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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 30, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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News of Our Boys BRIDGE POINT:" PARTY HONORING AT CANAL MRS. A. Leo GreenburgerIs MRS.HAS SAPIIROMA RESIGNED PEASE AS DEPUTY Cattle Auction Sales Will Again Be


B. :McKlNNON LAST WEEK CLERK OF COURT HERE

In Various Camps Chairman to Held Here Beginning Thursday April i

Mrs A B. :McKlnnon waa the Mrs Saphronla Pease, who has

At Home & Abroad guest of honor at a bridge party Collect Clothing been Court Deputy In the office Clerk of of Clerk the Roy Circuit R. l 5 With Burdick & Carson Operators

given last week by Mrs. E. H. Wai- I I
Raulerson for the past four yeare.h. -- -

Sergeant John H Walker, who Se-ti ston at her home In Canal Point. There has been an Instant response .. resigned that position and returned -(i I CONCERT AT FT. PIERCE Burdick &; Carson Inc., of West

stationed at Hendrlcks Field Those attending from Okeechobeewere to the request for clothingfor to her former home In North I j I BY MISS RISE STEVENS Palm Beach 'announce this week

bring pent Saturday and Sunday :Mrs McKinnon, Mr. II. H. war-torn Europe, by the United Carolina. Before she left Sunday I. HEVRD: BY LOCAL PEOPLE that all plans have been completedfor

her visiting his parents, Mr. and I Raulerson, Mrs J. R. Minehan, Mrs. National Clothing Collection Mrs, Pease said that she expectedto. the opening here next Thursdayof
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Mrs. J. II Walker, Jr. and family. Roy Raulerson. Mrs McKinnon was through Its local chairman and return to Okeechobee later and A capacity audience including a the Dixie Cattlemen's Association

given a guest prize while Mrs. Roy committees. I make her permanent home. number from Okeechobee heard sales pens. They have leased

Mr I. Morris Barnett received a Raulerson awarded high received She has been succeeded 'deputy
score has
was
husband Leo Greenberger as Miss Rise Stevens In a concert at the pens under a five year, lease.

letter this week from her prize and :Mrs. Minehan won the several very genrous contributions clerk by Miss Doris Gardner of the school auditorium In Fort Pierce In making this announcement they
which he
Private Morris Barnett, In cut prize.Large. which will be stored In the room Okeechobee |I stated that they believe Okeechobee
I Monday evening. Including encores
he li In Italy and hat
says now I In the old Albert hotel donated by v '
: is
I at the Insistence of the audience : the most centrally located place

been transferred from the infantryto I Nathan Zelmenovitz for that pur nineteen vocal selections ;'In the cattle section of the state
the engineering department He Crowd WasIn I Lieut. H. T Bass were,_pres-
Here will be sorted and i
pose. they ented These Included and these 'sales should draw cattle
,I operatic. selections -
,
hi wonders If he will ever be
says I packed by a committee of which I 1 1 i arrangements from Brahms from Palm Beach Martin, St. Lucie,
able to sleep on a bed that has Attendance AtParkerson's Jr. Was Killed In I
under It again. the Rev. W. R. Howell Is chairman, and Strauss as well as other diversified Osceola, Glades and Highlands counties -

springs __ and sent to headquarters in New I numbers designed to provide because it is the closest market

Camp r----Blinding Fin, I Party York City : Action In GermanyA 'a well balanced program pleasingto to the cattle owners of those coun

I' I Ii The second week in April will be all. ties.
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This concert was the third In a However the cattleman who has

DeaF Bryantl (Uii i OIK luimliiil BU "ts attended Week" all over the nation, but you telegram wa received from the series of four given by the Fort something; to sell should bear In
I reading The News-
always enjoy
the bit Ihllu party| given on Monday need not wait until then to look War Department the first of the Pierce Concert Association The mind that it takes cattle to make
sometimes I fall to receive all the I
evening b\ (', II. Parkurson to for your donations. The amount of week announcing that Lieut H. T, I next and final program of the .present the buyers go to any market to
copies, I that It l Is the
presume his friend. Three long tables were clothing needed for a minimum covering Bass, Jr.. had been killed in action season will be the Manhattan buy. Therefore those who have/cat-
heavy burden on the malls in this
set in the Southland Grill with the of the ragged people In liberated while fighting Inside Germany on Trio on Monday April 16 tie for sale should have them on
time of war that prevents the
regular table for distinguished guests areas, now completely destitute :March 15. N'o further details were This consists of Frances Magnes, hand here }ext Thursday and help
delivery I wanted you to know I
across the end of the room bearingthe of decent or even exlstant given. violinist, Ardyth Walker, cellist and make the opening day the largestever
that I am always glad to have a
three-tiered and gaily decorated clothing amounts to five poundsfor Lieutenant Bass was born at Kissln'mee j Lee Hambro, pianist. held at these pens. There will
copy and particularly to read of the
cake-which, however, bore no candles ; every man woman and child In thirty-four jears ago but V be plenty of buyers on hand for the
Boy in Service.It .
to give away secrets, amcrlca, so try to contribute at moved with his parents, Mr. and occasion.

may Interest you to know that Carl Durrance welcomed the least five pounds for each member Mrs H t. Bass Sr., to Okeechobee J. 0. Wolff Was Auction sale of cattle at
I pens
Fete (Peter III) has been in the I I
guests for "Parky", and Hiram Rau- of your family and then some more many years ago and had lived her helps to create) a market for a gradeof
hospital In France, but letter
on
my I lerson responded W. J. Hendry, l I to make up for those who, even In since. He attended the Okeechohee In Charge of cattle for the raiser that he can-
Sunday past, says that he would be
acting as toastmaster introducedthe our untouched and fortunate AmerIca High school from which he graduated i!; not find otherwise and they always
dismissed the following day. He
out-of-town guests and called have no clothes to spare later attending college at bring top price and is therefore of
had flown sixty-five missions for
upo"n many local men during the Fred Wilson Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Stetson Engineering School at De-1:j Rotary Program untold value\ In the marketing of
which he was awarded the Air Medal
evening to speak. Many of the responses Ingruham Mr!:, and :Mrs Nathan Land where he graduated in 1933 I cattle
and two Silver Clusters
(each
,were extremely witty although Zelmcnovitz, Mr and :Mrs S. R.Raltanider. He entered the army April 7, 1942 ; The new operators of the cattle
representing 25 missions) and three ; I J. 0. Wolff, in charge of the program -
most of them lampooned the :Mr. and :Mrs W. J. and the first of 1943 he entered I sales pens expect to hold a sale each
Gold Clusters (each representing j for the Rotary ,club on Tuesday -
i host unmercifully, as also did manyof Hundry and Mr. and Mrs: Leo Officers Candidate School where he Thursday and will have someone at
five missions). He was promoted pulled a fast one on the members I
the which Mr. Parkerson Gieenberger those who graduated with a commission as'
in November to First Lieutenant. I gifts are among I and instead of furnishing a the pens every day to take care of
unwrapped for exhibition later in have already met the above Second Lieutenant He was sent I weighing cattle and hogs at
speaker for. the occasion he had any
He sent his medal to me along I re-I
the evening. quest. There will be overseas in October 1943 and landedIn
many time someone has them to weigh.
I each member his called
was
with a beautiful French bracelet of I' as name I
Prof C. :M. Williams was In to report next week, and please Ireland where he wax stationed In discussing the opening of these
make minute
which I am proud. I a one speech on any
very ,charge of the and mothers of children until his outfit went to France In ,
program introduced you young renumber subject The results were fairly pens Mr. Carson stated that he and
I hope to get down to Okeechobee
I Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace that the babies suffer more July 1944, He was attached to the j ludicrous Mom Wallace timekeeper Mr. Burdick expected to move to
was .
some time In the near future. Fleaseremember'ine : I
who" played several selections on the than grown-ups, and give the outgrown Fifth Division of the Third Army I disqualifying member Okeechobee as soon as possible and

to all my'friends. 'I accordion''and\ tenor mandola, and Hothln& of 'ytiur 'tf\vn happy under Ge.>thl Pa t<>ft. who wee Tn "the middle any"of''a 'sen oul4- make this ,their permanent

Sincerely \ I led group singing. Miss Iris Conrad babies; the little garments may After his arrival In France he was \ tence when the cow bell rang for home

Elizabeth Tomasello ,sang "I'll Be Seeing You" beautifully have a sentimental value for you, | pro'noted to First Lieutenant which Y
V time and also two members who I
without accompaniment. Mrs but they would have a life-or-death rank he held at tHe time he was \
thought they would beat the game
Headquarters 13th AAF Southwest
Pacific Okeecho- \ J. :M Roe and Mrs. Tom Casey led practicality for some desperate killed. \ by speaking from their seats Instead Miss Audre King
(Special to
the singing of Auld Lang Sync with mother in Greece or Belgium. While on furlough In August 1943 of .

bee News colonel)-whose A retired long Army service lieutenant end--\ which the occasion ended.A "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto he married, Miss Mary Raiford hereon I going visitors to the to podium.The the meeting were Was Honored At

the least of these" let make August 22.Lieutenant .
delicious turkey dinner was us the board of honorable judges,
ed before he could the
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fight Jape served under the supervision of :Mrs. that the theme of our help to the ; Bass was a member awarding first prize to Prof. C. M,

finally has taken a crack at the Parkerson, who with her aide, was pitiful victims of war.Womans I of the Okeechobee Methodist church l I Williams and second to Dr. Maupai! Party Saturday
the
r-ape-thanka to cooperation of
called in from the kitchen to receive V and was a steward In that church I I The prizes were a tiny white rabbit
Staff Sergeant Elliott H. Lott
a
13th AAF Liberator a standing vote of thanks and I at the time he went to the. army. I I and a little yellow duck both In Miss Audre King, bride-elect, was
from
gunner : SocietyThe He is survived by his "' life, Mrs.
appreciation those who assisted her
; neat adorned with ribbon
Okeechobee, Florida ; cages a the guest of honor at a lovely tea
were Irla Conrad, Laura Hilsamer, III. T. Bau, Jr., father and mother,
The lieutenant bow, and the two winners, illustrating given onSaturday afternoon by
colonel ia BarneyL. bin and :Mrs. H. T. Bass, Sr., one I I
June Alderman, Elsie :Man Conrad,
Meeden, :Millbrae California Woman's Society of Christ[ the human inability to be satisfied !Miss Rena Burt, Miss Shirley Davis
retired -
sister, Miss : all of j
:Mary Virginia Swain Elizabeth Marguerite Bass : I
with fate swapped prizes as and Miss Kathleen McCarthy at the
from the Army for physical ian Service of the Methodist church II
Swain Ellen/ Ha/elicf Okeechobee and many other relatives I
Mary Polly I
soon as the meetng was over. McCarthy home
disability shortly after Pearl Har held their business and social meet
Gay Greenberger, Bessie Mae Kaif and friends. The visitors were Calvin Drawdy Miss King teacher of home econ
bor March church
when he completed 23 years of ing on 27th at the
V
service snider, Virginia Parkerson Mrs annex G. 0. Wallace Louis Scharfswerdt, omics at Okeechobee High, wore an

Colonel Meeden was a member of I Ella Conrad, !Mrs. H. E. Brass Mrs :Mrs. Omar Hunt gave the devo RED CROSS.. C. E. Woods and C. R. Boyle, the aqua crepe spring print with white

II. L. Walker !Mrs C. H. Parkerson, I new county agent, previously of Co- accessories, and of
a pink
corsage
the U. S. tional service
military mission that supervised using an especially Special gifts to the Red Cross :
Clarence H. Ellis Eastern Division .i coa, where he was a member of the carnations and sweetheart roses.Her .
'
fitting from
the 40th
reconstruction in Japan following passage chap- war fund continue to be handed in,
manager for the Florida power I i Cocoa Rotary Club. wedding to Staff Sergeant Dur-
the disastrous earthquakeand ter of Isaiah as her text. and the membership roll Is growing I j

flood In 1924. The "grateful" and Light Company, headed the Mrs Harry Elledge was in chargeof daily !|I Prof. Williams read a letter fromJ. wood Haynes, of Pensacola will\ take
delegation of officials and employees
Japanese government decorated him the program. The topic was (i The Okeechobee schools contributed -' Hooper Wise, chairman othe place early In May.
of that who attended
with the high-ranking Medal of the company "Three Lives", being the story of $5700 this week through Mrs. I j Florida Committee of the Southern Miss McCarthy received the guests
the party from nearby towns. He
Cross. three nurses showing the far-reach J. H. !McCranie's efforts Principal Association of Colleges and Second- with Miss King, and Miss Burt and
spoke of the difficulties under
After the Pearl Harbor attack, ing influence of Christian missionary I I Ida Cooley's colored school sent in I Ii I j ary Schools In which he stated that Miss Davis served delicious punch
which they must function In I'
Colonel Meeden tried to think of a now schools $21.00, with the I larger of the two Okeechobee High was approvedi dainty sandwiches, cookies and
spite of which extensions of
suitable way to return the medal. many Following a routine business I colored schools still to be heard i, without qualification for the year salted nuts. A pastel color schemewas
facilities Okeechobee
benefitting are I
Then his son, Lieutenant Barney meeting Mrs W. B. Jennings and from. Calvin Drawdy contributed 1 1944-45, adding words of praise that carried out In spring flowers

Gray of the aviation engineers, when under way and many more planned Mrs D. W. Cassel from the Belle I $5.00, the Eastern Star $5.00, Roscoe high standards of work and achieve- flower-shaped cookies Iced In pastel
supplei and
wrote that he was stationed at the again available. manpower are Bennett circle served fruit punch, Bass $2500.Names 1! ment had been maintained during shades, and napkins, In the same

Dutch East Indies base from which : cakes and nuts from a most attract- added to the list of special these abnormal times by Prof. Williams soft colors with the names of the
Mr. Parkerson had a stack of
13th AAF Liberators took off on Iveljiiet table. gift donors to the Red Cross war and his 'staff. This is no honoree and her friends In silver
boxes, which hid him from view to
their deadly raids against the Philippines The entire meeting was saddened 11 fund this past week are Mr. and small honor for Okeechobee since The bridal motif was emphasized
open and show and was assisted by
Bill Hendry. The gifts ranged from by the news of the deaths from Mrs C. M. Williams, $10; Mrs Mattie many schools much larger have not I I by a almulated'altar of Easter lilies

"The honorable Nips are low on overseas, yet Inspired and comforted C. McCranle Miss Rena Burt, been approved this year, and orchids, centered by a miniature -
the
sublime the
to extremely ridiculous -
. scrap metal" Colonel Meeden wroteto by faith and the beautiful hopeof Mrs. Mary Bass, Mrs Helen Wong- W. I. Lawson added considerable bride and groom
but it was obvious that as
his eon enclosing the medal. far Immortality shared by every ray Mrs. J. D. Northwood Mr. and amusement to the meeting by stating Guests enjoying this particularly
as shirts ties and haberdashery
"Give 'tm this hunk of Junk with are concerned member Mrs. Harry Elledge Mr.; F F.: Burr that he had gone to the trouble ; pretty occasion, were Mrs. Wayne
Mr. Parkerson Is
my compliments. I outfitted until his next birthday.The These present were' Mrs H. H. Mrs Omar Hunt Mr. and !Mrs R. and expense of looking up recordsto I. Aho, Mrs H. T. Bass, Jr., Miss Mar-

Gray asked Sergeant Lott and I Raulerson Mrs W. B. Jennings E. Link Mr. and Mra,' Tom Casey see which birthday anniversaryj'>I jorle Coker Mrs. T. W. Conely Jr.,

other members of hf*'- crew If they I party was a great success Mrs Nathan Zelmenovltc Mrs. Bry- C. F. Jenkins, and W. I. Lawson all Chief Parkereon has just celebrated, I I I Mrs. A. W. Davis, Mrs. Ruth Dopp
producing plenty of fun and good
would attach the medal to a thous I humer and good wishes. As ant Bowden Mrs Harry Elledge: $500 each. | which information he was willing Mrs. Ernest Hunt, Mrs Omar Hunt s
one
and-pound bomb destined for Jap Mrs D. W. Cassel Mrs John Mc- The fund now practically complete to sell at a nominal sum There Mrs C. F. Jenkins, Mrs M. 0. Kent,
guest remarked It all
targets In the Philippines "It will 'I and was sweetness Neil, Mrs. Omar Hunt Mrs. Tom totals over $1500, a record to were however no bidders for this Mrs. J. H. McCranie, Mrs D. R. Mo-

be a pleasure," replied the Okeecho i i I Florlda-Power-and-Llght.V Casey Mrs. C. H. Parkerson Mrs. I be proud of. ,. Important news Item.R. Nell, Mrs John McNeil Mrs H. H.

bee gunner. I I CATHOLIC CIIURCH SERVICE P. P. Evans, Mrs R. E. Link Mss V I A. Burgess will be In chargeof Raulerson, Mrs. J. M. Roe and*Mrs.

And that's how Colonel Meeden. There will be Easter Services at A. H. Amorine Mrs W. L. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs J. W Norris announce next week's meeting Paul Wongrey,

took his crack at the Japa.V I the Catholic church here Sunday Mss W. A. Lawson, Mrs C, F. Jenkins the arrival of a baby boy, V Mrs. J. M. Elliott'V of Pahokee was

-- I morning at eight o'clock. Father Mrs F. W. Zander, )Mrs.\ Wade I born at the Fort Pierce hospital J. T. Hancock, who ia employed at a visitor spending yesterday In

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Link were visitors I I Beerhalter of Fort Pierce 1'11cOn\ Snell Mrs. Cora Peters, Miss Jo lilt Friday night.. Mrs. Norris and Everglades City, spent Sunday and i Okeechobee the guest of Mr. and

spending Saturday and Sunday ,, duct the services, All those who Parrish, Mrs W R. Howell and Mrs. baby will\ return to their home here Monday here with )Mrs.\ Hancock find l I Mrs. H. T, Base and Miss Marguerite

In Bradenton. wish are cordially Invited to attend. D. R. McNeil. I Sunday, children ite .

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To our Dear Friends In Okeechobee I

Published Every Friday If life Is sacred It should not be :' The WisteriaPOUND
Okeechobee Newt Co., at I allowed to perish. True, the body
bee, Okeechobe. County, will return to dust from whence it

BRYANT BOWDEN ........ came, but the remembrance of the I
life should continue. PECAN ROLL .u__._. $1.50
Entered al second rinse :
1. 1014 Rt ttio Post Office In Some one has said: "We are not ,
bee Flu, under Act of Mir._ dead until we are forgotten." My EASTER BUNNIES ______unm $2.75
SUBSCRIPTION 'I) f dear friends, as a last tribute to our
One Tear In advance ...... only and beloved son Albert Jr., I
Six Month In advance ....
Three Month In advance who gave his best and all\ for his WE WILL BE OPEN
I country, we want as he would his
Advertising; bill are ,, friends and loved ones to rememberthat
Partial
lilt nf each month.
pnhllsliers required to pay In I he will live In their minds and SUNDAY APRIL 1st
a I hearts of all those who are his ,
I friends and his loved ones.

THE GAD- I many God kindnesses bless all of and you the for followingare your From 8:00: A. M. to 10:00 A. MA

By Marjorie D Wall"" I verses to our son's friends:

Mr. Joseph : ONLY
CompensationI'd
la progressing and
lumber piles are like to think when life is done
let n all rise and sing, : That I have filled a needed post;
the Corner Where You I That here and there I paid my fare
Having stung Joe 1 With more than Idle talk and boast;
many occasions, the -(\ '
That I had taken gifts divine,
to fan his heated brow
The breath of life and manhood fine,
wings and give credit d
And tried to use them now and then,
la due, and while In this i
In service of my fellow men, e
mood I also note that

old rusty tin cans In Joe'a I'd hate to think when life is through ARE NO
fenced land between his old That I had lived my round of years
new places of business, i A useless kind that leaves behind DOUBLE JOINTED

clearing up neatly around N'o record In this vale of tears PEOPLE -
location, that he hopes to
lumber yard to that one + That I had wasted all my days
a two-by-four now and M By treading only selfish ways I WISH

that he says, given time, ; they And that this world would be the I WAS
the itar pupil In the class of same, DOUBLE
JOINTED.
So now, Joerelax.Apropos : to If it had never known my name. >t .t

of Parky'a I'd like to think that here and there a
elsewhere reported In The When I am gone there shall remainA ,
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was amused at the
happier spot that might have not
of expressing admiration Existed had I toiled for gain.
fection by hurling insults i
host and lat there I I That someone's cheery voice and .aawaovriWw

at the stream of amiable I smile
and partly at the picture I Shall prove that I had been worth

mind of what would while; IF YOU'VE ALWAYS WISHED FORA
bunch of women followed That I had paid with somethingfine

technique. There wouldn't PLACE WHERE STANDARDS ARE
hair left In the whole '' :My debt to God and a life divine.

gathering to comb over 1 -Poem by Edgar A. Guest HIGH, THE WILL TO PLEASE STRONG
TUberCU'I'
bald spot. This I :Mr. and Mrs Albert Berka
AND MERCHANDISE AND VALUES
m entirely a male forming V
they can take It as well that CARD OF THANKSWe DENMARK'S
JUST RIGHT, PATRONIZE
out. But the ladies, God keep -
get mad. by sincerely thank all of our
Next week there'a for lo friends for the lovely flowers and

ing of the city council, I visits and messages of condolence.We DENMARK'SFURNITURE
again: I am hoping, with a one I know H. T. would be so pleased.
I
ting shabby around the SMILING"e! to be :Mrs II. T. Bass, Jr.
being kicked around, that Mr and Mrs II T. Bass, Sr. ,\ I
Marguerite Bass Phone 115 f
cilmen will do something nom-
Mrs. E E. RaifordNEEDLECRFT
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making a : ,
city an official matter. I i ; V
doubt that my insistence I : II. n.I CLUB
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coming tiresome-but It I I :Mrs The Needlecraft Club was entertained --

tiresome as the junk I act as I at the home of Mrs K. E. I : !
I have a theory, perhaps the Stello on Wednesday afternoon.Owing .
ed, but certainly logical I be to war conditions they had I r- !
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thi so ugly places were j next had no regular meetings for a year.A .

Horn our main streets, it will be I II very pleasant social hour was enjoyed MORTGAGE
au rage all those who :Mrs. after which the hostesses,
of business or homes in I I I !' :Mrs. Stello and Mrs D. W. Cassell,

..,.,...; on ; served delicious refreshments. Those
: been attending were Mrs. F. W. Zander, I
I the I :Mrs W. R. Son mer, Mrs W. B. I
U I Jennings, Mrs. Susie Arrhenlus, :Mrs .
of the
Gilbert I i not j I: W. A. Lawson, and hostesses Mrs.


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the enlargement of the Indus with government regulations governing NOTICE: -
great
New Auction Notice Is hereby given that I will
Sales try throughout South Florida, the the association Introduce a Hill In the 1MB session
of the Florida Legislature ratifying,
i grade of stock Is definitely on the Under Burdick and Carson the confirming and validating the issuance

I upswing. And the better grades of market U open to everyone and Is of 130,000 Inler"otben.h'l1'Ime War- Cattle Owners and BuyersATTENTION
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of the
(Tlff'i Sunshine Special, rants by the City Council
beef are found In South Florida. not confined only to members as City of Okeechohoe Florida for the
Palm Beach) of maklntr emergencv repairs
purpose
Cattlemen say the stock now being was the sale when conducted by the to the water avatcm of said city
Two local bualness E. A.
men,
grown in this end of the peninsula Dixie Livestock Association W. J. HBNDRY,
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Burdick and W. F. Canon of Bur- Representative
is definitely superior to that foundIn V
dick and Carson, Inc., are to be NOTICE
North Florida 11,000 REWARD fiver free In

complimented on their foresight In Notice la hereby given that I
Bible Quiz Contest. The questions
the nearest
But since last July
the revival of the Okeechobse Livestock

e ,' general livestock market to this are simple and the answers are shall Introduce a bill at the session OKEECHOBEE LIVESTOCK MARKETAt
Market auction sales, Thursday -
makes 90 of the 1915 Florida Legislature pro i
area has been that In Kisalmmee easy, Everyone who or 1

sales, April will\ 5 follow., at Okeechobee. Weekly and that Is more than a hundred more wins. Send no money, address viding that the sum of $11,000 of Okeechobee

Bible Quiz, Box 71, IntercessionCity Race Track Revenue, or other rev
miles removed from Okeechobee, a OPENS
Burdick and Carson throwing
are Florida, for full Information. enue substituted therefor, allocatedto
In this
cattle
a wide loop throughout cattle Interests -I I great growlng'center y Okeechobee County shall be die
day of gasoline shortage the Bur
In South Florida with the revival -
Share the advantages of airmail tributed direct to the Board of Public
of this auction sale. Nearly :, dick and Carson setup should prove THURSDAY APRIL 5th
with others-us* V-Mali. Instruction of said county by the
a boon to those interested in the ,
700 cattle raisers this
throughout I
proper state officials; and providing

end of the peninsula have been con I industry. I NOTICE' the manner In which said funds
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tacted, and scores have shown the I They will have as their auctioneer I Introduce Notice Is i hereby Bill\ In given the 1945 that: Session I will shall be used by said Board of Pub- Sale Starts Promptly at 2:00 o'clock

deepest interest In the market. The Col A. C. McNurlen, known throughout ; of the Florida Legislature fixing the lie Instruction.
I I compensation of the members of the
owners and operators candidly admit Florida as one of the best auctioneers Board of Public Instruction of Ole W. J. HENDRY,

that it will take full coopera In the state. The colonel chohee time of County payment, Florida and providing repealing the all RepresentativeNOTICE

tion of not only the cattle raisers Is from Umatllla and has officiated laws In conflict with the provisions -. Bring Your Livestock Attend the SaleA
of said BilL
but'the buyers to make the livestock I at the brahama sale In Ocala, the W. J HE mRY.
Representative Notice Is hereby given that I will
auction sales a success. But they I Klsslmmee Kales, and many others ---- Introduce a Bill In the 1041! : session

have the fullest confidence In the held down through the yers. 1 NOTICE' of the Florida Legislature) fixing the C. McNurlen, Auctioneer
Notice Is hereby given that t will\ compensation of the Hoard of County
project because there Is a definite The Okeechobee Live Stock Mar. I Introduce a Bill In the 1049 Session \ Commissioners of Okeechobee Cunty,
Florida providing' the time and method -
of
the Florida Legislature providingfor SALES EVERY THURSDAY
need for such a market. ket was established by the DixieCattlemen's I all real estate owned by the of payment and repealing all laws
Masonic Fraternal Organization shall I I In conflict with soil, Bill
South Florida is Into Its
coming Association and
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operated W. J. TlENDRY, \
Im exempt from all taxes and assessments
own as a cattle country. Where successfully at Okeechobee. I end authorizing the cancellation I Representative

range cattle once was about the This is a cooperative associationbut now of outstanding any taxes: against and assessments said property NOTICE Burdick & Carson, Inc. Owners and Operators
I Notice Is hereby that I will
only live stock known in Florida, the auction sale was not oper- W. J. HENDIIY. Introduce, a mil In given the 1045 session

cattlemen have long since found ated under the rules for a "co-op," \ Representative of the Florida Legislature author .
-- ising the Hoard of County Commlaalonera -
that a better grade of stock pays \ so the "Dixie" had to shut down NOTICE: OF APPLICATION of Okcoohnhpp County Florida
l to execute and deliver deeds of
big dividends The result II with the market last July In accordance \ I-OR TAX I1FKII \ conveyances, to former owners of \
Notice li hereby liven that Earnest owned said
real property now hv
(' holder of the following
01 the ;
Okeechotiee virtue of
County of hv
I certificates him filed snlil rcrtlflcntea \ the provlalona nf Chapter 20722. Laws
fur a tnx deed to be Issued thereon amended KATE SMITH askedto ,
nf Florida, Act of mil an

tb, From where I sit.&y Joe Marsh I The Issuance certificate, the description numbers and of the years property of hv Acts Chapter of ion, 22071)where Laud such owner of Florida makeaapnllcntton

and the names In which It was
showing that auch property
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assessed urn an follnws : the hotnefitcfld\ of unlil flppllcant this
was write
Certlftoatea No. 200 MM 2007
I at the time title reverted to messageon
of Issuance 1041.Pescrlntlon ,
year
the Coiintv.. or that snit property

Bert Loses the WarSingleHanded I Lots 6, T. 8 of and property 0, Elk. :22 RIvet I vns Aaa I.I., coil taxes extended,
upon the Tax Italia of said County
aide Park Add Fats !
Used
and taxes paid for nil yearn subsequent Saving
I Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Elk 2:% RIver. to any year for which a Tax
o "Me Park Add
Cirllfloat" was !.iuc'l for the non-
1 Name In which aancssed, Ernest ,I pimncnt of taxea and anld former
Cox and Unknown. i I ban. acted In god faith and
All of anld property being In the owner had knowledge of any certificate "The help of every woman is needed in sauna

Bert Childer's house burned From where I sit, there's amoral Un Cnunty. of Okeerhnhee. State of Flor. outstanding no until after said property used Ms for hundreds of battlefield and home-

down last week and the only in Ben's experience. A lot had reverted to the County : providing'
nloss such certificate or oertlfl- for reasonable charges to be assessed front essentials. But tome of us don't know all

good thing that came out of it of us feel we've got the fires of law rates the shall property lie redeemed) described aoonrdlnsr In pitch to hv the County Commissioners for the the ways we can do it. Here are a few points I've
It cured him this under control. that 'Issuance nf such' deed and when such
was of swearing. war certificate, or certificate will lie sold applications are to be considered.V found helpful."-Kate Smith

Bert just couldn't think of we can relax a little, maybe let t i, ?a the" ,i MihP".1A,. the hMder first nt Mnnditv the court In \ J. HEN: PRY.

words to fit the occasion, so he up on buying bonds, donating the month of Muv 1<\.|,\, which I la the I Representative .
7lh dnv nt May, 104.1.:\ I i __ ,
Just gave up. blood, or fighting Inflation. NOTICE OF INTFNTHIN: TO SELL
Pitted thin 21rd day: of March, : LAND I
Bert admits it was his own Just like Bert lost his fight I 1 i ( SERI! I HOY K: IIAI'l.lm 1946,1 I NOTICE IS IIKKEBY GIVEN that

fault. Started with a field fire Clerk Oroiilf Court ofnkpechobrc I Pursuant to Section' 15 (II, Chapter I I"ii'iv. "
the fire lose this /
against we can .I County, Floridaix taws of rinrldn Acts of 1111uuil e ,
which he thought he had under fight against our enemy if we let --HF-CIRCUIT- COI-HT- -OP TTTlI--- I Sniloii (17. Chapter, 11717. Law

control, and when he turned his down now. Because war, like \ NINTH .TUPimt, cirtcrTTFTOHTn 011' I of hr Florida Section 11.Acts Chnpter of 1H31 20n.s:ss amended Laws of

back a minute for a breathing fire, Is never over till the last \. 1'1I,"'0.v FORCOTNT' r "IVr ORrv.CIIOBSF 'r'' Y,. Florida Acts of 1W1, and also pnr.n -,

pell, the fire sprung up twice as spark Is extinguished.fierce. CAPE 1"0 010 i Idleo::i I of to riorld:, tlen i 4.Acts Chapter of 1111 20722 asemu <

By the time the firemen \ HAZEL E. DIAMONP 1 "leil In <'*minn| t'l Chnpter SSIT! asia. lraY.ny 3 3st

arrived, there wasn't much that (lu .. Plaintiff > ,i I toot rorlilii Acts "f 1IIIS\ and if
Joe -, TS. > 'tlni 41 (bnl'I" 207:.'. Inca of '
they could do. I STANIEY n. nuvoNmPefonrfnf.fr Fln'idn.\ Acts nf HIH, us nmenili bloetli.n ;
21' Chniner 22H71(' I nn a otKlorldn.
1 OPDFR OF PrnllCATIOV I I ; Act of 11H1 the fnllnwliudeserllied i \
No. 106 0/0 Series Copyright 1945, Unikd Stolet DrI -. FaanhOam It n" i< of Com"'nlnt. In a suit for rii-rliln to,nit : ,
.. In i cause pen'llntr In tlio 1'11"\\ 1'1' ''tlt NK -
I I \ cult Court. In and for OVeophnbceCrttinfi Twp 17, Ilge n. ales
I rtnrldnrein Hwol KTMnmonn1 I ot 8. Blk 1 Southern Pines S/P r r
'. plnlfUff and Stan'eyTT Sty of !N11'4 of .NE%. Sec! 21)
": Plamoti 1 I IN dn' ""Innf that dllliront Twp. 37. lien s.l
soared soil 'Innnlrv have been Lots 1 to 21) Inc, nik. 2(1( NorthWest -
made tn '.'''ver he residence of Addition' '
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Your Cattle and said defendant end the some Ii lola n stud (I, Blk. 37 City: of k
Bring
set forth a" '. knownthat said Okprl.bohoe
defendant '. n resident of the
lot 12. Blk. inn. City of Okeeehobee -
''tnte of v'', din, flint his' residence MANY WOMEN SAY "But 1 never have fats W over."
I Is 42ft V nh. Plrle TTIirhwav. Will bo offered for stir at ptlhll
Calves to west Pnlm Pench Flnrldn : but that outcry for the hlchcsf mil heat < ni.Id .'" Certainly good economy to re-use your fats but therL'a always

said defendant tins been absent from aublect to He, rliht of the tloiintiif some left over even after that,..and that little is more important
the state' ..f FloridA for more than 'Or.,,inils.lnneia of Everulnd' '" Pint', ,
alxtv dove n"t' proceeding the filing nile ro''rlot.I"Ior rtonrd nf 0', "1111' than you can imagine. Only one tablespoonful of used fat \1;; help

nf this suit nod that there Is no person CniiHiitKi.ini' of Okeechobee ". ant' make 5 machine-gun bullets. So there just can't ever be too littleto
In the state of Florida the ,0..1,0ot !rior'ilu 10 sheet ant mid all 1.1,10. nfi
I n subpoena .upon whom would bind i .In Cnnrthnnae. lii'flnnliiff nt 10 no save! Come on, everybody scrape your broiling; pan, your
the defendant That the list known oilnck' A, >r. on tho 10th dnv ...tI1rll.
skillet.Save meat trimmings and of fat left
I of the defendant Is roaster, scraps on plates.
mailing nddress ,\ 1M.; riiKement for drainage
KINGAN & CO. CI, !S' Alcoa Pilot, c/o Postmaster and reclamation. and road i pin'pus. <
New York, V Y. : It Is therefore ordered will be reserved and fifty perieni
| that the said defendant, Stanley ((7070)) of nil oil tras and mh..rnlrllth1
71 Plnmnnd, be and he Is hereby will also he reserved
1, required to nnpenr to the Bill of f'om.1 I no.\ np np nivMii nlnlnt filed, In sold cause on or be. or ivritiiL.\r.i 1111 AI\\I.I': :
fore the 2nd da. of Anrll. A. P 1Wotbei'lse ,, DISTRICT
the nVeiriitlons of paid Pill andPIHKP\
BARTOW nf Complaint will I be taken as confessed I 'k. COI'NTV ( <)M.IISS .
hv paid defendantIt |,()MIIS: W oii: 'ii'
M further ordered thnt this' nnc ('Of'XT\, oiiinv,
der he published, once a week tlr'l Ily tiny n nAri.iMso.v
four consecutive weeks In The O1teeeboboe Cli-rk of the Circuit Cmut, nfOKeechohee
News n newsnoper published' Cnnntv Flnrl l lns
I In snld, Cnnntv and RtstpTinted nuent for snlil. llourils
this 20th lav, of February, Py Sophronla( I'enao, rY
I A. P, 1041Circuit:\. I Deputy Clerk f.,1
( Cnnrt Clpo'l
I ROY RCleric RAr1FBPnV. NOTICE

I, Clwil CourtOTreeehnbee. Ofci-eibnbee (County tlnrlda,
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J By Sophrnnla Tease, D. C. NOTICE IS IlCItCm:: GIVKN: '; Ihnt
Marc Sanderfnr, chalmnn, I onrsiiant fo Portion (II of Chnpter
t Daily Cash Market Attornev for Plaintiff Pnd: I laws of )Klnildil Aem, nf 1U17ttnuwii :
as the SII'HI'IIY ACT situ Innrsiinnci
NOTICE OK I\TK\TION TO "'''LV nf Chanter 2nl1 .*. I nWI "'
FOB "I'ECIL: LK.I-I..\TION Flnrliln, Arts of Inch known as the
Notice It* heeliv Then thnt the ,',vl.IItL! ; .\r>ns 11I1.lSMI1Ol--.
u'lili'ruljrT' th 1""ird nf Cninnilnliiiier '1'1111'1'1'1', the fill'on'Ing deacrlb,I
of ruTirli".. nrnltinw Pistrlr \hid I. sit is tel In .:,'prJrln.I,.. Uralnii.\
I rnnrntlon, or HlftrUt. In Okoecholiee" Coniifv. FlorId '
/ >* 11 '|iHHMl inililli' i''"
Convenient" gtinlveil under fi" 1"1"0 ef Flnrldn., I, "i will lie nffen.il! fr ante) nr pill.'I"nincrv OTHERS TELL ME "But my fats are often too dark to turn

will niiptv" to the Inloo..lnn: nf they]I for the highest, and heat eimli in." It doesn't make a mite of difference how dark or blackened
I'lorlda leilBlniii'" fur th,' ennetmentnf I bid' aitMect! tn tho rlcht of the Triii \ -
n ,Inn. the militiiiicc of which shall 'M >' the liHenial Imiirotennnf- MI', I ...or what smelly things like onion or fish you've cooked in your

lie riorldnr.t tn nun'nd Chapter of Vtll\ : an 11717 om"I1.I1hv Laws\ of I and Hierglinles: of the Itnnril PrnlnagB, of Cnnnnlssloners District to reject of fat. Every drop of it will help make parachutes, synthetic rubber,

Chapter' 1W, Lam of Florid. Arley nary, and 1 nil blilH ,fit the ConrthnusiIniiiiitt '.. soaps for the fighting and war fronts. Don't feel ashamed to handit
"-' nt 10'no ir'n"" .\. M m ttiKllh >
Cou rteous of 1'iH Inw. the nhnll mihitii'be :. (In"f Tn"hli-h re.c.proponed tnl>-- '' ) dm of .April l')41, As to all in to your butcher. If you save every bit of fat you possibly can.you're .
'hutch,' outside' the limit of
Iloh tinl l h.I"\, <'f the TrorcladoaPralnaeo corporate doing a job to be proud ofl
M" c..rrectlng "r,1toln 1 iiuv inunli'Ipalln. ns of this date
Dlntrl.mnliiilnna In Pin prea- title to ono half of all petrnllum and
errors and three. fourths of other nilnernlii will
chit e\l tlinr hnnmlarlea1' : CJ> To make I I i.. I In
re nried 1 Tr tames" if the Iii -
al'iihle In the I'?.r"h"", "-. PrnlnniioPlH'rlct '
mil liiiprnvement 111,1 If Innils lirewithin
I Ilive ;
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: the line )"-I control of drain- II
\ said limits of
I corpomte ns
Shrink ,
Flo hv
e p ; I eaaenie, tie r mined Trnateya this date the reservation applies .batprivilege
, ... ,.f Inlen, ',i' fnipr.n.'ini-nt lnn'1 In tn explore,' mine und devt'lpe 1-
; their .IceiN : (II t Tn provide for the. I '' will ,bi conducted. on and under
of 0'"
I debt si-n."' iliMlflcnlliin lands only with the conHcnt i<<
I railed x?" '.lirnln, Innils.: (4)( To the surface owner. Easement for
y n, grant nildl'lmnl' """'or" to the Hoardiiimbi ,, rlirht nf wnv 2111) fret wide! will\
I 0' .l, .lava tI' nv..r a ladea 6rn11 reined by said Iruufees fruit /J3
1o !]srasss.on"I Pruning.Dlstrlit to ,establish Con I, tiny pan'd through which there Is nn
S ,' struct npi'i"" mid maintain the ex- listing' state read and easement for
Inline or new work of the K"r- tlrnlnn e nnd reclniiiiillnn and f'''" n
glades Drainage District In the Int'r.1, read purposes will tin reserved bv the
et and for the beiwflt of soil eonrervatlim Iliuird of Coiiiinlsiiloiiurii ot Kverguili *
11",1Vnto'r'' nntrnl, as "'ell' lirtilnnire THstrlct.
\ I for drainage cud rcclnmallon of I 1 1(1 ft nf tot, 3, link Y. South
as
( / """''N with ruTirlmlpH: ''' Prnlnnsr I ikeechnbee" ,
s trim: (It C.Mng power to the nla'i| Lot 1, Hlk. A. Wright's Second I E! pa i'Y
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.1. if I'onimlsslnne's' "f K: ve r g 1 a d P aPrnlnnite Addition.UllVUli.
Dlstrlit to establUh. UK l'fI I II\SltlXJoII"! I
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or F.YF.IHlI.It.OIUIS
iHiiiillHh I I :liter, modify or ,
t>iili;,, >Minii''' strata ns doserlliod r"1 TItI'wnI'lit'\n; PISTUICT
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!tuition' It. Chnpter 14717. Acts of 10
NAt IMIMIOVKMEST FI'M)
the :
otherwise amending : I
and OF I TUB! SI'AI OK Fl.tU:
I "100TH ANNIVERSARY laa nf Inw n-lnllng! to mnliiteniiiioo 1 inv I .' .
Ovens of sold districtfl) To provide'or Ur ROY R. 1IA'IF.1I10!' Agent
I tlii lew. im''.miiiients and' collect- I for rrimtms uf IUc Intirual lin.prutiinont .
tulle of annual assissnn-nts and taxes Fuml and for Knard' I "
THEN YOU HEAR "But what sort container will I use?
i,ml for "ii Joint toe snleof, dellnqnent of Commissioners, nf KverelidPralniivt. : ; .
tildes with the innnt>' tax anle. 'sale and KUirkt. UkvocbubueCounty Any kind of tin can will do. The next time you open a can of fruitor
cnmhlnntloii county tax
fur .
n Florida
"-'Ifletiti. and otherwise Integrating juice or or vegetables, save it. But please don't use glass
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& tho oricl'idcs enforcement Pralnnge and Platrlct' collection tax liens ofF' ...it almost always breaks and makes the fat difficult to salvage. '

I' .lt.i enmity tax (liens, and ((7) fort' MJerrfrve When the can is full, take It to your butcher. For every pound,

..I".lidnMon.".,' 'slim'cmentnl r'llIlIolto and sold. amendatory district W 8I you'll get 2 red p' mts. If you have any difficulty disposing of your

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yw ,, Pa'eil turell M 1015. I 'o I fats, call your I', ne Demonstration or County Agent
"n"rd of Oimnilmduners of

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