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: March 23, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30-Number 40 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 23, 1945 Price Five Cents

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REVIVAL SERVICES BEGIN Burdick and Carson Inc. Have J. C. EVANS AND MISS | J. J. MclaughlinDied

In Various Camps': METHODIST: CHURCH HERE Leased Pens and Will Hold Sales BY THE COUNTY JUDGE I at His Home

Beginning/ on Easter Sunday and J, C. Evans and Miss Borne Car-

Home & AbroadJohn continuing for one and possibly Each Week Beginning April Fifth ter were married at the court house Here March 10

At two week, revival services will be I by County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr.,

I held each evening at eight o'clockat I Saturday morning, March 10. -
cook second class, --"I Flans for reopening the Okeecho -
A. Lewis the Methodist church. The Rev. Mr. Evans li the ion of Mr. and J. J. McLaughlin passed away at

with the United States Navy, left II i ( P. Hogle of Orlando will be the THE GAD-FLY ; bee livestock market originallybuilt Mrs R, C. Evans and li employedat hU home here Saturday night March
this week to return to his ship in I as a private enterprise and the Gilbert Chevrolet 68
evangelist and preacher for these Company 10 after a long Illness. He was

the Boston Nuvy Yard after spend- j I services. Pastors, members of other I r.rJ-; ; successfully operated as a phase of Mrs. Evans Is the daughter of Mr. years old. Mr McLaughlin had
here with his By WallaceIt | the Dixie Cattle Company's
Ing a short leave (churches and the public In general cooperative and Mrs, Sandlln Carter. suffered from a cancer of the

wife I ITfe. I I are invited to attend and take part I Isn't necessary, I'm proud to''' activities until federal regulations They have rented an apartment at i|1 throat for the past two years, having

I: in the services. say for the Gadfly or anyone else I halted the deal, are announced the Ben Patten home where they been treated In the hospitals at

George M. Smith who Is '(I I W. R. Howell, Pastor to sting Okeechobee-itei Into doing | by Burdick '& Carson Inc., will\ reside. I' Savannah, Mo., and West Palm

stationed it the Army Air Base at | V_ good deeds, extending a helping i I who will\ hold their first sale Apr 6. --v---. : Beach He had returned to hli

Ann Park was a visitor spending hand, pouring out their pity and I, W. E. Carson, president of the 'home here about two month ago

the past weekend In OkeechobeeWith Father of Mrs. their aid upon the needy Witness firm, states he has disposed of his Mrs. Raulerson from the hospital

hli uncle and aunt Mr. and the speed and the ease with which I faun !In Alachua county near High He was born in Osceola county

Mrs. Albert Berka. Alvin Sweat Was I the Red Cross war fund drive went I IO'r Springs and Is convinced a marketIn Hostess Baptist but had made his home at Fort

with donations still
the top ) Okeechobee can render a worth Drum and Okeechobee for the past

Cpl. J. B. (Beacham) Rauleraor' I I'ollioIn./ | while service to producers of the thirty years where he engaged In

will\ leave Sunday to return to the j Buried in Georgia People here are far more likely Okechobe area can effect a saving Missionary Meet !' farming and stock raising lie served

army In New York after spending to say, "What can I do to help?" I' In gasoline and tires by providinga I I'I' the Fort Drum District as a

thirty days here with his parents I than "Aw, shucks I can't be both- central meeting point for buyers I member of the Okeechobee County
From \fotiltrii'. Oni; I (ibic-ii-r | The Women' Missionary Societyof
l.IItlwr.d'' (eied. I and tellers. I the church held their School Board for and
: : I A large/ /group' of Irii-nds Baptist many years
L. L. Conrad, Jr., has returned to Friday afternoon i\t the Henderson So I know you will\ all be glad to ,I The Okechobee market has monthly busine"' and social meet- was also a member of the Board of
Norfolk Va., after I know that through the Rotary club erated basis In OP-\\
the Navy Yard at Funeral chapel to join in, n final on a weekly ing last week at the home of Mrs Trustees of that school for many
leveral day here with the machinery has been set in motion past but the new operators intendto
pending and took active
hll'' tribute to the memory of George I Oslo Raulerson. I yean a very partin
mother Mrs. Alma Conrad. Troup Etudstlll 81 year old Colquitt for two highly important war hold a sale every week The opening devotional service school affairs of his district and
services They are the salvage of E, A Burdick vice president of
county farmer, who died at his was led by Mrs S. J. Davis, who the county.
Mr. and !Mrs. J. F. Bond received home on Moultrle, Route 4, follow tin cans and the collection of clothing the company, has formerly operated used the 18th chapter of Matthewas The funeral services were con

a letter this week from their ion ing an extended Illncis. THe rites for the destitute peoples of Europe farm markets !in New Jersey has her theme. A chain of prayers ducted at the graveside at Fort

Earl Bond In which he says he It In areas now freed from the resided !in Florida for a number of Drum
were conducted by the Rev. James for the sick was led by :Mrs R. E. cemetery Tuesday afternoon,
in the hospital In France. lIe did German yoke of savage slavery. I years and is interested In develop- I
R. Webb pastor of the Moultrie Hamrick, Mrs D. 0. Alderman and March 13, at 3:30: with the Rev.
not 'tate what was wrong with him Methodist church. Pal!! bearers were Two tin cans, or at least the tin ment of 4-H club fairs and shows :Mrs. G. C. Durrance. I D. 0. Alderman officiating. The

4 I J. B. Suber, A. L. Harvey R. J. they contain, nlake one morphine throughout the state. The Annie W. Armstrong mission Okeechobee Odd Fellows conductedthe
Salter Watford, who Is stationed syrette, that little but mighty angel
Lewis, Clyde Taylor, John Saber --V fund for home missions has reachedthe committal services.

at the Naval Air Station at renn.J T. J. Saunders Interment was in : of mercy carried In their first aid MRS JOSEPHINE: S.\l: DEUFCR sum of $70, and contributions Surviving are the widow Sophia

cola arrived here Monday Westview cemetery. I I kit by nil American soldier Just DIED \VEDNESD\Y MORNING I will be accepted until the first of Elizabeth; five sons, S-Sgt. Curtis
spending ten days with Mrs. Wat i how much it means to a boy lying
I :Mr. Studstlll a native of Telfair I April for this yearly donation. Eugene, Army Air Corps MacDill

ford and other relatives. I county, came to Colquitt about a I!I wounded for hours before the med Funeral services were conducted I Chicken salad, coffee and brownies Field, Tampa; Pfc. Harold Army

I Ilc. can reach him only that boy can I were served the during Belgium Corp. Glenn, Army Mc-
quarter of a century ago/ and since Wednesday afternoon at the Okee- by hostess ;
Bill Stratton will leave today for I tell time add two I II
that time had made his home at the I you. you chobee cemetery for Mrs Josephine the social hour Closkey Hospital, Tex., recuperatingfrom
Miami where he will spend some I, tin to pile, think that
cans your i wounds received
Those In action
same place where death came to I Sanderfur who died Wednesday present were Mrs. S. J. on

time before being reassigned to him. Hie neighbors knew him as a I I you are giving blessed relief from I I morning at six o'clock after a long Davis Mrs W. D. Coker, Mrs. M. L. Attu Island; Pfc. Milton, Army Air

some army outfit. Bill had spent "good and patient man, thoughtfuland I agony to some serviceman, and you I I Illness She was 78 years old. Hancock, Mrs W. E. Raulerson, Mrs. Corps, Philippines and John Elwyn,

thirty-three months overseas when helpful to others and among will be eager to see your pile grow. Mrs. Sanderfur was born at Butler D. 0. Alderman, Mrs Clyde Durrance Okeechobee; two daughters Mrs

he arrived home to spend three Most of our tin now must come from Mrs. W. I. Edna White Keenansville, Miss., and
the first to join the ranks of the I Ga., and moved to Okeechobee Register, Mrs.
weeks with his parents, Mr. and salvage Roy Raulerson Is chairmanIn Franklin Walker Mrs G. Juanita McLaughlin Okeechobee six
people of the community in worth. fifteen years ago and had made this C. Dur- ;
i Mrs. N. C. Stratton. while movements" charge of tin can salvage here. her home since. rance, Mrs R. E. Hamrlck Mrs. sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Swain Miami;

His survivers are his wife; five In case you have forgotten how to The funeral services were con Leslie Raulerson, Mrs. J. T, Han- Mrs. Joanna Prescott, Zelwood; Mrs

: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler reot" Ion I...W .F,. Studstlll o Murphy, N. prepare the cane, here Is the meth1odi r ducted by Rev W, R. Cheshire assisted cock and Mrs. Carl Durrance. I Nora Young Shreveport, La.; Mrs,

ceivedletter this week from their C., G. P. Studstlll* of Lakeland, *' remove the label; wash the done by Rev. W, R. Howell." This week a' School'of Missions : Hattie Messer South... Bay; Mrs,

son, Morris L. Chandler, I \-., in Fla., J. R. Studstill with the U. S. and let it dry; cut' out both ends; I I She is survived by one brother O. has been held, with the Rev E. Mi Betty Browning, Bartow;, Mrs. Berha -

which he says he is still getting sliphe ends Inside the can and Vann of Okeechobee Leonard returned missionary from Swain, Okeechobee and two
Army in France, and E, B. Studstlll i two sons, Irvin :
along fine. He Is aboard the U. S. stomp on the can as heartily as if Alaska brothers, Edward
of Fort Meade, Md.; H. S. Stud'stlll\, Sanderfur of Macon, Ga., and Rome and Miss Jennie Alderman, S., Lacoochee and
S. Wisconsin, which has been and of Moultrie, Route 4; four daughters I it were the fueher's face. Keep the Sanderfur of Plant City Fla., and returned missionary from China, in Lawrence, Clewlston.

still is operating In the Pacific Mrs. Alvin Sweatt of Okeecho- flattened cans In a bag or carton eleven grandchildren and one great charge of the meetings.. The pallbearers were Allen Markham -

Morris says his ship helped support and they will be picked up, given, grandson.The V R. E. Hamrick, E. J. Wilson,
bee Fla., Mrs. J. H. Clark of Moul
the invasion of Mindoro and has I[ hope, plenty of company, and Pop pall bearers were N. 0. Stewart T, H. Nix Brad. Thomas and I. N,
trie Mrs. L, C. Hancock of Moul '
taken part In attacks on Formosa, will haul them up to Hendrlcki Doyle \ Pupils of f SchoolEntertained McMullen.
trie and Mrs. W. H. Southwell of I Stewart Vernon Stairs,
French Indo China Hong Kong and Field salvage dump
( Albany; one sister Mr. Henry I C. M. Tompkins, H. C. Lana and C.-. V
other places he could not mention No milk cans are wanted nor cane H. Parkerson. PALM SUNDAY AND EASTER
Dowdy of Rhine Ga., and 11 grand The
In his letter. He says he ts\ reallyIn which have contained grease or oil SERVICES BY OKEECHOBEE
children, including G. L. Sweatt of
the war. but all others large and small, are CHURCH OP BRETHREN C
the U. S. Naval Reserve Kathryn badly needed; Wool skirts Pajamas Overalls Rotarians'Tues.

Pvt. John C. Carr writes that he Alvyna and Lawrence Sweat of Shawls Flannel ni tgownl. -
beet? dismissed from Okeechobee Fla., JulIan Now for the clothing. A united Appropriate Palm Sunday serviceswill
has recently Lee Johnny, No hats; but caps are needed.
the army hospital In England and and Joe Clark of MOllltrle.I nation-wide collection of clothing Shoes should have low or medium Eight pupils in the sixth grades be held Sunday morning

is now aa replacement center i In Route 4, Alma Southwell of Albanyand has been authorized by the President heels and be tied together in. pairs entertained the Rotary club at the Church school at 10 and worship at

France. In his letter to his wife I I I Waycross Levay C. Hancock of and II headed by Henry J. Tuesday meeting with two ihort 11. The morning sermon will be
The be
here he does not say that he was Moultrie and Durrell Studstill of Kaiser The drive will last until may as playi which they had produced with "Making Christ King", .
Hubbard it
as Mother may
wounded or not but It is presumed Lakeland, Fla.LIEUTENANT. the first of May. Leo Greenberger a almost no supervision or help, and 'Beginning Sunday night there wilt
be darned and patched they are
that he has been wounded in action. V Is chairman here but you may give they gave the plays with all the be services each night until Easter,
quite used to that but It must
V your bundles to any Rotarian or finish and effect of veteran aetori. except Saturday night.
RUSSELL DOMERIS be clean and it must be In good
METHODIST JUNIOR CHOIR any merchant, as may be most convenient Sunrise services on Easter mornIng .
HOME FROM WAR IN ITALY enough condition to warrant valuable They were introduced by Mrs. C.
ENJOYS PICNIC SUPPER for ,oa. at 7)15 on the dike. The worship .
shipping 125 million M. Williams, who said that their
Lieutenant Russell Domer arrivedIn This statement may be an eye- were 11 and 12, and their services Easter morning will
The junior choir of the Method. people in liberated areas are in ages be a Decision
Day service for all
lIt church combined practice with Okeechobee this week after many opener-more people have died In : desperate need of clothing, shoes grades ranged from satisfactory to who wish
monthi spent in the Italian theatreof some of the occupied areas in Eu superior t to take Christ ai their
pleasure Tuesday when they took and bedding, and they won't be Saviour and unite with the church
a picnic supper with them to the war Lieut. Domer has been In rope from exposure than from star I. choosey. American women will find Both playi pointed a moral of eon Easter
Sunday night at 8 Love Feast
Indian Reservation, and were guests that section of the war for many vation or malnutrition. These peo- J I I this clothing and give it to them, icrvation and help for the war' effort and

of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Boehmer. month with the Army Air Forcei. :I pit are, simply and terribly naked. and Okeechobee will\ do Its share but they were Interesting and observed.Communion Services will be

With their leader Judge T. W, Lieut Domer was promoted to Five years ago the Germans itarted and then some amusing besides. The first play,
the rank of First Lieutenant whileon taking away all their clothing and "It's the Little Things That Count" We extend a hearty invitation to
Conely Jr., at the wheel the young I It would greatly simplify the work all
I and
active duty overseas.A shipping It back to keep the master might be called a junior operetta urge that you make this
people made the trip In Nix's bus j I lot the committees In charge of the %
Y race warm, and to hell with the with Faye Abney at the piano 'and Easter Season a time of rededicating ,
ilnglng all the way out and all the can salvage and the clothing collection 1
way back, as well as holding regular CORRECTION shivering conquered races. Patched if you would bring your I the cast singing the theme song with I yourself to the Lord and His work
beyond further the Christ died for our tint accord
choir practice during the evening. any cam and donatloni to town when appropriate gestures as a finale i
In the News account of the fine few of these people are I ing to the scripture and hath been
poor rags Don Henderson In addition to taking
They ate their lupper In the school you ihop, and leave them at your
Arts meeting last week Mlsi Reba shared members of a family, raised according to the scripture
among In both acted
part plays ai an
room because of the rain, which favorite itore, or one of the drug
Burt's part of the musical programwas some staying In bed while others 1 Cor. 151 3, 4.
I nouncer. The second play called -
failed completely to dampen their stores. But if you can't, they will was
spirits. inadvertently omitted Miss wrap up in whatever Is left to go be called for. "Invitation to Inflation", Those

Following the supper and choir Burt took the subject of German out to work or forage for food, So save your cans. So search taking part In this greatly appre- Ladies Night will\ be observed
dances and music \illustrating with Babies and old folks die of the .
practice Mr Boehmer showed some your closets and storage nooks for elated program were Patricia Handel some time in April, and President
two waltzes one slow', the other In cold like files. Faye Abney Bernice Jones. Hiram Raulerson appointed Z. K.
of his interesting pictures of life that suit Junior has outgrown, that
on the reservation. fast tempo Therefore French, Ger. What ii needed! The answer i.C Is dress you never did like anyhow, June Cone Marguerite Watfon, Williams, Carl Durrance and JudgeT

Mrs. Rae Boettger and Master man and Spanish music were con a I' everything and anything the sweater that are faded but Betty Lou Nix Betty Chandler and I W. Conely, Jr., as a program

trasted in the program. which is of human Don Henderson. Prof Williams committee for that occasion which
Tom-Tom Conely assisted Judge capable keeping a still\ whole, the quilt that you don't ar- ,

Conely In chaperoning the membersof James R. Minnehan V Jr., left Wednesday being decently covered and warm. use because it doesn't fit your bed, '!: ranged the program, and it was one I will\ be under the general supervision

the choir. to return to California Babies' things especially knit garments the shoes that yon haven't worn of the beet of the lea.oII, attested of Prof. William.

V after spending a week here with his ; coati and jackets shirts and much because they hurt your feet. I II :I by the absorbed attention of the Visitors to the Tuesday luncheonwere

Betty Jane Whldden and Susan parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Minne pants and underwear warm gloves I Every home has luch articles with Rotarlani and their prolonged ap Louis Scharfiwerdt, Anthony

Hancock elected and dresses, aweaters place Mortsca, Rev. D. 0. Alderman
were delegates to han, ST. and family stockings plenty of good wear left In them. Rev
the district Home Economics: meet- V quilts and afghans, and blankets; I 1 Give them with your sympathy Dr. F. P. Maupal wee admitted asa E. M. Leonard of Opa Locks, F, P.I .

Ing at Sebrlng last week. They were l'oIOVtNG-Anyone having a build- any servicable, wearable, sensible 1 and your love to ravaged Europe new, member and given hit lapel I Burr :and Harry King, Red Cross

accompanied by their teacher Miss ing or buildings to move, tee me. garment for any age of either MX; button and copy of "Objects of Rotary worker now giving a course In first

Andre King R. E. Willis. It and shoes, shoes shoes. Bathrobes,. Subscribe for The News ." I aid to the schools 1i

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From where I sit. Joe Marsh
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Every Friday by the
Okeechobee News Co., at Oke ebe> !
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida
How to Greet a 1 ,
c BRYANT BOWDEN ... ..... Editor t s

'r Wounded Soldier' 1'ntrr.: us gwonrt ..I... mittfr Jnly .fI
1. 101. lit the Pont Office In Okeertm-
bee Fin under Act of Mar. 8, 1870. \
Charlie Jenkins got back from And you should have seen him
overseas the other day, discharged pick up! From being scared of J,
One Year In advance ... ...... $200
for wounda...and he meeting people, Charlie got his Six Month In advance ..... ... 1.00
was pretty well banged up. confidence back and soon be Three Month In advance ..... ..78Adwtlnlnir I .1

Naturally, our town felt came his own self again. Mil err nuraMc on tllll .
mighty bad about it.We wanted From where I sit,Doo Walters 1.f ft piirh monfh. Partlca unknown te ;
to sympathize with him and gave ui the right steer. The 1"l1l1ll1er.'t'Iulrpd to pay In art'anc I ,

help him. But Doc Walter set wounded men coming homedon't n..n"'nll'' nottoM In Inral rnlnmn. 11witu .
n lino. TintPi for mlTf.H
Hi straight about that. want our sympathy or our .ln ftirnlnhM on application dan"Iflnit ..
overenthusiastic help. They MT..rM.'tn 11'. 2 rents ear* word
He sold that what Charlie per Inacrtlon. Alt home rirari1ln' enterprlapn -
want to be trented like the rest
wanted most was to be accepted rondnptcd fnr profit areehfrreahle
of us ? with a chance to work at .ailwrtliln rate.
of the .. If .
w one gang again. as -- -- -
and lead a normal life. Andthat's
nothing had happened. So we the least we can offer them. LOST-Two No. 4 Ration Books, 't,
asked him over to pitch horseshoes names Mary Bather Jones, Barbara .

with his good hand, and /1AI. I Ann Jones, near Wise Grocery or 'II
enjoy> a friendly glass of beer c9ce { A &: P Food Store. If found please
and chew the fat like old times.
I return
to local Ration Board or

No. 112 c/a Safer Copyright:1913:InilcJ SMel Dnwen Foundation I owner. Bennie Jones Itp


$1,000 REWARD given free In

Bible Quiz Contest The questionsare

simple and the answers are

\v; : ARE NOT NATURAUY more easy. wine.Everyone' Send who no money makes, address 90 or r e t i

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MECHANICS Quiz, Box 71. Intercession

City. Florida for full Information. "Adding another War Bond ,to your "We've done the same In our family, too,

THAN WOMEN/ collection, eh, Judge?" Judge. We figure the more we buy..the

IV TTTn: rfl'TMT. ? rWTIT 01" "TTT1 "Yes, Josh, I've always looked upon better we equip our men. the quickerthey'll t
NpNN' THE VTVTTT F'omrM TrnirnT iv "vn rtppfyr von OTPWrnoRErc or buying Bonds as one of the best ways older finish their big job and come march

h, CAR tiyALIED f s nhGO m'-v-v TV 'IIANf:- F R4 folks like me here at home can help our ing home again." ,

OJT I7 ANA ITA7EL R:, r'ee'f PMvnvn mi' > fighting men overseas. For the past couple "That's the spirit,Josh.And let's be sure of j

r Fqt PtnlnHff.STANTET > of years I've put every extra cent I had one more thing. Let's be sure that they comeback '
fonnrw nT4 rr'n1, into them not only during the War to the same kind of place they tWhile
n.'..",...., \ Bond drives..but on a regular basis. Of they are away and can't express their opinions,

It nntf>nrt'i' <.nv I,,, PrnTrrlTTnei nffMnt-lf' to the mil course, when there's a drive on I always let's not make any decisions on things that
nf rnmnlnM 'In n inU' for "") .n...... try to buy an extra one or two. are going to concern them in years to come."
fl'"'' In n i-nngf pnndlni 'In the Or.cult .
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rvmntv Florid" n.hr.n| n..I"
THinn-ml I* plnlntlff' and Stan'ov
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oJnll.mun.po"d.y Ctnfntna of
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enid rti>fi>nr1nnt. and the mime I"
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tnto of FlnrldHtint' M. realHnnc -
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NATURALLY IN EVERY COMMUNITY West Pnlm Roach riorlrlnhut' that
afll/1' cfonrlnnt ban peen ahaont from
,Ion Srntn nf Plnrlrtn for more thanalttv
THERE IS AN INSTITUTION THAT dots next prcccertln the filing
of thl. nlt and font thn-o I. nn per"n -
'In eke store nf Florida the .orrtc*
PREDOMINATES IN THE MINDS OF of a anhnnenn u"nn whom irnnM' blnrl
the rtpfcnilnnt' That the lost known
moiling'' ftrtrtreM of the rtcfondanf 'Is
PEOPLE FOR THE SERVICE IT REN- S, Alcoa Pilot e/n Pnatmaater.cw .
"\ York. N, Y, : It la therefore or-
rtorcrt that the said rtcfcnrtnnt. Stanlev
TT. Plamond. be and ho la, herebyroo'ilreil
to anpear to the Bill of Comnlnlnt -
IS DENMARK'S. fllpcl' In said came on or h...
fore the 2nd dn. of April. A. P 1H4otherwlao \
the alloo-ntlona' nf said Bill z
nf CVmnlnlnt win bo taken as con- s0
fc..ed bv said defendant. '. "
It II further ordered that this or.
dor ho TiiihKuheil once a week for
DEtIMARK'SFURNITURE four ronam-ntlve weeks In The Okoechoboo // *YC "y 3'c 9'J 3 a a 4t'%
"Nowa a nowanaoer pnhllshed .. \,..,,
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,I Mummy's desperate souls cry out in need of cheer and comfort-there too,

Is RED CROSS to lift their hearts
withFUZZY your and bring them hope.

KNIGHT Today, in the midst of ravaging wars, your Red Cross faces the

LON CHANEYLATE greatest task in its long history. The humanitarian deeds of serviceit

KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIGHTERS has already performed for our boys at home and abroad would

BUY WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS NEWSCOMING fill your heart with pride-as it has theirs with gratitude But we

must do more. We must keep our Red Cross at the side of our

SOON fighting men and wounded heroes, wherever they may be.

Remember-the RED CROSS has no private funds. Every

I "GASLIGHT" service the Red Cross performs depends upon your private gift.

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK "SHINE ON: HARVEST MOON""THIS So do your part I Reach down in your hearts and give all you can ,

MORE and
IS THE ARMY" 0' give give NOW!


H. McNULTY, President TOKYO"I your
N. RAT CARROLL, Vlee Pres. R. B. MESERVE, Vlc -Pr i.

t B. Meienrt :J. M. Roe, Sr. :J. 0. Pearce Allen Markham
E. M. Moses C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carroll :

i Phone 15 P. P. EVANS : euk M"u"t ,

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Notice ll hereby given that I will
Introduce a Bill In the 1M3: session -II II W* wish to extend our heartfelt
of the Florida Legislature ratifying
confirming and validating the Issuanceof thanks end appreciation for the
$:)I,0I1O InlereBt.hearing Time Warrants acts of kindness messages of Cattle Owners and
sympathy BuyersATTENTION
by the City Council of the The WisteriaGIFT
City of Okeechobee Florida for the and beautiful floral offerings
purpose of maklngr emergency repair. received from
c' our friends and
to the water svstom of cull city.
W. J. IIENDRT.: neighbors during our recent bereavement
Representative ,
In the loss of our father
5 NOTICE By Mor>eyBaby's
SETS varyDe and husband John J. McLaughlin

Notice li hereby given that I The McLaughlin Family

hall Introduce a bill at the session

of the 1945 Florida Legislature providing NOTICE OKEECHOBEE LIVESTOCK MARKETAt
and Gifts Notice ll
j Supplies hereby given that I will i
.1 I that the lum of $11,000 of Introduce a Illll In the 1945 Session I
of the Florida, Legislature: fixing the Okeechobee
I Race Track Revenue or other revenue compenintlon of the members of the
I substituted therefor allocatedto Board of Public Instruction of Okee
Sick Room Supplies chohee County Florida providing the OPENS
Okeechobee County shall be distributed time of payment and repealing all
Inwi In conflict with the provlsloni
direct to the Board of Public of laid Bill.

r Instruction of said county by the W. J HEXDRT.
Easter Cards and Greeting Cards Representative THURSDAY APRIL 5th
state -
proper officials; and providing ----A- ,
the manner In which said funds Notice II hereby given that I will
shall be used by said Board of Public Introduce a Rill In the 1043: Sessionof
: the Florida Legislature providing
Instruction. for all real] estate, owned by the Sale Starts Promptly at 2:00 o'clock
WEEKDAYS: THURSDAYI 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. Masonic Fraternal Organisation, shall
W. J. HENDRY, 8 A.M. to 8:30: P.M. SUNDAY: 8:30: A.M. to 12 M. he exempt from all taxes and assessments .
Representative and authorizing the cancellation
.... Except Thursday and 'Sunday 4 P. M. to 7 P.M. of any taxes and assessmentsnow
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NOTICE outstanding against said property Bring Your Livestock Attend the SaleA.

Notice ll hereby given thnt I will W. J. IIBNDRT.
Introduce a Bill In the 1841 session Representative
of the Florida Legislature filing the
compensation of the Hoard of County
C. McNurlen
Commissioners of Okwchobre Cunty ,
Florida providing the limp end rnpthod .
of payment and, repealing all laws
In conflict with| enld 11111 SALES EVERY THURSDAY

Notice Is hereby NOTICE; given thnt I will Burdick & Carson, Inc., Owners and Operators
introduce a Hill In the 1043: session I
of the Florida Legislature
ising the Board of County ..
loners of Okeechobcv County -

ida conveyance to execute to and former deliver Alllbor'l RISE STEVENS .

County real property of Okewhohee now owned by .. ......_.._......_.. .. ......."........._.................._......_.............................._........... ...._.._!...._.....-. ......._.._.._.._.._.._.......'"
by virtue of I 't
the provlsloni of Chapter 20722. Laws
of Florida.' Aot of loll an amended

by Acts Chapter of 1043 2207ft.where inch f.awa owner of Florida.makes I

application will the Knowing hointitend that of inch mid property ap- I_ Spring Clearance Sale I:

pllcnnt it the time title reverted to

was the County nisrssml or and that taxes sold extended property f 5' METROPOLITAN OPERA AND \

upon the Tax Moils of sold County,
and taxes paid fur all vean subsequent RADIO STARIn
I Ii
C"rlltleole01 to any year Issued for for which the a nonpayment Tax. Beginning Monday March 26 our

of taxes and said former
owner has acted In gory faith and Person at the
had no knowledge until after of any said cerllflcaleol1'alanlIn property i stock of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear will

had reverted to the County: providing

for by the reasonable County charges Commissioners to he assessed for the I SCHOOL AUDITORIUM f Sale at 20% Reduction in II
Issuance of inch deed and when such is) go a

applications are W.to J.he flENDKY considered b In Fort Pierce Florida

Representative.NOTICE 1 price. ,


NOTICE 19 IIEHEHY LAND GIVEN that 8:30 Monday Evening i Sale will continue through week closing

Pursuant to Section 13 (m) Chapter I I20fl,1S
Lawi of Florida. ApIa of 1941, x Saturday Night March 31
and Section 07. Chapter 14717 Lawsof MARCH 26 ''
I Florida] Acts of 1031 ai amendedby :_: \
Section 11, Chapter 20058, Laws of :: COME AND SEE THE BARGAINS WE HAVE \
Florida Acts of D41! nod also pur.uant '
to Section 4-. Chapter 20722.Lawu 2
Under Auspices of the .. '
of Florida] Acts of 1941 as .
amended, by; Section 19 Chapter 22079.
Laws of Florida Acts of 1043. and Fort Pierce Concert AssociationFort i
Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of Pierce Florida DORENA DRESS SHOP
Florida Act of 1041 as amended by ,
Section 2J. Chanter 22079, Laws ot .;-
Florida I Acts of
I described Inndi In 1043.Okeechobee the following County, This announcement is made as a reminder to membership card holders, who are ::MI :_:..:_:_:..:_:_:..:_:_:_:_:_:_:..:_:_:..:_:..:_:_:..:..:-:-:-;.:-:+:-;.;.>-:. (-:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:->->
-i'....', t r Florida to-wlt! obtain choice limited t
To others the
urged to seats early. we regret seating capacity
SHof fiKYt of N\VK. Sec. 29,
Twp, Rge. 83. of 750- has 'been absorbed by advance annual reservations made early In tba a aaon. '
Lot 8, Bak.. Ii. Southern! Pines S/T For any' possible unused or cancelled memberships write or call on the association. '
S'(, of NWU of NEtt Sec. 29, Tax and charter regulations prohibit Individual ticket sales at the door. You are
Twp. 37. KB". 33.:
Lois 1 to 20 Inc., Blk, 20 NorthWest Invited to apply now for reservations for next season Any present season member. I
Addition ships not renewed will be available to new applicants
Loti 0 and 6, Blk. 37, City of Bring Your Cattle and
Okeechobee.Lot The next and final concert performance of the present season will be the Man
12 .Blk 100, City of Okeerhohee. hattan Trio comprising Frances) Magnci, violinist Ardyth Walker cellist and

Lee Hambro pianist, at 8:30: Monday evening April 16th.
Will be offered for sale at public Calves
outcry for the blithest; and best cash to
old subject to the right of the Board .
I of Commissioner of Everalnd"s Pratii- 'NowFOR .
Rile Vatrlct, a-ul/or Bonn! of Comity Make Your Reservations
I ('OI""I\ .hJnIJcr_ ot Okeechohee r, niltv.FlorMn .
to ref:t any and all Lids, nt
the Courthouse, huKlnnlng at 10:00( THE 1945.1946 CONCERT SEASON IN FORT PIERCEA '
o'clock A. M. on the Wth day of :
April l'M3! Easement for drainageand KINGAN & CO.

reclamation be reserved and and road fifty purposeswill percent new series of five superior musical performances by outstanding

(50%) of all oil, gai and mineral
rights will also be reserved. artists, instead of four as heretofore, at the same price of

OK BOAlil EVEHULAEDS OF COMMISSIONER DKA1NAOB: $10 for annual membership, including admission to all concerts.


BOARD OF COUNTY COM-: The following widely known artists ,have been arrangedfor BARTOW

BEE MI-WIONERS COUNTY1 OK FLORIDA.By OKE11IO and definite contracts are being prepared :
ftAULE1tSONClerk ,
] of the Circuit 'ourt of ..
Okeechobee County, FlorId., mixed voices
as agent for said Boards. Metropolitan Quartet,
By Sophronla Pease

Deputy Clerk Thomas L. Thomas, baritone Barbara Troxell, soprano


Okeechobee County: Florida March ,16, 1943. Alec Templeton, pianist Frances Magnes, violinist

pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter Cash Market
1H2WI.: Lawi of Florida Arts of 1U37. These artists are now available, but If circumstances require any substitutions Daily
known ai the MURPHY ACT. and In members will be given concerts of equal desirability
pursuance of Chapter 20433, Laws of
Florldu, Arts of 1041 known as the ""* of the auditorium 150 of these
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE! DIS. Membership Is limited to 750 the seating capacity
..' TR1CT ACT the following described are reserved for students under 18 at half pries or $5 each. The balance of 800 are
land, situated In Everglades! Drainage available for adults at $10. The present 1944-45 season memberships are oversubscribed.You .
District In Okeechohee Comity Florida for the next season 1945-1948 tnt Convenient '
send in reservation at ones
are urged to
< will be offered for sale at public ,,, your
outcry for the highest and best rash "order to provide sufficient funds on hand to guarantee the execution of contracts for
but subject to the right of the Trustees the best possible talent available at this time. I
of the Internal Improvement Fund
and of the Board of Commissioners ofEvergladei Present season memberships not renewed will be available to new applicants. Early

any and all Drainage bids' at District the Courthouse to reject reservations mean a wider choice of superior talent. The purpose and object of the '
hetrtnnlng at 10'00 o'clock A. M. on the association Is to provide the greatest possible value In musical education and entertain CourteousNo
10th day of April, 1043. As to all ment to members for the moderate annual fee of $10. This Includes admission to all
lands outside the corporate limits of below the for this type of musical talent
any municipality ai of this date live performances. The COlt Is well average
title to one half of all petrollum and and number of concerts. Send your reservation now.
three-fourths of other mineral will
be reserved by Trustees of the Inter FORT PIERCE CONCERT ASSOCIATION .
nol Improvement Fund I If lands are Horton's Book Store P. O. Box 719
within said limits of Shrink
corporate as
this date the reservation applies but 122 North 2nd Street! Fort Pierce, Florida
privilege to explore mine and devel-
- - -
ope will be conducted on and un- - - - - ,.
der land only with the consent ot
the surface owner. Easement for .'
road right of way 200 feet wide will Fort Pierce Concert AssociationHorton'e .
be reserved by cold Trustee from 719 No
Book Store, P. O. Commission
any parcel through which there Is an
existing state road I and easement for 122 North 2nd St., Fort Pierce, Florida
drainage and reclamation ..nltor
road purposes will be reierved by the Check Is enclosed for 1945-46 memberships Including admission to five concert performances
Hoard of Commissioners of Everglades as follows)
Drainage District.
8 10 ft of Lot 8, Blk. Y, South

I Lot Okeechohee.1. Ulk. A, Wright's Second .'. /. .".. .. .. adult memberships it. $10 each In the following names .

Addition. ,

BOARD OF EVERGLADES OF COMMISSIONERS DRAIN .. ... . .. . .. ... .. .. .. .. ...... ... ,, .. .... .. ... .. .


TRUSTEES IMPROVEMENT OK ':THB INTERNAL FUND ... ... .. ... .. ...... .. .......... ...... .. ... .... .. ............,..... .... 1. .. .

By ROY R. RAULERSON. Agent ........... .. student memberships at $5 each for persons under 18 as follows!
for Trustees of the Internal Im.
provement Fund and for Board

of Drainage Commissioners District of Okeochobes Everglades -'..', .". ... .. .... ......... .j. .., .... .. .t. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .... .... ...... .. .. .. .

County, Florida. Name ................ It... It.. .It...., .M..,. e..'..... KINGAN & CO.

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