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 13, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Volume 33 No. 4 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 13,1947 ;


I f I Florida Power & Another Activity Wartime Coming Mary SchulmanRetllrned Dorothy Robert Chapman Thomas Were and Representative Hendry Returned to I

I I. Renew Labor 'To A Close Married SaturdayMiss
Lic Home Okeehofcee After Passing Important

Another wartime activity is comIng I

I 11. ContractMIAMI to a close with the announce. From TallahasseeMary the bride Dorothy of Robert Chapman Thomas became in a Fish Bills And Other Legislation

ment this week that the Emergency quiet
wedding ceremony at the Independent !
i .r Maternity Infant Care program
Missionary Baptist
na. June 10-A renewal 11 In the process of "closing its Schulman, church Representative W. J. Hendry
County Prote. Saturday afternoon at six BAPTIST MISSIONARY CIRCLE
of a labor contract with the Inter books. It is financed by the Child eating returned to hit home here Friday
Attorney for Okeechobee o'clock.
} pastor Rrr. M. It!. HOLD SHOWERThe
l' t I national Brotherhood of Electrical en'i Bureau and administrated by bounty, returned to her home here Martin, performed the ceremony. night from Tallahassee where he
; t Workers the barganing unit foremployees the State Board of Health. Saturday from Tallahassee where The bride is the only daughter Baptist Missionary Circle has spent the'put sixty days at.

I 1 in the company's operating Only those women who are preg- she spent the pas tsixty days at- offMr. and Mrs. O. J. Chapman, met at the home of Mrs. A. N. Bowen tending the Florida Legislature as
department was announced nant or, who become pregnant be. tending: the 1941 the Representative from Okeecho
session of the while Mr. Thomas is. the son of Tuesday, June 10. The ladies
here today by McGregor Smith. fore July 1 will be eligible for theprenata.1. Florida Legislature. bee County. Mrs. Hendry and son.
Mrs. Dolly Thomas both of Okee sewed for the Red Cross and had a
i I president of the Florida Power and follow who the last two weeks
&: delivery up While In Tallahassee Billy spent
t she took avery chobee. They will make their shower for the kitchen ,at the
I \ Light Company,., The contract u_ care offered to wives of servicemenIn active In there returned with him.
part the fight for the home here. church. A covered dish luncheonwas
;J tends to April 30, 1948. the four lowest pay grades. passage of the fish bills to open: enjoyed by all present In discussing the session of the \

, i Base pay raises averaging approximately Benefits of the program include Lake Okeechobee to Commercial MISS CULBRETH. LOCAL GIRL Those attending this meetingwere Legislature Mr. Hendry stated

I 13 per cent retroactive medical and hospital 'care for ex- fishing and the other fish law. that GRADUATES WITH HONORS : Mrs. S. J. Davis, Mrs. E. J. that many bills were passed that
I to May 3rd of this year, are pro pectant mothers and medical hos- were passed. FROM DE LAND HIGH Wilson Mrs. C. R. Bibb Mrs. G. C. would benefit Okeechobee County
t Tided by the contract. pital and nursing care in additionto Durrence Mrs. Flaudie Register and the state as a whole. The most

Similar pay raises for other non- welLbaby supervision for their CROZIER CIRCLE MEET AT On Thursday June 5, Miss Virginia Mrs. G. L. Burke, Mrs. C. D. Har. important one as far as. this section ....
I supenrisory employees not covered infants for a year. HOME OF MRS. NATHAN Lee Culbreth daughter of Mr. : den. Mrs. J. E. Cone Mrs. R. E. i&concerned was the Fish Bill "

s 1 by contract are being made effec. However with the discharge of ZELMONOVITZ and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth of this Hamrick, sr. and Mrs. A. N. Bow- which enables the commercial fish '-"
tine back to May 3rd. great numbers of servicemen, applications city and grand-daughter of Mrs. en hostesses. ermen to again seine for fish In l
Base pay raises for both groupsof for this service have The Crozier Circle met Tuesday Lula Culbreth of De Land graduated Lake Okeechobee. 1

employees are state-wide and been steadily decreasing. Therefore afternoon at the home of'Mrs. Nathan from De Land High School in OMAR SAYS IT SNOWED IN Aside from the fish bill Mr. Hen. ,- i

: ", I total about $700,000.00 per year, Congress has ordered the dis. Zelmenovitz.: Those attend the Auditorium. Miss Culbreth re. MINNESOTA AND HE IS GLAD dry voted for and supported all .i
I I affecting about 90 per cent of the continuance of the plan. ing this meeting were Mrs. D. R. ceived her first nine years school- TO START BACK TO THE U. S. bills sponsored by the Slate Cattle i
i I company's employees Now as the slow process of wind- McNeill Mrs. John McNeill Mrs. Ing in Okeechobee and has attended men's Association. He passed a :

ing up the program gets underway Roy>> Draughon Mrs H. H. Rauier De Land for the past three We are in receipt of a card from local bill taking Okeechobee Conn. j:!
d Ladies' Auxiliary To only those expectant mothers who son, Mrs. O. L. Hunt and Mrs. R. E. years. Omar Hunt sent from Rochester ty out of the Evergades Drainage ,-4''
f are already "booked" for care- Link. Refreshments of ice cream District and thereby saving the tax '..
V. F. W. Is Instituted She graduated with the highest Minn., in which he says it snowed
o II I those who are pregnant and who and cake were enjoyed by all. Scholastic average In a class of 101. there last week but that he is look- payers of this county the additional. ,,

:' i! The Okeechobee V. F. W. Ladies have not as yet made application For this she received the Scholar: Ing for some Florida sunshine next taxes that go/with that dIstrict. He -i

f: Auxiliary of Memorial Post No. for care-and those whose preg- Digest Of Recent ship Cup and one years scholarshipto week. supported all school! legislaion and I
'- I! 8195 was instituted Monday>> night nancy occurs any time betweennow Stetson University, De Land. Public Health bills. He voted for 1

II s June 9th. 8 o'clock at the Woman's and July 1-are eligible. It Florida. She also received the D. Spending the day in Orlando and supported the compulsory Labor .. f F

,: II Club. The meeting was opened by was pointed out that application Opinions ByTheAttorney A. R. award. Tuesday attending Church Conference Arbitration bill which prevents .

f P the ninth district president, Mrs. may be made by eligibles after Miss Culbreth was valedictorianof were Mrs. Harry Frisk Laura strikes in Public Utilities of the

x i 11 Martha F. Weisenberger. of Porter July 1.These. GeneralThe her class and gave the farewell Maye Campbell Marjorie Lofton State.
f Z Ii: Rauierson Auxiliary Post No. 2007, expectant mothers may address at .Commencement Ex Carol Domer Iris Conrad :Mary He introduced a law providing
!! West Palm Beach. assisted by her place themselves under the care ercises. Other honors that she has Ellen Wright and Vernon Wright. for one cent a pound on bream and ..
Installing officers. of any licensed physician in the newly passed bill to put all held during her High School course crappie caught in Lake Okeechobee t #

Following the institution cere- State and make arrangements for hospitals in Florida under the regulation are: She has been member of the Arriving home from college last which goes to the Conservation .1

:. money the elective officers were confinement In any,approved hoe. of the state board of health. Growler Staff (a high school pa- Saturday morning to spend a short Department for work to be done _

Installed: President Mrs. Lila Hoi. pital. Local health departments Jf they receive federal aid meets per) for the past three years and vacation before returning to FSUto on the Lake. It is due to his ef. ; t
F comb;* ,Sr.. VIce-Pr aIdent. Miss will be glad to give aid in making the requirements of the federalact. was editor during "her senior, year. attend summer school Were the forts that the bill creating the Gulf

,: Sarah Minehan; Junior VJce-Pree. such arrangements. Attorney General J. Tom Wat- For the past few months she has Misses .Alvyna Sweatt and Lillian States Marine Fisheries

ident Mrs. Lillian Travis; Chap- Beginning with the inception of son has advised. The bill was written a column for The Volusia Walker. sion was passed. CommLt'I'I
r! Jain. Mrs. Ada Hancock: Treasurer this plan four years ago, throughthe amended in the senate to exclude Mirror" a local De Land paper. In addition to the above

Mrs. Ruth Minehan Conductress. end of May, the State Board of from the act those private hospitals, During her.junior and senior year Harry Paul Greenberger arrived law Mr. Hendry
Mrs. Ethel Rigsbee: Chard Mrs. Health's Bureau of Maternal and denominational hospitals and nurs she was a member of the National home from college last Saturday passed such local bills as were -:
ii Rosa Epperson; 'Trustees,, Mrs. Ida Child Health1 ''has authorIzed'care lug homes not receiving federal Honor Society Student Council and morning and returned to Gainesville necessary to the operation of the .'1

4? Elsenman and Mrs. Josephine for 26.000 mothers and infants. At assistance. The federal act re- Di Gamma society. Along dram. Thursday where he will at. county government for the next '; .-'>.',t

... .....omel;","appolntiTe:'ttJI!cdrsjnfistJed' the end of February: :, this'.Yeay'19.' : quires only that hospitals' which atc lines' Miss: ,Culbreib has cc- tend_ summer. school. ,two years." {
were; Secretary, Mlsa"Nette'Pea.r1! 000 t rnlty'C es had been" completed shall have received federal aid shall Starred in two plays: "Footloose" Thills the fourth consecutive

Rlgsbee, color bearers Mrs Josephine and more>> than 1,200 Infants be under minimum standards of during, her senior year and "Shiny J. EX Cone will leave today for term thai: fae has represented this

Boromel and Mrs. Sadie received attention. maintenance and operation, in this Nose" during her Junior>> year. She Fomsyth. Ga. -where he goes to county In,,.the legislature.
Chandler. Less than 2,000 active or open state to be set by the state boardof was voted "Most Likely to Succeed"by I bring his eon, Everett jr., and his During;this term he baa been one

After the installation short talks cases remained the first of this health. her classmates, and held the daughter, Evelyn home. They have of the outstanding members of the ;

were given by Commander Harvey month., Honor of being in the Court in the spent the past three weeks visiting Lower House and has been promln.

b t Local V. F. W.. Post No. 8195; The legislature has "plenary" May Day Exercises.In relatives there.Likely ently mentioned, as candidate for
President Mrs. Martha F. Weisen At. powers over cities and towns in addition to 'her high school Senator from this district in the

a berger. .and Mrs. A. M. Gillies of Cornzapoppin Florida subject only to the constitution studies she has been a student of elections to be held next year.So
Porter Rauierson Auxiliary, Post and can provide the way in Music at Stetson University. After To Be Less far Mr. Hendry has not made

2007 West Palm Beach treasurer Hi-School Audit.. which they may annex territory attending modeling school in Mia. a definite statement as to whetherhe

'1- Mrs. Alice Simpson of Lake'' Worth the Hillsborougb county lawmakerswere ml this summer she will return to Demand For would be a candidate far senator

Auxiliary Post No. 3588 and press Fri. Sat. Mites advised by Attorney GeneralJ. De Land and enter Stetson as aprela.w SugarAs but is expected to make one at
{ Tom Watson.He the proper time.
dent. Mrs. Lila Holcomb. Local V.
Auxiliary pointed out., In response to Ban Is RemovedMany
F. W. Post No. 8195. Tuneful choruses, gay costum,
Mrs. -Martha an inquiry from them that under Once Mr. and Mrs C. H. Holcomb and
F. Weisenberger singing, dancing and plenty of we dispised hamburger
; then presented Mrs. Lila Holcomb comedy will be featured when the the special act of the city of Tam sandwiches and looked anon themas daughter Jean returned to their
pa the legislature can prescribe food only for bums and fellows home here Saturday from Georgia
with checks given by six different people will be glad to
curtain rises the
on for it to annex who were compelled to live cheap where last week T1i1t1n&-
territory, either by i they spent
auxiliaries for the purpose of pur. hilarious comedy show that is being y-at two-bits each these days the that sugar rationing has <
14 chasing flags for the local auxili sponsored jointly by the V. F. an election of all the voters in both inmburgher has grown to be food been removed -as of midnight on relatives and friends.
the old and new territory or bye I
for the gods.,
: W. and the American Legion, at th i this Wednesday- night and now you
; ary.It was decided the meetingswould Hi-School Auditorium tonight and separate elections in each either I can get all the sugar you have the Mr. and Mrs. Willie Norris are

) ; be held the first Friday in Saturday night June 13 14. Two of which must carry by two-thirds I The only material change we money to pay for. Of course the the proud parents of a baby boy,
have noted during or since the war
!! each month o'clock vote. control still and rat Charles Leroy born Friday June
at eight at thWoman's e big nights of real entertainment. price hangs
with Germany is that-no longerdo
fj' Club. II tles and so long as that continues 6, at Ft. Pierce Hospital
we have the pleasure of lunch.
After this Impressive ceremony yon will still be paying double
[ Russia. is falling into the footsteps lug on limburgher cheese.
WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD : Mayor and Mrs. H. H. Rauierson
j f delicious refreshments were enjoyed price for your sugar-but what do
by all present. HOLDS ITS JUNE MEETINGThe of Ireland-but Instead of you care, you have so much money and sons and Mrs. McKinnon, and
the sweepstakes of Erin Russia is
Ann Davis who Is the
: you must have some outlet for It visiting
t Wesleyan Service Guild of conducting a national lottery in order We have heard certain folks talk Ranlersons
last in
It's all right to find fault with Many folks will have ration spent Sunday _
1 t to raise a little more to of bills being put through the legis-
j the weather but that's about all the Methodist church held its June money stamps to throw away and yet West Palm Beach.Methodist.
l meeting at the home of Mrs. Rae add to what the U. S. will be send lature as a '"drastic measure"-If
the privlledge you have. there are many empty sugar bowlson
ing her all along. that word is as tough as it soundswe
; I Boettger, on Tuesday evening. Due dining tables these days.
f do not want to be a member of C .rchConference
to iralny weather and Illness, the We may consider ourselves alowy .

; PerilieHvntGets attendance was email, but regular The ladies love to work at a the legislature. coming back to the stage of a

routine business was conducted by man's job these days and we are free people once again when we Mows

: t Her Bachelor of the president. Mrs. Melba Louthan, always trying to think of somethingnice Since prohibition took the imagination see these marks of domineering _
the program being in charge of for them to take upraiL of being removed from our presence.TWO -
out whiskey we hear
Miss Kathryn Sweatt. road section job might furnish the .
; no more from fellows who once
Arts Degree The Guild is selling the GotU- appeal they are looking for. were proud to tell of the time theyshot HUNDRED SEVENTY ONE
halk metal sponge at ten centsNch. TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES
an elephant lion or a tiger in
} and anyone who has ever ISSUED DURING MAY At the Florida Methodist: Con
:Miss Perilie various parts of the everglades.
r TALLAHASSEE used one of these sponges know of If you knew that you had to live ference last week the Rev W. R.

Hunt of Okeechobee: received a their superiority. They can be ob_ an eternity here on earth would The State Department of Education Howell was assigned the appointment -

'Bachelor of Arts degree in education rained from any member of the you feel glad? Dodging autos and Those "hard to get" articles are Issued during the month of at Ft. Meade, Fla: He, with

Monday morning when 291 Guild. bill collectors for the next hundred now appearing more regularly on May 271 teaching certificates ac his family left for the new chargeon

graduates were awarded diplomasat Those attending were Mrs. Paul thousand years wouldn't be anything the market and at greatly reduced cording to figures released this Thursday after having served -

commencement exercises held at Burdeshaw Mrs. Melba Louthan, to.go slaphappy over. prices. We wonder where the little week by State_ School Snpt Colin in Jthe Okeechobee Methodist so

Florida State University. Mrs. M. Roe Mrs. C. R. Boyle devils were hiding all through the English. faithfully the past five yearn Re.

Dean- Charles E. McAllister of and, Miss Kathryn Sweatt. FOR SALE-Wood bedstead; cot war? English said that the department placing Rev. Howell in Okeechobee
Cathedral of St. John the Evan issued 132 graduate, 11 undergraduate will-be'the Rev H T. Standlfer
springs mattress
gelist of Spokane. Washington. delivered ; innerspring If we are as worried over the and 93 who recommended from
Since there are no shells to fit 15500 complete-John H. Jones, 35 provisional tempor.ary comes well
t 'I" the commencement address, them to be had at any price we at rear Church of God Parrotavenue. t condition of our own country so certificates: ; 79 requests for cerbtiticates the church In Auburndale.: Rev
much as we are over the condition
'' :'- and President Doak S. Campbell find it an easy matter to baythe all (lip) over other eountries-we must came from out of state .Standifer win bring his family,
conferred the degrees.Tha diplomas revolvers of certain calibre youmay l the most worried people on earth. residents. which consists of Ids wife and two
..bore both the names Florida State want. Certificates Issued during April children and take ctp residence at -
College for Women and FloridaState LOST-Small billfold In AAP Grocery A scientist and inventor over In totaled 165 representing a, statewide 'the parsonage on ThUJ'Bdayafter- -

t University. Store. Monday morning. Germany now claims that he Is increase of 106 for this month. noon. -
Miss Hunt was a member of the Never complain neter squawk Drivers license and four checkstram enabled to build an auto without 'Englteh said that 1 resident of The women of the church are
never gripe. never boast: never '
'fY. Freshmen Flunkies a service group brag and when you are dead you Markham Brothers payableto gears-that's nothing new we bandrinn Okeechobee received teaching err. working'and planning in order to
composed of freshmen and a member 1I"oudt"Djoy- hearing what the good me. Reward for return t o ears without any gears and tlfkate this month; as follows: have everything in readiness and
j of'the College Choir while at. folks here on earth will have to UP Grocery without everything else except gas Graduate Certificate- Carl T. as pleasant aa possible"for the
Store.Oluff .
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4, Miami,! WNU service 1616 Eye Street N.W., Moscow. This university teachesthe
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{,} WASHINGTON. was one ofthose -
!i At Ml strange, foggy nights that countries. Over the years It

" ; runicilaomplet sometimes descend over the east- has trained and returned to the

; ( ern part of America-not like a United States an estimated 800

j million London smoky fog. nor the clean disloyal Americans. They are

Indian: white stuff that rolls in like giant the leaven af'.some 50,000 Communists

Sty's o breakers so artistically against Yer- and 100,000 pinkos in

ba Buena in San Francisco bay. our land; they are the high officers
;- indicatesompat t nor yet like the mists on the rice- of a secret army now beIng ;-

fields, nor the clammy North Atlan- drilled to overthrow our government -
1,150,01about ( tic "weather" that drips over and social order."

J crow's-nest and quarterdeck, turn- Wood describes the super-secret .
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Th ing chip and sky into cold wet surroundings of the school and what TYRO THESPIANS Roanoke island youngsters, some ef wham ._]

cram| THE MASTER CARVER The elements, at work since the beginningof drizzling steel. happens to Russians who get curious'about have never seen a stage play in their young lives, try out for parts ::. '
"tpinpacapacJ time have carved this gigantic trough in the Grand Canyon of The point is that I was strandedIn it (Siberia or the firing squad) in Paul Green's "The Lost Colony" aa outdoor spectacle staged! ",

Colorado river. One of nature's most spectacular sights, the canyon York Pa., (mentioned recentlyin and goes on to describe'the hush- annually in a waterside amphitheater on the North Carolina islsad. 'f;;

Is 297 miles in length a mile deep and at some places 18 miles wide.NATURE'S these columnsfor hush atmosphere into which, a student More than 52,000 persons saw the symphonic drama last year ia,.,';-Nits
than} its hospitality is inducted: postwar revival. ; !
the 1 J'Si to veterans). It "With matriculation each student ,
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wattsgran. : was simply hope- takes a revolutionary or party name
f.TIi MASTERPIECES ; > less to try to inch by which he will be known in Com-
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along through the munist circles and outside activities.
Aldanov in The Fifth Seal'
condensed milk Mark
: dltlf Erosion Carves Stupendous I that enveloped tells of a party worker who had
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I Spectacles in CanyonsWNU telry there so we According to Wood the school hasa
pye f fto edged up to it. three-year course devoted primarily

; Features. were decanted to intensive indoctrination.But Economists Decry Slunm ;

,,,:1'i From the beginning of time, wind and water have com- and. sure enough. there are also courses in labor
19 bined to carve the earth's surface in a small section of north- met no less a activities, party organization and <
/ ,' ern Arizona and southern Utah into three of the most stupen- person than Jun- propaganda as well as military tac- POSTAL RATES; : fits w
f un = ius Wood lolling tics and weapons. through forcing higher wart- __
dous spectacles in the world the Grand of Colorado Go <
canyon Baukhace May UpA levels. Twice
f in the lounge.Of When the student returns to his that many unorgao.; ;: :::
4 tlides. river, Zion canyon of Virgin river and the great horseshoe- course, you are likely to meet own country, says Wood "he must measure embodying the first ized workers have not shared to aav*'0:

; shaped amphitheater known as Bryce canyon. Junius Wood anywhere, on an atoll join trade unions or liberal societies general revision of postal rates equal extent in the wage Increases,,;?:?:' ,,;'

: da; Each area in this scenic triumvirate is now a national park in the Pacific, tapping his pipe into :attend all meetings, pay dues since 1879 which would add about A number of industries, able: ;;..'

i i tip and as such belongs to the people of the United States. These the 'crater of Mount Vesuvius, ford- promptly be eager for work, unite 110 million dollars a year to post control prices, have driven fiera*- .&:

parKS may oe counted among ine
nCi: incomparable jewels in the national big, the Weeping Rock and finally in Grand Central or sipping vodkain organization is blindly following the in the house representatives.. have been held down by govern:- .
itl'nH .treasure-to be enjoyed by us today the Temple of Sinawa. the Kremlin. So it wasn't strangeto party line in which he (the student) The bill provides for a'30 per cent meat controls. ->= '.

and to be held in trust f 01 the benefitof find him in York Pa. is so well grounded." 'increase in parcel post' rates and The main reason that farm ai. ::.
at generations of Americans yet to This mystical amphitheater is As I write these lines, I have just Wood points out that Moscow does would revise the air mail rate from food product prices soared after the.. '

come. Grand Canyon National park completely surrounded by stone left Mr. Wood (at the National Press not consider revolution imminent in five to six cents an ounce. In war was that there was littlifeise.*. s- .

;.' in northern Arizona Is the largest of with rock walls. The level floor is green club this time). He. informed me :this country. addition, the new plan would add the consumer could purchase.!!? :' ":""

) the thre'e trees and in early summer' that some of the former -"students" But he claims they are preparingfor about 30 per cent a year to present with production making fl anne-: _. :

parks, con bright with blossoms. In the centerof about whom he writes in the article the psychological moment scales for second-class mailing of back the previously scarce radi :
the circle
f t National Parks taining 645,- stand two large Stone quoted below testified recently before "and these peaceful preparations goon newspapers and periodicals sent out- refrigerators automob2esjndjion

tt tf 000 acres. the pillars.altar The larger one is called a congressional committee. for years through capable party side the county in which they are are competing for tie E9asom.-
iof and
I et;.. Fifth Zion NationalIn the smaller one is Rep. Karl Mundt of South Dakota 'members burrowed into trade un* published. er's money. '

f I' a Series park in Utah known as the pulpit. The visitor read Wood's article into the Con- 'ions, public offices, the police force Another provision would maintainthe Federal reserve board ecinoniati-,.
instinctively listens
is second In the sermon gressional Record, thus.making it a liberal clubs and other sources of current three-cent local and non. say that farm prices are expcttd Fy -
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size with 9<- for the sacrifice. The early "public document." information." When the time comes local rate for first class mail beyondthe to stabilize about 25 per cent uder ;-

000 acres and Bryce Canyon National pioneers, deeply religious Mor- (Today a lady who signs herself to attack a city "the needed knowl- July 1 deadline when those rates the 1946 peaks. They also -'

1 park, also in Utah is the smallest mons solemnity, were of so impressed by the "Just Mary" writes me saying thatI edge of where to attack to paralyze were slated to revert to the former confidence that they can exptUIC 1ba.: :: .
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with 36,000 acres. In 1946 more than scene that they should pretend Fm a "nice ole it will be at hand-even such factsas two-cent level. brakes on any further inflation if?: -
named the ;
t.l' 825.000 people visited these canyon. "Little. Zion. Beagle hound" and 'keep that the knowledge that a watchmanhas The new rates wouia go into effect congress provides the necessary: | _
i' Grand canyon is 297 parkst': beezer" of mine "pointed down the a dog will have been recorded." 60 days after the bill is passed assistance.'c, ,

: length a mile deep and THESE THREE national parksare middle of the road." She claims I "According to the time scheduleof and signed by the President.

i places 18 miles wide. Mighty moun- readily accessible by paved have the "darndest habit of the Communists" says Wood, "a GIANTS DEATH wEnd

t tains, rising thousands of feet from highways, but the roads on the north "schroochin over to the right." I city like Chicago could be capturedin READJUSTMENT:

the depths of the gorge, are'dwarfed side of Grandt canyon are closed by hope the following won't hurt her less than 48 hours." No DepressionNot : of an. Era?

by the enormous proportions of this .snow from October 15 to May 15. feelings.) Despite these frightening a depression but a price "re- The battleship Oklahoma first of

t titanic trough. From the rim of Accommodations of all types, in- Here are the quotes from the words. Wood says this in con- adjustment" is in store for the the so-called *'super-dreadnaughU.."*

the, canyon the visitor may lookdown cluding hotels lodges cabin camps Wood story which originally appeared clusion: "The Soviet schools for United States the federal reserve might well be recorded In history
on the summits of these moud- and cafeterias are found on the in the April issue of "Na- foreigners are not too alarming board has predicted. as an accurate symbol of the-era

4i tains. Wave on wave they reachto south rim of Grand canyon. Lodges tion's Business! under the title' of. when they are stripped of mystery Reserve board economists during which it ploughed the seas

the horizon, garnet purple topa#. and cabin camps also are availableat "Trained to Raise Hell in America. It would be well to know that heartening news explained by for the U. S. navy-heroic but futile.

J like 'a stormy sea' on fire. And a the north rim and in both Zion Background I know was gatheredby their 800-odd American alumni pointing out that a downtrend in In her 31 years of steel-clad uhf=

thousand feet down real storm and Bryce. Free campsites for Wood while he was reportingfrom also their instructors and ,what prices is "necessary healthy and ,once' she never fired a shot at sa

clouds may lash these mountains, motorists bringing their own equip- Russia and I was bending'overa secret plotting is behind the formal inevitable." The inconsistencies in enemy.

lightning may sparkle and thund ment are maintained in all of the copy desk in the old Chicago Daily handshakes over 'a confer- the national, economy, which have

may reverberate from wall to wall, parks by National Park servIce News office whither Junius directedhis ence table -or the clink of cocktail arisen out of the fact that our econ- during

while above the sun shines in a Excellent paved highways within daily dispatches: glasses at a banquet board.It omy is part rigged and part free and on December 7, 1941 five Japa-

lJ't cloudless 'sky.. the parks make it possible for all 'Attention! ambitious young also will help when they know will have to be eliminated.For nese torpedoes sent the sturdy old

t(. travelers, without physical exertion, men and women," says Wood. that we know-an interesting instance:' About 14 million or- ship lunging to the bottom of Pearl
BRYCE CANYON presents a to see many of the principal wonders "A well-established and liberal- long-range job for our state. department Harbor before her crew could man
;! sharp contrast to Grand canyon. of each park. For hardier per- ally endowed university offers and FBL" the euns.

:tl Here the visitor enters a fairyland sons, there are miles of foot trails, you free courses in factory sabotage End of quotation. These wordsare Raised to the surface and then

: y. of pink white red and lemon yellow and the,adventurously inclined may bomb making, kidnaping, the author's'. and the views expressed I abandoned as not worth salvaging

a land of minarets and towers explore more distantly on horse- train wrecking, bank rbbbery, not necessarily those of your i the Oklahoma was consigned to the
't' a land of castles and cathedral back. It is possible to cross on fomenting armed mutiny-and columnist. But Junius Wood is a J scrap heap and taken in tow for the

domeS; a dreamland of goblins ana foot, by mule or horse from the other techniques of violence and source'"hitherto reliable" and I'of- ,last long voyage across the Pacific.

I grotesque shapes. There are 30 south rim to the north rim of Grand treason. Scholarships cover all fer him for what his report is worth. Suddenly 540 mlles northeast of

miles of pink cliffs carved and sculpf canyon, but this trip and all trips expenses. Including recreationand He assured me today that his Pearl Harbor the tragic battleship -
'.} ". tured.. j down into the canyon should be tak- annual vacations at summer sources are "old grads" not necessarily listed heavily as if tired ot war and

1 The main amphitheater three en only by persons in excellent phys- resorts. This university Is the .Leningrad and Stalingrad its aftermath, and slipped into the
miles long and about two miles ical condition.In West Point of world revolutionthe I but real alumni of this somewhat- sea three miles deep at that point

'r wide: is crammed with fantastic figures each park rangernaturalistsgive International Lenin school in too-progressive school. for her final escape from the era cf

and kaleidoscopic color. Trails frequent talks, and in the eve- violence that had been her lifespan.
f *
.t lead to such places as Sunrise nings they conduct entertaining pro-

!i Point. Fairy Castle Queens Garden: grams around the campfires. I I END THE WAR:

Peek-a-boo Canyon, and Silent City. War-ravagedNationsNeedFood
>. Students RiotDemonstrating
A few weeks ago a physician said A new package, same price, de-
violently in
IN SHARP contrast Zion open
: ) .itAGAIN canyon is like a vast cathedral. The that the British people were starving livered, contains 17 yards of cotton defiance of Chiang Kai-shek's orderto

':.,.:-'' dome of heaven seems to rest on to death on their present rations. .goods, needles thread, thimble scissors quiet down, thousands of university
We know what has been happen and thread. And how they want students in
Its sheer stone walls. Considered by several Chinese cities
-:.' ing these past weeks in Germany. cotton goods! Clothes are still not fortified their
many people the most satisfying of demand that tb*
far 1
;\ Other European countries in available.
are no civil war be ended
all national parks Zion by the Immediately by
better position some worse. Here are the countries to which calling for
splendor of its scene invariably a general strike.
I have seen what being too hun you can send the cotton package:
Declaring that
r commands silence from all who en- the student
( gry does. I have seen it in the Unit- Austria Belgium Czechoslovakia riots
were Instigated
ter. Approaching by Mount Carmel by Communists -
ed States army, .on shipboard and Finland.. France Greece Italy Hungary
highway the first view is from they would be
1 amOng foreign peoples. It does Netherlands. Norway Poland. quelled forcibly If
the wall of the canyon through windows necessary. Th
something to your brain that justcan't Romania and Germany (all zones students
in tha highway tunnel. From reacted with further
be explained in terms of everyday except Russian). .. This Is the and pi"rade
south the visitor enters violence in
the along Shanghai Nan
easy American language.The The food packages can be sent to Japanese version of "Joe Col king and
the course of Virgin river passing American people will do their all the above, plus England. Wales lege." In the Nippon capital the About Peiping.
between the huge rock masses called part collectively to help the rest Scotland and northern Ireland. smart college lads like to look like 25,000 students were on

ij ije f. the East and the West Temples. of the world over this ugly gulch. You'll help Uncle Sam's food something out of the poorhouse. their strike from 18 universities, with
Once Inside these the demands including
I gates everything:
: traveler stands in a level valley partly because we are decent people problem too, if you send a packageto This student wears a tattered suit from'a better system aggrading
whose address know and
partly because we don't want someone you sloppy cap and lets his hair pers to higher
enclosed' by almost perpendicular that "something strange" to happen in these countries you CARE. grow long. lowances government living al*
walls which rise more than and an end to the war.
to their brains which will make
half a mile above him. Side
them the prey of any evil political
canyons cut these walls into tremendous influence which exists. EXPORTS MUST CONTINUE
blocks which rise
The American people, individually,
from a blood red base, changing
can help in another way. Theycansend
to reddish brown and two thirds :1'
some food to the people whose
.IIP. to gleaming white tinted addresses they know and
they can Food
and reds. Outlook j
with buffs grays do it efficiently cheaply quickly Is Critical
As the visitor proceeds along this through an institution called CARE.

I monumental valley he passes the VERITABLE FAIRYLAND C-A-R-E stands for Cooperative
4 Sentinel the Mountain of the Sun Fantastic figures and kaleidoscopIc for American Remittances to Eu WASHINGTON.-Because of for- eign agricultural: relations said. war."

.theCourt of the Patriarchs the color prevail in Bryce. Canyon eign crop losses the world food situation The gloomy picture was presented The
lame situation .
will remain critical for the as the was reported -
"Whit* Throne Angels Land. National in Utah. administration
It is a was for
non-profit Institution rice with the
2947-48 crop year, according to a the midst of an all-out effort to surplus producing'areas _i
-' which..has the blessingof warning'issued by the departmentof additional supplies to both send of southeastern Asia still net _'
the United States Germany In full
v ii government. production.
.r OM ,Fr* of 'Lost Colonists' Unearthed I Through CARE you can send .agriculture. Although an Increased and France to avoid a crisis that Finance '<
"" packages well 'packed,' containing output among the principal could force reduced rations throughout will be a major problem .
t. producing nations is foreseen this most of in agricultural trade In 1947-43 the .
northern ;
-Iw.S INGTON. Recent archeo- Three exploratory trenches have carefully chosen food of the kind Europe. .
i. gain will be offset by declines ingrain Officials abroad railed department said. With the tempo: :::
i- 1 e patios 'at the tradi.t1ona1 been excavated at the fort site. Visible most needed and other materials at failure
.4c. pe :,,ae or'libe fort of Sir Walter in each trench was the profile of which there is a tragic lack.A production in nations which of the German government to push rary; wartime expedients of lei :
._ colonistswithin normally import part of their food properly internal food lease and United Nations Relief and
= tNt the ditch or moat of the fort approximately $10 food package delivers 40.963 collection.
:J1a.leItI'1. historic site calories. .requirements. and charged German Rehabilitation administration out.of: _
: ,.(aational 10 feet broad 'and 5H (The minimum ration in producers
:Fort : x?. Sd olf the North feet deep. The depth and charac- Germany is 1.500 calories .a ,day. This' shift In the supply picture with hoarding'their output. the picture the volume of forefga-i: ;

CD' ; < _revealed 1oalCa ter of the fill indicate that the fort They arent getting that.) win mean a "somewhat greater The department sounded Import win depend CD the amount --

A# .J.d".i, ?t+ ........,st. san old earthen is indubitably of great age. In contrast A blanket 'package at thesame movement of grains in internationaltrade cheerful note in predicting some one Increase :. for of United States funds appropriated
be the-one to the remains of Civil was price provides two all-wool army: during the coming year U in sugar potato. and fats foreign relief the buying power

I f..ti e coloctsts.i.e..1. forts of earthen construction dis blankets scissors, needles; thread supplies in importing countries are and oils production but reminded that' Importing countries cano muster

-:-- ; : di- covered elsewhere oa Roanoke I* and two sets of heels and soles. for to be maintained at the relative low that "the supply 'of aU these : of the receipts'irons their ewa "
s. .. :: 'service. land. shoes. .' levels of 194847." the office of for.. modlUes will continue com exports out of sold and dollar **': .
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Summer h MINNEAPOLIS. employersnow White House Marriages ;
Weddings ** :
LYNN CHAMBERS MENUS '- seek the "greasy grind -the

Will Be Incentive .. '" ,. .. .". student who has shunned all outside HAS a President ever been mar-
Sliced Cold Roast Chicken distractions, kept to the solitude of in the White House
For Many ,Parties Potato Salad Vegetable Salad his dormitory room and recorded
Yes Grover Cleveland married
.Whole an endless succession of"A'* grades. .
his Frances Folsom in the ;
Most employers of college graduates
White House June 4. 1856\
on *
Berry today ask for students who .
4 have taken worth Do you knowwfcich two Presidents died
vigorous in
Recipe given.arnish. part
in the White House Why the secretaries
r wbile'tampus activities. Except for of agriculture, labor and commerce cannot -,
research and other highly technical succeed to the Presidencywbiie
cabinet members can?
and work, the 1947! employer puts first e .
strawberries if importance on personality, leader-
Our'Reader Service Booklet No. 202 answers I
e ship .and ability to get along with hundreds of interesting questions
people; he ranks brilliant scholar- about our government: history tradition. .
facts and figure. Send 25 teats ANOTHER ship second in importance although for"Know You Govercmeaf to Weekly
to the demanding "satisfactory" scholastic Newspaper Service.. 213 West nth St,
answer New York 11. N. Y. Print came, address
is a salad records. booklet title and No. 202.
These are some of the facts

just a few brought out in a new survey of em-
first consider ployment experience of college
easy-to-use placement departments: recently CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
completed by Northwestern Na-
Shrimp and tional Life Insurance company.Out .

( of 101 universities and col- 1

2 in the bomb- leges reporting in the survey, placement BUILDING MATERIALS
1H cops of an armada officials. of 72 schools stated
For a simple bridal shower refreshment 1H cups simulated bomb- that the majority of employers rate concrete block machine. Build a horn without -
a pooch bowl with H cop air com personal qualities of the graduatefirst back ready yard.; cash.Details Make free.money Keller; spare Maa tune.fa.-
floating orange slices and slivered 1 teaspoon e,., converged in importance. Only 10 schools tariac C*.. Bex 461. Jac ...Yille I. Fla.

strawberries makes a pretty pic Ji cop in various parts reported top scholarship to be the
ture. Serve this with cake or 2 ripe primary requirement in their placements HELP WANTEDWOMEN
cookies. Ji cup and nearly all of these are SALESLADIES wanted if not already rep-
'._ resented in your community Direct acuine -
1 No. 1 engineering colleges or other tech- Bin earnings Lingerie,ready-to-wear, i
nical schools. nylon. TecerMB H.ticry C*., ..UL.MISCELLANEOUS j:i
Bridal days are once more with )' Responses from 21 ; .
use and there's hardly any circle schools were difficult to classify, 1
of friends where at least one wedding Soften gelatin some stating that their prevailingcall :

does not take place. A good for 5 minutes. is for top-bracket scholarshipand heals PILETEX Itchinr.relieves bleeding soreness and shrinks protrudingpiles. 'and

friend of the bride usually gives the high personality qualifications Guaranteed.oJaoz. tube and applicator
cent Pf SI. SL3O. \VrttBRAGQ .
honored girl a shower and it is combined; others that employersare PLASTEX CO. h.n... MI....
with such pleasant doings that we oi ;: so hungry for men that they will

are concerned. take anybody who can squeeze past

Whether it's a lingerie, kitchen or his finals with a passing grade. **************

personal shower, the theme of the Noteworthy in this year's employ-

party refresh- range ment picture the survey finds, is J.1ft.? o .3ldfuh.&L1FX11.
meats should be about Vt the large proportion of engineering I
jV 1 bottom of a 1 ___ '
daintiness. If you has been rinsed graduates who are being hired for <$ SrraurqA. tBDnd4. f
such selling f
can carry out the non-engineering jobs, as -
theme with a centerpiece serve and office administrative work.
Cover JJLQ giDCAL gJwP 1LQnL
of bride shrimp Most large firms have their own ,

1... and bridegroom. clear til firm.gelatin Chill training programs, and many feel i.
well and good til thickened. that the background of an engineering **** **** *** *
but It isn't neces- training yields especlaDy'deslr- \
cado and fold able sales and
Use Junior materiaL
sary. your
daintiest linen and fresh, fragile gelatin mixture. Others welcome liberal arts

Cowers, and your table is bound to avocado and graduates and business administration fII'Ulf2Il
be pretty. celery. Pour grads with equal warmth; i
and chill until : there is a growing tendency on the
Pastel color combinktlons in table
crisp greens part of personnel executives of PETR9UMIa JULY 1
f settings and refreshments are highly ing in center. to any ether adwttaea triad srwaeM.
favored as they carry out the (Glenny) Brana firms with extensive training programs -
to little attention to the MO HO LINE
tF theme pay
of the occasion. Food how- by playmates
ever, need not be elaborate, because Mr. and particular course a candidate has
- the girls probably will'be too excited Remaining ? baseball and pursued while in college, so long as

to eat much. Do. however, make 1 cop diced Williams of the his personal qualities are good and :
his'scholastic record has been satis
; everything delectable and you will\ Ji cop
be well rewarded for your efforts. Salt and factory.
'\. Old fashioned study and good To bold roar ire mod lovers
comfortably an day-and
i Combine I marks still pay oft however placement every day try dentist amazing discovery
to taste. Place I officials state; between two powder eallvd 8TAZK. Not plrmnt-t a "messy"
A SIMPLE afternoon or evening I avocado ring.Combine : candidates of equal personal qualities paste. Oat Jio bi a>f drums
party might consist of a light delectable -;. the one with the higher scholarship iodajl Accept no sabstltatel

cake and punch ,as follows: gets the nod. TAZDay iiROACH i

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Whipped Cream Angel Food. -- ---

1 cop whipping cream. Store Surplus. Food at Pole SPRAYQUICKKILL

3 H egg cop whites water For Lean Years, Byrd's IdeaWASHINGTON. I R.I I*D

1 teaspoon vanilla ii".7 Rear Admiral DOUMU ACTION Lee PIIOTtCTIOMBAJUCJL
2 cups flour Richard E. Byrd on his return from S3 TO rave AKO HCTCAN3

IK cups sugar i the navy's antarctic expedition said LASTS 14 DAYS AND LONGER

3 teaspoons baking powder that long range planes and powerful IfOf.POIS0. ( 8S-OIOIWS-STAlNWS
% teaspoon salt ice breakers could crack the great ,O. Sole a* Tw Deafer.. W*.
white south polar continent wide *.lT.OUT WSTMMmiM CO.
4.45 NW W,a6- 1'BLA'CK -.....
Whip cream until stiff; beat E open for exploration and that withIn

whites until stiff and combine ca're- 25 years men may; be tapping its

fully.: Add water vanilla and dry resources.
ingredients which have been sifted 'There's a lot of coal down MLOUSi

together at least three times. Bake for a pretty there" he said.

in layers at 350 degrees about 30 salad in the Byrd also envisaged exploiting the CHICKENS

minutes or until done. Use the following minute flutter vast ice cap as a natural refrigerator -

filling: pear. Bread for the storage of surplus cropsin LEAF 40
wiches made bumper years. 1-Ia0 sloas roosts and
Lemon Filling De Luxe. smear-bod/beat of fowls
'The world need have
wheat muffins never an- release .ajcotia fitaies
14 cup shortening. paniment. other famine he said. "Surplus feadu..it Inch kill chicktra-lice_Cap-Brash sad

1 cop sugar food could be stowed away in the Applicator saves juceoa*
3 eggs, beaten slightly polar Ice as insurance against lean Insist oa ttngaul factotr-
Grated rind of 1 lemon production years. rm pretty sure foil seated paciLSces. to iaaare '
6 tablespoons lemon Juice YOU'LL It would keep perfectly Time stops tiimci /
muffins n ur
!f teaspoon salt for such things down there.
lightful change_ CltrillTIIItSBomc
"We brought back with us some .uuroutu
shortening in over hot they're
Place pan cause
of the food left in the 1933-35 Little i IDmlCIfHQTa"
to soften.
= Whole America camp to see whether it has
remaining -
Add ; lost any of its value in calories
ingredients. Conk *i cop -
vitamins or minerals. Tm fairly certain
over simmering 1 cop unsifted the 13 or 14 years' exposure

water, stirring 4 teaspoons hasn't done much harm. The dry ,
constantly, until Ji teaspoon doesn't have a cold makes a perfect refrigerator :
well thickenedand 4 tablespoons play la a
of good piling J.egg, well Women in ...
in white, who your V| DM this
quantity. 1 cop milk Is showing School Teachers Take Extra Jar funcUonal mlddlw period pc .
women cans*
you suOer hot
Cool before using. -- 4 tablespoons d upon him by Jobs to Increase Incomes Cashes, nerrous. uighstrung, aqk,
or salad al of the toed feelings Then do U7 Lydia 1f,
Strawberry Pooch. J4 cup game PROVIDENCE B. L Providence Plnkham'a Vetetabl Compou.d. _
(Makes 4 quarts) high school teachers are pad pmptsofas. u.afnOu .
Mix to ding their income with extra jobs. Tktea regularly-.Ptnmabn'a 43om.
1 quart water pound help build _.-
: 1Ef ." ?:; Nelson up resistance
H cop granulated sugar Combine Irving a mathematics Instructor against coca dlrtrees.Thousands ha_
H nd father of two children. I reported. bOntI Alec a very dKtUe
cup corn syrop &Gm&chIe 1cm1&
t 2 quarts strawberries ;:::::; works in a gasoline- station after VJ1Dc1l1IAJ'.IIIKIIIIl
classes. =r.
:r 3 cups chilled range juice /4
f 1 cop chilled lemon juice A music instructor Edward B.'

I i 4, cops ginger ale McCabe plays the bass fiddle in a WNU-l* % -17

i .2 thinly sliced oranges or limes night club orchestra lour nights a .
{I week and makes more money than .

!I Combine first .three ingredients he does teaching. .That jn
I! Bring to a boil and add the washed Richard Bailey; art instructor Naq

' 'hulled strawberries,-'and boil covered spends nights designing greeting BackacheMay

'r for 3 minutes. Remove and muffle coarse. ,e cards for publishers .
without muffin H
strain through a sieve pans oIDieo ekedHod.ra

i I pressing, and chiIL Just before moderately hot Runs Out of Gas With Track Kidney Action
35 minutes.
I serving, combIne with remaining Ingredients for St.
using orange slices for Released by Load and Has to Hitchhike bBureper aatte vscryjaMts. aa4
I drinker Us risk ol xpoaor*sod i ta-
: ARKANSAS CITY. KANS.-Henry Uoa--carets awry strain OB Ue work
To save sugar ; Sroderson says it,just had to happen .f tie kid* .They are apt to hieomTertazad
I : sad(era t* aWrsscsss acid ,.
I _Make BakingEasy kle a small sometime. w-s.abss. isparitia.tress tb.litedviaa -
t Give your biscuits 'a rich brown cake before After 24 years hauling gasoline Toet eaSer ....... ti.ettatltrolr -
,: crust by brushing: them with raffle may be on the highways he ran out of gas -a-cc sfehta.eaaotaatiy.
ded outs 6r -and while driving a track loaded kg pains, ,
This win
or cream before baking. ...aaTara.s9 oa ...Orbsalibi-
<". prevent baking them to the Fruit pies as with,several hundred gallons of it. .ttf InJtatj. WaoW.....iT>.rt saw
,; drying point your by making them brown wilt have Because the.a.soHne already was times b rahtg.- sassy-- orrtnsfton. loo ....-.
of ,half a sold to a custcxaer. Broderson decided Try Jfeew's fOU. DOCK'S Mr die -
more readily.To the filling against using any. He hopped ttday,t. ..*eC ..,.,.eawes fcodr '
prevent boiled frostings from wastes TheyhaVa had sin thaa MAt.,
becoming sugary-add 1 teaspoon of ,Bread and of Geneses aside to a fining station borroweda eastjuf pabtte saL lie rasrraLbsat -.
quickly can. bought some gal and cot his ... 1ar. -' a---. .
vinegar or % teaspoon of cream of more them is that a lot of truck'going again I ,,..,. 1. x 9 .- .
tartar to the syrup while cooking. in : 31 yean old;
:also FTben be delivered his load to the
.Custard pies should be cooled on of,vinegar from one month '

a wire 'rack to prevent them' from process' and of twins. same station. 1 IDOANSPlLiS

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:, __ __ Friday, June 13, .j"A1HEOKEECHOBEENEWS r'L r rE :.

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E \ Pity or sorrow' 'are sometimes No--matter how old you are nor CLASSIFIED ADSAUTO l\.RKE 1'1\i;
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: .: 0keeclyohu ;News mistaken for love-but the fellow how much wisdom yon may have; /' '? .

who loves himself alone is a mess you gain more wisdom each year I- u .1: b /t: /&
f' Publisbed, every Friday by the of public grief. you live longer.All A.\"fED-Good condition, :

I Okeechobee News Co., at Okeeehobee, I used car, reasonably priced. Must ...., ........ -, ,
i i Okeechobee County FloridaBRYANT .. No matter where you may go work and no play may make be good motor and good tkes.- 10.:'" Whether "you've been married- ten days or ten years, the
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j t S BOWDEN .... .....Editor you will find that canned beans are Jack a dull scholar-but all play See Wison at The OkeechobeeNews of June" is a good time to do to it serve(and better make mealstTyorTbetter your h ;''''C';
work'makes bum. at Nix's Camp. half. And one way '
j -but the present day price and no him a Office or
plentiful to boot) is to shop
> husband think you're a financial wizard J} J1'
is much too high. j : thrifty A&P. ."
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES People who enjoy excitement may FOR SALE-Lot 9, Block 133, '-11.. regularly- at your .'

: ; One Year I? advance .........$3.00 who complain of the hot find what they are looking for out Okeechobee, Florida, by J. M. MIGHTY NICE WITH ICI FOR* flAVOR Y0ytl rAVOR -
e, ; :t Six Months in advance ..._ _. 1-50 should note that In Kansas--when cyclones are at Roney, owner 6iS Atlantic Natl. I don't think there's anythingmore When a recipe says, 'Season ta, -,,-,.":
:i ; Three Months in advance ...... 1.00 weather these days their best. Florida. delicious under the sun than taste"I have to guess at the Q\Wr.
nice Jacksonville
the weather man Is furnishing really good iced coffee! It's,easy tity of spices to use. But I nevguess ,
cool nights for your sleep. when use A&P> at their quality. I make sure '=
. to make, too, you
) Entered as econd class matter July They tell us that the best way to FOR SALE-New Case Tractor, COFFEE.: Select one of these it's high by choosing: ANN PAGE :_
:f 1, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- The last we heard of John L. get along with a woman is to let Model "LA", dual wheels, Can three bIends..EIGHT O'CLOCK, SPICES at the A&P. This con. 4
c. chobee Florida, under Act of March he is still growinghair her have her own way-a friend of be seen at Domer's Machine Shop. 'Jh RED CIRCLE or plete line includes many choice
8, 1879. Lewis was that Ml 1 varieties of whole and rroun4
ours tried that with his own wife- 1 whole bean
looking to
I and
and moustache all
dependably Pun
ill.the spices
Stalin to find him a market for it. the floral offerings were beautiful.If FOR SALE-House and 49 acres 'I' r (that's how A&PCOFFEE and attractively pnce If necessity Is the mother of Inrsntlon of good farm land, sugar ,mill la
: John L, Lewis must be the A headline hoe it that "Legisla the early watermelons now on and two large substantial out. always sold to AND lAST
daddy. t11"- the market in profusion do not houses. Located on Stats Road insure its fresh
gasoline Count
tore study higher ) and have it Custom Ground Counting pennies on thisi -
we trust it will not cause them to give :you a case of the cramps when at Fort Drum. exactly right for your coffeepot. cake to save them...and to be lfghttand !
Those who gaze Into the future aggravate a headache. you eat one the bill will attend to J. HUDSON, PARKER, Make your coffee double strength, fine-textured, too thanks to":
always have something look for. that; when you get it. Fort Drum, Fla. pour it over ice, and serve. SUNNYFIELD CAKE FLOUE-
v (sold only by A&P).Cream H cup'
,\ ward to. surround PEACHY PRESERVE TREAT shortening and % ,l
Xo matter what your An addition to the Safety Campaign cup sugar; add
be can make them be to place a ban all ANN PAGE PRESERVES 1 egg and 1 tsp. ,11 rlJ ; ,1
,lugs may you may on FOR RENT .
{ 'We are told that we will have a ideas in kind of guns for the hunters and (available only at A&P) are so vanilla;beat welL \ ,\ 1f 'If" \ '!
by getting wrong ,
t showdown with Russia within 60 make them carry salt instead with Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobeeon luscious I'm forever inventingmore Sift together 1
head. to enjoy them. Here's 1% c sifted ; ;
your ways
days-why wait so long! which to catch their birds. State highway. 7879 acres all SUNNYFIELDCAKE '
k s my latest: Fill cavities of 12 peach :
:. 'f fenced and cross-fenced. Cattle halves (fresh or canned) with H FLOUR
Among those who are out to get If you are old enough to remem. pens dipping vat two houses barn,' cup of chopped nuts mixed with 2 tsps. baking -'-
ber back to those days when wash % cup of ANN PAGE PRE- powder and. tsp. salt; add a1ternate1y
the to be Attorney 600 In carpet grass.
Job given by about acres
\ day always fell on Mondayyouare SERVES. Press halves togetherand with % cup milk.Pour
i f General J. T. Watson we note that now old enough to quit worry Write owner. chill. Heavenly topped with greased and wax-paper-lined 'I
f t Lex Green will seek the place. ng about clean clothes.If U. G. PARSLEY whipped cream and served over 6 inch square pan. Bake in :
Box No. 309 cake slices. p oven 350'F., 30 to 35 minutes. ;:

; J A Britisher claims to have in. you are so filled with Joy that Kenova. W. Va.
you cannot understand why the
vented an auto which will run whole world is not happy-wait

without ga.soJlue-our old buggy until your income tax comes due FOR SALE-50.1b. capacity ice box Advertise in The Okeechobee Hews
I did the same thing forty years ago. and see what a difference that will
priced at 1000.-Apply at News
make in the songs you were sing_
If you have no future stored up ing. office.

I in your mind the futility of living I

must "prove a burden to your con. I
t i science. ItHQLIDAY
\' '
ff"r .
At the present price of meats we 1
( can say that there is enough of it Mp"FID1ilIoviM

l openly roaming the highways to

f pay off the national debt. JUNE 15th. i

,: : Father's Day Is drawing near
p and the children are making a little ..

fV touch from him at every occasion S

_,, in order to have the necessary cash I
to get a present for him.
a '
We had no meat for Rover, so we %
J / gave him a rubber bone-he burled f1eluhtl '

the bone and raised a rubber tree- / ,: e HELP DAD ENJOY HIS

t well. anyway, he now has his own
tree. Vellv8l'YHere'

\ The panacea of American life today a real time sav- CHAIR FOR FATHER'SDAY -
f U not the things of which the .r.. -.-
er. Whenever your car : p4a -
i i other fellows robs them, but the JUNE 15.BurneyKelz.
I things of which they rob the other needs a lubrication, an .
r fellow. oil change, tire or battery { sy

i service, lust give us a call.

Some officials seem never to have We'll come over for yo'urcar. s Re.t n.

< discovered that the prlviledge to do the fob and :
} J keep their fingers on the public a
bring It back to youl SCer
i I t pulse does not also give them the S r'c, p%
right to keep their hands in the Ye YQ(4l L er a i-

'f 1 publics pockets. : p re4ciIse7 dollaL ii i

; The customer who uses audlcity Co.
n 1rio
to talk the merchant Into letting ATLANTIC :5

her make use of her credit gets ,
: really peeved when the merchant
: displays any audiclty in trying to (Formerly Denmarks) _

: J; collet that ,bill later on. PAUL ROBBINS
a Distributor of Phone 115
1 Cornfield peas are again pro. ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and
tT:} t claiming their right to be considered ATLANTIC PETROLEUM

: 1 the poor man's food-they areI PRODUCTS.

I selling at ten cents a pound and Phone 118 Okeechobee Fla.

I make us think of the, daYs. of the
-- u -- -
-t'. long ago. | ...-to' ,... w...._. '
: .... .n "
'i. ?S
That bulky amount of folding
k, money which graced every pocketbook -
1' a while back is dwindling to AnnouncingTHE -
silver In' the front pocket again 1

t; and we are beginning to see folks

who shopping.count their change when theygo Two PerCent On- APPOINTMENT OF

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-' -- ... ,. a -, -'.-.-
As Dealer
: A home wherein dwells peace and For
harmony Is a home of success' and
r happiness. It U the same way witha :; Saving Accounts Mercury Outboard MororsThe

a nation. Hitler' thought he could I v
develop the superman without the
t Only Outboard Motor
principal of harmony and accord Equipped Completely -

J. and happiness! was soon banished I
-4 from his nation and ruin was the With Roller Bearings,in

4 ultimate outcome to the portals of l All Models.
death. Harmony in the home is
;; the only way to success and hap .

-- plness. Each member of every WE TOLL CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF E:
family must add their bit of har
mony in order for the family to Insured to 5000.00 MOTORS & PARTS AND EXPECT TO

survive. Cities are built and survive
e on harmony and accord; nor RENDER SERVICE ON ALL MOTORSAT j
A town can grow and prosper unless
there Is civic pride in the heartsof A LATER DATE.
,all citizens and happiness must . ....".'

prevail; each person you: meet on .. .. .

the' street is a civic good pride subject on-for speak you We Can Also Furnish Factory Mad; BQATS.Okeechobee l.L

z. to to each'one try 'your In a friendly way and FIRST -FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION N. -

add V smile to that speech and It < fF
may-:'be'* matter of only a short PIERCE.
:. } tfme-when you will note that all OF FT.

;your neighbors are talking to you
more"*,kindly ,and the entire comm Motor Co. f

t nlt1 0*people seem to be in bet. .. . ..... ..
'' ter'ri4ritsrffroin" your Installationof ,. '..,... -- 'f- ..- .-
naxmony.Try speaking to ev

eri nej t'meet, : try being friend- :1O8 S. 2nd. Phone ,341 SALES jjgP SERVICE
'lrVKb/all and,If anyone you meet _

: ,.n.T '....i.maO: BJ'appears.. to be aU U 5 TIRES
be him PUROIL
"to'Uk yOUteral0: .
"1I'"' -.; ; e.t. '' 4'8I101i''blB1't&t! you also "Where Service Is A Fact"c
a file who will lend '
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Friday, June 13; 1947 -- .. "'" 01
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NOTICE IS HEREBY; 'GIVEN NOTICE that the fapowiot de.ertbed The Board NOTICE of County Commissioner f JJ r.sZ ]I XOTlCEt ;t;... 'J

,old at public aucton-oo.the ht day of .Tuly'A. D 1947 hnd. will be' of Okeecbobee County will accept bid ."; <-:)
County of Okeehbobee. State of at the Court Heule. for
In the Florid't' repairing: the' roof of the County .

sere.ID Said IlAle to to begin tb@ urn at 12. urelo k Non all coat- the for amount roce h sale due and for adnr toes :Jail 16th.of 1947 said at County Ten o'clock, oa Monday.A. M. June Said: Rom where I sit.. &y Joe Marsh ,1Here's 1|lIng'Horses staggers Immo".a last year agale9'/4ey are protect_* ;,

roofing to be of Pitch and Gruel 1900 .
ties .f Land. Rae. Ket' -At' '}lame .r 0 **, Ft and 350 Sq. Ft. of Wall curface. ed against it this ;year but not J-
Twp: Am..tNW'4 any The! and Board all reserve bid. the right: to reject a against the crazy type of which < 'cj

of NEYs'aad 3K C. E. DRAWDT. Chairman \ to there are only three places In Okee_ ,I I.j

,NW% 2 tt 3:! 117 C. B. Fritz 5.67 Board of County Commisaloner chobee County that have it.

of Lot 24 ... ... It :3.1 32 --r-- t
11% 10 E. R. the Women-Folk
Mefeynoida 1.<< ,, Type A and B only protects {

Lots 21 and 22 .4 M 33 40 Q. W.: Beden ---- _.-.- .. 5.3T NOTICE against sleeping: staggers. Type C 1
Lots y', 2G If 21 4 M.3.00 :Job FUkbma U\ The Board of County {'ommlSllloneraof I
protects against i ia
Lot 2 -:5 u 3.1 20 Okeeehobee County Florida glint There's crazy staggers for ]
-- R. Yelaon 2.41 to furnish all a line at the heading of comfortable but too-worn chair '
rooms little
Lot :4 ----.-- M 33 20 T. C Andenon _. 2.41 f of the on the around the Woman's Column In over one year '_ I
,. .. M L County Courthouse with my paper _that we can't bear to throw away.
E% of Lot 19 10 31t.1 10 Laura Morgan 1,44 v enetian blinds, therefore sealed bids that reads: E. D. HARRIS D. V. M. tl 1"

Lot 20 ------- 10 3t 33 20 IL 1r. will be received by said Board at ten From where I sit, those little :

4 of Lot 21 _- 11 M 33 20 Henry WBOdl'ftt'k Ringer 2.41w clock for A. M. Monday, :June 16. 1W7, "Women through the years have satisfactions become more and 11 t
.---a----._ 1.22Int purchase of said blind. The FOR SALE-Four lets with ,.
13.! RJMok 2.TOWNSITE umber and size of blind can be ascer- stood Keepers of the flame ." more important in this world of new :;

OF DEESA John FlIkkema ...... 1.57 c.f talned said from Okeechobee the Clerk of Circuit Court Pretty easy to see what it strife and change. Smoke rings house and garage. A variety of I i ;
.. : The Board means fruit flowers
Lot 29 --- 4 23 It 33 20 Cokno1rD ............. ......_ t.U reserves tee right to reject. any and all whether it's the flame on the hearth, curling from a mellow pipe;a glass and vegetables.J. ; i r
Lot 18---___ at It 33 20 Co H. CobIn otten. J. Dann Box 775.
......... Ul Okeedobee. i I
.... E:. DBA. or the candle in the window or of beer; a comfortable chair before I
Lot 1t r.. at M as.20 w. muon .. ................_ Ul BoC. Commi sinners : Florida. I f
of County the feeling of the fire. And I'd like salute'
Lot t --- 15 M 13 20 Wta >bl1& __ Ul warmth that surrounds to t

Lot 18 ---.ae .M 13 20a Ratte S.uhln ,- ......-..... Ul A home. the housewives-"keepers of the } i l rl

Lots 21. 28 t9 -- a 15 as eo Blanehe E. Cue ____ US NOTICE Or TAX iAX.S It's the women who arc guardians flame"-whole tolerance and understanding OST-Set of keys on steel ring. i! !

Iota a 8. BWk SGREELEY For Dllaaant 1M6 Ereslada.NOTICE cf the thing we cherish about helps preserve them! Reward will be paid for their return 1. !

SUBDIVISION B. P." Smith _. ....... .r.. UTBARINOER *hereby to the Florida
glenuttat i
PARK DLK. 1* all homellfe-who are tolerant of Power A

Lot J __ 7 Unknown .-... L'I'' a.payment ad* .delinquent of on :July lit. 1M7 for ashes on the rug; the rings a glass tJtla. Light Company Office. i
Lot 30 .... .10 1.1'! Ererglade Drainage 80e !!
Geo. Faulk __---- District Taxes: for the year 194S. or *o of beer can leave on tables; or the (
Lots 29 Ii JO ..-.._.. ....12 Clifford Gerald -._-..-----__ 1.:1j much thereof a* may be necessary to :NOTICE TO APPEAR c. 1
pay the amount due for taxes said IX THE NAME OF THE
j:: f'tf REe4 of NWt,44 OF :
lands tot
of !liE% .................28 M 33 3 I Monroe Webb 1.11 costa of ale specified year together in the laws with goT the Copjngkt,19",Un'ie.;St itc ISreitcr Foundation TO: J. T. HASKELU: If living and ,:

EIRiNGF.RBCSINESSS ernlng laid District will be old at I If dead, all parties claiming ', t
SECTION BLIt. public auction beginning at 12 o'r1ocknoon interest b.)'. through undf'r.r j
Lot 3 ....--_-_____ 3 O. A. Snider 1.:1 on the 1st day of Jnne 1947 at against J. T H4SKELL. Deceas
Lot t 5 Willie F. Young ______ 1.27 the front door of the Count House in ed. Residence Unknown: :
Lot 'l 10 .tne Castle _____ 1.21 the City of Okeechobee. Florida and Too and each of you are hereby re-
c-itinnlntr until said sale 1* completed qulred to nl* an -Appearance ;
A complete list of such BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL Rill of to the {
iota 9 to 12 loe. G M 31 84 F. E. FIDI/erton/ ____ 8.111 ands 1* available for public delinquent inspection i a suit the Complaint nature of flied which against ia yon In i

Lots 27. 28 29 G M 3-1" 83 II. E. Frost -_-- U1 during the business hours at the office doull ea title to real. property to In remove Okeejofoee I i!

Lot 2 ____ 21' M 3-1 20 Otto W. Able -.-.--.---- -- 2.41 6f the Tax: Collector for the County of County Florida described as- : i!

Lot 19 .---._,..-.: 26 M 3-1 20 :John Bf'ardslt'J' ____.___.- 2.41Eli keechobee keechobee.. in Florida.the Court and 1 house at =DIRECTOR Y ; follows: r .r
no a tries aa Lot :5. Block 160. Town
of Lot 1:5: __ 27 M 3-1 10 Edwin F. Williams ___ I.U to the land Included in Bald delinquent bee. according to of Obeeho,0' ..
plat thereof !: ::
W1.-i of Lot 29 28 U 34 10 ElIzatof'th Sehaaf ____ .. 1.44 l st. by mail or by telephone or In i iI coned in Plat Book 2. page 17 pub-re- -> "
person during business "
NEW hours, will be -I He records' of St LucieCounty. t
fully {
answered by the office of said Florida.

OKEECIIODEE(Section Ar. =ZITS.' ;.J1'::.. Tax BESSIE Collector ALDERMAN. Tax Collector IMMEDIATE DELIVERY at my office in the Cou at house in i p"' I

Lots 24 2S 18" C. C. Wilson ____-- 1.1'! Okeecbobee County. Florida BURGESS of keechobee.July. 1817.Florida The on the 14th day _. ?. I j I, I
said snit Is files -
Lots 26 4 27 ---.. --_. .:. 28B 3. U. nand -----. 1.21 :June 6t 13. 20 27NOTICE Electric Saws Electric Drills In the Circuit Court of the. :Ninth Jniclal ,;-. : ,

Lots 1. 2 If S .-- 30B Sophia ChrlsuDson 1.27Lott Bench Saws Grinders Circuit of Florida. In Chancery, ;::fir:' ) :

42 to 45 Inc a.--___ :13 Fay Robert -- 1.27 : TO APPEAR Welders 10" Lathe and is entitled: A. LINDisEY OCON.. ::1"...

Lute 3-1 to Mine .-.. ....-... 36 Cnknown _______ 127l.ots STATE EUELL OF CHESSEU.FLORIDA.ASSAWOMAN: CLARE, Hand 12" Radial Tools Arm- Pumps Saw Supply Co.FEEDGRAINNAY Complainant XOR..s Ancillarydmiautrator. -TaJ: T. HASKELL.. etc -" I

21" to 30 Ine __ 40 B. F. Landon ________ 1.21 VIRGINIA: ET AL.. Defendants I f
(Oranlda Circle) You are hereby required to file your CLARK J. SMITH WITNESS my hand and the seal of : .
Lots ? written appearance at my office in 'lid Court at Okeechobee Florida this r 1 i
&S.-- 11. F. Lan'dun ___ 127 9th star
-- of Jnne
keechobee Florida on June 27 A. D. 1947 I
1947 Sales Rentals Service Y ,i
W% of 8enept to the Bill of Complaint In the suit for ABEL RACLERsOX SHEFFIELD i!
RU RaW _............. 36 33U 'IT (SEAL
n. D. IIohut' ____ 8.29 divorce Tiled against you by :Jndson R. 209 Okeechobee Road Clerk Circuit Court i
l.ots 17 11\ Ink 7SOUTIiLANDS heeser la the Circuit Court of Okee- By Connie W. Raulerson.- D. C. !
lIEIOllTS hobee County. Florida. In default Ph. 20276 West Palm Beach BABY CHICKS IdJon., Fee & Parker.

Tract 3 Julia Rowland _____ 1.81 whereof a decree pro confesso will be Attorneys for Complainant I

E% of SW'A ot NEs U 31 M 2e J. Max Scott .:.._ 10.22 entered apalnrt you. The Okeechobee Tues. and Fri.FOR Ft 1'leroe Florida
News is designated a* the newspaper June 13, 0.: 27. Julr 4, 11-<5t)
NE% of NW4 of NF.O:! 31 3.'i 10
W. J. Of'mlilf'J' 1.50lleg In which this Order will be published i I
200 ft W of NE iI I
toror once a week for four consecutive week f
S% of NW14 of NW of Witness my hand and the seal of said IN COtRT OF COUNTY JUDGE
RE14. ran W 130 ft. 8 3.10 Court this 20 day of May. 1947 STATE OF FLORIDA I
N. E lRO ft. tl 11O!' ft. (SEAL) Mabel Raulerson Sheffield JAMES' IN RE ESTATE OF
W iO ft. N liO It :::0 31 35 1% 'uUal" Thom.. :.-. 8.01 Clerk Circuit Court Okeechobee arbara E. Jordan I
N :/3 of SEV. of S\\% -' County Florida. Typewriter & Supply and -

of SE% -------------_ 29 31 u G 2/3 Int' AU8t1n Ikwla ___ 2.W Sumner 4 Sumner. ,U S Tires J, W Jordan Jr.. MinorsOkeechoJwe
Beg NW l'or Goyt" lot 4 > !Solicitor' for Complainant SALES SERVICE SUP LIESTllpeuriten County.
run E 510 ft to bet the>nl'f' Ft. Pierce. Florida. Puroil Products Notice is hereby- given to all whom It ,- :
(May 23. 30, :June 6, 13-(4t may that -
E GIO It to W bdry Conelyproperty. Adding and concern Belle :Jordan a. I
R to lr Lab Ford Parts- Guardian of Barbara R Jordan and
I..nl. R T1 degrees 4 5' \V r.1'7ft. >L Calculating Machines J. W. Jordan, minors will on the 23rd !. I
North to Beg _--: 3.'i 31 3.1 It II. W. lIullN'J' aHE" ____ :lH IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Service ay Vf June A. D. 1947 apply to. the .
Lot 10. 11 and I!. Block SEE
2. l'OWELL )!;DI\'ISION I'nknown __. .____ 1.02 FLORIDA IN AND UR OKFFCHO- \ )ffice ndgt In In and Okeechobee for said County, at his i
CONNER IIIGllLAoiD8 BLK. StIT TO QUIET TITLE. at 10 clock' A. M., or aa soon thereafter ,
Lots 1 and 2 21 Uotof'rt E. Stf'ln ____ 1.32 :J. C PEARCE CO. as the matter ran be heard for ,

l..otl :1.: :::2 and .S: ____ 45 Jean C. Hamilton _.:-____ 1.32 Plaintiff 103 Atlantic uthority to !sell at public or private -
vs sale the undivided Interest of Barbara -
Lot :1 ______ 70 liable E. Gammage ___ 1.r. FRANK FELDMAN and FT. PIERCE FLORIDA SALES SERVICEP E. Jordan and J W Jordan.

DEBERRY GARDEN8 BLK. LILLIAN FELDMAN et ala O BOX, 471 PHONE 44 Minors In following crlbed real es-

1.011 3 to 'l IDt' 1 Wm. O. Wallace _____ 1.32 Defendant. t ate in said County to.wit:
OKEECJlOUEE CITY BLK. ORDER TO APPEAR Lot 1, 2. 11 and 12 of Block 1<*1 {
THE STATE OF FLORIDA of the City of Okeechohee accord
l..otl:5: If G __-....-..--- :3 Frank Howell ___ 1.68 To Frank Feldman and Lillian: Feldtan. ing to Plat of Mid city flIed tn the

Loti 10 If '11 ___ 2:1: Wnll Wllllaml _____ 1.00 if alive. Marshall N. Hunt and office of Clerk of the Circuit i

Lola 1 IUd 2: .-...._ :.- 24.,..... .Tollt'pJalne Caples .___ 1.32 Gertrude Hunt his wife if alive and PHILCOAUTHORIZED Kelz Court of Okeechobee County. Fla.
If Burney Which application will be based upon
Lot 13 _____! 36 Violet :J. Rf'asoner _.- -.._.. 1.32 dead snch to persons their unknown or any spouse of them.. heir are. I the petition for sale now OB file In said =5

Lot 10 41 Alberta Howard 1.32 devisees legatees or grantees: and toall Formerly Court.

Lot 1 to 4 Inc .______ H Emma Dean Est __ 9.16 person baring or claiming an Interest Dated :June 3rd. A. D. 1947

N 40 ft of luta 7 to 12 Ine __ U Emma Dean. Est ,2.M in the following described lands BELLE JORDAN.Guardian.
situate, lying and being in the Countyof Denmark's
Lot 'l M. E. S. Clanl _.. 1.32 Okeechobee. State of Florida. to-wit: SERVICE (June 13 :OUNOTICE

Lots 2. 11 and 12 ___ 50 Ira n. Young ..:.._______ 1.50 W% of NEVi of SW% of Section 23

1.011" and 5 _____ 00 E. D. Ross ____ 1.32 F'Vi of NEV: of SWUf i
EV4 of SE> of Complete Horn Outfitter OF INTENTION '
Lot 4 __ 171 Inea DrawdJ' ___.___ 3.9-1 NW ; BELL
% of SEU of Section :!3. LAND
Lot :2 ......_ ...._-.,... 180 Sheridan Phillips _-,..___ 1.32 Township 37. South Range 35 East. ULMER EZELL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.

Lot 6 __.-.._- .._.....__., 233 S. I.. 1I0nlson ...-. .. 1.32 GREETING: Phone 115 J. E. Cone Mgr. Pursuant to Section 15 Ii). Chapter
:J. C. ___ J. C. Pearce baring filed his sworn 2 0-8. Laws of Florida Act of 1W1.
Lola 1 aDd 2 _......... -- 243 Rogers "IIE' 6.MOUTII and
Bill of Complaint in this suit the nature Section 67. Chapter 14717 Law of
OKEECIIOBEE BLK. and purpose of which is to. determIne Florida. Act' of 1931 a* amended by
Lot 3 _..........- 5 MarIe I.. Rhodes --'--___ 1.32 the title of the Plaintiff to the ection 11, Chapter 20653. Law of i

Iot 4 19 ROT DrauchtQn .______ 1.06 land berelnabore described to be a lorida. Acts of 1941, and also pursuant

Lot 8 ............ .. 40 Unknown ___ 1.32 good and sufficient absolute fee simple to Section 42. Chapter 20722. Laws of
-.. title. to have all claims and Interests of Florida Acts of 1941 ss amended by '
SOUTHWEST ADDITION the Defendants, and each of them. in Action 19. Chapter 22079. Laws of
Loti 19 Ie 20 __. -. 'l Zanlta Crouch ..._, .-.-_-. 1,32OKEECHOBEE and to said lands passed noon and deermlned. OKEECHOBEELIQUOR Florida Acts of 1913. and Section 44.
HEIGHTS .' to remove clouds upon the East SidePackage Chapter 20722 Laws of Florida. Act of
Plaintiffs' title to said lAnd. 1941\ .* amended Section %1.
to by
Frank Chandler MIlE"' __ S.s:5 quiet STORE Chapter -
Lot 10.-....._ -----7 .
and confirm the Plaintiffs' title there- 22079. Law of Florida. Act of
ROYAL OAKS ADDITION to. and in which Bill of Complaint the 943. the following described lands In
Lot 8 ___-- 2 Alfred. Wattf'raonliE" 3.iO Plaintiff states that he believes there Store Okeechobee County Florid to-wit
,Lot 13 Elk f are persons Interested In the land hereIn Only Bar la Town Lot 1 to 5 IBC. and 11 & 12 Block
involved 60, City of
PINES ADDITION and herelnabore described, Okeechobee.
SOUTHERN' a Ummle Dlllr' _...... ..-.-. 1.Rt"ullh and baring named therein eertaln perons Lot 3. Block 203. First add. to City
Lot I as known by name to him the Liquors Wine Cordial of Okeechobee.
Tlllmu 1.32 aid Plaintiff but as not known by PHONE 34 All of Block 5, City of Okeecbobee
WRIGHT It BASS ADDITION him. the said Plaintiff whether any of except Lots 1. G, 7 A 20.
< 2c Queen Blah .HE" ---.271 aid persons are dead or alire and a* Seward Swain EAST OKEECnOBEE will be offered for sale at public outcry.
aLoh ;
Lot Y McKenzie "liE" 2.77 believed by him. the said Plaintiff If fje>r the highest and best cash bid. sub-
15 Ie I ...,...___----- D Falter 1.50Lot. living. to J* interested la said lands STATE ROAD NO. 8 ct to the right of the Board of Commissioners
11 and 12...-.- --- B 1IImie Robert. -- aDd if dead to hare been Interested of Everglades Drainage Dis-
therein: PHONE 103-1 tries, and/or Board of County: Commls-

RAILROAD ADDITION ... .T. Davis -- ---- 1.32 And baring made all persons having stoners of Okeecbobee County. Florida
Lot T 1. -liE" 27T 01' claiming any interest In said laDdspartlel to reject any and all bid, at the Court
Lot I--- .- -M' 2 l..onnle Stevens -- 1.2 defendant. to the aid Bill of case, beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M.n '
'l Amelia IIOUltOD --- Complaint: the 10th day of,Jnne 1947 Easement
Lots 7 It 8 =_-...--- ---1% S. :J. DaYII _- ____ 1.32 And having demanded from the Clerkof Atlantic Service Sta. O. K. GARAGE for drainage sod reclamation and road
1..t 10 __- > Circuit Conrt of Okeecbobee County Paul D. Robbins Owner p urposes will be remrred.
BROWNING ADDITION Florida the making of an order requiring & MACHINE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
10.90 SER.
I Whlt.luarat .. -.-- VERGLADES DRAINAGE
Lot 12 aod't3 ---. Jf'aa eWRIGIlT"S such person and parties to appear Wrecker Service DISTRICT I
ADDITION to the said Bill of Complaint upona DODGE PLYMOUTH and BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS. I
3.83l.otl twenty-eUht nor
1 ___... ..--------;. 1 1Irs. Robert. Est. -----? more than sixty day from the date of 24 Hours a Day Sale. & Service COUNTY. FLORIDA. t
lIare'-l1E" _. 3.M the making of laid order By--Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. t
R. -
A. --- :
Iota 2 It 3 ... ...-- Blk. IS .. 1.WRIOIlT"8 IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDERED EXIDE BATTERIESLEE 2.-"".*Wreck Set vIee Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1

Lot 0 un......... ---.-- Blk: IS Florence Odom -- that each and every the Deff'Ddlut.abo1'e TIRES Day Ph. $2 Night Ph.92 or 155 Okeechobee County Florida. i
SECOND ADDITION' named designated and SDet'If1ed.are as agent for said Boards.By 1
w'A O. -_. R 0..1't.. .. ...- 1.u I hereby required to appear herein' to GASOILGREASINGTWIN Dunlop Tire & Tuba : Connie W Rsalersoo. D. C.
Lot 1 the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein OAKS (May: I* 23 30 Juno e-(4t)
WI' 89 ft N If center filed on the SEVENTH (7) Day of July: Gen. Electric Appliance
See 22, run E UZ n. SiW A. D. 1947 and that this order be pubished All CafeOKEECHOBEE
Night Stores OTICEMay
n. W 1 0 0 __ 8.31I in The Okeechobee News a newspaper Refrigerator, U, 1947
ft, __......342_! .!:. -__ "" at 33 :J. F. Coachman of general circulation published FLA. Heater KEECnOBEE( COUNTY, FLORIDA

I BESSIE ALPEBMAX. Tax C.Urt.r, la Okeechobee County. Florida once NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a 1 week for four consecutive weeks. W Service The.AU- nrsuant to Section 9 of Chapter 1S29A..aw -
r Ofceechobe C..t7. Florida.NOTI'E WITNESS my hand aa Clerk and L of Florida. Acts of 1937. known '
the Seal of said Court this FIFTH
I .s the MURPHY ACT. aDd 'm vanes
I Day of June. A. D. 1047 race of Chapter 20638 Laws of Florida
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court ALTO WATFORD & SONS
APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR Okeechobee Connty Florida
TilE STATE OF TO FLORIDA.. TUB STATE OF FLOKIDAi By Connie W Raul no... D. C Gulf Station he following described land, situated
ELIZABETH E. LONG ha Everglades Drainage District la
TO rOTTEK.' SSM WestDrive : T. W Conely, Jr.
475 HERMITAGE ST. Box 6O8 Okeechobee. Fla. keechobee County, Florida. will beffered
., \Vtoodruff Place lodUna- PHILADELPHIA.. PE>N. Attorney for Plaintiff. Package Store That Good Golf Gas o for sale at public outcry for
polls Indiana! hereby required to appear at'D" the highest and best ash bid. subject
Ton required to file yoarwritten are :June G, 13 20, 27. July 4.
are hereby
eft1toe In office la Okeechotxre. Florida oa GULF PRIDE OIL to the right of the Trustees of the Internal
Okeechobee.appearance Florida at on MY Jnlr T. 1947.I the 7th day of July A. D. 1W7. to Ill) Liquors Wise Cordials Improvement Fund and of the _

the BlU of Complaint file anlnst of Complaint. for divorce filed agtlns NOTICE TO APPEAR Board .f Cemmlaa16nera of Everglades
you by James W. Totter la the Inuit TOO by Walter E. Lone III Clft'ult THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Drainage District to reject any and all r
Door To AU Night
Okeechobee Countyhorida. Next ALTO'SHOTEL
>urt. In and for
Court of Okeechobee County. Florida TO: EITHER LACHMAV bid.. at the Courthouse beginning at
l. default whereof ,a decree Pro Oo.- in default whereof Decree ProCol1fNltlO 1014 N. HICKS AVE. StationPHONE O-OO clock A. Hon the 16th day of
fan wm be entered aralnit you. The will be entered anln you; LOS ANGELES CALIF. June 194? A* to all parcel of land of "I
de lr ted
the the Okeechobe New r* You are hereby required to appear amy t title to one-half of
Okwchobee News 1* dealRBatd a* ten acres or more
newspaper la which this Order will be u the newspaper la which this Order office tn Okeechobee. Florida on la The Heart Of Town petroleum and three-fourths other 1
halt be published once a week for the 7th day of July. A. D. 1947 to Bill :'1
published OD"ra week for four ton miners will be reserved by.Trustee 4
erntUe weeks.WITNESS tour consecutive week Okee- of Complaint for dl.orCftued a sal nut Weekly or Dally Bate .f the Internal Improvement Fund.
and teal at -1
hand and the Seal of Witness say Lachman. in t Easement for road right of way 200
my yisatt.yleHand
t County
Florida.. this 2sh dar J> May. '
Mid Court this 5th'day of June. A. D. rhobee. for Okeechobee feet wide will be reserved by said Truo'f
1947 1947 A. 0Sea'l Florida la default whereof Decree Pro i tees from any parcel through welch
(( ) Mabel Kanleraon SMftielel.Clnk Coafesso will be entered against
MABEL RACLEBSON SHEFFIELD Court. youth \ there Is SB exUtlng state road and
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Ctrcult Okeecbobee News is designated easement for drainage and reclamation :
Okeechobee! County.: Florida Okeechobe County, as the newspaper la which this Orde and for road purpose will be reserved -.;-
By Connie W. Raulertonu. D. C. Mary Schulman hall be published once a week fer BRING YOUR by the Board of Commissioner of Everglade \
T. W Attorney for fear consecutive weeks. i Drainage DUtrtct.
Conely, Jr.. In Curing and -<
Witness my hand and official K le. .
Box &1& Okeechobee Fla. Description Sea Twp ;
Attorney for Plaintiff., you do not at Okeechobee. Florida, this Sh 47 Lot 9. Block 2, First Add.
Juae ll, is, 20, 27. July 4.STOPS. ; realize Just how >f May A. D. 1947 Smoking Meats Printing Heeds Lets 1. ft; 7 i 20, Block i. Cfty *f "_
Seal Mabel Raulerson Sheffield
many people there are in this rast ( Okeechobee.

state who hATe no money-Just try Okeechobee Clerk Circuit County.Court.Fl a. Also wholesale and I I EVERGLADES BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DRAINAGE DISTRICT Of ;e t

to borrow some. Retail Cuts. TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL }.
If you want to look back to the TO STATE CF FLORIDA.TUB

000 wu time when therewere no autos. THOMAS PKG. CO. By-Mabel Baolerso Sheffield. J -s
There are occasions In ereryman's Just go ahead and look: and see if Agent for Trustee of the latern*] :
life when certain epoke Parrott Ave. improvement Fund and for Board '-
444< M. UrUI) ] we give a darn-what -we are now EvergladesDrainage
or .
Symptoms' News f Commistioner
oar'9wa 0 ,I rl5.UI 1 words do not tally exactly with, his looking forward to are autos tha OkMchtbee District Okeecbobee -a
.;eaarsM"YI thought and Jdcaa-but. no two I f
K a": ..... will not crash and will stay out o Coaaty.'Florida.
a.twit..4w." .e_ mind can" aee, rerythln alike. the roadside ditches. I May 16,.22, SO, DW..6-U -


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BY THE Gaur Hour SPOON originated among the '*rlfAmeritsnsailors. "

; ."The cook's galleys in Colonial days were provided witba spply<:. .
BY 7-Idul pjJJ.N, iltdk., i of spoons made of horn, and used for ladling out food for the seaare 'J

Y JfJ. i POUND' CAKE-Old recipes for this kind' of cake listed many o}. ;
w"- at pound of this and a pound of that. '
ingredients a :
JU1 MeFarUne whose father Richard pull any Queen of Sheba .stuff on dren's father had not come back. ,it ; i1
t had back was SOURDOUGHS--Pioneers used to keep a-keg o"sou.dGlIghh
disappeared Ia World War I. Is te us." The man who come t ,
:. love with Lieut Spans Cordon. She Is "You're being very crude." Julia an Indifferent stranger. 4 to make bread while camping. This dough was made of flour salt, Cl7
f upset to lean her brother Rle Is la told And I and a little vinegar 10 hasten fermentation It was kept tn the sun to -
that It's all "Oh. Ricky me.
F love with Sandra Calvert. aa elder woman said coldly.I think"She'll rH see take up some remember yes.now that Rod Mackey Proper Fly Control 1 rM"'. When" there teas no sun, the pioneer took his keg to bed with him\\-
Daring her absence Richard visits, a gag. to keep it tearm. _
4 After all. she is told me that Richard's father was :
her mother. and tens her he Is 'cold orange Juice. Eliminates Disease
; "JilU. least""Dooley his friend. But the resemblanceis ::: 4;:;' J; r ;:::';
,. DOW Captain Mackey. Julia is heartsick our guest-to-da at -....... .
at Us lack of interest in the put you'll ruin everything remarkable uncanny really.
Richard sees Rie and tells him he knew Take her up a pair of slacks and You don't know Roger Mackey' Proper Equipment and SEWING CIRCLE -' :2&&
,( e: his lather In France. Later he threatens tell her we feed the pigs at five "I have no friend whose name is ui _
fj t '' Sandra, but she marries ale anyway. o'clock." Mackey" Julia answered calmly. Application ImportantMany -
ff i ;;J"! j Be has the boy transferred and Sandra II
red paint off hands uncertain ;
"She'U bust aU that But her were
!;; arrives at the farm to live. Julia"bean diseases and cases of con CooCiiz/orlab& .
... L chortled. cold fear .JI-ollJe ol.Jr
?i ; from Richard who tells her be made her finger-nails. John and as she dressed a lamination are traceable to flies.
She But Julia was firm. She carriedthe pressed on ner throat This was
I i"a. attempt to prevent the marriage. Spraying with DDT and other new
: is thankful that he has shown himselfto little tray'up to Ric's room but something she had not foreseen chemicals presents the first truly effective <1J
.!.ti': be a father at last.CHAPTER when she came down there was an that Sandra could be a danger. means of controlling flies. ;bafe'eJJ.JJ llSnail}l

f"_, !i odd, tight expression around her When Dave came he was a little DDT Is amazingly effective for .

.- >r ;: XVI mouth. stunned at the sight of Sandra. several weeks. Flies landing on '\ -->;

"She asked me if there was any "This is Ric's wife Dave" Julia treated surfaces die In a few minutes \ { '
t i! t? ; whiskey in the house. She said she :
introduced them.
... Foster she thinking irritably. from a condition similar to delirium i
\ 1; could at least have unloaded that felt faint" "You might have prepared me" ,tremens. The main steps to )

:.: ';i odorous bag of fertilizer from the Jill's eyes sparkled. "Go and get Dave said. "After all. my arteriesare a good fly control program are:
'1{ back! Or was that a part of Jill's Foster's jug of corn. Gramp. The" hardening and the aging should First: Clean up the breeding -

i f: and John L's diabolical contriving one he hides in the pump-room. be protected from sudden shocks." places where flies lay their eggs. j. .
that -
evident m"n' '
;t, The old .man had been as impish It was too swiftly "How foolish!" Sandra cooed. Second: Spray DDT on all sur- f'." I
t be part ofBuzzard's
warlock this Sandra would never' a and I faces where flies For this .
'f. and secretive as a "You know you aren't old gather.
:. morning. Hill. She came down to do hope I'm not a terrible shock?" work a sprayer developing some > I

!'. Sandra wrinkled her nose as she supper, languid and cool in a green Jill sprawled in a chair groundher pressure Is needed. A garden type !' i

::; got into the seat and brushed off silk frock every curl in place. I teeth. compressed air or larger sprayer Li-1V: : } .<- ,: I

:' 'the cushion a bit fretfully with her Dishes of grits sausage and "Dave means you're rather "an will do the job efficiently. Around

...:':= handkerchief. She asked "Is it very scrambled eggs were in the middleof abrupt addition to the McFarlane the home spray the doors windows, II

.;{, far?" as Julia came back from the table. tribe" she said. the back porch out buildings et .

superintending the loading of the "Mamie doesn't serve at night"Julia "Did Ric come home too?" cetera. On the farm the ceilings Pk11i .ti:

luggage> and slipped the key into explained "She has been can- '"Oh no, they sent him off to !

the Ignition. some horrible school." Sandra re- i ttr' l \ I

; "Five miles, A breeze in ordinary plied, quickly. "He's supposed to ._-1,_>'- 1!

:: times.ow we never come in unless learn to be an officer or maybe it's i
I :i
: we have to. Our tire quota is small a gunner-he wasn't very certain '

i in this county and even with a about it We hardly' had time to j, ;;, "'.......

priority we have to wait for say good-by." : r'
months." "He'll probably make a good '\ v. f ; I

i ? "I hope Ricky's tires are good." gunner and I can't think of any- f : .. .,
> Sandra remarked. "Fd rather thing more important in a war than i :"f
-. %i/1/ counted 'on joining him soon. It's gunners." .f ., "

;'i absurd to be separated uselessly. I Sandra drew her lips in piteous-
;i; think." ly. "But he'll be in danger! Gun- --.c .' :ri-

1$ t:}; "Ricky's tires?" Julia repeated a ners ride in those planes. They're < / ,,'
tf bit puzzled. shot at. I can't bear to think about 1' J.

F "Ricky told me about his red

i I'f, roadster. He was so sorry to have c it""The thing to do then." said Jill : :

r' <;:; to give it up." Sandra babbled on."I'm curtly, "Js not to think: about it"This :

": I sure he'd expect me to use is a war where anybodycan ,'
: it.' be shot at." Dave remarked. "

So, Julia thought unhappily, Ric "The army and navy have no monopoly 1628'-

r nil was turning into a McFarlane liar, i on danger." ..0.20 : :i.

too! How was she to explain to "It's a war where almost any-
l' this eager greedy woman that the thing can descend on you" drawledJill. 1607 Summer Frock 'i.

ti red roadster belonged to Jill? John "And not always bombs .and Compressed air sprayer develops L 34-48 ExpERTLY designed VrithjI I

;. I I. had bought it for her. had.re- things in parachutes." 40 pounds pressure for. barn b1J youthful air is this smart frock' j

r 't. ; sented it whenever Jill loaned the Dave said, "How about going toa and livestock, spraying for all your summer activities; i!

: 'n: car to Ric. Ric had had a car the movie Dooley? rye got six gal- and walls of barns poultry houses Bold ric rac accents the'-tai'!. }I

_;: e4 ': last year he had been in college. lons of gas left and a new ration and hog houses should be sprayed. sleeves and upper skirt and)lot o..
!'' '1 but he had traded it off. impulsive I ticket coming up Monday" Two how cleverly the large buttons
f. I ly, to buy a quarter interest in 'a "Go along Dooley," prodded Jill. will provide or excellent sprayings control.a year A DELIGHTFULLY cool house trim the !
dress bodice.'t
warm summer
'. plane that one of the co-owners had
Julia said with
"You Dave.
go DDT is. positive: but slow In Its Brief sleeves comfortable
are so
crashed and burned soon after Jill. You haven't had any fun lately Pattern No. 1628 is for sizes 10_UUt4,
action. 'Dairymen still are using a nipped-in waist insures a neat IS, 18 and 20. Size 1%. eap sleevesJS'A
_; n '. "Ric must have forgotten that I either hand sprayers for a quick knockdown fit. Two handy pockets are shaped yards of 33: or 39-inch; 3 yards ric rccfiF
t ir') he disposed of his car last year" '"No I refuse, definitely I of visiting flies at milking time. like tulips and finished with color- Send your order to: ?. Stf-k,

,,: she said. "So much has happened I wouldn't try to fix my hair and wig The hand sprayers also are conven- ;(/
ful binding to match the neckline.
\ t since he enlisted that It got out of gle into clothes with only one arm ient for spraying again those areas SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT

.: 1 t, his mind. There is a red roadster to see Clark Gable in person. .I exposed to rain where DDT may be Pattern 1607 comes In sizes 34. 36 3$. 530 Sooth Wells St. Chicago 7j Q.
\ f on the place but it belongs to his picked corn today Dave. In al, washed off. 40, 4%, 44. 46 and 48. Size 36 4 yards of Enclose 25 cents In coins for each '
I 35 or 39-inch ZY2 yards trimming.ANOTHER '
i l C sister, ,and it's put up too." splint" Tell that to the Russian wom- The types of sprayers for fly con ; pattern Pattern desired.No <1:1'7": :

i I! "Oh." Sandra was obviously up en. trol Include: (1) hand atomizers; (2) Name !
"He talked much about It- Sandra sat with her small feet hand r AM1AAAM1M1AM1M1M1M1M1M1e 1
set. so action
J "This is Rte's wife Dave." pump knapsack: Addr-u :
I. .1 I I can't understand IL"J crossed a watchful look in her wheelbarrow and bucket pump ASME ?

i 1 Julia was grateful when at last the ning peaches today, and she's eyes. sprayers; (3) compressed air-usual ?
&. gate-posts and white pillars of Buz. tired. Will you have buttermilk "You must scold them for work ly 2 to 4 gallons In size; (4) engine ; r f

f 1 zard's Hill came into view. Sandra? Or perhaps you'd rather ing so hard, Mr. Patterson." she operated sprayers from % to 1}

t I "Oh.". breathed Sandra. "That's have some tea?" said sweetly. "rm sure it's quite H.P.. up In size. At least one of A General Quiz ? Does IwKnown..
I t the place isn't it? I recognize Itt "That will do-If you haven't any unnecessary." each type should be available.., M1I AM1M1M1AM1M1M1M1M1M1AM1eLAM1M1 ,

; 1 from the picture Ricky has. It's coffee.' Sandra sighed. Jill's feet hit the floor with a The Questions 4742cs

i. 'f beautiful! "Rationed. Jill said. "You thud.a'bad Jill's. eyes- were the eyes of Flavor and Value of 1. How far below the surface of

>, i j "It's very old."' Julia said. "The wouldn't remember that living ina filly."Sandra the earth do earthquakes start?
\ i house 4 was built by slaves, the brick hoteL" is a very naive person Milk Can Be RetainedIn 2. What is white gold?
Dave she drawled in lev- x
a deadly
'I > i was made right on the place. But "We could make Sandra one cup el voice. "Ric told her that we recent months small unit pas- 3. How long does it take an or-

: t I we like it" of coffee" Julia said. "After all were country gentry, and 'she be- teurizers have been placed on the chid to bloom?

t The others were waiting on the she's had a hard trip." lieved it"Sandra market Tests con- 4. Did the Italians invent macaroni -
t: lawn. (Oh. Jill, why did you" have ?
She went to the kitchen and narrowed her tinted ducted by state ex
r. I'i to have on those dreadful overalls eye % 5. What word in the
dripped some hot water through lids. '"Oh no," she said. coolly. "I periment stationsand English language
f Julia was p hlnking.) Her broken fresh grounds under Mamie's disapproving do not believe all I hear JilL research or- has the most definitions?
":. arm in a grimy looking sling her
eyes. Sometimes I do not believe anythingat ganizations have Bobby Feller was clocked as
f. i pretty hair tied up in a bandana, a "Now I got to use them groundsover alL" z proven that the throwing a ball at what speed? ,

-,7, feed bucket in her hand. Jill came for breakfast and you won't Antagonism crackled like static In ;i< taste quality or 7. When was the Dominion of ?

{ forward grinning.'I' like it." Mamie grumbled. the air making Dave definitely un- sc value of milk: pasteurized Canada established?

"Hi. Sandy! she shouted."You're Sandra murmured. "Thank you" comfortable. 4 by these 8. Which Italian city is known as
Just in time. We need another units Is not dimin the "Bride of the Sea"?
faintly when the cup was put before "How about it, Dooley? Are you
:.:'- hand with the pigs.. coming' he asked. ished-but on the 9. What is 'the area of the Sa-

I Sandra said "How do you do?" her.Foster had been bullied by Julia "Go along, Dooley don't be sucha other hand the hara desert? -

nervously. Shook hands with John Into carrying the trunk up the stick!" urged Jill. "Buy her a health factors are greatly increased. 10. Is a peacock's beautiful train Snoop Looks everywhere
-' 1.. appraised him There Is a serious milk-borne dis- of feathers his
briefly, and then the meal tail?
>>- stairs and as soon as hot dog and some strawberry pop. for a bite to eat-except in his feed
; Ignored him. She made a little gesture was ended Sandra went up to un- Dave. Make her relax. She's been ease danger using raw milk: This pan. If only his mistress would fill
with her tinted fingers. "My like fiddle for may be entirely eliminated. With The Answers
trunk-" pack. strung up a days. many cities, counties and districts with Gro-Pup Ribbon! Crisp:
: "I'll bet on one thing" Jill said "If this is a therapeutic treatment demanding pasteurization of 1. No more than 6 or 8 miles Toasted, Made with 23 essential
"My gosh. muttered Jill.There's milk to
grimly. I'll bet she hasrft any I'm not going." Julia tried to laugh. be sold, the small units will down. nutrients. Economical too. One box
here to prove
'nobody carry it money. And how can she go to join "But if it's supposed to be fun. I of value to owners of a small 2. Gold combined with nickel supplies as much food by dry wefc&tas
upstairs. Foster's number
( away over the Ric. when he'll be sent off to war? might be tempted." and zinc five Mb. eons of dog food!
bill of cows who desire to retail their
pulling You'll
: corn. have to unpack to be patient and 3. Ten to twelve Gro-Pup also'' and laPelEtU.
:< Are you planning "It's for fun Dave said. 'But excess milk: supply. The years. comes in Meal
it out here I only
; t guess Sandra sweet with her for the duration, we'll miss the last show if we to avoid disease from 4. No the Chinese did. It was For variety feed all three.
and carry the stuff upstairs." way milk
i Dooley!" spend too much time talking about Is to heat it sufficiently to kill all introduced into'Europe by the Ger-

", "OiV but I couldn't! All my "As-long as she's Ric's wife and it" disease-producing bacteria-this mans, who taught the Italians how B1tGROPUP
can' :
# dresses-an4 shoes and things!" to make it. I I Dogs
C s under our roof Fll be kind Julia "I'm sorry to leave you,Sandra. only be done properly by pasteuriza
'We'll manage some way. said with firmness. "I never had a Julia tried to smooth the troubled Hon. Boiling will kill bacteria. 5. The word "set." In Webster's jII4I14

.i Sandra* Julia said. 'mother-In law, but I' know what I air as she prepared to go. "But New International dictionary it has %= I l l
', She led. Sandra up the stairs tot would have liked her to be." there are some' good programs on 235 major definitions. f i t
L. Ric's old room, noting instantly that the radio." Hurdle for Hogs 6. At 98.6 miles per hour. r- a+BeoN M-

c4; Jill had removed the good candlewick Sandra Presents "Don't start making company out s.... 7. July 1, 1867.

r counterpane and replaced it of Sandra." Jill protested. "She's 8. Venice.

.: with faded madras A New Problem"Your don't rate 9. Approximately .-
it a green thing family. Family any special : 2f 3% million s m.cns.rsar.w
,. I l; from Mamie's quarters."I mother-in-law wouldn't consideration." square miles.

t:. hope ''you'll' be comfortable have had a daughter-in-law like Julia slumped in Dave's car and s' 10. No. The "eye" feathers that

: here" she said.rile bath is next ;your daughter-in-law Mrs. McFar- let her shoulders droop. -make up the fan are technically I

>:' door down the hall and we have lane. Every time she passes a mirror called tail couverts. They grow

-t'. supper at six." she stops and does something to Julia Goes over the bird's real tail. '

> 'Thank you I think FU lie her eyebrowal Some time when To Show"I

down." Sandra looked wan. she does that-'rn start screechingat a il t.Much CM3 -'"
f.J-. her." ? shouldn't go." she said. "The D2

Some Coffee' Sandra was wandering around girl's strange and a little edgy and TO cootSCALDS aus
,, The welfare
t { floor when Julia went up. Jill has been acting like a fiend time can be saved in herdIng committee of the
For the Guest the upper trace of slyness in ever since we heard she was com moving or catching hogs by town decided to form a band and CHAflNO
There was a Quickly and com
those apply soothing
Julia heard the old four-poster Sandra's eyes .a smug expression ing. I feel as though I had been use'of the easily constructed hurdle .wishing to Join were instructed fortlny-pRAY'S OINTMENT with
riding a bomb ever since the train above. fill out a form. Among its wholesome
-: squeak before she reached the head around her mouth. shown antiseptics and na
those who did was the ture aiding:medication.Nothing else
came in. blacksmith;,
f of the stairs. She little had mutual
was a angry I didn't know we and he like it-nothing comforting
i' with JilL There ,was no point in friends. Mrs..McFarlane." she said. Dave said soberly "So Rle Not Pesslble to Make "I was now being interviewed pleasant for externally so causedDELUSIONS skts
1 carrying this thing to absurdity. .1 knew Roger. liackey: In the is- dumped another package of trouble"in band you like to join the troubles. 35c. Get a packag* today.
and that ,
older While SHR Shines you would prefer
4 But when she found the two of themon lands." your lap" She's than he Is.Isn't Hay a cornet," said the welfare '-
the Mackey Julia caught she? Too often rain before official.
screen porch drinking from "Roger comes the "Have
: cold bottles of pop she knew by her breath and fought for-a casual "She looks older She must be.She's ., bay can be field cured or placed In "No,"you said any the qualifications blacksmith MaIIylltfNlley"Slfferers,
been married before. She "but
the in Jill's and and the barn. Barn-drying: is
glint eye the attitude. a system I'd like to learn
happened to notice his Jill won't get along at an. but what to the weather and I could put Suffer
jc : twitching of old John L's mustache 1 Just designed overcome in a good bit of practice."
a that anything she could say would picture there on JHT dresser. A can I do? I can't" turn Ric's wife. hazard in making bay. New, York: "The funny thing is," said Thy thine flair b skalh ,.j.peaas yetty RasoneyL

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know' Rod anywhere. worry get so -possible to 'prodaceblpquaUt7'hay : dde 4rite/oa,,?
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of herself. Odd that: Ric who' cornet. All
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went to France m-the'IaJt.--r. days 2
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living room last night." "I don't care If opportunity does only knock once-I *
can't go out with you tonight .

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r enough for a trousseau, too. Use
_/LITTLE a dainty flower sprigged fabric and #
trim with two-inch lace banding at
REGGIE By MargaritaS -- -- the neck, self-material or embroi ,_
dered ruffling for the "butterfly" _"
WgATS THI3 GEE THIS *11p't i '
Pinwheel and
THERE 1 I REGGIE 1 SJ Square Rugs sleeves. The appliqued_ bow-knot "
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1 r NEWHAT ly rugs for your home. At top. applique pattern. finishing instruction for 'l'l'I I
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the round pinwheel rug is crocheted 5138) send 20 cents in coin your name i
of just four balls of rug address and ,pattern number. ;
yarn. Below, the knitted rug is 'a
yard square and so easy to do. SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK :
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% My HAIR An old toothbrush handle is an Soak table linens to be laundered ,
AT ALL excellent means for ,opening up in clear cool water before .-
or running a. cord through a placing them in hot suds. The :
starched hem. cool water will help remove stains
-.- before hot water sets them.
: Dave several round pot holderson -.-
; T1'T1'Iruu hand as well as square ones. Your iron won't stick if it's run,
These are very handy for remov- over salt that is sprinkled on a
i w ing pies and puddings from the paper toweL .
oven as there are no corners to -
drop into the food and make the In doing a small plaster repair
holder sticky. job it is well to remember to wet :
By Arthur Pointer -.- the inside as well as the outside
JITTER In baying fish, select the ones surface of the crack. The reason

with bright bulging eyes if you for this is that old plaster like ,\ ,
want tasty ones. a sponge, hi a way. It will suckV '
-.- the moisture out of the new plaster -t ..._ '
It's all right to leave opened .tf
and make it virtually worth. i i
canned goods in the original tin less. I
cans in the refrigerator for a short Ii II i
period. But cover the can to pre 1m I i
vent absorption of other flavors :

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Corned beef, tongue, and fish I iI I
dishes are given an unusual zest 816', COLD ,
with horseradish salad dressing.
Dellcus Dpjj V i ij is \
Combine one-half cup cooked sal-
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Yi- to achieve a new dressing, \
By Gene Byrnes H
Lunch-box vegetables (such as
carrot strips and celery) stay I
WHAT KIND .x- LOOttS UKE vUS7 LEMMG l fresh longer if they're sliced small
\ T rS / SHOW YA HOW to fit into waxed
PuP enough a
A paper
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IN THAT An ice cube in their midst
WHO owNf / foooue AHs I V IT? VMVAUHTMIN"in 6ETiP OPINION 8t1TCH AMEA RAIN ,( will keep them ice-box fresh. This \ *nt iciit in tins tr
x ir\ OWNS ITS will make a hit with lunch-box RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

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Georgia Family .Has 18 Cp3 ,

Additional Fingers, Toes \ MAGIC ; .

The family record for having BRINGS RttSSEO WEt.i.1* j
polydactylism the possession of an
abnormal number of fingers and Urge B0tttea. MMcUSSauS KM Sor I jI
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By Len Klels toes is believed to be held by'the 111 IIH 1116 STtlfl w IT tit M rtafn(I met I I
'VIRGIL Johnson a Negro family living to- juua >m tt,Ut.jitmiimt I.mini

AW TilEY d t T1IEYMY day in Colquitt county. Georgia, 1
yptrl;7utE stH says Collier's.
IATJ XEHK 'M 'SWD Inheriting the condition from her
plySIGIL'2THOt1C lf LITTLE M father the mother transmitted it a
ODMYJ( toles WAR STAMVSl to seven of her ten children, and Ts bald year loos appers and isvan I
the eight together have 18 addi- ray comfortably day uydenUMa sears all amansrj dst-Bad d e,
tional normal digits ranging from powder corny!Bailed flTAFZ. Not t attoeMtodsyyl wmaar'
one extra toe on a son to two ex 5i
tra toes and three extra fingers on Accep no anbwItel.TAI '
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