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 22, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 33-No. 14 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August ,22, '1947 '.

Of Recent New Drivers LicenseGo Chas. W. Miller E. H. Goodwin Died At School :

?, '. Digest On Sale at County His Home in Bradenton Children Must Register It.

'ie'o, .ions By The Judge's Office Sept 2 Will Start Air Last Saturday AfternoonWord High School Wednesday-Thursday 'I" 1

Announcement was made this reached here this week of
Attorney General week by County Judge T. W. Lonely SchooUlereWed.Announcement the death of E. H. Goodwin at his August 27 and 28 Durrancc Stated

Jr., that the new 1948 Automobile home in Bradenton last Saturday :; t

, Drivers License will to on afternoon. The sent to
is made in this body was Plans are practically complete *
A- chief of police also can hold ale at his office in the court week's issue of the Okeechobee Sparks, Ga., where It was laid to In Memoriam for the opening of the Ckeeciobet T

} Hi the office of constable, Attorney house on Tuesday, September 2. News that Charles W. Millar has rest In the family cemetery thin High School for the 19474948 term

= General J. Tom Watson has told All those who do not have their been named manager of Conners Tuesday afternoon.Mr. on Tuesday, September 2. Prof.

Russell Thomas of New Port Rich- new license on or before October Field the County Air Field here. Goodwin was seventy nine The gentle falling of rain and a Nally and most of the teachers for-
ei. general said a first will be forced to undergo examination years old and made his home in
The attorney lone white bird
and will assume full charge of it winging overheadwere the term are already here and
constable is a state officer, and before a new license can Okeechobee nine years before moving
on Wednesday August !1, the closing scores in the last started their work on Monday
that ,while he could not hold another be issued them. It is to Bradentton. He, was employ
expected that the new movement the morning of this week and the others ,
: state office, the Job of municipal Judge Conely urges everyone to hangers will be completed by that ed in the drug store here of J. of symphony of will report in time to begin / r
' not state their early and avoid H. McCranie who was his brother- Nondas Leedy Parker's earthlylife.
-, police chief was a get license
time and Mr.
Miller will take it their work on the opening date.
position. the ..rush and confusion of the last in-law. Born in Nov. 1888 heavy
-- over on that date. Superintendent Carl Durrance
minute. In addition to his position as minor passages were introduced announced this week that all of

Whether a constable can legally manager of the field Mr. Miller Large Crowd Was early with the loss of her mother, the students must register on

K- serve a whiskey search warrant Idell Tomlinsonto will, also operate a CAA Approved Margaret Leedy. These recurred Wednesday and Thursday, August =

lF outside the'limits of his district faa Flying School for training those At 27 and 28 at the high school build-
Arcadia with
For the
.r passing of her husband
matter for the courts to decide, Marry John F. who might wish to' learn to fly..I ing. The school busses.will run on -

according to Attorney General J. His courses'will be given to GI'swho Don Raymond Parker in 1919 after Wednesday August 27 in order to :

Tom Watson. wish to take their lessons under The Cattle Sale only eight years of beautiful accomodate the children who live :r.
He advised Leo Kirkland, con Pearce the GI training program and married, life. far enough away to ride the busses. _

stable at ,Gracevllle. that while the also to civilian's who desire to A large crowd attended the I Upon her inexperienced shoulders In discussing the teacher sltua-

1 statutes seem to permit a constable and Mrs. W. R. Tomlinsonof learn to fly. fell the burden of supportingher lion Mr. Durrance stated that __'
South Florida Brahman Breeders
to serve a warrant from a the engage- In discussing his plans to take : two small children and her while at the present time there 13

county Judge's court in any partof ment this and city approaching announce marriage of over the local airport as manager Sale held at Arcadia last Friday.It father, John Leedy. The latter was was not a full faculty he expected H

the county, the supreme court their daughter. Miss Francis Idell and also operation of the flying was estimated that more than of inestimable help In maintaining no trouble in getting them by the :J.

has not passed on that point, and to John Franklin school Mr. Miller stated that he 3,500 people from all sections of a Christian home being both a time school opened as a number

the law generally holds that the Tomlinson of Mr. and Mrs. Austin would move his family here from the state and many out of the state father and a mother to his daughter of the teachers who will be here
Pearce son
jurisdiction of an officer Is limited -. Pearce of this city. The marriagewill Sebring just as soon as possible buyers were there to bid on the and grandchildren, BO that the for the term are now attending

to the territorial confines of this fall but no and bring all of his equipment including cattle offered. theme moved along on major summer school and will not be on
take place I
his district, unless otherwise clearly date has -been set. i some fifteen trainer planes Fifteen breeders of this famous strains until his death in 1932. hand for the pre-school conferencesthat ."'
t stated. On that basis the at- from here. His 'planes are all practically breed of cattle which many cattle I During the next few years, are now going on.
Miss Tomlinson graduated '
torney general suggested that a Okeechobee High School In the | new and he will have 'sufficient owners think are the best for the careful management and loving Under the new school law the
declaratory decree deciding the I Class of 46.She attended school at assistants to take care of the needsof Florida pastures offered thirty sacrifice enabled her to give her teachers of the state are supposed

point ought to be obtained before the State College at Tal- all those who wish to learn to eight head for sale during the day girls the advantages of summer to be onhand two weeks before

constables start serving warrants Florida and they brought a total of $24- church camps and of college edu- school opens and the new regula-
lahassee one year. fly.Mr.
outside their districts. Mr. Pearce graduated .from the Miller is no stranger to the 909.00, averaging $655.50 per head.It cation. A less courageous person tions call for them to be on handat

Okeechobee High School with the people of Okeechobee as he was was the first sale of the South might have permitted the minor the school house eight hours a

Attorney General J. Tom Watson class of 41. After his: graduationhe formerly located here before World Florida Brahman Breeders to be chords to dominate the theme during day and they must teach 180 daysexclu'slve

advised the Okeechobee countyenminiasioners served three In the United War II and operated a flying :held in this section and already these years but sustained bya of all holidays. It was 9
years school. At the plans are going f deep Christian experience, the air also announced this week
that he knows of no States Navy during the war and beginning of the I forward for another that

law which would permit them to Is now connected with his fatherIn War he went to Arcadia where he I sale that, will be held sometime often became a lilting melody. football practice will begin for the ._

pay $10.000 to the Lake Okeecho the cattle business here in Okee- became connected with the Embry- during the winter at which it is After she came to Florida in Okeechobee High School team next '

V bee Commercial Fisheries Association chobee. Riddle Flying School. Later he expected there will be many more 1935 the ever gladsome theme rose Monday afternoon, August 25, and

' to help open up Lake Okee- went to Clew ton with the same I bead offered. gradually to a joyous crescendo.She the coach and school authoritiesurge .'j

chobee to commercial fishing.T concern and was Flight Commander Frank Williamson of this city loved everything about her that all prospective candidates .,.

t W. Conely, Jr., attorney for The Rotary Club at their school until the closeof can-Id four head from his ranch adopted state, and she cherishedher for the team be on hand for the '

the board asked his opinion, stat- thewar.. south of Okeechobee that were sold Okeechobee friends as warmlyas first practice. t

ing tthat the association had requested Heard Diirrance He has made his home in Se- there. those of a life time.

finanical help because the bring for the past year. i Those buying them were: M. C. Though the last year was accented SiNtrWiM.M.st ,

3tr <' livelihood-of many'of the cUlrens Disc.ssSchools ., I Stailsworthk, Vinegar Bend, AUu, throughout with heavy .
of Okeechobee cpunty- Is, affected Ferris'Savs i Lake"' Mrs? \Thelma. : =TCross;. '1lIlUlo ]ee, chords."pf pain, the;majoir theme : _0",
Bunn'ell persisted for she richly 1J. [ik. .iflt
by recent court diclsions closing Club Needs Another Raymond Tucker ,
the lake to commercial fishing. The Rotary held Its regular Fla.. J.S. Miles Jr.,. Plant City. the love and faithfulness of her F

Florida owners of personal prop weekly meeting Tuesday, Aug- Drainage CanalIn Among those from Okeechobee many friends expressed through Sunday Aug:: 24
meeting opened with visits food and flowers. :
erty need not file tax returns un- ust 19. The attending the sale were Mr. and ,
,der oath, according to Attorney the singing of "Amer a." Luncheon a statement to'the press last Mrs. Frank Williamson and Clifford It :was her wish that neither

General J. Tom Watson.C. followed. The members were week Josiah Ferris' vicepresidentand Ii. Boyles. beauty nor money be wasted in The regular monthly meeting of

M. Gay, state comptroller then led in songs "AU Hail to general manager of the United flowers which she could not see, the. Palm Beach county (hinging

'Zi had asked for his opinion on Rotary." When Johnny Comes States Sugary Corporation explained -; More of TheMinor' but friends who have desired to convention will convene Sunday,
whether Marching Home** and "Sing a Songto pay her: a final tribute have established -
an owner of personal the position of the Sugar Company -| August 24, 1947, from 2:30 p. m. _
' T. W. Conley, Jr., memorial fund for the
property file his Rotary, by a re-
must tax return to 5:00 at the auditorium
level m. city
'I''I'h p.
relattive to lowering
f' O. Kent at the Fruits lief of
: under assisted by M. war sufferers a cause to
oath in order for the county
io of Lake Okeechobee. Ferris said: Lake Worth, Florida.,
which she devoted.
was earnestly
I' i commissioners to make equalization -
Guests for the day were then introduced "When the United States Sugar Nondas Parker is survived by The Singing Convention is undenominational -
of the assessment in case it Can Be GrownLarge
and the
I is by various members. Prof. Corporation advocates lowering ofLake her two daughters M.-s. Harry public
The attorney general
excessive. Invited.
Joel Nally introduced two of our Okeechobee that doesn't mean Frish and Mrs. Glen Davis, and
said the law declares that no tax
; The
program will consist of
teachers for the coming school. that we want to drain the lake. one sister, Mrs. IL. L. Briscoe, all only
return needs to be made under attendance at two recent Sacred Music Hymns and GospelSongs
We simply want temporary lower-
f' year. Mr. Covert and Mr. Ray- of this city.
oath. forums to discuss mangos is indi- by the Also
mond Mackes Rev. Eland had as ing so that when September and "We who were granted the loan .
cative of Increasing Interest among various quartets, trios, and solos ,
i always
his guest Miss Janice Eland and October rains come, as they of that kindliness, .
k Florida owners of personal Florida farmers and growers in will be rendered during the after-
property do, thousands of acres of fertile
Ed Scbarfswedt: was guest of his We who were chosen to know that
need not file tax returns under the socalledmInor" fruits. noon. c
f brother Louie. farm lands In the Evergladesarea sweet smile,
;: oath according to Attorney Program chairman for the day, around the lake will not 'be Such interest Is favorable for the We must be thankful the Lord in If you have a group of singers
i General J. Tom Watson. flooded. further development of Florida agriculture who have not been attending the
Bruce McDonald discussed briefly His graciousness.
C. M. Gay, state comptroller "The Cub' Scouts" and the help "We believe a third outlet from for it will result In greater Shared those great treasures withus convention, they are cordially Invited .

:. had asked for his opinion on needed from the various membersof the lake to the ocean is essentialfor diversification and, fortunately.these for awhile. to attend, and let ns know if

whether an owner of personal property The program was turn- proper water control and con crops compete very little with they will participate in special

must file his tax return under Rotary. servation. The third outlet would each other and with the most Im- Card'Of Thanks numbers..
Carl T. Durrance
ed over to -
# oath in order for the county speaker for the day. enable the engineers to lower the portant fruit crop- citrus. Relatives of Mrs. Nondas Parker Come and enjoy"the' afternoon
commissioners to make equalization level beyond the danger point to The mango, avocado, guava.Persian' with us in song.Everyone .
Mr. Durrance talked on the acknowledge with deepest gratitude -
'; of the assessment in case it lime, and other such fruits Is welcome.
life and property In case of emer-
coming school year. He told about the thoughtful remembrancesof -"TM'-
y each has its distinct appeal.
Is excessive.: The attorney general own
the citizens Committee that was gency. friends daring the time of her
said ,the law declares that no tax "A number of navigation Inter- They do not taste alike and they Announcing that'be was "deeply
aappolntod by the governor, to find illness and death.Tallahassee .
l return needs to be made under Someof ests for various communities and .prepared and eaten In different impressed and appreciated the In.
out what the schools needed.
it. oath. ways. terest of those friends''who
cities outside the everglades are urge
(Special) The
the things that they gave as
: if- Under the new milk law, the needs were; Better schools teachers oppoed to lowering the lake level. So it Is good that growers and State Department of Education has me to enter the Governor's race**
ft' state inspection and regulation of I firmly belive this opposition Is farmers are trying to learn more Rep. George Smothers stated that
Salaries Increased. Teachers to approved the Okeechobee county
: milk products does not extend to from lack of proper knowledge. about these fruits, are planting he will no be a candidate for Governor :.
which calls for the
have at least a minimum of four school budget
.: milk produced by state Control them, and are endeavoring to pro- In 1948.
or private would not affect navigation
above. To of $171,588 for the -
years college training or expenditure support
Institutions for their duce good crops. There U room for With Smathers definitely out of
own people, but should It, It must be re- and maintenance of the public
I have better schools more preparation -
according to Attorney General J. membered that the value of one a great deal of expansion in production schools. the race Miamians are starting a '"c
Is the citizens
Tom 'Watsno.In necessary so day's shipment of agricultural of most of these fruits. boom for Judge George E. Holt <
committee said that teachers
1. an opinion requested by Nathan products will exceed the value received Most of the fruits we have men three times member of the legislature '1:

[ig Mayo under whose departmentof should have a few months school from the shipping and navi- tioned are tropical and subtropical 'I er care Is given them. prior to his bench appoint-
period. The extra month for teach- "
but there others which -
are Then there are persimmons ment.
agriculture placed the gation
:was regu- Interests for a whole year"Mrs. .
lation of milk sold to the public, ers could be two''Weeks before may be produced in much larger good, healthful fruit-that< may be Judge Holt has not yet reached '

the attorney general said it was school and two after school closed Arthur Bras And quantities in the temperate sections grown in many sections, and oth- a decision as to'whether or not
for the day thus giving her an of the state. Figs, for fruits that well worth
the intention or the legislature example. Figs er stoall are he win enter the race but Sa reported j.
Ralph Couch Married '
that the InspecUon'and control of eight-hour school day. are grown oa some 'farms, but trying. to be sounding out his _
The Okeechobee school will open In Valdosta Ga. Mon. there _: '.-
milk produclon and distribution are literally hundreds of Orchards of such fruits are valuable chances. -
'. September 2. The teachers who are farms that in
should be confined to milk can grow figs that do to the farmer they
sold to the public in products the here started work Monday., August Announcement was made this not grow them now. Maybe everybody contribute nutritious, heathful food Misses Ann and June Thomley ,

18. Mr. Durrance said the'lored week of the marriage of Mrs. I doesn't Ike figs but nearly to the family larder,. and, if pro of Alabama left Tuesday after

normal channels of trade. This school building was getting under- Arthur Bras and Ralph Couch. The everybody does like them fresh, duced In sufficient quantity, tidy spending several weeks In Okee-

,would not apply, he said to milk way. Their school will start also wedding tooK place In Valdosta, canned preserved, ,or prepared in! cash Income from cales. ehobee visiting at the home of

produced. and distributed by the on Sept. 2. They will nse the three Ga., Monday at 12:30. any way. Hot weather isn't the time for their aunt, Mrs;; M. F. KensauL

various. state Institutions the federal churches and the lodge' building Immediately after the ceremonythe :More pears may be grown profit setting out fruit trees but any -

prison, or private schools and until their school la complete couple returned to Okeechobee ably.. Pears that make excellent farmer who does not have some of Mrs. Douglas Thompson and J|]

; .. enough to use. where they will make their future preserves do quite well in northern these fruits growing on his place children returned to their home

institutions, where the productsare The meeting was then adjourned home.. Florida;and even good eating pears and has land on which he o>u1dplant here' Monday after spending two

consumed' by employees. inmates by the singing- of, "God' Bless. They were drove to the Georgia (eaten raw) may be grown If the them should plan to try them months visiting friends and -relatives

i if' and students. America.** city by Chalk's Taxi Service. proper varieties are nsed,and prop- in the fall and winter at Tampa and Brootasvllie.

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( POCKET S1J on each sale Haw T;;!
President BxlO enlargement In gorgeous hwriSSi
Hayes salts -cells on sight for .S?
for plan. MONOGRAM CTriiL
Bat ZM. De artm at A.F.rst tidy ,

I't'tS Soils Need Air for Phone in HELP, -. WANTED-MEN AGENTS WANTED WOMy

To aen new product of
natioaiH v.i
9r manufacturer needed by irrbuaiLtori
: T Total Crop Growth Sells for $ .oo. your profit SOoroofiSfa
'J' ale. Special raisin SiW 'l
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: churches lodg Write SfS *S1
; Depth of Newt Analyst and Box 14i. Des Bf.U... I.wa._details.
41 f' : ,Increasing this real money making plan. e
t : WASHINGTON.-Recently the
Aeration Boosts Yield
< very flossy television set because MISCELLANEOUSROLL

Stuffy" soils that have little or installed in the White House last DEVELOPED-OrcraltU gaup,
available to the plant 2 High Gloss Prints each Bezatta,
no oxygen man to "see" the installation of the sizes 23c. Re-pnuta. 3e each
rootsthat grow in them just are not FOX STUDIOS BOUafs. ;
However 1 imagine this innovation Dai
t; : able to support high'crop yields.Hardworking among the White House staff that ensued ROLL DEVELOPED-.Overalgbg
plant roots need oxy first telephone instrument was put in. 8 HKGloss Prints. 1 5x7 Enlarg,
to do 'a good job of AH sizes. 25 cents. Re-prints each a,
if are
they ca
,.. gen Rutherford B. Hayes of Ohio the 19th STUDIOS. B.x 113$. BillUi, Ices
tJ'- the and collecting
supporting plant in which the Democrats who already had
II ::: food for the above ground sear writer. send your song to N.
lI;: 1 plant control in the senate as well. IT Famous Orchestras and Siae9riR
1 ;. parts. However the opposition when it< furnish 300 names and addresses, cku sal
It with muck soil N. K. prof lead sheet copies of TOUT sow.
b Working' became the majority made blunder said Evaaa Masie Service. S0S H.fau alit
Ellis Purdue university, and Richard Detroit. Mick
. after blunder. Mr. Hayes continuedhis get
7ch Morris, U. S. soil conservation administration with a quiet if
: found that .when liberal
service, ,
. the perhaps somewhat monotonous dig- *** ***** **
of penetrated *
quantities oxygen kind of high-water mark
\ ,.' nity, until he was succeeded by an- that TO BE EDUCATED Some
4t soil only four inches the yield of redbeelJ other Republican. President Gar- quiz show prises must' have been reached when $7,440
sweet corn onions and Chip- offered on" radio show went to'Mr. y UR
2 field.I 'I amount of money ever a fR

,b. ,. ., doubt if the even tenor of Mr. Albert Fowler of Glen Rock/tN.whom M. Cl Bert Parks 0 L4't'Rll
aJ't' '' Hayes' existence was 'frequently the" here. Both In their seventies, they are teachers. .In
- ".. .. .d' disturbed by the that on,. N. J. *'
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II .,..,;:.:' : '".-> ; telephone bell -
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,t. .' ; i! thing else for day
that matter. little
'CtI ... Very few resi-

rll:. '." ,r' .J, J r :)" dences or placesof Birthday f Atom;

. i business pos-
I'Jil sessed phones of "
lit then. Further- arian Attitude Hit

'.p.e : .......,.....- It, \ more the tele- SAV11
. ,.j. phone was, by no -
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(I'. It may pay .to go deeper. than. 0 means acceptedas \ : ** *** *** *!
rd.1i this plow is set. >0. ., a means of protests to come from the state department
a communicationBaukbage Tolled since American planes

0e pewa potatoes was small. When the for Presidents or ,-Japan, the bells were shot down over Yugoslavia a
' soils were "ventilated" to 18 inches their entouragesin People of the city stood year:.ago. the note marked the first DOSS I Kncwm. {

I. : the yields increased as much as JO those days. In any case, the in, prayer for a moment, 'official unpleasantry to be delivered ..
B. fold. When the depth of aerationwas Vhite House managed to limp along : nl on about the business by the United States to the puppet Jbtr

rt increased to 36 inches the yieldof nn one phone until the end of President Hungarian regime.
.11 .. some of the crops was increased.The Cleveland's administration.By the second anniversary of The incident grew out of the ar- U AY _
,.. JfCj' yield of carrots went from 3 the time President McKinley ., consuming flash of the rest of Stephen T. Thuransky. an

t to 33 tons per acre when the depthof entered the White House, all government first atomic bomb. American citizen for his alleged
'et'a aeration was Increased from 4 to officeshad phones and which saw 92,000 of its "revolting and scandalizing vilifications -
18 Inches. Sweet com yield wept immolated in tlypt uncon- in a '
II ': they'were :accepted as every-day : public" of Hungary's presi- 1
re from 3 to 4.75 tons; onions from 45 necessities, but they were not an outburst of energy in 1945. dent and other government mem-

rtdr to 275 50-pound bags; red beets important element in the handlingof the one place on earth bers. Thuransky, his wife and two
from 3.75 to 13.5 tons and potatoes bomb could be
'fit lJ' White House business. \ thought daughters later were taken into cus-
:: from about 12 to 253 bushels per When 'Teddy Roosevelt came in, reality. Everywhere else tody by'U. S. legation officials and
acre. despite his strenuous activities and a nightmarish Damoclean removed to Vienna.In .
ro4Ea. Oxygen in the soil for the use pf what was considered then a somewhat in Hiroshima the people the protest note the state department -
Ea.nI' the plant roots is the logical reason revolutionary outlook he it a sort of fantastic pointed out that the arrest -

.RIIp....::': for the difference in crop yields. made very little use of the tele- adulation. of an American citizen on pure-
Adequate plant food was availableon phone himself. tolled bells, and they ly political charges is "absolutely
as' all the plots. Rainfall during the Then along came Franklin Roose- the building of a modern inadmissible" under the armistice

RJ.of season was sufficient to eliminate velt and the New Deal a part of a peace memorial at the agreement which prevails in Hungary -

,..it water as a limiting crop production which was a five-position branch which the bomb had been Also, officials of the Hungarian -
rd ;: factor on the muck: soils.KrJ.OWYOURBREED. exchange with more than 200 official ministry of the interior were

','If.q.tt._ extensions and 20 outside trunk points across the globe accused of being "uncooperative in Htm$6r Striker Doesn't*the, ,_
- e;' connections to handle' the calls. age was living up to its the'extreme and'fa 'some cases. inadmissibly food he's getting and mates no secretof
t"f ""White House calling" became ''a by wringing fear- insolent." it. If only his mistress yonld dish

: Blue-Game ChickensA by-word. and predictions up Oro-Pup Rfobmt Crisp. Toasted.
-. Then also came the first woman who are- supposed to know VIVA: Made with 23 essential nutrients.Economical. -'

. telephone operator and probably ToreadorOrson too. One; box supplies M
lqp tradition that has been re- the most efficient of either sex that ". M. Hutchins. chancellor of much food in dry weight as five I-lfc.
rat .- corded by the historians of Dela the White House ever had or will ; Chicago said that two Welles the man who didn't cant of dog food Oro-Pup also comes

R.t.aL, ware, is'tharduring'the early daysof have in many a day. Louise Hach. his which now could be come from Mars, has found him- irilfeol and in Pel-Ztts.Peedsl three.
the Revolutionary war the men : meister-"Hackie"-is probably favorably would make the Unit- self to put it politely on the hornsof
of Capt. Jonathan Caldwell's com- known to 'more famous he uninhabitable if exploded a dilemma. YI

pany took with them game chickens users of the, telephone. than any I He made it a com The self-designated genius was = I i I Dogs qg t
:: noted far'their'' fighting ability. other operator in history. Her genIus gets by adding "We quoted ,recently as saying he had I
These chickens were said to be of in being able to locate people some other country will killed 20 bulls, and immediately he GROWS
anywhere in the world has been the the atomic bomb within five was challenged by another actor, I/
l- subject of many a story. Louis We know that when that Fortunio Bonanova to enter the Riii ;_ .......

Howe, who introduced her to the ever we are all set for the final bull-fighting ring at Tijuana.' Mexico -
- President while she was working at ." and perform for the benefit of p
art friends of Roosevelt headquarters, be constructive moment. Dr. charity.
n ..... '
called her "the world's greatest Oppenheimer atom pio Said the Spanish-born Bonanovain -- -

:t ;, telephone detective" because. he was said that usable electrical an open letter to Welles, "Killing
Ih'IWI derived from atomic en- 20 bulls is a lot of killing* neglecting -
be available by 1952. to add that it is also a lot of

'I' Russian knew that the Unit- bulls. ,
) Enigma was stressing development "So let us do a corrida (series of .: -,
nl l
of the atomic bomb fights) this season in Tijuana for Leaf i
' Boris Krelov has gone home. He and a stockpile for utter de- the motion picture relief fund. I 40i A.daMa
b' was a member of the staff of Tass And everybody knew that am' sure the impresario would giveus JUST A i iirunrirj
'u.,.. (official Soviet news agency), stationed was laboring furiously to- 'a Sunday afternoon. What do Dash IN tEAiMERS.. tOaYCNrARtatr

for some three years. in iu same ends.. you'say to two bulls apiece OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS
Washington up of Hiroshima did well Admission: Shady side $2; sun.
So far as I have been able to ---
---" ---'-' '- ----r--- side. $1.ALEUTIANS.
Iibt0 : bells two years after they ny
the brood'of a famous blue-hen. The learn his American contacts, which bomb. It brought to mind
were many, both official and personal -
IliR company soon received the sobri- poetic question: :
made not single ideological IF YOU WERE A WAVE,
BI quet "Blue Hen's Chickens" and the bells herald a wed Bases RetainedThe
hod Impact upon him or his way of WAC MARINE SPAR
the state of Delaware in'1939 adopted a funeral or
,"oftrl.t the Blue Hen's Chicken: as the th/nking. He upheld the Russian I Aleutian islands, that long
,> state bird. cause; he talked more freely than : cold,chain of fog-bound rocks which
the The photograph shows a blue fowl most Russians in semi-official 'or started many an American G.L Find out what

to loa t resulting from a cross of Black official capacity do but (also so far talking to himself during the war,
rid Sumatra cock and Blue-Splashed as I can learn) he never offeredthe If States, visibly irked is being integrated into the patternof Nursing -
Ion White hen as developed by the slightest compromise of view- actions of the new Com- the North American defense sys
totk point: argument who Hungarian offers VBBedneatloaleadiagtoR.lt.
'_at USDA.. never accepted any government tem.General you!
, _ or explanation of democratic is its diplomatic rage in a of the Army Dwight s
(American-style) methods of into note which' accused Hun Eisenhower has revealed that the.

;} thought or action. "inadmissibly insolent" con framework of strategic bases in the -- .

::004IFIc I Trough and Bath Pen I And yet and here Is the American diplomats Aleutians is'being kept intact for ..-moro opportaakie ererr year U .

I,0' thing that baffled most of us- country. rapid expansion if'necessary.After ....pilW,poltll bealth,etc.yoor -

,:!tilt This drinking trough has an overflow he was well-liked, he was good cause for U. S. anger was having paid a visit to thecontinent's -- allowance alder 1M Co L Bill
OA pipe to carry water to the company, and If we could have and beating in Budapest northernmost line of de of Rights oAea'coi yoor cabin =
IidB' larger trough. The arrangement found the tiniest peg on which citizen and the sub- fense. General Eisenhower said that -.niq--.

I eliminates the need'for-float valve. to hang an Idea, be would have of unsatisfactory explanation the islands were not being abandoned -ak for state bxJbrmatiaaM ,

4)tas CI inspired as to write about Russia ",; offered by Hungarian but were undergoing a "con- the hospital .where JOB .'
'"with a heart" as a Russian traction and concentration of military would like to ease maniac.WNU .
woman Interpreter is rePOrted all the most harshly worded 'potential. _

7- L to have begged of Sam -- -
1 J
Wells, Time's correspondent
in Moscow.We 75 MILLION ACRES -14Kidneys

wonder about Boris. We

t 'Unique drinking tough and bath would have liked so much to sit Must

pen; courtesy James F. Lincoln, down and talk frankly and freely U.S. Boosts 1948 Wheat Goal

,foundation.The with him about the common problems Work Well-
and the still more common
x pipe also serves as a part of misunderstandings between our WASHINGTON. Fourth largest plowing up sod-lands not suited for .Estimating on the basis of a 10- For You To Feel WeD

the fence' The water in the larger countries. Was he able to appear so wheat acreage 'the farmers of this sustained farming order to take year average yield figure of 14.3 14 fcocrt every day. T days; *r
I and, lower, trough If carried away genial and friendly and charming nation have ever planted may be advantage of high wheat Price ; bushels an acre the crop In 1948 **at ek.*MTW fracas ,to bloo*Id&ay. *tlttaY -

';' byj an,'overflow pipe. because he held such high rank at I realized >in 1948 if the departmentof However, an even more important would'be 1.07 bifflon'bushels, but If If IIIOn peop&ware aware of low 555ttda.ya

nome that he wasn't afraid to consort agriculture's revised goal of 75 factor' in determining the na the outturn follows the 1942-48 aver- ptas did moat.UCMH eoutaauy acids sad revs other-mA ask _
t: Turkeys for as far as personal matters million acres is met next year. tion's wheat acreage in 1948 will be age of '1L3( bushels an acre, production mutts teat caaa.t atar fa ifca.fcioftdvitfcoift
.Treating went. as a trusting friend? That mark is a five million-acre the lure of the two doHar-a-bushet would reach 1.221 billion be better iajary oiUtentaarfi&c to iealta. thaw ci "*r f#*&**.

Blackhead Recommended I Was he so deeply indoctrinatedIn Increase from the, pattern, recommended market price. Department authori- bushels. wh.l.Rai m Ja 1IPMC who Idda.T!fait
'Al'Uttle7tterri'on 'a'large subject i: the ideology of Marxism-Lenin- last' year and a seven ties admitted that high market In the wake of this year's bumper to Boning.aaetfaw eaty propiriy.or too_fnqncat vOamoa -
appeared',',ret nUi In' the official Ism-Stalinism that he was filled million-acre, boost over the wheat prices will do more to dictate the crop a much smaller 1948 nom varaa that aoawtiii&*
with pity rather than the before the amount of wheat planted than could wheat la:wroa*,Y_ay aoffcr aacgfei*6*** _,
t 'publication of the:American Veter.Jnar1" typical goal set last spring corn yield normally ..would be Indicated ack*. feaadaeirt* di i -r *******
suspicion which seems to outlook took its gloomy east. any arbitrarily assigned govern ; pafaa. ditaY ;
Medical association.' permeate on however,, the world food a utt 8p at sinkts :
most Russian-American relations and international ment goal. shortage Wfcy sot toy I>e '* p .f-Yw wIt
? Continued unremitting
makes it
'jjUsobutylpbenoxyethyldimethylbenzyUmmonium desirable according to de. ba Mac mxHgtn teamfim44 tile : *
chloride It seems, One slight clue we have, though it demand for food' grains influenced The department said the '5 mil partment spokesmen, that muter o -.D.es'.tisatst.'ti*fua.* -
- leading may be a false one. Once at a the agrlculture.department lion-acre goal if .achieved.'would United the ties of U* l&Ucra and kelp these ** '
rff has been recommended b7 States continue its high rate fink wrnrta *r** ,:j
authorities as a' "pre- rather intimate, gathering Krelovs into making'the upward;revision. provide the fourth largest wheat of production.. The United Wood.They eoaiaia k tat fcanafei. :,',
veterinary Nations
; vDtivtt'of naWraUiocCerttnC entcrefccpatiti hostess finally grew ,a little impatient While official admitted'-that the acreage 'the farmers in the United has warned that the world=food situation -.AI Cat all ZAH dnac i'a_today._ Caa_ with. 'eanMaBO
of poults.*.'.'EnterOh.petMI& and said something like this: increased acreage constitutes an'in States, have eve; planted.. Higher has not improved in the past : ,

"_i disease more'commODo "Listen here Boris, 'we're'friends vitation to farmers;,to plant heavily plantings"occurred in UlI9.I937 and. year, and predicts shortage. wfl
',w. 1I8OWD*as "blackhead." .t':r Surely ,700 can, be frank' with us ?a, wheat, they cautioned against I 1938.' continue another two rears DOANSPULSIII

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FROM the_time she was ,thirteen uation. He saw Rills standing not I first time in her life, the belle of the Deadlock Over Korea 3a3a

Mabry had been ashamedof quite straight because she didn't ball. Toward the end of the eve-

her appearance. It was then that feel quite as tall that way in a ning Durant had the satisfaction of 1 MAJ. GEN. ARCHER L. LEECH military governor of j ,

she started shooting up higher than badly fitted dress and her hair not seeing Shane Tennant dancing at-' ea;gave an off-the-record talk to reserve officers recently i,
the other girls. She was awkwardas quite smooth-and he saw Shane tention. Shane Tennant whom Rilla
expressing,great pessimism regarding TJ. S. relations
well as tall and she was too thin. perfectly groomed-for Morrivffle had looked at with longing eyeS-: with
Russia in Korea. Latest efforts to with Rus-
By the time she was twenty she self-confident good looking. And and who had paid no attention* to sia get together Ie Iei.
was fully convinced that her appearance then Pat came to ask Rills to What, Lerch said, may as well be written off as failure.
her.Durant caused the deadlock was recognition of political parties since Russia
was really something terrible dance. went back to his home in
AU of the other girls seemed On the second day of his visit 'New York. And forgot all about the would General not recognize any Korean parties not controlled by Communists.

little and cute and attractive. No Durant made his remarkable statement whole thing.. And years assed. And Lerch also revealed: i

matter what Rilla wore }t seemed .He declared, to anyone who the sequel happened just the other (1) Russia's agrarian reforms in'northern Korea have back n' \akJ

wrong. There was too much of her would listen to him, that Rilla Ma- fired. Northern native farmers, oppressed by a 50 per cent tax .

to wear tailored clothes. And thin bry was by far and away the best day.Durant. was lunching alone at a on produce and strict control under the "cooperative" system are

dresses hung around her In folds. looking girl in town. One of the"best restaurant, when an .attractive: tall drifting south across the 38th parallel.

AD of the boys and girls in the looking. girls he'd ever seen. woman 'past her first youth came (2) Border incidents have been reduced along the Rossian- Ltb

crowd liked Rilla. She was a fine.girl Rilla had never had a complIment : up 'to'him.You American line. However two Russian soldiers, prowling for rice

-if you could for- about' her looks before. She don't remember me" she below the,border, were shot and killed by Korean police.

get the way she bad always been shy, self-conscious aid. (3) Only 53 Japs are left in southern Korea-all hospital cases. J L 1 \i

This looked. Even her I, (4) .Russia which controls the industrial half of the country Ile
hair is permitting a smooth flow of electricity Into the American zone
was -
wrongWeek'z without interference. ?321a {
I sort of stringy-but
she had a pleasant General Lerch said he was not worried about too many Koreans becoming III

Best and rather attractive converted to communism. "Koreans," he said, "could never be
face. regimented into communism. I am sure."

F1ta.OD In spite of her *

looks Rilla had a ;
boy friend. He was i I y

Patrick Redding and his father kepta t :

great grocery catch-but- store then Pat wasn't you really any Oddities in the Big BurgRadio ,

couldn't expect Rilla, with her -
City has three employees abolished in Manhattan
looks to do ,any .better.,Folks felt whose duties
consist of
picking up before the Revolutionary war
that Rilla ought to be well satisfied.
ciggie butts all day. In the year exploded. It's well known that
Pat was a nice looking boy and he
2015 Rockefeller
Center's maze of New York once was called New.Am- nI
S certainly wasn't to be sneezed at.
skyscraper buildings will becomethe sterdam. But for a few, years it
Rlfla didn't sneeze at Pat. She
property of Columbia university also had another monicker: New
was grateful to him for nice
being without cost. Orange. Scientists claim the.
to her. She was as Jolly and' as land Manhattan "THESE smart motifs are a must
that makes up lower
friendly as she could be. Asa mat- How Times Change: At the is probably the oldest known in the trousseau', of the bride- 1A

ter of fact she liked Pat a lot. He turn of the century a shave and part of the earth's surface. to-be. They're as decorative

was fun to be with. She'd have been haircut in the Big Burg cost two- they are useful. Three,'different

perfectly satisfied except for the bits. Tipping was taboo. Many of the jewels in the door of designs. .
fact that she was in love with Shane The reason some of the old the tabernacle at the lime Church
Tennant. Which did her a lot of brownstones have blue windows Around the Corner art stones from h. Colorful. practical easy to d.1. Pattern
: 1321 has transfer of 14 motifs 2 by 2Q
good-for Shane was the catch of At one time it was believed that rings of women married there i Hi by 10/ inches.

the town. Shane's father was a sunlight streaming through blue Madden lane Rots itt name because Our improved pattern-visual with
banker-and rich. His mother Dutch maidens one washed their' easy-to-se charts and photos, and c mlete Itr
glass was healthful.
very clothes in brook there. ? directions-makes needlework easy.
the social leader of.the town. Shane
"Ie "Ie "Ie "Ie Due to an unusually large demand and
was tall-much taller than Rilla- .I current conditions, slightly more time is
and, handsome, besides. WALTER SHEAD most required popular in ailing pattern orders numbers.for a few of the

Pat went Into the grocery with
That night, for the first time in her uneventful life Rills Mabry I t
his father. Shane went into the
Sewing Circle Needleeraft Dept
was belle of the ball. Doom to Veterans' Loans IB. 1?
bank. That's the way sons do in SC4 W. Randolph St. Chicago 8.
Enclose 20 cents for
small towns unless they have definite -
and often miserable about her ap- Durant didn't remember her. '
ideals about law or one of the ONE of the main reasons why veterans are failing to obtain loans under
other professions. Ellis didn't do pearance. And here, the first authority "I'm Rilla Tennant-I was Rilla I C.I. Bill of Rights is the fact that the 80th congress has clippedthe Name .
on beauty who had ever
anything. Her folks had Just enough Mabry when you knew me. You power of Reconstruction Finance corporation to purchase these mortgages Address
been in town, acclaimed her as the
money' so she didn't have to work., came to my home town andandsort from banks. The 79th congress, which passed the G.L bill gave
She went to parties with Patrick prize. of made my life over. Remember RFC authority to purchase mortgages on homes where the loans had been

and admired Sane from a dis- When Durant. himself, told her Iowt" guaranteed by Veterans' administration under terms of the G.L bill The Frenchman Came Upon

tance. The town folks felt that she what he thought of her she was "Of course I do," said Durant. "I authority-under'which the RFC purchased these mortgages expired June Accident

would marry Pat that he'd take filled with confusion. She managedto remember very weH. 30. When the new law was passed by this congress extending the RFC Radioactivity by

stammer her thanks. And later, for another and slashing its loan authority from something like 18
over his father's grocery store and "You did a wonderful job! said year
that they'd settle down. very shyly, she went up to him. Rilla. There was a curious note in billion dollars to two billion dollars, congress not only swept away the Benjamin Constant the French 'M.

That might have happened if it "I do wish you'd tell me bow I her voice he didn't understand. only sO l'ce'of, small business and small industrial loans but refused to Republican of the late 18th cen-

hadn't been for Leslie Durant. Leslie can look better" she said. "You married the boy you were give'RFC authority- to purchase G.L home, business and farm mortgage tury,down once fought in chair.a duel while Constant sitting .

Durant was-and still is-a well "I'm not suited* for the task of in love with I see. His name was loans. could not stand a because he had
known illustrator. And he came to lily-gilding." he told her, "but may Tennant wasn't it?" Banks throughout the country, therefore have no outlet for
the he duel
Morrlville to visit an aunt. And got be if we gob together-" -disposal of these loans and must hold them in their own portfolios, gout-so fought a
"Why, yes, said Rilla. "But how the de with both
taken to all of the parties. ,of They got together the next morn- and from all over the country veterans are finding it almost impossible Marquis Forbing
did you remember the name? And of them in chairs.
seated In the
course. The social lion of the sea ing. Durant came to Rilla's house | teobtain home loans no matter how well they are armed ,
how did you know I was, in love, end, the only damage done was to ,' e
Rilla's with letters of : +
son. He stayed in town three days- and with mother acting as with him?" ; ,eligibility t o
of the chairs.
but that was long enough for a lot helper, they did things to Rilla and : SenT John Sparkman of Alabama introduced a bill in the last minute one
to happen.He Rilla's clothes. Durant made her "I'm good at names. And I saw rush of congress seeking to extend this' authority of the RFC. '
saw Rilla Mabry Rilla was stand up straight And rearrangedher you looking at him. Simplicity itself ,
I And to think that' I was the *
standing near the door-and she hair. And told her what was FASTER"SAIOOTyR!
was looking at Shane Tennant., She wrong with the clothes she wore. cause!" He preened a little. H. I. PHILLIPS V T

never knew how much her face That night there was a dance for "Yes you were" said Rilla. "It 1q 4

showed what she was thinking Durant his last'evening in town. was very funny, now when you
about No one else noticed' -but And as he' had thought when he look back on it. There I was going Treasure Hunt of Long AgoWilliam 1 u.. unit rues B198s

Durant. being.,* new.. ,took, in, the sit- started things Rilla was. for the with Pat Redding and in love with -
Shane. And terribly ill at ease and O'Keefe, who used to bea VANISHING AMERICANISMS"House
awkward. And you came down and reporter back home wants to to Let. $20 a Month Wit! [SINGLE OR DOt/EtE WGE lOa

said I was a beauty-so automati- know if we ever heard of a morning Heat .

0 cally I became a beauty. And the paper publisher many years ago -
boys all rushed me. And I married who moved a half-ton safe one day "Everybody it entitled to summer
Shane." to get at a nickel beneath it and vacation, and it Joswllosl much.All ." Skin "itches'and
"Wonderful!" said Durant. And explained, after a severe injury to t

he beamed. "How are you getting his back. wouldn't have moved it You Can Eat for $1.2'e ." irritations !
._ I it dime.'
only thought was a :' _
,. along now?! he asked, as an after ofsummerTo

S.I.N.a I.Ned ...... thought. And he tells the- -one of the fellow "Mommer, may I bring couple of be ready with,quick relief I II
"That's the catch." said Rilla. friends home to dinner keep handy a jar of soothing
another drink
3Sign af a t 3 S 6 7 S 9 10 It "You shouldn't have asked. who, urged 'to take 1 world-famed Resinol Ointment.
future eventS by a friend'pretty well under the Uae freely,see how the medication I
Numeral u 3 "Shane and I married-and didn't weather refused. "Oh, come on," "Corn Crop Much 'lmprovecL"Deadlb eases itchy irritation. of ivy

8 Cry of sorrow get along any too well Though I, the friend argued. "11 anybody e.. poison! mosquito bites, sunburn
It Female horse was awfully happy in the beginning.The notices anything, I'll say It's my -*- chafing For added comfort
13 Night before l6 7 16 Tennants lost all of their breath." "Perhaps," was the answer "Listening in on the radio I would bathe with mild Resinol Soap.

an event money in the depression-and my "but suppose they also ask, think it was the best ever" says Gd both today from say dcs t

15 14 To Devoured remove 19 20 21 22 23 family had its money in the Ten- 'Is that your stagger, J. J. W. IESINQLSPEEDEDUP u sOAP
18 Gibe nant bank by that time, so our .
--- '-" ----
.4 Iranian 24 23 26 27 money went too. Then Shane fell in -
Ambassador love with a chorus girL I got a divorce PAUL MALLON COMFORTfor

to the U. S. of course. I've been teachingin
29 Q 31
19 Note of scale a girl's school for the past three Weakness of Russia so-called C
20 Mimic Military t
23 City ofChaldea "That's too bad!" said Durant M1 UCH has been made of the superior size of the Russian army.

37 and began to feel inflated. "But Our military men frequently mentioned this recently to get their .Backache am MaU,lee?go pain ao msehqizick.e,broke atop,paUfai par S

24 To contradict 3 maybe that was better than marry appropriations through congress. But little or nothing has been reportedof to Foley (th*MW kida.y Madder im.-'t.c y C

26 Twelve dozen fag that other boy whom you didn'tlove the critical military weaknesses of Russia. She may be an isolated IRRI.pTATIO kidney.That';Ui.nAllAYBLU th.eaoa of no*>-
Wrath 38 4029To ." economic and political power existing behind an iron curtain, but from INUU.aebca urges..a lAmeai ntirttf tm.ttd I

I hasten "Maybe" said Rilla. "You can the military standpoint she is wide open from the air on three sides and *.ooOu* y Uaddtr, 89 {a or.weII.Qsi ku*atunoiaM. ioncer-taatiac kidney aettos.icfiet.
3OTo be sick 4 46 extremely vulnerable in oIL Do tkia: w Flay (th. ww ludMr-Uaddw)
32 Place of never telL Love goes Patrick Pins;tbr aiao haft fartct aodatrra-lik*sours t
barter Redding took over his father's grocery The custom is to regard Russia as unconquerable because of en bladder. At your dragfiat. Uoi*.yoa Sad
33Nave"of 7 49 50 St store-and married the cutest her vast spaces. Hitler's military J mistake was in attempting to UME MONEY far eon BACK.Memory.DOCBLE VOUB

a wheel girl in town. They have three children devour more than he could chew. No one seems to think of Bns .
3t Plumlike fruit S2. u and are very happy. And oh sia's far vaster outer circumference of defense which is really. a

33 beverage Malt yes he developed an ambitious too extensive to be defensible.' I. 7 # ?

36 Mire S6 streak and started a chain of grocery But these considerations run beyond current military realities The "
Former Chief $3 I7 stores. Now he's the richest Russia which has become so aggressive in.the world of politics does not III Rtf I! snits 111 Pius tr e

Justice i and most important man in town." comprise eight million square miles, but the few square miles occupied.by RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

38 Neat its few thousand political leaders chiefly in a few large cities (say Moscow
40 Bearing ho.t7 and Leningrad). et

41 Pronoun Alchemists Knew, Zinc Russia could be effectively isolated in war from the rest of the world MCNEILS

4434 CoZ1junction 9 Meadow 42 Comfort 50 FIsh eggs "Nix Alba" was the without much difficulty. On the other hand the atomic missile and riat
name by
43Typeth 10 Reference 44 Wise man 51 To avail which zinc other bombing rocket threats against her are somewhat dulled by her MAGIC
etical oxide now widely usedas
11 To burn U Pertaining to' oneself of far ung distribution of industry: (except oil).
force 161ncentivei hearing 53 Symbol for a paint pigment, was known to REMEDY
4T Cereal crass 1'1 Infrequent 48 Piece of office cerium skilled alchemists who also called For our part defense against use of such missiles is our most BRINGS BLESSED Jt 8p1

49 Commercial 20: To aid ,,' furniture ,54 Man' it "philosophers' wooL" It was first \"Italnecessa1'7 concern. We are protected everywhere except in *
dealings Toward' 48 God of war nickname suggested for use in paint by the the air: We are protected in every way excepting from atomic Lars a B unut.tti2M: in MM salt*U-S u +u8 fcte*Me
. 01 Shoshoneau 25 Heron French chemist Guidon de Mor- possibilities and missOes la these baskets most of oar eggs may If 1CtIt
! mdi an au CUIIIH STIIU a If ua p.test4t II JIkt
52 Origin and :z8 Projecting ....ew N hn1. N.atbe. H veau. in the late 18th century now be put. We must think of atomic defense net offense. We -'im tin ct. ia.. mmimtt *helm !
. development arm of aJ Early in the 19th century, the pIg- must concentrate on air and missile, protection flfoe.

J cf the mind' i crane B I D S A Q A M I S T ment became commercially avail- .

Withered 28: Dra'tFinaroom ODE o i A R ODOR' able, and at about that time a WRIGHT PATTERSON GIRLS! -III,

: 58 Snakelike,&h 29 Longhalice-han died r o e PAR French naval vessel was painted WOMEN..- -! i! 1'JK
n Pack of cards trou&hUke BLISS T o s BCI with zinc oxide paint, Today zinc try thl* If you're
f DEE ROVA oxide Stolen Fruits Are Sweetest
Vertical bas is produced by two processes .
APT A S 1 a i a rTHE -
j Confederate the American
31 and the French. ne NERVOUSe
J 1 Persian poet ceneral R o s E w B I s I R American process produces th. oxide DURING boyhood days in Iowa I boriy, argument has been over the

Motherly 33To embrace ELATE TEE A A T direct from zinc ore, while in that it was wickedto question: "Whose'melon are thosein Mb-

3 Before 34 Let It stand 3 B Y I POI Y the French process it is produced stealthily appropriate the other mr back yard?" To settle it, I m femsls monOUy

4 Compass 36 Mermald Gaiety P o w R O I ? by vaporization and oxidation of fellow's watermelons.. Later, for ate-the melons. make rtmettoBAl you feel UOTOU,lrrii atstnrbances W-.
lit S1 S 1 Y P E R A T E L O O .0 weak ...
Maxim AltiAdal metalffc zinc In an open fire more than half a century I was and tired oat at eocb ttt&Mf
o E s E Tben do try Lydia X. PIn hsm'. YsE.-
IS Always language place' and collection of the oxidein sever tempted. Now. living In a 'tabl* Gcx&pbu&d to J'ellen such .,mp-
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I CoUoqulal: 41 Leaps aD one 'sel..141 bulk of the zinc oxide pigment now vine in my own back yard- war across the North Pole. 'we 1 jboii4 liars -tip Flntham'a rrairtinc .Ooaapeuad r.hn| .. F:

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if--' .- \ (huduhtE fU5 On the theory that "fresh water PROFIT STIMULATES oIIIIIIIiIIiJIllIIIIiWIr.iIt.,af'iii'x7SfUlifnllltiflpllhUfilntRlnnnlH4CLASSIFIED!
} game fish in Florida constitutesthe PROGRESSIt
\: :' greatest natural resource of ADS MILITRIIJ
: Is frequently
argued that retail -
; .-. 2 Published every Friday by the
Florida Wildlife Federation -
:: '. Okeechobee New Co.. at Okeechobe, Florida, the cooperatives are one of the 1lmN WnwI..ILI.{ :' ,"lit/ _Iii!.'',II!"mrJnolllll'UltltHlII' t\.Ot'\OA
: record with
i on
< Okeechobee County Florida. gone possible answers to the high cost

( I BRYANT BOWDEN ...........EditorSUBSCRIPTION both federation feet condemning calls "the action what of Attorney the- of living problem on the theory FOR RENT Unfurnished apart- '

that this method, of celling goods ments. Lights and water. Price ST. PETERSBURG a FLORI$
General Tom Watson as A
.f2 'a cost" can make possible .lower ; ,,
:! aligning himself against conservation $5.00 per week. MRS. JOIlXRAULERSOX
RATES prices to the consumer. i Florida's only Resident Military;
,-.. One Year in dunce .........$3.00 of fresh water fish for the. The trouble with South Okeechobee. Junior
the with
; theory Is Academy R.O.T.C.
p, Six Months in advance ... ..... 1.50 of Florida." Unit'
Three Months in advance ...... 1.00 people that co-ops have been in businessa
that the Game andFresh
great many years, and have not
V Water Fish Commission has shown that they can adequately W..iXTEDLaundry work, washing ee 54 Southern Association of Collegia]
v.: Entered tecond class matter July Jurisdiction over the
as exclusive and Secondary Schoolsand
the .
serve vast majority of
,: 1. 1914. at the Post Office in Okee- manner and method of taking and and ironing. Se, Mrs. Ira t '
Co-ops escape various taxes .
ehobee Florida, under Act of March conserving fresh water fish, the which Lanier, East Okeechobee. .b Association of Military Colleges
must be
1879. paid by other retailers .
,,:...'' 8. resolution referred \o a legal action both chain and Independent. and Schools of the United Statttjj

f "now pending In aisles County But this la an artificial cost -
; With the school days fait ape in which two commercial whole advanage, and believe that Highest Government Ratln s :.
. = motorist orred to sale fresh water fish dealers and many 16 ft. x 43 ft. Novelty siding, 16
4 'proaebinr art the co-ops, as a result are Indirect '
other similarly situated are de window, 2 doors, screens, nice An Accredited
be more careful and to carefully 1) subsidized by. all the taxpayers.Most .
i fendants." floor and roof. Delivered to your Unlvenlty Preparatory Schools;
; all rules and regulations : of the co-ops are'In rural
lot In 16 ft. sections, easy to S
"Instead of joining in and cooperating areas, where rents land-taxes and I Limited Enrollment ,
of our .wf ;
pertaining to the safety with the Game and Fresh erect 5350. 16 ft. x 16 ft. only _
are lower than in cities.
children as well as our selves. wages $250. We will also quote priceson I ( i L i
t but I do not Water Fish Commission, theFederatlon's They thus do not have to face the .. i K + Separate Junior Department
I can a car erecting on your lot. We will
resolution states, -"the
j .. own one but think some time In problem of serving consumers who also quote delivered price on e Information Address
General of Florida has
Attorney want to do their Chopping in :
J December with all those free tIck- con- 20 ft. x 100 ft. Terms cash with
with through two of his assistants, interceded venient, high-rent locations, and Col. Walter B. Mendels. Presided!
etc which I have been order. Prompt delivery. National '
in said cause, making the demand high standards of service. i' Florida Military Academy,
all those purchases of merchandise Sales, 1718 Watrous Ave. P. O. i a
I State Board of Conservation, whichis Most of the ,
furthermore St. ,
co-ops ,
Petersburg FloridaFlorida's
y 'I will be running a tight race Box 1391, Tampa, Fla.
salt water fish organizationand
: all of you. Competition I particular a serve a specific membership group ,
without rights to Interfere with a limited list of
( / don't care for it but from the commodities. Leading Military AcademyvEstablished
with the methods by which fresh Again, they do not have to face the
cost of living we all are
.higher The Lord will guide IflOil
water fish be taken, your way.
may a party of
: selling to all
i : comers
i ; aware, of maybe I am doing fine ,
;; i anyway. defendant, and has in such manner and having to be prepared to satIsfy Go to church Sunday.

3"" aligned himself against conservation all kind of whims and tastes.

#, Are you planning on going fishing of fresh :water fish for the Of great importance, co-ops usu -4

i I ? Well I have given' a lot of people of Florida." ally deal in staples-and not in -- .....

{ : thought about going but I never "Therefore. the resolution concluded items which are affected by style

had any luck as of today. Bass "such action by the Attor and seasonal factors. Loss and depreciation

b{. I fishing te really a swell sport, if ney General is hereby condemned. in these items are high CAA ApprovedSchool

,. i you should have the right bait, fish ." and must be reflected in the selling ;

r at the right place, and right time Condemning the Attorney General price. z
I should have taken the old .
.\ Maybe '
and all that stuff
comes un The competitive retail system,
i i philosopher perdlction, of knowing der the head of "point of view."' with merchants earning a modest .]
how to read the moon and stars
TIFF does not concur with the profit and giving people what they
:0. 1 be born with rabbit's foot.
Ii or a Wildlife Federattion because thi want is the backbone of our coneumer -

i t Scientists have been trying to publication definitely believes the economy. No other system WE ARE PREPARING TO OPEN A NEW FULLY RATED .GI AND
f come to some conclusion concerning -
fresh water commercial fishermenon has shown an ability to supplant \ 1
: red tide which has been +
I the Lake Okeechobee 'can go a long it. It all business>were conducted '
: destroying those poor little fish. It CIVILIAN FLYING SCHOOL! AT CONNERS
way in perpetuating the sporto t on the "non-profit" basis as ar
could Jbe that it's those flying I
cups bass fishing in those waters. We the co-ops, there would be precious
: : and their coffeeinto CHOBEE. '
saucers spilling
j' believe with their own program o f little ogress in the country. / -
the sea. conservation (the finest we have
t I 1
i 0' Well hunting days are soon to ever :seen offered in this country) 1
be here, and not a good bird dog and a two-year scientific study o f

f in eight. Can someone tell me fishing in the lake, they can do The courses are Primary, Commercial, Flight Instructors/Instrument and

I. i, i,} where to find a good dog. Perhaps much toward improving bass fish '1

: 1 all the good dogs have become ing in Okeechobee., S Multi-Engine Ratings. S
; '
t tired of working so hard the last There is one thing certain. The n

Y t I few years, when ,all of that precious commercial nets do more toward

f gas was rationed and we eradicating the predatory fish -

f J couldn't, buy shells.It gar, shad, catfish and bream-: than Applications for training, courses are now being taken. The contractorswill
I : has been ,predicted that the the State Game and Fresh Water .

r { t average working man will become Fish department is likely to ever hav'c
t ; more lazy within the next five do. iMfr+ the new Hangars completed and we will begin operations onWEDNESDAY

} ft'f' or. ,six'jrears due to an acute shortage Note we include bream among

f- of work. the predators, although it is one k i

'. I 'think most of us would like of the most popular of fresh water

i t to become lazy and settle down fish. If allowed to produce unmolested

1 I{ \ here in Okeechobee county with a we are reliably informed, AUGUST 27 1947

t hundred acre farm with plenty olive f this specie will, in a reasonablyshort 1 i

:' stock. time, sInother" the black

t 'You two Okeechobee musical bass. It has only been since the
{ !minded boys who are trying to organize commercial nets have operated thatblack >

a group. of local musicians bass have become a recognized All Planes and Equipment Will Be New.

Well, here's hoping you succeed member, in any sizeable pro '

i i and you will soon be able to portions, of the population of Lake 1 \ ,

l S give,. us all the good music we want Okeechobee. Old time commercial I
: t fishermen of the lake say in the ?
.j- : YOU CAN EXCUSE THE early days it was rare for them to CAR

J '; 1; CHINAMEN catch black bass in their nets. s ,.

'( : A These fish just didn't exist in
reporter for the Christian any
s i Science Monitor tells of three Chinese great numbers then as they do -r1

; ': who worked for six years In now.The Okeechobee Flying

Cuba under the protection of the way we see It, It the sports :

S. .I: United States, earning a comparatively men want to forget their beloved )

S fabulous American salary.When bass and are satisfied with bream,
t Here's a real time sav
asked If they had ever heardof then with the commercial fishing ;

I democracy, they looked blank ban in force, they are on the right t er. Whenever your car :

He then asked them whether they road to achieve success. If the com needs a lubrication

'Y : had ever heard of Communism merclal fishermen are willing t 0 oil change tire or battery School ;

( i They answered enthusiastically .In forego the taking of bass for sale service lust| give us a call. ;

t the Furthermore able purposes, which is Illegal, we We'll come over for your

the reporter said, "they all though believe commercial fishing Is better do the
I car. |lob and "* t
;F r ; they wou\d\ prefer living under the for the sportsmen in the long "-:; *'
bring It back to yowl' '
x Communists In northern China on run, to say nothing of depriving .* :" CHAS. 'T. MILLER Manager ;
j their return home. They have read hundreds ,of persons of a livele f- /r *- .;
,f r. i j} ::,. about Communism, but never hood. Along this line of reasoning, ,,-VV -' V- -,, i

1 i heard or read about the democratic in conclusion, we pass our blessings .

""; }: <
: ; ; they are living so happily. Lik< defy anyone to say that we are not ATLANTICPAUL .

F''j.. the rest of us, they take for grant a conservationist!-Sunshine Special i Watch for Barbecue Date to Be Announced Later '
[ fOe! American democracy" -(West Palm Beach.) -
x t
; : The
government of the United

t!- States has functioned, through the Miss Eloise Collins left Tnesda;

""" _4 f f fears for ont ,purpose-to protec t morning to go to Kentucky where ROBBINS 3 ..,

;,. c.: .. i the' dignity and' freedom of Its she will visit with friends for several Distributor of ,
citizen Individual Initiative days. .
,_< built the economy which
';S". '; makes this type of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stulebakerof r ATLANTIC PETROLEUM

S :' '.r, fi- possible and keeps it operating es of Ft. Pierce spent last week-end PROD9CT8. ONE AND TWO WAY 1 IRRIGATION PUMPS
1- Phone 118 Okeechobee, Fla.
:};:" and
; -fectlvely. Yet, in the last decade with Mr, Mrs. L P, Mercer. o
;. 'f f '.-and a half, there has been a clear

rc <,, ;. ;'. II j., :' trend. in the direction of government (! : I J " , 5mI CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS
: ;: i ; ,. "
; ; ownership of Industry-Commonism. .
!t ;.,:;, '-" :t, : : Two billion dollars have !
j. -. : ,
:\, ;: ,4L : Iij' In the: business of generating and
>F : .. .;' 1 CONCRETE BLOCK
f.- distributing electric power alone [ BUILDINGSMixed
i ; .-i{; .V -tax-exempt,competition with theInvestorowned : INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE I '

, rio. _. ., ) rt,- ./ tax-paying electric i SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE

:: i .O'[;{ Industry A great hydroelectricsystem" / AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY I I and Poured on Job Site

:; J* proposed for the Missou- .
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4 -rand, Mississippi rivers. with no I II I .

., .if ..., ." .mention 'of, Its effect on existing F Okeechpbee Abstract Company j I i
-.;,{ + .: private' utilities In the two'valleys. II L p H. WALKER

:<;F If: .Such proposals by men high in I ; J., .BARBER, Manager 0, :
.f-' government' t I P. cL BOX 1145 >-
'- : echo I
; ', '< hollowness of . . , . _,__,. F.ORT-PIERCE
'p y
: the three Chinese, who lived under FLA.

r' S -democracy In Caba-but didn't know ,,-.: PHONE 211
; ';.;batilt.fwaat.: cannot go expanding In fields Subscribe to/The News :' I

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-.. -, .. ...e Mrs. 1.. P. Mercer! left Monday NOTICE or nmarnojr TO I NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE h

to start
the Teachers Institute two weeks NOTIC' IS HEREBY GIVEN that, liD accordance with Section 6 of Chapter COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.CASE ht
Personal' before school pursuant o Section 15 (1). Chapter I 2372. Laws of Florida. Acts of NO. INS
starts on September 2065S. La a of Florida. Acts of 1941. 1947. the Board of Public Instruction LIDA LOWE by her next

. 2nd.: -L.. and Sect .k ST Chapter 14717. Lawe of Okeechobee County, Florida. bT Resolution friend and husband
of. Florid Act. of 1921 ts amended adopted August 4. 1947. has lease Lowe, andFAY t
by Sectio II, Chapter 20CS8. Lawa of for the purpose of nominating and WRIGHT by her belt "',
( Gene Chandler, son of Mr.. and Florida. ..'* of 1941. and also pnranant electing County Board Members divided friend and husband
. .... Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pints return IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tt .section 42. Chapter 20722 the County .f Okeechobee Into E. It. Wright ;r

Mrs. Frank Chandler, Sr., was recently ed home Saturday after spending NINTH. JUDICIAL CIRCCIT OF Laws of r Florida. Acts of 194L aa five County Board Member resident districts Plaintiff -
amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079. the boundaries of which are T"
i discharged from the United month's vacation In North Carolina BEE C-OfSTY: IN CHANCERY. Laws of Florida. Act. of 194X and described aa follows: L. E. BRIGGS and
Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of ADA G. BRIGGS his
i States Army and returned to his and Kentucky. CASE NO. INS Florida Acta of 1941. aa amended by DISTRICT NO. 1 Beginning at wife et ala. tif
Section 21. Chapter 22079.: Lawa of
i home here last week. He Mrs. R W. THOMAS Florida. Acta of 194X the following the Intersection of the East Boundary Defendant
has spent O. L. Raulerson and children Plaintiff. described lands la Okeechobee County. of State Highway No. 15 and SLIT TO QUIET TITLE III

! In'the Ann and Lawton TtI.WILLIAY. Florida to-wtt; the North boundary of State Highway ORDER TO APPEAR
the past eighteen months are spend-
S. BENNETT et ala Lots 13 and 14. Blk. D. Okerobcbee. No. 70 and runs South along THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I

! Army the last year of which ing several days this week visit- Defendant Dev. Co. S-D. Eaat boundary of State HighwayNo To L. E. Brifga and Ada 0. Bridge,
' ,.., was Ing Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chambersat Lot % Blk. 215. First Add to City 15 to the 17 foot water level his wife John I. EUet and Tebe
! '": ,:" spent In Japan. tinT TO QUIET TITLE of Okeechobee. of Lake Okeechobee; thence meandering Francea EUet, his wife if alive and
> Hobe Sound. ORDER TO APPEAR Lots 13, 14 and 14 to 20 inc. Blk. the 17 foot water level line if such persona are dead or any of
: :;. : 60. City of Okeechobee.win la a Southwesterly direction to the them to the unknown heir. derlaeea,
; : J. R. Rhoden has THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be offered for aaie at penile eatery KUslmmee River; thence ia a legateea or grantees and to all per-
retained to his
To William S. Bennett and hla wife for the highest and direction along the
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Eiland spent boat cash bid. Northwesterly aoaa baring or claiming aa interest lathe
I ;/ home here after spending several whose address la 722 Prospect Arenne. abject to the right of the Board of East bank of the Klaalmme River following described lands situate d
I y Sunday and Monday in Miami Buffalo N. Y.. Andrew Bennett and Commlsslnnera of Everglades Drainage toT the North bouadary elf State Mar and being In the County of Oke.chobe. .-
I' : t. _,:. weeks in the Veterans Hospital at where Rev. Elland his wife, whose address la 230 Main St., District and/or Board of County Highway No. 70: thence Eait. aloni .. State of Florida, to-wit:
! :.' :.... Miami. preached at Buffalo. X. T, M W. Benjamin and his Commissioners of Okeecboboa County the North boundary of State Highway NEU of NEH of Seetdoa S3. Town-
" '-'.' ,' the Central Baptist church. wife whose address Is Peaobsoot Buildin at Florida the fonrtboas to reject. any and all bids. So. 70 to the point of begin- hip 87 South Range M :East contain- e
and bertnntn 10:00
r- Detroit Michigan. J. J. Sexton at liar lug 40 acre, mar or lea*, excepting
o'clock A. M. '
: hi wife. whose address Is 24 Hamilton on the 15th day of Sep
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; Fred Boromel returned to his 13 feet along the Nona East and wait
.Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Burr spent Bird., Kenmore, X. Y. John P. Backer tember. 1947. Easement for dalnage and DISTRICT NO. t Beginning at sides for highway pnrpou t
1 I (;': home In Okeechobee Saturday from several and his wife whose address Is an. reclamation and road purposes will be the Northeast corner of Section S4 GREETINGS h
days In Miami last week
j '" -i. Baltimore Md. where he known, Edward J..Ryan and hla wife reserved.BOARD TowDl tip 37 South. Range 34 East Llda Lowe by her next friend and
I spent where they attended the weddingof whoae address la 112 Deleron SU Buf OF COMMISSIONERS and runs South on line dividing husband Jesse Lowe, and Fay Wrightby
1! the past week. He was called there falo. N. Y. George E. Parker and Jale AGE DISTRICT DRAIN. Martin and Okeechobee Coundea her next friend and husband haying
i Mr. Burr's niece. J. Parker hla wife, whose addreaa la andBOARD to the 17 foot water level of Lake filed in this Court their sworn Bill
I ;'" on account of the serious Illness of Buffalo. N YJoeeph H. Velaor and OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Okeech bee; thence meandering the of Complaint la this Salt, the nature
,-"> hia wife whose address la 238 LondonSt. 17 foot water level line in a Northwesterly and of which la to determinethe
uncle. purpose
I .. his When he left for that Miss Shirley Davis Is spending whose OF OKEECHO- r
Y. Mabel
Buffalo' the East
V BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. direction to title of the Plaintiff to the land
I I : place he drove to Miami and took several days vacation in Okeecho address Is 15 Colonial Ave.. Forest Br Mabel Baalersoa Sheffield. bouadary of State Highway 15, hereiaabove described to be a good It
Illlla. Long laland. N. Y.. Marshall N. Clerk of which Is also the East boundary of and aufflcient absolute fee simple title
i; .'< .', a plane from there. bee visiting with her parents Mr. Hunt and Gertrude Hunt hla wife Okeechobee the County.Circuit Court Florida of Parrot Avenue; thence North along to hare all claims and Interests of the>

J I ,< -:- and Mrs. A. W. Davis. whose address la 651 Bingham Ave. aa agent for said Boards. the East boundary aforesaid to Defendants, and each of them.. in and J
Saulte Ste. Marie. Mich and Palm By Connie W. Ranleraon. the North boundary of State Highway to said land paaaed upon aad deter
i ij: Mrs. Marshall Blum and son will Reach Cadillac Com(JIIinJ'. West Palm Deputy Clerk No. 20 thence East to the point mined to remove clouds upon title oC 1

; ,:;: leave tomorrow to return to their Mr. J, M. Roe, Sr., left this weekto Beach. Florida and If any of said persona of beginning. Plaintiffs, to quiet and confirm title
V be dead to their unknown lPOUIt'S.heirs. of Plaintiff, and in which Bill of

home In Baltimore, JbldU, after go to Washington, D. C. "wherehe advisees, legatees or granteea DISTRICT NO. S Beginning Complaint, Plain uta state they believe
! and to all persona having or claimingan NOTICE OF APPLICATION the Northeast corner of Section 1. there are person. interested la the
spending the past month In Okee- will spend a few days. Interest in the following described FOR TAX DIED Township 33 South. Range 33 East land herein involved and berelaabovedeaerlbed

chobee with Mr. and Mrs. Barney lands situate lying and being In the and runs South along range line to and having named therein
County of Okeechobee State of Florida. Notice la hereby given that O. L. the Southeast corner of Section 36 certain persona aa known by name to
Blum. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Walker of to-wit: Ranlerson the holder of the following Township 35 South. Range 33 East: them, the said Plaintiffs, but aa not
the Lots 1, 2,5,6 7 8 11 12 15 16 17 18 certificates has filed acid certificatesfor thence run East along Township known by them the aald Plaintiffs
Key West, Florida, announce 19 20 21 22 25 and 26 of Block 26. Con. a tax deed to be issued thereon. line to the East boundary of State whether each persona are dead or alive, C
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Watley have arrival of a 7 Ib 1 oz baby daughter acre Highlands aa per plat thereof recorded The certificate numbers and yean of Road No. 15. aa now located and as believed by thrtn' the said
: here In Plat Book 1, Page 21 of the Issuance, the description of the property thence ID. Southerly direction Plaintiffs if living to be interested
returned their
to home after 5t
Rita Ann. Mrs. Walker will be Public Records of Okeechobee County, and the names in which It was along the East boundary,. of said in said property, and if dead to have

! spending a month In Alabama. remembered in Okeechobee as the Florida. assessed are aa follows: State Ro.d0.. 15 to the inersec. been interested therein;
Certificate No. 32. Year of Issuance tion rf. said Road with the North And having made all persona havingor
former Miss Constance Finger. Said lots lying In and comprising a 1945.: boundary of State Highway No. 70,. claiming any interest in the above
County Judge and Mrs. T. W. part of SVi of Section 9. Township 37 Description of property: which Is also intersection of Par. described land parties defendant to the
South. Range 25 East. Beg 806 ft. South of center Sec. 29 rot Avenue and North Park Streetin aald Bill of Complaint; 1
Conely, Jr., were visitors spendinglast Mrs. Z. K. Williams and children run S 209 ft W 209 ft. N 209 ft. E the City of Okeechobee: thence And having demanded from the Clerkof
GREETING: :09 ft. See 29. TS 37, Rge. 35 Containing North boundary Circuit Court of Okeerhobee County.
week end at Ocala and Silver Grace, Wanda Sue, Mary Helen run West along the -
B. W. Thomas having filed his sworn
One acre. of State Highway No. 70 to Florida the making of an order re- 1
Springs.Mr. and Betty Lou, accompanied by Bill of Complaint In this suit the nature -. Name In which assessed J. It. Hud the Klsslmmee River; thence North qnlrlng such persona and parties toappeo.r
and purpose of which Is to determine westerly along the East Bank of to the Bill of Complaint upona
Miss Paula Burdeshaw returned the title of the Plaintiff to the son.All of said property being in the the Klsslmmee River to the intersection day not less than twenty-eight days

and-Mrs. 1\1. C. Pitts and home last week after spending ,two land hereinabore described to be a County of Okeechobee. State of Flori of the township line dividing nor more than sixty days from the
good and sufficient absolute fee .aim- Okeechobee and Osceola Counties date of the making of said order; i
son Marshall, returned to their weeks In' Cherokee, N. C. pie title to have all claims and Inter da.Unless such certificate or certificatesshall ) thence East along Township IT IS, THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat

home here Friday night after ests of the Defendants, and each of be redeemed according to law line to the point of beginning. each and every of the Defendants
them in and to said lands passed the property described In such certificate above named designated, and ..pee1fled.are .
I spending three weeks In ,North Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gubler upon and determined to remove clouds or certificates will be sold to the DISTRICT :NO. 4 Beginning at hereby required to appear herein

t Carolina, Tennessee Georgia andS spent several days in Okeechobeethis upon the Plaintiffs title to said land. highest bidder at the court house dooroa the Northeast corner of Section 1, to the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint
to quiet and confirm the plaintiff the first Monday in the month of herein fifed on the First dar of September -
South Carolina.Mr. week visiting Mrs. Gublers' title thereto, and In which Bill of Com September 1947. which ia the lit day Township and 38 South South.to Range the Southeast 30 East ,- A. D. 1941. and that this -orderbe e
plaint the Plaintiff states that he believes of September. 197.D.ted runs published in the Okeechobee News, t
mother Mrs. Paul Burdeshaw. corner of Section 13, Township 37South
I there are persona Interested In this 28th day of July 1947. thence West a newspaper of general circulation
38 East
the land herein involved and herein- MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD Range ; pnbllshd la Okeehobee County. Floridaonce d
and Mrs. Campbell .
Charles Section line to the intersection -
above described, and having named Clerk of Circuit Court of along a week for four consecutive weeka. a
returned to their home at Bassln- Lana Walker, small daughter of therein certain persons aa known by (SEAL) Okeeehnbee County. Florida of State Highway No. 70. which-ia No. 15 also and Witness my hand aa Clerk and the

' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin, Walker, Is name to him. the acid Plaintiff but aa By CONNIB W. RAULERSON. State Intersection Highway of Parrot Avenue Seal of said Court this 30th day of
ger last Friday'after spending two not known by him. the said Plaintiff. Deputy Clerk. the July, A. D. 1947.! at Okeechobee. in the
months visiting relatives and back home after undergoing a tonsil whether any of said persons are deador and North Park Street in the City County and State aforesaid. a
of Okeechobee thence in a North
alive and aa believed by him the MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk
! friend In Alabama.V adenoids, operation Monday at said Plaintiff If living to be InterestedIn APPLICATIONFOR erly direction along the East boundary of Circuit Court.
NOTICE OF of State No. 15.: to
the Sebring hospital.Mrs. said land, and if dead, to have been Highway OkeeehotM'e County. Florida.
TAX DEED the North Boundary of Section 3,
interested therein. (Circuit Court Seal)
V Virginia Hughes daughterof Township 3A. South Range 35 East; T. W. CONELY. JR.
I Notice ia hereby given that James thence East, along Township line, a'u
C. R. and daughter And having made all persona havingor Box 60S Okeerhobee. Florida.
Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Parkerson claiming any interest in said lauda Dnrrance the holder of the following to point of beginning. Attorney for Plaintiff.

! 'was carried to the SebrIng General Miss Dorothy Stewart are spending parties defendant to the said Bill of certificates baa filed said certificatesfor DISTRICT NO. a Beginning at theNorthwest August 1, 8. 15. 22 i9.
{ a tax deed to be issued thereon. corner of Section 8,
! '::7 Hospital .Sunday night where she a week visiting friends In Co Complaint; The certificate numbers and years of Township 33 South. Range 34 East. n,
eeL J And having demanded from the Clerkof issuance, the description of the property and runs East to the Northeast ti
! '' : underwent an operation for appendicltls Circuit Court of Okeechobee County, and the ,names ia which it was corner of Section 1. Township 33 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

i ,;-' : V at 1 o'clock Monday morn. Florida, the making of an order requiring assessed are as follows! South Range 35 East; thence run NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
such persona and parties to Certificate No. 21. Year of Issuance South on Range line to the North FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
: las.: Dr. L. W. Martin was In OKEECHOBEB NOTICE COUNTY FLORIDA appear to the said Bill of Complaintupon 1944.Certificate west corner of Section 8. Towoshp BEg COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. totl
a day not less than twenty-eight No,. 11. Year of Issuance 34 South, Range 36 East: thenceran
hr charge of the operation. August 13, 1947.! nor more than sixty days from the S54ortlficat. '- -' East along Township Line to CASE NO. 1040
NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN thatpursuant date of the making of hid order; No. 18 Year of Issuance the Northeast corner of Section 1.
! to; to Section 9 of Chapter, c Township 34 South. Range 36 East; J. O. WOLFF. SR.
Mrs. T. j. Swlndall returned to ISSd, Lawa of Florid Act: of 193?. IT IS, THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat 1944.Certificate No. 9, Year of Issuance thence run South along range line J. O. WOLFF JR. and

her home last week from the FlorIda known as the MURPHY ACT and In each and every one of the Defendants dividing Okeechobee and St. Lucle JACK D. WOLFF
: of 1943.Description Counties, to the Southwest ItM
pursuance of Chapter 20658 Law above named designated and of property: cornerof Plaintiff
I "} '-: : Sanitarium at* Orlando where Florida. Art of '1041. known. the specified are hereby required to appear Lots 5 and 8. Block 8, Greeley Sub Section 36. Township 35 South T8.
'' i EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS- herein to the Plaintiffs Bill of division. Range 36 East; thence West along WILLIAM HOCHBERG. et ala
'l she underwent an operation four TRICT ACT the following described Township line to the Southwest '
Complaint herein filed on the TWENTY Lots 27. 28 and 29, Section 3. Township Defendant III
; weeks ago. land 'attnated In Everglade Drainage. -SECOND (22) Day of September. 35. Range 33. containing acres corner of Section 31. Township 35 .
: District in Okeechobee CeuDt,. Florida South, Range 34 East: thence run
A D. li47, and that this order be published more or less. ORDER TO APPEAR
will be offered for ule-at public in The Okeechobee News a Name In which assessed B. F. Smith North along rang line to the I
outcry for the highest and beat eaab of circulation point of beginning. THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Mrs. James P. Keene and child Tra.t. newspaper general published and Blanche E. Case.
bid. to the of the -
'R subject right in Okeechobee County. Florida All of said property being In the To William Horhberg and Mr*. William -
". ... BOARD 6F
of the Internal ImprovementFond PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
: ren arrived In Okeechobee Monday once" a week for four. consecutive County of Okeechobee State of Florida. Hochberg Sadie Keasler. MarieM.
and of the Board of Commlaalonera OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDABy
night. Mrs. Keene came here from of Everglade Drainage Dla- weeka. Unless each certificate or certificatesshall Baker and J. A. Baker her husband. I
trlct to reject any and all bids a. the WITNESS my hand aa Clerk and the be redeemed according to law, VAN E. LIOHTSEY, if alive, and if dead to their unknown
Palatka where her and children Courthouse beginning at 30 KX> Seal of said Court this 20th day of the property described in such certificate Chairman. heir devisee, legatees or grantees,
i August A. D. 1947. certificates will be sold to the and to all having or claiming
: have been staying until housing o'clock A. M. oo the 15th dar of September or Attest: persons
i 1947. Aa to all parcel of land highest bidder at the court house door CARL T. DCRRANCE. Secretary an interest la the following described y
here could :be arranged by Mr. of ten acre or more title to one-Jtall MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk on he first Monday In the month of lands situate, lying and being in the
i : of petroleum and three-fourth of of Circuit Court. Okeechobee September, 1947.: which ia the lat day (SEAL) County of Okeechobee. State of Flor-

'Keene. other minerals will be reserved by County, Florida. of September. 1947! ida to-wit: .
I Trustees of the Internal Improvement Circuit Court Seal) Dated this 22nd day of July. 1947.
! eft Fond. Easements for road right of By CONNIE W. RACLERSON.: MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk (Parcel No. 1) Beginning at the
11' .Miss Mary Lena Watford way 200 feet wide will be reserved by Deputy Clerk. of Circuit Court of Okeechobee Southeast Corner at Government Lot a

last week to go to Dothan for a aid Trustees from any parcel thronjrh T. ,,. LONELY JR, County, Florida. I Advertise in The News l 7 of Section 29. Township 87 South. Ie
which there la an existing state road: Box 008. Okeechobee. Fla By CONNIE W. RAULERSOK, 'Range 33 East aa& run North 102
I few days. She will return to Panama and easement for drainage and Attorney for Plaintiff. Deputy Clerk. I yard; thence Weat 313 yards: thence

City where she will teach reclamation and for road purposes:: Sonth 102 yards, thence East 313 yards
will be reserved by the Board of to POB. Also
I school this year. Commlaalonera of Everglades Drainage (Parcel No. 2) SE}; of SE\i of SWVi E
of Section 29, Township 37 South.
District.Deaeriptloa '-- ,t' ;<; ," Range 35 East, less 15 ft on the East

Mr. and Mrs. W.\'K. Turner and Lot Ii, Block 243, First Add. to City and South sides for highway purpose -
I AlaoParcel
of Okeechobee. *
daughter Emily Grace, of Palatka, Lots 8. 9 and 10 Bit. 00. City of ( No. 3) 8WK of SEU of 8WK
Okeechobee. of Section 29. Township 37 South,
last week-end here With Mr. V Announcement- .

and Mrs. Ernest Hunt. NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
IDA. J. O. Wolff, fer, J. O. Wolff. Jr. and a
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Jack D. Wolff having filed la this
Mr. and Mrs. S. .J. Davis OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. Court their sworn Bill of Complaint

left Monday morning for Hot AGE DISTRICT in this salt, the nature and purposeof i
By Mabel lUaleraoB Sheffield. Aft. which 1. to determine the tllle of
Springs, Ark., where they will far Trustees of the Inter the Plaintiff to the had hereinaboredescribed
returningto nil Improvement Fond and to be a good and sufficient
spend a month before for Board of Commlaalonera You are cordially invited absolute fee simple title to hare all

their home here. of Everglades Drainage Dla.trtet claims and interests of the Defendant
Okeechobee Coaaty. and each of them la and to said land
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth Fiords TO THE OPENING 0 FOUR NEW STORE paaaed clouds upon upon and the determined Plaintiffs'to title remove -

I t. said land to quiet aad confirm the
returned to their home here Sun n
Plaintiffs' title thereto and la which
day afternoon after spending two ON Bill of Complaint the Plaintiff atate i
that they believe there are persona Interested .
weeks In Georgia North ,Carolinaand ta the fad herein Involved 1

Virginia with .Mr. and' I Mrs. A / \' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY and named hereinabove therein described certain ,person and having a*

Roscoe Markham. known by name to them the said g
Plaintiffs, bat aa not known by them b

August 22nd & 23rd the said Plaintiff, whether said persons -
Howard Wise Is reported as Improving are dead or alive and as believed
by them, the aid Plaintiff. U living,
after a 'weeks. 'illness. to be interested la the property and

.- ,'" premise herein involved and aereiaibove rr

Miss Mary Howell visited with na::: 223-.err.223.::.:. :. nn 223 tsu: cs: : rrn ens::: era:: crs:: nri beea Interested described therelar and if dead to hare

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friends in Okeechobee, last :week- t having made all person having

end. SPECIAL or claiming any interest la the t
above described land parties defendant -
to the said Bill of Complaint

i Mr. and' Mrs. O. B. ,Covert re- ODiscount on all Merchandise .t
10 And having demanded from the
... turned to Ok eehob 4da.Slweek. to /O These Two V Clerk of Circuit Court la and for

start preparation for the coming J.A RS Opening Days. Okeechobee County, Florida, the making v
V of an order requiring each .....r.
school year. CAPS eons and parties to appear to their FlIn

== c:1 c j ;:n: a:1' = t{::::? :=J 'i f t = :::!:) iV:!:f ZZT3. EH2 s9 1:22 said Bill of Complaint apoa a day not
LIDS nil leas the twenty-eight days nor more
Aunt. returned ,. -, -- < theca from
Miss Perllee sixty days the date of the 0:

home' Monday after 'spending,two RubbersINSURE You Are Invited to U se Our Layaway PlanLampleyVr waking of THEREFORE said order; 1.

weeks In Aburndale as councilor ,-::.: J..._ ;: .., IT IS. ORDERED
that each
and every one of the Defendants -
for the Methodist' Youth Camp. above named,; designated ...4.pedfied.
are hereby required to appear -
there. hereto to the Plaintiffs' BID .of eV
1 $;'->' .-" ... i- Complaint hefts filed oa the 6th day Ie

Standefer,and children Canning; Success of September. D 1947. sad that this
Mra. Ed
l order be published ta-.T e Okeechobee
Bobby and Wayne and Mrs. Staadefr's "" > News, a newspaper ef general circulation -
rare visiting when yotfolIow.ttrue Redd ,& Inc. published ia Okeechobec County
mother Mrs. .Peake in-the BaH Florida, one a, week for, bar easeea
Mrs. Standefer'a. -brother: ,In :>- on UT week.,

Jacksonville this week. Blue Book. Buy or*ct WITNESS my hand aaOrk and the

'- 'yoUr focef '-oi sad Seal of saM Court.. tai ?tk" day of
AagHst. A. D; t94T. at Okeechobee; U
Mr. A. W.' 'Daris returned 1 Of'with home cud LADIES APPAREL; the,County and, State aforeaaiaV

home last week tter.ap nldln several addrcu ttt MABEL: RAULESSOV &&HWFIELD C,

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3 Jf: ..-- Joseph W. Yates RAULERSON DEPT. STORE"We And SpecialsThe

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a ;'. YATES FUNERAL Tomlinson barber shop is specializing in 'Ii'
Clothe The Family" massage of the face and scalp, I am sure you will ,
Fort Pierce, Fla. be glad to hear of this service. Photos yes you can !

., Phone' .. '789 Phone 789 Phone 10 Okeechobee, Fla., get 'em all you want any size too.
t .:' ,- r.f.' Prompt Ambulance ServiceBennies There is a Photographic Studio in the Lions II

1 t i Building.
t If you get sick or hurt and need transportationwho II

i would you call? Sure, that's right, you would I
0.) K. Garage and Machine Service call Yates Funeral Home. i
f Believe me or not. You can get all kinds of I

}fI Auto Supply Co. DODGE AND PLYMOUTH Electrical appliances, radios, refrigerators down I
I Sales and Service at Gilbert-Culbreth next: door to the theatre. I

24 Hour Wrecker Service Why should you wear those dirty clothes when I

i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Day Phone 92-Night Phone 92 or 133 the modern dry cleaners are still in town. Yes, I
Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen., Electric Appliances we "clothe the family" that's what Raulerson
; Phone. 36 Okeechobee, Fla. Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters dept. store says, Clothes and more clothes. II
I "We Service Them Allr Real estate and insurance well don't see me
j\ me but see K. E. Stello.; he is the man who knows,
-- O. K. "0. K. Garage and Machine Service" we

know that you are the dealer for the plymouthand
: Announcing The Opening of Real Estate Insurance dodge cars and you have 24 hours wrecker
i PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO You better place that order now so you can .I

... Portraits of All Sizes K. E. STELLOP. get those rose bushes. Burgess Supply'Co. will get
their first shipment Oct. 1st. Stetson hats and,Nu-
: Kodak Films Develcped-24 Hours Service 0. Box 396 Phone 86 coma Boots, saddles sure you can get them. The
Enlarging and Tinting Fair store
; y Okeechobee,'Florida says we got 'em.
t Lions Club Building Okeechobpe, Fla. Package goods- that's right-the North Park
and east side
liquor store has all you want Mixon
and Ellis garage now has building supplies, bat
teries and tires. Get the best I
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1: ; Atlantic Service Sta.' Okeechobee News, ,advertise in the news today..
; 'I Burgess Supply CompanyEshelman
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Be sure to read this column each
: ; Paul D.. Bobbin Owner week for special
i Electric Saws Electric Drills news of interest
:: Wrecker Service Bench Saws Grinders Red Rose Guam. Feed concerning your merchants.
.1! 24 Hours a Day I Welders- 10" Lathe PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ROSE BUSHES Burney-Kelz say they were formerly Den-
Hand Tools Pumps marks
;J ELIDE, BATTERIES .12" Radial Arm Saw First Shipment will arrive Oct. ls.tb- and they are your complete home outfit-
Second Shipment will arrive Nov. 15th
f LEE TIRES CLARK J. SMITH tersWholesale
GAS-OIL-GREASING ,and Retail that is
Chicks right. Bennies
Sales Rentals Service Baby
TWIN OAKS 209 Okeechobee Road Auto Supply Co. They are still here in Okeecho-
All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE Tuesdays and Fridays
Ph. 20276 West Palm Beach bee.Chalk's
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.1 ULMER EZELL In The 'Heart Of Town Phone 33 Phone 5 -- J. E. Cone, Mgr.I I
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t I i Smoking Meats Typewriters and Adding Cut-Shaves 1 I : TAXIChalk's .. _"
Also wholesale and Machines Taxi will make,long or '
Retail Cuts. Immediate DellTe1'7PlIO.tE Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages Short Trips -' .:
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Parrott Ave. 103 ATLANTIC AVENUE Loyd Tomlinson, Owner .Day! .-Phone. 16 Home'Phone 59-3

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FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS AWAre now in effect on all Laundry.
Store Store
f-: .\\1 Ranges, Hot Water HeatersBendix We iif you the best in Dry Cleaning and Laun-

st .t ', Wines Cordials Liquors Wines Cordials May tag. Easy, Conlon washers and Ironers. Deep freeze dry. work guaranteed and clothes fully in-
Liquors -
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} Next Door To All Night
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