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 20, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 33No. 5 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 20, 1947 -
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AIubIeIarrekd. Going Lead Barefoot to Serious May Annual Meeting of Word Chandler From Who Morris Will L. Economy Roofing Company Awarded

l"ally The Trouble I First Church of Make 10-Week Cruise Job Through Their Bid on the Ihw.

Fleet Home Town News Center,
FkrMiP.&L Going barefoot in this hot weath. Christ Scientist Building 1-A Ninth Naval Roof For Okeechobee County Jail

er feels good for lots of youngsters Dist. Great Lakes. Illinois i i
and adults too-but It can lead to I I

serious trouble according to a The Board of County Commit* I
BOSTON. Mass June 2-Affirming Morris L. Chandler, coxswain
A double.ban le ed appeal, .to5 vacationer REV. MARTIN AND FAMILY I
warning issued this week by the that God rules the affairs otmr.n. ton of William F. Chandler of sioners of Okeechobee County. i
to spend this summer in Florida State Board of Health. ARE SOJOURNNG IN Florida, met in adjourned session I i
I The Ch-'stian Science Board Okeechobee, FUu, is serving aboard
1 Florida is planned by ,the Florida A skin disease called "creeping of Directors told the annual meeting the battleship USS Wisconsin, GEORGIA TWO WEEKS on June 18, 1947 at 10:00 A. M

Power Light Company Mrs Park : eruption" larva mlgrans is very Present were: Commissioners C.
of The Mother which will make extended
Church. The an Rev. and Mrs. M. E. Martin and
} arson manager of the company,' prevalent in Florida, declares Dr. Firt Church of Christ, Scientist, cruise to Europe training midshipman two sons Maron and Simeon left E. Drawdy, Chairman; M. E. Mob- ;
announced today. .'" Edwin Riley, epidemiologist, especially ley. O. J. Chapman, R. M. Dur
7cLrd"Summer in Boston Massachusetts that from the U. S. Naval Acade. last Saturday for a trip to Pelems.
In addition to their post : in hot weather when folks ranee; Attorney T. W. Conely Jr., i
that neither fear nor animality can my. Annapolis Md. visit with
Ga. where they are to
_gram" mailed bY| ous- are inclined to shed their.shoes and Clerk Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. j
give evil power: to boast itself over The Wisconsin will visit Scot- Mr. Martin's, relatives and their
ands of iu customers every sumI when cats and dogs are allowed Upon motion by Commissioner
good. 'land, England. Norway and Cuba
friends. They will be away two
her since 1937 during;the
I except
freedom to Chapman seconded Commissioner
more roam. by -
Supporting this challenge, Mrs. on the ten-week cruise. weeks. During the absence of Rev
-i War, the power company J ixnr is Cats and dogs enter the picture, Helen Chaffee Elwell newly elect Launched two years! after the Martin the Rev. Will Bethey will Durrance. the bid by Econo-
i presenting an eyeopening,4oklet pointed out Dr. Riley because of my Roofing Company was accepted
ed President of The Mother Church Pearl Harbor attack, the Wiscon. fill his pulpit at the Independent
; to arouse summer vacafiolnter- a hookworm they have which pass.es for roof of the Jail for 1575.00 to
urged both pulpit and press to sin made up for: lost time by perticipating Missionary Baptist church on the
: est of Floridians as well asxruCot- its eggs into the feces of the ani- furnish all labor and material and i
unite in% crusade of righteousness.The in every major campaignfrom fourth Sunday in June. Simeon I
} staters. Iflg mals. These eggs, when they de hour has struck she indicated, 1944 to the surrender of the recently finished his course in the apply a twentyjrear Barrett Pitch .
i Entitled "Let's StaratHome", velop on the ground and come in 'elt and gravel roof.
"for the Japanese. She harassed the
Church to dare to be a ene- Tampa Beautitian College and he I
i this presentation origInally a iea_ contact with human skin, can Upon motion by Commissioner
David. my at Leyte and Luzon In the Phil Parlor at the
will Beauty
1 tore section of the Jane Issue of open a j
cause an irritated skin condition. Mobley seconded by Commissioner
To "the harassed employer and ippines and later in the Japanese MacDill Field immediately upon
: the Florida Power g Light Com.pany'a When the worm enters the skin, the dissatisfied worker" and to home waters. Since the war's end his return from Georgia. Chapman, the Board agreedTto pay

I < house organ -Sunshine usually through the feet or hands, nations generally the Directorsand she 'has made a goodwill tour to an additional $1300.00 to the hangar
i Service News", has attracted such It causes intense itching and, with contractors (making a total of +
the President of the Church America and five Naval reserve -
,1 wide interest among those who Inca period of days a little curved Recent $9250.00), which would completely ,
held out the hope of harmony not training cruises to Panama Digest $f
| have eeen it that the company is
elevation can be seen indicatingthe as a miracle but rather as a simple Mrs. Frank Chandler, mother of finish the hangar. !
: reprinting it as a booklet.'' course the worm takes as it Upon motion by Commissioner !
witnessing to the fact that amity this soldier who has served six: TheAttorney
I Illustrated with lively, pictures wanders around under the skin. springs naturally from the appli- years in the Navy ia of the opinion Opinions By Durran seconded by Commis- '\

f| the booklet is available to oham.'s. Dr. Riley stressed that if this cation of of spiritual power. that he may be coming home after
's.\ bars of commerce, business houses condition ia not treated, it may be- Not only improved industrial re. the cruise for a visit and bringing General :i voucher to the Okeechobee Build. t

I and Individuals free of charge, come secondarily infected and lead lations and better government, but along with his the lovely wife he era Supply Co. for 3485.00 for material

I Mr. Parkerson the manager, said. to a very serious illness. also the health of the individualcan ; took as his lifetime pal while in for the hangar.

,:.I t A request to the company's, office So, you who are in the habit of be attained through spiritual Atlanta, Ga., a year ago, but that .School boards have no authorityto As no bids were received on

: t will bring the desired number of goin without footwear or, digging understanding the Directors cqn- lovely daughter.in-law recently team up with county commissions blinds for the Court House the
I t booklets. "Winter visitors hare to In paying for Insect spray-
barehanded in your garden, should tended. i wrote a letter' to Mrs. Chandler In Clerk was authorized to write for
Fji I travel hundreds and thousands of ing programs, according to Attorney I
lookout for evidence lids for next
keep a sharp any Continuing in this theme Mrs. which she proudly voiced the fact the regular meeting. I
*"i I miles to enjoy Flolrda", said Mr of creeping eruption. Con. General J. Tom Watson. In Application was received for
Elwell said: "There are those who that she had just spent their first
',.j I Parkel'8On.be ,Florida Powef: Sc suit your physician if you notice see little amity for hope among the wedding anniversary with her husband an opinion delivered lo State beverage license by Hiram C. King, I II
: Light Company plan Is ',for Fieri, School Superintendent Colin English and motion Commissioner
t symptoms of the disease. nations who even despair of establishing where he is stationed in Vir- I upon by I
loans at much less expense to en the attorney general said !
Durrance duly seconded by Com- !
ginia and that they had made it a
Joy all .the thrills and fun thai the harmony peace, or even that where a county commission missioner Mobley was disapprov. j jed
All Commercial friendliness the families of royal occasion.
winter visitors have1tere.. As*forK promises money to non-educational for the reason that three lIcen- I j

t businessman- this summer va, the earth." Their world la dark. In. prospect, such as spraying DDT, on ces have already been approved ; !

a cation .dollar is the ,cheapest ,new Fishermen to Pay deed. Celebrates 17th condition that the school board for that area outside the incorporated U
Beyond that, there are I
many school boardis
acl4. match its funds the
dollar he, r He lifts ? t. WytJS winter tae111tSes'f .;new persons who despair of coping with without legal authority to prom- The Board adjourned. Ii
,> } ... lf-lmJOsH Tax the unleashed material forces of an Birthday By Lively ;;
amo\bus eaa.'i | > ise such funds. This is so even Board of County Commissioners :j
she out. "Such
atomic age pointed
] 1 i picture t :Jp' though the board attempts to Okeechobee Florida.
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: ec NAME at Her HomeIn pledge future revenue from the X
:f NEW DIRECTORS FOR Party C. DrawUjr, Chairman. ,ii i
7.. ti1&'{ t masenrn'l'>Yi 'G4 .., ASSOCIATION HERB SUNDAY Standifers Arrive to Take racing tax which will go to the Attest: II
I-; I school board. I
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Mabel Raulersoa Sheffield, ;
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.' I Pastorate at Methodist :Jonor ot her seventeenth ClerxV, t
$ ..4 QOt a tm rML. Althou --UBd en.ra.I.sstata :- _- .. -:,
-- Chtit cbi'Fid- ,-, frthda7 Susan Hancock, daughter ir r.c "" < -- ;
.--1' .a. ,!1Vtem i i i>frli >CaYe t' teecf oboe : ,
; Lmake
t epee.lcard intittngvaea onlks'"tocotne of Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Hancock; en lay a'Policeman' cam arrests

.I 'South to"Wa(orc oied'Ftorlj at Commercial a meeting Fisheries here Sunday Association after, The Rer. E. T. Standifer arrived tertained k group of friends at her outside his municipality a Shout. 301 (Wiwr
j da and, try a summer.'sample of noon decided to impose a tax of with his family in Okeechobee last home in peBerry Gardens, Tues. policeman who also is a deputy g -e-
". Those who. ,wish day evening. sheriff can pursue and arrest a For
Florida living. Church
Friday afternoon, to assume the Baptist
one cent a pound on fish caught
limits if
outside the city a
send of'them as they The hoiie> was attractive with person
may as many pastorate of the Methodist church.A .
sale not subject to other taxes,
is commit-
The postage all "Sam- Its color :scheme of yellow and crime or misdemeanor
please. to large group turned out to hear MniM
further the work of the organi
'; mergrams" is paid by Florida I Ii zation.A his initial sermon.Sunday morning, green which theme was carried ted in his presence Attorney Gen. Training

!.i Power Sc Light Company. Over a which was very well received. out in the punch and beautiful eral J. Tom Watson has ruled.
bill introduced 1
and passed at However, he added, it is doubt
<< million of these summertime in. The Standifers.seem to be a very birthday cake.
the recent Legislative session by matching ful it even a deputy sheriff could About three hundred f feeople
vltatlons have been distributed by pleasant likable family interested The evening was spent
Rep. W. J. Hendry of Okeechobee various pursue a law violator outside the gathered at the Baptist Church on
'. wits| and knowledge at
the company. especially in people, whichis
i imposes a tax of one cent a poundon asset to church. quiz| games and as the scores were limits of a county on a warrant Monday to attend an Aattcl&tfonal.
all bream and crappie taken in an any Studebaker from a city court alone, or for violation Training Union beglnnig in the
high prize a
i Devil May Lurk In seine, this tax: to go to the Department The congregation and pastor are car.lwent to Ted King; a diamond of a city ordinance. He early J
forward mutual under- :
looking that 1
i l Bubble Gum of Conservation to provide standing and happiness togetherand ring f.tG! Ernestine. Hunt and as pointed out that many municipal This Union Indian River

!. ---- this board with sufficient funds to consolation prize McKlnster Roe ties in their charters from the Association, represents three counties -

t Innocent appearing bubble gum properly enforce the regulations the people of Okeechobee are wasJawarded balloon. state have special provisions allowing and had representatives from

may not be aa Innocent as Ithas on Lake Okeechobee. invited to come and meet the a :Molll- police officers powers not Melbourne down"?! the coast to
Cat prizes were won by
Standifers and the
seemed according to a report received Such a tax had already been enjoy good fel. and Al Raulerson. contained in the general act, and Stuart
of church. Boetfger
by the Florida State Board suggested by the fisheries group lowship Te group was also entertained that each such arrest by a municipal An Executive Board meeting was

i of Health this week. with which to have a survey madeof some tricks of magic by Tex: officer outside the municipality held in the afternoon, and was 10..

1 The Federal Food and Drug Ad the lake fishing by noted ma. Host to Large Party wltlj Kin would have to be Judged by the lowed by a delicious chicken and '
ministration has advised the State mine biologists. The passage of the ending the party were: Bar particular law in each case. rice dinner prepared and served

Board of Health that a number: of Hendry law leaves only a tax on bard Keck, Ernestine and FerilieHnri by the ladies of the' local church.A .
the "younger generation" several I catfish and such other scale fish Methodist Youth Nancy and Molly Boettger, Attorney General J. Tom Watson worker from Louisville. Ky..

states ardent users of the rubbery which are not Included In his bill I Al J ulerson, McKinster Roe Car. has advised Alachua county tax presented a visual education program t

substance, have suffered 111 such as stump-knockers, war-mouth Bucky Burgstlner Tex: authorities that a residence in on the work and purposes

i j J affects from the chewing and the perch etc. Last Thursday night T, W. Con- tar trOWel. Jim, Dudley, and John B. Gainesville for use of the Coopera. of the Union after which depart.
i blowing of various brands of bubble R. K. Bell of Miami who has ely jr.. was host to a large gather Living Organization, for housing mental conference meetings were

!L : gum. acted as attorney for the fisheries ing of young people and friends of Watford.| students unable to pay their expenses held throughout the church.
}j ; However to date, no such cases group during the past year of legal the Methodist church. in A is exempt from taxation. Refreshments and a Fellowship
j have been reported to the Florida effort to overcome the ban placedon The evening was very pleasantly A Change Dean R. C. Beaty of the University hour concluded the-days activities.

,'. State health agency. lake fishing by the State Game spent playing games and learningfolk Permit to Sell of Florida has advised the air

;, According to' ,the report, certain and Fresh Water Fishing Commission dances which are becoming Cigarettes torney general that the house had When you hear of a fellow being

t. brands of gum have caused .harm. acted as secretary of Sunday's increasingly popular among the been given to the state board of musclebound it be well to'inn

ful symptoms such as nausea vomiting meeting and H. G. Stewart. Lakes- group, the music being records lie Legislature changed the education under a trust agreementby muscles may referred
which are
sore throat sore mouth.diarrhea port dealer was chosen as chairmanpro especially made for the purpose cigarette law In regard to the per* which the owner was to receive his-fears. -,

: and headaches amonjLToung.uters. I. tern New directors named with full Instructions for their mltfto! sell cigarettes. The permit $150 per month for the rest of his to--between ..<'.-.

I I ,Louisiana, Alabama.-.North.. were: W. J. Hendry H. H Morris routine. After the social hour refreshments wfllb a delivered to dealer at the life. Alachua county had taken .p."-"V

't and South Carolina have reported and Fred Boromel of Okeechobee; of Ice cream and cake time he files his application:: with the view., according: to Dean Beaty, two weeks' vacation with pay cus.

!5f 1 j: v I occurrence of such incidents whiletwo Joe Griffin and Fred Sealey. of were served the ice cream having some member of the State Beverage that such an arrangement made I tomarily aliowedjpublic- employees.The .

? deaths In North Carolina were Clewiston; A. A. Beck and H. G. been made in a new 8.<<1t. freezer, Department who win call on the resident liable for taxes. The'

II'I thought to have been cau8ed"Lby Stewart of Lakeport and Jim Up- a gift of G. L. Sweatt to the Youth all dealers; ao do not send your attorney general said that courts state supreme court has held
t Fetowship League.It disabled War veterans may not
f bubble gum. thegrove of Belle Glade. application to Tallahassee.This have held that property conveyedin that

ij I f The .most probable cause of skin The dealers are attempting to is ,planned to hold these parties permit is in addition to all trust for charitable purpose claim tax exemption for dancing

Injury as a result of bubbles popping set a uniform price for fish and'a each week and a cordial in. other licenses may be held tax exempt.A places, although they may be exempt -

in the face. is the use of syn. special stamp will be made for the v'tatlon is extended to all the young from other' occupational II. VVV

:111 : thetic compounds of resin, or able- fisheries! association which will be folks to come and enjoy these few MAYOR RAULERSON.A.'ID reserve officer is entitled to cense taxes says'Attorney General. xJ
j hours. Hostess tor this week' isMrs. ARE ON VACATION each Tom Watson He had been aakefl
: tic acid in its manufacture declares used on all fish shipments aa a 17 days for military training
j the Food and Drug Admin- guard against bootlegging. Further R. M. Faglie. THIS WEEK yearwithout loss of state salaryor by ComptroUer C. M. Gay if a

' f Istratlon It the Injury is'a stonv.ach discussion in this regard will take other benefits and Attorney disabled veteran fe> exempt: from a

: } or intestinal it may bedue place at a meeting of dealers in LOCAL MEMBERS OF THE Mayor and Mrs. IL H. Raulerson General Tom Watson say w does: $100 license required of each dance

i to other ingredients such as :Okeechobee this coming Sunday BRETHREN CHURCH and family left Saturday tor'Tails. not make any difference how shorts hall, and If a disabled veteran Is

flavoring in the cum. at two o'clock. ATTEND CONFERENCEA basses Marianna and other placesin time he has worked for the state. exempt from license taxes required ;

Most fishing rigs are expecting: large delegation of membersof North and. West Florida where He Is entitled to such military on coin rending machines. The '

We have always proclaimed the to return to the Lake on Monday the Church of the Brethren spent they are spending this week vaca" leave of absence no matter bow attorney general said that the eXI I
e June 16. tioning. They expect to return to fee has worked. -This I emption applied up to ISO,but that ;
fact that married man makes the last week in Orlando where they short a
_, patriotic if the veteran want to operate
here tonight. is lor a
better soldier of the two, single went to attend Annual Conferenceof their leave of :absence ." the attorney more vending: machines thancan: : 11
a s youths do' not have the practice A Jockey is one who rides a race the Church that was In session service for Ms country at
-It in no manner be licensed for $50, he must pay.
; w kh' has been granted the married horse-what would you call the there from June S to 1$. All re- R G. Dynes spent Sunday in Orlando general'added. '
the annual the regular rate.
_4 man. fellow who rides a donkey port a very interesting meeting. with his family. affects his-right !J

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w -" ...Donniespending Jill McFarlane. whose father Richard accepted that but always with that coming being pushed' off In a state s Ns.: out concrete ready block cash.machine.Make mosey BuiLl a

disappeared IB World War L Is U faint tinge of condescension. I sUPpose of dependence, among 'strangers, tartar back :rard.c.. Bet Details"' free.1. .Jack-R.H: ....

love with Lieut., Spar Gordon Her it was because he had no yet she had come. And undoubtedly i
North Fl
brother Rle. becomes involved with father. There was a maleness In Etc Jill decided Sandra was. a resourceful &
Sandra Calvert. a divorcee. Jill Is thrownfrom
% could have creature.Did
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only a
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Richard returns telling her mother touched. I was always less a parentto she believe that when the war WANTEST ;
Female. Make
Miami or 1W
: Julia that he is MOW Captain Mackey. him than just another woman. was over. Buzzard's wm would be- selling our successful 12

bee last" He sees Rie at camp and later threatens By the time he was seven he was long to Rie and that the others AUTO WASH to grocery c,
T ice stations hardware
.,, ; ,\ Sandra but the two marry anyway. treating me with the same sort of would be brushed off casually that stores, etc. Packaged caii
Miss' J Richard has Rte transferred and San casual indulgence that Richard used she would-step into the comfort and lion of people wash their <

. ..-t .: niece of dra arrives at the farm to live. Jill to have for me. He told me the security that'Dooley had worked so store and our counter.product Write Mils for itself,_
aad her John I, try to
k ,' grandfather truth when it suited him. and when hard for years-to win for them all? yrr MINUTE SALES COMP i
s, with ,the make things so acomfortable for the it 0 14X1 Chestast tit" Pkna4eitbia
..i' i woman that she will not stay. She he felt the urge to deceive me. "Fd kill her first!" Jill thought v .t
fi startles Jolia by recognizing the picture never bothered him for a minute. angrily. 'Td strangle her'with my -z; .tt

3 !r : ._ Laurel. of Richard in JOTs room as that "You gave your children two bare hands!" HOME FURNISHINGS& .

from eot of Captain Mickey as a young man. parents. Dooley. Don't forget that""Jill She kicked off the beige pajamas, TOUCH OF OLD WEST Shaggy buffaloes'provide a reminder Sewing Machines--5h
the Old West for visitors at National park In South Dakota
Wind Cave
ing to a,1Mrs. i said that the other day. And and got into the tub and lay there Built Portables $69,95-. !
of it, with one of three parka embracing the nation's mysterious'cave systems. ,
! I was always aware soaking In the comforting water -
-t A :' .,i. Mr a: Ric. He has that charm that Rich- letting her mind drift off blank- soles$87.50; Treadles) ,.! 1

; ") Pas-a..Q1 "I haven't even dared let myself ard has that trick of getting what ly. The radio was playing In Ric's MECCA FOR TRAVELERS terms. Parts and supplies for aIl
motors,controls, button-hate
' ; ; .the wee )pink since Ric's letter came. And he wants, of being untouched by room some jive thing. Sandra had attzc ,.
';; ere'p another danger. Dave. This the disapproval of other people, a come up as soon as Dave went r Write for catalog. T

t' : Woman kind of veneer that kept him apart bored with Jill and Mysteries of SHELTON SEWING MACHmg
i': "";-, Mra. : knows Richard. She knew away drowsyold UndergroundWorld 113 B. Main St Dept. 4. Richnmmg, s sr
t L Y f': \' him in Hawaii. He telephoned last so that he was himself completeand John I., giving them only'the t

> of Arcabeewkt. night He told me that he had tried just a little arrogant entirely curtest of good nights. MISCELLANEOUS"LORD'S :

: 'T to prevent this marriage by having pleased with himself and slightly Beckon AdventurousWNU '
Overhead Jill beard a plane.. flying PRATER" engraved ;J [
the world.
\ Ric sent away, but that they were amused by all the rest of slowly, circling over the town. Every guaranteed. readable
bring Juek i for Sec
There's deadly kind of fascina- Features. : 3 for L6.
too quick for him"'So a The beat of the motors was low ENGRAVER BeE HI. Kunw...

Rie knows about his father?" and near, and she sprang out of the Caves have fascinated man from the dawn of antiquity DIAPERS-Large size, strong 6oubt I '

\ Siewetrt "No. Rie doesn't know. Richard tub and wrapped herself In a towel the present day. Stories of them abound in history, folklore .cotton+Guaranteed aatiafactary ua ,

born, N didn't.. tell him. And Jill doesn't and crouched, at the, window to and mythology, yet these mysterious underground worlds en.r ITOGs.2036PestJaeka.avatetPILETEZ Send check or U,O. We pay J

-: : 'MinuetLucllJ know. glimpse the skimming lights the still beckon the adventurous and the weird scenes to be discovered relieves soreness Ihr1Bb

'They'll have to know, Dooley. b shadow of fleet wings against the there fire imaginations.Three heals Honing bleeding and pn

\ :; Surely you can see now that your purple night sky. That was Spang's great cave systems in the United States have been piles.tor sent Guaranteed.P.P. SI.no.1 oz.c.o.D.tube and SL30 agt r
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i only protection is the truth? sky up there Spang's"wild blue established BRAGG PLA3TEX CO. Moar.rl] y
Mra.H "Dave, I can't ten them! I can't yonder," the hollow, secret endless as parks-Mammoth cave in Kentucky,
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tie Lin make myself do it." roadway that Spang was travelingso Carlsbad caverns in New Mexico and Wind cave in South PERSONALWIGGLE

Ft. Piff "But Richard is alive! You havea happily cow.Awkwardly Dakota. In 1946 these three national'< TOUR EARS .

:; t r living personality to deal with i she scrubbed herself parks were visited by' more than tan. The descent from the natural; Be how.funny One easy get lesson laughs.25e Easy, TEUM if yen rozr tnvr i

Sara ... now, not a shadow, not a memory dry wriggled into a night gown half a minion people. entrance to the 750 foot level is lack Box 1H1. Glendale Canine ;

t, f sad wl' I think 'you're' taking an awful slipping her arm back into the sling. Mammoth cave has been world made via the Green Lake Room
shock to famous for more than a century. It SEEDS, PLANTS ETc. : -
chance Dooley risking a the long's Palace the
law. }l Then she was aware of Sandra -
: 'f Jill much worse than the truth is believed to Chamber REMOVE TREE STUMPS FOB.JCSf E
and t2Dr. L r.'Iiii standing in the door, watching her. and the Papoose Room. Any size-new or old roots and all ;
would 'be. I think you're dead "Funny' thing" Jill was thinkingas have been After lunch in the underground cafeteria out digging. pulling, chopping. bla* ,
wrong." National Parks discovered In Use MAGIC STUMP REMOVES.sate, -
.t.t she looked at the reflection of comes the main event a tour entifie. aranteed.4-oz. (for 38 to. i

turned "Maybe I am," she sighed. Sandra in the mirror "no matter Sixth 1799 by a pio- of the "Big Room" This tremendous 5-lb.SI. 8-oz.or $1.30.larger 16-oz.quantities SZ.75, tide Postpaid sari_ .. i I

'Il Salast ( Dave steered carefully through how much she dresses up you always neer named chamber is about 4,000 feet check or money order COD a a ee
the.thin traffic the edge of the __ In a Series Houchfa whofollowed long 500 feet wide and ADDRESS LABORATORY DFTISIOST
t lure on feel that somehow she isn'tquite 300 feet from H. D. CAMPBELL CO. Rchclte 61,
; { town. clean." Aloud she said "Hello, a floor to ceiling. In this room many f

t t MIS "To my mind, the best protectionJill Sandra. What's on your mind? Is woundedbear city skyscrapers would seem small

; can have Is the truth. But I'm your room all right?" into the cave entrance. A few Here one sees the Temple of the

not going to argue with you. It's Sandra came into the room years later salt petre taken from Sun and the pagoda-like stalagmite, "rtTo

FSp1 your own problem you've had the perched on' the end of the chaise they;cave was used In the manufac- called "Rock of Ages. The trip told your loose uppers and low. = 6

,the elMr misery of it all these years, you'vegot longue, draping aU the flounces ture of gunpowder for. American takes about seven hours. en comfortably secure an day..n6i t

i the anxiety of it now. You may II gracefully about her legs. troops In the War of 1812. and not .. wary every day called try fiTAZS.dentist.Not smtimr a "nietrr du- t

be able to count Richard long after that the great passageways powderl STAZB la nteasaswpaste. --
s stV on keep "It's an right" she said, grudgingly CAVE near the Black Hills Oct 35e tab at drcggst -,
Mondi his Identity concealed. It's to his and domed chambers of Mam- In South Dakota a national park iodayl Accept B cabsUtateiSTAZES"
awfully lonely! You "
i Alcs. own interest, of course. It would be don't know about moth cave became an internationalmecca since 1903, is much smaller In ex- 'd
missing a man so sdI
definitely awkward for him if the for travelers. There are gal- tent than either Mammoth cave or
Hard: much it makes you ill JilL You leries five distinct levels in Mam-
'. War Department got wind of it. couldn't""Oh on Carlsbad caverns, but it has unusual -
I There are always a few blackbirdsin moth cave and during the.coUrse of formations known as "box FOR '
couldn't I? Jill thought FINE
every army, but if they're found the underground trip, the visitor de- work" found in no other caves In

rivedspelt -out it doesn't go well with them." angrily.and But her she face kept controlled her voice casual she scends 360 feet to the lowest level the United States.* The tour of Wind ITCHY s c ,
"What b a blackbird?" where the Echo river winds its tortuous cave requires from to "
two hours
went on brushing. "It is sort of one Quickly apply soothi arts COB-
"A way In eternal darkness. Echo and the return to the forting,GRAYS OrNmESTF with
( man who gets dischargedfrom I surface is
tough to have
your bridegroom river is probably the most distinc- made wholesome antisenfes tad satire -
t flel a military unit for by elevator.
some reason snatched from isn't it? medicatiozLKothmzebo'
,, away you tive and interesting feature of the aiding
or who deserts or leaves his But you must have knows that An additional interesting featureof like it-nothing" so e or ing-or
(1 i command without'complying with cave and a short trip is made on it Wind Cave National park is a pleasant for extern- sflpcaused itta
Mrday something like that would h tppen.You'd In a Cat-bottomed boat Strange troubles 35c. Get pajckiff t fey rHI
I 'J. regulations and then enlists some- been married to a soldier large buffalo ,herd which may be ,
fish,live iiu the '
eyeless river
f ,, -.where else under'an assumed name. "You may_ have changed Rich before." seen ,from,the park road. __.
l' '-. ,That's There are _now more thaiv iso'miles ,.'t..L. .. _!
will : the spot.Richard is in.; right ard's direction, bat you didn't destroy -
t'1"- Sandra's teeth clicked. "It of explored passageways fa MAMMOTH CAVE. Carlsbad caverns
r now, and he's probably him.
: acutely more needn't have happened. It,'was an Mammoth cave and the visitor is and Wind cave are accessibleby
aware of it. than
alien1r are. I doubt if he'll start even you. tion about it It makes you want done for spite by an officer who offered a choice of several tours paved, highways, and all have \ win itits ut naj ir 'Y

1r "r" I was taking a, risk even anything.He to let to break through and make the hates me. He contrived ito; have which vary,In length from 2H to 7% bus or taxi connections with one or ;, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

Mrk you know that he was alive. But if person who owns it aware of you. Ricky sent aw,ay. We had forty-eight hours. On the all-day trip one has more railroads. There are no over t =

her I this woman knows anything aboutIt Even when I was so furious at Rich- hours! Forty-eight hours Jot' each lunch at the Snowball Dining Room night facilities at Carlsbad caverns Y -

1 evet that's another angle and a bad ard Sunday night when he came other and then there X was- 267 feet below the surface. Aq, indi- but there are tourist camps near

1" shesins'! one." f back. I was feeling that irritation alone)" cation of what one may expect to the park entrance and hotels in

the Impelling to crash,through that "But of course you were more or see is given by the names of some Carlsbad N M. A free campsite is MIUGJC

,I "She saw Richard's picture in shell of his. get past that mocking less used to being alone. The adjustment of the formations in the cave: Bottomless provided in Wind Cave National

.i ,, Jill's room and identified it in smile, find some vulnerable spot wasn't quite as difficult: as Pit, Fat Man's Misery park but the nearest hotels or cab-

II stantly'a a. picture' of Roger some place where he could be though you'd been with Rie :for Ruins of Karnak Frozen Niagara, ins will be found in Hot. Springs. BRINGS BLtSSCJ) ftCUE*

shajwee Mackey.: I could see her mind working.'She's hurt Ric's like that too. Suave months or maybe years." \ Violet City Jenny Lind's,Armchair S. D. At Mammoth Cave National Large Bctitea .ui IMIM]'Uo75manSbiM-

i -4 a type rye never met and charming, and entirely remote. "You don't know anything; about and Martha Washington's Statue. park hotels cottages and park a eimii. IK mi as intern* to

va5 i before, Dave. don't know exactly But I should have done something love. Sandra remarked. "Vou Long under private ownership. transportation are furnished. Here m ci;> nit JTIIIJ Nt ran M mt drip\

,... how. to deal with her.," about that when he was small." don't know what torture it was, Mammoth cave became a national also National Park service has free mil mi cr. hi. jitisiimttMyw

row' to"Why on earth" did Rie send her "That very aloofness may save seeing him got! AU I could do jras park in 1941 largely through the campsites and picnic areas.
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"Because you. anyway he Ric Dooley," Dave reminded her. stand there at that gate and watch foresight and generosity of the peo- All three caves are illuminated by

3 else to do with didn't know what "If Fm any judge of human nature him trudging away looking bac to ple of the State of Kentucky, who modern electric systems; however
her. He .
# dajboi was shippedout this woman he has married won't wave at me. ." She begarj'tocry through personal contributionsmade in the historic section of Mammothcave

3 and suddenly I she Richard did that like it She'll want to absorb every carefully dabbing away every possible purchase of the cave parties still are guided by the B"

suppose had no money. and feeling Rie has she'll tear her mouth twitching. property and its donation to the traditional lanterns' and flickering
: vhwil There's nothing at all to do, Dave, thought federal government pine torches. There are no elevators :
but wait" eat him alive the way some spiders ;
\j ,. devour their mates. Her very lack Words Between t in Mammoth cave and visitors in
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Pailediin Her $ of reticence and reserve will repel Two Girls"If pro- poor condition not e+ ....., ..... ...... :
claimed a national monument in descend to the level of Echo ic1
Ric if it hasn't done that already river Alitdeta.loft,ore x
i thl Duty to Ric She dragged him into this mar Rie hadn't had a home;ffor 1923 and given national park status ,as the climb to the surface is steep. e -One orate._ oIl1lJ 6 pI-iJ.?
leaf 4C
""Here's the riage, by some female trick of you to come to, it would have been In 1930. Probably its earliest' explorer All trips In the cave are conducted e' fon of ri'ecuwe all.1tS .pW- .:

\ isBl should in."movie. I suppose we course, and a few weeks away bad wouldn't it?" Jill kept tier was Jim White a cowboy, by National Park service guides spur B.y ..1,. ..-
go Julia's voice \y/ l
was on the who entered it In 1901. Seeing a I and rangers.
: 18J weary. "Go in and look at imitation from her will cool him down. Very eyes mirror catching .tofatrtnnd_
tragedy and Likely he's wondering right now glimpses of Sandra over her shoul dark moving column issuing from --..,,- ... I : TOMCCO Il-f IUUIS.U. --
sickening thing forget for our own. The what he saw in her, and how he's der. "Just what would you hive the top of a mountain. White inves- a5UMUtCCV.tacolrotlus..

realization that I must me. Dave be is the going to get out of the mess he's done, anyway?" J tigated and found a natural opening 5732 lGlflUIU[ t it
; a very "I don't in the earth which led him 8.M
in." know. I'd have had< to down to .
weak person. No strong woman do something-try to follow Ricky, the caverns. The dark smokelike
k could have muddled "I think" Julia said opening the
db up one life as ..--=
suppose. | column proved to be alive a moving '- -
> r I have muddled mine." door and gathering her
up purse
1 "Or perhaps." Jill was cool, 'jrou stream of bats from down In the
>t "What did you have to do withit and gloves."that the McFarlanemen wouldn't have married him at gil? darkness of the caves. This spec- : k GIRLS! WOMEN!
were not meant for marriageat -
t ? Dave demanded a little You're a smart woman. Sandra tacular flight of bats may' be seen

i angrily. ""Did you create any of all There's an atavistic thing Somehow I can't see you marryinga every'afternoon at dusk during the try this If you're .4.
in them a strutting sort of Insolence
; t these circumstances by any act of boy-even one so attractive as warm months of the year.

is your own? You've taken what came that goes back to plumes Rle. just on an impulse." The descent into Car1sbadcavel'DS NERVOUS
and sabers and knights riding alone.
i with courage and made the best of
1.l' "I suppose you're trying to say from the natural entrance
it I won't have. you blaming yourself The woman who innocently lures a without being nasty about it that I Is an unforgettable experience Oa-COTAa DAYS' Of tiw9-> -, .r
McFarlane into .
: man marriage de-
: married From a point well be- Do disturbances -? :
f Ricky because I thought female function monthly
him. I
'But I must be 'to blame for Rle. stroys destroyed Richard your family had money?" Sandra low the surface one may look' make you feel nervous terMaw+.*:
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t and Sandra will wreck Rie. eo weak and tired out t such tfcn
1 A mother has to be to blame Dave. said viciously. wasn't thinking back through the semi-gloom to Then do try Lydia R. Plakbwn*****3

t.i Your child is given to you-clean, Puts about his family when I married see an endless procession of >' table Compound to relieVe such tys3 jtoma. ,-.
Sandra reg'lazy
t. '" plastic clay, nothing carved upon him. I was only thinking that at people zig-sagging downward '';':_It'satnotu Plntham's for tWsJ Compound Taken JIeipI.

the surface at all, all new and untried On an Act last I loved a man who loved me amid huge boulders and grotesque build up resistance kgaisst u*& -

t .i J to make of it what you wilL and that we had something beautiful rocK formations. The Ue ..Also a great rtoiaxfltte totic4.
"More fantastic
i nonsense!I"
i.5 'I haven't even a father's influence growled Dave, getting out his wal- that we mustn't lose!" erne reminds one of descrIp- l LIIIUAIi'l.mr
for alibi,with Rie. I failed "And tions from Dante's "Inferno." ,
; k an some let before the lighted ticket win- now, said Jill a deadly '.' "=
4r :how,to put strength into his spirit dow. "You may have changed Rich coolness smooth as glass In her Elevators are available for

to make him 'wise enough to judge ard's direction but didn't voice, "you've lost your idyllic: love those who do not wish to descend VU-l4 $
r values, to"ctve.chJm the courage to him. What was fa him would- and got a lot of stodgy In-laws In- or ascend on foot.

reject everything that wasn't good have worked the same destruction stead. Tough break Everything In Carlsbad cavernsis

and11 fine. It isn't pleasant to know anyway.. Well let's see "Ifs quite an right". Sandra on a vast scale. The rooms are -, ti _
what sort of
1, : that you've failed with your only pale imitation of the real studied her nails. "I knew how it huge.and: the stalactites and ,stalag- SCENE FROM: 'IXFEENO .

1 son.". Hollywood has to offer." thing would be before I came. Ricky mites are, larger than in any other 'LIke a scene from Dante's "In

N' "You're an wrong. Dooley. Any warned me. He told} me that you known cave Some of the stalag- .ferno" giant stalagmites and the fllw

>,:'.0" psychologist would tell you how wearily.Jill dragged her feet upstair nr were very possessive Jilt. that you mites have the shape and size of grotesque rock formations abound Help of Them Harmful Qeanse Body Wast- .

are. You aren't given thought had. church spires. The dominant colors In Carlsbad
wrong you a you a private mother caverns In Jfew Mex. sztaatlr tlwest.
child like' a sheet of white paper She had worked hard that day' and that he had always been madeto In Carlsbad ire varying"shades of ico. Year.ssatt.r ltdaeyt irem a lb.a blood str.askl4asy

with nothing at all written upon it tiring herself to exhaustion, forcing feel like an outsider In his 'own .o n dne.lag te e.tr viori-in'

What is born to you is a record. her young body, handicapped by the home." aa.Dot,set. $41V.tarS perits..Ih*lsteaaed-4a0

1 the long scroll scribbled an over broken arm, to tasks that she had Jill lifted her eyebrows "1U '. Scenic Wonders Lire I po.oa .. .
Many to eacb5a.Lymptoma
Arizon heir
*' with,the story of generations of Mc- never known before because the really wonderful when he sounds off. t o1 b.n._ ,gpeesi

t Farlanes, their weaknesses their need was so great now that the isn't he? If you didn't know him PHOENIX ARIZ. A treasure Crater and other natural a mt bsa4aehtiatcse mtbt4..welLst lard

meannessses. their 'nobility, traits man-power shortage had moved fa awfully wen you might believe ev- trove of scenic wonders plus a full aside' in national wondersset Stains sad., thha ep sis.-a fishes et

over which you have no control on Buzzard's Hill and because when ery word. Of it You'd almost be program of :western entertainment tional monument park and na a rtety eadot pr: and
areas. Orbs t Tddocy rrdcr
J...whatever., every bone'and muscle screamed lievethat. his home was a place he await vacationers this summer- fa Outstanding the are aoaeetii CB* homing. at1

'Z did have"the control of direcI with weariness she could sleep, she really cared about not just an address this land of striking contrast tions scheduled among this celebra- too freest Wteati.s.Tb.'n.al4benedoebitkst
: : --' could have put power behind would be too tired to think. handy to write to when. he Strongest bid for summer"travelers Frontier Days celebration summer are the tr.atiaa.t 1. whet One nss1 t.

[weakness and eliminated the In one day life in the old house needed -check..*.* In the:state Is being made by at Prescott .and rodeo D.a. ? tt..Jl.en's bar bs
h July Lci.eds tae SMC Shea lertr
rE{ Uj the an- a." ,
less and built up'l-what was had'abruptly stiffened to this horrible "You don't know very. much about northern Arizona. which boasts Indian Pow-Wow at : They bare natisa-w4.. r -
ut I didn't I couldn't:some' ,- watchful formality. your brother,:do )-oUt. Sandra. was such, sights as' the famed Grand 4-6; the Smoki Indian ceremonies July Arc ,Tef 3M foleesawy

er get near to Rie. Dave. Whys had Sandra come to Buz cool, too '*- Canyon Painted Desert Petrified Prescott August 10, and Rapt snake at ;

hint'love :and he zard's Hill? She must have hated Forest Canyon de CheUy.,
L illy give picturesque dances'at Indian ,
(TO BE CONTINUED) villages near Wins
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? : k':: rider. In those days, ,circus performers aeapi mawt sip o =
wore costumes consistingof STAZ1ll
a short jacket. knee breechesand
stockings, but Nelson Rower's
1 costume was accidentally mislaid
He realized he had nothing to
wear just a few moments before, *
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OKEECHOEE NEWS Friday, June 20. !

t t ;4 T clans to certify to the disability of See where an aatoist ran-into iryou w have relatives firths! y:.o

@IwtI1obeee: Annual Meeting of persons under treatment Mrv Kil CLASSIFIED ADS and killed a woman the other day era! pea It's best to leave"" I

1<"" <: patrick reported. and he was charged with man there as Uncle Sam has eu

:1 ;) ."-3 Published every Friday by the First Church of Gordon V. Com.er. Clerk of The AUTO WANTED" -Good condition, slaughter. canned beans stored away to't i

-" ', ".. Okeechobee News Co. at Okeechobee, Mother Church,, disclosed a substantial used ear reasonably priced. Must them for the next fifty yeu9a_
Okeechobee County Florida. SALE-Pair Roll Fast roller =:
Increase In church membership be good motor and good tires. ?QY.
Christ Scientist I skates* Practically new. Price There are redwood trees ;
: BRYANT BOWDEN ..... .....Editor in 1946. This he held due See Wison at The Okeechobee 'oat i
$4.00.Jerry Hardenbrook Tur- California so large that $:
lc; ij I to the fruitage of healing throughout News Office or at Nix's Camp. at2I
the field of Christian Science nipseed Apartments. can make their home Inside ono er.i
SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Continued from Page 1) I I these-and hare their winter's ej:
FOR SALE-Lot Block
activities. These 9.
? ,,", One Year ia advance ...,...... ..f3.ooSix thinkers" the speaker added "needto healings he said 133. FOR SALE-Good gentle Jerseycow ply ot wood for fael just
;$ -McIM1a Months in advance ..,..... 1.50 learn the immanence of heaven covered a wide variety of diseases, Okeechobee, Florida by J. Ml and calf. Will freshen this .

: ':., Three Months in advance ,..... 1.00 the omnipotence omniscience, and "many of which are considered in Roney owner, 618 Atlantic NatT. fall; they are yours for $10i.OO The man who has plentT'lIion
; bee aa Infinite God curable by schools of medicine. Bank Jacksonville Fla. Priced .
< omnipresence of the Ernest Campbell. rest assured
this for cash sale at $300.00. can always oL-'tint
:: i ic. : Entered as second class matter July good. From broadening scope of fact that he has a ticket to trouble

'",,,,:. ... I, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee "How shall they hear without a physical beatings Mr. Comer noted FOR SALE-New Case Tractor, FOR SALE-House and 49 acres at all times. "-?
chobee Florida, under Act of March that a gerat many were accomplished l
preacher the speaker asked. She "LA" farm land, ?
-1 Model dual wheels, Can of good sugar mill
7itl. .: 8, 1879. answered her own Question thus: by the individual's' own readingof be seen at Domer's Machine Shop. and two large substantial out. The divorce courts of HoUnoo4i:
L the Christian Science: textbook,
"The Church is that preacher, and
BUYER RESISTANCE "Science and Health houses. Located on State Roadat will prove to you that that dty":
to the Christian Church: has come Key FOR RENT Fort Drum.J. has shred the xmtttt :
ri&"J:" .." from f Certain retailers and nanafae. the opportunity, unparalleled In the! Scriptures": by Mary Baker Ed Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobeeon HUDSON PARKER, of shooting atars known oa 118i e J--

ejYy 1*V*_ .b&,4 era the country over Slave been Christian history, so to present the dy.Mr.. Comers, State highway. 7379 acres all Fort Drum Fla. other spot on earth. _
reducing their prices. Others object true concept of God in His relation report covered the fenced and cross-fenced. Cattle ..."
;: c Mr. that they cannot reduce and ship to man and the universe, that wide fields of postwar activities, pens dipping vat two houses barn, .c

sue"Pas. a staying In the black especially in men will turn naturally to the literature distribution. Sunday about 600 acres ia carpet grass.
tt: :,,: ; :thelI; view of Increased wages. It re_ teachings of Christ." School Division and the Depart- Write owner.U. .

rt t. : 1 mains to b4t Men whether such The Directors' and The Mother ment of Branches and Practitioners G. PARSLEY
'!>;:;;, : .. .. Mr, price concessions as nave been Church President's remarks high all of which attested to the general Box No. 309, HOLIDAY Wfi7 l

r of'Ar made and others to be put into effect lighted one of the largest annual revival of religious progress thru- Kenova W. Va. ,
." '
> beefvi will reduce the buyer resist meetings in years, 'with membersof out the postwar world. This was
'" ance that has mounted almost to a the Church in session from rari. seen In the opening of new Reading

f rtit "wf' buyer strike. p ous parts of the world. From California Rooms the reopening of churchesin

.The buyer strike after World England. Europe, Australia warswept' lanes, and the replenishing --
: Slew. War I Is easily remembered. By New Zealand, and South Africa of world-wide demands*: for ;.' 1 e VVV
: the summer of 1920 retail prices came reports of a growing insurgence Christian Science periodicals ,
r''Mimi activities. His report disclosed that ; 1UO.
averaged 115 per cent higher thanat in religious more
: the outbreak of the war. Today This resurgence was evident in than 200,000 food parcels were ; ,
fev* A they are about 55 per cent higher announcements of the largest circulation sent Christian Scientists in 25 S.
"'<;.'.,r:: ".- --Mrs.j 1 1f than at the outbreak of World War i in the history of the hunger-ridden countries during t .'

: u ; II-about 100 per cent higher for I Christian Science periodicals. Lift 1946 that food parcels were also I II

-FC foods. ing of import restrictions have increased transported directly to churchesand ir. Ii I
f t They buyers strike in 1920 had sales in the British Isles societies in 11 European Countries
Interesting Incidents. A movement and opened worldwide distributing and that a gift of 17 tons of

tad arose among men to wear overalls channels once more, accordingto books and periodicals was forward t
.. law,I Instead of emits and an overall pa- the Trustees of The Christian ed to German churches the moment i .

.. / and rade was put on In New York City.A Science Publishing Society. shipping channels were :reopened.In I .+ iI iI I

celluloid collar club was organic The Christian Science Monitor, conclusion, Mr. Comer echoed .. !
t- /: ; turn ed in St. Louis and other cities bad the Trustees disclosed, attainednew the keynote of the annual meet- t tI
"i old clothes clubs. Brides proudly circulation peaks In 1946 and Ing in these terms: "Today the I
R,..: '
. -\-v": 'tUlr 1 wore gingham wedding dresses. gained an increase of 2,500 new world is confronted with tremendously \
.: '; j Women's clubs urged members to advertisers using its columns fora important problems. It is y ry Z

K5vt4'?s::"" :|"" ..,....LU.C// buy nothing but absolute necessi' record aggregate of 22,300 adver a time when the peoples of the p 'L ;
gl : ties. tisers. The ,paper also instituted peoples of the world must begin to # V

c-' i'm Prices went down quickly-but the unique and popular practice of see that they can no longer lean one
:i the more on account of greater produc. completing all front page stories upon man-made things and theoriesbut your v a
g i (
tion than striking buyers. on the front page, the Trustees must lean more"and more upondh.h O .Yet gclla At
J sijjT
V. Such developments are not apprehended said. e Principle-upon God." -
.-f Mon Mrs now, although there is Installation of new printing "This desired state." he said CARR and if I7o t?

much buyer resentment at greatly presses capable pf producing 120_ "must come through an awakeningto k-v

-I. lludf Increased prices of necessities.. 000 forty-page Monitors per hour, a higher concept of spiritual

y Tamp Morning Tribune. and the restoration of color coversto values and of true brotherhood." Delivery

= M.i the Magazine section, were ad. For the Christian Science Boardof ,
.4-, '<-' rlvd YOU, MAY BE LIVING ded to the Monitor's progress report Lectureship George Channing 4
.. speD TOO SERIOUSLYThe for the year. Chairman reported increased lei Hera's a real time sav

more serious you take life ture attendance in this country and er. Whenever your car
tj' the less living you get out of it. William D. Kilpatrick. Manager abroad, aside from the United needs a lubrication, an

There are times for serious and of the Committees on Publication, States, came substantially from the oil tire
1t change, or battery _. ,
a : Mnslble thought and then there reported the failure of many piecesof British Isles Australia New: Zealand !-. -
dart.. are times for irirlous speech and legislation that would have proved and the continent of Europe. service Just give us a call. _r ._. _. ,

V::" will f." F,'.. gap actions.. You tan ruin a very not only inimical to file" democratic Virtually every lecturer received We'll come over for' yourcar. -- '- .' ,,'.J ,

J",., ;. ....'.befAn;: t1 : happy life'by'feeing too serious and practice of Christian Science, word from- local church members: e ,do the I job .. and \, '

you will fall to partake:of the real but also injurious: to the entire of the' largest Christian cience: bring It back to your ".

l' .. r' gayety tho Lord Intends for you to citizenry. lecture attendance ever recordedin e .
.. "
engage in and their communities. :
.-' enjoy. Today, only one of 48 states :
.. be ] ;
: :
; : v The greater portion of insanity fails legally to recognize Christian : \
cStiv among humans has been traced to .
<> Science as a healing medium, :Mr. The fellow who says that it be "
....t'.'.". since.he.L morbidness and too serioci methodof Kilpatrick added. That one state could only live his life over againhe ATLANTICPAUL \ :
.. ,
f\ seeing everything.: The Lord la Ohio he said. Since the 1946 would live differently-still his ::-..... -*. -- ,
rt'i: never set the example to never annual meeting, he pointed out no thought of making it different I if!i ,, .;

i ,. \ laugh for his children: to follow: West Virginia and Maryland have for the future. \ t : "If-,
His life wail one of bitterness from passed laws legally recognizing the ROBBINS .. .,
the acts of his people who i. .
i: were '
right of Christian Science practice.In Those who are aways look&g Distributor of :
; refitda v corrupt In morals and not for the California passage of an Unemployment for the world to come to an en ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and I.. 'tfI-- i n _

class of people who enjoyed clean Disability Benefits may be sure that it will note ATLANTIC PETROLEUM .. ...... ..
ffi sports and clean pleasures.. You ,", "'"
long now-so far as they are concerned PRODUCTS. ) .>
J may be seventy but If you can still practitioners f -.. :
Phone 118 Okeechobee, Fla.
romp and play with the children .

your years may be lengthened by BeautifulBeginning:

so doing. Cast a gloom around you ,1 .
: WH on account: of the seriousness with '

... :.: 1 which you take life and you will ,
,' .. note that those about you feel the .
t sadness which permeats the air i WHSTHER _
it's in
: a vine-covered _
and no Joy may enter their hearts
;: cottage or in a room-and-a-half-and-
... while in your presence. Cent kitchenette it will _
'h You Two Per On be a beautiful beginning -','
r Iy may do may many smile things, or laugh which; or may you A if you start your family tra .-

ditions now I Choose one of Towle
be childish
appear to to
you but If
I you can lead yoursef to understandthat I .5t rling'. exquisite,patterns for your .

.l:. Joy U a rejnvlnaUon of the table. .. start with a single place set- %... '.'

"., soul and_of much value to you In ting if you like, and then collect your _
-J: frJ. the number of your future years complete set of this wonderful scud -

bet. ; t you may Indulge in more of It. silver by the Towle "place-setting =: 'I

Keep yourself; proud of yourselfby AccountsInsured plan." You'll be amazed at how little u .

staying happy and doing' those Saving it costs for beauty for a lifetime. I "

l things which can make:you happy.If (A place setting is priced as low as, y t
.. you go to a show and Bit all "$.22.SQ including 20% Federa1T i.) :'. .
through the performance without '. ,
smiling or laughing but Just keep 1Ii>WLE .
a long: drawn face:; then you had

best stay "away from the show or r.4 ?a
I I1t
any other,place where,:you feel that V 1
such action fe In order.- Be happyat

all times or seek places which

will aid you toward happiness.A to $5000.00 tea.\n cr 1'1te"etU.it
cACV tt\ \ aaKrtu
mesmeric spell Is one' which e"tai 1II'Ti.r ::::'It' A rhea.tA .

... .overcomes a man who is trying: to :
slip ia home late nights and stepson BARE TIt1 T 1 CEMOAB(
the family cat's tail just as he 1 V iV_ OI.IE" LL ld..t CemOteteIs.

figures all ia safe.NOTICE V OBr, Btsete Ate. t7al5, ..


f" .>/o'Baalo Station I I'I
'"-* Uut..ta.'N. C. It
.-Ta are fcwby' required to file your t
"'-appeatxaee. at my elute labe OF FT. PIERCE.
L- I j *. Florida. or before July II
-. BUI of Complaint
to for dlarainat -
yea by Jlmml. SJtn."liral I
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ida. IB default whrrtof '
'oafs Jato e OkrerBftbre.se will be News ID ratervd which laewcpaper . II I

M published one a
IIf'C'GtJt'e weeks. 1O8 S. 2nd. Phone 341t
d end official ne.l .. ..
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Friday June 20 1947 --

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NOTICE IS CIVEN'tnat the J -- -- A -' I
old at public auction OB the'1at'4aT fello 4 D-a'ST111 lands will be ... -. IX THE NAME OP THE STATE, ..OP
In the' County of Otlt'ti1obeeState of 111:811'* V the the Court Henilekerein (:Y" FLORIDA:
set oppoalte t* the ..me. together to pay moant due for tu.. Fr ifWh ere sit.J: Joe Marsh I TO: J. T. HASKELL. If living and
tUlnir. Raid sale to bgln( at 32 deI witD all'o't for lush Pale aDd dTer-- o 't if dead all parties claiming" an
Noei I Interest by, through under or

Vewrlpta..f Land R.. age. Aft against J T. lIA KKLL. !>< 'wD. lame of owner Aa..tKW14 X..sa:r: ed. Residence Unknown:
Can't Break Ton and each of yea are hereby required
to file an Appearance
to the
of NE>A aDd 8% : 7 Bill of Complaint filed against you in
NW1.i. *------------ 2 .= 32 111 Co
B. Fritz G.fS7 a suit, the nature of which ia to remove

S% of Lot 24 14 ,M 32 10 E" R.. Kt'U1'DOld. .._ L44 ---i.: His Good Habits! cloud on title to real property IB Okee.enobee F
Lots 21 and :!2 -- 4 :14 33' 48 G. W. Bedell 5.31'l..ot. follow:County described aa

25. 26 Ie 21 ._....... .4 U 33 M t .1olaa Fllkbma U1 Lot H. Block 16S. Town of Okeechobee

Lot 2 .---. Ii M 20 Bert Chflden according to plat thereof recorded -
24 :--d; 9 U Nelaon 2.41 > WM saying ifg save every single thing that might in Plat Book :2. page 17. public kDne

Lot ---7--- 33' 20 T. C. Anderson ................ 2.41 WEST funny how so many of our wartime possibly be used again. record of St. Lucie County
_... .. : 2 lid
F. of Lot 19 : 10U 33 *piece metal
10 Lura Florida.at .
Morgan .___._'._...._.. L4- habits stick with
Lot 20 -- --w-: :.; 30 :U.3320 II. 1L Woodt'OC."k 2.41 Us* this sewed development ia 2- us. From where I sit, it's mighty my office la the Courthouse In
Qf Lot 21 ____ M '" 1. Bert likes plenty of Okeeehobe. Florida on the 14th day Choir
W% lL. 33 20 IIenry Binger .._..._._._... 1.2 ( piece Gds( There's a* doubt of bread butter on his good that so many of these com of July 1SM7. The said suit ia filed

Lot 1!%. Blk 25.TOWNSITE 't JUST a 1041 Mel for your { but even now he cant get men-sense habits like thrift and in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Jo-

OF DEESA. '< John Fjkkema 1.57 nESs ho_'__.d food Lover I j spreading it like it was scarce moderation have stayed with us. dicta Circuit of Florida. In Chancery

Lot 29 _-. 23.at 83 20 UDknowD 2.U s., just press to tart-if t. hen'i teeth. and ia entitledA.. LINDSEY O'CON
-- ,J to 11 And as a warBecause they b,lony in America- NOR as Ancillary Administrator, etc.. k- organ
15----------------- M 13 20 fs DOME is down |or
Lot SIB Co H. Cobler ... ..._... 2.41 ''worktr Bert
r Ylln used Complainant.*- J. T. HASKELL.
Moladf Fit Mown to stick to. along with tolerance and mutual
list church
Lot Ii .---.- .-.......11 U 13 20 W. fin 2,41 aay ET AL- Defendant

Lot 9 ...-- ...;15= M JS 20 Wm. SkUI.-.............. 1.41 {or. Easy to use b. :temperate glut of beer on time off; respect for one another's rights.They're WITNESS my hand and the seal of #

Lot 18 _- Ie U as 20 Katie BeuhIel' ................ 1.41 to MM ttt.Ifi. svr*. Co-a and hi aWl holds fait to beer tad habits that have helped to said Court of at Jane.Okeechobe A. D. 1947.. Florida this iS.500i0t1

Lot 21, 28 a >9 --..;."". .1 33 II eo Blanche E. Cu. .............. 8.JS ;.!ci sere with TALL oy JARS way AND modtration. make this country strong and 9th MABEL day RATJLERSON SHEFFIELD. the Renter

l.otl (J e. SIOl'k .. :' ;f DOME UOJI Same way with Bert'* wife. She neighborly and free. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court
GREELEY SUBDIVISION: B. F. Smith 1.57BASINGEB By Connie W. Ranlenon. D. C.LIddon. ,
l"ABK g' BL><. L ry AT YOUKGROCER'S toot only has no trouble sating' Fee &; Parker. possible

Lot 2 -- .---- 'f Unknowa a 1.2T Sled fats and waste paper. She's Clo Attorney for Complainant ie Junior
Ol/ Florida.
.. Ft. Pieroe.
Lot SO -_....... .y%-".-..: 10 Gee. Faulk 1.2T 1 learned from wartime necessity to :. ;t ( June 13, 20, 27 July 4, U-(5t: ) los under ,,
Lot 2t 4c 2O----_ --.-... .-.c..12 Clifford Gerald 1.2TS. O
: S determt-
of JE'-.of NW14

of NE'-' .--r- .26. S5 33 G Monroe Webb .. --_.--_. 1.n r IX STATE COURT OF FLORIDA OF COUNTY JUDGE len giving
BASIDiGERDCSINESSS + Conri,Al.19-17.United States Brewers Foundation programs,

auTlON,. t. BUt. r IX RE ESTATE OF
Lot a .._ -..,:, ,-. I G. A. Snider ..-.r. 1.2T Barbara B. Jordan ry funds.

Lot 9 ......- ............. G Willie F. Young ___-- L21 I and Lion hare

Lot 1 '-":' 10 Ettie Castle __ 1.21 BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL i J. W.Okeeebobee Jordan. Jr.County.Minor he,arrival

Iota t to Ji ire' r 4 a 'M at 8t F. E. FIDgerton ..- 8.78 I may Notice concern ia hereby that given Belle to all Jordan whom, aa It ten on the

Lots Z'l, 2S 1e2IJ: ..?= ;'JS .as'M 83 .H, E. Frost .._..._.--. 8.3.1 Guardian of Barbara E. Jordan and i immediDeWolff.-

Lot 2 _____.,, 21 .as at.2O Otto W. Able _..w... ...__ 2.41 J W. Jordan, minors will on the 23rd .
Lot ll ...,......._.........: 2e 33 M 20 John Beardllf'1' =41El DIRECTOR day of Junes A. D. 1947.. apply to the- .
Honorable T. W. CoDel,. Jr.. County company,
of Lot 15.27: 35 34 10 Edwin F. Wtillams1.44 I Judge in and for said County, at his

:: W1 of Lot 21>> _;_, 28 as M 10 Elizabeth Stoha" -V-- 1.41 i office in Okeeebobee' in said County, nts, fromL&tallation

11 '-:, at 10 o'clock A. M. or aa soon thereafter ,
NEKEECHOBEB IITS, tBLK. NOTICE OF TAX SALE aa the matter can be beard for
r (Set'tloD A) --p For Delinquent 194 Everglades IMMEDIATE DELIVERY authority to sell at public or private week to
..... 1.21 Drainage District Taxes BURGESS sate the undivided interest of Barbara etlon, ar_
Lots 24 d: 25 ,-, -_.-:_.18 C. C. Wilson __
NOTICE 1* hereby given that all Electric Saws Electric Drills E. Jordan and J. W. Jordan,
28 4c 21 ..... .... isB.1. __ 1.21 .
Lots : .. 11. Rand landa delinquent on July 1st. 11M7 for Bench Saws Grinders Minor in following rlbed real estate de to pre-
Lots 1.2 3 _:.............. UB Sophia Chrll'telulOn w_ 1.21 nonpayment of Everglades Drainage in said County to-wit: potent ore
Lots'42 to 45 Inc i.- ..-.:_ a3 Fay Robert _____---.. 1.27Lot. District Taxes for the year IMC. or so Welders 10" Lathe Lots 1, 2. 11 and 12 of Block 181.
.. much thereof Sb be to Hand Tools Pumps 'Co.FDGRAINUAY "f the City of Okeechobee according public
34 to 3T far,._.....:... .. 36 Cnknown ____ 1.21 I pay the amount due may for taxes necessary on said 12" Radial Arm Saw Supply to Plat of said city filed in the

Lots 21 to ao Inc_. .. fO. B. F. Landun _____--. 121 lands for said year, together with the office of Clerk of the Circuit observe
(Granada Circle) J costs of sale specified in tbe laws gov. CLARK J. SMITHS Court of Okeechobee County. Fla ten to the
ernlng said District will sold Which application will be baaed upon
Lots 7 t 8. 40 B. Ii'. Land _______ 127vt be at Y
D public auction beginning at 12 o'clock les Rentals Service [[ tbe petition for sale now on file in said rgan can
\ of 8\\% except: noon on the 1st day of June. 1947 at Court. x lire dimwhich
ItR RIW .. _' 38 .33 M 11 R. D. I101mf' ___--- 8.29 the front door of the Count House in 209 Okeechobee Road Dated June 3rd. A. D, 1947.
lots 17 & 19. B1.k. T the City of Okeechobee. Florida and BABY CHICKS BELLE JORDAN no
SOUTIILANDS, JlEIGIITS continuing until said sale is Tract S Julia Rowland _____ 1.S7F.'S A complete list of such delinquentands June 13 -. 20: -2OOKEECIIOBEB _: :-
of S\\% or NEh14 .31:33: 0 is available for public inspection Tues. and Fri.FOR been
2 .1. Max Scott ___- 70.22 during the business hours at the office .
NE% of NWV of NE1.iO. 37 ::i10 W. .J. Dempsey ,. .-.._..... 11.0Beg. of the Tax Collector for the County of NOTICE ward this
200 ft W of NE cor Okeechobee In the Court House at COUNTY. FLORIDA >t be given
of 8yh of NWJ4 of NW% of OLeechobee, Florida and inquiries as
SE%. rUDV 130 ft. 8 330 to the lands Included in said delinquent JC'NE IS. 1947NOTICE jera.
ftE1SOftNVOft! list by mail or by telephone or in JAMES' IS HEREBY GIVEX that who have
W fiO ft. N lfiO It __ 24 31 3S 1% Carlisle Thomas __ 8.91 person during business hours will be pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
f2/3 of SE4 of 8W% ; Tax fully answered by the office of avid Typewriter & Supply U S Tire* 1S29& Law of Florida Act of 1031; ;ly toward

% _-,-_ 2'J 37 as 8 ?.'3 Inf'a Austin ikmla ._....,.,._.. 2.r.o BESSIE Collector. known as the MURPHY ACT. and 1DpUlllU8Dt'e id a hun-
ALDERMAN Tar Collector
Puroil Products of Chapter 20658. Laws of
Beg NW cur Goyt lot 6 Okeechobee County Florida. SALES SERVICE SUPPLIES heard
Florida. Acts of 1941. known the
run is CUo n to beg. tbent'e June 6, 13. 20. 27 Ford Parta EVERGLADES u i ia
E 510 ft to W
bdr7 Conel1' Typewriters Adding and
TRICT ACT. the following described
8 to ITLake
property Calculating Machines Service land situated in hitch
Everglade was
level 8 n dt'Jrffa: t :i' W 'I71/o
ft. North to Bee M 31 M If n. W. nol8f'Y 11 E" __ 5.14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEE District. In Okeechobee: County, Florida by J. O.
will be offered for aale
Lots 10. 11 aDd 1%. lUoek FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKEECHO outcry for the highest and beat cash ( his wife,
2. POWELL SUBDIVISION > Unknown ____ 1.62 BEE COUNTY. IN CII%>CFRY. OKEECHOBEEMOTOR bid. subject to the right of the Trustees
r CON "ZB HIOBLANDtI )sLK: SLIT TO QCIET TITLE. PHONE 1009 CO. of the Internal Improvement on with

.... Tats 1 and .2 ....-....-' ...... 24 Robert E. Stein .r.---- 122 J. C. PEARCE. Fund and of the Board of Commissioner i indicationsorgan

,.- Lots 2l.- 22 .n4 23 _!...-:-- 4 3 Jean C. Hamilton :_ 1.32r VI. Plaintiff 103 Atlantic SALES SERVICE to* of reject Everglade any and Drainage all bid, at Dlatrtct the- [ will

Lot 24 ..._-.....,. f....-:....... 70 fable E. Gamwage a.. ":'. 1.32 FRANK FELDMAN and FT.. PIERCE, FLORIDA POBOX 47' PRONE 44 Courthouse beginning at 1000o'clock and .
DE8EBllytOAR: .f'BLE' LILLIAN FELDMAN et aU A. M. on the. 21st day of July. omty ;<.
..... -. 1947 Aa to an parcel of land
T' 1 Wm. G. Wallace __ l.a2 Defendant.
Lots I" to ORDER TO of ten acre or more title to one-half ,

OKEJCJlOBEE. CITY...... BLK. STATE OF FLORIDA APPE.RTilE of petroleum and three-foartb. of : -
'' __ ___ ...... if.arr. ,. _-t. 23 Frank Boswt".lJ 1.C.1\ To Frank Feldman and Lillian: IYM- other minerals will be reserved by t :
Trustees of
._ W. Jet 40J11 .,_...-- : <;.--s--: :: 1'JUlam.. r 1 t 1.rD man.if alive. Marshall N. Hunt and Kelz Fund. Easements the Internal for road Improvement mbull Miss
'.>' Lot land'V., :'i.'s=. !'. 24 3..pPhlne'C'ar.I- .. 1.32 Gertrude If such Hunt.,his wife. it alive and PHILGOAUTHORIZED Burney 200 feet wide wm be reserved by j isa Carol

$ Lot 13 ......_..-.-._ 36 'Iolet .1. neasonf'r __ 1.32 dead to persons their unknown or any of them are said Trustees from any parcel through Conrad left r
spouses -
;; Lot 10 41 Alberta Howard __.. __,..- t.32 devisees legatees or grantees; and tall < and which easement there fa an for existing drainage state road and; where they ,

Lots J to 4 tnt -- 44 Emma Dean Est -- 9.16 persons baring or claiming an interest reclamation and for road
N 40 ft of lots T to 12 Inc 4. Emma DE'ao. Eat __ 2.5. In tbe following described land Denmark's be reserved bv the Board purposeswill of They will
altnate lying and being in the
Lot 1 -:.. "" M E. S. Clne) ____ 1.32 of Okeecbohee. State of Florida. County t.wit: Commissioners of Everglades Drainage ere tonight.

Lots 2. U and 12 .......--a 59 Ira R. Young ___.___.. 1.:10 W% of NE'of SWV4 of Section 23: < SERVICE District.

Lou 4 aid 15 __.........--ter- 90 E. D. Ross ,r. .r 1.32: EH of NEB of SWU; ./ Complete Home Outfitter 1 & 5. Blk.DeserlptUaLots 6. City of Okeechobee

Lot 4 _.___;,-... ; : In In" Drawd ___-__ 3.1>> EH NWU of of SE SEU% of of N\VU Section: 23. l Beg. 5S.7 ft. N of SE Cor of NE';.J d poplin lit

Lot 2 ..,,.. -.-....---- --. 180 Sheridan PhUUp. __ 1.3: Township 37. South Range 35: last. ULMER\ EZELL Phone 115 J. E. Cone Mgr. of l.TO SWJ ft. E.of 10 8W ft.%. S.run ISO W ft.14O to ft.beg.N. Irs. festivals

Lot 6 ____. :33 R. I.. Morrison 1.32 GREETING: -* S-t21.. Twp.:.37 Rge 33:, containing reign to the
Lots 1 aid 2 :<'..__ 2-3 .1. C. Rogers "liE'. ______ 6.26SOtTIL J. C. Pearce baring filed his'sworn Vt Acre more or less
Complaint In
this schools
suit. the nature Lots 2 Blk. 93 of are
OKEECDOBEE f" SLit. and 1. i 1ft. .City Okee-
: purpose of which is to determine -
Lot S __-.......:...... .:: 5 Marie L. Rhodf' ____ 1.32 the title of the Plaintiff to tbe rhobeevLota i
Lot 4 "' 19 Roy Druchton _____ 12.00 land hereinabove described to be a Development 13-2 tacL Co.Blk.SID H. Okeechobee imiUee) from

Lot 8 _1.- .4-, 40 Unknown _____ 1.32 good title, to and have sufficient all claims absolute and Interests fee simple of Lot 8 &: a. Blk. 1[. Okeeebobee be appoint-

SOUTHWEST ADDITION 1 Zanlta Crouch _____ 1.32 the Defendants, and each of them. la. East SidePackage Lots Development I.24 IncL: Co.Blk.SID P. Okeechobee: and reoom.
Lots 19 k 20 -- --- -- and to said land passed noon aad determined OKEECHOBEELIQUOR Development Co. S/D
to remove cloud thePlalntlttl' >ks for these
Lots IncL leas Lot
OKEECDOBEE 1 to 12 7. 8 &;
Lot 10 __---7 Frank Chandler "liE" __ 3.83 and confirm title the to Plaintiffs'said land title totqnlet there.to. STORE. "-. Blk. 2. Riverside Park from any
Lots 1,2 & 12. Blk.: T. Riverside Park.
ROYAL OAKS ADDITION and in which Bill of Complaint the Store at teats not
Lots 1.12 IncL Blk.: Okeechobee
E" 3.50
2 Alfred W.ttersoD Plaintiff state that he believe S there
Lot 8 __ +------ Development Co. SID time report ;
are person interested In the land here.
Lot 15 81k 6SOUTDERN in involved and herelnabove Only Bar Ia Town Lot 7. 8 9. Blk. 2. Riverside Park
PINES ADDITION described. Lots 3 to 11 IncL. Blk.: 1, Riverside are due;
1.3Beulah and having named therein certala person Liquor Wine Cordial
Lot a we -- S IJmmle Blair -- a* known by name to him the ParkTRUSTEES OP THE INTER. list ot "

TlUm.n t.32WIUGDT laid Plaintiff, bat as not known by PHONE 34 NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 33 be made
BASS ADDITION him. the said Plaintiff whether any of EAST OKEECHOBEE OF THE STATE OF FLOR
4 .. Queen Black ..DE" _....:------ 2'77 said person are dead or alive: sad as IDA. teacher;
Lot 3: ; 11eXeosie "DE" 2.n believed by him. the said Plaintiff. If Seward Swain STATE ROAD NO. 8 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF required
Walter S
Iota IS a 6 -..- -- 1mLot. living, to be interested In said land EVERGLADES DRAIN.
11 and 12 B Mamie Robert. _. ----- and it dead, to have been Interested PHONE 103.1 AGE DISTRICTBy Ished each

therein: Mabel Kavlersoa Sheffield. Aft.
RAILROAD ADDITION i S. Darts _- 122ie And having made all person having for Trustee of the Internal for telain'rs

Lot 'f ------:- Lonn. Stevens "nE'. -_ 2.n or claiming any Interest In said lands Improvement Fond and each, i if
2 parties defendant to the said Bill of for Board of Commissioner
Lot 6 1.32 I
i Amelia Douaton ------ Complaint: *f Everglade Drainage Die.trtcfe ; the school
Lots 'f A 8 -.....------ -- S. .1. Dads -----. "' 1.32 And having demanded from the Clerk Atlantic Service Sta. O. K. GARAGE Okeechobee County, defined a* -
IAt 10 12 of Circuit Court of Okeechobee Coun Florda
8ROWNIKG ADDITION 10.90 ty. Florida the making of an order requiring Paul D. Robbina Owner Ing staff
Jessie Whlteborat such persons and parties to appear
Lob 12 and 13 -- ------- rout oqtsiddis
------ -
to the said Bill of Complaint upon Wrecker Service NOTICE OF INTENTION TO -
WIllGDT'S FIRST ADDITION E.t. .. -: 3.83 a day not fees than twenty-eight nor Sales & Service SELL LAND con.
: 1 ,.Ira. nObert. ---. than from of 24 Hours
Lots 1 more sixty day the date a Day exhibits
A. n. Dare "UErLob 3.fiOBlk the making of said order; :.-'.d Wrecfar Seri NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,

2 A S .... ------" 13 Florence Odom .. ---:- 1.32 IT IS. THEREFORE ORDEREDthat EXIDE BATTERIESLEE Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.92 or 133 pursuant to Section 13 (1). Chapter t selling, op
Lot 0 BI1I:. 13 each and every the Defendants TIRES 20653. Law of Florida. Act of 1ML
ADDITION above named designated and specified, Dunlop Tire & Tabes and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Law clubs and
WBIGUT'S SECOND.. 0. I+. Roberts. Jr.-- ---1'32 are hereby required to appear herein to GAS-OIL-GREASING of; Florida. Act of 1931. at amended on the three
Lot 1 -::- A the Plaintiffs' RUI of Complaint herein GeL Electric Appliance bv Section U. Chapter 20638. Laws of
Bog 89 It N of eent.rf .- filed on the SEVENTH (7) Day of July, TWIN OAKS Florida Act of 1941. and also pursuant for showoff
Her 2:2. run E 142: ft.-S, A. D. 1947. and that this order be published Store. Refrigerators, Water ,to Section 42 Chapter 30722.
Id) 112 ft N 100' 8.31 in The Okeechobee News a newspaper All Night 'CafeOKEEcnOBEE Beaten Law* of, Florida Act of 1911. a* the original
!!: : 2" 31 M J. F. eoat'bmU of general circulation published amended bv Section 19. Chapter 22079. e elementary
C.th t.r, In Okeechobee County, Florida. oncea FLA. Wo Service Tbesa AnALO.ifShtiNS* Laws of Florida. Act of 1943. and ,
BESSIE ALDERMAN. week for four consecutive weeks. Section- 44.: Chapter 20722. Laws of teach needed

Okewhobeo County. Florida. WITNESS my hand as Clerk and Florida Acts of 1941 as amended by .tiering ot ev
Section 21. Chapter 22079. Law of
the Seal of said Court this FIFTH
Day of June. A. D. 1947. Florida. Act of 1943. the following definite open
MABEL RAITLERSON SHEFFIELD described land la Okeechobee County,

"APPEAR..".., NOTICE TO APPEAR (Seal) Clerk Circuit County.CourtOkH''hobfoe Florida.Br North ParkPackage :; I Florida Lot: 2, 3 to-wit, 4 A :6. Blk.: 6. CIty of Okee- id reading textbook level in, s_

NOTICE TO THE STATE OF' FLORIDA: Connie W. Banlersoa. D. C. fhebeeLot
TOE: STATE OF FLORIPA. TO: ELIZ.\I\ETH n LONG T. \T. Conely, Jr.. 10. Blk. 11 Wright* First Ad. nd the makings
TO: ALBERTA POTTER. 593 West 475: HERMITAGE ST. Box 606. Okeechobee. Fla. That Good Golf Ga*. ditto to City. Carefully
Drive WtooJruff .Place. Indiana- PHILADELPHIA. PENN. Attorney for Plaintiff. Store Lot 4 It. Lot 7. S, g. H 12. Blk. US.
poll*. Indiana You are hereby required te appear attry Jane 6. IX 20. 21, July 4. GULF PRIDE OIL City .f Okeeebobee r load and a
You Florida Oft Lob 12. Blk. 24, South Okeeebobee
are hereby required to file your office la OkHclaobH' Uw.tes
written appearance at my office InOkwchobee. the-7th day of July. A. D. Bill Lot 8. Blk.: 173t City of Okeechobee a entering

Florida on July 7. 1947. of Complaint for divorce filed against NOTICE TO APPEAR Liquors Wine Cordial Beg NW cor. of 8W, of 8WU. ,
to the Bill of Complaint tiled againstyon Walter E. L'ftult THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 11 ALTO'SHOTEL Son S 417.* ft. E: o8.7ft.N417.4ft.
you b1' Lohee W 20S.7 ft. of 2 81. Twp 57. Rre |ong contendedhitch
County ee. S3Beg.
by James W. Potter In the Circuit Court: ID sad for Okr< TO: ESTHER LACHMAN
Door AU Night 'l
Nest To
Court of Okeechobee County. Florida Florida. In default hereof Decree Pro 1014 N. HICKS AVE. 417.4 ft. S of :NW eor, of SW4 Columbia
to default whereof a decree Pro Con will be entered against :W LOS ANGELES CALIF. Station of SWtt RUB S 573 ft. E 210 ft. N
fesso wlU entered The 1 dl'llinatf'll 373 ft. VT 210 ft of See 2L Twp 87, politic and
be against you. the Okeechobee New You are hereby required to appear at Ia The Heart Of Town
Okeechobee New 1 deslgnatd a* thehewapaper'In which this Order Rge. 33:
the newspaper la my office in Okeeebobee. Florida oa nonsense in
ts week for PHONE 153 Let 1 to 8 loci In Blk*. A. B, C,
which this Order will be ODt'e. BUI
hall be published the 7th day of July. A. D. 1347. to Weekly or Daily Bates bcouraged
Blk. D Evan. Maybe we'd
& LoU 1 & 2 Addit
published once a week for four con four consecutive week .J of Complaint for divorce filed against :
Wf'utlv..1:.. Witness my hand ,aDd*.* .t nkee- yon by Herman Lachman. In Circuit willoDe few
WITNESS my hand lad the Sal of ehobee. Florida, thla 2Sth day of >iay. Court In aad for Okeechobee County. offered for sal at pueBe outcry _
Paid Court this Sth'day of June. A. D. 1947. A. D. Florida In default whereof Decree Pro for the highest and bt cub bid tearoom eun'ire
the tbe Board of
1M7. (lea ) Mabel Raulewoa Sheffftd. Confess will be entered against 1'00; Al object Commissioner to rlrt'.f Drainage 1d lined 10-
Circuit News 1
Clerk the Okeechobee *
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court' Okeechobee .County, Fla. the newspaper In which this Order WE SPECIALIZEIn DO SOT SEND TO Commissioners District, and/or.f Okeeebobee Board of County County; to give melt

Okeechobee County. Florida.By Sehwlaaa.Attorney hall be< published once a week: for start ialy45
Mary Florida, to reject any and all bid*. In a
Connie W. Raul noll.'P. C., Plaintiff. .
for four consecutive weeks.Witness ,
TALLAHASSEE FOR YOUR at the Courthouse beginning at W00
T. W. Conely. Jr..J: : hand and official seal
my Curing and o'clock A.: M. on the 21t day of July
Attorney! Ok bobee'' .Fla. at Okeechofcee Florida this 28th dayf 1947. Easement for drainage and reclamation -
for PI& t1tt. The airways must do something > May A. D. 1047. Meats and road will be
.Jane e. 13. 20 :7,July 4, prevent so (Seal) Mabel Ranlenon SbeUleJeI.Ckrk Smoking CIGARETTEPERMIT purpose
In the 'near future' to Circuit Court. reserved.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF
,. many crashes or Also wholesale and EVERGLADES DRAINAGE '

: be back at wa.r apln. Retail Cuts. andBOARD DISTRICT

;664 If you want to look back to the WILL DELIVER THEMPERSONA.LLY. OF OKEECHO -

time when there were no autos. THOMAS PKG. co. BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA In

.. The Dr. Stork has been .doing a Just go Ahead and look and see if Br Mabel Ruler. Sheffield.
Parrott Ave. Clerk of the Circuit Onrt .t 1. Cartoon.v.
1M.4e. ".t.rt.. S.t lot. of tiring around "lately and we Eire a darn-what ere axe now Okeeehebe Cotjoty., Florida*

so g&aea In. looking forward to are auto that C. H. Coffee U agent fo{caM Boar.By ....- '
tws jwwww.- seem% to be trying.'to run oppo.ition .
1 -. will not crash and Trill staT out of Connie. W Raeferton,

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Rikoflavin Is Great
;"'.,:: q. Curled Toe Paralysis Braided Rug Is Easy .r
..z sl*nd Commentator.
,- .. A. 4 t'i'.a COLORFUL handmade rugs-the ,
, Cause DeficiencyXUboSavin
VniK" ;; ,N.W., culties. It is impossible to estimatethe perfect way to dress up your
terms of what home for They're lovely
"destruction" in summer.
: a crystalline: ;yellow vi-
social and political and practical in room .
de has happened every oa
tamin containing nitrogen
of values.As the porch, too-and inexpensive to
1''y ribose has proven necessary for -
that becomes a k.+ make. '
of to point two. +A. nik, growth of poultry. It is also im- .
be *
concrete issue which ought to
' ..fit portant in connection with the for If you've never made a rug before,try
" :. the in debate before these lines are t: go' r\' -i F3 n'91i; .,..: .oi.. r mation of an enzyme responsible for ft braided one. You can't go wrong No
to add printed; namely the question of extending ",.w equipment is needed; you braid the material
with your OWD-hands.
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of odd certain wartime controls LIVING BARRIER PROTECTS CHILDREN Whether the danger Directions for making braided, hooked,
f other over exports and imports. come from tigers,or autos. mothers always are ready to protect their crocheted and other popular rugs are
Briefly if export controls go off, found in our Weekly Newspaper Service
young. When a narrow residential street in Columbus. Ohio becamea
bid each Booklet No. $4. Send 25 cents (coin) for
foreign nations can against speedway for motorists aroused neighborhood mothers formed a "New Ideas fen Handmade Bogs to
sales other for food. Wheat, for example. barrier Weekly Newspaper Service Z41 W. I7u
living to traffic to permit their children to cross the street ,
': That will send the price of wheat Street New York, 11, N ? Print name
, one of front the school bus in .
safety. address booklet titte_-and Mo. 94."Seated .

'b. f learned mean! In the first place it means L-
'9 'around the country with the most money i
. !! tt ) ouse, gets the most wheat regardless of NEWS REVIEW ,

f'l Unit- Its need. Others go hungry. It -
means the American taxpayer will
\ at as- have to pay a fancy price for the Farm Chick at left is afflicted with
:*. b f Hard San wheat the government buys. It Budget Cuts Hit ; curled toe paralysis due to riboflaTia I

-i t' Golden means extra American dollars lack. Right, same chick s>
to Pots- which could be used to buy other week later after being furnishedthis

::: t our American products, which would I Train Fares IncreasedFARM vitamin.-Photo, University; of

: ,\ 1 The encourage production will be Missouri.
..,. sucked out of foreign pockets and
ttlt over FUROR: utilization of feed within the cellsof
' world trade will be stultified by Just TRAVEL PAY:
the .
that much. That is .on argumentfor Stormy Weather body.Riboflavin
extending controls on exports. Train Fares UpTo is widely distributed in
Fortunately there are also a lot of Possibly the most violent stormof feeding materials. It is present in
',: 1 en- "selfish-interest" reasons for con- the year according to the eco- offset Increased operating greatest amounts in milk products Power Piston Rugs
,'.- J In for trolling some exports. It's this way: nomic and political barometer is costs ,Interstate Commerce com- yeast live meal, alfalfa cereal Restore Power,Save Gas,Save Oil
.' fact. The man who extracts oil from soybeans the one which was raised when the mission authorized an approximate grasses and byproducts of, the fermenting .
JJ J has although be is quite willingto house appropriations committee 10 per cent increase in basic pas- and distilling industry. Onlya You can make an old engine good

,' have his'oil exported, probablycan recommended a 32 per cent cut in senger fares for 60 railroads operating few grams are required per ton as new when it begins to show
of his
department of agriculture funds for east of the Mississippi and northof of mixed feeds.
sell it here anyway. But hedoesn't I
signs of There's Sealed
res- the the Ohio and Potomac rivets. age a
,Ic want beans from which he coming year. Many poultry authorities have Power
t t'I appar-which gets the oil sent out of the country. Slashing more than 383 million :' The change will boost one-way stated there is an advantage in using Individually Engineered
The man who refines the oil doesn't dollars from the amount asked by t j passenger rates from 2.2 to 2.3 natural riboflavin concentrates in Ring Set specially made for your

mind having his refined product ex- President Truman.the I cents a mile in coaches and from preference to synthetic riboflavin. car, truck, or tractor engine,

in ported but he doesn't want the un- committee'! 3.3 to 3.5 cents a miles in sleeping The natural concentrate generally whatever the make, model, or
refined oil (his material the 'i and parlor cars. There will be an
-1 raw ), opened floodgates supplies other Important nutrients cylinder wear condition.See
which he has to buy, exported; the for a deluge !i increase of about 15 per cent in aside from riboflavin. your
man who uses that refined oil to of protests from -;1 coach round-trip rates and about When chicks are.fed a ration low Sealed Power Franchise Dealer.
j relief
Al- make margarine doesn't want to Clinton Anderson.secretar' four per cent in Pullman round-trip. in riboflavin. they start squattingand Save oil,save gas, restore power!
compete with foreigners for it, al- )" of agriculture fares.
develop a condition known as Send a.portal for:; IQustrated. -_
solidar though he's quite willing to have and Democratic I i In granting the increase ICC curled toe paralysis.In .informative new
'j i has foreigners buy hill margarine. congressmen noted that those railroads which re- the past the lack of riboflavin bookietoa7waystosave :
These mixed motives don't add up who claimed quested the new rates incurred a in feed ingredients has caused oiL It's free and may:
is an- considerable save lots of
fiJ most to a very good argument for con- they would fight deficit of 54 million dollars from economic loss. Baby Sealed you Power money.Corp..

\ been gress, because the only controls de- the action right up passenger train operations last chicks require greater quantitiesthan Dept. W6,Muakegon
1' the sired are for -the other fellow. Itdoesn't to next year's elec-i year. older birds. Deficiency In Mich.INDIVIDUALLY. V -
generate too much pressure Anderson tions. if necessary. laying flocks lowers
i egg productionand
f : : because there are enough "agins" Declaring that I IT'S WONDERFUL: results in inferior eggs or
to balance the "furs." the reduction "directs cut ENGINEERED
a sharp i
itsA'S But when it comes to imports, it'sa at the interests of the American |I Long Time Peace poor

and different story. Take fertilizer farm family and the general welfare -| Announcing 'the immediate abolition

L is no Britain and the United States, ." Anderson said that the > of capital punishment in Rus I BURNING RUINS
straining' to increase production "greatest harm" would be to the sia, Soviet authorities explained the SOIL
4, peo now are using twice as, much fertilizer :soil conservation program, the j move, on' the'grounds that it; was r -
) vote as in prewar years. That is farm price support program and '| made possible by Russia's growing When you burn straw, cornstalksand

bf all right. But the destitute European programs designed to help veterans I[:strength the people's patriotism other crop residues on the field
countries with their very tired and low income families become'and. the certainty of peace "for a'long you lose valuable nitrogen and destroy
soil need every ounce they can get better established.The time." organic matter vital to soil rebuilding

,< help -and If there were no import con- 32 per cent cut would elimi- Said the Moscow radio: "The international and crop production. If the

to trols they would get less-the rich nate the .Agriculture Adjustment situation during the stalks of a 100-bushel corn crop go Gas on Stomach

buyers would get more. The pres- administration by July I, 1948. Currently time after Germany's capitulationand up in smoke 6,500 pounds of organic ..
Refined la S anrtes tfoebte back
ii the sure on congress is all against limit- ; the AAA is carrying on its ,Japan's capitulation shows that matter and, 55 pounds of nitrogenare ......UCM*.tOOMCb err MM CUM Jew.ptfett.fOOtSt? *
,8 second Ing importation of fertilizer. basic program of promoting soil the -Cause of peace can be consid- tag pr-.be r.*.worn tIae rtnmaeh*wtMt-setn and.....-...** ...aally tar

.!, into Some imports into America are conservation on 3,500,000 cooperating ered secure for a long time in spiteof Trmtaaatit.W *. KiUf .pidHan BaM Maanfort url.-a h+w a
of course, highly slrable-to get farms by paying farmers for attempts by aggressive elementsto Jrffir 9r- N.I.gotlo.r.. noncf Uek. M men of Dotty
point those American dollars abroad in following practices Intended to increase pipvoke war" to w.ZM *.U drvaxuts. ;

order that foreign nations may buy soil fertility and hence, to Meanwhile Herbert Hoover w

asked raw materials and other things. But increase production. The proposedfund looked on the other side of the maskto
are if we are to keep the rest of the slash would mean that farm- charge Russia with attemptingto

markets alive until they can feed ers this year would be paid about bleed the United States through Yodora
thede- themselves, what we give out and 50 per cent of what they previouslyhad relief channels and blaming her forthe'ecoeomic
War II what we take in will have to be been promised. paralysis of Japan
War made to fit the needs of the situation In answering the criticism the and lermany. lost. When you light a matchto checks
least not the desires of the American busi- a mature: sweet clover crop you
house appropriations committee Ht declared that futher relief win
dif nessman who doesn't realize that if lose about 150 pounds of nitrogenand
than he is given too free a hand he'll be said that its and recommended reasonablebasedon cuts' are"selective" remain necessary as long as the three to four tons of organic perspiration
Soviets continue their obstructionist
dim- cutting off his own nose with it. matter. It takes more effort to plow
actual farm needs. tactics and demands for
reparations -
these materials under than it doesto
thus treaties odorMade
; blocking peace but
HOUSING burn them an extra 10 to 20
I : with;:the two countries and keepinftheif bushels of Born per acre and a more
at the
{ Unfounded Hope ;."'- economies paralyzed. fertile soil should be worth the extra THE WAY
It has been shown that animals, Popular belief that any substan-. French Honor sill a jacecrtast late.Yodora
when they; master technology, tendto tial reductions in the cost of new is
actuaUg tootfuxy to normal skins-
form a perfectly regimented, totalitarian housing will occur in the near future ", ,. .'," .. .. New Disease of Sweet No ban chemical
.: irritating
state. Take the ants and is not founded on realities. %: ."r".c/ ., ...m : i Potatoes In the SouthA salts. Won't harm skin or or clotSiag.

apiarist the bees. They long ago were ableto That assertion was made by .c Slays soft and creamy never gets
; re do what Hitler planned and had James C. Downs Jr.. president of ,.. .... new and distinctive disease of grainy* '
sea begun to practice-change the na the Real Estate Research V corporation .. '.. '"; sweet potatoes known as "internal
pollen ture of species, not only by creating who explained that besides { ., .cit' ; .: I cork" has been the subject of in- .difference TrYodora-f oat the wonderful]

of the a special environment for the young being geared to a high national .} } ....' \ .. tensive studies by Dr. C. J. Nus-

are but also by feeding it certain foods. debt housing costs, like prices of .... '. ... baum. South Carolina experiment
only) other hard goods are directly affected station. Sweet potatoes affected
hives The bees carefully segregatethe by the large demand for ;:+ with the disease are characterizedby
have babies (the eggs) and by American capital and production by ::z < the occurrence of dark brown

are not feedingthem three different other countries. "I corky; spots of irregular shape and
menus three
in the classes produce the workers the different drones "The housing shortage today is size.* There are indications that 11

and the queen. Hitler had wellworkedont worse than a year ago," he said, may be possible to develop resistant .
a very theories for "and it will continue to grow progressively strains. The disease is caused'

; apiarist a slave-class by feeding producing the worse for some time." by about a virus It. but little else is known a..aww t.. .+r..a or..

children certain vitamins withholding He pointed out that increased i "

I others, weeding out all earning power has put a greater \ So.CaIIedKidney
Visson. those undesired by the Nad number in the market for new Farmers' Money Not All,

a state, feeding and training a homes, but at the same time builders I I Vincent Aurlol. president of Increased Sufferers

ruling class (Fnehrerprinxlp). are afraid to start new construction France, decorates opera singer Earnings"What
for un because of high costs. The f Lily Pons with the rosette of the farmers do now with their WATCH OUT

: And now, the followers of Marxist- theory that prices would drop kept Legion of Honor. The French-born liquid assets and credit will determine Don't belittle tho* beetad m.lea V&a*f** -
entered Leninism are set up to carry out the many persons from buying or building I artist has been making a concert. their financial position for the famber.f ,ptunf imimimt They sty7 gels.D..4oa
principle. homes last ;year Downs said. toni'of France. next two decades. It is Imperative Doa'try to Vest such lttititi.a a ogt.a sritkI
tor farmers to recognize that kid.ey.timueat. -oni,.J>i&; tey. benria nit
bciiJeU,. Give Tttndf a grater ebanor,tos
beside their present money in fact is not teep soundly, I. out your beokeDe., *{
moved APPALLING WASTEMounting Increased profits. It represents the '.,. tarsias =-tract TooaeU *

DhUos- soil fertility sold off the farm de- k.MORE IMPORTANT fida r :
EVEN ,t >7*!* **
which i preciation of buildings fences and wwwrful.dirtet *d tiT.. k..ea.a to. <;
equipment The money farmers now bWdtr. Ask druMi t fort Foley f 'J
ywi find UMOI f uTSan .DOtTBLS
pundit Fire Loss Predicted have in large part belongs back on TOOK MONEY BACKato : .
:V Is their land-to restore soil-to mod.
has ernizeThe Land.

by CHICAGO-With fire losses continuing kinds and the size of losses where life may have risen to a figure WR p ,
who' to mount, damage may ex- flames gain headway because of delayed never experienced before. Loss of Trapping Is Good Way
dis ceed the billion dollar mark by 1950. '
alarms poor fire protection life In hotel fires in 1946 was greater -x
One Frank A. Christensen. president of negligence To Control Moles Q
or bad housekeeping** than_In any; ;year in our history *
to ma National Board of Fire Underwriters he explained. ::Despite a 23 per cent increase in In the spring the activities of the
warns In urging support of the "The psychological factor arises arson investigations, the national common mole appear to be more
who federal action program to save life out of .our careless and reckless board had found a sharp decline in noticeable. Unlike rodents such as
and resources which was the resultof habits he
explained. the number of fires started for profit rats and mice moles live chiefly on
e fflu- President Truman's conferenceon Christensen pointed out that since during the last ;year. earthworms and,insects. The,mole
fire prevention.The 1941. national 'waste by fire has Is unpopular with fanners because
from increasing fire waste was more than doubled rising to 616 The board pointed out that in the i his tell tale ridges and mounds disfigure .
lived attributed by Christensen to two million dollars for the 12 months ;year: ended April 30, juveniles accounted :' i the fields ruin: new seedbeds

: ilshould causes one physical and one psychological ended April of this year-' from 300 for almost half of the persons and damage gardens and lawns.'
minion dollars for 1941. arrested because incendiaryfires Trapping appears to be the most

g "The physical factor tends to increase "Even more appalling said and persons mentally irresponsible II satisfactory way. yet found to control
other'than the number of fires of all **isxthe indication that the loss of for another large shar*. the mole. ; ,
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CHICAGO.-Ever hear of forat.

r go-show. flisup. rimat?

: They are words. They are part of
d'f everyday conversation for thousands

of persons.
You won't find them in any dictionary -

.. s.A but the lingo is as clear to
urly tM rf. -+1 personnel In the airlines business as DMea ,'

.< Ts f- d ceiling unlimited. ,_
la Most of these contractions and
codifications resulted from the necessity l
of saving time. Some are
handed-down air force patois. :
Imo t
0a % ,: Forat-derived from flight orders .:-

- r' at a later time-means that the decision "orgaa. = "
; 591 r
i.rr. 2 to operate a flight will be Churl L .
-" made later.Goshow .
Is a person advised to \ i t

stand by at the airport on the possibility ROter :;i .
0a of getting a last minute can ; "':-' '1
cellation. SBII.ble. .

w ..... Flisup is the flight superintendent. -- ..,. .
He sends a CFR. flight clear- Junior -: ".;

...., .'. f. ance or an ATC-delay. nndeeermi' .'.:;;,: "
Rimat faf
is company material that -
must be flown.
One of the air force's hand-downs giving i'

is the expression This prop is bent."

'; It is used to describe a disgruntled unds.. ,

REUNITED AFTER 26 YEARS James Gembarick (right) ended person. n have : <'+i
a 26-year search for hIs daughter Mrs; Bernice Employees of the air lines have arrivaton fX.-.- ;
Potter .
(left) when he .. .. i
: greeted her In a Milwaukee railroad station and found he had contributed their bit to the "slingo" ., e f the ;
.Grapt'Spo a grandson <' Fmedl
It" v'L' >lea. Refreshing Dessert I Robert. Gombarlck lost track of his daughter following divorce which mystifies the outsiders. -' > .I
' 'A recipe below.) from his first wife in which no prevision was made for custody of To them "rootin'-tootin* is a Wolff, ...>
\ Fn ** Bernice then 20 months old routine eight "Gopher is the one .,
; .who brings back coffee for the office KITCHEN towels can be such paay, -:
J K LYNN CHAMBERS MENUS J force. these colorful froos

When lazy warm weather comes Operation "Air" is carried on ina and simple designs on tea.
;. ripen QS and foods_don't tempt the Broiled Lamb Patties .. rarefied atmosphere but it's always towels to make your dishwashingduties auk ton ':,0;',
;, appetite, Mrs Homemaker'is hard Scalloped Potatoes !
Cavu-ceiling and visibility pleasure
I ? pressed to provide her'family.with Tomatoes with Cream Gravy limited. 000 ar.'i I

: enough nourishing food .to t sustain Perfection Salad -.....' Three fruit and three vegetable motifs pre' ;j
9 them. Families seem'to prefer the Biscuits with In bright colors. Pattern 591 bas trans Or <
Jam Beverage ; ::
fer of motifs 8 8
by inches. .
lightest of food, .and 'it sometimes Y ...<
i Grapefruit Sponge House 1 Is on Wrong Lot, This new and Improved popular pattern uhiic
r is hard to build up the calorie count Recipe given.Butterscotch. makes needlework so simple with its rYe J
salads and cold meats..' Vet Wants Money Back charts photos concise directions. Each .
pattern 20 cents. the <
to.on But fruit and rich raffle or cream KNOXVILLE TENN.-A war Send your order to:
can come easily to'the rescue when Ice Cream. ..<<..,".'<. veteran asked chancery court to Stn can
other means'faiL (Makes 1 quart) help him get back money he paid Swine Orel Ne.dlttrtt Deist. dao
564 W. St.
t. Randolph Chicago sa. m.
There are so 3 tablespoons butter for a house which was built on Enclose 20 cents for pattern. .
? many 'delectablerefrigerator H cup brown sugar './""" the wrong lot. NoNam
< i
desserts 1 cup milk .: .! Sam G. Amburn. the ex-G.L, : been
f. made of 1J4 tablespoons cornstarch "'' '" didn't discover the' house he'd '.
i(' /i} Addres :
,}:. fruit and berrlesand 2 tablespoons cold milk jf'.. : bought was on the wrong lot until I given ic
,: creani that it Pinch of salty he went to pay his taxes. .
,. will' take' more teaspoon vanilla ; l Then, according to Amburn's
: f ; Divers have
than a season to try them alL 1 cup heavy cream, whipped : '" a.x' suit. It developed that a contractor Salvage

'f First if aH there's'the"shortcake Cook butter and sugar in top of : had built the house on a lot award
variety.: Bake your biscuits golden double boiler until butter is melted he thought he owned sold it to a Salvage divers on jobs as deepas iun-

brown f split and butter them and and well blended ': .> :,;>, : real estate agency which. in 5,000 feet'use a heavy metal heard
then drizzle:,luscious crushed and with Add turn sold it to Amburn. diving bell that is not only self-
sweetened fruit or berries between sugar. y'.t.{:\ : ;5 :: .The rightful owner of the lot contained but equipped with nine-
the biscuits Drown them in cream. milk boiling.and Mix heat corn-to' .- vw.. .. .,y' :: ::9: n .* .\ <. w.. 'n refuses to sell it. and Amburn foot mechanical arms and fingers was _

asked refund of the he with which the diver can pick .r O. .
a money upa
\; tither plain or whipped; and watch
starch with cold SOURDOUGHS 1947 STYLE Everything is an adventure to the lift wife.
diem paid for the house. coin a 1,000-pound object or
disappear.? there's in'imazing milk and stir Into young in heart, so these three World War II veterans started oat on tie a knot in a steel cable. ,with
( Then. too vs.tisty'of butter and sugar the royal road to romance which they hope will lead them from Scran-
t froien\de-sserts,iwhicn ke mixture; add salt ton Pa. to Alaska. after all tionswill.
they might strike gold. Making the
,: Uttj w..;$ a1.4'r j $ |andkcg4aln. and _cook-'"until trip In a 17-year-old panel track are (left to right) Bill Spencer. Joseph Muscovite Barber Becomes

Y'hecte.-.nd JIytit keep';;;n'lol"J w;several ri4aules7tbmake 'days thI and add :vanilla.Cool O'Brien and Al Drack. Every one of them is a confirmed optimist. Nettled at Yank Humor 7 andY _; '>'

tn'he'refrigerator.- *" i Fold iri whipped cream and turn MOSCOW.-The Russian barber Sf lAT

U you'fe shyfon "sugariuse, preserves Into refrigerator tray and freeze, had the last word. He had mountedto

or fruit sauces, and you stirring once during freezing. the upper regions of Hotel Moscow t Miss
won't have to.dip into the sugar p to give a haircut to an American Carol =
bowl atTRY ;11. Marshmallow Delight t correspondent too busy solving ;:I./ :)
: 1 left
.4. (Serves 8 to 10) problems for Secretary Marshall to "
SOME"of these recipes and H pound marshmallows go down to the barbershop. Several LEADING they

your warm weather? problem. will be 1H cups diced or crashed other reporters had' gathered HARDWARE STORES y will

S solved: *' 7Apricot pineapple around and began playfully offering night.Is .
Sherbet. 1 pint whipping cream suggestions on how the corre- s

2 tablespoons sugar spondent's leonine. head should be ,
e xMakes 1 quart) 2 teaspoons vanilla sculpted.The BUJiMA'N SAWS togale

1 cop evaporated milk JS cup maraschino cherries cut up Soviet barber became an- ,
thoroughly chilled Cut marshmallows Into quarters. noed'and remarked "1 resent your WILL ciur A 4yf.v* to the
3 tablespoons lemon juice
Add pineapple and place in a covered comments""Don't Is are
U V' +} IN4CR
a K
1 apricot 'Q $
cup preservesWhip container overnight. Whip be annoyed the Ameri-
chilled Beat can reporters replied. "We were .
milk very stiff. cream add sugar and vanilla. Fold from
in, lemon Juice then fold In pre- whipped cream into marshmallowsand only Joking. That is the. way we talk
This is
amazing cutability point*
serves. Pour at once into cold pineapple; add cherries. Pour to American barbers.
freezing tray and .chill for several into freezing tray and allow to chill The Russian replied sternly "I found only in Bushman, the
hours. thoroughly partially freeze before can understand why you criticize Saw with the Swedish Steel tbese

Variations: Strawberry chen.or serving. American barbers. But I am a bar Blade. Cuts logs timbers any

peach preserves or marmalade may ber of the Soviet.Union. I give good posts and other lumber faster snoteport
be substituted for apricot preserves. Grapefruit Sponge. honest haircuts. and easier.
(Serves 6) And it was a good haircut although

Apple Sherbet. 3 eggs, separated itf did not differ markedly ,- -- due;
(Makes 1 quart) JJ cap sugar from the capial1stic'varlet-. GtrJSCO TQQI. DIVISIONHERE'S : t of

1 'milk, fi, cup canned unsweetened ? ? saa madeher
cop evaporated .J o It n ". .. 3.
thoroughly chilled 7 grapefruit juice Landlord Agrees to Replace ; 1
2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin utred
2 cups sweetened applesauce. }. 'cup cold water Parts From Tenant's HomeLE each

chilled -* Berries CLAIRE. IOWA.-Harold 01- laxa-

Dash of nutmeg Beat egg yolks until light Add % sen promised to restore .James st.JosephlO each ":,T.j
cup sugar and beat welL Add grapefruit Munro's home which be had
Whip chilled milk stiff. Beat t
very Juice and cook mixture over a: v5:1 :,+ started to carry away piece by
lemon Juice. Fold in applesauce
i boilingwater until it coats a spoon. piece.
nutmeg. Pour at once into cold. Stir constantly. Soften gelatin in Olsen also agreed to withdraw an i.tltslde.

freezing tray and chill well cold water for 5 minutes. Add to eviction notice. It all was part of an AROACHKtLER '.1.

Orange,Ice Cream.. hot grapefruit Juice mixture and out-of-court settlement of the land- Till WOHS RI DAYS !

(Serves, ,. ......I...) cool until slightly thickened. Beat ,NET DAR PRESIDENT INSTALLED';>> Mrs Roscoe C. O'Byrne lord-tenant dispute. Salt \Vs* I.JJ PUci limits, ..:
'" until stiff but not dry. that Olsen KILLS ON THE SPOT
egg whites elected of the Munro had charged
of baa'been president general
20 marshmallows (right) Brookvillei Indo. g, op.
1 cap orange;juice Gradually beat in remaining sugar. Daughters of the American Revolution. She succeeds Mrs. J. Y. Tal- had taken a..va7 parts of his five- HttttstiTBKiuOTsOdbrfca RID I and

Grated rind of 2'oranges Fold into cooled mixture and pour madge (left) of Athens. Gs.,'vho drapes the president general's sash room home. He said Olsen was LASTS I"Day-StaiulM.r LaacvrO threewoff
Juice of 1 lemon into a one-quart mold., Chill until about Mrs. OTJyrae's shoulders doling installation ceremonies held at angry because the office of price lei. .. Your ..!.,w Wrf>.
firm. Unmold on a plate and administration bad cut the rent *.iT orr msnHBurma
the 56th annual DAB 'convention at Constitution haIL eo.
H pint whipping cream .......... .
serve with sliced or crushed bezv from $35 to $25 a month and he had eMS T. .s.iter riginatentary

Add 2 tablespoons water. to the lies in season. rte.,,' ignored Olsen's eviction notice.

marshmallows and place. them in needed
me top part of a h Fresh Peach Cream., _
double boiler. Stir (Serves 8 to 10) k Osteopath Loses in RulingOn o

constantly until 2 cops fresh peach pulp 5. Role as 'Tree Surgeon'FRES.'IIlO e upon

the marshmallows 1 cup granulated sugar ks tolevel
CALIF.-How far
are half dis- }, teaspoon almond extract maya ,
doctor go to protect a patient'shealth
lemon juice
solved. Remove 1 tablespoon iga'
from heat and 3 tablespoons cold water ?
Dr. A E. Hazen told Police Judge y
coffee cream
stir until 1JS cups
creamy C. T. Walton that as an osteopath and a
Cool add orange Combine peach pulp sugar extract .his state license to heal gave him ng the
Juice rind and and lemon Juice. Add coffee the right to cut down five Sycamore :
lemon juice. Whip "cream. Pour into tray and freeze.
trees In the parking strip alongside tended
and stir once during
cream until thick
Remove tray
He said
his home. pollen from the
and add to the mixture., Place In freezing process. The"stirring maybe lumbJa
his wife
trees gave hay fever and
tray and freeze stirring often until done in the tray. asthma He argued that his license CALOX :, and
firm. Released tar Western News a **Union takes precedence over any city ordi change to !,:: nse fA

b.s .
: we'd
Ln'N SATS; Pewter cleans best when rubbed w nance.Judge Walton ruled: $100 fine or f or the &**& effect feW

Good Housekeeping Secret with a paste made of whiting and 50 days In jaIL en yeur smile ;lp coun.
When cooking cabbage or 'onions lemon oiL Wash In hot water, rinse :

the objectionable odor may' be elim- in hot water and then polish for Polio. Victim Walks Again Effitimt Colas works two.corn ::

inated If the vegetables are cooked lustre. 1 Helps remov 61m...bmas oat tmC
la half milk and i half''water. Use Summer curtains keep cleaner If After Long Trip to Get Aid *il UM aataral butt of TOOT

any excess liquid .for making cream the screens on the window are WARM SPRINGS GA. Wesley r
cleaned of cobwebs and dusted witha HOME TOWN .Architects nine Ecgquist,, 28. infantile paralysis 2 A special Ingredient la CaJ.oz.cCllecroapme. -
sauces or soups. UNITED NATIONS representing victim eacoarasm rrsff.a .....,....
If you like crisp skins on baked clean dry cloth. nations gathered In Radio dry, New,York,ta take a look at a model ef who traveled here by wheelchair which has a-. -J '
potatoes, scrub clean and then rub Waxed artificial flowers arecleaned'easily the general architectural scheme for the United Nations permanent from Fremont. Neb.. for ...help* make them inn sad .
with a metal sponge'and bake. by dipping in clean headquarters.To be constructed on 18-acre site along the East riverin treatment left for home later by rosy.Tone op yow smile...with -

To retain color in"green vegetables ing' fluid several times. then' Manhattan", the project Includes a tktory"sk7scnper (left) to train. Med. is jaw .
; Mt&.ls6rd.
''. cook in an(open pan with a allowing to dry.: from a house the secretariat and another 30-story' structure for general. Aided by crutches: he was walk. 113 i... 4 tt*.a.Mkd Lwr.rlu w t. 5:1:
minimum of water and watch cook- To remove white spots purposes. tax for ta first time in 16 years ,,","-"

big time carefully., shellacked surface wipe with alcohol .. .
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: _-" "'" e.20. 1947 ft[t_
( -* Friday J

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c Social <& Personal Order October Recessed Eastern-Until Star .Are--1 Train of Tomorrow' Takes the Rails _"_, J] ;,' -1

The final meeting of the Order
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tillman of Mrs. Frank Barber, who has been
Star for the
I I of the Eastern sum.
Stuart were Sunday visitors inOkeechobee visiting her parents in Lincoln mer, was held in the Masonic Hallon

Nebr., for the past two months re. Tuesday night.

t turned to Okeechobee Friday nite. Impressive initiation fAn ceremony

Mrs. Rosa Young of Bonifay, was held, when the degreesof

". Fla. is visiting with her sister j i I On next Monday night the Men'sFellowship the Order were conferred upon

Mrs. Esther Brette. class will hold monthly
with Mrs.
five candidates : Zibe fF
meeting In the Baptist Church, Williams, Worthy Matron presid.

Spending Monday In Ft. Pierce when a group of about thirty men ing in the East. .

I with friends were Mrs. Henry from the Baptist Church in Fort On the Invitation of Patron Zibe / r Av+C G.ah

..: Walker and Mrs. Della Holmes. Pierce are expected to attend. Williams Worthy Patron. Snod S.

grass, visiting from Vero Beach, S
Spending Sunday In Avon Park Mrs. Frank Chandler, er., received Chapter delivered a portion of the !

visiting relatives, were Mr. and a letter last week from her son. lecture from the East.

I Mrs. Lloyd Tomllnson and family. Gene who Is now serving in the At the close of the meeting, a 1t

f armed forces in Japan. He said social hour of games and refresh

i l :. J. T. Hancock who Is employed In the letter that he hoped to be ments were enjoyed.The .

:. R at Everglades City spent Saturday I home within the next *wo monthsas next Star activity will be the

.... and Sunday with his family here. I I his time will then be up. Robert Morris picnic to be held the

5 I last Wednesday afternoon in Aug'
Henry Walker, jr., who Is work ust.
Ing at Clewlston spent last weekend Regular meetings will be resum.
here visiting. with relativesand ed the first Tuesday In October. pJ

friends. bridge party was held at Mrs.J. 4 a ;
R. Minehan's home on Wednesday 1
Miss Sadie Sanders Is spending
June 10 in honor of Mrs. Pauline
a two weeks' vacation in -ok echo_ Peoples of Pittsburgh. N. C. WEEKS VACATIONLeo

bee visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. J. M. Roe won high score prize,
Greenberger and
1 H. Walker daughter
Mrs. H. H. Raulerson won
: i Miss Polly Gay, left Saturday for
high score prize and the cut prize ,
Jacksonville where they spent Sun.
Miss Evelyn Burgess left last I
was won by Mrs. Gordon Loller.
,week after spending a two weeks day and Monday with the Gold
Those attending were: Mrs. Annie 1
i vacation with her mother, Mrs. berg family. After leaving there
McKinnon, Mrs. H. H. Raulerson; .
f Agnes Burgess. they went to Memphis, Tenn, where
Mrs. E. H. Hunt, Mrs. Vernon ii
: i thy visited relatives. ,
< Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz ,
: Mrs. Ella Conrad (i&pent SundayIn Reeves From Memphis, they went to v ., f fS
Mrs. J. M. Roe, Mrs. R. B. Meserve, + w
Ft. Pierce visiting with ber eon Amarilla, Texas, where they will
and Mrs. W. R. Sheffield. Tea
f and daughterIn-law. Mr and Mrs. spend ten days visiting friends.!
It Edward Conrad. guests were Mrs. Bryant Bowden, The Greenbergers made their homein
,f Mrs. Gordon Loller, Mrs. J. R.
Amarilla several years before
f \ Minehan. Jr.. and Siewers Ann
A f moving to Okeechobee.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sheffield
Peoples. Mrs. Peoples as guest of I _
fi were visitors spending the week_
honor was presented with a gift.
end in Tallahassee with friends Some men adore their wives ando

ii t and relatives. not find much fault with othermen's 'sfJ S

; BRIDGE PARTY TO HONOR wives.If ..- ..... .--.... ,-.-, ---_._.._._ .- -
Mrs. Mack Underhill and children ,
MRS. PAULINE PEOPLESA you are not thoroughly ac- A "TRAIN OF TOIORROthat is packed full an entirely new design, permitting an Astra Dome
left Monday to go to Bartow of mechanical marvels, new-as-tomorrow interior atop each (see above) for unrivaled view of landscape .
quainted with the of milk.
.1 lor a abort vacation visiting with process decoration and features for the and beneath ;
l at the many postwar comfort a depressed car floor resulting :
bridge party was given Ing would advise to
relatives and friends there. a cow-we you and safety of passengers, has just been launchedby in four floor levels in every car. (Below) Amongthe 1
home of Mrs. E. M. Meserve, Tues_
J buy, your milk by the bottle. General Motors its designer for a six-month first to enjoy a meal in the luxurious Astra
;" Connie Raulerson, Deputy Clerkof day June 17th, in honor of Mrs. exhibition tour of the country. Powered by a CM Dome-Diner were Alice Faye and Phil. Harris of i

the Circuit Court was a visitor I Pauline Peoples. The house was. Really a lovely yo'ung lady is Electro-Motive Diesd locomotive the .cars are of movie and radio fame.

spending Tuesday in Miami at the decorated ,beautifully with garden one who has never yet discoveredthe <

Veterans Hospital. flowers. The bingo prize was won fact that she Is of the lovely ,
t'-' t by the honor guest Mrs. Peoples type. .--
Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr., returned who was also presented with a gift. CARD OF THANKS NOTICE! If you see a hurricane coming: notlfr'7:

-1 : '.home. Sunday night after spending High score prize was won by Mrs.R. The stylists are now trying to th chnrricane hunters of Miami %and/
maybe they ('an.&ee it toe
' ; a week in Arcadia visiting with B. Meserve. Those attending again to put long skirts on ladies We thank the many friends of 'Horses immure agajc 1tep_ : i

her daughter and son-in.law, Mr. were: Mrs. J. R. Minehan, Mrs. M. which may compell us to visit the our family of Okeechobee for their lug staggers last year are protected .

and Mrs. Morris Barnett. C. Pitts. Mrs. R. B. Meserve, Mrs. beaches more often during the next kindness during our time of great against It this year but not Another proof that all folks are J
against the of which not alike comes to 11ght when.
crazy type one
J. M. Roe, Mrs. W. R. Sheffield few seasons. sorrow.-Mr. and Mrs Dalton '
,.. Mbs Shirley Davis who is em Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz. and Mrs. Tyner. there are only three places In Okee. of our friends explains to us that

1!! 5 -"' ployed In Miami was a visitor A. H. Davis. The guests invited LOST-Small billfold in A&P Grocery chobee County that hare It. the happiest moment of his, 'l te a4

t : mending the past weekend here 'MJS. Alma Sherman, Mrs. S. NOTICE ; Type A and B only protects come right after he and the wife
were Store. Monday morning. _
' with EQUALIZING TilE ASSESSMENT! OF against s sleeping staggers. Type C !have engaged 'In & real quarrel=
.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.'if' .
H. McDougald, Mrs. Roy Draughon Drivers license and four checks TAXE! FOR 1M7 '
L W., Davis. TO ALL, PUOPKKTV OWNERS IXOKEECHOBEE protects against crazy staggers fora he gets a real kick out (;kissing .
C. H.
y Mrs. E. H. Hunt, and room Markham Brothers payableto
COUNTY: little over one year.* and making up again. f
Holcomb. Hostesses were Mrs. E. me. Reward for return to You are hereby notified that on July
i t Omar Hunt returned to his 7th 1947. the County Tax Assessor willm't E. D. HARRIS, D. V. M.
M. Meserve and Mrs. Burnett Bart- A&P Grocery Store. with the County CommissionersIn
i here Sunday after spending two When a young fellow goes courting -
for the of
lett. -Oluf! Lansen. ; the Court House purpose
t' weeks in Rochester, Minn., wherehe bearing complaints and receiving testimony FOR SALE Four lots with new his steady girl his dullest moments 1;
went for a physical check.up at MRS. H. H. RAULERSON .s to the,value of any property, house and garage. A variety of of the evening are tie very t
HONORS MRS. PEOPLES Some men never outgrow family real personal as fixed by the County :
the Mayo Brothers Hospital. WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEON traditions-while some men would Assessor and of Taxes equalizing of perfecting assessments.reviewing fruit flowers ,and vegetables.J. .- precious moments when thelntend. ar

have shorter lives If they did not t C E. DUA WDY. Chairman. J. Dann Box 775, Okeechobee, ed father in law thinks up some ,s..

John R. DeBerry Bill Gautier A bridge luncheon was held at traditionally Inherit the family ;JOkeechobee Board County County.Commissioner Florida. Florida. very funny jokes to tell. .1.11 ;

and Jack Sapp of New Smyrna the home of Mrs. H. H, Raulerson, heirlooms.The (June 20, 27 July 4)

Beach left Monday morning to return Ftriday.' June 13, in honor of Mrs. c .
to their ,home after spending Pauline Peoples and Mrs. Annie average life of certain men LOST|-Set of keys on steel ring. /

i several 'days here fishing. McKinnon, who were presentedwith today depends upon his ability to Reward will be paid for their re ,

gifts. The house was beauti. answer certain political questionsin turn to the Florida Power & Phone 2496 Floor Consultants Box No. 277 t

Carolyn; Duffey of Pensacola fully decorated with roses and the right manner. .r. f; Light Company Office.

f arrived here last week to make asters. Those present were: Mrs.J. Maintenance Specialists ;

her home with her grandmother, R. !Minehan sr., Mrs. Burnett -r -
Mrs. Etta Duffey. Carolyn will Bartlett, Mrs. E. M. Meserve Mrs. rrrr tIN 0

fall.enter Okeechobee school here next Leon S. Eisenman, Mrs. Gordon BUYING PROPERTYOR -CSD

Loller, Mrs. J. T. Hancock Mrs.J. .

M. Roe, and Mrs. Clyde Christ.
Mr. and 1Itr Ray Draughon and opher. Luncheon guests were Mrs. INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE
children of Miami and Mrs. MacKlnsal -
of this city left last Satur. Bryant Bowden, Mrs. E. H. Hunt SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
Mrs Peter Clements and the Misses
day for Alabama where they wills BY
Siewers Ann Peoples Carol Han PRODUCTS & SERVICE
spend a two weeks vacation visiting I
cock Ann Davis and Nancy Boett '
with relatives and friends.
;er. High prize was won by Mrs.J. Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ. : VERO BEACH FLORIDA .'iJj

M. Roe, and cut prize by Mrs. J. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McMullenof .
T. Hancock. Hostesses at this .
Miami left Wednesday after .r .
luncheon were: Mrs. H. H. hauler "II if' -
: spending a few days in Okeecho. u u wd 4'is' -
son Mrs. R. B. Meserve, and Mrs. : ;>
bee visiting with Mr. McMullen's PITTSBURGHPLASTIC '
Nathan Zelmenovitz. .
parents, Mov and Mrs. I. N. .Mc-


4 .Mary Schulman left Friday for _
Fort Pierce where she JoinadJudge COCA.COLA PARTYA i j

and Mrs. F C. Dame and motored andALUMINUM -
coca cola party was held at the ANNOUNCINGa ,
to Homarville. Ga., where they home of Mrs. J. M. Roe Saturday .

spent the we k.end. She return. June 14th honoring Mrs. Peter :

t ed to tier home here Sunday' afternoon. Clements, formerly Miss Virginia TILEFOR =

Byrd of Okeechobee, now of Fort __I1'.IIIII..IIIIIIIIIIII1IP"---" feaa

Lauderdale. and Mrs. Pauline Peo. YOURASPHALT WALI: :

a Miss: Gladys Smith, who has been pies of Pittsburgh N. C. The THE OPENING OF A '*"

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. house artistically decoratedwith
S s Gone and family for the past two day-lilies and astors. Tea RADIATOR REPAIR SERVICE

weeks Jeft yesterday for her home t
guests were invited to call between
In Macon Ga She was aceompan. 10:00 and 12:00. In the Building Occupied by the Okeechobee TILE -

led home by Miss June Cone who About attended this ...
forty guests
} will spend- three weeks there. party. Mrs. J. M. Roe acted as the Shoe Shop. .,. FOR YOUR FLOORS .
S hostess assisted by Mrs. E. IL Hunt
M!.and Mrs C. A. Mathews of as cohostess.REBEKAH We Have a Complete Radiator Repair Service

Bartow were visitors spending'Sun- ., :

-z ,:day' and' Monday In Okeechobee LODGE HELD And Can Repair Your Radiator For r:; Sanding and! Finishing

--::. Itlng their parents. Mr. and Mrs. "

,' J
"l + ,have spent the past4xeeks : .I

r '. here with' the Bonds The Jewel Rebekah Lodge held REASONABLE and L.-.

home with (hem. open house here Monday night at <
their halt A large crowd was on CLEANED
Mr W. D. Boehmer of _
,* hand to enjoy the rabbit dinner

Wednesday'vacation' morning during served by the ladies. NICHOLS RADIATOR_ SERVICE j r'

ey plan to make a When you pay the price of a dollar : CALL or WRITE .
J. A. Nichols Pro
gh- Alabama, KenJnto and a quarter for a ten ,cent ,.

Missouri watermelon you can easily realize :
alt'th."puenta its enhanced value since it tastes .
5i Mr. and Mr*. like anything else but a watermelon -. -- .
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