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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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1 Volume 33-No. 6 Florida 27 1947 J
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I": Representative Bill -MR.WILKERSON AND MRS. HAROLD VISITED SOME C. R. Boyle Taking LEGION BINGO IS GAMES AGAIN EACH HOLDING New Pipe Organ Being Installed At


FRIENDS HERE THIS WEEK WEDNESDAY
NITE

I Hendry The Guest :Mr. and :Mrs. Harold Wilkerson County Agt. CourseAt The Ladles Auxiliary of the Methodist Church Here This Week IR


I Speaker at Lunch arrived and are in spending Okeechobee the week this week here University American they are again Legion holding announce the Bingo that To The Efforts The Junior Choir

,1 visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs.R. Games each Wednesday night at .
I Representative W. J. Hendry H. Singlettry. They cam -
the Woman's Club Building, beginning
t wu the guest speaker at the Ho where Gainesville Florida, June 25- Installation
down from Jacksonville I ct the pip
i at eight o'clock. Praxes are ED. ALDERMAN IS NOW ; occult
tl Mary Luncheon at noon Tuesday at relatives.Mr. Thlrtys-even county and home
they have been visiting awarded to the winners each-week. RECUPERATING IN HOSPITALIN was begun in the Methodist churchon

i which time he discussed the more Wilkerson Is in the Navy demonstration agents assistantsand The ladies of the Auxiliary ex- LAKELANDEd. Wednesday morning

i Important legislation that wu and has been stationed at Pearl prospective agents are attend The instrument is a $6,50QJDO
tend a cordial Invitation to all to
f' ,passed a.t.the session of the Legis Mrs. Walker ing a special summer short courseon
Harbor where he and attend these parties. Alderman, who was carriedto organ. manufactured by the Renter
=- latlon Just closed. He was introduced son make their home They flew advanced extension methods at the hospital at Lakeland last Organ Company of Lawrence Kan.sas .

by W. L Lawson program from Pearl Harbor to San Francisco the University of Florida. week Is reported to be improving.The and has been made possible

t' chairman for the day. Calif., and from there they took The three-week session began Here Are A Few last report Wednesday was, .through the efforts of the Junior
T
In his talk Mr. Hendry discussed to Jackson June 16 and will close July 3. It
another plane for the trip that while his condition was still Choir of the church who under
; at some length the Fish Bill that ville. is the second'annual summer session serious the direction and
Labor Law he was improving.Mrs. untiring determination -
: was passed as that was the most Mr.Wilkerson has a three month of its kind. Things Alderman, who accompanIed of T. W. Conely. Jr.in giving I

Important piece of legislation ,so leave from the Navy. Courses include audiovisual him there has returned to her concerts and musical ,programs

far as Okeechobee, County was con. aids, advanced rural leadership, i Does to UnionsFinal home in Okeechobee. have raised the necessary funds.
i cerned. lie also discussed the advanced Agricultural Extension
The choir and
congregation haTe-
1 Everglades National Park Bill the Uniform State Deer Service youth programs, and -poultry been anxiously awaiting the,arrival

school bill and other bills that were practices. Instructors are Geo.L. passage of the TafUHart- .." of the
organ which has been on the
Introduced Crutcher of the Icy bill this week made it the law
during Ihe sixty days University of
Season Is road about a month and immeditely -
Cession Hunting Florida General Extension Division that unions: Too Late Classify upon Its arrival Mr. DeWolff

., Dick Hill! Division Manager for C. A. Svinth of the USDA Ex_ May be sued by employers for
the Florida Power d Light Company Voted and AdoptedA tensIon Service of Washington C.M. breach of contract and for damages By RUSSELL KAY a. representative of the company
was sent with his assistants, from
and Ed Lyons both of West Hampson extension economist, :In' jurisdictional strikes and secon.
"Wonder of wonders comments Jacksonville, to begin installation,
Palm Beach, were out of town visi and N. R. Mehrhof, Frank S. Per dary boycotts.Are .
editor Allen Andrews of the American which will require over a week to
tors attending the meeting. statewide uniform deer season ry and J. Clyde Driggers of the required by law to bargain
Eagle Estero. "A recent news complete. Upon It
completion, ar.
from Nov. 20 to Jan. 5 was adoptedby University of Florida poultry laboratory collectively with employers.
t report states that the national rangements have been made to
the State Game and Fresh Wa May not compel employers to hire present
j spelling championship has just a concert, by a competent organist
Women Are to Gain ter Fish Commission Monday for Three members of the state Ex. only union members, but still may
been won by a girl from a back. at which time the public
the 1947.48 season. tension staff-Marshall O. Watkins, enter into agreement providing
However, the days of the week on K. S.' McMullen and F. S. Perryare that all employes join the union under woods country one-room one. will have the opportunity to observethe
Entrance at U of F which hunting will be allowed w 11v8'ry enrolled. certain conditions. teacher Georgia school. instrument and to listen to th?

Ith the five conservation dis "i"How she could have become so music which only a pipe organ can
May not bargain for foremen
Nine
At GainesvilleThe tricts. county agents taking the proficient in such a primitive en. produce, and which lends the dig

Hunting in the third district will course include C. R. Boyle of Okee-- and supervisors.Must ironment seems almost unbelievable pity to a church, service which no
publish financial state
chobee, K. A. Clark Bushnell, H.' as the prevailing idea seems other type of music can furnish.
be allowed day In the week;
every ments.
State Board of Control on E.
l George Crawfordvllle, W. W. to be that a thorough education can The young people have been
the basis of housing and financial the second and fifth districts will Glenn May not require employers to deduct -
Madison, H. O. Harrison
only be acquired in an up.to-date working a long time toward this
conditions at the University of prohibit hunting on Mondays, Wed union dues from any envelopes
: Chipley, O. M. Matnes jr.. Inverness -
million dollar school building staffed goal and too much cannot be given
Florida voted last week to receive nesdays and Fridays; while the unless the workers: agree.
J. R. Mills, Callahan, James
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teachers and his
by many supervisors Mr. Candy helpers.
first and fourth districts will pro Lose their rights under the Wag.
women at the Gainesville Institution ,. Rhoden :
Tallahassee and Alec
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and principals and athletic ihstruc. It is hoped that those who have
next Fall but indicated they hibit hunting on Mondays Thurs White, Tampa ner Act if any officer is a Commun.

could expect little in the way of days, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.The itt or active sympathizer. tom contributed so generously toward
Eight assistant agents are en. "Yet this Georgia country girl this project will feel repaid a hundred -
central district
fifth or Florida
i housing accommodations.A May not make certain contribu.
rolled. They are J. O. Armor
who won the spelling championship fold when they have heard
however, will allow consecu.tive _
resolution approved by the Plant ions and. expenditures for political
City Wm. C. Brandon. Mari-
over all city contestants 'was sadly Its music.
hunting on the first six. days
j board said similar limitations will purposes.
anna, Joe N. Busby Bradenton. W.
of tL, lacking in such cultural aids as The set of chimes, which was
apply to male students at Tallahas. season. J. Cowen, Oak, L. E.. Cunningham Are forbidden to engage in cer. '
Live
auditoriums, lunch rooms gymnasiums presented to the church by J. O.
Other Season's Studied< *
_see's Florida State University, ex- tarn, practices held "unfair.
Clearwater E. R. Mills ,
jr.
basketball courts: stadiums Wolff, as Q. memorial to his wife
The commission continued in
cept to the extent of facilities avail- Madison Robt. S It also is the law now that the
Fort Lau
.Pryor,
'' session studying recommendations or swimming pools and probablyhad will be used in conjunction with
able through the use of buildings government: '
derdale, and James N. Watson,
such to walk to and from school the and from all Indicationsand
1ft for seasons on other as organ
Dale game
r Mabry Field. Illton. May get Injunctions against un. '
Neither was she a member of a specifications the organ will
The turkey, quail and squirrel. During Ions to stall for 80
report on housing showed off days a
i, Two !senior students-J. E. Davisof school band nor had she been train be of beauty and
an instrument
the daylong session representa.tlvea .
3.406 applications already in from Pensacola strike which would effect the na_
and Gordon Waltherof
ed in high strutting and twirlinga .
efng le ,tudents. Rith a2a 1n'jer of the Florida Wildlife Fe v. Tonal health or safety.Set enjoyment.
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._ ,,? ation and other'sportsmena .-mton-aISG, are, enrolled.or drum major's baton, without __: ; .. Y < ,iI!
manent and temporary dormitories duls home up a new conciliation set.vice
demonstration
vSlx agentsare which gymnastics no high school
I 11 for only 3,007. The largest volumeof ajxd organizations urged the registered for the course. Theyare outside the Labor Department Miss Alma Joyce Trumbull, Miss
band is considered complete.
Is mission to adopt uniform statewide the National Labor Relations Miss Carol
applications expected In July Mrs. Bonnie J. Carter Monti- Enlarge Mary Ellen Wright,
will learn that luxurious
"When
l c and August.Arrangements laws\ for all game and fish. cello, Miss Vera Courson Fort Board from three to five members we Dourer and Elsie'Mae Conrad, left .
and expensive environmentdoes
t were made for Lester Varn, of Jacksonville, Pierce :Miss Lucile Inscoe, Stuart, and overhaul the way it works. not automatically turn out Sunday for Plymouth where they

continued use of buildings at the commission chairman, commented, .Irs. Julia P. Jernagan, Callahan Establish a 14inember Senate. are spending the week. They will
correct spellers and grammariansand
former Alachua Army Air Base however, "that all the districts Mrs. Elizabeth Starbird. Palatka i House committee to study labor- return to their homes hero tonight.
those who are proficient in
want a uniform law, but theY' want
'and It was Indicated that 300 men i management relatons.
and
Mrs. Josephine McSwine, of
mathematics?
students will be housed there. the other districts to accept their I
I Gainesville. "Thorough educational trainingcan upon both teachers and pupils in
law. He added that because of local FOR SALE-Standard width carriage t
Assistant home demonstration be imparted by skilled the form of events, fairs, festivals
-i MR. AND MRS. S. R. RAIFSNIDER conditions It is Impossible to Royal Pica Typewriter.Price .- only
agents and others In training to and other activities foreign to the
In.
teachers who are able to arouse
I AND FAMILY WILL have a uniform law until the peo $%5.00. Okeechobee Coun.
LEAVE MONDAYMr. pIe themselves want it. become agents on the roll include Bank.Digest. terest of the pupil in the subjectat real purpose for which schools are

and Mrs. S. R. Raifsnider Miss Inez Bates, Miss Ruby Brant ty hand. Whether it be in a one established. 1.

t and daughter Mrs. R. M. Faglie Mrs. T. W. Conely, jr., and her and Miss Elizabeth Hudson, Tallahassee room or a million dollar school They ask that a committee from

Miss Doris Cahoon and Miss Of Recent building is of minor importance. the intermediate grades be appointed -
and two children will leave Monday children. Tom. jr., and Fain, left '4
I i for a vacation trip to Loa An. Wednesday morning to spend a Julia McLaurln, Gainesville Miss "Skilled instructors may be had to carefully select and recommmend '1

gelea. Cal, where they :will spend month with Mrs. Conely's parentsin Emily King Plant City Miss Dor i but only on the payment of a wage tests and work books for these -1

some time with Mr Raifsnlders Quincy, Fla. othy Ross Jacksonville and Mrs. OpinionsByTheAttorney commensurate with that paid the grades; that results from any

Mamie C. Skinner, Ocala. bricklayer or the carpenter. What achievement of intelligent tests not i,
sister. After visit there
a they .
--- General needed- in Florida is be required at the same time report '
will return by way of Salt Lake Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mercer spent urgently

4 City, Utah where they will spend last week-end in Wauchula as' the t A Word to Veterans more stress on capable well trained cards or similar records are due;

i a few days. They expect to be guests of Rev. and Mrs. Vernon'L Who Plan Enter teachers and less expenditure on that each year a revised list of
holidays
six weeks. Coker. to Legal in Florida are expensive luxurious schools and a available school supplies be made !
away
College This Fall not necessarily holidays for ad. variety of nonessential but costly and a copy sent to each teacher; :

H i : CLEAN SHOWING AT SAN JUAN mlnlstratlve workers of county claptrap." and if art and music are required 5

II ,., Veterans who plan to enter col. school boards the atorney general] I can appreciate and share Mr. special teachers be furnished each

; r lege for the first time next fall un has advised State School Superintendent Andrews' amazement. I UTe lone school; a definite time for relaxaiorf -

der the GI Bill were urged today Colin English. In other felt that we have, lost our sense of 'be set up for teachers each

by the Veterans Administration to words the fact that the laws esab. values so far as our cumbersomeand day; that the duties of the school

i I arrange immediately for entrance llsh Memorial Day and Robert E. politically controlled educational secretaries be clearly defined as

t tI 2 M into schools of their choice. Lee's Birthday and other memorial Set up Is concerned.It they relate to the teaching staff.

Earl C. Adams, chief of vocational days as legal holidays does not happens that I employ a nun Less interruption from outside

I I rehabilitation and education VA mean that employees of county her of young men and women in interests; namely, programs con.

Miami regional office,'pointed out school boards can take off. The at. i my office. I have found from experience tests, May festivals, fair exhibits,

h. that VA officials forecast another torney general pointed out that the that the average graduateof radio programs ticket selling op
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peak registration in institutions of law does not require people to stop I' our grade and high schools is ill erettas, junior garden, dabs and

i I r i higher learning the beginningof working on legal holidays nor the equipped for work in a business of. the like; more stress on the three ;i

I u the next school year. Veterans observance of them in any partlcu flee. Most of them can't spell, R's and less work for shoW'.oil

who wait until the last minute to lar way. The county school boards lave no ability to compose, and the purposes. A return to the originaland

11 I I 1. : apply for entrance are, running the have ample authority for determin. task of training them is heartbreakIng. safe aim of the elementary

risk of being "shut out", Adams Ing holidays for the administrative i school that Is, to teach needed

personnel as well as for teachersand Some of them can sing and dance ,skills not Jut a smattering er

said.The VA official,also advised vet. students.In and twirl batons but they can't erythlng and nothing definite upon
i
i erans who plan to start their edu another opinion to the school take dictation, punctuate or spell.I which to buiid. Find textbook in

iI rational training for the first time superintendent Attorney Genera have two girls that came to me English on a simpler reading,leveL

I next fall to apply at once for their Watson declared that school trus" : from rural schools. They far sur. Eliminate red tape and the making

: certificates of eligibility.Mr. tees cannot count time as a trustee pass in common-sense and ability of unnecessary recorder Carefully

toward retirement as a county em most of those from city schools. investigate the teacher load and a

.-:? and Mrs. Curtis Wright have ployee. A trustee, said the attorney We need more'old fashioned Rea.dtn' check-up; on children entering: the

1 ". -,,'' returned to their home here from general. Is neither an officernor RUIn and Rlthmetlc and less school from other sUtes '
of the and politics. The writer has long contendedthat
: Y Tallahassee where they spent the an employee county. hooey red tape

f ,', x" first of the week. The attorney general also replied Teachers themselves realize the we have too much. Colombia

; : ., ; to a question about the liability of situation but are powerless ,to do I University too much polities and

t ......, nonsense in
too'much
, school boards for accidents InvolvIng : anything'about it However a. downright
( .1. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker. jr. -we'd be
motor vehicles. He said that group of courageous Hillsboroag our school system. Maybe
"" The last hurdle before Puerto Rico liberty Inspection, where
Captain's on
left for Tampa
yesterday fe'more
school teachers took better oft if we encouraged *
the law liability for schoo grade
governs
j county
I f' Jie USS Macon, one of the several ships assigned to the expanding train- eye
an
! ;; fag program' for veterans and non-veterans of the Naval Reserve. The Mrs. Walker will undergo bus' operation but any other re the initiative .last week, and in a onsteacber. coon.

; t! I ftfacon's complements of Reservists on the two-week cruises are made operation the first of the week. hides owned by,a school board en. letter to the school board urged the try schools, the kind we *sed to
J 'J' np of civilians from all walks of life-business men. students carpenters : to give men -
consideration
joy the usual governmental immu. officials t CITe more have In into country '
f I r=- welders. After the Inspection these Reservists spread from the \ .4
I ,1 '. aId Spanish fortress of El Mono to the University of Puerto Rico ont You never realize the danger 121 nity from suit for personal InjUryor to the three R's and cut down the like Abraham Lincoln a start '

i I..j : t the tiny island of San Juaiv __, _(OSeitJ. Navy photograph) danger until too late. property liability. number of interruptions heaped. life. "; E

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v SI Richard MeFarlaae. who disappeared do know the plain words! Only plain "Sandra made me mad. She .'J
::n- 01 dada. the 6nt''V.dd War leaving his words would do for you you smug wants money. She says she wants ,',:-
3 i '.,< 1 wile Julia and two children, suddenly self-satisfied little snob! I want ten Rica share. How could Ric havea ;!
/ returu 2i years later and Identifies him thousand dollars. Is that plain share now-while Mother !is alive? Jiif1
t ell as Captain Itlack! *7. stationed at \
to have it. I got furious. I wish I hadn't. I
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enough? And I mean ==
; the same his Ric. serving
F2 camp as too. Ads Guide
Let the
2 ,' l In World War II. Ric has become involved Oh. I know this smart show you'veall feel unsure of myself now-but I -
y *: 1 with Sandra Calvert. a divorcee been putting on I saw throughit did. Tm sorry if I waked ;you up. You When Shopping
.' ""': who Captain Mackey knew at one time. instantly. You're all so poor John L"
He threatens her hot she marries Rte I and you work in corn-fields and "I wasn't asleep. So she wants
.0 '...'" W; anyway arriving at Jolia'1 farm to lives wear overalls and eat cabbage and : money does she? Will she clear
.. "," ; with her, She startles Julia by recoenU- rut if she "
it?
.'" Vi of grits like white trash and put your gets
fug a picture of Richard as that '
..t,:: : Captain Mackey. Whoa hlIa.-coeI to a cars up but none of that fooled me "I don't know. But she made
:;{ I theater with Dave Patterson a family I 1friend. a minute. Ricky has a right to vague threats If she didn't get it
;;. Sandra and Jill. Julia's daash- | his share, and I'm going to have it.". She said she knew something that
.: :-/. vI) ter become encased in a vehement Jill's eyes were amber flames. I didn't know something that would

arctuucat. "So blackmail is one of your special make Mother unhappy. That's when
arts, too. is it? I thought as I flew at her."
much." she said, slowly. "I sup Jill
CHAPTER XVIII j saw her grandfather's eyes
: ji pose poor Ric has done something
move her .
a i past uneasily for a moment -
a. 'YOU couldn't understand Ricky foo11Sb-the poor deluded sap! And focus on the picture on her
-;". though. He's so sensitive. And now you've got hold of it and wantto dresser; then his mouth drew at41k
; at all. hold it over my mother's head. straight and his
} ;you aren't a complex person eyes narrowed a
you know; Jill. You're primitive because you've seen how she adores little. Without a word he walkedout
: 11 rea"y. You are in your element Ric? Well it won't work Sandra.It > of the room. Then she heard a change to CALOX :j
: .e;: here on a farm. Odd that two people simply won't work. Ric's beenin car door slam down below and
:i '.,: a could be so entirely different as jams before and my'mother is she snatched up her robe and wrig- for the tonic effect .I
;you and Ricky." more or less resigned to anythingthat gled into it and flew down the stairs. staTURa 1iw

;- .: "I'm such a primitive than! I comes now. She's given up ex- Dooley had come and Dooley must on year smite : J

a learned to tell the truth very early pecting anything from Ric, exceptdisappointment" not know She had to get to Doo- .. .- ..... F. 4_,r. _,......&.__. .v
b and Ric never bothered. He went:in i ey before Sandra did. jfauern i\o. o*.o U---- -- --- J-

for the more esthetic angles; he She flung open the screen door ,r Due to an unusually large demand and X Help remove 6111I...briq oat
f. current conditions, slightly more time Is all the Baton! lame ef year
thought living excitingly was more and stood framed in the light all required in fining orders for a few of the aule.
important than keeping his word;or wrinkled green silk and flaming most popular patterns. 2 A special iacredknc ia Cclox
choosing high-minded people for hair and eyes like black flames in I encourages rtsmltr atasttge... -
: w friends or anything like that"Y a face white chalk. SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK which has a tonic effect on fun
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as S3* South Wells St. Chicago 7. DL ...helps make them imu.ad_ f
l' "I suppose that's intended for'a And so it was that Richard Mc- Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.No rrossyTone op row aaae_.withM.J.
J dig." Sandra said, 'but it's quite Farlane. standing there under the

a_ ;i all right. It doesn't worry me at all. light, saw his daughter.Jill Pattern No. 5486 Name i. IkrSaest lb.riN, I

"- ; j 1 Ricky told me that you would probably drew back startled and said of the handsomest sets of Address 113CKACKLE y d kmmscaSicd. is.rhur
'.. 1 hate me." 'Oh!" and pulled her flying drapery ONE
summer tea towels you'll see. ,
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f. ij "How stupid of him-to think that ; around her. Then she got her The big four or five inch fruits are
_. I I'd bother!" Jill drawled. "Why breath a little and said, "Oh rm done in the popular' "gingham"cross
'. should anything you do matter tome sorry! You startled me. I was stitch effect. The designscan I SWAP! Aiwa TOP: say. .

Sandra? Or anything that I expecting my mother. You're Cap- also be used on place mats
v; do concern you? We're separate tain Mackey aren't you? I remem- breakfast cloths and outdoor din- tip
; 1. people. We can live our lives without ber. I saw you at Ridley." ing luncheon cloths.

4t": getting emotional one way or He came into the room blinking e prllfR Misc.HI .
, a the other. Only don't put on an act at the light He looked a little i To obtain 7 transfers color chart for !N
r with me. Sandra. Ifs.no good. And odd. Jill thought; there was that working Gingham Fruit Designs. (Pat-
= leave mother alone. Dooleys tern No. 5436). Send 20 cents in coin
my same bewildered look in his
f. eyes
your name, address and pattern number.
'not like me. She doesn't know how that same curious nostalgia as

'to take care of herselL" though he were thinking back hard Pick-up Crochet

t "1 rather like your mother" trying to remember something that THIS dainty little ruffled doily
Sandra said languidly. 'Td never hurt He held out his hand. for summer "pick-up"

want to do anything to hurt her. "I remember" he said. "You are work. It measures 12 inches across
if I could it" Julia aren't ? You with R
help ;you were -one,400-yard ball of crochet cot-
I "What do you mean if you can young Gordon down at Ridley." ton makes this treasure-piece. EKRISR ES 1 -

help it?" demanded Jill hotly. 'Tm JilL Nobody ever has calledme S e
j 1- "You'd better make an effort to Julia. Won't you sit down Cap To obtain complete crocheting directions ?ono rsn
1 help it. Mrs. Richard McFarlane," tain Mackey? You came to see for the Starched Ruffled Doily; Be sure you get America's favorite rice cereal
(Pattern No. 5478) send 20 cents In coin P S
Mother did ? rm She's the one and only KeUoysft Rice Krisplest
Sandra got up and strolled over ;you sorry. your name, address and pattern ,number.
] to the dressing table picked up out just now, but she should be back
# 4 ,, the framed photograph that stood soon. Will ;you wait?"
I 1 there. The picture of a blue-eyed He stood turning his cap aroundin
I officer in an old-fashioned wide- his hands."I .
USED
YOUR TIRES
it ,brimmed campaign hat. came," he said to see your ,
I' "Is this a relative?" she asked brother's wife. The ;young Mrs. Mc
Farlane. She's isn't she?"
with studied casualness. here,
I J: "My father." Jill did not look at "Yes, she's here. Shall I call her ARE WORTH MORE
4''.- ( Lt her. "Ric's father loo. He died She went to bed, I think. There
: in France in the last war." "I want ten thousand dollars1Sandra isn't anything wrong. Is there. Cap: '

E! i "Oh. ;yes Ricky told me. He looks herself tain? With Ric, I mean?" '
againstthe
i: so like an old friend of my first door pressed her mouth twisted to "No there's nothing wrong. Not AT : :
oi husband's that the resemblance is side with ;your brother at least But X
her
one eyes guarded.
j really startling." She studied the have a message for your sister-in- ,
picture and her lips curved greed "I don't like scenes." she said law. But there's no special hurry 1
ily. She licked them slyly like a loftily.t'I hope it won't be about it"Will .
j cat. and her necessary for me to say or do sit down : 1-
f1 eyelids narrowed,, a you then? I'm ,
speculative look anything unpleasant I don't want find in such
growing behind sorry ;you me disarray ,
t them. She put the frame down to hurt your mother. I merely want but I was tired. and I didn't feel -
i shrugged little. "Your father was my rights-Ricky's rights. And I like dressing again after my bath."
i1 very handsome. Jill but he reminds mean to have them. Anything you He took the chair she indicated.He .
II me so much of that man' I say is entirely unimportant You said "You're very like your
detest that I won't look at him any can speak about this to your motheror mother. She had hair like that
,- .. more. Odd that two people should not. Just as ;you please." I remember.. VIE NEED THOUSANDS Of USED TIRESIYOU'll

f J. be so alike isn't it?" "I shall certainly not speak to "Oh, yes" Jill said "you were BE AMAZED AT THE
t ', "Not her about lU"! Jill snapped. "Andif LIBERAL
terribly odd. We only have an old friend of my mother's.
-: a few features. They couldn't help you plan any chiseling I shall do weren't you? You told me. and I'd' TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE YOU'LL GET ON
all I can to defeat You've been "
putting a few similar combinations ;you. forgotten. She dropped on a stool
together." made welcome here you're Ric's and coaxed her thin garments to FIRESTONE DELUXE CHAMPIONS.
"By the Jill?" Sandra wife and on his account TU treat cover her brown legs and eased
way
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paused in the door. "I haven't discussed you as Ric's wife should be treated. her broken arm into a comfortable
the future with your moth- But I'll appreciate it. right now if position. But I'm more like my father
er. I really dread having to do it. you'll get out of my: sight I still ," she went on. "He was an
But I do, have to know what's aheadof like to.believe that rm a lady, but officer too. I was always sorry
us don't I?" when ;you're around Sandra I have that I wasn't born a boy so that I

Jill stood up. stiffening. "What difficulty remembering it" could be a soldier like my father. YOU SAVE
has my mother to do with whaf I have a brother In the air corps
bead of you?" she asked. Mackey and Jill -but you know that of course.. a 3
"But naturally-she has every-; Meet Again You've seen him. down at Ridley: WAYS :
thing to do with itt Don't you thinkit I suppose?"
would be better if ;you talked to Tm going. With pleasure!" .T may have seen him" he evade, 1 I. Save by the
Sandra bit
the words off like lengthsof
her -
about it. Jill? ed. "You've been hurt haven't you?;; '
red-hot wire. "But I'm going to Firestone Liberal
What happened? Car : -
'Talked to her about what? What i get awayfromyou
have ten thousand dollars! I'm
go-
"
,; future do ? Trade-in Allowance.
?
you mean You knew
ing to have It right away! Do '
that Ric would be gone perhaps for "No-it was a horse. I went over,
think I was fool to
you enough
You knew her head. Can' I get you some:
years that when
you marry into this family without kI owing Save More
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on
.h married him. thing to drink. Captain?
But that's Just it. I did marry what Ricky's prospects were? "1 could use a drink." He smiled R .i Mileage and
I'm no child! rye taken care of
him. I at her. "Could I come with and -
am Ricky's wife. And be- for ;you .
myself a long time. I know howto Safety.
cause I'm his wife I do have to ber go on doing it" fix it myself? t
'" concerned about our future. Ricky "Of course if ;you like. Men always
4:', has rights that have to be con "I and haven't got ten thousand dollars like to get into kitchens don't 3.Save Time and
I! my mother hasn't got it- "
sidered. they? Jill led him through the
.rIf "Rights?" Jill repeated curtly. and she's not going to sacrifice anything hall and the dining-room flipping Trouble Use
to get it-not for Sandra
r- .:' "Of course he has rights. The right McFarlane! you switches as she went noting that he the Convenient
-ta to get the best out of life that he seemed to be studying the roomsas
.?' = can when the war Is over. But my "Very well" said Sandra evenly they passed through them. 'This Firestone Budget
mother has nothing to do with that "I see I shall have to speak to her house is very old." she talked on. Plan.
a Tbafs.Ric's problem." about 1tmyselL" pushing the swing door back and
"You dare to do !t1! You dare to waiting for him to precede her into

'A Request forRW make my mother unhappy-you the warmth and peach-pickle fragrance
} dare! ru throw ;you out of the of Mamie's kitchen. 'Myroom .
*T s Rights house myself. Get out of my mother's grandfather built it before

d "Yon'd like to see him pushed -get out get out!" the Civil War. and the bricks were
Come in and
out wouldn't :you? You'd like to The door clapped angrily as burned here on the place.". t equip your car for summer driving and vacation
keep everything ,for yourself.You've Sandra slammed it Her hands tripS Youwnt afford to.miss this opportunity- buy Firestone !

been digging yourself in. trembling, her body like Ice but her The KitchenIs De Laze Champion Tires at a big laving We need wed tires

x haven't you building yourself up as face and eyes blazing. Jill stood still the SameShe lor retreading and even if your tires are only
such dutiful daughter playing Ric for a minute glaring, shuddering aQ you'll save partlyDoa worn
down with those sly sidelong digs over with the ,fierce anger tha t was sliding the Ice cubes out money by trading them in 11OW. >t put it oft I
Awfully clever But-I think X shook her. of the tray, and she saw him turn :& COME m TODAY I

': know 'something! that you don' She was till trembling all and reach for a glass and wondered ,
is know Miss Jill McFarlane! Ifs when the door opened a cautious how he knew where to look.r ; COMPARE THESE
merely .a hunch I have but my crack and old John L thrust his but of course glasses were kept hi FEATURES

z hunches have a way of coming head in his thin,hair disordered the obvious place. If he hadnt : !.fOP TO 550snO GER. New Saft1.Sured cord body gives
J found one there he'd have extra protection
And my" advice to Is opened against
through. you his mustache quivering like an in blowouts and can be retreaded again and again '
another cupboard door.
z; to change your actics and quick. quisitive antenna. ; ,
Jill looked at her; her eyes like "Whaf broke?" he whispered. "Say: when." she prompted, as ': *UP TO 60% MORE NON-SI ANGLES. New
Saft1.0rfp ke&d -.
Ice. she balanced the bottle over the ; : assures exurb trao. ..
You'd better put It In words of Jill got herself hi hand with a gUis. ""Oh but I should let you tion aid extra protectiOn against akiddingot ;.

one' syllable. ,Sandra. ,she said.coldly. little difficulty. pour ;your own shouldn't IT I'm ::1Ti u!'TO 32% LONGER MILEAGE Wider flatter
"Being primitive rm no "I got mad John L." she said awfully Inexperienced at this sort tread and ViWalc gobbet provide
-good at puzzles- I think you know hoarsely.: "X yelled like a-Hkia 0 of thing. Captain, you spoke about extra protection against wear

bow to speak, plainly: .' if you wantto'doJt Lieutenant Gordon? You don't hap...
:. "I hint you know-a lot of "Like a McFarlane." supplied her pm to know where he is now. do .

very plato words., indeed." grandfather helpfully. 'threw back herjiead. "1 you. What were you ;yelling about?"
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NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller ; fi c3'F K.of t

f, HAW HAWWHERE MIGHT INTEREST YOU. / HOW JA ;: :. >ralion
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A COOL Feminine, delightfully Frock simple afternoon ndrer ;

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12.20RaglanSleeved more mature figure. Soft shirringat .Ion
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touch, the gored skirt is as grace-
LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita ful as can be. uitew
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WHAT HAPPENED Pattern No. 8019 Is for sizes 30. 38. 40. ved
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ONE ?? ; good looks. versatility Raglan sleeves and smart are the
SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. I by
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If repeated on the handy pockets. Enclose 25 rents.in cola for each I
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Perfect for classroom, office, gen- pattern I ng.
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MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher

NELLOI SAMTNIS I'M SORRY, YOU'RE THIS AINT SAM YOU You GoT d !
IS YOUR WIFE! BUT You ? GOT T *E WRONG NUMBER! SOME NERVE .. .. ____u__ :
\ box 01 stationery with a inreecent euecuve method for clean mewo ;
R R WHAT ARE You THIs WHAT? t.ISSENtMINE stamp on each envelope rig copper, brass or pewter is
R G a YOU DOING BE AtN'Tf WHAT PRt VP'r makes a nice gift for a friend in making a paste of equal parts of us.as. jJ
R1NG: OVERTHERE TEN NUMBER the hospitaL salt, flour and vinegar. Apply the J ,
o LONG?; : iS T1l IS? ,..-.- paste, let stand for an hour rub ,
.., YOU'VE GOT On stormy days confusion is off, wash with water and polish. 'r
" THE-' 1'4 I LISSEN greatly diminished when lookingfor -.-
't S'I Tills is NOW DID rubbers if mates are attached Grind small pieces of toilet soap ed'n
GOOD MAtN 6.2382 with snap clothespins which are i a a food grinder for use in your
A YoeN labeled with the names of the lish pan. It makes lots of suds
1 ,. To GET Ot '1 1TttIS owners. md is easy on your hands too.
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t\t i WIRES Jj;i,,, Use an electric fan to dry your After )'OU.have. washed your Ind
liquid stockings. While smoothingthe sweater, press it when it is almost
film on your legs, let the di- try. Lay it smoothly on the iron- tow
JITTER By Arthur Pointer rect breezes from a fan speed 1 3g board, placing a cloth over it. <--
-- drying. Use a warm iron: and press lightly :
. y1. .sue =- -.- then allow sweater to lie flat
,; A sure cure for a child's absent- oa, a towel to finish drying.TWL .
mindedness is to have him repeat r,
after you simple directions you r-
expect him to follow..
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It is time to change your mindif PETROLEUM JELLY s i
you're one of those who think ," MtmuilvI : '5r
iwrkiwd lad I a, .M J.MOROLINE.
all furniture in your best room
should match piece for piece. The r
smartest and most comfortablerooms L
we've seen were rooms i
with mixed furniture mixed .
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1. "period pieces" or all modern to I I 1 1I
good effect. Blond and dark
get a Yodora I :
FELLERS By Gene Byrnes
REG'LAR pieces go together very well and \
you may, for example, have a :
I AH/A 6UVOM WELtYOt) KJNSTIU. T HouR practical, functional table next to checksperspiration
TH*LOOTE. CO IT WHILE Elk, THIS IS WHATINNASaoiN'TDO your old wing chair.
HEY. PlNMCAO WELb, YOU'RB'WORKIN' I (
1 WANTAJOE! I WAS FOR ME, CANT CHA"! tl' ( WHEMYOu
5OMETHIN.OIN*T* DO, 3URC.YACAM: ON WERE HIRED ME/ WDUl lo ihsi, W.id.2. r I >

Once when the popular wit and odor "_i

1I after-dinner speaker, ChaunceyM. .-
r e.F + Depew was president of the THE SoomM' WAY
tut nne E'h e ; New York Central railroad he began I
to receive numerous and Made with a joe*cream late\bdora ,
Q itf Fr. vociferous complaints concerningthe u actually toatJuag to normal skin*.
-I :j, "t .; sadly deteriorated quality of No harsh chemicals or Irritating
9 the station restaurant at Utica. alts. Wont harm akin or clothing loti ,.
, But more important matters Stay soft and creamy, never fet i g
kept him from remedying the z
VIRGIL By Len KleU situation. That was, until he received T jj.odocsJed the wonderful]
the following letter:
WHOEVER TREE' ONLY'
( "Dear :Mr. President: You are atas
- LOST THAT IS 6tS'f I IN TratS1O' C the finest after-dinner speaker in

LCOIC: A WA60N t5A Eta ( WHO STILL USES the world. I would give a great way '-J
WHEEL BOLT- WM \ A VYA6ON-I oy deal to hear the speech you would ji j I-
5OOM- M> i
Rt make after you had dined in the -
restaurant in your station in to =
a a Utica."

Depew had the station fixed up
.D' pronto! a....a a. r r.,,an..a c14 J JR

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THBPUBUCDatureor.t
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: by describing exactly the products that are offered. Its -T_
._ benefits because the advertiser .
employees, must be more fair
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4f o. and Just than the employer who has no obligation to the public.

.f.j These benefits of advertising are quite apart from the obvious

. : benefits which advertising confers-the lower prices,the'higher

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-- THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, June 27 1947Publuhed t

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; Cfu5 Some folks hate to work but they CLASSIFIED ADSFOR The only thing which worries A ten year old girl with a permanent Trouble with some folks is that '" .

@lttulynbc2 enjoy labor troubles GO long as they most folks about going up In an air ware and lip stick would they cannot figure out the difference

can keep out of range. plane-Is the manner, In which look more at ease with the additionof between their religion and 1-
every Friday by the SALE-Lot 9, Block 133, '
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee, sleeveed they may come down. a barrel stare spanking. their politics.
Some men prefer long M.
Okeechobee County, Florida. Okeechobee, Florida, by J.
shirts others prefer the short Roney, owner 618 Atlantic Nat'L

BRYANT ,BOWDEN .,..,..,..E fox cash sale .at $300.00. r
rm
If you don't want to live to a
. 'c. SUBSCRIPTION RATES SALE-New Case Tractor, D
, old drink paint and FOR
One Year in advance >.,......$3.00 ripe age green Model "LA" dual wheels Can ; fSbj:
., Six Months in advance .,-..... 1.50 die while you are green. Domer'sMachine flI1SH8iqqesttru k
be seen at Shop news
Three Months in advance ...... 1.00
receiving so much
"
Since men are
r FOR RENT _..
,:; Entered as second class matter July pension money and other big matrimonial gobsof Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobeeon :

? 1. 1914, at the Post Office in Okee money these days the their State highway. 7879 acres all
;;; ehobee Florida under Act of March agencies are finding fenced and cross-fenced. Cattle
5\ 8, 1879.There's. business going on the rocks.
pens, dipping rat, two houses,barn,
about 600 acres In carpet grass.
:; a reason for everything We read of one young fellow Write owner.U. .
'1\1 except & boll in the nose. who loved his girl so much that he O. PARSLEY.
; killed her-that was love at last Box No. 809.Kenora. ,

: Every child loves to go to school sight W. V*.

:':' -but they rather go fishing.
. Funny but the only thing a
FOR SALE-Pair Roll Fast roller
;. Russia is our good neighbor and man*knows about the ooffieur of a fikates. Practically new. Price

will take what we refuse to give bathing beauty is what his wife $4.00.-Jerry Hardenbrook, Tur-

t her. tells him after the show 4s over. nlpseed Apartments.FOR .
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Money may be the root of all evil When you see a hog raiser buy SALE-Good gentle Jerseycow \ '
but we don't mind taking chances ing side meat at a grocery store and calf. Will freshen this '- -
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with it.
these days you can understand Just fall; they are yours for $100.00- -
what excess money Is doing for the Ernest Campbell. .. _
A man who does not keep his -
country. -
mind on his business soon has noL .1
FOR SALE-House and 49 acres

L business. Since sugar rationing has been of good farm land, sugar mill ti3S., ':ti4ti __ .A D'Ice
lifted we gain great pleasure as and two large substantial out. I
Before prohibition the boys used -a DeS'G1ICHnROLEI.IRUCKS
walk through the residential sec houses. Located on State Roadat /l6VJ
.to paint the town red-now they V
tions of Okeechobee in smelling the Fort Drum.J. .
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: ... paint em blue.
enticing odors of apple pies in the HUDSON PARKER
of baking. Fort Drum Fla.
You can't tell a man hy the process
clothes he wears and you can*
1 l tell 41 vrnrnanFolks .nvthfnp.. *
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NEW FOUR.POINT DRIVER *M tie exclusiVe CAB 7fAT'iBKEaTft&greatest
COMFORT 1. The cab that
' ten' gallon once cans-now bought lard they spend by the a OF ) breathes.Is"wider 2. Drivers and deeper compartment driver
: 1 contribution to .
J fortune for five pounds. JULYSPECIALS -more leg room. 3. Wider Q$' V.., V V
-:. : deeper more comfortable seats comfort and safety in truck history!
are fully editable. 4.Larger
l 1 fellows make love
Some young 4TH. U0 : windshield and windows give; -
with flowers or a box of candy but 22% better visibility. See this truck at our showroom! See today's newest trucks,
a new car is the surest way.
FLEXI-M UNTED CAB rubbercushioned -
V against: -road with the cab that "breathes"-that "inhales" fresh.ah and "

Some folks are under the Impression shocks torsion and vibration. _,
that taxes are a thing to be Stronger, sturdier FRAMES. "exhales" used air-keeps glass clear and free from fogging.

evaded as long as possible.
V I LONGER WHEElBASES. See this line of advance-design trucks, with new increased
.
i INCREASED LOAD SPACE in
The small lunch that a workingman
pick-ups and panels. load longer-than-ever wheelbases and host of other
; once called a '%nackw will cost space a
Men's Swim Trunks VAlVE-IN-HEAD TRUCK ENGINES -
about four dollars today. __-..- w.___ $2.95 up
you -world's most econoim
improvements destined make Chevrolet
,,- to even more highly
cal for their size.

f If you think wages are high just Men's Sport Shirts _____ _____ $2.95 upMen's ,HYDRAULIC TRUCK BRAKES_ preferred by truck buyers.. *>"*11*au mtu*IM _Mai It yet ML
try to lire on thirty dollars a weekend with exclusive design for greater
i( own an'extra pair of sox. brake-lining contact-assure)
quick, safe stops CHOOSE CHEVROLET TRUCKS FOR TRANSPORTATION UNLIMITED
it T-Shirts, white & colors __---- $1.00 up
No matter how hard they try
the airliners wUl never outdo the '
autos in the slaughtering of people. Men's Toyson Pajamas Reg. Style, Also knee GILBERT CHEVROLET S

J;;",., If there were no bad habits for length Short Sleeve Style. New Pastel Colors. \

bad folks to engage in there wouldbe
nothing for the good folks to
LADIES-See our new stock of Piece Goods-
gossip about.
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Thi is the first summer we have We are receiving new patterns daily-
known in years when sorgum mo

lasses! and hot biscuits were good We have what you want to make that new"
:< eats at noontime.

Spring and Summer Dress We also have a
It Rip Van Winkle should have BUILDING
f: slept until now his awakening Complete Line of Notions and Accessories.

would have paralyzed him into an ,

eternal sleep. COME IN AND LOOK AROUND!


I The cold weather of Sunday nite

t caused the closing of many win.
Raulerson Dept. StorePhone
dows which have been open to be

closed for the time.

10 MATERIALY
.. When we visit the dry counties
Okeechobee Florida .
In Florida we note that most of the : I
moongai6Ts do their looking

through a bottle. I

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;. Independence That we have opened a new Builder's Sup-

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FRIDAY JULY 4th, 1947 ,
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... We are now carrying a large line of Lumber :
V IS NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY ,

/ Roofing, Windows, Doors and other building -

.7 And a Legal Holiday in Th.e.State of, V material that the people of Okeechobeemay
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f # '. > Florida- need in Building and Rpairs. If we


.i":': ,:ThiSBANK will not be open for business :' do not have what you want we can get it for '
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: you within a few days. s

.,,:).'. on that day. .;
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=t j :._" ':- "All Orders for Currency, Payrolls, or We have addeded to our Garage and Repair

Transfer of Money should be made onor Shop a New Upholstering Department ; -,.

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"Okeechobee County BankMember ,


Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation iV
MIXON & ELLISFormerly

Phone 15 Okeechobee, Fla.


S. H. McDougald, Vice President R. G. Dynes, Cashier Mixon's Garage -- Phone 132 Ok eec Iib- ee, Fla.'

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IN THE I I Every time the clock ticks
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN following -
described *
old at public .action on the 1st day of July; A. D. land.Court will h* FLORIDA: span of life is just a tick shorter-

,herein to the County of Ok *hobeta. State. together of Florid.with, to 1'4'ttt.1941. amount at the dw for II tares' TO: J. T. HASKELL. If livtar. and '' Fro nere I sit...'by Joe Marsh the doctor is the only one who can "'..........-............,.. -.. .j.
art opposite to the Mm* all
coat for
eb sale and If dead -
*dTrOh all
tliln! *. Raid Date to begin at 12 o'clock Ne ft.- Interest, parties claiming an [ do anything about that. t .
----
by through: under or ...
a ilnst. J T. .r
De.eriptt.a! .f Land See. Rge. Au Name .r Owner ...tNW'4 ed. Residence HASKELL.Unknown Deceas- f

Twp. Too and each of you are hereby: re- Hat FOR SALE-Four lots with new
Crazy
qulf'f'd to file an Appearance the house and garage. A va.rietyof I
of NE% and SKNWT Dill of Complaint filed against yon In }t "'.
2 33 :12 111 C. B. Fritz 567S a suit the nature of which la tt> remove fruit, Dowers and vegetables.J. kF

% of Lot 24 1-1 35 32 II E. n. Y'a.TDolda t.ft bobee cloud on title to real property la Okee- f Wins Refrigerator! J. Dana, Box 775, Okeechobee, ,

Lots 21 nd 22 __ 4 M 33 40 CL W. Redell ...-. 5.37l.otl follows County Florida described as Florida. ,r

25, 26 27 4 34 3.1 60 John. Fllkbma r..r.._ 6.33 Lot 5, Block 160. Town of Okeeeho-' a

Lot 2 __. ..-_-.. 5 34.33 20 R. Nelson 241Lot bee. according in Plat Book to plat thereof recorded One of those "Breakfast in theta" she's put ;;with Ed's pipe and .;:. ,

2-1 ______ fl M 33 20 T. C. Anderson _____ :.41 .lie records ef 2. page 17. pub. morning*radio shows NOTICE t
St. Lvcie County came to Capithe other little freedoms he enjoys.
Eye of Lot 19 ___ 10 M 33 10 Laura Morgan I.'" Florida. tol EQUALIZING THE ASSESSMENT OFT.LES -

Lot :0 _____ 10 M 3.1 20 IT. Y. 'Wdrot'k _241w34 .t my office In the Connthouae la City last week,and Sarrah Carey They've got that refrigeratorwon FOR IM7 l

of Lot 21 _. 11 M 33 20 henry Bin eel' 1.21 of Okeechobee..July 1947.Florida The said on the suit l1tb Is filed day won first hat prize In for wearing the craziest now, stocked with beer; and TO OKEECHOBEE ALL PROPERTY COUNTY OWNERS IN rI I Fishermen

Lot 13 Bl kTOWNSITE 23. ID tbe Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial the audience. It was a we're going over tonight to drink a Yon are hereby notified that on ;July

OF DEESA. John 8ilkkema ..-....-,.. L1 Circuit of Florida. In Chancery fnn-sized refrigerator (The prize toast-not just to Sarrah's hats taking 7th. 1&47. the County Tax Assessor will {
Lot 29 ___ 23.M 33 20 Unknown ...., _._, 2.41 and Is entitled: A.. LINDSET OCON- not the hat.) I meet with -the County Commissioner
NOR. as Ancillary first but In the Court House for the purpose of fmpJoyedMary
: Administrator etc prize. to a happily .
Lot 18................ 11 M S3 20 C. H. Cooler 2.41 Complainant -vs- ;J. T. HA8KZLL. "Glad them hats of her paid off hearing complaints and receiving<< testl-
Lot 1i .-.- __ al M IS 20 W,Wllaon 2.(1 ET AL.. Defendant married couple, who've learned to many at to the value of any property fl f

Lot 9 13 at as 20 Wm: Skulls ..,,-, ,....,.,- Ul WITNESS my hand and the seal of at last says Ed, treating the live with one another's differences real or personal a* fixed by the County heir
aa M as 20 Kitla said Court at Okeechobee.: Florida. this whole thing like a Joke. But Assessor of Taxes of perfecting.: re- Court Case
__ Beah1er .. you in
Lot 111 .. .,.,. t.n itJa day of June. A. D. 1&4T, tastes-whether it's a taste for viewing and equalizing assessments.
Lots 21. 28 2t __ S 13 as tIO Blanche >J* Caa .............. 683Lot. MABEL[ BAnLERSOX SHEFFIELD. could tee h. wa proud of Sarrah. hats or beer! C. E. DRAWDY. Chairman l

IS 4. Block 8 (SEAL C'- '2reuit! Court From where I alt,there another Board County Commissioners "- _
GREELEY 8UBDIVISIO B. 1'. Smith ._ 1.37BASINGER By Connie %.."Banlerson.. D. C. Okeechobee County. Florida. :: Lake Okeechobee Cammer-
-- -- thing Ed can be proud of the ,'
Liddon. Fee : '
PARK BLK. A Parker. way 11.11 (June 20 27. ;July 4) belles
T Unknown Attorneys for Complainant he'a put up with those hats ofSarrahtswithneveraeriticismjust Association held a
... 1.21 "fAu/
Lot 2 ._ .. .----- -- Ft. Pierce Florida rJoe { IN THE COUNTY COURT OF OKEE portant
Lot SO 10 Faulk 1.27Lota June U. 20, 27, ;July 4, U-(SO CHOBEE COCXTT. STATE OF meeting at these

29 SO -_ __.--_-. 12 ,lfford Gerald ___ 127S. FLORIDA. _-_ here Sunday afternoon

nf RE% of NWtia as scent for the *bout fifty members wexa

of NE;: ___ 2G 35 33 5 Monroe Webb -_.., t.n THE STATE:NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR: ,Copyright,1947t United States$ Brewers Foundation Cli1t r1LBo'iI Plaintiff.Company, a corporation. After a general discus-

.,
B ISiNGERItVSINESSS the
TO: pending trail
SECTION BLK. TS. that Trill

Lc.t 3 ______._.3 G. A. Snider _____ 1.21 ESTHER ELIZABETH SIMMONS II. L. CHANDLER. I at Arcadia Monday
e/o Ranlo July
Station .
DefendantNOTICE
Lot 8 5 Willie F. Young __________ 1.21 Gastonia N. C. ? OK SHERIFF'S SALE Association Toted to
I
Lot T __, 10 Erne Castle ............. 1.2T You are hereby required to file :your FE1NALDIRECTOR By virtue of aa execution issued out ulman employ
written appearance at my office in BUSINESS & 'I of and under the el of the County local attorney, to
Loti" to 12 tue.- 8 35 M 84 F. E. Flnjrerton 8.18 Okeechobee. Florida on or before July \ourt and directed to me. said execution '. (heir defense

Iota 27. 2S 29 8 35 M 1 3 n. E. Frost ___ 8.t1: 21. 1W7. to Bill of Complaint for dl oaring) been leaned in favor of Cha M. 11
voice filed against you by Jlmmle Sim. Williams agent for The Ritter Box: Assist attorney R. K.
21 :u :U 20 Otto W. Able Ul
Lot 2 wont In Circuit Court. Okeechobee' corporation against IL L. '
Company
a laml.
Lot 19 _____ 2G 3i: M 20! John Beardatey 2,41E ounty. Florida in default whereof = Y I 'Txaudkr. I have levied upon and will .'. Butler Dowda of .

% .f Lot 1:5: _'_ 21 35 M 10 Edwin F. Williams _._.._.,,..1.44 Deere Pro Confesso will be entered offer for sale at the South entrance of and the Attorney General
10 Elizabeth Sch.ar against yon; the Okeechobee News Is the Courthouse In Okeechobee la the
W of Lot 29 2S 35 M __ I.U II ting the case of
% designated as the newspaper in which said County and State on the 4th dayf ..' the Flari-
NROOKFECHODEE his Order shall be published once aweek -. August A. D. 147! between the legal Board of Conservation
IIT8. BLK. for four consecutive weeks hours of sate, the following described
'. (Section A) Witness my hand and official seal IMMEDIATE DELIVERY roperty. situate lying and being In fishermen when the case

Loti 24 It 25 .:...- 18 C.,c. WU.en .-...,.__._._.._._ 1.27Lots .t Okeechobee, Florida this 18th day BURGESS he County of Okeechobee.: State of ore the court
Monday
of ;June. A. D. Electric Saws Electric Drills to
1847
28 21 28B' ;J. II. Rand 1.21lAta Florida to-wit: ,
ABEL: RAULERSON SHEFFIELD Bench Saws GrindersWeldet's All that part of Lot 9 lying outside whether or not to
grant
1. 2" a .............-- 30B' Sophia Cbrl4en.on- (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court. -10" Lathe of the plan of reclamation of Eagle .. Ion against
Loti 42 to 45 Ine e.----. 33 Fay: Robert ---:-__ 1.21 Okeecbohee County. Bay surrey according:: to plat thereof .' commercial

Iota M to 31 Inc .............. ::6: Unknown _._._.._._..__.... 1.21 Uary 1'ehulman.AUorueT': Hand Tools Pumps Supply Co. recorded in Plat Book 1 at page; Lake Okeechobee.
40 n.' F. for Plaintiff. 12" Radial 'Arm Saw :51 of the public records of Okee- he
__ Landon :_ 1.21 Legislature
Lots 21 to 30 Inc ----- (June 20, 27. ;July 4. 11. 18) chobee County. Florida. passed a .
(Granada Clrele) CLARK J. SMITH The satisfaction of the said exeeu- heating the
8 40 11. F. l.andon ____ 1.271V ion and the accumulated costs In penalty for
Loti T _---- FEEDGRAINHAYBABY[[ Y I
-fishing
% of SWy; except I NOTICE OF TAX SALE Sales Rentals Service favor of the assignee! and holder of said in the lake and

RR RIW ____ 36 33 'i :1 R. D. 1I01mt ____ 8.29 For Delinquent 1W. Everglades 209 Okeechobee Road ndgment. ntrol of the lake over

17& 18.B1k7SOUTIILANIS Drainage District Taxes CHICKS STEWART. Sheriff e Board of
Lots : NOTICE is N O Conservationand
IIEIGJITSTrad I ands hereby riven that all Ph. 20276 West Palm BeachJAMES' Okeechobee Count, Fla.

:3 Julia Rowland ________ 1.37F.4 delinquent of on Everglades July 1st. 1947 fornon.payment June 27 July 4. 1L 18, 25-5O Fresh Water Fish

of SWy of NEy: U 31 3."i 20! ;r. Iu Scott __ .70.22 : District Taxes for the year 1946.Drainage or so Tues. and Fri.FOR n filed a suit in Circuit

NE% of NW1N of NEO 31 :ti 10 ,W. ;J. Dempaey 1.0F.eg. I much thereof as may be necessary to rt Myers to test the newt
paT> the amount due for
:200! It W of NE NIl' taxes on said NOTICE the
of S4 of NW4ofNW4of II.ndl for said ;year together with the OKEECHOBEB COUNTY. FLORIDA same time askedrt
costs of
sale
specified in the laws
$ErunW130ft.S3O: : gov. grant an Injunctionercial
N OOV ft erning said District, will be sold at JUNE 14. 1911NO'tICE
ft. E 1.90 ft, ,
\ 00 ft N 100 tt __ 20: ) :rr 3i: H CarJ181 Thomas ____ 8.91 public action beginning at 12 o'clock IS HEREBY GIVEN that fishing In the
noon on the let day of June 0 of Chapter
1947 at pursuant
N 2/3 of SE" of SW the froat door of the Count House In Typewriter & SupplySALES U S Tires LS294 ofFlorid.. Acts of 1837. case has been set by

of SE'--- _...- 29 31 33 8 213 10'Au.tI.. Bemis ____ 2.r.o the City of Okeecbobee. Florida and known as the MURPHY ACT. aa* btPllrlU.Df'e dge Whltehurst to be
Beg XW cot Gott lot 4mu continuing until said sale is completed SERVICE SUPPLIES Puroll Products of Chapter 20658.: Laws of
E 510 n to beg. thence A complete list of such delinquent Ford Parts- Florida. Acts of 1941. known ss tile rcadia Monay morning.
E 510 It to ,V bdry Conch7property. ands is available for public Inspection Typewriters Adding and,. EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT umber of fishermen
during the business hours ACT. the following described asera
S to 17. Lab at the office Machines Service
Ipy..l. S n degrees f G. W 547,4 of the Tax Collector for the County of Calculating land situated In Everglades Drainage from here who are
ft. North to Bee 33 31 33 Ii It. W. I1u1Rf'T 'I1E" ___ 50ft ikeechobee in the Court House at SEE District In Okeechobee:: County Florida n the
keechobee, Florida and Inquiries as CASH REGISTERS FOR SALE will be offered for sale at public case are expected
Loll 10. 11 and 1%. Bloc to the lands included in said delinquent OKEECHOBEEMOTOR outcry for the highest and best cash he court hearing
VOWEL SUBDIVISI0 rnltnowD _______ 1.2 Mon-
%.
,. 1st. by mall or by telephone or in PHONE 1009 bid. subject to the right of the Trustees -
i f CONNER IIIOIIL\ND8 BLK. person during business hours will be CO. of the Internal Improvement mber of out of town

Lots 1 and 2 .-___.._ -- 2-1 Robert F.. Stein 1.32 fully answered by the office of said Fund and of the Board of Commissioners men, sportsmen
Tax 103 Atlantic of Everglades Drainage District and
.__. 45 ;Jean c. Hamilton ____ 1.32I Collector SALES SERVICE
I Jots 21. 22 and 23 .-___-.. BESSIE ALDERMAN Tax Collector to reject any and all bids, at the are interested In the
} Lot 24 --- 70 1I1ble E. Gamm.ge 1.32 Okeechobee County. Florida. FT PIERCE FLORIDA POBOX 47C PHONE 44 Courthouse beginning at 10-10 td
I DEBERRY GARDENS BLK. June 6. 13 20, 27 o'clock A. M. on the 21st day of ;July. the meeting here

Lots 3 to T In('. .__ 1 Wm. G. Wallace _____ 1.32 1M7.of ten As acres to or all more parcels title to of onehalfof land noon.rs. .

OKEECHODEE CITY BLK. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE petroleum and three-fourths of

Lots :5 8 23 Frank BOlwell ___ 1.68 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF other minerals will be reserved "by S. C.
FLORID IN AND FOR, OKEECIIO- Trustees of the Internal Cornelius and
Lots 10 & 11 -,____ 23 \YnU Williams ________ t.:Ot. BEE COUNTY. IN CHVNCKRY. Burney Kelz Fund. Easements for road Improvement right of returned to their home

Lots 1 and 2 _---_-_-. .--- 24 Josephine Caples L32 SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. 'PHllCOAUTHORIZED way 200( feet wide will be reserved by
Lot 13 __--'__ 36 Violet .;r. Rf'aaon'r .__ 1.32 1. C.- PEARCE. Formerly said Trustee from any parcel through k after spending two

t. Lot 10 ___ 41 Alberta Howard 1.32j v. PlaintiffFRANK and which easement there Is an for existing drainage state road and; ion, in .N orih"' a. {

Loti 1 to 4 ins _..._.....-T-.-. 44 Emma Dean. Eat 8.16 FELDMAN and Denmark'sComplete reclamation and for road purposes 4

j N fO tt of Iota T tOo 12 Inc __ 44 Emma Dean. Eat ___ 2.M LILLIAN FELDMAN et all will be reserved by the Board of Raulerson and

Lot 'I 1)8) E. S. Clanl __-.._. 1.32 Defendant. t Commissioners of Everglades Drainage sons,
: ORDER TO APPEAR SERVICE ; District. *d Pete
;j I.otl 2. 11 and 12 ran Ira R. Young _. 1.0; THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Home Outfitter Tleserlpti.a accompanied 1

1 1.0. 4 and 5 _--____ 90 Eo D. ROil __.w.-- 1.32Lot To Frank Feldman and LilUan FeW Lots 15. Blk ft. City-of Okeechobee =t Dudley and soot Jim-

1 4 _- In Jut's Drawdy _____ 3..01 man. if alive. Marshall N. Hunt and Beg 5 t.7 ft. X of SE Cor of NEST "" uesday In West Palm
Gertrude Hunt bis wife. If alive and of 8\v4 of *WU run W I4O ftN..
::1 Lot 2 ____ ISO Sheridan Phlllipi --__ 1.33" It such persons or any of them are ULMER EZELT. Phone US J. E. Con, M
4 Lot 8 ......._. .,._.__ m S. L. iforrtaonf ----_- 1... lead, to their unknown spouses heirs Sec. 21. Twp. 87 Rge. containing: '

A I..otl 1 and 2 .............. 213' ..1. C- Rogers "I1E'. __-- 6.26 devisees legatees, or grantees: and to H Acre" more or less s. R. E. Link
all persons having or claiming an In. Lots 1. 2&1O. Blk. 83. City of Oee- are Yla-

,f 1 l.ots"Ot'TII: .OKEECHOBEE....-..._._._. __BLK.5 Marie L. Rhodes ___ 1.32 erest situate in lying the following and being described In the County lands f'lIobtot Lots 1324 IncL" Blk. II. Okeechobee s In Tennessee and

;'1 i Lot 4 _____ 19 ROT Draughton ___...., ..- 1M of Okeechobee.<< State of Florida to-wit: Development Co. S/D itinue their trip to
( Unknown 1.32 of of of Section :23: Lots 8 & >>. Blk. M Okeechot
J Lot 8._____ 40 ---- WH NEU SWV4 :: here they will visit
E% of NEVi of SWT4: Development Co. SID .
f I SOUTJlWEST ADDITION Crouch __.. .,_._. 13OKEECiIOBEE = E% of SEtt of NW!4: East SidePackage Lots 1.24 IncL. Blk. P. Okeechobee ghter and son In lawerger
--i 20 ___ 7 Zanita OKEECHOBEELIQUOR r
Lot. 19 .I: NWU of SEU of Section 23. Development Co. SID Casey.
J HEIGHTS Township 37, South Range 35 East. Lots 1 to 12 IncL. less Lots 7. 8 & '.
A : -: 'I Frank Chandler "liE" _--- 3.SS GREETING: STOREOnly D. Bik. 2. Riverside Park :
Lot 10 _-.-.------ .J. C. Pearce having filed his sworn Store Lots 1. 2 &: 12. Blk. 7. Riverside Park. ;.
-,) ROYAL OAKS ADDITION 3.50 Bill of Complaint In this suit the na- Lots 1.12 IneL Blk. K, Okeechobee ',; and daughter,

t J..ot 8 ____ 2 Alfred W.ttf'rlOn "n& tore and purpose of which is to de- Development Co. S/D home Tueadaafter-
ermine the title of the Plaintiff to the Bar la Town Lots 7. 8 & 9. Blk. 2. Riverside Park
: 4
l Lot SOUTHERN 15 Blkif PINES ADDITION land herelnabove described to be a Liquors Wines Cordials I.oto 11 Inc'". Blk. 7. Riverside cas and Tennessee,
Ummle Blair ---- 132 good and sufficient absolute fee simple ParkTRUSTEES : rat two weeks
.5 a raca/-
Lot 8 Or THE INTER
--- title to have all claims and Interests of
::1 s Beulah TlUm.D t.32 the Defendants, and each of them. In PHONE 34 NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND elatires and friends
t WRIGHT Ie BASS ADDITION 2.TT and to said lands passed noon and de- EAST OKEECHOBEE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
; 2e Queen Black! conE" ermined. to remove clouds upon the Seward Swain STATE ROAD NO. 8 .
''; L:1136-------T----i: : Walter McKenzie "H& 2.TT laintiffs' title to said land. to quiet BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
: : D Robert. ---_n 1110 and confirm the Plaintiffs title there- PHONE 103-1 AGE EVERGLADES DRAIN.
J f L-----------------B ltamte ---- ne Whldden
to and In which Bill of Complaint the DISTRICT arrIved
!! Lob 11 -----
By Uoel lUoler-oa Sheffield. Agafor
Plaintiff states that he believes there o
spend
a three
RAILROAD ADDITION 1.32 Trustees of the Internal
? Davis Interested In the land herein -
s. ;r. are persons ''
..- 1 2.TT Improvement Fund aDd vacation with herd
_,' Lot T Lonnl@ Stevens conE" Involved and herelnabove described
: for Board of Commissionersef
Lot 8 .---------2 1.32 and having named therein certain persons Mrs. Jhon
Everglades Drainage District Whida
Boulton
.i.i Amelia -
O. K. GARAGE
7 t.32r as known by name to him the Atlantic Service Sta.
Lots 7 8 ---- --- Okeechobee County to
-.:1 12.. Dull said Plaintiff but as not known by Flora go to Atlanta,
Lot 10 .-_.-.. ..- -- him. the said Plaintiff whether any' of Paul D. Bobbins Owner & MACHINE SER. nd return to Okeethe
;-.- BROWNING ADDITION __ 10.90 said persons are dead or alive and as -
,: ; Whlteburat DODGE & PLYMOUTHSales
Jessie :
said Plaintiff. If
-X lob 12 aDd IS --- believed by him. the Wrecker Service NOTICE OP INTEKTIO2C TO. remainder of
? living, to be Interested In said lands. & Service
:&. WRIGIIT"S FIRST ADDITION 1 11 rl. Roberts. Eat. ..... ----- 3.85 and if dead, to have been Interested 24 Hours a Day SELL LAND th her parents be-

1 1 Lots 1 -------- "HE" S.:O herein: 24-kraf Wrecker Sen lone NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that o her work In West
Hare -
_,''' "' Blk IS A. n. And having made all persons having EXIDE BATTERIESLEE pursuant to Section 13 (I). Chapter
2 :S ----- 1.32 Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.92 or 133
Loti -- Florence Odom -- or claiming any Interest la said landsparties 20653. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1MI
-1:1:: Lot 6 BIL 1S.. defendant to the said B1U of TIRES Dunlop Tires &: Tubes and Section 67. Chapter 14717 Laws
SECOND ADDITION U Complaint: GAS-OIL-GREASING of Florida. Acts of 1931. as amendedby
:& WRIGUrS A O. K. towrt. .Jr.. -n-.------ And having demanded" from the Clerk Gen. Electric Appliances Section 11. Chapter 20838. Laws of very much in favor

Lot 1 of Circuit Court of Okeechobee<< County. TWIN OAKS Acts of 1941. and also pursuant the head of each
ke fI9 ft N of renter Florida the making of an order requiring Stoves, Refrigerators, Water to Section 4%, Chapter 20722.
See 22. run B 1f2 It. S such persons and parties to ap All Night CafeOKEECBOBEE. Heaters Laws of Florida. Acts of 19<11. as at roams the iijgh-
100 rt. m! 1t2 ft. N 1(1) 3:5: ;r. F. Coachman ..-._ .. S.Uft. the said Bill of Complaint upon amended by Section 19. Chapter 22979: nee with the tax
-..- ..'!- -- 3'1 a day not less than twenty-eight nor FLA. "We Service Then AlP'ALTO Laws of Florida. Acts of IMS. andSection
BESSIE ALDERMAN Tax 'onnecter more than sixty days from tbe date of 44, Chapter 20722.! Laws of the motorist who

_ltb.. County Florid the making of said order; Florida Acts of 1941 as amended bySection way are buIlt for
IT IS THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat 21. Chapter 22079. Laws of
each and every the Defendants Florida. Acts of 1943 the following rer unhampered.
above named designated and specified WATFORD A SONS described lands to Okeechobee:: County,
: are hereby required to appear herein to I Florida, to-wit:
:i NOTICE TO APPEAR the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein North ParkPackage Lots 2. 3. 4 i 6. Blk. 6, City of Okee- !s. Julian Bunt of
: NOTICE TO APPEAU STATE OF FLORIDA; filed on tbe SEVENTH (7) Day of July.A. :G.lf.Station Chebee visitors
THE
: TUB' STATE Or FLORIDA.TO TO: ELIZABETH 1:. LONG D. 1947. and that this order be published Lot 10. Blk. 11. Wright's First Addition spending'dung
ALBERTA POTTER 533 West 475 HERMITAGE ST.PHILADELPHIA. la The Okeechobee' News a newspaper That Good Golf '... to City. at the horn
:Drive. WOOdruff Place. Indianapolla. PENN of general circulation publishedIn Store a Lot 4 & Lots 7, 8. 9. 11 & 12. Blk. 03.: P. P. Evans.
FloridA. City of Okeechobe
Okeechobee County. once:
required to appear at GULF PRIDE OIL
:
Indiana TOil are hereby
a weeks. Lots 12. BIll 24. South OkeechobeeLot
file a week for four consecutive :
Florida on
to
Ton required yourwritten office In Okeechobee.
are hereby "y WITNESS my hand as Clerk and 8. Blk. 173k City of Okeecft b *
la Bill
appearance at my July office T. 1M7. the 7th dayf .July.' A.. D.filed t.n.aralnst to the Seal of said Court. this FIFTH Liquors Wines Cordials Beg NW cor. of 8WK of SWV4 e discovered that
OkrecholM. Florida on filed against of Complaint for divorce<< In Circuit Day of June A. D 1947. ALTO'SHOTEL Run S 417.4 ft. E 208.7 ft. N 4174 ft. tee! from
E. Long. a plane
to the Btu of Complaint by Walter
you
MABEL RAVLERSON SHEFFIELD W 208.7 ft. of Sec 2L Twp 37. Rte :31Beg. :
you by James W. Potter la the Florida Circuit burtl IB and for whereof Okeechobee Deere County Pro (Seal) Clerk Circuit ConnOkeechohee Next Doer To All Night 4174 ft. 3 of NW cor' of SWU ft. In air it will
Court .f Okeechobe County. Florida In default County. Florida of SWT4 Run S 573 ft. E 210 ft. N
Pro lbn- against you' ; Station nd produce
IB default whereof decree The Confesso hub catereds designated By Connie W. Kanleraon D. C. s S73 ft. W 210 ft of See. 21. Twp. P.Rjr& rain-
Yaw will be entered against you. the ot la The Heart Of Town
T. W Conely, Jr, 33Lot ee, would like toe
the thla Order
dealjbatd<< a* la which
Okeechobe New la u the newspaper Box 008. Okeecholiee.'<< Fla. PHO15S 1 to 8 iavl In Blks. A. B. C.
newspaper In which this Order will be hall be published once: a week for Attorney for Plaintiff. Weekly or Dally Bates Lots 1 & 2 BIll: D, Evans Additwlliobne wet Ice and try

published one a week for four -eoaseeutive four consecutive. band weeks.and seal at Okee- ;June o; 13, 20, 27. ;July 4. the rain.
weeks. WltneM my
offered for sale at penile outcry -
WITNESS. my' hand and the SM of ,'hoMeI"I.rlda., this Jfcth day of May, for the highest and boat cask: bid =sty
Mid Court this Sib day of .Jnne. A.. D. lINT A. n. NOTICE TO APPEARTHE 4 subject to the right of tho Board ofCommbsioners
1947MABEL! (I Seal Mabel Raaleraon Sheffield. .III of Everglades Drsla- '
STATE OF FLORIDA: n will find that
CoorU
SflEFPIELD. Clerk CircuitOkeechobee
RATJLERSOX EITHER LACHMAX yOT SEND TO I age District snd/or Board of CountyCommlssionerr ,: !
TO DO
Fla. :
(Seal I) Clerk Circuit Court (bast,. 1014 N. HICKS A\E WE SPECIALIZEIn of Okeeecob_County In reading novels -
Okeechobe'<< County. Florida.By Mary &<<'hulm... LOS ANGELKS. CALIF.. Florida to reject any and -U bids time'neceesar.r
Connie W. Kaulenon D. C. Attorney for Plaintiff. to appear at TALLAHASSEE FOR YOUR at the COBrthouse beginning at 10Meoclock for
Ton required
hereby
T. W. Conely ;Jr.. my office are<< la Okeechobee. Florida on Curing and A. ],I. ._. the 21ct day of July. th. ,
Box U8.. Ctkeechobee. Fla. 1947. Easement for ;drainage and reclamation
Bill
the 7th day of July. A. D. IIH7. to
boast of havingone
Attorney for Plaintiff. Okeechobee can of Complaint for divorce filed against Smoking.Meats and road purposes will be
' Jane 13. 20 .%1. July 4. of the finest park sites in the you' by .. Laehmaa. In Circuit CIGARETTEPERMIT resew .
a a and OF COMMISSIONERSOF 1
and I Court I. for Okeechobee;; County, BOARD industry appears
the work Also wholesale and EVERGLADES DRAIN '
deserves
state And it Florida. la default whereof Decree Pro Ich-the:
It would require to put tin ; Coafesso vrtll be entered acaiast you i AGE DISTRICT promoters
expense tr : ide.i Retail Cuts. and d the worker
Okeechobee get
STOPS the Order
Neu OF COUNTY
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News AJUlysl..J Comment tor. s

,. Reduction of Worms

WNU Service,1616 Eye Street N.W.. year, and it might be well to recorda
Aid Heavier Lambs
Washington D. C. bit of recent history as a back
'. ground to his selection.
'j. : Testa have been carried on fort WASHINGTON. Many words

four successive seasons at the Texas spoken beneath the higharcheddome Dr. Ze Barney Phillips was chaplain .
become first of the senate for 15 -from < Gracious Invitations
f4'; substation. Sonora, to determine of the capitol years
',2 'l .whether continued licking of pheno- page news. But seldom quoted are 1927 to 1942. When he died m

;:: ,-. ; thiazine-salt mixtures Is toxic to the words which senators had favorite fXTHEN writing tov invite;

r 1..: sheep, and also whether this practice appear beginning for his Job. They Y friend for a visit, be definite J J'r"

f ''"j: will control infestations of stomach a with the third them, just like radio Tell her the time for arrivai-

;"?,_x.7 I' and other roundworms of sheep mow" paragraph of the although the ministers didn't how long you expect her visit3lo I JI

!1--j< .! (without drenching animals individually first page of then they were being auditioned and any"i last. -

i-1; ). The phenc-salt mixture was CongressionalRecord. senator would admit such a

t, '" :t kept before sheep on pasture all the a However From among the candidates your If you guest plan such special as a swimming entertainment party fori or>--.

1 time. twice recently Frederick Brown Harris. a dance, better advise her what type's-'
' : ': were quoted emerged victorious clothes to bring along. .
y i There were no harmful results; in they gossips say ;

i '. fact the lamb crops were :3 per cent and widely. cause he delivered the i J it I .., Or Do are your they letter stiff and express uninteresting the real*yons.Oori.

:; heavier than during three previous They were pre- prayer. Later on Dr. Harris L'' "'r Weekly Newspaper Service booklet No. 2f

'iF",, seasons when salt alone was kept ceded by two first prayers became longer, a common to can Write help you.Letter Send for 25c All(coin Oecas4ai"4Weekly ) for "HiJ.t .',
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in the paragraphs which phenomenon among senate chaplains Service
: ,troughs. Newspaper 243 West I7t*;-
Use of the phenothiazine-salt mixture for the past 10 according to some of the old St, New York 11, N. T. Print name, so.'
.' also resulted in reduction and years have va- timers in congress. What they don't dress booklet title and No. 37

checking of'worms. The sheep were ried only as to add is that in the speech-makingest 1.2a '0' a" '?.i J\,?

heavily infested at the beginningin the proper names body in the country the affliction
Baukhage '
ewes, 1,180 worm eggs per gramof and hour men- may be contagious. L :

feces; in lambs. 1.700 eggs per tioned therein:- Traditionally filling of the chapain's .. S\: k .. J 2 t:,
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The senate met at 11 o'clock post is a majority party pre- L

A. tn. nn 4ha oTnlrntinn of the re- THREEthree YEARS AFTER DESTRUCTION It has been Just ;T"lIUI.lql: t(" ,
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eis." .. ,-"--",---'"", years since American and Allied troops stormed the beachesof 1z..I.hI"
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D. D.. offered the following this one in Caen, France raged with bullets and mortar shells and it And Sand the Floor vUlt's -
would have been then for little walk the
impossible a girl to along small "
prayer: so protested the; _
sidewalk carrying bread for the family's dinner. But now the war
tt (Then came o.paragraph'three," prospective tenant inspecting an-;
Y looks far .
anrN
away.NEWS
Including the part of the prayer offered S apartment.. "Can't you make its

for that day that appealed to larger. ;.':
me): "Sure," said the landlord "we

."Forbid It, Lord that we should REVIEW could scrape off the wallpaper.1 'i., ..

walk through thy beautiful world v >

with unseeing eyes. Forgive us, our Baloney ..: ,
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f Father, for taking our good things Crisis They were sitting close on tf>e soft .

t for' granted so that we are In dan- Shipping Impends; "Darling what art you tbinki 1ll'\ ".

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It. ger of losing the fine art of ap- ---, about asked be.
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a ); She "The thing .
preciation. With such dire need in :e'k' -'",,:"', same you are. r
HeI'll1& to the ice box.
every other part of the world makeus Predict High Feed PricesFears '-you z k
so grateful for the bounties we
This sturdy baby Southdown will Spreading f
t enjoy that we shall try, by Thy '
,
r gain by being fed phenothiazine- Irate Diner-Waiter. there'stwig
salt. help to deserve them more. Wherewe of a minor crisis in railway >

" 1 are wrong, make us willing to shipping in mid-July have been ex- Indicated that approximately 832 in my soup. '.:;
Waiter-I'm siWe've
,... gram. In the fourth season the change, and where we are right pressed by federal transportation million bushels of 1946 corn would not surprised .
branches all the
i worm egg count was down to 60 for make us easy to live with." experts in view of an apparent ;be marketed this season. That fig- over city t

: ;' ewes and 30 for lambs. I that last y \ slowdown In frieght car construc
repeated
;, paragraph on H ure would be 50 per cent greater A marriage license like aing hunt
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On the strength of these figures. my broadcast because one of my tion.Contributing than the 1938-42 average and 14 percent
entitles to
,."/ Dr. L B. Boughton who did the associates had called it to my atten- v factors are mounting above the previous record license you one:.-

work concludes: "The mixture: tion that morning. Since then I Industrial production coupled sales from the 1944 crop. Farm dear and no more.

eliminated the need for individual have been getting letters from allover The Rev. Peter Marshall D.D.. with increasingly heavy wheat ex- sales of other feed grains from 1949 Statistics, Out

treatment In the control of stomach the country asking for copiesof senate chaplain offered a prayer port movements, and officials predict crops also ran generally larger.

and other roundworm infestation.'.. that prayer. Earlier (though I that probed deep into the consciousness that the "minor crisis" could Bus Driver-How old are you,

Also, he says: "There was no IlL: had not noticed the items) Time of the nation's busy, swiftly' develop Into a major trans- SWINGBACK: little girl. ,

effect on the health of either the magazine had carried a story about harassed legislators. portation block unless steps are Passenger-I'll pay full fare and,,
:: i ewes or the lambs.. Chaplain Marshall and Newsweek taken to ease the traffic slowdownor Braden Quits keep that information to myself. "

magazine had quoted part of another rogative. and so when the Republican prevent"it from, occurring.. Spruille Braden longtime advocate

Salt Speeds Gains prayer: 80th congress convened after With fate of the now financially of and principal force behind Wham I"The t

disposing of the question of Senator embarrassed Office of Defepse this country's hard-handed attitude touch of that nurse" band

In Hag Feeding Tests "Help ns to do our very best Bilbo's qualifications Senator Wherry Transportation still undecided the toward Fascist-inclined Argentina cooled my fevered brow instantly" '

b f this day and be content with to- arose to offer a resolution that Interstate Commerce commissionhas has resigned as assistant secretaryof '"Y iWo w' beard the slap all aver. '

I Hogs receiving some salt in their day's troubles so that we shall Dr. Marshall be elected chaplain of been requested to assume full state in charge of LatinAmerican the ivord.
daily rations can gain two and one- not borrow the troubles of to- responsibility for continuing orders affairs
; the senate.
half times faster than those without morrow. Save as from the sin full That's All
4 requiring loading of boxcars in To succeed him in that post.
I it, tests at Purdue university midiI -' of worrying lest stomach ulcers But Wherry's proposal touched the event that Congress does not ex- President Truman was expectedto Nervous Lady (as large bird

cate. Average daily gain of hogs be the badge of our lack of faith. off an argument occupying nine tend the life of ODT beyond its June nominate Nor flies over ship)-Oh, captain is

which received salt was 1.71 pounds, Amen." close-typed columns In the Congressional 30 expiration date. man Armour of that an omen? ;'

while those receiving none gained Record. (No chaplain Meantime ODT has sent investi- New Jersey topflight Captain-Nope, sea gull.
only .67 pounds daily. For each I think my choice Is a fairer sam-
would dare deliver gators to freight car building com-
a ser- career diplo
ple of MarshaHiana. But both z
pound of salt consumed there were selections -
} mon THAT long.) panies to probe reports that allocated mat. Armour previously
45 extra pounds of gain. Each pound reveal one characteristic of
steel tonnages have not
of salt saved $3.60 worth of feed con. the doctor's utterances which per- Democratic Sen. Alben Barkley entirely into the 10.000-a-month gone served as

i turned by hogs.Alarm haps is a reason for his popularity! maintained that Dr. Harris had donea construction car American envoy in
program.
j He is able to reduce religion to the the Argentine and
s
fine job and should be retained.
Reports for the first half of
May is well known and
I' Freezer simplest and most understandable He added that politics should not be
; on indicated that only 1.751 freight liked there. Latin-
terms-his similes (like those of his
permitted to touch the office of
sen- cars were built. 81 short of the num- American reactionto
Teacher) are taken out of our daily ate chaplain. He opined that Re-
life. ber constructed during the corresponding his appointment

CNG.R, publicans were "offering a very period in April Armour was expected to b.
Peter Marshall Is an interesting poor example for the time when the Explanation offered by the car highly favorable. e .

person as well as a popular preacher. Democrats resume control' the builders is that Inadequate steel Acceptance of Braden's resigna-

body two years from now." (1948- supplies and strikes within
the industry tion by President Truman was generally a. srya A.alie --

lF Immigrant Boy un! have been responsible for regarded as a strong implies JUST A weineUtliW41 -

Republican Senator Bridges was the grave decline in freight car con tion that the United States is ready oASN IN ftATHCRSOR .. 60 MYC"ritMt. .',..>.
Fulfills AmbitionDr. shocked at the implication that poll struction. *That view, however is to swing back to a SPREAD ON ROOSTS .
tics might be involved. discounted by federal officials who
Why, he policy of
Marshall's personal history is appease- ., ',
point out that the -- --- -
reminiscent of early Horatio Alger. protested he didn't even know Dr. government ment in Latin
Marshall's politics. forced the steel industry to providethe
He came to this country from a America. It was TO SOOTHE ITCH
necessary 200.000 tons of steel
anticipated that the
foreign land because he believed But the Republicans had their BASH
for the 10.000-a-month() ) goaL .'
attitude OR TETTER
changed -'
America was the land of opportu- majority Dr. Marshall gut the

to nity. But his story is unique in this: Job. and as far as I can learn FEED PRICES: would take the y forting Quickly GRAYS apply soothing1 OINTMENT and ,com with l-," ,

He came, not with the. dream of: nobody has regretted the form of "Just a i its wholesome antiseptics and nature 1.;
"making his fortune but to fulfil choice. To Stay Up little appeasewent" aiding medication.Nothing else 0
an ambition for neither wealth of Latin- like it-nothing- so comforting-or -' :
nor There
are some Washingtonianswho Prospects for the 1947 feed crops American Fascist for externally caused skia -
power but simply to get a theolog- have read and listened to this will be an important dictators troubles. S5c, Get a package today.
The symphony of the American ical education. Scottish boy whom America has feed Influence on particularly -
prices according to -
a depart Juan D. Pe- -- -
farm its cow bells dinner bells and He was born in Coatsville in Lan awarded for achievement in a callIng ment of agriculture _
-z y hog calling, soon will be Joined by arkshire. Scotland. His father died in which there are often few The very strong foreign report.demand ron Argentina.president of Braden

another sound a distinct and no when he was little and Marshall earthly awards, who feel that his for grain is expected to continue to Braden. HOTFUSHE8. "
long a foe of Peron
to-be-mistaken alarm which is being was raised by his mother and in the and
stepfather presence Lincoln church is support prices through 1947
and into
added to the home freezer.An who sent him to public quite as "appropriate" his methods told Mr. Truman In a
his 1948 if
as appointment ; although production of feedis letter that personal J
extensive series of tests conducted school 'and later to technical responsibilities
a in- as chaplain of the
senate as large as in recent
years, feed
by the USDA has resulted in the stitution. On graduation he took a They feel that if the ghost of the prices probably will decline compelled him to return to private Women In your -40VT Does this
at
business. functional
Brown Instrument company developing l position in a tubemanulacturinjconcern. Great Emancipator 'mid ne-sge' period pecul
ever slips Into least seasonally in the last half of Departure of Braden from the Ian to women cause you to<< suffer hot ':
an audible signal which will his old pew of a Sunday, he smilesin 1947. fiaabe*. nervous ta&hatrunff. weak
warn if home freezers cease oper But he wanted to be minister approval of the simple Corn state department followed closely tired leel1Dgat Then do try ljdla K. .,:-
a earthy prices this the Ptokhanrt Vegetable -
summer the
report on heels of his being Compound to
overruled
ating. Electronic potentiometers reand he decided It truisms not too unlike such iti '
would be easierto his own predicted, will average higher JeU 7 jmptom /amow ?
by the
administration
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,, cord temperatures instantaneously obtain education which come down from on two basle Taken purpexwi
for this than the
;: an call one pulpit June 1946 ceilings, but issues in Inter-American relations regularly-Plnfchazn'* Com ;
and constantly at 18 points w1 thing in the United States. He cameto In that friendly Scottish burr with lower than in the summer of 1946 : pound helps build up rertttano f
in each freezer. the 'same Supplying; of arms to Latin-Ameri against such dtstresaThousonda hT -!
terse
this country in his early twenties impact with which after price controls
; ; lapsed. can nations and formation of reported benefit AIM a very eflecttw .:
it Improved construction of the found work in New Jersey but soon they echo from the rostrum of the The department's survey went a mili- stomachla tonic Worth trying
on tary alliance with other
freezer and the warning signal will had an opportunity to go to Alabama senate. to reveal that reports in republics In
: result to better food protection. where he Joined the business deoart- early May: the western hemisphere.i 11I1A l.'IKnJlI'SWN:US:

ment of the Birmingham News. With

Reenforce 2, 4-D the help of some friends who be- SLIM CHANCE
Interested in this
'The mixture of ammonium salt of2.4P came pleasant
Scottish boy with the Intriguing burr
at the rate of .15 per cent
with 2.8 urea and fermate at the and the inspired goal he was able Back urts
to enter Columbia Theological Survey Indicates
seminary No
rate of 2 pounds per 100 gallons for DepressionWASHINGTON.
small grains and grass is proving from which he was graduatedin And Your Strength and > ,

effective. 1931. i Energy Is Below Ear ':

He held two pastorates in Georgia Chances of a agreement" that ft nay te caned by wrder at lidpoLmes.- -_
prices
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and made the acquaintance of depression in the near future appear types of goods will of most on "what they believe la ha ...,..f-- that prsitp .
Plow Down Cover CropS fall and wage in to acesmBlat for truly near
the young lady who is now his wife. slim in the opinion of a com rates will rise between pening our American p'w &. fed tired. taMtesur.men.seer

Ta Conserve MoistureTo In 1937. he was called to the historic mittee of congressmen studying the January 1. the report pointed now out and with particular reference to the adds-. wed&U ttdaeym taw ...w natter treat u.Woo4. .
Church of the Presidents" in nation's economy. Businessmen current price situation" .. ,
cave son moisture cover crops are unduly pessimistic Toe Mrheumatic nIl. :
should be plowed down as early as Washington a church which has In Its report. the Joint senate- about other people's trade prospects Taft said be Intends to ask the patai. fceadacfees.HP tugglsg. =edt

e possible. Cover crops especiallyrye numbered among its worshippersJohn house economic committee dis- while encouraged about their committee later to study the effect fNq4 aixatt. lee paua eeaat w.eria.tli *.

; and vetch grow fast and usea Quincy Adams. Andrew Jack- closed that most of the 583 persons own. it added. of potentially large foreign loans. on thou wit* naamas and barging .. ...
William Henry Harrison James who the domestic -dam taat .cavcthias fc witfc
lot of soil moisture during warm son. answered a survey expect a Hearings on the nation's economic economy thy or bUddr. ; vraas

r out. If plants are allowed .to grow Fillmore Grover Cleveland.Abraham Theo-Lincoln concluded however, that week by the committee which believed President Truman and DNtI'twssea. P ll&-to vfetr It .. better tJaaa aededWe to nly es a
.too late they win take so much dore Roosevelt and "answers to the economic questionsdo is headed by See. Robert A. Taft the Democratic administration had .l e4..that bas was eeatrrwda tI;
whose pew left as It was when not give any real support to the (Ren.. Ohio). Taft abandoned pcvral tbaa*a ao Mtanx baa UTnova. .. ;}
:moisture that without additional said the committee efforts to bring price: .&ai have ta e.ti&ed and--
.rate.: there won't be enough to I he used it. is a shrine for tourist theory that" we are nearing a de- wants to examine businessmen down In 'favor of "heavy lending"abroad. e4 Get naar Don't y..ra. Atm'at aU Argg rsoeom ,,;;.

-ermtoate newly planted crops. Nl- i Dr. Marshall was elected chaplainof pression. economists, labor leaders farm He contended such lending todayDQAfftPiUS- '' ;,
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things is head of the national Maine's rocky coast, is the site of Acadia National park. Here angry Terms. Parts and supplies for an makes ing at the
fair rents committee campaigned waves lash toe barren rocks of Schoodic Head. motors controls button-bole attachments. day afternoon
In congress against what he Write for catalog. members were

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PILETEX relieves soreness shrinks and ed to employ
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When national parks are mentioned, one thinks instinctive DosIeIiown. rney General

ly of the Far West-the Rocky mountains, the High Sierras, .. of.the FioriPonaervaUon-

the southwestern deserts. Everyone has heard of Yellowstone
I Serve Simply; Keep Cool I -- :'! with its and "FtM
park boiling Yosemite
f (See recipe below.) geysers springs valley, Len the case

'" ,. : "' ; ..- ."" .,. with its incomparable waterfalls and stupendous cliffs. The t Monday: to

r Refreshing Meals ; >. \;'... .:14 .. ..... smallest schoolboy can describe the titanic gorge known as not to grantcommercial

r LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU .. ... Grand canyon. To many people, however, it.may be a revelation -

tn laa-rn Mhat tVia tarn. Tlllf'"
One of the biggest problems whichWe
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homemakers" will be facing these Majestic Salmon Loaf ...i of the United States contains four trout fishing In both parks and 1'1t w a re passed .
warm days is that of keeping cool Potato Chips great wilderness parks comparablein many miles of foot trails to attract i a

and at the same time serving refreshing Lemon Cucumber Garnish --, ;:. interest with 'the national parksin those who like to hike. penalty for "

foods to the family. Crisp Rolls with Butter ... 'T' .{ :,; mm. : : the West. the lake and
Sliced Tomatoes ...>.,. ::t:) In North Carolina and Tennesseeis e lake
My rules for keeping cool ACADIA over
own on : NATIONAL
park covers
these hot days include the following Peach Recipe Shortcake given. Beverage ::: .:.:.:--r.i: : :;_,2.? :, located Great Smoky National Mountains a large portion of Mount Desert island 5 ConservationWater

which you might : off the rocky coast of Maine l Fish
19 miles
park.
find it helpful to and Is connected with the mainlandby it in Circuit

adopt: Select Another quick broiled entree CALL HIM TOM The austere National Parks miles wide and 54 a bridge and a causeway. Part test the new

foods which may which I know your family will enjoy ity of office is pushed aside as Seventh ShenandoahNational long. of the park lies also on the main- time askedn

5: be served chilled ,is hamburger. This may be served Attorney-General Tom Clark dons land and on nearby Isle au Haut. Injunction

or those which with potato salad and tomato stuffed prison jacket high hat and plan In a Series with Here the mountains rise abruptly

cook"quickly; and with cole slaw.Toasted ard to clown for a few minutes at park, from the sea, and one may ride or ishing in the
Its famous
another choose Deviled Hamburgers. the luncheon of the circus saints Skyline drive is Virginia, Acadia hike through the magnificent northern lazybones Nothing seems to stir been Bet by

foods that are (Serves 8) and sinners. National park in Maine and on an woods or bask in the sun while him to life. What can his master expect hurst to be

colorful as they stimulate wilted ap 1 pound ground round steak Island in Lake Superior not far watching the ships far out on the if the dog Isn't fed right Gro- !lay morning.

petites. 2 tablespoons chill sauce shore but in- blue Atlantic. Mount Desert islandis Pup Ribbon would give him every 'fishermen as
from the Canadian
1J{ teaspoons prepared mustard dotted with quaint fishing and re- vitamin and mineral dogs are known
Never choose foods which
are ere who
Stateof
cluded in the territory of the > are
sort villages and there to need.It's a money-saver tool Each
1J4 teaspoons prepared horse- are sea bathing '
fussy and that take long to pre- Michigan Is Isle Royale National box are expected
radish fishing and boating. supplies as much food by dry
pare. Mother can exert much bet- park. weight as fire 1-lb. can of dog foodl earing Mont -
1 teaspoon minced onion -
ter influence at mealtime if she appears The eastern parks present asllarp Qro-Pup also comes In Meal and in
cool and collected and this is 1; teaspoons Worcestershire contrast to the parks of the ISLE ROYALE National park Pel-Ett For variety feed all three.MATERNITY of town
sauce 'I t si long a haunt of moose and caribou tsmen and
possible only if she has used as West. In the West the mountainsare
1 teaspoon salt known only to fishermen and to the led in the
many shortcuts as possible.For bald .and bold the outlines se- p Dogs qg lOrGROPUP
}: teaspoon Indians of the Great Lakes
pepper region. ? ting here
your main dish select food to vere and rugged. In the eastern
8 slices bread is a real wilderness. There
are no
be either broiled or chilled.Two raw parks the mountains are older :
Combine above ingredients and motor roads on the island and one
vegetables in a salad are preferredto worn down by eons of erosive
spread on slices of bread. Broil for lff must travel on foot, by horse or it
and
two cooked ones If you want .to forces with contours smoother 'f aleftON ..t.Naas orcelJus and
8 minutes at moderate heat and boat Actually an archipelago con-
keep cool. And. as for.dessert. try gentler although by no means lack-
sisting of > their home
serve immediately. one large island and
Ice cream or fresh fruit and berries ing in crags and cliffs. In the West p
nearly 200 small Islands it is pending two
Cheese Hamburgers afisherman's
thus cutting preparation time the giant peaks pierce heights
to a minimum. (Serves <4< to 5)) wtL where trees no longer grow whileIn and boatman's para. s a..eo.r.f. th Carolina. ,
dise. The islands 'S f
H pound chuck or round steak the East the lush forests sweep are densely --
Majestic Salmon Loaf. wooded and contain
many rare varieties -
ground
over the highest summits. In the n and sons,
(Serves 6) % cup corn flakes West one may find icy glaciers and of plants and ferns. To reach .
:2 cup canned salmon 1W cups milk snowfields in July or at lower alti- the park one takes a boat from DRESSES: iccompanledid r rI.

:2 packages lime gelatin 11 teaspoon pepper \ tudes brave shimmering deserts un- Houghton Mich., a journey of several sont Jim-
: K cop vinegar J4 teaspoon salt & hours across Lake Superior or While waiting for the Stork .West Palm
der of sky. but the
canopies azure
be BnarUydraBed.All Drrnn
our Maternity
I 1VS cups boiling water 12 cup catsup .1\ ; East will be carpeted in green from Grand Marais Minn. arc adjustable changing figure th t will help I.
cold water : S conceal .month .S&95 Aba
! l1a cups 2 tablespoons fat .. while overhead there will be lazy Jumper you= Utagerw*at tow op.
3 tablespoons lemon juice 3 tablespoons flour ROCK HARBOR pno a nk visessee
cumulus clouds. lodge, on Isle FlWadd SL are -
1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon prepared mustard e Royale Is open from June 15 to. p o23Nhr..w and 1i,..

2 cups finely shredded cabbage K pound grated American GREAT SMOKY Mountains park September 15. There are no over- W rite:*to fRI: CATAtOG r' trip_ to ..

3 hard- ooked eggs, sliced cheese READY TO BLOW Sen. Alex- a part of the ancient Appalachian night accomodations in Acadia Na- will visit

i Place flaked salmon in bottom of Combine beef. % cup milk % tea- ander Wiley (Rep., Wis.) inhales range straddles the North Caro tional park, but the Publicity Office .

loaf pan or'mold. Dissolve gelatin spoon salt and the pepper &Icat- mightily and prepares to blow out lina-Tennessee border and is the Bar Harbor. Me., will recommend son in lawEic

" In boiling water. Add cold water sup. Form into candles on birthday cheesecake highest mountain mass east of the hotels and lodging houses in the SPEmED.UPCOMFORT

vinegar lemon juice and salt Pour six patties and presented to him by his senate colleagues Black Hills of South Dakota. Within many villages on Mount Desert is- F

I half of the warm gelatin over the saute in 1 table on his 63rd birthday.BIG the park boundaries are 16 more land. Likewise the Chamber of for so-called :daughter,

I salmon and chin. When let fill spoon of fat. Melt peaks more than 6.000 feet high. Commerce at Gatlinburg. Tenn.. KIDNEY SUFFERERS yter

I tnold with alternating layers of remaining fat In III About half the park or approximately win furnish a list of hotels and Tennessee,
tourist camps in the small towns Backache.,kg pains,broken st.epiJ..ialal p.Isees ..-
E shredded cabbage and sliced eggs. saucepan. Stir in 200,000 acres is in its origi- uauaay go so much qwcksr it yog ee'ks' racy
II Cover with remaining gelatin, chill flour and mustard : r .> .. al nal forested condition containingthe bordering Great Smoky Mountains to Foley ltbe sew kidae pbladder l'iit n.R'rlm id't f fends
National kidnenaMaALLAYBLa.D.
, until set., Unmold on crisp lettuce; then remaining most extensive stand of virgin park. Along the Skyline sjwinw DER Ut* bst'a the e aM of BUM* ,
I garnish with potato chips. sliced milk and red spruce and hardwoods In the drive in Shenandoah National park =aehw. nrftt ao1 UumfU atirfy din w
from to November .. So for qwsker.loegor-JMtiaff rdi.f.ao.is.biaddn .
I cucumbers and lemon. salt. When smooth add cheese and entire country. From this lush vegetation -- May hotels and M well.ttimulaW kidney M oL

i These broiled lamb steaks don'ttake cook until it has melted. Arrange 1 which extends from the val. i cottages these wilderness are operated. In all fourof Fill De this:they; : tms alao Foley hays(dine U* ....ed kkiwy-blmdcUr tirlik aches) en arrived

i long to cook, so they will be a hamburgers In, a baking dish and leys to the tops of the lofty peaks, Park service maintains parks. National. at bladder. At TOOT DOt1BLFtYOWL :a three
I boon to the hot pour sauce over them. Bake in a a. there rises a tenuous mist a deep which free campsites them MONEY far more BACK.rauaiactorr. awith hen
may be used by all who
slow 15 to 20 blue haze from which the mountains oit
I weather oven for minutes. bring their own equipment. And In ,Wh1dAtlanta
maker. The If your choice of main dish is a get their name. all four ,
I parks one will find the familiar -
: toes salad select a good protein food like There is a transmountain road ranger-naturalists to Okee-
homeII'I re at Gatlin- waitingand
from park headquarters
chicken. Here
cooked or
i eggs are sugges to
all
eager answer questions. iaijpder of
time (or tions: burg. Tenn., to Smokernont N. CL,

I overs ) Egg Salad BowLServes %nd along this road one will see ,. rents 'be

' broiled alon.r ( 6) signs warning. "DO NOT FEED ;: lt }n West
< ,
I clove THE BEARS. In the park are r
with the meat to garlic, optional Yr
heat and become golden brown. 1 small hud of lettuce deer bobcats and many other wild

Carrots are a colorful addition to 1 bunch watercress animals which have long ago disappeared hJn favor
1 from many sections of the o...!.A*YMT o..s.e w WriteJ.
the menu and you may use the cucumber sliced t, ad or'each
canned variety to save cooking time. 1 bunch radishes sliced East. sees......TROUT.a.DUnUM/rUM_ T.CO..... ri. the highthe.. -

Dress them up by melting butter H cop celery diced :
NORTHEASTWARD from the
l and adding a small amount of mint 6 hard- ked eggs !ifs
Smokies In lies ( who
Great Virginia
SHOT .- .
jelly to It. and pour over the carrots French Dressing. Top politician in
before serving. Rub Inside of large bowl with gar- Jamaica Is William A. Busta- Shenandoah National park which WIuJSufeAlIII 'dl for

lie. Break lettuce into chunks. Add manic, leader of the Jamaica Labor includes a long section of the Blue "", -v.. pered.Lynn.
Broiled Lamb Steaks.Serves inn. tens in run IF
"
6) an other Ingredients to bowl and toss party. He refers to himself Ridge mountains. To make this ,,,+,'. \ ),. ,", 1
( together lightly with French dress- prematurely as "prime minister" area accessible to visitors a highway .:' RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO of

C shoulder lamb steaks cot 1 ing (just enough to hold together). has been built along the crest \P: ..,;", spendingtiie
inch thick i of the mountains for the entire
If a more hearty salad is desired 4 Y home
S tablespoons olive oil length,of the park. This highway is
serve topped with strips of cheese
6 tablespoons lemon -juice cold tongue or ham. known as Skyline drive and from it :ann.fY .

1 minced onion one may obtain breath-taking viewsof r
Chicken Salad I. Mix together the
1 teaspoon salt following: 1 cup diced cooked .... the fertile farmlands of Shenan- REMEDY ared that

Mix olive oQ and lemon Juice. Add chicken. 1 cup diced cooked tongue. doah valley and the Appalachian BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF a plane

onion and salt and marinate lamb H cup chopped celery H ranges to the west and of rolling air it will
cup foothills and the Piedmont plateauto I Lane B.tuaasrs.tL-S+aaaikr 60t]
: .
steaks In this mixture for two hours
*
sliced stuffed olives and 4 cup :..' the east. I C MITIIt: lit MU IS limit* uce rain-
before broiling. Preheat broiling salad dressing or mayonnaise. -. I niU lift lilt StiltS a lTUltimrtfttfiu I d like to
oven. Place steaks on rack three Chicken Salad II. Toss togetherthe The two parks have much in com |tim III ts.. .... JiCUIIfrut 1,TlUtlil and
In the spring and early summer : VIRGIN try
Inches mon. TIMBER About halt
from heat. Turn oven replator following: 2 cups diced cooked ..
there is a succession of beautiful of Great
side Is Smoky Mountain National

on high.! When one chicken. 1 cup minced celery. 1 ; .. :
nicely browned season with salt and chopped green pepper. Marinatein ''-;''' '..............' flowering plants and shrubs park is In its original for- ,.WNU-14 25-47
', "... .
., such as dogwood flame azalea ested condition. The lush
pepper and turn. When second side! French dressing. Drain and mix : : vegetation -
mountain laurel and rhododendron. lit noted in this view showing find that
Is browned season and serve immediately. with mayonnaise. Serve in lettuce '.:
Allow 6 to 8 minutesfor cups with pineapple spears. In the fall the foliage is splashed Panorama tunnel on Skyline tug novels
brilliant colors. There is
with good drive.
each side. Released by Western Newspaper Union.* i essary for

BUY YOUR 3

Ll'NY SAYS: Good accompaniments for the Indian Lookout seb'iltus MemuaeRtrauding I

Here are Tips fried chicken lunch: Pineapple coleslaw EXTRASAVINGS appearspromoters 1-

For Picnics small cherry tomatoes picklesor FORT SILL. OKLA.-Intended as IndIan bands. ,
olives fruit salad made of large monument to the Old
Fried chicken which may be eat another West. The fort received a special com
pieces of fruit, or ambrosia. blockhouse used during the last orkers get
en with the fingers Is -an excellent a mendation bGen..,,William T. Sherman -
food for picnics. Wrap each piece Make hamburgers a larger size CAREER MAN la line with century ,as. warning station at of Civil war fame. Sherman

, Individually in waxed paper place when going on a picnic as appetitesare the 'evrrent'4rlve'' for volunteers Fort SOT, which survived the Indian once paid a visit to the fort and his i4J BONDS

light meat on one side of.'the basket bound to be big. To make Lt CoL North Callahan ACS. bas wars but was damaged by an artillery party was spotted while it was stQl

dark meat on the other &de, cheeseburgers take along some written a book entitled Tb shell in the last war, is being 50! miles away. .

and then dole It out. wrapped slices of American cheese. Armed Forces as a Career listing rebuilt. After surviving the hectic days of NOW '
Meat and when the "burgers' are almost advantage -.f army navy, With its commanding view for 60 the Old West the blockhouse was 12Cartoon

dish loaf is another good main done..place cheese on top and marines aDd coast guard. Book miles across the .plains of southwestern damaged when it was struck by e i 5i
for picnic. It is easy to carry point oat opportunities for Oklahoma the blockhouse shell :;.
from fire Just after it his careen stray daring maneuvers la
In the loaf remove .
pan In which- it was in th* various service was used to alert Fort 3UI to ma- 1942. -

.yak ed. Belted. ,. ..--l.- -- PROTEC'" rOUR r = .
When Salads should be made dry for, i
you make potato salad for e- : <: i -


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l. } t THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday,-June 27 ,1947Mrs.



'! ..' .. Frank Barber and WANTED-Furnished house with P. P. Evans returned to his home R. G. Dynes cashier of the Okee- Life is not what it once seemed
e;? :; M. T, Benne of Wildwood Mr. and Mrs. .
I cbobee County Bank, was called to and we attribute that to ihe fact
left this week for here last Friday from Tallahassee,
was a visitor spending Saturdayand little daughter two bedrooms.Mrs. G. L. Wal-
in Orlando last week that people are growing I
week. his home on more.fool
Sunday in Okeechobee. De Land where they will enter dron or notify Sheriff Stewart. where he !spent the past ""
account of the illness of his family. lab every day.
,! school at the John B. Stetson UnlTensity. "

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Davis and Mr.

:; Mrs. Peter Tomasello and son Mayor and Mrs. H. H. Raulersonand and Mrs. Hubert Harden will return "

__ ; Jerry, of Atlanta. Ga.. and Mrs. A. I in 40 states competIng family: returned to their home today from Ft. Mjers where -
poultrymen "
;{ .' D. Tomaselio of Bartow spent In the 110,000 national Chicken here last Friday after spending they are spending the week vaca' '--
' :
.' Tuesday and Wednesday in Okee contest sponsoredby the week In Tallahassee, Marianna t toning.RCAVicflm.

'l chobee visiting at the home of Mr. of.Tomorrow Panama City and other West F1a.,
meatier
A&P Food Stares Bay a .
and Mrs. J. R. Minnehan. cities.
-: chicken can be developed to bring Something
old something new,
better chicken dinners to consum- ,

/lAR4ES .,
A
r, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent: Boromel era

have returned their home hereafter f!W-/rEIF Something borrowed, something blue : I
: Dr. C. R. Bibb returned to his Ino ,
spending two weeks in Hot_ '
home here Tuesday morning from
yoke, Mass, Washington, D. C., tlT.'IR
Detroit, Mich., where he went last and Towk Sterling of course. .
and New York City. a
week for a medical checkup at the I If I,

: I Henry Ford Hospital. He made

:: t I the trip to Vero Beach by auto A single place setting of exquisite Towle Sterling con-

:: IX THE CIRCTIT COCBT OF THE where he caught an Eastern AirLine aIm of knife, fork, teaspoon, salad fork, cream soupspoon

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCTTT. OKFE- plane for the trip there and little
and butter and can cost as as
CHOBEE COUNTY. FLO RID 4. AT i < Wf HAVEN'T HAD A BtAKDED spreader-
LAW 3fO. M7 return. JlADV SINCE fP&l CO. Let show '
Federal Tax. us
$22.50
I ANNOUNCED THAT YOU including 20% you

a NOTICE IV EMINENT DOMAIN COULD SHAVE 365 TIMES FOR the lovely in Towle utid silver and tell
$ PROCEEDINGS IN THE IN THE OIRCriT COCRT OF TilE A FENNY ON THEIR CHEAP "Bacon" many patterns

.;' NAME OF THE STATE VrNTH JTDIC4L CIRCUIT OF ELECTRIC RATES.iIwl you about theplace-sctting plan"__a wonderful way
'_ OF FLORIDA. FLORID IN AND FOR OKEFCIIO
BEE COUNTY. IV CIItNCFRY.SCIT to collect your complete set!
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY a lx>lHUalubdlrUlon TO QUIET TITLE
4_ of the State of Florida
; : Petitioner FRANK CHANDLER. Sr. I

a; n. Plaintiff PORTABLE
i PRANK Mor.UNEArX and EDNA MMOLLINEAL'X. .
1' : his wife, et al C. M HIGIISMITlZ ET AL Play anytime,
any-
: Defendant Defendant.

t. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEKX. ORDER TO .APPEAR 'WhereOl1utteryorACeun'ent.. None of the t l t/11/t 'fbWLEa
THE STATE OK FLORDA
AND TO : YC
ii ; (.) The following named iteraona audi 10 C. M HKiHSMITH: and his wife. usual expense or bother t t
parties who are resident of the State if alive. Marshall N. Hunt and his wife. !i of changing batteries.
4 _f Florida, together with their respective if alive, and It such person are dead Just plug the "Escort"
.. place of residence to their unknown heirs devisees legatees -
a into AC electric
:a f. Frank Mollineaux and Edna M. or grantee; and to all persona" any ;
Mollineauz. 2U5 Broward Ave having or claiming an interest In the *>tlt-Recharge while .
-
t nue. \\r>lt Palm Beach. Florida following described lands Kituate. lying, Toss 5'.... it plays!
$ (b) The following named persona andparties tad being in the County of Okeechobee. ,
who are believed to be nonresidents State; of Florida. to-wit- Luggage.type covering
j. of the State of Florida, and Lots 5 and C. Block 137 City of with chromium
whose last known addresses are as set Okeechobee. according to plat recorded trim.
a
forth below and all persons claiming in the public records of \so
oJ !by, through or under them: Okee<'bobee County, Florida.
A. Heidegger, and If married. (JUSETINO: F PI' 4
1 Mrs. A. Heidegger. 37 Main Frank Chandler Sr. having filed lu
S Avenue DeUwauna. New Jersey this Court his sworn Bill of Complaint 9 tf1e i
; > S And to all persons and parties havingor In this suit, the nature and purpose ot AUTHORIZED '
claiming any right title interest, which I* to determine the title of the RCA VICTOR DEALER :
estate* mortgage or other lien to or on Plaintiff to the land hereiuabove deacribed ( 0
Po (ui COMMIT
I. those certain parcels of land In Okw- to lie a good and sufficient absolute T \t I
\s rhobee County. Florida. which are In- fee simple title, to have all Gilbert CulbreathPhone
i eluded In that portion of Section tilt! claims and interests of the Defendants 0L
;: of State Road 59 (GO) from State Road and of each of them in and to said lands 54 t {i
70. Formerly State Road fl. Northwestly passed upon and determined to remove1 +
ly to a point near, or at Basnint in clouds upon the Plaintiff title to said OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA ;
Okeechobee County, Florida. as locate land to quiet and confirm the Plain- .-lay ; 'r
':!ii- surveyed and platted b; the State Road tiffs title thereto and In which Bill { "I

I IVpartment shown by location of the State Map of and Florida.Right and of<; I of be believes Complaint there the are Plaintiff persona states interested that _'_ u.(1 .-. _. _"_ _... \ \, f ". '

Way Map thereof on file In the office 10 the land hereinabove desoribt-d. and I I1.\1.- \ l
"; of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and having named therein certain persons 1\RK #
i. : } TIS( .
for Okeecbobee County. Florida. true aa known b;; name to him. the said .
} copies of said maps being attached to Plaintiff but as not known by him. the
the Petition filed In the above entitled said Plaintiff other said persons are
cause on the 2tith! day of Jane. A. II, dead or alive, aud as believed by him. u WE INCITE: TOUR Inquiries br Phone
1&*7. by Okeechobee County a IIoHtle'al said Plaintiff if living to be interested E or Letter, CALL IS COLLECT at
S subdivision of the State of Florida 10 the property. and premiums herein involved 103 Ft. Pierce or Tour Mall Order willReceive
; against you. and each of you seeking and hereinabove described and =- ------- Our Prompt Attention.
t to condemn for public road and highway if dead to have been Interested therein I
Money certainly seems to melt these days (and not from I
MAKE THIS FRIENDLY: STORE
the aaid parcels of land
purposes And having made all persons havingor I
the heat either!) That's why I'm than I 1OCR .
situate, lying and being in OLeechobee claiming any Interest In the above more grateful ever JEWELRY CENTER.Our
\'i!. I County, Florida, and more particularly described land parties Defendant to for the values I find at the A&P... and the quality of every- ,
Storks Are The
Most
'''%- deocribed as follows: the Bald mil of Complaint: thing is always dependable. Marketing there regularly is I Central llorida.Phone CompleteIn .
PAUCKL. NO. 1. Drainage DIUh And having demanded from the Clerkof my pet economy. Try it! And try the money-saving sugrac4itno -

a, MS Station 4of TZ NEY and 75.0 Section that IS part Township of- County Circuit Florida Court In the and making for Okeechobee of an order O".u........ VVAAW...:.."..r T/vrtt........ { &

!i. ; :37 South. Range 33 Eaat which requiring such persona and parties
i 1 lies within 20 feet on each side of to appear to his said Bill of Complaint THRIFTY THOUGHTSTo well as fascinating fiction. I'd call
;; '; a ditch centerllne described as: upon a day not legs than twentr-elght get almost twice as much juiceas it a bargain at five times the nickelit
qf t Beginning ou North line of said days nor more than sixty diva from the
usual costs. What's more WOMAN'S
from a lemon, it in ,
Section 18 at a point 1C.VT7 feet steep
date of the making of said order:
.':.,. 5- westerly from Northeast Corner of IT 1*. THEREFORE.. ORDERED hot water a few minutes before DAY saves me plenty with its
aid Section 14 and running South that each and every the Defendantsabove you squeeze it. budget-stretching ideas. Get a
30 grft'-o. Wet 14U7W. feet to named designated, and specified To satisfy big appetites at small copy at your A&P. You'll love it!
end of said ditch and containing are! hereby required to appear herein to cost, choose ANN PAGE FOODSat
r 1.38 acres wore or less herein
the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint
ALSO filed on the 31st day of Jnlr A D1SM7 your A&P. You'll find everything CEREAL SWEETS
5- 5 That part of NEW ef Section and that this order he DUbished In from ready-to-eat mam The nutty flavor of SUNNY-
18. Township 37 South. Range 35: Okeechobee News, a newspaper of general dishes to easy-to-fix desserts in
East.lying within 40 ft't"taeh side circulation published In Ofceerhobee this quality-famous of FIE' D WHEAT PUFFS from
of the centerline of a ditch: said County Florida (..n.e'f'ek family pro- the A&P is delicious in cookies
centerline being described with refenee for four ron8t't'utl"e.f'tOka.. ducts. And when you see the mod- made like this: Beat 2 egg whites
to the NKV4 and SEU of Section \\ITNESS my hand as Clerk and theSeal est prices on all the ANN PAGE with U tsp. salt till foamy. Add
7. Township 37 South. Range of said' Court this 25tb day of foods, you'll understand why %
33 East and said NEK of said Sec June A. D. 1M7! at Okeechobee. in the they're called "The Thrifty 33." cup sugar '
tlou is as follows: beat \\\\I\\ I
County and State aforesaid To \ \ Lo/IIM/
,; Commencing on the North boundary freshen stale rolls, sprinkle inggr.dually till whites V :
of said Section 7. at a point MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELD, them with water, wrap in brown stand in peaks.
+ 23499 feet East from the NW cor (Seal<< ) Clerk of Circuit Court paper and warm in a hot oven. Beat in % : -.
.
11.of Mid Section 7. run thence Okeechobee Countv. FU. cup ',
South 36 degree*-17'-SO- East. a By Connie W. 1lIule.a. It. C LOTS FOR LITTLE peanut butter.
distance of 2143 feet to Station Mary ikhulmanAttorney Fold in 2 cupsSUNNYFIELD ;
10UX33 on the surrey line of Mate for Plaintiff.Here's My favorite day is WOMAN'S WHEAT PUFFS
Road 59 (66) Section 9109-301 for DAY-that grand magazine and 2 grated rind.
POINT OF BEGINNING of said you tsps. orange
ditch centerline; run thence South can get at A&P Stores and nowhere Drop by teaspoonsful on cookie
S3 dI'JrfHa-tr-30" West a dis else. It's filled with new sheet. Bake in moderate oven 375
s of 00 feet continue thence South recipes, delightful menu sugges- F., about 12 minutes. Makes 3 I

i, S 3 degrees-W'-30"( East a distanceof tions, fashions and movie news, as dozen cookies.
2000 feet: Thence South 13'degrees !
--56'-30" East a distance of I;' 1 2496 Floor Consultants Box No. 277
1313: feet more or leas to the North
boundary of said NKVi of Section Exclusive Floor Maintenance Specialists
18!, Township 37 South. Range 33
East; continue thence South 13 ie.
:' I'ret's-M' East a distance of 1240
':C feet more or less to end of said ditchcenterllne.
:--. Right of way of ditch
.
Including the land herein described IN BUYING PROPERTYOR S F
contains 227: acres more or less ji
PARCEL NO 2 Rlrht of Way I IiI. 't. SDarbrite

-. Allot Iota 1. 2. and 3 of Block: SIt INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE a
T. in New Okeechobee Helehts. Section ,
A: a subdivision of the S\V 4: t
SWRE
of Section a. Township 31S South THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
Rang 34 East as shown on plat
recorded la Plat Book: 1 : Pare 24, AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
of Public Records of Okeechobee PRODUCTS&SERVICE
County, Florida, containing. 0.16
acres, more or lesa.I .
oil, and each of you are hereby Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ.
oinmanded to be and appear In theCircuit VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
Court In and for Ok echobe-
County. Florida at the office of Clerkof L. BARBER, Manager
Mid Court in the City of Okeecho Yt

bee. Okeecbobee County Florida on = HH w dd d ==
If before the 2Mb day of July A. ItlMT. >.
to show what right title. Interest PITTSBURGHPLASTIC -
f or lien you or any of you have In and
I to any of said above described parcels -- -
i of land and to show cause why the
same should not be taken for the uses TILEALUMINUM
and purpose set forth In said Petition
to.wit a* right of way and drainage
ditches for a portion of Section BIOT:
of State Road 5} (66) from state Road CAR
iI' formerly State Road 8. Northwesterly A; and
to a Point Near' or at. Bat> enger ANNOUNCINGtlla0aanummlfthBmiaalaaaaswuun
In Okeechobee County Florida. a*
,, located surveyed and ahown on said RiJ..u ond'Dellve
maps or plata bereluabove referred to.
.r default may be entered aa-atnut you
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the muWNMIaaNnatlaTHE TILE }

Circuit Court tn and for OkeectoobeeCounty -,,, .
3 s Florida. and the Seal of said y I '
FOR
Court this the 26t1a day of June. A. I>. YOUR WALLS ps
OPENING OF A s
1947. at OkH C County Florida. a real time sav

er. Whenever RADIATOR REPAIRSERVICEIn 55
(official Sean your car


MABKL Clerk and RAULERSON for of Okeechobee the Circuit SHEFFIELD.Countv Court Fla in. oil needs change a ,lubrication tire or battery, an the Building Occupied by the Okeechobee'Shoe ASPHALT TILE r.

T.V.. Conely, Jr..
Attorney for Petitioner. service, |lust give us a call.We'll Shop.
FOR YOUR FLOORS
come for
1 STATE OF FLORID over your

'.i, COUNTY OF OKEECHOBEE care do the fob and We Have a Complete Radiator Repair Service.
I. Mabel Raulerson Sheffield Clerk ...
of the Circuit. Court of the Ninth Jo bring It back to youl I
1 dicta Circuit IB and for OkeechobeeCounty. And 'Can Repair Your Radiator For
Sanding and!
i-1 'S Florid, do hereby certify Finishing
that the above and foregoing Is true
tad correct copy of the Notice In Emi CARS TRUCKS =- and TRACTORS FOR
..an> Domain Proceeding issued on YOUR WOOD FLOORS
F the 24th day of June. A. I). 1947. In the .
; ease of Okrerhvbee County a political PRICES REASONABLE and
: :' .) vubdlvUlon of the State ef Florida T1I..
Frank Mollineaus: and Edna M. StoutS I )
neaux. Ma wife et at Defendants. Common ALL WORK GUARANTEED
-: Law Case No. 657 as the same appears RUGS CLEANED

on file In this office. .
WITNESS my band and official seal g
d; !'. At Okeechobee. Okeechobee County, PAUL ROBBINS NICHOLS RADIATOR SERVICEJ.
:, 3F1T d" this 2ttth day of June. A. 1).
Distributor of

nit, Court Seal ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and Nichols Prop. t CALL WRITE. ,

RAULEKSOV SHEFFIELD' ATLAXTIO PETROLEUM I r'S
a. Clerk
Circuit Court
eehofcec County Florida.. PRODUCTS. II .

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