The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ti-. 33, No- 9 Okeechobee Florida
Friday, July 18, 1947
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f.- Legion And VFW Summer Bible School Minutes of Regular Representative W. J. Ca-ndid t for
Is 'I
Will Begin Monday At Hendry Left Tuesday For Attorney General Sfegan
4 To Purchase Site The Methodist Church Meeting of'County New York CityRepresentative
: For All 4-H Club. i

, <: Of Club Beginning nine o'clock on Monday the Methodist morningat School Board Given W..J. Hendry left
* Country Tuesday for New York where he Members For Week s I
church will hold its summer Bible went to attend the meeting the

school during the entire week,' Atlantic States Marine Fisheries J
.. At a joint meeting of the American from 9 until 11:30 each morning. BOARD OF PUBLIC tate-onS Association "Watch Your "
; that met Step! That
there this advice ,
,'. ,:- Veterans The Board of Public Instruction
Legion and of Foreign Young people of all denominations weekMr.
effectively used
Hendry drove to Fort by railroads,
; ,;: Wars held here Monday night are invited to attend this, at a special meeting held on June la I
:,. Pierce where he took the Florida being Impressed upon rural lam- !
t ;.= the organizations voted to purchase school, which has been carefully 30th and regular (meeting July East mea
Coast train. by 4-H Club members
f aa a
;-- : the building and seven and one planned and staffed. The leadersfor 7th, transacted the following business ,
1. "'' % : He will, go over the bills passedby slogan for National Farm Safety i
halt acres of land formerly knownas the various age groups are as 1
the last Week July 2026.
session of the Florida I
:: The board
Joe's Country Club. The purchase follows: accepted the following
f._. bids on materials Legislature pertaining to the In- Thewarning Is given as a. result f
'. price was reported to be $8- Three year olds: Mrs. Standiferand to be used in the
dustry at their meeting.Mr. [ of farm and
construction surreys
\i- of
000.00. Mrs. Chisholm. a Negro school ,
Hendry assisted In which show that falls
: building: passing injury more
r Four five and six years: Mrs.
The property is located just laws creating the Association dur- farm people than other
( From Okeechobee Hardware any typeof
H. H. Raulerson and Miss Ernest- : Ce-
north of town on State Road 29 ing the 1945 Occident
ine Hunt. ment,. reinforcing steel .steel win- session of the Legisla- Falls on stairs and
and is well suited for the Legion dows, nails. ture and was appointed a memberof steps or from vehicles are the most
Seven and Eight years: Mrs.
and VFW. They will have suffici Faglie and Dorothy Stewart. From Oeechobee Builders Sup- the committee by Governor common, many of which are due to f
ent room for their meeting hall Caldwell. carelessness And disorderly condition .
Junior and Intermediates- Mrs. ply Company: All doors wooden
,,? .- and also for dances which they ex- Boyles and Alberta Louthan. windows and mill work. He also assisted in creating the of stairwaysworkshops and
pect to put on each Saturday nigh Gulf States Marines Fisheries barns.It .
Handcraft in charge of McKIn- From Charles E. Smith: Con- As- R. W.:(Dick I
Beside the dance hall and their ster Roe. crete blocks sand, rock and roof- ociation during the past session of ) Ervin Is estimated that more than
I { meeting place they will have the Legislature. .
plen- Recreation under direction of ing. a half million 4-H'ers are receiving -
; ty of room for Rodeo's and horse Boree eral, one of Dick Ervin's major in
Mrs. Boyles and Nancy Boettger. Lumber Company: All assignments training safety work this
races which they expect to put on related to the law il In addition
Secretary for the course will be framing materials. Erwin of year. to checking farmsteads -
about twice each year with the i Alberta Louthan. Action on bids for plumbing and Announcs counties and county officials, and i for accident and fire hazards

<- Rodeo pens and grounds being electrical work, and lumber, other In this connection he was in&trur. I club members practice and

much enlarged. than framing, was deferred until a Candidacy Office mental In the preparation of opin- preach safety In driving, walling

;. Another Improvement they plan 12 Amendments to future date.Howard ions facilitating the financing oflocal 'on highways, and handling farm

/; on getting underway on the Lightsey was appointed post war projects and in the :machinery and livestock.

>:.., grounds In a baseball park with Be Voted On Next school bus driver for the Eagle Attorney GeneralPALATKA correction of many inequities in As incentives for superior records -

j. grandstand and seats to a< 'Omo- Bay route for the 1947-4S school the compensation of county offici of achievement merit awardsare

<'"_ date a large crowd. term. offered by General Motors ia
f Fla. July 17-R. W.
; There was about fifty members November Election James A. Adkins was appointed (Dick) Ervin, resident attorney for als.Miss the 194 National 4-H Farm Safety
}; of the two posts school bus driver of the Sherman Program. Honor medals are provided -
present at the
the state road department and former Evelyn Lee
. ,:e. meeting and much enthusiasm bus for the 1947-48 school term. for a maximum of five membersin
', was An dozen proposed changesin assistant attorney general
: even \V. B. Janitor each anda
: present the Snipes was appointed participating county,
among members for the Florida Constitution stated here today that he
plans to
:.:' were
their new project. of the Okeechobee High School AndThaddeusW.Wynn trip to the Chicago 4-H Club
submitted by the Legislature to the run for attorney general and will .
for the 1947-4S school term. Congress for the state winner.
voters for ratification or rejectionIn formally announce his candidacy
Eight elected state winners will
i'.; Dr. Haney Will the November 1948, general shortly after the first of next year Are MarriedMiss each receive the national award,

election. U of F PreparingTo when he will resign from the road which is a $200.00 college scholarship. -
Resolutions calling for nearly 70 department to wage an active will
An engraved plaque
Direct The Child constitutional amendments were campaign. Evelyn C. Lee, daughterof
also be awarded the county reporting j
t" introduced In the Legislature, but Care for 9000 lie pledges himself to work har- Mrs. Cora Lee of Okeechobee, the most outstanding 4-H safe- j

. Work only 12 won the necessary three- moniously with State and local officials and Thaddeus W. (Jack) Wynn,
in the sate this
InStateAppointment ty program year.
... fifths vote of each House to obtaina Students In Fall to advance Industrial, agri- son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wynn County winners were named In

place on the general election bal- cultural and educational development were united in marriage In a quiet Dade Duval Gadsden. Hardee,

lot.If "" and expansion of tourist and double ring ceremony, attended Hernando, Hillsboro Marion and 1-

of Dr. T. Paul one of them Is ratified, it scenic attractions. He said he only by members of the.immediate Sumter .counties.

Haney as director of the State would be possible for the next Approved construction at the would render non-political opin- family, on Friday July 4, at 'the

Board of health Bureau of Maternal Legislature to rewrite the entire University of Florida totalingmore ions designed to carry out the true home of Rev. Floyd Creasy at 8:30a. The National 4-H Farm Safety
for 1947 is being conducted :
and Child HeVlth and Men- Constitution by submission of onlya than seven million dollars intent of the law, avoiding tecnni- m.

_.tl-Hygtene/. /" rasr-announced here few -more amendments to state- includes temporary facilities- for: calities and. bureaucratic interpretations The,.couple was attended by th la 43_states under the .directionof 'j'-- ..., .

today by Dr. Wilson V. Sowder, wide vote than now are proposed.It the enrollment'of 9,000 students expedite all .communications groom's sister and brither-in-Jaw, of the.Extension Service, : :\,

state health officer. lIe began his would permit a constitutional next September, University officials claims and accounts submitted Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waldron.

t' duties July 7. amendment to revise entirely any stated last week. to him for attention, render all The bride chose a blue eyelet FPL Files 1> _

The new director, a veteran In one of the 20 articles of the Con- Of the more than seven million possible legal assistance to counties dress for her wedding worn with

public, health work, comes to Flor- stitution and was designed to ob- dollars in buildings under con- cities and local units in theirefforts black accessories and a shoulder Bond Issue

ida from his native Mississippi.There tain a general revision of the 62- struction or already completed, to develop their advantages corsage of gardenias. Airs. Waldron _

he year-old basic law. At present, an better than five million is ear- and attractions and. effect econo- was dressed in pink with white -
served as a county
health officer for 20 years. lie was amendment can apply to only one marked for permanent buildings mies and relief from local tax and Accessories and her Corsage, too, Application, ,

t also director of the Mississippi of more than 200 sections and it and facilities'' George Baughman, debt burdens by setting up in his .I was of gardenias.

State Institute for would take that many separate bal assistant business manager in office a local units legal division After a short honeymoon at
the. Feeble- Florida Power and Light
} Minded lot marks to bring about consti- charge of construction, has pointedout. cooperate fully with all local officials Boynton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Wynn The
for wo years. While serv- returned here to the home Co has filed application with the
ing in that tutional revisions by the amend- and law enforcement officers
capacity Dr. Haney have recently purchased E. Federal Securities and Exchange JCommission
ment method. without attempting to
authority -
carried With officials expecting an enrollment usurp
a statewide
program of in for t
; mental hygiene. The legislators also submitted to of 9,000 students for the or dictate in local matters. Ventura. Philadelphia
voters a proposal to raise the pay fall term beginning In September lIe is pledged to treat all citizens Mrs. Wynn graduated from high permission to issue $35,000,000 in !

He la at present working out of Senate and House members from Baughman pointed out that temporary fairly, giving prompt, courteousand school In Okeechobee and has lived new,securities to raise part of the

; plans for the new mental hygiene $6 to $10 a day during the legislative -:. facilities now being completed sincere attention to all mat- here for the past four years. She money required to meet Ita $85- t

In program expected to be carried out session permit the Legislature daily will be adequate to handleall ters t.ubmltted'by them for his was employed for a time at Riddle 000,000 construction program Mc- 1?

this State with federal funds. to set up subslstance payments activities relating to classroom, handling, to protect the traditional Field and since the field was deactivated Gregor Smith, president of the j

Dr. Haney received a bachelor of for its members and provide them laboratory, faculty offices and rights and privileges of the citizens has been employed by the company, announced Wednesday. ;}
science degree from Mississippi four round trips between their utilities. to guard against encroach- United tSates Sugar Corporation, The program !is being pushed in

.. State College: his,doctor of medicine homes and the capital during each Meanwhile contsructlon on each ment of state's rights, tto advocatethe where she works in the accounting anticipation of a growing demand ;i

from the University of VIrginia session. principle of "home rule" for department.Mr. for electricity in the area served

=;r and his master's and doctorate Another proposed amendment permanent buildings as the new local units as essential to democratic Wynn graduated from the by the company. 1
gymnasium, addition to the chemistry -
degree's in public health from would allow retired circuit judges building, and the cafeteria, government, and render full Clewlston high school. He served The securities are $10,000,000 f

Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Supreme Court justices to be as well as permanent athletic measure of public service at all with reconnaissance: wt th the principal amount of first mortgage #t

z and Public Health. His doctor of called back to temporary active grounds, and utilities is gaining times. Army for live yeans, most of which bonds, $10,000,000 In debentures, rand

public health was done In maternal duty on the bench with their con- headway with work begun on all R. W. (Dick) Ervin was born time was spent in the ETO. He is $15,000,000 in preferred stock. :r

and child health in 1940. sent at no extra pay. the projects. at Carrabelle, Florida on January now employed in the United States Part of the proceeds of the sale I

I T: lie Is a life member of the American Only one of three amendments 26, 1905. He was educated in the Post Office. of new securities will be used to -i-

': Public Health Association and proposed by the Citizens Education public schools of Marion, Leon Evelyn and Jack are popular retire debentures and notes of the -t

also is a member of the Americanand Committee won legislative ap Mrs. Patricia Thomas and DeSoto counties and grdauated members of the young set and are company now outstanding. !Smith ,:

Southern Medical Associa proval. It would permit counties to Pearce and O. D. Godwin, from the University of Florida both taking an active part In the said that if the company is able '

tions: Mississippi State Medical Issue bonds for construction of Jr., Were Married Law College in 1928. activities of the Clewkton Recrea- to meet 1 Uptime" schedule the securities -

Association, Rotary Club, Shrine schools and pledge for their repayment In his work with the State Road tion Association among other interests. will probably be offered at

and Delta Omega honorary medical the money they will re At 4:30 p. m. on July 11, Mrs. Department he assisted in draftingand .-Clewiston News. competitive bidding some time In

fraternity.Dr. ceive from the new State school Patricia Thomas Pearce, daughter securing passage of legislation the first half of August. t

Haney, his wife and daughter foundation fund. that has bepefited'counties, cities Methodist Missionary
of Mr. and Mrs. Morise Thomas Local construction to be affected j;
make their home at 1453 Harbor The two school amendments and Oliver D. Godwin, Jr. son of and other local units. Among these Group Held All Day by the issue of the new securities -
Oaks Road Southside. which failed would have abolished were the second gas tax amend- !
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Godwin of this Study At Raulerson HomeThe are; a 44,000-kilowatt addition ia
county school districts and made it ment, eliminating property taxation -
city were united In marriage at Miami and an se.OOO-kilowatt station 4-
possible for the Legislature, by for county road and bridge
Mrs J- T. Hancock Fort Pierce. to be built on Biscayne bay .1
Under- statute, to provide for appointment bonds: laws authorizing advancesof missionary group of womenof near
: going Two Weeks Treatment -rather than election of The brides only attenden, washer state road funds to counties and the Methodist church held an Cutler. The equipment for B.
the latter station has been ordered
sister Miss Rowena Thomas.
At Baltimore county school superintendents. cities for state road right of way all day study group meeting at the
and construction is to be
Olen Godwin uncle of the expected
a The legislators also approved a. purchases; laws financing self-li home of Mrs. IL HJlaulerson, on
best finished by the winter season in
ban on using gasoline tax receipts, was man. quidating toll highway and bridge Tuesday,

Word has been received from for any purpose other than road Mrs. Godwin was dressed In a projects and gasoline tax rental The book "India at the Thresh- 1949.

I ,. Mrs. J. T. Hancock who is receiving building or aviation. At present, : pale blue dress with white assecsories. highways and bridges: laws eliminating hold was studied and presented by

i ; treatment at Johns HopkinsHospital one seventh of the State tax goes Her corsage was an orchid.: tolls on existing county, chapters by the Mrs. D. R. Mc- Postmaster Pitts On

s in Baltimore that she Is to the general fund and schools. Her sister wore a grey dress with city and district bridges, including Nelll, J. A. McNeill, E. IL Hunt, Vacation, Chandler ,Is

, taking a two week therapy course : There will be two more State matching accessories and a pink Gandy Bridge Davis Causeway, 0. L. Hunt, D. W. Cassel, F. W. Acting Postmaster

;r: under Dr. Scott and Is improving Senators if the voters ratify an rose corsage. Mr. and Mrs God- Pensacola Bay bridge and others Zander and J. M. Roe.

in health. amendment creating a new Senate.how win will make their home here. and laws providing for the state A pot-luck lunch was served at
Postmaster M C. PittA left the
At present It Is not known rial district in extreme South FlorIda to take over and maintain city noon to Mrs Roy Druughon, Mrs.
local postoffiee last week to begin
E lone she wH| be required to stay and one to match It in North- One out of every seen workers "street throe rhways. E. T. SUndlfer/ Mrs. C. R. Boyles

In Baltimore where she is stopping west Florida. Monroe County wouldbe in the nation makes his living In He has also assisted in drafting Mrs. J. M. Roe, Mrs. F. W. Zander, a months vacation. He and- Mrs.Pitta

I ;r at the Emerson Hotel. If given a Senator to itself and the automotive and related Industries and securing the passage of laws Mrs. JR. W Cassel, Mrs. O,.L. Hunt, spent last week end with
friends and relatives at Avon PalLW1Ue
t health permits she plans"1 to visit Bay and Gulf counties would be according to a survey by the for highway beautification and :Mrs. Er IL Hunt.,Mrs. J. A. McNeni -
T Mr. Pitts Is vacation
In New York City before returnIng separated from Washington and Automobile Manufacturers Associa traffic safety. Mrs. D. Tl. UcNellTand Miss on
LaRue Chandler I acting postmaster
home. : Calhoun. tion. ,.ilS1} Aa an Assistant Attorney Gen- Jo: Parrish.
I I In charge.
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WDa'are Julia McFarlaa whose htttbaBd. Rich self. You want to be on the alert, ding gown, and Lieutenant Spencer M

: ard disappeared la World War I, leav you know, when I bestow all my Gordon. Army Air Corps, stood at ___ NURSING -

1 tat her with twe children. Ric and Jill, worldly goods upon you. You wantto the foot of the stairs waiting for
Is startled whea 25 later during
rlf' years
the second war, he returns and tens be sure you aren't getting his bride In a new pair of khaki
gypped." trousers trifle too long and a khaki -
her be is wtoj the name of Captain a y f

rt1ft rr' Mickey. Rie marries Sandra Calvert.,a Julia heard it all with a little inward shirt with sleeves a little too short,

,iddelnt...;". diTorcec whom Richard knew t* be ef pang. Richard should be here but there was 'worship In his face Giving First Aids :

la41i;:,: bad reputation. Sandra tells Jill she to give his daughter away! Richard and at the bottom Jill smiled at him
wants 10000. Captain Mackey arrives, dizzily. ACCIDENTS.are bound to bap-;
t edit he had seen her now, he knew what he .off
telling Jill who does not'know wh a household.
EL Is. that beis:, taking Sandra ta,Ric. had thrown aside what he had lost. There were the few hastily assembled pared pen)! It's any Be pre l'
) AIf Sandra inspects who he Is but Is afraid Whatever he had done howeverhe guests and the old. old ; a rare summer day

E of him. Richard tells Jill to 'ten her had justified himself. Richard ,tune played by some volunteer: on that at least one of the chfldrezT;

mother her lst lover" came to can. was having his reckoning now. the piano. They ate ice-cream and doesn't, come.home with a wound

Spang Gordon, whom JHT loves. Is Jell did not see the paper next Mamie's hastily baked wedding of some kind. ...:-

grounded near the farm sad the couple cake the icing still slightly drippy, Do yon know how to cleanse a scraped':
rHzf4l day.There knee} Remove dirt or other objects '
is reunited. from
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was too much excitement. they drank toasts in John L's champagne an eye? Stop a nosebleed? Send for w-;'

Dave got on the telephone and and then it was over and No.Weekly 81. Newspaper Service booklet.}:

I CHAPTER XXI"Dooley wangled a forty-hour leave for Lieu Jill was flying down the stairs It tens how to meet emergencies, '.
:: > tenant Gordon from his commanding again in her faille suit, her hat a bed patient care for the new sorts"-&"-=:.sc{..,
in her hand and stopping to toss and more. Send tic (coin) for-"Pri '
: gets a daughter-in-law officer and Julia came down HOBBY PAYS OFF Two Atlanta school children examine a that Instruction for the Ham*Nhrce 1
bdiNR.. with no warning' at all. and then from the attic, her arms full of tissue her bouquet over the raiL new school design built in miniature by R. F. Snyder, Atlanta businessman. to Weekly Newspaper Service MJ Welt=: .

loses her Just as abruptly. We old paper and wisps of stuff. John L caught it and looked a ., Snyder's model-building-avocation resulted in this revolutionary 17th St, New York 11, N. Y. Print,Bam.* ,;>'-
address, booklet title and No. n. : : -
people can't adjust ourselves to "I've planned since you were five little bewildered and embarrassedas school design which has been converted to full-scale construction ;

LI,LIDG changes in a minute Jill." Dave months old to have you come down Jill went into hysterics of laugh- of rural schools In the South.

said. a these stairs to be married Jill," ter at him. so he poked it abruptlyat

7Tb& "Could you stand the Idea of get- she said. Tve seen you in my the nearest woman and fled. NO MORE 'HOOKEY'Inventive Classified Departaeii;.

,t'a ,. ting a son-in-law in an awful hurry,' Then Jill and Spang were rattling
lorldt Mrs. McFarlane?" Spang inquired. away in' the old station-wagon MISCELLANEOUS
plaC't,, wistfully. "I've only got about fifteen bound for the mountain inn only a Salesman Perfects ,
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'rlollIOlli. Exa roll -
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.' hours-maybe not that long. few miles away where they would from each negative 30e. Reprints 3c. "' :
with jerk spend their brief and time MIAMI FOTO MAlL ?
Inc. Jill caught her breath a precious
Bet: 15M. DeL U. Miami Beach rtetUa..
.el The'JII. and threw back her head. i together.The Revolutionary School DesignATLANTA ,

fentac "She can't get a son-in-law unless last guest departed. Dave began -

,,e bel Sat I get a husband.- she said coolly putting chairs In their places GA.-An inventive salesman who is neither A Safe,Sound Investmentfjuy -:-;::;

throttIrs. and certainly no one has ever and blowing out candles John L parent nor educator paradoxically has devised a rural school I :.

\.-II: mentioned marrying mel"! pulled off his necktie and hunted for from[ which even the most recalcitrant children may be less U. S. Savings BoncUlr":
+treat b "Could we be permitted to retireto his old pipe and Julia went out to loathe to, play "hookey" in future. ? ':= -'r

d totaunt'; some private spot while I con the porch and dropped into a chair, He is R. F. (Russ) Snyder, Atlanta businessman, who .
vince this woman that I love her
sighing with weariness 'and slidingher
t', Mrs. McFarlanefTears teamed up his business with a hobby to produce a school designIn
. f'f'rt"ftG' feet out of the tight high pumps StJosephln/i
miniature that has since been<3
brimmed In Jill's eyes. she had wortRichard ;\.;
't1 tq =: translated into full-scale construc '
"Oh. Spang- mean-you do?
.u tion. The feature calculated to hold'the I I .
'ormebobr i You mean you do want me? You Pays an G -t' -<
. interest of pupils is that classrooms
a want to get marriednowtome
.' Overdue Debt are almost as "outdoors" as -
"yed ? the play-yard. ujJl'lAVIATIO Itrritation f
Irtmenby" Spang took her elbow. "Come John L came out dragged a _
attended f'i'f'if'tr't'trrtftfiiW&MK6WiPIMPLES
Several months ago Snyder // '
' along in here, stupid woman and match down the bricks of the wall
May the southeastern con-
I. Cle I'll put it all into words of one syllable giving her a sidelong guilty look ference hi the interests of Libbey- NOTES ,
Ok !" when the match left a brown mark. /.N.N./V'/N/WigMMMVN/I %
.. ofI'etltf wensFordGlass company and Airport Chatter Externally !
"But how could I know if nobodytells
. "Forgot the paper" he muttered came home with an idea buzzing in Establishment of an "airage"class N/N///IINNM'IAYNN/INAYYY.?MI/
. 00 me? Jill demanded furiously when he had the pipe going. "Dang Are seeking relief from
his head. in Kent Wash., high school Is you such
byIrisi as he steered her out. "I'thought war might be and wouldn't an.unsightlY' condition Start the
over we "Most kids don't like to stay planned from proceeds of the city'sfirst
never would-I practically hat Resinol
you routine
mat know Jt, easy today.
yILdeq he'reasoned "espe- Sky Fair, staged at the Kent
Indoors, ,
!: ed 'ou-Ob, Spang. : Pure, mild Resinol Soap deans-
pur6 y He trudged down the driveway, ciaily when the weather Is 'nice airport Under auspices of the Lions lag makes akin look and feel no2f
tel: r Dave got up and shut the door picked up the paper where the boy outdoors. So why, not bring the club. Highlights of the program included clean.Medicated Resinol Oiatmeat

rlbedCEIl.ty then came back and filled his pipe had thrown it, unrolled it. and outdoors In to them?" I formation flying by 30 navy soothes pimply irritation overnight-

again. walked back across the lawn stumbling He sat 'up nights for two months planes, stunt flying an air style -thus aiding healing. _'" > .
.UOD "A young man has asked you for a little reading the headlines. he building his workshopa show for women, exhibitions of air :
says err
:p3T'% .( your daughter's. hand in marriage Julia saw him' stop and study the two-room school modeL craft and military equipment para. RESINORSTHF .

wit Dooley: Dave said" presently. "or' paper for a minute or two and then "1 opened up the walls to all outdoors chute jumps and a helicopter dem r >.
Htrtl'doni did you hear him? onstration. Colorado communities .
come plunging on. walking headlonginto with the biggest windows pos.
'Uon' She turned then and he saw the a spirea bush and she told herself sible. And I found that twice*or seeking airport improvement
+tf'rdt'j1 taut grayness begin'to go out of her I that was will be aided state
poor old John L. three times more daylight could by a new program
d S. face, color was coming back into breaking fast, that all the excitement be supplied to some of the desks calling for state contributionsto

I of her lips, her eyes were not enor- of this past'week had been too than in traditional school design. help the local communititiesmatch
'i eelrhatl mous and anguished any more. federal funds allocated
much for him. Daylight has an important bearingon tinder -

[ "He tried to save Ric, Dave" she She was lost in reverie when John children's eyesight the 1947 airport program. Despite

.Toit. '= said, "and he didn't tell Jill who I "Oh Spang-you mean-you do?" I. struggled up to the porch, pant..i The sun you know, also can be budget cuts. Colorado still is a.a6'

tile 11 tRIterIL >;' he was. And Sandra knew." tog, and laid the paper in her lap. used to help heat the school during eligible for about $250,000 of federal

I tf "Jill said that she made vague dream reflected in the mirrors witha '"There!". he gasped pointing. cold months. -And the large windows grants. Communities seeking air-

: tv 7.Ea.t'. threats. veil drifting around your hair. "Look there!" I dispel that cooped-up feeling port improvements are T lnidad. PERFECT AU.-AROUHZ .
'This isn't the end. Dave. Sometimes Gunnison Rifle: Monte Vista and
1 was married in a street dress and give spaciousness to rooms. SAW FOR THE FARM
11 Iii'UlIDtoI I think there never will be with a hobble skirt and a dreadful It was not a big headline. Butit I Snyder set up his'completed model Greeley.; A tour of the U. S.

0 off an end. There can't be. while Rich- hat that dropped clear down over leaped from the paper and smote in the 'company's display rooms drland'eld station at Akron.

a.>> t. ard is alive. But he did try to save my ears but my mother had elegance Julia McFarlane's consciousnesslike and invited Atlanta architects and Colou. was arranged for Colorado BUSHMAN SAWSWITH

r,nth of4 a his son. And he didn't hurt JilL and orange blossoms. If this a blow. educational officials to inspect it. ,flying fanners. The farmers and

,taneeIX33E "If Jill marries this young chap, dress isn't too yellow and brittle Enthused with his idea he began ranchers, most of whom piloted SWEDISH

Gordon she'll have other things to 11 ;you can squeeze. into it-we can ARMY OFFICER AND WOMAN addressing architects' meetings their own planes- were guests at a
ad ri'INT think about. Even if the shock LOSE LIVES WHEN CAR flight breakfast after their arrivalin
press it carefully, and It isn't too throughout the state and explaining Stlil BLADE
comes it won't stun her. You heard CRASHES INTO TENNESSEE Akron.
dl eqdegr Victorian not so terribly different his plans to parents' organizations -
% .
her defending Richard though she from some of the Godeyish things and child 'Welfare'KrOuPs: I-

50 : had no idea he was anything, but a !I they're wearing now." His school model featured a whole A lawsuit on file In Santa Monica The ability of the
casual stranger.* Old John I. dropped into a chair wall of glass to the south, with the Calif., court accuses helI- amazing cutting

'5' :1 "Yes," said Julia, hoarsely, "but 1 John I. Catches and was twisting his trembling roof extended to shield the big win copter pilots of using their ma- Bushman for all-purpose Saw makes it work especiallyuseful on the

' ; it the revelation does come will she hands together. dow against the sun In the extremely chines to peep at women sun

defend me? Or will she be outraged A Bouquet "Dooley, when he came here last hot school months. Opposite; bathers 'attired either scantily farm-rough work-cutting fence

IIt n'"eoPS i because I've deceived her? .'Satin," breathed Jill, fingering night I shook his hand. rm so glad without sacrificing blackboard or not at all" at a swank beach posts-trimming trees-smooth,

t w.t:J And surely. DaVe, they can't be the heavy folds of the sweeping now that I shook his hand!" space he placed a clerestory window club. The suit seeking an injunction fast cutting,perfect balance.

..teritnhudtnt\>iltlintj' thinking of being married-now? train. "I never dreamed you'd let Tm glad too John L," Julia high up under the roof to ad against" the llyinc"peepiDC' At Leading Hardware Stores

She knows this lieutenant so casu- me wear this Dooley. And real lace said in a toneless voice. hilt north light. Toms, named as defendant -

ally-she has seen him only three on the veil Let me try it on! Oh. She laid the down In the north room he reversedthe the Los Angeles AIr-
paper and
!JI Net times." I'm so glad we don't have to rush walked out across the grass, under window arrangement and glazedthe ways, Inc., whose helicopter -

11 .At t3 "Now Is all the time they have, things so Spang can get away. I'll the high, ancient trees. She lookedat south clerestory window with mail route passes. near. the club. :-.

Seetlcuge : Dooley remember be really married! Look at all the the thin autumn Sieat-absorbing and glarereducingglass
3' sky and the
ordedPubli, She drew a long breath, and Dave million little hooks! They certainly leaves that were to assure balanced lighting. Military aviation appropriations :----

saw* the rigid lines in her face soft had patience those dayst Dooley turn a little. already beginningto Today, rural schools patterned after World War I made possible the

Itnty'*.' en. She hung up the dish towel and with the sash let out a little it ."Good-by Richard after Snyder' design to first air matt service the start ol
","muaa she said aerial forest
: dried her fingers.Wedding will meet here at the belt! softly. "engineer" the greatest possi- patrol, crop dusting, and Black -
a4-a': "Good-by, my last lover aerial, mapping.
III So Jill came down the McFarlane (THE ble amount ,of daylight Into .
lit )
,tT,'J'llid Plans stairs in her grandmother's wed- classrooms*are actually under Leaf40 Cg a.a o.ov Apl c& a

Ceo For Jill construction In the Sooth. JUST A wa sWCILWU

/foret\ Snyder has a quotation too. from DASH IN 6lATMERS.. OaeCglAapHt
to aba (' 'Can teem Dave" she said. "If one of the world's authorities, on OR SPREAD ON RQOSTS
"TOV'.rt we're having a wedding at Buz ,
lighting to I bolster his theory: I w; 1
1y :; zard's HOI we have to make plans""I'll the of '* ,
"If five
ad,.R from age years, -
have to be married in these .. '
about it says, "children did their reading :
PutPOl.s ; old pants" Spang Gordon .. s a !
..,f greasy and performed their other tasks of x r GIRLS! WOMEN
u k ,
fort sighed when they were in a huddlearound" near vision in the abundant light of w
ate44lrttaerl Btf the kitchen table again. "I / a window in daytime there would ; try this if you're

< didn't bring any 'clothes because '
be fewerwearing or needing
Pkeeeho < eyeglasses
t. a ;' we-expected to be back at base this ,when They finished schooL"He q a ___ NERVOUSOa

I"d.-a..t morning 'And I can't appear out of -Sguues.he may have a hand In

. uniform..even at my own wedding."" putting a good many Of,the nation's HATS Cf K99&-!
pi phl 'I'll wear some overalls Spang." : t children hi that "abundant"' lightin Do female tuDeUODAlmoaUlb'anee. ffijtarto-

: Jill volunteered blithely. She was the years to come.Personality. .make row feel nwrota. tniu&M.o .
i : ; yr weak and tired out-**such tta*at
the.t' sparkling ,all over now her hair tt t- "I 1 Then do try Lydia E. Plnkluun'S vegetable -
at{Ok$- ,:-.I: was as alive as something quickened Compound to rettere such r"l.Jt:: : Coarse ; tooma..tta/of OU tot thiai Takes rcu
: + <.J by a galvanizing current, her lady ptBkhjun'e compound belie
,-{;,. eyes danced even the gilt freckles Offered in School build up resistance *gaiat such diaL *
on her'nose twinkled. "And a bandana tr t- AIM a great ctomacbta JlTIU.1.1IKlIInU.v
j ;):-,, around my head, and the NEW YORK N. Personality = '
, }' bride win carry a bouquet of plg, L courses, designed to teach,students

tied with spinach." 4f how to acquire a "pleasant manner
:' O ," are being offered in 27 vocational WNU-14 !
(Qr I -"You'll do nothing of the sort," : high schools here.The .
r '' declared Julia: You'll have bou- I
and, Dave :'will ransack the program was 'started on recommendation
"qu.K. ; t of employers who Watch
'store, la the morning to fineOjat
F anay said that'"a far greater percentageof ANOTHER FIRST Miss.Ann
thing for Spang to wear and KidneysHelp
: I
iii ttN'r .- .Eleven have a weddlngcake.erewon.t t L. persons lose their jobs becauseof Kirk Shaw. Z3, of Southport
.. personality difficulties: than because Comu, who Is shown
? : be any arch of 4 at the controls i Them Qeanw,the Blend
.. + ;Spang reminded Jill of inefficiency* George F. la the cockpit of a helicop of Harmful Bod;?Wasle -

;::;:_',,lvea have. wedding Pigott Jr.. assistant superintendent, ter, ranks as the first :woman to i Your kttafcj**t. *>taatiy titcriac
>rr ._ "Y : II have explained. sol: a "flying wiadrnHL1 a .- unite matter Item..U.Mood JtrM-B tkidatyn
$;' .B8t< me.: Y sonatina lag to their J-**
1** mouth quivered not art .. Nature intt ; _r. inporitica tkat. If ntaed.! ate/ -
.' : '\hen'tightenedPin Even Faces Are RedAt Need Small Fields i ixm the sad apses tae wtete
: aycteDC
ter"C had been keeping ITo accommodate the personal ,
flier b'
i Symptom mil itattfecpr&teat baek&
...Jto._ .', wear fain This Fire who has use for light
my: Alarm planes as, a. aadaclte,aitackac' r'
"'jltst.o- i
y ,and Grandfa- means of transportation ap sights. ,
\ a "tremendous" 1
... ANGELS CAMP. CALIF. Although "' the eyes feriwf fl =
:. ". -WI.7. and Dooley; number of little airportsare 1 ,.netJ' and kxa et pep sad ..ueattkOtk
;.. the-whole-volunteer ar.-de- needed algae of kidney a biadder air -
,< aD the time that throughout -tfee-aaUozv, ,
... ; partment. 20 men strong, rushed out cedar are_-u1nAra.Iac;.. ntTor ;
-C, again in aF according to William ;.T-; PiperT' tao frequent urination.
J '._,.. son her binds to Charles Kendall's blazing house plane manufacturer and "father-" : There Ib*uid b.ao doubt that pros
the vehicle &raatmBt i wieer taaa :
trailer >
-t, 6f >Ng, OIid better Cd rSELECTED -'- was a total loss of light' plane flying. Piper reportsthat Drw ftfU.Ttear.bare bent wi totArvbicBd

G ,_tysa rd hate to The boys forgot ,to bring the fire personal flying is Increasing In I. tsars than iorty* uai
trucks. The trucks had Taqr have a aatloawide reyutLh'
been lthe
k ... Pus TCut.Onblond' movedto Middle West/ where farmers : UneoQ\.th grat.1uf .-
.... ." and t an auxiliary building and the vol. and ranchers have found that it eraatzy aver. AM p.ar 1Ift.,1
BY _
__ ....... : r- FIeTI01 unt.eersth the old garage emp- solves their Jransporta4ten prob i
,. "1i-" $ assumed; earlier comers had taken lems in the DOANSPiLLSf
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'I winks jour. GIFTED AUTHORS t. ',the trucks. few'and : are"
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You SOME SURE! WANT IT JUUUS GOT A ME TOREAD THE COTTON EARS SO I CANT electric cords are: In remodeling your kitchen it is
COTTON o c. LETTER FROM THFLETTER FOR? \ HEAR WHAT I'M O highly dangerous. If it cannot be a good idea to redesign it as a
BATTING? t HIS GIRL AMD ? READING JULIUS art+l. repaired throw it away and get anew precautionary measure against
/ HE 1 CAN'T To KIM! GETS EMBARRASSED one at once. fire. To do this be sure curtains
+ READ= X. VERY doors and wooden cabinets are not
EASYf..Q Make your own belts. Make too close to the range.
:::. .a'd them in -various colors to match -.--

vi your frocks. Put a layer of stiff You can save many steps by .,,
1 ening between two layers of rib using a tray to carry dishes from :1
o / bon. Sew through ribbon selvedges the dining room to the kitchen.LthiirI.
:o o 'f t-- r. with tiny machine stitch- -
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ip.bdl r \\ i ing.
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electric motor mounted on a ':!
stand or bench often is quite ?,
I JITTER By Arthur Pointer noisy so much so that the vibra- ucioj* -
tions can be felt in nearby rooms.
The cure is a sound-deadening : TsLp
cushion of rubber or felt. Four or
.ti five rubber washers placed under
the base will do the job. -- .--
If you'd like to preserve eggs
c at home by the flash heat method Yodora.
proceed as follows Dip the eggs .
into boiling water for five seconds, ',
i let them cool in the air, then store checks
them carefully in cartons in a cool

fI moist place.If -0- perspiration

you carry stamps in your
purse, fold them and slip waxed odorTHE
paper dividers between the

I REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrne gummed surface folds. Divided THE WAY
__ this way, stamps will never stick i
together. .. baits
? wHAl'S THATSPLASHtN' with/ crMIII Yvdoa
i is eetuailg tooOung to normal Ll.
t MISTER COMBS 1 HEAR? Gf Sprinkle cornmeal on your rugs, No harsh chemicals or irritating
t) 6uMaOIL- co'V ANY B OYSSWtMMIN IN1tT NOOODY .. .9KERii let it'remain for a short time and salts. Wont harm skin or clothing.
( our then This picks up dirt and
Tr WARDEN. IN THERE us FISHES; sweep. Stop soft and creamy, neret get
imbedded in the
ef! MISTER particles. -.- nap. grainy.Try
we gentle Yodon/-the wonderful!
Poisons like lye, insect sprays difference '
W a d'a and disinfectants should be. kepton
high shelves out of children'sreach.

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Doctor Hypnotizes Wild t f'"t'

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I VIRGIL ___ By Len KleU Demonstration-of man's ability ..-.Mq..w.t.e... .
wild animals was given t
i ',t uR RUBBERS sON+ t to hypnotize
-AND LOOK EARS. Eltow. rES .
AlfT physician at
BASE by a Hungarian
1 1'SKTSK. w CO WITH YOU ARE the Budapest zoo in 1937.Chiefly .' }
'OJPCT LOSE 1lEU2GLAMOR .W. .11 w..Od1w.
WITH t 4P. UNTIL V he put into a hypnotic state a
Bi3 D L'RaL dozen of the zoo's most feared animals
including a surly lion:. a
r s bad-tempered swan and. a bear OGLE 8ltA I'
that had mauled his keeper on
several occasions.
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'1 Friday, July 18,1947 =

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/ : (@lttit!1obei' $Iii; IAI.W the To only will science what that God gives doth us will rest.Is

&,-- -Longfellow.Dents ,
..4. ,.. Published every Friday by the FPL EXPANSION PLANS
1. .1 Okeeehobee New Coat Okeechobe,
a food can. unless ao
c' Okeechobee County, Florida. PROVIDE FOR S ins
$ deep as to. cause leakage, do not

'. -..,. : BRYANT BOWDEN i.........Editor FLORIDA'S FUTURE I indicate that the centents havebeen
'< .:. ; coo harmed, according to scientists -
:, GROWTH I of the American Can Company -
One Year in advance .... ...... .$3.00 ? .
Six Month in advance ........ 1.50
--t- Three Months in advance ...... 1.00 xo ...or. ..-.. .- ....-.- ":_-.." .....

Entered as vecond class matter July

2. 1, 1914, at the Post Offie. in Okee- 1'-..... --.... ..... ...-....:..-........:..............-..........-.
l ehofoe, Florida, under Aet of March:
t. 8, 1879. I IJ
Y FOR SALE Poultry

J $4.50 per pickup trUck load de-

g. WHO'S LOONT? livered. Roy Tompllnson, Phone E

I The American form of f overn- r1010aID too #119, Okeechobee, Fla.

... went has lived more than a century
and a half; with one exception : trsas wen LOST-Aligator Sill fold containIng '

the world's oldest continuous drivers license and masonic \
government.In '39 '40 '41 '46 '47 '4e '4D '30 card. Liberal reward for its re

that period the people living Tripling of its electric generating plant capacity since 1939 it depicted above as an objectiveof turn. C. R. BIBB. CAR.
under that form of governmenthave
developed a continent, become Florida Power and Light Company $85,000,000 five-year construction program. In January, FOR SALE-House and lot locatedin L

the strongest nation economically 1940, the combined capacity of all the company's plants totaled 150,000 kilowatts. At present the block northwest of court Rik-v "hd

J. a In the world, potentially the srong- combined output has grown to 278,000 kilowatts. Completion of the construction program will house. House not completed. I r

.f est militarily and :while they constitute push this to 470,000 kilowatts.ther I Write, Mrs. M. L. Fullard, Route
L a small percentage of the 2, Box 476, Orange Avenue Ex- Ze4Vep'

world's population they are being I tension, Fort Pierce, FIa.
asked to support a great deal of aid will be helpful. Initially Hero's a real time sav

the world. that can come from the International -j FOR RENT Furnished 3-room er. Whenever your car

t It's Just a little fantastic to suppose Bank; surely that Institution Social & PersonalMiss apt. electric kitchen, private needs a lubrication, an
f that blind luck can continue can perform some small por- i bath, hot and cold water, adults
a:. for a matter of two centuries and ion of the great good claimed for:! only. $50.00 per mo. Stokes Apts. oil change tire or battery

f so we suggest that it is Just possible it. If its resources are not sufficient Parrott Ave. service, lust give us a call.

1' that on the balance the American there will be time enough We'll come over for your
I. Betty Nell Shaffett, a high end with Gene's aunt, :Mrs. Wilma
have wisely. for government action. NOTICE OF do the and
r people may acted Paris conference school student of Vivian, Louisiana Clark, Chicago, Yellow-stone Na- OF SHERIFF'S CATTLE SALE car fob
But if out of that -
i f Undoubtedly they have done stupid is visiting in Okeechobee with tional Park, Salt Lake City, Reno; Notice is hereby xirea to Whom It bring It back to yowlPAUL
and foolish things but they come merely some more I May Concern and to Herbert
her sister, Mrs. C. H. Eiland. San Francisco, thence to Los An- O. Irwin
r. controls will all owner of the hereinafter
schemes for state we i described
must also have done things' an
cattle" that under
geles, Cal. and by virtue of
opposite nature. venture the guess that the American I Chapter 2377i Law of Florida. Acts
Also' Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Elledge and of 1947. thennftt'rslarot'd as Sheriff of .
will not respond.
We make this suggestion because Okeerhnbee
f children and Glenn Atkinson of proof for the ten County Florida will on the
r:; we have Just been reading last week at Paris was a conference years 19th day of July A. D. 1947. at 110
It Jacksonville were week-end guests purchased the W. II. Russell o'clock" A. M.. at Pace rf'BIdE'ol'e.ast: 1i :
and listening to people who seem dealing with cereal grains. Ok4>('bohE t framed a resolution proposing of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elledge. home on Parrott Avenue and where the said cattle are penned offer
to be proceeding on the theory that moved there last week for sale and sell to the highest and best
to make
the American people are: just dumb strict government controls of all bidder or bidders. for cash the follow
Mrs. Neal Hough was a visitor: her future home. inn one head of rattle, the descriptionof 1
all be registered
'i and stupid beyond all repair and grains, that dealings which together with the marks and
that someone must take them gently with the government that spending Sunday in Lake Wales brands thereon are as folows: ROBBINS
but' firmly'by the hand Instruct the government inspect all private where she went to visit her pa- air, and Mrs. J. A. Abney returned months One (1)old.dark red calf about four (4) Distributor of

i' them in their duties and try to records to see that distribution is i rents. Her father celebrated his to their home here last Friday That on said the cattle" 23rd were day of taken June.Into A.enstody D.- ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and

have them perceive the error of kept in authorized channels; in : 81st birthday Sunday. night after spending the past three 1947. in the range of and near the ATLANTIC PETROLEUM
Irwin Dipping Vat. within
!: their ways. I other words, strict rationing and i months at Hot Springs, Ark., Birmingham Connty. Florida. by the State Okeechobee LiveStock PRODUCTS.

Here's a columnist. lIe feels It government control everywhere. If I J. R. Minnehan returned to his Ala..and Atlanta, Ga. They agents!' Sanitary or employees Board for of failure Florida of the its Phone IIS Okeechobee, Fla.

i unnecessary to prove the dimwit. that is the sort of thing that in- home here Wednesday night from (report a very enjoyable vacationbut owner thereof to dip the same tinder
ternalonal conferences to Brunswick, Gap where he spent state that It is good to the supervision of the said Board and
tedness of the people. He merely are produce againbe in accordancewith" the provisions of
f -:z asserts it. This columnist quotes we believe and hope that the several days the first of the week back in Okeechobee. 1947.Chaper and 23T75w the Rule Laws and of Florida.Regulations Acts of of STOPS

s i ; another columnist 'who asks plain- American people will not furnishone visiting relatives and friends. said Board made in pursuance to said 66'6
Chapter 23775. and are to be sold to
; tlvely: "How are we going to get !red cent.Columnists. During the two post-war years pay all costs and expenses incurred by CHILLS
; t them to see?" to the contrary, the Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz left the nation's motor car industry has the said Board in taking Into custody" 66-6lo ETfilfffBo.
feeding dipping and Pennine said cattle M.UrUI Symptoms
;' What these columnists American people know well Thursday for New York to visit turned out all fcWSglUS
see eo very 4,000,000 passenger cars together with Sheriffs (cost and ell.es you QUININE
l clearly but'what ,they think Is hidden that they have the opportunity to relatives. Mr. Zelmenovitz will and 2,200,000 trucks and coaches ter costs 23775.of sale Laws ail of as Florida.provided Acts by of(Chap ISM7. % 3 MORE .ntTm7liri5' ) c=.: 1.
f- from the American people Is assume the leadership of the world.I ,leave Aug. 10th tot join her returning according to figures just releasedby This* the 10th day of July. A. D. ortKf combined as Tot
that a lot of money must be poured They know something else. It Is home; around Sept. 1. the Automobile Manufacturers 194 X O. \STEWART.

out of this country to other not leadership merely to finance' a Association. July Sheriff 11.of 18.Okeechobee 1947. County, Florida. Subscribe to The NewsNotice
countries and they fear someone journey along the Socialistic paths Ralph Styers and wife of Jack-

will raise questions.It they do not care to travel.-Wall sonville were the guests of Mr.
is interesting to see the record Street Journal.Hawaii and Mrs. Harry Elledge last Mon- I

.. ,. of some of these gentlemen who day night. Ralph and wife were I
;, write columns and gather about enroute to Cuba for a month's va
'' scene of our national
Washington and New York lunch- cation.S. .
humiliation in 1941, bids fair to
eon tables to exchange mutual cone
become the 69th state in the Union. ...
H. McDougald was a visitor
gratulations about the clarity of.
;" their own ,,vision. Generally they The House has approved and the I spending Sunday in Zephyrhllte. '
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,t said the United Nations meant a Senate Is.$xpected to. where he went to bring Mrs. Mc 1t. : .. 4 I
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t;' peaceful world, that the agreements I Dougald home after spending the 9 !! .
U. S. Industrial '
'set up at Bretton Woods Insured plant facilities past week there with her son in ;4
I international monetary stability are worth 20 million dollars more law and daughter.Mr. ,
later that the British loan today than they were In 1939, according -: ,' ,.-

} would accomplish the Job and a to William I* Batt, presi- and Mrs.. Clifford Boyles and

good many 'thought that one who dent of SKF Industries. daughter, Dorothy, returned to

questioned the motives of Mr. Stal their home in Okeechobee after NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the lands post
in waa probably a 'red baiter." The Tampa Junior Chamber of several weeks absence, while Mr. .

There are a good many signs Commerce is leading the drive for Boyles attended an extension
that the American peopledumb a greater Tampa through annexa- course at Gainesville.Mr. .

as they are-will not appropriatemore tion of its outlying territory. ed on the bulletin boards at ,the County Court

money for gifts and loans un- and Mrs. C. B. Ashley, of

til they have a satisfactory answerto Joe Swift, of Mount Dora, cap Portland, Oregon were visitors in
the question "For what?" tured the Forestwood Sportsman's Okeechobee this week, at the homeof
House Post Office and Hall will
r There Is under way at Paris a Lodge gold trophy when he drove Mr. Ashley's sister, Mrs. Allan City be sold at '

meeting of the nations of Western his C hydroplane to victory In a Markham. Mr. Ashley Is a Naval .

Europe. It was called in reSponse free-for-all event which topped a Instructor In the Oregon State Uni-

to a suggestion of Secretary of Florida Federation of Outboard versity. Public Auction on theFOURTH

State Marshall that Europe look tot Clubs sanctioned race on the St. ,. ..,.:;, t
I. Us own resources and plan to live Johns river recently. Gene Elledge and Tommy Evansare -

f' on them before this country be now visiting In Hollywood Cal.

'- asked for further aid. Vernon E. Ramsey, of Suffolk, as guests of Gene's uncle and auntMr.

If out of that ,meeting come any Va., one of the nation's leading and Mrs. Joe Atkinson. Gene DAY OF
; suggestions that raise reasonable distributors of baskets, hampers, and Tommy arrived In Hollywoodthree AUGUST S

hopes that the countries of Europeare crates and other food packages, weeks after leaving home, ..

eliminating commercial andS warns Florida growers and ship having gone by way of Washington

currency practices which blight pers that the freight car shortageand I D. C., New York City, Dunkirk A. D. 1947 at 12:00: o'clock.noon .
their economic.. life, whkh kill incentives shortage of wire indicates delay Ohio, where they spent a* week- ,
'; ":: which lead to hoarding of In delivery and urges placing Mrs. Lizzie Anderson who for-

: gold and strong currencies then of orders now to avoid crop losses merly made her home In Okeecho

:::',: there will be some hope that fur- later on for lack of containers. bee but who has resided at Frost-

; =;.' at the City Hall, City of Okeechobee, Okeechobee,

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In romplian with Charter 129.05 Florida Statutes 1941. the following t
estimate of expenm: were made by the Board of County Commissioner
OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE of Okerbob County. Florida. for tbeflseal year beginning October 1st. i
1947 and ending September 30th. 194*. The Board will meet to adopt the r
SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR .HAVE Budget on Saturday, July 26th. 1947. Sam Helps with -: it.


211-Salaries. Board of County Commissioners SI.500.00
;V 212-Salary, Clerk for Board of County Commissioners -........ 100.00 t
:224-r-Tax! Assessor Commission .... -- .- ,-- -- 3000.00
Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ. 225-Tax collection* commission -.- -. .--T .- __ 3000( 00 in the k Advises
! 216-Salary Superrfor of Registration2191 .._ ... .?, ., .,.,, .._ ROD.00 at Abernathy'aJoat and the mealtime chores is sort ofa
::! -Salary Atorney for County Commissioners --, -. _- -- 1.800.00 the other eTetdag-and there bond between them..like sharing
L. BARBER Manager 213_-Per Diem of Sheriff for attending Commissioners 90(10
Fee was Sam.out in the kitchen with an that friendly glass of bee to-
221- Clerk _
Circuit Court for Administrative Purpose 123.00 } te
wu u 4K 2411-Matntenanee of Court House and Repair., Light, etc; 1.000.00 apron on helping his missus wash gether, when the work is done.If Prepare
2412-Salary Janitor .., .-. .. 1.500.00
2413-Insurance Premium _.. _.._.,_._,....-., 1'00.00 the topper dishes. (And then I one of those little all-Important
261-Expense Election and Registrations ., ... 1.:OO.00 learned later he'd helped cook the things in marriage. ( Declineto ef
2 :2-Legal Advertising .._.._..r.-.._ __ 400.002C4Advertising ;fe f
Delinquent Taxes _._ ..__ .-.- 100.00 supper,too.). From where I sit, the time that

\ ; 2 AdminlatratlTe U-EX B8H. Adrerti-ing Supplies Delinquent and Expense lands reverting--rT-.t .-to Tr.3111 ._County-... -,.. 1.OO.OO:OO.00 Of coune, Sam could have settled a man and wife can spend with !

-Salary Juvenile judge __....-,.-T.r3112 --. -.. 1SO.00 into bit favorite chair, enjoyed each other ia this buy world today assume that the

\\O : :fJ.TR/f" 31:--Salary Salary Prosecuting County Judge'Attorney .... .- 1.:900.00 OO.00 his evening glass of beer, ia all too precious. And the more yields and Inctfeaa-:

1 CA Maintenance County Jail __-._... roo.OO and left all the messy Idtchenwork things they can do together, the products is ap-
361-Inquest* Coroners Jurors. Witnesses, 100.00
419-Salary Jailor 72000 to Dixie. But he kind of likes her better. nd than to take atlon.

P:1 ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA Maintenance of County Cemeteries. 1.200.00 company-and she in torn certainly ," Economistock
Sfi2:-Insanity Inquiries 50.00
553-General Welfare ,._.. 3.000.00 appreciates his help. of the Florida
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1:" Florida's only Resident Military &685 Airport-Publicity Maintenance _.-M....-, .. .,-..- 2000.00 i.000.00 In fact, sharing the housework pertinent Station

I. : Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit Hospital (Maintenance & Purchase of Equipment.) 3.000.00 farmers today,
:\ Salary for Circuit Court Reporter.. r 300.00
-** 811-Equipment for Court House ...? -, .-.-._-.- .... UIOO.OO high level of farm
I .i' Member County Health Unit t --T- r _. .._ 3000.00 Copyright,1947,United States Brewers Foaad uioniISmI
Southern Association of Colleges C99-Reserve for Contingencies - .__.. 1000.00 rd Incomes.h ex-

v, : ... ... ... ... ... ... . ,ot be expected to
and Secondary Schoolsand Total 46465.00:
and some read-
A ia
ices expected.
Association of Military Collegesand PROFESSIONAL
321-Cost Bills Clerk Circuit Court _,_____-_ 150.00 of food and fiber
Schools. of the United States 32"ollt BUI Clerk County Court _-.. ______- 650.00
) + S23-Cost Bills County Judge -_ .. 450.00 now supporting
3'.S-Cost Bill Sheriff __._.___ 3.800.00 tes, but this cannot
Highest Government Rating _'
CooTictlon Fee Prosecuting Attorney ___ L2i0.00 =DIRECTOR -
32S--Witness Fees ____________ ,_._ 230.00 iltely( under preeentFurthermore
An 32!>1-Court Etenogrspher r-,___JU______-_.______..___ 50 00loaoo
,t Accredited 3_""-Other Court Costs ._-.._.___.___._._, ..-.: .-___ anTe
University Preparatory School Sic Feeding and Care of Prisoner __________ 1 1.000.00 demand for dur-
6UO-Reserve for Contingencies ?__ -____. ._ S50.00 and
houses a re-

a-'= l Limited Enrollment "J Total _._?--... .. -,___.,,..____ -__ --- --r--... JS.230.00: IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BURGESS income paymentsmay

+ Separate Junior Department ij: Electric Saws Electric Drills-

s -115-Free Labor ___ _____. _._ __ ,- ___ S12.000.00 Bench' Saws Grinders adversely"amphaafzed
For Information Address 4-.Malnt of Equipment .____...- ._-_....__...:..--- 1.200.00 Welders 10" Lathe that be
4->:-Fuel & Lubrication ____ ______- -....__ 1.000.00 Hand Tools Pumps Supply Co.
'' 423-Gen Supplies & Incidentals ________ MO.OO ting deflation, but
; President
Col. Walter B. Mendel, 432-Bridge Malnt. _________ ..... C.OUO.OO 12" Radial Arm Saw
Mi. Florida Military Academy, 43.1'ulveru _____________.-_._________ 200.00 SMITH era to prepare
V VII: _Road Construction ________________________ 2.00O.OO CLARK J. strikes in order to
2..., St. Petersburg, FloridaFlorida's J a a Res. for cont. ____________________________ 500; 00 FEEDGRAINHAYBABY[[ "
Insurance-Trucks _____..________..____- 500.00 Sales Rentals Service aide. He offered
-. Purchase of Equipment 5.000.00 209 Okeechobee Road .3 to help farmers
Leading Military Academy" CHICKS
trouble if depres-
30.700.00 Ph. 20276 West Palm Beach
Itabll.laed Don develop:-
debts out of cue.for
6.S11-Salary: County Agent -. --_ _...........- ,c-._,_ -._ 1800.00
G.12-Traot1lportatloo Club Members _...... 50.00 produce, even
eld-Res. for Oont. __,..____ _. T .,, 150.00 the living
'' Maint. of Equipment _._ -e.V,: ,,..._ 50000 JAMES' educing
,: tl > :': : Fuel & Lubrication _- ,,___..__--_- 100.00 while.! Debts con-
I I Typewriter & SupplySALES
,)S 1 price levels becomeo
i'A. < '. 2.000.00 U S Tires ,
"i? ; : 'fiW 19 -' : : SERVICENew pay when farm
; .
:t \i"' ', ....pt VETERAN'S SERVICE FEND *._ Furoil Products To avoid being

t t ; J 'Yi 1-\\* '" :" Salary Service Officer -.- -- ,, ,_ 1.CSO.OO Typewriters and Adding Ford Parta ap.ueeze," as many

iiJ. ,>...... [-$'.<.-.. 1-, V V WATER. Y., ', !lachlnImmedIate
<; 'j5&Z&iSjifMs Ur /'_' > ,'_" m. lIMS *- :*$*;". *
i )) .., ri'ND Delivery SEE us.about. incurring
;; .4--: .. : f.""' :: : 702-Interest on Funded Indebtedness.r.-._ ....,_ S14.5O.OO::! >t- for seasonal pro- ,
'.,-:.. .<, .,. -. :}t"ti'a: 1t'0, h' 7*;Commissions: and Expense: _--_ :_::...._____ 100.00 PHONE 1009 OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
"- ;(?' "3t;("I" <" { "' : 772-Payment of Bond. ___ ..... 12.000.00 j

ACon- .>. ,,,ifs", ;..Aiom"- ', ,' f,'":. _. ,',\ '; 774-Payment to Sinking Fund _____ .. ...._.. 15.000.00 103 ATLANTIC AVENUE CO. [prices are still"veryweakening

/- :>Cwoflng/ ':TOi .S'stem.." ""' I :T, 3 Total ...__ r ... .....____ 3- ...:-_____-- 41.C20.00 FT. PIERCE FLORIDA SALES SERVICEP I samefgood :
;_' >atv Tii-nn-r 'y-1'-'i "- O BOX 47* PHONE 44 -
all hem* lnspro '.m.nU. the ia BOA BD OK COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF time# to all J
tollaUon el a ,,eed water soit.ncrpars I OKEECHOBUE: COUNTY. FLORIDA. 'plana.t0 3etirs or -
9nat. dividends ia comiori Attest: l s
end .aopul.Sorln i ia loop od MABEL: UAULEUSOX SHEFFIELD, '
lustily your UT..I- 444
.:t'tvso.r . ... uil.d Kelz
bt lobed
t Iotte. as i '- PHILCOAUTHORIZED Burney -

CONTROLA 1 BUILDERS BELL lAND Formerly 1 priced and cash or
re.nl d.T.lopm.Bt that ..lirnlnattt .- The Board of Public Instruction of pursuant to Section 15 (I). tttpter2065S. own payment can .
Ui. coraplicatcd asiortaitiii cl Okeecbobee County. Florida will receive Laws of Florida. Acts of 1641 .
bids on the steel frame work fora Denmark's [Marginal Viand may
valves louad on most water eolt. and Section 67. Chapter UnTo Lawsof --os
ers. Wcry..'. Aqvamatic Control school gymnasium 'to be constructednear Florida. Act of 1931. k* amended under the
'UttpUS r.fl.H'f-lii> not. B.tor TOil JI\I1'o: ... Warn' : Said building to be 130>xOO'x22. Florida. Acts of 1941, and also paraaant Outfitters ailing in the the vp4 -dat. water soita r. More detailed Information may be secured to Section 42, Chapter :on:. Complete Horn
from the County Superintend Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. at it will not do so -
I RECORD ufs Office All bids will be openedIn amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079 firs. '
ECONOMY the County Superintendent's Officeat Laws of Florida Acts of 194S. andSection ULMER EZELL Phone 115 J. E. Ceae, Mgr. ,..
Tactual (by test iaei.ait_ KO" .with 10 o'clock A. M. August 4th. 1947. 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of : lower prices and 'i
ear ls flr dw b the nor VAN E. LIGUTSEY. Florida. Acts of 1941. aa amended by
.tticJ.-l Sofl miawol with gr.atEXCLIISWS: WAYNEHICAPACITY Chairman School Board Section 21. Chapter 22079. Laws of -.! lness as well 1
w tottcaUi. capacity than standard : Attest: Florida' Acts of IMS. the following them. Since
Kalulal found ia conr.ntlonal oKMT CARL T. DURBANCE. described land In O-eec-obe County. [meet
C.t till details ia -. srlf UT. SOr-iUX MWRAtGILBERT Superintendent and Secretary. 'lorida. to-wtt: tot control prices, I
iisaotsre I el tV slwwrv4I Lots 3 to 12 inc. Block 3. lUrercide'ark. \ =
'i Income
I ou P his
I Lots 4 and :5 and 8 to 17 Inc. Block SihJ- ".' but his
LAW will be ottered for sale at poUe ot- 1* highly efficient
: TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, : cry for the highest and beat cash bid. STOREOnly '
CULBRETH Notice Is riebt of the Board ofCommlasioners produce higher :
hereby given that the un- subject to the
dersigned pursuant to the "Fictitious of 'E ergladea Drainage Package StoreI only the best land ;
Name Statue. House Bill No. 1175. District and/or Board of Countyommls.Ionera
Phone 54Okeechobee Chapter 20053 Laws of Florida. Acts of of Okeechobee County. Bar In Town pa i, planting good :i
ISH I, will register with the Clerk of Florida, to reject any and all bids,
the Circuit Court. In and for Okeechobee at the Courthouse beginning at 10:00o'dock Liquors Wines Cordials varieties, growing'j
Fla. County. Florida. upon receipt of A. M. on the 18th day of Anstst -- ,t crops, and using
the proof of publication of this notice 1947. Easement for drainage and
the fictitious, name to-wit: PADGETS reclamation and road purposes will be PHONE 34 "x [If. aa long as fer- :_ :
SUNDRIES under which I am engaged EAST OKEECHOBEE of farm .
In business in the City of Okeechobee I n&erved.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF Seward Swain ROAD NO. 8 In terms
... Florida. EVERGLADES DRAIN. STATE is now).
Dated In Okeechobee County, Flor-. have risen much .
ida. July 9. 1947. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ill remain hiP t
July 11. 18. 25. Ang 1-(41) OF OKEECHO
BEE!: COUNTY. FLORIDA. prices, exercise -:: I
By Mabel Rler.n Sheffield<
Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida of Atlantic Service Sta. O. K. GARAGE lug labor cull outincrease : t
Okeechobee County.
aa agent for said Boarda. Paul D. Bobbins Owner & MACHINE SER. era, and f
By Connie W. Bauleraon.Deputy by providing good ;
l Wrecker Service nging work conveing -

NOTICE 24 Hours a Day Sale & Service crews properly, !

::6 vfng devices.
1 IS HEREBY GIVEN that Day Ph. t2 NIt Ph.92 or lit c:'and-poultry now,
StillGrowing pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter| TIRES '
We'are 18208 Law of Florida. Sets of 1937 GASOILGREASINGTWIN Dunlop Tires &: Tabs [eec are high. Keep t
aDd inpursuance '
known aa tbe MURPHY ACT. feed
of Chapter 20638, Laws of OAKS Gen. Electric Appliances producers and
Florida. Arts sf 1941. known as the< Stoves Refrigerators Water em ..welL
ACT. the following described Healers ; nee can be made to
land. situated la Everglades Drainage FLA.
for a
Flor- "We Service :men AC .ctorlly
District. In Okeecbobee Cemty. _a =
I ida will be offered for sale at public r .lower prices for
outcry for the highest and beat cash
bid. subject to the right of the Trot : 1lf doe cannot pay
V tees! of tbe Internal Improvement machine and Itiii"
Fund and of the Board of Commissioners ALTO WATFORD & SONSGlfStatifi I> >w
of Everglades Drainage District 'I.That 'I. -- not pay tor itself
DEPOSITS to reject any and all bids at the V North Park
I Courthouse. beginning at 10 KM : bast not to buy ;

o'clock A. 1(. on the 18th day of Ang ; at" this time unless
I net 1M7. Aa to all parcels of |laud Good GaM Gts.: |
I 30 1944 $- 984,716.28 of tea acres or more title to on-balf Package Store easafJ'.
I June of petroleum and three-fourths et GULF PRIDE OIL ( farm business _
1003968.13; ether minerals will be reserved by ;,: nd the
I June 30, 1945 ". Trustees! of the Internal Improvement' Wines Cordials i mnst be Hired as V
I II Fund. Easements for road right .f Liquors V -
June 30 1946 1,240,346.30 way 200 feet wide win be reserved by ALTO'S spse their advantage
I said Trustees from say parcel through Next Door To ;AU Night )nes in times of de-
1,325,141.93 which there .. r'
1947 an existing state road: HOTEL
30 I
June .
--- and easement for drainage and Station 4and incur risk of
I reclamation sad for road '
.have found by helping us grow that will be reserved by the Board purposes ofComminioher PHONE 153 In The Heart Of Town ''I allay per production
people .
More and more .
$ of Everglades Drainage : ""
; Rates .
1,1 and safe. District. Weekly or Daily t
,. banking at home is convenient, economical I DeeerlptUa 'Relieved a good time 3

Lot S. Bock 2. Southern Pl H. enterprises
and earnestly solicit TRUSTEES Or THE INTER -'3 stock f fa
bankingservice I III
1 We, offer a complete NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND '." < ? 4 i 1)Jed'produe at
business. : IDA. i fi riaky

V .1.1I Mabel AGE DISTRICT In Curing andSmoking _gravid; food ,.for Us.v .
County BankMember By RA.WM. Sheffield Ant
!I Okeechobee for Trustees ef tae mine. Needs
nal improvement Fund and Meats PriitiNg :
for Board ef Commissioners
Federal Deposit Imurance Corporation 3h
II' ef Everglades Drainage Dts.tries. .
I : Fiords OkcAchobe County, Also_ wholesale an4

Phone 15 Okeechobee, Fla. 'Retail Cuts. TO AYtAug.1.2

I True rest is. not that of torpor,

1!'II S. H. McDougald, Vice President R. G. Dynes, Cashier II but o that of harmony; it is not refusing THOMAS PKG. CO. ; "Arthur, in,

I "* the st/oggle, bat conqucriiig t Vrs
**<** Parrott Ave.'
C V I In. it;' not resting 'from >duty, but Okeeebefiee' News Kay FrancsCarto6n

finding rest in it. .

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I ; ;Jj CED Scans Reasons: for Failures "Faded Found Red by-,Sky S-Gttjg r

Are Classified

Impartial Groups Attempt 16-Year Study. e

EVANSTON, II.L.Caacinat: F]a.
of Business FlawsBy
'" Study 15-year study Northwestern uahrsity -.. t
: ; Milk Products Fill astronomers reported that.!they:
have classified 44,078 tafnt Peg'

? Many Poultry Needs BAUKHAGE radiated stars, ,or away faded tremendousties suns,. which",

News Atnlytt nd CommenUtor.WASHINGTON. of energy and thus have
,= > Health and Production '
in 'Washington luminosity
.-The favorite game today

y- ," Improved by Their Uset is a new version of "button, button, who's got the button. tOnlY' v Northwestern Dr. Oliver J.university'sborn Lee director._ ;!I

: i for "button" read: Depression, recession, shakedown observatory, said the =;:::>
: ;,L t Dried milk produet.s-drled skim readjustment or what have you-if you have anything.Sen. ._ the most complete
was :ever
t. -: : milk ;dried buttermilk and dried < >
"+-. j cheese whey-are important ingredients Robert Taft as chairman of congress',joint committee on the economic the faint_red stars. Dr. Lee
.; : had questionnaire sent out to a long list of bustess'inea, .1aIIeI'of
f. in practically all commercially report a his associates covered, 54 per
;. -. mixed poultry mashes and are The gist of the report seemed be that there was going to be a business. .. of the northern heavens,

vti Important to farmers seeking add recession but it was going to,be in the other fellow's business. degrees below the equator to &e 2

'' ed quality In their poultry rations. I Frequently it'is too much faith in< north?'pole. '.:. -"-'"

'' Many supplements included In the other felloWs failings and too financing ,taxes and competitive The astronomers used a powerful I.
little regard for opportunity. There are very definite prismatic camera on lOH-incb. ...
feeds added to provide -
poultry are
LV_'; one specific nutrient. But milk prod one's own. that ways in which the business man UNUSUAL GRADUATION TRIO Three members of the 'Sevin tore mounted on the *-

L : : ucts provide many nutrients,and perT causes business might be helped in solving these family ,received degrees at graduation exercises at the Los Angeles Dearborn telescope They made .I.

form several important jobs In a failures. This. Is problems, particularly the problemof campus of University of California. Mrs. Sonya Sevin (center), a49yearold hour exposures on panchromatic;
": poultry mash. especially true management. The CED report grandmother completed her college course in five yean. red sensitive plates photog _
of' small busi- mentions these: Through advice and Shown with her are her daughter Lois, 21, and her married son. 317' separate areas of the heavea "
All three popular milk product nesses. Locating counsel from his suppliers; through Marshall 23, also graduates. Another series of 317 plates was' ..
long have been recog-
supplements guidance .available from the large
natural.ources of some of these"failures" made after removal of the prism.1
aired as rich and trade associations; by. means.of programs These were used to measure obi'

nbofiavin. This vitamin has been preventing them 'instituted by his own community NEWS REVIEWLabor .. brightness of the stars. ;

was the Job re ": y ; through special services Of the 44,076.faint red stars
cently undertaken which could be provided by established -. sifted by the astronomers 2,894 belong

and reportedon counsening'and market re Act Is Effective; In what, are called the advance -

by the Com search agencies within the means
mittee for Economic of the small enterprise; more. ex- these. 1.584 have apparent mapd.;.,
Develop tended research supported by business Weather Hits Corn CropVerging tudes brighter than 10 and only
and foundations special '
ment. 'a nongovBaukhage men ; L210 are of magnitude 10 or fainter.=
ernment. non- courses in universities. collegesand Sixth magnitude stars are tbet: :;
exhaustion after bit-
secondary schools and expansionof on mental and political a '
partisan group which makes studies faintest which may be seen with the:%
of this nature. .the present services offered free ter, ,two-day fight, weary senators voted 68 to 25 to override naked eye and tenth magnitude bodies ,

Just as this organization was by the department of commerce. President Truman's veto of the Taft-Hartley labor bill. are 40() times-fainter than those- ?

completing its work, another some- These are graphically. illustrated in The action sustaining a wallopIng -
what similar group .was setting a diagram.. 331 to 83 house vote to pass the age crops and possibly buckwheatif "On the balls of our material,*. .'
task for itself in the hope of bill over the veto came on the seed is available. Dr. Lee said, "we conclude either
straightening out some of the other Meeting Need heels of a final presidential plea to On upland farms, ponds and lakes that the titanium oxide molecule|J'

kinks in the business world. This Of Badness Sen. Alben Barkley (Dem., Ky.) to overflowing their boundaries also especially abundant In our part cir

was the National Planning association But the greatest problem is how muster all possible forces in the will cut seriously into corn yields. the Milky Way, or that man has app'

4 ,. which Is out to discover how to place before the highly-individ senate "to prevent this bill from All in all, a bumper corn crop is peared on the cosmic scene in an

Value of farmers' grain will be the many firms which, steadfastlyyearIn uaU. hard-to-get-at small business becoming law." considered extremely unlikely, even area when many stars in his vidn=

Increased by mixing Into the and year-out maintain good man the facts, both as to his Opponents of the measure needed with a favorable growing season up ity are going through their tIt&nlami'.roooxide :.
mashes one el the dried milk relations with their employees do the needs and how to satisfy them. 32 votes to uphold the veto and to October. stage.. :
trick. Both propositions are highly. Some authorities have begun to
products. That is up to the individuals in they waged a desperate, last-ditch
Interesting. each community who will take battle to attain their objective. believe that the government's grain ,; -

t-S_ found necessary to health and CED Furnishes enough'-interest to read the report Final result however was a smashing export program should be reexamIned Families Veterans Fern .

x growth in chicks and is helpful in (available without charge from the defeat for Mr. Truman at the In view of conditions existing
a maintaining high 'egg productionand Fair Report Committee for Economic Development hands of the Republicancontrolledcongress. on the nation's farms at present. 33 Per Cent of Population ?L

increased hatchabflity. The Committee for Economic Development 285 Madison avenue New WASHINGTON. War veterans _i

4 These milk products also are high has for its chairman York City) and bring it to the atten- Highlights of a tooth-and-tongue IKE RESIGNS: and their families now makeup 0-
Paul Hoffman who. in private life tion of the local business men's one-third of the "
4 In' lactose or milk sugar. This is opposition fight to delay the senate Goes AcademicGeneral ;0;
Important in poultry feeds because Is president of Studebaker corpora- clubs chambers of commerce and vote as long as possible in order to and within five years they will :.
milk sugar favors development of tion. Directing its research and policy similar groups. I gain support was an all-night ses- of the Army Dwight D. account for 43 per cent Veterans' -;<, .
a "friendly bacteria" in the intes- division Is Raymond Rubicam, The other proposition which Eisenhower has resigned as army administration estimated.; :
the well-known advertl.s1Dg'man. Is in the making, and whichlikewise' chief of staff to accept the presidency "
tines and this helps provide good. Thereafter unless new wars f.
of Columbia university
This organization Is has a purely objective
Intestinal health. highly re-; change the rate the veteran-
spected. It has a staff of top aim is being carried OB by the PROTEST New York, effective early next '
family population will level off ;\
Proteins found in milk products
notcher doing the research, National Planning association, the Tall-Hartley act ffl year. and then gradually decl1ne.ft,1f
have a high biological or growth and Its members lean over which Is also a non-political force only a few boors, scattered His decision to step out as top
promoting value. They provide bal backwards to be non-partisan. non profit organisation. The I protest strikes ..uddenlrblosso..ed man In the nation's military bier Veterans administration com-
ance to the proteins in cereal feeds. puted the January 1, 1947. vet
foil-scale walk- archy to take the
> la fact, at a news conference NPA states as its purpose: Into a
The combination of lactose and high eran-family population at 45.000.-
coal miners.At i I academic postwas
called here to discuss the re 'Planning by Americans In out of 180.000 soft
quality ,protein in these products 000. 32 per cent of the nation'stotal.
port's finding, one reporter be- agriculture basinets labor and least 41 mines were closed
helps assure more complete assimilation It forecast for January 1,

came pretty riled because heeouldD' government. In 10 states. Tbe walkout appeared a
and utilization of other nutrients 1952. 62.300,000. or 43 per cent
& get Hoffman to comment Its study which will probably, to be a spoutaneouS reaction MaJ. Gen.
i In mixed feeds. and for January 1. 1957, 62.500-
on the tax situation, one take a year. is entitled "The Causesof on the part of the min- Floyd L.. Parks.
j And of course dried skim milk, chief of the war 000. or 41 per cent
of the hot-spot political issuesof Industrial Peace under Collective ers to the new labor law.
I dried buttermilk or dried cheese the moment. Bargaininc." department'spublic

I whey contain sizable quantities of There are two reasons why- CED's The project is under direction of relations

calcium and 'phosphorus and the Latest report, (on 'small business) ism two special committees composedof sion during which Sen. Glen H. Taylor |I division. The Jobless Government Girls

other minerals of m1Ik. (Dem., Idaho) held the floor for [ statement s a Id Don't Want to Go Home
eight hours and 20 minutes and Sen. that Eisenhower
Ore.) talked Eisenhower accepted the Columbia WASHINGTON.-Most of the gov-
Wayne Morse (Rep..
Herds and Flocks IiADVlSOItY for 10 hours and two minutes. It presidency ernment girls being thrown out of -

For Greater Profit was the longest filibuster in mod- with the approval of the PresIdent work by federal budget cuts don't
em congressional history. end the secretary of war. His want to go home If they can help it
t Biggest single labor saver for resignation will become effective At least thats what they tell their
1 poultrymen is water piped to all PROGRAMS COMMUNITY TO The Taft-Hartley act which con- "at such time as his superiors may personnel advisers at Arlington .
i buildings and to the range. Use'auto- AssoaAnorl IMPROVE BUSINESS PART. stitutes a wholesale revision of the release him from active duty In the Farms federal housing project for ;' :
n, f .Jr' '>-THa1re.floats at drinking fountains GUIDANCE EFFICIENCY I7Mp Wagner act of 1934. was termed by army.- nearly 4,000 G-giris. and at the I

t I to control Want: flow. Sketch showsan President Truman in his veto message The man who mapped the strategy navy and war departments. :

automatic"Waterer made of an a "shocking piece of legisla- which brought victory to Allied Furthermore many of them say
oil drum mounted, on skids suitable tion." lIe asserted that the measure forces In Europe in World War II they have enough money to keep

:r for use on range. I ist&vlcis would "cause more strikes not will retain his rank as a five-star them going during few weeks of
MANAGEMENTCOUNSELING> fewer," and would put the countrya
general for life and continue to receive Job-hunting here. ;
t inost SERVICES long step on the dangerous road a compensation of about "We are amazed it the way these
S1JPPUW toward "a managed econ
totally $15,000 a year. girls have prepared for this situation. -1
: lfer .,. omy. Initial speculation on a ," the personnel
successorto workers agreed."They :
...... ;
u.s. c- "This legislation would encourage
sPFaAI.oouesFS General Eisenhower as chief of are showing that they can =
rp Aria usEAltat distrust suspicion and arbitrary staff centered on take ifPersonnel .

attitudes the President told con- Gen Omar N. counsellors are confi-

$ : : : gress. Bradley, now Veterau' dent there will be no repetition of
administration the problem which arose after the
am c m CLEARINGHOUSE FLOODED OUT: chief who C last war.
SCHOOLS AND or uszAncx SERVICES AND No Bumper Crop commanded the Then Bernard Baruch and other
C'OI..UGES nNDQVGS INfOItMATIONOlarl army ground philanthropists had to finance the
: Experts who recently- predicted a .
I forces in Europe return home of many penniless gov _
Livestock sanitary commission Illustrates three billion bushel corn crop this during the war.
how comprehensive CED program will aid In eminent girls.
U 4t dear,.: were hastily revising their estimates .
solving problems of small businesses. year Other high-ranking A handful of recently discharged
In the of continuing J
light generals under consideration
government girls
I already have
: Pigs' can be castrated any time significant, One: Like all CED reports both NPA members and non- torrential rains and widespread for the found work here
i after they area week old. They do the which have transformed Bradle r private indus-
J ; represents cooperativeefforts members. One is a sponsorship floods position were Gen. try. Many are .
working out their dismissal 4'
not suffer as much of a setback of top men in the highly committee composed of 40 businessand much of the Midwest into a soggy Jacob L. Devers, army ground notices in
#i when young,as.they. do at 50 pounds practical field of business and top I labor leaders. The other is the mass of mud.Damage forces chief, and Lt. Gen. J. Lawton have similar luck. hopes they will

t i or heavier.. men in the field of science-political research committee made'up of 28 has been particularlyheavy Collins chief of army public tutor Others hope they win be
\I I economy; a cooperative effort experts in the field. In Iowa extending from one mation. to '
t. whose sole purpose is to_ make The Idea was' explained to a end of the state to the other. Flood- As president of Columbia, Eisenhower fiscal government year starts.Jobs when the new

t ; ,Clay Pipes Change America a better place in which to group of us by. Clinton Golden, who ing of river bottom lands Is only win be the successor to But some will
live. There are no axes to grind. will direct the research. part of the loss.Thousands Nicholas Murray Butler who retiredIn for the go home, at least ;_

The second reason the report is Golden explained that what his of acres of crops have 1945 and la now Columbia's summer'vacation

important ever us is that today committee was after was a differ been washed out and the loss Is president emeritus. The general
t I., more than a world of competing ent approach to the question of considered Irreparable. It is too late I has also been elected a member of Suit Charge Farmer, 84,
.. Ideologies the perpetuationof with for the board
labor-management relations. to replant anything except university's of trustees Broke His Promise
our democracy, our system, depends to WedST.

} 1yG. upon' the fostering. of small LOUIS.-Frederick Neustadt '7--'"

business. RAPID GROWTHIndustry S 84, a great-grandfather and wealthy < .
Although small business needs retired farmer, sat In circuit court .
assistance that assistance is difficult with his band cupped behind his

I I to proffer because>small business in Far West to hear a 41-year-old. mother of four ear "
Isn't an "if-it is three and a Expands children testify that he had broken

half m ik*" small business men an a promise to marry her. -1:!

highly, individualistic; all as Independent Neustadt who has seven children ;
t Upper photo shows some of the 'and hard Influence as a of the United- States Par has West section supply With its vast store of natural pared with 48 per cent for then, is defendant m a 125,000 breach of :
"" first machine-made clay pipes al monkey at the 'top of a cocoanut in recent growngreatly resources and its rapidly Increasing tion. In food production, the Increase promise suit filed by !rtn. Marie '
most.a century old. Lower photo'.: palm. And these disunited sinker years In population population, the Far West In the Far West amounted to Brady.
income, industrial stature and ;z
shows the present start clay pipe swim cock-of-the-walkers: make up International importance accord- looks forward to a continuing post- 25 per cent as compared with 23 percent She said that he had rallied from .a:
excellent 98 per cent of the firms operating in war industrial growth through de- for the United States as a pneumonia when be was
a which Is doing an drainagejob "nearly
Ing to a,study In the Index, a quarterly -
this country today. velopment of new products and new whole. dying. because he '
for the.farmer of America. publication of the New York wanted to ask ..":
I : As theCED report puts it: Trust markets." "Continued expansion of industry ber to marry *m. .
Small business Is mere virile company, just published. The seven states Included In appears to be of primary Importance _
Newcastle Disease of and more durable than World War' IL"- the study. says the study are Arizona. California. to the progress of the Far Men Dig Up Grave In
S S 'pltIjipreadingTae might be deduced from the hoe telescoped Into a few years an In- Idaho. Nevada. Oregon. Utah and West** the article concludes. "Its

i and cry heard for may years dustrial expansion in the Far West Washington. abundant natural resources Its cli; For Lost Girl and .FId leg
1Ihta.mst Newcastle disease aa to' the disadvantages wader which might have 'taken several The Far West** according: to the mate,' Its forest riches its excellent MADISON WIS.. ;
_ \ .of pcIUIIr7haa'. been carried which It labors.* Nonetheless, decades to accomplish even at the article. "made the largest relative harbors and its scenic beauties Uam J. Taylor and Detective w].
f into 40 statei.: ,Producers of broil smart businesses are confronted relatively: fast rate of developmentsome pins In population and Income of have been the chief contributing Elmer Ottum reported UndersheruY -
'era have been hard hit. Largescalevaccination with special problems'and dlfflcnlUe parts of the area had been all the areas of the United States factors to Us rapid growth In the latest Investigation Into in the-
} : trials are in progress that are very'real. It Is enjoying.** during World War U. 'and has past To accommodate and-support of Georgia Jean disappearance :

1), 'but'resell*:wffl not be:determined vital te. an bttsiness.a4 &. an The war it Is pointed out grown faster than the nation as a a population Increase In the future Fort Atkinson girl who has Weckler: -;
-d, for scene tine : ;Until,'preventivethods'ean citizen* that conditions unfavorable brought"new factories and facilities whole since 1S39. increasing: its comparable to that enjoyed so far missing since early-ta May. Taylor been -
: : be'determined, aanltarldlH8CaDc.d1Jposal- to small'testae** be-remedied to the' region, 'accelerated develop- population by- 31 per cent as com in this century and particularly hi| and Ottum

:.. :...: 4 : wherever peesftle ment of its raw materials expanded pared with a T per cent Increase for the World War II period '-wouldseem' near Okee in Cohnnbiaa araye 4
,:; "'-t+.w- aerih*.best and The report finds that the problems Its power supply and Increased the entire United States. Factory to which reportedly had been county'

'- te the.. problem.... of the small business man fan Its population, thereby adding-both Jobs in the Far West In the same economy two transient..Tbe grave coataLeel t
f:. .1 :;. taeryr- ; I 1In.to four categories:management.. to its market potential and Its labor period: rose GJ per cent as com- growth Is,furnishing.** only a dead'dog .r

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, g @ r11't l, Historic Data Two Elegant DoiliesIn .

,:,: Pineapple Design_
Found in Vault .. _:

a Ii Ii i I 1 Washington Letters Are ;....;.:.

i n a er Included Among Rare t=

Items in Collection.

r I STV PAUL. MINN.-A treasure of
;, ?k u
dt historical documents and rare
r looks, including four original letters w '

by George Washington, has :
been given-up by a dusty vault on .
the campus of MacAlester college 4Fg'
where 'they* have been sealed for

half a.century
y ,ft y > Disclosure, the,find .was made .firr4, tt ,, ,ry

by Pre ..Charles.J. .Turck of Mac-

,xn MFR :' :i Jester,,;who;_said: ..other rare: items
**F 7 Include<< an original letter from
William Perm.- a note 'written by :
Abraham Lincoln 'for' a Civil war

//fj veteran who was seeking work and
/ several 15th and 16th century books.
.. S.
All of the items were found
among the 900-volume book collection -
bequeathed to the college by
F its first president. Edward Nell].
who died in 1893. and who was oncea
secretarial aid of President Lin-

oln. ,
A provision in NeUTs win had

specified the books were to be keptin -1Af
storage and away from' public .
use until the college could providea THEY STARTED 'I'BE'WUOLE AFFAIB' Co-authors *f the'moch-
special memorial ropm for them. debated labor bill which occasioned onset the hottest battles in modern
Unaware of Treasure. congressional history are Rep. Fred.A. Hartley (Bep., N. J.) )
Dr. Turck said that the college left) and See. Robert A. Taft (Rep.. 0.). Sponsors of the labor reform -
unaware that the collection contained measure are shown here as they met on the senate side of the 550
I Try Lemon-Egg Pie for :Potluck Supper rare books and manuscripts capitol to discuss the final showdown joa the. bill which took place In

l w (See recipe below.)' lad delayed providing special quar- the senate. T HEE. crocheter's first, love the

ters for them until this year. pineapple design makes these
: Church Suppers LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU The memorial room was com- charming doilies suitable for so

'" I pleted recently. many uses. Easy to. crochet.
i Although church and club activity I The Washington letters were 000
-Baked Beans with
dwindles to a minimum during Hamburger found by Miss Mabel Franklin a "
Relishes Rolls 'Dutch Hot Slaw s; N' Lacy elegance for very little time and
E'! these warmer months there are librarian cataloguing the collection. money. Pattern 550 contains directionsfor
still events on both calendars which BeverageFrozen Cookies Fruit .Salad They cover a period from 1774 to cents.domes, ; stitches Price' of pattern SO

t, require participation and with 798.Dr. Due to an unusually large demand and
:t' food. L'Recipes given. Turck said the "most Interesting" current conditions, slightly more wuru is
required in filling orders for *
y, For events such as these the requirements letter was one Washington most popular patterns.
f". are simple but' quite Baked Beans With Hamburger. had written while at camp at Cam.. Send your order to:
_1r important. We (Serves 4) bridge. Mass., August 30. 1775. during -
" want a dish that 2 tablespoons fat the siege of Boston after he had Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dent.
;,. I Is easy to make H cap Enclose 20 cents for
"'.- and to carry; H cup diced celery the Colonial army. pattern.
;:" N then too. we K pound chock beef ground The letter was addressed to. No '

want something 2% cups canned baked beans Caesar Rodney and Thomas Mc- Name
i that will appealto 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce Kean and in it Washington com- Address_
s a number of mented that he had "endeavouredto
i teaspoon salt A'S
J people. We also 94 teaspoon powdered sage pay the best attention in my,
- like to bring a H cup water or tomato Juice power> to your recommendation of Electrical Ump Determines
dish that goes pretty well with any- Mr. Parke by making him an assistant -
a Heat the fat in a skillet. Then Balls, Strikes by BeamsAn
thing else that may be served. to the quartermaster gen
, add onions celery and beef, and eral. i
First there are a number of main cook uncovered. baseball device
Washington also expressed re-
dishes from which to choose. Anyof for 10 minutes
grets that he had been unable to a scientifically determines balls and
these will put you up with the Add remaining ., elimi-
commission more Pennsylvania volunteers b strikes and consequently,
top ranking cooks of the commu- Ingredients and "who at their own expense nates actual and suspected errorsin

nity. Chicken heat thoroughly. have travelled and now continue LOOK. GIRLS A REAL ARABIAN PRINCE Three girl studentsat judgment by the umpire says
Chow Mem. You'll want to here.. the Bayslde L. I.. high school appear reasonably thrilled over Collier's. It consists of a vertical
2 (Serves chicken 6) make good use of Dr. Turck said the other letters meeting a genuine Arabian prince. He is Prince Nawaf Ibn Abdul beam and a horizontal beam of
2 caps tablespoons fat ell garden vegetables were' addressed to "the Hon. Geo. Asia (but what's the initial!), the son of King Saudi of Arabia. Prince invisible light which cross each
or ;,and nothing W. Fairfax. Nawaf all decked out hi his regal raiment, visited the school in orderto other and form an ,area in frontof
2 caps thinly .sliced ,celery. would be more Wrote in Detail. get a rough idea as to bow American youngsters receive their the plate that when pierced by
1H cops sliced peeled onions welcome at church or pot-luck sup. One dated August. 1774 was an education. the ball, causes the indicator to
H teaspoon pepperS per than some of your freshest vegetables strike.
Itemized account Washington had register a
chicken broth I .. .. .
cups '-
seasoned beautifully and :
kept in connection with a sale con- 8
2 cups canned mixed Chinese cooked '
to perfection.
ducted for him.

54 vegetables cup canned mushrooms Spinach Bacon Dressing.. In a letter dated Sept. 8. 1794 a. liNE FOR ECZEMA
(Serves 4) Washington wrote in detail concerning -
2 tablespoons cornstarch SCALINGQuickly
2Ji cups hot, cooked spinach some legal difficulties Fairfax .
3 tablespoons soy sauce soothing and apply
Scallions 4 strips bacon had encountered in connection witha GRAY'S OINTMENT with
1 fried noodles 2 tablespoons vinegar "Doctr. Savage" estate. \ 2. its wholesome antiseptics and na- .l'k
can I 1 tablespoon sugar Writing to Fairfax in January : ; : ture aiding medication.Nothing else
Brown chicken slightly fat; add 1 teaspoon salt 1796. Washington apparently still like it-nothing so comforting nnm
for externally caused akin
celery onions and AddI '
pepper. H teaspoon pepper was concerned about the legal difficulties l'am; troubles. SSc. Get a package today.
chicken broth H teaspoon prepared mustard which Fairfax was encoun-

and ,cook cov- Dice bacon and saute in skillet tering in the "Doctr. Savage" matter 1

ered, until vegetables Mi: until golden brown. Add remaining and Washington said he desired Prolonged Relief
I are ten- ingredients except spinach'and that.good legal talent be engaged."I Much
So Quickerfor
der. Add drained let
heat thoroughly. Then add to spinach do not know that more could \.
Chinese vegetables J ? toss and serve at once. have been done" he wrote than so-called

and mushrooms Make your desserts easy but delicious you have attempted to do; but it is KIDNEY SUFFERERSIrritated
and heat I tj
selecting one'of these exceedingly to be regretted, that
to the boiling point. Mix cornstarch by bladder. tuuacs toot faccub kidney)
two: villainy chicanery and every spe largely ropooaibia for bttkacbo. leg P*& >
with soy sauce and add to hot mixture Frozen Fruit Salad. cies of delay should bring justiceIn banting puugM, rg a, rrelicriadie.etiyr niffeUI Kid-

j stirring constantly.; Let simmer .(Serves 6)) such jeopardy if it is not entirely ionriir.Bey-ctwalaat-eciJy. For quicker pilu iaonr-tatiax only comfort.
2 minutes or until slightly 1 defeated by them. witch to ruler(the new kidney-bladder)FiUa
orange Yw. they Munnlat kidney action too. Bi
thickened. Arrange on deep plat 2 slices pineapple, "I am of opinion that good policy more important,they lean powerful..dsUve.
ter or vegetable dish with scallions dictates the propriety of assuring fck*action that 4mctl? allay bladder imta-
K cup Royal Anne cherries trana That makt*for qoiek.r.longer iaatinc relief.
and. serve with fried noodles. 1 banana them a handsome fee.. or rather a Aak druggt icr Fdey PHI*. Val..a yow
certain if succeed find them f.r no Mticlactory. DOU LS
percentage they
Frozen Salmon Loaf.. 2 canned pear halves YOUR MONEY BACK.
(Serves 6) %'cup blanched chopped almonds -nothing if they do not."Tryfling .

:2 caps cold cooked rice I %'-'cup maraschino cherries fees are 'thrown away .J/J ,
a lawyer of eminence for tin
upon any {
IK caps salmon drained and H cop belled salad dressing .,
excite exertion. .
they no
flaked fi cop whipping cream -( i
1 cap cooked peas Remove rind and skin from orange .
I H teaspoon salt and cut fine. Chop other fruits Uranium Ore Discovered In ,
!" J4 teaspoon paprika and combine with nuts. Add dress- t"'E::'
of 1 !'!'I
Basin Colorado River ._..
1 tablespoon lemon Juice. ing and fold in whipped cream. .7. f 8y .rk
t-: 14 cap mayonnaise Freeze In. tray of automatic refrigerator WASHINGTON.-The ,largest de- : iik
Combine the ingredients lightly until firm. posits of uranium ore yet found in
the United States have been discov-
and freeze in a loaf or ring mold Pie.
Lemon-Egg .
ered in the Colorado river basin ,.....'.,':.>y'f' '" :
4rc until firm enough to'sUee Unmold (Serves 6)
area a senate source said. -
i on crisp greens and serve with 4 egg yolks The atomic energy commission. OPOSSUMS FOB PLAYMATES It Isn't Vboy who has eight flt

lemon- wedges. 1 cap sugar it was learned has been urged to possum (01' 'possum) pups for pets possibly because it lSJ1.t'nerJ'
-Dutch Dot Slaw. Grated rind of 1 lemon push development-of these depositsin boy wb would want that many.; -But Jimmy !Harris 12-year-old 'soa
(Serves 4) 4 tablespoons lemon Juice the hope of making the United of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris of near Genesee DL. thinks it's great UALOX
t. 9 caps shredded green cabbage. K teaspoon salt States independent of foreign sup- fan. Some of the eight are shown here as they cling to his clothing change :
1 tablespoon butter Meringue: plies. and. frtrelk oa Us head They; were'captured with their,mother. < 0e
4 whites for the t&uc effect
!t.] 2 eggs, beaten egg Uranium is the stuff of which
IS cop vinegar Vi teaspoon salt atomic bombs are made. It and on your smile
( 54 teaspoon salt H cup sugar thorium are the only naturally occurring -
1J4 tablespoons granulated sugar 9-Inch baked pie shell elements which can be Efficient Coins srrrfcs Imo uayat

I: 54 teaspoon paprika Blend first five ingredients. Cod made to undergo atomic fission in a .. : 1 Helps remoTC La...fcring out
I. 54 cup water over simmering water stirring cot chain reaction. I a all the oatorai luxtre of JOursmile.
f U cup light cream stantly ,until thickened, about ,1 Most of the uranium used in thIS, 3 : 2 A special. Ingredient in Calox'
: Cook cabbage until just barely t nto' minutes. Remove from heat. Fri country's two minion dollar atomic eflcoorages rtgfltr euusage.., t
der. Drain -place In serving dishor pare meringue by beating eg energy; project comes from the which has took effect on cornsi..helps
casserole and keep hot. Mean. whites until stiff then adding sal Great Bear lake region of northern makes them firm androsr.Tone
time melt butter in double boiler and sugar gradually. Beat until Canada. Another important sourceis tip yang smile...wttaHi

..; then add eggs, vinegar salt,. sugar. glossy; and firm. Fold yolk mixture the Belgian Congo. ..3--'>- :
NAiU im'JN&r1.rhr in.,
M Cook until into meringue. Pour into baked pie
paprika water.
yn ij ,>.... "'ftirJlII l uh..,,
t- thickened stirring frequently.; Remove shell. Bake in moderate (325- Windows Induce
from heat add cream and degree) oven until delicately Open Colds

beat until fluffy. Pour over hot cab browned about 20 minutes. Medical Instructor Insists ::

" haze Released by Western Newspaper Union. with BOSTON.the bedroom-:If you windows like to sleep wide tt S
: LYNN SAYS: Soaking pots pans and casseroles open an instructor at Harvard C' fit mm itm tn ruw tt I,
=i '! Effective Cleaning on'which food has burned or dried Medical school has a word of ad- RHEUMATISMHEURmSLUMBA&8 '

f ; Methods makes them much easier to wash. vice.Dr. I}
Suggested If the condition is serious boll some'soap Theodore L. Badger says
; Remove brown stains from tea- suds In the pan slowly for a don't do it. He says it leads to colds. k&c .-. .. .
t cups by rubbing with dampened few minutes' loosen the food. Instead he gave the Massachusetts
aR cloth to which has been added Medical society his own prescription .. """ ,-,. .
Avoid excessive use of soap and ..". -',," .. .
some baking soda.. Wash off in soaking when cleaning: heavy dark for good sleeping. Here it is: .,.-.""' """
t' warm water'and dry. This preventsthe cast iron skillets. Restore finish by; Air and cool bedroom about 10 .
shine from coming off the china coating with fat. minutes before bedtime.: Then close ARM HEMISPHERE, 'M Rsu.UR D .- Secretary ;f- State :

t Dishes are more sterile if .700'I ideal for clean the windows. After that,. says Dr. George C. Marshall'was the'first of a jnnmber.ef topiankingdvlianand' ; Large .. ....d'1 ff6nent
:wash them in soapy suds rinse' in pipe cleaners are. of. the that Badger. Just leave the bedroom military/officials called to, tAUt before the cense foreign affairs ; eke eat ss s esw '
J t. wy hot water by; pouring Jt over wem&n7.'parts. range doors open so warm air may enter : committee 'on President Truman's propssal 'to arm the nations I OIU tiff Net liuu*H KM w nuns*f pars\
f.) Viand let them dry on- the drain- them are inaccessible handy.; otherwise, Keel from other parts_ of the house. .f the western hemisphere. [ .im mi tt, JM. jm tmt e.?u (

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' : THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, July 18,1947c

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;. Nolle it hereby then that J. O TO: N The Annie Lee Sunday School door sedan In good condition.

? Wolff the holder of the following eert- ESTHER ELIZABETH.snwoss class of the Esther
Baptist church enter- Price $%50.00 cash. Mrs.
locates has filed aid certificates for a c/o Ranlo SUUoaGastonla.
_C., } tax deed to be tuned thereon TheY N. C. tained the young men's class on Stewart East Okeechobee.Mrs. New
; .; rertlDeate numbers and rears of IUG- You are hereby required to file your
?;.: anee. the description of the property written appearance at my office IB Monday evening with a wiener
if :. and the names in which it was assessed Okoechobee. Florida en or before July roast. x
::::. are as follows: n.'IM1. to Bill of Complaint for divorce Everett Hall and son Richard
; f Certificate :No. TO. Tear of filed against you by JImmie Sim- After assembling at the home of returned to their home here

_;-,., Certificate Issuance No:1929.yi3. Tear of County mona in Florida Circuit ia Court.default Okeechobee whereof the teacher Mrs G. C. Durrance, yesterday from Key West where 80 KD

.:: ,. Issaance 1933. Decree Pro Confers will be entered the classes drove to the lake front have the last three
F. -;: Description of property: against you; the Okeechobee New la they spent
,.f'. SWU of SEU of SWU. Section 29. designated as the newspaper lawhich where a delightful evening was weeks visiting relatives and
-. Township 57. .Ranee-::,. containing thin Order shall be published once a spent.
rn 10 ares more or less week for four consecutive weeks. friends.
:Name In which assessed. Okeechobee Witness my hand and official seal
Company at Okeechobee. Florida this 18th day
} ..- All of said property being In the of June A.D. 1917. MR. AND MRS. W. L LAWSON Tractort
a County of Okeechobee. State of Florida. BABEL* EAULERSOX: SHEFFIELD Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cone and
Unless such certificate or certificates (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court. LEFT SUNDAY FOR THREE Jr. and
sons Wayne and Everett ,
shall be redeemed according to law. the Okeeebohee County. t
property described la such certificate Uary Schnlman. WEEKS VACATION daughter Evelyn, returned to their
or certificates wU be sold to the hih-' for Plaintiff. Mr. and Mxs. W. L. Lawson and
net bidder at the court bans door on (Jnn 20. 27. July 4. 11. 18) home here Wednesday from Macon, USED 20 DAYS
flrtt llonday in tbs of Anr* children left Sunday tor New Or-
nthe. 1MT. which U tbs 4th daY of AuiOks Ga. where they went to bring
and other In that section -
z leans places
3 -u.t. 194?. their daughter Miss June home.
ltd this tit day of Zat., 94t.i1 IX THE COCXTT COURT OP OSEECHOBEE where they are spending a
v..utEL aaILERaOS: IBEJ'J'IELD. COUNTT. STATE: OF They were accompanied here by
x (lsal) Clerk of Court of two weeks vacation. 13-26 Rubber Wheels
hobw Coent: Floruit.. FLORIDA. Mr. Cone' cUter, ilra. W. B. Ter

te By Connie W. Baolsrton. X>. CoIN CHAP M. WILLIAMS, as agent for the They expect to visit! New Or- rell of White Springs Fla., who

Ritter Box: Company, a corporation. leans: Houston and other places of will spend ten days with the Cone

THE CIBCriT COFKT OF TILE! Plaintiff.B interest while away.:


1 LAW, NO. U1 OF SHERIFF'S SALE R. W. (Dick) Hill Divi-
NOTICE IN EMINENT DOMIN By virtue of an execution Issued out Word was received here yester-

PROCEEDINGS IN THE of and under the seal of the County: sion Manager Light day that Ed Alderman who Is a
1 Bush & Bob DiscHarrow ,
NAYS OF THE STATE Court and directed to me. said execution ;
OF FLORIDA. saving been issued in favor of Chas. ).(. Company Visitor Here patient at the Lakeland Hospital
Williams, agent for The Ritter Box
OKKECHOBEE COUNTT.:: a political underwent another operation
corporation against H. L.
Company a
'. of the State of Florida
i ,snbdirlslon Chandler.; I have levied upon and will !, Tuesday and is slightly Improved.This .
Petitioner offer for sale at: the South entrance of'' K. W. (Dick) Hill, of West Palm

PRANK MOLUNEAUX v.' and EDXA itMCLUNEAUX. the Courthouse in Okeechobee In the : Beach, division manager for the is the second operation for

: Ala wife, et alDefendants laid County and State on the 4th day him since being carried to the hospitaL -
at August. A. D. 1947 between the legal Florida Power and Light Companyof .
t .. of the following described -
hours sale
TO ALL WHOM IT ,MAT CONCERN West Palm Beach was visitor
; property situate lying and being in
; I (a AND) The following named persons andpetite. the County of Okeechobee. State of spending Tuesday in Okeechobee

1 who are residents of the State Florida All that, to-wit part of: Lot .9 lying outsideof attending to business and seeing There is no law against grant-
.f together with their respective -
places of residence: the plan of reclamation of Eagle friends. While here he attended the ing a liquor license to an establish-
Bay survey according to plat thereof
and Edna M
Frank MoUinesoz Broward Arena recorded in Plat Book 1 at page noon meeting of the Okeechobee ment within 2,500 feet of a vacantlot
2123 -
) The*. West following Palm named Beach persons Floridab and 31 rhobee of the County public, Florida.records of Okee- Rotary Club as the guest of C. H. owned by a church, but that Will Sell at Good Discount .

parties( who are believed to be non The satisfaction of the said execu- Parkerson and made a short talk does not mean the liquor license
tion and the accumulated costs in
residents whose last of known the State addresses of Florida.are as and set favor of the assignee and holder of said to the club. could be continued If a church later

forth below, and all persons claiming judgment. He was accompanied by C. R. should build on such a lot. Attor-

!a1.. through or under them: the General J. Tom Watson thus
ti A. Heidegger, and if married.Mrs. N. O STEWART Sheriff. Randolph who is employed by ney

s A. IJeldegger. New 37 Jersey Main (June 27. July Okeechobee 4. 1L 18. 25-51)Count Fla. same company. replied to State Beverage Director :

Arcane Delawanna.and parties havingor James T. Vocelle, in response toa
And to all persons C. C.
claiming any right, title. Interest. William L. Wilson, director of question whether a vacant lot
estate, mortgage or other lien to or oa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '
those certain parcels of land in Okee- NINTH jriHCAT CIRCUIT OF State Farmers' Markets urges on which' a church intends to buildIs 158Jupiter
Florida which are In FI.ORID.IN AND FOR OKEECHO
rhobee County
Industrialization of Floridaas the same as an established
laded In that portion of Section 8109 BEE ('OUl\ TY. IV CII\NCERY. greater
of State Road 59 (6" ) from State Road. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE an aid to agriculture. He par- church, which under the law would Fla.
70 Formerly State 'Road 8. Northwestly FRANK CHANDLER. Sr ,
the establishmentof prohibit a liquor licensee from establishing -
Bassinsfrr in ticularly urges
to a point near or at Plaintiff PHONE No. 7
r- Okeechobee County. Florida as located. TS. more food processing plants in within 2,500 feet of the _
surveyed and platted by the State Road C. ]f. HIGHSMITH, ET AL
Department of the State of Florida. and Defendant. the state. building.
shown by Location Map and Right of
file in the office 1 ORDER TO APPEAR I

of Way the Map Clerk thereof<.f the on Circuit Court in and i THE STATE OF FLORDA- . . . ].,.......-. ..... . ,' ., ." ,. --- .
for Okeechobee County Florida. true TO C. M. HIGHSMITH and his wife, .i .
copies of said maps being attached to if alive, Marshall N Hunt and his wife, 4.
the Petition filed in the above entitled If alive and if such persons are dead
cause on the 26th day of June.' A. V, to: their unknown heirs, devisees legatees .
by Okeechobee: County a political or grantees; and to all persons
subdivision of the State of Florida. laving or claiming an interest in the H ,

against yon and each of you. seekingto following described lands situate. lying, .
condemn for public road and highway ind being in the County of Okeechobee, V .
the said parcels of land. State of Florida to-wlt- j
Mtnate purposes lying and being in Okeechobee Lots 5 and 6. Block 137. City of : i'V'V;- ,, : .----r-. -:...._-.--"... ;, -o_- ,
t County Florida and more particularly Okeechobee according to plat recorded ; i .4 < ,

described ss _fallows: in the public records of : In
,PARCEL NO. J. Drainage Ditch Okeechobee County. Florida. : :
f Station 72 and 73.0 that part of GREETING; :; ,
NEU of NEVi: Section 18 Town- Frank Chandler. Sr. having filed In ,,: "
ship 37 South. Range 35 East which this Court his sworn Bill of Complaint : ;
lies within 20 feet on each side of In this suit the nature and purpose of In
a ditch North line of said Plaintiff to the {
Beginning on land berelnabore described Jf
Section 18 at a point 165.77 feet to be a good and sufficient absolute '
} westerly from Northeast Corner of fee simple title, to have all 1 V'V <
said Section 18 and running South claims and interests of the Defendantsand -, ,;
36 degrees-0' West 1497.66 feet to of each of them in and to said lands ?sar --
end of said ditch and containing .passed upon end determined to remove' -
I s i 1.38 acres more or less loads upon the Plaintiffs title to said t;
1. .._ ALSO land, to quiet' and confirm the Plaintiffs
i i That part of NE4of Section title thereto and in which Bill 1 $
h IS Township 37 South. Range 35 of Complaint the Plaintiff states that .j.
; 1 i East, lying within 40 feet each side be! believes there are persons Interested \ -- !
of the centerline of a ditch: said 10 the land hf'relnabove described and
J centerline! being described with ref. having named therein certain persons -
once to the M3% and BE'". of Sec is known by name to him. the said '

East and said 37 South. Range Plaintiff but as not known by him, the : ... 1
,i t- 33 U:% of said Section said Plaintiff, other said persons are -V- -
J 13 ss follows: dead or alive and as believed by: him. ,- > 1
: Commencing on the North boundary said Plaintiff, if living to be interested 1' _
of laid Section 7. at a point In the property and premises herein involved V !
t %.19.9_feet East from the NW corner and hereinabove described and V .r' --
of said Section 7. run thence If dead, to have been Interested therein; : i
I. South 3tf degree.--.17'--3O" East a And having made all persons having V .
distance of 2143 feet to Station or claiming any interest in the above ) V !j
: f,. 100X33 on the survey line of State described land parties Defendant to
; "Y ; toad 59 86), Section 9109-201 for the said Bill of Complaint: 1 1 -.
:, r: '1 POINT BEGINNING of said And having demanded from the Clerkof 1
.l ditch centerline; run thence South Circuit Court in and for Okeechobee'
...! r 63 degrees.-47-30" West a dis- County. Florida the making of an or- '
of 50 feet continue thence South der requiring such persons and parties r i ii ii ii iy
5 degree-00-30"< Eat a distance to appear to his said Bill of Complaint '
of 2060 feet: Thence South 13 degrees upon a day not lees than twenty-eight
-56'-W East a distance of days nor more than sixty days from the
1515 feet more or less to the North date of the making of said order:
boundary of said NEV1 of Section IT THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat
18. Township 37 South. lUnee 35 each and every the Defendants
East; continue thence South 13 degrees above named designated, and specified
06'->>* East a distance of 1240 Ire hereby required to appear herein to ,
feet more' or less to end of said ditch the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein ,
centerllne. Right of way of ditch filed on the :Slat day: of Julv. A. D. /
f j, Including the land herein described 1947 and that this order be onMshed in -
k contains %.%1 acre., more or less Okeechobee News, a newspaper of general iV
PARCEL N'O. 2 Right of Way circulation, published in Okee- V
< AU of Lots 1. 2. and 3 of Block 5.- ehobee County Florida, once a week 195
; B la New Okeechobee Heights Section for four consecutive Meek -
A: a subdivision of the SW% WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the !
of Section fl. Township 34 South. Seal of said Court this 25th day of
A '_ Rang 34 East as shown on plat June. A. D. 1947. at Okeechobee. in the ,. i
recorded In Plat Book 1: Page 20&. County and State aforesaid.
of Public Records of Okeechobee IN FLORIDA IN ONE YEAR l
t County Florida containing; 018 UABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD
(Seal) Clerk of Circuit
acres. more or less.Too. Court.
!T ; and each of you are hereby. Okeecbobee County Fla "One of the moat terioua traffic accident
t ommanded to be and appear in the By Connie W. Raulersoo. D. C problems ungu&Uatf i :
_' f Circuit Court In and for Okeechobeex Mary Schulman. ably tt the pede.trlizn.all..' State Motor, Vehicle Commit 1
County. Florida. at the office of Clerk Attorney: for Plaintiff. stoner George H.'A btU.
of said Court. in the City: of Okeecho 4 }
; ; I bee. Okeech be County, Florida onsr r Of 641 motor traffic fatalities daring the last complete year !
before the 28th day of July. A. D. ... -j
195 or 34% were pedestrians
a higher death V
t rate ia that
,..T, to show what right, title. interest.or I
t. lien :you or any: of :you. have in and classification than was shown in the previous j&rfi record. -

t I .la f any land of and said to above show cause described why parcels the ;, ... At least 159 more people vlll be JdUed by automobiles! in I a '.

f Mm should not betaken for the uses -:55: '- -. Mr. Motoristoasiavi Florida this year during the fatal months of March Apr
and purposes set forth In said Petition -; and May. Of these M will be pedestrians"if the latest tt
of and drainage ree'ofd
to-wlt: as right way .
I R ditches for a portion of Section pipe ,z prevails The indications are that fatalities trill be eats .,
of Stats Road 6& (66) from State Road vatsfEAa- greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night :f
TO. formerly State Road 8. :Northwest $MI C1IYNIG and 1. :
s t40ME three-quartera of them will be
erly to a Point Near, or at. BassengerIn walking or crossing In a eaT Ss
Okeechobe County. Florida as NA/t1 to contribute to thtlr own deaths.

surveyed and shown on said .
located .
tnaps or.plats hereinabov referred to, This tt a timely tccrnlngt Be alert to traffic hazards -helt ;

or default mar be entered against yon you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designate -"
l WITNESS my hand as Clerk .f the Don't rush out from croeshigs,5 :
Circuit Court ia and for OkeeeAobe HOME CANNING'S between parked ears in the middle a-t' ;1 f
County Florida. and the Seal of said .. the block. Never walk against the lJghL On '
hlrhwuI -
Court, this the 2&th day of June. A. D. 9EST Z' piece veto! ridS he left, facing traffic walk fO_ t i
147. at Okeechobee.! in Okeechobee :! !

; County, Florida. Ur. tiw awsst dw.topa.at )a 2Oisos AIL ., Ift your life at ttake. Walk tattly-U tongeri > -f '

..tot Wit TI. .'. tiArric CULLS _
Seal + a. Brent eFs -- '
(Official ) 1
RAULERSON SHEFFIELD. JUST safe **' for yow ..
r MABEL, KIIF TOUR CAR .....-. -
Circuit Court in Ioao.teaaed
Clerk of the 1 tlESi foods. 0000 V c 'R '
and for Okeechobee County Fla. 'J,*t pronto test-if RIPAIR IVIN
T. W. Coaely. Jr. TO -
down as
a 'I -'
ti .Attorney tor Petitioner.STATR TEST, Eye ltoaea t DON'TTAKE CHANCES ( -ket
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r FLORIDA. 'uI.' jut.. Eoay to .w b.cOYee .- ( ...... ..5 ... --4 o.a.. ':';''
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COUNTY OF OKEKCUOBEE: ifa fut.. Cea <- ___..-4............c-.. ,".. '
Sheffield. = l- 1+ -.w.wnka iyti
I. Mabel Rtutersoa Clerk .a .
of the.Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial ai rash JARS AND .i_ .: -y'
-. :; Circuit ta and for Okeechobee DOI UOSti _
," County. Florida. d. hereby. certify .,
that the above and forerolor Is a true i rk AT YOORGlocirs V w ; :3 ;

_. end correct copy of the Notice U Ends < : V:
h none" Dmaltt Proceedings oa
,;..j. -. tu 26th day of;Jon-A, IX 1SHT. in the .'
'ta.e'of O eecbobe* O uaty.: a political
-pWITlaJOft'.r the State .f Florida .
5 ."-< Frank'Aollineaur and ,Edna AL MoW ,, I <

-" ;aMU. Ms wife. aU Defendants. Com- f '_ .1.: 1- ,- __ .
moa Law Casa JJa. BSI as the sam. ap- iC : -" '
fileiR this ofllce.ewiTNJ18S .
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(q: -year. my,hand and official seal i:7" '
7M at..... Okeechobee' Olteecbobfe County. ., : :

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