The Okeechobee news
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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 30, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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! I -" ".. H DDT House I The Church Fidelis was Class entertained of the Methodist last Get CertificatesIn ILLINOISRoy DISTRICT. GREAT LAKES, Governor CaldwelFs Signature ami

:' I Thursday night by Mrs. Gladys W. Draughon, 20, electrician

l' f t Program .i Snell. Beauty, PomptCompleting mate third class, USN, eon. of Mr. All Penalties Rave Been Rs evii>

f i After the routine business! meet. and Mrs. Roy W. Draughon Okethobee t
Ing. the class was entertained with Fla. is serving aboard the -
t j -; tular meeting of local selections by Ada Jan Cason, the last rear of the heavy cruiser USS Toledo Governor Caldwell let the new '
on a
t i 1 /unty: Commission Elementary School fish bill, eliminating the penalties
f who tang "Gypsy Lore Song, and : grade, the round-theworld cruiM.
'- r-.11 I State Board'of graduates of for violating game and fish cam-
the sixth
Lex "Sweet Myateryof grade proud.
l I King singing During the cruise the ship will Sunday morning, Insteadof
the County ly took their mission rules on Lake Okeechobee
anjjiclpate places
t Life" and "Mighty Lak a Rose"A on the stageof visit Gibraltar
i t : Port Said Egypt the sermon we are to see and
! the and the St. Johns River become
in thes auditorium lest a
( t ; social hour ensued, during Wednesday Bahrein; Ras at Tanura, Saudi hear of
something decidedly out
J \ *. now operat. afternoon to law without his signature Monday.The .
.. served present their
which refreshments were graduation -
Arabia Bombay, India Colombo,
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the ordinary in the presentation ofFlan.O
the bill wipes out the
I > Statev to Mrs. J. H. McNeill, teacher; exercises. statutory
: ( Ceylon; Singapore, Malaya, and Demonstration
a Graph
! ; \ e County will Mrs. L. Dreese Miss Joe Parrish, Against the background of a Yokosuka, Japan., penalty for violation of Game and
Lecture entitled: "Truth and .Consequences'
i praying, and Mrs. C. R. Bayles, Miss Alice Bass, beautifully decorated stage, the I Fish Commission rules insofar as
The Toledo later will-operate inthe *
1 to be given by the Rev
i JDT will boys in all of Lake Okeechobee and
} kill Mrs. R. Danford, Mrs. A. II. Davis, their white shirts and tie Western Pacific before returning the
Earl N. Bergerstock, of St. Peters
3 5es files fleas Roe and the girls in their St. Johns River from Volusia Bar
.' Mrs. E. H. Hunt Mrs. J M. pastel frills, to the United States.
burg, recently appointed State Superintendent
1 NANCY estiferous in- presented to the ocean are concerned. How.
Mrs. J. R. Mlnehan, Mrs. R. Draug- as pretty a picture as
i I THINK t'1-ntact with the hon, Mrs. E. King and Mrs. A. J. one could hope to find anywhere.' Rev. and Mrs. E. M. C. Dunklin of. the Florida Anti. ever it leaves In effect all laws govrning .
PLAY HOU5 The federal I : The graduates marched into the League.Dr. the taking of black bass. :
who arrived here last Friday af_
Bergerstock has been well
i WITH Myugh the State i auditorium to the accompaniment In effect it reopens to commer.ial .
Biettger. ternoon from their home in Palat.a .
t LITTLE T will furnish the I I I of a rhythm band consisting of) known throughout Pennsylvaniafor net fishing those waters which
to Homecoming
r MOP -otlve and all spray girls and boys of the lower grades many years as an outstanding have been closed since Fine Arts ClubEntertained a S the ,Baptist Church will leave temperance author educator and
I and a supervisorliounty the direction of Mrs. Minnie
Monday for West Palm Beach
lecturer, and brings us a message
is asked to fur- Donaldson. The-bilI as introduced was known
where they will spend a few days unique and challenging in this ;
labor necessary by MrsH. Bennie Gene Burdeshaw, son of as Senate BilK 137 and was Intro ;
r -ith their son'before returning to
newest presentation which has
r of the spray Irs. Corinne Burdeshaw was pre. duced in the Senate .by Senator -
charge to the sented with the Woodmen of the their home at Falatka. been given the past year to more Pearce of Palatka. It passed the

t V elders for the service and [ Raulerson World Award for his outstandingwork than 75,000 persons. It bears the Senate by a vote of 18 to 16. It was ,

; I i j'emakers who wouldlike in American History. Old) Members of highest commendation of ministers sent to the House where it passed. 1

1 1 nd the summer free from all the The afternoons program opened educators, bishops and the that body by a vote of 59 to 19.

1 "l i insect pests are urged to On Wednesday afternoon with the salutation address by press. He plays with figures as a The vote In the Senate for the
Fine Arts Club was entertained by I Church Are
Baptist boy does with marbles, and the
', ct their commissioners and Jeanne Clay,after which Rev. C.II. bill was:
L Mrs. H II. Raulerson who was as. audience likes it aa he fearlessly
I ..:1 participation in this Elland asked the invocation.
w V prrTam. silted by her co-hoste, Mr. R. E. At denounces wickedness in high eas-18..
I Completing the program were: HomecomingAbout
-i u Link. places with an argument that can.
All householders will be contact. Song-"Tenting Tonight"By Mr. President LindlerleaCham
J The was an Interesting
., ed personally before the spraying program the ......,......... Class not be refuted. Mathews.
t review of the prints of Currier &: -
Let us pack the church next -
time and instructed how to pre Scripture Lesson and 48 former members of the Brackin McArthur
I their homes for the wholesale Ives, prepared by Mrs. J. T. Han Baptist Church returned to Okee- Sunday morning to hear this djr
1 pare I Prayer . Rer. W. R. Howell Branch Moon
cock and read Mrs. E. H. Hunt.
"I ) slaughter of these Insect pests. by Reading-"Sister's New chobee Sunday to participate in the amic speaker. Coleman Pearce

; Officers elected for the new club Dress . Melita Lightsey annual Homecoming services. Front pews will be reserved for Flake Perdue

year were Mrs. W. D. Boehmer Sbng Merry Melody . Class The morning services were in our Sunday School young people.Dr. Franklin Ray
Mrs. G H White is president Mrs. T. W. Conely, Jr., will also have
I Bergerstock a
charge of Rev. C. H. Eiland who
i Address ... .. Rev. W. G. Lyle Fraser (29th) Sanchez
I vice-president, Mrs. R. E. Link, DwelLIng 10 to 15 minute presentation In the
preached on the topic "Our
Song-The Angelus ... .. Class Getzen Walker

:{ Laid to Rest In the secretary treasurer,, Mrs.Mrs. A.C.J.L.Boettger Durrance, re_, Valedictory Presentation.ofCertificates. .... Albert Hawk The Place.church was crowded to Sunday SchooL Naysr-16. "

porter.A .. Pro!. Joel Nalley capacity, and following the mornIng Miss Minnie Lee
Plot delightful salad course was Alford Johns
Family Burial heldon
Benediction Rev. W. R. Howell service, picnic lunch was
: Bell
served to Mrs W. D1. Boehmer Mrs. the church grounds.As Johnson
Joel Nalley Mrs. A. H. Davis Mrs. McCarthy Honored Boyle King:
part of the Homecoming service .
M. Zelmenovitz. Mrs. E. H. Hunt, CARROLL Riddle
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Funeral services conducted Are in the afternoon. W. D. Coker -
..Vj were Mrs.. J. M. Roe Mrs. J. A. McNeill, Collins ShandsCntry ,
for Mrs. G. H. White Wednesday gave a complete and interesting With Shower
Mrs. J. H. McCranie, Mrs. Bryant Sheldon
ti1 WV afternoon at three o'clock at the church history. Also held in conJunction -
Bowden, Miss Jo Parrish MI'$ C. Honored at theCommencement Davis Sturgls
EIse1steIn.WIgginton Funeral with the service were '
T. Durrance, Mrs. T. W. Conely Jr., Fraser (31st) Witeon
'# i Home in St. Cloud. Mrs. White Memorial Services for members of Honoring: Miss Minnie Lee Mc-
Mrs. R. E. Link, Mrs. A. J. Boett Senator. from Okeechobee
f ; iris the mother of J. L. Barber, of the church who have passed ()n. Carthy, whose wedding to D. Cas 5-
and guest Mrs. V. L. Dexter
-JbLt e1t ':. ger Rev. Bossell pastor of the In'diantown gel will take place in the Catholic County
<.>.'. ;- "" o" -.> ; .. .. Mrs.,z.. ..1'---:..Williams .Mrs:. :R, .
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k She passed away at th&Kcesimmee --;: --: church along with .several church on Jane 3rd, Mrs. 0. L. o The'IQliowlngpa1rwas ...
Draughon Mrs. Sylvanus Harden, : annoonc
Hospital Monday afternoon I and Mrs. Harry Lamb. On Friday, May 23rd, twentyone members of his congregation, Hunt. and'Mrs.. J. H. McCranie en. ed'bjfthe; *Secretary: nc.. V '''. '

L .following an Illness of several students who had worked 12 attended and conducted baptism ertalned at the McCranie home' I am paired with Senator Leaird

s weeks.. She was 74 years old ands Mrs. J. T. Hancock and daughter long, hard years to win the coveted rites. with a lovely bridal shower. of the 30th District, on the passage .

was born and reared in Osceola Carol left Wednesday morningfor High School Diplomas, marched The days program concluded Little Merle Hunt looking like of Senate BID No. 237. If he

County Jacksonville, to spend a few to the stage of the School AudItorium with the evening service at which a doll in her blue party dress, were present he.would Tote Aye

Following the funeral servicesthe days with her parents, Rev and to the accompaniment of) time Rev, Dunklin preached the presented the honoree with a corsage and I would vote No.

body was laid to rest in the Mrs. E L. Schuler. On their re "Pompt and Circumstance" nlaved sermon. and sang for her "111 Be Lov_ HENRY BAYNARD,

family plot in the Kissimmee. Cem. turn, they will bring home Susan, by> M. O. Kent lug You Always. Additional vocal Senator, 11th District.In .
etery. who has been attending Jackson The Class of 1947 had chosen Mrs. B. E. Alsobrook of Lees music was furnished by Mrs. Sil-

r Besides her husband she is sur. High School. pink and green as their class colors burg arrived in Okeechobee last vanus Harden, who sang "Just a the House the rote was R

vived by four eons and two daughters > ; the class flower, the rose so Friday and Is spending this week Little Love a Little Kiss" and For the Bill

: Mr, and Mrs. Barber, son. NOTICE appropriately enough, the auditor here with her son in law and "The Sunshine of Your Smile."

Frank and eon in law, and daugh.ter turn was beautifully decorated In daughter Mr. and Mrs: Clyde The house was beautiful with Its Alexander Luckie
Mr. and Mrs. Charles liar- 'Horses Immu*"* agaius4 .J tep. those colors. The Class motto Is: Christopher. yellow and white floral arrange. Baker Martin.

I graves attended the funeral from ing staggers last year are protect "By Doing Our Duty, We Learnto menu of Easter lilies, zinnias and Barnhlll McKendree
here. ed against it this year but not Do It." BAPTIST TRAINING UNION marigolds. Beasley McKenzIe

I 4t against the crazy type of which By achieving the highest grades HOLDS UNION STUDY' Honoring. the bride to be were Botta MoMullen

there are only three places in Okee. during his High School years El COURSE ALL WEEKAll Mrs. V. F. Reeves, Mrs. V. Dexter Brown Melvin

t Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Walker chobee County that have it. phia Harden won the honors accorded during this week, there has Mrs. R. A Burgess, Mrs. W. D. Burnsed Merrill
and little daughter. Donna Rae, Type A and B only protects Moore
the Valedictorian. Next high been held in the Baptist church Boehmer Mm. Bryant Bowden, Burton
were visitors spending the pastE against sleeping staggers. Type C Mrs. Carter Morrow
was Salutatoran, Alma Joyce a Training Union Study Course, Mrs. 0 M. McCarthy, Gladys
i "" peek-end In Fort Myers with their protects against crazy staggers. fora Trumble. under the leadership of three women Snell, Mrs. T. W. Conely. Jr., Mrs. Clark, C. L. Murray
;V brother in law and sister, Mr. and ,little over one year.' Mrs. Athleon Aid Collins
I I After Rev W. R. Howell Invitedthe ot Fort Pierce trained in this C. T. Durrance: Papy
'7t Mrs. J. W. Yoeman. E D. HARRIS, D. V. M. Invocation, the song "Perfect I field Mrs. Gabon kljs. Wilson, erman.Mrs, Jack Elledge, Mrs. E. Cook Peacock

I Day" was sung by W. D. Boehmer. and Mrs. Emerson. H. Hunt' Mrs. M. Box, Mrs. J. A.McNeill. Courtney Peeples'

R The graduates had invited L. At the conclusion of the course Mrs. D. R. McNeill, Miss Crews Roberts"

t Grady Burton States Attorney, of there is to be held a banquet for Joe Parrish. Davis Rovell

Wauchula to deliver the Commencement those who have attended six units. Dayton Shepperd

: Address. The class was pre. These meetings will end Friday Representative W. J. Hendry left Dekle Smith;J. S.
l THE SHOPWill sented by Prof. Joel Nalley to CarlT. night. Sunday afternoon to return to I Dowda Smith,- L. W.

Durrance County Superintendent Tallahassee after spending the Dunn Smith,. R. C.

who awarded the diplomas to The Auxiliary the VFW will weekend here with hU family. Elliott Stirling

the following graduates: meet Wednesday night at eight Mrs. Hendry and eon Bill return. Floyd Stokes

Paul Burdeshaw, Dorothy Chandler o'clock' the Woman's Club for ed with him and will remain in Gilmore Taylor.

: J Open For Business Iris Conrad, Kathryn Conrad, the purpose of installing officers. Tallahassee until the session of Hawkins. Usina
Clifton Godwin. Billy Hair Betty The public is invited to attend.Mr. the Legislature is over Friday HENDRY Wainright

J Jean Hansel Carol Hall Cecil Harden night, June I. Hethoox Williams, O. K.

Elphla Harden Bill Hendry, and Mrs. Fox Ellis and Horne William- J. J.

SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1947I Johnnie Jenkins J C. Pearce. Mil. children of Avon Park spent the Mr*, II. P. Miles left Sunday for Jenkins Wilson

1 r I dred Phelps, Al Raulerson, Mary week end with the tatter's brother, her home in Salisbury, Md. aftera Johnson Wattiiky

s Virginia Swain Mary Frances I Loyd Tomlinson, and family. weeks' Visit with her parents, Kelly Yeomans'

:. Thomas. Alma Joyce Tremble John Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bethea. Miss Okeechobee County Representa--
1, Under New Management. Whidden, Juanlta Worth, and F. F. Burr is reported to be fa. Era Louise accompanied her home tive.
t vorably recovering from yon operation for months vacation.Mr. -
f Regular! Dinner and Short;; Orders. Vernon Wright. in the Arcadia, Hospital. He Against the Bill:
/: After the benediction by Rev. C. will still need hospitaliatkm for and Mrs F. L. Green of Ma.
H. Eiland the retired to Akannan McLure
I ,. .., another week before he will be con. Ga.. and Miss Annie Joyce
i" Hours Open-6 A. M., to 3 P. M., Mondays the rear of the auditorium, where able to return home. Grant of Forsyth, Ga.. left Tuesday Bronson Odham
they formed a line and received for their homes after spendingthe CarrawayOobb Peacock: J. R.

I Through Fridays. the congratulations and well wishesof Mary Schulman who has spent past week herewith Mr. and Tynn Potter

I ;; 6 A. M.. 'till 9 P. M., Saturdays their friends. the past six weeks In Tallahassee Mrs. J. E. Cone and famly. Miss Cobb,T. T. Sellar J

while the Legislature Iras been in Evelyn Cone and brother Everett. Fuqua Simpson
I Mrs. Vernon Dexter, formerly session spent She weekend here. returned with them and will spend Garden
,! """", .','-h" "'" 0' Kathleen McCarthy, returned to She left Sunday afternoon to return a month. Hough Smith. U. B.1f'acWIWams .

Okeechobee last week to attend there. : Strayhorn. -

the wedding of her sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarthy and .

jt j t ._ Alto Watford ir Minnie Lee. which will take place Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Price o t, Mrs. F. F. Burr were visitors Mew Henry Walker returned to

June 3rd. Kathleen has been Hv_ Cleveland Ohio, arrived in Okee spending Sunday in Arcadia where I her home here Sunday from CoLumbia

\ ing and teaching school in Utah chobee Friday- night and are no- they went to visit Mr. Burr 'Who U! ,Tenn., where she has spent

where Mr. Dexter 1s finishing hUcollege spending months vacation henwith recovering in the Arcadia Hospital the past four weeks with her

-:;i ih i education. }!r, Prices father.,O. J. Price. following. an operation daughter, Mrs. A. O. Glenn.V .

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,'ed ,with Due t.o an unusuaIIY large demand and is
: itU McFarUae whose father. Klcfe- there JOT. he's been badly worried But JIITs eyes had flashed awayto current conditions. sligbtIy for more a few time of the pRs51X
: orders
: art, disappeared U World War t. fans about you." the window. Beyond it she could required In filling
.*.....A cart I* love with Leaf Spang G4 rdo.. She "Did I put that curious hunted see old John L trudging up the drive most popular order patterns.Send to:
i k attend I Is upset to find that her brother Rte, look in his eyes? rye been won with the mall your
has alien in love with a divorcee older .
necesSarof than himself. Jill U throw from her dering Just what went on here anyway "Quick Dooleyl"! Her mood SEWING: CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
i place. horse and hospitalized. Richard visits while I was at the hospitalYou changed swiftly to one of breath- Sin South Wells St. Chicago 7.. in.

her mother Julia and tells her he has. and Grandfather both look as less eagerness. "Maybe there's a Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.No To hold your loose upper av -
assumed the name of Captain Macke,. though you'd seen ghosts. If Ric letter." comfortably secure all
s Julia determines to keep the truth from were overseas rd suspect that you There was no letter from Spang. Name cover eVerry.called 8TAZE.d Notpowder
her children who hare been raised to were biding something grim from But there was a letter from Ric. Addre STAZE ispasts. pl
regard their father as a hero fallen me, sparing your tender weak Julia read it slowly, keeping her todayl. Get Accept Sic no tube luisU at d
Ia battle.. She realizes too late thatshe
loves Dave Patterson an old faintly ened daughter from a shock. Don't face from showing the consternationthat ETiE rte'
friend. Richard tens Rte be knew his ever do that, Dooley. Dooley** she' was feeling. Jill said. "If Farm Creatures as First
father and threatens Sandra with ex. She jerked erect suddenly her eyes thaf from Ric you needn't tell me
posers of an Olecal divorce If she doesn't black wells of terror. "Dooley. it -whats in it I know. Please send Balloonists Back in 1783A TO SOOTHE
leave the boy alone. isn't Spang? You haven't heard- me a little cash!

you aren't hiding something from -Yes-it's the same old thing." sas
not the firstto
me?" Julia evaded trying to smile tryingto human being was
Julia laughed and pattu her be naturaL Jill mustn't know go up in a balloon. On September forting GRAY

k cheek. "No foolish woman we yet She wanted to talk to John L 19, 1783. when King Louis XVIof its wholesom
f 'Let Her work this out
aren't hiding anything about Spang. She wanted advice. She went out of France watched a rooster ture aiding m
argued John I., "you can't protect hot-air like it-nothitpleasant
I've heard nothing from Spang- the house and walked up to the and a sheep up a for
her' forever. You've got your own Mont- ef
only what you've told me." lane gate and when John L came balloon invented by the troubles. 35c. I
problems. "I thought he might have crashed. tramping back from the barn he golfier brothers he was so impressed -
11i "And they," Julia sighed, 'have'no me that he offered Ito pro-
-and you were trying to keep saw her there sitting on the old
answers in the back of the book." from finding out. But if a letter mounting block her face a taut,, vide a criminal as the first human

John L blew his breath out harsh came for me-Ric might hear gray mask of misery. passenger. .
ly. like a walrus. "How do your something "Wbats wrong?" he asked. However de Rozier the king'

know? You won't even look in "If a letter came for you I should "Heard from that fellow again? I historian insisted that the trip was .\

the back of the book. give it to you. Even if I thought it thought that letter I got for you was an honor to which only an honest {

1i .. "Because I know that what I'm from Ric?" man was entitled, and asked for
looking for isn't there John I. It's "It was from Ric. She handed the privilege himself. Read t1

locked up in my heart and/1 him the crumpled page. "You'd 5417 \
think my heart died long ago." better read it, John L Read it and

,"It was your common sense that tell me what to do." HERE is a complete guide to SNAP f c 4 fc t. ND 'OP!
J died!" [ iIIi The old man pullec} a worn spec- basic stitches of crochetto

"You're right I've never argued tacle case from his back pocket enable you to make fashion ac- LY
that you weren't right where Rich- set a second pair of spectacles cessories, crocheted articles. This 'fl E LES'
ard was concerned. But I do owe astride his nose. He dropped down instruction sheet shows you how AREA ZWA1' "I
Ric and Jill something if only to beside her. and his lips moved to do simple stitches and also the p !
repay them for giving them Rich- slowly as he read the letter. "star" stitch, the "shell" stitch / MILK a t

ard for their father." Dear Dooley (Ric had written): picoting, finishing edgings. r '

The old man's eyes flashed under Sorry for this abrupt letter but
his stormy eyebrows. "You talk: to this is It. I'm taking oft don't know Coach for Holy GhostAn
Jill about it. You see what she where. Transferred to some lousy &

says. She'll tell you to get a divorce school or other. Very sudden. No
ancient custom of Spain
I in a minute." explanation of course. Not in this A
i which existed until a generationago R
.. "I can't talk to JilL You know army I meant to try for a pass
was the inclusion of a par.j =
I can't I can't tear down what and
see you myself. Fd rather have
ticular coach in tA
every proces
little she has of Richard. It. wouldbe i told you this than had to write It.
sion. Called the Cache de Respeto ,.
a wicked thing to do." I'm married. r--
Dooley. She's the
it followed that of the king and -
"You're taking a big risk Dooley sweetest loveliest girl rye ever was empty having been reserved Be sure you get America's favorite rice cereal
.., ," John L said solemnly. "I've met. Her name is Sandra and life ,for the Holy Ghost. P.S a the one and only KeUogft Rice Krisplesl
warned you. but you're a stubborn has been hard on her. but she has
woman. I know that fellow better been brave and sweet through it aQ.

than you .do.. That's what makes it so hard now.I .

She knew too well the risk she K can't take care of her or protect 3
took knew that undoubtedly she her. I 'can't even have her with
me not till I rate something better
was being a optimist assuming -
than a private. I can't even feed _
that Richard would
stay Changing his the and the
her. community to a program one-crop system on acres
And she's wife. I
away now that he had made the my was of balanced tanning earned for M. P. removed from cotton raises feed for
break now that she knew that he going to bring her home but that'sout Moore Senatobia Mississippi election to hundreds of cattle. The purebred Polled
had not been a casualty of the war; now, so all I can do is send her the Champion Farmers of America in Hereford on his Circle1" Ranch are
to you with a prayer. Be good to the best For four consecutive
every time a car drove in at the t 1944. On his 15,000 acres he pioneered among yean
her. Mother. She's swell,'and you'reso his auction prices have set new world
gate her heart beating ;
stopped ev- & soil
conservation methods, proved that 6
4 records. His
swell you'll get along fine I know. manytractors are equipped _
time the when
c ery telephone rang feed can be and showed that
She'll grown with Firestone Ground Grip tires, and heays
wire when to meet her.
she was in the house she hurriedto you properly managed rundown land will
that the
; new Champion x
Tell the others hello. And don'tworry
: answer it, fearing Mamie's sly about I'll be all 7 e profitably support livestock. On fewer' Ground Grip U tha best tire he has ever ,
me. right
f't curiosity fearing revelation for JilL ::: t acres he grows as much cotton as under used. -
What she would do If Richard Love
.' NOTEi Write to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company Akron Ohifr! for booUet
came again was a nightmare ques. RIC. "M >i tion that kept dread at her throat It and tell me what to do." Jin's ,eyes were blazing, Jfll's

lw 1 i like icy fingers. She lay awake at face was white as a sheet. John L
night tormented by imaginaryscenes. held bad news rd give you credit was doggedly pretending to eat his
for having 'the strength to take it.You're .
supper but Julia-after putting but
("Jill this Is your father. He my child. ter on a biscuit three times and
loved you and all of us so little that Jill reached up and pressed her slopping coffee on her napkin because
he stayed away from us and hid hand. '"You lived through It., I suppose her hands shook so-had given

behind an assumed,name for twen I could. But imagining thingsis up. Mamie was in and out of
ty-five. years.") worse than really experiencing the swing door hearing everything.
What would Jill's reaction be? them isn't it? Seeing ships torpedoed Jill said. "Oh. the fool! The poor Cham p i o n F a rm er Moor0 Il0Tiir
Richard had that devilish, engaging, at sea. and transport planes deluded fool!"
i deadly charm. coming down in flames or crash. Julia said' "If you knew about

Would Jill hate her father or answering ing horribly! If only I knew something this girt JilL you should have toldus.
t that curious attraction the !" Something might have been
t impelling force that psychologists "A lot of women are saying that done to stop this mad marriage." til

i ... had a name for. would she now JilL You're part of an army "'Girl-she's no girl! I know l1's cto .
I turn to him and despise her motherfor that needs more courage than the the same one. And I suppose ifs -1;:,

-ii. thrusting him out of her life? marines." my fault. I should have told you. "-to"..-

It must not happen-but supposeit but I didn't want to worry you. I ;
I did happen? Was she being fair Ric Writes o/ thought Ric would. be shipped out

to Jill keeping her in ignorance His Marriage and it would all blow over. She CHAMPION
rjrt unprepared, defenseless? Her hope must have worked fast Dooley'
re. was that Richard would be transferred 'There's another thing. that she's a grass widow she's years !
sent over seas, before the makes my nights hideous. Jill older than Ric." GROUND GRIPS
Ju great harm -she feared could be burrowed her head into the curve of "But you don't actually know that

or, done. But eventually the war would her mother's arm. "What if he does this is that woman JilL Her nameis
IS come through safe and then'when Sandra Ric says."

pin end."When Jill Is married it won't he gets back he doesn't want me? "I know. Sandra Calvert. She THERE are four sound reasons

matter so much" she told herself. It could happen. They change. War was married to a Lieutenant ColoneL -' like Champion Farmer _
"When Ric has found himself and changes them." Spang said and when he was
Moore are putting their
they are both settled." Julia turned to the window know- sent away from Ridley she stayed tractors on

p Dave had not come again to Buz. ing well that an involuntary spasm and got a divorce. Now she's Justa Firestone Champion Ground Grips: ,

i zard's HilL since that day she had had drained' d tightened her face. camp-follower. She's a chemical (1) they clean up to 100% more effectively .c '
t. sobbed out her torment on his shoul. But her voice came level and quietly blonde with a greedy mouth and t .!
; (2) they pull up to 62 = ryb
> % more; .
der. Jill' remarked about it. controlled. "Other women have hard eyes. You aren't going to :'F r te ,,
-- "What's wrong between and lived through that too. JilL" let her come here? This is my home (3) they last up to 91% longer; and .F

-: Dave? I hope' you didn't you blame "I couldn't rd die of humilia it's Grandfather's home. too. Even (4) they roll more' smoothly on the ..< --' ,. 3
tion. I'd drown myself in the cow- Mamie has been here for years. Iwon't
:1 Dave because I. was so awkward I highways.
5r couldn't stick in a 'saddle?" pond where it's deep and muddy." have it Tell her she can't '
do U. Grandfather. The' r F
"Don't be silly. Of course Ididn't "011. no you wouldn't You'd hold Julia said unhappily extra high, curved connected r
head high and never show how "Jill traction bars make this
blame Dave. He's probably your superiority
.. verybusy. please! What can we do? This IsRlc' _
He's on the ration board and badly you were hurt and after awhile possible. Shaped like
home. too. This woman ItRic's a pyramid, they ;. .1
lately they've" had a great deal to do some one you'd worthy love to some be loved.one"else wife." cut into the soil with a sharp,cleaving .___

"Dooley, if that woman comes into action. Mud
falls from
f i "You say that as though you this house. Til leave!I.' them freely T
Waiting for a meant it Dorothy Dix would be because the space between the barsis

Letter From-Spang"They proud of you. But you don't: mean Jill Issues wider at the shoulders than near
it of course. No woman could get
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don't work nights do over a thing like that She might An UltimatumJulia the center of the tread. The bar #_ M a

they?" put on a good act but she'd sever gripped her unsteady handsin connections brace and strengthen the

i "I suspect that they do, being volunteers stop hurting deep Inside because her lap. Dying, she was thinking tread and give the tires a powerful ..
and having their own businesses she'd given her heart away and got would be a little like this. Richard "center bite" in
to attend to in the daytime. only a ragged wound instead. If her son. her handsome lad the boy the.very heart'of the
I Shall I call Dave and ask him to Spang discards me rm not goingto she had loved so much! She feltas traction sone.The tires roll smoothly 'a .i #

come over- ?" be nobly brave. I'm going to be though she were sinking into a because the curved connected bars '";
"No. don't call him. Don't you tough and break men's hearts and deep icy pit are in continuous ; .
contact with the
i.k recall all those lectures you used to laugh. rm going to throwaway' Jill went on ruthlessly "We can't ,
-- deliver to me. about how much every moral scruple. You watch have her Here, you know that It highway.
men resented being called up and and see!" would be horrible." She
Jumped Up; It will
j coaxed Don't abandon your principles "If I believed any of that I'd be her fork clattered to the floor. Tm pay you to insist upon

now." alarmed. But I don't believe it going to send that creature a telegram Firestone Champion Ground Grips t r:

-. "Dave's different" He's merelyan You're my child.: right now and tell her she for your tractor. They cost no more
< old friend. "I had two parents didn't I? You won't be welcome here. I suppose than ordinary tires
"Jill crooked her mouth dryly always assume that I'm a miniature she's still at that hoteL Mrs. Rich-

,"You're very naive Julia my love! of you Dooley. rm not There'sa ard McFarlane Jr. Oh, Dooley lJs,,. 10 tbs Yok. 01 k' ,
,; Do you usually weep on the bosomsof desperate kind of thing In me that when I think of a woman like that # 5
} L merely old friends When your you don't know about. Something having your name. I could km Ric -r every::hfosJ.jry evening over NBC k 5. 5cer1g

-'ehpa takes a nose-dive into a briar you wouldn't even understand." rmgoing to send a .wire this minute ..
... patch?" Jill's eyes were big and filled with and no one is going to'stop +c 1I1f.ftel'liwlaae Tn a ssbbw c.: i
:Th- -: Td have wept on any bosom that wIldness, "I could hurt people. X me"

was handy then. Julia said with could hurt myself. That's the kindof Julia flew "Jill Not over thatpartyline -
,,, determined :airiness hoping that McFarlane I am. Not your please!**

her*f ace"wasn't burning. "I was kind'at an." o Jill put down the telephone. "I F'- _-
'afraid yosfd)broken your back. "1 respect your individuality** she don't see what difference it makes. 3

..' John L'hat:beegt(doggedly carting said. "You're noa child now Everybody win know it by tomorrow

: 't way .the;teb'm:1he: lane ever you're a person. What you do is anyway -, '

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s MATTER W11Ti;, HEAD! ? fAY FRIENDS r t r Yeur Off fitter?
/ > \ LYRE WHENIT If you hate to.throw money away-here's a SURE way to save .
LIKE K7J'VE GOT la itl!Whether your car is old or new-whether you own one'car or
a number of tractors: and trucks as well-you should check the I
oil filter regularly It'a easy-just drive in at.your Fram dealer
a n and ask for a free Dipstick Test. .

Then, if oil shows dirty, have him install a Genuine Fram !
Replacement Cartridge to get the most out of your present filter
remove grit carbon and sludge, keep oil physically, visually :
clean and prevent unnecessary motor wear!*(Remember, there'sa Z
PROtrT Fram cartridge made to fit almost every type of filter.) "

SILENT SAM By Jeff Hayes Or, if your car, truck or tractor is not already filter-equipped
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? just-a few minutes- he cost is small-and the savings in longer, i>
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! F: Published every Friday by the CHAS. M. WILLIAMS as agent I. n
t 1 Okeeefcobe News Co, at Okeeefcobe, for The Ritter Box- Company' .
i" Okeechobee County Florida. a corporation. \\; -, !
:! Plaintiff. "

ii ..._ BRYANT: BOWDEN ._.......Editor --snH. i

l kl ; L. CHANDLER.Defendant. "I'I AM AN AMERICAN

x' By virtue of an execution Issued
' One Tear ia adrasee ....hh..$300 :
of the ,
oat of and under the seal .
::: Six Months ia adranee --... .. 1-50 "
f Three Months ia advance .-.... 1JDO County Court of said County harIng and 1
I directed to me. said execution -
been issued ia favor of Chas. YOU? ll
Entered M. Williams agent for The Ritter ARE
I as second class matter July ".' '- ",'.
!r&'f.;. 1.4814. at the Post Office ia Okee- Box Company a corporation F <

i / .chobee.117L Florida ode Act of March levied again open H. L.and Chandler.will offer for I have sale "V _,-- ;. } .

at the South entrance of the Courthouse / :- : .
the said : ;;
II- In Okcechobee In :-,.. 0L
County and State on the 16th day .
\ of June A. D. 1947 between tU
F CLASSIFIED AIS legal hour of wile the following ::l.,

::; de ribd property ilttttte. lying .
-- and being in the County of Oka+ aa

i : -:: 1560 'REWARD-for-conrictioa ef chobfte. Bute of Florida to-wit: .,- ; All that part of 1st > Iris wt, _,?>E"C
anT person or persons who eat tide of the plan of reclamation a
507 fence. of Eagle Bay surrey according .
I NATHAN HOLMES. to plat thereof recorded in Plat ; ._
(Up) Book 1 at page 31 of the public '

records of Okeechobee County, .:: -

: : FOR SALE-Home baked Cakes & Florida. -
The satisfaction of the said execution
:. Flee decorated for all occasions. and the accumulated costs ;i
-Mr*. Gladys Clay. Clay's Tonr In favor of the assignee and holderf -

1st Camp. said Judgment. A
t; 3 s N. O. STEWART. r

FOR SALE-Lot 9. Block 133 Sheriff. i

f Okeechobee Florida by J. Y.i Okeeehobee County. Fla. ',.. :}a rS _
(May '. 16. %3. 30, June 6-(5t) I'
Roney, owner, 618 Atlantic Nat'l.Bank :

Jacksonville, Florida. NOTICE OF TAI SALE I
For Dtliaqnrat IN' Everglades w
.- r FOR SALE-New Case Tractor, Ural Dace District Taxes j'4:.w7 t. .M
NOTICE I* hereby given that all B
ie, Model "LA", dual wheels Can Und delinquent en Jnae 1st. 1947 for
be seen at Dome?. Machine Shop aon.parmeBt et Everglades Drainage .
the 1M& ." -I
District Taxes for year or ao :
murk thereof as may be necessary to .' E.xfi E -
FOR RENT pay the amount due for taxes on Aid 1T 1
lands for said year, together with theeoats I ,
Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobee of sale specified, in the laws gor.
ending said District will bf' sold at
s on State highway. 7879 acres all public auction beginning at 12 clock ,
,' fenced and eroao-fenced. Cattle BOOB on the 1st day of Jane 1M7! at '. :
the front door of the Count House in -
pen's dipping rat, two houses barn the City of Okeecbobee. Florida. and
continuing until said sate is t'OmDleteti. :1'
about 600 acres in carpet grass. A complete list of such delinquent
Write owner.U. ands is available for public inspection
daring the business boars at the office J .
O.. PARSLEY, of the Tax Collector for tbe County: ol 4 ,
Box No. 309, Okeechobee in tbe Court house at .
Okeechobee. Florida, and Inquiries as
Kenora, W. Va. to the lands Included in said delinquent
list, by mall or by telephone or in r
business boars will he
r i NOTICE fully person answered during by tbe office of said WAS THE STATUS OF EVERY YOUNG AMERICAN

1 NoUn U hereby given that sealed Tax BESSIE Collector ALDERMAN'. Tax Collector :. THE AGES OF 18 AND 38 AS THEY LINED
i. proposals will received by the Board Okeechobee Conntr. Florida.
is .f County Commissioners of Okeechohe co": I-HIS AND REGISTERED IN PREPARATION TO ANSWER
County, Florida, at the room of
Mid[ County Commissioners( at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,;'? -,
Florida.until 100 A. M,,E-S,T, Monday AND FOR OKEECHOBEE .
_L ding. ear X eo with one SOT I%' tsar
opening one piece by/fold canopy door, IN CHANCERY. t: t TRYING TO STEM THE TIDE OF HITLER'S HORDES
Aid building to be of structural steel SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
.f purchase will be cash and delivery -
must be made not later than 24 weeks :
after formal order II1nl1., The County -vs. DESIRE TO RULE THE WORLD. REGARDLESS
Commissioners 'reserve the right to LOIS G. WILLIAMS,
reject any or all bids sad to "..alvetatormaUtleL Defendant. .' <- OF WHETHER OR NOT THEY LIKED THE IDEA, THEY ALL


Beard County Commissioners Unknown. ASIDE FROM THE FACT THAT THEIR OWN FREEDOM

Ofcecchobe County, Florida. You are hereby required to ap-
pear to tbe Bill of Complaint filed "
Y NOTICE CNDEB FICTITIOCS N.UlELAW in the above styled cause on. or be- \ :.;; ONES WAS ALSO AT STAKE., THE..ONES'VHO WERE NOT

Notice Is that 1947. The suit for .
hereby given the undersigned same being a "
pursuant to "Fictitious divorce otherwise the allegations TO CONTINUE TO BATTLE BUT ON A DIFFERENT BATTLE

Chapter Nape Statue 2W3"LAWS House of Florida.Bill No.Acts 1175.of: of said bill will be taken as confessed GROUND AND WITH DIFFERENT TOOLS OF WAR. THE i ;Y.

I If>>U. will register with the Clerk ol[ I by the said defendant. I
i the Circuit Court. In and for Okeecbo It is further ordered that this or. FIGHT NOW IS FOR WORLD PEACE.

I bee the proof Coaaty.of publication Florida upon of this receipt nolle of* der be published once a week for TODAY, AS WE LOOK BACK TO V-J DAY, OUR VICTORY -
the fictitious same to-wit: HAKORAVES four successive weeks in tbe Okee -/,0.-

under which I am engaged In business .. A GREATER DEGREE THE DEBT WE OWE THOSE MILLIONS
In the City of Okecebobee. Florida. in said County and State. -
C H. H ARC HAVES. Dated at Okeechobee. Florida -<
Dated In Okcechobee COUDt!'. Florida, this the 7th day of May. 1947.
May 15th 1W7. A CALL TO DUTY IN ITS ,
May 10 23 SO. Jane 6-(4t) (SEAL) ._ ,
Clerk Circuit Court.


M Okeechobee.Solicitor: for Florida Plaintiff. BIT OF INFLUENCE AT OUR COMMAND, BOTH INDIVIDUALLY .

L' (May 9, 16, 23, 30, June 6-(5t) '" AND COLLECTIVELY, TO LIVE HONORABLY IN _




Ton are hereby required to file your

Ofceecbob written appearance. Florida at on my June office 27. 1"1 In This space is sponsored by the Following Business Firms and

to the Bill of Complaint la the salt fop Individuals W lo Can Proudly Say "I Am An American":
divorce filed
against :you by Judson R
Cbesser in the Circuit Court ot Okeechobee
County. Florida In default
whereof a decree pro confcSRO win be
watered against you. Tbe Okeecbobee B. &.
: designated is the newspape INSECTICIDES
In which this Order will be publish
one* a week. for four consecutiTe week. INDIAN RIVER .JTRUS SSO.NEW BURSTON HOTELSWAIN'S Co.. Ine. Home of MineraUe..
Witness my hand and the seal of said DRY CLEANERS
1 (SEAL) Mabel Ranlerson Sheffield KERR FRUIT'Co.. FORT PIERCE COCA-COLA
Clerk Circuit Court. Okeecbobee GRABER & SON

Sumner County& Sumner.Florida. NEVINS FRUIT CO. BOTTLING: WORKS E. A. McCABE. & CO. v

Ft. Pierce Florida. PACKING COMPANY
(May: 23, 30. June 6, 13-(It) TERMINAL CO.. John B. Park. Mgr. HAROLD
I. lac.
Pursuant to Chapter 20658. Laws of I CHEROKEE PRODUCTS CO.TAYLOR &; MUNNELL MACHINE '
rt.vp. 8hq Florida. Acts of 1941, relating to Err
rtedes Drainage Dltrict tbe Board of GEO. BARNES PRODUCE CO. WORKS SOUTH BAY,
Commissioners of Everglades Drainage ..
VeVe'y sbowiag the debt service requirement PRODUCE CO.
of the District during the rear begin FORT PIERCE BODY SHOP BOYY SHOPD CLUB GALA "
ning on the lit day of next November
and ending the 31st day of the succeed FORT PIERCE AIRWAYS Inc.TUCKER'S Employing Only VeteransGROWER'S
: H r's a r!ol ttm saver. [lag October and the same bas been
Whenever your placed oa fil* in the office of the Secretary WELDING 4 MACHINE FERTILIZER CO. PAHOKEE:< r
of tbe District at room 1507 Com MATHER OF ,
needs a -lubrication, an MB Building West Palm Beach. Flori SHOP HILUER SONS, lac..
da. where
the sam may be examinedand EAST COAST LUMB. t SUP. CO.DRAINAGE MACHINE & SUPPLY General
this is
oil change, Hf e or battery to notify yon that said
Board will meet at said place on the COMPANY.
service, wit ghro us ps cot(. 12th day of JnnAA. D. 1M7. at 10 A. GREEN'S FUEL of FORT PIERCE HULL PACKING COMPANY
M, Eastern Standard Time of the sail. GENERAL MACH. SUPPLY Co.ELI WITT TOBACCO CO. "
Wo'H'com over for your day (being not less than fifteen day W. H. VAN. Inc.
:eta the from the- date of the first publlcatlok H. E. WOLFE CONSTRUCTION CO. SUNRISE LUMBER SUPPLY CO. KILGORE "
car. fob hereof) fort be purpose of bearing ot- SEED COMPANY
JectloB and complaints with respect to KIST FORT PIERCE MEMORIAL
n--It.- BOTTLING :
.. to' youl. Mid bod get. EVERGLADES GROWERS'
4 > "'
By; W D. UUsabeck. Chairman COMPANY. HOOT'S C L U B CROSS
87: K M. Threop. Secretary. HOTEL


i NOTICE Is herebby given that BAMBOO COURT Excoslre Pkg. Liquor Store SHIRLEY BROTHERSConcrete '-

,.--o ---' '-.,..,"" the. firm ot Okeechobee Builders
.J,t Supply Company has been dissoir. NACO FERTILIZER COMPANY BELLE GLADE Blocks .*. Cone Mat..'

ROBBINS ed as of April 15 1947. All bills International Sales &: SuTtee ALFAR. CREAMERY CCv R. B. MACKEY PRODUCE
*""" CO.
"Distributor of and accounts up to that-date shoUldbe WALTER PETERSON FISH: CO. BELLE GLADE MACHINE WORKS MAX E. BEVERLY/Iac.
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t Kotke is hereby siren tbat,B.'BInm. 1
; -fion: ;h the holder of the following certificate 1i
ere IsitbyJoe baa filed said certificates for a tax
I I deed to be issued thereon. The eertifUeate :
I -- numbers and year of issuance, ':
the description of the prooerty. and -
I the names la which It was assessed areas 'i'
Want to Run a"Collective" follows: ,
Certiffrate Xu. 257 Tear of Issuance

Certificate 1926. Xo, 1919. Tear of Issuance :
na I Farm? 1927.Certificate: f.
No. 1965. Tear of Issuance

.. ioeaCertificate No. 2316. Tear of Issuance jl jlII
WU reading the other day about We're willing to work hard but we 1929.Certificate.
No. IOCS. Tear of Issuance.
the"collective"farms they have in like to farm the land our own way 1930. > 1,

I certain countries.It seems the folks put our own value on the crops, Certificate 1933.Description. No. 737ft. Year of Issuance tauglas r

I who. run them hare plenty of help and relax as we like-if only with of property:

I a e .coed hours and the best a temperate companionable glass Block Lots 1 I to, 8 Okeechobee inc. and 13 Development to 24 Inc.

.I eq>alpinent. of beer. Company's Sub Division. led
HOME Name In which assessed B. Blum.
O THE RANGE. Sounds pretty nice-tin you From where I sit, collective All of the said property being In the
learn that the "farmer" doesn't fanning may produce results. But County da. of Okeechobee. State of Flort. eras the

own his land, or even farm it, in the American way-freedom toouHUloE.t&kucrwdromth. Unless tech certificate or certificates
I shall be redeemed according to law the ag Tuesday
If f work and relax as we see fit-is
property described In such Lee MeB -
tate; prodaois whatever they what makes this country a great or certificates will be sold to the highest -- .

WHERE IS IT want bin to produce: ,prices they place to live. So let's not change it! the first bdlder Monday at the In court the month house of door June.oa taglaa,McCarthy Cassei

? WHAT IS IT? 'Mfa Even his .hourt'an iptnt 047.l .. which'Is the 2nd day of June.M7 ferriage coreer. .

according to state regulations. Ov., t'J'w." off Dated this 29th day of April.. 1947. Michael

No that' would never go here. 0"-' (SEAL) Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. e.
Clerk of the Circuit Court o*
.r Okeechobee County. Florida. ding dress
Copyright,1947,United States Brewers Foundation By: Connie W. Rau1er n. D. C. otted Swiss

. . . IN TilE CIRCCTT COURT COCNTY IX AND, 'a fingertip
place by a


aa YB. book being :j

: I Edward Fitzgerald Residence Un. sister of
t known.
You are hereby required to appear ,attendant.rreen- i
to the Bill of Complaint filed in the dress i
above styled cause on or before Mon
hl; ;. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY day, the 2nd day of June. 1947.. the bouquet of 3
BURGESS same being a suit for divorce other.
Electric Saws Electric Drills wise the allegations of said bill will
Bench Saws -. Grinders be taken as confessed by the said 1 Carlqulat
Welders10" Lathe defendant. nO'of #
It Is further ordered that this order'be the
Hand Tools. Pumps Supply Co. published once a week for four sue.tressive .
12" Radial Ann Saw weeks In the Okeechobee News
:a lIew papr. pnbllshd in said County ny. W. D.ug'Sacra. .

RIIICHtIIO.- HOME' 0' THE RANGE CLARK J. SMITH and Dated State at Okeechobee Florida this ..

Sales Rentals Service FEEDBRJJHAYBABY[ the TOth day of April, 1947. he nuptial
209 Okeechobee Road Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. Mrs. J.

IS THE.NEWEST AND BIGGEST AND Ph. 20276 West Palm BeachJAMES' CHICKS C. Darrance.Okeerhobee.By Connie. W Clerk Raulerson.Circuit Count.D. CG. F'Y es: the, and.Gounod'a tra-.

Tues. and Fri.FOR '" Florida.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.


Typewriter & Supply JAMES V COUSARTv ''and Eaa.
I U S Tires
RANCHLAND is located in Ft. fierce, Fla., at the northwest corner SALES SERVICE SUPPLIES Puroil Products TS Plaintiff the" lace-
i,s of Orange Ave.'& N. 4th, St. RANCHLAND has 3,600 feet Typewriter Adding and Ford Parts SUIT Defendant.FOR DIVORCE t eandelabra.endar and

of floor devoted Ranchwear Leather Calculating Machines NOTICE TO APPEAR
to Saddlery Novelties
space, Service TO Mary Etta Coasart.
CASH REGISTERS FOR SALE tT W. King Street dated atM
Navajo and Mexican Blankets, Tex-Tan Leather Goods, Crocket SEE \inona. Minnesota.
; You are hereby required to appear t Mce -
I Bits and Spurs, H-Bar-C Ranch Clothing, Resistol (Self-Conforming PHONE 1009 OKEECHOBEEMOTOR t o the Bill of Complaint filed In the weddinggraduated .
CO. above styled cause the same beta a

Hats), Nocona Boots and the Largest Stock, of Luggage ever 103 Atlantic SALES SERVICE day suit of for June divorce 1947.on otherwise or before the the alle.2nd. ";

FT. PIERCE, FLORIDA nations Of said Bill will be taken as
assembled on the Mid-East Coast. POBOX 471 PHONE 44 confessed by yon. chool andWomen
s It is further ordered that this order
be published In the Okeecbobee News ,
a newspaper published in said County y' She

i sire and State weeks once a week for four succe tetigf JffiSlpUn "*. _, ''-'..,. -....,,.:iii I.

Dated at pkeechSbee. Florida this
r THE PHILCOAUTHORIZED Burney KelzFormerly he 30th day of April. 1947. : ap.Pediatric.
;: THE : : (SEAL) -i
r 4 .'J Mabel Caulerson Sheffield. :_ I

eo o'l4. P'Zat 8 By Connie W.Clerk Raulerson.Circuit Court.D. C.O of the -1..
'ceada99e'z C. Durrance. ""!
Denmark'sComplete Ok hobee. Florida. joy haring
Solicitor for Plaintiff.

Home Outfitter NOTICE' OF INTENTION TO poon the J
I SELL LAND home at
ULMER EZELL ursuant 15: lie after,
to Section (1) Chapter I
Phone 115 J. E. Cone Mgr.
JOCKS, Law of Florida Acts of 1941. t 1
.. aDd Section G7, Chapter Unto Laws of. ,
Florida Acts of 1931 as amended byectioa t Sere. : .
$ 11. Chapter 2065& Laws of 1st, Jack
Florida. Acts of 1941 and also pursuant
to Section 42, Chapter 20722. Laws of L. Cash
l<'Florida Acts of 1941, as amended bySection Stewart.Maurice. -
19. Chapter 22079. Laws of
I OKEECHOBEELIQUOR Florida. Acts of 1943. and Section 44. t'IIa
East SidePackage Chapter 20722. Laws of Florida. Acts of
941. as amended by Section 2L Chap .
i STOREOnly er 22079. Laws of Florida. Acts of t as.'MaryJJargaret J
1943, the following' .described lands la
Store Okeechobee County Florida. to-wit:
t Lots 1 to 5 Inc. and 11 & 12. Block ary LenatMattle '
Bar la Town
has been less than six months 60 City of Okeeebobee.
Even though RANCHLAND going Lot 3. Block 203 First add. to City

and is not yet completed IT IS THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN DIXIE Liquors Wines Cordials of All Okeecbobee of Block: fi, City of Okeecbobee and thePatrol

PHONE 34 except Lots 1. 0, 7 & 20. of '
visit Thereare
Okeechobee to us a
and invite pf
we you boys pay will be offered for sale at public outcry
Seward Swain EAST OKEECHOBEE for the highest and best cash bid. snbect -
walk in and make yourself
no rules or regulations, so,just right STATE ROAD NO. S to the right of the Board of Com
mlssloners of Everglades Drainage Dlsrict -
at home. I PRONE 103.1 ; and/or Board of County Commla-
ioners of Okeechobee County. Florida.o .
I reject any and all bids, at the Court-
ionic, beginning at 10-00 o'eloek A. K.On .
\, the 16th day of June 1947. Easement
Buy what you can in your Home Town, but when you can't find it Atlantic'' Service Sta. O. K. GARAGE for purposes drainage will and be reserved.reclamation and road leers of

Wrecker Service v nd' BOARD OV COUNTY COMIIiB-
DODGE &: PLYMOUTH eek; was
24 Hours a Day Sales & Service COUNTY. FLORIDA. night, .'

RANCHLAND is a cousin to the well-known ARCADE MEN'S EZIDE BATTERIESLEE 2.-....Wrecks Serrto By Clerk-Mabel of the Raulerson Circuit Sheffield.Court frfOkeeehobee d friends

SHOP, both being owned and operated by TYE & LISK. Two TIRES Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.92 or 13* as agent for County.said Boards.Florida

: GAS'OILGREASINGTWIN Tires & Tube By: Connie W. Ranlerson. D. C.
famous stores of Florida.* Dunlop (May 16. 23. SO, June*-( t)_ arkeraon.onday 3
OAKS Gen. Electric Appliances

All Night Cafe Stores, Refrigerators, Water NOTICEMay 14. 194TOKEECHOBEE In

Whether you are a Ranger or not we want you, our neighbors, to OKEE $OBEE, FLA. Heaters NOTICE IS HEREBY COUNTY GIYEH FLORIDA that

RANCHLAND and The )\RCADEMEN'SSHOP. "We Service Then, All" pursuant to Section .9 of Chapter li291S.Law. laulersontesday
the West, to always feel at home at > of Florida. Acts of 1937: know
.is the MURPHY ACT. and In. p.rea- in
once of Chapter 20638, Laws of Florida,. ness and
known. the! EVE -
of 1941.
North ParkPackage ALTO iiSiti; SONS I GLADES following DRAINAGE described DISTRICT land situated IL .

But above all, don't think that we expect you to buy something if the in Everglade Dralnase District la
., t*
you drop in to pay us a visit. You WILL NOT hurt our feelings if Store That Good Gulf Gas. offered Okeechobee for sale ft fZ eatery far
without something. the highest a s. cask told sublet I
look around and out buying -
you drop in to go GULP PRIDE OIL t* the right O*-be Trustees o* the lit finishesbegins

NVe Are Not Monej-Hungry and we "want you, and each of-you to Liquors Wines Cordials. ternal Board of ImproTe Comf ient ion Fund en of and ETergUde of the o a

feel perfectly at home at RANCHLAND. : Drainage District t. reJecCany an* all r of'the
Nest Door To :AU Night bids, at the Courthouse beeiaotag at
10-W o'eloek A.L.. ea the 18th day .f attendingtobene
Station June 1947. As to all puce *f land often -

RANCHLAND ARCADE MEN'S SHOP : PHONE 1M la The Heart Of Town petrolettta acres or and more three-fenrttia title to n-half Tetaateee.tkermtaerala .f. i but the :
will be reserved br P-ch next "
Weekly or Daily Bate *f the Internal itaprowoieot ,. a. 'j
for road right of "'Y **
N. W. Cor. Orange Avenue 115 -117 -119 N. 4th, SL Easements feet wide will be reserved t T said wik Trustees Ltsession,
,O .. from any parcel threugh t
and N. 4th St.. there U an existing state road: and nirersityMcCranle.
\ easement for drainage and reclamation .
WE SPECIALIZEIn and for road purposes will be reserredny .
BRING :YOURPriitiirieeds the Board of Commissionersergiadea .f ** are Mrs.

1 Drains District. .3. Rob.Johnnye.
and B--A.
Curing Description Set Twp.

Smoking Meats Lot Lots t, Block\.1tt 2. Wright'20 Slock First*: Ctty Add.f

!fyf; AJi1J l j jFPRT Also wholesale and #EVEROI..ADES BOARD Okeechobee.TRUSTEES OF comUggiONnS'OF OF DRAIDISTRICT THE* lNTitBNAL

By-Mabel Ba ters." Sheffield..l .14
PIERCE, FLORIDA THOMAS PKG. ..cd, Agent for Trustee of t for! Beard, tf
Impr veme t Fend
1r Parrott Ave. INs of Commissioner of Bftrd
Drainage District.
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'i ?,,:; Aleman Proves A 'Good. Neighbor' I. Hr USE & :

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'11Mexican President's Visit otth Silver tableware tarnishes moj

quickly if it is not thoroughly. :

rinsed of soapsuds .' ,

r 3V -'c Boosts Friendly RelationsBy 9f.1ti. Parasite Dallier May stems.When cutting This-gives flowers.slantithe.- your: posies:::., ''

: x : Be Killed ky 2, 4-D longer 'life. -.- 'tIn ;'

it :-,. By BAUKHAGE A Clean order to keep a flushing tank-
a Selection condition it should ,
iJ Newt Ajulyst*d Commentator. a in good -be
Essential cleaned out and every last scale on
I, ". WNU Service,1618 Eye Street N.W.. Little news was brought out be- the inside surfaces scraped off;at'

i. tI. Washington D. C.WASffiNGTON.Despite. __ :yond what Aleman had said to congress By W. J. DRYDEN least once every year. An overflow -
or what was in the Joint statement pipe in the lavatory always
'o" annual
: the fact Field dodder is an parasitic
concerning'loans for Mexican should have a rapid fall.
J' ( .i that relations between the United vine, growing on lespedeza alfalfa -.-- ':
' Industrial and agricultural develop
:,lfi; States and some of our sister republics ment. clover and various members Furniture that is bought 1IJ1In.
,;;,;,.. to the south have degenerated of the dandelion family. It attaches should
first be
But there was one, last question Ished wiped with'cloth a
E, considerably since the inventor of : itself to other plants and sends
J the ."good neighbor" policy diedthat' "What impressed you most on your r.LINED a small growth Into their tissue to absorb dampened watery: This
visit, :Mr. President" raises the grain which shouldbe;
,_,: not the ease with Mexico. the sap.
You would realize had easier than the sanded before stain is applied;,
that If you "Arlington and Mount per As preventive Is -.- "
teen the all-time high in demonstrations it is essential that only seed
non, he replied "The enduring An old alarm clack makes
that took place when Pres. free from dodder be planted. Spotsin aa
lessons of George Washington, excellent toy for a child of about
i Miguel Aleman visited Washington. fields should be eliminated. This
the great father of your country five.' It helps him to know his,
_: The first meeting and greeting on numbers to tell time besides
Constitution avenue had the inspiration I most be constantly taught UP FOB SUN BATH .v The HeIDI quadruplets, childrenof giving

x of local pep- and rehearsed in your country. Mr. and Mrs.,Charles Henn of Baltimore lineup for their dally sun him many moments of fun.
bath In the Left to : When you are working in' one
campaign but nursery of a Baltimore hospital. right they are
And so the Truman gesture at the
and family clock
there was no out Tommy, smallest at birth; Donald, the heavyweight; Joan, lone lady in room is-in
aide stimulantInjected Chapultepec was reciprocated. the group, and Brace,possessor of the biggest brownest eyes. the next, have him set his clockat
the correct time, and bringitto
what was a Mexico Embarking you. This responsibility helps

really ,zip -roar- On Six-Year Plan I NEWS REVIEWOklahoma motivate his learning. Y*gr 4S .

tat J"espoDHto F Mexico still has some credit pre

the lanky 'and viously approved by the Export-

when smiling he,Latin visited Import[She has bank borrowed which 68 she millions hasn't large-used. Senator Shot; CLASSIFIEDD ;1

congress on May 17 used for highway construction RTMEN "

-' Day. More than transportation and industry; she 3V
few of his hearers Strike Settled
a has Telephone
repaid IS millions; still has 30
could follow millions in the bank. BUSINESS &_INVEST. OPPOB.
Y him in the Span OPERATE profitable mail order busint.'
J- lab-and More will be needed to carry out PHONE STRIKE ENDS Splendid opportunity. For details title -
everyBAUKHAGE Aleman's six-year plan, which includes : 1 LOUDON BUSINESS SYSTEMS S .
body could P.O. Des 307 Leaeir City, 'leaaeue
tir, match up his liquid phrases with the increased Irrigation and Workers Accept $4.40Long Circle shows how dodder wraps ,
OPERATE profitable Home Mail Order'business. '
power facilities-two TVA's will be Itself around alfalfa to absorb the A'
translation they held in their laps. distance telephone operators Splendid opportunity. Write lac
-- constructed, Mexican style. sap. details. Address B. HENRY SMITH.: The speech was short and snappy. agreed to accept a compro- : .. Sanateriam. N. C. 0 .j '

When he was through senators, Mexico is an agricultural country mise pay* increase of $4.40 a week Is possible by the use of 2.4-D weed Y p

u representatives and the packed galleries without too much arable soil; she thereby ending tha month-old strike >'S;< ,. tiller. While,the 2.4-D also will kill r MISCELLANEOUS ; t

a; couldn't stop applauding even needs to raise more to feed herself that has been tying up the nation's tespedeza and other ,plants in thespr8J'ed ACETYLENE welding generator. Popular.y'"
after el President had disap- properly. To do this win require six communications. Quick settlementsof 555 the loss usually will safe: 19 Ibs. Carbide, portable. Make K,
times areas save $90. Print and Layout (5. Rfcrw4 ;
; peared. Applause burst out again as many irrigated acres as at 28 other disputes followed the acquiescence prove negligible as the dodder usually Generator C*., BexUSft. BrewanW-. '1e"YBuy ::

and again for almost everybody as present. of the long lines workersto will be confined to small scat
they passed up the aisle. Senator The Joint statement also indicated the 'new terms.' The Increase tered areas.

Vandenberg. who usually is associated that the two presidents were working means about 11 cents per hour,pay The labor involved in cutting out U. S. Savings Bonds!;

with foreign relations of another out an arrangement to stabilize boost, vacation benefits and certain Fy Y a >Trir yn e dodder is excessive and it is almost <,

;4t sort, got a generous share exchange which would permit MexIco other concessions, such as seniority SU impossible to remove all of the parasite -
: along with the cabinet members to buy American dollars when rights. About 22,000 workers in 42 air ,
; this method. Infested fields v:
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., and diplomatic corps. she needs them to buy American states are affected. may be planted to grain or'corn for Dj Ie .IWUWIl.

From the rostrum of the house of goods, and sell them back when she The agreement was announced by several years. These crops are not if :'
Aleman said that 1 1i Asst. Secy of Labor John Gibson ; :
representatives, attacked, but care should be taken :
"nearly 300 million people living _, 55 S\ and Conciliation Director Edgar that the dodder does not continue -+ 1 :

side by side,in this hemisphere are Warren: after a 7V4 hour night ses- growing on weeds in the field.
j concerned not only: with assistance sion with representatives of the

to ward off foreign aggression, but 2 unions and the American Telegraphand

also with the efforts to overcomethe Telephone company. Strikes N US. .. p

dangers of poverty and despairIn against local companies of the Ben SUPERIOR LETTUCE sur

the difficult years of peace." A system were settled.on substantially -

little bit. earlier that ,day a joint the same terms.
statement had been issued, signed Besides the wage hikes and other

"' by both President Truman and benefits the contract with the long dis-

'i President Aleman stating that tance workers was practically a re- State Sen. Anglin

i agreements had beta reached for newal of old terms, which were ex-

j the U. S. to grant credits to Mexico tended for one year. A clause per floor. Scott apparently fired twice,
i -credits to make the greatest and mits either the union or the company i
with one shot going wild. Some senators -
; earliest contribution to the economic I to begin negotiations, after were under the impression that }

development of the land be- September I, for reclassification of Anglin returned the fire, but this has

; low the Rio Grande.: The two chief towns to readjust wage schedules. been denied "
executives agreed that their respective Officials of the long lines workers'
Both legislators from Hold-
administrations must exert union indicated the members would come "
t J.R ensville Okla. Anglin is 64. the old- Sluggard So lazy he won't "**
every effort to raise the standardsof not cross picket lines of striking local
ay est senator in the chamber in pointof even get up when a lady enters.Dogs c.
countries Increase telephone workers.
living in their vv
service. Representative Scott 34. ore often kstle when they're not
; productivity and. consequently fed1'
.. BOX CARS is heir to an oil fortune. Only mo- right Gro-Pup Ribbon would
power.Cona.ion him vitamin and mineral dogs ; "
tive that has been discovered for his every
'GOOD NEIGHBOR'Wams Shortage Easing action Is that Anglin's law firm: rep- Slobolt lettuce, developed by the are known to need for vigor and
Prevail Aggressors USDA. Is available for the first timeto vitality. Economical-one box sup '
resented Scott's in
situation former wife her -
but the boxcar
Slowly steadily
the gardener. Non-heading, long- plies as much food by dry weight.. '-
At Newt ConferenceWe divorce suit and property settle-
can spare them. In wartime, when is improving, declares John ment. standing Slobolt produces wrinkled five 14b. cans of dog food! Gro-Pup. Ji

newsmen had our own "hastala she was selling us more than she Hayden, Chicago district managerof trilled, light green leaves. Plants are also comes in Meat and in Pel-EtU ;f
the American Association of
vista' later that afternoon in was buying she built up a supply of GERMANY of moderate size.

Blair-Lee house, a part of the .twin dollars. But now she's buying more American Railroads. Midwest : If the plants are set 10 to 12 Inches 5 ':

residences turned over to visiting from us than she's selling to us. By freight conditions, he said are the U. S. to End Army Rule apart and only basal leaves used iiiiTi1 1srorGROPUP5
best they have been for a long time. '
dignitaries for a, press and radio allowing her to buy dollars at the Slobolt lettuce may be harvestedover
conference which came near being rate of five pesos to the dollar, Grain cars are moving In adequate Control of the U. S. zone of Germany a period of several weeks. Slo :
I Mexico's money will be kept stable numbers to the Southwestern wheat soon will be transferred from ;
chiefly' a photographic contest. It bolt makes a. good fan. crop from
was a struggle unseemly indeed, --otherwise Individuals' ght start belt, where cutting of .the new the American military governmentto midsummer plantings. It produces Rt66 ws.wara.

in that somewhat precleuse setting bidding up the dollar which would crop has begun. civil authority. Secretary of usable leaves three weeks longer

of antique furniture, pale green decrease the value of the peso. "We hope to have several thou- State.Marshall is preparing to take than many well-known commercialleaf
sand empties stored there ready to
wide mirrors and not this long-delayed step as soon as
walls, very lettuce varieties. It receives its .cr.-w 0.
What did it add up to? Good handle the wheat when it comes =
large early American rooms. the i possible. The move will reverse the name because it is slow to "bolt"seed ?:.
sense between good neighbors from combines said Eugene state
department's 158-year-old tra-
Not large enough anyway for the stems In warm weather. "
Coughlin, assistant to the chairmanof
z who want to continue to be good dition. Heretofore the department
mob which surged about betweenthe
customers Mexico Is farther A.A.R.rhe carriers are In considerably hal resisted I14t1o1jTo ; f
little bar the battery of cameras to better condition to handle vigorously taking on Herds and'FIocksFor ,
the left politically than any functions except formulation of
we are,
and the doorway into the
garden grain traffic than they were last hold your loose upper and low
L_ through which el Presidentewas but it Is by no means one hundred policy. Greater ProfitEven er* comfortably sear, an day-and

to appear. Dogwood in the gar- per cent socialist. year. Former Secretary Byrnes wanted up the size of litters. A sow very day, try STAZE.dcntu Hot mannf a "tttty"powder dicorerrcaBed *-

den looked over the brick wall As for Aleman's OKLAHOMA: administration of Germany left with will take strange pigs before hers paste. Get! STAZE 35o tab U at p druggist.*&nt-to.aas I
somewhat startled at the noisy political philosophy the war department, but Marshall are two days old. .. todayl Accept no abtUUtei

gathering. about, it the was plain what he thought Shooting in SenateA himself a veteran of the war depart- Make changes when, STAZE ? is, wI
one party totalitarian
hometown feud exploded Into ment, is willing to change that. He to
At last the tall smiling figure, states when he said before pigs are ready
congress -
gunplay on the floor of the Oklahoma has not revealed any details of the ruck. Sprinkle the -j j
flanked by secret service men : civil government setup that he has
I senate house in Oklahoma strangers with a
"appeared Be sat at a table. "Civilization wanes when,, the In mind. '
When a
LL I City. the smoke cleared elderly weak solution of
The newsmen/crowded around state curtails individual freedom. will -
Sen. Thomas Anglin was lying military force be needed in Germany
him completely catting off the to impose its will stock"dip i
or that of a wounded, shot through the hip. for some time, in case of out- Dock an lambs
cameras.* The newswomen'shoge political party on its citizens." breaks.
hats completely screened His assailant Rep. James Scott a and castrate an buck lambs at one PACKAGE KILLS UP-TO WO RATS.Ratacoetmomey.Stop,
It that
appears brandof marine veteran was arrested a few Marshall denied that Americanand to three weeks. Combine the two'
_- 'the klieg lights A controversy democracy is near enough to minutes later In a washroom.The British officials' had run into operations-castrate first, then dock. ",
of little heat ensued and DO rat dwtractkarto
our to make him the good '
neighbor shooting occurred the basic
before difficulties in
over policy plans
Use a reliable disinfectant'on *and
little heat exuded from the high feed,live***
bulbs and the normal we Washingtonians who met afternoon session had opened, when for merging the American and Brit- wounds. Bloodless docking and cas- 111 property. Kill rats'withftearns'Uaedby
candle-power him think he is.
1 : radiation of a hundred or about half the senators were on the ish zones, as reported from Berlin. tration can be done with instruments
fanners for 69 years.
made for the
SO energetic ,human, being purpose.
Dehorn calves when young (under & $1.00 at DEU66ISTS

Finally the newsmen were pushed RECORD OUTPUT 10 days) with 'a chemical 'dehorner -

''F back and the cameras set to work. I that won't rub 'off on the udder or WNU-14 21r

S Some of the reporters were pushed flanks of the cow. A chemical de

clear out of range ,and I, saw one horner works best on young calves

helpless, hapless gentleman wedgedtightly Farm IncreasesCHICAGO.Measured and calves are easier to handle Kidneys Must
between 'the bar and the Productivity when young.

backs, of three husky Mexican To help prevent damp litter in Work Well-

y pressmen. The poor fellow's right brooding and laying houses, mix hydrated -

hand was pinioned so notetakingwas on a volume of output and increased use of fertilizer The tremendous advance in mechanization lime in the litter at the rate 'For Ton To Fed,Well

Impossible.' Only his left arm basis, farm output In recent and lime for soil enrichment. of farming'methods is one of one pound'to eight square feet of day T dais

was free 'and that was deep in the years has been 30 to S3 per cent Approximately twice the amountof of the most important factors in floor space. Hydrated lime, remember .::= =:taw the kS4egs=
middle of a nest of scotcb-and- higher than the 1935-39 average, according fertilizer used 10078&rsago Is be- bringing about the record 'produc cot ground limestone. raw II men aaU paopU from_aware blood.et keg 6e

'sodas. What else could he do about to an article in the Northern ing used now. use of lime has Increased tion of recent years however, the fcldaen nat ooataatiy raatoro law. .
did. sett and other* *
it? Salud pesetos!) Trust company's monthly publica threefold and acreage planted article stated. Between 1940 and J944 pte naffs that asses caaatt star Woo* '
The photographing continued. The tion. The gain. It Is pointed out, with hybrid seed com. for'example tractor production increased more Treat Egg Right to without iajmry to ib vwg*

.. .. photographers' In ,front wouldn't was recorded despite a decline of has increased from "less than 3 than 25 per cent,"mechanical corn Keep in Gold I Storage bo batter.TrtKB U BJMOt vth4is of UdJW wftr*ttajWBOlo : _

stop 10 per cent In the number' of farm per 'cent of the total, corn acreage pickers more than 55 percent and s. t.-daca prup rty.. ........_ .T
5- workers. 10 years to dan 65 grain combines and Treating an egg right means storing sC' .[
cried. "Enough" ago more per milking machine tie* omrttmto war** iomet5l.tt
'The newsmen Although generally favorable cent It clean, covered and cold,, say Yse sails a.pdsi beckh.aauui
5 now. Since the yield from installations more than 50 cent. "roes. tray
'' .One reporter, reversing the ancient weather-and longer hours m the hybrid seed is about 20 per cent Increased, pI'Oduetivity'and lowered University of Nebraska apeclalfsta.ECP' '
"One word Is worth "
verb sighed. ** fields aided in the production record greater than from common strains costs coming from mechanization when clean should be stored W1i,. .S.rat &l7 r y !!

} d pictures. the article contends that more "the effect upon overall output Is "give hope; that the farmer may In a covered bowl or pan. away be eooatrr...over.Da 'ensstr.Mbaaiato If w tfc.tarn"tioa -'

,: photographer yielded. important factors were greatly Increased clearly ''evident. through increased per capita production from strong-smening foods. Withouta U Uo khta 7* sad fceip taftaab ... is
the7' do this In Mexico" mechanization of farming .. cover eggs lose moisture and are eat poiagaoM wart trio the
J"urther, farm productivity was Increased attain the same standard of UwL. mat eoetaia a tt lag t .
i American reporter, archly methods wider use of improved because production of meat living as the industrial worker doe, likely to 'absorb odors. When kept Ge lJeon'today.DM tilt catDOAHSPIUS, ++wM

E 5 +4: ':do this in" Mexico" an- crop ',varieties of the hybrid type animals: requiring about cot-third with the large assortment!:tools in a cold place, even for part of a an drwg.t.,_

[oilcan reporter..in per shifts' to crops and livestock requirIng as..much labor per unit of production provided for him" the'article-= day. they stay good longer Stored

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and many of ,them are incorporated sterpieces into in California' \.Jtr. :; ,
Unsurpassed the'national park : ,..
System. ;
aks imposing waterfalls and untouChed embracing rugged "v. .. .. Y ::::.:. ( aNew ;; i
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," -: :: In 1890, three national parks were formed' all in the Si r-' Steps are Easy lee
Nevadas of California.
.ra They were the first N f
dace establishment of the original-.__ parks created T HERE'S nothing mysterious or '
difficult about the new dances. Douglisc' i iried
national park Yellowstone, in 1872..
above the
'" The three additions were Yosemite valley nearly a mile and They all break down to a few -

already famous fora.singlemagnificent* .E1 Ca pitan, nearly 4.000 feet of perpendicular II basic patterns which anyone can

r granite, are ,the water- fa Qw learn at home by following simple -,11

.- valley; Genlalional falls Yosemite of this magnificent park. Upper BLASTS PROPOSAL Earl O. diagrams. }

Parks eral Grant a fall has an unbroken drop Shreve newly elected president of Each dance has one outstanding figure irca
of 1,430 feet; Ribbon the U.'s.. that is repeated over and over. Learn was the
.' fall is chamber ef
little area of higher even commerce that ctp in aD its variations and you'llbe 'ddiagTuesday
ThIrd only foursquare with a 1,612-foot drop. Nu- took sharp issue with PrealdenTnunaa' LEZ. confident and relaxed when you get oa
merous other I the dance floor. Lie Lee Me* '
from 's "moral
range 300 suasion
to -
SerIes milescontaining cam, .
} In a more You can learn to dance by following the- ft. B _. "'
than -
T-' 600 feet in height. Unfor paign to cat prices. He declaredthe directions and footprint diagrams in our McCarthyPouglas .=

----. the General tunately,for the late .ummu, visitor people will not be "Tooled by booklet Ne 37. Send 25 cents (coin) for Cassel -!
"How to Do the Latest Dance Steps' to.
Grant grove of big trees,.,and Se- many of these waterfalls go dry attempts to make business men, :5 ttee&lr Newspaper Service 241 West ltaSU. marriage cere. is
dedicated by 4aAugust when there has been scapegoats.*. c New York 11, N. Y. Print name. i Rev. Michael
Quota chiefly to pi'esely.
little rain mow .: address, booklet title and No. 37. -anony
: or in the cow y
ing much more extensive stands of try. high erce. .3:

these forest giants, but possessing v x: iredding dress

'also mountain scenery of superb According to geologists, the deep j&Tp '- dotted swiss '

quality. In 1940, Kings Canyon; a valleys of the west slopes of_ the ':erV fingertip
t > Sierra .were carved by the rushing .

.. waters' of the-same'streams which Farmers afeff prater i .In,,place by a
:: '.
now.flow down them. Originally V- Y< .tesoma,

shaped and. narrow,, the Yosemite Sealed Power teprchid.and'erbook

.j .and others-were Invaded by glaciers I Serve Crabmeat Party Loaf for Luncheon I being

,during the ice. age and these, mov (See recipe below.) >>> her paternalr
Sag .forward >with Inexorable force Piston I Rinjs

and power ground away the sides Spring Luncheons sister of
'of' .the valleys to give the present- LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU .

;,1' ;day canyons their'U-shape. ,' :.k:. Now that spring housecleaning is ly.aUend&nt.. .
}green dress .
Yosemite valley is probably one y ; R: aver and we are proud of our shining Stuffed Lamb Chops follow Lead of Engine Builders t-.
Fresh Peas in Cream ;'a bouquet of
.of the most'heaviIy ,
used areas in spin and span
the' entire Lettuce with Bacon DressingHot and Big Fleet OperatorsWhen ,
: system. On some homes it's time
days as many as 30.000 persons to return obliga- Biscuits Strawberry Jam Teal Carlqulst) '
Chocolate Chip Ice Cream your truck tractor or car be- '
have i it it
been in lunch-
the valley at one time; tions for sin of the
lDRAFTS Beverage gins to lose power and burn oil there'san
.a*many,as 12,000 persons have ocr eons which have t t4 t-
Recipe given.en easy way to save oil,save gas,and I
cupled its campgrounds in a single piled up within I W. D.rang .
restore original power.Have a set of ,
night These of course are week the last several 1 Sealed Power Piston Rings installed. i >-- ,"' &era.

>end and holiday crowds; consequently weeks. There is stock and milk. Cook until thick Whatever the make model or cylinder t ,the nuptial

the visitor who wants to TREATY truly no season and smooth. Cover chicken and wear condition,there is a Scaled i by
;'avoid them will plan his visit at Joseph M. during which it's more fun to en- I' 'Mrs.. J.
Dodge;Detroit banker, has been ham with sauce and top with mush Power Set specifically engineered to -'
> other yed th.ira
times. tertain than these -
lusciously warm .
rooms. do the best possible job. For many
appointed special minister to Austria
days when garden foods are plenti rces and
leading engine builders and
to years T
represent Secretary of
IN ALL THREE of the High State Marshall in drafting the fulIf Rhubarb Compote. \. fleet owners have used Sealed Power t. Gounod's
Sierra parks there is good fishing Austrian peace treaty. you want to carry luncheons off (Serves 4 to 6)) Rings. See your Scaled Power Franchise

'for which a state license Is required. successfully, plan light in-season : 4 cups cubed rhubarb : Dealer. a reception.

Each also contains a great variety nAh YpJjk' ,x foods. Use sufficient fruits and veg- 1 cup sugar jarthyr home.
of wild animal and bird life. As in anUmber ; ; etables to ,keep the 'menu sea H teaspoon nutmeg Send a postal for illustrated .'. jfully decor

of the other parks. too K't44 A t e': ;t sonal. and let your table decorations % teaspoon cinnamon bookleton7tray.touve, informative new ;;; las and Eaa.

great. familiarity with the larger carry out the theme. 2 whole cloves oil. Its free and may ;

I:species, particularly black bear and Lamb chops and chicken asparagus Juice pulp and grated rind of save you lots of mon- og theT lace-

deer: and the feeding of these, anI- and strawberries and a few 1 orange ey.Corfk Sealed* Dept.Power WS. candelabraavendar

mals by visitors are discouraged by other foods are reigning favorites. Muskegon Mich. and
National Park service. Around them you can build a lunch- Combine all ingredients and placein -
baking'dish.. Cover and bake
The gentle deer" is possessed i\ > eon menu that will be both eye- in moderate INDIVIDUALLYENGINEERED tflclated<<: at

of razor-sharp hooves, appealing and tasty. Plan to do y ( a ) ewg D.- M. 'Mc-
(350-degree oven
most of the cooking ahead of timeso
which can and do cause serious r
for lhefwedding
injuries to incautious visitors. you won't be ruffled by the time 40 minutes or
p.y until rhubarb U
The bears also should be viewedat W VRETURNS the. guests begin to come in. I tender. Serve 0 graduated

a distance, for their apparent If you want to serve a nice meat cold
warm or
--M.;t-"'> tameness is deceptive. Feeding dish you might like to start oft with cream and School and

,WO TREES' Man Is dwarfed these animals is no'kindness'to with a stuffed lamb chop, follow it crisp cookies. for, "Women' '''f

'nder the forest giants of the Congress them; foods prepared for human with a tomato aspic or tossed salad A more coonomfcalluncheonl Ieteir,She

:group of Sequoia giganteaaia consumption: cause !them A and asparagus then top off with ;)tern h p..t n '"T _y. .
Sequoia National park -serious 'digestive troubles'as strawberries and creams'Staffed -
but consists of
one Just as pretty, gr D.
wen as getting them out:.of,the
" Lamb this salad loaf done with aspic and Pedlatrfeer
great untouched wilderness of deep Chops.
habit of seeking their normal Relleia
crabmeat. This is delicious served Prolonged
canyons, rushing streams and more and natural foods. 4 double-thick Iamb chops ,
with hot biscuits and topped off with
sequoias, directly adjoining Sequoia 2 canned Much Quickerfor of the
..Both Sequoia and Yosemite have peaches pineapple sherbet with fresh straw.
National park was established, and lacy, having
a wide variety of public accommodations 1 cup crushed pineapple berry sauce. so-called i
2ttle General Grant. was absorbed from housekeeping H cup soft bread crumbs
ranging simple
Michael L. Monk, the first rabbiof KIDNEY SUFFERERSIrritated
,.. it. % butter substitute Salad.
cabins on up. Both offer cup or Crabmeat Party ymoon the
-The "big trees 1" found at their accommodations throughout the: Berlin since before the war (Serves 6) bladder liainc(not atnojah:! )Udaeyi)' at
.' best in aU of these parks, often are year has returned to the city of his Brown lamb chops in skillet on .', largely! topoaobU for ba.kaoh.., teepce.. home at _
and are very popular in winter Part I: Aspic bonus' peaM *.tirtee.setting tip Jliehw!K.Mi- mile, after
called birth and will live in U. S. quarters both sides. Joss together finely
;. redwoods. Actually they are since they offer excellent snow and Bejr-eUmalaiit-cnljr pill easy rdbev*-==.
2 tablespoons gelatin
rows .For ,
there. He escaped from Ger- chopped peaches. quicker. iooeer-4atiBC
closely related yet distinct species.. ice sports. Accommodations for visi- 94 cup cold water ewitch to Foley(the.."kJdaey-bUddw)Pill.
The Sequoia sempervirens usually many in 1938 at the height of Nazi pineapple, breadcrumbs I Yam. they eumuUte kidney action too. Bmore $ were:
tors to Kings Canyon are found onlyin 2K cups hot consomme uapcrtut.tkey b'ow.rf.l..dat.v.. '
persecution of the Jews. and but-]
:; called redwood grows only near the what,was formerly' General 2 tablespoons lemon Juice like scum that timctiir allay bladder irritation nisi. Jack
-", coast of California, with a few in ter. Pile on top 1 *.That for Qeleklrl..a.r-ta.ti.ere. C.JL. Cash!*
National :
Grant park. although J4 teaspoon white pepper Hot. Ark for Fdey Fiila, Celeae yet
1 southern 'Oregon. The Sequoia gi- many use facilities at Giant Forest f chops which j J4 teaspoon celery salt find them tar moo e DOUBTS le' Stewart,
Ctntea grows only in a narrow belt I in Sequoia 30 miles farther away. been placed in.| YOC& itolvny 13ACia.i *i&tH! m. '

j from 4,000 to 8.000 feet in altitude, casserole. : i iin Soften gelatin in cold water. Add =MauriceMisa'Mary
'ft along the west slope of the Sierras. a mocI : ; { hot consomme lemon Juice, white'

The sempervirens grows to greater (350-degree) oven pepper and celery salt. Stir until !

, height, although some of the gigan for 20 minutes. dissolved. Pour into an 8} by 4K Margaret

m teas are more than 300 feet talL by 2V4-lncb loaf pan enough of the Mary Lena

Many of the latter exceed 30 feet In Asparagus Vinaigrette. aspic to make H inch deep. Chin tf!e. Mattie

,:z diameter.The (Serves 4) until firm. Place a smaller loaf pan U and 'the'Futra.1.

'!t General Sherman tree, < S tablespoons vinegar or container within the 8H-inch loaf attcs __ ceMref .phMt mt of'
probably at least 3,500 years 1 teaspoon salt pan; anchor firmly' with weights or a et ...... tlmHmt tin.ctt.A .
;' old In the Giant Forest la set 34 teaspoon paprika tie in place. Pour remaining aspicin ee++N I Unit soft ovace a lo;Black wtfOee

.quoia-National park. Is believed 14 salad oil the space between the two pans. s Leaf 40 makes 6 .!.-

',to be the largest as well as the, 1 tablespoon cup minced parsley Chill until firm. Remove inner pan K ii y ,-1 Via othid- N

oldest living thing. Only a little 1 tablespoon chopped pickle by loosening aspic with a small truss a. a. 1
( 10 icsiire full ureactfe.IOUC
more than X7S feet high it has a I tablespoon minced chive knife. Chill for 10 minutes and flu 0 ITrtOBUCItI
base circumference of over XM center with the following: CMCMitAL 50.?.
1 bunch asparagus (1 pound) mcetrouKBtOBUVilU Officers of
feet; its greatest base diameter' Pan U-: Crabmeat Filling 4732 ,' ; I RT. W. which
is 36.5 feet. Sixty feet above the Combine seasonings add vinegarand .
ground Its diameter Is'17.5 feet; salad o3.' Beat until thick and 1 tablespoon gelatinS id here on
at smooth. Add remaining Ingredients tablespoon cold water week
twice that height it .still 17 was
feet through. Its largest branch n: r. '. and let stand for % hour. Clean asparagus *4 cup cream top milk lay night

130 feet above the ground' is :t spa and cook in boDing salted H cup real mayonnaise and friends
nearly 7 feet in diameter. u4 DIRIGIBLE EXPERT Dr. water until tender. Heat sauce and 2 tablespoons lemon Juice TwJgnt g
Many trees in Sequoia approachthe Huge Eckener, German dirigible serve over asparagus.A H teaspoon salt

General Sherman in 'size, and expert and designer of the in- luxury luncheon for special 1 tablespoon onion, minced rParkers
thousands of others deserve the fated Graf Zeppelin, Is In the guests uses both chicken and ham in IK cups crabmeat, flaked ; nFon4a7fD

name of giant A fallen sequoia,' -Y7. S. to work with government ex- the main dish. However you can 1 cup celery chopped fine

burned hollow centuries ago and perts In developing lighter-thaa keep the rest of the luncheon cost K cup parsley, chopped fine

;- known as the Tharp log. was converted air craft. down by serving simply a tossed Tomato slices

into a cabin by Hale,Tharp. salad and a rhubarb compote for WatercressSoften Elerson

t a California pioneer in the late 80s .- dessert. gelatin in cold water. Add y in
and he occupied: it for W/uJSu/PAl
many years.je Chicken DeLuxe. cream and heat over hot water until And
is dissolved. Add real run it ,
.' .1. gelatin mayonnaise em tint ui
: THE FAMOUS Yosemite valley ... (Serves 4) salt and
and the .. lemon; Juice on- RHEUMATISMHURITIS.W..AU I--
Mariposa grove of big trees dices ham
4 thick ion. Add crabmeat celery parsley :R
comprised the first state park in the 4 breasts of chicken cooked: and mayonnaise to gelatin. Pour
United States,_having_been given to melted butter
C tablespoons into center of aspic mold and chill
the state by the federal government 4 tablespoons floor, until firm. Unmold and garnish
for"that purpose in 18${. by enactsigned t 2 cops rich chicken stock and with slices of tomato and watercress.. ore ate finishes

by Abraham Lincoln .Although milk combined Serve with additional mayonnaise. rte't a tr begins a
Yosemite National park was .d salt M.ot'the
I teaspoon Variation:. Pour aspic Into ring .
established in 1890 neither the valley j !
Y a") teaspoon pepper mold and crabmeat mlzture-into a ',' ;;t i attending'
nor the grove was a part of it -: -:- ;: Wale saHteed mushrooms tars.a.ta.s r..i J-se.ea J-
until 18 years laterwhen CaliforniaTtdeeded FAMED CATARACT. Nevada smaller mold to fit in center'of.ring *Mimfc ISS HU M MttffH* rttobeae*

it to' the United States., falls is one ., the many spectacular Arrange breast of chicken on top mold. Or use chicken or tuna ia I I u rat nn mu n att H naigdpbs I ill"bat the

Hardly less famous than Yosem waterfalls in Yosemite ..Na of ham slices. Melt butter, blend to place of crabmeat ,filling. tsar* sass x,i...imtitmu n ;each next-
: .
lte's Half Domes 'towering'sheer Uenal park. flour and seasonings then add chick- 'Released by Western Newspaper Union. j. '

Jnt session.
Green beans cooked until tender >'"1.1TBlTera1t7,
I School BeU,.Ea_ I sislc.l Iaa. .. Add LYNN Imagination. to Serving may be 'served with a mustard .. McCranieid
sauce by preparing a are Mrs.
,TULSA OKLA. _w bother: mn.nant "Removing school bells is simplya Garden: Vegetables white sauce adding to it leftover ? Jr. 3. Rob.
'of the little red '
takes on extra glamour egg ID.40". Doa thte
Asparagus ,ii, Johnnye'It
the Insistent bell bis stopped ringing tardiness ,he' explained. ""As long c served with a white sauce nourishment and seasoning to taste lun al.-ar period penis,
at Webster school- here. as the bells ring pupils rely on when' with mustard. rum toizLiung surer hot
high hard-cooked ++ha.
with grated
NEW CITIZEN '. Ida LupIne.11m' I crowned
them and while relying on them, tired ;
s ,
.lioreoverr blow totradfon'.though Green beans take on a southern +: ) T>ua do vf ",
> actress leaves the Los An eggstTo Pmkhuia'
tardy and promptly : a Vquable con
it to their pupils are p
may be. pupils are fttting luncheond1Jh' note if they are-served with chili nun. Ira
geles'department raeus'as a a latnoas
of p ptrrpwt
blame the bells- JIISUee'a1lleeaftu use for thin
classrooms much more promptly._ sauce seasoned with salt and a bit of "
carrIed with first quality protein food Taken '.
Htaargument added passing her citisenship ex ComSIOUAd.ha1 -
Decision to eliminate all bells and ; '
stalks. oil:ti facilitate b1end.fn1Ldtover"J .. I' bu 4 up ntssaaa 14
similar signals""was made' by "'. weight when after two weeks of the amination. Miss LtrtlDo was bona wrap several asparagus asalast hci 4athM. t: i ; '<< :,
in thin: slices of boiled ham. 'eenpeas ire delicious reported .,.
bit the lowest ; cooked : ,>>
tardiness 'IH.TIq :
,Harry Broad principal, .after 8>eehool't ne-b3 rule la London but has long wanted to- .. stamachie .. e a -
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which has been made tasty by grating mixed with-biis of crisp crumbled tltl gt "
electric bell:eystem bne : level, 'in nin yearsof. .th>. be an American.: th ty '
.. some American cheese into it. bacon and a bit of heavy cream. l'IM l1AllaQa __ ;
down and school's operation.
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fl,- Long winded folks are usually ][ SALE-House and, 49 acres We call It wastefulness when a
short lived. OPEN JUNE 2nd.On of good farm land, sugar mill man without a hair on his head STOPS
and two large substantial out. squanders money for a comb. 660a
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worse than being driven to it. Fort Drum.J. Unlucky Is the fellow who com. 'I. .....I.r'.1 SYMP'OIll'
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Are you planning to pick up and picnic this week end? Then TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1947
I know you're hoping,as I am,for warm sunny weather. But :
i if it should turn out be chilly or rainy, don't let that inter-
fere with your plans. Go ahead and have your picnic anyhow
J ; at home. That way your family won't feel let down and Is the Birthday of Jefferson Davis, Presidentof ..
you won't have to rustle up a regular meal at the last minute.
f ..... the Confederate States of America, and 'a
It's no picnic being thirsty on a For the best-dressed cols slaw or : Legal Holiday in Florida. %
picnic so be sure to take plenty of vegetable salad that ever went
FOR refreshing soft drinks on your out- a-picnicking try this tangy dress-
: HOME CANNING ing You'll find a big variety of ing made with WHITE HOUSE <: WE WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR BUSINESSON
"whistle wetters"at your A&P.. MILKthe creamy-rich evaporatedmilk *-. .
CAPS each as enjoyableas sold at the A&P. Just blend THAT DAY.
\' the and \-t ..
other prepared mustard % tsp.
Eaty la UNI Sur. to Mall Used for allthriftilypriced.Make salt,2 tsps. sugar, a dash of cayenne -
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