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: April 20, 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 44 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 20, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys I I 1 VOOR I .GESTIONS; IUrLEUSOI.KES: IOR: VICTORY Mrs.r Hancock Was 4-H CLUB NEW REVIVED OFFICERS HEREWITH AND Karl Lehman Was Guest Speaker at

I| IN: EtKOI'E im OB "ER"\ CE

In Various Gamps Hostess Fine Arts GETS OfF TO GOOD START Lions Club Luncheon Held Here in

'.1 \oi' Raulerson has suggestedtl

At lioma & AbroadWord I nf l business following to proceedure follow on for V-E places day, Club I WednesdayA I, The Okeechobee at their 4-H regular Club meeting was reorganized Interest of Seventh War Loan Drive

which, will probably come by Pres- held in the school building Tuesday.

has bun received here that I I kntial proclamation and not program of more than usual Interest I The following officers were elected: On Thursday April 12. the Lloni

Lieutenant Robert Schmolke of through any actual surrender of the was presented at the meet- John Smith, President; Elphia I I THE GADFLYBy Club was host to the lIon Karl Leh.

Erie Pciin, who has been missing German armies Ing of the Fine Arts club on Wed- Harden, Vice President; John Whld'i mann of Jacksonville, manager for

in action in German since November If the news comes during store I nesday, at the home of Mrs. J. T. den, Secretary and Treasurer Wallace the War Loan Drive to be Instituted
30 has now been officially listed open hours, Close as promptly as Hancock :Miss Rena Burt was In C. R. Bojles, County Agent, told next month. Representatives of
Here Is a quotation from W
u killed In action over Germany. possible. charge, and arranged a presentationof the club some of the plans for the other organizations In town were Invited .
Masters-"It makes little difference
Lieutenant Schn olke was the bro. Before noon, while stores are open "Shakespeare In Music j ear's work to attend, to hear Mr. Leh-

ther of Mrs J. II. Walker, Sr., and : Close promptly and reopen the Before each number, Miss Burt I whether you throw bouquets or mann, who gave a most Interestingand
Besides the officers, the following stones-it Is always well to hold a
Robert LaMartln, and had visited following day, unless Sunday or a Rave the story behind the song, adding Instructive talk on sties tretho .
boys are members: : supply in reserve. Additional bouquets
In Okeechobee on several occasions. legal holiday. a fund of Information to the I ,Is with Illustrating charts and pic
Vernon Wright, Sylvester Arnold, : will be expected, and more |
familiar musical .
After noon on business day: Closeat settings.Schubert's tures, showing many new and effective
t Curtis! Leitner, Earl McGruder La- "
stones will be needed.
the first of the week once and remain closed the fol. lovely "Who Is Sylvia"was plans for boosting the ale of
Okochobce i iI
Ernestine Hunt. !Mrs rue Holmes, H. J. Crouch Jr., Orval i Well, here's a bouquet or two,
sung bonds.
lowing day war
Okeechobee the first of the waak I Hunter, Johnny Klnsaul! John Ed I anyhow, and I'll let the future supply
Rae Boettger placed the Wedding
from California 8gt Lott hat beenin If after regular closing, and before j I I Attending were Allan Markham,
BurdoBhaw, Hulon Whidden, J. C. take care of Itself.
the fighting In the Pacific for along next day's opening hour: Do I March from Midsummer Night'sDream | I Roscoe Markham, W. I. Lawson, Carl
Bass, Elwyn Bass Clinton Bass
time before returning to this not open that day by Mcndlessohn. Another ]| The Okeechobee Hardware Storeis Durrance* E. J. Wilson and his son,
Robert Hancock, Eual
Shubert setlng of a Shakespeareanpoem Billy Hair gleaming and dazzling in a new C. II.
country. After spending! some time If on Saturday night or up to Harden Parkerson, Z. K. Williams, Roy
Everett .
"Hark, Hark, the Lark" was Laurence.C. coat of white paint, and looks very Raulerson
here he will return to Californiaand :i:00 p. m. on Sunday : Open Monday Hiram Raulerson, Paul
later go back to the fighting in morning as usualMemorial sung by Ada Jane Cason, and the R. Boyles, County Agent fine Indeed. Once more I'd like to I Robbins, Nathan Zelmenovltz, K,

the Pacific. I _- VI -- I lilting "Value" from Gounod's opera, ] V call attention to the habit they E. Stello, Dr. Coleman, R. B. Mes-

I Romeo and Juliet, was sung bj :Mri, | have of keeping the grounds aroundthe erve, S. R. Ralfsnlder, C. R. Boyles,
Local BusinessPeople
Service John Roe store in apple-pie order, too. Mrs H. H. Raulerson, Mrs John

U 8. Naval Training Center I Mrs. Tom Casey, who, with Dr. I This property is an example, and a Roe, :Mrs. Mary Markham and Mrs,

Bainbrldge, Maryland Casey, will leave the last of the :i Advertise reproach, to other properties on the Rosealee Lawson.
for Lieut. Bass
Dear Bryant month for their home In New York, same side of the street, about two A Blue Star Brigade has been organized

I received a copy of The Okchobee !', wa presented with an old-fashioned blocks east No names being men Including high school
DriveMan many
News today and take it for Was Held Sunday 'I' bouquet, made of handkerchiefs, by'' Clothing I tioned this time, but did you ever students, to sell bonds in the com

granted that It was from you at the members of the club. hear a hat called a bennle ing Seventh War Loan Each volunteer

there was no return address on it Officers for the coming year were Across the park from the Okee In the Brigade pledges himself
: Okcechobco people have added i
I appreciated It very much and it One of the i 'ot beautiful and elected as follows !Mrs II. H. Raul- their quota of clothing to the chobee Hardware store, I am watching to try to sell at least ten War Bondsto

certainly helps me to keep up with I moving services ever held In the croon, succeeding herself as president national drive this past week. The with great Interest the old Huff ten different subscribers, which

the news of the town. If you will :Methodist church was the memorialto : Mrs John McNeil, vie -presl- I garage, now acquired by Elvis Mix- will give him a rank of record lieu
drive has don't
ten days to go so
send me a bill for a subscription Lieut. II. T. Bass, on Sunday afternoon dent, Mrs Rae Boettger, secretary | on. This has been one of the greatest tenant In the Brlpade-the rank Increasing
delay jour contribution. The entire
for the next ten weeks, I will be Impressive in its simplicity and report, Mrs Nathan Zelmen- back page of The News in this Issue I eyesores in town, and one whichI as more bonds are sold by

glad to pay for It. with a setting of hundreds of o\lti, treasurer I have cussed with monotous regularity the volunteer.
Is donated by business concerns and
The is wonderful faster lilies, the service was at- I Present were Mrs Ernest Hunt, I I Elvis has an Instinct for Regardless of how favorably the
Navy a organ- citizens of the town, to give one
ization and treats one and all alike. tended not only by a capacity gath- Mr.. John :McNeil, Mrs. T. W Cone- last boost which we hope will bringIn I I neatness and beauty, as witness his war news may be, equipment mut

Everyone has practically the same ering of the young man's friends, !1 I 1\', Miss Jo Parrish, :Mrs II. H. last-minute flood of contributions home place, completely transformed still be sent to our armed force",

opportunity here. They feed us swell but also by colored people who Rauleiton :Miss Kuthleen McCarthy, I a for this humanitarian cause. during the past couple of years, ant Japan must be licked after

and keep us on a balanced diet and mourn his loss Universally popularand I :Mrs Rae Boittger. Mr.. Nathan ZelI : I Among those who have given gen- and, given time, I know his place of Germany is finally liquidated; our

admired for his fine characterand i H-noutz. Mrs J. D. Northwood, business will be just as clean and
bo home ana
routine, so that It Is no wonder that I i I orouslj this week are Mrs W. R. men must brought TO
the Navy Is a great physical helpto great friendliness, he will\ be I Mr. Omar Hunt, :Mrs W. D. Bach.I Paige, :Mr and Mrs A. W. Davis, I attractive. Already, although he has established in civilian life even oft
missed by all who knew him. | been has made
mer. very busy, he a big
Its recruits.We I I r all fighting ceases.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leland Pearce, Miss
The Rev W R. Howell conductedthe -----V I improvement. I and Bonds
have swell commander who Buy- hold-more War
a Jo Parrish, Mrs. D. R. McNeil, Mrs
aura. first as one of us, but expects service, giving a story of the Odd Fellows Here John McXell( Mrs. Susie Arihenius, Page's Tourist Camp la always -
and life of Lieut. Bass, who was a neat but' after* '. ,
and gets our full obedience j, Mr and Mrs. Hardee Walker Jr" a recent iean-up county directly

trust. member of the church. T. W. Entertained Many I Mr. and Mrs Sam Davis, Mr and I campaign, Instituted and pretty Although the vast majority of

I have met quite a few boys Conely, Jr., sang "Resignation" and :I Mrs E. M. Meserve, Mr. and Mrs I largely carried out personally. by citizens here had nothing whateverto

from Okeechobee in the short time the choir sang "God Be With You." G C. Durrance, Mr. and Mrs. JAR' Esta Page, It fairly shines The do with Involving Dr. Sondag In

that I've been here. Sunday myself In memory of her brother Miss I Visitors Jlpril 13th I Minehan, Mrs E. E. Raiford, Mr. hedges are clipped to severe order, this, as a county we owe him an

Jack Elledge, Tiny Watford, Edgar Marguerite Bass has presented the I and Mrs Cheater Raulerson, Mr. the undergrowth cleared away here apology. Here we have had, for a.

Knight and Ralph Bond had a won Methodist church with two fine | The Independent Order of Odd and Mrs. J. T. Hancock, Mr. and and there, the plantings trimmed, paltry sum, an up-to-date clinic to

derful time, talking about "Chobee"and flags-a Christian flag and the Star Fellows No 53 held their regulari I Mrs. Joe Underhill, Mr. and Mrs I the paths smoothed, and the place protect our homes and our children
Spangled Banner. la than and to give free treatments to unfortunate -
her "Interests Dude Watford i meeting at the lodge hall Friday the Gibb Gross, and Mr. and Mrs. F. prettier ever.
was unable to come over as he is Members of the family! came from I 13th. Visitors from St. Petersburg W. Zander. Now we come to the stones-and people of both races, and

confined to the hospital with the other towns to honor their soldier's and Ft. Pierce were present I V I've got plenty In reserve, but I this unsavory, smelly dispute was

mumps, and Weldon Draughn was memory From Kissimmee, Mrs. Irlo After adjournment they gatheredat don't want to have to use them.We'll thrust upon him as our thank

In Washington, D. C Jack Sellers is Bronson, Mr and Mrs Leroy Bass, FUTURE FARMERS VISIT I said last week that It Is
the Lions Club for supper! and a I \ go back to last week's question now up
:Mr. and Mrs C. C. Bass, Mr. and EVERGLADES EXPERIMENT:
In here somewhere but I do to I meant that. If
camp social time This Included the wives number 1. I have before me you. you
not know where.I Mrs. Clint Bass, Mrs Johnny Partin, STATION AT BELLEGLADE| who read this appreciate the clinIc
of Odd Fellows and the Rebekahs. two letters from Dr. R. F. Sondag,
must close now, as lights are :Mrs. Henry O. Partin, Mrs. Gertrude Ft. Pierce Odd Fellows and Rebek- \ I director of the Bureau of Veneral and WISH IT TO CONTINUE IN

about to be turned off. Writers : Duren and Mrs. Oscar Tyson. From aha were also Invited and there The FFA Chapter and 4-H Club Disease Control in the state One OPERATION, be 'at the next meetIng -
Belle Glade and Pahokee Mr and of Okeechobee made field day tour
Tommy Evans. of the commissioners,
I were fifteen In attendance along was written to me, In care of The county
Mrs Avery Bass, Mrs Roy Segree, of the Everglades Experiment Station -
Monday 7th, ten In the
May at
V with five from St. Petersburg.The News, and one Is a copy of a letter
Mrs Tom Bass, Mrs Lloyd Bass and located at Belleglade. The
morning Demand that make
Band supper of chicken and rice, sent to-well, I guess I'll just say they
School !Mrs. Van Morgan of Miami.So of 35 boys accompanied
High vegetable salads, beets, tea, coffee group: were "Interested people. the Welfare Board and the clinic
beautiful Easter lilies by II. L. Turzenbach, Vocational
many I separate agencies, completely Independent -
and cake was prepared and served Ag-I The point Is just this that Idon't
were sent to the church by relativesand riculture teacher, Randall
of each other. And that
I In Fine Program by a committee composed'of Mr and want to publish them, or
friends that the building could and C. R. and
Mrs. Claude Clay, Mr. and Mrs. J. Boyles, County Agent, quote from them, although I am they allot the sum of $35 a monthof
not contain them all. Symbols of made the to Belleglada In Mr
trip YOUR tax money-to the clinIc
E. Cone and Jimmie I
greatly tempted to do both. If this
Thursday Night resurrection and the life eternal, Fulford's truck directly.
Mr E. J. Wilson acted as toast- unpretty business can be settled
their I pure loveliness expressed, for master and Introduced the visitors On arriving at the station, theI without recourse to pointed What Is the $35 fort $15 of It
all his friends the conviction that I personalities
and speakers, the main speaker being group: was taken over by Dr. Roy A. so much the better. The Issue pays the desk worker, who keeps
The Okeechobee band was thereat Lieut. Baas has inherited that
per. Dewitt Crosby, State Promoter, Blair, Agronomist, who Is in chargeof Is obvious, without more the records. The rest is for post
attraction at the P-T. A. fect life.CHURCH. I any
of St. Petersburg, and Joe Ergle, forrage and pasture crops. Dr. I I unpleasantness Dr. Sondag, beinga age, which Is heavy, Ice, alcohol,
meeting on Thursday of last V I 'I
Past Grand Master from Ft. Pierce Bair gave the boys a very Instruct gentleman, couches his letters In cotton, occasional local medical sup
Instruments I i .
The band has four new ; '
two slide trombones, one trumpet, OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST: Other short talks were given by ive talk on the work he Is doing In i I polite terms, but many of the things plies, laundry, paint, soap, cleaners,

I Mrs. Edna Booth, Mrs. Lela Brown importing and testing new varieties which he mentions, If published, stationery, and so on. It constitutes
and E-flat saxaphone and there
-one ; exhibited "Doctrine of Atonement" Is the : and Mrs. Elinor Ordway of Ft. of corn, wheat, barley, oats, and would require some disclosures In a "petty cash" fund.
is definite improvement
time the band plays for the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which Pierce, the visitors from St. Peters- various pasture grasses. As he talked explanation, to make them Intelligible I The greater the number of rep.

every will be read in Churches of Christ, burg and Allan Markham and R. E. Dr. Bajr d showed the boys the to the public, than I want to resentative Okeechobea people present

publics approbation. had the Scientist, throughout the world on Hamrick of Okeechobee. different varieties that ha was make, unless It becomes necessary at that meeting the better. Your
who have not yet
pleasure of hearing the band will\ Sunday, April! 22. The affair was enjoyed by aboutone speaking of I to blow the whole lid off to reacha ; presence will be far more effective

be able to enjoy their music when V hundred people. The boys ate their lunches on the satisfactory solution. Satisfactory -, than yards of petitions. Also a lit.

Allen Markham Is chairman of the -----v1'ti'JE -_ lawn surrounding the buildings that Is, to the Informed'and Ite bit of faca-to-face observation
they give their spring concert at :\ : : LEE McCARTHY, AN
War Loan Drive Committee for several of the boys accidently being Intelligent people of OkeecbobeeI may be extremely enlightening.
the band stand In the park on Sat- \ ONTSTVNDING STUDENT AT
Okeechobee County and will make dipped In the canal I I ,
I ask that note particularlywhich
urday afternoon at three o'clock. FSCW, GREATLY HONORED: you
After lunch in
Granted good weather, there shouldbe proper announcements for the drive group was I j However, you should know that commissioners are In favor
charge of Mr. R. W. Kidder who !
a large crowd to cheer these before it opens Miss Minnie Lee McCarthy has Dr. Sondag Is completely Satisfied | of, and which opposed to, this very
showed them the different herds of I
young people, who, under the extremely been awarded R signal honor In her with the work of the present clinic I simple, legal, sensible solution of a
cattle the Station red
capable Instruction of Prof. ballad Let the Rest of the WorldGo chosen work as a dietician, In being on including I personnel, praises it highly, and Is problem which must be solved, and
devon, brahma and and I
M. 0. Kent, have taken seven-league By, and Zenith Overture. Russell given a choice of Internships for enlarging the usefulness of the :1 soon. ...

strides since they were organized Alderman's trumpet solo, Marigold one year In either the New York explained" the work of an experiment clinic by "supplying It with the new I So, once aaln-It'l up to you

less than four months ago. s Polka, was vigorously applauded General Hospital or the University station in developing strains and : wonder drug Penitillln, for the lat- And I mean YOU-you father

Their program on Thursday night I of Michigan. These two institutionshave breeds livestock\ adapted to par. 1: eat rapid treatments. Dr. Sondag and mothers, you business men,
Included the Star Spangled Banner, I The election of P-T. A. officers the highest rating In the country areas. | does not wish to be drawn Into con teachers, ministers, church meat

which Is as difficult to play as It I has been postponed until the May and training in either one lea On the way home the boys enjoyed troversial matters-it I I. really an bers, cattlemen, clerks, members of

is to sing; a march"Mister Joe"; I meeting prize greatly desired and awardedon very much a atop at the Belleglada | Imposition that he was dragged into the progressive clubs of the town

the lovely Missouri Waltz; a Hymn I The school pupils have bought so a basis of merit and scholarship drug stores I this trouble at all. But h, doesI housewives, public servants, farm

Medley Including Bringing In the I far the astonishing sum of $230135 I Mist McCarthy is a senior this C. R Boyles, County Agent I I recommend that the Welfare Board ers-whatever your business, make

Sheaves, Church in the Wildwoodand in war stamps and bonds-a record year at Tallahassee, where she has I V I and the clinic be given a divorce, THIS your business on the 7th of

Onward, Christian Soldiers; the to be proud of. I been an outstanding student. Writs kim today and use V-Mall.> I and the clinic supported by the May at ten In the morning.

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Churns, Electric Hotplates, Electric Ironing Cords, Quart Mason Jars, Frying Pans, Dust Pans, Garbage Pans, Gasoline Cans, Brooms and Mops,

Kerosene and Wood Stoves, Ironing Boards, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Axes, Step Ladders

GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 54 Okeechobee, Florida

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IU\l\rlltl1l\l\} l\l\1s bull marked itaple fork under bit LAID TO REST SUNDAY IN Notice Is hereby given that I i I

In ear. Owner can have tame by I OKEECIIOBEE CEMETERY shall Introduce a bill at the session |I ATTENTION FARMERSMake

Published Every Friday by the proof of ownership and costs Ran. -
I of the 1945 Florida Legislature providing |
Okeechobee News Co.? it Okeecho- Tall A. Fulford. I Funeral services for Mrs Francis your own Bean Beetle ExterminatorOn
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida |I that the turn of $11,000 of I
Williams, 0(1, whose death occurred I I
I II Race Track Revenue, or other revenue j I account of Gas and Tire Rationing we
BRYANT BOWDEN ...... Editor Marvin Wilson, ion of Mr. and Saturday April 7 at her home east of substituted therefor, allocated
:'1 I' I are releasing Formula to the public. Bean
------- -- Mn. E. J. Wilson, ipent the week. Okeechobce, were conducted at the to Okeechobee County shall be distributed our
Entered ns icenml rlnmi matter July end here with hi. He II I graveside In Okeechobee cemetery Beetle Exterminator kills Bean Beetles Cab
.parents ,
1. 1011 nt lie Poet Office In Okewho- to the Board of Pub'
bee I'ln, under Act of Mar. 8, ,1S79. with the Naval Force. stationed In Sunday April 8 with the Rev. J.I I lie Instruction of said county by the bage Worms, all Flea Bugs on any and all

- I South Florida. C. Cox, pastor of the Okeechobee' Garden
SUBSCRIPTION RATE proper state officials; and providing Vegetation instantly. Also all insectson
Church of God, and Yates '
One Year In advance ., .. ....$200 Funeral the manner In which said funds Tobacco Plants in Bed or Field 1, including
Six! Months In advance ... 1.00 Several letters were received this Home of Fort Pierce In shall be used by Bald Board of Pub- Worms Kills Chicken Mites and Lice Ants
Threo Months In advance .... .'75 week from Private Mack Underbill! charge. lie Instruction ,
i r who la now serving with the United I Surviving are the husband, James : and Roaches. Also insects on Flowers and
I W. J. nE DRY,
rent Rending n line notices Kat.'S In for locnl display rolumni.' advertl 10- I States Ninth Army under GeneralS Williams, five tons, Levy and Fate' Representative I Shrubbery and is used for spraying Fruit Trees

li> fiirnlsheit on application Clns"- I p -on no in<;where in Germany Hea of Fort Pierce; Wlllia.n of Okce- and Cotton. Is to make.
Mint nihprtlalnir' 2 cents each word easy ,
per Itimrtlnn .\II Itcme" regarding' en- :\ lu' i I' L'lttint' along fine but Is chobee; Artemus of Belle Glade; i NOTICE OP I' TF.' TI--I ,

phnrl//I'.I.tpr.rln"4| i''nt''" .ndvrrtiaingratei'etrd, for profit. are \ii\' anxious to Kt back home. Loren, Holljwood; two daughters, : KII.. I .\MNOTirn > I Ingredients can be bought in any drug store.

:Mrs Lee Smith, Okeechobee; Mrs. IS uruFnv nivrv that \ Costs less than 6 cents per pound. Can be usedin
pnromtt 'In R
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Geneva Cross, Bello Glade; four ; inn nll.1, ,*.1'.II..u' Taws nf Fb.rldn' Act of inn I Wet or Dry Spray. Get this and help win the
r nrhnt.t.r 11717 La"1IOf
brothers, John, Samuel and Albert'' *
I"lorl.ln.rl" ot imi n. amended war by raising more food.
Rom where I sit _&y Joe Marsh Carter and Sylvester Arnold, all of he M"rtlon 11. Chapter snflM. law of
nf mil. nml also ,,r
Okeechobee; a sister, Mrs Mary "lldllt fn Snetlon 42 Chapter "OT" Club in with your neighbors and get this 3

Yates, Okeechobee; and 21 grand '' amended Lnns "' hi I"lorlllI.Section Acts 10 Chapter nf IfMl! "ma a", formulas for $1.00. Full instructions sent.

children and three great grandchildren. I laws of Dnrlila Act nf inn. "Bn.l
The Cuppers aortinn 41 Chapter 2"722 I.aw, of Money refunded if not Satisfactory.
I Florida. Act nf mi a, amended, hr
The pall bearers were Roy Drau- ..tlOIl 21 Chnpter 22(1711 Laws of SOUTHERN STATES CHEMICAL CO.P.
Have Dream Come True Flnrl a ghon, C. II. Parkerson, Ernest Cox I flTrtKT'ii""' ,,'.,.. 'In Oltp.. h"1'.... County O. Box 261 GLASGOW, KENTUCKY

E. J. Wilson, S. J. Duvli and
Lot 1 to 4. Inc.
Tee and Jane Cuppers used to being at borne alone together, Ilalre. R'I Okeeehohee. Dlk. 40. City of

,iy that as soon as the children with things-talking V T.nt 7 .1<. .. BIk. 4Q. rlty of Okeerhobre. ---- -

ad flown the roost, they were and reading.e my glass '."', 10 11. nik 4Q.< City of Okeerhuhpp. -
ling off together on a second of beer,and Jane her buttermilk ROTARY CLUB RE-ELECTS .
I f.oll iii & .
0 Plk
Honeymoon..take a trip...or -living and letting live I guess ALL OFFICERS AT 14TH 213. City of Okeprhahee -

rent an apartment in the city. you can't beat homer 100% ATTENDANCE SESSIONAt Lot hot'7.. r.lk. SS-i. City of Okocclio- So the city folks
So alter little Soe got married, From where I sit, Dee's bad a Lila Okwhohpe 10 & n.. Blk. M3: City of .

stopped in to say goodbye.Dee better dream come "Ue-the their fourteenth 100 percent I.nt 12. Illk 231, City of Okcechohp have done it !
attendance meeting In a row, the .
was sitting In his taTorite chair dream of peace and tolerance Tnt 1 to 8 Inc. Ttlk 2 Tin Ridge
before the fire,ripping a mellow and understanding that we aO Rotarians re-elected their entire M/O. '

glam of beer.And Jane was busy are fighting for, and praying for, staff of officers on Tuesday.The Laia llle! II to S/D n Inc? Hlk 2. Pine Well watch our speed !

with her knitting,just as always. today men who received this vote Lots 11! to 24 foe. Elk ;. PIne ,

'They looked about as restless an of appreciation and confidence are Lot HIIIl"D.1. Blk 239. City of Okeecholio -

the tabby cat on the hearth. flu- ... H H. Raulerson president; Roy R. I.",. .2. .1. 7 A 8, Blk. 230. City of WORD comet from Washington that the fat.salvage
Jane and I figured," Dee ez- c90e / Raulerson, vice-president; Z. K. (Okl.e..hoh. has got to be licked in the small cities, the
T.nt H. ilk 44 City of OkevrhnbeeLots .
glaned "that you couldn't beat Williams secretary and treasurer; n & II. Klk 246, City of Okeerhohpe. towns and on the farms.

R. A. Burgess, C. H. Parkerson, A. Lot 14 & 13: Blk 163. City of We women have to save enough used fats in our kitchens '
&. lJJ of a Series Caprrigttt, &i$, CUtui Stotsf Bun m/___., W. Davit and W. D. Coker, direct. Okpfchnbpp.Lots to help make munitions,medicines,fabrics for
_. 10 24 A 25.: Blk 163 City of soap military
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ors. Okwch'ihee and civilian use, and many other essentials.
Lot 11). Hlk 1(13( CIIy of Okeecho-
i There was no program presented, hoe. The job, to date, has been done largely by city people,
the entire time being given to the Io I'O. Illk 183 City of Oketcho-
r bee. because arrangements for collecting the fats were made in
election. The club voted to give its Lou 21 k 23.. Blk 163. City ofOkprvhnhee. the cities first. Now we're called on. And will we meet

one vote-for 25 membe.-to Fred L"t 21. Hlk 163 City of Okeecbo- our goal? Just watch our epeod

:M. Bultman, of Jacksonville, for
District Governor. 1.ba't jfl, Blk Ki3 City of Okcecbo- HOW TO DO ITs Scrape broiler and roasting pans, skim

l.otnik. 17S, City of Okeecbo- soups and gravies. Melt down meat trimmings and table
AnnouncingTHE In the absence of Mom Wallace,
bee Okeecbo- scraps. Add the liquid fat to your salvage can. Take the can
who was spending the day in West Lot 0. Itlk 171 City of
Dee, to your butcher when full. He will give you two red points
Palm Beach :Miss Betty Mason pre. I.,,, S. Blk 178 City of Okcecho- I and up to four cents for every pound. If you have any

I OPENINGOF sided at the piano. "ii, bee!he' offered for snip At puhlljmit... difficulty, call your County Agent. This message has been
v cry for the higheat. and bi-iit "">> WFA and CPA and for
Hiil.Jpct to HIP right of the 1I0A' ofConimlaionera approved by paid by Industry.
John B. (Beacham) Raulerson left niFe.-rglnlr. Drainage
DUtrl.t. nud/o. Board of County
Sunday at noon for Atlanta, Ga., (Vmmlsiloiii-r of Okwrhnhi-e County*
riurliln" In reject any nnd all 1oIIB.
where he reported to the army after nt the 'rnnrthonae, heirlnnlnir' nt 10"ono'llnck 100,000,000 Mora
spending a month here visiting his A. M. on the Met day of
May, 11)45.\ : Easement for drainage Pounds of Used Fats Are
parents and other relatives. Before mud 1""p"H"o|
and ri<'Inuintlnn
CLAYTON'S( GROCERY leaving he said he did not know I will< O'1of be reKerved.nil oil.huegrecorvedeI'tItE1'EI and fifty mineral percent Heeded This Year.

whether or not he would be sent I rlglitu will Rloo! w '

overseas again. ( ,(.'n"\II Yr>Ks! IOSEnII 'D'HAIN-
AGE MSI'me'rHOUt'l

NOTICE :'' ('ot' TY COM
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vi-sinxFH" or oivnncuo w ,
pursuant to Sp,.th.n 0 of Chapter l 2fln IIOH. 1t.\I'LEIIFlOS. i'far.:1l
STORE I Inws nf riorlrtn Act of 111 7. known Clerk nf the ('Irrult Court otOlteechnhee
i "S the :Mt'liPIlY ACT, and In p"rii-. (Connti. Florida' k a
lance of Chapter 2IHI5S laws of Floe ns airetit for pnld Bnards.By .d
lila' .\ct nf 1B41. known a* the EVEK IOHIS GARDNER
I 'Apr'' KAIXAOB nisnticT ACT, Deputy, Clerk
the' fnllnwlnir dnpprlh.d land. uttunted >,
| In I>ertrlnd<', Dralnaoo platrlct In I $ yn
OJteeihnl.ee Cniintv I'lorldn will he /
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offpr"d for Male nt public omen for 1- P
SATURDAYApril the hlelii. nnd best each bid suMocr,; y t f
to the, rlirht of thn Trusteen of the
Internal Improvement Fund and of tha :
Board of ('iiniinl"Bnnpr. of Everilnile* Gilbert Theatre
PrnhlRae nl"trlrt reject any and
nil bl.ln. nt the ronrthonne. betrlnnlng
nt 1(11 no o'<''lok A. M, on the 218t day I
21 I '',' M'"}'. 'l4\!! .*' to all lands
till to 'j'
one half of nil pplrolpnm and
than fourths of other minerals will SUNDAY & MONDAY NOTICE TO
hn ri>m>rvm| by Trustees of the Intcrniil -
I Improvement Pund.' Outside of
innnlilpalltles enarmenta for road I
right of way 2m' fret wide will bo rMrwl <>. |i JOYCE REYNOLDS and
hv mill Trumpet from ant
toting through which there I Is an .s. I TELEPHONE
State ronil : and easement fnr ROBERT HUTTON
Ordinaire and reclamation and for
__ __ roadpurpiiNeii
.J will he rem,>rved bv the
Hoard of ('ninmlsalnners of Everglades -ID -
Driilniine I>lHtrl<'treiicrved CUSTOMERSEFFECTIVE
by the Board of Commissioner "JANIE"LATE ,
of Everglades I.ralnage District.Dencrlptlnn .
Lit 9. Blk. 43, City of Oketcho-

I.ot'ei2. Blk4S, City of Okeerhohw NEWS
Lot. 11 k 14 Blk 48, City of COLOR CARTOON AT THIS DATE AND
ON EACH 1 to :2(1 Inc., Blk 19 Southwest ,
-' I/oti 1 & 2 22 ----- I

0 I Lola Addition 3 to. 10 Inc. Blk. 22. Southwest I i,
i Lots 11 and 12. Blk 22. Southwest .
: VQ Addition I!
1vlL Lou 11: 14 <& 15: Blk. 22. Southwest
Lots 8/D 1 to 8 Inc, Blk. 1, Pine Ridge "Address MONTH. I

I.ntu 0 to 13. Blk. 1. I'lne Ridge

Lots SIT lilT 14 to 21, Blk 1, Pine Ridge Unknown"i DATE OF PAYMENT HAS ALSO I

Lot t. Blk 2. Royal OaksD.. ,
+ v ey..wr.Y.M1 Lot 2 Blk, 2, Royal Oaks S/D. BEEN EXTENDED TO THE 20TH OF
b lot 3, Blk 2. Royal Dab K/I.! i I
Until: 1 & :2, Blk 178, City of Okeeihol.w -
toe 7. Blk. 178 City of Okeechohep -

1--r Lot bee 9.. Blk 178 City: of Okeecho "Cowboy Canteen" 10TH AS IN THE PAST.

Lots 4. 5 & 0.' Blk 21ft!: City of ,,

THERE CAN BE NO ARGUMENT Lot OkPeihol.ee hoe I), 'Blk .2': !), City of OkeechoTltl All-Star Cowboy Cast I I This change is due to our limited

nO.1 f1J' OF roMMixsmM-m\ :' : OF
By Roy R. Rnulerson, Agent for Trustee
JOYS OUR REPUTATION FOR DE of the Internnl Improvement -- --- Your co-operation will
Fund and for Bonnl of t'ommmisainnera .
of Erpreladi-s" Drnlnnite Coming Attractions
PENDABILITY AND TRUE HELPFUL- District Ida Okeeibol.ee County, Flor be appreciatedIF1TFR"COUNTY





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Notice li hereby given Hint I will School Dun Drlvrr Applications Notice li hereby; given that I will r
Introduce a Kill In the 11143 Session I All tho o wishing toJ11I Introduce a Bill In Ibo 1943 spsnlon
of the Florida Legislature providing thin with tbe Board of Fublto Intruction of the Florida Legislature ratifying,
for all real estate, owned by the | for a job ai School Bus confirming mid validating the Issuance i THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. _
Masonic Frnternal Organization, shall 1 Driver la Okecchobee County mutt of *MHIO< ( InterenMiearlng Time Warrnnti 1 I r.-
lie exempt from all tuxes and assessnionti I have in M, application In the office of by the City Council of the o c
and authorizing the cancella the Superintendent on or before Mon I City of Okeechobee, Florida, for the ;
tion of any taxes and aiapasratmts 1 diiv. May T. 1043. I purpose of making emergency repairsto
now outKliindlng, against .nl ert"W 1 OKEEl'IIOBEE': COUNTY, FLORIDA W. J. HENDHY, .
J. UENDUJ. i By' Carl T. Durrance. RepresentativeNOTICE r'\
Representative Superintendent -------- -
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Notice- In hereby; given that T will Y- \/.1"
Introduce a Bill In the WI1\ erosion ;
nf the Florida I.PIII.latllrp fining the I I nha
roinpt'n.ntlon of the rtonril of County fl pa11
rnnimlinloncrii of Oknwhnhi-e Cnnfr, I
'WANTEDTRAMMER Florida providing the time and inrttind >
of payment and rcppailng! all laws .
In conflict with mid HIM. I
W. J. IIENPHY | l', Y ,

-Hopreii'ntntlve i ; ; I\

: FoR T \\ ntKIINotice
li horohy; given ttint Earnest': .
Cox, the holder of the following ,
,'i'ortlflrnti'. lyre flli-d 1 sell r<>rMrir' >ntr>i .
fur, n tnr deed,. to IIP Umied th'r.on.Tho ,
A good opportunity for men classified in I i rtlftcnti onmb,,'re nnd, verve of
IdKiinnro' the rrliitlnn of the prnnprtv. >
nnd the tinmoB In which It wninuKcfc'pd
4-F or over draft! age to engage in essential I are no fidl'wn : I II
Certificates No 2003.: 200(1( 1007 '
y year of I liaunnce 1041. I
employment. Apply in person or by letter to Pfucrlntlon' nf '''I.tv :
i tots fl, T, A and I D, nik. 22, RIver

Trainmaster's office, Florida. East Coast Rail. I I.ot lithe 1 Pork to 12 Add.ins, Elk. :23, Elver- I \
side Park Add .
I Name: In which nmctsed, Ernest
v/ay at Miami or New Smyrna Beach. Do not I Con and t'nknown
All' of sold property| being In the I *

apply by telephone.! If apply by letter state I ,Ida Ciiiintjr of okm-holKw. State of Flor. II

T'nU'M such oortlflcatp or rerti'l- II
roles shall lip rodcomcd nrconllngr to I
age, present employment and physical con I ''nw. the import dmcrlhcd' In sucheertlRvntn '
or "erttrl.ntpi11\ ho mid I
to the lilfhcut bidder 1 at the riuirt
dition. Previous railroad experience un I holme door nn the flmt Monday In
the month of Mnv. 1043, which 1) the
7th dnv of Mnjr, 1045.:
necessary. Dated' this 23r day of March, 1943.i : "When you (t' :,ik of the sacrifices our fighting pay for the ammunition anJ :sighting* equipment -
Clerk Circuit Court of men are making! in this war, it's hard to they must have."

_Okpwholiop County Florldd. figure out how "e'll ever repay them, isn't "All that still seems kind of small compared .

------ I I NOTICE it, Judge?" with what they're doing for us, Judge."

Notice le hereby; given that I will "Yes, it really is, Tom. There are only "True, but it's about all we older folks

WE WISH TO TAKE Introduce of the Florida a Rill I.peliilntnre In the IfMS authorWnir epimton- certain things we can do. Such as..ite b.ck; home can do, Tom. Except one mlle

THIS the Hoard of County Commli- them cheerful letters often. Send ti in ti..ng. And that is to be sure our {fit:htlnk r .n
sinners of Okeechohee County FlorIda
to execute and deliver dceda of favorite gifts from time to time. \\ork come home to the same kind ot country tliey:

thank the conveyances to former owners of harder than ever to provide them with left behind. The kind of country their letters
real property now owned hy said
rmintv of Okcpchohee hy virtue of everything they need to finish their nb tell us they want. Nothing changed t. .t

: Cattlemenand of the Florida prorlMont Acts of of Chapter Ifltl a 20722.* amended Lnwi quickly. Buy more and more War Bonds they don't want changed while they're a'*ay

hy; Chapter 2207B. Laws of Florida. especially during the current drive. to and unable to express their wishes."
Act of 1043. where inch owner makes
application Knowing that inch prop ,
prtna .' ii''steml' of .,t,1 arpllcnnt -

at. the time title reverted to nil odieitutment sponsored by Confatncl of Ateohalu Batra,t InJuitrittnc..
General Publicfor the
County or that laid property -
wee HBicMed and taxes extended -- r-
upon the Tax Rolls of said County,
the and taxes paid for all years tittme-
anent to any year for which a Tax
Certificate wee Issued for the nonpayment re saw vane
SPLENDID SUPPORT of taxes and said former tpac.roenarte Aerw ,
owner ha. acted In ijond faith and p rowtkp----
had no 1 knowledge of any certificate
afforded our o"fa'allh'until! after paid property :
i had reverted to the County ; providing
for renimnnMp to he "nn4lpa> -?
charges nancMedhy
lb arW dtlaNe '" M r + e f ,S
LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE ; the County Comml.loner. for the wwapw n'rw mworml wuu 0 wm n ', r y n
Issuance of such deed and when such
appllcatloni are to he consldcrpd.
w. T nrxnnvRepreientatlve.; T'n
at Okeechobee, Florida .. ,
at a. uau a '
Iw as. to,1 p
FOB prn\i. TV 2 P. M. EACH THURSDAYWe Notice III booby "Iven that thenndernlirned. I n w +i
the T ir-1 o' T'tmrnNdlonera l 1a.
of Evercln'lcn': Ornl"atop rs.trlct. ) .
will extend Every Effort to merit a onaul pnhll'1 ornorntlin. or- .!:,yrkt > ,
ramrod under the Owe nf Florlrtn. | A. e' aoram eaves' .+ {Y !'Mw
Your continued patronage will anply to the 1"!1' .e..lon of thFlorldi .
lerlMntnre' for the ennctment I I
I of n In"' the finTiHtancp: of which ulin'l crriTH livt
COL. A. L. McNURLEN, AuctioneerOWNED he to 0' "nd Chanter 14717. Laws oft I
1IIIiIIoII;. qo / Florida. note of 1'rt fimenieit, hv ,,
Chaptei2"mn!! T OPERATED BY
AND of Ion fi" snh.tn"crt nf which nee 6 + 1 ,' .tan ear reti upu r ltr ?na
nosed tam n"ft" heft) To r.* itwh-- + on
"'h the i""Aarinii "' 'h" rTi.r.nde| r
Durdick & Carson Inc. 'tr p
z IYI %!' 1
Pralnaire yR.e-Ict br cnrrectl'nr certain ? sf, +. {
p.-ror .n.! nmlii> lorn In the ores p/ari'r a Rtr ro \\y y1ac 1ne y Y Yy
fOnt nrl.tln- nnmn),ii|(>s- '?\ To make
nvnl'ahle t *'*," Tt-cr,?lnd..(i Drainage'
} I Pe
"'.tr'"t' the "d control, of drain T y 'k4P ++[e
-' -- -I 0" nr el
d. i nee oaaemen' f'nlnnd 'n'I'r..t"... 'Y rwrpaCi a: wan. lil fN ff nmw F4t ,r ? I v,
of tntnrnnl tmnrnvpment Fund In 1 '.1l't
their' dppdn : fat! To n'ovlrlo" for the cp0'I wwr,.uc tw 4n p'
doht' sorvlcnour- clni..lflcnlon of .n. e, Ortra
"I'M HELPING THEM GET called .OTP<">II..'y|"- '"nds : '4To
I grant additional p''wer. to the Board |
of OnmtnlMlnneM of EverirladesPrnlnnze
District to estahll. con- jr U''ae S ,yp ',
1 p as
WHAT JOE DIED FOR"Mike street operate nod mnlntalp' the ox-. i 1 l v Laae '+ K NwIC'
l.tln?. or new worku of the TrprPralnaire :
a'oI", Pl.trlct In the into. .'pjnuepuelmme '
p.f and for the benefit of soil conservation 11 aoa+ nnrn
: and Tony are too young to remember 1 I II na for rtralnnpe and water and control reclamation as well of I flea y tt nn -' y r.u sues ', Z

I their father. lands with Kverclade Drainage Pl.- I I Itrlct W'.j saga M1pt
: (.1) Olvlnir powe to the Board I"
of CommlMlonpTH cf Eve r ela4. fPrn' F.uaa cw
: Joe died in Africa, at Kasserine Pass, in a --e l"trlct tn cstahllah. repKtahllsh '1 ,
alter modify or ahol!,h 'r m< Ilanl ma/ sap, npa0e
I battle that already seems long, long ago maintenance area ns descrlhed' In' ,
Section 9 I Chapter 14717. Acts of 1031,
i Died'for his Joe and otherwise amending' the nrovls-i 1 I/wk, ,h..N ISM
country though might Ions if law relating to maintenance
areas of said district: (5)) To provide ,
have put it differently. What America meantto for the levy assessments and 40eep
Joe Mike and the Inns of annnal assessments and pollort'l l| l N' 'LOIIOCONN ....... ,.... _
was mostly Tony : oppor- and for a Joint tax sale of delinquent !:1,L,, .. "laaulensaaap"j
tares with the county tax sale and |
tunity it meant for his kids. for R combination county tax sale
certificate and otherwise Integratingthe I 'cwrr

: A college education. A real start in the enforcement and collection tax llen ef S w4"ar
Everglades Draln Setrand I ya
world and freedom to in. with i county tax lien (7) for hr
grow I other supplemental and amendatory

'I And they're going to have it! legislation Dated March relating'8. IMS.tn said district I I

I I'm buying War Bonds and KEEPING Board JI'e1'I'IR.I.: of Commissioners Prnlnnie f U rlcl el |

them. They're the safest investment on earth.In I (Relll) By MARK TENNANT.Chairman.

Attest : K. M. THROPP.Secretary i A ViSal tewrk! of Routes

less than ten years now, I'll have FOUR I --1

: dollars for THREE I put in. That's as II NOTICE
every Notice II hereby given that I will

good as a 33 % pay raise 1 That money will of Introduce the Florida a Bill Legislature In the IMS fixing Session the to- gelUJ.e 44e414 71UWe1

go a long way to educate the kids, to establish compensation Board of Public of the Instruction members of of Okee the !

them in life the way Joe wanted. chobee County; Florida providing the
time of payment and repealing all

And it's comforting to know the money's of law.laid In BIlL conflict with the provision
W. J. TIENDKT.- REACHING out across the great peninsular state Florida Motor Line's net we.k: of
THERE if I need it-against any emergencythat I Representative
I bus routes is bringing an indlspensible service to this great and growing southernmost :

TPEFD state of the nation.

Joe did his part for our children. I'm go- Notice Is l.nnr hereby of given 11)1.1 that T. T, And this Is but a small segment of the picture for Florida Motor Lines Is

ing to do mine. I'm keeping my War Bonds I Coleman holder of Tax Certificate No,
21H. Issued the nth dnv of August A,
-and buying as many new ones as I can. ; p. 10'II, has filed same In my office -

I Tax: Peed has to made he' Issued application thereon.for Raid I 'ttonal motor bus line routes reachlnq to every nook and corner of America.

I KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIGHTERS rprtlflcnte scribal. "ri embraces i a'ct' In the the following County d.of l lOkppchohpp From the smallest crossroad community to the splendid cities and Industrialand

State of Florida, to-wit I
j BUY WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS Lots 8 ,S. Blk. 220. First Add.to shipping centers of Florida-Florida Motor Lines forms an Important connecting -
the City of Okeechnhee.
I '' i,e '5 ,,'p.,' nf sold pronertv link < bringing together men and women of aO occupations a J. centersof
--'- nnder said Certificate Issued was tn
the name of. Okcwhobee Company trade and recreation.
'oh. I'ertlfli'nte shnll be rs

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK -'ivniwl"Ibii'---u'to,llns'shall to Inw he property sold to de.the Today Florida Motor Lines, and the war-busy state It serves, Is busy at the
"'i'-lipi 1 i' ''t-- nt the Courthouse door
", \' nilnv In the month "* lob of helplnq win an early and final Victory. But when the day of peace arrives
\nv. 1IH1" which Is the 7th day of
lee'. 11111Dated Florida Motor Lines J be ready to provide the
this. 3rd day of April 1045.ov .
I n, UAt'I.EUSON. luxury and convenience of bu
OFFICERSC. Circuit Court of super- s to carry
..bl'. County. Plarliln
H. McNULTY, President (Circuit Tniirt Real) you. swiftly and pleasantly In any direction you me wee tue't

N. RAT CARROLL, Vlce-Pr R B. MESEKVb!: VIC"-Pru. r1dRf may choose.FRJD.Y a" :;it

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R. B. Reserve 3. M. Roe, Sr. J, 0. Pearce Allen Markham 1/1.1" 11) mi pw

E. M. Meiem C. H, HcNulty .._ _N. Ray Carroll '.... 4 4
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