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Creation Date: July 11, 1947
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I I ; Volume 33-No. 8 Okechobee, Florida, Friday, July 11, 1947 I

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:JUDGE CONELY ATTENDED Number MARY SCHULMAN TAKING Commissioners Accept the
Harrison of Guests County
;: Judge DEDICATION OF THE ADAMS PART IN FISH TRIAL AT


; Says The New Fish (BRIDGE County ON Judge JULY T. W.FOURTH Conely was Were EntertainedBy TALLAHASSEE 4Mary Schulman-TODAY, County Prosecuting Tax Roll As Prepared By County


: Law Is No Good among ication those of the who Adams attended Bridge the which ded- The RotariansOn Tallahassee Attorney where, left she yesterday will assistin for Assessor LaMartin Here MondayThe I

i crosses the Suwanee River at presenting the case of the Lake

Luraville, near Mayo, on Friday, Okeechobee Commercial Fishermen
: ARCADIA-Circuit Judge Harrison July Fourth. Judge Conely states Tuesday, July 8, the Rotary in a case before Circuit Jade Board of County Commissioners ,, Relief Allow. Jane 850.00 !

: held unconstitutional an aci that meat all of the state officials Club held its regular weekly meet- Walker which takes place in that of Okeechobee County, Western Union,

; of the 1947 legislature which open. and other dignitaries were presentfor inc. Preceding lunch the first city this morning at ten o'clock. Florida, met In regular session on May Account .71 i

ed Lake Okeechobee and certain the dedication.The verse of "America" was aun*. She was one of the attorneys that Monday, July 7, 1947. at 9:30 a. m. Bishop Off. Equip. Co.

St. Johns River areas to commercial bridge was named in honorof Guests for the day were Introduc represented the fishermen in the Present were: Commissioners C. Supplies Co. Judge_ 3."7

fishing by wiping out penaltiesfor Circuit Judge Hal Adams of ed. George J. McCaughan of MI- hearing at Arcadia on Monday of E. Drawdy, chairman, O. J. Chapman Economy Roofing Co.,

violating the netting ban or Mayo. *,5: ami was Introduced by Wilburn this week.Farm. M. L. Mobley: R. M. Durrenceand Repairs to C. H. Roof_ 200.00

the State Game and Fresh Water I Lawson. Rev. Eiland IntroducedRev. W. F. Walker, Attorney T. W. James Typewriter Co..

'I' Fish Commission.The Standefer of the Methodist Conely, Jr., Sheriff N. O. Stewart Repairing Typewriter_ 36.00 -

judge's ruling was handed Disabled Vets churEh. Principal Joel Nalley was Safety WeekIs and Deputy Clerk Connie W. Raul- H. &: W. B. Drew Co,
also among the guests for the day.
down in a suit brought by the erson. Supplies Clerk's Office. %%8.68

game and fish commission to enJoIn Can Reinstate The members were led in sing- Effort To The minutes of the meeting held Fla, Power & Light Co.
Help
A. A. Beck and Joe Griffin,, Ing "Rotary, "Sailing and "PomeIn In June were read and approved.The Elec. C. H. &: Jail--._ 15.69
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by Tom Conely assisted by M. of the County Wel- City of Okeechobee
commercial fishermen, from using report ,
nets In the Lake Okeechobee and Gl Insurance 0. Kent at the piano. Reduce AccidentsNational fare Board was presented and or- Water-C. H. & Jail_ 21.95

the St. Johns. The meeting opened by Presi- dered filed In the office of Clerkof Okeechobee Hdw. &: Fur. Co.
dent McDougald giving a talk on
Sup. C. H. & 3.10
Judge Harrison denied the com Court. : Cemetery
mission's petition for an Injunc Disabled veterans of World WarII the work to be done this coming Farm Safety Week,, Upon motion by Commissioner Palm Beach Typewriter Co.

tion. lie said that since the 194; who have allowed their National year. He also suggested that one July 20-26, has been proclaimed by Mobley, duly seconded by CommIs- Add. Machine, Tax Cot. 265.00

act was "void and Ineffective" Service Life Insurance to lapse, meeting a month be left free of President Truman in an effort tc sioner Chapman to Insure tool Okeechobee Co. Bank,

there was no need of an Injunction are eligible for reinstatement to programs. During this meeting reduce the harrowing toll of crippling house for $2,000, Fire and Wind Assign. ______._ 118.20N.

as penalties prescribed by a the full $10,000 maximum exceptin each member would give his Ideas disabling and fatal accidentsto Storm, by K. E. Stello. All voted O. Stewart,

1943 law are still In effect. cases of total disability for insurance and suggestions on projects and farm people throughout the Attend. Co. Com. _._ 5.00
other club work to be dis- Yes.The
Under the judge's ruling, commIssion purposes. any country. following County Deeds Bethel Sloan,
agents would have the Stanley H. Wasser, Veterans Ad- cussed. Organizations interested In promoting were approved: Rep. C. H. WIndows7.00
fish ministration Miami regional Insur- The meeting was then thrown Brothers & Co. T. J.
power to arrest and prosecute all-year safety' through observance Markham Simmons

; ermen for using ,nets In the closed ance officer, today stated that open to discussion and various of the week, realize thata John H. WalkerJ. Labor Cemetery _._ 39.00

areas. There was no statement NSLI may be the only life Insur- members talked about projects good portion of this toll is un- W. EllerbeeA John WynnLaborCemetery -

; whether this action will be taken ance disabled veterans can ever that the Rotary could help with., necessary. They Include the U. motion was made by Commissioner 3.40

; Immediately. Attorneys for the own, thus he is urging them to inquire Tom Pitts gave as a suggestion a S. Department of Agriculture, National Mobley. seconded by Com- Okeechobee Hdw. &: Fur. Co.

< fishermen are expected to appeal at their nearest VA office be- ball park for the boys to play In. Safety Council, National missioner Chapman, to open bids Supps. C. H. &: Cemetery 3.40

t to the State Supreme Court. fore August 1. 1947, about the new- Dr. Leon Eiseman talked on the Fire Protection Association. Farm for the Court House. All voted Withholding Tax Fund

: A hot court fight has been waged est reinstatement requirements.Any community as a whole, along with Equipment Institute, American Yes. Bids were opened.A Taxes Withheld, June__ 13.40

) for months over the commis lapsed NSLI term insurance the help of the members of the Farm Bureau Federation, Farmers' motion waa made by Commis- Robert La Martin,

sion's power to shut net fishemen policy, regardless of the date of club helping with the hospital as I Union, National Grange, American sioner Mobley, seconded by Com- Comm. for 1943 Unpaid 664.22R.

out of Lake Okeechobee. The com- lapse, and regardless of the extentof a project. Rev. Eiland ,talked of Red Cross and many others.To missioner Walker, to accept bid by A. Gray,

mission ban was upheld but friends the insured's disability, (pro- the good fellowship that had been point up the seriousness ol the Fort Pierce Blind Company.All Certified copy of Bill_ 2.00

of the fishermen sought to knock vided the veteran Is not totally disabled among the members during the the situation, they call attention to voted yes. Okeechobee Builders Sup. .

the teeth out of the regulation by for insurance purposes) may past year and what should be done some rather startling figures. For Mrs. Carrie E. McNeill, Mr. K. Supplies for Hangar._ 491.25T.

pushing through the legislature the, be reinstated in whole or in part at future meetings. Other members instance, if you take an hour for L. Worth Mrs. Janie Platt, applied W. Conely. Jr.

act repealing all penalties for via on or before August 1 by applica- talked and agreed with what lunch each day, two farm residentsin to the Board for duplicate copies Atty. Fee Cond. Suit_ 250.00

latlon. In effect, it left the commission tion, payment of only two months' lad been said. the United States will be killed of State and County Tax Certificates FINE &: FORFEITURE FUNDT.

with the power to make premiums, and submitting a signed The meeting was adjourned with and 205 injured during that time., which had been previously W. Conely, Jr.

: "a regulation which It could not statement certifying that he is now the singing of. "God' Bless Amer- Death comes to a member of a farm. bought and have been loft or de Docket Fees, June_ 80.00 ;

enforce. is as ,good health as on the date ica." household on an average of every, stroyed. Mary Schulman i{

f his policy lapsed, Wasser explain 28 minutes, injury on an averageof Upon motion, duly seconded and 3 Conv. Fees, June480.00

Horace Watford Jr. ed. POULTRY INSTITUTE IS every IS seconds, day in and day carried, the Clerk was instructedto Park Drug Co"Prescription
"Total diability for compensation SCHEDULED FOR CAMP issue duplicate certificates described for Prisoner 3.50

Miss Miriam Harvey' ,. purposes does not necessarilymean McQUARRIE SEPT. 1-6 out.The old slogan that "accidents' In said applications. Raulerson Dept. Store .

; ,.....Married ,In-G eo-- gl i. .:"". the veteran is totally disabled -, \or" don't happen, they are caused" is S: H. McDougald made a reporton Shoes fbr Prisoner..A' 3.50 ,

for insurance purposes," The sixth annual Florida Poul- still true. And it means that accidents the construction of County Hospital Dalton Brett, : :.

Horace (Dude) Wattord, Jr. and Wasser said. He added that the try Institute will be held at near- can be reduced by taking and requested an additionalsum WItnes Fees %.%0 i t---;

Miss Miriam Harvey of Okeecho degree of disability will be determined by Camp McQuarrie; In Ocala Na- proper precautions. *"Don't take of 5000. There being nc Fred BaBromel, :' -

bee were married in Folkston, Ga. by the VA from the veteran'scase tional Forest September 1-6, ac- chances, take extra precautions"might funds available, the Board Indi- Wltneaj Fees _.,...,*__ 2.20

June 30. On theLr way back from file. cording to a report from NormanR. well be a companion slogan. cated their willingness to include Ray Bass, '

Georgia they stopped in Leesburg All World War II veterans, regardless Mehrhof, poultry specialist with Farm safety Is particularly a such amount in the next budget. Witness Fees -MJ4, 2.20

'k to spend a few days before Returning of whether or not they the State Agricultural Extension family affair. Unlike the urban Robert La Martin, Tax Assessor,, Oliver Stewart. .

home Friday to Okeech6bee have a disability, may apply forreinstatement Service. dweller, the farm family is closely met with the Board and the Board Witness Fees _.-.. __ 2.20
where they will make their home. of their NSLI policy The Institute will begin with associated with the actual oper- consented to act as a Board of Mabel R. Sheffield,

before August 1, after which time registration Monday afternoon ations of farming. All membersof Equalization, whereupon the 1947 Clerk Cost Bills 158.20N.

GARDEN CLUBS SET UP reinstatements will ,require satis- September 1, and end Saturday' the family need to know the Tax Roll was presented and after O. Stewart,

FELLOWSHIP HONORING factory evidence of good health in morning, September 6. It Is sponsored danger spots on their farm. And having reviewed same, thereupon Sheriffs Cost Bills- 648.95

DEAN H. HAROLD HUME the form of a complete physical by the Extension Service In these spots need to be made as safeas by motion of Commissioner Dur- ROAD &: BRIDGE FUND .

I examination. cooperation with the State Depart- humanly possible. rance, seconded by Commissioner 1. A. Smith, .

t The Florida Federation of Garden ment of Agriculture, State Live- And so, during National Farm Chapman, the assessments as set Labor DIst No. 2 42.00

Clubs has established a gradu- CHURCHES OF; CHRIST, stock Sanitary Board, poultry or- Safety Week in 1947 all members out by the Tax Assessor were ap Martin Fisher,

ate fellowship at the University of SCIENTIST ganizations, and other agencies of the farm family might! well take proved. The proof of publicationwas Labor Dist No. 2 16.50

Florida and named it in honor of -SACRAMENT' Is the subject and groups. time out to discuss how they can presented by the Okeechobee Okeechobee Hdw, Fur. Co.

Dr. H. Harold Hume, provost for of the Lesson-Sermon which will The program for the institutfrwill live and work safely. A numberof News. Supplies Dist. 3 _._ 19.00

+ agriculture and dean of the College be read in Churches of Christ, include talks and discussionson Florida 4-H club girls and boys Upon motion by Commissioner Boree Lumber Co..

of Agriculture, according to Scientists, throughout the worldon productlbrv Marketing aDd are already enrolled in a safety Chapman, duly seconded by Commissioner Lumber, DIst No. 3'_ 15.00

an announcement by President Sunday, July 13. 0 management of poultry. Research project conducted by their county Mobley, it was moved Bennies Supply Co. -

John J. Tigert. The Golden Text is: "Let us workers, specialists, and producers and home demonstration agents that the tax roll be returned to Labor on Grader 6.00 :{

The'H. Harold Hume fellowshipof keep the feast not with old leaven, will speak at the various sessionsIn and have record books that will the Tax Assessor for completion.The Atlantic Service Sta., J

the Florida Federation of Garden neither with the leaven of malice which they are especially Inter- help them to check danger points. following vouchers were approved Cleaning Gas Ta.nk1.00

j Clubs, as it is to be known, and wickedness; but with the un- ested. Others might well consider the and ordered paid: Standard Oil Senr. Sta.. '

will be for 51.000 a year. The leavened bread of sincerity and Organizations which will hold same points In checking on their GENERAL FUND Fuel DIst No. 1_ 5,74 ..

first graduate student to be award. truth" (I Corinthians 5:8). meetings at the camp during the homes and farm premises and farm T. J. Simmons, '
Builders Sup.,
ed the fellowship is expected to Among the citations which com week are the Florida Poultry Council operations. Okeechooee Hangar _1246.71 Labor, Dlst No. 5 &: 482.50 E '
for
be named before September 1. prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following Florida Poultry Producers Association Material C. W. Hllllard, i <
Graduate "Let us Florida Breeder and C. E. Drawdy, Labor Dfat No. 3_ 16.50
He will be enrolled in the from the Bible: ;
; School and wild cogduotstudies search and try our ways, and turn Hatchery Association, and the Schools Reimbursed Co. Comm. Sal. .June75.00 John Wynn 1' :
lift Florida Record of Performance O. J. Chapman, Labor Dist No. 3_ 5.50 '
of problems of particular again to the Lord. Let us up TALLAHASSEE Okeecho- Co. Comm. Sal. June_ 75.00 -
Interest to Florida gardeners, un- our heart with our hands unto God Federation.As Instruc- Henry Shaw, '
head of Lamentations accommodations are limitedat bee county board of public W. F. Walker, Labor, Dlst No. 1 77.00 "t
der the direction of the In the heavens" ( this weekas Juue75.00 -
$151.56
planning to tion will receive Co. Comm. Sal.
the department of horticulure andY 3:40, 41). the camp producers reimbursement for food expendi- Arthur Raulerson, 1 ,1
the dean of the College of Agri The Lesson-Sermon also Includes attend should make reservationsas lunchrooms of M. L. Mobley, June75.00 Labor, Dlst. No. 1_ 88.00 1 .: !
school
in the Sal.
expectto tures Co. Comm.
culture. The department will provide the following passage from soon as possible if they Henry Sloan -
School SuptColin
textbook, one or more nights at the county, State R. M. Durrance ..:.
laboratory and other facilities. the Christian Science spend June75.00 Fuel, Dist. No..2 18.75" i
said yesterday.The
be English Sal.
Comm. '
Provision for the fellowship was "Science' and Health with Key to the institute. Reservations may Co. J. W. Ellerbee
100
made at the annual convention ot the Scriptures" by Mary Baker made by writing to Norman speci-R. cent payment check of represents claims filed. 'par- Mabel R.Clerk Sheffield June,_ 169.99T. Labor, Dist No. 2_ 5.50 { .

the federation In Orlando on April Eddy: "One's aim, a point beyond Mehrhof, Extension poultry is to be Sal. C. E. Drawdy .
A total of $101,544.66 Jr.,
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Florida, Conely
of W. ,
17. The plan has been acceptedby faith, should be to find the foot- alist, University : distributed in payment for claims SaL Co. Judge June '-: 125.00T Carborator for Tractor. 16.65 i
the University of Florida and steps of Truth, the way to health .Gainesville, Florida.SEVENTHDAY assistance This bringsto Oklaa Chapman, Jr.. J '
for food W. Conely, Jr.,
to
Board of Control. holiness. We should'strive Labor with Truck DIst '
the State and
$124,000 the amount 75.00T.
than Co. Atty, June I '
reach the Horeb height where God ADVENTIST more SaL Co. 3&4.. ._. __.._.0 L '..60 f
distributed this month, English W. Conely Jr..
cashier ot the Okee- is revealed; and the cornerstoneof CHURCH Lester Stewart ,
R. G. Dynes, June.. 15.00J.
said. Judge
chobee County Bank, returned to all spiritual building Is purity. Elder Fenton Froom, pastor. SaL Jnv. Labor DIst. No. S 6.60 fl'
Sabbath
washing- the Hallie Thomas. Supt L. Chandler
Orlando of Spirit I Withholding Tax Fund,
The baptism
Okeechobee Sundayfrom Ota 100.00
in ,
June
Army
r. With The Eighth SaL Janitor
; of flesh, school.
Withheld 11.60
account of the body of all the impurities Taxes Jane.
r he went on
; where 'erricesSabbath D. Stewart is now Schulman, f
Japan-Gerald
In heart Sabbath & Mary "
wife who has been signifies that the'pure ; Lawrence B. Walton A t
of his ... 70.00
illness First Cavalry June
. !\ at that place. She see God and are approaching spiritual school. 9:30 a. m. serving with the famous SaL Proa. Atty. Loretta J. Walton !
o 4 in the hospital demonstration" Service, 11:00 a. m. Division in the present occupation W. B. Hargraves
Preaching
recovered that she hast Life and Its Rt of Way St. Rd. j
; >- : has so far Peoples Service, 5:00p. of the Japanese capital. SaL Sup. Reg- June-40.o0
Young No. 69 4x6 ,_ 100.00
from the (241:23).
I ; ; t: returned to her home m. Oveneas since November, 1945, Mrs. N. O. Stewart, AGRICULTURAL- FUND '1 '

0.. -J-.' hospital. Ralph Bond of Bartow was a visitor Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening j he Is assigned to the List Field Artillery SaL Jailor June_ 57.00 C. R. Boyles 1 -=

j. Bona and Mr. spending the past week end in 7:30 p. m. Batallion, First Cavalry Division Bessie Alderman, Co. Agent. Sal. &: Exp...... 150.00 f-'
and Mrs. Earl 125.00 I :
Mr.
,-.i, Tax Coll. Comm. I ,
Bond who spent
Fellsraere. Okeechobee. Mrs. c. R. BoylesExp.
i:" t and Mrs. Roberta of H. H. Raulerson His parents, sheriff and Mrs. N. Robert La Martin ,
j. Mrs.
and Mrs.D. and
last week. the last week visiting Mr Mr. 4-H Club Trip _- 29.00 I'
41: were visitors spending \ Mr. and Mrs. J. spent Wednesday In Tampa attend- 0. Stewart. reside in Okeechobee, Tar _Assess. Comm. 125.00 ,
with Mr. Boodleparents t J. Hunt and ,.
i t end in Okeechobee there. Fla. Co. Welfare Board (Continued bn Page G)
returned with him. ing to business t
I i';, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bond. F. Bond

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LAST LOVER Stone Saves Lives Pansies Crocheted' in FiletRomantic /


1 c German Scientists Claim to Lace-Skirted Design -
BY 7rdut'ff 'f''ti4.,
Have Made New
Drug. ....
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'Ii Julia McFarUae. whose hasband. Blcb- for lightness. "One Gf her dangling er before we can finish repairs. Depends EDGEWOOD ARSENAL. MD.- :..J!

--:1: ard disappeared IB World War I. leaving adorers-she used to collect them on how fast they get the German scientists made synthetic .. ..,<
; f bar to raise two cl 14rea. Rte and the way a honeysuckle gathers stuff to us. So I divided the gang uq .. .
-. ;: ,Jill is startled when 25 years later bees. Just remember that Jill if as watches for the plane and the blood plasma from stone' during "
':. during the second war. he returns and World War n and used it to save "
she gets tough on you. You tell her rest of us struck out for town and 1
,: tells her he is using the name of Captain thousands of lives army chemical ,
'i Mackey. Rio marries Sandra Calvert.a that one of her last lovers came- just as I was asking that sleepy cop corps officers revealed. "1>i

divorcee whom Richard knew to be of in fact I believe I was the last""Before down there on the main corner The Germans produced a drug 1
; at the farm where a place called Buzzard's HiD
bad reputation. She arrives my father of course. m called from
periston acetylene,
to live and reeocnize a picture of Bleh- tell her. Captain Mackey. Til tell was* there were your mother and Yt '.;!
and JiQ which in turn was produced by them ti 1\s MI: 1r
: ard as that of alaeke) She Mr. Patterson
to call. pulling out of a park-
her that her last lover came from limestone
and coke. used
quarrel and she demands 110,000. That They
; And I do thank you for concerning trig spot and the cop took me over
night Captain Mackey arrives, telling the drug as a substitute for blood
i Is. yourself with our family problems.I to the car. Talk about my lucky
: Jin. who does not know who he plasma in the treatment of shock
,; that he Is taking Sandra to Rle. Be know that my mother would like star! Here I am!" and wounds, and in transfusions.

tells Jill about the daughter be lost to thank you too." "And' we have twelve hours anyway German scientists told American
!t and she tens him about her father. "
him. "Just give me a kind thought now Jill said happily "Come 'chemical officers that it was used
with
Sandra refuses to leave and then will you. Jill? I'll ,needit down when you're ready. Spang. 300.000 times on about 40.000: pa- { .

where rm going.: He heard Mother's getting something for you tients. t.t

CHAPTER XX Sandra's feet on the stairs and bent to eat"They The drug is a yellow solid whichis

down quickly and kissed Jill on the sat around the kitchen table dissolved in a solution and inserted e 4 i ir

;, "AU right" she snapped. harshly. cheek. "That's for my own daughter while Spang devoured scram into the veins of the patient

'0 f \ "what's the payoff? There is one. ." he said, huskily. bled eggs and warmed-over biscuit"If Blood plasma was produced in

i I suppose? You didn't come here JO stretched herself quickly on the C.O. could see me now;. this country during the war from

t .j out of the goodness of your beast tiptoe and drew his head down and he said "he'd swear I smashed that whole blood, gathered from millions

"':, Rod Mackey!" kissed him on the mouth. oil line on purpose He'd give me along of American donors. aM .

J'1 lIe looked at Jill and smiled one- "And that" she whispered "is lecture and remind me of those One scientist said the German

;, sidedly. for my father! Good-by Captain fellows on the other side who bring discovery was all the more amaz- f.
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i "She doesn't trust me!" he Mackey". the big babies in on two engines and ing because there is no similarity


drawled. "She thinks there's a of Between the structure of a moleculeof -
1 Sandra came, dragging her bag one those on fire and all that
catch in it""Maybe stuff." periston and one of human blood.
down looking small and somehow
she has had some disillusioning The chemical officers said samplesof
.. .. . "You didn't have the English
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4 experiences" Jill said. "It v- """""""" "'''''''''''''' ''' '!'! Channel under you." Dave said. periston had been brought to the a1

: could be that she hasn't always United States with the formula and
"Oh, I'd put up the routine argument -
had been turned to American
known the right sort of people. over yY
I was trying to save an ex- manufacturers for possible use in 5460 5495 'Jra.
"Never mind the kind of people pensive plane and an expensively this
I Fire known!" Sandra cried, hoarse country.
trained
for
crew the air
heel has corps. They More than a dozen other startling Treasure LaceLACESKIRTED
ly. "At least no tricky concede that you're right usually, medical discoveries by German scientists ., f.
ever fooled me yet Just tell me Pt'l but they have to get you on the defensive have been made available to J and'embrot;:

the gag that's alL I hate blunder- first Just to see if you'vegot American the in a roJ
pharmacists through
ing into things. I suppose the Gestapo the spirit to defend your decisions department of One of mantic fashion. These designs

4 has been abroad and rights probably. Is there one more them is a chemical commerce.called aludrino make,unusual pillowcase or dresser ?

now is the dramatic moment to produce drop of coffee in that pot Mrs. Mc- sulfate which the. Germans report scarf decorations. Crocheted
the fatal papers? If you'donly Farlane?" lace measures 4 inches deep la1
they used with great success in the
:: given me one more day Rod the '"skirt" section the
"I'll squeeze the handle hard," treatment of asthma and allergies. edging
Mackey! One more day and a very carries out to the end of the
Julia pit
might smiled at him. Then she Another Is the use of cotton fiber Filet Chair SetDEAR
elaborate military reputation lowcase. Makes
most
a hafid
looked unhappily at JilL *
"We're impregnated with activated char-
i have gone crashing down in some little faces are and
pansy some sure -be-treasured
.r frightfully
rude. she said. "JilL coal as an absorbent dressing for
very dirty ruins! But you knew I should in filet to make this gift!
we have
asked Sandra to wounds.
draining
c wouldn't have had time to prove come down.. open lovely and unusual chair set. So 0

anything, didn't you? You worked I easy to do, and the set will lookso To obtain transfer design complete
"Sandra? Spang repeated sharp crocheting instructions for lace
fast! beautiful best upholstered oc Ca
ly. "Sandra Calvert? She's here?" Odd Series of Mishaps on your Romantic Lady Designs (Pattern N*.
: "What on earth is she talking chair. 5435) send 20 cents in coin your Bam*,'
about. Jill demanded of the captain "She was married to Richard." Blamed on Lightning e Address and pattern number. ;;

her bewildered.' Julia said. "She came today or .I A.-A To obtain complete crocheting Instructions Due to an unusually large demand and
eyes its LANCASTER strange filet charts, amounts of materials current conditions, slightly more time to
4 "She's displeased with me Jill." r r guess yesterday now. Ric was sequence of mishaps started specified for the Pansy Filet Chair Set required in filling orders for a few of the
he said. blandly. "I happen to knowa shipped off somewhere and he. sent after lightning set fire to the (Pattern No. 5460 send 20 cents in com. most popular patterns. -
few facts about a divorce our her home to us." barn on Stoner' Seitzs nearby your name,'address and pattern number. Send your order to: .

Sandra once got in a little smelly Spang was looking at Jill with a farm. ,

town called Piedras Negras. in troubled face but Jill had jumpedup The telephone wouldn't work M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1 _('- 1 SEWING CIRCLE !NEEDLEWORK
530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, W.
Mexico. Back in 1927. I think and stood frozen with consternation. preventing a call to firemen.. I ASK MS ? Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.No .
wasn't it. Sandra? Or was it '29? Seitzs daughter Esther be- ? ?

She bought the divorce cheap the '"Dooley" she cried. "I was so gan ringing a large dinner bell \ ANOTHER ; Nam-

way you buy things in Mexico, excited over seeing Spang that I to summon help, but the rope I ? Addr- I.
cheap stuff you wouldn't look at in forgot to tell you! Sandra's gone!" broke. A General Quiz ? ,

this country, and she didn't look too "Gone?" Julia repeated incredu- The girl climbed to the roof to M1P.hM1AhM1M1M1t M1/rM1M1M1M1M1M1M1 i

carefully at the divorce. And of .. lously. operate the bell's clapper by -
-- "JUL you weren'tyoudidn't 1. How great a distance can a
course after she married Lieutenant hand but slipped and feU 30 feet
"And kangaroo hop? .
that. she whispered "is
: Colonel Calvert and then collected to the ground injuring her right .
for my father." "I didn't do anything" Jill insist 2. When was the Mammoth I
considerable from him. and
\ !< alimony ed. 'She got rather nasty after leg.A cave in Kentucky discovered? .
t that she's married into the Mc- summoned
now fireman
frightened. She said. '"Well good- you left and we exchanged a few by 3. Who is credited with having ,
Farlane family she'd like to forget neighbors fell from the fire A
j by. JilL I this makes acid invented the
suppose youvery remarks but nothing was se compass?
t the divorce and never hear anything truck as it speeded to the
happy Indeed." rious. Then suddenly this officer 4. How many patents have been $ Chafing ;
about it his
again. injuring right leg.
scene
"i J "You mean-the divorce wasn't '"No." Jill shook her head. "No. came for her. He is a captain at granted by the U. S. patent office? 1l.. 1.8S.g Dry Eczema* '.1,

( any good?" Jill asked. "But if Itwasn't It doesn't. It makes me a little Ridler Field Dooley. and it seems 5. How did Peter the Great {Sunburn "I jI

-" sick. Sandra if you want the truth.don't he knew Sandra in Hawaii and other 'Wonderful' Girl of change the attire of the Russians? 'O :t Ivy Poison,4

,1 I like you very much but I. places. I met him when I went Says 6. Can any fish live out of water Villi'' Simple

t "He doesn't know a thing about hate having it end this way. Good down there. He said he used to New Legs-With Shoes for a considerable time? Rasbd

.. lU.! snapped Sandra. "He's bluff know you Dooley. His 7. What the wind
tuck anyway. And good-by again. name was was strongest
t ing. Trying to force me to do what Captain Mackey." Captain Roger Mackey.. her MEMPHIS.-For the first time in recorded in the United States? I ESINal OlffTKEMTJf ,
he wants me to do." 14 years Baby Jean Martin can ,
I : "I may write to you soon-I may Julia gripped the edge of the table wear stockings and dresses like 8. The real name of the acting 1

"Unfortunately for you. my dear have something to tell you." Sandra She would not let her legs other girls and she says it's '"won Barrymore family was what?

girl Fm not bluffing. I have to said grimly. crumple under her. she would notlet ; derful." The Answers ? s
s quote you. the fatal papers. Now if herself out ?//ufSu/feA
Captain Mackey picked her cry The brown-haired girl of Dell. 1. When
up pursued kangarooshave
i you don't mind. I'd like to get startt

t ed. Fm still in the army rm still bag and took her arm brusquelyand Spang said. "Old Cyanide! So he Ark., also has the first legs she ever been known to hop almost \ U Hill ICIES ill rttlS II :'
came here did he?" had-artificial ones-and can now RHEUMATISM
under command. And it's hurried her out At the door forty feet. a.
1 r late." getting he turned and looked back at Jill a "You know him do you?" Dave walk. But this is only part of her 2. In 1809. t + NEURITIS-LUMBAGO

t long look. Then he flicked a little asked, moving around the table to new found happiness. 3. Flavio Gioja, an Italian about
"AU right FU go she said "but
"rm wearing shoes and stockings -
I salute the same gesture thatSpang draw the younger eyes away from 1300.
not with You take me's "
you. can made-and went out. Julia while she got hold of herself. she exclaimed happily as she 4. Two and one-half million
i far as a bus station.' Well you. can tried out her new pair of store MAGIC
Jill sat and shaken when the '"Yes sir. he 5. He ordered them to
1 relax now, Jill rm taking my obnoxious limp was a personnel officer limbs with some assistance from wear
person out of your house. car had roared off down the drive. at the field. Not very popularwith crutches. pants instead of the flowing ori- 1Large

aw You won't be degraded She wondered what would happento the men when I was there." ental robes which had been the
any more. She. now can wear dresses like
'i= ; You-you poor blind little fool!" Sandra now. But women like "He said at first he was going to the others too and she's already style. Bottlez: s r..t'&M-S+aaa Siz*fiGI

,.rrr ; She whirled away and went Sandra always got along. They take Sandra to 1Uc:.'* Jill explained.pad picked out the gown for her piano 6. Yes a lung fish can live out *emiu.HE m &i tiucm.. ,

pounding up the stairs. Jill sat knew their way about. ,She stop "and then when she refused to go recital at Blytheville's Calvary of water for 3 or 4 years. STALL tin nit mm M IT ua M past*i"**

down abruptly bothering about Sandra then for u he sprang some Mexican divorc Baptist church-"a blue one and 7. Two hundred and thirty-one .tint im ei. IlL Jicimiiut t.n.HERE'S .

Dave's car had turned in at the she'd had on her-it seems Ric washer very fuH." miles an hour recorded April 12,

"I-wish" you'd stay until Mother gate and she 'heard voicestwomen's third husband Dooley-and this Baby Jean daughter of Mr. and 1934 on top of Mt. Washington
gets here, she said faintly.. "Shellbe voices-it couldn't be- Captain Mackey said he New Hampshire.
at was quite Mrs. W A. Martin was born with A ROACH RILEE&1
disappointed not ,
seeing
you. She flew to the door and sure the Mexican divorce wasa't t 8. Blythe.
across both legs off above the knees. She
And-is it true about Sandra's divorce TIlT treats ICe E DmSaft
the porch. They were getting on legal and that she wasn't many attended school in a wheelchair.A .
? PaI!
That it II Usa
:. wasn't legal JIf
something?" or of the car, and Dave grinned at her to Ric at all. She was pretty badly Blytheville insurance man E. Airman With Canvas Wings KILLS ON THE .

and said "Here's a dirty looking frightened I could see. She triedto H. Ford, noting her courage and IAcIU
"Her name happens not to be tramp we found downtown JilL H* keep Captain Mackey quiet with cheerful spirit started a fund to Swoops, Banks and LoopsThe sRI1

Sandra" the Captain said. "Her was asking the police how to get some vague threats or other but he buy her some artificial legs. The L RSn a4 ..

)h i name was Hattie Schoeffle when she out to Buzzard's Hill so we just made her go. rm.o sorry you fund was quickly oversubscribed. only airman to perform 0. .... M Taws .....M Weh.S.LTROUT .

t was married to a boy named Bor- brought him along. Ever see him before weren't here. Dooley. He said he She has to walk with crutches the spectacular stunt of gliding 4MS Ntn.n..s DsST1nWTHta e0.:
dine, in Kearney. Nebraska. old beau through the air by ad. T.gs,1 W t
: Then ? was an of yours. cow but doctors say she probably means of canvas

t 6 she tired of him and got into burlesque She said anxiously "Aren't you can walk with a cane in two months "wings" attached to his arms

and after that into vaude- Reunion With pleased Dooley? I thought you'c and maybe get. along without any was Clem Sohn of Lansing Mich.. KIDNEY 1
vile. and a few years ago she be relieved to find she wasn't here help later. says Collier's. At an altitude of SUFFERERS

K showed up in San Antonio and attracted SpangGordon any more." 12,000 feet he would jump from 74 :

a young Major Calvert who Jill gave a choking little cry and "Yes. rm pleased" she said, Kitten Starts Across Street a plane and swoop bank and loop % BENEFITED
wanted to marry her. So she to within 2,000 feet -"dlnlcaltest"nceplze4.
got flung herself at the tall figure in the faintly, "but Fm' Sandra of the ground, 1
this quick ,divorce in Mexico and sorry wen And then finishing his fall with N.Y. research orcaaizati
greasy flying Jacket. away when I was not here at leas Things Happen one or two
didn't bother to discover that the parachutes. An patient. w.re n5s flap tmsuspsMpad. .j
"Spang "
to say good-by. EAU CLAIRE. WIS. A kitten .t.tt g ap aight were tablt. =
k, official who signed it hadn't taken He caught her and held her tight "Odd that Mackey concerned tried to cross a busy street then After making some 200 of these bssed oa aews w.d oal in.v a C table" ',
his oath of office yet or remember : descents in two both stimaiatad kida.y*(as do e n mtiaiaib' '
He kissed her the mouth. he '
gravely on years
that she'd been himself about R1c:. Spang said John B. Allen. 25 swerved his cars to his plunged med.pill)sed y.oelh4 britaso eM d ;j
married as Hattie "Pure dumb luck!" he said. "May be of course that he to avoid hitting it. and crashed into death on April 25, 1937, t4 ha.sosCell Foley w &J.o8OOtM).ner..&&A

1 Laverne-mere Schoeffle. and divorced legal as Sandra .'Just a routine flight-my navigator somehow involved with the Calvertwoman. a pole bearing an electric trans- to through the failure of both chutes ..tess..; w W.P"t 74 ere P buaiIIc,m.thu4sw aee+r 1

details but had to hours in ." open, before 100,000 spectators +yuauaTop..yeua.ifga eker: .glar4: =
more former.
get some High tension wires broke .
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quite important. at an air circus t from....saw'-get '
: k "', the air. and right over this town the fell on the car and set it afire. Allen in Vincennes. (tbs n.w kadop bidder) Fills? t=
Tin glad Jill said "It's a doggone oil line busted Glad to Dooley Receives got out safely. The car was a total France. BoiSi- JSinftiiwKESSc&islasist+
I nasty thing to say, but rm glad.** see me. Jill?" loss.

r::1. "Win you give your mother a "Oh Spang! She shivered ba oA Message"Oh The fire department arrived put -

= j message from me. Jill?" pily. "You did come back!" no!" Jill protested quickly out the fire and started to leave. Asag. ratMBraWM MB B OMHBMMMMOTHI

'Of courts But they should be "How about turning the man looseso "He isn't that sort of person Sp second pole collapsed; missing the

1 S here any minute.** he can wash his face?" Dave Not that sort at aU. And Sandra truck by five feet Let's

i ;. "A sxOdier's time is not his own teased. "You've got grease on your hated him. She told me so Sh. The power circuit covering a go to townat

you know. But you can ten your chin and your nose. too. JIU.X ." didn't really want to go with him. large section of the city was out for

mother not to worry about Rich- *- know Spang must be tired and I got the feeling that she was somehow 12 minutes.

ard. X think hell come through'this hI.mIr7..Julia said. "TO'see what 'scared. I think he knew mornGet eTh.. kitten was unhurt -

: :_ business all right. I think he has can be found in the-kitchen. about her than be told me. Ha left -------- home

good stuff in him in fact rm sure some clean towels JUL" a message for you Dooley. He said Caged Bear Bites Youth

= of it He's his mother's son." Jill led Spang upstairs to the to ten you that you weren't to worry TELLING what

bathroom. about- lUc:. that Ric was going to At Philadelphia Circus No .But..do tomorto.s weather mAy be n loots the beat Ian-

Ai\ Old Beau "Sorry rm such a mess." he said be an right He talked about his PHf.ADI LPHIA. Fourteen Fri.w.eper.a want chintz for the wbadows.V e do need a car'

Call pulling off the on-soaked flight daughter that he lost and X told him year-old Terrene Horgan was bit And..doza't want newpertolaor to slosh bd a new.ad-fabl.iA the J1 '

.Came: to jacket "but I worked an hour on about my father and then he salt tea on the hand when he got too How 10 thwart the aroundrainy etrb to hum them.Problem:

; .;,. Tn ten her. But what shall X that line before I gave up and decided X was to ten yon that your las dose to a bear cage on the lot of fireplace and tMd weather the au. Simple enoucJb1; tel's ail down by the

: .te1'Mother'boat you?" we had to wire for some spare lover came Dooley. He said h. KmgUnf Bros. & Barnum & Ball well tak. the ad'Uttaaeas; Here We comfortable: and SA'Itl.

'., : _,;._ __ He'smiled slowly,- and that same parts lucky they had that little was quite sure he was the last- eys circus police reported. htaad-somas.?newspaper PAge by IaQa1 spare ptie qu.1i5 .

': ':;:- t ;look of far places of things long re- anfltpg field out there wasn't it:** before my father of course. Doo Doctors at Temple university hospital what vie omormK ud .rasa or ahiU.1n'U head b the store that has

*,.r .. membe'e4of bawl d&Iou cam e "AwfuHy lucky you didn't havesome ley. sat look funny.. Don't you feel said the middle finger of Hor want ham. agafa tA a 1iff1.:
f1" .< ...,;lie reached for too well? fan'a right hand Was e"BuJ ig at fiom."
'' ....Jat e.W. spare parts along wasntit chewed to -tZuonvh the ad"rlialnq
co1umuee vdd.
-. :3-5'-, i-; ,:.-. hand ..d..... !R". Spang Or you'd have had to "Too many things have happen badly that a delnate.kA graft was al.chat, mot. time to d.cidy'and aatl..f..ctioa JOG.
when loads.
: .te11.ber7"t&D old beau fix whatever it was and go on." to Dooley all at once" Dave said.CTO accessary. yon
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COME I HAVE LETS 6O UPSTAIRS WHERE WELL---THANKS FOR
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SOME POEMS I'M IN THE COLD AND |ICY BREEZE. STUFF POETRY? IS AWFUL! NOBODY/ ALL RIGHT! SOMEDAY BE A ping trip, include an upon extra pair of .Every five minutes, in a cer- -.

GONNA SELLTO I PUT HER. IN THE WILL BE ABLE A POETHAS I WILL stockings in your handbag. One tain spot on its surface, a bubble
(THE NEWSPAPER- SEAT IT TO REAOTHIS IMAGINATION. HE GREAT POET- can never tell when a run may forms, increases to the size of a
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WHATYTH'tOEA 4 A DOLLAR I MADE THIS \ tin can. Use a damp cloth or .
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Friday, July 11
Fi: ; SHE OkEICHOBEE NEWS '

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the THE MACON MAKIN' KNOTS f SELL LAND
didn't do rolling
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E- Section 13:
; the biggest thrill we got on the Law. FloridAria of 1MI
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t. Published every Friday by the Fourth. ; and Section 67 Chapter 14717. Lawi
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Okeechobee News Co., at of Florida. Acts of 1931. ts amended
: j OkeecbObee'1 Providence must have looked by Section 11. Chapter 0658: Laws T>1 :
Okeechobee County, Florida. Acts of 1941. and also onrsuaut -
r I after me for I came through un- to Section 42. Chapter 20722.: .

i BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. ... Editor hatpied but for a few trifling pow- Laws of Florida Act of 1941. ai
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der burns. Since we have adoptedour Laws ot Florida. Acts of IMS. and
"safe and sane" Fourth the Section 44. Chapter 20722. Law ol: *. isc e
SUBSCRIPTION RATES w 3'r Florida. Acts of 1941. a* amended blsection
1 much of a kick for 22078. lw of
hasn't had 21 Chapter
advance .*;3 00 day
? One Year in Florida. Act of 1943. the folio win j
:f- '_ : I' -,,' ,:. Six Months in advance .. 1.50 me and I'm glad that when I wasa described land in Okeechobee. County,,
:< Three Months in advance .. 1.00 kid I was permitted to sure Florida, to-wit:
_i Lot 2. 3.I i 6, Blk. 6, City of Ok_
-'\ enough celebrate.But ehobee
"l ., Lot 10. Blk. 11. Wright's; First Ad. .
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\ 1, 1914, at the Post Office in OVeechobee past week-end. I spent It on Lot 4 & Lots 7.9. 11 & 12. Blk. 03,
of Okeeebobee
under Act of March City
.,: Florida, a three-day fishing, trip and, in t..oU'l & 2. Blk. 24 South Okeeebobee
8. 1878.i Lot S. Blk. 173. City ot OkeechoboeKeg.
spite of the fact that I'm old XW cor. of SWU ot SWU -'
better X Run S 417.4 ft. E2os.7re.N417.4ftE 1I
enough to know managedto
i W 208.7 ft. of Sac. 21. Twp 37. Rn 83Br. ,
!i TooLatetoClissify rather a grand and glorious 417.4 ft. S of XW cor. of SWU
i of sunburn that for downright of 3WU Ru S :11 ft. E 210 ft. N
1 = mess 37S ft. VT 210 ft. of BC. 21. Two. 87,
\ By RUSSELL KAY discomfort can hold Its own R,.. U I
,
that fire- The VSS Macon, one of the several ships of the United States Navy Lots 1 to 8 Incl In Blk*. A. B, C .
': There ought to be a law against! with about anything assigned to the expanding training program for veterans and non-vet A Lot 1 & 2 Blk. D. Evans Addition '. !
crackers can do to you.I takes wave over the bow on one of the ,
_I three-day holidays for they sure eraos of the Nava Reserve, takea will be offered for sal at polle watery
fellow' routine. woke up this morning with a two-week training cruises.: Reservists from many Naval Districts for the highest and boat cash bid-
mess up a MaybeIt themselves abreast of modern of the Board of
fortnight out of their civilian life to keep subject to the right CAR
would be better If we could figure three-alarm nose, blistered ears Naval developments by means pf the active duty cruises of such Commissioners of Evergladea Drainage .A:

\ : out a way to eliminate the and sizzling neck. One thumb la craft as the Macon (Official Navy Fhotofri) Commissioners District and/or of Okeechobee Board: of County County,

1.: ; Monday morning after. Anyhow, raw from a line cut and my handsare Florida to reject any and all bids p/4
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t 10:00 .
all scratched and cut from the I at the Courthouse beginning: at
It sure is hard to take. tees of the Internal ImprovementFund o'clock A. }r. on the 21gt day of July,
1 When we closed our office last injunction of barbedhooks, wicked trout, and a 'Couple of blues, but and of the Board of Commissioners 1947. Easement for drainage and reclamation -
i of Everglades Drainage District and road purposes will be Zellv81'
fish teeth and run-of-the-mill specialty seemed to be catfish J
i Thursday night I didn't worry a my to reject any and all blda. at the -
reserved.BOARD
bit about this week's column far bruises that you never remember whether we fished on the top or Courthouse. beginning at 10:00 OF COMMISSIONERS
!, o'clock A. 1[. on the 21st day of July. OP EVERGLADES DRAIN.
i r I figured that I had three days inflicting but always show up painfully bottom. How those fool cats could 1947. As to all parcel of land AGE DISTRICT Here' a real time say:1

the next day. distinguish plug or my hook of ten acre or more, title to one-half
Of my BOARD
in which to write It. course of petroleum and three-fourtha of OF COUNTY COM- ere Whenever your card!

: I planned a lot of fun frolic and I So much for my exterior. My from all the others I will never other mineral* will be reserved by SIOXERS:" : OF OKEECHO n.eds a lubrication, any
COUNTY. FLORIDA.By .
1I interior was as backlashed as most be able to figure out. but they sure ; Trustee of the Internal ImprovementFund BEE
play, but was confident that ; Easements for road right of Mabel Ranlerson Sheffield I oil change tiro or battery!
would still find time to dash off of the casts I made. It seems that did, and if you think removing a way 200 feet wide will be reserved by Clerk of the Circuit Court of
said Trustees from any parcel through Okeechobee County. Florida give us a can:
.ervlc8luat ,
..I a column during the holiday per- the mixture of coca-cola, luke three-hook plug from the face of which there! la an existing state road; as agent for said Boards.

-: iod. warm beer salami, spam chewing a catfish is easy you just ought to and easement for drainage andreclamation By Connie W. Ranleraon. We'll come over for your]
and for road Deputy Clerk
In my younger days I used to gum cheese' cracker*?, canned try it some time.Financially be reserved by the Board purposeswill of car. do the fob and

; 1 be up before daylight on the mornIng beans salted peanuts, potato chips the trip was a flop. Commissioners age District. of Everglade Drain- bring 'It back to youl! j

;: of July Fourth and In company and bourbon and soda that I had The promoter had assured us Description THE NOTICE NAME OF TO.THE APPEARIX STATE OF :!

f with afew pals would begin accumulated over the three-day when we started out that we could Lots. IAS.:59.7 ft.Blk.N. 6 of. City SB Cor of OkeechobeeBejr. of NEl FLORIDA: icJ

tl shooting cannon crackers at 4:00 period and that tasted wonderfully sell our fish for more than enoughto of SWW of S\V\i ron W 14O ft X1TO TO: J. T. IIASKELL. If living! and I
the time I indulged in the cost of the trip. Whenit : ft. E. lao ft. S. 1W ft. to beg.Sec. If dead, all parties! claiming an
i A. M. There wasn't any ban ont good at cover 21. Twp. 37 Kge. 33. containing interest by. through under or r

fireworks and we kids would work them, were extremely unwelcometo was all over I got me a pencil '/j Acre more or less against: J. IIASKELL.. Deceased ,
Lots 1. 2: & 10 Blk. 93 City of Okee
our heads off mowing lawns, my uncooperative stomach. and paper and figured that each : chobee. Residence Unknown: t a
You and each of you are hereby required -
chopping wood, sweeping sidewalksor And so the condition I find my- edible fish I got cost me about $11. Lots 1:1.2In"L Co.Blk. II. OkeechobeeDevelopment to file! an Appearance tl) the
t sin
'- doing other odd Jobs to make self in on this bright and shiny and on top of that I had to clean Lots 8 & 9. Blk.'1[. Okeechobee Bill suit of the Complaint nature of filed which against I* to remove you! Ina 1

; : a few dollars and we'd spend Itt July rooming is anything but con- the fool things. But in spite of Lots Development 1-24! Incl.. (Blk.0. S/D P. Okeechobee cloud on title to real property in Okeechnbee ROBBINSaDistributor ;

all on fireworks. ducive to the writing of an instructive this experience I did have fun and Development Co. S/D County, Florida described asfollows PAUL

e,1 When. it came to noise I think and intelligent column after nature makes her adjust- Lots 9. Blk.1 to 2.12 Riverside IncL. less Park Lots 7. 8 & Lot 5,: Block 166. Town of Okeecho of ;

'- our crowd could hold their own unless it be as a warning to othersto ments and I get back to normal Lots 1. :2 & 12. Blk. 7, Riverside Park. bee, according in Plat Book to plat 2, page thereof: 17. pub recorded ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH a

:with any of them. We went in avoid my mistakes come another I'll probably do it all over again. Lots Development 1-12 Inel. Co.151k.SID K. Okeechobee lic records. of St. Lucie County, ATLANTIC PETROLEUM. ;

Lots 7. 8 & 9. Blk. 2. Riverside Park Florida.at PRODUCTS. ".
for giant cannon crackers and as holiday.Oh my office In the Courthouse inOkeeebobee.
Lots :3
to 11.IncL, Blk. 7. Riverside
background music set off bunches yes, we did catch some fish Park Florida, on the 14th day Phone 118 Okeechobee, Flak'
The said suit is filed
1947.
FH'TITlor NAME TRUSTEES orTilE of July.
NOTICE 'xnER INTERNAL
of smaller crackers to the delightof -well, we should have, considerIng LAY IMPROVEMENT FUND In the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial '

1 neighbors who had foolishly the fact that we would start TO AM. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: OF THE STATE OF FLOR- Circuit of Florida. In Chancery, ,1:
Notice l.. hereby given that the undersign IDA. and is entitled: A. LINDSEY O'CON -
Imagined that they would take ad- out before daylight and not return d. pursuant to the "FictltlAimVame BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS :NOR as Ancillary Administrator etc., ISTOPS
StatnP" llnn"e Rill No. 1171: OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE Complainant.. J. T. HASKELL
vantage of their holiday to get a until after dark. It was a salt
Act of ET AL.. Defendants.
Chapter :2')933! TJIWS of Florida DISTRICT
little extra sleep.I water excursion and we' bounced 1!M1. will register: with the Clerk of By Jfabel Ranlernon Sheffield Act. WITNESS my hand and the seal of uUu CHILLS.iObi !
the Circuit Court. In and for Okeecbo- for Trustee of the Inter- said Court at Okeechobee. Florida this
remember one kid, who was around in an open boat casting Iwo ("ount)". Florida, upon receipt of nal Improvement Fund and Oth day of June. A. D. 1947. tor U.i.1 SY"'Pto""FEWI

chemically inclined, discover e d for trout, ladyfish, blues, jacks or the proof of -publication of this. notice for Board of Commissionersof MABEL RAULERSON 'SHEFFIELD. sow gvoe you II
the fictitious name to-wit: PADOETSSI'MJUIES. Everglades Drainage Dis (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court, srr.. '
that a gob of potato and sulphur what-have-you until the tide under which I am enlaced: trict. Okeechobe County, P US MORE .nti-.J.I- c.Mas"te sift ?
\ properly mixed and placed on the changed. Then we would park In htiaineg. In the City of OVeecbolxv. FIordsAdvertise By Connie W, Ranlerson. D. C. dntqIL cep es T.t.QUlH _....... .".;.
Parker.
I Florida. Llddon. Fee &
street-car track would explode somewhere and indulge In bottom N. S. PAPOBTT Attorneys for Complainant.

with a blast you could hear a mile fishing for snook reds cobia or Dated in Okeechobee County Flor in The News Ft Pierce. Florida. Subscribe to The News;;!
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ida. July 9. 1047Jnly June 13, 20 27, July t, 11-(5t) ,
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?? away. It was hard on the nerves anything that happened along.I 11. 14.< 23! AUK 1-(4t)

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of the car crew and passengers did manage to snag a few -,
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NOTICE OF SIIKRIFF'S RAMS I I-
f OF CATTLE l
r Notice U herehv given to Whom ItMay
Concern and to Herbert O min
t f VfRKKlIXitxOn ; .11 l owner of the hereinafter describedattle.
M 1 : that under and Mr virtue- ofChenter
:2377 Laws of Florida Art
f nf 1047 the undersigned as Sheriff of
t /t Okeeeholiee County Florida will on the
l7/crU 19th dar of Jnlv. A. D. 1947 at 11 tw Notice
o'clock A. M. at Pace residence. KastOkeechobee. -
the name betas the place .
: warm days, rise before the thermometer does, andyou'll where the said cattle are penned offer best ,. :

} shine as a cook without getting all hot and bothered! for ale and bidder sell to. for the caxh.highest: the and follow-
bidder
Just serve dishes you can fix early in the morning: and tug one or head of rattle, the descriptionof
t heat up at mealtime. Here are a few that w71'1 help you which together with'the mark and

1 l' keep cool, calm and collect compliments: brands thereon, are as folowa:four (I)
.'4 One (1)) dark red calf about
: BEANS AT THEIR lIST APPETITE BAIT months old
That said eattle were taken Into runorir -
:Add 1 tbsp. prepared mustard to the of June. A 11I'M .
Fish is so light and digestible I on 25andaof the

1 WITH can ANN' PAGE BEANS serve it often in summer, vary- Irwin?. In Dlnntng the Vat. within and OkeechobeeCounty. near HEREBY GIVEN that the lands
PORK. Saute 1 medium NOTICE IS
ing the sauce like this: To 1 cup Florida by the jtat.U"f': post
onion (finely cut) and 1 medium of medium white sauce I add a Stock Sanitary Board of Florida its
t' apple (unpeeled and chopped) tbsp. of ANN PAGE PRE- agent or employee*, for failure of the
in 1 tbsp. fat, and mix with owner thereof to dip the game! under
PARED
MUSTARD or 6 to 10 said Board and
of the
beans. Bake in 1' P f sliced SULTANA OLIVES or a In the accordance supervision, with the provisions of ed the bulletin hoards at the Court
casserole in m W( ,W//? tbsp. of ANN PAGE GARDEN Chaper 2377.1.: Taws nf FR'IOLaUots on County
moderate oven, RELISH. I always keep thesethrifty"pepperuppers"from 1947. and the ]Qnle and lIaidCbaptf'r
to
375'P. made! In pursuance
20 minutes. said Board
the 3773.: and are to be sold to

i : 4 makes servings. This enough recipe but for loss A&P for on a hand sauce., so I'm never at a the pay feeding said aU cost dipping Board and In and all expenses taking Sheriff Into Incurred a costs said eustodv.end by House, Post Office f and City Hall, will be sold at

ANN PAGE BEANS make you tie, together with Chanter .
want ICY AND SPICY cost of sale, all as provided by 7.
more they're so tender of Florida Act of 11>>
and tasty. Better buy a few ex- Ice and spice make tea mighty This 23775.!: :the Laws 10th day of July. \.. D.

tra cans next time you're shop nice especially when it's as 1147! RT. Public Auction theFOURTH
s. o ST EW'\ on
ping at the A&P. invigorating as the famous, County. Florida.
,. Sheriff of OVeechobee
Flavor-Tested teas sold only at
DANDY rot "DOO DAYS" July 11. IS. 1947.
the A&P: OUR OWN, NECTARand
,
< It's never too hot for "hot dogs"at MAYFAIR. Try serving one

my house. I split them, spread of these fine"h NOTiCltOREECIIOBEE FLOHIDA.JCSE
the cut side with mustard, and blends over spiced \\ COUNTY '
fill with cubed American cheese. tea cubes made
Js\ 18. 1947NOTICE DAY OF AUGUST
Then I wrap a piece of bacon this way: Add 3 V ffFh IS HEREBY GIVEN Chapter that .
around each one, fasten with a cups briskly boil- pursuant to Section It Act of of 1031. .

.; skewer and broil until the bacon ing water to 1% known 1S2D4 Laws aa tho of MURPHY Florida. ACT. and In

is crisp and the cheese melted. tbsps. tea, 1 tbsp. pursuance of Chapter 20638. Laws toe
Come roll call I tuck them into whole cloves and 3 lemon slices. Florida. Act of 1941. known as A. D. 1947 at 12:00: o'clock noon

;_6 toasted MARVEL FRANK Steep 3 to 5 minutes; strain: add EVERGLADES DRAlNAGdescribed ,
i l- TRICT ACT. the
I FURTER ROLLS from the U cup orange marma ade. land situated ID Everglade Drainage I
!. A&P which are so fresh and Freeze in ice cube trays, place District In Ok n Florid i
delicious my family tucks them in 5 glasses and pour freshly *, will be :ttdfor aale at publicoutcry I
i L away by the dozen. S made tea over them. for the highest and bed cashbid
Trot
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I.., Friday, July 11, 1947 THE OKEECHO.S. F-.VS --

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= IN BUYING PROPERTYOR II I Social & Personal :i From where lsit..bY Joe-Marsh, .... I '


INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE "

SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE l r I

AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY Mrs. Rosa Young of Bonifay, left Mrs.' Henry Walker and Mr. and : Fish Cites Woman!'

Tuesday to return to her home Mrs. A. O. Glenn were visitors

: Okeechobee there after spending several weeks spending Sunday in Fort Pierce. .1
s.- Abstract Company visiting here with her sister Mrs.

: ', J. L. BARBER E Esther Brette. -' Mr. and Mas. S. H. McDougald Willie Wells was coming hone anything but trouble. Nobody whx

I Manager were visitors spending the Fourthof from Seward's Creek the other eveknew the facts would ever criticizt

= wf'f = = = Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Barlett of July at Zephyrhllls with their ring with a string of trout when a'tillie.s right to go fishing on his

West Palm Beach were visitors son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Mc stern looking lady (visitor at the one day off-any more than they'ddeny

spending the July Fourth holidaysin Dougald returned Friday night Boxwood Inn) stops him, and tells his right to come home to imellanr

Okeechobee visiting her par while Mrs. McDougald remained him a man his size could be better glass of b er.

i: ents, Mr. and' Dire Roger Boromel. there for a two week's visit. occupied than catching fish. From where I sit,the slower ware .

Willie tells her off real good- to criticize-and the quicker

week Laura Maye Campbell spent last Representative W. J. Hendry, caturedly by saying: "Perhaps we are to recognize another's a-

at Indlantown visiting with Cary Harden and Mary Schulman, you're right, hut if these fi.h had tastes, the better we'll get along a
ilr. and Mrs H. C. Williamson andtam'Uy. were visitors spending Monday in kept their mouths shut, they together-whether those tastes, tyre

I / y LOW FARES Arcadia where they went to attend wouldn't be here." (At that, says apply to beer cr tshth .

the hearing on the fish injunction Willie, laughing out loud, she e-
Mrs Nora Phelps and cousin, which was heard there that day before looked just as if a fish had hither!) /1
Ruth Parker,of Bartow, are spending ya
Planning a business or vacation trip? You'll Circuit Judge Harrison. Blabbing mouths never cause OVV11la.ul[
a few weeks vacation in Indi-
enjoy going
by comfortable, easy riding pe
t/1 Greyhound coach. Frequent schedules. .Big an Rocks, Fla ; Word reaches here that Mrs. J. adwt
extra savings on round trips. -- H. Walker, Jr., who underwent an Copyright.1'J17l/r.ied States Brewer Foundation

Mrs. C. H. Eiland and .daughter eye operation in Tampa last week . d to
has so far recovered that she will
: arrived home Thursday after leave the hospital today. She will r 41id
/ st spending three weeks in Louisiana. i6FEIMAC
remain in Tampa for another week
BUSINESS
visiting with her
-, parents there.
before returning to her home here. I

Mr. and Mrs. Connie Raulerson m
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Link v-
returned
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Not including trintpeHiti'on tax spent last week-end in Okeecho- DIRECTOR Y
to their home here Monday te
: : GREYHOUND BUS STATION. been visiting with friends and

relatives. from New York where they spent I. _, -,-- _ ..
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'- the last two weeks with their son- E;
fj'J in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mra,
Visiting with the Roy Draugh- IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
; \
GO hYGREYKOJJ1VP i Tom Casey. BURGESS
ons last week-end were their son Electric Saws Electric Drills asm
\ Ellis and Miss Mary Jane Sherman Bench Saws Grinders
J' '" both from F. S. U. in Talla- Mrs. Sue Lundeman was a Welders10" Lathe

',., hassee. week-end visitor in Okeechobee Hand Tools Pumps Supply Co. -
visiting the Hunt family. 12" Radial Arm Saw da

Jack Kohl of Maywood, N. J., -.-- CLARK J. SMITH in
Mrs. Russell L. Rice left Wed-
left Tuesday to return thore after Sales Rentals Service FEEDGRfliyflYBABY tr
nesday for Keesler Field, Miss., id-
MJ spending a month with his wife, where she will join her husband, 209 Okeechobee Road ,
\O"OA Mrs. Kohl and son, Neal. Mr. Kohl CHICKS era
LITIlIIl'
Sgt. Rice to make their home. Mrs. Ph. 20216 West Palm Beach mdlub
plans to return to Okeechobee
Rice has the week with
spent past :
.. ; _. sometime after the 19th to make Tues. and Fri.FOR .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. icr.fill.
his home here.
ST. Mercer.
PETERSBURG
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Mrs. William Kettle and children JAMES' ird,
Mrs. J. T. Hancock left Monday
Florida's only Resident Military of Sebring spent the week-end Typewriter & Supply 101-
morning for Baltimore, Md., where
Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit in Okeechobee visiting Mrs. Paul U S. Tires rill
she will the
undergo treatment at SALES SERVICENew
Durdeshaw. ortafe-
Member Johns-Hopkins Hospital. She was Pa roil Products
>< e- accompanied by her daughter, Miss Typewriters and Adding -
Southern Association Ford PartsService -
: of
Collegesand Mrs. W. II. Russell left this week S MachinesImmediate I ear.
Susan who will remain with her.
Secondary Schoolsand for Branford where she will make in
J l Delivery
her future Tiome. SEE lee,
-- f Association of Military Colleges/ PHONE 1009 and .j
and Schools of the United OKEECHOBEEMOTOR .;.
State Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber who CLASSIFIED ADS ;
103 ATLANTIC AVENUE CO. ;;J
are now residing at DeLand wherehe sty ..>
Highest Government Rating is attending school at the John FT. PIERCE, FLORIDA SALES SERVICEP ttCt-
O BOX 47* PHONE 44
s 4 An Accredited B. Stetson University, were visit- FOR RENT-Three room furnish Aion ,

i University Preparatory School ors spending the Fourth of July ed apartment. Electric kitchen af

{ holidays here with Mr. and Mrs.J. and private bath. $50 par; month.

r';: ;f Limited Enrollment_._ L. Barber. Adults only.STOKES.

i .e "* A APARTMENTS PHILCOAUTHORIZED Burney Kelz'J
t 1 re Separate Junior Department Claude Gardner !returned to his Parrott Avenue Formerly

N home here Saturday from Miami
For Information Address
where he has spent the past three RESTAURANT FOR SALE Now Denmark'

,_ Col. Walter B. Mendels, President months' In the Veterans Hospital.Mr. operating. Make offer.L. -
SERVICE
Florida Military Academy, H. DREESE
J.rti St. Petersburg, Florida and Mrs. A. L. Hazielief of Box 66 Okeechobee, Fla. Complete Host Outfitter
Miami were visitors spending the ,
gut
Florida's Leading Military Academy July Fourth holidays here with her ULMER EZELL Phone IIS J. E. Cone, Ugr. a the
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Co CommissionersContinued
Established I Doti Walker. Jiangefor
'f't
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Miss Mary Virginia Swain left
Sunday for Tampa where she is >f the 't.
VETERANS SERVICE FUNDC. $85- >
spending some time. OKEECHOBEELIQUOR
I*. Box, East SidePackage Mc-

Phone 2496 Floor Consultants Box No. 277 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conradof Sal. Service Officer 110.00 STORE the
i Fort Pierce and friends, Mr. and RACE TRACK FUND Store lay. 3

, Exclusive Floor Maintenance SpecialistsSoarbrIto i Mrs. Albert Flory of Indiana. vis- Agricultural Fund ed in
Only Bar la Town
ited with Mrs. Ella Conrad last I Transfer _.,._ 800.00 mauderred l
week. Mrs. Conrad returned with 1941 GENERAL REFUNDINGFUND Liquor Wine Cerdlal

them to Fort Pierce and spent a PHONE 34 3y:.
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I short vacation with them there. Manufacturers Trust Co., Seward Swain EAST OKEECHOBEE 00,000 .j.,

They spent the Fourth of July in Interest on Bonda&; Cou- STATE ROAD NO. 8 "

> Miami before returning to Okee- pons due June 1 _.-_ 60.00 PHONE 103-1 tgagetisres,

chobee to bring Mrs. Conrad home There being no further businessthe etock.

and spend the remainder of the Board adjourned until Monday, C

i /E PRODUCTS & SERVICE week-end visiting with her family July 14, 1947. e sale
Atlantic Service Sta. feed to
l <, here. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I O. K. GARAGE
Paul D. Bobbins Owner of the
OKEECHO
t : & MACHINE SER.
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Smithable -
VERO BEACH FLORIDA
.:;;' Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Glenn will BEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.C. Wrecker Service DODGE* PLYMOUTH .j

1 -i... leave tomorrow for their home in E. DRAWDY, Bale
&
J 24 Hours a Day ; Service24.b. e seered -
Columbia, Tenn., after spending a Chairman. ..
EXIDE BATTERIESLEE Wrettn Serelee at
! week here with Mrs. Glenn's" par- Mabel:! Raulerson Sheffield,
: PITTSBURGHPLASTIC TIRES Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.tier 133 [me in
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker. Clerk. i
GAS-OIL--GREASING Dunlop Tire ft Tubes J
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All Night CafeOKEECBOBEE. Store. Eefriferator, Water fon'

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: '-' : Weaken Our Bodies BAUKHAGE '., 4 l'?: clubhouse and he knew she was:;'." .
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Silt : want to but he waited.
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\4 Value of Food Depends WASHINGTON.-It was a sizzling day in the capital. The "I wish you would quit baseball .,.

On Mineral Fertility town moved slowly like a lazy setter stretching and hunting 'If/ I'.t and go into business with Father." -".: ,

the shade. Even the trees were half asleep. The air pushed ;.. she said twisting her gloves In her

tl .' "We are what we eat" and "what hard against your brow and cheeks. The asphalt yielded to long fingers. _'
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t ..we eat depends on the soil that produces one's footfalls like brown grasses in a trodden field. "We've talked about this before. ;

';, ; It:. declares Dr. William A. But we had to attend the regular preSS'and radio conference of the sec- darling. Hundreds of times. 7 ':-'

> tAlbre'cht. University of Missouri retary of state. Nature languished but we knew the dispatch room was ', thought it was a closed subject." -.

; I health troubles often spluttering and sparking in sharp shudders with the news of an anguished Tra reopening it. Matt. rye wo 'f
": r from nutrition which world. America we .sensed (but didn't understand quite how .:.. "
come
[ poor was em- t ried sick night after night.

J':' weakens the body. With its defenses barking on a colossal undertaking.We air-cooled. AtLI "We'll "talk about it after the .I

r down the body is less ableto walked down the 'This new word of mine (which ; e game." he ,said wearily and the.old :
corridors of this new state department -
bacteria and
{ resist the attacks of
t { building which In wartime Marshall might have used, had, i' _. anger grew large in his chest. Why !
other forces. he known it) "peacefare.." I
this again!
housed the brass hats of the high '
"Foods from some soils provide It was used Ina ....... 1 a\lc uca : ;J
command. For those working for paragraph of a ... ." .'. '", .'' \Ak They had been married less thana .
only fuel for energy other soils sup- to "letter to the editor" in the New '. .'.6''.<' Mi' 'i ,
\ peace it is a little depressing a year and it had been the same ::
Jport. crops that carry somethingextra' pass those stark murals depictingwar York Times. The writer was A. M. story since, ",-;

-body building materials. at its worst-or best, which Is Meerloo wartime chief of the psy- spring training. .' -- >

[Where rainfall is high and where probably the same thing. chological branch of the Dutch war : t a Minute Sure hehad'jFicllon ,

r (virgin forests once covered the land We were still interested in the Implications ministry and a member of the inter- 3 been lucky to .

s [plants are barely able to put together of the statements on foreign Allied psychological study group in DESIGNED FOR THE LIVING First up the ramp t. the new get her. Or was. ,!

( any more than fuel foods for policy. Each England. This is the paragraph: model paraplegic house built as a special housing unit at Halloran it lucky to mar- >

; !themselves and animals. Properly : :.; statement pulled "In those (wartime) days when hospital on Staten island. N. Y.. is Louis NoveW o| Machnao.ua, Pa. ; ?
J ,managed with lime fertilizers and : :; the failure He is Red Cross nurse. Plans of ry a girl with a cool million 1
j t.:Z1: :; a little wider the success or of the war being wheeled by Michelle Parker. The cheers of the crowd that .{
!. (legumes, these soils can be built <.. ,: :, curtain on the was at stake, psychologists and specialists the unit will be made available to any paraplegic who desires to build greeted the Red Legs when the' .:.- ;

k (jto put values.into crops these body building : .,. ,, ;,.\f'' ii: theater which in allied fields mobilized ev- his own home. team poured out of the clubhouse : ..
;; neither a ery weapon at their command to '
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"On the fertile soils of thebard
more theater of war wage psychological warfare. 'Why !

wheat belt the former buffalo 1i nor a theater of cannot we now, when the peace is NEWS''REVIEWNew Her were his people-tbe fans. :. ;

i peace. Again and at stake mobilize as carefully. for Rich and poor, tbty bad one consuming ,-

NOW wiu. you BEUEYE ;." 1 again the ques- psychological peacefare interest and be tbartd tbat i ff ttrttt.Baseball -
I THAT IMPROVED PASTURES 1j { 'i tions came in All right. there you have it"peacefare" Farm Plan Studied; was king im ibis *tar. of ,
VMAK A Bit DIFFERENCE t '
Not stands
;{ like darts. Efforts simply "psychological" graft circled by endnyrWs of

to pierce peacefare now, but economic facts.The. 1
\ and political and moral Fruit FavorableFARM
what we all felt peace- Crop game rocked along as ..aDitcher's
fare. That is what I
was a screen am hoping and dueL Matt worked a fast
praying the unspoken plan of SecretaryHull
concealing vistas 4
CONTROLS: double play in the top of the eighth ;
will .
embody.A -
Baukhare much wider than FRUITED PLAINS: to nip a Greenie rally and the I
the formal state- hard long expensive campaign.But Opposition Grows
r stands went wild. Matt glanced at '
f r ments had yet revealed. one launched not against any- American Farm Bureau federation Apple Outlook Rosy Mary but there was no sign ol,
but for
Was there a greater plan lying body everybody; a campaignto powerful farm group which Despite a late spring and some elation. -I j
stop war to save humanity.I .
behind this program for aid to sponsored most of the agricultural frost damage in eastern fruit areas The Red Legs needed this win to '. I

stricken countries the program say "everybody" because Marshall legislation now in force is consid- prospects continue generally favor- move into first place but the out'I i
pointed out that he
outlined by Secretary Marshall at Russia envisioned ering "recommendations for total able for this year's crop of apples look was dim when the first two
of
as a part this
plan for
Harvard? The question was asked the economic rehabilitation abandonment'of all farm price and and other deciduous fruits a department batters swung three times and then
of Eu-
although we knew that even if the rope. Without this economic crop controls by the government. of agriculture report has came back to the dugout Matt

prairies where the rainfall is less secretary had a vision wider than habilitation there can be re Edward A. O'Neal president of disclosed. chose his bat and took his place at
plants are able to synthesize much ours he could not reveal -yet. no re- the federation said the board is not The 1947 strawberry crop is esti- the plate.
habilitation of the body politic or the I
more than Just fueL Because of the His answer frank: enough under satisfied with the mated to be nearly a fourth larger
body (and soul) moral. Mary was still on his mind and he j
mineral fertility left in the soil foods the circumstances and nof unexpected old AAA. estab. than the 1946 crop but still a tenth !
It must be a campaign to banish .. ", watched the first ball slant in and .
here contain if there further fished PresIdent below However the peach
grown body building was that was some fear-fear of the atomic during average. faintly heard the umpire call a
bone making values. plan behind the one already Roosevelt'sfirst crop in 10 early southern states is
bomb which we possess for the strike. The next pitch was a strike
revealed piecemeal he was not going >? term. He revealed expected to set a new record of
to suchas
"Neglecting put fertility moment; fear of the far more and Matt gave the bill of his cap a \
barnyard manures : to talk about it. ; that a better more than 25 million bushels this "
manure terrible
green weapons of destruction jerk and leaned closer. Slow burning "'

lime and other fertilizers He did reveal that Russia was that any madman might put to agricultural year the third successive large anger boiled up then and he was '. '. !
than
back into soils to balance removal 1: program the crop from those states.In '
crop not outside the pale of Amer- use. eager for the next throw. He wanted :
pushes crops on these soils to- ica's rehabilitation efforts in It is a campaign to banish the 4 ) one the farmers California the sweet cherrycrop to hit it with everything he had. '" t
ward .fuel only These 'fuelonly' hate bred now have 1* being of 29,000 tons Is 15 per cent '
crops. theory at least. This was surprising by fear. A campaign to wanted to hurt the ball because he
k smaller than last but still 16
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crops mean poorer growth to some who had studied nourish the' body so that bodily k i' sought. year was hurt. It came and he swung.
authorizes p a y per cent larger than the 1933-44 av
and lower health values. The declining
things be
may forgotten and man
President Truman's Marshall's
The solid crack of the bat told the
fertility of our soils is a decline and Ben Cohen's most may pursue his spiritual destiny to- O'Neal ments to farmersfor erage. California's 92,000-ton plum
fans and they rose as, one to cheer.
in the health of ward reducing acre- crop is slightly below 1946.
toward
our so11\ freedom decency toward
not
recent statements and yet
in :Matt looked over his shoulder after
basic
the
of wheat
of plants and of.ourselves. world where the effort ages crops ,
our surprising recalled the a major -
so as we TRAINING touching second and grinned. A
corn cotton rice tobacco and pea- :
nature of other talks not public is dedication to the common home run and the ball game. He

Insoluble Grit AidsChickens which had hinted at larger good. nuts.Farmers from the North and I Hearings Begin noticed the two girls sitting next to _
things.Is Nothing like this has ever been Although is scheduled to ::
congress !
Northwest have consistently apposed Mary on their feet and cheering
Digestion attempted before. Nations have federal subsidies and senti- adjourn July 28, the senate armed *
this a real effort to achieve a loaned money for' the purpose of services committee has voted to MARY was waiting for him at
Some Insoluble grit usually granIte ment was reported to.be. growing
fair understanding with Russia? earning a neat dividend or to wring proceed with hearings on universal clubhouse. He wanted to
or river gravel will be eaten by among the producers for letting
(Rapproachement is the diplomatic some political advantage from an hear her it good hit but
farm products seek their military training.But say was a
hens if it is available. It assists own price
word.
the ) impecunious princeling or bankrupt level as a permanent policy. in a formal statement the her face was clouded In thought: -
gizzard in 'grinding grains and Words.I .
government. Many fair promisesand committee added that if She took his and walked
In the South however cotton and a report arm they ito
J coarse feeds that might cause impaction am wondering whether those unspoken high sounding ideals have been
tobacco growers are known to be cannot be made ready by July 28. the gate. A mass of humanitymet
of the
digestive tract. Fine words of the secretary of written into covenants signed only to satisfied with the situation as 'it it will attempt to have a report pre- Matt and he had to halt. He
ground feed can be digested satis state could describe the immensity
possibly be broken when opportunism dictated
stands favoring tight controls if pared for congress when it con- autographed the ball and. then
factorily without grit being avail of America's task the task a reverse English.
prices start to slip. venes again. books tickets and anything else
able. Oyster shell and limestone which is envisioned in the
I plans But here is something
and
new
One of the federation's econo- Decision of the senate group was they shoved into his hands.A .
rock particles sometimes are usedas which Marshall "would
Secretary different.
Something rather bright mists predicted at least 10-year reached as the Very Rev. EdmundA. tousle-haired boy standing onMary'
grit but the digestive juices break not talk about.** ;
and idealistic has been added what,
Walsh member of PresidentTruman' .
side
period cf good prices for farmers at a turnedtreckled nose ;
these down rapidly and thus makean I this because I have learned' is ',,'
say we hope an honest effort to wage universal
levels slightly below those prevail- military training to the boy standing beside him.
excess of calcium available. Grit a new word which it seems tome peacefare to outroot the malice of
ing now.Ei. commission told a house committee
commonly is kept before hens at all might bear within it a vital the few in the spirit of charity to that "the politburo In .Moscow I'w: .

v times although some producers prefer a hopeful concept. Like Hauptmann ward alL ,------,-- .. is not going to adjourn for the 3t fY
to feed it at intervals of 10 days in "The Sunken Bell" when he said: It may be all eyewash. I know. as its forces
summer creep across .
1, to two weeks. Tear! All the gladness all the rye seen a lot of castles falL But Europe.. ,

sorrow of the world sparkles my feeling is that if we get out of Father Walsh said that AmericaIs

Rid Worms In Sheep within it." the scoffer's seat for a moment definitely on the Soviet agenda of

Think of the dynamic quality of if we drop the cynic pose and put conquest, and Russia win be readyto
With Phenothlazine! other words: FameRichesFairPlayCharityHonor peacefare into the national vocabulary
{, start her "shooting war" as soon ; ,
To control stomach and other we may make it work. as her, atom bombs are in produc- yJ. u

It roundworms of sheep treat each animal tion.

individually with phenothiazinejust ya, F; TAX PLANS .
ahead of PlansI : ,
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i and keep phenothiazine-salt mixture To Think Over ,

h In a covered trough' before sheep on don't know how interested you success of Rochester. N. Y.. YYis' ,sue Congress has been presented with vS lG

pasture.Put readers have been in my reports of in providing living space has four tax-revision plans to think over

a fence of corrugated paper what American ingenuity in different brought in an impressive list of until It gets ready to have anothergo 1 5S

(about 12 inches,_high) .around the communities has done to make queries from other communities at the Income tax problem.The ,Q

brick (and other building materialfor which haven't yet solved their housing treasury department has given

i t veterans' homes) without the problems. Chambers of commerce the house ways and means com- :

straw, (of readily available materials in Bristol. Teno. and Farrell mittee studies of four plans to equalize

atiit.. o and labor) which we seem to Pa., and in half a dozen New i federal income taxes on married
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lack in this"! otherwise rich and pros- York and Massachusetts towns have couples in all 48 states. Tw girls on their feet and

/ perous land of ours. Bot I can tell Inquired. Twenty-nine banks in 14 One of the proposals would save cheering.

l .$ you that"a lot of people who thought states and one in Canada have writ- 4.900.000 couples three-quarters of "Boyl" he murmured in

they could go and- do- .likewise, were ten in for details. Housing com- a billion dollars annually by giving "Matt Johnson That what I want awe. '

heard from. mittees in Ann Arbor. Mfch. and those living in 38 states the same to be-a ban player like Matt."

!" Yakima, Wash., whose achieve- San Antonio Tex., have asked for FARM ROYALTY This dimpled Income splitting" rights now enjoyed They ate'dinner and
ment was the first described in this the story as have a dozen other smiling beauty is Vicky' Ostrowski by coupled living in 10 states conversation

column has had requests for Information committees In cities nearer to 19 year old farmer's which have community property was with sparse. Matt wasn't happy not
Mary
from 41 cities and 18 states. Rochester.The daughter who was chosen Dairy- laws. feeling this way. It

Nearby communities have sent people land Queen" at the annual Dairy- Secretary of the Treasury- John looked like a choice-Mary or basebalL -
chick brooder to keep chicks from stories I printed were only a He knew it would be :Mary but
to Yakima to get first-hand in- land Festival Watertown. N. Y. Snyder has indicated that the ad..
straying away and getting chilled. few of the many communities which he loved baseball. The bank job
formation, person Delegationshave A real farm girl she drives a ministration considers the proposed
Move it back a little each day or had the will that finds the with Mary's father would drive him
come to Yakima from Spokane way. tractor milks the cows and helps' plans to be among the "right kind"of
I: so to give more room Use it until Seattle. Walla Walla. Ephrata. I wish X could print them all. ; with other farm chores. changes in the tax setup. crazy. If only she could understand

L chick start jumping over. Pasco. Prosser. EUensburg and As he paid the check he heard a f

To lave time and'hard work castrating Bremerton In Washington and from man at a nearby table saying to a

and vaccinating pigs make Portland and Pendleton in Oregon. WIDESPREAD INCREASES woman in a turban:

'a rack: like the one shown. Put'thepig1 The Salem plan under which the "Ibatt Matt Johnson, oat of the

00'Ita back in the Vshapedtrou.P city is subsidizing :the conversion greatest second basemen+ in the game. z
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and. If you have no helper of extra space into new apartments. Tint gay Sj*credit to tin game and to
me a strap to hold it. has drawn comment from a number Relief Cases Double 1945 Low the eoanrtr,,' Really"clean sporstman

pfoptog sheep should wait until of other Massachusetts towns. - -- '- -- and the idol of* million kid ...-

s after _shearing cuts have healed.ErIiIeallMCH Gloucester already has copied partof WASHINGTON.-As evidence that ..a sharp incline which current signs general assistance rolls increased 60 Matt took Marls arm and they

the plan and inquiries have come public assistance problems are becoming indicate is typical of many states" per cent between March. 1948. and departed. He didn't want to hear '

Present in from five other cities'in the Bay critical throughout ,the nation. the association said. March 1947, the report declared., more. In the car he made up his

state and from state offices of Am- American Public Welfare association Unemployment benefits mind. It would be better
f. Month Several state legislatures have in New to break .<
Itl NCI'EtKY. vets. VFW{ and American Legion. reveals that general relief granted bigger state relief funds to York City have Increased ninefold, with the game now than later. He
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._,..;always,:-batalso it comes which baa been so successful more than 50 per cent above the boosted assistance for 1947-1948 to 203.000 at the present time it was Mary about baseball ."

at any'..season/ almost"every month building moderate east honSlnr low point of 1945. asserted. She put her finger over his sand .,

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4 soil tosses. of 10 tons or more to the busy answering questions. tee. among unskilled workers who from the 1945 appropriation. Monthly the nation in February was 344,000 fool darling. A selfish fooL I realized -

... ."a.SIq1e'mcath> are not at Requests have came from HOBS* have been displaced by skilled veterans ; relief costs in the state for May compared with 258.000 a year ear- it when you hit the home run

y- .all UDCY"'ft'\IWL .":1 aaa lou a:. tea and Amarfflo, Tex4 from according to .the report. were $1.260.000 compared to a totalof Hr. In a year general relief'costs and when the fans wanted your au- ;

; _.......... .for i alagte aoa inahtilpt ),{Is. Syracuse. N. Y.; Chicopee Marked increases in unemployed $520,000 in June 1945. and the increased 97 per cent in Delaware tograph. And the way they cheered.
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Great Falls Meat; Erie. Fa. major labor centers. than 60 per cent. in Ohio 67 per cent in Call. said and the man in the grOL You .

-.iJIi1I' ... Berkeley Calif.; Oklahoma City. Minnesota's family: relief caseload Highest current increase in cities foraia.and 55 per'cent in' Indiana. can't'leave baseball Matt Yon are 4

;;; Detroit aDd elsewhere. increased S5 per cent in ISM, is reported in Washington, where the report disclosed. baseball -- "- .--

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Lush Tropics; Frozen Arctic I Life-Saving ReelA I llzh

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s. .i>,.. : b.pY.y .. WNU Features. hotel fires is a reel of steel tape

Two of the great national parks which belong to the peopleof permanently mounted on the window .

Creamed Tuna in Potato Nests! +daiac 4 fMJ.z. the United States, lie in our territories.overseasHawaiiNational frame. The occupant of the 'tV
room fastens the tape under his
(See Recipes Below) % v+eoy .. < .< park on the islands of Hawaii and Maul in the Hawai-
arms, steps out into space and is
> < ,, archipelago and Mount McKinley National park in Alaska.
First Aid for Lunch lowered to the ground at eleva
i t i LYNN CHAMBERS These two parks present a study in contrasts. Hawaii, within tor speed by the unwinding of the 11.er

I _, "If only I had a good list of main MENU >. w'i. the tropics, basks in perpetual spring. Its forests with lush reeL ere

dishes and desserts for company Chicken Loaf with ferns 40 feet high are gay with birds of brilliant plumage. McKinley cl

I luncheons," said a friend of mine Mushroom Sauce Y' yb.4 y., ,, on the other hand, enjoys a brief summer season of .

recently "but It always .seems I Green Peas with Pearl Onions ''s, + ,.f warmth and during most of the< -

f get stuck with things and can't think Tomato Salad year sleeps In Arctic silence. Herein Within these gorgeously colored s

: about something the girls really Orange-Honey Rolls Beverage ,,. winter some of the birds and walls lies a superb volcanic / in r1sb'
like." Lime Chiffon Pie small animals even don white spectacle. Covering the

A good solution for the above Recipe given. ::'.,,., habits to travel like spectres over floor are giant red black and

problem Is to keep a card file of ,. the snowy landscape. orange cinder cones which although ES 10 X16 r

I j / complete menus '. Hawaii National park was established hundreds of feet high, are
and pour into a greased loaf by act of August Thirst
-: ") for such occa pan. congress on dwarfed by the Immensity of Aim t.eJ
r sions. Bake in a moderate (35O- I'I '. Be certain oven for 35 minutes or until firm. TELLS OF RED PLANS Dr. was placed has a circumference of 21 miles

:i foods to try out the Unmold carefully on platter and George Dlmitrov former head of National Parks under administration- and an area of 19 square miles. 2 tt GROCERS> ax
before the
garnish with Bulgarian Agrarian party said
parsley. Pour mush
of
date Ninth Both sections of the park are
company
room sauce over loaf.Mushroom Communist operations In Bulgaria- of National
I 0 reached from Honolulu island ns
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comes along so
+ and Balkans are part of conspiracy
In service
Series Park
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to plunge all of under
1 "' oughly familiar 4 tablespoons batter Soviet domination. Europe which created also Hawaii Island, one may rent an automobile Dogs IVB Known... caf

f with.the prepara 4 tablespoons flourS was for the trip to Kilauea or

1 trOD, and then everything will run caps milkteaspoon In the' same month. Main featuresin take a regular bus. tem
f smoothly. fi salt the park are two spectacular vol. *. ;

i If you don't want to plan the menu % teaspoon paprika canoes frequently active KIlauea MOUNT McKINLEY National oed
H cap cooked or canned and Mauna Loa on the island of
: completely, then select just the mushrooms Hawaii and one of the world's large park situated hi south-central Alaska r0 '
r
"- main dish and fill in the salad and Haleakalaon was created by act of congressin l e
est dormant volcanoes.
[:-. vegetable with whatever is in and Melt butter and blend with flour ,;:: x: r 4z a the island of MauL The total 1917. It contains an area of a axid
seasonings. Add milk
;_ ..eason..t' gradually little more than 3,000 square miles. t
and cook over low heat stirring area within the two sections of the
Tuna a la Kin* in Potato Nests. constantly, until thick and smooth. .o>., park Is about 275 square miles. Principal scenic feature of the park F
; Serves 6) : Kilauea older than its Is mighty Mount McKinley, highest :
t Add mushrooms and cook two minutes ;w', probably
2 maletablespoons peak on the North American
con-
cups longer. Serve hot over chicken neighbor towering Mauna Loa creates >r<
4 flour loaf. the impression of being a tinent. This majestic mountain

4 tablespoons batter Lime Chiffon Pie. crater in the side of the higher rears its snow-covered head high
H teaspoon salt into the clouds reaching an altitude 8 -li
mountain although it is itself a
1-16 teaspoon pepperi m teaspoons plain unflavored- mountain with an altitude of 4,090 of 20,200 feet above sea level and
i-' $ Worcestershire gelatin rises 17,000 above the timber line. tode
teaspoon H cold feet. This illusion is the result of a <
cup water On its north and sides McKinley
west $

sauce
broad its and of
4 depression at top .
eggs separated :
0: 2 cups canned tuna fish its gentle slopes caused by lava springs abruptly from a plateau
H teaspoon salt
=-. 3 tablespoons chopped plmlento3i 1 cop sugar flows from many. lateral vents. only 2,500 to 3.000 feet high.

: Cup tiny mushroom caps 4 tablespoons lime juice Within the depression is a vast pit. For two-thirds of the way

Scald milk In double boiler. Make Green coloring .+;'d.z.. Halemaumau or "Houseof, Fire. down from its summit Mount mlickY ftitZ Eats
well acts
a paste of the melted butter and : *' which often contains a boiling, bubbling McKinley Is enveloped In snow
Grated rind of 1 large lime xoY well, t* well on a basic diet of Oro-
flour and add to hot milk stirring 1 cop whipping cream whipped ,U., mass of molten lava whose throughout the year. DenaU, Pup Ribbon.These crisp toasted ribbons .e
until thick and smooth. Add seasonings Baked 9-inch pie shell surface fluctuates from bottom to "home of the son,"was the name give him every vitamin and

r and cook 15 minutes Flake Soften gelatin in cold water. PlaceIn GOOD SCOUT Rachel Claris rim.Until given to this impressive mountain I mineral dogs are known to need.Economical : .

tuna fish Into large pieces and mix top of double boiler, the 17-year-old representative of Great 1924 molten lava was by the early Indians. ; too. One box supplies as r.fi

with white sauce. Add pimiento and yolks % of the sugar salt lime egg Britain's Girl Guides, arrived In usually visible at any time InHalemaoman Near Mount McKinley are Mount much food b7 dry weight as five 1-lb.

mushrooms. juice and rind. Cook New York to attend first world encampment but activity since Foraker, with an elevation of 17.000 cant of dog food Oro-Pup also conies:
over boiling
.
in Meal and In Pel Ettt. For
variety
Potato Nests: Peel 4 medium- water until thick of Girl Scoots to be then has been spasmodic. Its feet; Mount Hunter. 14,960 feet and feed an three = Owf

sized! potatoes Cut into tiny strips and smooth stirring held since 1937. risings are accompanied by Mount Russell 11.500 feet. Great lice

lengthwise. Heat In a small amountof constantly: brilliant fountains and Inflows glaciers fed by the high snow fieldsof t

fat but do not brown. Remove Remove from .. : of liquid lava, and Its lowerlngs this mountain range flow many I Dogs qgE: tGROPUP Phne

tram fat sprinkle with salt and arrange ..heat stir in gelatin a. by tremendous avalanches miles both to the north and to the
in nests Inside large muffin and cooL which send up enormous dust south. =
.x rato
tins. Press potatoes firmly against \ clouds. t
When slightly During the park season which ex- -
aide of pan and bottom. Bake In a thickened fold to To the west of Kilauea rises the tends from June 10 to September 10, pIBBp1i M.M
hot (450-degree) 'oven for 13 min stiffly beaten egg whites to which r' f vast dome of Mauna Loa whose with more than 18 hours of daylight ion

utes. Serve hot tuna fish mixture remaining sugar has been added. summit crater, Mokuaweoweo. is each day there is a wealth of flow p tea'9b
(o crisp hot potato nests. included in the national park. Included eying plants. The i
Turn mixture Into baked pIe shea park Is also the MIN eo.fa -W... .
Lattice Rhubarb Pie. and chin in refrigerator for one ., also is a broad connecting home of many interesting animals
Pastry hour. belt between the two volcanoes. and birds.
Spread or flute whipped
gr
2 caps cat ap rhubarb cream over top. 13,680 Mauna feet Loa above thrusts the it great bulk Prospective visitors to Mount. COOL BURNS !1
surrounding
'Z; Floor A simpler combination than eitherof McKinley National park probably
Pacific. By eruptions in its summit SCALDS
f, 1 cap sugar the two given thus far is this one will make the trip to Alaska by CHAFING
crater and by flank outbreaks
It is
i Lino pie pan with pastry. Wash of baked tomatoes and banana tarts: steamer from Seattle. To use the Quickly apply soothing and com a
constantly adding to its mass. forting GRAY'S OINTMENT with .
_ and peel rhubarb; cut in small Baked Staffed Tomatoes In action Mauna Loa is even war constructed Alaska highway its wholesome antiseptics and na .ott

piece Flourpieces ; (Serves 6) more spectacular than Kilauea and I through Canada requires a special ture aiding medication.Nothing else
f. like it-nothing so comforting- t
until they permit from the Canadian '
6 medium shed tomatoes steam vents continually> send feathery govern- pleasant for externally caused skin 1
are quite white 1J4 caps shrimp or crab neat clouds into the air. Extending ment, and permits are not yet troubles. SSc. Get a package today.
then add sugar. flaked northeast and southwest from the granted to motor tourists. Businessmen ocfha

Mix well aDd *i thick summit settlers and bus passengers
cap cream sauce are volcanic rifts with
place In pastry- $4 teaapoon mustard many deep rents formed by earth- may apply for permits to L. E. as

lined tin. Cover 1 teaspoon salt quake and eruption as well as many Drummond, Traffic Control Division ntsea

with lattice stripsof Fine bread crumbs brilliantly colored spatter cones, Alaska Highway, Edmonton, HOTE. .
crusts and GIVES THANKS Joseph Cardinal Alberta. e
Butter some 200 feet In height. Twice since '
MIndszenty primate of Hungary !!
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bake in a 45 -de- Paprika 1880 the City of Hilo at the base of babdliig
for 10 minutes then in expressed his country's gratitude Women !a roar Does
gree oven a Scoop out tomato centers and mix the volcano has been threatened by s.; ; faaettonal'midAlaate' thin
1S-degree oven for 30 minutes. half the pulp with shrimp or crabmeat to the National Catholic Welfare great rivers of lava which have tv, ;> ,, tar to lroaaea awe r.-e pmocz So rsIIer P8CQ1J hoe-
conference In America for aaxba, nervous, + : A.i.
A combination of yellow and weak
green cream sauce and seasonings. flowed down the sides cf the moun tired fee11Djra t Theo do :
is attractive for working into a Fin tomato shells with mixture.: Cover sending 14,000 meals daily to tain. !:t J'1nkh&m'. 7mDDtoms. try j ctiothe
luncheon combination especially starving Hungary relies. .uch nP.j:481OUT
with
tops fine bread crumbs, dote
when it Involves favorites lik with butter and sprinkle: with pap. HALEAKALA SECTION of Ha- i; J p's com Ow8

chicken and lime chiffon pi*I rika. Bake In a hot (45 -detne: ) oven wall National park Is on the island .", .," a nlndxt auc.bdkUea.hPGned B ipt bufld.T'L trp ouxaada reatetaasa 86,0It

Chicken Loaf With Mushroom Sauce. for 20 minutes. ,, of MauL This volcano derives its .,. ; bend"Abe s Yel7 tlfeCttTe
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caps diced cooked chicken (Serves O ,-:1. :. Sun." from a legend about the Polynesian ; I.11l1J11momJ.WNUU Then

" 1 cap soft bread crumbs 4 bananas <(: demigod Maul who climbed iVAn n
4 $4 cop chopped cooked celery 2 tablespoons sugar to the top of Haleakala ensnared Z7-47i ts

- 2 tablespoons finely chopped tt teaspoon vanOU extract the rays of the IUD. and forced it to -ew

- pimiento 94 cup whipping cream :li -. travel more slowly in its course so

! 1 tablespoon minced parsley < baked tart shells ..... .. that his mother might have sufficient ThatNa -
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4 % teaspoon paprika Fold sugar and vanilla into .' work. Haleakala. now rising more BackacheMay PitCh
2 well beaten : than 10,000 feet above sea level, was
em. whipped cream. Slice bananas Into ,,
1 cop milk tart shells. Cover at one with once a much higher mountain. A -

[ 2 tablespoons batter or chicken. whipped cream and garnish with collapse of the dome many years PIT Halemaomao or Mara of Disordered. t1I1_i
fat coconut.B ago. formed a great crater 7% "House of Fire" Is a vast pit la Kidney AetioaMa J-

Combine ingredients mixing wen .I *M4 by W wm Newspaper Union. miles long and 3 miles wide with- the crater of KQaoea volcano te. l wtaJa.. ixm ; walls over 1.000 feet high. Hawaii National park. a /Ix riot x1-.-..x.i.e
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Serve Meat in Ways for use as toppings, grind them Ana I "' t tnaLMur.ctu.. ask -
That Tempt and brown them in meat drippings. Vandals Cause Daateve in Parks w-.&. .
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Make appetizing luncheons, out of WASHINGTON.-Carelessness on erty is discouraged by a new coat of ... ..... aa i= Pitt.
leftover scalloped dishes by adding or pork chops with dressing add the part of visitors annually causestmtold washable paint which will not a b" eed, ves.i4 Other= 4
meat to them.Pork that special. touch to the dressing mUonal K tiday er Gleider 4Lxdr ae., ; ,
pieces of leftover damage in the sorb dipstick and a wire enclosure Ns or SM ,....
with corn beef with green b7 using a few chopped spinach parks, according to Newton B. around stairway designed to atlelxualy- Q: e:

beans lamb with tomatoes, etc., are leaves. PROBLEM Jos* Drury director of National Park prevent writing on the statue. iddasre Try Death ae pw HO sa 1Ian8f.. De<*saes. tei?bMJ'wa. 1M :-t-

all good appetites sausfiers. When making biscuits, do something as though the housing: problem service. "Unfortunately'* Drury -continues ....Tk y tan km4 __tea tail ss >i

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: riID = 2aajY Lush Tropics, Frozen ArcticEmbraced I L Life-Saving ReelA I 1


in Overseas Parks

new device to save lives in

t r: WNU Features. hotel fires is a reel of steel tape

., Two of the great national parks, which belong to the peopleof permanently mounted on the window -

Creamed Tuna in Potato Nests! .1 the United States, lie in our territories..overseas-Hawaii frame. The occupant of the
room fastens the tape under his
(See
: Recipes Below) National park on the islands of Hawaii and Maui in the Hawai- arms steps out into space and is

First Aid for Lunch, ian archipelago and Mount McKinley National park in Alaska. lowered to the ground at eleva-

I. LYNN CHAMBERS MENU These two parks present a study in contrasts. Hawaii, within tor speed by the unwinding of the -I IIt

{* "If only I had a good list of main the tropics, basks in perpetual spring. Its forests with lush reeL

I % dishes and desserts for company Chicken Loaf with ferns 40 feet high are gay with birds of brilliant plumage. McKinley -

; luncheons," said a friend of mine Mushroom Sauce on the other hand_ enjoys. a brief summer season of
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recently "but it always ,seems I Green Peas with Pearl Onions' warmth, and-c inWg--m of the<)

I get stuck with things and can't think Tomato Salad year sleeps in Arctic silence. Herein Within these gorgeously col-

; about something the girls really Orange-Honey Rolls Beverage winter some of the birds and ored walls lies a superb vol-

; like." Lime Chiffon Pie small animals even don white canic spectacle. Covering the

I! A good solution for the above Recipe given. habits to travel like spectres over floor are giant red, black and

I problem is to keep a card file of the snowy landscape. orange cinder cones which although ICES 10 X16
w : Hawaii National park was estab- hundreds of feet high are ?,
complete
i f / ::""k menus and pour into a greased loaf pan. lished by act of congress on August dwarfed by the Immensity of Thirst a D

I occasions. Bake in a moderate (350-degree) 1. 1916. and their surroundings. crater QuenchersfTffZ /
oven for 35 minutes or until firm. TELLS OF RED PLANS Dr. was placed has a circumference of 21 miles

to try out the Unmold carefully on platter and George DImitrov, former head of National Parks under admlnistration- and an area of 19 square miles.
foods before thecompaD.7 garnish with Bulgarian Agrarian party, said
1 parsley. Pour mush-
date Ninth Both sections of the park are
room sauce over loaf.Mushroom Communist operations In Bulgariaand of National
reached from Honolulu by island
.Z4 comes along so t
Balkans are part of conspiracy -
you win be thor- Sauce. In a Series Park service boat or airplane. From Hilo port of
to plunge aU of under
Europe which also I\re Known.
oughly familiar 4 tablespoons butter Soviet domination. Hawaii island, one may rent an au- Dogs ..

_. with,the preparation 4 tablespoons flour was createdIn tomobile for the trip to Kilauea or

and then everything will run 2 cups milk _. -- the same month. Main features take a regular bus.. a
I smoothly. H teaspoon salt in the park are two spectacular vol- i 7a4 D

If you don't want to plan the menu ?%i teaspoon cooked paprika ; x"N canoes and Mauna frequently Loa on active.the island Kilauea of MOUNT McKINLEY' National g

completely then select Just the mushrooms cop or canned Hawaii and one of the world's largest park, situated in south-central Alas-

I main dish and fin in the salad and dormant volcanoes. Haleakalaon ka, was created by act of congressin
Melt butter
and blend with flour
vegetable with whatever Is in I and seasonings. Add milk the island of Maui The total 1917. It contains an area of a
season. i gradually little more than 3.000 square miles. i
and area within the two sections of the
cook
; low
over heat stirring
Tuna a la King In Potato Nests. constantly until thick and smooth. park is about 275 square miles. Principal scenic feature of the park
is
mighty Mount McKinley highest
(Serves 6) Add mushrooms Kilauea probably older than its
and cook two min-
the North'
2 cups milk utes longer. Serve hot over chicken neighbor towering Mauna Loa. creates peak on American con-
tinent. This
4 tablespoons floor loaf. the impression of being a majestic mountain

4 tablespoons butter Lime Chiffon Pie. crater in the side of the higher rears its snow-covered bead high t3
% teaspoon salt mountain although it is itself a into the clouds reaching an altitudeof >, t

1-16 teaspoon pepper IK teaspoons plain unflavored. ,- mountain with an altitude of 4.090 20,300 feet above sea level and
>i teaspoon Worcestershiresauce gelatin rises 17,000 above the timber line.
feet. This illusion is the result of a
H cup cold water On its north and west sides McKin-
broad depression at its top and of
2 cups canned tuna fish 4 eggs separated its gentle slopes caused by lava ley springs abruptly from a plateau
H teaspoon salt only 2.500 to 3,000 feet high.
3 tablespoons chopped pimiento 1 flows from many lateral vents.
H cup tiny mushroom caps 4 cup sugar Within the depression is a vast pit. For two-thirds of the way

Scald milk in double boiler. Makea Green tablespoons coloring lime juice Halemaumau or "House,of Fire" down from Its summit Mount mUckY Eats well acts

paste of the melted butter and Grated rind of 1 large lime which often contains a boiling, bub- McKinley Is enveloped In snow well it well-on a basic diet of Oro-

flour and add to hot milk stirring 1 cup whipping cream, whipped bling mas'- of, molten lava whose throughout the "year. DenaU Pup Ribbon.These crisp toasted rib-
until thick and smooth. Add sea- Baked 9-Inch pie shell surface fluctuates from bottom to "borne of the sun. was the name bons give him every vitamin and

i soniogs and cook 15 minutes. Flake Soften gelatin in cold water. Placein GOOD SCOUT Rachel Claris rim.Until given to this Impressive mountain mineral dogs are known to need.Economical ; -
of 1921 molten lava was by the early Indians. too. One box supplies as
representative GreatBritain's
tuna fish into large pieces and mix 17-year-old
top of double boiler, the 1r L
egg much food weight fire 1-2)
by dry as
visible at time InDalemaumau. Near Mount :
usually McKinley Mount
with white sauce. Add pimiento and Girl Guides arrived In any are
yolks. % of the sugar, salt lime cans of dog food! Oro-Pup also comes
but activity since Foraker with an elevation of
mushrooms. New York to attend first world encampment 17.000
juice and rind. Cook over boning In Meal and in Pet-Ettt. For variety
Potato Nests: Peel 4 medium- water until thick of Girl Scouts to beheld then has been spasmodic. Its feet; Mount Hunter 14.960 feet and feed aQ three .. i

sized potatoes. Cut into tiny strips and smooth stir since 1937.CITES risings are accompanied by Mount Russell 11,500 feet. Great J3 5
lengthwise. Heat In a small amount brilliant fountains and Inflowsof glaciers fed by the high snow fieldsof ]
ring constantly .. .... ,. this I Dogs qg X t
and mountain
of fat but do not brown. Remove Remove from o '<' "-.1">> "' liquid lava, its lowering range flow many I jet
by tremendous avalanches miles both to the north and to the ,
from fat sprinkle with salt and arrange '
Jieat, stir In gelatin Yn VROPUPR 4 "PC
in nests inside large muffin and cooL J gsl which send op enormous dust south.

tins. Press potatoes firmly against When slightly ," clouds.To During the park season which extends ; oS -"sw WT en

side of pan and bottom. Bake in a thickened, fold in the west of Kilauea rises the from June 10 to September 10,
,
hot (450-degree) ,oven for 15 min stiffly beaten egg whites to' which vast dome of Mauna Loa whose with more than 18 hours of daylight f'tWlWP

:!' utes. Serve hot tuna fish mixture remaining sugar has been added. summit crater. Mokuaweoweo is each day there Is a wealth of flowering ngI:f

*o crisp hot potato nests. Turn mixture into baked pie men Included in the national park. In- plants. The park Is also the __0..11_..... a.
cluded also Is a broad connectingbelt
home
Lattice Rhubarb Pie. of many interesting animals
and chin in refrigerator for one
etween
the two volcanoes. and birds.
Pastry hour. Spread or flute whipped Mauna Loa
thrusts It great bulk
2 cups cut up rhubarb cream over top. ,. 13.680 feet above the surrounding Prospective visitors to Mount TO coot BURNS
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Flour A simpler combination than eitherof 1 Pacific. By eruptions in its summit McKinley National park probablywill SCALDS
CHAfiNG
.
I 1 cap sugarLine the two given thus far is this one crater and by flank outbreaks it is make the trip to Alaska by epphr soothing and

pie pan with pastry. Wash of baked tomatoes and banana tarts: constantly adding to its mass. steamer from Seattle. To use the forting GRAY'S OINTMENT with
rhubarb cut in small war constructed Alaska highway its wholesome antiseptics and na-
and peel ; Baked Staffed Tomatoes. In action Mauna Loa is even
through Canada ture aiding medication.Nothing else
requires a special
1
pieces. Flour a (Serves C) more spectacular than Kilauea. and like It-nothing so comforting
permit from the Canadian ,
pieces until they 6 medium abed tomatoes steam vents continually send feathery govern- pleasant for externally caused skin
are Quite white 14 cops shrimp or crab meat clouds into the air. Extending menu and permits are not yet troubles. SSc. Get a package today. d
granted to motor tourists. Business
i. then add sugar. flaked northeast and southwest from the
Mix: well and 94 cop thick cream sauce summit are volcanic rifts with men. settlers and bus passengersmay :npcsox

r. place in pastry-. K teaspoon mustard many deep rents formed by earth- apply for permits to L. E. -

. lined tin. Cover 1 teaspoon salt quake and eruption as well as many Drummond Traffic Control Divi- 80TE.
r: with lattice stripsof Fine bread crumbs brilliantly colored spatter cones sion. Alaska Highway, Edmonton. .
THANKS Joseph Car- Alberta.
I crusts and Batter dinal MIndszenty primate of Honrary some 200 feet In height Twice since !!
bake in a 450-de PaprikaScoop 1880 the City of Hilo at the base of ., Women m
expressed his country's gratitude your toex
j gree oven for 10 minutes, then in a out tomato centers and mix to the National Catholic Welfare the volcano has been threatened by .: unrmmUUltntf period pcair -

423-degre oven for.SO minutes. i half the pulp with shrimp or crabmeat conference in America forsending' great rivers of lava which have IH'" ,. naahet to women, nerro'w CUM, binitrunrevue you to.uulot.
.nat.
A combination of yellow and green cream sauce and seasonings. flowed down the sides of the moun : tired tHl1D s
11,000 meals daily -ta PInkham' vecet&coocr :
is attractive for working into a Fie tomato shells with mixture.Cover tain. !
stud
starving Hungary. .-e- .rmptom..3 j fsn.us
luncheon combination, especially tops with fine bread crumbs dot H' :: Taken purpoMt B
favorites like HALEAKALA SECTION of Hawaii : ncw&rl7-I'iDkham.. Compound
when it Involves with butter and sprinkle with pap- nclpa build
chicken and lime chiffon pie! rika. Bake In a hot (450-degree) oven ';, National park is on the islandof against such dtatras.Tbouaands up n.Iat&Dce ban b
MauL This volcano derives Us : reported beDeCtl"a 5517 eS.c5iyo
Mushroom Sauce. for 20 minutes. ,
Chicken Loaf With name which means "House of the ""'C"" stotaachlo tonic worth VJ1.actl1IIA ;
(Serves 8) Banana Cream Tarts. "
cooked chicken Sun,** from a legend about the Polynesian '" .", l./lKrMJfI=VW tosti
X cups diced (Serves t) .,
who climbedto
ti demigod Maul
1 soft bread crumbs "
4 bananas
cop the top of Haleakala. ensnaredthe ....
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cup tablespoons sugar rays of the sun and forced it to (
2 finely chopped vanilla extract
tablespoons )4 teaspoon
travel more slowly in its course 10'that
pimiento fi cop whipping cream his mother might have sufficient -
1 tablespoon minced parsley C baked tart shells -.. o. es
time to complete her day'swork. 5
H teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons shredded ceconot
Haleakala now rising more
?4 teaspoon paprika Fold sugar and vanilla Into Y
than 10,000 feet above sea level was
2 eggs well beaten whipped cream. Slice bananas into mountain. A
once a much higher
1 cup milk tart shells. Cover at once with collapse of the dome many years VAST FIT Halemanman er May'Ware elJf drredEidaoy I

t tablespoons batter or chickentat whipped cream and garnish with ago. formed a great crater 7% I "Boose of Fire" is a vast pit In AcUoaII"

coconut. miles long and 3 miles wide with the crater of Kflanea volcano, '" alI. -1ian7.:1
Combine ingredients mixing wen B lM4 tar Western Newspaper Caion. = =
walls 1.000 feet high. Hawaii National =
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for use as toppings grind them fine .. "' la5ra'''tr.atk.1'A.dStagg.tua
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and brown them In meat c1rfppJn: \ ,
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Make appetizing > When you're serving roast porkor '", ( WASHINGTON.-Carelessness on erty Is discouraged by a new coat of ...1.... & .*p.eanutt

leftover scalloped dishes O.add- pork chops with dressing. add ;d1 the part of visitors annually causes washable paint which win not absorb -.-.. __.u.0& ....Tsf .. '
of leftover meat to them. that special, touch to the dressingby ..;> ;,, untold damage In the national lipstick and a wire enclosure ktdae7.r ai N.dder.'smetr di..eeie5......... -
tug pieces ea Me lisa..eaby
Pork with corn, beef with green using a few chopped spinach parks according to Newton B. around -the stairway designed to ,:

beans lamb with tomatoes. etc.. are leaves. HOUSING PROBLEM lost Drury director of National Park prevent writing on the -statueo'nfartunate17 kWa.ys DoCa a....JE&eS 1aarwIf.a. "ii-i.ewesb k51p .olo.., Jualit

an good appetites aattsflers. When making biscuits do something as though the housing problem service. ," Drury: continues wane TM7 lava led saee t1.a Ma asale

Veal la KIng takes on special different and roD the dough out weient bad enough the Los Asv Careless damage by visitors he "similar protection cannot tx -'fi .':::-. ,=
a dressed with la a rectangle; spread with orangw reIn home and banding exposition adds has been noted' in such widely given the delicate hot spring and ia r.eywr jI-
glamour If It's up sHy
and mushrooms. This marmalade and roll as for Jetty roIL sponsors this hat composed different places as the Statue of geyser formations ia Yellowstone. JBSr.
eyed almonds
: Cut and baked slices in oiled pan Liberty national monument and Debris thrown into
may be served to patty shells or a f hammers, saws, T-square, the pools in DOANSPILLS
! for pinwheel biscuits. Yellowstone National park. some .
noodl ring. blueprints- nd Cowers. cases actually causes'e% Jo.sIonI
.. --. Vandalism, at the Statue of LI1>- that have destroyed pools.** ;


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t ., NOTICE OF APPLICATION_ :FOR NOTICE TO APPEAR I The straggle for Truth makesone There is no mortal truly wise I II I
c. 1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
DEED
TAX
k_ ,1 NoticeIs- hereby given that ;J. O TO strong instead of weak resting and restless at once; wisdom is the

Wolff the holder of the following cert- ESTHER ELIZABETH SIMMONS Instead of wearying one. repose of minds.
oj t incite has filed Mid certificates for a e/o Rtnlo Station ;
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.",: .. .,f k ., _; tax deed to be trued thereon The Gastonia. N. C. -Mary Baker Eddy. Lavater. New I
,:".:,,1 :::._':' ;!; Jertlfleate. Bomber and years of luo'f1' TOil are hereby required to file your
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; the office laOkeechobee.
i j a ance. the description of property written appearance at my
-'.. "-'. and the name in which It wan a weanedire Florida on or before ;July Absence of occupation is not rest; Come unto me all ye that lab-
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:"".""', ":- :',. f, Certificate as follow No. 773.; Tear of n. 1947.filed to against Bill of Ton Complaint by Jlmmie for Simmons divorce A mind quite vacant is a mind dis our and rest heavy laden and I

,.. '; ;" Issuance 1929.CrnUicate in Circuit Court Okeechobee tressed. will give you 80 KD
i ".. t :So. 2125, Year t>tlaananc I County:: Florida. IB default whereof .rest.Matthew 11:28.
t :. 1933. I Decree Pro Confewio will be entered -COwper.
t Description of property: Okeechobee News la
I f I against yon; the
1. ,.: : S\V;4 of SEVi of SXVVJ. Section 29. ) designated as the newspaper .which.
." Townahlp 37. Rinse 35. containing |I this Order shall be published once a REPORT OF CONDITION OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK .f Okewho-
; ;. 10 area more or leas I week for four consecutive week bee....ta. the State .f Florid at th* cine .( bcdae *. Jane S.. 1S4T.
Y! ; ; Name in which assessed. Okeecho1 I Witness my band and official seal Oliver Tractor
Company 'at Okeechobee. Florida this 18th day ASSETS
: Cash, balances
with other banka. Including balances, and
All of aid property' being in the of June. A. D. 1947. reserve
:" i County of Okeechobee State of Florida. ''MABEL HAULERSON SHEFFIELD. cash items in process of collection S 21SR SXSlJ1
x certificate .Sute. Government obligations direct and guaranteed fis 21RT3
Unless inch certificate or Clerk of Circuit Court.I .
: I 'hall be redeemed according to law. the |J (SEAL) Okeecbohee County. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ...._ 178.97&OO
V described in such certificate I Other bonds, notes, and debentures _____________*____ none
property highest Wiry Sehulman Corporate stocks (including (none) stock of Federal Reserve Bank)
or certificate wU be told to the Plaintiff. none j
bidder at the court house door on I Attorney for 11. 18) Loans and discounts (including (none) overdrafts) _______ 30a.27S.s: USED 20 DAYS
Jane 20 27. July 4.
( Bank premises owned S4.400.00
; the first Monday In the month of AUK furniture and fixtures t5.gg.S4- 10.362J4
t' sat 1MT. which is the 4th du of August (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed by bank)
<'t, 1MT Real estate owned other than bank premises ..TT none f
Dated this lit diy of Jalr. 1MT.MABEL nf THE COUNTY COVET OF OKEECHOBEZ Investments and other assets Indirectly representing bank premises -
,'. BACLERSOX SHEFFIELD. COUNTY. STATE OF or other real eltate .....,.._____ Done Rubber Wheels }
,r: teal) Clerk of Circuit Court of FLORIDA. Oth"ae"etaUmbmty. to' tM bank en ." PttncM outstanding: none 13-26
Coantr. Florida. _
Okattbobe .. .
< By Connie W. Kanleraon. D. C. CHAS. M. WILLIAMS as agent for the TOTAL ASSETS""ZIIIIIII__.IIIIIIII't _=:;:.w "- ;; Loo.m'I

n Ritter Box Company a corporation.

( ; IH THE CIRCUIT CR LTt10ORIlE Plaintiff, Demand of Indl1'doal. partnerships: and corporation_ 5.'iS.nut
NINTH JUDICIAL 'I. Time deposits of indlvldsals<
; partnerships and corporations ____ 91.818.19
i CHOBEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. AT II. L. CHANDLER. Deposits of United Sute Government (including postal savings)_ 4.! .u.11
LAW. NO. MT I Defendant Deposits of States and political subdivlaions 631.3S1

DOMAIN NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Deposits of banks_______ __ lIon
NOTICE IN EMINENT By virtue of an execution Issued out Other deposits (certified and ___HIT ___
ffleera'
TilENAME. cbeck., etc.) 7.353.26
PROCEEDINGS OF THE IN STATEOF of and under the seal of the CountyI TOTAL DEPOSITS __ ______ 51.325141.93 Bush &. Bob DiscHarrow j
\ FLORIDA. | 'V>urt and directed to me said execution Bills payable .Discounts. and other liabilities for borrowed money none 1
having been leaned in favor of Chas. M. MortglCH or> other liens (none) on bank premises and (none) on

OKF.ECnOBEE COUNTY.Florida i Williams agent for The Ritter. Box other real estate ____, ________........._ non.Aeceptan,8 .
.aubdirtclon of ; Company a corporation, against H. L. executed *" or for account* this bank and outstanding: none
Petitioner I Chandler. I have levied upon and will Other liabilities ___ L500.00
j '1" offer for sale at the South entrance of TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations
FRANK MOLLIXEArX and EDNA M.MOLLINEAUX. }t tube I Courthouse in Okeechobee in thei shown below) _._._.., 1.326.6-i1.93
his wife et al said County and State on the 4th day CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Defendants I af August. A. D. 1947 between the legal SurnlSl, _______ 50000.00 V7,
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TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.AND hours of aale. the following described -r- *M1 IVkA fall
TOa 'property, situate lying and being in Undivided profits; :=::=ZZr =- TTTTT!==:=::=:== 4: :
( ) The following named person and the County of Okeechobee. State of Reserves (and account fur preferred capital) __ none }f
parties who are resident of the State Florida to-wit: TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __ 740719S
*f Florida, together with their respective I All that part of Lot 7 lying!' outside XMA LIABILITIES AND piTAL ACCOUNTS ._.--=== 1.400i71&91: :
place of residence: of the plan of reclamation of Eagle bank's capital conaists of:
Frank Mollineanx and Edna M. Bay survey according to plat thereof First preferred stock with total par value of (none), total retlreable
Molllneaux. 2125 Broward Ave I recorded in Plat Book 1 at page value (none)

nue. West Palm Beach. Floridacud 31 of the public records of Okee- Second: preferred stock with total par value of (none), total retlrable
(b) The following named poD I'I chobee County Florida. value (none) Will Sell at Good Discount
rao Capital
parties who are believed to The satisfaction of the said execution notes and debentures of (Done)
reaidenta of the State of Florida. and I and the accumulated costs in Common stock with total par value of $50.000.00. t
irboM last known addresses are a* set j I favor of the assignee and holder of said HEHOR.ND..bllet" .-\
forth below, and all persons claiming judgment. pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 618.023.5O
sly, through or under them: Obligations subordinated to claims of depositors and other credit-
A. Heidegger and U married. N. O. STEWART. Sheriff ore not included in liabilities_________:_"_ none
1 Mr*. A. Heidegger. 37 Main Okeecholiee County. Fla. *' S. II. MeDougald. vice-president of the above-named
Avenue Delawanna. New Jersey (June :!T, July 4. 11, 18. 25--Ot) smear that the above statement Is true. and that It fully and bank correctly do solemnly rt'pr.ilE'ntA .-

II t And to all persona and parties baring the true atatp' of the several matters herein contained and set forth to -
TOWNES \
t or claiming any right; title interest, the beat ot my knowledge; and be>ltd. C. C.
estate, mortgage or other lien to or on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE S. II. McDOUGALD
1 tboae certain panda of land in Okoerhohee NINTH JCDICAL CIRCUIT OF Correct-Attest: BOXlJupiter :;
County. Florida which are in- FLORIDA. AND FOR OKEECIIO- I J. O. PEARCE.
.t r eluded in that portion of Section U1U9C nEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. C. II. McNCLTV.J. f( ; ;
7! f. e State Road 59 (Oil from State Road fOnT TO QUIET TITLE M. ROE. SR.. Fla.
79, Formerly State Road 8. Northwest- FRANK CHANDLER. Sr. Dlreetor ,
i' a ly to a point near or at Basslnsfrr in Plaintiff .state of Florida. County of Okeechobee, ss: No.7'
3 PHONE
Okeechobee County. Florida. as 1000 tl'd. vs. th.rVSmn 8 i '
I surveyed' and platted by the State Road I C. M. HIGHSMITH. ET AL certify officer or director of this bank. .
I Department of the State of Florida. and Defendant. Bertha B. Burgatlner. Notary Public. '
; shown by Location Map and Rightof Ural) My commission expires Hay IS.! 1931. :
i Way Map thereof on file In the office ORDER TO APPEAR

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In audi THE STATE OF FLORDA: _, .. , , -, -
1 for.: Okeechobee County.' Florida true TO C. M. HIGHSMITH and his wife -, '- i --or , ----- -- ---- "j ; :
copies of atd maps being attached to if alive Marshall N. Hunt and his wife F .
1 i' the Petition filed in the above e titled If alive and if such persons are dead
I cause on the 26th day. of June. to their unknown heirs. devisees legatees ;_;,,;
: 1947. by a political or grantees; and to all persons -,
OkeechobeeState of having or claiming an interest in the '
:, against you and each of ,.ou. seeking I following described lands situate lying 1 .
to condemn for public road and highway and being In the County of Okeechobee, '
: purposes the said parcels of land State of Florida to-wit: :
tltuate. lying and belayore Okeechol>ee Lots 9 and'6. Block 137 ate of /

County, Florida, a particularly Okeechobee, according to plat recorded
described as follows: in the public records of ':. r' r', _
PARCEL NO. 1. Drainage hitch Okeechobee County Florida. ;:t '
Station 72 and TS.0 that part of GREETING: ./ ; {
i NEB of NEU Section 18 Township Frank Chandler Sr.. having filed In '- : -
1 37 South. Range 33 East which this Court his sworn Bill of Complaint : /
"I lies within 20 feet on each aide of In this suit the nature and purpose of .
t a ditch centerline described as; which is to determine the title of the t .?.. '. .
I Beginning on North" line of aald Plaintiff to the land herelnabove described Y'> ...
s- Section IS at a point 165.77 of tn be a good and sufficient absolute i: 11.
I westerly from 'Northeast Corner fee simple title to have all :
said Section 18 and running South claims and Interests the Defendantsand :" ; .
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Stt degrrea-0 West 1497.6U feet to of each of them In and to said lands .:- ..oIIIIi' ", "' ,_. _
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end of said ditch and containing passed upon and determined to remove -- t1 !i"; "' :
L38 acre more or leesALSO clouds upon the Plaintiffs title to said -_ I} <
land to quiet and confirm the Plaintiffs ::: ?14
I That part of NE nth.f Section title thereto, and in which Bill 1 ", ) 'A :" : rye'
18. Township 37 F. Ranee 33 of Complaint the Plaintiff states that ? : '
East. lying within 40 feet each side he believes there are persons interestedIn ';' : ? )\ "
of the centerline of a ditch: said the land bereinabove described and "-' -
f centerline being described with ref- having named therein certain persons : '
once to the NE%, and SEU of SW ss known by name to him. the said !
i lion T. Township 37 South. Range Plaintiff but as not known by him, the s.
33 East and said \ % of said Section said Plaintiff, other said persons are \
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t 18 aa follow< dead or alive, and as believed by him. .
Commencing on the North boundary said Plaintiff if living, to be Interestedin _: r. .
t I of said Section 7. at a point2M9.9 the. property and premises herein involved : ,
i : feet East from the NW corner and herelnabove described and .. '..... "'
r of said Section 7, run thence if dead to have been interested therein: ? -.
South degree*-17'-30" East, a And having made all persons having -: ... -
,. #4 1 ee36 2143 feet to Station or claiming any interest in the above IPsVif: :{l
1., 1UX33! on the survey' line of State described land parties Defendant to : : .
Road 59 (66). Section 9109-201 for the said Bill of Complaint: .
I POINT OF BEGINNING of said And having demanded from the Clerkof ,
ditch centerline: ran thence South Circuit Court in and for Okeecbobee The late
'G. 83degrees--421-30" West a dis County' Florida the making of an order }
I of SO feet, continue thence South requiring such persons and partiesto .
& & degrees 00'-30" East a distanceof appear to his said Bill of Complaint "
t 2030: feet: Thence South 13 de- upon a day not less! than twentv-elght
% It! gres- 56"-30" East a distance of days nor more than sixty dive from the
1; e' 1315: feet more or lees to the North date of the making of said order: .
boundary of said NEVI of Section IT IS. TIIEUEI'OUE. ORDEREDthat 1 > Jars MR. JAY-WALKER .1/ -:
t' 18, Township 37 South. Range 33i each and every the Defendants 1 _' ,
Kastt:: continue thence South 13 degree above named! designated and specified % / Ii \\ -
66-SO" East a distance of 1240 are hereby required to appear herein to n 1 '
feet more or less to end! of said ditch the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein :
i centerline. Right of way of ditch filed on the 31st day of July. A. D. Th '
Including the land herein described 1947 and that this order be oubished In : f \\ : ;
I contains 2,27 acres more or less. Okeecbobee News, a newspaper of general '. J Y' -
j PARCEL NO. J Right of Way circulation published in Okee- .
i All of Lots 1. 2. and 3 of Block .V. chobee County Florida once a week -1
l B ia New Okeechobee Uelfhts. Section for four consecutive week
A: a subdivision of the SWH WITNESS my hand as Clerk and theSeal .r.
II of Section 8. Township 38 South. of said Court this 25th day of i"' '''' -
Range 34 East as shown! on plat June. A. D. 1947, at Okeechobee In the ', : :::; Ji' .
recorded In Plat Book 1: Pace 24 County and State aforesaid. '''''' ''' ;: 4-' '!, .r 1 .
a of Public Records of OkeechoUee "" ; ... W. Jo-0' .1

County', Florida containing 0.18 MABEL RACLERSON SHEFFIELD. 1' 1''' t .',- .. <{. '_' :;
acre, more or Ie... (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court '"
You. and each of you. are hereby Okeechobee County. Fla. ', '
I' commanded to be and appear in the By Connie W. Raulersoo. D. C. M" "''-' if ;jt,;
Circuit Court IB and for Okeechobe Mary Schnlman. at- '
County Florida. at the office of Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff He just couldn't wait for the green light of safety Anyway _

of said Court tn the City' of Okeecho. he'd done it times before :"
many between
r even blocks
I be*.. Okeechobe' County. Florida. on -so
n before the 28th day of July. A. I>. : he dashed through traffic and straight into the obituary

.1 1JM7. to show what right title. Interest.or '1fUth; column. 5
lien you. have "
;, Ii to-any ofiiid above described parcels '':. :-. The tragic part of it is that he is only one of 195 pedu-
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of land and to ahow cause why the < ,- trians killed in Florida traffic
same should not be taken for the uses accidents in a single year-

and purposes set forth la said Petition r- the first peace near, or M% of all traffic fatalities. That
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I to-wit .. right of way and drainage y-- means one out of three
\ every killed
.. ditches for a portion of Section WOO -, :; .:"- Mr. MoJoriltOISIKVI were pedestrians
t &f State.Road 69 ( Til. formerly State Road & Nortbwesterly Never that r
assume drivers
car
will be
to a Point Near. or at. Bansenger concerned about your
; In Okeechobe County. Florida aa r41I safer,. Make it your personal responsibility-and lift ,
.-;' located surveyed and shown' on said "' -. Wi'6IYtc longer.
naps or plat herelnabove referred to, "
*r default may b* entered aralnst you, ';---- a a4u1 Cross at clearly defined crosswalks. Look both
WITNESS my hand a* Clerk of the : .. cross in the middle wars Never ,
fi'. .. Circuit Court In and for Okeechobee '-.; of the block or against traffic -fznats. ,
County. Florida and the Seal of said Never walk on the highway when sidewalks
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of June. A. I>. : -
Court thU the atith! day
4.llca you must then
always walk fa sing traffic .
in Okeechobe :
1MT. at Okeechobee. : r U IntoxiQted. Keep off hIzhwa,. ;
Florida
County, : .
Z'-. ., -.. A Don't become lithe .'
late Mr.
(Official Seal JARS ""' Jay-Walker. _
MABKL, RAULEKSOX SHEFFIELD. S- All <:'-: -.. .-----.... _
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6 and for Okeechofcee!! County Fla. CAPS, j ..
';. T.V.. Conely, Jr.. : .

1;,' Attorney for Petitioner-, LIDS and j-'; '*;,< J 1

E: STATE OF FLORIDA. Rubbers1"5QRE .
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OKEKCHOBKK
COUNTY OF .
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J, Mabel Ravterson Sheffield. Clerk < ; ,,' ,O .
of the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial ti ; 'a ,
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Circuit in. and for Okeechobee! .. .
County; Florida do, hereby certifythat
the above and foregoina: ia true
> and correct copy' of the Nolle in Eminence Canning Success
y Domain Proceeding Issued on
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g ;:: ", case of Ukeerho bee County. a political when you follow
_;::. 'a<:t''ti. ,subdivision of the State of Florida. T*. f _
I :;. 'i "- "V,Frank MoUlaeaax and Edna M. MolHicaux. ;instructions in the Bali
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appears
:,._ noa Law Case No. 681 A'
:----i, oa file la this office. grocer's or send
WITNESS my hand and official seal your
Okeechobee. Okeechobee County lot with name and ''
da. this 2flth day of June. A.. 1>.
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address to: -
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