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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-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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Volume 33-No. 7.
t, 5 r ,.- Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, 4,1947

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f f S. H. McDougald Courthouse Today and To SaturdayAll Be Closed New Truck Now SGT.HIS RICE PARENTS VISITS HERE WITH Okeechobee Commercial FishermenMet



Installed As New On Display at the Sgt. and Sirs. Russell L. Rice Here and
I r office at the county courthouse spent the week-end with Mrs. Sunday Employed Mary

will be closed today and to-

I .: Head of Rotary National morrow. Independence Today being July Day 4 and all Gilbert Ghev. Go. Mercer.Rice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Schulman to Assist Their Court Case

Sgt. Rice left Monday for Keesler -
Saturday giving them a longer
-' Air Field in wherehe
Mississippi
t is i l On Tuesday July 1, the Rotary week-end vacation. Featuring the cab'hat- "breathes' The Lake Okeechobee Commer-

1 Club held its weekly meeting \nA Everyone having business there the new Advance-Design line of .Rice will will attend follow B-29 him School.later. Mrs MRS. EMMA:: COLLI SLees'burgtrs. cial Fisheries Association held a

J =:t luncheon. Z. K. Williams introduced will please bear this In mind. Chevrolet commercial cars and :: Emma Collins very important meeting at the

I ; an out of town guest from trucks is on display Courthouse here Sunday afternoon
t today at the Gene Elledge whoattended 85, died at her home here Wednes-
.. # ; Palatka, J. I. Freedlund Another Mrs. John McNelll and Miss Joe Gilbert Chevrolet Company In Okee- i at which about fifty members war
school at the University of Floridaat day, following a brief Illness.A '
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:ti t out of town guest, C. B. Perrault Parrish i returned home last week chobee. present. After a general dIscus-
i Gainesville the past term has native of Georgia, came to reside -
i\ < of West Palm Beach was introduced from Daytona where they had been "Chevrolet Is the largest producer -I' sion of the pending trail that will ,
I' been made a member of the national twelve years ago from Lyons !
t by Bruce McDougald. Following visiting with their sister-in-law, of trucks in the world," Gilbert be heard at Arcadia Monday, July
I. honorary fraternity of Phi Eta Ga. She was a member of the:
I ; the luncheon the members were Mrs. Myers Parrish. Culbreth of Gilbert Chevrolet c.om-I Sigma. Membership Is attainedby Baptist church. 10, the Association voted to employ

; led in some songs by T. W. Conley pany, declared, "and its new line I Mary Schulman, local attorney, to
! a very high scholastic rating. Surviving are five sons, D. C.
! t assisted by M. O. Kent at the piano. Mrs. Clyde Christopher returned is undoubtedly the finest in thehistory I i Collins, G. D, Collins, G. B. Collins assist in their defense. !

} A letter written to the members of home after visiting in Leesburg of the company. We She will assist attorney R. K. '

.c i the Okeechobee Rotary Club from with her mother, Mrs. B. E. Also Invite truck owners, fleet cordially Digest Of Recent 'and and J.W.T.H. Collins, all of Leesburg Bell of )Miami Butler Dowda of .
Collins of Okeechobee
1 t former Methodist Pastor, W. R. brook for tw"o weeks. Mrs. Also operators and others Interested In Fla. also Palatka, and the Attorney Generalin
three
; i Howell was read by H. H. Rauler- brook plans to spend the summer trucks to view the exhibit in our daughters, Mrs. A. presenting the case of the Florida I

I i! son. This was followed by installation with Mrs.. Christopher here. showjooms." Opinions By The L. Proctor of Brunswick Ga., Mrs. State Board of Conservation i
f G. B. Knight of Mount Vernon, Ga.
e. i i4 of the new President. President Produced in a wide variety of and the fishermen when the case "
Mrs. Allen Markham returned and Mrs. H. G. Kirkland of Collins
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Eiland presented to the new models to accommodate practicallyevery Attorney GeneralThe comes before the court Monday to ,
home after Ga., 43 grandchildren and ZZ
Monday night spendingtwo great-
i t president S. H. McDougald, the hauling job the Advance-De- determine whether or not to grant i
weeks in Georgia with :Mr. grandchildren.
t Jt t gavel and Club president pin. sign line of vehicles is manufactured an injunction against commercial )
.
Markham, who will work there this clerk of the 'county Judge'scourt Funeral services were conductedfrom
t H. H. Raulerson presented retiring innine wheelbases with gross fishing In Lake Okeechobee.After .
I summer. is not authorized to the chapel of the Page-Theus
president Eiland with a pastpresident's marry the .
1 a4 vehicle weights (combined weightof Legislature passed alaw
people Attorney General Watson Funeral Home Thursday at 3 p. m.,
I pin. the chassis, body and load) rang- eliminating the penalty for "!
WANTED-To five lots locat- has informed with the Rev. J. M. Wilson officiat-
swap County Judge CharlesC.
I The speaker, Miss Mary Schul- ing from 4,000 to 16,000 pounds. commercial fishing in the lake and
ed three blocks from pavementfor Mathis, jr. of St. Augustine. He ing. Interment was in Lone Oak
t f man was then introduced by F. P. "Each model in tile diversified turning control of the lake over
one lot on pavement in Cityof pointed out that the Cemetery.Mrs. .
marriage
Maupai program chairman for the line has been precision-engineered ceremony to the State Board of Conservationthe
Okeechobee. What have you? may only be performed by
for a specific load rating with all Game and Fresh Water Fish
day.Miss Mrs. Will Stine, regularly ordained ministers of the Della Holmes has returned
I Schulman spoke on the component parts designed for the Commission filed a suit ia Circuit
Okeechobee, Florida.Mr. gospel in communion to her home here from the
with Fort
i i American Flag, its importance to 1 work load and to provide the utmost some Court at Fort Myers to test the new

t I us, the tribute and loyalty due the in safe comfortable, low-cost church and all judicial officers Pierce Hospital where she under- law and at the same time asked

j Flag. She told of the history of and Mrs. Q. J. Hazelief have transportation." (that is, judges) and notaries pub went an operation for the removalof that the court grant an injunction

returned to their home in Miami lie. her tonsils.
the Flag and how our men had Re-styled the AdvanceDesignseries against commercial fishing in the '

1' fought and died to keep our Flag after spending several days visit- are unusually attractive in constitution lake. The case has been set by ,
,' nation ing relatives and friends here. The state and the R. G. Dynes returned home Fri-
i
waving. She told how our appearance and provide more"room Circuit Judge Whitehurst to be
supreme court have declared that day night after
visiting
; i arose from poverty and but few more comfortable seats and other with his heard at Arcadia Monay morning. !
Mrs. Lucile Walker and county commissioners must create family in Orlando last
son, week.
;, i ; S people, to the greatest nation on improvements for the comfort and A large number of fishermen as
Mrs. Irene commissioner districts as 'nearly f
Prescott
Tommy and
ti i earth. She ended her talk by reminding ; convenience of the "man behind Mrs. Mac well as others from here who are t'
i Miss Gladys Beville were visitors a possible equal in population, ac Kinsaul returned home
,
us of the coming Fourth the wheel"Chief interested in the case are expectedto
: spending Sudday in where cording to Attorney General Wat. Friday after spending two weeksIn
Tampa
i of July this week and our tribute of .these is the cab that Alabama attend the court bearing Mon ;
s { ijey o ent to Mrs. J. H. son. visiting with relativesand
,H I to ,be paid to the Flag and what see Walker ""breathes", ,in ;which a new ventil- friends. day. A number of out of town 'r
..-., ao te a patient in St. Joseph James H. Treadwell. Jr.. attorneyfor Misses June and Ann
t : it stands for. ating system circulates fresh air Tomley, her newspaper men, sportsmen and i
Hospital there where she underwent the DeSoto county commission: 'nIeces accompanied
,
The meeting adjourned with the i in the cab and keeps windshieldand her home and others who are interested In the 1
had asked If will visit here
the county commissioners with
an eye operation last week.
singing of "God Bless America"FOR windows free of fog. her for few case attended the meeting here
She is reported improving. are required to create new a weeks before returning
Completely welded, instead of Sunday aftrnoon.Mr .
to their
districts equal in population, or if home in Alabama.
SALE-Harley-Davidson motorcycle bolted the new cab is much stronger -
that duty is optional. The attorney
In first class condition.See Hasken Stanton to and its doors have an inner and .and Mrs. S. C. Cornelius and
general replied that the supreme Pfc
or telephone Elledges. outer seal. Increased driver .comfort Hunter Now son, Charles returned to their home
court only last year declared that a
Is also accomplished throughthe here this week, after spending two '

i .t If you have nothing to-do never Give Recital at new three-point type of cab county commission can be mandam. Stationed weeks vacation. in North Carolina.
used to redistrict if it disregardsthe With .
bunt a_busy Jhlebwaj in whichtp' mounting-two body tensions and ''" ...",., c, __ <
mandate of the constitution on
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Methodist ChurchOn shear mountings in"the. front, and the subject. Mrs. H. n. Raulerson and sons,

55- S one shackle mounting in the rear The attorney general also ad- Army in Kobe A1. Raulie and Pete accompaniedby

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Beville and center. Mrs. E. F. Dudley and son, Jim-
vised Treadwell that the county is
little daughter, Ann, left yesterdayfor Sunday afternoon, at four "Windshield and side and rear I Pfc. Orval M. Hunter, son of mie epent Tuesday In West Palm
authorized to enter Into a condit_
their home in Waldo after o'clock Hasken Stanton, a graduate windows in the cab provide greater Henry E. Hunter, Okeechobee, Fla Beach.
ional sales contract for the
spending the week here. organist of the University of vision. Instrument controls are purchase Is presently duty with the Sib

Chattanooga will present an organ re-styled and rearranged for improved of road machinery, or it can Army in Kobe, Honshu, Japan. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Link are visiting

r Mrs. Clyde Christopher and Mrs. recital on the recently Installed driver convenience," Mr.Cutbreth rent it with an option to purchase Kobe, Japan's second largest relatives in Tennessee and

B. E. Alsobrook spent Wednesdayin pipe organ in the Methodist church. said. "A new dome lightis if the rentals are paid from the port, is being utilized by the occupation expect to continue their trip to

1946.47 budget. If the amount to army aa a base. New York, where they will visit
Belle Glade. Completion of the installation another cab feature. supply Before -

was. made Monday of this week and / be paid for, the machinery Is more the war Kobe was Japan's im- with their daughter and son in law

G. L. Sweatt spent last week- the; music committee and stewardsof Ripley has it that a man went 72 for than bids.$300, then it must advertise port and export center. Surrounded Mr. and Mrs. Casey.

I end with his parents and, friends the church are well pleased with years without sleeping-and we .by mountain ranges of unusual

here. '*| the instrument, which adds greatly are ready to believe every word of An insane person who Is scenic beauty, It has been called Leo Greenberger and daughter,

appearance an one of the garden spots of Japan. Polly arrived home Tuesday afternoon -
to the of the church It-we know several fellows over alien can nevertheless be
admittedto
Spending last week in Okeecho as well as providing the sacred, 72 years of age who apparentlynever the state hospital If he has Colorful, crowded and cosmopolitan from Texas and Tennessee,

,&._ bee visiting friends was Joe Howell es- Kobe still to where they spent two weeks
reverent atmosphere to a religious did anything else but sleep. tablished residence In Florida At- manages retain i vaca-
from Miami. service which the oriental flavor, which ion visiting relatives and friends
no other of
type music torney General J. Tom -
A specialist in herbs and other Watson has made it one of the queen cities of there.
can seem to do.'The console and
"' ; Miss Sarah Howell of Ft. Meade handful ruled. He advised Dr. J. H. Ther-
-. body builders told us to eat a Japan before the war.
grill of the organ are of an oak rell
superintendent of the
.::spent last week-end in .Okeecho- finish ,or raisins each day for two state One of the unique spots In Kobe Miss Betty Jane Whidden arrived
matching the new pulpit
t' hospital at Chattahoochee
i t ;' .chobee visiting friends., furniture, which was placed In the months and we would feel like a native of Scotland who has, that not a where Pfc Hunter will continue to home Friday to spend a three

church different man-we tried eating a receive part of his army training weeks summer vacation with hen
I as a memorial to the three
been but
naturalized who has lived
W P. Hargraves of Clearwater boys who lost their whole week's supply'at one time is the Kobe Base Rifle Range. This parents Mr. and Mrs. Jhon Whid-
lives in
the and made his home in Florida for
arrived in Okeechobee Tuesday recent In the center and then drinking a quart of water range is located on the groundsof den. She plans to go to Atlanta

r '. morning and will spend some time grill war.the chimes of the and I can tell you our shape tookon 20 years can be admitted as a patient the Emperors Imperial Palace. Ga., this week and return to Okee
are which seem if he Is properly adjudged
here with his Mr. and Mrs.
f.: parents, much sweeter and more mellow, a very noticeable' change.. insane. The palace, destroyed during raidson chobee to spend the remainder of

W. B. Hargraves. with the organ accompaniment.The Japan, has been removed, and her vacation with her parents be-

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hughes are the range built near the spot where tore returning to her work in West
Is Invited hear School
I public to County Boards have been
Mina Gladys Beville Is spending
the proud parents of a baby girl,
U stood formerly.At Palm Beach. :
i_ a few days this week in Kissimmee this accomplished musician Sunday Mary Sheila, born Friday, June 27, advised by the attorney general the
time PIc.
afternoon In the following that they should withdraw all bal- present Hunters
where she is visiting her sister, program:
in the Sebring hospital. Mother assigned to Hq. Co. Kobe Base We would be very much in favorof
'JesutPriceless Treasure" Bach ances from the State teachers' sal-
: Mrs. Irene Prescott.
and baby doing nicely.A as a member of the guard platoon.Pfc. a tax levied oa the head of each
'Praise to the Lord the ary fund before July 1. On the 'I
\ cow or steer that roams the highway -
entered the in Mch.
r John H. Sherman and daughter Almighty _- Sigfried KargElertHark beauty nap is not a good folr date, the new school act takes ef- army
Blanding in accordance with the taxextra.cted
1946 at Camp Fla. in the
it Shirley spent several days in A Voice Saith, All low up for four ice cream sundaes. fect, and the old teacher salary from the motorist who

'i1', Okeechobee last week visiting with are Mortal __-___ Bach fund law Is repealed. States he was stationed at Camp
Lee and Pfc. Hunter came to Japanin thinks the highways are built for
r 'f friends. Master Bill Sherman returned Toccata and Fuque in Makes no difference what style I a
D Minor ______ FOR SALE-New Aug. 1946 and has been stationed cars to travel over: unhampered.Mr. !
"* g; _:- with him to Panama City Bach that a man wears these days he Case Tractor

c. ,1;" where he will spend two or three Aria from Cantate Domino must turn loose 'of ten bucks any :Model "LA", dual wheels, Can at Kobe since his arrivaL : and Mrs. Julian Hunt of ,. ,

it io-3: ., "weeks vacationing with relatives Canticum Novum Buxtehude way. be seen at Domer's Machine Shop. Dundee were visitors spending -
FOR SALE-Standard width i
carriage
there. Folk Tune Whitlock Sunday here visiting at the homeof
Carillon _. ... Vlerne Mr. and f{rs. P. P. Evans and Royal Pica Typewriter.Price .-
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Evans.
Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Martin re-
J Anna and Paul $25.00. Okeechobee county
daughter Jane
son
-
; ; : Mrs. Irene Hall arrived home tured to their home here last Friday Bank.
left this week for North
; Friday, after spending two weeks Never let' your mind wander night from Georgia where they Carolina, Scientists have discovered that ;

vacation visiting her daughter, Mss.r from your duty, if you have any Washington, D. C., Hot Springs,
spent 'week visiting relatives and FOR SALE-Four lots with new by dropping dry ice from a- plane
Ark. Meridian Miss.
and
;;r:, i -S T. D. Alexander, nee Miss Eva duty-or any mind. friends. they will spend a month.If where house and garage. A variety of several thousand ft. in air it'will

Ii : belle Hall, at Corpus Christl, Tex. fruit flowers and vegetables. create clouds and produce rain-

t They there is black Box 775. we, of Okeechobee, would like to
say a sheepin J. J. Dann, Okeechobee
:: Miss Alice Hancock left Tuesday Some of our ladles are now the waters of the mighty
IJ. dad see them try some wet Ice and try
nearly every famU-and" Florida.
morning to return to Jacksonville evidencing the fact that the sugar; oceans cannot take care of the
blame to stop some of the rain.
the for that.
t f after visiting in Okeechobee with always gets rationing Is off and that averdupois everlasting fire they tell us about,

i f, her parents for the past week. Is on. then we give up and let the world FOR REST

Never lose your temper It youcan move on In its own way. Many a person will find that
tic Ranch 7 miles east of Okeechobeeon
It you follow the posaom's tracks avoid It-but when you do, be the time spent In nading'novels -
:Mr. and ilrs. Hob Davidson and State highway. 7879 acres all '
fj- you' are"sure to wind up at a sweet sure to make it count. will supply the time :Decessai1-I.or
\ daughter of Wainsboro, Miss.! J. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. VInson of fenced and cross-fenced. Cattle
potato patch. an occasional bath.A .
1 i __ L. Davidson of Laurel Miss., and Hattisburg, Miss, arrived In Okee- pens, dipping vat, two houses,earn,

1 i' .- When the editor wrote about Jerry Davidson and two daughters cbobee Tuesday and are spendingthis about 600 'acres in carpet grass.

,. Everyone has a right to a guess the town's most beautiful girl he of" Clewiston, were visitors spend: week here with their son-in- ,'Write,,owner' progressive industry appear !

f but no one knows what were the spoke of her as a saucy eyed lady ing Monday here as the guests of law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. --" TJ. G. PARSLEY' to be one:in which 'the promoters |
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f I : .thoughts Jonah had while in the and then the typesetter' misread it Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Evans and fam- G. Correll. They will leave Sun- Box No. 309 get, the money and the workers. get

: 1 m belly of the whale. and bad it "saucer eyed 1 dy." ily. day to return to their home. Kenbva, "W. Va. the, experience, .." ,,


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l ; i. "The Return of Monte ChristoV | "BLONDIE KNOWS BEST'' "MIGHTY McGURK", !

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F f p Louis Hayward Barbara Brlttop. '"' ;, Penny Singleton Arthur Lakes ,::' ," :; Wallace II

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')! Aid to Farm WNU Service,1615 Eye Street N.W., chiding money) in this country were Il

StrK',..,-. Welding Washington D. C. announced at the same tim .

World War II and the rapid extension WASHINGTON.-There Is no imminent Hungarian credits here for -'

}. of government-approved rural danger of war between the surplus property supplies were mmtL SCHfttSflUUHNG PKOBiBI

..:' power lines to meet farm production United States and Russia. cut off. There were Indicationsthat _

emergencies contributed. You've heard that before and as a loan earmarked for Hungary -

'fT 01 more than any other factors. to the far as I know it is true. would be cancelled. _

WLT1 widespread use of transformer-type There is a diplomatic struggle go- A Hungarian-Russian transport _

ing on between the two countries company was told that its 4_ t

p! '. the scope and importance of which planes no longer could fly over

few realize. the American cone in Germany.
people I_
tt. Senator _
When I say "important." I mean Vandenberg made his -
:ECI.dl but one- ringing speech in the senate declaring -
important in all senses
human lile in that Soviet pressure on (
I Hungary demanded a trial be- & ___ t

,SJ.LI i t .. ; which a real fore the forum of the United
of Springport _
. .,. :.. shooting war is Nations"The SATIRE ON SCHOOL AID Community groups _t
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> the site QulSr&
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: this display on
< -,-'<:,. important Cer- Mich., a village of 500 population, erected
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AI"D fJ'1.. __-...-... : .. :. tainly involvedare United States pressed for set- of proposed' new'school needed to relieve a 600-papfl load in facilities -1 -

.. the'other two tlement of demands on Yugoslaviafor for 160, when they learned the state legislature had dropped plans :'
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lea -- factors in the planes shot down by Yugoslavialast for school building aid. Pictured in the "new school" Is Mrs. William

. :: of rightsto Porter teaching her class. ,
'IcY. =: :::: trinity summer.

p1Fr which Americana These and other steps which un- i4jf :

\10 i believe they doubtedly will be taken before this

alp.T Welding being done efficiently are heir-liberty article is in print, and still oth- NEWS REVIEW 7404 -
and the pursuitof
let on the farm. ers in the making are part of a

.If" happiness. vigorous foreign policy by which we EVEN a beginner will find __

.hilb lie electric arc welders on farms. Welding j This has been mean to block Communist aggression Halted easy crochet'!

was an entirely new job to most clear to observersin wherever it appears in the Sugar Rationing; ; Joined the medallions form &i

Al farmers when the war started but --- Washington- world. In other words we have undertaken lovely pattern for large or smajfaccessories. ]

MlAv before it had progressed many Baukhage whether they a form of positive activityin -

11114te1 months scores of them had bec&me merely look with the foreign field the scope of Retail Meat Prices SoarIT'S a a "
da their at the external evidence A new star-a medallion that raaaA '
old hands at the "fix it up make it eyes which has never been paralleled in
, an heirloom of your crochet Pattem
-tel do" trade. or scent with news-noses the currents our history. OV R 'I I 1404 has directions; stitch. Price etmn .

t Thus: a war-taught talent enters which are wafted over transoms Supporters of this policy (the ma- : which guaranteed that liberated na- Is 20 cents.
led and under the big oak doors of the tions would retain their sovereignty -
. the peacetime picture with increasing Is Back
.ta jority of congress) believe it is a Sugar Sewiar Circle NeeOteeraft }
sanctum sanctorum of the sanctis- Dtpt
Fe'ej popularity. Experience showed preventive not an aggressive step. For the first time since April 28, 564 W. Rudolph St. CUei( lOa B. I
that many broken parts could be imi. Implicit, but not specifically Enclose.20 cents for pattern. -
:.t They do not believe it is a foreign 1942, Americans and especially No-T .-
welded satisfactorily without havingto Sharp words have tumbled over stated in the note was a warningthat
.ar remove them from the machineand one another since the first verbal policy which von Clausewitz. the housewives could go shopping with- the United States will call fora NaD14" -
German military authority. described out ration the -
govern-
way that such equipment then could barrage which was the Presidential coupons as United Nations investigation of Addrm -;
I as something the "extenslon" ment called a halt to the rationingof
be returned to the fields promptly message of March 12. 1947. some- the circumstances'under whichHungary's
of which is war. They believe for households restaurantsand
heo -especially when time-saving weldIng -, times described as embodying the sugar democratic regime was
it can stop will not start. military hotels.
i.; jobs were done on the farm. '"Truman Doctrine." May I remind overthrown and Communist rule in
1 conflict Secretary of Agriculture Clinton
'WIdi Also. farmers soon learned that they you of a few of the barbed shaftsin stalled.
Anderson announced the explaining -
" I could use their welders to constructnew that message? Possible War move Main proposal embodied in the
that it made possibleby
equipment out of scrap parts was protest was that the United States.
lnl : 'be very existence of the Greek Of ExterminationThe the of larger sup-
cot and modify present equipment to suit appearance Great Britain and Russia make a
, state is today threatened by the terrorist of than previously had
",at.tat r. their particular needs as well as activities of several thousand policy is based"on this theory plies been thought sugar available. Joint investigation of the political

make necessary repairs. I armed men led by Communists, as nearly as I can absorb it from Price controls on as wellas situation in Hungary. Russia previ-
sugar
1'1 With the use of welders, discarded ously rejected two earlier American
who the authority the
defy government's
RCtaC people who know: rationing of the product for in-
repair parts and scrap metal can requests for such a probe. 1I1
at a number of points, particularly -
Unless dustrial will continue however.
,J.a be made into feed cars manure along the northern boundaries economic conditions are use The U. S. position is that Hungarian .
All controls scheduled to
nip loaders, buck rakes. milk can trucks ." said the President. restored to normal throughout the sugar are Premier Nagy was forced E4I1
October 31 unless
expire congress
18'dl: and racks, disc harrows and trail. world chaos will result commu- into exile and was compelled to resign :
"One of the objectives of otherwise.
.egiect ers: broken sickle bars, tractor primary nism will engulf Europe. and dictates in order to make way for the,
the foreign policy of the United Three reasons 'which"acted to
' wheel rims and spokes tractor hitch eventually the clash between communism Communist seizure of power.
H1101\ States is the creation of conditionsin bring about an end to sugar rationIng -
drawbars spring tooth points which we and other nations will and democracy as we understand were:
II 41 __ gears gear teeth and sprockets can PUSHBUTTON: Yodara
be able to work out a way of life it. will mean war between
I 1. Allotment by the international -
be repaired. and horse-drawn equipment .
J free from coercion. ... >s. Russia and the United States. Sinceit Emergency food council Look, No Hands
is modified for tractor use.
"We shall not realize our objec- now is believed that Russia will to the United States of 350.000- ""Pushbutton". automatic flight, a checks ,

,,1)u. fives, however unless we are willingto have the atom bomb in from four tons of sugar from Cuba in addition new' field in aviation was usheredin

:f'. Merely Using Your Head help free peoples to maintain to ten years (cf report of the Presi- to that which was allotted' when a pilotles four-engine army

..nt Will Save Your HeelsIs their free institutions and their na-' dent's advisory commission on universal earlier in the year. transport plane landed at Wilmington perspirationodor !

.a<< tional integrity against aggressive training). such a war would 2. Presence of still more surplus Ohio after a 2,000miletrip

;ton jJ! there an easier better way to movements that seek to impose upon mean extermination if not of the sugar in Cuba which will: from Long Beach Calif., during r ;

loll do that job? Purdue university an- them totalitarian regimes. This is human race certainly of civilizationas help cut down demands from. which no member of the crew .J

'org _ swers with: "' 'eS, no more than a frank recognition we know it. other parts of the world. touched the controls.It .

:r"HI there probably Is., that totalitarian regimes imposed on Granted 3. About 200,000 tons 'of Java- was the longest flight of its kindto D WA "t
this is true, the spreadof
erttU3 There is an easy free peoples by direct or indirect nese sugar now will be offeredto be completed wholly by meansof "
; communism in Europe (and else-
list and a hard way. a aggression undermine the foundations where) must be checked because world users. the pushbutton automatic system Made with a jv!mam kite.Yodora -: 1

1111ltoa I labor-saving and a of international peace. and now not to be confused with' drone is actually tocduny to nor&al akisa. '
-1
labor-wasting way hence ,the security of the United : UP AGAIN: planes or remote control flight.In No harsh chemicals or imUtiog .

'01lite' to do any job. Few States. If either France or Italy goes Red. the automatic flight set-up all salt Woat harm ska or cbt&ing, .t

..3'f of us are doing our Russia will not co-operate in a Joint ]Meat Prices necessary flight data was fed electrically Slays soft aDd aumr. lever gals '
, 3 farm job the easiest "The peoples of a number of peace agreement for Germany and into, master '
. Rapid. and in some cases unexplained a control panel gr&m). ",:
deIt countries of the world have recently -
way. If we use our, Austria. Without such agreement from within the itself.
: advances in the retail plants thewoedtrM
had totalitarian regimes 1ZygmtI.\ *- _$.:
.:'rftI heads we can save our heels-as Europe cannot be restored to norma of meat have .
prices been reported difference!
I laIOU" well as time energy and expense. forced upon them against their !. Chaos and communism will from many sections of the country. Advocates Training t-

But we rarely take time to Lava. will. The government of the follow.If t
Some of the
offered for
I S. reasons
J .
United States has made frequent "" -:'
taa time. We don't figure out the easiest coercion Russia is stopped in her tracksif the price jumps were: Seasonal influences ':: : ; -
protests against
,-rec most effective way-we Just we can prevent her from moving higher feed costs heavy
t. and intimidation in violation of
'
''eatat' get the Job done. south into Greece Turkey and foreign purchases. In a number of
the Yalta agreement, in Po
the Middle East and west of the instances however packers admit "
land. Romania and Bulgaria. I
'00\
line she holds at present frpm her ted'that they puzzled the
were over
\lIt must also state that in a numberof
Uli I Grasshopper's Day other countries there have- German zone south through the Balkans sharp increase in .retail prices. ____i :
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to Greece she will be forcedto
lot been similar developments. Steak- which sold for 70 to 80 '
of I '* stop aggression in Europe; forcedto cents six months a-a .. :
(lie knew what was in 'a pound ago, was
HalVP1.. the Hungarian cards.) co-operate with the western being listed as high as $L25 in

oft powers for her own preservation.That Scranton Pa., and a dollar in New TO MM BOJJ.S .i j
Cal "One way of life is based upon I understand retail .:
as It. is what York. Ip Chicago, meat prices : !
at"'ma the will of the majority. and is distinguished ACBCSc
some people call the 'Truman Doe- experienced a general increase of

\0. by free institutions rep- trine It isn't quite fair to giveit 10 cents or more on popular and QuicklY applT8ootbtnr ;1 eom.- :

II't"D1M resentative government. free elections such an exclusive label when it scarce cuts mid-June. >; foOThtF2-: .w.' j
..\\.' guarantees of individual liberty Its wholesome antiseud aa 'I"1
.. never could have been put into There was one bright prediction, tore aiding medicatlouJtothiZlZ", !
'.... Believing that there is an impor- freedom of speech and religion effect without the ;yeoman serviceof however: When the autumn beef _; 4-r like it-nothintt 80 eomfz'w -I

- tant relationship between and freedom from political op men like Vandenberg and the pleasant fortroubles. externallY eause
the inten. run begins prices are expected to ....4....,..
"' 1." Get Pd5k
J
pression. 35c.
r U. lit)' of sunlight air temperature the other bi-partisan support it has re drop as much as, 25 per cent. .---
, body temperature of the. grasshopper "The second way of life Is based ceived. 1
SIa ..
r and where and when the pestso upon the will of a minority forcibly This does not mean that we have HARSH WORDS: -

lmend 1 their eating. Professors Pepper Imposed upon the majority. It relies "lost faith in democracy" or its ,

.-wl pad Hastings Montana State college upon terror and oppression a ability to compete in a fair field Note to RussiaThe "" 1

Itf'Jacst have designed a special thermocouple controlled press and radio, fixed with communism. It means we are United States has accused ,:Lt,

'I-"tcr17" with which to take the elections and the suppression of per- going to see that a fair field is maintained Russia of using threats and coercion Dr. Karl T. Compton chairmanof .,

temperature of grasshoppers.. sonal freedoms.** ; that Russia will not be permitted to instigate the recent Communist commission on universal military 41 St5PS

'I..ato 0 Strong words those-all quoted to create chaos or to draw on coup d'etat in Hungary. training told that % o.'ui 4w m. i.J

tapard' Crop Rotation Plan from the Truman message. the type of force and terror she A strongly worded note to the plan for UMT was "conceived congress asS \ r
has used so far latterly In Hun- Soviet union charged the Soviet
of
means
'lrtt WI Should Be BalancedUnless Congress Follow gary), .to enforce her way of life commander in Hungary with violating and not as a safeguarding means of preparing liberty BB TOBKIi-J-fiKgS
Words With Action the world. .
'OUi'oar upon terms of the Yalta agreement for "
war.
a farm has a wen balanced
Then came deeds. Congress implemented
U: rotation for its fields the
the President's message -
agO chances are that the farmer who
-.r.< by authorizing the loan of VORABLE FORECAST -
rstkil L u.I
OUt works that land is depleting the soil
three hundred millions to Greece '
tAU and getting lower yields of the crops
and one hundred millions to Turkey. : -i- -
e he eroW5.t .. -
l' Dr. R. I.. Cook soils specialist at Missions were sent at once to both --- I

'AU Michigan State college says tbat countries.The Wheat Crop To Hit New
Peak
"WA'" there are several ways in which crop United States concluded with

rotation may result la IOU improve Britain arrangements for an economic -
' of their WASHINGTON.-Despite the wet, The 1'I' _
I i: ment. If a cultivated crop is continuously merger respectivezones wet spring was responsible ment of the
ot ib in Germany regardless cold spring a recordshatteringwheat for crop was delayed by a
reduced
of a
produced on one field, theorganic acreage of oats the cold wet spring in aU
JWU1 Russian (and French) failure of 1.403.800.000 bushels but the Pa.
crop
to
[L0uU matter content of the field go report said and a crop of only 1247. cific coast states. losses
Is indicated this from wet
along. year according to 24 hoSts
thattad decreased. 333.000 bushels is in weather
Is prospect. This have been slight to date.
the department of agriculture
forecast -
C Then came the expected coup compares with: 1.509.857,000 In Vial.aatt trom'U
the
bushels
earliest
11f'f' based conditions of June sections
on as of
Texas
d'etat in which the Communists.with
lbs 3tale Castrate Pigs Early harvested last ,-ear.N' and Oklahoma
1. The inclement harvest
: the Red army backing them weather particularly ; got under
in May. unfavorable'for estimate was made of the way around June at least -
pubdi Results and the aid of the Communist-con was corn 10 days;
tal FIr Market crop as it Is too later than last 'atthout gisu1 1. OiW. 79 -
planting of some feed grains but early in the season ;year. '
trolled secret police took 104adntto -
*, earlier pigs intended for over for be beet.'
mar-
The a reasonable '-
degree'of Major
DtaUI wheat the forecast pointed out. ,
spring -
the anti-Communist accuracy. wheat states ;
the better government of had .
areKcastrated they but the report fnslc* prp&fy.Luraiu
said
The prospective wheat larg- that the abnormally fairly
favorable
crop -
rar. In. When pigs Hungary. Immediately there followed weather conditions ..taan.it -
niJh. are castrated
trifi.: these steps: est on record compares with l.rrs000.000 ,- cool wet weather of May early in May. which Uoa _' -
,,0t at three to four weeks of age. bushels forecast month' ago ,caused 20'to 25 per cent of the enabled grow k vres You q'
easier to A of congratulation corn ers to plant close to their cabs, bdah14. eulrl. -
tMVe are handle the message and and 1.155,715.000 bushels harvestedlast acreage to remain unplanted on intended '

'Woedl heal'more Quickly and the support was sent to the Premier of year, a record up to that time. June 1, which is rather late. acreage although seeding was'

,.....i'oxaally under closer super. Italy. Aldde de Gasped then in the The 10-year average production is. An unequalled: winter wheat somewhat later than usual. The be ntrv usiag eva.a mad1d D.. a -

.\ ; ';'IO"lI stthe! wounds can be process of forming a government 843.692.000 bushels. 'is in prospect for all of the crop crop went' into the ground severe; -

.;;e."aI r. Incisions should bepennlt without Communist cooperationand The government forecast showed Plains area, and Texas. Oklah Great weeks later than usual In the Dakotas -, D.r = SDr -
good drainageSv'eT against Communist opposition. pma. and Minnesota.
the winter wheat prospect to be Kansas. Nebraska and where 'about '
.iflnIhed barrow a Negotiations leading to the "un 1.093.071.000 bushels and 318.=. record production Coloraqp the aped three-fourths of the acreae fa At*0 vi atua

'\! C4I freezing of Italian property (In- 000 bushels for spring wheat; said. While growth and develop report favorable grown but the.pIantingsere under

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minute. tured prisoners of war in Japan ANCIENT VILLAGES PRESERVED Fascinating villages
Remove from fire and stir in fruit Tomoya Kawakita. American
built by Indians centuries ago in inaccessible caves perched high in
pectin. Stir and skim by turns for born Japanese was arrested in canyon walls are preserved in Mesa Verde National park. The cliff
5 minutes to cool slightly and pre- Los Angeles for treason An American cities of which Cliff Palace (above) is typical are noted for their Gas on Stomach

vent floating fruit Pour quickly and soldier whom KawakiU is size and excellence of building techniques. ininil liT.....! irfrnMuirrr back
said to have mistreated *-""_paiat1II..ut .-
top with paraffin at once. recognised wk..a.am- -
Blackberry Jam. him and put G-men on his trail. NOT ONLY SCENERY i praenI a",s..r tbs a.el.d- fevtfawa.n d cio doctor k.ewa MBliyMti fur
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rwf-andioo. hk. I.a.> lh M
4J4 cups prepared fruit 'I' oeCa. No luiMiTO. B.lln.Wia*.-fiiit I. a
6K or d.cbl..v BMMT...**a ntorm.!Mete
cups sugar Is.:..
5.at all deraesLd
;fir 1 box powdered fruit pectinTo
gq Rain Forests Cliff Cities
prepare the fruit: Crush com-
'
r : pletely one layer at a time about

/a f 2 quarts of fully ripe blackberries.If a desired sieve half of pulp to re-

move some of the seeds. Measure 5 Features. b'f WeN. -.

berries into large saucepan.To .
t_ .1 make the jam: Measure sugar "National Parks" has become a synonymous phrase for To'make .
Jams r Jellies select
ripe berries and pick them and set aside. Place saucepan with superlative scenery but there are also many other diverse

carefully so yon win have no ever tour fruit over hot fire. Add powderedfruit interests represented in the national park system of the Unit- J

or bitter taste la the Jam. Wash pectin and stir until mixture ed States. In Olympic National park in Washington for example -

the berries thoroughly before comes to a hard boiL At once stir __ are unusual "rain forests," where, as a result of a mild 1:

working with them., in sugar. Bring to a full rolling climate and abundant winter rains a tropical appearing '
boil and boil hard 1 minute stirring jungle has been created far north EA

Although it's the fruit or vegetablethat constantly. Remove from beat in the temperate zone. Here also is lent baskets they had no pottery

keeps us going on the job from skim ladle quickly into glasses. the home of the rare Roosevelt elk. nor did they use the bow and ar

day to day with : Paraffin at once. for the protection of which a partof row. They lived in open caves and i
its vitamins and | 1.-\ True marmalades are really soft the park was established as a hunted with the throwing stick. Lat akP44UOqer

minerals it's the / fruit Jellies and are wonderful to national monument as early as 1908. er they learned the art of pottery
luscious fruit use for spreads when lunch box problems On the other hand far to the southof making acquired bows and arrows -

Jams butters. or come up during fall and win. the Olympics in the southwestern and built simple pit houses.
conserves that lift I.J ter. Have a few choice Jars on corner of Colorado Mesa Verde Na- About the time that Charles Mar- t
meals from hand to take care of the situa TO HEAD tional the ruins of tel 1
the MISSION Dwight park preserves a was defeating the Moors at
humdrum to the tion. P. Griswold. former Republican once flourishing civilization which Tours or roughly in the Eighth

elegant.. So. homemakers planto Cherry-Raspberry. Conserve. governor of Nebraska has been was brought to an end by a lack of century a new people joined the Striker Doesn't like the

add delight to next winter's 3 cups pitted cherries named by President Truman to rainfall. The national parks also Basket Makers on the Mesa Verde food he's, getting and makes no secretof

meals.If 1 cup chopped pineapple head U. S. mission to administer Include two areas famous for their and together they made remark it. If only his mistress would dtab

you need' ..a"further'excuse' to 1 cup raspberry pulp American aid to hard-pressed health-giving springs-Hot Springs able cultural progress. On the mesa up Oro-Pup Ribbon Crisp. Toasted.
make them. you may consider them 4 cups sugar Greece. National park in Arkansas and Platt top they built hundreds of villages Made with 23 essential nutrients Economical -

from an economy standpoint for Run cherries and pineapple National park in Oklahoma.The some with buildings of mud and too. One box supplies as

Jam on the bread or roll win not through food chopper. Add raspberries Olympic. mountains are others of stone. They improvedtheir much food hi dry weight as five I-lb
take nearly as much of the expen- which have been thoroughly known to thousands of veterans of pottery and began the weaving cans of dog food Oro-Pup also comes

sive spreads. 'Fruits and berries, crushed and sugar. Heat slowly un- World War H who returned to Puget of cotton cloth. in Heal and tts.Peed aU three.Skin'licfies .
this season, are among the best andre til sugar dissolves, then boil rapidly sound ports from the Pacific thea- These people apparently were
really very reasonable in price until thick. Pour into hot. sterilized ters. From far out at sea these peace loving, and in the llth
compared to what they have been Jars and seal at once. glistening snowy peaks were the century about the time that William I i DogsGoFotI1gwA4 :

previously. : When you make jam or jelly first welcoming sight of home. the Conqueror was landing -.1.
When you make jam. Jelly butteror it's a good idea to check and pre- J v:< Mount Olympus nearly 8,000 feet in in Britain they also were GRO-PllP
conserve make a small batch. pare the jars in advance. Get some height and a beset by enemies. Many of ss
This takes less time and allows for help with the fruit or berries if it'sat score or more them therefore moved off the ateeON 5-

less failure. Cooking in small quan- all possible. II I National Parks of other ice- open mesa top and constructed

tity also saves the color of the fruit Have all Ingredients tII j II J!I' I Iii: Ei Nth t cappedmoung their vWsges/ in inaccessible hi
and appearance Is as important in measured bins are included caves located high In eaDJ'onwalls. _
wMINISTER a.-........
Jam as is its eating quality. out before you Six In a Series in the These villages many of

If you want some good spreads start cooking as r I 1,325 square them well preserved today are
for next winter make fruit and you win have to mile of astonishing both for their size

berry butter as these do not takes be right on the fa Olympic National park. Occupyingthe and excellence of building tech ,
much sugar as some of the others. spot to watch out heart of a great peninsula this niques.


Blaeberry-Apple Butter for scorching. With these tips in park is surrounded on three sides Toward the end of the 13th century ,
2 quarts blueberries mind the preparation will take en a by water the Pacific' ocean on the a 24-year-long drouth forced and irritationsof

X quarts apple pulp simplicity you never dreamed pos west, the Straits of Juan de Fuca these people to abandon their cliff SUMmerTo
sible. to the north and Puget sound on cities and move to more favorable
2 quarts
sugar To be ready with quiek relief
Cherry Marmalade. the east. Within a few hours of lands. F..
1 tablespoon ground spices keep handy a jar of soothing
2 oranges This picture of Seattle and Tacoma are virgin forests e e e world-famed Resinol Ointment s
Wash and slice, tart apples. Add
water to cover and cook until soft 1 quart pitted cherries Selden Cbapin ministerdelegateto alpine meadows, deep blue ,I HOT SPRINGS National park located freely,Bee how the medication -
4 tablespoons lemon juiceS Hungary was taken as he entered lakes and sparkling trout streams in a mountainous region"at eases itchy irritation of ivy
Press through sieve and
a measure. the White which constitute one of the finest unspoiled central contains poison mosquito .
Boil ,. cups sugar House for a visit Arkansas in its Dadddeedcofort :4
apple pulp blueberries .
:
sugar chafing For
with President Truman and wilderness areas in the United thousand acres 47 mineral hot
probably
and spices until thick. Pour hot into Run oranges through food chopper. States. bathe with mild Resinol Soap.
to talk about springs reputed to have
sterile Jars and process 10 minutesin Cover with water and boil until soft. Hungary. therapeuticvalue. Get beta tod7froBiH7druaM:
a hot water bath.CantaloupePeach. CooL Add cherries lemon Juice The raID forests are found hi These springs were knownto 4
the lower valleys on the western the Indians and early Spaniards RESINDLO: SOAP
Conserve. from and were used by them. Within the ,
slopes where September -
4 cups diced cantaloupe }.. ., national park are free campsitesand
"' 1 to June 1 there is an aver-
4 cups diced peaches :# + there is ,
6 p\c age annual rainfall of 142 Inches a free government NO LONGER WAKES UP :
cups sugar bathhouse for
,' nearly 12 feet. In these rainforests people who cannot afford
4 tablespoons lemon Juice e to pay for private baths.
.x '' \ are Douglas firs measuring 3 TIMES A NIGHTas
V4
teaspoon nutmeg a e e e
JiIo..Jt up to 17 feet in diameterand "
J4 cup blanched almonds CJ 221 feet in height.There PLATT NATIONAL park contain- she did for naatks before svttcafarts ;;
14 teaspoon salt # 4> ing bromide and sulphur springs is Fotejta sew kidsey-sed--UadderPis

Cook cantaloupe and peaches toDi1m are many miles of foot and located at the town of Sulphur .lisaed doctor'*report typical qnSekcr, 1

gether for 20minutes. : ... :')_ ;)"it.1. ':' w,: horseback trails in Olympic'Na Okla. Small in area this park: is Iac4-Utui. Mw Udacyfcte&br bnfit* Iran) vwitofci&c Pill. Brokaa to fotrr d..a ,.g I
Add __ ., \ ae. tional park and a motor highway en- known chiefly by those for whom from night arg- BW kaowa to coma moctlr '
<+ -w.a.u.wntattan...not the kidney.T. .. f
Ti- sugar and lemon ". circles the peninsula. From this the waters are prescribed. The parkis better protect your rat.switch from kxta>cytimnUnKioly j- i
r i --" ..... .. ... -"' s a L\ main : U.. Foley Pills iatead ..- ft
Juice; boil rapid ..... .. highway other roads radiate provided with free campgroundsand pills : :
"" they poa.n..edati.-Lk. actioa lArtmUt
ly until thick. .u. "_" ,:., > "'""" for short distances into the park. picnic areas and overnight ac- = trrtto****.Nothing clae bfce tfeeca f
Add nutmeg nuts ,I. .;; e e e commodations may be found In -yet L'aloM you fend them hr nor air < I
factory DOUBLE YOUR V1ONKY BACK. '.
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and salt. Pour u__ ___'__ '" .:.:; ","._ IN THE CORNER of Colorado Sulphur.
boiling hot into t r'c where the Rocky mountains meet
.. .

sterilized Jars You can put Jams and Jellies to ..".
I. the arid highlands of the :
v/ii8atr3K8a3! and seal at once use this summer by making light there rises a high flat-topped .. 7IuJSufeAl'II
with..paraffin. sandwich refreshments from them :;1'''
shaped mountain. Early MIIII stirs HI alas er
Elderberry Jam. to serve with cooling fruit Juices. explorers called it the Mesa J t RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO
Wash Item and measure then Fruit Juices also may be canned for the table top. heavily ,\. ":
: slightly crush the berries. Add for later use as jelly. ". >
BROTHERHOOD Radio song with pinon and juniper was
" 2 tablespoons vinegar and 3 cups stress Kate Smith On this \ : .
received 1947 green. green mesa : : MCNEILS
and Boll
to
; sugar to each quart of berries. sugar. Jellying point American brotherhood: arts tknd its caves and canyons :; s e -
Pour into Jars and top with paraf&sat > _
Boil until thick and pour into hot sciences citations for her work. farming Indians lived for 'c'. J :
once.RaspberryCurrant
sterile Jars. Seal at once. The award was given by the National years, cultivating the soil and a
Concord Grape and Plum Jam. Marmalade. Conference of Christianand their villages or pueblos. To ;
; (Makes: trounce glasses) 2 quarts raspberries Jews. the ruins of these : BRINGS OiESSEDI

4 cups prepared fruit I 1 quart currants lages. Mesa Verde National I Lars 8ttteix. ----U-s..aWn for 7
7 cups sugar 9 cups sugar has been established. The [ I Minis liE till tl I1HWI*
H bottle fruit pectinTo Measure berries and currants aft- the park IT 80 square miles. excel"I. I 0 tU(IP lilt SIIIU IT I'.H mtt>l If pin
prepare fruit slip skins: from er stemming and cleaning. Crush According to archeologists [saint Ills t... .... UClUIIIlU t..Tutntj

Itt pounds fully ripe grapes. Bring currants Cook slowly unto Juice dians came to America from ,.
pulp to a boil and simmer covered Cows freely Add raspberries and A Guar. Asiatic homeland by the
for 5 minutes. Remove seeds by heat slowly to boiling. Add sugar route thousands of years KMCH SPMYQUICK.MILL
putting through a sieve. Chop or and stir until dissolved. Boll rapidly ., S dale Y3 for many centuries :lived as R*I*II
grind skins: and add to pulp. Pit to jellying point Pour quicklyinto S hunters. About the beginning
but do not peel about IVi pounds OUMC ACrtOM arts PttOTKenONHKMIKKS
hot. sterile jars and seal with Christian Era certain of early
of fully ripe damson plums. Cut into paraffin at once. ers arrived in the region of the I TO Pars AJTD HTOCAS3
.- 4,54 '"v'5'. ..,, -- .' '-.' LASTS 14 DAYS AND LONGER
small pieces and, crush thorough Note: The currants are cooked Verde. They liked the : f

ly.;: Add tt cup'water, bring to a longer than the raspberries because forded by this high mountain FOREST Large III.PIISIIiIISIIlIS.SSTAIIWS
and simmer IS minutes OB *.!.ft TMT ......_ .*. f
boll cover they are more firm and do not lose its peculiar cliffs and settled trees abound along Hob I.TWOVT MSTBHMfnMa CO.
Combine fruits. color as quickly as the more delicate to farm. First inhabitants la Olympic National, park arts.........tor T.....pr.
Measure sugar and prepared fruit fruitBeteaaed 55 5 Mesa Verde were known as of the finest unspoiled,wilder .
:', into a large saucepan fining up last by Westers Newspaper Ualoa. Makers for. while they made areas in the country. "'VNU-14 28-41 j


}. LYNN- SAYS: Test for acid by tasting. If it GIRLS! WOMEN!

Ke.p .* Your Toes lacks add some lemon Juice. I Primitive Area Is 'Last Treatier "
When Waking Jelly Fully ripe fruits make the tastiest try tM tf you're F

l How 'do you know when Jelly jellies but most of these have insufficient LEtnSTON IDA..- Preservationof either by plane a western pack

":_. meets specifications It is clear pectin to make jelly. It is the 1800.000 acres of primitivearea train or by hobnail boots plus NERVOUSOs
tender and sparkling.:It has retainedits best to use one-half ripe berries andonebalf In north Idaho as the last plenty of good old-fashioned de
frontier In the United States "for termination.
fresh fruit or berry: flavor; it not-so-ripe ones.; .' !CgmUM BAYT er WaatB-
holds its shape when turned from If you Ilk a spiced jelly drop a HOOVER REPORTS.. FBI an time to come" is the objectiveof R. H. Rutledge. Idaho regional Do foul* fBB tton*!monthly dlrtart-
the U. S. Forest service forester stemmed up the plans when twos: mk you feel nervous,. Inttabtaro
be of mixed into the
the glass, but Is soft enough to bag spices Juice Chief J. Edgar Hoover was called
watt aDd tired cvt-tt coca tinsel i
Generally: reputed to be the wild he said: "We wish to hold and ;
spread with a knife. while it is first cooking. before senate Judiciary committeeto Teen 40 by Lydia K. Flax&ftai'S Tec'
est region in America the Selway maintain frontier conditions such as table Oompouad to scJfarr MCS emp.-
For i.Hy it's' preferable to use Use wide-bottomed pans for cooking explain why Furs Investigation Bitter -Root primitive area embraces our forefathers met with mystery t.oma.ITS femota for t&tel ,.... ncu- {
' containers that have. a wide enOuIhU the Jelly so that the juke will of primary: election fraud to Kansas Bitter Root. 'Nez Perec freedom of lady Ptnkbam'a tIQIQoaad h.IF+
y and cot lose too City was net carried to compiettn. romance use and inspirational buM up rsImne. .caaaac acaca:; tUitsnu. -
month from which to slip the Jelly cook quickly muchof
Clearwater 'and Lolo National for- j qualities unimpaired and ::Also a 1"&'atomseshie tIDDJcJllMJ It

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Ir : (J>>berckubLek efus We all have our troubles but a EQUALIZING NOTICE THE ASSESSMENT: OF THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.APPEAR IX TilE NOTICE NAME OF TO THE APPEAR STATES OF but Education those without Is a wonderful It appear to Chins en-
FLORIDA:
few of us know better how to unload TAXES FOR 147 TO ALBERTA POTTER. 503 West life to a far greater degree. i
joy
: them onto the shoulders of TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS IN Drive Woodruff Place. Indianapolis TOJ.. T. \SKELL.. if living and
Published OKbECHOBEE COUNTY: if dead all parties claiming an f
every Friday by the Indiana:
neighbors than others. You are hereby notified that on July through under or
t Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeechobee, 7th 1947. the County Tax Assessor! will You are hereby required to office file yourwritt..a In against.interest :J.by.T. )\SKELU Deeeas. We had always .thought that the .
,.... Okeethobee County, Florida. meet with the County Commissioners appearance at my ;
Okevehotwe. Florida on July 7. 1947 ed. Residence Unknown: orange tree was the only tree tha
NOTICE OFPPU'TIOS FOR In the Court House for the purpose of Bit of Complaint filed against Yon and each of you are hereby required .
: TAN DEED hearing complaints and receiving testimony to the CircuitCourt to fil! an Appearance to the would bloom and bear fruit at th<
BRYANT BOWDEN ... ...... Editor you by James W Potter in the
Notice It hereby given that J O. I I as to the value of any property, of Okeeehobee County. Florida Bill of ttomplaint filed against you in time-but now we are tol< '
Wolff the holder of the following certificated real or personal as fixed by the County whereof decree Pro Con- a suit the nature of which is to remove same
:4,: has filed said certificate for a I Assessor of :::1&Ir.r perfecting, reviewing in fesso default will be entered a against you. The cloud on title to real property in Okeech that a pear tree has been discover| }
I tax deed to be Issued thereon The and assessments the Florida described as
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sews is desijtnatd as Okeeehobee thing.
i' irertificate nnniber and year of issu a E. DRAttDY. Chairman. ed to dos the same
I will be
't One Year in advance ...... ..$3.00 newspaper In which this Order follows:
' nee. the description of the pro|>erty. Board County Commissioners week for four consecutive Lot 5. Block 1OX Town of Okeeeholie -
t, \ Six Months in advance ......:. 1.50 and the names in which it was assessed Okeeehobee County Florida. published weeks.once a according to plat thereof recorded -

t... 11. Three Months in advance ...... 1.00 are an follows Year of (June :!O, 27. July 4) \\ITNEfcS. my hand and the Seal of in rut Book 2, page 17. public
Certificate No 773.
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i I D. Lucie County
said Court this 5th day of June. A. records of St.
: 1 Issuance 1929 NOTICE TO APPEAR
,; Certificate No 2123.: lear of THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 1947. Florida r
In
Entered second class matter Issuance 1933 TO ESTHER; LACHMAX at my office in the Counthouse
i as July : MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELD.Seal Okeeehobee. Florida on the 14th day Ht
Description of property: 1014 N. HICKS AVE.
;; i I, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- SW\: of SEH of SW* Section 29. LOS ANGELES CALIF. ( ) Clerk Circuit Court of July. 1947. The said suit is filed
Florida.
ehobee. Florida under Act of March Township. Range 35. containing Okeeehobee County. in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial -
1 Yon are hereby required to appear at Connie W. Raulerson. D. C. Circuit of Florida. In Chancery
8, 1879. 10 ares more or lets my office In Okeeehobee. Florida on By .
L1XDSEY O CONNOR
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entitled
Name In which assessed Okeechobee 7th of A. D. and Is
the day July 1M7. to Bill *
Jf-. Ancillary Administrator etc.
T. W. Conelj. as
Company of Complaint for divorce filed againstyou
i Fla.
Okeechobee. HASKELL
AU of said property beln In the Herman Lachman. In Circuit Box eos. Complainant.- J. T.
j County of Okeechobee. State of Florida l71n i Attorney for Plaintiff. ET AL.. Defendants.
Why do mea grow bald headed and for Okeeehobee County seal of
y Unless such certificate or certificatesshall Florida. In default whereof Decree Pro June e. 13. 80. 2T. July" WITNESS mv hand and the
':. ; and the women never dot be redeemed according to law the Confeiio will be entered against you; said Court at Okeeehobee. Florida. this
certificate 9th day of June A. D. 1947.
property described in such
the Okeeehobee Newt Is designated
or certificates wll be sold to the hl< the In which this Order
Facial creams will not erat that eat bidder at tbe court house door on as newspaper COUNTT. FLORIDA (SEALi Clerk Circuit Court,
shall be published once a week for OKEECHOBEfi -
month of Ann- 1iIiIIi.4 ." f'R
'l the first Monday in the
frown. four
agonizing of consecutive weeks. Connie W. Ranlerson. D. C.
oat. 1947. which is rhe 4th dar Ang- By
Witness hand and official seal JUNE 16. 1917NUTICE
my
cr Llddon. Fee & Parker.Attorneys .
GIVES that :
a t oat. 1947. at Okeeehobee. Florida, this 28th day: IS HEREBY!
of Jalr
Dated this 1st day 1JW7MAREL a of ChapUir1S2U4
Section for Complainant.
.A man who lives'a vlalonary lifer RACI.EK>ON SHEFFIELD.Seal >f :Ma). A. D. 1947. pursuant Law to of Florida Acts of VOX. Ft. Pierce Florida.
Seal Mabel Raulerson Sheffield.
; I never lets facts Interfer with ficllon. << ( ) Okeecbobee Clerk of Countr Circuit Court Florida.of ( ) Clerk Circuit Court. known as the MURPHY 20658.ACT.Laws and In of June 13, 20. 27. July 4, 11-(5t)

_t :I. I, By Connie 15'. Kaulerson. D. C. Okeeehobee County. Fla. Florida.pursuance Acts of Chapter of 1941. known as the
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EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
i k ACT. the following- described NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

i : Many a ship has gone on the land situated in Everglades DraInage. SELL LAND

L t I rocks because the hand at the helm District. will' in be Okeeehobee offered for sale County.at public'FlorIda NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that t

'. i was not I outcry for the highest and best cash pursuant to Action IS (I). 'hapter
aecure.v FULLER BRUSHESYour bid. subject to the right of the Tnw- 20G5S, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941.
I I tees of the Internal Improvement and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Lawsof
Fund and of the Board of Commissioners .' Florida. Acts of 1931. fcs amended
f : '. Why do eo many folks pray forE of Everglades Drainage District bv Section 1L Chapter 20653. Laws of
\. I the things they can easily get by to reject any and all bids, at the Florida Acts of 1941. and also pursuant -

t ; trying a little work along with FULLER Dealer will be in Okeechobee o'clock Courthouse A. M. on beginning the 21st day at of July.10:00 Laws of to Section Florida.42.Acts Chapter of 1941.20722.as \

: their resting. 1* 1. As to all parcels l of landof amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079.
I JULY 7, 8, 9, and 10th-at Southland Hotel ten acres or more title to onehalfof Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943 and
\,a petroleum and three-fourths of Section 44. Chapter 20722. Lawa of CAR
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; ; With the Finest Line of All Kind of Brushes other minerals: will be reserved by Florida. Acts of 1941. as amended by ,
j : Some people are always in trout Trustees of the Internal Improvement Section 21. Chapter 22079.! Laws of
Fund. Easements for road right of Florida. Acts of 1943. the following
; ble while others are always looking He'has ever had; Including Ladies and Gents, way 200 feet wide will be reserved by descried lands in Okeeehobee County, F4ad

far it. said Trustees from any parcel through Florida to-wit:
t i : Also-Baby Hair Brushes.A which there is an existing state road: Lots 2. 3. 4 & 6, Blk. 6. City of Okee-
and easement for drainage and cbobee
'" 1 reclamation and for road purposes Lot 10 Blk. 11, Wrights First Ad- Vef4'e '
;: Since this Is the Fourth of July LOT OF ARTICLES AT will be reserved by the Board of dition to City. } $1
r j j't 4 Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Lot 4 & Lots 7. 8. 9. 11 & 12. Blk. 93. .
we have nothing to say about how District. City of Okeeehobee; '
'k t. you should go about celebration but REDUCED PRICES.H.A.JACKSON. DescriptionLots Lots 1 & 2. Blk. 24. South Okeeehobee Hero's a real time sav i
1 & 5. Elk 6. City of OkeerbobeeKeg Lot 8. Blk. 175. City of Okeeehobee'
!If you use firecrackers and roman 5S7 ft. V. of SE Cor of J\EU Beg. NW cor. of S\V"4 of SW'4 er. Whenever your car
of Mk of SU run W 140 ft. N. Run S 417.4 ft. E 20S.7 ft. N 417 4 ft.
candles would that needs lubrication
prefer an
we you 1.0; ft. E. 140 ft. S. 110; ft. to beg. W 208.7 ft.of Sec 21. Twp 37 lice 35 a ,
do your celebrating far removed Sec. :!1. Twp. 37 Rge. 33.: containing Beg 417.4 ft. S of N W cor. of SW% oil change, tire or battery
*i Acre more or less of SWt Run S 573 ft. E 210 ft. N
I.I f' from our proximity. I' Lots 1",.2 & 10 Blk. 9% City of Okeeehobee. 571 Rge.ft.35 W 210 It. of Sec. 21. Twp. 37 service, (lust give us a call. P .

Lots 13.24 net Blk H. Okeeehobee Lots 1 to S incl In Blks. A, B. CLots We'll come over for your
NOTICE TO APPEARHIE Development Co. S/D & 1 A. 2 BIk. D, Evans Addit
-'J! STATE OF FLORIDA: Lots 8 & 9. Rlk M. Okeeehobee" ion. car : do the (lob and
y.
TO: ELIZABETH E. LONG Development ('o. SID will be offered for saw at phone eat
J 475 HERMITAGE ST.. Lots 1-24 IncL. Blk P. Dkeecbobee ery for the highest and beat cash bid. bring It back to youlATLANTIC
PHILADELPHIA. PENV Development Co. S/D subject to the right of the Board of
-: You are hereby required to appear atny Lots 1 to 12 Incl. less Lots 7. 8 & Commissioners of Everglades Drain
< office in Okeeehobee. Florida on IN BUYING PROPERTYOR 9. Blk. 2. Riverside Park age District and/or Board of County
the 7th day of July A. D. 1947, to Bill g Lots 1. 2 &: 12. Blk 7. Riverside Park. Commissioners of Okeeehobee County
of Complaint for divorce filed against: Lots 1.12 HicL Blk K.. Okeeehobee Florida. to reject any and all bids l .
YOU by Walter E. Long In Circuit Development Co. S/D at the Courthouse beginning at 1000 ;
Court. In and for Okeeehobee County INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE Lots 7. 8 &: 9. Blk. 2. Riverside Park ovlock A. M. on the 21st day of July,
Florida. In default whereof Decree Pro Lots 3 to 11 Inch. Blk.'7. Riverside 1947. Easement for drainage and reclamation -
Confesso will be entered. against you SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE ParkTRUSTEES and road purposes will be
the Oteet'hobtoeew. Is designatedCa Or THE!: INTER. reserved
the newspaper In which this Order AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF
shall be published once a week for OF THE STATE OF FLOR EVERGLADES DRAIN- L
four consecutive weeks. IDA. AGE DISTRICT ,
Witness my hand and seal at Okcechobee. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Florida this 28th day of May, Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ. OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PAUL ROBBINS
ISMT. A. D. AGE DISTRICTBy OF OKEECHOBEE Distributor of
; (Sean Mabel Raulerson Sheffield Mabel Ranltrioa Sheffield. Act. COUNTY. FLORIDA.By .
Clerk Circuit Court. for Trustees of the Inter Mabel Ranlersoa Sheffield ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH end
: Okeeehobee' County. Fla. L. BARBER, ManagerNotice nal Improvement Fund and Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
i Mary Schnlman. for Board of Commissioners Okeeehobee County. Florida ATLANTIC PETROLEUM _
1- Attorney for Plaintiff W H WYRf .f Everglades Drainage Dls.trlet. as agent for said Boards PRODUCTS.
a Okeechobe County. By Connie W. Ranlerson.
Fiords Deputy Clerk Phone 118 Okeechobee Fla.
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can a man a girl OJ
What a patriotic spirit we are
the manner In which you live-get won't ride In Ford ,;,
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I .. From-where; I anxious to display these daysweare !
busy and change such things. sit.. by Joe Marsh STOPS anxious to make the whole

I How can folks entertain table I 666 CHILLS world happy and well fed even ----
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Watch out for the girl with the manners with steak selling at 75ca L--
I though our own people go hungryand
winsome ways that word win has pound (including the butcher's The 61t.tor M.r.r.1 SymptomsFCYEP 1
I I Picnic Was .. ill clothed. While we are at
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an omnious sound. hand as he weighs it). gIYu yea ..
I HUS 2_MORE nti-mln. c:_:::. peace with the world we are too :

a "Hug" Success! ch.cJo- d.t Tot.Qu r...wIY lazy to think of any other way of i ,

I living.

THE CIRCUIT COURT: OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i -
Our local Wild Life League went folks FLORIDA AND FOR OKEECHO IX: THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Phone 2496 Floor: Consultants Box No. 277 .I on a picnic Saturday cause are so temperate and BEE COOTT. IV cn.- ("F.RY. NINTH JUDICI CIRCUIT OF
and I went well-behaved in our town that they BrIT TO QUIET TITLE. FLORIn IV AND FOR OKKCCHO- i ----
Exclusive Floor Maintenance Specialists along to cover it for the Clarion. could afford to take the whole thingas J. C PEARCE. BEE COUNTY. IN CH*>CKRV.
PiaintiffFRANK SUIT TO QUIET TITLE i'h
Monday, folks kept '
stopping me a joke. Ta. FRANK CHANDLER. Sr. I
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and saying: 3Iust have gotten out FELDMAN and Plaintiff e. Si ;
of From where I sit LILLIAN FELDMAN et all VS. -
hand, that picnic! even a news-
Defendant. C. M. HIGHSMITH ET AL i
"Nonsense I paper editor's entitled to a few ORDER TO APPEAR Defendant. mty
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says. "It was mistakes. THE STATE OP FLORIDA
And since I :
reportedthat
. Soarrite ,ttljrhty pleasant and congenial. To Frank Feldman and Lillian Feld- ORDER TO APPEAR
Juit beer and hot dogs, cheese they served a moderate beverage man. if alive Marshall X Hunt and THE STATE OF FLORDA:
and like beer I'm sure nobody Gertrude Hunt, his wife if alive, and TO C M. HIGHSMITH and his wife
elder. And then they show me the thinks : If inch person, or any of them. are If allre. Marshall N. Hunt and his wife )nday
headline reading: "WILD the picnic was the'least bit dead, to their unknown spouses heirs If alive .and If such person are dead
WIFE
I PICNIC wild, or anything but a huge suc: devisee*. legatees, or grantee; and to to their unknown heirs devisees legatees t S
HUG SUCCESS. au persons baring or claiming an Interest or grantees: and to all person
PRODUCTS & SERVICE Of course It ces-and: I mean huge La the following described lands! having or claiming an Interest In the '
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was Elmer my typesetter situate lying and being in the County following described lands situate lying, -
,who had made the misprints of Okeechobee. State of Florida to-wlf and being in the County of Okeechobee.
But is : c9ce ()tCODn W% of NEB of SW% of Section 23 State of Florida to-wit: :
VERO BEACH, FLORIDA my face red! It's only be- EH of NE'4 of SVn; Lots 5 and 6, Block: 137. City of : .11
E4; of SEt of NW%: Okeechobee. according to plat recorded '/
NW% of SEU of Section 23. In the public record of i:
Township S7, South Range 35 East Okeechobee County Florida. 3.47i'
ri-ht.J947. United Slates Brewers Foundation GREETING: RESTING: f
J. C. Pearce having filed his sworn Frank Chandler Sr_ having filed In
PITTSBURGH Bill of Complaint In this salt the nature this Court his sworn BUI of Complaint -, 00.00
I and purpose of which is to de. In this suit, the nature and purpose of --
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-B ermine the title of the Plaintiff to the which is to determine the title of the 0
S SIN-ESS i land hereinabove described to be a Plaintiff to the land hereinabove described i36.00
PLASTIC TILE & PROFESSIONALDIRECTOR I rood and sufficient absolute fee simple to be a good and sufficient absolute i
title to have all claims and Interest of fee simple title to have all I
the Defendants and each of them. In claims and Interests of the Defendantsand -228.68r
and to said lands passed noon and determined of each of them In and to said lands J ,
= to remove clouds upon the passed upon and determined, to remove
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andALUMINUM V_ I Plaintiffs' title to said land to quiet clouds upon the Plaintiff title to said 15.69
and confirm the Plaintiffs' title there land to quiet and confirm the Plaintiffs _
I. to and In which Bill of Complaint the title thereto and In which Bill ;
: I Plaintiff states that he believe thereare of Complaint the Plaintiff slates that -J : 1.95
persons Interested In the land hereIn he believes there are persons Interested '_. ,
Involved and hereinabove described, In the land hereinabove described and i -
TILEFOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY and having named therein certain persons having named therein certain personsas -1 i1 -; :
BURGESS as known by name to him. the known by name to him fhe said 3.10
Electric Saws Electric Drills said Plaintiff but as not known by Plaintiff but as not known by him the i i
YOUR WALLS Bench Saws -*- Grinders him the said Plaintiff whether any of said Plaintiff other said persona are
Welders 10" Lathe said persons are dead or alive and as dead or alive and as believed by him. 265.00'
believed by him. the said Plaintiff If said Plaintiff. If living, to be interestedIn
Hand Tools Pumps Supply Co.FEEDGRAINHAY living. to be Interested In said lands the property and premises herein Involved -
12" Radial Arm Saw and if I dead to have been interested and hereinabove described andif r. 118.0'P'
: herein: dead to have been Interested therein; -'
ASPHALT TILE CLARK J. SMITH And having made all persons havingor And having made all persons havingor -
claiming any interest In said lands claiming any interest In the above : i5.00
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Sales Rentals Service Y parties defendant to the said Bill of described land parties Defendant to
FOR YOUR FLOORS Complaint: the said Bill of Complaint:
... 209 Okeechobee Road And having demanded from the Clerkof And having demanded from the Clerk t 1.00
BABY CHICKS Circuit Court of Okeechobee Conn of Circuit Court in and for Okeechobee
Ph.: 20276 West: Palm DeacbJAMES' ty. Florida, the making; of an order requiring County Florida, the maktne of an order I
such persons and parties to appear requiring such persons! and partiesto 'I 39.00
Tues. and Fri.FOR to the said Bill of Complaint upon appear to his said Bill of Complaint .".
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Sanding and a day not less than twenty-eight nor upon a day not less than twentr-eight
FinishingFOR more than sixty day from the date of days nor more than sixty data from the t '
the making of said order; date of the making of said order: =, ...3.0-
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YOUR WOOD IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDERED IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDERED 1 -
FLOORS that each and every the Defendants that each and every the Defendants ,<-i40
above named designated and specified above named designated and specified .t -'>'
are hereby required to appear herein to are hereby required to appear herein to t
Typewriter & Supply U S Tires the Plaintiffs' BUI of Complaint herein the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein
filed on the SEVENTH (7) Dar of July, filed on the 31st day of July. A. D. I 13.40
BALES SERVICE Furoil Products A. D. 1947. and that this order be published lH7 and that this order be nublsbed in -
RUGS CLEANED In The Okeechobee News a newspaper Okeecbohee News a newspaper of general -
New Typewriters and Adding Ford Parts- of general circulation publishedIn circulation, published in Okee- 'f ",4.%%
Okeechobee week
County Florida. oncea li.it.ee County. Florida once a r
Machines Service week for four consecutive weeks for four consecutive weeks !
WITNESS my hand as Clerk and WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the : -2,0049L25
ImmediateDel1tery" SEE the Seal of said Court. this FIFTH Real of said Court this 2Tith day of
Day of June. A. D 1947 June. A. D. 1947 at Okf'.. hobf'ta. In the 1. -
CALL or WRITE OKEECHOBEEMOTOR MABEL. RAULEUSON SHEFFIELD, County and Mate aforesaid. J
PHONE 1009
(Seal Clerk Circuit Court J -
CO. Okeechobee County Florida MVUEL It.\tTI.EngOS' SHEFFIELD
103 ATLANTIC AVENUEFT. SALES SERVICEP By Connie W. Raulerson. D C. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. I -250.00U
T. W. Conely, Jr. Okeechobee County. Kla. :
PIERCE, FLORIDA O BOX 47. PHONE 44 Box 60S. Okeechobee. Fla. By Connie W Itanlersnn.' D. C. i Di
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Attorney for Plaintiff. Mary Srhulman. i <" ;
Jane 6. 13. 20 21, July 4. Attorney for Plaintiff. '
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>i; k Richard MeFarlue. who disappeared marriage. But rd fight for him till on his experience John L argued. From Allies; Continue You{\ it rtt

.y., daring the first World War. tearing lab we both died if anything threatenedhim. "Now take a man that had never \\ J

'- i trite. JuUa. and two chUdre. suddenly Families are like that." had a thought for anybody but himself Lend-lease. \\
;; returns z} years later and identifies He rose and moved absently near his experience might not be 1\\\\\\1{\\\\
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himself as Captain Hacker, stationed her and laid his hand for a momenton much help to him-that is unless he WASHINGTON.-Hope for a Nazi
; at the same camp as his son. Kie, r
her hair. Jill took the hand and changed his ways a lot. armistice with Russia in 1943.
: erring ia World War n. Ric has become
involved with Sandra Calvert a pressed it looking up at him. ter- "Only fools and dead men,never which would have been kept secret that ClickWHO

:' ;' ,: dlv.reed who Captain Mickey knew at ribly sorry for him. He must she change," returned the captain. "Ex from the western Allies and in

i, i''. use time. He threatens her, hot she was thinking have loved that lost perience can teach a man a great which the Soviets would have con- said the summer's no C'"ORN ...

;' and Kie marry anyway, and she arrives child very much and no doubt the deal It can teach him for instance tinued to draw lend-leae from the for parties? Make yours

: :,r at JmliVs farm to lire. She startles hurt of that loss had turned him that there's a time for I United States came to light in cap a hot-weather hit with cool drinks f
;, I E Julia by recognising a pletare of Richard in upon himself made him bitter speech and a time to be silent." tured German naval documents. refreshments and
light some quiet
; as that .f Sandra
I Captain Mackey.
and misunderstood made him the John L's black eyes sharpenedand I Bombing of the United States
; t and Jill Rle's sister. have a quarrel games.
I during which Sandra demands S10.0M. person Spang and others called Old then grew sober. with a new high-speed long-range S REAW7D SERVE. DELICIOUS/

; That night Captain Mackey arrives, say- Cyanide.Jill "If you've learned that sir you've six-engine plane also was consid- Pencil and paper games are appropriate GET THE OSJGiNAL KOLOGG'S
i! lag he is there to take Sandra to ..... got up a little disturbed by learned the most Important thing in ered but was abandoned in July. for summertime. So are magic tricks

l t the sharpness of her own emotions. human experience" he said. "I'man 1943 "because the few airplanes and popular fortune-telling too because stunts. Word they; can gamesare be COM RAKES Itf THE WHITE,

,. "You said you wanted to see my old man and I know. which could get there would be of played; while sitting dower RB, AND GREEN/ PAcMGE.

-: "': CHAPTER_ XIX sister-in-law.. She made an awk- 'And being an old man. you'll no significance but would only To give a really successful party; send REGULAR fiWt/ty/ SEE.
for our booklet No.60. Send 25 cents
: ; "Gordon? No. I don't know where ward effort to get back to common- give a younger man credit for trying arouse the will to resist in the popu- (coin) for "Games for Good Parties" to I
place ground. "Shall I call her ?" lation." Weekly Newspaper Service 243 West Itch 3S
A he was assigned. Some flight training SL, New York 11. N. Y. Print name 3Y
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? "I am always glad. John L
now Sought Rocket
.r1 i school.. I think. He was a splendid Use. address booklet title and No. 60.
': i t fellow." "I suppose so.** He seemed to Farlane spoke slowly and Jill wasa Adm. Karl Doenitz as commander

; pull himself back from some remoteness little impatient with him for be- in chief of the navy wanted to
_; "I heard a plane go over a little with difficulty. "I cameto ing so pontifical and making such use the V-l robot bomb or the V.2 Falls in St. John River

t i'. ,' while ago." Jill let water run to take her away.; I'm taking her tiresome speeches though Captain rocket to attack Allied shipping at Reversed by High TidesThe 3L4fii

l fill the ice tray wondered if she back to her husband." Mackey seemed not to be bored or Gibraltar in the summer of 1943.

i : should offer him another drink. She "I'll get her," Jill said. "I hope amused by him at alL "I am always But Hitler vetoed the plan becauseof falls in the St. John river

}; '; wasn't used to this aspect of hospitality did she'll go with you. Captain. Though glad," the old man went on, "the risk that some of the new reverses itself. This is caused by !

I" \ usually her grandfather to be awfully crude and terribly "to give credit where credit is due. weapons might fall on land at Gi the 50-foot tides in the Bay of
it. Dave. "I thought
sometimes
I or
w > Good night to you. Captain." braltar and that the British will Fundy. At low tide the St. John
all and
l ... about of you-Spang" you. They shook hands again and Jill find out what they are." It was not river flows into the bay over a 15- ,
: all air she babbled on. a
i you men he saw how little her grandfather until the following year that they foot falls. But at high tide the
i bit nervously wondering why looked so shrunken so old. Then were loosed at London. water comes in with such a rush
old wooden i iI
awful
\ had picked that
.f ,i en potato masher.up Mamie had left In' he turned and went toward the The reference to the plan for a that the falls are*reversed, the sea SUosephlAASPIRINZtflU

I stairs, and he seemed to grope for Russian armistice did not make water falling into the river from
it lying out it was a thousand years
A, old and all scarred where Ric had the door and she heard his feet clear whether it actually had been a height of 25 feet. I > I

i "I stumble as he went up ahead of her. submitted to the Soviets. The com-
gnawed it when he was a baby. I
: envied you" she ended thinly. She heard his bedroom door close plete reference was as follows: I I
as she reached the upper ban and "We can hope to win the war
i He perched on the kitchen stool
: .r there was a queer sharp sudden only if we can stop expending our
1 A: and lighted a cigarette. sound beyond it, a sound almost likea forces in the east.! So far Japan has I
,
.: : '"Smoke these!" he asked. She
: NEW KEROSENE:
sob. this
not been used for purpose, for
9.. shook her head. "Now and then.
She knocked on Sandra's door fear of weakening Japan in the
But Mother doesn't like it much"rell
and it was opened with suspicious south by engaging her in the north.
: 3: little about yourself.You're .
me a
.' alacrity. Sandra still wore the Also she might not be able to mus- I
? .; not in school be asked. SERVEL
.,f. coolly. feathered robe the sculptured curls ter the necessary supplies for both :-,
'-i the bluish shadow on her eyelids fronts. p I
f "Good gracious, no! Jill
the rosy curve of lip meant for al Eye Jap Raid.
t; laughed. "I'm practically middle-
i lure. But her eyes were hard as "The Japanese Kwantung army
I- : ',' aged. I'm almost twenty-seven matrix and as cold. stands ready with a million men. '
years old. I was a war baby-last "What's Rod Mackey doing Japan herself evidently realizes

t. lie war.didn't I've come never back.seen"my father. here?" she demanded.Jill that intervention in Siberia may be- RUNS FOR. FEW : i

i closed the door moving into come necessary.
: "In every war some of us don'tcome the room. "Russia is getting considerable
; "
: back. he said slowly. "But "You listened, did you? He's a supplies via the Far East. There'fore
we're an vain enough to hope thatwe'll the arises whether
captain from Ridley Field. He says question a
I' be remembered." he has come to take you to Ric.. threat by Japan that she will enter

I "It's the old urge for immortality "How can I go to Ric? I don't the war against Russia will help to :.I

1' j isn't it?" Jill said sensing something even know where he isl How will make the latter accept the German ENTS A DAY
in this
man's
mood that
j answered I live when I get there? Ricky told offer of an unannounced armisticeon
the aching thing she had
j-
me to stay here till he sent for me. the eastern front to be kept
: kept in her heart so long the part
This is some kind of trick. I know secret from the Anglo-Saxons. Russia
r of her that belonged to Spang. "So .
Rod Mackey. rm not going. would continue to accept lend-
you see I have to be my father's "Don't be an idiot Sandra. Captain lease materials. This political goalis -
., immortality. Ric and I are his future -
Mackey told Grandfather that worth every sacrifice.
-all the future he has. In
w he had promised Ric to bring you." "If this fails the east wall must
school I used to read all those weird
"All right m talk to him," she be built as quickly as possible."
books, all about the transmigration
said sullenly "but I won't go with Germany's defeat was beginningto SUBFREEZINGCOMPARTMENT"
i
of souls and metempsychosis, and
him. No woman in her right mind appear likely that summer although -
I all that fantastic stuff and for -
1. a -" -
would go anywhere with Rod Mack none of the high army and ,
he said
"I lost
while I pretended to myself that I my daughter "
ey. navy leaders around Hitler wantedto
was my father, that perhaps he'd quietly.
f be the first
"How silly! Jill was scornfuL to say so.
k been killed just at the momentI'd
very
been frank I think Ric would do much "You assume that every man has Hitler himself was looking for -
t born and that his soul II ,
had into better in the army if he were designs on you. Sandra. I don't be- "an unexpected .way out" to pre-
gone my body and that
alone." lieve sent itself as he declared wistfully
( really I was Richard McFarlane." you know Captain Mackey at
"I'm sure of that" he said. "I alL I wouldn't be afraid to go with it had many times in history.
An oddly gentle smile moved over The situation "
was "perilous. he
him.
have another plan I hope to be able
t his face "Perhaps that did happen. to work out for Sandra. One that "Oh, no doubt. You're the naive admitted but he hoped that the _
r Perhaps his soul did go off and Allies would fall out them-
will be better for everybody. type that men like Mackey look among
t leave him BIG FLEXIBLE
and
come to in ;
rest selves the
nearer they got to
for. Sandra was posing. Jill sue
saw
And If "It's certainly generous of you
your body. it did and if he !
"-: 6 knew I'm quite sure he wouldn't to take the trouble," Jill remarked."I even walking down the stairs. Her cess. INTERIOR IHO

S wish for anything better than to live hope there is an answer to this head was up she was pointing her l t
1 toes she was being regal and Yugoslav Refugees GoingTo
on through some one so lovely and problem. I know Sandra isn't hap
here." She started for the door keeping her eye on the long mir
:4 sweet as you! py Dominican Republic tI
ror in the lower hall She was the I
and then slippered fig-
stopped a
i as
She led him back
to the
living. CIUDAD
ure came shuffling down the stairs. affronted queen when she faced TRUJILLO DOMINICAN
f room and found an ash tray for '"Oh Grandfather didn't hear Roger Mackey at the living-room REPUBLIC.-The foreign of- tI
M J. him. and forgot for the moment that door. "Just what." she asked in fice announced that between 5,000
Grandfather, we have company
J k- he had really come to see Sandra. you. an imperious tone "is the meaningof and 10,000 Yugoslav refugees wouldbe
This is Captain Mackey
I t She said when the silence had this. Captain?" brought from Italy to colonize anew MOVING
Field. grandfather
from Ridley My
5 I stretched a little "Do you have a industrial development I
Mr. McFarlane. Captain. The He said. "Go pack your bags. area
daughter. Captain PARTS TO WEAR
Mackey? along the Haitian border. No date
f; captain has come to take Sandra Sandra. I'm taking you to your
;: He looked up sharply and husband." has been set for the departure.
I she saw his lip twitch a little. away. Grandfather Constantin Fotitch. former Yugoslav I
John I. McFarlane walked slowly
ambassador to the
A Close Call United
If Talk About a toward the man in uniform. States who recently was sentenced

Lost Daughter "So you're Captain Mackey?" the For Mackey"Thank in absentia to 20 years imprison- j

old man said.Richard ment by Premier Marshal Tito's Yugoslav >
"I lost my daughter," he said you Tm not going. I -
quietly. McFarlane looked at his doubt if Ricky knows anything regime is head of the committee ... j

"Oh. I'm !" father steadily. "I am Captain about this at all You're meddling planning the migration.The .1

I "It was a sorry very great loss. he Mackey Mr. McFarlane. he said again aren't you. Rod Mackey? Asserting foreign office said that mod Yes, it operates silently, economicaDjr on kerosene The : :;. i

t went on. "Now that rye seen youI evenly. "How do you' do, sir?" your authority to meddle in em cities to house the colonist new Serve! Kerosene Refrigerator brings you every new convenience .:J-:

know how great my loss was." John L seemed to wait. His breath the affairs of other people, that don't would be built in Cibao near the big sub-freezing compartment for ice cream :
.
"I'm sorry. We've both lost came heavily his nostrils and his concern you!" Haitian border and also at Constan ice cubes, frozen foods! A roomy interior with adjustable!
"On the za. A smiliar Jewish colony was established -
haven't we? A daughter needs her lean throat quivered. Then with an contrary this concernsme in 1940 at Sosua., the shelves to store large milk cans, giant turkeys.watermelons.Best : .
father : abrupt gesture he held out his he insisted. "I have a very on 'I'
terribly and I .
need their daughters suppose, too fathers hand. definite commission. Otherwise I north coast.Germans of all the Serve Kerosene Refrigerator has no moving :

don't they?" "How do you do. Captain?" he shouldn't have made this long trip." parts in its freezing system. Na machinery, valves pistons or

"They need them very much. But said. "For goodness sake. Sandra you Get Big Scare sCan pumps. Just a tiny kerosene flame does the work. So Servel :
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sometimes they fall to realize the They clasped hands gravely and because said you you were had breaking to leave your Ric"heart Jill of Popcorn Lets .Go stays silent,lasts longer.New Kerosene Servels now on display. '

need until it's it seemed to Jill that they were a
too late. I'm quite exclaimed. should think you'd be FORT WAYNE, IND.-Mrs. Ronald -
sure I didn't appreciate my daughter long time about it, that they were delighted to have a chance to .go Byrer thought she would tuck in Now available in two sizes-8! cubic feet and! 6 cubic feet .=
each other studying each ,
when I had searching
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my with Captain Mackey"Sandra a can popcorn when she sent a
mind full of other things." other's face with an intentness that gave her a slow pitying parcel to the Schmidts in Minden,

"But of course your daughter that was odd for two people who were look. "Did you ever see this officer Germany.In :

you lost can be a sort of glory to utter strangers. before. Jill?" she asked cold- a letter of appreciation from

f you.. don't you think? My father is ly. the Schmidts Mrs. Byrer learned F t s' fr
Ake that to me. If my father could Father and Son "Why, of course. I met him at that the popcorn frightened the

come back. I suspect he'd be a little Shake HandsThen Ridley Field." Schmidts and their friends. The

embarrassed by the splendor I invested "Does he remind you of some Schmidts invited neighbors to enjoy -
him with and very likely John L said. "So you'vecome one? Some one you've seen before the treat from Americathenthey

your daughter would be Just a nice to take that woman away- ?" Sandra went on in that same put the corn on the fire as per g .

human girl, too-maybe she'd worry that one young Richard married' ? deadly level voice. directions.But .

f t you by staying out too late and He sent for her did he?" Jill did not answer because she they neglected to cover the

j smoking and things like that But The captain waited a moment before was startled by the odd harsh sound. pan. and the rattle and explosions t. .

:l, 7..t = because we don't have them we cant he answered. Then his words that Captain Mackey made. scared off the guests-and the

: .:.f{:: keep them wonderful and extraordinary came slowly. *1 promised Richard His voice came level and even. Schmidts.

can't we? And maybe it comforts McFarlane that I would take her "I remind her of her father" be

them a little for being sep away from this house sir. If s quite said looking straight at Sandra, United States Soldier In Sold exclusively( from Maine
arated from us. if they know. Do important that I keep my promise "And she reminds me of my own to Florida ky

lots think they could know; possibly to Richard McFarlane. don't you daughter. We've been comforting Rome. Fined as Disorderly

? People think a lot about life I think?" each other because we both know ROME.-Pvt Walter I., Flora

beyond.the grave in wartime don't John L drew his lips in. "Giveme what we have lost. People with cf College Point. N. Y.. was fined

they?** a minute or two to get used to imagination should indulge their $25 by a court-martial which convicted

.-. 1' wish your father could come It," be said dryly. "A captain whims sometimes but not too far him of disorderly conduct. :

.. back to live up to all the thing you've keeping a promise to a private." -not too dangerously far Imaginations The court made no mention of a

i' built up'for him in your mind ,J01IfcFarUnA. "Important that a captain keep have a way of getting away charge that Florek had mishandled

But there's able any promise. Mr. McFarlane. even from you of traveling at high the Yugoslav flag in a Belgrade

t i'. ._ >.cttt&c that be might be a sad dlsr a promise to himself." the other speed to an sorts of remote places. bar and found him innocent of a
** reminded him. Even to Mexico Now. if you'llkindly charge that he had
'if" ..Y-- ent. *. ,. man insulted the
1 couldnt bel He couldn't "In a ease like that. rd say he'd pack your bag. Mrs. Me Russian flag.

y 'i-jl.1 ; .. ,.gutter bow dull he was or better go very slow making'prom Farlane Jr., well be on our way. Florek. 20. told the court he had

h' .irritable or anything. Be- ises to himself" John L remarked."He Just one bag please. The rest of overheard Yugoslav civilians'In the AMERICAN OIL COMPANYi

itter,what he was. he'd might make. a few he couldn't :your things can be sent for later. bar comment that "Americans haveno

t-k.erF: .Just a'R1c is keep." And you needn't be uneasy. I'm right to fly over our territory... ;

i t, .<'even when I get "A man learns by experience taking fou you straight to" the place It Is a good thing those fliers were A ece Deers f

i __ .for being weak and don't you think sir?" ,: where ought to be. kmed.J3.t'"ly- V -J.lstJj rt

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i i .' "- '' ., .,. ... .- THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, July 4,, 1947'I.



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old 'John L. Lewis if he 0
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thorn be has a friend on earth he-can never
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bee sure but what that friend may j 'iqLl IACADEMEST.

NOTICE TO APPEAR be a communist who will stab him NOTICE \O TII/fl'
';. THE. STATE OF FLORIDA: II
TO: in the back. !
1 ESTHER ELIZABETH SIMMONS

t c/o Ranlo Station .I wash the line thesedays 1 e :
on
Seeing a I I II
Gaitonlt. N. C. J
PETERSBURG
p n FLORIDA
z ');' You are hereby required to file your is not convincing proof that I WE ARE ASKING THAT THE PARTIES I iar ,1
written apprarann at IDT office toOkeeeholxr
t Florida, on or before July t:the lady of the house Is at home. Florida's only Resident Military
t 21. 1947. to Bill of Couplalut for .llroree I
if filed arainut you by Jimmle Sim IN THE COUNTY COCK OF OKEE I WHO BROKE INTO OUR FILLING STA- jl jlI Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit
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f mon In Circuit Court. OkeeebobeCounty. i CHOBEE COCNTT. STATE OF
Florida. In default whereof FLORIDA.CHAS. I Member
.i Decree Pro Confe w> will be entered C
; against you; the Okeeebob New la M. WILLIAMS, as agent for the I TION DURING TUESDAY NIGHT WILL Southern Association of Colleges
i designated a* the newspaper in which I hitter Box Company. a corporation. !
and Secondary Schools
i this Order ball be published once A Plaintiff.
week: for four consecutive week I vw I and
ATttDeaa my band and official seal 0. L. CHANDLER. PLEASE RETURN THE MONTHLY BILLS + -
at Ofceecbobee. Florida, this 18th day; Defendant. I Association of Military Colleges
".. ;. of June A. D. 1947. I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE I 'I''I'I and Schools of the United States
MABZL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELD.' By virtue of an execution Issued out
,, (SEAL) Cl OkeeeboheeiCountyliar. of and under the seal of the County AND CHARGE SLIPS WHICH WERE
Tonrt and directed to me said execution Highest Covernment Rating SR
Schulmin. I baring been i.*ued In favor of Ch... M. I
Attorney for Plaintiff.* William for Tbe RItter Box
I agent '
:,: I a (Jane 20 27. July 4. 11. IS Company a corporation against II. L. TAKEN IN ADDITION TO MONEYIF An Accredit
Chandler.:: I have levied' upon and will I II II
I.offer for sale at the South entrance of Ii I i x 1' University PreparatorywSchcel 1
IX THE CIRCCIT COfRT OF TilE the Courthouse in Okeechobee in the -4 ryf"
) XIXTH JCniCIAt. CIRCriT. ORF.F.CHORF.F. : said County and State on the 4th day '=
COL'NTV. FLORIDA. AT : .>f August A. D. 1W7 between the legal I I Limited Enrollment :
LAW. NO. SS7 hours of sale, the following described I THESE PAPERS ARE RETURNED .
i property tJtuate. lying and being in 1i Separate Junior Department '
':': NOTICE IX EMINENT DOMAIN the County of Okeechobee. State of I I ck. tlt

_. i PROCEEDINGS: IN THE Florida to-wit: TO US THEY WILL BE ACCEPTED I II
NAME OF THE STATE All that part of Lot 9 lying outsideof I For Information Address
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J OF FLORIDA.OKF.EOHOBEE .
of
\ the plan of reclamation Eagle
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J. Bay survey according to plat thereof '> .t Col. Walter B. Mendels President
('Of'STY. a nolitUa recorded in Plat Book 1 at AND _
page NO
WILL
r.i subdlri ion of the State of Florida 31 of the public record of Oke QUESTIONS BE ASKED. I II Florida Military Academy,
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f. Petitioner cbobee County. Florida. I (
St. Petersburg, FloridaFlorida's
The satisfaction of the said execution :: -
Jj FRANK MULUNKAFX and EDNA MMOLLINEAUX. and the accumulated costs in
bin wife, et al Favor of the assignee and holder of said ALTO WATFORD & SONS
Defendant I II
.. '". judgment. I Leading Military Academy

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TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN X. O. STEWART. !':Sheriff Established I1)011
AND TO Okeechobee County, Fla.
(a) The following named persons and 2-3t I I
((June. 27 July 4 11. 18. )
parties who are residents of the State
; ,f Florida together with their reaper-<< .
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tire places of residence: .
t Frank MoUlneaux and Edna M.Mollineaux. J
2125 Broward ATCnue. ,
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t t West Palm Beach. Floridab r."
t ( ) The following named persons and
parties who are believed to be nonresidents .. "
o- ;, of the State of Florida and ,.- ."
whose last known addresses are as m-l t :... ; __ :--ctr -:.
t t forth below, and all person claiming
by. through or under them: --
; #;. A. Heidegger, and If married N 1JEJ::; '-
Mra. A. Heidegger 37 Main ,, J ,,,,,-, '. :'" .'
!?4 Avenue Delawanna. New Jersey 1 -: -;
And to all person and parties baring : _. "' .
,\ ;._, or cbilinliig any right title iuterent.tatate. tT ,.A 'f.\) \ :
mortgage or other lieu to or 0:1 ...
those certain parcels of land In OkufhoNe -- .,,..,., e
-. County. Florida which are inrinded '- ...;'
t" In that portion of Section 01'mi'
'. of State Unad 5i (tZ) from State Ron.l t -f r
f 70. Formerly State Road 8. .North west-
ly to a point near, or at BasainidF-r in
3 Okwchol.ee County. Florida as located.
surveyed and platted by the State Road:
i e Department: of the State of Florida, and
;;: shown by Location Map and Right: elf [
Way Map thereof on file in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Okeeehobee County. Florida true
copies of said maps being attached t<, .
the Petition filed in the above en tit If reuse on the :2 fit th day of June. A. 1>,
11M7. by Okeechobee County a political
ubtllTlslun of the State of Florida.
against you and each of you. seeking ,
to condemn for public road and highway -
purposes the said parcels of land. r
Mtuate. lying and being in Okeecbolter
County Florida and more particularly L"j
:' eriN.d .* allows;
PARCEL NO. 1. Drainage Ditch
Station 72 and 75.0 that part of ,
NKJ4 of NE* Section 18 Township ,
37 South Range 35 East which
lies within 20 feet on each side of
a ditch centerline described as:
Iteginning on North line of saidSection .
IS at a point 1WL77 feet ':
westerly from Northeast Corner of kc: : < : .. -<
;
aid Section IS and running South !" .
1497. rt feet to .,, 0 : .
S" degreesTVeat '
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end of said ditch and containing ''i ,.':, '. ) :
US more or lessALSO '
y acres '
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+ That part of NKW of Section "--S > >
i IS. Township 37 South. Range :35 'h /
"i East, lying within 40 feet each sideof ; .

i : the centerline of a ditch: said i.'a- .. ',' ''-, '. _'_ -, F ___
1 centerline being described with ref- /
to the NKVt and SEV4 of Sta .. :
( I lion Township :37 South. Range .- ,
35 Eut and said NEAR of said Section
.. IK as follows:
commencing of said on Section the 7.North at a boundary point
J 4 L EFT. i
::HU.9 feet East from the NW corner 5 RIGHT
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of said Section: 7. run thenceSouth "
36 degrees-17'-30" East a
.. .I distance of 2143 feet to Station
1UUX33 OD the surrey line of State "
Section 910U-201' for
Road 59 (16)
POINT OF BEGINNING of said t. :
I ditch centerline; run thence South '
63 degree*-42'-30" West a dtst ;; ON THE HIGHWAY I :

1 of 50 feet continue thence South ,' :;;. .
i & deJrJ'H'It-OO"-30" East a distance '.J". _

degrew.5d'30" To' : .
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1 i boundary of said NEV4 of Section --.7l i'.
i 18!., Township 37 South. lunge 35 ,.:, ; ". .

,=. !I _East*; GO'30"continue East thence a distance South of 13 1240feet degree :!F ; That's right!' When you must walk on the highways in ,ruraj ,_ ;'

more or less to end of said ditch ,f

t f, including renterliue.the Right land of hereindescribedcontains way of ditch .! ,'. ., 'or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the roal "

i <<: 2-27 acres, more or less. : .facing traffic. -..
PARCEL NO. 2 Right of Way ,
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I i All of Lot 1. 2. and 3 of Block fr ,
.l' it In New Okeechobee Heiirhts. Section .: :a 11f.; There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per
A: a subdivision of tbe SWVtof ,

i Range Section 34 East U. Township as shown 36 on South put ., -_Co.. son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with tray

i of recorded Public In Records Plat Book vf 1 Okfechobet; Pace 24, ::1 : fie. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking

containing lUll
County, Florida
{ t: aOft's. more or iesa.i :. 'o the wrong way instead of facing oncoming For ..
You. and each of you are hereby .. : :. >;" i .. cars. every]
and In tbe .
ommanded to be appear '
i { for OfcefrbobrvCouuTy : :: daytime fatality there were.4 deaths the
; t rircuU Court in and during dusk and
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Florida at the office of Clerkof .
i said Court. in the City of Okevcbot dark hours.Six
,.' ; lace, Okeecbobe County. Florida, ouar ; more people lost their lives merely standing

; l' ." before the 2sth day of July. A. I). .. ,
Mr. Motorist- in the road.
s UM7 to chow what right tltk. b tere.t.r : \
lien you or any of you. have in and t

;r to any laud of and said to shore show described cause why parcelsof the '. -: .. Never assume you are safe when walking on the'highways

should not be taken for the uses
aDd same purpose set forth In said Petition. '- "- MAKE many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicableSAFEDRIVING
f.. ; to-wit: as right of way and drainageditches
J I for a portion of Section Vlot _: hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his vie
r j of State Road 5i (M) from State Road ,,

t' TO.i Okeecbobee formerly to-* Point State County Near Read or S.at.Florida Northwesterly Raeveugerin as f;..Y '--.,. A HABIT tims increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-


ii map located or, surveyed plat hereinabove and shown referred on said to.or ;S:: : ., 4 run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by

default may be entered against you. :i-- these car- cowards.
-, WITNESS my hand a* Clerk of theCircuit
-. Court in and for OkeeefcolwrCounty ;
and the Seal of said ,,{ So remember for
Florida your own sake
on highways walk
as to
,55 Court this the-tUb day of June. A. D. : ,

County I1H1. at, Florida.Okeeehobe' lu Okeechobws the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow. -

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(I MABEL.(Official;: RAULERSOX Seal SHEFFIELD ,- (, The above advertisement is sponsored and paid for by the business
;Clerk of the Circuit Court in !
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Q 1 .3 and for Okeechobee County, FU. O B S men of Okeechobee whose names appear below '
ERVE
k :r, T. \\. Conely Jr.., _, ALL
Attorney fur ivtttioner.STATE .
TRAFFIC RULES
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OF FLORIDA. Chalk's Taxi (Don't
COUNTY OF OKEECHOBEE Wise Grocery Store Walk-Ride)

} 1. Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. Clerk KEEP YOUR CAR Gilbert Ingraham's Seed Store "" =;
5: of the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Chevrolet Co., t
Circuit In and for Okeechobee IN GOOD REPAIRDON'T Carl T. Durrance : -
L Oounty. Florida.' do hereby certify Mixon. & Ellis, ; SUPERINTENDENT .
.that. the above and foregoing is true GARAGE A BttLUERg SCFPLIES OF SCHOOLS
correct copy of the Notice In Emiiwnre Southland Hotel
tnd Raulerson
; TAKE CHANCES Department -
Domain Proceeding Issued on Store, ,

tk* 26th of Oteechobe day of Juo.County A. I). 1947.a political in Ow Markham Brothers & Co. Mary Schulman,

>- case subdivision of the State of Florida vs. Prepared by the Associated Dallies j'i Okeechobee Dreese's Restaurant

Frank Molllne i and Edna M. MolH- qLe of Florida, the Florida Press AJSO- TRY OCR n-lath '
"' his wife ft *U Defendant Com- HARDWARE FFRXITCRE COMI \VF nOT D008"
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ease J;o. Mine *p- Conservation Okeechobee Motor Co. Hancock
saw Ford ,
pmeaarrslos Bureau, *
file la this as a public service. STANDARD ,
WITNESS Ill'" bud and official utI Sales & Service ':,\ oil PEODITTS _
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.:- .ii. Okeeebobe Okeechob County Bob's Cafe 1
Fresh
: _S-I.. Florida., tbU :26th: ,day ef June. A. I). K. E. Stello, Robert LaMartin, "kEmma's T. W. Conely, jr. Lake Catfish K,

; ii REAL ESTATE AX" IXS'C'R.LCE.The Coffee Shop, ,
Glades
;;: restt.Court Seal 'MOHISE THOMAS. Prop. Dry Cleaners Ph.
156
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"-Y-:;:: LK ..R.\tLERSON" ,. FAIR Store _
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.Okeechobee. r.D. CL "". ;- "' '" 'Bessie i -. A. & P. "- .
.Connie W'Raukrreu.:. : Burney-Kelz Furniture Coif \ Alderman Store, $ '- :
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