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: June 6, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 f I 'I ..: : Board of County Commissioners Will Miss Robert Dorothy Thomas Chapman Weds Legion and VFW Fine. Picnic Arts Dinner Club Enjoy on The Miss Minnie Lee JI

I; I I ; Establish Permanent Health Unit toConnection Saturday AfternoonMr. Sponsoring Home Lake Front McCarthy Douglas -I

and- Mrs O. J. Chapman an-

, i With State Board Health nounce the engagement and approaching -,. Talent Play Here ful After picnic having at the planned lake front a delight, the Cassel Married '

marriage of their daugh.
members of the Fine Arts Club
ter. Miss
Dorothy to Robert Thomas. -
I : The Board of County Coiamli. Livestock Sanitary Board be re- The marriage will take place were rained out last Thursday The Cathollc-Church was the

1 I .loner* of Okeechobee County, Fla. quested to employ an assistant Saturday Mra. Florence Moor arrived: In evening and forced to finish the
afternoon of
June 7, 1947, scene a pretty wedding Tuesday
I : met In regular session on Monday, State Vetenatry for part time workto at 6 o'clock at the Missionary Bap- Okeechobee Tuesday and rehearsalare meal indoors at the Women's Club. morning, when Minnie Lee McCarthy

) ;; June 2, 1947 at 10:00 A. M. carry on vetenaLry work in Okee tist church here with Rev. M. M. now under way for Cornza- However, the rain held off long daughter of D" B. McCarthy -... '

i j ". Present were: Commissioners C. chobee County that the service of Martin officiating.Dist poppin" the all local talent "Hill enough to give the children an became the bride of Douglas Casselof

j E. Drawdy, Chairman O. J. Chap a Vetenairy is needed and that said Billy Opery", to be given on Fridayand hoar of swimming fun. _,
Jacksonville the marriage ceremony ,
man, M. L. .Mobl y, R. M. Durrence employment be made as coon as Is Saturday June 13th; and 14th, After the picnic dinner of fried
1 .... ............ 25.93 being read by Rev Michael
; and W. F. Walker Attorney T. W. possible. for the benefit of the Building chicken and salads the group >
Beerhalter of Ft. Pierce.
\ Conely Jr.. Sheriff N. O. Stewart PASSED AND ADOPTED this Okeechobee. Motor Co., Fund for the combined Legion and was entertained informally by Miss

I and Deputy Clerk Connie W. Raul 2nd day of June, A. D. 1947. Parts, DIst. 1 ..... ...... 1.00 Veteran's Home. M. O. Kent at the piano whilea McCarthy's wedding dress
.. was of white rayon dotted swiss
ers+on. The Board adjourned at noon to Payroll Dist 4 The play is under the directionof number of the group joined in a
and she used her sister's fingertipveil -1
The minutes of the meeting held reconvene at one o'clock. Labor, May ........... 23.75 Mrs. Florence 'Hoor, who has period of community singing
was held in place by a
i in May were read and approved. The Board met at one o'clock Payroll DIst. 2 been in a number of Broadway Attending the affair were the coronet of orange blossoms.;

f The report of the County Welfare with all present. Labor, May .:......... 40.50 I shows as well as having been Director families of M. O. Kent, R E. Link, She carried a white orchid and
Board was presented and ordered Upon motion by Commissioner of "Little Theatre" activities H. H. Raulerson. J. O. Wolff 61'. .
Payroll DIst
prayer book the book being
i filed in the office of Clerk of the Mobley duly seconded by Commissioner In Miami, Birmingham, Ala., and N. Zelmenowitz. W. D. Boehmer prayer "
.- Labor May . ........ 31.00'ayroll one which belonged to her paternal
i Court.' Durrenee the Board agreedto Louisville Ky. A. J. Boettgear.. E. H. Hunt O. L.
Dist. 2 treat-grandmother.
i Upon motion by Commissioner give the American Legion and In addition to the Hill Billy Hunt C. R. Boyles. C. T. Durance,
i Labor . Mrs. Vernon Dexter sister
May .... _.. 16.50Payroll of
t Mobley duly seconded by Commls. Veterans of Foreign Wars $1000.00for comedy cast, "Cornzapoppin" has T. W. Conely, Jr. and the Misses

'.: fcioner Walker the Board: donated help in the construction of a Dist. 5 many colorful choice numbers as Minna Lee McCarthy Jo Parrish, the bride and her only attendant

to .the City $1500.00. building. Labor May .._ ..:... 38.50 well as singing, dancing and musical Anne Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthy was attired in a pale green dress .t
and hat and carried
I { Motion by Commissioner Dur- Upon motion by Commissioner Withholding Tax Fund: I specialties. According to Mrs. Mrs.: Vernon Dexter, Mr. yellow rosesThe a bouquet of

j t Commiseloner; Chapman, duly seconded by Commissioner Taxes Withheld May .. 2.70 I Moor, It's a gay show a laugh D. B. McCarthy Mrs. J. A. McNeill -]

Walker, to open bids on Mobley, the Attorneywas O. K. Garage Parts and show, an entertaining show and Mrs. D. R. McNeill, Mrs. W. E. Mc. best man was Neal Carlqulst J

Hangar. Bids were opened and authorized to purchase Flori. Labor on Tractor ...._ 19.37 those attending the play will be tinnon and J. H. McCraine. of Jacksonville a cousin of the $

; the bid by C. P. McGully of $7,950. dy East Coast Railroad Right of C. L. Trlpp. Fuel amply repaid with an evening of CTOom.

f 00 was accepted. The Attorney Way from State Road 15 to OpaL DIst. 1 . .. ...... ... 1.69) good; clean entertainment In addit. SPAGHETTI.. SUPPER Preceding the ceremony, W. D.
Boehmer of Brighton
; and Clerk of the Board were authorized Upon motion by Commissioner Standard' OH Service Station. Ion to helping a rorth-while cause. sang "Saera.'nent" .
I to execute the necesaairy Walker, duly seconded by Commisloner Fuel . ._ ._ .. ,... 1.86 and "Because 'the nuptial
.I About thirty members of the music being provided by Mrs J.
papers, to be paid weekly on acceptance Chapman, the following AGRICULTURAL FUND
choir of the Methodist church were H. McCraine who
: of the work done. resolution was adopted: C! R. Boyles, Salary Mrs. Sarah Jane played the traditional \
guests of the Wesleyan Service wedding marches
Upon motion by Commissioner! RESOLUTION and Exp. May ....,.. ... 150.00 Guild for and
a delicious spaghetti luring the Gounod's"Ave
Dun-ence. duly seconded by Com. WHEREAS. C. L. Box'was employed W. D. Coker Preparing ceremony,
: on Tuesday night in the
supper Maria".
missioner Mobley, the Economy by this Board as County Service County Pasture ._.. 50.00 Whidden Reaches church
After the
: Roofing Co. wa employed to repair Officer to aid veterans of OVeecho. 1940 GENERAL REFUNDING ceremony a receptionwas
Prior to the supper, T. W. Con-
at the
McCarthy home
e House roof for 200. bee County at salary of $110.00 BOND FUND
; the Court a 84th.
Her 'BirthdaySarah ely, jr.,' acting as Master of Cere which had been beautifully decorit -
00. per month; eald employment to Manufacturer's Trust Co. Fee
< monies, presented farewell gifts to ed with white gladiolas and Eas.
t Upon motion by Commissioner begin as of October 1, 1946, and as Paying Agent . . 5.34 the Betty Dunn. Sarah ter lilies and centering the lace-
i Chapman, duly seconded by Com. WHEREAS, through oversight VETERAN'S SERVICE FUND and
Mary Howell who will be
Jane Whidden covered table was a candelabrasurrounded
\ mfcion Mobley. the Board will no record was made of th eemploy- C.! L. Box, Service Officer'sSalary. celebratedher :
leaving Okeechobee in the
eighty fourth near small lavendar and
i. accept bids on June 16. 1947. for a ment of the said C. L. ,Box :May . .._ 110.00 birthday,June 1st future. !
with a reunion of white orchids.
pitch and gravel roof. 1900 sq. ft. NOW THEREFORE, BE .IT RESOLVED RACE TRACE FUND and a <
number of friends at the home The supper consisted of epaghet. Miss Mary Stout officiated at
i ; 350 sq. ft. walls for the County that the said C. L. Box be, City of Okeechobee of i
ti, salad home-made rolls iced tea .
Marion: Whidden, with the bowl while Mrs. D. M. Meirthy .
and he is hereby employed as Coun. Donation .. .. . ._.. 1500.00 whom she and cake.
Jail.Mr. Ives.Fifty. cut and served the wedding j
J. Cv'Wolff. wr- made application ty Service Officer at a Salary bf The following County Deeds Following the the '
supper young
z to the Board for duplicate tax $110.00 per month a's of October 1. were approved: five near relatives gather folks social hour of cake.Miss '1
ed under the trees where a long enjoyed a sieg. McCarthy was graduated ;
1946. Chester
follows Raulerson Horace Davis
certificates as
; table had been ing and games. rom Okeechobee High. School and
arranged and j
State and eonnty Tax Certificates BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Sam Thomas George Mills on

i # E 'Certificate_ No! :'Year of..Sale that the Bald C. L. Box be'turnls.hwith Upon motion by Commissioner which had been spread quite a Florida State College for Women, 41
&j : variety of good things to eat and where she majored IB dietetics. She
c gljWMfet* r .n .2121-! '\.J19. *an-'office-ia:=:tGb Ct&tttu&se Walker seconded by Commissioner which O..E.I Sr-TOjSPONSQR-> .. '
!! '
t '
1941" included a fine birthdaycake. then servhda'ea; ar'rnahiaa'''' **:1
55S fur the purpose of performing his Duirence, the Clerk was authorized CAKE WALK -
., ,... New York Hospital, being then
; 19S duties such to ap. .
205. as County Service Of- apply to trustees of Intern -
There were present, three pointed to the staff Pediatric
13' 1934 leer. al Improvement Fund for a deedto sons The Order of the Eastern Star as 3
one daughter, Dietitian.
; 2124 1933 PASSED AND ADOPTED in property in Okeechobee Heightsto thirteen grand children met In regular session Tuesday ;jJ.
eighteen} great-graudchildren Mr. Cassel is of the a
11 i 772 1929 regular session this June 2, 1947. be exchanged for property need night in th.eMasonic HalL manager
eight near relatives and six Packer Advertising Agency
2123 1933 ed for Highway No. 66. friendsto The two orders being so badly in I haying
; the family. iffices in Jacksonville.
773 1929I The following vouchers were approved Upon motion by Commissioner need of a new piano, voted to begin
Those present were Air. and Following'the the
Mrs. honeymoon
I 2125 1933 and ordered paid: Walker duly seconded by Commissioner raising money for the purchase of
S Walter Whidden Mr. and Mrs. young couple wIll be at home at
1933 GENERAL FUND hlrst
2122 Chapman the following rest an instrument and the move
Marion Whidden, Mr. and 024 Oak SU Jacksonville after
.4 '438 1925I County Officer's Payroll olution was adopted: Mrs. in this project will be a cake walkto

I 2203 1933 Salaries May .. . 1026.60 RESOLUTION John" Whidden. sr., Mr. and Mrs. be held this coming Saturday June 15th. "
Zibe Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Out of town guests were:
1934 Bessie Alderman Tax Coll. in the _
3 136 WHEREAS: the State Board of night park beginning at

439 1928 Comm.. May . . 125.00 Health of the State of Florida has Brett, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde chrIstopher six o'clock, under the sponsorshipof Mr. and Mrs. Neal Carlqulst, Jacksonville >'_
Robert LaMartln, TaxAssess. ; Bill Grace Wanda Sue, Mary ; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cash <
2204 1933 offered the County of Okeechobeean the Eastern Star. It is hopedto .

.} Comm. May .. 125.00 offer to participate in the D. V. Helen and Betty Lou Williams: have the High School Band to nd daughter, Mrs. Doyle Stewart
Huey Whidden John Whidden, Jr., rf Palatka; Mrs. William Hum- :
District Drainage County Welfare Board
+ Everglades Relief T. program now operating in 21 play some numbers during the I'
>" i. Ta; Certificates Allowance, May .,.. .... 350.00 counties of the State of Florida Joan Whidden. Hlldry Christopher, walk and there will be plenty of Dhries St. Petersburg; Maurice "

z .741- 1941 Fla. Power &: Light Co., Elec.C. Lee and Jane Christopher, Lenda good home.made cakes to be award McCarthy Ft Pierce; Miss Mary

i 11 1934 House and Jail May .. 14.96 andWHEREAS: this Board has given Brett and V. D. Whidden all of ed. Follck. Pahokee; Miss Margaret

"' 748 1941 Bishop Office Equip. Co., due and careful consideration Okeechobee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stout, New York; Miss Mary Lena

W. Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Watford Panama City, Mrs. Mattie
1941 Sup. Clerk Judge C. House 86.82
747 to said offers and believes it will WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF 14i
Johnston of Belle Glade; Mr. and Basett Mr. Jerry Futral and the
1941 Bessie Alderman Commissionson
749 be to the best interests of the citizens CHRISTIAN SERVICEOn
'IU 1941 Account .. .... .. 250.00 of Okeechobee County that Mrs. Elbert Carlton and three Misses Belle and Minnie Futral, of

;r: ''- 744 1941 City of Okeechobee Water, said offer be accepted and daughters, Reba Joice. Glenda Fay Tuesday afternoon the Wom Bartow.. ,

'i a. 145 1941 C. House and Jail, May 16.20 WHEREAS: the total costs to and Lenda Gay of Pahokee; Mr. en's Society of Christian Service ]
i' and Mrs. Alva Thomas and V. F. W. INSTALLATION
gig 1941 Evans Electric Co., Lightsfor the County for said program, will met at the Methodist church and

1 80 1941 Court House ., .. 207.92 be actual labor necessary and said Glenn of Vero Beach; Mr. and heard a program on home and POSTPONED UNTIL -
Mrs. Murrell Whidden and daughters MONDAY NIQHT.
:-1 819 1941 Cemetery Payroll costs will be less than 100000. foreign missions which had been

;f ,; 189 1941 Labor. May .u" .. 50.75, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE. Kay and Fay of Ft. Pierce; arranged by Mrs. P. P. Evans. The Installation of officers of '.

'913. 1941 Withhodlng Tax Fund SOLVED that the offer of the State Mr. and Mis. Lewis Mixon and "The Child' and His FamUy" was the local post of V. F. W. which ';

t 919 1941 Taxes Withheld May .. 13.40 Board of Health be and the same family of Tampa; Betty Whiddenof the topic used with scriptures trom was scheduled to be held here on ,

,971 1941 Basinger School LunchRoom I fct, hereby accepted and the Clerk Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Luby Lukes as the background.In Monday night of this week was '.:

} 971 1941 Groceries, May 12.50N. of this Board! is hereby instructedto Sellers and family of Miami; Mr. showing how the Institutions postponed until Monday night. ;.
mud Mrs. Ollie Bethea of Zolfo
169 199 0.' Stewart. Attending notify the proper officials of the and other centers of work of the June 9.: All members and friendsare

; 953 1941 Comm.. May ... .... 5.00 State Board of Health. Springs. Women's Division of Christian Ser invited to attend.

1 H. &: W. B. Drew Co.. Supplies BE IT ,FURTHER RESOLVED vice are meeting the physical needsof :A

Upon motion by CommissionerChapman Clerk's Office . . 2.60 that the residents of Okeechobee people around the world, Mrs. J. F. Bond and C. H. Parkeraon _

'3, duly seconded by Com Okeechobee County Dank County be and they are hereby eluded. Evans pointed out the achieve i were visitor spending. Monday>In ;'

mlaaloner Mobley the Clerk was Assignment . . 163.87 requested to participate in said NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE- ments of Marcy Center Chicago; .West Palm Beach. -

1 authoried to issue duplicate cert L FINE h: FORFEITURE FUNDT. program when requested by a representative SOLVED that the Comptroller of Kingdom House St Louis; Ethel

neates.t W. Conely Jr.. of the State Board of the State of Florida be, and is, Harpst Home Cedartown, Ga.: Mayor and Mrs. H. H. Raalerson .

S t Dr. James B. Hall addressed the Docket Fees May .... .. 2400 Health. hereby requested to grant permission Brewster Hospital in Jacksonville were visitors spending Tuesday in

Board with reference, to setting upa Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular to this Board to transfer from and other places of equal importance Tampa attending to business. and !

local Health Unit Upon motionby Cost Bills Co. Ct. May %.0& session this June 2, 1947. the Race Track Fund to the several! In the homeland. visiting friends. -- ;

Commfeeioaer Mobley duly seconded Mary Schulman, Conviction Upon motion of Comm1sslonerChapman. county funds hereinafter set forth ,

; by Commissioner Chapman, Fees. May . . .. 500 duly seconded by Com. the amount set opposite each of TEACHERS AT SUMMER -
the Board agreed to accept the N. O. Stewart, Sheriffs missioner Mobley, the following said 'county funds: TRAINING SCHOOL ,

recommendations of the State Cost Bills. May .. . 4S3.64 resolution was adopted: General Fund .. . 117.000.00 SCHOLARSHIPS
to the establishment . AWARDS A."lNOUNCED-tag As one group of students finishesa if
Board of Health as ROAD I: BRIDGE FUND RESOLUTION Fine d: Forfeiture 1,500.00

of a permanent HealthUnit. Payroll Dist: 1 &: 3 WHEREAS, this Board included Road &: Bridge Fund 12,000.00 year of study, another begins a

41.00 per capita was the Labor. May . . .. 25.00 in its budget for the year beginning Agricultural Fund . 500.00 TALLAHASSEE-State of Public Instruction Superln'tendent Colin local school school session.teachers A number are attending of the },

amount set aside for the County'schare Payroll DisC 5 October 14. 1946 anticipated revenue In compliance with Chapter 136, '
English announced last week the benefit
.of expenses and the Chair, Labor, May . . .. 7'.0 from the State Racing Fund Florida Statutes of 1941. the Okee. summer school In an effort to
winners of the state teacher train not only themselves, but the
:' man and Clerk authorized to Atlantic Service Station chobee County Bank was designatedas '

-' execute such forms as may be Tire and Tube .. ..... .. 42.42 andWHEREAS: this Board has received County Depository tor the year I ing scholarships.English said. that scholarship pupils term. who they will teach next:

necessary. Beanie's Supply Shop Parts approximately $75,000.00 commencing July 1. 1947.
winner in this area were: $200 Those attending the first session
: :.' Upon motion by CommissionerDurrence. and Labor on Grader 10-27 from state funds and same has been There being no further business Senatorial scholarship. Jack H. El-:
are: At Florida State
'.; duly seconded by Comt Standard Oil Co-. deposited in the County "RaceTrack the Board adjourned. .
$200 House of Represents
ledge; Mrs. J. McCrsnlfe: _
missioner, Mobley the following Fuel . .. .. . ..... 19.1 4 Fund" and it is necessary Mabel RaUlerson Sheffield, Tallahassee
i tires scholarship, Alma Joyce Mrs.
... Southern In Lakeland are 4
resolution. was adopted: Mabel Raulerson Sheffield Re. that a portion of such funds be Clerk.
Tmmble. No $400 Lewis '
state Raolereon,and'.Yrs. J. Rob.
i RESOLUTION cording Rt of Way Deeds 30.00 i \\at
I transferred: to the several funds in C. E. DRAWDY. scholarships were awarded in the m. At Florida A It H,..Johnaye

,.F-. BE IT RESOLVED that the State C. E* Smith Lumber which Race Track Funds were in. Chairman.. Okeechobee area. Dortch. ;_: ,


1 Sunday Monday June 8-9 c' :.. Wednesday Thursday June 11-12 .0_ __..- ,Friday -Saturday-'June 13 -14 _

---j. Van Johnson 5 Marie Wilson .. ; Eddie'Albert Faye Marlowe_. ':' LucUe Ball and' 'RY.. tIeri' Iidug">

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l' ,. LUST LOVER Sports Jrlo for linn

i, '.i I ? ,JJ, oJ BY -; n .., iHi/k., Simple Jwo-jp'iecer Qt ei'ti
,. ..' ,,.' .! otrnSoybeans
.. JID MeFarlane. whose father, Rich Richard's voice came again. myself in a minute." '

.'; '_" ard, disappeared in World War I. fans "Dooley I've seen the boy. Hedidn't "I'm stopping" gulped Julia / s :
>! la love with Lieut. Spinf Gordon. She that ,
know me. of course. I haven'ttold swallowing the ragged Hold
t 1* upset to And that her brother. Hie Will i
know I
t him anything. You've heard tore at her. "I-don't why .
1 y- has fallen la love with Sandra Cal-
from him today?" went to 'pieces like this. I never do
i i .:_ vert a divorcee. During her absence. Own if Given Chance
t ..:-. Richard retarns from the dead and visits "Yes." She had to hold her lips cry. I haven't cried In years' i

I .-. :' a ber mother Julia. He is using the stiff keep her face calm because "I could kill Ric for doing this to
'. assumed name of Captain Mackey and John L and Jill were watching her. you! He lied tq me. when I went industry Making Real 4'5t 1 ; .t
: Is stationed at the tarn camp as ate. ''Yes, Captain I heard from him down there. I was furious at him.
Julia Is heartsick. Richard tells Riehe. for
Demands CropSince
\ : knew his bier in France and later today. He told me that he had But-to do; a thing like this, not to Big
been married." have any pride for his family- ;
y.; threatens Sandra with exposure of an America's pioneer soybean /4
illegal divorce if she doesn't leave Rte "That's why rm calling you Doo Please Dooley don't begin again. plant began operations in /4 4

,'. alone. Julia her father-in-law. John I.. ley. I wanted you to know that I Come upstairs with roe. TU get you processing have become a byword _
,' '-, and Jill are horrified when they get a did everything I could. As soon as some hot milk and a sedative tab- 1922 soybeans Fjl r
i letter from Rie announcing his mar ", In agriculture and industry i. ,
t I suspected that he had this reck- let. the nation's fourth largest _, (4 r
riage. Sandra win live with them. ranking as
}t :; less marriage in mind, I had him She followed Jill meekly. She lay cash farm crop..

1I up before the board and arrangedfor on her.bed, where the dying lightof Soybeans, when processed enter
!, : ,I CHAPTER XV his immediate transfer, but I September dusk came throughthe largely into three fields of uses- ;%, t 4g

was too late.", branches of the great trees. She farm home and industry. k' t4T

:f. i. : Julia said ". -think. Ric is "It's an impossible marriage,-you drank whatever Jill brought her Farmers know soybeans as a crop / (

."" -. .' t going out to' fight for usIf he think she was grateful for the cool cloth which can be planted late, if neces-
g; ,t I' loved this woman enough to marry (Oh laid over her eyes. She was aware ift4 .
Richard. Richard why are
,c _' L'' r. her the least we can do for Ric is of John L in the room, felt his wor- i
we talking like this? We're Ric'sfather 9 i, _
f;;;.: : L s to make her welcome." and mother! And we must ried eyes upon her;wanted to comfort '
-:-: '" i Jill's face was stony. "I love him and was' too' numb. She 6 Sy.ce'
speak to each other like formal '
i .-:- Ric. He's my brother. But when strangers!) did not talk because her spinning ;%_s. If j lip

Y: he sends a female tramp here to brain was so full of cries that must ,
ft:; 1 live with his mother it's too much!" But a little warmth lightened her not escape 'her lips. Because, her "
i wretchedness. Richard had triedto
t ;j -i John L had come bumbling up ears were hearing Richard's voice l r"s. '
save Rie. Richard had not betrayed ;
'_: I behind them. "Confounded young again calling to the old ache with- "r
himself. It little tot :
helped a
<_ 1 I puppy!" he snorted. "He's got in her touching that old tendernessthat

about as much use for a wife as had never healed.

j ;;' I have/' "Dooley, trust me!"

"It's this war. It's that feelingof (Oh Richard, Richard, why did

r desperate haste they all have, you come now, so tragically too

that they must crowd a lifetime of late? When he needed you when 8162mrrt

} living into a few weeks or a few he was little when I was so alone % 34-43
days." Julia said. "She can't bet where were you then. Richard? He Soybeans ready for the processor.

::; the dreadful creature that Jill had no father to teach him honor, Lazo Summer TwoEiecerADELIGHTFULLY ? .
and which brings comparatively -
;: S V j thinks she is, she wouldn't have appealed no one to teach him to be strong. sari,
'_V i to Rie." Now it's too' late Richard, forevertoo high return per acre. They know simple lira
soybeans, also as a superlativesource Set piece dress designed to'fatteJ:
I tell I had late!) Smart Sports
"I saw her you of protein concentrates for the slightly larger figure. Sott
I. lunch with her" ill It was with trepidation that Julia use in livestock and poultry rations. SCALLOPS give an air of smart- gathers add a feminine touch the! -

4 :- ( :A't "Why doesn't he send her to her met the train next afternoon.She Products made from soybeans go ness enchanting sports surplice closing is a fashion favorite _

: ..t own people?" John L wondered. had got Ric's room ready set. The brief top buttons in back this season. Wear it aU sun.i-
of food items.
Into hundreds Soybean -
"Probably she hasn't any Probably that She had the nicely tailored shorts and long with .
t. f morning. impressedupon oil is used in production of mer pride. :
i : { ,they threw her out, long ago. LL Mamie that Mrs. Richard Mc- about 50 per cent of all shortenings.More skirt are comfortable. e ';:
1 sf' If you're going to take me to town. Farlane Jr would be tired when Pattern No. 8162 Is designed far sizet!
:'V than 40 per cent of all mar- Pattern No. 8163 comes in sizes 10, 12, 34. 38. 38. 40, 42. 44, 46 and 48. Size.XS:?
ti .- Dooley we'd better go. The' telegraph she arrived?and it would be kinder garines are made from soybean oil 14. 16 18 and 20. Size 12. top. % yardof 4i yards of 33-inch

:ii.C: office closes at nine." not to cook: cabbage or anythingelse The soybean oil produced from 35 or 39-. lcb; shorts 1U; yards; skirt Send today for your copy of ttte Sm.,-:
\ "Go and put on something else that smelled up the house. She 1 4 yards.A met Issue of FASHION. 52 pR eC:'
up is used in
nearly 1,500,000 acres style, color, special features to appeal to"
':' then. You certainly can't go to had talked to John L"If making margarines., every bomemaker. Free pattern prate*:V.
"" town in negligee and nothing inside the book. 25 cent. "
a 's a she should turn out to be a One of the subsidiary uses for soy-
'f: _, much under it. Tell Mamie to help tl Send your order to
nice person. John L, do try to restrain beans is the field of medicine where
; -, ri} you with the zippers. I'm still shaking Jill a little, win you? I do
soybean oil is used as a carrier in. SEWING CIRCLE .PATTERN DEL?.
a) ;;, all over." hope we can meet this situation as capsule-packaging: of vitamins. 330 South Wells St. CUcac t, IS. #

1 t Julia dropped on the long seat in nice people." The health-giving value of soybeans Enclose 23 cent In colas for-ec& -

.V.i, j, the halL Every inch of her body "Jin and I will be so nice you'Uadmire long has been recognized by Pattern pattern desired No flf* ;

4 was cramped and cold. Her throat us," the old man promised. the farmers of health foods. These little olive oil or glycerine l

,i < --J' ached intolerably. "Only don't you get in our way." things are secondary to the farmer. poured on a soft cloth and rubbedon Name_ lI lt t

1 I i' She, said. "Should I have told That smudge of smoke down the Yield and profit per acre and use of bathroom fixtures keeps themin Address I i

l : is-: Richard about Ric John I.? After shimmering V of the rails, was it soybean oilmen as a feed have been excellent condition and makes. ,

f ': i \' all Richard is his father. He might another cloud that would lie darkly the farmer's first consideration. If them easier to polish. i
( 'I : have found an opportunity to talk over her heart? She walked out to the production of soybean is to con- -.-

I' 1 to Ric. He might have saved him the track. She set her face in her tinue to increase all uses of soybeans Paint thinned with turpentine

from this folly" best imitation of a welcoming smile."Don't must be developed and ex. spreads readily and dries quickly t}
t 1 "They're both soldiers. Soldiers panded. sheen.
you dare dress up. without leaving a high
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t go where they're sent. Richard may Dooley," Jill had warned --.- I
I be in Africa by this time." -
I And Julia had countered dryly Don't overlook tender young
I "John I.. I can't bring myself to "You're still here Jill I thoughtyou I r SHORTCHANGE SOILThe I spinach when tossing a vegetable MAK ES 1

turn Ric's wife away from his 'salad. It's a way to tempt the
this Is Mrs McFarlane. were leaving us forever if Thirst 1 11
-;: I. i home! Where would I have been "Yes, Ric's wife entered this house benefits of clover depend on spinach haters at your home into '
= in that other if had cast QuenchersP .
you Besides it is colorful and
eating it. :;;:
off?" ?e able to believe again in some '1 decided that it would be criminal how much nitrogen and organic "

VV t j me"It was you took me in, Dooley.I tmall nobility in Richard. to desert you. You're such a matter it produces, and how muchof ;nutritious. _.- MYQRSgjG HERS v,ti i
Richard said "If a rotten mar- softy, Dooley that you'd let her those materials is returned to the 1. '
was a homeless old.man, living t Cause of paint cracking usuallyIs
i She's walk all over Jill said. 'TU soil clover When
plage. She won't do. Dooley, you as or as manure.
> oteLi
in a ) coat is harder than
r ; no good. I knew her in the islands. give her two weeks. But if she's sweet clover is out In the fall and that the top
"You took of for the undercoat. This often results
care years I[ don't know just what I can do still hanging around after that I removed from the field the resultingloss GREATNEWStorsocalled
f till we could make this place pay. but I'm 'going to try to do some- may go to Washington and gej$ a in nitrogen and organic matter when one 'paints over a surface
Perhaps this is the I must that is not
way pay
thing. job. Boots Palmer knows a Con reduces the yields of crops followingIn
\ r back-to that I -e-
pass help along. "But she's coming here. That gressman." the rotation. When clover is not
wish I could change Jill's attitude.She's In using a hacksaw best_resultsare KIDNEY Sufferers
in the letter." cut, those yields increase. The
was, "All right Jin. But tryto be a is
stroke donein
so determined when she's angry obtained if the kaowledc bladder an*
and upset "Dooley, do the best you can for lady for those two weeks. After such a manner as to bring into Neal y I kidney only prove iaoareetlyj ate V
the present will you? And trust me? that I won't raise any objection entire of chief eatu of beclachee.kg pua*.cetfaBf*.
; John L lit his pipe, puffed it slow- play virtually the length miihte.bnrojis PMUM UuwcBl
& 1[ know I haven't the right to ask whatever you want to do. the blade to kidney.By(OoUkuMC bladder i u

V! V "You and I aren't so young anymore it; but I'm going to trto do something Perhaps, Julia was thinking as SWEET oovea CUT N PALL, -.- popl wail u get.Unnif far.madiar tin. kidney 100%.I.gguha.s comfort. ,To w.d*t

F Dooley. You're young, com- about this. Yes, she's coming she watched the engine thunder toward MO OEM.lIO--r TONe..: Hard woods, and especially oak tiu Unlike,take okbtyl Foley(the ktdacy-cUmaWt-oaly new kk -la4der)PuW.
'pared to me. but you've lived long there.* She's already on the way. her Sandra wasn't too happy' are not good for framing jobs since Foley Fill hays direct Md&tiT-hk.action to

; enough to know that things pass. "Then I suppose there's nothing either. Perhaps she had let love w {6. .Ii SM EET t.OYERigrt3iG't they split easily and do not, stay them.soothe JUk bladder druczwt imutxms.for Foley Nottuar Fill*. Value elM =
Maybe she won't like it here. He we can do? But thank you so much rush her off her feet and now she pU.PER1CREniah' + straight. Sad them ter mcte attatactory. DOUB &

:. chuckled "Could be she wouldn't for caning. Captain." She wantedto was being shifted off on people she + Ta se. o -.- yogi MoNSY SACS.AIDTOHAIR.

like !it here at alL .You Just re- cry. "Thank'you Richard! Thank did'not know whom she might suspect Save the lids from baking pow

lax some ways, and get tough other you for trying to be a father to your did not want her. But would 'a L COQN 19 a ILtJ + der or lye cans. Paint them a

ways. Keep a strangle-hold on your I son at last! But Jill was listening. woman who had been married before bright enamel color. Use assort. California MJoaIoa

3 money. Ric's done a lot of bragging Jill must not suspect be swept off her feet by a boy ++-+ tvHEaT 75 .g9y ed colors to give a Mexican air. GROWTH #

about his family, like as not and Richard said. "Wait Dooley. I Jill could be wrong after all This These "play dishes" will be a -Th OAoflh* adW '
might be a girl whom Rie had met small house- lintoo aniBUtuiff of Ald-to-Heir Growth. '
"she thinks you're a wealthy wom just wanted to tell you. Don't wor- grand gift for a Shampoo ndSc lpToDerS7iOConjpi. ;
an. Well don't be wealthy when ry. He'n be an right. He's 'a fine later. She held to that hope till the keeper. Satill octio. Gnu. or Money Befunded.
VV she's around." train ground to a stop, then sur- Writ to I
V He's like He im'tgoing
looking boy. you.
'; "How can I be wealthy, when we be like his father. He'U rendered it resignedly.Sandra CAUrOHUA PUKTS OSTUjmOM .CO. ....
to above chart illustrates results of BuL Who 1 p.0.Ie.26S awe., .c. f I
both know that if low
.V V they put cell outgrow this foolishness." crop rotation tests at the Carthage
; ing prices on hogs this Arrives
year, we ""Oh. I hope so!" She said "Good- son experiment field by University Macpherson was strolling down
won't make
a ?
i "If she does penny come-if Jill doesn't by," almost in a gasp and hung up. At the FarmV of'lllinoie'agronomists. In a three- the street when he noticed what TO EASE BOII.S

V: V ( head her off, put on your seediest She turned to the others. "There'sno That had to be Sandra gettingoff. ;year rotation of corn oats and he thought was the familiar figureof jfC BES OR SORENESS z
Jm.She's sweet clover seeded in
sending wheat was
E : clothes and get her up at six o'clockin use any message Julia's heart gave a sick flop. a friend. Quickening his steps, soothing and comforting
her That the wheat and plowed under for :
the morning. Tell Mamie to already on way. Small blonde no girl for all the he came up to the man and GRAY'S OINTMENT with
+ churn all the cream and we'll live was-one of the captains at RidleyField. soft curls, the delicate makeup.The corn the next spring. On one plot slapped him hard on the back. its wholesome Antiseptics and nature
said he tried to have Rie stubble sweet clover was cut viselike ,
He the
/ ; on country victuals-turnips will be face under the clever hat had To his confusion he then saw that aiding medication.Nothing
transferred in time to prevent this, in the fall and removed. On another It-nothing so comforting:
=3 ready soon. I looked at them today been written upon grimly and a bit he had greeted an utter stranger. pleasant for externally-caused skin
he too late. the sweet clover: was left un
but was "
; I can be plenty tiresome, too. if I put cruelly by life. plot "Ob, I beg your pardon he troubles. 35c. Get, a package today.
that! The cut. Both plots were plowed the following
... q my mind on It. Any old man gets "So. thats next move Julia went forward. "You must said apologetically, "I thought you --- --
to be windy. I'll talk her to death." then," Jill set her chin '"Is to convince be Sandra? rm Richard's mother." spring. The effect on yieldsof ,were my old friend Mackintosh."

this Sandra person that Buz- She felt that slow blue gaze travel corn oats and wheat followingon The stranger recovered his wind
c A Phone Call zard's Hill" Isn't the place she wantsto over her. moving anxiously, but the each plot is summarized above. and replied with considerable

live. voice, too young and limpid for that ... heat "And supposing I were To bore and loe '
From Richard"John "But surely we can meet this throat cried. "How nice of you! I (lew Type Spray. Oil Mackintosh, do you have to hit me every en comfortably day dentist's aar mall artastrta iSay-
V L, you're priceless!" Julia situation with some grace? After was afraid you might not get my so hard?" corery tailed 8TAZE. Hot "utMir**
:t. T. Fruit Trees powderl cleaaaat-ta MPMU.
'n R f smiled again reached for his hand. all. Julia "protested "we're. still telegram." For. :, "What do you care," retorted Get tebe at drops I Ir

as Jill came pelting down the stairs. McFar lanes. "It came this morning. I'll have A new superior type oil for use Macpherson "how hard I hit' today Accept ore sobstlttttelSTAZE

.-. ... "Ready?" Julia said. "I still "What is it worth to be a McFar some one see to your bags. Are all in dormant sprays for fruit trees Mackintosh ysalb@ d1

1 ::, don't approve of this remember, Inner Jill cried. "Rlc'a a McFar these yours?" has been developed by Geneva eXperiment -
.t JIlL" lane! She'll be a McFarlane. too. station. The new type oils
.:;' "They do look a frightful lot. ; ;; .
t "It's my responsibility Dooley. Dooley', if you go soft on us now. I don't they? That's because since the are said to be more effective and - --------r. ,

k,: rn sign my own name to the wire." swear m ten her that you're a war began rye had no real home. to';be safer to use on fruit trees. f"- '

_'',: TU get the keys. Julia got up mental easel! Til tell her that we're rye lived in a trunk. I have a It is estimated that 25 million gal- :: (

c, slowly. And Just then the telephonerang too tenderhearted to put you in a trunk too. Do youthink it couldbe lons of oil are used Annually throughout FOLKS ARE, ALL SMilES. ty E
and : sanitarium world for
sharply long. here? the horticultural
Til get It.." Jill sprang to the Julia began to laugh hysterically "We'U ask." Moving across the sprays.. sufficient to make about a I' : tI

.receiver. Then she turned back tears running: down her face. Her platform. Julia felt the Impact'of billion gallons of dilute spray I WHEN THEY TASTE THE 'JUIC/ l :::'

with an odd look. "It's Icng dis- throat convulsed her teeth chattered watching eyes upon her. The eyes

'tan -calling you, Dooley Maybe she shuddered and pressed of women she knew well. women New Machine Aids
V IV :V she isn't coming after mtt. her hands to her face letting tears who knew to a day: bow old Rio I: TENDERER RAlSlNSj&INIMPROVED ,p I

% "Jt could be 1Uc. Jill I can't say pour out between her'fingers. was..,and she knew that V they were let? Fertilization, ,

cruel things';to"1Uc-I can't!" She seeing, too. with pitiless' female .A machine capable of placing fertilizers I. I
down'-atVthe instrument She Making Plans clarity that for all the' illusion of at plow-sole depth and covering "RAISIN BRAN FLAKES!

:aald.l"BeUO.Ps.. this i* Mrs Richard youth Sandra Calvert had achieved I
{ as high as 30 acres a day baa
McFarlane,", 'and Instantly all For Sandra artifice bad put up' a losing battle been developed by an Illinois farmer. : /ffy

--i in. ; the color. -'drataed-out- o* her face Jill looked frightened. '"Dooley- with time. It would be all over town .- Fertilizer placed at root depth NATURALLY SWEET..YOU SAVE :

V't =and the receiver '.trembled in herband. Dooley don't! Stop It this minute in no time that Rie McFarlane- had in the soil or in the bottom of the

.r-s X didn't mean a word of it Dooley married a peroxided old bag she plow furrow has been gaining advocates I SUGAR! GETA PACKAGE'RODAYI

.;z The' voice that came over the. wire rm going to put you to bed right was certain. at a rapid pace. The pJ'u.nt.slow :

t- ...IdeHoQt....,.,to aat)'Oar. now. You' e had enough for one She said 'Tm so sorry we haveto method of application has : .

ti. Bichard -Bteaard 'WM caning. woman to bear in a day. Grandfather take you out in the station delayed its general application: It ", 6't akn "'om.th atd., I

and she could hot'let'Jffl -". and I will take care of everything wagon but we've put. up the- cars allows late,_"ltUOl1.a dlcation after : ; ; J

She.acid...,"Yea; ...'-Is ItrLMe ; Dooley if you don't stop crying for=the duration.**. weather has become settled. L-,7..7----- .": _
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OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, June 6, -1947

J pillow the church. To be a com- TO ALL VTEREANS AND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT! OF THE A stipulated sum-is alW&JS"tJi.e
r @ltttdynhu efu3t DEPENDANTS NINTH JUDICIAL! CIRCUIT OF the other fellow,
i munist you must not accept God. THEIR OF CLASSIFIED ADS FLORID IN AND FOR OKEECHO- amount you owe
; To be a communist you will be aid OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BEE COUNTY. IN CHA>CFRY.
a Published every Friday by the ing a cause which will aid your Sri? TOtOriET TITLE. As ships pass at night so passeththe
-4 Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeeehobee, There is no veterans representative J C PEARCE bills brought before the legla.lature. .
Okeechobee cause of living in ignorance all the Plaintiff
County Florida. AUTO WANTED-Good condition, .
balance of days and then die coming to Okeechobce from vs.FRANK
your used czar reasonably priced. Mustbe FELDMAN and
BRYANT BOWDEN ....... ...Ed to. without the true knowledge of liv Ft. Pierce or West Palm Beach at good motor and good tires.See LILLIAN FELDMAN ft sis If modesty is a virtue any remarks -
the time and it is Defendant
present not make be out
ing.The Wison at The Okeechobee ORDER TO APPEAR we might may
world is now in an uproar known if a representative will start I I THE STATE OF FLORIDA of order.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES News Office or at Nix's Camp. To Frank Feldman sad Lillian Feldman -
: look coming here In the future. But
what to
: One Year in and few of us know if alive Marshall N. Hunt and
advanee *. ....... .1300 been The man who boasts of never
the office that has in
Six Democracy and operation Gertrude Hunt his wife if alive and
Months forward
in advance ... 1-50 FOR electric win to create
SALE-Large nrh person. or any of them. are having done anything an
here in the Court House since
Three eventually
Months Americanism must
advance UW' True dead to their unknown heirs
dow fan; priced $8500.-Mrs. R. enemy-has never done anything.A .
prevail and communism and all October 1946 Is still operating for devisee, legatee, or granteos: and to
the benefit of veterans and their E. McLaughlin.FOR all persons baring or claiming an In.
f Entered as second class matter July other cult teachings must be cast tenet in the following described lands welLfed person can always see
i y into the lake of fire and brimstone. dependents. This office is main. situate lying.and being In toe Countyof the beauty in flowers.
1. 1914. at the Post Office in Okee- tamed by the County and the County SALE-Lot 9, Block 133. Okeeehobe State of Florida to-wit:
f chobee. Florida under Act of March There are only two stands for W% of NEB of SW 4 of Section 23 -
8. 1879. to take during these days of Commissioners have the powerto Okeechobee, Florida by J. JL E% of XEH: of S\TH: When planes start traveling at a
you EH of SEH of NWK: speed of two thousand miles an
the appoint someone to run the office. Roney owner 61S Atlantic Nat'l.Bank .
stand on
darkness-take your VWU of SE% of Section 2S. hour-we all soon be wearing
} I: YOU'LL NEVER FORGET aide of the Lord and follow the This office at present Is beIng Jacksonville Florida. GREETING Township :ST. South Bangs 83 East. wings. may

i THOSE EARLY DAYS teaching of the scriptures; be an run by Carmil L. Box. A ret J C Pearce having filed his sworn 1
American as far as a democratic eran and a man who has and will FOR SALE-New Case Tractor, Bill of Complaint in this suit the nature An obnoxious person it cat who

z, No matter bow old you mar grow spirit will lead you. continue to do his very best to as Model "LA" dual wheels Can terrine and the purpose title of of the which Plaintiff it to to d.to deserves the blame for most
is to 1N; no matter how dignified or slat veterans and their dependents be seen at Domer'a Machine Shop. land faertlaaboTs described to be a things he attempts to ly tt the
and sufficient absolute fee simple door of another.
how sedate you may feel; no matter TO BE A CANDIDATE IN in securing: benefits from the Vet. title to have all claims and interests of
.- the Defendants and each of them. in
; how wealthy or how poor you 1948 FOR COMMISSIONER erans Administration. If yoq FOR RENT and to said lands psssed noon and determlned. When you hear of someone "1ft-
i may become you will never forget AGRICULTURE IN FLORIDAFt. have a problem which is or could to remove clouds upon the : ting the cat out of the bag" you

those days when you were Just a be connected with the Veterans Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobeeon and Plaintiffs'confirm title the to Plaintiffs'said land.title to thereto quiet- may understand that gossip 1*

button of a- kid and roamed over June 2 Ammon Administration please feel free to State highway. 7879 acres all and in which Bill of Complaint the again soon to be on the wing
Pierce Fla Plaintiff
states that he believes
r ; the woods and by the small river McClellan contractor and grower, call on Mr. Box at any time wbeth fenced and cross-feneed. Cattle are persons Interested In the land herein there'
'at every opportunity. When the clerk in er during office hours or not. pens dipping vat, two houses, barn Involved and hereinabove described, IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat
who is assistant reading and having named therein certain persona each and every the Defendants
I blooms were on the fruit trees you announced this week about 600 acres in carpet grass. as known by name to him. the above named designated and specified
filled yotr lungs with that most the House They say there is reason in ev- Write owner.U. said Plaintiff but as not known by are hereby required to appear herein to-
that he will be a candidate in 1948 erything-but danged if we can him the said Plaintiff whether any of the Plaintiffs' Bill of Complaint herein
pleasant of all odors and felt that Commissioner of G. PARSLEY. said persons are dead or alive and as filed on the SEVENTH (7) Day of July',
life wu good; had for the office of see the reason in women going Box No. 309 believed by him. the said Plaintiff. If A. D. 1947. and that this order be published .
you certain Nathan without a hat all during the week to be Interested l
Agriculture for Florida. living In said lands, in The Okeecfcohee News a newspaper *
y' rendezvous where you loved to be has already an and then donning something that Kenova W. Va.FOR and It dead to have been interested of general circulation publishedin
Mayo Incumbent. therein Okeechobee Florida
alone at certain limes and as you nounced his candidacy for another gives one the feeling of something And having made all persons having a week for four consecutive weeks.ace '
day dreamed on such occasions you dreadful about to happen. for their SALE-House and 49 acres or claiming any interest In said lands WITNESS my hand aa Clerk and
.. term. Sunday headdress. parties defendant to the said Bill of the Seal of said Court this FIFTH
ii worried cot of the spectre of,the of good farm land, sugar mill Complaint: Day of Jane. A. D. 1947.
: future when the rumors of out. And having demanded from the Clerk MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD
war $500 REWARD-for conviction of Willie asks us where pig iron and two large substantial of Circuit Court of Okeechobee County (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
must materialize and great troubles who cut comes from and the best information houses. Located on State Roadat Florida. the making of an order requiring Okeechobee County. Florida. '
would cast a shadow over the lives any person or persons have for him is that it is such persons and parties to appear By Connie W. Raulerson. D. C
we Drum.
r to the sola Bill of Complaint upona T. VT, Conely, Jr.. _
-r of all. Can't you remember most my fence. a product from the big hogs who J. HUDSON PARKER day not less than twenty-eight nor HoE 608 Okeechobee. Fla.
of those pleasant days of life! NATHAN HOLMES. try to corner the .wealth'of the more than sixty days from the date of Attorney for Plaintiff.
(6-6p) world through Iron monooolies. Fort Drum the making of said order; June 6, 13. 20. 27. July *.
Of You
course you can. had your r
i pals and so many _friends besides. --

{ When you were lonely you had the

mother or the father to to for -' ,,-. .- ,
go :
] : :
= ::
: .
entertainment. The swimming r'J:-: ':.."f!: r ;

hole; the old mill site; the dog you

a romped with. ; the cookies mother
always kept in the earthen jar; the
yt: tt
j little girl you liked so well. Just ;

took back on your boyhood days 1 I <. # ; ,, '
_: and remember how swell they were nn .. .,.:- -

-a and now: You have grown up and ;\ ;'!' ,

i- must be a man of business; you /

f must cast aside all childish man. I. Of( 1f0Ui '.
tiers things: you must mix with .
r i politics and become crooked with PAIKIN ; .._'-,,: '.;
them: you msut bring worry upon

your mind and your money affairs J'',

4: may cause you great agony but _.____ .
-_ 't you. must be a man. You want 'to ----\c \ '

E.. be a leader of men and you get -
elation In your mind and eatisfac.tlon .

In your heart when you hear

other, men talking of you. .as a big
ui man and a great citizen but. when

sz really are the most pleasant moments
of your life? When"you can

: t waft your memory back to the day

j, when the sunny haired bright-eyed
4 '
boy could romp the fields with his

dog and have not one worry on his

mind. At the peak of your glory "

ass man you may still look back ...: '" T',.,.
on those early boyhood days and : \: T.;" '.

feel a quiet solemn gladness per.

meate your. entire being. "., \ .

f -


i A dreamland of indifference has

Its point of creation amidst us Just
at this time and we revel in that I SHORT-CUT a

feeling of lassitude which spells

laziness in Its worst form. We can

dream on and let the tail go with

the hide and one day find out what

really is the condition of things.
Pessimism is a disease which dis. fo Accident

torts the mind and corrupt the '.:. -. .
morals of : :
the God fearing man; "
Optimism is a state of well wishing -
t and a will to let well enough alone I

regardless of whether the world is .
ruled by devils or saints. But now, ,' .... ; The quickest way across the street can be the most danger

lefe and turn see to the what subject we can of communism deduct nf.' ;:t =: .; ous way. To cross in the middle of ,the block, rushing out

} t from that jumble of misunderstand ';": :! ;-\i. from between parked cars,. can be and too often is a short cut
lug: Under the veil of :: .
a vivid ; ;
drama of war and torture among -.. _-4 to accident and death!

the laboring classes and hard .. ,. .. In Florida, 170 people were injured, 71 fatally, from these a

are working now studying people of out the the nation problems we : i; 't: $. causes alone in our first peace year. In 75% of pedestrian

of lower the classes upper-lords through dominating the the ..:lft- '.4 s., -.: ...-7. -.1 accidents the victims were walking in such away as to contribute .

vast wealth and power in presenceof many '. to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation

'- movie theatres throuhout the land. Mr. Motorist- pedestrians are' more careful. "

.' Hare you noticed how ,those pictures f.
i: wUl prey on your mind and :: .! Florida accident records for 1946 indicate that jaywalkers

:!' almost make you believe that after MAKE are even more*'plentiful and careless and '
: :
f :- all an equality of people and of ,/ "_ are pushing the -

,-:' \ finances might be a great thing? 4 SAFE-DRIVING pedestrian casualty rate to a new high. Someone must do .

But do fooled .
not be
by the intrigues '"
of communism which is so A HABIT some life-saving and that someone is you.

last taking root all over this coun : = .' When you cross a street or :highway be personally
} responsible
try. It sounds nice to the no-good
k = plodder to hear that he is just as for .your own safety. Don't .expect the other fellow' to= .

good as any other man; It may be look out for you. Cross'with the light if there is ..oneWit i'': -- '
the mean+ of causing him to swell '

his chest with pride wien he is .-J..,. greatest-caution if there i n't. It's:'up. to you to walk safely.' ; -

told that the .communistic party and live'.longer.OBSERVE : .

,. wIn| gainthe power,and divide all 'C. > .. ". .. .
_ 1 the resources of the nation equally ALL I '

r the fellow .. ,
among all men; who TRAFFIC 'RULES e. _K.. -;
4.. Jived in two blocks of a school .

i-.> horse all :his life and never went '-- ,-,; ::
y to school one day will, be glad to .. ,KEEP" YOUR CAR r : -- > .'

4 '..' that he'Is as gOod AS any oth. IN GOOD REPAIR i: .- i ,, ...... ... ,. ;
an on earth; you are told that '..

4 'a 'communist.'you can help :. DON'T TAKE. CHANCES ; ; m7Ae Okeechobee- :' 'TiJW! ";" 1" :
il' -0 >
&i It '.7 : .
7 ct world affairs and see to ,- -: :-.- ': .: ; "' 'f-.
can"get'your share-of.ev ::' _': ; by the Associated Dailies .. .., ., ,. ,. :'"'''.;;,'\. ..<: -t'f J.s ,s '",.." ". if._ ,;; r ,. ... ;.- _'
i; If yon true 'pillow of the ,;,i. f'-s- of Florid' *, the Florida Press Asso :' ,? : .' ..' -.:,':: -.t' .fi"._.::.:. ;: ,-, : "'",' :;' : ._-.. .. .. '_>..f.", -

'are a.better member, in elation, and the National, Conserve"r. "Y .:y "<.", "
tion Biw iervtce.r ,: ; r :; '
Jng than,If-you are a _. ou. of pubic_ ,: ,'-_' : : f- ."
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Friday, June 6, 1947, i _. f" ,---, __ .
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NOTICE NOTICE x .. en e_ J I With three hundred thousand ,
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the The Board of County > _
loW at public nuetloa OD the tat day of Jaly follewing, descrbed 1947 lands wHI'be_ of Okeechobee County will -r surplus tons of Cuban sugar 'no t., : .r 11
County of Oked-hobep. State : at the Court n01llle.. for repairing the roof of -
10 the of Florida. ; the Ins about this we told
country are
Ientn ..t opposite to the .me. together with alt pay sack due for tarn Jail of said County oa Fi-om..where I Marsh
coat for s t.byJoe 't
UIIDg. SaId sale to begin at 12 o'clock 1'008... sale aDd adnr_ 16th 1947 at Tea o'clock A. M. j J I that we can have ten pounds for sf
roofing to be of Pitch and if i
each No. 12 stamp we turn: in June
w+. Ft.
aDd S30
V-rlpU. .t Land s-p.: k Name .r Sq. Ft. of Wall "
Twp. Owner A..DtSW' The Board reserres the right to 1st. Of course we will soon be } ::11
any and all bid*.
C. through with the OPA but we yet

; of--."E14..and-- -SY4NW34 ---- 2 33'' 111'' C. B. Fritz- i67 Board E.of DRAWDY.County How to Go to Sleep have the communists to deal with.

"" Soil of Lot 2-1 __- 11 3i 32 10 E. R. YrR..ynollta _..._,..._._ LoU {

Lots 21 and 22: f M 3340 O. W. Bedell 5.3'Z' NOTICE

lots 26 It %1'M 3.1 ,60 John J'Ukbma The Board .f County NOTICE TO APPEAR
Lot 3 .K.: ._--._. G M 33.20 R, Nelson %.41 of to furnish nkeechobee all County Florida. around Bill Web- with his formula: A light snack TO: ESTHER LACHMAN .
Lot 24 -...._. __ 8 ,34 3320 T..C.AndenoD %..41Bl floor of the County on. the evening and the and a mellow glass of beer at bed IOU N. HICKS AVE.LOS .
; of Lot It 10 n 33..10 t..ora Morgan LoU venetian blind, therefore ANGELES CALIF. Of
will beat of overtime.. Sort of puts in the mood Ton are hereby required to appear at
be way you
Lot 20 _-_..- 10 M tI a20 H. S(. Woodt'Wk : __ 2.41 by said Board
my in Okeecbobee. Florida
FVi of Lot n 11 M 33 '::20 Henry Blnnr 1 o'clock for the A.purchase M, Monday of said Jane blinds. deep breath for quiet thoughts and peace of the 7th
Lot 15. BIM'k 2\: number and size of blinds can be imagining mind. Lets you relax and "ho of Complaint for divorce Wed against sat
OF DEESA.. tained from the Clerk of Circuit hum" off to' dreams! you by Herman Lachman. In Circuit
x TOWNSITE .JobQ F11kkema 1l\1 of said Okeeclobe a ton OB simply pleasant Court la and for Okeechobe County
County. The
Lot 29 _---__ 23 Sf 33 20 1nkDowa 2.41 reserves the right to reject any the pillow. From where I sit, there's noth Florida. In default whereof Decree Pro alion

Lot 18.. ....... .. al Sf 33 20 Co H. Cobler .._.... 2.41 offers. ing like glass of beer Confeo will be entered against you;
Lot 19 -. ..-._ 31 31 1.1 20 W, WI1IOD ,2.41 CE.. DRAWDY. favored counting a temperate the Okeechobee Newt ia designated
-- V Board of to smooth the of the aa the newspaper in which this Order
County the creases
., away was away
15 S4 S3 20
Lot t ___ W'm& SbU __ 2.41 ahall be published once a week for
. Lot 1. _____ U 34 U r2O XaUe Beuhier 2.U kind of sheep T day, relax a body, and pave the four consecutive weeks Headry

Lots 21. 25 29 s as: ISor6J Blanche E. Cue -.. U3 votes for coun n' way for a good night's sleep. Try Witness my hand and official sal |e Frldtr
at Okeechobee Florida, this SStb day
r.ntl S A e. Bloek XOTICE! *, Oxfords and it, and see if I'm not right.Copyright >f Hay A. D. 1MT. her* he

., GREELEY UBDIVISION B. P. Smith ..___-__._..... 1.57MSINGER said he had best (Seal) Mabel Rautenon Sheffield. daymat.ature .
PARK Rut. NOTICE la herebby given Clerk Circuit Court.
2 or Unknown 1.1 &. ; Okeechobee County. Fla. as
Lot ------ the firm of Okeechobee 8ceJ
Lot SO 10 Gt'O. Faulk ____ 1.21 Childers spoke keecho14aon.-
Lots 29 &; SO _......_...._.. 12 '" Clifford Gerald ___ 1.1 Company has been &
;. ed as of April 15, 1947. All 'I OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. STATE. ,
fnf flE14 of NWy OF FLORIDA. o weeks
of NE% __ 26 S:5: 33 G Monroe Webb ____ 1.14 and accounts up to that date ,1947 United States BreveTs Foundation
CHAS. M. WILLIAMS as agent .
BAllINGERBCliINdS8 SECTION BLK. be presented for payment a for The Ritter Box Company. > -- Of the
-- I
Lot :3 ______ 3 0. A. Snider ______ 1.27 ately. a corporation. -..,
Lot 5 .y Willie F. Young ____w 1.21 C. P. McGaultey Plaintiff.vs -; statedthat

's Lot 1 10 Ettle Cantle ____.._ 1.7 W. G. Royster. f ," -
Lob 9 to 12 IDe. a ss: M 8& 1". F. Fhalt'rtoo 8.78 Defendant. '

hob 27, 28 Ie 29 6 ai: M Crl H. E. Frost ..-... 6.33 NOTICE OF TAX SALE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ; e most

Lot 2 ...._._. __ __,..?. 21 3:5 3t 20 Otto W. Able ________ 2.41Lot Fr Dellaqaent IMS ETcrs By virtue of an execution Issued '," sec.s .
26' 20 John BeardlleT .__ ___,_ 2.41 Drainage District Taxes Y -
11 _,31 NOTICE i* hereby given i out of and under the seal of the 1 Bill
Ei4 of Lot U ..:.....-. 2T 35 'M lQ Edwin F. WUUama .___ I.U land delinquent on July let County Court of said County and illflahfish

W% of Lot'29 .__ 28M 3. 10 Elizabeth Sehuf ___ I.U non-payment of Everglades I directed to me. said execution hay
District in
(.',; Taxes for the year 1948.
NEW much thereof ss may be lag been issued In favor of Chas.
OKEECHOBEE )HT8. .BL1t., r. pay the amount due for taxes M. Williams agent for The Ritter
(Section A) lands for said DELIVERY 1'.Hen
year together
Lots 24 Ie 25,_.......---18 c. C. Wilson __ -__.._ 1.21 cost of sale specified in the BURGESS Box Company a corporation '
LoU 26 &; 2T __ 28B J. 1(. Rand ___ 1.2T erning said District will be Electric Drills against. L. Chandler. I have ed all

Lots L 2 Ie 3 ___ SOB Sophia Chrli.tenaon __ 1.2"l public auction beginning at 12 Grinders levied open and will offer for sale CatOe.sed .

Lots 42 to 45 loe a__.....-_.... 33 Fay Robert ___.____ 1_:( I the noon front on the door lat of day the of Count June 10" Lathe a.t the South entrance of the Courthouse a

Lots 34 to !'lIne ___ M Unknown _______________ 1.27 the City of Okeechobee. Pumps I Supply I Co. in Okeechobee in the said Conn.rage.
Saw County and State the 16th
continuing until said sale is Arm on day
Lots 27 to 30 Ine 40 B. F. I.andon _________ 1.27
r--- .. A complete list of such of June. A. D. 1947 between the
(Granada Circle) anda 1* available for public InI J. SMITH \
legal hours of sale the following '
Lots 1 &; 8 .............._ 40 U. F. 'I.aodoD ___.____ 1,21W" luring the business hour at escribed he tax .
of> the Tax Collector for the Service FEEDGRJiHllYBABY[ Y property situate lying ttlonal
% of SW3 ueept Okeechobee and being in
In the Court the County of Oke i
36 3.1 R. D. Holmes
RR RIW __ 8.29
-. ------- Road ct He
$ Okeechobee Florida and chobee. State of Florida. to-wit: ,
Tats 17 &; 18. Bl11: 7SOUTILANDS to the land Included in said CHICKS
HEIGHTS list by mail or by telephone Palm Beach All that part of lot 9 lying out nanded

Tract :3 Julia Rowland _____ 1$7EI person during business hours, side of the plan of reclamationof for

of RWl4 of NE1414 31 35 20 J'. Max Scott "...., __ 70.22 fully answered by the office Tues. and Fri. Eagle Bay survey accordingto try J.a&feventa

NE% of NW% of NE'J4O: :1 33 10 W. J'. DempM'7.>._:. ._..:. 150Beg. Tax Collector. plat thereof recorded in Plat
200 ft W of NE cur ,:a.. :.. Okeechobee County Book 1 at page 31 of the public '
of S'4 of NW 4 of NWJ.6. ef '. June 6, 13. 20. 27 records of Okeechobee County. -of the
REWA, ruB W 130 ft. R 030ft s- Florida.
E 180 ft, N 180 ft.
1V M ft. N 110 ft _20 37 M 1V. Carlisle Thomas ___ 8.111 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR The satisfaction of the said exe* tYldlngnd
N 2,1:1 of SEA of SWyI ... '.' \ ;><<.-. .. NINTH JUDICIAL & Supply ution! and the accumulated costs .:,

ot SE% ____ 2l! :37 3.3 6 2/3 Int's Austin 13emis.,.___ 250Ikg AND FOR U S Tires In favor of the assignee and holder t gn

NW eor GoTt lot 4 ., '- ','" COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN SUPPLIES Puroil Product of said Judgment. l: fchobeepration.
run E 510 n to beg thent'e N. O. STEWART.
E 610 It to W bdrT Conntyproperty. CHANCERY.SUIT Adding and Ford Parts-
S to 17. Lake FOR DIVORCE. Machines I done
1f ul. K n degrees 4 5' W 55714fl. LYNWOOD DAVIS Service Okeechobee Countv. Fla. f a ef. .
North to Beg _. M 37 35 14 11. W. nulllt'7 HE. ._. __ lU Plaintiff FOR SALE SEE (May 9, 16, 23, 30. June 6-(6t) Gulf

Lots 10. 11 and 12. Block p '
Z. 1'0\V'ELI4 SUBDIVISION rOkDown __ 1A2 -vs.- OKEECHOBEEMOTOR rnmls*

Lots 1 and 2 ________ 24 Robert E. Stein ?__._..__:,;; 1.:12 Defendant. CO. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Lots 21. :2 and ZJ .__ 45- Jean C. UaUll1ton _____ 1.:2 NOTICE TO APPEARTO -c SALES SERVICE Notice t* hereby given that the undersigned meral

Lot 24 __-- TO liable E. Gammage ....._.... .. 1.2 LOIS G. WILLIAMS FLORIDA POBOX 476- PHONE 44 Tame Statue., pursuant House to BID the MFictitloaa No. 1173. and

DEBERRY GARDENS DLK "5' Unknown. Li'.r. Chapter 20053 Laws of Florida. Act of weret

Lots 3 to 'l tne. _-----1, Wm G. Wallare ___. _:.: 1.32 You are hereby required 041. will register with the Clerk of the
the Circuit Court in aDd for Okcecho-
OKEECBOBEE CITY BLK. pear to the Bill of
bee County, Florida upon receipt of next
Lola 5 & G .....-... __ 23 Frank BoaweU ____-__ 1.68 in the above styled cause on the proof of publication of this notice

Lob JO 11 .............____ 23 Wn1L-WUlIam. ___ _- 1.W fore Monday the 16th day the fictitious name to-wit: liAR- :!
Lola 1 and 2 ____ 24 Josepbtne Caplu.Wis.- 1.32 1947. The same being a Burney"Kelz GRAVES CONTRACTING COMPANY Tt
} : under which I am engaged la business
Lot J3 ____.---:...- M' ,Violet J. BeaaoDer'.__:_,_ ___ 1.32 divorce otherwise the < 10- the City of Okeechobee. Florida. J) this
Lot 10 ___._. _'41 Alberta Howard 1.32 of said bill will be taken as : FormerlyDenmark's C. H. HARGRAVES.

Lob 1 to f tOe ................ U' Emma Dean. Est _.___ 9.16N ed by the said defendant.It Dated In 1947.Okeechobee County Florida, :n one

40 ft of Iota T t. 12 lu :: U Emma Dean. Eat _____________ 2.M is further ordered that lay(May 15tb.lac 23. so. June -(*t) if the 3.

Lot T .........- .-- M E. S. CianI _________ 1.32 der be published once a

Lots :. 11 and 12 _________ ro Ira R. Young __.--_:. 1.:10 four successive weeks in the >min,

Lou 4 and ::5 _._______ 90 E. D. Rose ._____ 132 chobee News, a newspaper Complete Home Outfitters NOTICE OF INTENTION TO tefor

Let f ______ In Inca Drawdy ._.., ______ :t9-& ed in said County and State. SELL LAND i the

tAt 2 ______. ..-----. 11O! Sheridan Phillips ______ 1.32 Dated at Okeechobee. EZELL Pursuant NOTICE to IS Section HEREBY 15 (GIVEN i). Chapter that .. I

Lot G _____ 233 S. I.. lorrlson __ 1.t this the 7th day of May Phone US J. E. Cone &Ixr. XTi8.. Law of Florida. Acts of 1M1.! ,
Lots 1 aDd 2 ..........:..... 2t3 J. C, Rogers "liE". __W.-- 6.26SOVTiI (SEAL) and Section 67 Chapter 14717. Law of '
OKEECD08U BLK. Florida, Acts of 1931 a* amended byAction !

Lot 3 ,,,- IS Marie L. Rhodes _____ 1.32 Mabel Raulerson Clerk Circuit :Florida.11 Act. Chapter of 1941, and 20638.also Laws pursuant of !;lena-

Lot 4 _u......... ._ '19 Roy Drauihton 1.00 By Connie W. to Section 42 Chapter 20722. Laws of he at,
Lot 8.- ____-- 40 Unknown: 1.32SOUTIIW'EST Florida Act of 194L a* amended by
ADDITION" 1, T. W. Conely. Jr.. Section 19. Chapter 22079 Laws of
Okeechobee. Florida Florida. Act of 1943. and Section 44.
Lots It 20. _'_- -_. T 7anlta Crouch' __.__--- 1.:12 Solicitor for Plaintiff. East SidePackage Chapter 2072?, Laws of Florida. Acts of

OKEECHOBU HEIGHTS. 041.. a* amended by Section 21. Chap and.he1 .
Lot 10 .:: 1 Frank. Chandler "IiE" __....._ .3-83 (May 9, 16, 23, 38. June ,6-( STORE tfor 2 22079 Law of Florida. Act of
S -,' ':;'- MS.. the following described laud In
ROYAL OAKS ADDITION Store "keeehobee County, Florida. to-wit: Tin
Lot 8 ___ .......- 2 Alfred Watt noD "nE" 3.:10 NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot 1 to 8 ine. and U & 12. Block
STATE OF FLORIDA TO la Town tineare
: Okeeebobe
Lot 15 Blk 4 Lot E Block
IJmmle Blair ____ 1.32 VIRGINIA: Liquors Wine Cordials of Okeechobee.All .
Lit I ____;;. S
-' You are hereby required to of Block S. City of Okeecfaobee
Beulah TtUman 1.32 written appearance at my 34 except Lot 1. 6, 7 ft 20.
WEIGHT 4 BASS ADDITION Okeechobee Florida on Jane will be offered for sale at public outcry
Lot I = _- 2e Queen Black "HE" ........--. 2.77Lots to the Bill of Complaint la the Swain "EAST OKEECHOBEE for the highest and beat cash bid. 1GbJed boy,
---- '
Walter hIcKenste "HE"M.- 2.77 divorce filed against you by STATE 9AD NO. 8 to the right of the Board of Commissioners -
G I _........ ...D 1.:10: Chesser in the Circuit Court of Everglades Drainage District tine
Lots 11 ud 12 ............: B .Mamie Roberts -- chobee County. Florida. In PHONE 103-1 and/or Board of County Commissioners -
RAILROAD'ADDITION whereof, a decree pro confess of Okeechobee County." Florida.to .
1 f'. J'. Davis -....- --- 132 entered against you. The reject any and all bid, at the Court-
Lot 7 .._ Stereos "lIE" __ t.n News is designated as the houae. beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. U.on Y
Lot 6 __ 2 l.onnle In which this Order will be the 10th day of June 1947. Easement son
lots T a 8 __ 'l Amelia Houston .... 1L.t once a week for four .' Service Sta. for drainage and reclamation and road and
: --- 132 O. K. GARAGE
U S. J. Dull __---- Witness my hand and the seal purposes will be reserved.BOARD .
10 __ .: Court this 20 day of )iay. 1947 Owner Of COMMISSIONERS OF the
Lots 12 ud 13 ....__-.....-- Jessie WbU..burlt --- Clerk Circuit Court. Ok Service DODGE ft PLYMOUTH BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i .
County, Florida. OF OKEECHOBEE
WRIGUrS FIRST ADDITION Eat. 3...-,.. Sumner & Snmner. a Day 'Sale & Service COUNTY FLORIDA. 4
Lots 1 .....:::.......1 Yn. Robert. -- Solicitor for Complainant. By- Mabel Raaleraoa Sheffield.
Loti .. Ink. IS A. R. liars "lIE" ...- -..- 3.:10 Ft. Pierce Florida. BATTERIES 24-fec Wreefcv Bonus Clerk of 00 Circuit Court .fOkeechobeo h
2 3
May 23. 30. June 0. 13-(4t)
County. Florida
__ 1.32 ( .
Lot a ...._._._._,__ __.-_ Bike ..1S Florence Odom TIRES Day' Ph. n fight" Pa.92 or 113 a* agent for said Boards. '
WEIGHTS SECOND ADDITION -GREASING Dunlop Tires & Tubes By Connie W. JRaolers,.- D. CMar :
'A O. K. Roberts. .Tr_ ...... -. 1.32Beg ( 18, 23. 30. June -(4t) '
Lot 1 ... .. ........ OAKS Gen. Electric Appliances
fI9 N of centerSee
22. rue E U2 n. Sia0 Cafe Stoves, Refrigerators Water KOT1CBMay, 14. BIT

n. ft. N 100 ...._... Ul Heaters iKEECHOBEE COUNTY. FLORIDA
1- 33 .1. i' Coaekm.o ,. $ FLA.
It 22 '
........... ,11', ,_ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.-..' > BLf SIX ALDERMAN. Tax C.lWUr.Okecvhobee We Service Them AH pursuant to Section D of Chapter 18286,

Couaty. Fl....... i Laws *f KU rid.. .&4.'t..I 1037, hewn
aa the MURPHY ACT and la p ra-
anN of Chapter 20058: , t pOMB Att. of 1941. known a* the EERoGLADES JonR.
TO APPEAR described land situated
NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE be following Intrith-
THE' STATE OF FLORIDA.- THE STATE OF FLORIDA Golf Station ID Everglades Drainage District, in
TOs ALBERTA POTTER. 083 West TO; ELIZABETH E. LONG jkeechobee County Florida will be
Drive, woodruff Place. Indiana- 473 HERMITAGE ST. Store That Good Gulf Gas. offered for sale at public outcry for irge
polls Indiana: PniLADELPHlA. HOME the highest and beat cash bid. ubjet
You are hereby required to file your are hereby required" to appear atay GULF PRIDE OIL to the right of the Trustees of. the larnal Ted

wrutea appearance at my office iaOkeechobee office ia Okeechobee Florida oa WEST 2 metal Cordials _ ImproTement Fund Dud of the soft
Florida. e. Jniy T. tit1. the 7th day of July. A D. ltn to Bill -piece Board of Commissioners of Everglade '

t* tk BiU of Complaint filed against of Complaint for dlrrc* tiled against Circuit .DM titis**w.t.t de...Jop- ."t ; Drainage District to reJect'.aT and all *
7.a by James W. Petter la th. Circuit i n>u by Walter EL Long ia j Te All Night ALTO'SHOTEL Ida. at the Courthouse, beginning at bee
ol kdtJ There's
Florida Court. In and for Okeechob County I .* U* M
Court of Okeechobee CoantT. 13:410 o'clock A. M. on the 16th dr of
la ....,..u whereof a decree Pre Coa Florida. In default wfcereof' Decree Pro JUST to'* teal for Jane 1947. As to all parcels of laud often :fer10m
<* ...The Coareaso will be entered stalest yes? --.4 .
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Ob<< bee Newa la dealt O&td aji thehewspaper the Okeechobe News is designateda Just press to teat 153 la The Heart Of TownWeekly petroleum aud thre-fo nha et ether
la which thla Order will be the aewspap la which this week Or.wrRa11 forroat" '$ .TO DOME is down mtoerals win be reserved by: Trustees ler.
pnbUshed once a week $oe- tour , aee- iT. weeks. consecutive weeks. i ony for road of way 200
Easements right iwoy
WITNESS, my hand and the Seal ofW Witness my hand and seal at Okee- .... ).r. Ear to feet wide will be reserved by" said Trna-
.. Court this 6th day of JO* A. D. chobee. Florida this 28th day of May. '" com if* _.. tees from say parcel through wakh" ,at
1947.MABEL. .. 1947. A. D. tau*ik. ..., there Is aa existing state road 'and ..
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(heal) clerk Circuit Court : Fla. -- DOME UDSI for road purposes will be reserved
Okeechobee County nortds. Okeechobe, County. BRING YOUR by the Board at Commissioner of BY-
By Connie.IV, *. Raolerson. D.,C Marr SebutmaaAttorney AT erglades: Drainage District:
T. W, Conly. Jr fr Plaintiff. and Description See. .. Twp. _- B--.Ac, to
Box 606. Oke chcb e, m&.. Lot .. Block 2. Wr1 kt'. first Add
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\\\1[ j\ Albuquerque Venture. Is Successful Form SMART AS Youth A FOX Snores 135 FillS .

J; r'7: ;; et Cooperative Provides + v To Win Championship WNU features. iamb .:

: : !Homes at Reasonable Cost ITHACA, N. Y.-Old-timers among the ranks of trapper

may well'take a cue from Huck Spaulding, 18, of South We st .

I erlo, Albany county. Despite his age, Spaulding has sail

135 foxes during the past winter to rank as champ ;f'

By BAUKHAGE trapper of New York for 1946. T:|

f _- Newt Analyst end Commentator. Second place was taken by Robert H. Hark, 18, of Dalt

'. WNU Service,1618 Eye Street.N.W., build houses for themselves might with 51 foxes, and third by George Rathbun, also of Dal
_: '_ ., Washington. D. C. solve the problem for other veter- '" with 28. Both are 4-H club members. Hark also received]

\ (This It lb.ilb of series describing ans. He took this idea to Max Kas- prize for the best prepared pelt. i. -

f'_,> bow American ingenuity is helping lo. who operates the local veterans'referral Winners receive cash awards and '

t"i: t to solve one of Americas biggest problems center. Robinson also medals In the contest for farm youth
d r. f -tbe Gds No. 1 headache-the talked to Virgil Judy local housing sponsored by the State Farm bureau
touting tbortagejWASHINGTON. expediter.
federation and the American Agri-
f .-As congress prepares The idea clicked. Interested vet- L ..- tulturist farm magazine.
4 '- for the home stretch some erans got together; drew up a con-

't' veterans' organizations are promis- stitution and by-laws; filed papers Purpose of the contest Is not AVIATION NOTES
-. that the rent and construction of Incorporation.
f ing lifting Just to kill wild game bat to!

: controls will start such a i1 teach farm boys and girls how AIRPORT CHATTER .
i rash of construction that everybody'shousing Community .
I to control surplus wildlife in '
When the temperature
? dropped te .
problem will be solved. Others Vet
i EnterpriseAs FLYBOYS OF THE FUTURE These Philadelphia youngsters areas where damage Is being 26- degrees J. J. McDonald! Cti
say that would be the knell to any word got around, the Albuquerque listen avidly as Victor J. Fritz Philadelphia youth leader and head of done to poultry and livestock. mere Wash. apple grower., c Ject _
kind housing
of veterans'
1 a program community pitched In to help.A the model aircraft meet for the world air show tells about the minia Another aim Is to encourage In a pilot and his dusting placeTi te

i local architect donated his serv- tures. These youngsters are too young to participate in the model practices among rural youth "blow the frost away" from"the Rep. Jesse Wolcott of Michigan ices on the first house and pledged I plane competition however participation being limited to boys of that wildlife farm chard. The pilot flew just over"tacfL:
1 recognize as a
< who wrote the bill modifying restrictions to provide bhieorints. floor clans. 16 or over.NEWS treetops for several hours until ta fc
passed by subsequent crop which may add Income to
et cetera at special rates for sun rose. The
the house told houses.A the farm business.D. propeller stirring:
I believed the air sent the temperature.up to ::

me that he the veterans concrete block manufacturer REVIEW B. Fales. assistant state 4-H 30 to 31 degrees. Dedication:cgf;;:
furnished the blocks for one dwell- the Iowa, Iowa
club new Fans
wanted not pri- leader reports that an estimated ,
I orltie but ing; a landscaping firm offered to do 2.300 foxes were taken in the airport and an air show are aeht tl";: :

1 houses. His s. bin. the landscaping without charge; an Farm Land Prices Soar state by the youthful trappers dur- uled for May 30. A flight brat
i he thinks will awning company contributed the ; ing the contest year. 7 a. m. Will open the day'stivities. a

make the latter awnings. Second and third places for the which are expected to 4

t possible. Oppo- Other business firms wishedthe Portal Claims OutlawedDentists best-prepared pelt were won by tract* pilots from all parts of the :
I J. J.
Schecter rancher ltal-
t- : nents claim the association well; promisedto Edward Bartlett of rural Lockportand
opposite that sell It materials at reduced Francis Simpson of rural Port Alamosa Cola, utilized a ',
half PORTALS CLOSED sow a section of land. Crested wheat .
two and a prices. But the contributionsand : Jervis.
L. billion dollars reduced don't grass clover and brome grass weit-.
prices applyto Are in Pain Too This the second year of the con-
worth of building any single house. They are to Back Claims Denied sown from a plane flown by N<
applications for be prorated among all houses, Almost six billion dollars in back Pity the poor J.til.sl'fIIhe" be test-far surpassed last ;year's when'CHAMPION Kramer. With recent a
sneaks in behind your teeth with lion of a $16.000 war surplus*,
I Bankhage higher pricedconstruction so that each association memberwill claims for portal-to-portal pay was <
has benefit from the savings.So erased from the books when Presi- that savage.little rill.nJ tries to trainer Augustana college at Sioux ,'.
: been built With unseat the top of your skull. Falls S. D.. Is planning to otters -':
is up as a backlog. re- dent Truman put his signature on
Chances bit hurt. And
strictions chances far the association has the sec- are two-semester course In civil aero> ,; ,.,.,
: pl opponents say congressional legislation designed to his back aches And his legs art
d j for cheap house-building will with ond and third houses almost com- nautics. Five Holstein heiferOpr
go relieve employers as well as the weary. That,at least, it the contention
r the wind. At this writing the senate I pleted; the fourth about half-fin government from such claimsnowand of Northwest university all "expectant mothers" and

{; has not yet said its say. ished. in the future. school of dentistry, which is starting at $11,000 have been shipped value4.J;

;. 11 Meanwhile some veterans are Membership has swelled to 75. Although he opposed the wishesof to teach its student dentists to quay breeders. They "
j getting houses on their own. and because the association feels organized labor and overrode an 'work sitting down---on a specially from Seattle to Milwaukee :

that a new house in Albuquerquemeans appeal for a veto by Secretary of constructed stool and from there by; plane. trtl
Drawing for Homes a vacant house for rent or Labor Schwellenbach the President A standing dentist is of no more in Uruguay bought the cows ;
'' sale eventually the membership advantage to the Patient than a sit- the stipulation that they
r Climaxes emphasized that he was certain thatit
Project tin dentist the school asserts If
isn't limited to just veterans. fore giving birth to their calves. a:.f.t
For example a few weeks ago In was not the intent of congress to dentists can bt brought to a sitting -
;, Albuquerque N. M.. a man put his Association operations are flexible.A nullify past gains made by labor. position, the university believes, 1

'; hand into a hat and pulled out a person may become a member by Explaining his reasons for signing their professional -will be extended Dodge City, Kas., fabled cattle_,>; ,
1: house. It happened on a bright sun- buying one share of stock for $100. the bill he said "Businessmen by five,years town of the early days and site;'..'

;' ny Sunday when the New Mexico 1. Housing Cooperative association le may buy more than one share of full production and price reduce FARM LAND modernity at its recent 75th anniversary ;. -
;, held a drawing for the first house stock if he wishes. although he Is not tions. This will be of real value to : celebration. An air

i; completed under its new building permitted more than one vote. labor and management in a con- Prices' Go Up t show featuring everything from -

: program. Each member buys his own lot tinued high level of employment"At stunt flying to dummy bombing, .
L and has the privilege of 'selecting the same time he repeated his Continuing the steady trend upward provided a modern touch to the .
There were 58 members of the
$' the design of his own house. However plea to business for lower prices begun early in the war farm colorful old time celebration.
housing association who had a the house cannot be and requested congress'to take immediate real estate prices are nearing a lev- Pilots from
big- Colorado
I any
chance to move into that first house el double" the average for the 1935- .. .. .. ,
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i \ -the 58 ger than 1,200 square feet (around steps to Increase'the statutory :: and Kansas gathered for the
people who were paid-up 39 the U.: S.
period, a by
I I: members. average size), and construction must minimum wage from 40 to at survey TRAPPER event.
They gathered the
meet FHA standards and building least 65 cents an hour. bureau of agricultural economics *
-. sandy lot where .the house stands. shows. :' Outfoxes foxes
r' There more"than 200 code requirements. Members can STANDARD RISKSOf
counting were sweethearts wives persons.kids have the co-op build for them or TOO MUCH SMOKE: During the year ending March 1, an estimated 1,500 foxes ,were 100 life Insurance companies]
they may merely purchase the ma- farm real estate prices rose 12 per caught Fales reports. All three
and friends, attending the drawing.The Can't See Stars surveyed by Institute of Life Insurance
cent for the whole.
terials through the organization. country as a state winners also trapped more than "

lot Is on Arvada avenue in All labor Is paid for but memberscan The nation's capital city Is getting That figure is compared with a 13 the previous high winner, who ac- nection for with. jcurrent aviation practices two-thirds In co !
northeast risk
Albuquerque. You can reduce the cost of their housesby just too smoky, dusty and crowdedfor per cent rise for the corresponding counted for 21 animals.
see the desert from there and the period In 1945. 11 cent In 1945 accept as standard risks without!
p working on their own or otherhousei the U. S. naval observatory per' Spaulding. Hark and Rathbun will limitations ;
purple mountains rising In, the under construction. If which is getting ready to move to a and 15 per cent In 1944. Fiftysixper be guests at special activities on the applicants who contemn
a air
distance. The house is'a single. travel on U. S. scheduled;
cent of the recorded sales In
more sylvan neighborhood. Cornell .
plumber working full time campus.School
: on
transports in the
;. story bungalow of Spanish ityle with other Jobs spends Saturdays doing Because big cities radiate heat the past year were for all cash it sphere. western
a low-pitched roof
like so many of plumbing work on one of the cooper- which Is bad for delicate astronomical was revealed in the survey. .
the homes in the
see Southwest.
ative houses he will be given creditat Instruments, the new locationfor Constructs
i, It is made of concrete block cov- the standard plumbers' forth the world-famous observatory OUTMODED DEFENSE: M. Harding James of Binghamton -
ered with white stucco. pay N. Y., likes to hot
hours he works. Quite a few must be no nearer than 25 milestoany Houses To Assure fly-
Rockets Far AheadEverimproving he
believes In
The drawing was a gala affair. members have done this but mostof metropolitan area. Officials keeping a
g The people, dressed In their them are men with office jobs, estimate that it will take about rocket weapons Getting'' Teachers promise to his wife. When he

Sunday best. perched on,, the anxious to pitch in and get the eight years to find a site put up the already have rendered obsolete the flew from BInghamton to Toronto -
: piles of lumber or aat on the houses built. When they work on necessary buildings and install best anti-aircraft guns of the armyand eRA WFORDSVILLE, ARK. he kept one foot on the earth
f r" hoods of automobiles to watch .. the project they are assigned as equipment. navy, Paul W. Martin an ord- Plagued by a shortage of school all the way. The earth was la
the association's In addition to the nance expert has asserted. teachers resulting from a lack- of a small box.
president M. laborers and receive credit at la- providing nation a e .
I 1 E. Holly, place the 58 slips of borers' pay. There are a few unaccustomed with the world's most accurate The.big strides made in develop. housing accommodations Crawfordsvine's -,

paper In his hat. Assistant City blisters and callouses. time checks the observatory warns ment of rapid.-firing automatic. school board finally solved BETTER TRAVELERS '.

Manager Arthur Staton drew but they enjoy the novelty, and. the radio Industry of sun spot activ- radar-directed guns have' been far the problem-by building a seven- Babies are better air travelers '.
I the first name-Dnwmrd E Lee. houses are going up fast. ity puts out almanacs supplies outstripped by atomic "energy and family apartment. than grown-ups according to Pa

There were whistles and shouts data on tides phases of the moon guided missiles he'-satd. The board received several "no American World Airways steward'

of congratulation. By coincidence. and sunsets and sunrises and figures Three Important features of a housing-no job" responses to its of- esses. ,

n i :: It happened that Lee had been the out calendars. good defense were cited: A long- fers of employment; other teachers Babies they claim seldom get airsick _

.i I_I first man to put up his money to buy range detection* system; a defensive resigned because they couldn't find or restless. They sleep peacefully --|
J. stock when the association was or- i ; FLU STOPPER: rocket to Intercept the enemy missile a place to live. If housing was the or play near their seats. Stock .
; and destruction trouble board members decided, of baby foods and kit with --
ganized. Real poetic Justice that he of the enemy a baby
New Mold
.0" Tested'A
l C should get the first house. : ..:;:..fJII .'. .- missile at a safe distance. then they would build houses. comic books rattles and games keep;
r, The ..:; ,' possible cure, for influenza may Now the seven-family apartment them happy. Some toddlers even 2..
drawing continued. All 57 :": ..: ':.,' be forthcoming from a newly discovered conveniently located across the have crossed the Atlantic unaccom-.' S:
The remaining name drawn numbers second were was drawn.to .. .f' i5f green and black soil mold I Record SlaughterA f street from the school has been panted. ='

the second house completed get according to an announcement by opened for inspection 'of teachers. Difficulties do arise occasionally, .$ ?
third name drawn went the third the Society of American Bacteriolo new record for slaughtering of The apartments are new and mod- the stewardesses admit. On a recent r ,
house and so on. :' gists. cattle and calves was set during ern and, best of alt rentals are trip "emergencies" exceeded:; :

t Soon each association member iIi So far. although there are pre- April in ,all federally Inspected as low as $25 a month. the emergency supply of diapers. > .
ventive vaccines for flu, no specificcure In the One small traveler debarked ;
would have a house similar to the plants country. Hog killings The new apartment is a school wearr -
Lee's-a comfortable five-room bungalow has been developed. Not yet were lower however reports the board job from start to finish. When lug the plane's fanciest dish toweL

with hardwood floors steel- tested on humans the mold Is saidto department of agriculture. contractors refused to handle the a a Y.f:
have shown a curative effect on Cattle killed reached the all-time
casement windows and an attached project except on a cost-phis basis
garage. Lee said he couldn't pos chicken embryos and mice with in- high during April of 1203.137 head, the board hired its own building supervisor "':,0f:..

sibly have bought the place If it fluenza. compared' with 714.860 for the same carpenters bricklayers, v x.. 4 n
hadn't been for the co-op. It 'cost There is one hitch however. The month a year ago. Calves slaughtered masons and other laborers. The

him $8,350. 'complete with lot mold-bearing earth according to the numbered 678440. comparedwith board bought all materials throughthe
The New Mexico Housing Cooper M. E. Holly, president of the two scientists who made the discovery 445.049 in April 1949. school. The finished buildingcost

ative association developed from the Albuquerque, N. &L, Housing Co- was one of numerous samples Hogs killed dropped from 3,857- about $5Q,000. which board

ideaof Veteran Paul Robinson a tall operative association' reads the which came to them from allover 972 to 3,615,746 and sheep declined members figure is a saving of about

rawboned engineering graduate of name of the lucky veteran who the world. Just where that from 1.735,882 last April to 1,326,589this $8.000 to $10,000 over a con-
will occupy the first house con particular bit of dirt came from year lowest since 1939 the de- tractor's cost.
structed by the organization. they do not know. partment reports.an MASS PRODUCTION Dramatic .
The school board
rejected bar
new aviation Use
Remember York
I ? racks and boarding-house
type build- methods, patterned after the'Detro1t "
I L. Coryell of Lincoln Neb., ings "because congeniality does not type .which once before : -
couldn't believe a two-bedroom seem to exist where a large groupof changed the nation's form 01 ...';:
bungalow could be provided for adults is forced to live together." transportation have resulted la

veterans for only 5250. To him Money for the project came partly peak production at the Stinson ."
goes a copy of the third story In from the revolving loan fund of division of Consolidated Ynltee ;
this series-how they did it In Income and Output Hit PeakWASHINGTON. the Arkansas department of education Aircraft corporation In Wayne

York. Pa. partly from the' school board Mich. A. new production record

cash. Even with low rentals the ef 316 mulU-porpose personal airplanes

the Colorado School of Mines. When Although both annual rate of 209000000000. Increase of 3000000.000 over the board figures the building will pay like the craft shovro above
itself In 20 to 25
Robinson returned from a several- the national and the national This said the department approximated fourth quarter of 1948the.depart for years. was set dorb* April.

"year tour of duty with the navy, he turn-out of services and finished the peak recorded in the ment said.Income S a *

couldn't find a home in Albuquerque. goods rose to record peaks duringthe second quarter of ,1945 when huge payments to iniivMualj Application on Towel SMALL AIRPORT GAINS

first three months of the year, quantities of war material were being 1'Oeby $3.500.000,000 to an annual Progress design and-manufacture '

;'Finally he bought a lot. designed there Is evidence the boom is slackening produced. rate of 177000000000. Wages and Indicates Clean Job may be relied upon to reduce

i- and personally supervised construction it Is pointed out in a com- Also it topped the fourth quarterof salaries accounted -for the largest "CLDTTON. IOWA.-To production costs. Improve performance -

of-a two-bedroom house. When merce-department report. 1948 by 4300000000. principally partial the gain. $2.600.000,000. fan that he Intends to do assure officials and decrease noise of small
,, he had finished he found he hacpent Since the Income and productionare because of Increased consumer annual rate. If appointed. "a cleanJob" aircraft It was 'brought out at the

/ OOO (making allowance measured In terms of money. spending but nevertheless repre Relief and social security payments Clinton Ralph M. Prim national personal aircraft meeting of -
'for a salary for himself) for a house higher prices and higher ''wages seated "the smallest quarterly gain and veterans' allotments also mer. for contractor filed his application the Society Automotive Engineers'in '
appointment '
that compared favorably with what were In part responsible for the since the bottom of the reconversion were up''by $600.000.000, reversing supervisor on a paper towel.as Primsuer county Beech Wlch1Ka... To reduce cost;/. :

"' i was 'costing other Albuqerque vet- showing. decline was reached In the first their downtrend through 194 Dividends Is an applicant for Aircraft' representative rec- -
: era f rtcat$7.000 in the open mar The "gross national product" de.fined quarter of I940. interest and net rents of land. In the supervisorial post which a vacancy omrnended-that costs be considered' "

>- as "total output of final goods National Income reached a record lords were down 500000000. N occur In June His application filed willet manufacture during .the design stage and that 0. .

kat.Robi s1 thought a veterans cooperative and services the economy at market total In the first! quarter of Oils'year Income of business owner-operatort, with the co nt7. auditor, was written of planes be cooidJDated ,'
t through__ which men could prices." was advanced to an at the annual rate of$180,500,000.000 was 'tzp,$2OO. .ooo. in pencil. departments.by engineering- and produrtioa

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Y.'r P:: Volcanoes have been a dominant 'factor in shaping the DEPARTMENTMISCELLANEOUS f fishIsu'ln- '\ !4

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Three of the major volcanic, exhibits of California, Oregonand

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with a new set of recipes. After (Serves 1) cident of September 19, 1931 when In a Series 30. 1914 a series western hemlock are a'distinguished SI.-ib.8-oz.or $1.50.larger 18-01.quantities.$2.75; big Postpaid savings with on !Id.lg :

you have decided on the different W cap chilled milk Japanese troops attacked the ChI- of erup- feature particularly attractive check or money order: C-O.D.s accepted. !!

types of cool refreshments you will 2 nese garrison of the. Manchurian tions contin- I to eastern and midwestern ADDRESS LABORATORY. DIVISION. IlL "I
tablespoons chocolate syrup a. D. CAMPBELL CO. B ekell 89 :!t
serve, see that you have all the in- H cup carbonated water city. ued until February 1921. Most visitors. nandUon

gredients on hand set they can be Chocolate or vanilla Ice cream spectacular in the sevenyearlongseries e "f

whipped together at a moment's no Add milk to syrup slowly stirring were the 1915 eruptions which ALL THREE of these parks are For Your Future BuyU. done: i

were accompanied by extensive almost as popular during the win- et: '
tice.Cool constantly Pour into tall glasses. S. Savings Bonds t
drinks fall in several cate- flows of hot lava. These createdthe .
Add carbonated water and stir well ter as In summer. All of them have Gulf
gories. You should have several "devastated area." which still heavy snowfall and all have
enough to mix. Add ice cream and very --- J8.- I
recipes which are really nutritiousfor serve at once.RECIPES a1 ranks as one of the park's points open slopes that offer the skier every
the youngsters when they come e e .-,-, -- of principal interest to tourists. variety of skiing experience which t
in from play. Then, too, you should WITH their main ingre .-- i The great cone of Lassen peak extends Into late spring and even DO9Si1OWflas. Lend i

have another set of recipes that are dient as fruit juice or a combinationof ,x- vx rises 10.543 feet above sea leveL As early summer. Roads are kept open and, -t f

tasty as well as nice to serve guests them are given here. These come in the "devastated area" the Cinder in each park to permit winter sports 6-t Ilata4,c.\tNtJ9hborhood lultoriqwa ere 'J j

who may drop in afternoon or eve under the guest beverage classiflca- Cone which was last active enthusiasts to reach them althoughthe l

ning. tion but also may be served the T' about 100 years ago, and its imme- : expense of plowing out the roads nest.

Cool drinks win be more of a suc- family when you want to give thema diate surroundings are almost whol- after every snowstorm is.rather high. P ",'f
if 1 served in frosty -" ..
cess they are special treatCranberry ly devoid of vegetation. S
looking decorative glasses. And Underground fires have been active
IN LASSEN Volcanic National
don't forget the appeal of tinted ice Pineapple Ale. in this region for a long time f'
park there are public accommodations [
cubes. Use harmless food color if (Slakes 8 cups) and they have exerted their powerin
near Manzanita lake close to
you like or freeze bits of cherries 1 pint cranberry Juice a variety of ways. This is suggested F
the northwest entrance: of the park. the L
other fruit or mint sprigs with them. 2$4 cups pineapple Juice: by Bumpas Hell a colorful t"-
At Crater similar accommodations
For iced tea or coffee freeze the 1% cups ginger ale hot springs area; Boiling Springs situated within short- miD:
are a
beverage itself into cubes so that Cracked Ice lake; Red Cinder Cone; Crater nor
distance of the rim. At :Mount Rain-
the drink will not be too diluted butte. and theprivately owned sul-
Combine fruit Juices: with gingerale. ier they are found at Longmlre, l V the
when served. Add ice and well chilled. phur works which: lies within the j
serve about 2,750 feet above sea level; at
I park.
HERE ARE several nutritious Frosted Ginger Ale. :. Paradise valley 5,55TSeet elevation mwadeither
MOTHER FOR 1947 Mrs. Lu-
and at Ohanapecosh hot springs in
drinks which will make a big hit (Makes 6J4 glasses) AT CRATER LAKE National park.
eWe wife of G.L and
Herman a the southeast corner of the park.
with the children. % cup light corn syrup mother of a 5-month-old daughter, In southern Oregon on the crest of Public campgrounds for which no 1aat;

Egg- and r Julep. K cup sugar who was chosen "Pin-up Mother the Cascade range is presented the fee is charged, are to be found at a Pet-
1 hot water spectacle of a lake of deepest blue A fellowanybody'd
cup in contest : :
(Serves 10) for 1947' conducted lathe number of points in each of these .
5 whole cloves Bronx. There were more than In the crater of Mount Mazama. an be proud to own-lively
3 eggs beaten 1 stick cinnamon extinct volcano. Many geologists and well-nourished on Gro-Pup
600 candidates. in most the other national
% cop sugar f: teaspoon allspice have concluded that the basin occu- of Ribbon These crisp, toasted ribbon and

J4 ,teaspoon saltS }i teaspoon nutmeg pied by the lake which has neither parks. National Park service pro- give him every vitamin and mineral heir

cups orange Juice, strained 14 cups orange Juice Inlet or outlet resulted from col- vides staffs of ranger-naturalists dogs are known to need.Economical rga

H cup lemon- juice- strained 1 cup grapefruit Juice lapse of the volcanic care of the ancient whose Job it is to help the visitor -one box supplies as much food by tfnjrSour

Crushed Ice 3tt cups ginger ale peak. gain a better understanding of the dry weight as five 1-lb. ecru of dog
plant 'and animal life of the parks
Club soda Ice The lake is supplied with water by food Gro-Pup also comes in Meal
and of the geological phenomenafound and in P4 Elk. Feed all three.I1iTh1i1 .
Blend eggs, sugar,and' salt. Add Boil together syrup sugar and rainfall and snowfall as well as by in them.
until which is blown into it from are
fruit Juices.: Shake or beat water for 5 minutes. Add spices snow
the sugar is dissolved. Pour over and let stand 1% the rim. Collapse of the mountain's Dogs qg lit bob

finely cracked ice and glasses % hours. Strain summit did not mean the end of its tine

fulL Add club soda slowly. Serve V' through severalthicknesses volcanic activity; Wizard island asymmetrical GRD-PUP:

promptly 9 of cinder cone was
.. cheesecloth. Add formed later and rises "780 feet above : arg. rose
Chocolate Banana Milk Shake. rsons
surface of the lake. Covering 'an
(Serves 6 to I) fruit Juices and I
) chin. Just before area of 20 square miles. Crater lakes p

4 sieved large, ripe-, bananas serving add ginger [ 6 miles across; it has a shore line .p eH.e.r.es-.
4 cups milk miles and the multi-colored
ale and pour into ice fined of 20 .
H cup chocolate. -flavored- malt cliffs of the crater's rim rise 500 to
glasses. l
drink 2,000 feet above it. The park contains aY
Orange Lime Flea }a
lee 160,290 acres. ;
(Serves 4) ?8Aqsafletz_
Press the bananas through a e e .
sieve then combine{thenT;:with the 2 cups orange Juice .P HIGHEST OF ALL volcanic peaks'of rii MIIII tcits ui run ir

milk and chocolate flavored -malt H cup granulated sugar the western United States Is :. RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

drink. Use a shaker or tightly cov- 12 sprigs mint # Mount Rainier 14,408 feet in elevation -

ered Jar. Add Ice.: Shake well and 4 tablespoons lime Juice which is the central and dominant
.. carbonated water TURN PROFESSIONAL Pauline -
serve at .. cups feature of Mount Rainier Na- MNEiLS '
once. 'ECan
Ice Beta, Los Angeles, left shakes tional park. Although It has long
Mint-Chocolate Frost. hands with Mrs. Sarah MAGIC
Heat 1 cup of orange Juice to the PaUreyCook been dormant steam still Issues rr
(Serves 4)' boiling point. Add"sugar and mint New York City, as they start from vents on its' summit and'several REMEDY

H cup cocoa i which has been chopped. Cool cov- professional tour. They were both hot springs are found nearby at .
former U. S. amateur tennis champions. BRINGS 61ES3ED Rft'
% corn syrup and add named Ohanapecoshhot
cup er. Strain remaining picturesquely
I ;:R.ith.
1 cup bet water orange Juice and lime Juice.: Just springs. I.g X501|

1 teaspoon vanilla tH .. before serving add carbonated water'and From the lofty central cone RIVER OF ICE NisquaOy MiTitt isi tni is iiittiti I
teaspoon mint extract ice. glacier flows down the south side flaunts lilt IHKJ m It Ul n m H tt rftt I :
: radiates the greatest single-peak |.itq alt CI. to. jieitiimit .?ititii|
1 quart milk glacier system in the United of Mount Rainier, focal point In gat
!4 teaspoon salt Ambrosia. Mount Rainier National park in
States, with 26 active rivers of '
H pint vanilla Ice cream (Makes 6 quarts) Ice. On of these the Emraons. Washington. t r

Combine cocoa and syrup. Add 4 cups apricot nectar which starts from the'summit of Safe-Odorless-Stainlefs i! Rey

hot water, stir well and eooL Addremaining 4 caps orange Juice Ice and snow fields. Is 5Ji miles Realistic ActingOGDEN

ingredients 1 K cops lemon Juice la length, the longest glacier direr

and beatwith H cup lime Juice In the United States. Most of UTAIL-La Moine Wall t

egg beater 1 cup powdered sugar a S+ them extend far below the timberllne. 15. was rehearsing for a school tom
until wen blended. ,C quarts carbonated water \ a play, the script calling for him to be ROACH SPRAY y.

Serve in tall Ice John Mulr who perhaps did as "knocked out" in a fight. He didn't A SURf QO/CK K i- i7two..

glasses. Additional Combine Juices and sugar and stir $ much as any one person to further: get up when the rehearsal ended. 0.I ...at v..D..lw..W.IS.
scoops of Ice until latter is dissolved Just before r the spread of the national,park idea, He had bumped his'head a little too sansei uq CMMICo\I. co..**.I-Ie a,.. teatafter.

cream may beused serving add the carbonated water 4? considered the wildflower fields of hard when he fen to the floor First

on top to I and pour over Ice. Mount Rainier the finest he had ever aid treatment brought_ him: around. WNU 14 2241GIRLS r -

give the effect-of ,a soda I Released Western Newspaper Colon. -

LYNN SAYS I To cut hard-cooked eggs readily: i I Jtmimols Are Tors' for Deaf Woman; try this! WOMEN If you'reNEAVOUS! }; and are 1.0"J

knife -
sharp --
use a fine wire or' a
for Better Cooking dipped in Never wash berriesmtn'Just before : .
i to Mrs. visitors. When at the door
proved no great handicap someone
from sticking.
tuned keep the. yolk .. -
they are : wash Jo the her To cut meats for salad,, use a pairof ....... Violet Gooding. for she has Inky, a presses a button a red light comes t'ilti4--

I 1 Juice ries before in strawberries hulls: The kitchen shears In place of a knife. eat,, and Impy. a dog to serve as on in the living room. If Mrs Good-' 0.CERTAIN WY Of... -
You wOl be able to work much her *>araTheamazing,-; ing doesnt notice"It Imp'or Inky Do female functloa.i monthly disturb-
best way to wash them is to Coat ; thing about the two do-and notify their mistress. Impy ea weak: e J015 led aarrotts.trritabi*.
them in a of water and lift more quickly. NAVY NURSE-HEAD aptNellie and und eu -st coca times 11
Bacon should be placed In the Jane Dcwitt Susquehaona anJma1s' is that they have been awakens Mrs. Gooding every morning Then dO try Lydia c. FUbU&S V c*> -
out until
gently. Repeat the process beforethe unit is heated. trained In fhe universal sign language = by patting"the bed covers.. t .bl* Compound to reBer such symptoms. -
skillet who has been 'as
Fa- appointed
the water remains clear Ira/Mum tfelsl Taken rein
off the fat'as of the deaL There are no Mrsv Gooding, who lives alone is (or ,
pouring: be
slowly, laxly **
Oranges and lemons win squeeze Cook the first director of the new navy Plnkham",ckaupOand:
accumulates.. spoken commands in Mrs. Goodings self-supporting working: for the State build tip h ataace apauc mob d1s'tress.
more easily if they are j rolled pinfeathers from'fowl. nurse corps. She will serve four home. Her hands do the command-, School for the Deaf and Blind here Also a great stoinirsrtn inlet i 3"f. ; .
To remove Her big problem will be, -
against the table"until they are years. ...
tweezers'is very satisfactory. IDe. Her husband died In 137. lTIiA! ln f.
lightly soft. If theyare too hardto a pair of- .. to secure mere nurses. f

& -ron heat them slightly.- ft'

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; ___ 'TH OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday,-June.6,1947. .

GENE TULFORD SUFFERS you can borrow an amount up to W. P. Hargrave* has returned.tohis I

McGregor Smith New Fish Bill as PAINFUL LEG INJURY 9 4'per cent of the ash value. The home In Clearwater after t

charged on loan spending a week herewith his f
Local and Personal WHEN BULL USES HORNS interest you your
will be 4 per cent parents. Mr. and Mrs. W B. Har '
f Passed This
Says FPL, to Pace By Gene Tulford was painfully Injured Q. My claim for disability compensation graves. V

last week while working In based on. an ailment incurred '!

Fltr tla's Growth Rev.the and first Mrs.of this E. M.week C.for Dunklinleft West House and SenateA the cattle pans, when he was hook- while I was a prisoner of steel j
LOST-Set of keys on eta
Now it is ,
ed in the thigh by a bull. war has been disallowed.
; Palm Beach where they are spend- Reward will be paid for their re{ .
Although the injury was not getting worse and I would like to
Ing the week before returning to BILL
critical Gene had a close call thru know what I can do to get compensation turn to the Florida Power ;*
; A jump in its statewide expansion their' home in Palatka.Mr. TO BE ENTITLEDAN Office. 1
ACT AMENDING SEC the loss of blood and is in a weak. ? Light Company
program from $27,500,000 to
C. H. Holcomb and TION 372.83 FLORIDA STAT. ened condition as a result. He will l
.: 185.000,000 to pace Florida's growth : and A. The VA will give special
UTES. 1941. PROVIDING PEN. be forced to remain in bed his
:Miss Jean left Sundayfor at
;. during the next five years was announced daughter, ALTIES FOR THE VIOLA consideration to disability claims Mr. and Mrs. S. B. MeDougsid
home for time.Veterans .
'. by McGregor Smith of Jacksonville and placers in So. TION OF AND RULES AND) some filed by veterans Interned In en. and R. G. Dynes were rlaitorV

'1 Miami, president of Florida Power Georgia where they are spending REGULATIONS. OF, THE emy prison camps. You should get spending last Friday at Melbourne..
4 i ft Light Company.At this week. GAME AND FRESH WATER In touch with your nearest VA of 1
Melbourne last Friday for the SAID SECTION Corner fice and have your case reopened.Q. i 1

municipal celebration marking the Garrett Swindle arrived home SHALL NOT APPLY TO I am going to college under Frank Reeves returned to his

completion of Melbourne' new here last Friday from DeLand FISH IN LAKE OKEECHOBEE the Ol Bill but am dissatisfiedwith home In Okeechobee last nldit#

"tJt million dollar causeway over the where he attended school at the AND THAT PART OF Can a veteran going to college the school and would like to from Gainesville where: he attend.
during the past THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER under the GI Bill change schools?
Indian river to the beach, the utll. Stetson University NORTH OF THE VOLUSIA know If I can transfer to another ed school during the past term :.t
What Is the interest rate on loan
firm executive said term.
Uy's surveys BAR. INCLUDING DOCTOR'S college? i
Indicate the territory served by his I. LAKE. DUN TOS CREEK AND on converted NSLI policies? Where
Al Raulerson has returned to his can I make NSLI premium A. Yes under VA regulations eons
company wil have a population of. THAT PART OF LAKE CRES. my Bennie Gene Burdeshaw,
1150.000 in 1951, compared with home here for the summer vacation CENT WIITHIN PUTNAM payments? you may change your school, but Mrs. Paul Burdeshaw spent the
after attending school at Stetson COUNTY: DECLARING THAT Here are the answers to those
about 820,000 today. CERTAIN LAWS ARE NOT I you must have the approval of the past week In Ft. Pierce visiting bfs
at DeLand the past
University and other questions which veterans -
"The $85,000.000 expansion proi
REPEALED BY THIS ACT; VA in advance. sister Beth. :;
gram." Smith said, "will give the term. AND PROVIDING' THE EF i regularly ask Veterans Admin >'.; I

company an electric generating FECTIVE DATE HERREOF.BE istration contact representatives:
capacity of 470,000 kilowatts, more Miss Sadie Sanders, who is em IT ENACTED BY,THE LEG. Q. When is the deadline for : J
ployed In Miami was visitor spending ISLATURE OF THE STATE OF reinstating NSLI term policies
than 300 per cent increase over
the past week-end here with FLORIDA: without a physical examination?
1939 of 150,000 kilo
the capacity SECTON 1. That section 372.83.
watts." Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr. Florida Statutes, 1941 is amendedto A. Until August 1, NSLI term

The multimillion dollar pro lead as follows: policies may be reinstated by

gram, he said, will include the ad Mrs. A. J. Rich of Battibridge, Penalties for violation of rules signing a comparative health state'

dition of an 18,000 kilowatt generator Sa-, and Mrs. Robert' Frye and son emulations and orders relating to ment and paying two monthly SHOESPECIALONE
visitors'spendng game and fresh water fish; except
of Tallahassee'-were; .
to the Sanford plant a 44,000 ing certain wafer from operation.Any premiums.Q. r .

kilowatt generator to the Miami the past.week.eDd., here as the person violating any rule, At what rate of interest canI ,."-.or--.......-..-_-..->F_-.....-..-...",._-.-or.....
plant, both to be in operation this guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Shef- regulation or order of the game: borrow on a converted NSLI pol
86,000 kilowatt plantto field. Mrs. Rich is the mother of and fresh water fish commission icy?
year, a new LOT
be located south of Miami on Ir. ,Sheffield: adopted pursuant to section 30. are A. After your converted policy I'i LADIES
tide IV, of the constitution of this
which construction will start In has been in force by payment of I
state that this chapter, elating to :
1948, and a 44,000 kilowatt plantto 10R SALE-White Ice Box; price premiums for one year or longer PLAY SHOES.VALUEST0$4.95Pr.SPECIAL.
restoration con.
Box 113, Okeechobee, the management .
be built In 1950 at a location yet $15.00. servation and regulation of the

: to be determined. Generators for Florida. birds. game, fur-bearing animals
been and fresh water fish reptiles and
these plants have already ordered
these FOR SALE-Home baked Cakes &: amphibians In the fresh waters of
4 to assure delivery by decorated for all occasions.Mrs. this state shall be guilty of a mi AT
dates. Hundreds of miles of country $1-98
i ,- Gladys Clay, Clay's Tour- demeanor.
: i and city distribution ines, connecting Provided, nothing herein may be
f transmission lines newfrdhstations 1st Famp. construed as providing a penalty

1 and other equipment FOR SALE-Four lots with new relating to fish In or taken from .
the waters of Lake Okeechobee or
distribute this huge
i necessary to A variety of
house and garage. the waters of the St. Johns river
;' 11 amount 6f power for uSe are also fruit, flowers, and vegetables.J. .- from the Atlantic ocean south to ,1':;;_'

i 1 Included in the program. J. Dann, Box 775, Okeechobee the Volusia bar using beacon sevnty.three .
r Pointing to the development as a dividing: line including t, '
.l It which has followed causeway conjtiuction Doctor's Lake. Dunn'screek SEE OUR WINDOWS:
and that part of Lake Crewcent
l k in other communities on Returning home Sunday after lying within Putnam County, .

:, I both coasts. Smith told Melbourn- eing confined to the Arcadia Hosital Irrespective of the tenor or effectof :, ti -
l i eites that their new causeway In following an operation, F. such rule, order or regulation. MERCHANDISEWE ".

;' I creased even industrial possibilities F.: Burr is reported as recovering Provided, further, nothing here I

of the area."American :avorably at his home here. in may be construed as modifying. 1 ARE RECEIVING '
business leaders." he altering or repealing sections 371.- DAILY. {
i 19 to 371.29, both Inclusive. of the '
i said, "have learned ,by experience Digest Of Recent Florida Statutes 1941 but said
f work best where they'rehappiest "
that men statute shall remain in full force T:

;'> i that efficiency is greater and. effect notwithstanding this
TheAttorney 3
:' J where living conditions are better Opinions By law

and employer-employee relations SECTION 2. All laws in con.
; 1 are smoother when the family and GeneralThere flict herewith are repealed exceptas Raulerson Dept Store"We
herein provided.
i children of employees are enjoyinga .
SECTION 3. This act shall
i. healthy,normal American way of is no law in Florida which take effect immediately upon its CAR

.. life. Your new causeway, bringing lays a county judge must be a becoming a Jaw.INDUSTRIAL Feed and Clothe The Family"Phone

;your ocean'beaches within a few 'awyer, according to Attorney Gen .

minutes of your downtown section, ral J. Tom Watson in an opiniono INSURANCE CO. 11ik..v and !

emphasizes these things. Governor Caldwell. The inquiry BECOMES "LIFE OF GEORGIA" 10

"And to keep ahead of the needsof related to the county judge's posit.

this growing state and to stimu 'on in Madison county, where.t Ve/4'ej', .
Industrial Life &: Health Insur. I Okeechobee Floridaf
late its growth 'a.Te the objectivesof vas contemplated that a layman ,

:< our $85.000,000 expansion pro. might be appointed to the post.A ance Company of Atlanta, Georgia, HerVs a real time av-
-in which Floridians own more than
gram. er. Whenever your car

At the community fish fry, person who has mov\d to 90,000,000 worth of life insurance needs a lubrication

sponsored by the Melbourne Cham- Florida with the intention of making changed its name on June 1 to

ber of Commerce. 2,500 pounds offish this state his home is eligible Life Insurance Company of Geor- oil change tire or battery
The has 317 policy' service |just give us a call.
were served to ran estimated for appointment as a notary pub. gia. company

i t-!! crowd of 3.000 visitors who were tic without regard to how long he holders in Okeechobee City and We'll come over for your Phone 2496 Floor Consultants Box No. 277

A present far the combined Memorial has been In the state. This view vicinity. Agency representative in car do the lob and

Day celebration and causeway dedication of the law was given by Attorney this territory is Salter R. Watford. bring It back to youl ,Exclusive Floor Maintenance Specialistssoaruritc

t.. : t'",*ff! General J. Tom Watson to Comptroller Management and agency force

f,' Clarence M. Gay, who had remain unchanged and the com
.l r- 1 NOTICE '- asked if a person, who has just arrived pang carries forward the more
than $418,900,000 worth of life in
in the state after resident in
r 'Horses lmmu-I -' aga5
L Jog staggers last year are protected promptly and without delay 3 e ap 11 states, it was announced. The '

': against it this year but not pointed a notary public. company greatly broadened Its ac

Y' ; against ,the crazy type or which The attorney general pointed out Ivitlea in 1945 by offering straight i

i there are only three places In Okee. that he had beard that an alien cannot life contracts for large sums on an

: ,; chobee County that have It. be notary public, and also that annual premium basis in additionto PAUL ROBBINS PRODUCTS & SERVICE

Type A and B only protects one year's residence or any other the traditional weekly payment Distributor of

against sleeping staggers. Type C time, was not a prerequisite to appointment ([Industrial) insurance which it ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and VERO BEACH, FLORIDA.

., protects against crazy staggers for as a notary.A has provided for millions of per. ATLANTIC PETROLEUM

i. a little over one year.' sons in the South since the company PRODUCTS.

i. E. D. HARRIS, D. V. M. game warden cannot seize a was organized In 1891. Phone 118 Okeechobee, Fla.

boat or motor used by someone ar. PITTSBURGHPLASTIC
Haynes Williams arrived at his .
i rested for breaking the. fish laws
:,,- home here Tuesday night from .
Attorney General J. Tom Watson
f Gainesville where he attended TILE
i has ruled. In an opinion to County II :
school at the University of Florida
Judge O. P. Johnson of Osceola $
during the past term. 9 county he stated that although the

law provides for seizure and forfeiture andALUMINUM
Sunsan Hancock daughter of ANNOUNCINGi..uuawuuwnwwtuw
of the net. trap or fishing
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hancock, re.
device in the case of conviction of
turned home Saturday from Jackaonville -
violating the fish laws the boator '
after spending the past TILE
motor used by the fisherman is ....._ ,
school term in Jackson ltigb.a. __111111I> "" -( ." ,
: not a fishing device, and therefore, FOR
cannot be taken.TallahasseeA.
a.. Mr. and Mrs. I* P. Mercer were THE OPENING OF A

visitors spending the week-end in
f Lakeland where they went to visit person teaching RADIATOR REPAIR SERVICEIn
re.education of the muscles must
r Mr. Merceafs brother C. A. Mercer,
: pay the ordinary occupational II'
=: who is a patient in the Lakeland cense tax but whether the practice the Building Occupied by the OkeechobeeShoe ASPHALT. TILE. ,

F Memorial' Hospital.Mrs. comes under any existing regulatory Shop. FOR YOUR FLOORS>

board of the state but it will
;: W. D. Shine left Wednesday
Palm be up to some such board to deter We Have a Complete Radiator Repair Service
afternoon for West Beach after mine that for themselves.

{: ; spending the past week here Attorney General J. Tom Watson f And Can Repair Your Radiator For Sanding and
,'.' ; with ,her mother, Mrs. John Dun- thus replied to Comptroller Clar )

u ,canftonv'?> ence Gay with regard to those who CARS TRUCKS and TRACTORS FOR YOUR }WOOD FLOORS r:
treat muscular conditions due to

s liegular.. services will be at theM paralysis fractures dislocations I PRICES '''REASONABLE and
ibodist>-church and other injuries. The work of:
Sunday morningIn R
eh***"Of the laymen, while the Sister Kenny would come under ALL WORK GUARANTEED RUGS CLEANED :

-ReT.W.R.: }Howell Is attending this work classification as well as .

eonfereaceat St. Petersburg. all other who assist paralyticS to t NICHOLS RADIATOR SERVICE '
: -- ,,",,- regain some use of their muscles.

'.; _.-w"tf', The. question of whether this is CALL

'MPJt: ) anti returned to,i itl massage or one of the branches of J. A.-Nichols Prop. or WRITE

r'h TSatarday from Jack- medicine would have to be determ- ,

.. ... spent several ined 'bthe boards' themselves. i

;. concluded the attorney eneraL -' .>. ,,: -' ..."';;. ;' i -t"'t;;.: -- '. '. -' ," .

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