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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Creation Date: July 25, 1947
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t l'. .' Volume 33-No.. 10 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 25, 1947 I

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f : Digest of Recent Mrs.Laid to F. Rest L. Crowson At Jupiter Was Seeks Re-election Nathan Mayo To !Complete Week City Move SprayingThis to Out-, Spurlock AdvisesFarmers I



i J : Opinions By The Monday AfternoonThe Be Candidate ,For lying Districts Tuesday to PrepareFor 1



I 1I!. Attorney General Mrs. F.many L. Crowson Okeechobee will be friends saddened of- .4 Reelection 1948 district Communicable C. G. for.Kyzar.State Diseases supervisor: Board, announcedthis of of Health this Price (Decline"It i


I r. to learn of her death which oc- week that be and hit crew of

:;; Because of the many constltuf : cured at her home in Jupiter last Reports have come to m. from II men would complete the Job of is safer to assume that the I

tlonal questions Involved Govern- Friday afternoon following a long various parts of the State that I spraying the town with DDT this period of high yields and Increasing i

::' .s or Caldwell has. been advised to illness. The body was laid to rest will retire at the expiration of my week and would begin spraying In prices of farm products Is approaching I

i: ask the Florida supreme court for present term. The rumors are ab- the outlying districts of the county its end than to take a
in the Jupiter Cemetery Monday I
): .. an opinion on when If at all, to solututely without foundation as I next Tuesday. He stated that he speculative position*. Economist

appoint 118 school board afternoon following services at the i. expected to begin work at Fort Alvin
new members expect to be a candidate to succeed H. Spurlock of the Florida i

i -t under the new school law. Methodist Church in that city. myself in the 1948 election regardless Drum and that the advance man of Agricultural Experiment Station,. '1

"{; Attorney General J. Tom Watson Mrs. Crowson moved to Okee- of who else runs. the crew would contact the people advised Florida farmers today \;

{,., In an opinion to the governor chobee in 1919 with her husband, My health was never better in before hand and advise them when "The present high level of farm i

'>. said that the legislature evidently Rev. F. L. Crowson, who was pas my life. I have an unfinished pro- they would be there to begin spray- prices and record Incomes," he ex'I I
intended tor the new districts to ing and also give the people the
tor of the Methodist church here gram in the ultimate developmentof plained, "cannot be expected to 1
I be creaed, in some 59 counties proper instructions. continue
Agriculture that cannot possibly always, and some read-
i' now having only three-man school five years during which time the Mr. Kyzar has a crew of six justment 1
in prices is
be completed in the next eighteen expected. i
,t- boards, within six months, and the present building was erected. month Therefore, I am askingmy men and two trucks and is makingthe Heavy exports of food and floor t

t vacancies then to be filled by campaign to kill mosquitoesand :'
leaves
ap Besides her husband she thousands of friends throughout to Europe are now supporting
: polntment. he said because malaria in the ,
But prevent county
':. two sons, Rev. L. R. Crowson, the State to pass the word on many farm prices, hat this cannot
;- the boards the high water from 1
I new will have the right following
Gary, West Va., and Rev. E. H. < to their neighbors that I am ,not continue indefinitely under present I
to issue bonds, borrow money and NATHAN MAYO rains.
I. ready to quit the Past of Commissioner arrangements. Furthermore, any
Crowson Loughman Fla. sis
one
otherwise exercise constitutional The program is being sponsoredby
of Agriculture, a work that slackening of the demand for dur
a:: authority, and to settle all uncertainties ter and three brothers. the State Board of Health and able t
Game And Fish I have had my heart in for years, goods and houses and a reduction I
the governor should havean the Board of County Commissioners -
and I promise to be just as active of high income payments
opinion from the state supreme Commission Will Meet of Okeechobee County. I
Social Security for a better future for Florida and in this country may be expectedto
court on the subject. In Orlando Aug. 9
Agriculture as I havetried to be affect farm prices adversely"Mr.

:Fresh in the past. I have tried to do a New Sugar Spurlock emphasized that he
Homesteads In Alaehua'countywill Office Advises The State Game and Water -
'"' good job, which has been made was not predicting deflation but
not be liable for taxes for road Fish Commission will meet in *
possible by the co-operation of all was warning farmers
Act Goes ToCongress to
5: district maintenance or for county Orlando Aug. 9 to approve a proposed prepare
's- You File Claim"In the fine people of our wonderful for it before' it strikes in order to
: hospital bonds if the taxes were 1947-48 conservation: program
,:: 4 state and I will continue to do so.NATHA."l be on the "safe side. He offered
levied or the bonds Issued after and set up an operating bud.
.A MAYO these farmers
the homestead amendment to the get for the fiscal year. suggestions to help
a recent survey of over 20- avoid financial trouble If depression -
p} state constitution was adopted. Attorney '
The meeting, to be held in the '
000
claims for monthly benefits conditions 1
General J. Tom Watson delivered Angebilt Hotel, follow the Cost of TextBooks After weeks of conferences and develop
wi\\
filed in field offices throughout the
;\,, this opinion to Tax Assessor commission's two-day "game warden meetings between government officiate Pay existing debts out of current
United States In a four week -
J; John W. Booth at Gainesville. period school" which in the and executives representing high prices for produce even
It was found that 17.8%, or 1 opens Not HighIn if this
Central Florida city Aug. 7. sugar producers throughout the means reducing the living
of
out 5 claimants
delayed filing
4'= The estate of a police officer Commission Director Ben C. world, a new sugar act has been standard for a while. Debts con-

who dies while on duty before he their claims and each lost an average "- Morgan said the five-man board FloridaFlorida's written and presented to Congress. tracted at high price levels become
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of monthly benefit checks
has contributed five years to the did not plan to take any action on Working in the Interest of present .- very difficult to pay when farm
Mr. R. C. Gehrken Jr. of
i, police pension fund, is not entitled manager and prospective growers of the products are cheap. To avoid being
fishing or hunting regulations at
the West Palm Beach office of the
to receive the money he contrib the, August conference. system of textbook procurement Everglades area, Josiah Ferris, Jr.. caught in a, "squeeze," as many

I-: uted during his lifetime. Thus, At- Social Security Administrationsaid and distribution is one of vice-president of the United States farmers were caught after World

General J. Tom Watson has today. War I, be cautions about
torney English the best in the nation, according to Sugar Corporation expressed him- incurringnew
informed State Treasurer Edwin "The most frequent explanationfor Reports debts for
seasonal
State School Superintendent Colin self as well pleased with the progress except pro-

.. Larson, the law makes no" provision delays in filing was ignoranceof English. I made, and full hope for a duction.As .

for the estate of deceased officers benefit rights." Many Enrolled In Pointing to the low cost and' bright future for Florida and continental farm land prices are stflPvery( :
to benefit from money paid "If you are a worker tn'com.
; high quality of Florida schoolbooks United States sugar in i. high (though weakening somewhat : -

into! the fund for less than five merce or industry there are two Farm English said this week that terests.It ), now is a. good time to sell t

--- ..)'eara._ .............. """"' .-.\, times when. fte. Social i-: Security- Program although, prices In general have Is gratifying to note, that' the/farm" it sons plans.to retire or
4-- 'e i- ebouk1-be-boritacted.: > =
'fIrst. jf\ risen during the last few years, there;is' a;feellng of --confidence ,quit*farming. ?* :!f :*VL-
when reach 65, regardless of
you State School Supt. Colin English the cost per child of textbooks has among all concerned that the Sugar Farmer on marginal land will
The commissioner of agricul- whether or not expect to re-
you reported last week that more than actually fallen. Act'of 1948 will be ihe fairest do well to move to better soil if
ture, Nathan Mayo, is the only officer tire. Second by a member of your
and 4,0 .Florida veterans are enrolled By the use of an efficient buy- and best ever enacted from every j it ta reasonably priced and cash or
authorized to make rules family at the time of your death.
and In on-the-farm training programsin ing and distribution policy and standpoint.The a substantial down payment can
dairies
regulations governing 'Limitation of coverage Is recognized the State and receiving Instruc- the careful handling of books by present act now in effect be paid for It. Marginal land may {

milk plants, according Watson.to Attorney In an by the Social Security tion in the methods and techniques school children and despite the advancing was drafted in 1937, and restricted have produced profits under the
General J. Tom
Mayo Administration as the most se- of farming. cost of manufacturethe production In Florida. Under the conditions prevailing in the past

opinion to Commissioner general pointed out rious continuing shootcomlng of English said that the farming price per child of textbooks has proposed new act, Mr. Ferris few years, but it wlU not do so .t t tit

the attorney passed a the old-age and survivors insurance instruction is given in 50 Florida dropped steadily from $1.24 in points out that theoretically this deflation occurs.

that the recent leglslaure ." :Mr. Gehrken added."Recommendations 245 vocational agricul- .90 In is still under quota restrict- "
law which placed the production of counties by 1941-42 to $.99 in 1942-43; area Plan now for lower prices and

milk under the commissioner of agriculture have been ture teachers-most. of them veter 1943-44; $.89 in 194445; and final- lions, but adds that actually the adjust the farm. business as': well

,. And gives him the responsibility submitted to the Congress to extend ly to $.78 in 1945-46, the Florida Glades are not restricted for a period as possible to meet them. Since-

of enforcing such rules. the program to Include farm ans.The veterans, organized in school head explained.The of at least five years, at the the producer cannot control prices,

workers, domestic and public workers classes of 20 or less, receive 4 total expenditure for the end of which a new sugar bill will his incomeby
,The state board of health only can he must try to keep up
make sanitary rules governing employees of non-profit organizations hours a week of organized group school books In 1945-46 amountedto be brought forth, since the one a reasonable output but his

where milk and cream are and self-employed persons. instruction, (class and shop), 2 1157,585.30;; for elementary schoolbooks now before Congress expires then. production must be highly efficientto .f

gold places or can concern itself with the The administration has also recom- hours a week of farm Instruction, : 166088.94 for high schoolbooks "While this new bill may appearto do this. Try to produce higher :

,sanitary condition of the milk or mended an increase in benefit and spend the rest of their time for a total of $674.24. restrict Florida production, it actually yields{ by using only the best land "

dairy products to be sold. amounts under this program. actually working on the farm under The greatest number of free does nothing of 'the kind," for cultivated crops, planting good

the supervision of the trained textbooks, 71,636. were received by Mr. Ferris emphasized. "However, seed of adapted varieties, growingthe

i' In the opinion of Attorney Gen Elder and Mrs. W. H. Harden agriculture instructors.The Dade' county, with an enrollmentof if and when a time comes daringthe highest-profit crops and using

eral J. Tom Watson the legislatureof returned to their home here last farms used by the veteran- 52,640 school children. Glades five years that it should re- fertilizer liberally aa long as fertilizer

1947 did not Intend to eliminate Friday night from Alabama where trainees are rented or owned out- county, with an enrollment of only strict production, we can secure Is cheap in terms of farm

the recording of proofs of publication they spent a month at their old right. The veteran keeps all the 408, received only 525 books., amendments with a strong likelihood -! products (as it is now).

in law suits because they frequently home. profits from his farm venture. The books are distributed to the of getting them." 1 I As labor rates have risen much

t constitute the only proof The veteran's crop for the coming counties on the basis of the cost The bill now before Congress and probably will remain high

that the court had obtained Jurisdiction Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wright left year is mapped out by the agriculture of books for each grade, the number liar the distinction of enjoying the longer than farm prices exercisecare
Monday for their home at Sarasota cooperationwith and approval of all sugar
over all the defendants. Insructor in of pupils in each grade, unqualified in employing labor cult out

E. Green clerkof circuit court after spending two weeks visiting a VA representative and the the need. Counties request.the Interests, the entire Industry as inefficient workers, and Increase

1 Ray In Clearwater had asked for his relatives and friends In Okeechobee. veteran, who decides what type of number and type books needed well as of the secretary of agriculture labor efficiency by providing good

opinion on a recent law which specifies farming he wishes to engage in. within the scale set by the Department the secretary of state, the equipment, arranging work conveniently !
of Florida crops Education and the director of the budget and the
order exceptan Although all types of ,
that 'no written Rev. and Mrs. :M. :M. Martin left organizing crews properly,
final Judgment are being planted the veterans books are shipped free to the counties President of the United States for devices.
order of dismissal, a and using labor-saving
Atlanta Ga.,
Sunday night for I'
final decree" shall be show a decided preference for from the School Book Depository the first time in history.In Cull livestock and poultry now t
or a where they went on account of the t
books of "general farming" with the accent In Jacksonville.All the great game of give and '
recorded In the minute illness: of their &On.. M. M. Martin,,, Florida I which the layman thinks of while meat prices are high.. Keep .;..
particular books used in take
general declared on no one crop. and feed
the court. The attorney only the high producer
; Jr., who will undergo an operation
the stu the it is one, of the few
that the need for recording The instructor assists schools must be approved by as legislation and care tor them welL '
there
today. dent-farmer in the planting, workIng State Textbook Purcha.alngBoard., times in history and probably the '
proofs of publication of public notice U old machines can be made to

In suits is established:: elsewhere may be waived. and harvesting of his crops the State Board of Education anda first time In the sugar Industry, perform satisfactorily for a while

and he added that he felt and helps him In the solving -of special rating committee of that such unanimous approval baa longer, wait for lower prices for '

the proof of publication which The Florida constitution does) the farming problems which may teachers principals and laymen, been present. '' new machines. If one cannot pay

shows the Jurisdiction of the court not exempt church-owned property arise. before they may be used in school With eo much at ,stake at the 'I' cash for a new machine and If

over thee defendant is Just as im from taxation unless it is held and English reports that there Is work. present time, and so much of the the machine will not pay for itself

portant as an order of dismissal. used exclusively for religious purposes very little dropping out of the pro- Every contract made by Floridafor future of Industrial Florida de- quickly it is best not to buy a

a final judgment or a final de- gram. The majority of men who the purchase of books, English pending on the provisions of this new machine at this time unless

Attorney General J. Tom Watson leave, English said, do so because continued, contains the provisionthat legislation the widespread ap- it Is very necessary.
cree.
so advised Comptroller Clarence M. they have made so much "the book is being sold to the proval of the new act reflects much Do not expand the farm businessnow

Gay In to question of farm ventures lowest it is sold credit those who have worked
Bank deposits accepted before or reply a money from their State at the price on if all labor must be hired as ,
whether tax exemption might not that they are no longer eligible for anywhere in the nation." so diligently in Washington to lose their advantage ;
after banking hours are Just ask large farms
: binding on the bank as.those taken be applied to' property owned bya subsistence benefits. With this provision In all contracts bring it about. over smaller ones in times of declining -

1 church and used for administration The veteran farmer trainees and the fact that all books Ferris paid tribute to Senators and Incur risk of
in when the front doors are open. prices
personnel connected with mission come under the GI Bill and single are purchased f. o. b. Jacksonville Spessard L. Holland and Claude d action
Attorney General J. Tom Watson larger cash outlay per pr
informed Comptroller Clarence e M. work in South America. The vets, receive $65 a mouth and married (instread of f. o. b.) New York or Pepper and Representative Dwight unit .
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property was not located on the vets $90. f. o. b.. Seattle, which would increase L. Rogers particularly for the won- tIt good time
'Gay. The bank within its legal is not believed a
lands where the church was situ Most of the veterans in the program the final price), the Stateof derful Job they have done and are livestock enterprises.Going *
checks or '
also in certifying to expand
rights
ated. Whether church owned property were on the farms before Florida has been able to realizea doing In this connection.Few at
such checks on holidaysor into 'PUrebred'production
in paying
is used exclusively for religious .: they entered the service, English great savings OB the purchase of obstacles are. foreseen In is
after regular banking hours. present prices risky.
: purposes, however, Is a que&tJon -', added, but a sprinkling of school books. the path of passage of the bill and raise
Banking hours the attorney general Grow ,a good garden_ :
noted 'are merely regulationsfor of fact to be determined by i deity men" who are turning to The saving of money on the pur-\ which Ja expected to reeelve-favor- livestock to provide food 'for" the

each tax assessor the attorney gen farming for their livelihood has chase of school books in no way able .action within the next few -
bank which
convenience of the family.
eral concluded. been noted. (Continued_ on Page 4) weeks.


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Analyst Rod Commentator.WASHINGTON. <

I Better Quality Product This :
.; .- summer the Warm Springs Infantile -

i Results at Small Cost Paralysis foundation turned over a little five-room houseon .PRESTO, chango! Turn drabness -

the mountainside to the state of Georgia which will run it .L. to freshness through the

Milk customers don't pay off ont as a museum and national shrine. And so another of the "Lit- magic of slip covers! Anyone

the quality of milk as it is pro- tle White Jlouses" goes back to the people. It is the only one ,even a beginner can whip up a set

duced on the farm. It's quality at in which president spent his.last days., In one of its three of lovely slip covers in no time .

the point of sale that puts money bedrooms President Roosevelt died. In its. living .room he ',.\.x flat with the easy pin-cut-sew -

to the bank. his last words.The method.
., spoke to cut the
: ma-
The faces There are rtn patterns
therefore
dairy farmer
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Warm Springs house was different from other summer hideawaysof tents Is draped right oa the ctoalr. TheApin'
double task-to produce good milk edge and sides of the. "
presidents because it was really a home The late President Roosevelt OTgthetop .
ltae
outside pin
: at milking time, chair and cut well your
himself built it in 1S32 at a cost of $8,700. He willed it to the infantile The arms. back front and other sections '
and to preserve paralysis foundation. It was a very simple structure In which the archi- TILLSand SOIL WITH GADGET For a total outlay of f75 for welding of.the chair are made' la the HIDe easy
that hard-won good and few parts James van Hyfte 31-year-old farmer near B JscIale. DL. way
tecture of the locality a Rooseveltian ideas are blended. There
Instructions for ,.
ness until his prod- third built this highly efficient, light weight tractor. A 1928'car engine Is Step-by-step. Illustrated
are the two bedrooms a guest room a living room a kitchen and makta many types of slip covers are given '
uct has been sold.Preservatl thaf all. But there is a view that would make a Park avenue penthouseowner the heart of the tractor. A double transmission gives the machine six t ?booklet No. 35. Send 2Sc to coins ,_

n of jealous. speeds forward aDd three reverse making It adaptable to any kind for weekly"lI! Newspaper JdDC SUp Cover Service Successfully SO West tkSU to :-

quality requiresthat of load speed, field or road condition. New York 11 N- Y. Print address -
milk be cooled Like all of the houses which President booklet, mie; and No. 35.I .name.

below 50 degrees within approxi- Roosevelt occupied this little dollar pool" I have seen the pool. M1M1hM1M1M1A. '
mately an hour and a half after it cottage is crammed with history. It is less than 20 feet across. Pollywogs NEWS REVIEW M1P.a M1M1hM1M1M1M1a '1

i is drawn in order to check bacteria much of it still unwritten. wiggle in it, rocks green with I ASK'MS '1 '.

i growth and eliminate souring and' Warm Springs was the symbol of years of moss surround it. It has ? '

f off-flavors.. Roosevelt's victory ,over disease been there a long time and I doubt New Dust Bowl Feared;. 7t ANOTHER I "

Water alone is not a satisfactory I and a1n. Since ..,.. .. I I if anyone' ever had the temerity to B : '
cooling agent because only' in rare then -largely because ... bathe in it, although "Shangrila"was | A General,Quir -eM1-aa
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instances is its temperature lower of his efforts a deserted boys' camp when it Corn Outlook M1aaaeM1ooe ',_-<
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than 60 degrees. The addition of many hun- was taken over. It sits high on a ImprovesThinking The Question

? ice to water will help, but storage dreds of others mountain top beside a splashing

difficulties and the work involved in have achieved trout stream surrounded by thick men-experienced ranchers, grain men and 1. When was-Oliver Cromwell.:-,

keeping the tack adequately supplied similar victoriesin woods. bankers in the West-are looking worriedly ahead to a revivalof beheaded? ,:

present, certain obstacles tot the community Today there is one overstuffed the dreaded dust bowl because transient farmers are plow- 2. How many times does the .-
its In addition its cost if
use. purchased of which the
chair in the
comer of the solarium
often is so high as to offset "Little WhiteHouse" that somehow always to ing up thousands of acres of virgin range to plant wheat which word "veto" appear in the Constitution '

the'price received for satisfactorilycooled was apart turned around at a certain seems angle.get I will bring them two dollars a bushel. of the United States? '
3. How'many vocal cords has the
milk.Because stimulus :the two-<
Under the of
Turned that way, a side table is human f
of this situation many The simple within easy reach a push button dollar wheat, buffalo'grass is being nesota and South Dakota is about larynx?
electric mink coolers (either of the cottage was also and a hand telephone with an ex- turned over at an unprecedented equal to that of last year, but heavy 4. Who said: "You shall not, "",

tank or senator' type) are being Installed the scene of his tension number on It. Lift it and the ate, and the prediction is that losses have been incurred as a result press,down upon the brow of labor

on electrified ,farms. Such death. He was answer comes. "White House." It when it quits raining the dust bowl of excessive rain. Most observers this crown of thorns, you shall not: "

coolers, according ,to the Pennsylvania posing for a porBankhage connects directly with the switchboard will stage a savage comeback.The agree that while the growingcorn crucify mankind upon a cross'ofgold" p

State college school of agriculture trait when the at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue.It West again has become a crop is two to three weeks be- ? ::.
,' meet the farmer's require- "terrible headache" came. He had : paradise for speculators who are hind last year it still has time to 5. Was the Suez 'canal ever -:

meats for they are "designed to cool signed his letters for the day and & gives me a rather strange buying up land for $15: to $25 an stage a comeback given favorable closed to shipping? :
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fresh milk quickly uniformly and his last signature, which I have feeling. to look at that chalr- acre and planting it in wheat. One weather. 6. Does the sun spin around of :
economically." empty-and realise what messages Such shortened growing period Its axis?
seen there is evidence that death good,crop will pay for the land and a
On the basis of tests conducted already was "plucking at his went over the telephone leave them a good profit besides. however may result in reduced I 7. Is a baby rattlesnake danger- -

recently on 101 electrified New York sleeve." beside It. what words were dictated Suitable primarily: for,, grazing, the yields. Also growers in the two otis? ..

state farms the cost of cooling milk Late in the war when it was difficult while the long cigarette. land normally Is priced at from $2 states are reported to have turned, 8. Where was linen first made' ; i

\ electrically averages from 12 to 13.5 to go far from Washington an- holder moved nervously to the to $10 an acre.'Suitcase in the past year to planting corn 9.: What is the life span. of a' ,;'

cents per hundred pounds.Thepower other "summer White House" in ash tray on the table at its arm. farmers* ron in with requiring a shorter growing period mouse? ;,
rate in the test 3 cents Therefore while the 10. Which state has the longest :
', area was Maryland was established. It was President Truman has not used their tractors plows and drills, put than formerly. r _
; per kilowatt hour of"power which given the name "Shangri-la." The "Shangri-la" very often but when in a wheat crop and then leave until corn may mature relatively earlier name?
is about %"cent lower than the national than formerly it will do so at the
'. President himself named it Jokinglywhen he' goes there next he and Mrs. it is time to harvest the grain. No ,
; farm electridty'rate. because of security reasons Truman win find a 'retreat which one stays. to check, the.; inevitable. expense of a smaller, yield an acre. The Answers ,

; during the war, its location had to gives them more privacy than probably wind erosion.; DISCORD .

be concealed. It was discovered any other spot on earth. The current world food shortage : 1. Not until he was. dead and.':
.
: KNOW YOUR BREED thanks to a slip of the tongue on the Tucked away in the deep woods is offers some'Justification for expanding Paris Clash buried. His body was exhumed; .:

f'' ., New HampshiresBy part of Mrs. Roosevelt and because a new little cabin just big enoughfor the wheat crop, but it would be Latest attempt to bring the opposing and beheaded. ::,:*%.r'-:.< :_
absurd stories were written about two. No guest,room no parlor. difficult to' maintain ,that rational 2. Not once. k'It;.. ;: "
of the world into closer
areas
:
."J. DRYDEN, the tremendous amount of money Just a cozy cottage with a neat outlook 11. resulting dust ''storms 3. ,Two,. : ,
4 which had been modem harmony by, ,means of an international ; ","
expended on Itasa kitchen a dining room- caused recurrence of the mass has 4. William Jennings Bryan
conference resulted
Progenitors of the, presentdayNew matter of fact it cost very little to sitting room with a fireplace. There ruin and exodus from the dust bowlof have all the others, in a complete as 5. Yes, once in 1882 and";again
Hampshire convert-it was thrown to the two is a company, three'a crowd.A '<" _
were among some open :the 1930s.. discordant, unharmonious cacophony. in 1915 by the British. 'r*< .'
of the farm flocks of "Red" chick. press. sanctuary president
any 6. Yes once 25 day& J-
'. every ., <
ens in New Hampshire 35 to 40 One article described its "million serves. de-I FAIR OUTLOOK: 7. Yes at birth it has venom< _"''.'
.
It the Paris conference of ,
was
years ago. In selecting the stand- ; '
oils characteristics. .
: I ard New Hampshire freedom from Corn ProspectAs British. French and Russian repre-
8. In
Havens of Other Presidentsby I England by Flemish,weav
x : !.!" 'f. July entered the Midwest's sentatives on. Secretary of, State ers. ':

ever since the days of. Buchanan Lynn where the offices were agricultural 'scene' with a gush of Marshall's save Europe proposalMARSHALL 9. Its full span is about six, -

i : { almost every President has seen fit located.In warm air and sunshine, prospects years. ,

{ to flee the banks of the Potomac 1926 he chose an Adirondack appeared reasonably good for a ANGERED 10. Rhode Island. Its full name .;

: f. when Washington weather begins to "camp." near Paul Smith's. One of fair-sized crop cf corn in. Minnesotaand Angered at Soviet criticism of is The State of Rhode Island and .
lure the mercury to the top of the those primitive places millionaires South Dakota this year. the Providence Plantations. Incidentally C -
his recovery plan."Secretary .
tube. build in the wilderness equippedwith However in those states, as In the European tate Rhode Island is the -
Although the United States armybegan all the comforts of a modem rest of the corn belt, a long periodof of as George"malicious Marshall smallest state in land area. -

being hot weather host to hotel Kirkwood Camp, owned by favorable weather conditions is rejected a
distortion of the truth" the Russian
most essential. The heavy '--- -
chief executives in Buchanan's time Irvin KIrkwood a newspaper publisher frequent, .
and' continued to do so into the was such a place rains must stop In order that satu- claim that American offers TO SOOTHE
1 I If II
rated fields return to normal. to help put ,Europe on Its feet C
regime of the dashing Arthur. It The next year Coolidge repairedto can '
was because Lincoln lived at the the Black Hills of South Dakota Planted acreage of corn in Min- 'are Inspired by imperialist,mo- RASH OR TITTER
tives. He drew a stinging1 comparison
"cottageJust within the Eagle where he lived in a spacious lodge Quickly apply thin g and comforting
between United States'efforts
Gate of the Soldiers' Home ( the trout streams GRAYS OINTMENT with
now among guarded
for world aid 'and Soviet Its' wholesome antiseptics and nature -
i well within the city of Washington by a troop of cavalry and making a Just Friendsj. aggrandisement Ia aiding medication.: Nothingelse
proper but once a distant suburb) long, twice-weekly Journey. to Rapid Europe. like it-nothing' ao comforting
that this summer White House became City to attend to affairs of state and ...., pleasant for externally caused skin
famous as the Lincoln Cot- Interview the press. troubles. Me. Get a package today.
which went on the rocks this time
tage.When The next year he again went to
the rift between
deepening Russia
Grover Cleveland became Wisconsin and on an island in a lake A Safe Sound Investment- =
,
and the western
powers.
president however and ,
"11.. shortly 28 miles southeast of Superior, livedin
i thereafter took a bride he felt that 1 Cedar Lodge, making necessarya Conflict arose over two main is- Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

;New Hampshire male at Oklahoma it was improper live on the army j 56-mile trip three times a week. sues:
y in the months. So he' "
contest.puDorum summer President Hoover when be took L Soviet Foreign Minister V.
bought a place of his own called : ,,
s office almost M. Molotov
immediately went ., opposed any plan
disease rapid growth Red Oak on a high hill in the capi-
down into his ww by which the
own well-lined Jeans .,. great powers
< rapid feathering and egg quality tal now known in honor of his short
I and for $15,000 bought 'Rapidan,*' could Impose an economic pro
t 1 considered domicile Cleveland Park.It .
;; were equally with type there as .
another mountain stronghold in the gram on the smaller nations of
and color. was a plain farm house when he
Blue Ridges. When he left office he Europe while British Foreign
The ideal male is rich brilliant bought it but it soon blossomed intoa
promptly deeded the tract to the .. Secretary Ernest Bevin backedby
"'
"
reddish bay in hackle and saddle comfortable home.
commonwealth of Virginia, hoping French Foreign Minister
.. : _, brilliant deep chestnut red on wing Then Washington was a town
perhaps other presidential campfires \ Georges Blcla Jt. wanted to
"1 '-. bow and back and medium chest- of some 175,000 people (1886) and
would burn there. But his draft a broad scheme
sui for
:- reconstruction -
# cut red on breast and other sections. Cleveland had an unobstructedview
Tbe' female is medium chest. over the whole panorama cess j chose otherwise. \ of all Europe. IC

cut red throughout A pullet will down to the Potomac' itself. Warm Springs belongs to the 2. Molotov placed his entire dy 4y
When he state of Georgia countless thousands emphasis oa the American aid
weigh 5% pounds; hen 6tt pounds; was defeated be sold the
win visit it. as they do Hyde aspect of the Marshall plan but
cockerel .74 pounds and cock all place. When reelected he bought an -
: pounds., other. N Park and other local monument Britain and France primarilystressed

That effectually ended the Sol "Shangri-la" is now a part of the a self-help- program for I CALOX :

diers' Home tradition and it was national park system. His Excellency the Most Reverend Europe. change to

'. Disposal Incinerator really not until the time of President The next president whoever bema Dr. Mar Ivanlons, archbishop Result Is that Great Britain and for the ionic.
.
;-'r: ': An incinerator! for disposal ol Taft that a "working' summer be may. have it if he wishes, of Trivandram. India enJoy France probably will go ahead with- eUect

dead birds, poultry turkeys and animals headquarters was set up. Other without extra expense
',. or, birds .that : presidents took vacations-Theodore payer. But who knows? He may youngest of the prvlifio Dionne four-year reconstruction programof : Effidntt Cabs varka
: !
might be carriers of Roosevelt "went home" to his have a dream-house realization of .family which also Includes quin sell-help at the same time hop. two a far

tit disease may be constructed beloved Sagamore Hill on Oyster whtch we need hardly' begrudge tuplets. The two met In Ottawa tog for American credits and *Helps remove lm...bring out
I from an old oa Bay with a secretary or two. Presi- him. Canada. plies.FAVORABLE sup- ailcams! lastre of year
= mile.
(
aaur dent Taft
metal barrel. Iron went to Beverly Mass.
2A.P< 't' ... rode are'run'through When President Wilson went encourages r .Ac massage...
; ,the"*barrel, six, or acstt to Cornish. N. u.. It was for rest FORECASTDownward watch baa ato .icd'eaoop.IU
'tifht: Inches above. rr and recuperation. la 1)18 be *..beJpaiAke them firm and

_.;;e, ", wed,f. parallel too the chose the imposing Shadow t 507.100,6 ap your saulewuhiti
bottom'to auva- Lawn in New Jersey and by.
-t Price Trend 101M. Attir. --. ,....,..
adL' Holes are cut below the,grill that time 'war was Impending Seen ..,;eI'y
"
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= {, tee draft. This is.teaspeed conand his staff west with him. r ?

a must by Clemson Agricularlfeaeouege. President Harding didat NEW YORK.With the postwar The bank warned; however that in farm price does not
.
.; ,..\ ; want to "get away.** He wanted inflationary price rise apparently a combination of contingencies such in the near future appear it said.Imminent -

"'" "'4" people' lets of them' around nearing an end the probabilities as bad'weather and a' substantial Food prices although bebop

3 ,3 ,Cattle for him-also SZ cards seem to favor a downward move- deterioration, of domestic crop prospects highs are supported by a high recent level 2I/IuJSiell-1
President Coolidge. toe. it was ment of the price index in the next 'could upset,Us forecast. of employment and
.Q.. i a roves Herd said didn't know what to do'with a 12 months it is predicted in a re- After ,examining the factors in- come. Prices of national in Ill Elf Kits in rtat .r -
': vacation but h* made as geographically The volved'in the rise many manufactured RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO'
cattle, Purdue en- port on Price Level" releasedby present as compared goods have risen
x- i- recommend the use" of varied a selection of summer Bankers Trust company. with' those in the price Jump estldesplie greatly onlymod' '

c T'DDT wettable powder White House sites as any president. The report prepared by Roy L. following World War,!.: the bank costs of labor and'materials.Furthennore. Increased.-
] .. water at"the 'rate -of First It was 'Swampscott' where. Reierson of the bank's economic department said.- .me.the" mil i commodity ,' it Is : L .

r ;:{ ... ...... k.ave caHocs. It is as'oat dispatch put it, he was "teth added that "the'prices of wholesale, price index has not In- the, greatly increased'pointed out.
m '. ; IIIIi _tla grate of one quart perjj4VB ered to'* telegraph wire." 'As a semi manufactured goods may creased *s much this. time as in savings and liquid assets supply; of:
: : ) matter of fact telegraph wires show World War I it is may pro-
no a further likely
,. ........s or:tour'appHcae modest and probably that the decline vide forj-
ftte."PPort the
.. ;_:e*., fHIfc. .. 'about,,three actually entered "White Court,.** thetreat ,temporary rise but it,is believed In:the'price..1evelwiU not be level. :The business inventory price.
') colonial mansion perched ca that such as severe ,during this', alma
f.1 : ;. ed are,tee- any movement will correction tion, moreover does
,
'f' It' $fafionccomflrtP- the:'rim of New. ,England's ,rock- be more than offset: by decBnes in period as-it was In 1930-1S21.M comparable to the excessive not :appear use thkerass ag,3aMg aeNt

-" ...". krIU booed coast but the telephone did the prices of farm and food, com- :'* he bank<'cited. number'of factors try 'speculation ,mone a hEtlli: aft foci as flsfitip s,

-- ,1'L r-: ..''1.' ,sad,tin mad regular trips"to near. ,modules and other materials.*! .to'.support Its view.,A:coBapce War X* :following' World-, tit ffft r/fu!N Itafa M Mtu

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'.i /4, : :If you want to use ham or pork HE,WAS BIGHT-. ..Jack Ladhv .!.t;$;, .' -"" "''''-''''.
.i for barbecued sandwiches, use the ski, food corporation bead went Planning for the Future
,,, : (: ollowmg' sauce: all the way. In court to prove that STORY OF EROSION Acting through the ages, wind and water
Barbecued Ham or Pork his sauerkraut had been rnlshandled have carved this masterpiece of nature-the North Window in Arches Buy U.S.Savings Bonds! c
& Sandwiches. on railroad and that it had national monument Utah. ,
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'\At }{, cap' chopped onion not fermented and exploded by u1&F;
itself. VAST LABORATORY
X cine garlic

: \;; ,fi cap tomato catsup 'Doss r Imo.Jn.
.< ',. % cup Worcestershire sauce .
% teaspoon pepper National Monuments Protect bal.f .

1 cap tomato soap t;

?4 cap vinegar .
... :: Scientific Historic 'Features
,
1 :
g' tablespoon butter ',' ,
2 tablespoons sugar
: ;, WNU Features.Several .
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Mix all ingredients together and ';:' '
l':. Sandwiches. each simmer a few minutes. Use to months ago National Park service received an 0 wils
as these"ecc-. baste meat whileIt urgent appeal from a small boy. "Send me some informa- v
bargers" are the j
perfect
to summertime eating. answer Whenserved is cooking.When tion," he wrote, "my clas.s is studying about it." One might !

with salad and relishes, meat is 1 assume that the little boy was revealing an overconfidencein

beverage ,and fruit, yon have a tender slice and (Ii' /1 the ability of National Park service to "come across." ; 'haa

1 complete meal ready In no time add to sauce in .. .. Actually, the youngster was not too far out of line. The 171
J pan with 1 cup \ areas that make up the nationalpark *- her
;
,It's estimated that sandwiches are sweet pickle relish system of the United States having been created in 1908. ,Here

eaten at the rate of 30 million daily. and serve cut a wide swath across the total of 15- a small ,but fine grove of Call
here in the Unit- '_ sauce as a relish p7? 4 I' natural and human phenomena. ornia redwood trees nestling in a
ed States, and ;. on the sandwiches. Throughout the entire country deep ravine on the slopes of Mount
it's no wonder,4. )! If you are having a large crowd there. is a genuine thirst for knowledge Tamalpais. The monument was
because they are In either for a picnic or for a porch and named in honor of John Muir the a

;< erne of the simplest supper plan to have several different from 500 to famous naturalist who" did much to Sluggard So lazy he won't

,-most. nourishing varieties of sandwiches on a National Parks 1.500 requests arouse public sentiment for'protection even get up when a lady enters.Dogs ,
up
foods to large platter. a selection of salad, Eleventh for information of the redwoods 'and sequoias. art often listless when they're not fed /

serve. fresh fruit and cookies and bever- OUTMODES ATOM BOMB are received right. Gro-Pup Ribbon would give hict
Do you like to age. The sandwiches may be madein Prof. T. D. J. Leech-is leading In a Series daily AMONG THE BETTER known him every vitamin and mineral dogs derk
the morning and wrapped in known to need for vigor and
are
make in the central at
supperssimple figure in development of an Amer national monuments, primarily of
waxed and chilled. vitality. Economical-one box
heavy National supplies
paper office of
on hot. : ican-British weapon of which be scientific interest are the Petrified
Here are some suggestions: Park service. These requests as much food by dry weight as
s we Iterlng' says "by comparison the atom Forest on U. S. Highway 66 In eastern five 1-lb. can of dog food! Gro-Pup cull
nights Serve a sandwichsaladsupper 1. Beef or tongue sliced thin bomb Is a clumsy method of at come not only from school children I Arizona the White Sands in also comes in Meal and in Ptl-EtU. 0.1
on the cool back porch. Do and spread with mustard-horse tack. He is a New Zealander. but also from mature men and I south central New Mexico. Jackson '
:you like to whip up a picnic at a radish on rye or pumpernickelbread. women. Many more thousands of Hole in Wyoming adjoining
moment's notice Then wrap to- .. people go directly to the national Grand Teton National park and the t I Dogs ro

gether a few sandwiches fruit and 2. Cold pork chopped sweet j' -;.,"' ., parks, monuments and historic sitesto Badlands in South Dakota east of I leGRO
.
beverage to take along to beach or pickle salad dressing and let- v z '''''''" .4 seek first hand for the answers to the Black Hills. Less well known PUP mai
tuce white bread. their questions. The national park i -
woods. on but accessible by highway are the
Simplest of all sandwiches Is the 3. Sardines mashed with ">, system serves as a vast laboratoryfor Joshua Tree national monument in R1880M --

slice of meat between two pieces,of chopped hard cooked eggs, ,: \ : the study of North American biology southern California the Organ Pipe

bread; but it tastes even better if moistened with lemon juice and geology paleontology history Cactus and Saguaro national monu.

you add some toothsome spread or boiled dressing and Worcestershire and prehistory.The ments in Arizona.These three areas ..ar.o.ea..a#.- I
accompaniment to it, such as: sauce. great national parks suchas all contain unusual exhibits. of desert Ian

1. Cover' with a thin slice of :'- Swiss cheese tomato slices Yellowstone, Glacier Yosemite type flora.Capulin .
cranberry Jelly especially ham and wafer-sliced beef with let- and Grand Canyon were established mountain in New

or roast pork. tuce and mayonnaise. on rye primarily for the protection Mexico Craters of the Moon In St.Jos ay
2. Cover 'with thinly sliced bread. of magnificent scenery, Idaho the Devil's Fostpile and I
t sweet or sour pickles or mustard 5., Chopped hard-cooked eggs, .!If 'but each of these parks also contains Pinnacles In California Sunset ASPIRIN: f
,
,' rmixed with chopped' tufed'olives ?' a boundless variety of,natural Crater,In Arizona, and WheelerIn Pin:
--
3. Spread with horseradish and aalad dressing with, phenomena. 'The national Colorado are all national --- .
mixed with mayonnaise. lettuce on whole wheat bread. monuments, on the other hand; monuments'Illustrating various,

4. Cover with lettuce' and 6. Ground cooked chicken have t' 'been' created usually to forms of volcanic action. -.
mixed with an equal amount of protect single scientific or historic
boiled dressing or sandwich Capulin mountain is a particularly
chopped cooked ham seasoned feature-an extinct volcano Yodora
spread. fine example of an extinct volcano (
with chopped olives and mayonnaISe' an ancient Indian ruin oran ,
5.Cover with .chili sauce or ; and the highway spirals
catsup. on white bread. early American fortification. around the mountain from'the baseto
t checks
When you have leftover meat. It often has been said that a national the rim of the crater- From

chop it or put'' It through'the meat SPOON-FED ORPHAN Too park covers a large area, the summit on a clear day one hasa and
grinder and serve la any .of these young to feed itself and having no while national monument is small view extending into four states. perspiration

ways: :" mama or papa to take care of it This Is 'not true. Many national e 1ETlf

1. Mix with mustard and season In a nice/ comfortable nest this monuments contain only a few PERSONS INTERESTED in caverns odorTHI
with: ,chopped pimiento or little wool thrush Is fed by hand acres each but there are a num- will find the following group of
.green pepper.' from a spoon. It was deserted by ber of geological exhibits in the national national monuments of interest: adq

2. Mix with equal. parts of its parents In Philadelphia. park system of such vast Jewel Cave in South Dakota. Leh- S 1NM' WAY
finely shredded cabbage and -i 4 proportions that areas of consider- man Caves in Nevada, Oregon ,"
....... .,....
serve with chopped pickle or .f able extent are required for their. Caves near Crater Sake National Made with a Joe crew&-**.fbdora al'
onion. b. if protection.THE park in Oregon and TimpanogosCave is actually tocthkg to normal ikhu.
3. Season with chow-chow or :t in Utah. Shoshone Caverns No harsh chemicals or irritating Clt

pickle relish and season with 'Wi. TWO LARGEST areas In the national monument in Wyoming is salts Won't harm- skis or clothing. S t

enough boiled dressing' or mayonnaise \. national park system are national not yet developed and is not open to | Slap soft and creamy never getsgnuny. c

\to mix through. f _________ monuments. These are Katmai and the public. .
4. Mix with chopped olives, I .. "(:'., Glacier Bay in Alaska. Katmai Students of extinct forms of ani- Try genii*Yodora Jed the.wonderful i iIdifferencel
green pepper and dressing. .,,. .. '.ti t national monument containing 4.215 mal and plant life will profit froma -, ade
." .
,
5. Mix with chopped hard- ;: .' -,'- .- < square miles, is a volcanic region visit to Dinosaur national monument BItb
cooked chopped green the scene of a violent eruption in in Colorado and Fossil Cycad .
eggs A cect'bey and *
and mayonnaise. creamy> rare. 1912 which resulted in creation of national monument in South Da.
pepper slices of a simple cake, or fruit .....
kota. .
the Valley of the Ten Thousand ,,
with chopped celery .y
6. Aide and cookies off .
fittingly top a. Smokes. Glacier Bay national mon .
with mayonnaise.
and moisten: :
When you plan to feed a bunch of sandwich supper. ument covering 3,589 square miles PERHAPS THE MOST interest-
heart7.'eaters and of territory embraces several huge tog and unusual of all national monuments '
For nourishing "burger"
the weather is a sandwich a might. like these typeof glaciers and a bay choked with icebergs is a group in southern Utah ictt,
bit the you Largest national monumentin near the Arizona border which In-
\ on crisp
made with eggs. n..r&aww ir..a+.wws a..l>0XI
cludes
side, then serve the United States proper is DeathValley the Arches the Natural
hot sandwiches De Luxe Er.eburr.ers. covering 2,891 square milesof Bridges and the Rainbow bridge
for a real treat (Serves 6) desert and mountains. Here is national monuments. AU three :

The barbecued 6 eggs located the lowest point in the areas are relatively inaccessible. :
2 tablespoons fat for frying country 280 feet below the level of A road does extend fairly close to -
is ideal for
type the occasion. 6 round buns '._"M"_ the sea. the first of the natural bridges, but 80T-1
9 alleetl cheese Katmai and Glacier Bay national from there on the traveler must proceed
Barbecued' Hamburgers ,1 medium-sized onion GERMAN PARTY BOSS FrauHarla' monuments are undeveloped and re- on foot or horseback:To reach on,
(Makes 6)' Salt and pepper Von Bredow became.. Ger quire much preparation and plan- the Rainbow bridge the visitor must Women in 1011'to'.-. Does this a

la cap mflk' Split buns. Lay halves, split side many's first woman' party leader ning on the part of the visitor before make a two-day trip by horse. functional to rpma mlddle8a caress uou period to suffer pcculfcM not- ae
34 cap soft bread crumbi3j when the military government licensed : flathet. nenroua big Wni. weal
up, on baking sheet place cheese he can explore them but Death With an automobile with over
ound ground ,beef. slices on them and toast In hot oven her "equal political right Valley in California, so forbiddingto sized tires it is possible to penetrate tired Pinknam's feeUnrit Vegetable Then do Compound try Lydl* tareUere K.

}4 tesspoonsalt or under broiler until cheese begins for women" party. She is a the early immigrant, now can the Windows section of Arches tor tbl xicb ytnptom It* /cewm. et
J4 teaspoon pepper to 'melt and other half Is toasted. countess in her own right.WARNS be visited comfort and safety by national monument but to the Dev. purpoeelTaken recuJ&rlr-PSnlh&m.: Com

2 tablespoons' Worcestershire. r- Meanwhile fry eggs medium firm the motorist. Death Valley, however n.. Garden 'one must go on footor pound such helps dt build T&onsands upap.tDa& r-tfttno fun
nonce. turning race; season. Place eggs is extremely hot in the summer horse.: The story told in these reported benefit Also e very eflectt-e
1 tablespoon elder vinegar on toasted halves. Top with onion and the best seasons there are three national monuments is one oi tomacala-- tonic. Wortn trylncl

H cup ..tomale.cabap'Combine rings. Serve hot open or closed. late fall winter and early spring. erosion by wind and water. Irat6 I.11",6 U't'vismurCMtreeM
bread crumbs and milk. Pass chili sauce chopped pickle rel- 'i c1* Other national monuments which LID,,,, II age:

Add ground meat salt and pepper. ish or mustard. ; THE FIRST national monumentwas also tell the story of erosion are: re s

Form meat into patties then brown For beverage at porch or picnic Devil's Tower in northeastern Cedar Breaks, Zion and Capita] WNU 14 29-47When sac

oa both sides. in two tablespoons of use 1 rounded tablespoon of all pur- Wyoming: established by proclamation Reef In Utah. Grand Canyon and lie

'fat.Combine pose grind, decaffeinated coffee to of Pres. Theodore Roosevelt in Chiricahua in Arizona, the Black
seasonings and vinegar every cup of water. Make by boileror 1906. This is an 865-foct column of ean.on'of the Gunnison and Colorado Your dI
with catsup and pour over meat. I percolator method. Freeze 'coffee volcanic rock which stands' ,high in the state. of Colorado.,

Cover and simmer slowly about 10 in ice cube tray. At serving above the surrounding country and e Back Hurts el

minutes or until. sauce is very time, heat milk but don't let it s may be seen for many miles. FURTHER INFORMATION per.
thick. Serve hot between. -heated or boil Fill glasses with cc&ee! cubes .y5wr .Muir Woods national monumentIn taming to national monuments ma, And Your Strength and t f
toasted bun halves. and pour on hot milk. Theresultwill Marin county, California just be obtained'' by writing National Energy Is Below Par

The above sauce also may be used be a smooth creamy, iced beerate. ?- t north of the Golden Gate, is another Park: Service. Washington 25. D. CX. n mar I* eaawd fcy dl Mnier el kWMy -
for sliced'cooked beef roast or for early national monument or Chicago 54. m. fuctio thct permit* pmeoaeaat as
.te t* egenmnl t for t ....y ,
frankfurters: as barbecues. Released by Western Newspaper Union. people feel tied Mk and mi.snbl. f<
vfca the kbiM?* fu1 t*reaoredda teen 3 .I.IaqM
and Mbe* met matte tree tea
LYNN SAYS; Place newspapers under grass Statae .I-liberty Is a Mew Yorker blood. "aa iac .WEsf

Use 'These'' Mem**' and fiber rugs so they'wfll catch the p a8.. ......... ..... r.
WASHINGTON. Although Bed- 225 tons. Including 100 tons of lee
day copperand =

dirt. Then on cleaning remove r ttt
In the KltebeA'When : Joe's Island, on which the Statue of ,125 tons of big
the newspapers and you" will have -irotd ti e* wit* nuitbnc aad fea*> < ,
ironing ruffled curtains it'easier with fresh Liberty stands Is part of New York framework. The sheet .*her cifs tbat eoMtaiat:to wro t<>Sfc
copper,
the dirt replace :
to do the ruMee first and then caught : state,. the water surrounding ,it is which has. a green patina.from oxldation tbe, There UdZrn.haeddb.aodoebtth or teUddefc' at-pro BC eJ'\- '

the body of the curtain Start at the newspapers. -----. <,, part of New Jersey. is three-thirty-seconds at .'tna DeUt' cans wt&miu Vn derga.
top of the bp-and .teen down; Usea Shake turldsh-toweta' vigorously: to OF COLLAPsE. .'. Predicting 'Upkeep of' the statue which Is inch thick;_about the thickness of a !&**'. JHBk that baa U I*woo better etnmiqrwWe t nly ea u>aftvdxiM f
moveable ironing:jseud.;,or;lay raise the nap en.them after -wash- a oBapse of ear econ:: now a national monument is budg silver doHan' prermi Uu oa' eeeaetW**!-U- nHrkaewa. .'' 1
clean blanket'on'th* floorcov- ing. 'This also removes wrinkles.. eted at about $91000 a year. The' ne'head cf the .Dfa .ha**fceeatiM tad teeDOANSPiiiS* -
a omy" unless Immediate steps are statue first wai ecl msar 7MIS..u. ss a1. drag.... r-
ered wiba 'sheet.. to-"do, ;tee.f best Before.washing'" the' 'bathroom taken EmU Rleve chairman of seven families of National Park exhibited ta Paris and the righ Get. oM4q...; :: '
ironing. floor Ira *good idea to use a vacuum ClO'a full employment committee service 'employes, who live on the arm,and torch Philadelphia a t ,
.Rub greasy'container* with cornmeal : cleaner attachment to pick up says rfsicf'livingcosts.have:not island.-vote in New.York City. : r the centamtalof'Amerlcan. : ladependence. "

if you want to. efean them eas. dust"and small,'part1c:1es"of dirt been checked. "Weight'of the'atatue is placed:at I (
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' I .. THE OKEECHOBEE: NEWS Friday,' July 25,' 1947 ._

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". Published every Friday by theo Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Elledge left I IF IT IS SERVICESEE Ty
<: 'Okeeehobee.N Co..
'. ,- wi at Okeeehobee Tuesday for Jacksonville where AND TRAILER available :
Qkeeehvbee County, Florida
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they are spending two weeks with for cattle hauling, price 20 cents
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BRYANT BOWDEN -.,........Editor his father, F. M. Elledge. per mile.See me at Upthegrove USWE
Beach on Conners Highway. N.

:, J. T. Aldersan, Jr., left last F. Low ,Route 1, Box 105, Okee-
ii .." SUBSCRIPTION RATES week to return to his home In New chobee, Fla. '
One 3ear in advance ..........$3.00 week, here OFFER YOU COMPLETE SERVICE ON
-. r Six' Months in advance ..,..?.. 1.50 York after spending a LOST-16 Hamilton -
yellow
Three Months In advance ,...... 1.00 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. gold 1 TRACTOR t
J. Alderman Sr. filled pocket watch In -vicinity of YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR
Raulerson's Dept. Store. Rewardto
Entered at second class matter,July Brad Thomas and finder. H. L. Stokes.
1. 1914 at the Post Office in Okee- Mr. and Mrs.
'chobee. Florida, under Act of :March. Mr. and :Mrs. Dade Waldron of ,ONE FARMALL TRACTOR FOR MOTOR OVERHAUL

t ,J.'1878. Belle Glade returned to their SALE. Model OC-71284. In run-

homes the first of the week from ning condition. See me at Mltthell" BRAKE RELINING

The nation obstrr "National North Carolina where they spent 1 Cattle Ranch TTpthegrove

,Farm" Safety W..k" July SO to 28. a weeks ricitlon. Beach. X P. Low Route X, Box

Nathan Mayo ..... oar of the first Alto Sr. 105, Okeechobee, Fla. REBUSHING
Watford, ,
i State Agricultural Commissioners Mr. and -
and Mr and Mrs. Salter Watford, FOR SALE-one Aberdine Angus ,
to foster ALIGNING
a state "Farm SafetyProgram" WHEEL
left Wednesday morning for Ala. bull, four yearsold.. N. F. Low, .
,and Florida baa
an en- bama where they will spend a week Route 1., Box 105, Okeechobee, zRADIATORREPAIRING -
viable record In farm safety as a
r .u1t. with relatives and friends. Fla. ''wR CAR WHEEL BALANCING

FOR SALE Poultry fertilizer. '
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Simmons '
J4.50 per pickup truck: load de
The Florida Power and Light announce the arrival of an eight livered. Rik-v andVe4Vev
Roy Tomplinson, Phone
Company has filed an application pound son born Friday, July 18 at A
J. 119, Okeechobee Fla.
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with the Securities and Exchange the hospital in Palatka.Representative WELDING

Commission for permission to Issue FOR SALE-House and lot located :

/ $35,000,000 In new securities. and Mrs. W. 1. in block northwest of court FENDER AND BODY

including bonds, debentures and Hendry left yesterday morning for house. House not completed. Here's a real time sav-

preferred stock to raise part of the Orlando Tallahassee, Atlanta and Write, Mrs. M. L. Fullard, Route er. Whenever your car -

money required to meet Its '85,- Albany, Ga. They expect to be 2, Box*476, Orange Avenue Ex- needs a lubrication STRAIGHTENINGPAINTING "

H; ,000,000 construction program. away a week. tension, Fort Pierce, Fla.
tire
oil
._ change or battery .
Rennis Padgett of Padgett's Tex- service, |lust give us a call.

aco Service Station left Sunday fora We'll come over for your
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vacation of ten days. car do the |lob and WRECKS REBUILT -
.. Seethe
new Jayson bring It back to you!
/ Sixty passenger bus companies
WASH POLISHING & WAXING
operating in Florida have been notified ,

Ja that the Florida Railroadand

Public Utilities Commission LUBRICATINGTHE

... Sport Shirts will meet in Tallahassee October 7,
K\_ : to hear their rebuttal to commission ,

& charges of over-crowding, unsatisfactory -' PRICE OF u. S. TIRES HAS BEEN RE-
terminals I failure to I
: F '; keep schedules and other com- DUCED. IF YOU NEED TIRES SEE US. WE

Priced plaints. PAUL ROBBINS WILL GIVE YOU A LIBERAL ALLOWANCEFOR

4 : $2.951o$3.50 Sheriff Stewart was a visitor Distributor of YOUR OLD TIRES.Okeechobee .

spending several days of last weekat ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and

,; ,,-;... ..... Inverness where he went to ATLANTIC PETROLEUM
bring Mrs. Stewart home from PRODUCTS.

':,.". ,. ;:r?'l'% ?V' MEN'S#t JAYSON PAJAMAS spending the week there with her Phone 118 Okeechobee, Fla. Motor Co.

family.
Handkerchief Cloth
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F' ,, ', Cost Of TextbooksContinued -
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< -. .' $4.95 ( from Page 1) CHILLS SALES 4Fli!' SERVICE

affects the quality of the texts,
W**or U.I.,..,Symptom.FEYER
'; ?}._ 2a.';! Knee; Length, Short Sleeve Model English added and the Department nor gJ".s you i1. S: TIRES PUROIL
t f .* .* of Education maintains a rigid set PUJS 1 MORE .nti.m.Urial :=,a:::,
e
; >:::.h'i: '' : i of qualifications which must be oruqr combined.s Toi.quin* _...... "WHERE SERVICE IS A FACT"

Y $3.95Just met by publishing companies' before i. __\ ...
t any contract is let. Subscribe to The News
:;' To Insure a long life tot the
:: .:
: much-heralded specificationsare l
set up for a high quality of
Arrived
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thread, textiles, adhesives, paper,
and other materials used in book / '
manufacture. In addition rigid er

,':; .MEN'S" LEATHER LACE BOOTS standards for processing are pre' ,, [V81l/hillf bill/he lJn(

., .'ly f'rt scribed and inforced. ,
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-/ -* *- 16-18 inch.
": .",,:,- Textbooks are distributed to the $

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g KHAKI :
PANTS
.. .. FOB TAX DEED

: ,. : otice U hereby: given that James
'I 2.50 Dor ranee the bolder of the following
,,"', <:, ::,, certificates has filed said certificatesfor
.' a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
i1" "- "" The certificate numbers and Tears of
.P- ,.d''Jk"; -Pair up ." Issuance the description of the property -
"('f-: and the names In which It was
assessed are ss follows:
Certificate No. 21, Year of Issuance

'" MEN'S BLUE PANTS-pair:-: :4 1W4.Certificate No. 11. Year of Issuance

1913
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:: Certificate No. 18. Year. of Issuance

'w' $2.50Raulerson 1911.Certificate Ko. 9, Tear of Issuance
; ;. 1943. 7
Description of property: -
Lots 5 and 8. Block 8, Greeley Sub

:.i -' ,': : ;:.>; ;' division.Lots 27. 23 and 29, Section 3. Township ,
;, 55 Range 33, containing CO acres You'll like that B/y.Car
more or less. You'//like that J
Name In which assessed B. F. Smith Big-Car styling .._ performance
and Blanche E. Case. *iS3l i
All of said property being In the You'll like the long, low lines of the new Chevrolet You'll like You'. find it fun to drive a
Dept. Store"We County of Okeechobee State of Florida. the tank of massiveness and sturdiness. That big, beautiful Chevrolet.There's new
power and
Unless such certificate certificatesshall Unisteel pep
or body is
Fisher
by
to
you know-the splire In the
only
Body by Fisher only
be redeemed according to law, in the low-price field! V Valve-In-Head
the property described In such certificate Engine that powers a popular-
Clothe The or certificate will be sold to the priced car.And Chevrolet
Family"Phone highest bidder at the court house dooron comfortable! road-hugging way of
he first Monday In the month of is
September, 1SM7. which Is the 1st 10 of September. 1941
Dated this 22nd of
day July. 1947.
MABEL KAULEKSON SHEFFIELD But your greatest thrill will
Okeechobee, Florida Clerk of Circuit Court of OkeechobeeCounty come when you find out
Florida ; >,' + -- that Chevrolet is the lowest- ,za i
By CONNIE W. RACLERSON. ; -
\ priced line In Its
Deputy Clerk. field ;,
and the line that costs less
// for gas, oil and upkeep.
I. Chevrolet's the one car that )

L IT at t owe t Costl Big-Car. Quality / l


You'll..ilk* fhes Big-Car feofuresf

ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS Chevrolet's packed with.. features that You r"r like our

give you Big-Car comfort and safety serv/ee fool -and th4 '
Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes, for I
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example,with exclusive design features -for the way It keeps '10tCC Pf si y'sfor -
CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS safer, surer stops.Unitized. Kneeyour car at its best -
Action for instance,that adds stability aH the year round.
and ease of steering, well Drive in soon-and 41'
as as riding '
} FLOORS, WALKS, DRIVES, ETC. comfort. regularly. CtIO'16'

CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGS ,.ts-

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NoticeBudget .

M IIYMG' PROPERTY .. !1 Fro m wh* ere r I'si:'._ d" :Joe.Marsh .

lamplJaDt'. @ with Chanter 129.05 Florida Statutes 1941. the following
f'Ktlmate .f expenaes were made by the Board ef County Commissioners
OR :INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE of 1x17 Oteeebobee. sad Coanty. Florid. for tbf'n-l tear JrtnDlnc Ot'totN-r. 1st
ending September 30th. 11M-It The Board wilt IBM to adept tile
, SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE OB Saturday, July 2Cth 1947. Jane Cup per's"Daring"

:' ESTIMATED EXPENSES GENERAL FOND .
AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY

?nt-s&t.ri.. Board of v-wuttiy Commlasloners _. Stsi00.00'212Saury c Bathing Suit
Clerk for Board of County Commlecionersminion ..,,. 2100.00 I
Abstract 24-Tx AsaPeaori _._._ s. 3000.00 ,-
Okeechriee, CMHpaNy ws-Ta eolleetione eommtuiona 5.000 00
_' :1lr-Salary KUPPn-Ior of R.2iatratlon... frooo The Cappers showed me some as Dee says well probably look just ilk

2191-Salal'J' AtomeJ' for County Commissioners -._._,..____.._.,, 1.800.00 from now
,J. L. BARBER, ManagerPETERSBURG 219Per Diem of Sheriff for attending commisaionera __ 90.00 tintypes of their niaeteen-tea vacation as funny twenty years
flFeesClerk. Clrtnlt Court for AdmialstraUve Purpose 12i.00. -picnicking on the beach in what we call oar "Modern"clothes. 'i c'
u u w 241t-Malntena of Court gone and Repairs, Lights etc. L000.00'2412Salary
that
Only thing
J"anltor. __ LJOO.oo with beer and pretzels bathing won't,
2C1 2413--Expense Insurance Premiums __________ fIOO.OO aits that made them look like they change in the picture is
Elections
552 Legal and Registrations L:OO.OO low wholesome glass of beer. .
Adrertlclnr 400.00 were dressed street-wear. I
2ft -AdvertisingDelinquent Taxes ____ 100.00 From where I sit,tolerance that S 1
2ft4 Dee smothered in long-
a
Expense was
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Advertising Delinquent
lands reverting .to County CiOO..oo clothes
Ti 289-Admintatrauve Supplies sad Expenses sleeved pnll-ovar with knee length lets us wear sensible decent
1.500.00
\O'OA MJtrllll" Sill-Salary Juvenile Jade ...., ......., 180.00 -to give us sun and air and freedom -
embarrassed
8112-Salary County Jades shorts, sad looking wholesome trel
315-Sala17 Prosecuting 900.0000 -will keep that
Attonxej a*U! he thought.Tan,, costume of
S41-Malntenan-
County Jail __.... CIOO.OO glass of beer a part of the Ameri eat
f 801-Inquests Coron.rs. Jurors Witnesses. etc. 100.00 a heavy blouse,two copious skirts,
41B.-.Salary Jatlor 720 00 and long black stockings was a can tradition. Ra
''ST. FLORIDA tl31-Yainuunee .f County Cemeteriei: .
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L200.00
i62-lnaan1tJP Inquiries __ little daring. ,. ay
** 563-General Welfare ::..-...._._._ S.OOO.OO'CIO..OO We lot at those Cvfj/la.u
#- 11: ** Florida's only Resident Military 6S3Pbliclty laughed a cos-
68 Airport Maintensnc: 5000.E bat to think of it. ;7- rap:
,: 'I' Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit Hospital (Malnuoanee" Purchase tomes... come (
or
Equipment) 3.000.00 1
Salary for e
4L\ Circuit Court Reporter 300.00
;z J' '" Member SIt-Equipment for Court House __ ___-____ L5OO.00 1 of
County Health Unit CQnri'M.19R,United Stetts Brewers Fow dalio'I
Southern Association of Colleges 099-Reserve for ContingentESTIMATED .__--- 3.000.00 1.000.00 .' ndich

and Secondary Schools Total :::y, -
Y J4C.4C5.00
and ----- te

Association of Military Collegesand EXPENSES FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND

321-Cost Bills Clerk Circuit Court ... BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
Schools of the United States 3!-Cost BUU Clerk County Court -_< ".. 15000
65000
323-Cost Bill County Judge I ed

3 Highest Covernment Rating 325 2K7-Cost Bill Sheriff ____.__ 3.800.00 45000
-Conrtctlon
Fees
32!*-Witness ProsecutiBsr Attorney 1. :0,00 =DIRECTOR
Fee .._.
3201 .,__t,, 23000 rsoof
p An Accredited OSSS-Court Stenographer .__:? :.....:..__. SO Ot)
-Other Court Costs -......... .... u_ 10000
University Preparatory School. 3fi3 699--Feeding Keserve and Care of Prisoners ..*,,..,,_ _._,...?,.___, 'm 1.000.00 tin
for Contingencies ... ._ _--. ,-- 55000 % ::
par
Limited Enrollment -
,1 Total
f --.-------- $3.23000 1
DELIVERY
IMMEDIATE BURGESS
t Separate Junior DepartmentFor ESTIMATED EXPENSES RO.t'n & BRIDGE FCND las
I ty Electric Saws Electric Drills
413-Free lAbor ___ A
S12.OOO.00 Bench Saws Grinders
Information Address 422-Malnt of Equipment --- __ __ --_.._ e
1..200.00 10" Lathe
423-Io'uel 8 "
.. Lubrication .___ 1.000.00 Welders I Co.
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423-Gt'n Supplies of.In Pumps Supply ne
Col. Walter B. Mendels, President ldentala.
4.12-Bridge: MaiDt. -__. ___ ___ __ 6gb.00 000.00 12" Radial Arm Saw a
iCLARgl.133fIT11
Florida: Military Academy, 433-Culterte: -_____s----------_________ 200.00 .
1 SU-Roa Coo trut'tlOQ __ _________ fore
,J. 1""' St. Petersburg, Florida W9-RH. for t'Obt. -----.___ X00 ooo.oo F FEEDGRilHJlYBABY E
I Purchase Ib>>uraore-Trn'ka ___ -_-?__- __ iOO.OO Sales Rentals Service ,

Florida's Leading ,Military Academy \ ot Equipment 5.000.00 209 Okeechobee Road CHICKS sea

Established I OUtfrQ 30700.00 Phi: 20276 West Palm Beach

ESTIMATED EXPENSES to.AGRICULTURAL" FUND Tues. and Fri. vW
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C'Ulluy County Agent ,.,..: L800.00 .. -L
...... 0$12-Tranaportatlon 4-U Club Members
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Malnt.Fuel 4 of Lubrication.Equipment t....... -.- .- .--._ JOO 130.00 00 JAMES' jaarht

100.00 Typewriter & Supply FOR In
dRomSuit : 2,00000 U S Tires
e
I- VETERAN'S SERVICE FCXD SALES SERVICE Fnroil Products

Salary Service Officer and Adding -.
LGSO.oo New Typewriters Ford PartsService. 1114l

Three piece solid wood Bedroom Suite with ESTIMATED FCND EXPENSES GENERAL REFUNDING- INTEREST AND SINKING Immediate Machines Delivery G

SEE
and inner mattress. 7 coil
heavy springs spring
Commissions and Expenses __, 100.00 PHONE 1009 OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
772-Payment of Bonds _-_ __- ___ n.ooo.oo_
774-Payment to Sinking Fund -.-.-..______ 1 000.00 103 ATLANTIC AVENUE CO. Bllal' .

Total -- SALES SERVICE
ALL FOR 4162000 I FT PIERCE FLORIDA
BOARD OK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS POBOX <7f PHONE 44 e

Attest: OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA. -- .

MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELD

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I' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSAND NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PHILCO Burney Kelz ea


$13 4 -5T The Board of BUILDERS Public Instruction of NOTICE IS SELL HEREBY LAND GIVEN that Formerly

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Okeeehobee County. Florida will pursuant to Section IS (1). Chapter I

eelve a school bids gymnasium on the steel to frame be work for re- 20658 and ,Section Laws of 67.Florida Chapter Acts 14717.of Laws 1WV AUTHORIZED Denmark's ; it
constructed 1
of '
Florida. Acts of 1931. as amendedby >
neir '
the
present High School, as fol Section 11. Chapter 20653, Laws of SERVICE
lows
: Said building to be 13O'z:9O'z22": : *.
Florida. Acts of 1941.. and also pursuant
More
detailed information may be se to Section 42 Chapter 20722Laws Complete Home Outfitters ,
cured from
the County: Superintend of Florida. Acts of 1941. as d
enfs Office. All bids will be opened
amended by Section
19.
Chapter 22073
Felt Size 6x9 in at 10 the County: Superintendent's Office Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943. and ULMER EZELL Phone J. X. Cone, Ugr. n
BaseR'ls, o'clock: A. M. August 4th. 1947. Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of US
VAN E. LIGHTSET. Florida. Acts of 1941. as amended by
Chairman School Board Section 21. Chapter 22079. Laws of
Attest: Florida. Acts of 1M!. the following .
9x12BurneyKelz CARL T. DCRRAXCE; described lands In Okeeehobee County
: up to Superintendent and Secretary. Florida to-wlt: o
Lots 3 to 12 Inc. Block 3, Riverside
Park.
NOTICE TENDER Lots 4 sad 5 and 8 to 17 Inc. Block
LAW.FICTITIOUS NAME 4. Bass S/0. OKEECHOBEELIQUOR East SidePackage e
will be offered for sal at snoRe eatery -
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: for the highest and b st each bl..
I Notice Is hereby: given that the vn subject to the the Board of STORE.r e
derslgned. pursuant to the "Fictitious Commissioners lbke Drain Store
Co. I Name Statue. House BUI No. 1175. age District and/or Board cf County a
I Chapter ZOOM Laws of Florida. Acts of Commissioners of Okeechobee County "
1ML will register with the Clerk of Florida to reject any and all bids Only Bar In Tower V
the Circuit Court. la and for Okeecbo- at the Courthouse beginning at 10 KM
"'" bee County. Florida.' upon receipt of o'clock A. )[. on the 18th day of Aug Liquors Wines Cordials a
the proof of publication of this notice ust. 1947. Easement for drainage and .
Formerly Denmarks the fictitious .name to-wit: PADGETS reclamation and road purposes will beI'f'lItnedSOARD PHONE 34
SUNDRIES. under which I am engagedIn EAST OKEECHOBEE
business In the City of Okeeehobee. OF COMMISSIONERSOF Seward Swain

J. E. Cone, Mgr Phone.,115 Florida N. S. PADGETT AGE EVERGLADES DISTRICTand DRAIN. STATE ROAD NO. 8 g

Dated In Okeeehobee County. Flor PHONE, 103-1 9n
ida. July 9. 1947. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 9f
wW yy July 1L 18. 25.,Ang 1-(4t) OF OKEECHO I !

BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. -
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i_<:p' } :,,: --'Tn I By Mabel BavIersoB Sheffield d
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I Okeechobe County. Florida Atlantic Service Sta. O. K. GARAGEPaul

I as agent for said Boards. D. Bobbins Owner & MACHINE SER.
By Connie W. Raulersoa,
Announcing Deputy Clerk Wrecker Service DODGE & PLYMOUTH t

NOTICE 24 Hours a Day Sales & Serrice.
OKEECHOBEB COUNTY. FLORIDA
24-lwcf Wrecbr Settles
JULY 15, 1947. EXIDE BATTERIES S

:' pursuant NOTICE to is Section HEREBY* GIVEN., Chapter that LEE TIRES Day Ph. 12 Night Ph..:01'153GASOILGREASING

18290. Laws of Florida Acts .f 19*?. Dunlop Tires &: Tabes i
known as the MURPHY ACT. and U
pursuance of Chapter 208 8. Laws of OAKS Gen. Electric AppliancesStoves .
THE OPENING 'OFSylvia's : Florida. Acts of 1941. knows as the TWIN
Refrigerators, Water
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT -
,(_' _. ACT. the following described All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE Heaters
land situated In Everglade Drainage FLA.. .
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District In Okeeehobee County. Florida *W Service These AIT
will be offered for sale at pvblte
outcry for the highest and beat cash
bid subject to the light of the Trustees .
of the Internal Improvement
Fund and of the Board of Commissioners ALTO WATFORD ft SONS
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Beauty Shop Courthouse te reject any bedouin and an bids at at 19-00 the (forth Gulf StifNM

o'clock A. M on the 18th day of Aug
eat 1947. As to all parcels of laud That Good Calf Cis.e
.;- .,.s of ten acres or mere title to ws-half Package Store
'.' of petroleum and ttree-foarths of GULF PRIDE OIL
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FBll< Easements Liquors Wines -
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NEEDLEWORK

' :? \:'. 1 THE F Ci'ION'coNER' loving"I don't a pet like cat cats"," Nan mur- Yield

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...---: "',. mured. NaziEasily Figured Show Piece Doilies to Crochet/

u i1 KITTENS HAVE CLAWS Doris extended a toeless suede
sandal and a slender' silk-clad leg.
.. Peasant Bloom/
\\ By FAITH ELLEN SMITH "Cats she said "Look at that Offering Youthful
"
run. Markings on EquipmentTaken
"I see it." Nan said.
c:,.',' From Foe Aid -
"f t "YOU'vE' togo after them." "Thank you," Nan said "Ralph bought me an angora kit- .

. < : ;s She sat on the up, "You would! I never could learnto ten for my birthday. The darn thing. To Statisticians. Ic -
. ; must have been at these stockings. : ( ; ;v--
'
,; '. r }f holstered wall seat opened her baa boil water; but the way'you used

,d;: ::. took out her vanity case and her to cook and scrub and fuss around IH have to dash In somewhereand 1 CAMBRIDGE MASS.-Why they

= 't : eigaret case. ."That's the trouble when we lived 'together-1 Well get another pair and put them i had to spend *so much time and

.c:. -'. ;i r with,you. You're mousy." it's lucky had what It takes to get on. You come with me, and you can i effort recording carefully the serial

; Tm what?" Nan asked. She sat a fellow that can afford a servant. have these. They'll do for you if I numbers and other markings on

r 5'1" on the stiff, hard chair on the other But .of course rm younger than you're careful mending them. : captured enemy equipment report

,,:", "I side of the little table and took off you are.! *1 can't come- with you" Nan ing the data to headquarters. was

':, 'J her gloves"They were white gloves "Eleven months," Nan said softly. said. one of.the mysteries of the war to 4'V

1 rubbed shabby "by .repeated clean ". Just,a baby. really. Ralph "You can't? Why not?" most GJ-s and many of their officers -

;';' jags always calls .me Babe,,, Did I ,Tve got a-a kind of a date."'I -

k J "Mousyl 1aId, Doris '."Mousy tell you he's in line for the vice- "A date with that man. of course! ,. The mystery is now cleared up.

:. :t girls never get anywhere. ,Remember presidency?" Where. From these field reports gathered

, : :1 what I said that first day we together at a centralized intelligence
;; "Is he? "Oh-never mind." Ifi zys_
1 saw Ralph going up in the elevator agency the economic warfare
of the American embassy
? division 5632
1
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lent by
;;.... ; "You said There's the man rm Fwlrr in London analysts
services the
the office of strategic
unless he's got a
,/ going to marry,
: wife and ten kids'." foreign economic administrationand
j the state department were ableto
: ?: ., Doris studied her reflection in the of
::: i\ estimate German production
': mirror of her vanity. Her hand
;: 'pi'
... tires, vehicles, tanks guns flying
;::: long, crimson nails .. f
.. ../ bombs, rockets and other equipment x" ?
::, ; gleaming. patted

ThisWeek's the crisp blondewaves
f t Sate end of the war. Richard
beneath her
Ruggles of Harvard university and,
: small hat. A large
.: Henry Brodie of the state depart
y'' diamond on her flniiJr
Best ment have been comparing the ecO- ;
kindled to 5 5 33
: ; ger .... nomic intelligence reports of the _

I *c:, f flame under the statistics on German produc- t 41 \e ) :':' i-.
::};'. subdued lights of tion captured in the victory. y 'J :

1 ','. ,the dining room. ;, ., They have found that a markings ,

;['., but I did it, didn't .I? Do you suppose tific statistical techniques estimated
r ; I got him by 'sitting still and k with A PET style for juniors is.thljI
: German war production '
!' wishing for bun?" I L ac- a pretty puffed sleeve blouse.;_
; what relatively was uncanny
-No. Nan said. 1 It's so easy to cut and sew too."I' /
and Allied intelligence
curacy gave Colorful embroidered flowers are" -'
rt,, "I used my head. I found out he officers "a wealth of information
designed to give you a romantics'
j'. .': worked for J. B. Simpson. I made about German industry." 57- 11 { look. .'',:

.-: up to the Simpson crowd when I Tire Production.By .
'. met them in the washroom and took -.
; breaking two tire marking To obtain tissue pattern fini hfof festrucUons
: '. to calling for that dumb egg of an codes the analysts were able to Blue Ribbon Doily Cower design, color chart ta'embroidering
for lunch. I got introduced the Peasant Blouse PaW
Adams girl (
'r establish that five manufacturers' TP YOU'RE looking for some tern No. 5533) sizes 12. 14 IS inctatei.:,
.. to him- produced per cent of the total '.* restful pick-up work after spring send 20 cents in coin, your name address. -
number '
/ MI remember. Nan said. German tire output. Systematic collection cleaning, crochet one of these loveu'mue ;
; to
an unusually large jdemasd-aa4 "
l"I: :;: worked! to get that man. If I -- of tire markings was or- ly doilies. The big Blue Ribbon current conditions slightly more time fc"_; -

hadn't. l wouldn't have an apartment "There's the man I'm going to ,marry-unless be'. got a wife dered and by 'July 1944. 11.000 ob- doily measures 21 inches the Pansy required in filling orders for a few of C*;:"

":- .' on East Sixtieth Street and and 10 kids now." servations were obtained, raising doily has one and one-half inch most popular patterns. 7."" .,' _

-; this set of summer furs that cost monthly serial number analysis to pansies crocheted in shaded lavenSend your order to: ".,..,..

it 7' .: fifteen hundred dollars and my own "Sure of it. my dear J. B. depends "Don't be silly I'm dying to see 98 per cent coverage of the indus- der and purple,thread.. It is 13% .
;' car-and a house in the country He him. try. When one of the plants was inches SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK .
, on him for everything. I'll drive you there. across. Sue South Wells.SC Cttcac* t. 13. ::r-- -
': ., ; next fall when Ralph gets his and J. B. are Idle that Re- "You needn't bother. It Isn't far. bombed, the economic intelligenceunit Enclose 20 cents for Pattern. :,'' .f-:

;'i:-'. : promotion Now. about this member the fellow came up to the Just back to the office." could provide data on the To'for aCm l Ribbon crocheting Doily (instructions PatternNo. N' t,: ;

irv'j: man-?" ,she said. apartment with him the. week be- monthly. output before and after the 5632) and the Pansy Doily (Pattern Name :
"Oh! .Doris said. "Walter bring No. 5711) send 20 cents in coin for each ,.--
Color of bombing furnishing 'a valuable
"What;man? said Nan. .. fore we were married? Address.
address and :
, the check. We're in a hurry. pattern your name pattern .
<. ,. ; a newly. 'open;wild rose honest'brown flooded;her "Of course. Why wouldn't I?" Didn't I ten you? Nobody but you check on the results of the bomb number. y- .
damage.
i, face. Her childishly ."Well you moused around as if would think of slaving away at the '
were''starry: Ruggles and Brodie have reported -
ra- eyes you were only half there. Hardly office on a lovely Saturday after- E -

. ;:'. : "How should know what man? II.T I opened ,your mouth all evening. noon. :You ought to can your man a statistical evaluation of .." xl'. .
the with o
the
estimates
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-. haven't seen you,since J bad .ou:1o: and compared 3<=.- .
: That was J. B. make Nm take you to the .:
actual figures, in the Journal of the
the wedding six,months ago.. A girlthat's movies. You after jt.- .
ought to keep
"Was it? American Statistical association. : '
:[ attractive to men and shows him. ?" : : .m
:, "., some initiative might be married in "There you go! Thats Just what 1 Ready They have found that in 1943 for "-3 ,
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I mean. You don't take'an,. interest 'Tm ready," Nan said. trample when Allied intelligence = > .
six months. But of course you'rethe '
l P..
c Now if this man-;;- They walked out of the dim cocktail agencies using other, methods,. wert :
'
: kind'that will drag along waitingtor" I Torn, .
.
;<. i. !Use a paper napkin with a little towels may be cot don:
'But what makes think there lounge into Jhe freshnessof estimating German production of
: >i,:, him to wake up and knowyou're you sunny kerosene oil on it to clean sink and to guest size. If the towel is small,/
,900,000'and,
the afternoon."I tires at between
is a- 1.200-
.:: on earth until he marries
i lavatory. It removes, stains and applique amusing designs four a
:',- .: somebody else. ', You wouldn't "If written all over you darling. guess m get my stockingsover 000 tires a month the markings grease rapidly. patch. Make interesting figures]

{.... .. r be so bad. at that if you took'a You're in love. I never saw a worse there at Bryand's" Doris analysts set the total at 175,500 -.- such as a bar of soap or small

I'. : little pains with yourself and got case." said. "We have charge accounts at tires. The analysts'estimate was Decorate 'a lamp shade with hands. 'fc'

:" some decent;clothes." Nan's big brown eyes towered to an the big stores. If I buy them at only 6 per cent 'under the actual snapshots of last summer's vacation ".- -

ltr ._ Nan who had started to slip oft her glass. She became peony-red. some little shop m have to pay for 100.average Similar monthly results production obtainedfor of 186,* spots and then cover the shade Do not hang large rags over_al
were
is;'' the coat of her'suit., buttoned it "Well. If you don't see fit to confide them myself and they cost five dollars individual producers with cellophane. line. This bends the fibers at a|
You don't mind if I don't drive
again. The lining she remembered .
I f{ in your best friend that's your sharp angle and strains them while
"
' ::.: had ripped; a little on ,the .shoulder. business: But you let me tell' you you to the office; do you? Extreme, Accuracy. When a sleeve tears at the un- they are forced to carry the weight

Ii-;;: ; "And .you'd be a good bet for. this for your own good. If he's "I don't mind at aU," Nan said For truck production the analysts derarm rip the seam a little wayso of the entire rug.

some man who wanted a sensible worth having, don't let some other extending her hand. "Good-bye estimated the output 'of indi- that a square overcast patchcan -e- :...

I i" ; :: economical wife that didn't ,mind girl beat you to It! You will though. Doris." vidual German plants with "ex be set in. Snip the seam of The lace curtain of long age Is:

r ; .;' housework." You're all set for being a neat little TH give you a ring Doris said. treme accuracy" the 'statisticians the garment above the 'patch so back in favor for rooms with period

'i- ::.. :' "You must come up to dinner some discovered. When other Allied intelligence 'the sleeve will not draw. furniture. Rooms in the severe,,.
:
night when I haven't company and agencies were putting the -.- modern style show no curtains stj' ,

tell me all about'your romance. m German. !yearly output of'trucks. at When you find a flattened placeon all, but, of course draperies are*:;

: be seeing you." 200,000 vehicles, the division estimated .; the nap of the rug after chang- used for a softening effect and. ,:,,.

: I.L CROSSWORD: PUZZLE ::1 Nan walked the two familiar it to be 97300. This was 22 ing furniture around, dampen a often a large room is divided by a.i

; : blocks to the familiar building but per cent higher than the Speer.military chamois fold several times, and fabric panel instead of a partition.'WIGI :"
statistics which the
.1 put figureat
the mark. After
.- ., she did not go up to the office where place over sev-
79.827. but the latter have'included
I may eral hours chamois and
remove
she worked. She took the elevatorto
,' trucks only for direct military :
Bel-bonta. asiansa fa NISI...... the floor below it and stepped out mark will be gone. f r.
use. Over four years the EWD -e-
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Into the rooirfofthe
o spacious reception
1 our 1 4 9 t0 11 J. B. Simpson company. She estimated half-track productionwith Avoid soaking split peas, if you ''eked 10

4Moat walked past the deserted information only'a 7 per cent error. want to preserve their natural flavor 816' COLD

9 Colloquial: 12 14 desk toward the, private offices Serious errors were made by the and color. Begin cooking in ,

t game of and tapped lightly on one of the markings analysts in estimating boiling water and cook split peas Qellclotts p

marbles12Th fib $ 16 t1 d doors with the tips of her gloved production of the V-2 rocket because only one and one-half hours at a

j'. 13To.eludeH fingers. A man's voice called the component parts pro- full rolling boiL '7Ti

Part ofr Come in!" She went in. gram apparently got into fun swingin -.-

;, t "to be" 19 The man got up from behind a Germany before a sheet metal Keep an old thermos bottle cork -

IS Produced bya'liver big desk and came to meet her. He bottleneck developed. After September in a drawer in the kitchen. Push !

# 1 22 24 2S 26 was tall and becomingly gray- 15 1944. however the error in thumbtacks into the cork andthey'll
17 To draw out estimating was reduced to a maximum -
be handy when
.. 19 Sharp to the haired. There were laughter wrinkles always you
;. } testa 23 1j9 :0 around his keen of 17 per cent. And by No- need them.
eyes. vember 24, 1944 the
error
'_ was re- '
20 To break "You're late. Nan" he said. duced to zero and for two'periods t=
suddenly 31 li 3 K -
21 Sbortyacket She put her arms around his thereafter the estimates were coinpletely 25,000 Engaged in 3-Mile AS MUCH BEST 6RA0! 4 '
shoulders and lifted her face for his accurate. .
appellations kiss. 'Tve been with Mrs. Jen Race to Diamond Fields PETROLEUM JELLY.SS&52253' ,
Markings '
/ analysis; was undertaken '-- '. 4MO
27 Northern kins.
it was explained because
r Europeans 19 40 1 42 'Who in seventeen kingdoms is "during the early phases of the war Since diamonds"were discovered RO LINE
29 Rusdan
inland sea Mrs. Jenkins?" Allied economic intelligence proved in the Union of South Africa in

_- : 30Japanese' "You know. The girl I used to live inadequate for the many needs it 1867 the government has. opened --

measure with. The one that married Ralph had to serve. several potential diamond fields

.. 31 Prefix: 6 4i ,o w Jenkins. "'-- and made the prospectors, in order NEWS that makes fefts

asunder .'Ohl" he said. His Frozen Gravity SeizesLiars' to stake out a claim, race to steep aH night! tswdiatebed
?4 s2Maxim the areas from
SI S2 a given point at -akep
34 Metallic or K "How Is Ralph Jenkins, by the a t .news tha t benasr cf :_'
Contest by Odd YarnYAKn..A. given signaL The greatest of __. beillC awakeaed arsbt after i
to II. "
earthen way?" fi.R 6lt iId.r sreaiat.oa ..., .
these ,
container S7 WASH;' Frank W. races took place at Lichten- kid.pa 'alos' r1b-.ditiaaF_ .;:
., "He was a good man unto that burg on March 4, 1927, when 25,000 pfd'y de al1a71n& ia u Iaoura. s- 0 .
3S Article uritatioa '
Bennett of Wapato Wash., won,the is a pranlest Pila.s
designing cat got hold of him." the diggers watched by yore Pill 'tl' : j
36 Mockery liars' contest at the 12th annual, 100,000 spec- Incest' ? mvt witlis 24
.,.;: 37 Halting place man said. "Now he has alimony to tutors ran three miles to the Make UBLg: YOUR MOi&Y BAL7
new
No. 22 dinner of the Yakima Valley an., 24-hoer,test Get rder Pills from drnrtSOkEY -' '
.' I 39 Military pay me woman and another running Grosfontein field. YOuitLet's '
> glers and hunters club. His story: it"tiDO'DB.L& : ;
leader of the him ragged for ears andthis
: G The IUD 38 Ancient 45 Ancient new "Dan MacDonald was telling me '
and that and he'U be lucky if ,
> 7 Note-of scale capital of f6 Lad
i: about a hunting to
trip
: Canada
y-. 42 god Toothless Irish 47 Reverential he manages to keep his Job. .. I w
of when it was almost too cold to
43 Mmer
sur-
: Mole gray monarchs fear hope you're not seeing much 'of
<.;-.;: moving on .viv*. One bitter day he spotted a
.- 10 Part of a 40 Girl' name t8 Unit her. You're. not her kind. thank
-.; .." ,,' foot circle U-founder of 49 Anger heaven!" fine 12-point deer. He shot and
to
= 44 Rowing 11 Small the kingdom 50 Crow's U7 scored a direct hit.. but the deer goat townat
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r implements "Oh. she's all Nan said
right.
16 Weathercock of Kent 63 By leaped over a cliff and disappeared
l- 46 Afriean' 18 Norwegian tolerantly. "She did us one good When Dan looked over the cliff he

I e8 tribesman landscape iaawr Ie Paul. Naa'w tiz turn anyway You know you always tw tier deer frozen in the air halfway ,
l
tat painter say-you fell In love with me down. It was so' darn cold the

.. I,. 4'' } ill To beobliged Father u A R r T I c A s that night you came up to the apartment law of gravity froze, too."
21SeandinavfA L A E BLS 8 A L because I kept quiet..thetire en

; .j, '.:.. : Paraoaage ln, mythorks L I Y R E R i TA R E Li evening." '- J"My No TELLING what tomanw'. weather nay be.It tools the best fare-

,'g4 Man s name 22 Blemish OARS RISER little mouse!" he said Eats Potato Chips I IB Bed; .But we do want chintz for' the windows.W. do need a carpet -

... e ; atty.' 24 Plates of ni s T RI C s o fondly. Wife Is granted Divorce And sweeper cIon't, a new percolator, and a new end4abl in the hvina-room.
we
ce f glass L I 2 r ll Nan winced.'But want to flesh around rainy streets to hunt them.Problem:
,. How to thwart
; seat' 25.: Figure of c I A c t you won't have mud. SAN FRANCISCO., Mrs. Soma _the"weathe5 taaa; .Simple enough Lef sit down by the

speech B s d R a chance to see her'after we're'mar Adelson. 26. an. AustnI1an'war fireplace and read the adftrt ementa.. Here if.comfortable: and snug
veaIICL: 26 Locations bride received a'Superior court divorce We'D ta1:. the r newspaper
ThIi
by
T I R 2111.f ried anyway.: When we COI1e.bact. brud-D.&meL page page, compare prices qualifies.
i 28 Arenas forathletic.. o R v from abroad we'll be at the country from Morris- Adriion.: warehouse Tomorrow rAin or shine well head for th.store that baa

_.: a ck contests A l a o tff 9 0 R S' house most of the time. Unless. she employee on c.rounds.bet' what we want and home again ia'aelection 'PH7!' -
pin o v a R *- husband-at such things as potato ."Bu.inq tHoma'-th.rouoh
33 To give forth comes out there. _" the adweragmlum JO'&wi&t
% chips and smoked a1mon'Jzibed.' .
; : ', .CarroUike: SLY f Ar Nan' smiled. -You needn't? ,worry She said she would return to Australia more time 1o decide, and sa M6 ac oa when you decide

3S plant'-Insect J.; B. She wo 't 'come-out'there,." after the birth. of an expect'ed -***** rr egg or .PJI.PLEASAST.HAJCTSIc't. tJ -_
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woman who sews for herself and her family. -
Special features, free patters printedinside wlti J
Slanted Lines Popular the hook Price ZS cents.
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r 'Lost Colony' PresentationNets

Fishing Town WealthIn I

the summer of 1937. the in- I- n:
MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher habitants of Manteo on Roanoke

YEHJEFF! GIRLS JEFFWl RE OIiI'M WELLI ltTE PRAY DoN i' NOT AT All AS I WAs AS IWKo series island of off performances North Carolina of The gave Lost a ::-w4c rir
TALKIN' YOURSELF YOU FIND SINCE WE SA INJEFF; WAs
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r -' : NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOB ; NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET f

z TAX DEED .
k Notice U hereby given that 3. O. Notice Is hereby given that the ,
Wolff the holder of the following cert. P.oard of Public Instruction win receive Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12. Florida Statutes. 1941, ..' "I
Y Iflcates has filed said certificates for a bids! oa electrical<< materials and amended by Section 8 of Chapter 22939. Laws of Florida. Act of 1&45.
deed ,to '.be' Issued The the Douglas Brown .(colored)
tax thereon. labor on New
NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing shall be held by the
'; rertineate numbers and Team of issuance school building. I
s: the description of the property. Bids will bee opened la the office of County Board of Public Instruction of Okeechobee County Florida on July =
x- and the names in which it was assessed the County Superintendent on MondaySeptember' Slat 1947. at the hoar of 7 p. min the County School Board meeting room ,.
are an follows: First 1942, at ten o'clock a .
F Certificate No. 773. Year of m. at the Court House for The Ul'' oaeof_ discussing with the citizens of the '

Issuance 1929. The Board reserves the right to reject County the proposed school budget of said County for the fiscal year beginning i
1 Certificate No. 2123, Year of any or all bids. July 1. 1947 and ending June 30. 1U3. which budget Is summarized 80 KD
to Issuance 1933 is follows:
; Description of property' : VAN E. LIGHTSET.
'' .. '. : 8WK of SEx: of SWU. Section 29. Chairman Board f Public Instruction I. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND- MAINTENANCE- OF SCHOOLSA.
< 1 Township 37. Range 35, containing Okeeehobee County. Fla.
* J;' 10 area more or leas / Balances on hand Beginning of Tear: !State Fund 14.314. 2. County
Name in which assessed. Okeecbobee Attest. Funds S2UWO; 3. District Funds, $8,398; TOTAL $34.272. Oliver Tractor I
Company CARL T. DUBRANCE. :
AU of said property being tn the County Superintendent. B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. StateFnnda. $73.939: : 2. County Taxes. $28,-
County of Okeechobee. State of Florida. 014: 3. District Taxes, $25079: 4. Other Sources. $11400; TOTAL. $133.132.
s. :. Unless such certificate. or certificates ,
Gr ,,; shall be redeemed according to law. the C. Total Anticipated Receipts and Balances; $172,404.
property described In such certificate JX THE COUNTY COURT OF OKEE
or certificates wU be told to the high- CHOBEE COCNTT. IrATE OF D. Proposed Expenditures: 1. General Control. d.SOO: 2. Instructional Salaries
eat bidder at the court bonse door oath FLO&IDA.CHAS. and Expense. $33.000: S Operation of Plants $5,000: ; 4. Repairs and USED 20 DAYS
first Monday la the month at August. Replacements 16,000: 6. Anxillary Agencies Including Traniportation. $13--
1MT. which I* the 4th 4U of Aug. 31. WILLIAMS, at agent for the 300: 6. Fixed Charges including Innr>aace and Commissions $3,300: : T. Trana-
Git. U61..tt4 Bitter Box Company, a corporation. fete to School Building n4 Boy Reserve Fund $1T,072; 8. Debt Sarrice,
thtl t. 417 of bgEP ELD. Plain tUtB. ae.600; 9. R.**rrti. $lll82t 'TOTAL 172404.
\UBEL B. 1Ualof > ...
of 13-26 Rubber Wheels18ush&BobDisc
l._ haul) Obeeaobee Clerk of County Circuit Court I'lorl4a. L. CHANDLCE.Defendant.. II.BUDGET FOB DISTRICT XXTEBBST AND 8ISKIXO. ITXD.

By Connie W. anUrson. D. C. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE A. Balances and Reserves Battening of Tear: $2,200.
By virtue of an execution issued out
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TAE of and under the seal of the County: B Anticipated Receipts: 1. Taxes$2,832.
- i IN CIRCUIT. OKEE- Court and directed to me. laid execution.
NINTH JUDICIAL COUNTY. FLORIDA. AT having been issued In favor of Chas. M. 50G Proposed Expenditures: 1. Bonds $=.000; 2. Interest. L200: 3. Other.
CHOBEE I Williams, agent for The Ritter Box $
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d LAW. Company a corporation, against H. L. s
NOTICE IN EMINENT DOMAIN Chandler. I have levied upon and will D. Reserve for Cash Balance to be Carried Over': $1,803.
PROCEEDINGS IN THE offer for sale at the South entrance of : ;
SAME OF THE STATE the Courthouse In Ofceechebee In the III. BUDGET FOR SCHOOL BUILDING AND BUS RESERVE FUND (CAP-
OF PLOKIDA. I laid County and State on the 4th day ITAL OUTLAY) : i-
oolltl'all af August, A. D. 1947 between the legal ,
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY a hours of sale the following described A.. Balances at beginning of Year: County Funds. $21,121.B. 0
.. State of Florida
of the
subdivision
t \ property, situate lying and being in
{ Petitioner the County of Okeechobee. State of Anticipated Receipts: Transfers from General Fund $17.072;

.f f PRANK MOLLINEAUX VI. his wife and et al EDNA M.MOLLINEADX. Florida.All that to-wlt part of: Lot 9 lying outside 2. County Taxes, $6.932: 3. County Commissioners $14,000: TO- .r"y T Harrow ;

f of the plan of reclamation of Eagle TAL. $38,001. i-
ALLWH3OMfiT{ Bay surrey according to plat thereof ,
TO MAT CONCERN. recorded<< in Plat Book 1 at page C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Sites $1.223; 2 New' Buildings. $50.000
AND TO 31 of the public records of Okee- 3. New Equipment. $3.600: 4. Library Books, $700; 5. School
p (a) The following named persons andparties chobee County. Florida. Busses $3.600; TOTAL. $:9.12i. -
.; who are residents of the State *
satisfaction of the said execution -
',! .f Florida together with their respectlre The and the accumulated costs In The Millages to be levied on the 1947 Assessment Roll to produce necessary -

:, Frank places Mollineanz of residence and: Edna M.Molllneanx. favor of the assignee and holder of said Iowa:revenues for the foregoing budgets for the ensuing year are as fol- --r


@ *. West .Palm 2125 Beach.Broward Florida Arena judgment. N. O. STEWART. Sheriff. 1. County Support and Maintenance Including B. P. I. Bond Fund %.0. Will Sell at Good Discount
and
: (b) The following named person. Okeechobee County Fla. !
I, parties who of are the believed State of to Florida be nonresidents and (June %1. July 4. 1L 18. 25-5t) 2. District Current Levy: District No. 1, 7.5: Districts 2 and S. 7.a

i whose last known addresses are as set 3. District No. One Bond Interest and Sinking Fund. 1.5. *
forth below. and .all persons claiming
r' !' by. through or under them: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4. ,School Building and Bus Reserve Fund: County. 2.0.
t A. Heidegger, and If married. NINTH JCDICAl.' CIRCUIT OF
Mrs. A. Heidegger. 37 Main FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OKEECHOBEE Complete details of each separate part of the School Budget snmmarizzed' : J
Avenue Delawanoa. New Jersey COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. above are on file and are available for public inspection at the office of the
And to all persons and parties baring SUIT TO QUIET TITLE County Superintendent of Public Instruction at Okeechobee. Florida and C. C. TOWNES
or claiming any right title. Interest, FRANK CHANDLER, Sr. will also be available for such public hearing together with all supporting -
i J tate( mortgage or other lien to.or on Plaintiff- statements and Information. All Interested persona are cordially Invited to
'i those certain parcels of land in Okee- vs. participate in this public hearing and to discuss the school program and BOX 158Jupiter
l '\ rhobee County. Florida. which are Included C. M. HIGHSMITH. ET AL
In that portion of Section 9109 Defendant. budget for this County for the ensuing year. Fla.
"'-. of State Road 59 (66) from State Roadt
t TO. Formerly State Road 8. Northwest'' ORDER TO APPEAR BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. FLORIDA ,
; ly to a point near or at Basal *'r in THE STATE OF FLORDA: f" PHONE No. 7
&f.; Okeerhobee County. Florida as located. TO a M. HI6HSMITH and his wife. By: ;
j. ; surveyed and platted by the State Road If alive Marshall N. Hunt and his wife CARL T. DURRANCE. s
;' Department of the State of Florida. and If alive and if such persons are dead, County Superintendent. -
_i shown by Location Map and Right of I to .their unknown heirs devisees legatees ii:
; Way Map thereof on file In the office or grantees: and to all persons :
_; ; of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in, and laving or claiming an interest In the ';: .! Ii : 1 -I--i: ; 1':' : : < I. I I ,-, 1- I > -
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for Okeechobee County. Florida. true following described lands situate lying. --,2.- '-
copies of said maps being attached tot ind being in the County of Okeechobee _
the Petition filed in the above entitledcau.e State of Florida, to-wit: .-
on the 26th day of June. A. D, Lots 5 and 6, Block 137. City of -" ,"
are 1W7. by Okeeehobee County a political Okeechobee. accordingto plat recorded
k subdivision of the State of Florida in the public records .f .
against you and each of you. seeking Okeechobee County. Florida.
is t" to condemn for public road and high GREETING: :
way purposes the said parcels of land, Frank Chandler. Sr.. having filed In : ; : /
tltuate, lying and being In Okeechobee his: Court his sworn Bill of ComplaintIn ; : : '
County. Florida and more 'particularly, this suit the nature and purpose of ,,, : ; _.
described aa follows: which is to determine the title of the : :: 1' t '""P ;"
PARCEL NO. 1. Drainage Ditch Plaintiff to the land hereinabove del't'rlbt'd .

Station 72 and ",0 that part of to be a !good and sntficient-absolute . .. ',- ..
NE% of NEtt Section 18 Township fee simple title. to have all --- >- -.--<.-.' c ,,I..;;
37 South. Range 35 East which claims and interests of the Defendants ;, ; <
lies within 20 feet on each side of and of each of them In and to said lands :: 'y :1
1 ;' a ditch centerline described as: passed upon and determined to remove : ;
'. Beginning on North line of said clouds upon the Plaintiffs title to said r a : /-- :
? L \. -. Section 18 at a point 165.77: feet land to quiet and confirm the Plaintiffs af .
F \ running of title thereto and in which Bill ;
.. I saideSection 18 and South of Complaint. the Plaintiff states that
.. :8 -df'tree.-lr West 1497.68 feet to he believes there are persons interestedIn
end of said ditch and containing the land hereinabove'> (' aad

i .'. r US acres ,more or less having named therein certain persons
ALSO as known by name to him. the said > ,
; That part of NEV of Section Plaintiff but as not known by him the 1 :
:w '. 18 Township 37 South. .Ranee 35 said Plaintiff other said persons are J
East lying within 40 feet each aide dead or alive and as believed by him.
_. =' of the centerline of a ditch: said said Plaintiff if living to be interestedIn :' / J., ,
t' centerline being described with ref- the property and premises herein involved Kx'
,, .., once to the NE% and SEV1 of Sec and hereinabove described and ..
5 1 tion 7. Township 37 South. Range If dead to have been Interested therein; --- .
a S3 East and said NEVi of said Section And having made all persons having
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18 as follows: or claiming any Interest in the above -- Y" T
Commencing on the North boundary described land parties Defendant to t
of said Section 7. at a point the said Bill of Complaint: n
'2549J feet East from the NW eor- And having demanded from the Clerkof
:nor of said Section T. run thence Circuit 'Court in and for Okeechobee 1S
South 38 degrees-17'-30" East. a County Florida the making of an or- :: 4. a
,t' distance of 2143 feet to Station der requiring such persons and parties )
lug$S3 on, the survey line of State to appear to his said Bill of Complaint -
C Road G8 (06), Section 9109-201 for upon a day not less than twentyeightdays
POINT OF BEGINNING of said nor more than sixty days from the .
; ditch centerline; run thence South date of the making of said order R.t B3 degrees-4T- West a dis"of IT IS. THEREFORE ORDEREDthat
&60 feet continue thence South each and every the Defendants
,.8 degrees.-W -30'* East a distanceof above named designated and specified Hj' -:
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2000 feet: Thence South 13 degrees are hereby required to appear herein to : : .

-fiff-SO" East a distance, of the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein .... : \
-1515 feet more or lens to the North filed on the Slat day of July. A. D.
boundary of told NEW of Section 1947 and that this order be vubished In -.
'18; Township 37 South. Range 35 Okeecbobee News' a newspaper of general
East continue thence South 13 degrees circulation published In Okeechobee : .
1 CI '-3O"' East a distance of 1240 County. Florida once a week
leet men or less to end of said ditch for four consecutive weeks.
eeaterltne. Right of way of ditch WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the '
Incjtadlag the land herein described Seal of said Court this 25th day of : -
contains 2.27'acres. more or less. June. A. D. 1947. at Okeeehobee. In the '
PARCEL NO.': 2 Right of Way County and State aforesaid.
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All .( Lou 1. 2.' sad S of Bloek 5.- ?
B In New Okeechobee Helattts. Section MABEL RADLERSON SHEFFIELD.
A; a subdivision of the SW 4 (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. PEDESTRIANS r
of Section .. Township 38 South. Okeechobee County Fla.
,Rang 34 East as shown on plat By Connie W. Ranlersoo. D. C. '
recorded In Plat Book 1: Page 24. Mary Scbnlman.
of Public Records of Okeechobee Attorney for Plaintiff. < KILLED 'IN FLORIDA IN ONE YEAR
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County. Florida containing 0.18
acres lOon or leas.w .. .(<
You'sad each of yon. are hereby .On of the, uriota traffic aedtost pnblmt MflI" i
Tommanded to be- and appear In the :
Circuit Court ta and for Okeecbobee ably t* U* pvdetMonf ups Stet'Xttotloner ,. VMW Cei ;;;;k:

_# County Florida at the office of Clerk TOPS t Georpt,B..A.6dl. # -
.' of said Court. In the City of Ob< I lib Okeechobee day of Florida on L t 01641 motor trams'ataDUet dilrtar the lug .+ ..tw1et+t_
i the 28th July.: A. D. I 195, 01' 34%, wen ptdattitni,a htihtr 4..U. wii *at
; 1047. to show what right title. Interest
!: l t or lien '011. or any of yon. have la and ,t dauifiatioa thin wu shown ta the pmteu ytart liinml
i i* any: of said above described parcels
At least
1 159 mart ftoplt will 6. td&td by't&taBflkMai
_';::: \ of land and to show cause why: theY r :
1 'ando should not ffo taken for the uses ': \ Mr. Motor I 11- Florid plearee g the fatal 'aoatiu e* 7S5
\"i purposes set la said Petition.lawit ._-t" anc! H&7. *bttlana i If tr3itri2
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} as right of way and drainage i\:: ord hidicstlona'p!
i"j j ditches for a portion of Section 910 f: -f. VIII premix The i kit tmllti via .. .*.
': .f State Road 69 (416) from State Road neater. 'I oat of 10 of theft death will octttr at ftMtt t4 4
70. formerly State Road 8. :Northwest wi sliYlj.. tJree.qaarten of
.. erly to a Point Near or at Bas engerta ', them will be waWqo el!....... Is s e'W
Okeechobee County... Florida as a aunt to 'contrlbate to"their own death. .

located surveyed and shown on said .
I maps or plats hereinabove referred to, '" This- it a timety uarnlngf Be alut'to trifle kasard wk.a
; .r default may be entered against you. fOR you are a dutrfaft. Crou *****4ealruW .
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WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the HOME CANNING Don't rub oat from
Circuit Court In and for Okeechobee < between parked ears In'oAa-aNtte .1
County/'Florida. and the Seal of said ZINC c'a prS'! tb. block. Never wall agaInEt the U.ht. o.hlclnrl1lWlll.
Court. this the 26th day of Jane. A. D. ; '?, th..eft, tadq tram lc. > -
1947. at Okeecbobee. In Okecchobe Eaty'to .*.! Sore to MOIl UM fo .. _
.; County. Florida. ges.relieru. 1IiII1wtM wide pcoforoac* oasiivi A s If pour Oft al stales. Walk MJltl'-liMlMI l \ t
hopsewivesi Tl>**. rBoble I tRAFFIC lulls ,
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Y RAULERSON wea vteoHthl ..... conaing today-
MABEL SHEFFIELD.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in w they beta <. *. post. UM rfceai with _. KEEP YOU CAI __ _
and for Okeechobee County Fla. mspkle tosfld.ace to COB MOT food IN OOOD IIPAIIOONTTAKICHANCU _
7, T. w. Conely. Jr.. bettor! They.el **.. ao otWt' oHAT ,; l '} wi
Attorney for Petitioner. I ,
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I. Mabel Raulersoa Sheffield. Clerk t : ;
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Circuit ta and for Okeechebee '
"': ?[ County. Florida do hereby certify -" i'
"' .\ that the above and foregoing is a true : '. ,
'" :M mad comet copy of the Notice in Emi*
1 1f-. ..-'Domain Proceedings Issued On ,
ti ;: the 26th day of Jane, A D.. 1947. tn the GROCER' :' '
-- i *, rase of Okeechobee County a politicalMbdlvlstos : : '
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L- ;, li-ra.kiM.m..x and Edna M. Molllneaux. : ? \ ,
ii his wife eta Defendants. ComB -, ; : Ii '
r ::: <4e .. Law Case No. 5S7 as the same appears s
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