson Improper1 drainage causes : nt.'lmmedt.
r Aaslgn.-,4 ,-' trunk and Solo ........ Carol Domer form In lake and pool'about' a I be presented lor pa
him his car Piano
1 Sal.. Vet: ,showed
alit S. Eisenman Coroner Carml L. Box of
: Leon i ili ately.
} downpours
1 are :
( 5 "Inquest ............,.,..... 15.00 Serr. Officer%...H."'... 110.00 explained that all that'radio equipment Piano Solo '. Mary Ellen Wright' .town when there. ever see such conditions -!' Gr P. McGaalley 11
ticks \ Ellen rain do yon. -
to carry Piano Duet Mary _
designed
\Inter eo:. Tel ft Tel Co. There being no further businessthe was I. W. G. Rontir.if .-
Okeechobee.
.3 .'. In. Knight -. :. .... Carol Domer li about, El
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h Some Cities Talk9 For Children SoldierWNU r

i Housing: WNU Feature --
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Like every American girl and boy,the children of CQTtrv's ._' _sand

Builds soldier dead are entitled to,a normal home a =
Memphis Actually ."
f w : a happy childhood. To. assure them of that An1e c-;-

birthright,Veterans of Foreign Wars maintain theYj:; !

1 r- National home in Eaton Rapids; Mich., for widows.a: :
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LIr i ., By BAUKHAGE phans of ex-serviceiaen,, y

; i .... News Analyst and Commentator. From this home every spring a little girl daughter pf e'< -.,_

f WNU Service,1S1C Eye Street.N.W., cuts his own timber, hauls it to his ceased,ex-serviceman, goes to Washington to present(. ;

J <:? Washington D. C. own sawmill for sawing drying and President the first Buddy P epp-.' .
cutting then hauls it direct to his to. i.
1 (This M the fourth of strut This presentation Is preliminary
own building sites.in size and of the general sale of Buddy
:- _Jtfribig bow American "- opening
f s i 1- : geuuity it helping to solve on amount wanted. So much waste is Poppies which is conducted annually *
America's biggest Problem eliminated that the leftover lumber by the V.F.W throughoutthe Off

tbt GJ. housing UJor z.JWASHINGTON. from a whole house can be hauled .- .. -. nation during the week preced.
away in one wheelbarrow.When .Confronted with a housing national goalof
A
J .-Thirty-five tarn- THEY SOLVE HOUSING! PROBLEM ing Memorial Day
brick couldn't be had in the MacConneU1 Loa Angeles set
dred new homes started in one year problem. Dee Alnsworth and Mrs. Marion 21 million poppies>> has been, AYIATiPN

:t Is a pretty food record for any fair- Memphis area Johnson still man- purchased a wartime LCVP (landing craft personnel) for $70fland converted for the 1947 sale.
He got brick on a basis accommodations. They win CHATTER
aged. swap with living .
boat '
sized commimlty-especlally when it into this trim Made by Veterans. :$,
the year Is 1946. and the city obtaining critical materials and sail to Central America ports aboard their floating home. .disabled Frank Hartman Denver real]
4 labor for a brick-making concern Buddy Poppies, made by and a commerdaf:
Memphis Tenxu. had never started In tate agent ;
thus ex-servicemen patients
which used the items supplied
than units before. 15 eara- of flying! zpesi
more 2.400 a year of with ;
to make brick for Johnson projects. government hospitals as a phase '
Some'two thousand of last year's"starts" NEWS REVIEIVTornadoes their occupational therapy work. combines his flying'ani! .
: were completed in 1848. U he couldn't find the materials by label skills to advantage. He <
% distinguished a green
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Now in the spring of 1947 wile! he needed around Memphis are closed a large ranch sal iaa J
V.F.W. '
'# some communities still talk about he went where he could Wreak Havoc copyrighted by single day after showing Harp" .

and wish for housing. Memphis is buy them. He has sent employees ; French poppies made by erty to a customer from Die: ;

going right ahead finishing up thereat by air all the way to the women and children of areas The ranch,buyers said they Jca!

of ,the IMS starts and undertaking west coast to pick up windows Miners devastated la World War X, more about the property; fras ft.AIRPORT r

more. and doors even paying retail Blast Kills Eight were used by the V.F.W. whenIt air In a half hour than they :

The "answer to this old southern prices for them when he had to. Inaugurated the Buddy Poppy have learned during week*ril .

city's success in housing lies partly But Johnson couldn't do as wen sale In 1922. The present plan horseback. Ares
in the coopers TORNADOES: I developed In 1924 to extend
as he does nor keep his costs tl+veterans was the Pacific ocean tfi \21S.C'74 nslet
L* tive attitude of so low without cooperation of Path Destruction Just Like the MoviesJust the relief afforded by the poppies a survey flight to Singapore ante

city officials who tie movies Film to men disabled and needy Royal Netherlands lSt- Indus
the community. In Memphis, the wide Kit In a
are very conscious city repays builders of approved Devastating tornadoes cut and a east- Actor Errol flynn was the boo of bat still capable of making the big DC-4 Skyznaster plane..:, .
of the veterans swath through midwestern -
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subdivisions for their expense in In-' of *real-lift rescue of Tom IAndre*, flowers. Mamie. B. Nelson. 67. Is ,
wide path
housing stalling utilities. The Memphis light ern states leaving a wake. another actor, who was thrown V.F.W. was the first veterans' organization she is "just as batty; aboitt ,
and destruction in their
problem The "
his horse. actors were
gas and water division which is from to undertake the poppy travel as my son." Her *o4. <
partly to Individual populated i" in the Battle of Gettysburg -
in thickly ,
Striking a
[ builders who publicly owned has gone so far as rural area south of Fairmont. N. C., with the Union payroll when sale on a nationwide scale. whom she made the flight,tf<_-

have been will- to permit utility connections even a high-riding twister killed at least D'Andrea's horse stumbled in Entire proceeds of the sale are Nelson president of Transoctaaj
Ing to make when no meters were available. left estimated 300 gopher bolt and threw him. flynn used for welfare and relief activities Lines and vice president'in'V

... price sacrifices, Thus quite a number of houses homeless one person and caused an severe dam- grabbed him from usderthe flying among veterans and their dependents of International operations for'j

work long hours were finished and families were hooves. To provide a typical movie including an allotment to ippine Air Lines. Fred,
and do whateverwas housed without having to, wait for age to tobacco crops. ending, neither was injured. the V.FW. National home. son, farmer near Davis 1

to the hard-to-get meters.As The death toll from a tornado HL, finds it convenient toRoger '
necessary which leveled the communities of Screen husbands i wives must Houses 250 Children. -
short- a result of this cooperation Lace local air enl
overcome
Bright Wate* and Garfield in north- sleep in twin beds one foot apart The site of the home now cover- -
!
5 of mate- Johnson last fall had completed 55 use part of his pasture for a
? Bankhage rials.ages two-bedroom houses which went to west Arkansas was placed at nine. in films shown for ruled.the British That public they- ing 640 acres, was the gift of CoreyJ. field. The arrangement works
The business section of Bright Water ,British censors his Mattie
and wife.
vets for 5250. Other Spencer Rich
Memphis their mutual advantage.
Because
Take ,Wallace E. Johnson for ex explain,"discourages cuddling. .
ample-a builder who started in prices are comparably low. $6,000 population 100. was virtually censors spotted a scent in Ebb Spencer.. In 1925. The homer finds, since Lace frequently

December. 1939. to construct one to $7.000, and even in the lowest destroyed. "My Awful Wife" in which trips to nearby cities for
house and who now has to his credit brackets Johnson tries for good de Most destructive of the twisterswas francbot Tone and Lucille Ball needed farm-equipment '

several thousand.He sign. He switches roof lines or the one which tore through small snooze in twin beds pushed together brry bogs in Massachusetts:;:

is devoting all his energy and set of a house on a lot.and utilizes towns in Missouri and_ Iowa causing the scene' must be re-sbotrCost 1 being dusted and sprayed wf

ingenuity to housing veterans these other means to avoid the sameness 13 casualties in the small town of $30flOO. helicopter purchased by tia''

days. It takes energy and ingenuity generally characteristic of rows of Worth. Mo. More than 50 others -, .-, Cranberry association for use"tsi.

too. but this man who during the houses in developments. Incidentally were injured and property damagewas freight derailing its engine and r : members. Airplane dusting .

war, was completing a house for a he recently was awarded a estimated in the thousands of tender. w : I for the first time last year, bl :',

I- II ;, war worker every two and a half prize by National Home Builder dollars. The same tornado lashed on The collision occurred at Boyer f' continued on larger bogs bet:

I I 1 hours has what it takes. association for "Meritorious House across into Iowa striking at Clio, Ridge near Huntingdon, not far helicopter supplements Its work''

For example last September Design in 1947." where extensive property damage from sites of the previous Red i ,,i' small and inaccessible bogs. ,
u' when lumber couldn't be bought for The tenants appreciate this. Not resulted but no loss of life was re- I Arrow and Sunshine Special train : : -

{ love or Johnson bought land long one couple the first tenants ported. also in I
;: money ago wrecks both of which were .. "There Were ne c.mpllatej
L j with, standing merchantable timber in a new subdivision gave a Narrowly averting the heavily the pre-dawn hours.PALESTINE ,..' ,. received or arrests made fee!
> : .
and a sawmill camp near Potts Sunday night supper for all of John- populated city of Dallas Tex., a '-":;';: .. a" toxIcated fiymg In Fenasyh
'"' \ Camp Was., close to Memphis. son's workers-the shipping clerks tornado smashed briefly to earth on : ;; during 1946. That evidence _J

r ; This purchase made possible a timekeepers the general manager the city's eastern outskirts; then 'Issue :j"" the lack of tipsy fliers It taken
Explosive ,
:s triple'play jwhich' has paid off in the truck drivers and all the people bounced skyward and disappeared.In :: fromthe Pennsylvania Aernantica >

!,' savings of time.and.money. Johnson- :', who helped build the house. its wake, two persons were dead The explosive Palestine questionwas cenunteioa'a annual re||

t. and four were injured. Two other marked by the usual wranglingand .. <#(<' vIa1&U
> port. n aepoaantical
Texas twisters caused less damage. confusion in action before the 1 ",, -. ,"' V .
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i steering committee of the United '.>,>, ->.,\ ,"s!<-<..-'-,*- -
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MINES: Nations general assembly AVERAGE PILOTThe
r average airline pilot and
Another TragedyDisaster The nation' steering committee I pilot m the United States Is 82 ye .
rejected 'requests from the Arab BUDDIES AID THEM Funds
old and has been piloting plane.
struck again in the ever- I
countries for the assembly to debateat
derived from the animal Buddy
dangerous coal mines, an underground I 4,859 hours. This Is a part of.tM
this session the question of can-'
Poppy sale win aid children aDd
of the airline pilet-
explosion in the Small picture average
celing the British mandate over
widows of ex-servicemen at the
Spring Hill mine near Terre Haute as produced byCivil Aeronauticsadministration |
Palestine and freedom for the Holy V.F.W. National home In Eaton
Ind., snuffing out the lives of eight Land. studloo1dng
Rapids, Mich. Two of the children
miners. Three others survived the ward possible reduction of the b o
blast. Dr. Oswaldo Aranha of Brazil are shown here enjoying life Lathe man element In air accidents.

assembly president, failed to 'effect nursery. ndetermlnattoi
for
The 11 miners were repairing and before The program
a compromise
.
for
improving the ventilating system of .r. .1 the crucial consists of about 22 family-size cottages 'of physical standards
I win 'take Into consideration
the mine to it for federal ,
prepare 'fi'$ committee meet- no two exactly alike In archi
: physiological effects of extended
Closed since the
inspection. general
mg.ilt tecture and furnishings. There alsoIs
;. 'Jtg-.t \ 1
cupation as an airline pilot and
safety shutdown of April 1. the mine
\ The Arabs denied a $35.000 hospital constructed by
.atetf
s had inspection.tailed to pass the first federal 4: 1Z#t! that their proposal the V.F.W. auxiliary: In 1931. possibilities through use of of increasing pilot selection air met

iA tik .* called for immedi- Approximately 250 children. sour
: ods other than those of proft
Memphis Tenn. In The disaster was the fourth serious 'j:., 'k'i. ate Independence and daughters of deceased or total determination.The .
l Community cooperation aids home builders of ,
mine accident of the Ma-
year. for Palestine.
f needed These homes are typi 4 They ly disabled war veterans are livingat pilot and
$ badly booster projects. : average
<
jor catastrophe was the Centralia. insisted ,
at the low-cost Wallace E. Johnson. they merely the home. They receive the benefits 165 and is 5 feet,
projects completed by of which weighs pounds ,
; Ill explosion March 25, wanted a full of an ideal home environment
I. Ii. Inches tall. There were fewer 1hM:
took a toll of 111 lives. Ten miners I discussion of the
and education. In
food clothing return -
that he
three chances In 100
: ,
were killed April 10 in a gas explo- Or.. Aranha problem and
recog
"l ; I. the V.FW. hoes only that glasses, only 2.'T per cent re
Dooms Old Trees sion their lives at Exeter January Pa.15, at and Plymouth 15 lost tlon,of by ultimate the assembly independence.of the prin these useful children and will patriotic grow up dtm-nL to become a lens correction.

The for solo
k group average
With some' friends I sat looking How much better would we Pa.WRECKS ALEMAN: Children ; -d1idd- family 4.859 hours, included flying ,of

througha window< on Lafayette be, 'I insisted with our surreys : I groups each group occupying.: a cottage kinds and in aircraft of any de
Square Just as the leaves reached with the fringe OB top instead<< x Cordial WelcomeFirst supervised by a "house moth- tion. During 1946 this group a

the point where they screened 'An- ef oar automobile and oar Third for PennsyIn Mexican chief executive er" who keeps strict watch over aged 63 hours a month 37 duZ
drew Jackson sitting on a horse trees Instead ef parking space their .welfare. Wherever possible,
the eerie pre-dawn hours the ever to make>a state visit to Washington daylight'hours and 26 at night
which somebody described as hav- A 'survey made by the hldlwa1'director third wreck on the Pennsylvaniarailroad's Pres. Miguel Aleman was the "house mother" actually the allows an airline pilot to fly 1J _
e ing-two feet firmly planted (like a of the District middle di- mother of one. or more of. the chil hours of abolit
of Columbia Pennsylvania given a cordial reception his trip a year; an average
radical) in the air. Soon the foliage -
i, H. C. Whitehurst shows Chat vision in three months killed four to.the nation's capital dren. 83 hours a month."AinsaJEer. .

will come the skeleton down like branches a hood covering which- 52.000 vehicles skirt the circle persons and injured 34. eight seri As the personal guest of President .- Honor Navy Dead s.. oArRMA1trR'

-: every day not counting buses and ously. Each as part of its
now are still showing through thecreen. Truman the visiting dignitary, par- year poppy -.- --.
trolley cars. It is estimated that in The American. New York to St. ticipated in a full schedule of events program and the Memorial Day observance -

less than 10 years 63,000 cars a day Louis flyer Jolted into rods of sheet arranged in his honor by the state the V.F.W. places a giant
Trees were on our minds for we will be nosing by. That is the reason steel protruding from the sides of war and navy departments and wreath fashioned entirely of poppies -
had walked down Connecticut .
Just : for the underpass. two gondola can of a moving Mexican embassy. officials at the Tomb of the UnknownSoldier
which for several blocks is I
avenue 1nC'-defore.ted that tunnel The two circle already operated freight train, the impact ripping a In speeches before the Pan-Amer- in Washington and at the

I 'drUled underneath so a upon were Thomas Circle an eight- tremendous hole in the side of the ican union and congress. President frypt of Woodrow Wilson. World
be
can Dupont point intersection and Scot Circle fourth car of the American and Aleman urged Western Hemisphere War I president. In the National
Circle.Washington is famous for its
aixpointSInce then the accident damaging the engine mail car and republics to assure "the Independence cathedraL Thousands of similar
trees but of late the automobile
years rate has dropped 73 per cent the another coach. No cars were de- of each nation through the solidarity smaller poppy wreaths are placedat
hu caused the destruction of
commission reports. railed.A of all." the graves of our hero dead
of the finest. Widening of
many
streets sometimes necessitates re- It is going to cost $3.800.000 to I moment later another freight :The Mexican chief executive utilized throu&hGUt'the. country by V.F.W.

moval of trees. Frequently ancient operate on Dupont Circle and the train ripped into the sheet steel protruding the visit to begin preliminary posts.,

r oaks elms or ginkgos are cut down trees. *" I from the other side of the discussions on an American loan. Another highlight of the organiza
.
and replaced with saplings tion's1 program is the 'presentation

of a huge anchor of poppies,to the
to take of the
t Underpasses care
COSTS UP INCOME DOWN secretary the n&VHe., in turn;
'
t ,l, traffic have burrowed under two of -
presents the wreath to the
':' our circles already and now "my" Peary .
Ship post of the V.F.W., an allnavyunit r This I tile- -
circle' Dupont (I live only three
for appropriate services on .** a sew melloc$ J
L-v blocks from'tu.II.to experience a
similar operation.; It will never bet Farm Product Prices DeclineWASHINGTON. Memorial Day. At., that time the model designed' and produced W-, ,

the same. Of course. Dupont circlet I anchor Is cast tDtothe: ocean as a Bell Aircraft corporation species'
it when tribute to the men of the navy and aHy for service sinew helteeftorg
t not quite the same as was I : ,
I first saw. it three decades ago Prices of farm has been under way for many the bureau reported that "prices of marine corps 'who have lost their airmail raies" be proposed w":

1 ...when It was the center- of the social products declined about 1. per cent months. nearly every group of products lives at M a. tie pest- ,eficft.a-department. ,-

<}.: and, diplomatic> section during: the month ended April 15 The index for these prices in mid' bought averaged somewhat higher -

; c : I was 'bemoaning this "official after reaching record levels in mid- April was 230 per cent of the 1909-14 than the finalfigures for March 15. Cat Disgraces 'Htaself I OWNER, DIRECTORY

t vandalism which robs these spots March according to the monthly; average compared: with 227 In mid- based ;on quarterly reports: from As official directory reglsterad

of their charm as we looked out sum.m&r%_compiled by the bureauof March and 128 for the 1935->> aver- more than;: 16,000.merchants.** Art !dike Chief QwaerBEAUMOHT. aircraft owners in each .

_m: over the 'Ave varieties of elms in agricultural economIes. &&e. Leading, the general decline in states has been, completed by Atr|

:. ;,.- 5- : the park before, us. One of our. The Index of prices received by This advance in the index for meat,animal prices., hog prices received TEX--Of a&\ the Review Publishing corporation ets

ha .:';,', '. group. a naturalist identified! the farmers in mid-April was 278 per prices paid pushed 'farm parity : by farmers fen $2.10 a hundredweight cats' In town the:-one belonging -Dallas Tex., imder contractor 'tar

> -', elms <.',;\ uerican, English Scotch cent of the 1909-14 average compared prices slightly higher. Parity prices I in the month to an average Police Chief Artie Pollock had: to ova Aeronautics, ,..dm1n1ataUForthe.AnttJme.
II -. with mid-March index of are theoretical standards disgrace himself (and the chlefby: alphabetic
Dutch'and Smoothleaf. not to men- used by of, $24.30. Butterfat prices fell an .
; :. :- tion the, horcechestnuts. maples, 280 and with 107' for the 1935-39 the government in, determining 5 cents to .69.5 cents a. pound and going to a local hotel and getting listing of, each owner by states 1s

beech dogwood a. beautiful deodar average. levels at which it will support pricesof milk prices were lower became drunk. Learning that scraps of food providedaupplanthg the tar'<

: .' aD ub.'wldd1.21e reminded us.was Prices paid by farmers for production farm products., of seasonal production increases. from the hotel provided his three : meat's termer method of listing ,_-

.':. the ,"'***!*:Veeof.'Yggdrasfl. materials and cost of living Increased prices paid by farmers .Wheat prices averaged 4 cents square meals a day the eat decided craa.1q beeflae SIIII1mber. n. dhtc

,b. _. crown' ia..*. heavens and Us root items including Interest and taxes, occurred primarily in feed clothing lower and rye was .off 34 'cents < to Inspect the place. His trip however ;.a&eo; Is mMdes the owner's ado

t s I'm tt continued .an upward trend which and building: materials although bushel. was interrupted when,seme dtu :, ,and: eeu.$late Slfcmna
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Taxes ":, mi: ; If you 'are short of refrigerator take care of the electrical equipment l"
: space and still like molded salads. you now have, plus what you: hope to buy : \
SHE WANTS TO FIGHT No ; :'' ... and in the future.
r; kcStwy ; ,- use a cornstarch for thickening ,
one can call Use Mervflle names :':' you will have Just exactly the sal.
Our Reader Service booklet No. U Rheamany
and get away with it. She recentlywon acTyou want. other helpful facts about buildingand I

a bloodless duel over Parisian .'. remodeling homes. Dozens of door
aroia : Salad. plans and photos I Send 25 cents (coin
dramatic critic whom she Tomato
Fiaaneia.
for "Small Homes: Planning
-.' -. had ,challenged to a pistol duel. ,. (Serves 6) BaOdiac" to Weekly Newspaper Service. l
243 West 17ta It.. New York 11. N. Y.
A MIGHTY ARM OF THE FLEET ;, .The u.s.s. Wtaconsfa one of 4 tablespoons cream corn starchy Print name address booklet title and t
the aa.Y7"a mighty battleships played No. 15.
Prominent role la World War teaspoon salt
and tomatoes make a pretty r
n. %45,000-ton
battlewaron meatlDc 16-inch also has bees
cans 2 tablespoons vinegar 'i
assigned a peacetime task-that'cf carrying naval reserves on training salad platter for evening suppers Z tomato Juice
cups j
that must meet the hot weather CLASSIFIEDr T
cruises. To focus attention en the current drive to enroll recruits
In the naval reserve.. "Operation Naval.Jkse'nfi..wU1 be conducted problem. Both may be prepared in Combine cream cornstarch salt

the week of May IMS.'Ca1.mJDaUDc&be campaign Naval Reserve Day the cool hours of the morning.No and vinegar. Gradually add tomato DEPARTMENTBUSINESS I

win be observed May 25. Special activities Juice. Heat Wrmlw
are planned In communities homemaker has to wait for thefamily's
throughout the nation to'aid the'enrollment drive. "., boiling point and I
.. The naval.reserve, appetite to lag before she : :""""" :::
the civilian branch of them.,, Is composed of both veterans and non- starts changingthe boil 1 minute, & INVEST. 'OPPOR. f

veterans;; Its prime purpose Is to develop and maintain a source of menus to suit r--; stirring constant :, RAISE AND SELL live bait to your basement !
Tremendous demand bit .
individual or garage-
Pour into -
trained personnel from 'which 'thenavy, may draw If necessary in a 'LSD'.. ...: their'needs.. In \; ly. molds profits. Plans. Instruction* only SI,00. ,
national emergency a '>jjt ARMOUR'S. 44M E. 139th.CteveUaa.Okie I
-- fact, the processis i
which have been
'5' is less painful if Run ass day with a portable popcorn machine \j i i
s %k1. Y :t: ,;. rinsed in cold wa Complete mach $135.Writ far pan 1
'y : she realizes that ..
tic. Also .ainabaS" boxes. "
..':.;" J J ter. Serve on lettuce popcorn. ... j
R ( .. with the first of BUvlaa 1' ..... C*.. Na kvUi.. T. !
'C with
c.. .. and top
;1" the .warm weather :. J dressing made by MISCELLANEOUS
N the family is a ;V?r: a .
in cold '
feel lan folding MOTHERS-TO-BE! Get list name for .
apt to freshly cooked peas into cold mayonnaise Baby with meanings E.senttal.Beby'.
3- 'h'Nita: guid and lazy. Needs Booklet both FREE. NEW YORK
or salad dressing. KIDDIE SERVICE.47S Full AT*..N.Y.C.
and not much inclined to eat. ,. u .
r Change immediately and you won't Variations: Add sliced stunea 01- '' QUILT PIECES Beautiful prints wash
turkey or' able. For quilts pot holders pillows de.
Ives diced
_ have a lot of leftovers. grated onion FREE PATTERN and DESIGNS. with
'vs 4h% f chicken drained peas or shrimp 500 pieces S1.S8 cjod. plus postage.:
& One of the smartest things any <13< bills S4.98I. P. A. SAVAGE. USS E.Capital .
as desired. Cocktail Juice may replace -
St.. Wasalaitea. D. C.
do be '
PRESIDENT OF U. N. Bra- woman can is to generous tomato Juice. :
with in No I don't
salads the menu. ,
ill's Dr. Oswaldo Aranha as he about this
There's nothing fancy
: .u took over his new position as mean the usual different variety, but some whatyou've next salad recipe as the name implies ****** * ****
thing entirely from
president of the United Nations
ServeIt
been having the past few but it's truly delicious.
special assembly session. months. Use new fresh greens try with cold thinly sliced ham. cake JD'L fJ ll1t.1 HJU1.tBJ.ll \

'U_ ,_._ exciting and refreshing fruit and and beverage and you have a good I
combinations and how nourishing hot weather menu: tBDndL -
vegetables see U $. s.cw.

quickly the family takes to them. Farmer's Chop Suey. c 4

2 If necessary make salads the (Serves 6) ***** * ******
main dish of the meals whenever

possible, but when doing so have l'onion chopped

them hearty enough to furnish ,the 1 cup diced cucumbers '

required number of calories to carry 1 cup sliced radishes 2/J/ufSu/l&t7.

on daily activities. This is easy 4 fresh tomatoes cut in wedges
If
III curt Milt sat tint
to do with cold meats cheese and 1 cup chopped green pepper

I4yci eggs.A 1 cup shredded cabbage RHEUMATISMNEURRISLUMBAGO
hr' 1 teaspoon salt
nice salad to serve because it's
p 14 teaspoon pepper
so refreshing is this one which hasa

aax" generous amount of cottage cheeseto Prepare vegetables as directed

furnish valuable proteins for tissue above and sprinkle with salt' and l

and body building. The citrus pepTer. Prepare dressing as to3,

fruit makes it doubly refreshing on lows:'
BRINGS BLESSED REft* '
sweltering days: "
k x, y Soar Cream Dressing. top B.tO.twatori'lg Sa.aa alzo.u'e
Fruit Salad Bowl + uiTMit *t raru tattta** -
I' 'I tablespoons vinegar
(Serves 6) I 0 m tm m nan*it sin M***irt*it|
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1 teaspoon: salt
bsara mt ML in.mmirtut nun* '
; K can cranberry sauce. Jellied I teaspoons sugar

LOS ANGELES RAISES PRIZE CATTLE .' Future Farmers of 1 pint cottage cheese 1 teaspoon dry mustard

America Including: Dowlln ,Young 16. of Fullerton Calif., entered CHAMPION DISCUS THROWER 1 small green pepper 1 cup thick sour'cream

their steers and cows In show held at Los Angeles the first competitionof Mel Scheehan University of 1 grated carrot ,1 cup cottage cheese DELOUSE

Its kind held In California since l'earilIsrbor and the'firSt ever held Missouri, gives a mighty awing 1 teaspoon salt Add vinegar and seasotdngs to

In Los Angeles,Twenty-three southland high schools were represented and lets go of the plate for a J4 teaspoon celery seed sour cream':which has been mixed CHICKENS .:

In the event. ,Dowlinf Is shown with his Jersey cow and calf. He had record 155 feet 5J4 Inches whiling 2 grapefruit sectioned with the cottage cheese. Pour over

competition from 70 other members of the Future Farmers of America. the event at the Drake re 3 oranges sectioned greens and vegetables and stir orthis BLACK LEAF ..40ts ''

Many leading agricultural leaders received their start In this organ lays. 1 bead of lettuceMayonnaise with fork.Sprinkle'top with pap- > alone rooMS sail

'isation the Future Farmers America. Dowlln did not win by accident rika. retoset tmear-bod/cttcona heal of(fowl mac*'

-he has studied eatUe'breeds., feeding and management and into which kill chkke.4Jr sad
Cut slices of cranberry sauces Variation If to .
: 70U'want servo
feather mites.Csp Brushy
reports that the University of California at Davis has helped him cheese. _
cubes. Combine cottage a dairy supper use the Farmer'sChop Applicator saves Dkoa "

day by day.AFTER green pepper slices grated carrot, Suey as the main dish and serve latist sealed oa original factory lassie

dMij salt and celery seed. Fold In cubesof with deviled eggs. The eggs may foil strvoxth.packaccc to' '

jellied cranberry sauce saving be prepared with deviled ham. if listen IT'FllllCfS.tiuicii .

a few cubes for garnish. desired.A citmniuINCOirOMTEB -'

Arrange lettuce leaves In salad
lOOUmUE I 5ENTEtfGIRLSWOMEN
>Z, ,u 1n4 bowL Pile cottage cheese mixture
into center of bowl and surround

with alternate pieces of grapefruitand

a orange. Serve with mayonnaise. !

A salad that Is a riot of red. white '
v try this Ifyou.rNERVOUS
4
in the
and "yellow colors nestling

"" : green of lettuce leaves combines tomatoes

with eggs. It can be servedas i

the main dish at luncheon or Sun- _
Oa'CtKTASI DAYS' Of IIo tII-
day night supper.
c v, .rL< I. Do female tu.nct1ona1lD011thb-
Stuffed Tomato-Egg Salad. ances mk you feel nervous Irritable
so weak and tired out-at such times?
(Serves 4) Then do try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable

tomato salad that will hold Its lemons to relieve cucb symp
well-ehaped tomatoes
4 firm toms.Its for thisl Taken neu-
Salad greens shape even If not refrigerated at July Plnmanj-s Compound helps

:.?a. ,,s., NEW SPORT Mrs. Mildred 4 hard-cooked eggsi the last minute Is this one made build wp resistance mg&last such die
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\re& Also
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a treat ttoroacblc tonic
Babe Zahatias national
( ) wom
world knows GlennL. with starch. Tomatoor
S2 YEARS "I'BEYIlEET AGAIN The | diced celery cream corn
Martin, Industrialist and plane builder, and Mary Ftckford, movie en's golf champion tries bet Z tablespoons cup salad dressing cocktail Juice may be used lathe lTlIA l.IIKIA1fI CAM vmI
taken from The Girl ef Yesterday* hand In a new field of sport She base.
producer. At. left Is'a still H teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
vintage 1915. Martin, left Is the villain Mary Fickford the girl with Is shown driving a trotter at Pine 1 tablespoon or more lemon juice
Martin and Pickford re-enact the burst N. C., race track. She recently Calavo-Grapefrnlt Salad.
the curls. At right Glenn Mary Salt and pepper

"(, scene, just for, dd4Ime's'sako.Some of the"oldsters will remember gull title.won the North and Soutt I Frizzled dried beef or crisp. sliced I (Serves 4) Te bold your loose tippers and to...

X Martin, .as a daredevil barnstorming pilot HOOD 2 large ealavos era comfortably.secar* all day-and
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grapefruit OTAZK. Not a
Remove skins and core from well powdtrl pjsaotopaste. *e
tomatoes. Cut in 5 cr Small head lettuceA Get S5 tab.Hat droczict
ji( chilled today Accept to sabstBatci -

six sections and press open gentlyto favorite springtime salad for any STAZE.Y'LsL l1

; .. make a ower. Sprinkle inside occasion is a calavo half shell filled
#>-,-'. .. with salt and pepper. Place on sal- with tart citrus fruit. Cut the calavo
; Meanwhile chop eggs, WNU 14 20-47
ad greens. into halves lengthwise and remove ,
not too fine. Add celery salad seed Scoop out some of the flesh

it dressing. Worcestershire sauce and but leave enough to bold the shell
to'tas\e.. When Vbur
lemon Juice. Season well Intact.. Cut the portion removed Into

Spoon into center of tomato. Top dice and combine with diced grape

E '- $"eJf' with additional dressing, then with fruit. Arrange the calavo shells on Back Hurts

dried heel crisp lettuce and fin with the calavo- And Your Strength and
Instead of &1ln&., Sprinkle
11 Variation: egg grapefruit mixture. with Energy!* Below Par

j stuff CUe cut In half crosswise and finely chopped fresh mint. Serve U star U extant by disorder.f kJ4My -
place In tomato Cower. Garnish with with a lemon-honey dressing. '' faovctioa lint. p.naits.: pefeeaooi
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dressing.LYNN
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and
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wke the kidneys UU to ems.aeser i '
etds aa4 eibar waste mauet boa the.> ,
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Is crisp as wen as delicious, rtoematie pates fcesdach, dish
Vary Your Salads mix % cup of finely diced cucumber fettwE o? sucBts. tec paws, swettias>
Sometimes fceo/ieat ud scaaty ariaa-
With Dressings tablespoon chopped green pepper tits'with smarting aDd boraiac Is a* .

Either fruit or' vegetable salad 1 teaspoon vinegar and 14 teaspoon etbrklan.fgaqukatsosKbiag.i,wreoc_ will ,

better it cottage cheese is salt with H cup mayonnaise. Thou would be BO doofct that present! :
tastes fereatveDt i wiser taaa die :
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beaten until ligh t and fluffy" and Crisp pieces of bacon added to DM. fOU. It la better te Mfy w atsed'trtae ;
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\ IN THE COUNTY COURT OF :_ ,..,...,"...,._.,..". "
t ; @! ei1nh1 ; Pius OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA. COUNTY. STATEOF -- -. I 3

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1\1t CHAS M. WILLIAMS as agent '
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: for The Ritter Box Company
Okeechobee News Co. at Okeechobee,
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; BRYANT BOWDEN ...u..Edito- -v -Plaintiff.- ;': :


i SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 H.NOTICE L. CHANDLER Defendant.OF of SHERIFF'S execution SALE issued : "1 1 I AM AN AMERICANARE I


f'. One Year in advance ........ ...$3.00Six By virtue an seal
->ut of and under the of the .
I Months in advance ........ 1.50
of said County and
Court
Three Months in advance ...... 1.00 County
directed to me. said execution hav-
t ing been issued in favor of Chas. .

; Entered as second class matter July }{. Williams, agent for The Ritter YOU
Box a corporation
1, 1914.at the Post Office In Okee- Company.
It against H. L. Chandler. I have
ehobee. Florida under Act of March !>
levied open and will offer for sale
,
8, 1879.
at the South entrance of the Court- ,

house in Okeechobee: in the said ...
I JUST HOW DO WE ESTABLISH County and State on the 16th dayof

FAITH WITH POTENCY" June. A. D. 1947 between the
}.: i 'egal hours of sale the following
Of coarse you bare been reading
described property situate. lying
.1 of the man of great faith who can and being In the County of Okee.

_, core men. women or children from chobee. State of Florida. tl>wlt:
) the ecourge of all kinds of ailments. All that part of lot lying outside -

You will note that this great man of the plan of reclamationof
Eagle Bay survey accordingto
from his native land abroad
comes
plat thereof recorded in Plat
f all the distance to California In Book 1 at page 31 of the public

grand eloquent style at a cost of records of Okeechobee County,
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more than 150,000; to' exert his Florida.
The satisfaction of the said execution
; great faith in the Lord to cure the
and the accumulated costs
ailments of a man who Is an epileptic the and holder
s In favor of assignee
and suffering from other ail of said Judgment.N. 1F

ments. O. STEWART. ', :
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Does all this help to prove the Sheriff.

fact that have no men of eachgreat Okeechobee County. Fla." ..
we (May 9. 16. 23. 30. June 6-(5t) \ ; z'; :
and powerful faith in this R ,

country! Can it mean that our : .
NOTICE OF TAX SALE lit
Lord also only works through the rep Delinquent 1946 Everglades :

hands and minds of foreign agents? Drainage District Tax: ?* .
NOTICE i* hereby given that all
Can It mean that this man has the lands delinquent on Jane 1st. 19-17 for

faith that our Bible teaches us of nonpayment of Everglades Drainage Kwt
District Taxes. for tbe year 1!>>6. or so "Sfv a .
and yet no one in America has had much thereof as may be necessary to C i
pay the amount doe for taxes on said ', ;
the power to grasp that faith? : T T
lands for said year together with the .. -.5I '
Not that we desire to condemn costs of sale specified in the laws ROT.rning 5- "'(' ,
i said District will be sold at I .5,
.. statements of people who boast of public auction beginning at 12 o'clock ;
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the fact that they have known the noon on the Sat day of Jane. 1947 at ,
the front door of the Count House In 1 a_ -1 5A I
>' time when the Lord entered their the City of Okeechobee. Florida. and
j soul and made them so happy over continuing until said sale is coroo'etedA _ _
complete list of such delinquent
F the future but, we do wonder why and is available for public insoection
luring the business hours at the office
l faith can be granted foreigners of ->f the Tax Collector for the County of ,
j 5; 4 the type before mentioned which Okeechobee In the Court House at "
Okeecbobee. Florida and inculrles as
contains the healing powers as were to the lands included In said delinquent

1{ I once displayed by Christ himself list, by mail or by telephone or inperson .
durlag business hours will be
a
Would this great 'healer come to fully answered by the office of said ? s

this country to heal through faith Tax Collector
BESSIE. ALDERMAN. Tar: Collector
was he not tendered many thousands Okeechobee County. Florida }

of dollars for his .troub1e-
.
which really Is the work of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

r ; Lord and no trouble to Him. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN

This writer is not responsive to AND FOR OKEECHOBEE

the thought that anyone on earth COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY.. WE STOOD AT THE RAIL OF THE TROOPSHIP AND WATCHED THE .. ;

r today possesses that power to move SUIT FOR DIVORCE. OUTLINE OF THE BLACKENED RUINS AND THE MAN-MADE PESERT
mountains by the force of faith no LYNWOOD DAVIS WILLIAMS AS

( i' larger than a grain of mustard. Plaintiff, OF STARVATION AND DESOLATION OF WHAT NOT SO LONG AGO (

t : ?S We also can pray that the ailing -vs.- HAD BEEN A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY, THERE WAS A STRANGE
LOIS O. WILLIAMS
: one will be restored to health but 1

; if it is God's will that this man Defendant. SILENCE BROKEN,ONLY BY THE HOARSE NOTES OF THE SHIP'S WHISTLE ;
NOTICE TO APPEARTO
} a should be made whole again would LOIS O. WILLIAMS, Residence SOUNDING ITS FAREWELL SALUTE. THERE WAS NO TRACE NOW OF

1 it necessarily be His will that so
Unknown THE WILD CHEER THAT WENT UP AS THE SHIP'S ANCHOR
r WAS AT LAST
t. many thousands of dollars should You are hereby required to appear -

r: be expended In order to accomplishthe to the Bill of Complaint filedIn :& BEING HAULED UP AND WE BEGAN TO SLIDE SLOWLY OUT INTO THE

'cure? and then again If this the above styled cause on or be-
i I t man of great faith should fall in fore Monday, the 16th day of June GRAY QUIET-LOOKING OCEAN, INSTEAD, THERE WERE TEARS IN THE

t' his belief that'be can cure the man divorce 1947. The otherwise same being the a allegationsof suit for EYES OF MANY TEARS OF WHICH NONE WERE CONSCIOUS OR ASHAM

r i what kind of an impression must said bill will be taken as confessed ED. THERE WERE TEARS OF BOTH THANKSGIVING AND SORROW A
J., this have on ailing ones who are by the said defendant.It ;
i f'
It also looking forward to a saviour? is further ordered that this or- THANKSGIVING THAT, EVE WERE AT LAST GOING HOME HOME AFTER

Jt'must not be through the faithof der four be successive published weeks once a in week the Okee-for WHAT SEEMED AN ETERNITY OF HELL, OF BRUTAL WAR WITH ITS
another that be
cured
you can
but it must be through the faith chobee News, a newspaper, published BLOOD, FEAR, AND SUFFERING, AND SORROW AT LEAVING OUR BUDDIES
in said County and State.
i that you, yourself have in your own Dated at Okeechobee. Florida, WHOSE SLEEPING PLACES WERE MARKED WITH THE SIMPLE WHITE A

', Lord and Saviour. this the 7th day of May, 1947.
fl t (SEAL) CROSSES IN THE :MILITARY CEMETERIES NEAR WHERE THEY FELL WHO

.t Mabel Raulerson Sheffield, WOULD FOREVER BE DENIED THE PLEASURES THAT WE WERE FEELING
Clerk Circuit Court.
By Connie W. Raulerson. D. C. NOW OF GOING HOME TO THE GREEN SUN DRENCHED LAND WITH ITS F

I T.Okeechobee.W. Conely, Jr.Florida, CORNFIELDS, BOULEVARDS' CHURCH STEEPLES AND MOVIES AND WITH

Solicitor for Plaintiff. ALL.THAT COMFORTING SENSE OF FREEDOM FOR WHICH WE
(May 9, 16. 23, 30, June 6r-(5t) FOUGHT
AND THEY DIED. AND IN THE PRAYER THAT ,LEFT OUR HEARTS IN

1 H NOTICE TO APPEAR SILENCE, THERE WAS ALSO A PROMISE TO THEM A PROMISE THAT WE

i STATE VIRGINIA EUELL OF CHESSER FLORIDA.c .' TO ASSAWOMAN CLARE, AND MANY OTHERS EVEN! NO WARE KEEPING; IT WAS, "WE SHALL NOT :

i [ FORGET" THAT YOU FOUGHT AND DIED WITH
Ton are hereby required to file your THAT PROUD FEELING :-
: written appearance at my office in
OkeeobobM. Florida. on June 27. 1M7. "I A MAN AMERICAN"FORT i
to the Bill of Complaint IB the suit for
divorce filed against you by Judson K. .
Chesser in the Circuit Court of Okee
chobee County. Florida. In default
PIERCE B. &:. B. MACHINE WORKS
whereof a decree pro ronfesso will b* AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDESCo
entered against you. The Okeechobee
News is designated as the newspaper INDIAN" RIVER CITRUS ASSO. NEW BURSTON HOTELSWAIN'S Inc. Home of-Mlneraite.
In which this Order will be published -
DRY
CLEANERS .
once a week for four consecutive weeks SUNRISE PRODUCTS Inc. PETE SCURAN PRODUCE *
.- Witness my hand and the seal of said FORT PIERCE COCA-COLA
KERR
Court this 20 day,of.May. 1M7 FRUIT CO. JACOB GRADER SON
(SEAL) Mabel Raulerson Sheffield' BOTTLING WORKS -
NEVINS FRUIT CO.
Clerk Circuit Court. Okeechobee E. A. McCABE t CQ.

County Florida. INDIAN RIVER REFRIGERATION, BERGGREN-S 5 A: 10 Cent STORE KEESEE
Sumner & Snmner. PACKING COMPANY
Solicitors for Complainant.Ft. TERMINAL CO. John B. Park Mgr.
Pierre. Florida. HAROLD RABIN CO.. Inc.WEDCEWORTH'S .
May 23. 30 June 6. -(4tl FORT PIERCE GROWERS,ASS'N. HUDGINS FISH COMPANY i

CAR DiGIORGIE FRUIT CORP. MUNSCO MILLS PIONEER >
NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF nfl GROWERS Inc ,
COATS TRUCKING CO. ;
INDIAN RIVER GUANO CO. i
GET AND MEETING TOR PlK- FLORIDA FOOD -
4awdVef4'ep AND POSE COMPLAINTS OF HEARING OBJECTIONS CHEROKEE PRODUCTS CO. TAYLOR &: MUNNELL MACHINEWORKS" PRODUCTS. CORP.

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: GEO. BARNES PRODUCE CO. SOUTH
BAY
Pursuant to Chapter 20G58. Laws of
Florida. Acts of I Ml, relating to Ever BELL BAKERIES Inc. GRIFFIN FLOOR COVERING CO. EVERGLADES
glades Drainage IMtrict the Board of PRODUCE CO.
> Commissioners of Everglades Drainage FORT PIERCE BODY SHOP GULLETS BOYT SHOPD
District bat completed a budgetshowing CLUB GALA "
Hero's real time the debt service requirementsof FORT PIERCE AIRWAYS Inc. Employing Only Veterans
a savr. the District during the Tear beginning -
I! Whenever on the fat day of next Novemberand TUCKER'S WELDING &: MACHINE GROWER'S FERTILIZER CO. PAHOKEE: a
your car ,
ending tbe 31st day of the succeed
;: needs a lubrication, anY lag October, and the same has been SHOP MATHER OF FORT PIERCE DON HILLIER SONS*- Inc.
placed on file la the office of the Secretary
,oil change, tire or battery of the District at room 007 Com EAST COAST LUMB. &: SUP. CO. DRAINAGE MACHINE A SUPPLYCOYPA.V. General Contractors
can Building. West Palm Beach. Flori _
service, just give us a call. da. where the same may be examinedand GREEN'S FUEL of FORT PIERCE HULL PACKING
: this U to notify that said COMPANY .
$ ; We'll com over for your Board will meet at said you place oa the GENERAL MACH. &: SUPPLY CO. ELI WITT TOBACCO CO. W. H. VAN Inc ,.y

: car do the job and 12th U. Eastern day of Standard June. A. I Time>. 1947 of at the 10 said A. H. E. WOLFE CONSTRUCTION CO. SUNRISE LUMBER &: SUPPLY. CO. KILGORE SEED COMPANY

\ bring It back to you! day being net less than fifteen days KIST BOTTLING WORKS FORT PIERCE MEMORIAL .* *- \ EVERGLADES
from the date of the first publication .. GROWERS"
hereof) for the purpose of hearing objections FORT PIERCE GLASS' &: MIRROR HOSPITAL .':
and complaints with respect to COOPERATIVECROSS
said bnd *t.r.O4RD. HOOTS CLUB
COMPANY _.
OP C011MIS.: IOXF.R..q OF _>. HOTEL
EVEUOLADES DRAINAGE D1ST FORT PIERCE TRAILER COURT BLUE FRONT LIQUOR_ 'STORE
By: : W. D. Hliubecfc. Chairman '
By: K. M Throop Secretary.J. FORT PIERCE TILE&"CONSTRUCTION r DYE' PACKAGE STORE : : CANAL POINT s

COMPANY RUSSAKIS. BRO&. CANAL. POINT MAcHINE VoRKS $ '

E. Cone and daUghter., Miss BAMBOO COURT Excusive Pkg.;. Liquor Store<.' SHIRLEY. BROTHERS '. .I ** *:;'-
-. : Evelyn. and H. S. Olney were visitors .

s 1 Y L spending Monday at West Palm ::ACO FERTILIZER COMPANYInternational BELLE G4D'E'.LFAR Concrete. Blocks Ie Const. MU-
ROBBINS .
Beach and Miami Mr. Cone at. Sales A Service CREAMERY' CO. R. B. MACKEY COQ
Distributor of PRODUCE: :, : =
3 >-TfniTE FLASH andS tended the District Meeting of the WALTER PETERSON .FISH CO BELLE GLADE MACHINE WORKS MAIL E. BEVERLY Inca '.."." J"i
Baptist Training Union at West
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mi,where he attended a sales meet. ' ,, ,ww ..... ._..mw.u. u...__ __m.. ..._ ,. ,, ,,__...,,
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-I ,NOTICE i : 'j;
) :NOTICE OF! INTENTION TO IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S STATEMENT THWMAA OWNERggyp, i .;
$ NOTICE HEREBY
t yold at public auction OIVENtha t-the fofGRlfX described IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT SELL LAND COURT IN AND FOR AGKMEXT.' CIBCCt.&T J O N. i :,i

la the County of Okeeehc.bee.on the Fuse d7'F of Jane. A. D. 1W7' at the' 'oartaVuJ? IN AND FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, ETc. REQUIRED BY THB!: ACTS' i I >
State to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that OF CONGRESS OF-A.rGUST'84, ttlS.- -F : :,f
hereitr
get opposite to w the amount doe OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
the for taxes"fot
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with FLORIDA
tame Pennant Of Okeechobee Newa. published
together to- Section 15 (1). Chapter week. ply }
au
tlaln Said aale cost loch 1
,; to begin at 12 deloek Noon, sale ADd adver_ FLORIDA 20636, Law of Florida Acts of 1941 IN RE: ESTATE OF- B. R. JER- at Okeevhobee, Fla., for October: 1" ,

'De.eriptlea ., Lead 8ee.. IN RE: ESTATE OF MATTIETTE and Section 67. Chapter 14717 Lawa of RELL. Deceased 194, -...:; t'
Rte An Name .f 0--I'' 'D. WOLFF Deceased Florida, Acts of 1931 as amended br NOTICE OF ENTRY OF State of Florida )
'Am.aatNWt
Twp Section 11, Chapter 20653. Lawa of )a't
NOTICE OF ENTRY OF lorida. Acts of 1941. aDd also pursuant ORDER OF ADMINISTRATION Coooty of Okeechobee ) 1 t
: of X !% and S\S, ORDER OF ADMINISTRATION to Section 42, Chapter 20722. Laws of UNNECESSARYAll Before me a notary pablie la sad forth .t

J'\W '! 33 117 .C B. Frits UNNECESSARYAll Florida, Acts of 1941! aa amended bJ'fectioD persons haying claims or demands State and county aforesaid person #::
8% of Lot 2t T...., ,1-1 33 5.67 persons having claims de- :: 19 Chapter 22O7. Laws of ally appeared Bryant Bowden who bar.Ing "
32 or against the estate of B R.
11) E. R. .1leRt'ynold. ,..- Ltt Florida. Acta of IMS, and Section 44 been dnly sworn according to law, I
Lots 21,and 2Z ,4 34 33 40 'G. W. Bedell mands against the estate of Mat- Chapter 207:::. Lawa of Florida. Acts of Jerrell, deceased, the. above-named deposes and says that be I. the editor
iota 25. 2G d. 27 4 34 33 00 .TohD 57 tIette D, Wolff the above-named 941, as amended by Section 21. Chapter decedent, are hereby notified that of the Okeechobee News and that thefoliowiBff .

Let :2 .----.- 5 M FUkkemaR _, 6.33 decedent, are hereby notified thatan 22079,*- Laws of Florida. Ads of an order of administration unnecessary la. to the beat of hlj knowledge
33.20 Nelson 2.41 order of administration 1913, the following described landa In and belief, a true statement of the own I'
Lot 2t 9 M 33 20 T. C. Anderson unnecessary keechobee Conntr Florida. to.wit: has been entered by the erehip management etc, of the aforesaid -. Ii
E% of Lot 19 10 u 33 10U %.41 has been entered by the Honorable Lot. 1 to 5 Inc. and 11 & 12. Block Honorable T. W. Conely Jf>.. County publication for the date shown lathe "" '.

Lot 20 ----- 10 .M 33 20 ra Moran 1.<< T. W. Conely. Jr.. County 60, City of Okeeehobee, Judge; that the total cash valueof above caption required by the Act ?I '
W% of Lot 21 :.. 11 Ii. ,:u. woodcock --.. 2.41 Judge; that the total cash valueof Lot 3, Block 203, First add. to City said estate Is less than $%.000.- of August" 24. 1912 aa amended by the j .
34 '
-- .33 20 of Okeechobee. Act of Mirch. 3. 1933, embodied In
Denr7 Binger ___ 1.2 said estate ts less than % aee 3
$ .000.00 t'
00 that the and addressesof .
All of ; names
Lot 1l: Bloek'2''S.- Block 6, City of Okeecbobee don 637T Postal Laws and Regulations .
TOWXSITE OF:DEESA. : that the names and addressesof except Lots 1 e. 7 4 20.: those to whom said estate has printed on the reverse of thla form to '

Lot 29 ...... .. 23 .M john FllUema 1..57. thoe to whom said estate had will be offered for sale at public outcry been assigned by such order are as wit: r ,
33 20 CnknoWD 2.41 been assigned by much order are as for the highest and beat cash bid. subject L That the names and addresses of .
Lot 1L. ..__ 31 M 33 20 C. H. Cobler __-.-.-u follows: to the right of the Board of Com- follows: the publisher editor. managing editor, Il
: 2.41
Lot 19 ............. 31 M 33 20 J.. mlaaionera of Everglades Drainage Dl.- Lillie Jerrell.. Okeechobee. Florida. and business managers are: V ,
Lot 9 W" Wilson U1 O. Wolff Sr., Okeechobee. Fla. trict: and/or Board of County Commta- Lois Jerrell Robinson. Okeechobee Publisher Okcechobe: News Co* It
------------------ M 3t 33 20 J. O.
! Wm. Skalla 2.11- Wolff Jr.. Okeechobee. Fla. lonera of Okeeehobee County. Florida; Okeechobee. Fla.
Lot 18 ................:. 86.M. 33 20 Katie Beuhle 2.41 Jack D. Wolff Okeechobes. Fla. to reject any and aU bids, at the Courthouse Florida. of A. Editor, Bryant Bowden OkeecaobM.
-- Dated this 24th day April I
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Lots 27. 28 Ii: 29 3 33 33 eo Dated this 23rd of beginning at 10-00 clock A. )LOD FU. .
Blanche E. Cane .__ 4.3 day April A.
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the Ifith day of June 1947 Easement D., 1947. 2. That the owner la OkeechobM News 4.
Iota rs 6. B1ock 8 I D. 1947. for drainage and reclamation and road LILLIE JERRELL. Co, Okeechobee.! 1'lL.T. L. Barber 1 '

OREELEYSUBDIVISION. B. F.. Smith ..__ 1.51 purposes will be recerred. Okeechobee Fla.: Robt. LaMartln. Ok. ';rrhobeP .
BARINGER PARK BLK. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OB" Fla.* Bryant Bawden. Okeechoher. i 1; ,
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Lot 2 .-I T UDknoWD _:, 1.27 NOTICE EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DisTRiCT Fla..: C. F. Rantenoa.-FtPterH. l I
Lot 30 .10 May 14 1W7! and BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE TO APPLY FOR LOCAL Fla ; Ma ye UngenfeUer Tallahasaee, I ; '---
Geo. Fanlt 1.27 KEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA OF OKEECHOBEE LEGISLATIONNotice Fla. c'

Lots 29 A 3a-------=--- 12 Clifford. Gerald. .:... __ 127C' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that COUNTY. FLORIDA. 3. Teat the known bondholder, mortpa 1
of SEA of -W% p. pursuant to Section 0 of Chapter IS2QO. By-Mabel Ratneraon) Sheffield. pees, and othe security holders own-
of NESS _.-..........._ 211 3S: 33 :5 Monroe Webb Lawa of Florida Acts of 1937. known Clerk of the Circuit Court of is hereby given that the lag or :holding 1 per cent or more of 5
v---- ._ 1.7t the Okeechobee County. Florida 'otal amount of .
B.RINGEBB'C8IXESSS < a. MURPHY ACT. and In parsnnce City of Okeechobee, Floridar will bonds mortgage, or _
of Chapter 20C3S. Lawa of Florida, as agent for said Boards. their 'seeuritiea are: Okeeehobee
L SECTION BLK. Acta of 1941.! known aa the EVER. By: Connie W. Ranleraon. D. C. present to the Florida Legislature, County Bank and First Federal Savings :::.
Lot 3 3 G. A. Ctiider--' .. 1.21 GLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT May 16, 23, 30, June -(4t) at its,present term "a bill providing &; Loan Association
Lot D _.-.Y, 5 Willle F Youna'....:. 1-1 the following described land situated That the average number *f copies ;t

Lot 7 10 Erne Gatle V _. .__ ..,_... 127Lot. In Everglades Drainage District In that twenty-five per cent of all of each issn of this publication sold J
keechobee County, Florida will be NOTICE monies accruing to Okeechobee or distributed, through the mail or .:f
.9 to 12 IDt' 'G 3S: 3.8-I F. E. Floa' rtoo. ..--__ 8.78 offered for aale at public outcry for otherwise to paid aubacrtbera during s "'i
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Lots %T. 28 4 29 : 635 he County, Florida, as its portion of the twelve month preceding the date r 1
... ; -.- 1. 83 n. E. Frost : 8.3.1 highest and best cash bid. subject i .
Lot 2 -___ 21. M M 20 Otto W. t\bl- ._- V.V. _.__- 2.41 to the right of the Trustees of the Internal Notice is hereby siren that on funds to be paid to the several shown above la 45O.BRYANT. BOWDEX. i :I-

Lot 19 --- 26 35 '3t 20 J'ohn Bf'ard81e7 ..: V.._..,. %.41 Board of Improvement Commissioners Fund and of the and after April 15. 19n, I will not counties of the state under the Sworn to and subscribed before me \ 1 'if

?", E% .of Lot 15 __ 27 :u M 10 Edwin F. Wllllan ,-.._....- U. Drainage District to reject of any Everglades and all be responsible for any debts or obligations provisions of Chapter 14832 Lawsof this 15h .day BESSIE: Gf'Oeto ALDERMAN.r.. 1940. tJ 4'j'

b 14 Of .Lot::29 .:...- 28 3S: 34 Ie Eltaaheth Sehaat -- -. I.U bide at the Courthouse, beginning at incurred by my wife Bernice Florida Acts of 1931 or any law Notary Public In and for State of 1 .

NEW 10:00 o'clock A. M, on the 16th day of Phillips Royster. Florida at Large. 1\
OKDCHOBEE.HT8. BLK. .r; tune 1947. Aa to all parcels of land of amendatorythereto or supplement. !ISeal) .
.
(Section A) -.VV .. ten acres oV more title to on -half of Dated at Okeechobee Fla., this al thereto, or in lieu thereof shall My commission expires Dee. 28, 1949 i ]

I" Lot. 2-1" 25----V.. -18 C. c."wn.oo 0 petroleum and three-fourths of other 1st day of May. 1947.
__--=----_ 1.27 minerals will be reserved br Trustees be remitted by the.proper state officials \

Lots 26&27.1,-_.,__. 28B r. J. H. Band _--::_ 1.21 ot the Internal Improvement Fund W. O. ROT8TER. having custody and control The rains for the past two days
Lots 1. 2 Ii 3. .,-,..-...-- 30B Sophia CbrllMnsoo' __ 1.21 Easements for road right of way 200 \

: 4. Lots! U to 45 IDe ---:-____ 33 Fay Robert __. .._.-_.,.... 127t3 feet wide will be reserved bv said Tma- thereof to the City of Okeechobee. have been quite welcome: to those ,'.

Lute M to 37 Inc ___ 36 rnknown ____.__ 1.21' ups from any parcel through: wblt'h'there NOTICE : Florida a municipal corporation, who have stock to water and crops
Is an existing state road: and
; _:VV Lola 27 to SO inc ___ .0 D. F. Landon ---'__--j 1.21 easement for drainage reclamation will NOTICE be Introduced la hereby given in the that present a Bill existing under the laws of, the to raise, and folks who were be \
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f':.. (Granada Circle) and for road purposes will be referred session of the Florida Legislature State of Florida and providing the ginning to sweat under the collar
t.t Lots 1 4 8 ___. 40 .. by the Board of Commissioners of Errgladea requiring the Flectora of Okeeehobee \
B. F. IAndon _______ 1.27 much .
Drainage District County to Reregister prior to the manner in which such funds shall from doing nothing also fet

.c>'-. RR WIi ltlW ot.SW% except 36 3.1 Description .. Sec __ Twp R_-Ac. Primary aud General Election In 1WS." be budgeted and expended. relief when' the air turned cooler.
!1' 3.71 R. D. olmf'tl ______. 829 Lot 9. Block 2. Wright'a First Add. \
Lots 17 &: IBllr.! 7 Lots 1. 6. 7 & 20. Block :& City of H. H. RAULERSON,
tSOUTHLANDS HEIGHTS Okeechobee. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
: FOR Mayor City of Okeechobee Garden tools are implement to
Tract a Julia Rowland __---- .... 1.81 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY, 4 t
i'" E% '0' SWY4 of E..14' 31' 33 20 .J.1fax Scott__ EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT FLORIDA.IN be used in the gardan-the neigh \
70.2: CH4NCERY.
.r.
NEa of NW% of NE" 20 31 3.1 10 WJJJDemp.e"... -,'. :1.riO TRUSTEES IMPROVEMENT OF THE FUND INTERNAL OF TUB JAMES V COUSART NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB bor's chickens should also COme I
; IkL 200 ft W of NE <- -f': < ;0 Plaintiff
t"Or 'f STATE OF FLORIDA.
:: of 8 TAX DEED under that name.A j. I
of of "
% NWI.4 NWof
t;> By-Mabel Ranlerson Sheffield ETTA Notice Is hereby glren that B. Blum.
MARY COUSART
": SE\4. ran W 130 ft. 8 330 .._ ; Agent for Trustees of the loternalImprom the holder of the following certificateshas
1-' tt. E 180 ft. N 180 ft. -,. "k< .is nt Fund and for Boardof Defendant. filed old certificates for a tax pleasing surprise Is when you
t W ro It. N 1:10: It __:0 31 33 1% Carlisle stilT FOR DIVORCE
Tbomas ____ 8.Dl Commissioners of Everglades deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
.. .
N %/3 ff SE% of 8W% ,-;.... .- Drainage District OkeechobeeConnty NOTICE TO APPEARTO numbers and years of Issuance receive but a pleasant surprise is

t of SE'4' -............. 29! 37 M 8 2:1 Inns: AUltin Ut'mls :___ 2.0; Florida. 121 \V Mary_ King Etta Street Consart. the description of the property and when you donate. *
J:. Beg NW eor GoTt lot f "', V May 16. 23. 30 June &-(4t) Winona. Minnesota. the names In which It was assessed areas

ran E 510 ft to belt thent'e sE Yon, are hereby required to appear follows:
.,, 510 ft to W bdry Conelyproperty. NOTICE t to the Bill of Complaint filed in the Certificate No. 237 Tear of Issuance
8 to IT Lake above styled the same being a 1926.VCertificate
1.. cause
level, S degrees 4 5' W\.11V.: Notice is hereby given that sealed suit for dirorce on or before the 2nd No. 1919 Year of Issuance

f'" ft. North 1t 3:1: 37s3; U H. IV. Jlulse7 "lIE" ---..:;- Ut proposals will received by the Boardof day of June 1947, otherwise the all,. 1927.Certificate. No. Year
of Issuance
: Lots 10. 11 aDdt'2.mt County Commissioners of Okeechobee Rations of said Bill will be taken as IOCS.
:: County Florida, at the room of confessed by 192aCertificate sv
;: 2. POWELL SUBDIVISION Unknown you.It
L62t. No. Tear of Issuanceortlfiicate
..;,. --------- aid County Commissioners hi1 the ia further ordered that this order 2518
fir.J : ONXEB HIGHLANDS BLK. Courthouse in the City of Okeechobee.lorida be published In tbe Okeechobee Newt
Lots 1 aDd 2 :.. 2t Robert E. Stein 1i.i a newspaper published In said Count No. 1000 Year of Issuance
.. .- -- until 10-00 A. M. E.S T., Mon- 1930Certificate. cs
Lots 21. 22 and 23 ___- 4:1: Jean C. Hamilton :::::- -= 1:: lay, June 2, 1&47 for one Hanger Building and State once a week for four .u<'Ce" No. 7376 Year of Issuance
.
sire weeks.Dated
t: Lot .4 ----- 10 lIable E. Gammage ---- 1.32 60" x CO with one 50" :x: 12" dear at Okeechobee Florida, this 19.13.Deurlptlon. 111 pdrbME
DEBERRY GARDENS BLK. opening one piece by/fold canopy door the 30tb day of April. 1947. of property.Lota : .. ;
f wild building to be of structural steel 1 to S inc. and 13 to 24 inn ,
Lot IS to 1 Inc- 1 \T'm G. Wallace (SEAL)
'f ------ 1.32 of hot rolled structural shapes Terms Mabel Raulerson Sheffield Block I. Okeechobee Development '
OKEECJlOBEE CITY BLK. of purchase will be cash and delivery Clerk Circuit Court. Company's Sub Division. ': I

; Lot. :5 k 8'..........-- 23 Frank BOlwf'lI) --.... 1.68 must be made not later than 24 weeks By Connie W. Raulerson. D. C. Name In which assessed B. Blum.

Iota 10 $11 ___ 23 Wnll Wllllams ,. ?.- 1.50 after formal order Is given The County O. C. Du rrance. County All of of the Okeechobee.old property State being of In FiorLda. the HOME CANNING'S .
Commissioners the torejecthny Okeechobee. Florida. < ...
reserve right
tj. Lots 1 and 2. .
.Josepbloe Captee. .1
2:7: : -;:- .or all bids and 'to waive Solicitor for Plaintiff. JEST 1 '
such certificate certificatesshall lid
= Unless or metal
'LotLt7: :- 1fI!, ViotetReaaonerj; _. 1.32 nformalltiea. 2.plece I
to law theproperty
be redeemed according
Lot 10. .:::...:..... ....:...._ 41 Alberta Howard \ L32 C. E. DRAWDY. described in such certificateor U.. this ....... d.v.lope.at Nt 2. -
Lots 1 to fine -V_ __ 44 Emma Dean, Est Chairman. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND certificates will be sold to the high Jo lIIotoiliclt' n....'. M dovbt of
N 40 ft of Iota T 1& 12 toe U Emma Dea' E.t ===-= .;: Board County Commissioners FOR FLORIDA.OKEECHOBEE COCNTY eat"bdlder at the court house door on i pins a taf* tool-for .
Okeechobee County Florida. tbe first Monday tn the month of June jUST your .
1 ___ 58 E. R. ClavelLott "' .
-Lot IN CH.'NCERY.llAmOS' 1W7. which is the 2nd day of Jane PRESS hoar. eoaaed food
;:; 2.. ,1.1 and 12 __ 59 Ira R. Young _-_. IlJO FITZGERALD. 1947 Jurt pntt to ttt-W

H. :: Lou 4 fad G __ .-- .-..: 90 E. D. Ross 1.32Lot NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Plaintiff.. Dated this 29th ,day of April. 1947 TO ,DOME Is dow, {or is
"
;; LAW
4 -... ................. In Inca Drawd---------- 3.94 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN EDWARD FITZGERALD. (SEAL) Mabel Ranteraon Sheffield .>. TIST tooladl Fit*ear Motott It ._
Lot' :2 ---._ 180 Sheridan Phliii--------- 132 Notice ia hereby given that the undersigned Defendant. Clerk of the Circuit Coat of t {or. Eosy to use ...- !
Lot'.8 ,- 233 S. L. lIorrlilOn -.::::::=::. 1.32V pursuant to the "Plctittoaa SUIT FOR DIVORCE Okeecbobee Countr Florida cov.. Ifs two. Con '
Name Statue." House Bill No. 1175.: NOTICE TO APPEAR Connie W. Rauleraon. D c. : .
t. V_ Lots 1 and 2 -. .-.-... 243.J. C Rogera "HE"' -----, .26FlOVTH Chapter. 2O953 Laws of Florida. Act. of TO known.Edward Fitzgerald Residence Un. By: t-Ei with atora BALI th ooty JARS way AND-

OKEECDOBEE BLK. will register with the Clerk of r
Lot a __ 6 Marie L. Rhodes 1.32Lot the Circuit Court In and for Okeecho You are hereby required to appearto 4 -1_ DOME UOSI

4 .... 19 Rap Draua-hton _-.-...__._._ U.06 bee County. Florida upon receipt of abore toe Bill of Complaint filed In the

Lot 8 _u ............_ to Unknown --------- 1..32'Lot. the proof of publication of this HAR-notice day the styled 2nd cause day of on June.or before 1917, Men.the
wit
the fictitious name to- :
SOUTHWEST ADDITION GRAVES CONTRACTING COMPANY same being a salt for divorce other WE SPECIALIZE

19 .20. ......__.7 Zanlta Crouch __-- 1.32: under which I am engaged In business wise betaken the allegations of said bill will GROCERS
aa confessed by
''OKEECItOBEI. ,ILEIGHTS : 10 the City of Okeechobee. Florida.c defendant. tile said Jn Curing and
RAVES.
n. n ARC
Lot 10 2' Frank. Chandler "HE" __ 3.si: Florida It la further ordered that this order
.. Dated in Okcechobee<< Connty. be published week for Smoking.Meats t
.. .. once a four auc.cessire .
ROYAL OAKS ADDITION May 15th. 1947. weeks in the Okeeckobee NewL' .

Lot 8 _......-.........-.- 2' Alfred WaUefioo,."ni-., __ 3.SO: : (May 10. 2X 30. Jon 6-((4t) a newspapr. publlshd In said County.
Also wholesale and
Lot tJ: Bit 4.SOUTHERN V :- and State.Dated .
PINES ADDITION at Okeecbobee. Florida this
S IJmmle BlaLt.--------------.. 1.32 NOTICENotice' the 30th day of April. 1047. Retail Cuts. i
Lot 41 -
\ is hereby given that I (SEAL)
._ Benlab TlllmaD 1.32 Mabel Rauleraon Sheffield.
WRIGHT BASS ADDITION have purchased the interest of J. Cler' arcttlt Count. THOMAS PKG. CO ,

Lot. a __-- '2e Queen Black 1fdCeule: uDE""HE"----.--.277- 2.7L A. Abney in the firm of ABNEY a: G. C. Durrance By Connie, W, Raulersoa. D. C. Parrott Ave.

Late 51 I ow D Walter 1.110 SON and will continue to operateIt Okeeehobee. Florida.
Lots 11 and 12 __........... .- B lIamle Roberta -- ------ under the same name. On and Solicitor for Plaintiff. i ifft #It'

RAILROAD ADDITION 8. J. Davis u-*.;. 1.32. after May fat, 1947, J. A. Abney
Lot T 1 --"U& 2.77 ', Jti A-----A&_ ... __ -- -- -- -- __ _ _a _
Lot 41 2 LonDle Stevens -- will not be responsible for any .---v--:
.. 1.:12:
Lots 7 A 8-. .,..-__ 'f Amelia Houston .. --.132 debts obligations or liabilities of
So.J. Davie .:,, -
-12
Lot 10 the said firm.

BROWNING ADDITION ... 10.00WRIOnrS -B. P. ABNEY.
.
.. Whltehtlnt -
C ;Jessie -
;: Lot. 12 anel IS ...- '
; '
FIRST ADDITION
11r. Roberta. E.t. ...- -- 3.si: emnrial
"l
Lots 1 '
"nE' ..... I.SO: au
..... .. Bike 1S A. n. hare
Lots 2 1 .. ',. 1.32WRIOIIT.S v .
V Florence Odom ---------- CLASSIFIED ADS
Let IS 81k 13 -.
SECOND ADDITION '
Robert. .Jr.. _- 1.3:
V O. Eo
.. Lot 1 A \
Beg 89 It N of center ,
See 22. ran E 112 It. 8loo FOR RENT
rt. m! U2 It. N looft 8.31BESSIE'
.. 22 aT 3i: 'J. F. Coachman --- FRIDAY MAY 30

Tax C.n.et.r. 1947'L
ALDERXAN. Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobee
m '
OkHeliobee c..t FI.rldar on State highway. 7879 acres all :

k. fenced and croas-fenced. Cattle IS MEMORIAL DAY AND A LEGAL HOLIDAY IN :THE "

.' jJv.et4es..s Tat two houses barn, ... -.
pens, dipping = "3WewiIINotkopeforhMsiIessoItkatDav.. --i., ;
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.... .,,' STATE FLORIDA.
: T: about 600 acres in carpet grass. OF

9 m wl1 .lsit"J'y J, cMarsh_ Write owner.

PARSLEY
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Box No 3091'
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1 Kenora, W. Va.


s When .Ed's Crops Failed


L FOR Okeechobee SALE-Lot Florida 9, Block by J. US l[. AH Orders For Currency, Payrolls or Transfer of Money- Should

; < ,," '.
'' Two hours later Ed was in pos Roney owner MS Atlantic NatT. s -
,. Tart years afo Ed Smith's lack Made On Or Before THURSDAY MAY J.
Be
Florida 29,1947.Okeechpbee
: aeuion'ofhla home and'furnish. Bank. Jacksonville, ; .. _
i. went bad. .. +crop failed and it z. .
; who d paid for
and the folks <
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wauit Ioajbeters Eda boas and Ings :

3. oraUkfan Win! p for aactloa,. them were sitting:around Ed's fire FOR SALE-New Case TractorModel : ,. ,:,

beer . .... ... '. .
en njoyin a!neighborly:glass "LA. dual wheels. Can h' ). -. '-.' ._ ..
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t I Hslf'tb town. :turned out, and to ,show their friendship and be seen atDounera Machine Shop. .. .. .. "'. .': ; .
; e
q., Ed must,have thought Us neigh- their confidence in Ed. ei .

g_ bore were bunch of hungry wI- once feet i
( Today Ed. back -another
.-. turw-: buyia :up" aB his'prcdoos_ coactraetiv, member of thecoMaaHy. $500 REWARD. -for conviction of Countyflank

'.,: possessions 'SOB > And from. where I sit. any person or persons who cut ,
fort > .' YemOi'Fed.rl9epoat -
When It" .waa'oTer. and the aae-. ,we've all been wen repaid-a good my fence., HOLMBS :: Intense Corporatfoai "
; -NATlLUl
x .. i:1oater had krVSa* .Abanuthvtana iavestmeat ia a good a L.
: ; (Up) : 15 Okeechobee Fla.
to tfc. crowd aid says: All .Phone :- ,

tAM ((4aa w.t for s. '

a right glass, tolba.51lt'a of-be.f.aad the* pet'. .. c90eiJ ... FOR SALE>>Home baked Cakes A S. _H. McDougald- Vice, President. :R:. G. DyneS, Cashier.

bVVV stab bSek:mace kbejoagal'ey ,Pies;; decorated tor all occasions.Mrs. ,,' :.

f.j4J.. 9;** 'f> ': ,.<-. ,:- .' Gladys;Clay .
+ : : Co Stator Breu J hwdati.a Camp. ; :, : : :
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THE OKEECHOBEC NEWS. OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA


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SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS




; ; 1 LUST LOVER Lrool/? D v5owJied J9 7. f lactune .froch



Summer.

(Jertatile tlatterinft
i In? ,

JO HeFarUae., whose taUter Richard "You'll let young McFarlane that BordIne fellow before you mar: ..rHy /

disappeared ia World War I, falls ia tore alone or he'll be called into my office Tied WIn? Before you got that Mexican .

with when Lieut. Space Gordon She Is apset for an Interview" he said divorce? Were ;you a child Electric on
she discovers her brother, Rte
bride? I 1
cily. think not"Her
; hat fallen to lore with Sandra CaJvert.a ) <
; divorcee of questionable character. "I sea" She waited a little before eyes flashed viciously. "You Farms Fills Needs {r c: 2 fw

j Jill is thrown from her horse and hospitalized she spoke "Blackmail!" cowardly snoop! Go ahead and.

baring her absence Richard "No blackmail Just a brief alr- peddle your tales if you think it will r

J' visits her mother, Julia. Ho tens her heattuned lug of the truth and you wouldn't do any good. There are a few Serves as Substitute ,

the name of Captain ftfackeyand know about truth would you. things I could ten about you too" '
i 1. stationed at the u Power Service
same camp Central
Sandy? How old are you now for "Nothing whatever that isn't
Kl*. His father, John.I, who has aided
Julia in raising the children denounce instance known already," he said coolly Despite the made by
progress
Richard Julia Is horrified at his calk Tm old enough to see through "Nothing that .could hurt.me .In the > suppliers> in "electrifying rural :
>Bsness and refuses to ten her children your rotten game But if you think least now." power
Is vast
America the task so
the truth. At cimp Captain Mickey tens rou're going to force me to start "You tell Ricky McFarlane a to .
'not breached
will
__. ale he knew his father in France '- that thousands of farms
seeing you-eo of tales about me and see what hap..
f- lines for several
daring the first war.CHAPTER. "You flatter yourself my dear. I pens! He won't believe you. He'D A by number electric of these farms -

I was never in your little red book. want to fight you but he can't because years existing or'
located far from .
: ; XIII I: was Win's friend: I want nothing you're twice as old as he contemplated are distribution lines. {. t ty Y

, i from you. Lucky for me. for is and you've got bars on your
Farmers,, need not have to delayor
there's nothing about you that shoulders. He'll hate He hates
s" He had to take care of her, Ric you. do without electricity and the convenience
r 'any self respecting man would you already. He told me he hated
decided, she mustn't be hurt again. want!" you." time and laborsaving appliances : :

After the war when men had acquired and production equipmentIt
, Her features contorted anger, "AH privates hate their officers. \
equality again he'd look up operates-if they have available a
aur" Irs[ the American in them .
hate and fear driving all the ,; the
Lieutenant Colonel Win Calvert and stream which will provide a head of
face prettiness out of her face. Her fierce individualism in this coun- .
hand him a good jolt in the jaw. water sufficient volume to operate :
skin took: on a greenish cast", her try that makes men fight for equally .
In her Sandra Calvert hydroelectric unit In most cases, .
own room a -
darkened or for
It
eyes and receded, behinda superiority. keeps them .
shed her girdle with a relieved sigh. a small dam is required and a pond -
curtain of trying. It's what makes this
pure raga"Your army .
She'd done letting thus formed for power purposes, '
a stupid thing, that \
one no goose-stepping mob of (
Ricky see her in a morbid mood. insults can't hurt me. she also may be used for watering stock. I .

Men don't like too much emotion in said. "I don't expect anything better McFarlane regimented slaves can lick. Ric fire protection or recreation. Such .
from vou And I'm not afraid of doesn't hate me. He'sthinking di toi
women not unless it was directedat units are capable of producing e
J them. And dragging Win In had your threats. But this interest in be about the day when m rect or alternating electric currentat r av, o ;M
a captain and he'll be to
major
a
'
been low cost and make use of water t '
the clumsiest move of alL She and FU have to salute him. It's 1 > $'r't ,,8I58

had so little time. Soon Ricky good for them that feeling." which night- otherwise be wast- /( z
would be sent off to officer's school. ed. ({ 12-20
"He hates you," Sandra persisted. -
and she hadn't money enough to '
"He won't,believe a word you : Rnnnfl-Yoked Frock
follow him. Win would be slow with ,

her alimony, of course. He was always say. rF1 I PRETTY round-yoked frock
He lit another A
slow; It would stop if shemarried cigarette. He was for all your summer activi*
of But she smiling now. He put on his cap .Y 5 8152
again ,
course. M ties. Four buttons fasten each
was not dubious of the future. r.:; tilting it arrogantly.a little his eyelids narrowed a L ,MMr'IL I2.42e shoulder a narrow belt circles

She was brushing her hair when your waistline neatly. Use a

the knock sounded on the door. "Want to gamble on it, Sandy? bright all-over flower print and see

t. Swiftly she shook the bright curls He may hate me. He may itch to how many compliments. you gather

; ti into a cloud around her face, picked hit me., but he'll believe me. Men Easily Laundered Dress !

i up a jacket edged with fluffy white not don't lie to each oilier: often" SCALLOPS edge the diagonal .

: fur, and opened the door. Then she about women. Think' it over. closing handy pocket on Pattern No. 8158 Is for sizes 12. 14
He closed the door without 16. 18 and 20. Size 14. 3% yards of 33 -
drew back her face stiff with fury. ; a this delightfully cool daytime inch.

: 'f "What do you want?" she demanded sound as be went out. dress. The comfortable -wraparound Send your order to:

angrily. cr t Sandra Calvert sprang to her style makes it easy to

I ; Captain Roger Mackey quirked an feet, her hands tightened. Into livid wear a joy to launder. Tie the SEWING CTPCLE PATTERN DEPT. t

i' eyebrow and smiled at her without fists. "You you. She chokedon bow jauntily on the left side. 530 South WeDs St. Cfcleat-o 7, KL- !
Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
her fury. I
i mirth. pattern desired. ..

"Very pretty, Sandy. You were Why when there' were hundredsof Pattern No. 8152 comes in sizes 12. 14. Pattern No Size_ I
I expecting somebody else. I infer?" posts all over the country, had 18, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14. 3i yards j
of 33: or 39-inch. .
Name .
r "I was not! Go away before I Rod Mackey been sent to Ridley .k I

; call the house detective.*' field? She had chosen the place 1 AddresSt.Jos-.

"1 think I -won't go away," he because it was a small city, not 1 K.W. unit on a ranch in Montana. ,

! answered. coolly. "I came to toto too well known, and the living was
/ The electrical capacity of units,
you.** cheap. She had followed the air
such that illustrated varies from
as
"You're not going to talk to me." corps because for so long her life '
3 to 10 kilowatts. For example:
Her face was livid. Her eyes lad beep bound up with it, and when rr

: blazed. "Get out of my; door, or. Win left she had stayed, because A typical unit' will generate one kilowatt
; with eight-foot head of water -
an
I'll telephone the office.' she liked being with men with wings tO BIG FJIASPIRINS
MAKES
having 'a flow of 190 cubic feet Keep old pieces of fine, soft l
on their collars. She had seen
I 1 don't think you'll do that.
of water minute. As the head
per wool. They make excellent dust-
Mackey around but had kept out of
t Sandy. Stop being dramatic and
his of water increases, the volume required ing cloths. WRS AT
way.
I let me pass-and shut that .door.
decreases for the operationof
,: "1'don't entertain men in my bedroom She picked up the telephone, gavea -e-
of
; ... Rod Mackey." room number, stamping her foot a generator given capacity. Before storing: away your ga
t' Thus, with a head of 25 feet, a hydrcP '
W"AU right I'll 'wait while you mpatiently. Her face was set and loshes, turn them inside out and
electric unit will generate one3 kilowatt dunk them in' tub of warm
bitter, with hard lines around her a ,
. put on a coat or something, and
with a volume flow of only 63 h
water. Scrub them with
l I" we'll talk in the little parlor down mouth. But her voice cooed. soapy a .
cubic feet of water minute. An
per
brush then rinse and them
the halL" "Ricky, did I wake you up? Darling dry
po head is all that. neededfor 'A
"Courage Is'a muscle of the mind"a eight-foot from heat. l
away feat season they .
"And be overheard by a lot of Fm so sorry! But I have to those generating from 'one-half :

soldiers and their dates? No;thank young private-just a boy at your see you in the morning. Early. 'Oh. to five kilowatts. will-not dirty -e-your shoese ,

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to thread
We haven't a thing to say to ea be nine, at least Ricky, you mustn'ttentto a KIDNEY SUFFERERS!
interesting if you'd explain why
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other. Get out now, will you?" tail me. It's so terribly impor- Fungicides 'TestedBy
you're so concerned about Richard nally. ;
He cocked his'head and looked at McFarlane an of a sudden." us!" -e- 74% BENEFITED.In .
Jill came back to Buzzard's Hill Vegetable( Mice
her insolently. "I have some things I "There's "
no special explanation. For substantial buttonholes, first cOnical Ust by recognized
to say to you. If you don't want He was watching her sharply, her from the hospital wearing a black Scales of Easter lily bulbs are make a row or two of machine N.Y. research organizatloeAS

{ other people to hear them I suggest sling and a pathetic face, and lay subject to attack-by 'a fungus .
quick shift of attack which had not very stitching around the where pttwnte wo rufferiDC from tani&f M*
that you let me In and close the put him off guard "I happened to on a couch on the screened porch all causing scale rot" which' accounts spot. Mgoi.cettuc up meat.All were cma UbUt
the baaed
i indifferent buttonhole is to be. on tudteai tiunltdg* TbaM Ubta j
door" know that boy's father in France. day, to everything that for their adoption by Drs. W. D. Mc-' -eTo both.timvlated kids (M do coaroatiaMJ d*,,

11 "If you're seen coming In hereI I know his family. His father was went on around her. Clellan and N. W. Stuart U.S.D.A. iwwi oretia.pilla)..td :l;i ,tied r wsed w.u.
(only Foley FU1 aboaootte .TJurwaJt:
She keep a gilt picture or mirror )
k might be put out of the hotel!" --my friend. I owe a debt to thatfamily. could not read she complained agricultural research division, in determining frame from of tot VM 74% were freed of batnuc MMonly *-;
I it little because she couldn't manage the effectiveness of various drying or cracking pata tWoa. land to get up tt Bight OM-ttai u 1
can pay a by book with little lemon oil on gently once sesaytime*.To BY*rooneif quicker,ka g ,
a one' hand.Onearmed .
Mackey Pays a saving that boy from a woman lilteyoul" fungicides at the Beltsville station. twice fag benefit from tfeu MV formal get =
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men do it," her a year. not rub. (UM wr kKln.y-bl.daer) FiOtfroBMir, dra *
Social Call"I -.eU girt.1 ulesi y m find them tar m wuu.at.ateo1ay.
She sat down in the big chair grandfather told her. He went to One fact that makes these "vege the paint Job is to be interrupted JO- UBLE OU& MONEY BACk.NYKr .

think you're safe. No one same w with a little, pitiful collapsing town and returned with an elaborate table mice" particularly useful in for several
come down the halL" He walked contraption a sort of book-desk days or if a
movement She looked small and testing work is that all the scales new shade of is
in shut the door and she with an elastic band to 'hold the paint required the
firmly undefended, she looked naive and from one bulb ;are genetically thehim brush should be
backed away from him and put a helpless. pages of the book. But when he thoroughly

big chair between them. "Sit down had arranged her favorite magazine cleaned in a solution made for that
"What's the matter
with
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and relax Sandy. After all,*we'reold Rod?" she asked. "Why are you so on it and showed her how to purpose or -e-turpentine.
friends." turn the Jill
smiled
pages. at
bitter against me? rm not bad. leaves steal the
"You were never a friend of mine rye never been bad. rye had a wanly and pretended to read but nutrition from
Rod an hour later Julia carrots once they are pulled from
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Mackey. came here to getaway noted that no
lot of heartbreak crowded into a .ss a M the Y'
from everything that I hated. few I page had been turned. ground. Clip leaves when car
years. was young when I rots
are pulled out of the
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when
was unlucky they sent you married
Win Calvert He'knew his -
to this post I don't want to be re A Discussion
way around in that wild set over .

minded the islands.of anything Please that happenedIn and there in the islands. I didn't I About Jill zti JWD 4. .tL Jtind:
go away
had,to grope. I made mistakes. I did
leave me alone." "It she'd get a letter from that
stupid things. I made Win furious, Albert
Tm not going to talk about old army feller, she'd have a different Einstein commuting from
but I
wasn't bad. Win bad.
times," he said amiably. "rm g oHe was rotten. You know was that I face on her," John L complaJnd to Princeton N. J., to New York City vALUA :

ing to talk about now. About you." was only foolish. And then after Julia over his breakfast coffee. recently train. A decided'waiter to lunch on the change to

She flared at him. "No wonderthe they sent us home and I got back "But likely where he is. he can't : a. handed him the
menu. The
) broke you! You are the most into a sane atmosphere again I saw even get a chance to sit down much fumbled for great his mathematician few the IG# c e i
.. less write." glasses but he'd
Impossible offensive person I ever how intolerable it had all beexw :I
mew. 'Tm dlsappolntd in Jill" Julia C forgotten them. Though extremely OR yew smile -
saw that I couldn't take any more :
His eyebrow tuckered again the and that I needn't take any more. said. "Didn't I give my childrenanything his nearsighted shoulders Einstein shrugged Efficient Colo w..b two waver

mocking trace of a smile hovered So I divorced Win. and he didn't at all. John L? Anything The Easter lily with from 40 to GO and attempted to ear' .
but read the bill of fare 1 Helps film...bring
over his dry mouth. "You don't do care. I think he was filad. He was charming manners and aver scales of almost china-like smoothness he held it anyway. First all the remov cuouai lustre of year. -

that dowager stuff very well glad to be rid of me., Now I've age intelligence and good looks? X Is weD adapted to Its "moose" close at arms length and then mule _

Sandy. Stick to the old army game. met this McFarlane boy. and he'S had courage. I wanted to give then role to testing of fungicides. he'to his face. But it was no 2 A ipedal in jredio* ia O!o* i-,

Swear If you feel like It. I won't nice to me rm not harming him. courage." use; couldn't make it out without eacourtce' ntxlr sossse*-.

mind. But rm going to give you a There are women who could harm "You never' gave them courage same and for that reason the vul his glasses. Finally he turned which has a toatf effect oa S* ; -
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to the ... them foot *a* C'
helps soak
few orders-now!" him. but when he's with me he' because you never gave them anything nerability to attack the rot is uni it for waiter me please and "said: "You read. .'IOae lIP roar* JIIIJle-W; i&: ; .

"I don't have to take orders from safe from them.. You're threatening to fight or be afraid of. You form. ;

you run not In your command." to call him in and tell him things did all the fighting yourself. Courage Some other_ advantages of this new The waiter shook his head sym 1dd. NclCrraSv'tl3 ; r ,, .

t "You'll take these orders. Sandy about me. Can't you see howuseless is a muscle ia your mInd.You've method are that the scales can be pathetically and "replied: Tse ignorant Inns I1/ _l.. 2

Calvert He was grim now his that.would be?" got to use it or it gets used at any time of the.year,if perly' too, boss. $:
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flabby on you. handled, the effect of the .. ". ,,'- ;; ;
blue disease -
2 eyes were ice. 1 want you ..
to let that boy alone." Sandra ReceivesA "What can I do with her? I can't attack on the' scales can be : f

< Her mouth curled scornfully. send her back to chcoL SheaInterest lost read with ease because they are r-----------------:

s "Did they assign you to be a nurse Threat her. She in other men so parties bore smooth and almost white, the chemical "I

x to that squadron out there?" "No. I can't. Sandy. Not If I told needs something to ao to be tested .can be applied as '
MOM
'Take It easy, Sandy. You show him, for instance, about a certain when"Plenty her arm to do knits but what?** dust and in a suspension or solution AND POPQ JfAGKEE T E ai :
right here""She
: Mexican divorce he the equipment is ,
your a C. when you blaze up like case said isn't simple and takes '
coldly, "or about the Martins-he interested. She'd mope -little'-space. :

-not that.getting Very out unbecoming tin you promise too. Fm to might be interested In hearing look over around it and the carry that reproachful i RAISINS <$|ARE SOFTER N**WIClei >) i

house an
the
aehc that_ boy about his about that" time. Glands I & jS* jfyTIH
; business If s because she feels so Chick Bigger l
aM not.to. see him again. "Could I help it if a colonel's wife unsure so : I "IPIMPRO\'Et? ,
incomplete. If EAISJNBRAN
she'd married :
i that When Fed Thiouracil ,
t *"*"What is this all about", aD.YWQt. was a horrible old harpy so ugly young lieutenant** -

:.."demanded shrilly. TU sees and Jealous she made her husband'slife '"My Studies Perdue experiment station I I '

C'BI.ek7 MeFarlane ,whenever I like. miserable She earned me la ask her.understanding Like is. he didn't have shown that a new drug 1 TlAKESiy' &,SIS

:_ I-j .9;3ai 'istt't'stop mel"t' that divorce purely out of spite** see him agabv as He not was shell so never thiouracil. wEen fed to'chickens at I y sAY5. it 1 i:

.. .. ';"" .d&arette from the "You needn't begin crying. Thai to'get into action that he crazy a ,level of 0.2 per cent, resulted ia I: '

:t t' '.. 1 t f OLO .e. Ut It elaborate- won't work.", it she said.. That kind don asked't for marked changes tn' the thyroid TENDERNESS, I IS..' SEALED. fk IN. BY !
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danger.
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levelly through that wouldn't you? You'd like to tag for It** =When the_drug was fed to i .
.. .- '"} .;, break, .And: ANEW .HONEYCOMB: CCAT1I&1t ; ,
.... .. me., you're lying about "Thara why he didn't ask breediagf hens the thyroids of new ; ..

-, <0, ,,I,"'t_itlsp 7ou.; he said. my ate. and you know that",.-too. perhaps. He seemed like a high her ly-hatched 'rhlcks.were' greatly enlarged 1 '

< I was nineteen. ..when X married Win principled lad, .:'! hatchability of the I f
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