The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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s .I Volume 33-No. :11 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday; .AugUst 1, 1947

} 4' f, ./ NEW SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS HOSPITALFormerly f fiii. Vacation Bible School ) L. Mailers

i 'i t lyres Says That Will Begin At ,Baptist .

I Church Monday, Aug. 4th Bought Grocery

t Farmers Have Net .. Lti
.I Announcement Is made of the I

I Hied All Credits. ...... beginning of the Vacation Bible Sept. ,of StareAnnouncement
i : M ..... School which begins at, the First
i Baptist Church here Monday morning Is made this

: Reflecting the Increased costs of August 4th. All children between week of the purchase of the Grocery

,\ producing crops and the availability j '" I the ages of four and sixteen: Department of Rauleron'

: of more farm and orchard equipment ,....'.J.. }. '. ,} are urged tto'attend these meet- Store by O. L. Raulersoxu He will
the volume of bank credit ) I'.l..J.,. ngs.. take it over today Friday, August
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used by Florida farmers Is currently Ai !! They will run from 8:30 till 1st '

higher than it was a year ago, ": ", 11:30 o'clock each morning. H. H. Raulerspn is having that

according to R. G. Dynes, cashier .t Part of the store building next to
s > t ,of the Okeechobee County Bank, 1 ; t\ he market cut off from the rest

who ,represents the Florida Bank- Students Still of the store and the grocery department -

ers Association as Okeechobee will be moved Into that

':i; County Advisory Banker MayBeAdflitted pace and operated Jointly with
J' "'However, Florida farm families his market which will be knownas

are probably In the strongest fl.nandal Raulerson's Grocery and Market.He .

1 :- ... position that they have ...: To University has employed Carl Stello as !
ever been," Mr. Dynes said. "Only Highland Lakes Hotel, Avon Park. I manager'of the grocery department.H. .

J a few more farmers need to use the I H. Raulerson has operated t
I jt bank credit available to them this Plans for opening another large the five-acre property which is I Mr. Hackman said that betweennow Student applications for admission his as a part of his store since

1 ,year because continuing high farm hospital in Florida, to be staffed situated between two beautiful and November 1, the date set to the University of FloridaIn 1942 at which time he took over

Incomes make possible to finance and managed by the Seventh-day lakes. The main hotel building of for opening' more than $100,000 September are still being ac- the grocery department from his

operations out of income and when 114 rooms, 109 of which have private will be spent in putting the build: cepted, University officials announced brother, Charles I*. Raulerson at

credit is used, ,it Is retired; when Adventists, were announced by tiled baths will be convertedInto ings In shape and in, furnishings today, with the deadline the time he was called to acUTe

t crops are sold." church officials In Washington last a 100-bed hospital. The other and equipment to make the new for acceptance set for August IS duty with the Army daring the

Repotting on the results of a week, following a meeting with spacious, two-story building will be medical institution modern and by the Registrar's office. early days of the war and the sale

third national survey of'bank Florida Sanitarium and H@pltalrepresentatives. ) used for housing nurses and other complete in every way.. The Ridge Women students are being accepted of it was made necessary when he
y Agricultural Area Hospital Association, made decided to put In department
lending made by the peronnel. up on the same basis as men an up-to-date -
;_ Commission of the American Bankers The new medical Institution, located Earl F. Hackman, president of of a group of public spirited men with the proviso that women must store for which the store

i Association Mr. Dynes said near Avon Park, Highlands the Florida Sanitarium board, an- and women of the area Is raising secure off- ampua housing approved building is now undergoing repairs

.. that Florida farmers used only a County 83 miles south of Orlando nounced here that Dr. C. Larsen, a.fund of $150,000 for this purpose.Mr. and listed by the University I and changes that are neces
fraction of the bank credit available b made possible by a Federal Cot formerly medical superintendentat : Hackman also announcedthe housing office.Completion sary.

to them during 1946. However, ernment *award of the luxurious: Orlando, will head the medical opening of a third Adventist of additional housing In making the announcement of

the 133 insured commercial banks Highland Lakes Hotel property staff for the new institution at medical center in Florida, a 36-bed the change this week 0. L. Hauler-
> and classroom facilities daily arrival -
which serve agriculture in this there to the Florida Sanitarium Avon Park. It will probably be hospital in Tallahassee. This is a son stated that he had employed
of new equipment, and additions -
I state made 15.103 loans to 8,573 : and Hospital. Orlando. It is te be named the Highland Lakes Sanitarium former private hospital buildingand to the instructional staffs of Carl Stello as manager of the grocery -

:. tanners, and fruit growers. These used to provide hospital facilities and Hospital. nurses' home purchased from all colleges officials said makesit department while he would
I ,< loans aggregated $20,663,000, and for the residents of the Ridge area, Marvin Baldwin, now purchasing the estate of the latg. J. K. John possible to guarantee all qualified continue to run the market part

C ; $13421,000 of all agricultural loans serving immediately the people liv- agent at Orlando, has been named son. He stated that the Adventist Florida students enrollment of the business.
In Highlands and Hardee business and A. C. Larson denomination chain of
t 'remained outstanding on January ing manager; operates a at the University of Florida for the
1, 1947. Banks had at least twice counties now almost entirely with. general manager of the Florida 184 hospitals sanitariums and 947-48 Fall term.Registration *vt. Randall Blanton Is

.. the amount used available for additional out opportunity for such medical Sanitarium and Hospital, will clinics around the world, more for the fall sessions Now With Army In
loans to farmers if the care. serve as comptroller for the. two than 30 of which are located in Wiesbaden
scheduled for September 15-20, Germany
demand existed.: There are two large buildings onFliridi I institutions. the United States.
with classes slated, to meet Monday -
During 1946, loans farm real
morning, September, 22eanwl1ne. WIESBADEN, Germany, July 10
estate in Florida increased slight D. B. McCarthy and Miss -Pvt. Randall Blanton
of Mr.
: Soon Recent housing son
May 1 Digest the pictureat
ly. There were 1,580 :farm mortgages -
Mary Solick to Be Mar- and Mrs. Randall H. Blanton of
University is far brighter
..: made for octal amount oft .the
$7,883,00,although the total volume Provide A ried Tomorrow Morning TheAttemeyGeneral this fall than it has,been .,(me the 1807 Orange Ate. Ft. Pierce FUu
i ; H.n.ry
outstanding on January.V 1947, _____ Opiums By influx of G. I. students: will hare much to tell about Germany -

i ir .'- ...... '''''wH 1,* e-i_ rt.w *SlthiFNd' .Announcement 'was- made this Some -3.00G..lngl<> men students* Sjtajtf.when Wiesbaden he returns Itself, now to .the the I .., ,
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debt' Is it ; willfbe>housed this fall ln 01--!
than was a ,
higher year ;,,> week, of the ngagement: and approaching ; home ef the Headquarters, United -
ago although it still remains only i marrlage ()t' D. B. Mc- campus dormitory 'units; another State Air Forces in Europe the

about one-half of the volume that'xlated Florida may soon provide a hun- Carthy of this city: and Miss Mary Special scholarships for Florida ,000 can be accommodated by fraernity organization policing occupied

25 ., in the comparable period gry world with 1S0POOO'tons: more Sblick"-of Pahokee. The wedding to colleges and, universities are to be houses with the AlachuaAir Germany from the air, Is one of ,f
following World War I. during' the states bumper crop take place tomorrow' morning at Base dorm unit and off-campus
v paid In cash and thus do not conflict the most famous spas and healthresorts
Farm production loans classed eight o'clock at the Catholic ChurchIn rooms available for several thousand -
years. with tuition and subsistence of pre-war Europe. Pvt.
,as "other ,loans to farmers" were New refrigerating systems, technical Pahokee. The couple will leave available to war veterans under the more. Blanton has found much of..Interestn 0

; made to 6,998 farmers .by Florida developments and faster Immediately after- the ceremony for G. I. Bill of Rights according to Married students with childrenwill the city where he serves with _

banks during 1946, in an aggregate transportation will m a k e that a two weeks honeymoon after Attorney General J. Tom Watson.In also have a better chance to Headquarters unit of Headquarters .'_

}' ;.amount of $12,785,000. Of this goal possible, according to engineers which they will be at home to their reply to an inquiry from go to school this fall with 472 family Command.

r; amount, only $7,713,000 was outstanding without increased sowing, labor friends in Okeechobee. School Superintendent Colin English units available In the three The Wiesbaden Military Commu I:
; on January l'of this, year.I'I 'and harvest yields."These Flavet Villages, adjoining the campus
l r. the attorney general declared nity has taken over many of the
l ;t. .The production loans averaged developments are well that the Lewis scholarships, as and expanding accommoda- famous 'buildings of the city. For f. :
only $1,821'each.. Apparently the the blueprint stage" said Attorney General's Suit ions' at the Air Base trailer Til-
!1 beyond well as the house and senatorial i example, the Knrhanse, a famous :
farmers' short term debt position R. E. Fishburn, Florida regional' s. Dismissed By scholarships, are to be paid In cashto ages and apartments which this casino built In the Classic style,

I f' W-' :, is favorable: and although they engineer for Brown Instrument Circuit j JudgeAttorney the holder of one of them whenhe summer house 100 families. It now the home of the American ;

I[ K z borrowed more money last year, Company, Philadelphia manufacturer has complied with the law by Although the off-campus housing Red Cross Club. Hotels and Pensions i

.," ; their ,outstandlngs at the year end, of electronic precision instruments satisfactory attendance and work. survey for women has not yet nave been taken over for i
i I 4 I-- were low Another favorable factor for controlling food process- General Tom Watson's Thus he pointed put, they cannotbe been completed, officials said they billets and just' ask Pvt. Blanton :

\ !;: in the present situation is that the ling and carrier and storage tem suit to declare'invalid deeds transferring considered an offset to G. I. hope to find residence accommo- when he gets back about' the hot -I

l :: .farmers own substantial, savings In I peratures. "New techniques will 7680 acres of park land to funds, such as they would be If dations for all Florida women who mineral baths. t'1:l

" -s. :r cash, bank deposits, and United I affect meats fish, fruits, vegetables he Federal Government for the the special scholarships were paid seek admission this fall. Pvt. Blanton, with his fellow _1

g !:}: : States. Bonds.A dairy products, poultry and Everglades National Park was dismissed by the state to the college or university With more than $7,000,000 worthof soldiers is taking his Job with the Ji

'i I t { possible source of danger lies I grains. They will conserve food last week. as fees tuition or subsist approved co *.ructlon- more occupation forces seriously. Work !

! t .:i.Jt in the trend towards the higher I I.j and food nutrition and flavor." However, Circuit Judge Hugh M. than $5,000,000 of whkh is In per- with the German Youth Activities ; !

!(C t_':' cost of equipment and Improvements "The 1,500,000 extra tons of Taylor allowed Watson 10 days to ence.Veterans can receive from fed- manent construction under way, program, which seeks to bring the --J i
.j iii" f. which may 'reach & point I II food from Florida are based on U. file an amended bill of complaint.The eral sources up to $500 pet year the University will be able to benefits of the democratic way to i

I < ; where these purchases cannot be S. Department of Agriculture estimates Judge ruled the attorney general's for fees, books and other expenseof : handle Increasingly large enrollments the youth of post-war Germany offers ,'

i. 1i"f: ; financed out, of current income. 1 1w. that at least 25 per cent of original bill was based on i attending a college, In additionto during the next several him a change from the more ,

" :,.' "Another factor in the Florida ;all food produced in *the country unsupported conclusions. receiving a monthly subsistence.The years. Completion by September of serious Job of policing the 'occu 1, :

' ; agricultural picture which bankers 'or 50,000,000 tons is wasted in Watson also has pending a petition attorney general stated that temporary buildings will enable the! pied'country.JU1 :: :

I are watching carefully Is the price 'transit or In homes. for a rehearing on his suit to when a veteran also has qualifiedfor University to enroll several timesas In all, says Pvt. Blanton, life i:

J .:. rt "of farm lands. Based on 19 I.U "Instead of adding to grower stop payment of $!,OOOOOO to the a state scholarship by his rat. many students as 1J. registeredduring with the Regular .\nnyln occupied ;. .e;

I f. !: ; averages at 100, the average farmland and processor financial burdens, Federal Government for purchaseof lug in a comnetetive examination.. nr- -war years.- Germany is an Interesting one. -.:
t .: t1f; prices of the state on March said the'engineer for Brown, a division private lands for the park. the veteran should_ be paid the Construction on such permanent

? un reached 226,-compared with of MinneapolisHoneywellRegulator scholarship in cash after meeting gymnasium
i' a'1, He has differed with Governor buildings as the new Carl Hoffman Was Seriously -
178 at the peak of the land boom Company, "the increasein Caldwell and other cabinet members the lawful requirements and it Is an addition to the infirmary an
3- tin 1920. During the past year the available foods should 'reduce for some months by protect no concern of the state for what addition to the chemistry buildingand I Burned Here '

,.--2 \f--:' Increase has been 11 per cent. costs for everyone and also pricesto ing the surrender of oil 'rights in educattional purpose he uses the the cafeteria, as* well as permanent 1 Sunday AfternoonCarl 3. '
:. ; "The Florida Bankers Aasociation the consumer.'We have reached and utili
the park, area to the Federal Gov money... athletic grounds "
i c i!" }and the Agricultural Commission that period where, from frozen ernment. ties Is progressing on schedule. Hoffman who is manager of
The holder of a valid liquor license
borne equipment, we can
t ,-t!. of the American Dankers'l Association to 'foryears can move his plue'of business Included' in the temporary facilities the Paul & Carl Garage here was
build stocks in times of plenty
' are working together to
due for immediate completion seriously burned Sunday afternoon.The
l from the into '
county & municipality -
J f ::" help keep farmers of our state In of scarcity"Mrs. M. M. Martin, Jr., _Recovering without getting the are dormitories, classrooms, an accident happened while lie
'' a'eound financial position. We are From Operation In' cafeteria and Florida Bus
: $5 mission of the county commissioners auxiliary was working on a Greyhound
1 ;, urging our customers to limit their Carrie Arnold and Mrs. Atlanta Hospital Attorney General J., Tom Watson ;.Union unit,. laboratories, engineer In front of the bus .station.Mr. .
i ;.;" firm Indebtedness to an amount Robert Schmidt and son, Murray has advised County .AttorneyH Ing' shops, .a mechanical engineerIng Hoffman was under the bus
1 which can be paid from normal Ray of Klssimmee, were visitors library annex -
drafting started running
1 > ; : Rev. M. M. Martin returned to A. Rider at LaBeUe. The attorney working gas
! !f. :' .. farm Incomes, figured from the spending Sunday In Okeechobee his home here Tuesday from Atlanta i general recited the law which faculty offices and maintenance down and Just then It caught fire
long termaverage prices of farm the 'of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Padgett. .
!,'t., ... ;: guests Ga., where be war calledlast states that a liquor license holder buildings. setting his clothing on fire. He
the unusual
We recognize
i ; >;--. products. week on account of his'son M. can move his place of business Overall planning for the fall was pulled from under the bus and
of farm Income and they
'I. 4< character M. Martin, Jr.. who underwent an within a county by surrendering term calls for Inclusion of a number the blaze was put out In few
at the
I i; farm land price situation diversify their production and to operation there last Friday. Rer his license to the tax collector and of new courses, additional fac- second but his rlfht arm and side
' bankers
. I!#.. present: time_ and discourage as ''borrow we conserve and build up'the.prodacilvity Martin states that his son stood applyingfor another tor the neW'location ulty appointments to make possible was badly _burned..The burns were
.'a;, are pledged to :
: will the breakdown of large lecture I treated la & few- minutes by Dr.
.r t. farm land or of their soil.Another import the operation alright but remain and county commit the '
:! Inc to speculate on '
1 : .' Is In the hospital about ten sion'does not need'to approve, the sections Into conference type i IMsenznaB and on Monday afternoon .
borrowing to buy land at high ant part of this program concerned _
of additional such that
transfer ,, classes and procurement his condition was
; Justified by with the .education of farm :
prices'which are not ] days.He classroom and laboratory he was carried to the Fort Pierce :
-. income ,"' Mr. youth through activities each as will be, unable to retm'Uhome
long term prospects-enrouragingPy the 4-H Clubs and Future Farm.era. for three months. Jtfrs. Martin Mr. and Mrs: R., B. 'Yes rTe equipment In proportion to the enroHment. hospital where he is now undergo.*
' 4 ; Dynes said. "We are
." remained there with him. spent last'week- ud ia Okeechobee. lug treatment. -
Y. Florida farmers to round out and
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r -I- ii i hhhhM1t hhhhhhhhM1hM1hhl P w'A'hhhhhhhhhhhhht i MILLION USED FOR ACRES MARGARINE.SOYBEANS.

Li i i t; AIK ME ?A quiz with answers, offering A report just issued by V. L, Lea "
'TRUST'By i of the Commodity Economia Re.

: J t A jLjff ffifO information( on various subjects i search Department, covering hj ',,o

MAURICE GRASHIN !t tensive surveys in four leading soy

'. :, j 2 '' Coenec I t..h ..AM1I-A.--------.------------M1hM1M1AAA.A.hhhhhhhAt bean producing states, shows that .-
',, : I sometimes in 1945 the total acreage of ,-
1. Can a moth fly far? ica to Florida-and as I97,* '

.' 2. What is the English name for far as Canada. 727 was needed to produce the soy. =
Eddie Martin escaped! beans used for the -
manufacture of .
: :. he game of checkers? 2. Draughts.
., The prison sirens screamed 3. The Uranium atom was actually 3. In 1934, by Enrico Fermi at margarine. This is an increaseover '

guards fine-combed the surrounding split for the first time in what the University of Rome. 1936 of over 1,300,000 acres. ..
,_' 1 country-every" law 'agency in the '." The report also shows that aa 1945
: ; rear? 4. Two-thirds vote. soybean oil used in the manufae-11
i nation went into action.
vote is to limit .
What required .
i 4. and prefer certain
"" i : 5. Yes, they ture of margarine amounted to( ,
fiY;. Get Eddie Martin rebate in the senate? and dislike others.
tastes approximately 206,643,00 pounds *'
'x t Meanwhile the notorious criminal ," 5. Can fish taste? -
6. Christian or Frederick. The (Adv.)
= i was riding -under- the belly of the f 6. What names have all Danish
+ is Frederick IX.
{ construction dump truck that .had l :: ___ tings had since 1513? new king

, 't taken him through the prison east IzH't x t: 7. The largest known mass of 1. The northeast coast of Aus- 5,

r--y_ et' gate. 7 :oral in the world lies off what tralia (Great Barrier reef 1,200 11LI.i ia's

: i By his fingers and toes he clung /'\ .... oast?, miles long).

to the bottom of the bumping truck I \ '' 8. The Chinese use otters for 8. To catch fish. They tie a

until the driver had parked it for : what? strong cord to the otter let him ; r e.a., ...

; the night in the company yard. Only The Answer dive into the water and when he EAGLE BRAND

=t'LLj; after dark did he venture from his ,. 1. Certain varieties of the Black catches a fish they' pull him to Dri.kt.e w.r.r ::4

cramped position. Y S 'J1" Witch moth fly from Central Amer. shore. <".,li
.. :
He wormed his way into the '.

; ,truckmen's locker room and speed t .
{ --- i ily changed his prison clothes for a New Booklet Containing Important
i :K-. : work outfit. He pulled the cap down r bS .EASIER SMaAIftFJt. .:
a ;
-: over his eyes wrapped his fist .' Information on Proper Care of Baby

"1>, _. = around a heavy iron bar, and wasP --
ready to travel. ::. baby? Our booklet No. 203 can help TOO.
(j .... Advice on feeding bathing, toilet-training SI111 l/(11 Stltit
t' .' "j Via alleys and side streets he '\ etc.. from birth to one year. Send 23 .. 1iVGIE
l reached the city limits. He avoided cents (coin) for "Baby Care"* to Weekly
: Newspaper Service 243 West 17th St,
3 ,l ; the highway and headed across the New York 17, N. Y. Print name address oR Douiis IOGE
s '; hills. At midnight he reached a t : I.I booklet title and No. 203. '
- : # ., j creek and waded across. They'd
., never get him now. He almost ran '

3= -; ,. the remaining mile to the deserted Careful is
-p :i._ t .. _:,' shack refuge.that would give him needed \ Good for Your Baby BUBBLE CHAMPS CHEW W5

: As he hurried he remembered the -and parents, approve this laboratory-pure, .

j.J 1t 1 many times it had given him ref \ foil-wrapped quality bubble ii '

= r :; uge. When he was youngster, and : \\ THE' sun is one of baby's best _J gum! ;

; ... his folks lived on the ranch. he and -. It.helps him build Dennis Kenney winner of prize can fa
,. t his older brother. Dan played "cops straight bones strong muscles. ? recent contest,says"I didn't used to be so
> time sEven rood-hot then I discovered BUB Ana
: and robbers. Even at that r"He glanced at the window, blocked_ by police there was no escape." a few extra minutes of sunshine boy,what difference.. .Ria mother
he had insisted on being the robber. may burn baby's tender skin. Be sure agrees: "Yes there aa important differ

,; I. Dan was satisfied to be a cop. For was the box with the ten thousand A.voice called hurriedly, "Eddie, his eyes are protected during sun baths. t" enc* in BUB! That" dean foil wrapping it
Sunshine should not enter the eyes directiy. one more proof
time he had used the shed -
long "
a dollars. Here was his wrappedin Eddie! /'
gun. Want to rear a healthy: happyLeaf '
BOB meets all Pure Food requirement!
at the far end cube ranch his
felt. There were cartridges and It was his brother. He did not 3 It's mad entirely in the UJ3JL-under tin
make-believe hide-put; and Dan stuff to clean the revolver in case it answer. Dan called.again, "Eddie, s ; S5 S wort sanitary conditions tGhunpiou
i i ;' could not find him. Then one day td a a.
got rusty. And he had a complete I must see you!"
,< } Dan found his hiding-place and change of clothes. UUa .
Eddie let him in. then slammed S.. -
the fun
;; was over. He'could not miss He had brains. the door and bolted'' it. He jabbedthe 1 Qbl"1

t r But that had happened when he That's why when he got twenty-five revolver into his brother's ribs."You.re 40''
S ten old and only'playing .p-lr ili Applicator] =
years ,
thousand bucks from the last stick- still playing cops and rob- Eke
bad man. Now he was the real Iusra .ulctLWnOASI Dennis aw t'. t
Keuey My: a >
R The. five up, he had only tried to get away bers. But you'll never live' to collect' IN 5EATMERS: 1O MUCH PAITMItOR iMt jtr tk Ytllt* <
: thing. government paid
with fifteen-he put the balance in my reward." fmttttf**tk tkt Sit
: thousand dollars'reward for him after SPREAD ON ROOSTS MUtttnl
the trunk with the and other Dan regarded him coldly. "Mom ,
'1 his last bank: job. It would double gat -- -- 'p
that amount to get him back. t! gear. He had cached them just in wants to see'' you."

He felt quite proud-he had gone case his plans went wrong, and he The savage tenseness faded from .

: far'since he was 'a3: >lay-robber,'* t failed to get out of the country. Eddie's' face. "No kiddin'? After TESTS show,. that. Champion .; < i-
; Well they did He had all that bunk they printed abOutme -
A short distance from the'shed he go wrong. ?" Renk's Firestone -. .
Nobody' was trusted a guy and gave him five
; : will
Ground Grips -
#;. I going to outsmart "him. Satisfied grand to help his getaway. The "She doesn't know anything about Champion

)S S that he was alone: he, moved. to the pal" had not only taken his money you," answered Dan. "She hasn't clean up to 100% more effec-

5- ; '.. :' i( shack.. but squealed on him. and got the been able to read for six years. I tively pull up to 62% more, last flie f
.' made stories, instead of
reward, too. But he in the up reading
now was '
; ..<. '. The door ;was'locked, the windows same spot'' with the same amountof what was there." up to 91% longer, and, ,':roll
just as he left them. With
U t.:.'.' ,his Ironba. ; .be forced the creaky dough, only this time he could '"Thanks Dan. I sure wish I could smoother over highways than ;z
; not fail, because he trusted nobody. see' her-but if s" 'right
Impossible tires. Sun
doormen its tractor
t; !, squeaky hinges;; Field "* "-'......* any :
1 mice scurried outside birds flea Alone In the dark, he got to thinking .ow. ; -

r l ? ;', 4 IrantJcally" from the eaves. Hi bolls -and whenever it was dark and VShe's very .sickJ' ., ,' r-.J:: .* Only Firestone; Champion i 1

., ed the door, and crossed to the rear he was alone he thought of his .'NI' ::\:, -.; :
of the room. On his knees he impatiently mother. He liked Mom. not becauseof Ground Grips are made with con '
"It's last chance to see her
m.r- brushed aside the'' cob- what she was to him, but becauseof alive." your \ netted'curved traction bars.,. The ,'
ebs"- the many favors she had done for F
.r pried loose several Hook curves. and the connections ,,
4- \. f boa ds. He reached; ,down graspql{ him.' He remembered how she usedto "I'll go. '
k'. ; ,. ..:r" the"{chain' handle of a small trunk battle the neighborhood hoodlumsto He changed' quickly into his good give the bars far greater strength

f .and pulled it to the floor. save him from 'a beating. She clothes. He stuffed the gun and than those on any other tractor
was always looking out for his good. cartridges into his'pockets.and car
First he took out
a flashlight, and tires. They eliminate the excessive
directed the glare over the othe Yes. sir. Mom was all right. ried the money container under his CHAMPION
At the door be bending and wiping and rapid
contents of the chest. arm. stopped.
1 .. He laughed He stretched out and fell into a
." loudly triumphantly Everything peaceful sleep. Two hours later he '"Listen Dan. even though were tread wear of broken center tires.

was ship-shape-just as he had awoke, frightened! He shook with brothers we never had any love for The curved bars cut into the soil G R O U ND GRI PS

I planted it three months ago. There fear as he grabbed his guI each other. If this is your trick to
: ,./ turn me in'. I'll get you If it's the with a sharp, plowlike action. Mud

last thing I "do," and trash fall freely from; tapered .

Dan shook his head in sympathy" openings 'between theSe powerful

< Don't you trust anybody' ?" traction bars. The: continuous con ,

1- "Only me and Mom. Let's go"
; l CROSSWORD PUZZLE I tact of the connected curved bars x :ky
'Dan's car they raced for home.

Midway' they ran into a heavy with the highway insures-... aJ. L a.
A storm.. Rain flooded the windshield Smoother ride. A FARM CORPORATION, one of the first, uaa.en- .

i Horizontal s.I.ua. U Next!*.... faster than the wiper could clear I .... t. shied Champion: : Farmer William F. Renk Sun <

1 Soft cushion it., Thunder boomed and lightninglit Prairie Wisconsin, and three' sons-, Walter Wilbur
J 4 Destiny I I 3 4 56 7 8 9 10- Like Champion Farmer Renk... '
the countryside.The and Robert to build an efficient and profitable -
8 Spanish and other cost-conscious farmers
; hero U 12 storm was at its height when farm business, Last year, on 1053 acres in 7
11 i 14
11 Poetic: they stopped In front of a little white ...you will get more pulling power farms they produced more than 3 million pound -

always 15 16 ,, 17 13 19 cottage. Dan Jumped out of the car and longer life if you specify of grain and livestock more than enough to
12 Mine and ran to the house. Eddie fol-

i entrance lowed. A flash of lightning and Hampshire
13 Egg-shaped 10 21 22. Eddie turned to a police car
15 Prefix: see bring highest prices. Their brid seed com and

!' 1- false t skidding to the curb. Champions for your present certified seed grains are in demand. Soil fertility, _
3-"r Eddie Dan inside and
17 Slang pushed tractors.
through fertilization and an efficient cattle and
,, success threw the door shut. He whippedout
: 19 Chinese 11 18 29 his gun. and leveled it at his listen 'to the Voice of Firestone hog plan,is high. Last year SO acres of Foni:'oats

measure brother."I Monday NBC yielded 102 bushels per acre. Farm work is
every evening over
l ;:.- 20 Peer Gynt'smother 30 31F 32 33 34 told you rd get you." mechanized. to the limit.The Reeks shown below

l-;. 21 Chess pieces "But Eddie.." frantically pleaded stager u4uTb.rk..b. s>"a asbtNi o- L to r, William F. Wilbur, Robert; John

I 3,. : 22 Ancient 35 36. 37 Dan. "I 'didn'tA -" a .os :-s (Walter's son), and Walter -
':;'" 23 Volume
crash of thunder drowned outthe'revolver'shots.
l > _'< 25 Title ofrespect J8 39 ; 40 41 feU'dead."I'be ,.. ti r ,s Wrft to Tfc. fbiftoae Tin A Jtvb&cr Co,
: Dan
,,, ,, s-- Akron, Ohio, for nor tutormotlon ....,
: *. } 28 Grotesque 41 officers were right outside
43 Champion former .
f. a..k.I
figures rat.
Eddie was a caged He yanked
To "::: 27 Grass cut open a door. His mother was lyingIn 7 gr ,.
.: and dried tor 4S 46 47 48 49 '
t .l'- fodder .
i .;: .- 28 Clamor ;) 51 52 53 54 ""Edward-Edward!" she. called

:., 29 Share of weakly. ,
-S : S 'J.: -- a task SS He'glanced at the window-it was
30 Comparative 56 'TiOR
'> : suftlx. St blocked by police. He had no

I 31 Wordbook chance to escape. "He held the gun '

F.::.;- 33 Archaic No.23 behind frim S

'> article 2 Roman j 31 Ships record 41 Reception, '"Hello Mom." he said. : Ij .

35 Pledge bronze j 32 Head 43 Stop! she
Tm here
glad you're
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36 Birds craw 3 Fanciful covering 44 Slang 2 :1d
told him. "Are all right?
37 Anatomy: 4 To lose color 33 Pronoun plunder you I
-- I '" the .heart 5 Trouble 34 Unit of work Lizard -:;Sure. Mom rm swen.H'she
38:Two-masted. 6 Note of 35 Power, 47 One hundred sighed in relief. ,2
; "- ;square-** scale 37 Pleasantly make a ;yen Tve had a' dreadful feeling you S !
rigged'shlp 7 dear.upper talkative 48 Garden tool o
even'telephoned R RS
were "in. danger said -1 ii
40 Rama -, air 38 to boast 49 Period of she 5, .S i
': 41 Ruffian 8 Folding, 39 Unsubstantitime .. the police to .protect < 4 S 1
," 42 Drink made', 'bed ,' ated report 51 Look )Ou1
: = :tram:, ; 9 Four 40 capital 53 To brine fat !
molasses: 10 To.waste., J Tunisia completionAaiwtr Fish Out of Place

.. 43 in. a time Nicaragua contains the only
''lowsag 14 Covers U Prn a Nuthr a freshwater lake 'known to'sciencein i
5 ; 44-Ocean;:3 16 To availS 1 -which big salt-water abound,

*"' :43 part of .;% ( oneself. EAT POS E ? Ar says National Geographic scdety, !

;. ;: .. *' ,to be": SI Preposition Lowest AVOID A RE Sawfish of' more than, 700 pounds T 3wd1 I i il iI

k 4- :40Btenaty47 \ F L O V I A L E D D C B sharks to 200 i
Wed up < limit) up poundstarpon ii
To ? A R r s R A P .
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l + 50)Gam >inZ1 Definite E OE ? ? en are caught dally ia" the :waters i
a T- von by the .,. article D A I E s A R A L R I of oval Lake Nicaragua.-1 mike I

:{ r 'DutchS --,-.. 24 Rowing n I s ? E r E o ?. long and 105 feet above the-level'olthe i f
Mesial image implement A r a A r E E ? A P E nearby Pacific ocean.' Geologists : r I i

51 CraMJ', hip. 25 Hockey' s r s s explain the oddity by saying A
r-, l -' ,56 To deCa7.: ,. ::> : the lake.'Was a, bay .of:;the'.ocelot ". s T gram
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'. i In the"race and with his wide acquaintanceship be accomplished during his present The freight Tar shortage- promises -
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@kurqnhce ; 'throughout the erm. to be a real headache to Flor-

& i11'",1 state and strong political connections With Mayo definitely planningto ida growers and shippers, and It Is -
J Published every Friday by the tremendous advan- re-election gratifying to learn that The Pull-
he has a run for it is doubt-
; '" Okeeehobee
News Co.. at Okeeehobee, -
Okeechobee County, Florida. tage over others who are less wen ful If any serious opposition will man Standard Manufacturing Com- Effective .
.;,: ,-.' known., develop. :Mayo Is loved and respected pany Is placing in production at : .

:. z ,:J.J BRYANT BOWDEN ,.........Editor R. W< Dick) Brvin, former as- throughout the state andit two of its plants a"new model box

;", sistant attorney general ,who hail is generally agreed that he can car, designed especially for mass

i SUBSCRIPTION RATES from Palatka crashed newspaper retain his office as long as be production.

; One Year in advance .x..,......$3.00 front pages last week with his of- wants toThere 1st -
'{ : Six Months in advance ..,;...-. 1-5'' ficial announcement.. He is fairly may be other candidates Following a tour of Florida's Algust
(; Three Months in advance ...... 1.00 principal cattle producing areas. :
: > well known in political circles but seeking cabinet Alices but present
officials of American
is practically unknown to the gen- incumbents will all run for reelection -
,.;. Entered, as second class matter July; eral public. and that means that any Association expressed
1, 1914.,at the Post Office in Okee opposition that develops will havea amazement at the growth of the :
ehobee. Florida, under Act of March R. A. (Lex) Green, former con industry in this state and predicted ;: 1947 .-
tough time of It for it is plenty
8, 1870. gressman and candidate for Gov- a bright future for Florida :
hard to defeat a man who Is In and
ernor in the last go-round, ii biting cattle Interests.
wants to
; snwIwuLMnflmffiawtuwnIrn nmmtnrI his nails and trying to decide ltay.-
As it now the only race
f appears ,
what t6 do. He wants to run for
l TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY something but doesn't know jut for a cabinet poet that will attract
-rt public attention and degree I have sold the effective
what. Maybe governor, maybe at arouse any ) Grocery Dept. Aug. 1,
\ of interest will be the rtce for
By RUSSELL KAY torney general or maybe for a return
attorney general and of the men ,4s 1947 to O. L. Raulerson 'who will carry a com-
.wn..uwwwn .. ...._._.u., aaauau ........__.... to congress. He has his ear
---'-'-- who have announced to date. It
,. to the ground and we will hear plete line of groceries fresh vegetables and
would that L. Burton
When Tom Watson announced from him sooner or later, I'm sure appear Grady -

i r J that he would not ran to succeed A halt a dozen others are considering is in the most advantageous' meats. The Grocery Dept. has been moved to the f1
1 1 himself as Attorney General but entering the race and no one position.

i : \ Instead would seek the office of can say at this time how many will Having made a statewide race front of the store facing Osceola St. and entirely

l Governor he let the bars down for be lined up' at the post when the for the office of Governor, his name -

n F a free-for-all, and at this writing starting gun is fired.A is known to thousands of voters j remodeled. ,Come in and look around-I appreciate -

it looks as though we would have spreading rumor to. the effect who have never heard of the other I

J. .f a swarm of candidates for this of that Commissioner of Agriculture contenders. On top of this he will your past patronage and am sue you will v.

flee. Nathan Mayo would retire at the get strong support from political continue to receive
prompt, courteous treatment.
Running for a cabinet office end of his present term caused,an circles and he can be dependedupon .

against a man who is firmly entrenched ambitious crowd of office seekersto to run a mighty good race. 1 We are remodeling our Dry. Goods Dept. and
We won't know a great deal
e- and runs to succeed himself start beating the bushes.
o is a mighty tough trace fort I Ammon McClellan of Ft. Pierce about who will or will not run 'until adding a ladies: ready to ,wear d complete shoe F
other contenders, for the man in didn't :wait to find out whether later in the year, but come New
4 j office has.a tremendous advantage, Mayo would run or not but tossed Year's day, we can count on the dept. where you will find i the newest creations at

s 't nnd if Tom had,chosen to remain his sombrero into the ring and has kettle starting to boil In earnest. all times
we are adding new nationally fiverN
a :
; : in the office of attorney general started out on a statewide hand. There will be candidates aplentyand

t 'It is extremely doubtful if he shaking campaign. the old welkin wilHring I from, tized lines.m ladies dresses as well as men's readyto
would have had any serious oppo- Friends have been urging Rich- Pensacola to Key West.

t sition. ard Simpson of Monticellq, former CAR ma1''d wear and children's wear in fact we are striving
t "0 Now, however, It Is anybody's Speaker of the House, to enter the "Duel in the Sun" To

i ; ..race and it is beginning to look race but Simpson will not run in r1 k-lI to operate a complete modem dept. store "-

like anybody and everybody will opposition to Mayo, although he Be Presented By
where our motto will.. bq. clothe] the "
It.During for we fainilY.ledRaulrsOnDept. .
; get .into would run almighty good race .
the legislative session P. any office he might seek. Sunrise Theater HVekVe "

,Guy Crews, representative from Mayo, last week, released a state- _' "* .-;: ..- '
.Puvai, let ,it be known that he ment to the press saying that he Greatest casting news of many sav- ,

would be a candidate and he has had no Intention whatever of retiring years is the parade of dramatic er. Whenever your car

i" teen campaigning ever since. that his health had never stars which David Selznick has needs lubrication "
a an
f f L. Grady Burton of Wauchula, been better and that he had an un- selected from Hollywood's Hall of Store
oil change, tire or battery <
.. one-time gubernatorial candidate, finised agricultural program to Fame! for his brilliant Technicolor
i and an able ,lawyer. Is definitely complete that could not possiblyNOTICE production "Duel in the Sun:" ," coming service, lust give us a call.

: # r I Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. We'll come over for yourcar H. H. RAULERSON "
; 5 and 6 to the Sunrise Theater, do the fob and ;:

: .. Fort Pierce, Fla. through the Selz- -
bring It back to yowl
:= Owner and
I nick Releasing Organization. / ; Manager.

I ,: Jennifer Jones, Academy Award-
: i winner who rose to screen fame .. '. ,.' -'
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.' In sensitive, restrained roles, now 'If Clothe. :The Family: :
::.- ,. gives full vent to her dramatic talent -
in the powerful, emotional role t FI
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of Pearl Chavez half-breed Indian: i
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girl.For the first time in his years PAUL ROBBINS Okeachobee.tFloridaAdvertise .
the months
of screen triumph, Gregory Peck Distributor of -
plays the villain, Lewt MeCanles, a ..ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and == -

lawless, hard-living, rough-riding ATLANTIC PETROLEUM

of August and cowpuncher.. PRODUCTS.

'fIt,; Joseph Cotton, screen favorite, Phone. 118 Okeechobee. Fla. in The Okeechofcee News ,:

-v plays the upright Harvard-bred
r lawyer who looks with disdain -
September upon his brother Lewt's wild ways

and vies with him for the aUec- t ,
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: tions of Miss Jones.

s r we will remain Closed The dynamic role of power-mad

., Senator McCanles, lord of a cattle
empire, is played brilliantly by the I You MAY
All Day venerable Lionel Barrymore and ,
the renowned actress of stage and

;>,. ; Sundays screen wife:-unhappy aristocratic, Lillian in Gish, the gentle, portrays charged but bitterly his atmosphere -. I <;- BEEN ( @I1 TT-TI/I: /i:

r : of unruly 1880 Texas. :

:: k .-" Herbert Marshall, with a deep ,. LAST WINTER

'.; sense of understandIng, plays the ..

I role of Pearl's father, an ex-aristo I .' "
,!".., f
crat who tries his luck .at gambling -
in love and cards and fails*ut r .- :

.Okeeohubee Motor Co. both.Tilly Losch, famed Viennese c' ,.

r. dancer, "goes primitive" as Pearl's
Indian mother who swirls in delirious < 'T" ,..-

dance on the top of an 10-

: foot rectangular bar. .
\ The glittering array of top-notch
movie favorites continues with the

; g=> U.S. TIRES PUROIL names of Harry Carey, Otto Kru- .

: ii ger, Charles Bickford Butterfly -,
:Y "WHERE SERVICE IS A FACT" M Queen, Scott McKay and an im ,v -

} port from the Broadway stage, J tiTeueL t [ rich Itrdtlar( mr.n (
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CONCRETE \ to heat your Loaue.Based an a stall y just completed- ';. -

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Mr. ai,Mrs.-Eddie Tindall were '

BUYING PROPERTYOR Local l and Personal visitor spending" Tuesday"' in",Mi-- Rom where I Joe Marsh ., .' :,:
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INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, 'BE I Dr. and Mrs.. FL P. Maupal left i
SWRE THE'TITLE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearce and | Sunday to go to4: Miami Beach .
IS CLEAR. HAVE daughters,of Belle Glade are spend- where they will spend two weeks "Not Responsible i

AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY ing several days here visiting Mrs.R. vacation. .
E. Pearce. :;: For Wife's Debts"A ?''.

Okeechohee Abstract' Miss Betty Jean Dunn is spend- "
Company Mrs. Roberta Wilson of' New ing several days here with Miss

York Is spending several days vacation Polly Greenberger. i-- young man came cashing into day he phones me,and says,kind,of !th
J. L.
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i :R. E. Pearce. Spee Garlington of Birmingham, 1 Iwanted me to print an ad-right ad. Me and the missus have every-;

Alabama, arrived here Sunday to \*quick-saying he wont be responthing all patched up.And we're har-1
t x sible for his wife's debts from now lug a friendly glass of beer, right
Mrs. George Men.rve of St. Augustine -I spend a two weeks vacation with
Is visiting Mr. and rs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves and on.as he's leaving her for good im now." ,| Its reju-
mediately. From where I sit, if you give
Ellis Meserve here..
[ I allowed as how the forms were folks time enough to think things ay

'O\DA MIL'TRbt J. R. Edwards accompanied by MissBetty McCrae of Gainesville all closed up and it was too late to over, those hasty quarrels that .. opened Mrs.

; Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Bartlett returned was a weekendvisitor in take his ad. Ee says: "All right come so often from misunderstandIng by

; t Friday after spending a few Okeechobee visiting Miss Perilee Monday then-and we agreed On will give way to tolerance and. Ok Smile lead-

days visiting at the Edwards homeIn Hunt. Monday. common sense. g
; ST. Of course the forms weren't. "Battle
PETERSBURG Hodgensville, Kentucky.Miss -
a- n FLORIDA closed.But I had kind of an inkling Clu1
Miss Perilee Hunt left Mondayto
of what might happen. Then Sun- "' tA. JTeed-
a Florida' only Resident Military Sally Hulsey is home on go to Aubnrndale for two weeks. (;/ U/.i

/ Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unite vacation visiting her parents Mr. She will act as councilor in a Meth- 3 Intro-

and Mrs. Harry Hulsey here. She odist Church' Youth Camp being Copyright 1947.United Stales Brewers Foundation I

-:: Member plans to return to Orlando the first held there: the new i
Southern Association of Collegesand of September to her }
continue I
:: ) Secondary Schools schooling at Forest Lake Academy. Miss Iris Conrad, Vernon wouldTo

.. ; I Association of and Military Collegesand _1 Wright, Bucky Burgsteiner and !l-BUSINESS[ & PROFESSIONALDIRECTOR J I
Miss Carol H and Miss MU- Alma Joyce Trumble returned on the
School of the
United States
dred Morgan returned home Tuesday home last week after spending a [i"f l' all t

after spending two weeks vacation week in Camp Bethel, a Brethren Y.i ,pictureade ,
Highest Government Rating = ,
visiting Miss Hall's sister and Youth Camp near Roanoke, Va. i t

g An Accredited brother-in-law Mr. and/ Mr. J. B. serita i

t, University Preparatory School: Standen in Elyria, Ohio. From Mrs. Angle Bass and daughters, be-
there they went on to :Niagara Misses Alice and Sylvia will leave over to iJ

t'"= Limited Enrollment ': Falls, Canada, wl\ere they spent a today for Glenwood Springs, Col., IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BURGESS the day

tt day and night. They stopped in where they will spend a month Electric Saws Electric Drills aulersonpastor
t ill Separate Junior Department several other states and visited vacationing. Bench Saws Grinders

other points of interest before returning Welders 10" Lathe urea as
For Information Address Pumps Co.
Hand Supply
home. Rennis PadgettMs again at Padg
12Radial Arm Saw
s Col. Walter B. Mendel, President ett's Texaco Filing Station after n better

Florida Military Academy:! Mr. and :Mrs. T. Thomas and spending a ten days vacation in CLARK J. SMITH wears
a rr FEEDGRfliyiiYBABY Y 1
St Petersburg, Florida It: children of Gainesville are spending the northern pan of the state. Sales Rentals Service a story

{ several days vacation visitingMr. 209 Okeechobee Road ho was
Florida's and Mrs. Matthew, Tomllnson Mr. and MrS: Richard Harris CHICKS 'and of i
Leading Military Academy'Eslnblit.'te11 : Ph. 20276 West Palm Beach
and other relatives here. left .Sunday morning to return to I iade. He
inonI Tues. and Fri.FOR
I Gainesville where they are attendIng prone toat
r Mrs. Z. K. Williams spent Thursday Summer School after spendinga were

and Friday of last week in short holiday here with Mr. and JAMES' are. Heying

Miami. Mrs. Bryant Bowden.Representative I topatting
;..: 1 '.-' : '--.- j 'j 'n Typewriter & SupplySALES
-, Mrs. Julian Clements and daughter and Mrs. W. J. U S Tire _
H SERVICENew 6 of the
H : of West Palm Beach are spend- Hendry returned to their home I Pnroll Products be done,
ing several days with Mrs. R. E. here Monday after spending a week Typewriters and Adding Ford Parts- gave on

; Pearce and other relatives here. in Orlando, Tallahassee and Atlanta :Machines
I Service j:
I .,.. S Mrs. E. F. Dudley has reopeneda Ga. Immediate Delivery SEE expect-

new beauty salon here. Sylvia's, -
fl g Beauty Shop, formerly Marguerites Mr and Mrs. \V'. I. Lawson returned PHONE 1009 OKEECEOBEE1IOTOR

has been redecorated and to their home here Satur- AVENUE CO.
: u 103 ATLANTIC Ttia asx
< some new equipment has been put day after spending a two weeks SALES SERVICE world
'I in. Permanent and cold waves area vacation in New Orleans, La., and i POBOX' 411 PHONE 44 w

: : a specialty at the new shop. other places of interest. ._.... ..-.

1 .' : ; i. tj withouta '
W. G. Royster has accepted a
'--' Z. K. Williams accompanied by
"i it' ,.(, H :C.' his son Bill and Miss Paula Bur- position In the .men"s department poore
( Burney beauty
: ;! t: J ami.c1 :haw- spent Wednesday in Mi at Raulerson's Department Store. FormerlyDenmark's Updated

Ed Alderman returned to his Ins, etagrind
;- -
J :: ,"< H Mrs. Omar Hunt and childrenare home here last week after several serrlce.thee Hs

'. .- I : few days at the weeks spent at the hospital in SERVICE
Jj spending a Lakeland.Mrs. kdjourned.npany i
t beach in.Jupiter as guests of the Complete, Horn Outfitter_ ,f "j'
i iI T. W. Conleys.
: Leo Greenberger returned qM
Wednesday afternoon from New ULMER EZELL Phone 115 J. E. Cone,,Mrr. ": -<'-. ;
have purchased: the Grocery Dept. of Rauler- .11.11son The M. O. Kents are spending a York where she has spent the past

Dept. Store ,effective Aug. 1, 1947, and have months and vacation friends visiting in Tennessee with relatives and three friends.Mr. weeks. with relatives and -< -f

employed :Mr. Carl Stello as Manager. We are North Carolina. boss what and he
and Mrs. John Lamb of Fort ;

naking changes which will make, it easier, for you I Miss Mary Lee Withers wasthe Lauderdale were visitors spending OKEECHOBEELIQUOR East SaePackaxe tnploye inked for of

I week-end visitor of Miss Alice Bass Sunday in Okeechobee with Mr. STORE
ii to do your 'grocery and meat shopping-We plan last week-end. and Mrs. Bob Lamb. StoreLiquors ght Cornto

n to carry a complete line of groceries and meats, Miss Sarah Howell is spending Mrs. Constance Harris and two Only Bar In Town

, U fresh fruits.and vegetables at all times and so- several days in Okeechobee visiting children of Fort Lauderdale were Wises Cordial ing of thethatNthey
the Sweatt family. visitors spending Sunday in Okee- PHONE 34
licit patronage. it chobee visiting friends and reja- or Smith,
Uves. Seward Swain Company,
Master Ronnie Hunt returned STATE ROAD NO. 8
home last week after spending
: I
PHONE 103-1 +
ti several days in Miami visiting Mr. Wet pavements are easy :on tires omplishedtower
The-Grocery. and, meat Depts. will be known and Mrs. Clayton Hunt. In one respect. F. Goodrich engineers andweot

H that tire treads h
say average '"
as Raulerson's Grocery.a' about 40 degrees lower Atlantic Service Sta. Stech snr '
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Boehmer returned tempera- O. K. GARAGE ;

last week after spending: ture on wet roads than on dry. Paul D. Robbins Owner & MACHINE SER. used yang,twice with

several weeks vacation In Missouri Wrecker Service DODGE PLYMOUTH
Indiana. Mrs. W. I. Lawson, Mrs. Allen 1 leay, were "- -
and On their return Sale & Service i
24 Hours ,
trip home they stopped in Macon, Markham and Mrs. Joel Nalley, a Day .. esent eureted y
24- .*Wrecks S rrk "c
L RAULERSON Georgia and visited a few daysthere spent Monday in West Palm Beach.R. :
LEE TIRES Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.92 or 133
with Mrs. James Reid (for .
merly Miss E. Padgett accompanied by GAS-OIL-GREASING Dualop Tire & Tubes of Ideas, ,&
Louise Barrow of Okee-
chobee) and daughter. his sister, :Mrs. Carrie Arnold of TWIN OAKS Gen. Electric Appliance filled'out -j'2..

Kissimmee will leave this week All Night Cafe Storec, Refrigerators, Water includingla .

1 Subscribe to The News for Hot Springs Ark., where they OKEECBOBEEFLA.North Heater ,office :!i '':
will spend three weeks. ewe Service Them AS fljr. typed 1i- ,
h A blank --4 :

..tea".teaCLASSIFIED print hit ,

ADS ParkPackage ALTO WATFORD SONS I Ito ither further than ;, .-

I .StatWR 0 unsigned
IJ .- : 'ANNOUNCING THE REOPENING 'I I lIIIi'llRm1JIl'll lllIllllIliIllllllllmlRlll sumlveIsueie' Store That Good Colt Gas. t sorted by : '.
FOR SALEModel A Ford fora- F ittee of em- 7 ;

door sedan equipped with 600x16 GULF PRIDE OIL "f the Steca ; "

"tires, price 35000. One saddle Liquor Wise Cordial fork where s

; .'- '--, II III IIt and. bridle, price $ S.oO. J. R. ALTO'SHOTEL destroyed.
III :{ : OF ''I MInnehan, Phone 83. Next Door To All Night led In the.
I ; StationPHONE i the Fieri-

I, '.'. FOR SALE_-17 foot boat equipped 153 la The Heart Of Town .OmpanJ', norte m:

: with nine Horsepower Wisconsin Weekly or Dally Bate*. executive
Ill'' JOHN & SARAH'S' RESTAURANT / Inboard Motor. In;use four \ speak "'hlComedy

months. Price 3250.00. HOWARD f

II I ,. .1 til L3CIITSEY. 1, box 74, Okee-. Tfil'jJaM-
d1obH.> J. each .Uencouraged

il I [ J-> ON LAKE FRONT J Ii 1 :XOTICE CXDER ricrrnors: sri1j. WE SPECIALIZEIn ... BRING 'YOUR. ; ..

LAW Curing and : l I)
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Chapter 20053 Laws of Florida. Art"of and
wholesale: ->-
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>, I the,C11'P81t Court.. I. sad for Okftao- Cuts. # 1 ..,15-16
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( I Presidential Veto Poses Problems- Original Ever Stitdiei So Pi :

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Roosevelt Said, 'I Forbid' 1 e'6)z


631 Times for New R

> ,- Limed Litter Helps 1 : ; : ) ; :

Hens Health ; ,
'if Improve By BAUKHAGE

News Analyst*nd Commentator. ;

t:: Built-Up System Also WASHINGTON. forbid!" said President .; : zr

'. Chicks said it 74 times to the 79th congress while Democrats

:/ Benefits Baby still in control. The score for the : : ) .

!= By W. J. DRYDEN is not quite complete at this writing. : ;
: ... V a
i Not only as a means of saving Every American president is permitted to say he forbids but

.. on the cost of litter material as well to say,it in Latin. The word is "veto." Of course the congress ;

i coccidio-I 'So.what?" right back as they did, so emphatically this session "
J as on labor but also as a :
I case of the Taft-HarUey labor act but they have to say it tw '
sis control authorities now
'it measure strong. a strength they aren't always able to j
!; recommend that litter be kft in the muster as history has ;
Why the founding fathers were so
ij i brooder and laying house for a year
I generous 'with presidential power days, not Including Sundays I
c or more. fol
;J.t When the litter Is treated with which they never conceived as expanding on any bilL Congress sends Allen
modern breadth, we
to its
't;:l' hydrated lime little danger from to him. If congress
; was
lon't quite know. The veto is written -
-t eh disease will result. By using the fore the president's allotted ,
built-up litter method the poultry down in Roman law but Latinis are up and he still hasn't
E'fj-- a dead language. In England, the bill it cannot become
house receives additional insulation 4f
., ,-,. i the crown has a veto power over That is considered :
; resulting in drier litter and more a "pocket
but it is almost as deadas
f .
1.- ", 4 uniform temperature. Extensive Cleveland, during his two
Queen Anne since it hasn't been
t:, .' 1 i tests at Ohio and Washington State in office, used his veto
used since her time.It .
colleges have proven the value oft times, and was overridden
i seems to have flourished on
twice. The majority of the
: :American soil
, I land vetoes were personal ;

1. I In fact- bills, many based on 7231
: "We ought to call it National Veto
surd claims growing out of
.' Week." House Majority Leader war At first, Cleveland's dellgbEf
i ir Halleck is reported EASY stitchery in |
refusal to permit these original designs!
to have remarked Fish.ina
j jt J'
?s?' when the putian treasury raids colors dash over a stylizedfsea#
; il war veterans. Later, Use these marine
third presidentialveto ( e
the GAR came to consider .
linens. -
Iif -S in one week friend. I I -:
of June bounced >
: Just the thing for the bathroo ,
baCk 1
:(,, into the lap Ulysses S. Grant, a poor tern 7231 has transfer of 18 motifs 1 fey j
./' of the 80th cone to Roosevelt and Cleveland in- inches to 3'i by 12'i inches
gress. Others toed 92 bills was Our improved pattern visual with earl S
,,0' studying head- four times. War n. to-see charts and photos and cwapJeal
directions-makes needlework easy Plb|
::;; lines "President released of pattern. 20 cents.

Nixes Tax Cut," All told; ; the veto power Confer- "

j. Healthy poultry can be kept "Truman Vetoes used more than 1,833 times by Sewing Circle Nee4Iecraft Dpt;15C4

: i" ea litter left in houses for a rear Labor Legislation idents. George Washington .. about 90 W. Randolph SC ChicagCLSa*ST;

t /: er mere. ." "Wool Bill it off by killing two important at Enclose 20 cents for patten, 3
one having to do with billion |
Turned Down,
1! this system of litter management. Name J:|
: shook their heads ganization; another which income
<' i .When the built-up method is employed Baukhare Address 2
I and opined that have reduced the size of the 124 per
T : the litter is first put in at He was not overridden.
Harry S. Truman was the veto-
i two to ,three Inches deep to which ingest president yet eight other presidents who
< one pound of hydrated lime is added
i Nonsense, said capitol old-timers. experienced a veto upset billion

k 4.3 .E to each five square feet of floor Harry Truman, according to the gressional action-Madison, I less
, II space. When the litter begins to roe, Jackson. Polk.
record has been very sparing of his Virtu
#; pack another layer of litter well
/ coln, McKinley and Harding.On .
veto, and has a long to
: t as an application of lime is addedThis way go by 1 G,. It lurav.r1 ,
before he attains the really big-time the other hand there Gov
' <. ; may be repeated as needed.
veto statistics racked by Pres. several presidents who not
!: 1 When the litter stirred with
; vis a Franklin D. Roosevelt (who had veto entirely: John Adams. covered
fork and sticks together in
more time than anybody else to exercise son. John Quincy Adams. from
if the hens can't it when
or move
c< his thumbs-down power), ren William Henry Harrison. 8.3 bil-
= scratching lime should be
:., \ more Grover Cleveland (the veto runner- lor, Fillmore 'and Garfield. con-
added. Less liming'will be neededif
up), and Ulysses S. Grant. because all was .
if feed and other equipment
,'. hoppers "Why," the old-timers grant, tween executive and largest
is moved occasionally.When .
; "when FOB was president it those days. Perhaps rising
fr deep litter is used, a greater -
seemed as if we had a veto on some students suggest today, 1940 to
amount of lime be advisa 4t
may something or ether- almost ev tained veto is a
-: ble. This system, 'in fact
\ system ery day." And the record shows the principle of majority
'f i will be satisfactory in damp
that he said "I forbid" or rule of a minority of -
i weather, unless the house is well
achieved the same end by the either house plus one, plus the
built and land well drained.
} ; t pocket method in 631 instances. ident who is not supposed to

I \ (A "pocket veto" comes about in vote. (It takes a two-thirds -

t this The has 10 to kill veto.. throne
way: president a .
I I 'Green Manure' Crops I Mount-

< Philip of ;

-, "Green manure" is vital to soil 1 to Neighborhood PryAfellsntanybody'd

'\ rebuilding and higher crop yields Historic Trees ThreatenedFor f1".f'probably be proud to own--1'ively.

-2f.' 'that come from a crop of legumes, and well-nourished: on Gro-h:

"::.- as shown by accompanying chart years now I have walked back the Coolidge birch several ,Eliza- Ribbon These crisp, toasted ribboa"

IlfJ:' To compare the organic, matter and forth to my labors under a set out-under Hoover. ro give him every vitamin and minmI
:,,- and nitrogen various legumes proI giving dogs are known to need.Economic;
Gothic roof of formed by the
Maples predominate, but the
duce through their tops and roots Interlacing elm branches which approv -one box supplies as much food bi--;:
are next, and have w
many dry weight five 14b, of wt' =
tests were made at Joliet soil ex- since Civil have and as cans "
war days, made '
memories. Just southeast
: .' periment field. Plots of white blossom my street one of the world's most the en- food Gro-Pup also comes in Dies!}' "
south portico an elm said to
: and in PeLEUt. Feed all three. "
sweet clover alfalfa and red beautiful avenues. Today there are been planted by John a tra-
; clover were seeded in oats May 1. circu-
some rude'gaps in the raftered ceiling Adams. There ace others
Samples of tops'and roots were col'Wzs 1:
> ". where huge branches have been by Lincoln and McKinley. Dog
":; ?e ,- lected November 1. 'Results showed ripped away by the wind and storm. p..
that white blossom sweet clover produced But now there is a threat of greater Under these trees cousin GROnf11l:
, lives, but for beauty _
considerably more organic devastation for our and other elm and a 11
': : .i matter and in the surpasses the high arched
nitrogen fan of trees, ancient and historical, or of RIBeO M sEv ;t
;; :- i the first year than the other leg- merely beautiful, for the dreaded ter, thick-tapestried in As

rj .? umes., Sweet clover is a superior dutch elm disease has descended stark but graceful in of Prin ,,;
line in winter which roofs ::;
f:;:","' 1 upon America-two cases of virulent he ::'O.-, I
avenue. : ;
"?. I POUNDS OF ORGANIC HATTER AND I infection have been discovered Britain's
,2' NITROGEN. TOPS AND ROOTS within the District of Columbia Vic :

;$ .WEET Cl VUii. alone and no cure is known. become of 70 EASE .Ol.-I'.if.

.; tf4,?. cus ass My generation found nothing given a ACHES "
:lt; .. ctovEao exotic in the idea of the village pg SORENfss.r
Quickly appl y soothing and come_
asaNK smithy under the spreading
to ask wttlt_
.; x.TrEa forting GRAY'S ";
_ 2300 #eOo m001 chestnut tree. Today the smith Princess its wholesome antiseptics and: n& jki i:

sS l i would have a tough job finding give ture aiding medication.Nothing else 3 ,
a chestnut tree under which to I I like it-nothing so comfortiES-or r
",: ; okr build his smithy even if you pleasant for externally caaseL skin fp;:
troubles. 35c. Get a package today.-,
r' 2000 10. could find the smith. For, thanksto
9- as nc the infamous chestnut blight, ;

,t;: _;k;jf' a horsechestnut tree In this GIRLSiWoMEN-! :

country is now almost as rare for the

as a horse. to try this If you'reNERVOUSI;
4 -

f< I green manure crop because of its Must the elms go that way? depart-
growth in the fall and its high percentage I talked this question over witha Rep- i

",:::: c 'of nitrogen in the spring af: member of the American For- 0.),

'1' t the second year. This greater fall estry Products Industries Inc. (a Oa CESTAW DAYS' Of MoaffcDofenuaefunctlonalmoDtWjiUfttff- >t: '

,t growth, the first year; Is due to the private industrial association). He the *- .r'-.

fact that sweet clover does not said: "A recent house action reduced so sates weak make and you tired feel eat nervous at such,trfttva ttm-*' :.-
:: bloom but continues growth until the federal appropriation for tele- Then do try I4d1a Eo P1Dkb&m"V5YS' ,g-_
freezing weather Alfalfa and red the control and research of the Eu- under table Compound to relieve sum qrrJl g
Lorna It"*lemons tow U11a1 Taken reSPj5
clover frequently will bloom in the ropean beetle and dutch elm dis- 'nI him larly pinkham's Coanpoana btlizf : ,

fall of the, first year. Vegetative ease to $51.000. If the cut is ap- A bar- bund up resistance agsuu sU f*'" '7-

growth stops, with the ,blooming.. proved by the senate it means the I 30-foot wilting Amerkau'elm and partly I loaded trees..&lco a great stomachla tit : :.-;'

end of the dutch elm disease laboratory fected with dutch elm West 1.1IIA.IKB111vsa: '

I Practical ,Control of in Morristown. N. J., where
the department of agriculture's bu- 34t
WNU 14
Brucellosis in Swine reau of entomology and plant quar- INDEX HIGH ?

The following program for control antine has conducted extensive research ,

of brucellosis in swine should prove into the control and possible Must

: effective Blood test breeding stock. prevention of the insect and fungus.An Kidneys .

-- ', .c segregation of infected breeding elm. according to official Gain Work We 11 :::,
( the classification is -'
stock blood test prospective gilts a "prized shade :-

-,, .;- and boars frequently and up to and tree in the northeastern and central] For You To Fed WeS .: "
during the first pregnancy removIng United States." But passing over WASHINGTON. Farm in mid- testes ercrr d.rr +++y

__." reactors and breed only nega its esthetic value consider that its during the first six months' higher l a.. d.t> aiM -
was 30 per cent higher than ...r _u.C-the bI.... ;
:0- "wood is used for .
., tive gilts to clean boars., variety of purposes If aon people...amtcoBotemtir< .d b.v.. ,
!; -especially slack .cooperage, corresponding period last are 14un -..... ..
market and bushel it was revealed in the p&.. hid.._acUe aad etiiervftbost vsme

-i \ mate_ or, 2,4-D willIisock heavy crating and for veneers.baskets. .for" department's monthly very or toss b4ry mesas N ..:t.t.::: u r

.; : farm income. t. Uttvtete .....u.c ot .A-c&iolt '
--j ; ; Out"Poison Ivy But 'what does the ... ..
";-",, an economaniac gtt.>A is ap..e u kfda.lsto ,
,for all that Farmers netted $ than is toariaa JIII'IIPCIF.
on Ivy now tK.a sit- f
Bsmlas sa+sb. te.fr
from the sale of their is
_'of the 'two new chemicals Consider' the White House crop r.ens slat .oues't"
4 "" ing that period with the fa vmc.-Yo*aq".1.,amgiai
te 01" .:2f-D. If ammate isJM grounds, for instance. In these quiet sobs. bss4s b ., ...... _
'-/ : a'spray,dissolve it in water 18 acres there are something less increased to about 12 billion their psms,s Iq lip at IIA w. r+st.n&. __ =
per cent > Why as V7 Deafi l'illet
r to the gal- than 350 trees comprising some 90 through government : ..t tbs ::
..., : t Nteof one pound paid 'be seas a ...... r..ossnad ,
r' "; ..ray, when the ivy is in species. The two great magnolias report showed. : highest d.aosatry. N tb.N.er.stdsTs...'.=ab.ts tbv sa! -

; '10 that the largest possihlf e planted close to the rear portico Largest increase ,was 70 'ti-Ua frDOAHSPlLLS,;

,. surface: win be covered. were placed there by Andrew JackNearlyevery registered in sale of meat conclud 'G.* ...'.M eontaia uti.-5S sith.m

'f S w '. -.*" cool cloudy da y son. president plantrain Cash receipts from dairy ; paid by At t&drag___, .,,,

"i. :'little:chance"of ed a tree-there Is the Benjamin were up 30 per cent-from ue'' at
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.'i, Cover plants wen so Harrison oak, the Harding beech. responding period last year
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@f1 ( tl e-4h Great Flees Moose Alaskan Flock Fire A. OUSEHOIDNTS' l '

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Big Game Periled in, Forest by- : a x. :

Wind-Swept Blaze. ; Cream won't drip from the

y r, pitcher if you put a bit of unflav- j

n am e KENAI. ALASKA.-The- world's ored fat on the tip of the spout. jI I ,,5

largest moose herd :fled from a -e- 4sit.
Wear an when sew. ,
apron you
wind-whipped forest fire which was
destroying huge stands of timber. Have large pockets in the apron
w.kP G Herds of other ti r a'e aSI for holding thimble, scissors and f
Vegetable PreparatIon Required a.t PCress.re big game fled be-
Batt Mi.. ;;:: c.i.\ fore the crackling flames whichspread tape measure.
over a 100-mile area fa the !
Wash. precook 3 minutes northern Dry rot seldom attacks timber

Asparagus pack .................,..... 180 40 10 An airplane section pilot of the who peninsula.flew over when the air can circulate freely ( .

BeansWash.. string, cut er leave the fire said there is a "good chancethe under the boards. It is important
(StriD& Wax) wbole precook 5 miDutes. .. therefore have ventilation kug* 1
:, 180 40, 10 entire peninsula will be destroyed to good
Shell unless rains throughout the home.
grade wash: precookS come.
Beans. Lima minutes then pack...... 180 55 18 Pilots who flew over 'the Hidden -e-
lake and Moose reservation regions To retain the attractive appearance -
Beets Wash retain stem; cook said animals of smocking after laundering ollettle
were running ahead of
15 mID.. slip skins pack. .
40 10
iron the smocked
the fire. Other game dived into run the over

Cabbage, Bras Remove.outer leaves wash: streams and lakes as flames shot sections until dry then fluff up the
sels Sprouts precook 5 minutes, add 100 feet into the air. smocking with fingers.

fresh water ..,........:.... 10 40 10 Road commission men said hun, ---

Carrots Wash, peel: precook 5 dreds of big game animals already Wallpaper cleaner is a good tro-

miDu ,'pack .hot......,... 10 .35 10 bad perished.R. cleaner for parchment lampshades
Remove outer leaves wash R. Robinson chief of the Alas- MASTERS IN HANDCRAFT Two Indian girls (left) from Arizona and window shades. Rub
Cauliflower : show their handiwork to other Girl Scoots at the first world conferenceto new
precook 4 minutes, pack.... 150 35 10 ka fire control :system said it wouldbe lightly downward in one direc-
e impossible be held by the Girl Scout organization; in the U. S. since 1937. Girls mid
tq the tim-
Cora OD Cob Remove husk: .precook 5 ber loss until the from!the Americas, Europe and the Far East gathered at Camp red
minutes pack '!.......,..... 210 10 10 trolled. fire had been con Baree near Tyrone, Pa., to discuss youth's part In world affairs. tion.CLASSIFIED lay

Co rD, Cut from cob: precook 5 Pilot Gentry Schuster of the Sew- the i
minutes pack ............. 210. 80 10 ard Safeway Airways said smoke

Greens Wash, steam,to wilt pack was rising 25.000 feet. Fire Chief at 90 I i rail ;

loosely, .,................... 180 60 10 Two sportsmen, were caught In G DEPARTMENTMISCELLANEOUS tare f

Parsnips Wash..pare: precook 5' the* Kenal river area by dense Still Heads Force n 11f,,!

Turnips minutes "pack ............. 90 3S 10 smoke. They were flown to Anchor' sevfbe-
He Formed in 1920 rJJ ;g o -
Peas SheD. crade (use young): age.No
precook 3 mlD.. pack loosely 180 60 10 casualties were reported. FLORA ILL.-Still head of the AVIATION NOTES |r to
Other fires were burning on the volunteer fire department which be 1
Pumpkin' Cut In pieces steam or bake dayator
Squash until tender pack .......... 188 60 10 mainland near Palmer Alaska 50 organized 27 years ago 90-year-old Airport Chatter rson
miles north of Anchorage where "Uncle Fay" Yeck. ranks as one of More than 1,000 private planes
Sauerkraut Pack cold' add salt more than 8.000 acres of spruce had the oldest if not the oldest, fire will llF M.I-AII Maaa-Grara food
ne water .....,.............. 30 been destroyed. converge upon University of Jfaw If.wy to pot nor dMrWwd watch ta pvfc* i aa
chiefs in the nation.Recently Illinois airport at' Urbana-Cham- ranfav order..*at tow awt...wtt*quick writ*.
No awttw warn yon 1m,yoa eu and row vmtah
appointed by Maypr Leo paign August 4 when the Flying tea OorcxMTte will rapur rear wvtefc. nptewrifeferlm.puta.
Follow This Chart for,Canning Allen to the job for four more Farmers of Prairie Farmer Land _".r tT ..andmarantMeMbtTof ewu fit ..e adjatt far tter'are

(See;recipes: >below.) New Kinds of Atoms Are years Yeck admits that his years gather for two days of meetings and WATCH- .* .POCKET R5PAAlg WATCHES.AH,{LAKES_'.OF__WRIST"
are numbered but his seamed demonstrations of agricultural and atrlv.. Write far...... No aWtawoa. Act......,.
U. S. ftory
Split by Scientists ELGIN
brown face showed little concern ash flying equipment. Governors of Illinois TIMEMASTERS
Canning Queries .. .
Mss .
gap aw..r a.Ir 1IAIIIf.POWERFt1L .
LYNN CHAMBERS MENU BERKELEY. CALIF.Atomsof predicted: "I don't think I'll last Indiana Wisconsin and Michigan -
three new elements have been out my term.' the area covered by the organ. CBTSTAI.RADIO-Brings tn dofHe
Pressure cookers and other can- stations loud and clear, with no batteriesor
Braised Lamb Steaks split by American physicists but The white-haired chief has helped ization. have been Invited. Crop tubes! All ready to play. Sent C.O.D.
ning equipment will be ,working cannot be used the for only $3.85.1
in. development dusting demonstrations with helicopter
overtime to take of garden Parsleyed Potatoes fight most of the blazes in this a RADIO WriteTrey.Tezas 18 to
care Green BeansCarrotRaisin of atomic energy or bombs southern Illinois oil town for the are scheduled, as one of the wereHe
produce this year and those of you Dr. Ernest O. Lawrence said. .. SENSATIONAL VALUE! MONEY BACK
convention features. Flying
Slaw IF
last 60 years. Despite administration DISSATISFIED 10 Karat Solid Gold
who ,have canned foods undoubtedly Farmers Day will headline Birth'Stotie Kinns. Ladies S4.93. Tax Inc.
Biscuits and Lawrence Nobel prize winner a
Hone1'Fresh turnovers he has held the postof Gents $8 95. Tax Inc. Send Birth
know that it's a ,big_task; but nota us your to
Cherry Pie Beverage and inventor of the atom-smash- fire chief since he organized the' attraction at the annual Farm and Month. For ring size measure with a piece
thankless one when it'' comes to ing cyclotron said atomic fis- March Home Week scheduled at Louisiana of string and seed to us. We will immediately Itlngdone.
Flora volunteer department send out your Hint C.O.D. Pay
next Winter'a'eating. sion had been achieved with lead. 26. 1920. State university" August 12-14. Air Postman cost plus postage. f'the
There no other food task so different class from ,nonacid vege- minded farmers the '_ UNIVERSAL 4EWFIRT CO.
bismuth and thalium-elements throughout 164 Jacssan AT... Jersey City New Jersey .
gratifying as canning, for once you tables such' as peas beans corn much lighter than hitherto usedto When the volunteer fire de- state will be invited to fly" their

are finished you etc.Some release atomic energy the partment was organized In 1920 planes to Baton Rouge to partici- POULTRYCIIICBS_ & EQUIP._ eon

have loaded questions always come up basic energy of the universe. its equipment consisted of a two pate in the program. Second BABY CRICRSU.S. Approved, Live dolivery

shelves to look concerning particular ,vegetables "But the splitting of these wheel hose cart with a reel and annual reunion of the Order of Fi- guaranteed.Island Reda.New Barred Hampshire Rocks. White Reds.Rhode act. a

at. In order to during canning time.TypIcal atoms," Lawrence said ,"at present 150 feet of hose, the veteran finella (ex.Wasps) 'is scheduled at Rocks Non-Sezed. $14.00 per hundred. ple
D' avoid canning queries are these. and here are the is only of scientific interest.It chief recalls. The city paid a Ponca City" Okla.. August 24-27 your Shipped orders from now.source No COD'S nearest please.you.Sexed Book

mistakes and failures answers: dollar to the drayman who under auspices, of the Piper Mid- and other breeds quoted on request.
" will teach us something about CHICK PEBEZ. 163 CnU. X.fcil.. Ala.
: check over What causes cloudiness in canned the nucleus of the atom but is would haul that cart to a fire Continent plant and the Chamber of worldItboat

these points. 'peas? This may be caused by insufficient not of practical application in "and how the three or four Commerce. Approximately ISO ex- --- ,

First garden-fresh sound ripe cooking or some mineralIn making atomic bombs." draymen In Flora would race Wasps are expected to attend. A Safe, Sound Investm nt-
the water used for canning. Proper to enD that dollar he adds. A long hotel strike in Phoenix.
vegetables' the only kind worth
U. S. Bonds!
Buy Savings
canning. Unsound produce does not pre-cooking or soft distilled Water Next advance in equipment was Ariz., took a new twist when the .
eliminates the cloudiness. 'Pushbuttons' Direct Plane hotel management used a helicopterto
Improve 'during the canning proc an old steamer. Regarding this machine poor

ess and it's a waste of time money How high shall I'pack vegetables? 2,000 Miles Without aStop Yeck relates: 'The fire ,deliver food' and beverages over tesoly

and food to put stale vegetablesinto Pack them to within % inch of the would be out. or else the place picket lines.Flying . Mated
Jars top of the jar except 'peas, lima WILMINGTON. OHIO. A pilot- would burn down before they'd get Yodora

Select all vegetables as carefullyfor beans and corn which are packed less four-engine army transport up steam to get it there." EggbeaterSeveral etc.
to' within one inch of the top to plane landed at the army air forces The 30 volunteers include the distinctions are claimedfor d'the
would for
canning tmJckguest.as you and you'll ,be.ourmost' allow for extra expansion. flying" center here completing in mayor police chief a bank cashier the unique commuter service checksperspiration ervice.urned.. -
eight hours and 46 minutes a 2,000- theater owner game warden a bar offered by a helicopter which oper- .
toward Tender What causes corn to turn brown in
way success. mile nonstop flight from Long ber and an undertaker. They fight ates between Boston's Logan airport -
small the can? Most often this is due to
beets plump shiny
peas- ; Beach Caul, during which no fires without pay "because they're and the roof of a downtown *; ,
corn, crisp and meaty beans etc.' a high temperature l
member of the 10 *man crew all good hearted fellows. I guess. garage. nmy
all win give satisfactory'results because used during touched the huge craft's controls. The !flying eggbeater as the planeis odor r3
,, produce to canning, which "They enjoy it, though. Especially
they are prime .
Describing the flight as the long known is the only helicopter In ;
with. carmelizes the r those pinochle games at
begin :
est of its kind on record army engineers scheduled passenger service In the
Every" 2, vegetable should be corm Sometimesa said it was made by a new their meetings every** month world; is ,the only one landing regularly [ THE ppTf/IHGT WAY
high deposit of over the fire house.
washed thoroughly before the skinis "push-button" automatic flight system on a roof of a, building; It flies hit bet
'cut' or broken WbyJT 'Because mineralsuch' as not to be confused with the Uncle Fay's office ,is a little desk on the shortest airline route in the Made with a Joe cream late Yodprs s
some of them" have dirt and fuzz iron in water where he works is actually tocthatg to normal skins.
"drone system" or remote controlled under a stairs, world; it charges the highest rate for
that is difficult to remove once it used for canningwill but Tm No harsh chemicals irritating
flight. from 8 to 5 every day, per mile and it fies| at the slowest ;
becomes mixed with the Juicy con cause' It. Some human control must be exercised subject to can at all hours like a speed of any" scheduled passenger Baits. Won't harm skin or doting ye tit'Corn

tentPrecooking Why; do beets in the operation of a country" doctor.* plane. Stay soft and creamy, serer get

and hot packing gives torn white This "drone" plane,- it was explained He has two pumper trucks "one's The distance is about two miles grainy.j .

best results as this method shrinksthe may be due to but in the automatic flight system 13 years old; the other's 8. Both as as the crow flies and its mechanical j Try getSt Yodora-jut the wonderful j ace to

vegetables- and gives a. better certain varieties or to too old beets. all the- necessary" flight data was good as the day we got 'e." cousin, the helicopter flies. Consid- |difference! S of the

looking pack as'wen as' 'less shrink-' Use the very" dark red kind and fed electrically into a master con- Although a tiny gold badge on his ering that the fare is $3.50, tax included theySznlth

age in the Jar. see that .they* are young and freshlygathered. trol panel within the plane itself. vest is inscribed "E. D: Yeckthe passengers are paying at 1 ? ,

Use Pressure Cooker The plane's instruments were genial chief explains that his name the rate of $L75 per mile. But the

Some women can can consistentlyand Why do vegetables fall apart preset to take the plane oft the runway really is Edwin Dufay; Yeck "but purpose of the helicopter service is Yya.. Dana

successfully; by ,processing' vegetables when home; canned? This Is due to In Long Beach, direct it on a folks around Flora .Just call me not to save money orto go fast but .
in a hot.water baths Either overprocessing or overcooking in 'course via Denver and 'Cincinnati Uncle 'Fay*-especially the kids" to save time.Another plinked 4

they are very' careful workers or pressure cooker or water bath and set it down here. Yeck-who. came to Illinois from I H- er and

just plain lucky. However, fool- Watch the time and check with The engineers emphasized that Sistersvffle. W. Va.. as a lad of six First r tide ofeh

proof results are best.obtained by timetable to avoid this error. the automatic system: was not recalls 'that there were only three "'The nation's first aerial cleaning s...aaw.r t..,r.t.,. '*ur1 -

using 'a steam pressure cooker. 'It Shall I overprocess or underprooess planned to replace pilots, but was stores' In Flora when'he arrived service is operated by Wayne L. twice ,

is possible to bring food to a higher Neither is good but under- developed as-part of a program to there. ,He spent his early years in Troutner of Winslow. Ariz., Daily

temperature ii) 'this way and kill processing probably will result in beat the hazards of flying" in bad farming' then Was a barber for 50 when his Stinson Voyager glides to Skin "itches yfwitb.

harmful bacteria, .thus avoiding spoilage while overcooking will give weather, years. earth on remote northern Arizona y, were '-
spoilage. you wilted looking goods that do The crew was In charge of Capt. landing strips. Indian natives-both and irritations ensmr- :

Canning also may be done in riot hold their shape. Thomas J. Wells of Orlando. Fla.. young and old-cry; a greeting "Ka-. elnee
project and safety pilot, who, said He Listens to All! t f'su"er
much less time with a' pressure How much shall I, can at one Ya- Pa-Ne-Sba. meaning "the
cooker, and there Is less opportU- tIDier Unless you have help for the trip was uneventfulImprovement cleaner who flies." Since inaugurating To be 'eadt-with quick relief ideas,** :
Wrangle keep handy a jar or soothing
of "landing tech- Legislative
nity to lose,food values In this war preparing the'vegetables, it Is best the aerial pick-up and delivery wond-tamed Besiaol Ointment. edToatacludin- j
nique" is of the big problemsstill ,
Fortunately the 'equipment is"now to do it in several small batches service to the widely scattered trade Use freely see bow the medication
to be overcome. Wells said. Lets Out 'One Yelp ing posts ranches and resorts, ?
available, or in many communities so vegetables ,do not spoil. If ;you ; eases itchy irritation of ivy >
it is obtainable on a. communal can get the produce from garden to ANNAPOLIS MD.-omar. an Independent Troutner has more than doubledthe poison, mosquito bites, sunburn ;office
basis Stradivarius Violin Worth volume of business for his Winslow chafing .' For added comfort r typed;
at canning center or such. kettle-or jar-within two hours you who sits In on the Maryland .
'- plant bathe with mild Resinol Soap. ::::
Boll are working according to the best legislative ,sessions has taken a.. blank
Serving $25,000 Was Pawned for $30 Get boU today bent 07 d: tZMt '.
rule. Much depends upon your own the floor only once-and that was ntli1s
One of the basic rules for home- : :
NEW YORK.-A Stradivarius violin '
speed and ability." when somebody stepped on r"tbau
canned is to boil the
'/ owned by Caryl Bryan Oakes. _
raised tbe point 'of personal '
canned vegetable How much salt should be used? Bloomington Ind., concert violinist, He ."' further'unsigned
10 to 13 minutes Season according to taste or not at and insured for 25000. was found privilege from his seat on,the x'. f
next to C. Clifton Virts. 36yearold COMFORTfor
before' testing 'aH. Most people are satisfied if one pawned here for $30. who lost his iB.ortedbT
or using, f teaspoon of 'salt to, each quart of Police quoted Oakes as saying the Frederick attorney so-called -
In dynamite explosion of em-
sight a cap tee
vegetable is added last
Never as a measure
taste a = they questioning visited his
vegetable which to the jar before' K is closed. man Bloomington home last January' and when Omar be, was a cross nine years between old.a chow L_ 1IE KIDNEY SUFFERERS the ,S schIrfe ;

you may suspect '' t Should jar tops 'be' wiped before offered to sell the Stradivarius for Is Baekatb..les psiae kobe.Ieep.llll'Dfalpu.n&O. where
and German shepherd. a graduate -
Is spoiled. If ;you i cover Is placed on jar? Yes_ this $25,000 on commission basis. of a the seeing eye school at Mor- W_ -(the sea so!inch r quieke,i( .., destroyed. :

are certain of is essential to :remove any bits of Oakes consented and the man de- ristown. N. J. Like his master he u-in1Y sgpY,4 mw lliL d 111.the-: t i

spoilage discard vegetable, water or salt which parted for New York with the violin. is a freshman at the present session J1 DER1IUU Qa.ccfacs.ATION.That's orgM MM lAoIi4/it the BUiHlw.....,. :the Fieri-
it; if not sure cook it first and might prevent a perfect seal. As the months passed Oakes said .hi.... S. far qvudue. Ioo tla ntieI. .
ee.&i.o idde .. np&ny.executlve,.
asw ti.aRiaatsulodw7aexiaa A Aerr
then taste. What. kind of covers should I use? he became uneasy and came to New Virts. a Democrat, and Charles Do \hi :.s.e Foley (;the saw 1 tidaey ) ; -
This boiling is best done in ah There are a number of good varieties York to find the instrument. &L. See Alkgany county Republican Pui.they aIeo have dint MdatiT4ii. actua
m budder.Atjroordnjwwt. Pn)
M>* open saucepan. The rule applies to available, and each should be who also is. blind have formeda 7.DOUELY: vow'
aH vegetables except tomatoes and used according to the manufacturer's Sandwich Man Gets Crowd by* coalition for going over they bills 'KA-YA-PA-NE-SHA' tiOlIUCX.. ::

red plmlentoes. which'are'acid vegetables directions. with See's wife doing the reading. Indians Greet Flier
and hence in a somewhat 'Released by Western Newspaper Union. Climbing Up Side of a Hotel C e ,such asiacourmged

NEW YORK.TJsuaHy the crowdsIn Neck Breaker', WJIt9S 7 .

t LTNN SAYS: Ring black or green olives around Times Square pay scant attention Vet Hoiislag Project Walter Bullock of Minneapolis m KM ttits HI run tr _-If'

Glamorize Foods the sides of a meat salad bowl to to a man carrying" a sandwich Will Be War MemorialSAN !linn.. is lonesome for the first tim RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
; make it look attractive. sign but a more enterprising that be tried to,break his neck. It

Before Serving Never overcook food if want one attracted a throng of several JOSE'.CALIF.-Hans for a was back ta 1M3 at Newport Tiews.Va. -
For both fruit and'vegetable" "sal it to look nice on the platter; HaveIt thousand by clambering from ledge new,type; of community war memorial .. that the veteran pilot stepped' : y I tI '

ads you may'use the prongs ot the crisp looking even if' cooked. to ledge along the front of a hotel. --in the form of a rental housing Into a ramshackle plane and flew It. ? ,, pr.,15-16 _'_
fork for fluting such things.as encumbers He put on a 15-minute ha1.rraWng'show. development for veterans-have The plane bad'no J.ostrumft1tb board MAGIC

'and bananas If,v getableslack appeal for the'Jnvest' Inching his way from the fifth been approved by"the city council. In& operated 'with only a switch _
Use vegetables prepared 1 molds children, in a set of fancy floor to the marquee and back up The'city'wQl assist in the formationof and throttle. If was'made of ban: HTe.r. REMEDY f.f r f

to'make vegetable,platters,more attractive. vegetable ,cutters' and use these again, while crowds tangled traffic. :. i corporation to be known as the boo and the"engine was strung np at Comedy '

Carrots peas and, spin- for,change to add interest Crowd members at first ,thought San Jose War:Memorial foundation the back..of.-the, wings behind the Lw1N a.

ache nice'to look:at,when'served Use'your.gayest mats orTlinens him a' would-be suicide-until,they" and wfll sen 20 acres,of land to the pool., BAs ,tie wants the thrill of *CKnittEmTt t.r.ss.a'1Sr* ittfTffl iUa s.' .

ha'ti'ring mold.' Use*contrasting when serving out' on the porch,or got, a good look at' that sign advertising foundation a nominal'sum.: Pro such' a riskagain.-BuBock Is buSd-: gill tHt MK trill wtr sea H*wt rf fife j

,colored' nImble-,"the; center.of lawn. Pottery and heavy' goblets a rodeo. coeds will reduce the city debt; tug a Tartar plane-*nd wi& fly HI, a.un m ft,fab Jitiimtut 4,TIM
the mold. : are ideal for:service,here. l .

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{ THE OKEECkOBEE NEWS Friday, August, 1,1.. .

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION described and having named therein NOTICE reclamation and for road ''
i ' : Notice is hereby given that the Notice is hereby given that O. L. them, ,the said Plaintiffs, but as not JULY 15. 1947.NOTICE Commissioner Everglades pC
Notice 1* hereby given that ;J. O. Board of Public Instruction will rerelye Kantersoa the bolder of the following known by them the said Plaintiff IS HEREBY GIVHN' thai age District.Deeertptlea
Wolff the holder of the followingtert- bids on electrical materials and certificates' has filed said certificates whether such persona are dead -or alive nnrsuant to Section 9 of Chapter -
f" ificate tut* filed aid certificate for a labor on the Douglas Brown (colored) For a tax: deed to be Issued thereon. and as believed by tb'n. the said 1S29& Law:of Florida .tda' of 1937. Lot 8. 2. Southern Or Pine= '
.oPe, tax deed to be toned thereon. The school building. The certificate numbers and years of Plaintiffs If living, to be interestedin known as the MURPHY AST., and IB NAL THE i
; rertlQcate numbers and yean of Issua Bids' will be opened In the office of Issuance the description of the cfep- said property and. if dead. to have pursuance of Chapter 2065. Laws of OF THE IMPROVBMEKT STATE, _
the description of the property.and the County Superintendent on Monday arty, and the name In which it was been interested therein;: Florida. Act of 1941. known a* the IDA. OF ,
the name In which It was assessed September First 1947 at ten clock a assessed are as follows: And having made all persons havingor EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT I BOARD OF COMMIS&K _
.' are a* follows: m. Certificate No. 32 Year of Issuance, claiming any Interval In. the above ACT. the following describedland OF EVERGLADES --. ;
; The Board reserves the right to reject 194& described land parties defendant to tbe situated in Everglade Drainage AGE DISTRICT D
Certificate No. 773. Tear of any or all bids. Description of property: said Bill of Complaint District in Okeechobee t,Cennty Florida Mabel RMlcrsea
>,. Issuance 1929. Beg Sod ft. South of center See. 29. Clerkof for By SbeffUM. A,*.
And having demanded from the will be offered sale at public for Trustees et the, ..
Certificate So. 2125. Year of VAX E. I.1GHTSET. run S 'J09 ft. W 209 ft. N 209 ft. E Circuit Court of Okeecbebee County outcry for the highest and best ash Improvement Ireal ..
Issuance 1933. Chairman Board ( Public Instruction JOE ft. ec 29, TS 37. Rge. 35: Containing Florida, the making of an order requiring bid. subject to the right of the Trustees for Board of Commiaale Faced-sat. )
I Description of property r Okewhobee County. Fla. One acre. s such and Daniel to of the Internal ImprovementFund .". J
persona ef Everglade Drain .
-.Ji MV\ of SEVi of SWVi. Section 29. .
:; Township 37, Range S3. containing Name In which assessed ;J. R. Hud appear to the Bill of Complaint upon and of the Board of Commissioners trict, Okeechobee Bts.- !
AUnt: of Everglade Drainage District -
10 less a day not than twenty-eight days Flerda
Name area In more which or utre led. Okeeehobee CARL T. DCERAXCE. son.All of Bald property being In the nor more than sixty day from the to reject any sad an bid., at the
':>- County Superintendent. County'of Okeechobee' State of Florida date of the making of said order; Courthouse beginning at 10:00
Company f IT IS. THEREFORE ORDEREDthat o'clock A. M. on the 18th day of Augnat

-.t' All of said property being In the Unless such certificate or certificates each and every of the Defendant 1947. As to all parcels of landof
.' County of Okeechobee. State of Florida. hall be redeemed according to law above named designated and specified ten acres or more title to one-half
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall IX THE COUNTY COURT STATE OF: OKEE OP the property described In such certificate are hereby required to appear hereinto of ,petroleum and three-fourth of 66'6'STOPS"CHILLS
e, be redeemed according to law. the CHOBEE COCXTT. or certificates will be sold to thehI&heat the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint other minerals will be reserved by
; property described In inch certificate FLORIDA. bidder at the court house door herein filed on the First day of Sep Trustees of the Internal Improvement
;' or certificates wll be sold to the high- M WILLIAMS ai agent for theJUneI' oa the first Monday la the month of tember. A. D. 1947. and that this orderbe Fund. Easement for road rightof .'
t eat bidder at the court boas door on CHAS. Box Company, a corporation. September. 1947. which is the lit day published In the Okeechobee New way 200 feet wide will be reserved by 44. 'O' Material S tPt."FR-
:; tU first Monday la the month of Angn Plaintiff.H. of September. 1947. I a newspaper cf general circulationpnbllsad said Trustee from any parcel through sew gives yea 0 ,
t-. '., 1947. which .is the 4th day of August. ... Dated this 2Sth day of ;Jut,.. 1947. In Okeehobee County Florida whlea then l* an existing state road and flUS l MO R eaTerne4n *-.:* -
and easement for
: 1947.Dated L. CHANDLER.Pefendant. MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk once a week for four consecutive weeks. drainage f.qr ce b4a.d ...... .
T" this 1st day of ;Jut,.. 1947.' of Circuit Court of Witness my hand aa Clerk and the
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE (SEAL) Okevebobe Conntv Florida Seal of said (Court this 30th day ofJuly
* .: MABEL BAUI.ERSON SHEFFIELD. By virtue of an execution: Issued out By CONNIE W. RAULERSON. I A.. D. 1447. at OkH .,;''. '" (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of of and under the seal of the County Deputy Clerk. County and State aforesaid I
_ ,": Okeechobee Conntv. Florida. i Court and directed to me. said executionbaring MABEL VULERKON SHEFFIELDClerk !
By Connie, W. Ranlerson.. C. been issued In favor of Chas M. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of Circuit Court. w MARKflTl.XC.J 1

,'. Williams, agent for The Bitter Box NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Okeechobee Couutv. Florida.
I Company, a corporation against H. L- FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKEECHO- (Circuit Court Seal
J'.', handler. I hare levied upon and will BEE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. T. W. CON; ELY. JR... / t 2/rL'"C
; offer for sale at the South entrance of CASE NO. INS Box fiOH. Okeerbober. Florida..lttorT i

the Courthouse in Okeechobee in the LIDA LOWE by her next for Plaintiff ..
.. .
said County and State on the 4tb day friend and August 1. R. 15. 22 29,
.. \....' First Annual .f August. A. D.the 1M7 following between described the legal Aeswe Lowe, and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO "Be prepared" is a good motto for the good old summertime, I

hours property of, sale situate lying and being In FAY WRIGHT by her next SEI.I. LAND when guests are apt to drop in unexpectedly. So here are some _

Midsummer Sale of the County of Okeechobee State of E.friend R. and husband. 9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that delicious dishes you can fix at your leisure and keep in your ,
to Section 15 .
Florida to-wit: WrightPlaintiffs pursuant (1) Chapter refrigerator for such
:} All that part of Lot 9 lying outside 20058. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. t
Florida of the plan of reclamation of EagleBay vs. and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Lawsof 's/atrLlt
South according to plat thereof L. E. BRIGGS and Florida. Acts of 1931. ts amended ICI DRIAM SANOW1CHMT
surrey ADA G. BRIGGS his by Section 11. Chapter Laws of This chocolate
recorded in Plat Book 1 at page 20G5S. ice cream made Sandwiches. make ,
wife et aIL Florida. Acts of 1941. and also perfect spur-
of Okee- pursuant with rich WHITE
records HOUSE
: 31 of the public Defendants to Section of-the-moment snacks
42 Chapter 20722. and
: J ( Brahman Cattle chobee County Florida. said SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. as EVAPORATED MILK from the MARVEL SANDWICH BREAD?
satisfaction of the execution -
The accumulated costs in ORDER TO APPEAR amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079. A&P is grand to have on hand. makes perfect sandwiches
and the THE STATE OF FLORIDA Laws of Florida. Acts of and Guaranteed
: : 1943. Shave 2 unsweetened
ti'f' holder of ...IdJud&ment. squares
favor of the assignee and fresh
:. To L. E. Briggs and Ada G. Briggs Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of chocolate into daily, every loaf
his wife. John I. Eliot and Tebe Florida, Acts of 1941 as amended by top gives you plenty of thin, smooth
: ,' State Market Sale N. O STEWART. Sheriff Frances Duet his wife if alive and Section 21. Chapter 22079. Laws of \\,\bt'ftW,' 1 of double boiler. spreading slices. You'll find this,
: Okeecbobee County, Fla. if such persons are dead or any of Florida. Acts of 1943. the following Add 1 cup WHITE thrifty bread only at A4P. And
,4- : Ringf ; 4 11 18. 25- U them to the unknown heirs devisees described lands In Okeechobee County, HOUSE MILK
June; %T. July Florida. to-wtt: what a find it isl! ,
legatees or grantees and to all per- and 16 wholemarsbmallpws.
j \; .... sons having or claiming an interest in Park.Lots 3 to 12 Inc. Block 3. Riverside .
the following described lands situate
1 f : /) Arcadia IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Okee- Lots 4 and 5 and 80 17 Inc. Block Cook FI03TY FAV01JTI
t.- NINTH JCDICAL CIRCUIT OF cbobee. 4. Bass S/D water till well blended cool I don't think
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OKEECHO KEG of ;NEM of Secttiou 23. Town- will be offered for sale at prone outcry add % tap. vanilla. Whip there's a more re-
IN CHANCERY. for the highest and beat cash bid. freshing warm weather drink
BEE COUNTY. ship 37 South Range 35 East containing MILK than
SUIT TO Ql'IET TITLE 40 acres, more or less excepting subject to the right of the Board of chilled WHITE HOUSE rich, tangy A&P GRAPE JUICE
:1- ; : < FRANK CHANDLER. Sr. Commissioners ,of Everglades Drainage till stiff fold into mixture. Pour
13 feet along the North East and West mixed with an equal
; of
; Plaintiff sides for highway District and/or Board of County into cold freezing tray and freezeat quantity
'Commissioners of Okeechobee ginger-ale. And this heat
VI.C. County, beater
f-{ t' M. HIGHSMITH. ET AL Llda Lowe: by her next friend and I Florida. to reject any and all bids coldest setting. When partially looks as if it came "
Defendant. at the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00 frozen, stir well and. continue straight from the
at husband Jesse Lowe and Fay Wright o'clock A M. on the ISth dav of Aug freezing. Swerves 5.
> by her next friend and husband baying North Pole-when *
'- APPEAR ust. 1947. Easement for drainage and
"Jri :;. 1 p. m.Admission THE STATE OF FLORDA: filed In this Court their sworn Bill reclamation and road purposes will be it's served well \\'IW'lIIl
of Complaint In this Suit the nature SALAD STANDBY .
HIGHSMITH and his wife in glasses
TO C. M. reservedBOARD ,
and of which i
if't/ wife. purpose to determine OF COMMISSIONERSOF 6 for lunch? Cook 8-oz.
if alive Marshall N. Hunt and his the title of the Plaintiffs to the land an packageof with frosted rims.
; / Free lit alive, and I1t such persons are dead, I! hereinabove described to be a good I EVERGLADES DISTRICT DRAINAGE A&P's ANN PAGE ELBOW To frost, I let the
I to their unknown heirs, devisees legatees and sufficient absolute fee simple I MACARONI ( direc- .
and to all title. andBOARD see package. rims stand 1 minute in a sauctt
i persona
having or or grantees claiming: an interest In the to have all claims and Interests of the ,OF*COUNTY COM- tions) ; drain; chill; add 1 tap. containing ;" strained lesion

? following described lands situate lying to Defendants said land, and passed each upon of them and ideter-I I J BEE MISSION'FUS COUNTY.OF FLORIDA.OKEECHO-. salt, 2 quartered tomatoes, 1 'I juice then 1 minute in a plate containing
and being in the County of Okeecbobee medium onion "
(chopped %
) U sifted
mined to remove clouds upon title of Br Mabel Kauleraon Sheffield. green powdered anger
State of Florida. towit'Lots
5 and 6. Block 137. City of Plaintiffs, to quiet and confirm title Clerk of the Circuit Court of pepper (chopped), 1 hardcookedegg and, being careful not.to jar
;T Okeechobee. according to plat recorded of Plaintiff and in which Bill of Okeechubee County Florida, % cup mayonnaise, % head the sugared rims, store the glasses
... in the public records of Complaint Plalntlfs state they believe as agent for said Board Boston lettuce, pepper and pap- in my refrigerator till,the sugar
there are persons interested in the By Connie W. Ranlerson.
Okeechobee County. Florida. land herein Involved and be reins bo vt* Deputy Clerk rika. Toss lightly. sets. Inviting as an.igloo!
GREETING: '.. ._
The Picture oj a Thousand Frank Chandler. Sr.. having filed in I
Memorable this Court his sworn BiU of Complaint
: !tSAVAGERY In this suit the nature and purpose of \
i which it to determine the title of the
I Plaintiff to the land hereinabove des-
cribed to be a good and sufficient absolute } '
FURY! fee simple title to have al .,'.
claims and interests of the Defendantsand
of each of them in and to said lands
passed upon and determined. to remove ,. :',
elonds upon the Plaintiffs title to said '..,:<. .,.'..;' ;#...
1 land to quiet and confirm the Plaintiffs Quays'-
..uT title thereto and in' which Bill

of Complaint the Plaintiff states that ----j.
he believes there are persons Interested ; .. F
f )
; in the land hereinabove described. andhaving -
: named therein certain personas -

T- known by name to him. the said
; Plaintiff but as not known by him the
said Plaintiff other said persons are t.
dead or alive and as believed by him. if;.
said Plaintiff If living to be Interested t.Jtt :_ _
In the property and premises herein In- !if: t" '
volved and hereinabove described and '1\ : :t.
if dead to have been interested therein:
And having made all persons having '

s' the described claiming And said having Bill land any of demanded parties Complaint interest Defendant from in: the the above Clerkof to 1o &m A ffrr Nothin/

County.Circuit requiring Florida Court such in the persons and making for and Okeechobee of'an partiesto order r < I

i appear to his said Bill of Complaint!
( upon a day not less than twentv>eighl
! ..' NOTICE days nor more than sixty days from the .
4' date of the making of said order: -
F .. Admission Prices for this IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat --' ---

i ; '" Roadshow Engagement each and.every the Defendants "'''' '' .. ..- rj, _.
and specified 'V-,., .5 I ;!Io-.d't'.r .:; .i: ""' ,'"""" :
above named designated ... .. "y.,, .
:Pf' /Ti .
t ; ADULTS are hereby required to appear herein to 't' ; ;! < !ft .{ r .... -e..t'.
'.. .,1" -, ,.. .;' 1
f ;__: Matinee, 7 4c tax Inch the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint herein .- ,.1 .
filed OD the list dar of Jnlv. A. D. -4-f- .y-b
l Evening -_ 1.20 tax incl. 1947. and that this order be outlined in -i.-
Okeeehobee News, a newspaper of gen.eral
i : Children ..._ 50c
tax Incl. circulation.published In Okee- The railroads have received 44 "rules"
2-BIG thobee County Florida once a week ductors and trainmen be reduced from
DAYS demands
< l' 2 from the-leaders
of the
1- for four consecutive operating (
to 100 miles which would have the
WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the unions ,
... : f' TUES. & WED. representing engineers -
Seal of said Court this 25th day of 4v effect of increasing their pay 50%.
:":ft.; = ; AUGUST and 6th June. A. D. 1&47. at Okeeehobee. In the firemen, conductors, trainmen
'..",, ""- f"; County and State aforesaid. and switchmen. They they tQ p Such a run often takes only two or
:.,. .:> ,': say are r three hours! $
: SWHNSETHEATRE UABEL RACLERSON SHEFFIELD, seeking only changes in working con. y 0 .
;t7/:' ,_ (Seal) Clerk of Circuit, Court. ditions-NOT a increase. 1 k
: : ,'' ft- >'"'9'00'- Okeechobe County. Fla. wage You Can't Afford This Waste
, By Connie W. Ranlertoa. D. C. ,

FORT PIERCE, FLA.ltr Mary Attorney" hulman.for Plaintiff. More Money For Less Work Demands like these are against the

interests of the whole American -
But what kind of rules -
are being
{ :NOTICE. OF APPLICATIONFOR people, who depend on railroad service -
TAX DEED asked for? Twenty-eight of them for
nearly everything they eat,
would '
Notice Is hereby given that James compel to pay more wear and use. '

Dvrranee the holder of the following money for the same, or less work; "

::3 certificates for a tax deed has flied to be said issued certificate thereon. 7 would require additional and un r These rules would cost A BILLION DOLLARS -

The certificate numbers and years of necessary men to do the some work: i ,. .. annually-a gigantic waste which A

. : TOPS Usuance., and the the description names in which of the It property was- the rest would bring about changes neither the railroads nor the-a country

i :- assessed are a* follows: In operating practices at Increased can afford.

Certificate No. 21. Year of Issuance cost. Railroad workers are good citizens -

1944Certificate No 11 Tear of Issuance and good employes, with pride in their :' 'u.

L- 19U& calling. Their '
For Instance during the
Certificate No. 16. Tear of Issuance : war
'a 1944 was outstanding. We do not believe

Certificate No. 9. Tear of Issuance The Union leaders demand additional they fully understand the"featherbed"train
r Description ,of property: train and angina crews on Diesel-pow- which the Union leaders are demanding. "-

division.Lots 5 and 6. Block 8, Greeley Sub- ered trains-one fast crew for every We do not believe they y,y

l 3- Lots 27. 29 and 29. Section 3. Township power onhn the locomotive. A freight understand the harmful results which

35. Range 33. containing (SO acres train hauled by a 4-unit.Diesel would ; -, these rules would have to the railroad

,H---...? .....,.....r' more Name or in less.which assessed B. F. Smith have to Tarry engineers, 4 firemen, ": -es. industry, to the, millions't men and

. -' fOR and Allof Blanche said E.property Case. being In the 4 conductors and at least 8 brakemen, : women dependent on railroads for their I

Y 'HOME. CANNIN County of Okeechobee State of Florida. or a total of 20 men Instead of 5. '- ; livelihood,and to the shipping and .
'- Unless each certificate or certificate = suming public con'f
CAPS ; shall be redeemed according te, law :

r Rare I. east Sw. te Mot htrf fo., the property described In such certificate "Made Wor "-Sheer: Waste The ':,
slip .... -w.c or certificates will be sold to thehighest great strength of America Is In =- t
: .. .Jl bidder at the court house'door The Union leaders demand brat full- production-an honest day't
lbw tsSebt.t _. on be. first Monday In the month of work :: y .
1Ii ia''''''''' .... IocSo- -- September. 1947. which Is the 1st day length freight trains be cut to about for. an_ honest"day's pap. .
'". pcnt.' Ute.. of September. 1 1' _
7 .. l half their though such
-' ........ .. cae' .... Dated this 22nd day of July. 1947. length. even .. ,For only .through greater production ,:
'>> ,..,.......... ....... MOl! MABEL. RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk trains are most efficient for low-cost -- : can we hope to stop the steady ;
of Circuit Court of .Okeechobee upward ;
jervice would call
to rule for
z. Florida. you. This surge of living costa .1'"
: I"-.J..G.OCIIf'S; County work. The crew would get at least two -
'. ... By CONNIE; W. RACLERSON, twice as many locomotives, would
Deputy Clerk. the number oi trains, and make days pay for one bays work. Surely, If ever there was a time la ;

double The Union leaders demand that the our history when '
1ts more likely. needed to work* J

: 1 NOTICE. AND TO B-"ILDEBS CONTRACTORS' Additional equipment, yards, and present. basic. day for passenger connot waste, this is It.RAILROADS.

The Beard of Public Instruction of other facilities required to take care of : ', '
1' c.: l-rJ' tr! ta.-"
l Okeechobee County Florida will rec4v these short trains would cost hundreds 91" '.-..-:-. --:- -. ". .; L
& bids on the steel frame work for
tr a school gymnasium to be constructednear of millions. What the Union leaders' g

fa the present High School. as fol realty want is to make more jobs. -
lows Said building to be ISVxWiS.
More detailed Information may be secured The Union leaders demand that when ;

cut'a Office from ,the All County bids' will Superintend be opened a crew in one class of service perform :, _

; in the County Superintendent' Office incftfcnt service: of another:classthey l
at 19 o'clock A. M. August 4th. 1947. than f
will be paid not leas a day's pay
Chairman School' Board for each class even though,all service We ." .
Attest: are puUklunf this and other advertisement to talk wife
of the des you
aepetintead.at CARL T. DURRANCE. performed: as part- same y'a t fiat hand'about mattes which are Important to .verybody.' f> _
tit and Secretary. C

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