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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: July 13, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 31-Number 4 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 13, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Okeechobee Chamber of CommerceWill MARVIN OF BASSENGER II. CHANDLER PASSES Preliminary Work

Important Notice PINES
AWAY AT BAY

Service Men Beginning next week, a free' Put on Campaign for Membersand Marvin H. Chandler, 60, of 'Bassenger On Airport RoadIs

passed away at Bay Pine* .
Innoculatlon of
clinic for the

the World Over resident of Okeechobee county Expects Everyone to Be Active Hospital Bassenger July March 2. 23 He, 1895.was born In Now Under Way

against typhoid will be held at I
Funeral services were held In the
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the clinic room In the city hall. -
Cpl. E M. Robinson left Tuesday I In an effort to set up a program and they will be given sincere con Bassenger cemetery Friday, July 6, Preliminary work on the new air

to return to the Army Camp at I j : Dr. E. F. Hoffman, of the :i I of definite projects for this year, sideration. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, con port road I II under way, with surveys
after spending State Board of Health will ar : I
Rucker, Ala..
Camp I i the recently appointed Program of ducted by Rev. Marion Martin of and the moving of power lines.
with his mother and Irl'e In Okeechobee on Monday The Okeechobee Chamber of Com
ten days here Work Committee headed by Nathan Okeechobee Stephen Funeral Homeof Mr. Hallowes\ working out of the
relatives. I I to set up this vital service Dr. merce Is planning to assemble a
other Zelmenovitz met with President Sebring was in charge Ft. Lauderdale office of the State
E. F. Dudley and Miss Hallie I list of names and addresses of per
I Meserve and Manager Conrath, of Pallbearers were A. R. Roebuckof Road Department, but whose home
who la now making Thomas, registered nurse, will sons who have purchased tickets on
Johns
Everett |I the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday West Palm Beach, Curtis Wrightand is In Lake Worth, II I the engineer
his home In Tampa spent several be on hand to give the Immunizing i the Silver Meteor, either at Se-
I evening \p discus projects of LaRue Chandler of Okeechobee, in charge of the staking out of the
first of the week here "shots" entirely] free of bring, West Palm Beach or Fort
the
days vital Importance and necessity to Henry Sloan of Bassenger, Sol Mc right of way this week.
relatives and friends. He charge. Clinics will be held each Pierce beginning July let and all
visiting the advancement of Okeechobee. !i Clelland and Bill Germaine of Se Since the right of way will be
from the during the month. This project Is
afternoon from
was recently discharged Tuesday one until -
This eight pointed program will be bring.He widened to 200 feet, many of the
States after thirty five o'clock for white Lholnji! i : carried on In order to deter-
United Navy
pa. I}
submitted to the Board of Director ; Is survived by his wife, Della; poles must be moved back, espe
months in the service. A dents, and on Thursday during ;: mint' how many persons would have (
seven I Chamber for and if i three his mother Ada the
of the approval ;i I daughter, dally along road as far as the
that time was spent 'I the same hours for colored boarded the Meteor at OkeechobeeIf
large part of pa adopted will be published and used wife of the late Willis W. Chandler railroad tracks, and this in Itself
battle of the Pacific. tients. Usually three Innocula- I I it had stopped here.
in the areas
I as a blueprint of chamber activity. ; four sisters, Mrs Grace Holmes Is no small job. Eventually there
While here Everett announced that tions are given, one week apart, I II I Members are all in agreement
In consideration; the of Fort Pierce; Mrs A, R. Roebuckof i will probably be a mid-state, super
hi had purchased ten acres of land for protection against typhoid. that stops should only be made '
I I II work done during the past West Palm Beach; Mrs. Anna highway along this route, and securing .
which adjoins his mothers place on I It Is hoped that this clinical nary upon signal but that our city certainly -
I Williams of Cornwell Mrs Alice the
by several citizens toward the ; necessary 200-foot rightof
year needs this service and the
Lake Front. service he extended Include
the may to
establishment of a Chamber of Germaine, o{ Sebrlng, and three way for such a road Is easier to
hookworm detection and railroads will need to offer Okee
Commerce In Okeechobee those who brothers, Grover and Alton, of Bas acomplish now, before any Improvement .
Division treatment, Immunization chobee this service and thus con
the 81st Infantry against
With
: and John, of Okeechobee, starts than
of their time and effort to get senger after hard cur
Somewhere in the Pacific(Special diphtheria, and vaccinations, a gave action started feel that such tinue the good will among citizens I and a host of friends facing is done.
WilliamP. service needed some of this community, after the war I
to Okeechobee NewI-T.5 badly by this
I efforts should be carried further He served In the armed forces of Some skillful grading and some
Humphrey of Okeechobee, Florida county, and that school children It when competition from airlines, Word War I and was employed by heaven-sent rains have Improvedthe
full membership.
has been awarded the Medical especially may receive such pro- by securing buses, and private cars will again I
I will be remembered that during last John Audubon Society, as wardenfor existing road so that It i II no
Badge for "satisfactory performance tection without cost. I be experienced
I July R. B. Meserve came to Okee- many years longer necessary to take one's life
I
All citizens In this
county are requested -
of duties under actual combat
Mothers should not hesitate chobee on a visit from Marianne to In one' hands to get to the airportor
I to the Chamber of
condition" because of fearing bad results, notify on to Basenger. Permanent Improvement
the -
dinner at
at meeting
speak a
Commerce when to travel Miss Perilee Hunt
they plan
T-5 Humphrey Is a medical corps to take their children to these Southland tfotel'- and was subsequently of the road as far a* the
man with :MaJ. Gen. Paul J. Muell clinics week for by ticket purchased at Sebring,
next typhoid asked to head the airport, thanks to the hard work of

er's Slat Infantry "Wildcat" DivisIon protection. The shots in many | zatlon as Secretary, which he orranl'l de- I West Palm Beach or Fort Pierce. Miss Sarah Howell local agencies and our representative

which last fall wrested the cases produce no reaction at all; I, dined to do. This same group car r Bill Hendry, Is fine as far as

Palau and other Western Caroline at the worst, there be a few it but the hard
may | rled on after the arrival here ofMr. THE GADFLYBy Entertain Rotary goes surfacing
Islands from the Japl. hours of slight fever and some : Meserve last January with the should extend to the county limits.

The infantry medical corpsman'lmother discomfort In the arm muscle Okeechobee County Bank and he Undoubtedly this project will be attained .
Mrs. Dora Humphrey, resides \RJORIE B. WALL\CK
But these Intime..
slight reactions are
: took over the work as a civic duty. Prof. C. M. Williams as chairmanof
at Okeechobee. nothing compared to the almost i I Being just conceited enough to
>: He has carried on the chamber correspondence the program committee of the
certain protection against a serious think that more of you read the Mrs. Oliver Dykes this week
received
U S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville I and worked with the : Rotary club presented an unusually
disease which has threatened Gadfly column carefully than other a letter from her husband
,
assistance of Hiram Raulerson to Interesting trio to
Fla., July 6-(Special to Okee- on Tuesday
to assume epidemic proportions II Item In your Okeechobee News, I Pfc. Oliver Dyke who I II with the
and
chobee News-Warren K. Garner, get things started. A small group amuse edify the Rotarlan
I in nearby parts of the am reporting herein the gist of Dr. Army on Okinawa. He sent her
back Miss Perilee a
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Holly P.Garner, volunteered to join and the Hunt and Miss Sarah
I I A. P. Black' remarks about the
Japanese flag that
state was captured in
Okeechobee, Fla., recently graduated organization of a Chamber of Commerce Howell played piano numbers, Miss
I water plant, at the Rotary meeting the fighting on that Island. He has
from the Aviation Storekeeper's Remember! White patients, and no effort was made to Hunt gave a short, complimentaryand
Tuesday. Because It Is importantthat been in the Pacific
School here and was promoted to from one until five on Tuesday make a thorough canvas for members comprehensive report of her fighting more
we know and blow about all than sixteen
Aviation Storekeeper Thrd Class In afternoon; colored patients from I believing that such effort impressions of the Florida State Col month

the U. S. Na>y. one until five Thursday after should be deferred until a paid the rood things in our town: it Is lege for Women, and Dr. A. P.

Entering the Navy October 21, noon. Secretary-Manager was secured. good for our civic spirit to realize Black of the University of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reeve and children .

1944, k. received hi* recruit train I Mr. !.. V. C"nntht who."fs an. experienced : that we have an exceptionally' fine spoke with enthusiasm of the Okee- Donald and Glenda Sue of

ing at Great Lakes, 111., later being y Chamber Manager" for plant about which ,we,.hfive. A,..per cholijB.! watsr- plant. Prof...Williams Winter Garden are, "y fat ting Mra.. .
feet right to boast.
transferred to the Naval Air Tech ten years In Florida and recently of introduced the: program numbers Beeves parent, Mr. and Mrs. JohnL.

nical Training Center here. \ Chinese Combat Command, U. S. I Hopklnsville, Kentucky, has now Dr. Black spoke with contag'ous \ with interesting remarks of his Chandler, and also Mr. and Mr,.
enthusiasm about
to Okeechobee I II the plant, makingthe Reevu.cldedly .
Army (Special own. V. F.
Aviation of I
Garner is now a qualified taken charge of the management
Leonard Berger, 26, unqualified statement that It Miss
:News)-Captain Hunt presented
"Improvisation -
Storekeeper and will probablysee the affairs of the organization A
and Mrs. M. B. Berger, I I was one of the best, perhaps even and
\ son of Mr. Melody" by Arthur L.
Unit. committee Is
service with a Naval Air membership now giving
1365 Palisade Avenue, Palisade!I thought and study to a plan for the best, plant In the state in many Brown a* her piano solo, and Miss picky about eating.

New Jersey, Is serving with a signal Increasing the membership and ways. For Instance, we have a water Howell played "Vals Caprice" by I have watched with Intereat and

I detachment of the Chinese Combat plans will be announced In a few pant which Is capable of puttingout R. A. Newland. The poise, self-pos admiration the evolution of Mr*. T.

GILBERT Command, supervising the Instruction weeks for such at seven times as much good water session and assurance always acquired D. Hux'i property from a tiny

THEATRE I of Chinese soldiers in all which time everyone a Interested campaign will j I as 1 fl now required In the city; by young people when they trailer, through the phase of addition .

phases of communications work. when other communities are havingto go to college was reflected in the to the trailer, to the present
be chance to the Cham
:':==x==:': =='..'== :':==: I" Berger, whose wife is making her j ber.given a join ration water, this means a great new firmness of touch and sureness attractive house, with the trailer

I I home in Okeechobee, Fla., was | deal In safety, fire protection, ability of technique displayed in both performances finally consigned to the duty of

Sunday and Monday graduated from Fort Lee High for expansion, and bait for future which were very much storeroom or possibly later guest-

School, Fort Lee, N. J., In 1935, and The regular meeting of the Boardof Industries. In case of storm I enjoyed and heartily applauded. I room in the yard Mrs. Hux has

_. "STAGE DOOR .. entered the army in October of Directors of the Okeechobee damage to power lines; the Installation Dr. Black managed to pack a worked hard herself, made effectiveuse

1940. Stationed at Camp Murphy, Chamber of Commerce was held] Friday of a gasoline-driven pump will great deal of Information into a of substitute materials when

CANTEEN"with ordered Capt. i make it possible, by storing waterto and her little home I II
Fla., when overseas evening July 6, 1945 at the short report on the water plant necessary

an All-Star Cast of 49 Berger arrived in India October, I I Women's Club with President Me. capacity beforehand, to keep the here. His remarks are more fully really very pretty, Inside and out

Stars and 6 Name Bands 1944, and in China, February, 1945. serve, presiding. All members were city supplied with pure water for recorded elsewhere In The News side, with crisp white curtains at

Also:. PATIIE NEWSt Assigned to Chinese Combat Command present with the exception 'of one at least three days during a hurri Guest at the Tuesday meeting the large windows, and the grounds,

he has been instructing I I who was out of town and a lively cane-even a week, if folk woulJ betide those taking part In the program In spite of construction work, kept

: Chinese since that time. discussion of a number of matters I be careful to use only a* much water were Jack Spenser of Paho- neat and tidy.

Americans of the CCC under Maj. I was carried. as was actually imperative This kee, Jack Wolff, who II I home on Who owns the cabin camp on the

Gen. R. B. McClure, Palo Alto, one Item alone would justify all the furlough, and Mr. Conrath west outskirts of town It's a pret
Friday and SaturdayDouble Several important subjects, among secretary
Calif., are working closely with 11 which was the maher of securingsome expense of putting the plant In of the Chamber of Commerce.Carl ty sad tomato. The Inhabitants of

Feature Program Chinese armies, divisions and small additional houses for Okee fint-class condition, for the usual Durrance was the only mem the cabins have done their best and

I er unit under Gen. Ho Ying-chin, chobee, were discussed by Nathan I lack of safe water during a storm ber' absent, being out of town, and they do keep the yard raked, they
ROBERT YOUNGCHARLES supererae commander of all Chin Is. not only disagreeable but an since have planted towers and vegetable,
he never falls
Zeln enovltz, chairman of the Program to make up his
LAUGHTON armies, in the war against Ja- open invitation to disease. "' all without lookIng .
Ie" of Work Committee, recently Dr.: meetings, it Is safe to say that the but one sees, really
MARGARET O'BRIEN"THE pan's continental military power in appointed by President Meserve. He Black reviewed the steps tak attendance record will once againbe i I. the row upon row of un-
In en to purify the water, but since the '
China. 100 painted, wobbly shacks. The contrast
I promised to have a definite program I Ii per cent.
CCC is engaged \in advising I II method has this with Alto Wat
The !. of projects to submit to the Board covered President Hiram Raulerson announced of camp
and assisting Chinese forces in i ford' artistic cabins at the other
CANTERVILLEGHOST" Con- that the
at the next meeting. Manager won't program committee
prosecuting aggresive warfare I I rath displayed a "dummy" folder take up space going over it has made the member responsible end of town, U sharp and painful.
the Japanese This liaison | Suffice it to say that when the I hear protest concerning the
against
I with the suggestion that such fold. for meetings as their names \
I with water reaches your tap, It Is safe, I in last week's
"LARRAMIE is concerned primarily plan ,I er be printed and sent to all Serv clear, appear on the roll In rotation. This statement Newe that
ning ard execution of field! training Okeechobee softer than most city water, plan make Clifford It was the oldest business Institution
ice Men from County Boyle the
and I
TRAIL"with and tactical operations, and with to encourage them to establish as pure as science can make It. chairman for the meeting next In the county. Now I didn'twrite

receipt, c'ltributlon' : and assignmentof I themselves In business or employ. To quote Dr. Black directly, "No week. I that story-if I had, I would
BOB LIVINGSTON
city of this
and I size in the entire state added these words
American equipment sup I In this after release have qualifying
ment community
SMILEY BURNETTE plies-including those moving over from Service. Conrath was I of Florida has a treatment plant to In food at Blanding, since HP's Inspect which clarify and confirm the

LATE NEWSComing the new Stilwell ad--for Chinese authorized to have the folder print. compare with that in Okeechobee." each man's plate a* he leave claim: "in continuous operation."

military units. ed. So now. We are unique, folk,. We the table, and unle it has been There were business Institution In

::1 have something better than any1body '- entirely cleaned of all edible food, the county which antedated the
Other matters luch a* securing a else. Hop on the nearest he sits back down and
Ed Alderman returned to his up finishes has newspaper. But, unfortunately for
milk route in this section by one fence post and crow. Then cleanup meal before he I II allowed
I home here Tuesday after spending go to leave. them, they have not been "In con

ten day in Orlando with Mrs. of the large creameries, securing your back yard An excellent thing, not only for the tinuous operation so I think the

Guest In the House Alderman who I I. a patient at the an Armory erected by the State, Jack Wolff made an interesting present conservation of food, but honor of having the longest unbroken
and better enforcement of the City remark at the Rotary luncheon. for the installation
The
of .
Sensations of 1945 Sanitarium. She Is improving and a good habitIn record of production a* a business
To Have and Have not expects to be able to return to her Building Code Every citizen i II Invited Gad-fly had just been sarcastic at the boys Although most of us reeally does belong to our
tend In suggestion whichhe the
to expense of oldster
army the were brought
Hollywood Canteen home here soon campion up to "clean newspaper.Who .
V may have for the advancementof subject of food waste, and Jack our plates," the abundance of food want the record for having

BUY MORE WAR BONDS Okeechobee, to Manager Conrath declared that there was no waste has made the present generation de. the longest unbroken line of Junk!
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< Cerliriinte I..\MNumbir > CiTIIN.ttle LAN) 'Ilf.E. IN AND FOR OKEE- M a.l a.ria.
l\dtlhl\l' favorable all the kind and to all
lot Klk 8 T R .Numhir Lot Ink H T R ciioBin\ COUMY FLORIDA. to "

4110( Lot 21__._. .. 5-: \V'(1'o74'I'} IV 118 : ) cffectlons unfriendly CHECKED IN T DAYS WITH
sublime so
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-- ESTATE OF F. B. RAMBO, ) or
fat: Lot 23 TO & MVVi\ of
Published Every Friday by thll OKtMIIOHt: I .be1'i\ of :MS'1,4 11 37 33 .: VOIHF TO rnr.DiToKS) 1 i to hatred, persecution, tyranny LIQUID for

Okeechobee News Co., at Oksscho- II uIIEN14MI : ('nlolo FH CUHMTOHS AND PER- and of MALARIAL
TO AIL : Injustice, every sort
1111.I II.I \' lol!
bee Okeechobe County, Florid f:'-4 MlHl BONO IIAMNO CLAIMS Ott I>BMivns 6 6 6 SYMPTOMS
m Lot ;a> 4 Seattle.
I malevolence
UN llunil II 13., 83 anti AuuNsr SAID ESTATE : as Ihe gospel.- directed
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BRYANT BOWDEN. .. . Editor t:'lx Lot. 10 10 1)7) Luts fl and 0IIS Si> : herebynotified .
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mutter July ( ITIt' pliiluis' mid iliiimnds yiiii
Fntired M iwonrt rlnss and HI -.... 20 the
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bee, Fin under Act of War 8, 1879. IM I I I..it, Jll ... 67 101 Lull 1 to 4 estate' of V, E, ,\MBrt 'doeeased
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Case No ... : tot 4 1 on f>r ln>f"re the Atb lily of AiiB".t. persons Interested In tbs estate
A. D IIII.ihlt.b( I In not 1m of said di'ceiler'f
OKEECIKH FK nuliilivlnlnii mrX-n. )) I r 117.U Lot Lot B 4 -.. 2 2 than 11! nor more than day 40 iliivi' after Ion are hereby notified that a Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.There's
A pollllrnl the ilnti of the I"bllrnllnll' this written Instrument purporting to be .
of the Mate of Florida > VOI1TIIOht V'nflofi: .. why the fee nlmpli' title to I the lint Will and Testament of said
rinintifiTS ) :>:CHOREE add laniln nliiMild not IIP by saM iloceilont has been admitted to proImte -
) S/l> part of 10 31 88 Court decreed to be rested In said In slid Court.
CERTAIN \NftS IN ) 172 All Blocks 1 County free and clear of oil (lien \ Oil are hereby commanded within
OhEF.l'IHIllKE: : (C'UfSTY ) to 1'hlc\ .. slid i'In I nm of every kind and such six calendar months from the date
FLORIDA aitnlnBt which ) MO\N fen almple title In salt County to he of the first publication of this notice .
taxes are iliHmim-nt ) "IIUtnl"IOS fnrerer nnli'tpd and confirmed and to appear and show came, If any yon
Defendant ) 01 S'4 of'4 E4 set at rout nuiilnBl any and all claimson can why: the action of said Court
nT' TO JI IFT TITLE of !V.Vt fM the part of enrh and every one In admitting snld will to probate
THE Sl'Arn OF FIOIUIM '',4 ......... 20 87 89 ot011 AND Vir iiK WAUNFn should not stand unrevoked
TO Ai.!. PFKSONS. .'III lg. OR .174 Lot. 11 ...... 1 TITVT ON AND AFTER THEAFOKFSA1I1 T. W CON ELY, JR.,
COHPOHATIOIlnxlng any Inter OKFFdlORFEIT KETt'RN: PATH A County Judge
nt In or' lien upon any of tbe land (' \' DEriiEBVH.L 11B gnrOIIT TO (County Judge's Seal)

dewrlne l In this Noire and, In the PM Lot 21 ........ 8 OltDEIl thnt this Notice lip published, Jul 6,13, 20, 2TTallaheeeee .
Bill of Complaint filed In the above nit Lot. 0 ...... 4 one time III the Okcochobee News. a I ,
rausn. minute' In' Okewhobee County, mill lot 2 17 ni-wnpnppp of iriiieral rlrt'nlotlonpnblliihed More to a Bank
State! of "' "rhl,.. ton'It : 711 Lot. 4 .- 10 In Okenliohce County, Florida
721! lot. 24 20 FlnrlilnMITNE. June llth 1043
Tat 1)E.CRIPTION OF 7110 lots. I ft and ",. mv: hand and offlihil. I NOTICENOTICE
Certlflvate I.'!Io IISamb'r seal this 11th of July. A. D, Is hereby given thst
day
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: Lot l.1lk" 701 Lots U 11113. the Trustees of the Internal Improvement than MoneyWhy

18 Tote 20 and and in ...... 2S UOY n. RU'LERSOS. Fund of the State of
27 ..._. .... 10 383 Nil Lots 10 Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida will offer for sale, to be
19 lot 31 _.__ 1\1 ss: 83 and 11 .._.. 29 rik<>p('hohce County Florida sold to the highest bidder at Talhnmiee -
Wt 1I"Il SE con 74 Lot 10 __.... anW7 (Circuit Court Seal) Florida, at 11 o'clock A. M.

of F.v, of lot 7 ........ R7ttl .. July 17th, 1941 the following described
sw! ,. fun IIJr..J Lot. 21 ....__., 87 lands In OKEECHOBEE
yll W IX THE COUNTY JVDOE'S COUBT CO" TYI has this bank so in size
till Lot H _..... 80 grown
I 2'9? ylo N nil lot 13 ._... 39 IN AND FOIL OKEECIIOBEECOCNTY : : E4( of SWU of NE% and RE14
TM Tile E k'Mi) H no ft )fLnts FIOR1DAIX of NF'4 South of Hancock Meander
211() 7"1 CS 33 33 14, 13 KB: ESTATE OF Albert F.Arrhenlnr Line !Section' 12: Township 87 and popularity? Maybe because we
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fo1 Iti9 610" yaeN niiil HI ...... 47 : Okeechobee County, Month, none 33: East
of SIP eorfI.oe. P.!022: Lot 10 ..._. 67 Florida THIS NOTICE la published In compliance than into
29. Run i,7: Lois 4. A and Notice li hereby given to all whomIt with Sections 27007 270.03 and try to put more money
I1: 2:11: 7d. S 0 f,9l mn\ rOIl"r". that on tbe Oth day of 27009 Florldn Statutes 1011 I I

1113 yl4e W l lIil: Lot 1 ....... 02llll'S Auiriiiit-, 1)143, I chill apply to Honorable The snccesHful bidder Is to pay the banking. Call it "a cooperative at
: Oydl 8 SOS I.ot. 11 ...... 77 T. W. I'onph. Jr. Jmlue of in1Acourt advertising costs ,
r-da ......__ n a3 33 hut Lot 8 ((11 ns Judge of Probate for my The Trustees of the internal Improvement I
n JI"I I Ia yd.N P.1 im: Lot 5 _. 105 flnnl illmharve ni Administratrix of Fund of the State of Florida titude" or just plain "friendliness",
bf II\V eon 1110: \ Lots 1 and S ion the fsinip of Albert F. Arrbenlus, reserve the right to reject any

I.*. 2 runE lilt Lot S: .. ___. 10* ilecinvd 1 : and that at the same time. and all bids
2Z0 'da S 1110 Lots. B and 6 1<* 1 will pnniMit mr final accounts IIImlnl.rnlrlx BY ORDER of the Trustees of the we're always mighty pleased whenwe
701 yh W 117S Lot 1 11(1l.'iU ,\, of said estnte, and internal Improvement Fund of the

2:11: I yule IiJJ'II Lot. 8 ... 122I.'OI : ask for thilr npprovai.rmtcd State of Florida
rla ..__ 2a? M M Lots. 4 and K 122 nt Okoechobee Florida this Mlllnrd F. Caldwell, Governor can help a good citizen realize

foB Lot U ...... 30 03 88 1.lIt> 1.1.11" and IIl:2 the Bib' din of Jnh. 1041 Attest :
:NEW' l.M'l! Lot 4 ..__.. 115I MRS. SeE IT.I.AdmlDI.trntrlx. F C Elliot Secretary worthwhile
*.Uiin; l.otl 10 Trustees I. I. Fund some purpose.
OKtMllOHFEIIMMIT and. 11 _. 141 Jill il 13 20 27 --
Dili: \ Lots. 9 to
MB Ji-4: and I 1J Inc _...._ 175: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE': IX- THE CIIirriT COURT OF THE OF
It\\ Yj CIRCUIT
1547 Ix>ts 4 and, NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NINTH JUDICIAL ,
100 lot 11 ... .. 4RSt FIORIDA IX AND FOR OKE9
Elyof Lot 5 211: Fr.ORITI.IS ND FOIl OKEEcuonnr
Jill Loll 8 and 4 1 1119 lot. 3 .. ..... 2JJ117t : COUNTY.ClIAVCEUY CHOBEE COUNTY IN CHAN And we know how to make loans-
113 Inti 1. :2 I.ots. 1 to CERY.Clitntfry.
CASE No. 033:
nml 2 7 ...... 10 4 Inc .......... 234 Clara Tuhhs Itolnnd. ) Cane No. 831 without red funds
110 Lola :'HI, 87 EDNA CLAY DILLON ) tape-when are
end. SS __... 10 KOI'Til Plaintiff ) Plaintiff )
II1! .! OK.UIIO: EE v5. )
12 TS )
1U Lot 41 13 P.1001 \\'Vj "f Lots James Roland ) IOXNIE DILI.ON. ) needed quickly to meet a business
Defendant 1
1J2 I.i'ti 44, 43 4 and S _. 1 Defendant. ) .1

Coil 411 ...... 11 11,70 Lot 0 ..?.. B THE STATE ORDER OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR ORDER TO APPEAR or personal need .
1713 Lot 2 .. 20
151 lot 21 Id THE STATE OF FLORIDA I
120 Lot 2rt ._... 10 17ii Lot 8 ...... 31 known To JAMES ROLAND address un To lonnle Dillon 111 South Broad-

111 Lot 2t ...... SO 1771: lot fl 12 It In: hereby ordered ,,'ov.: Lexington Kv.
17'( lots 1 anil :2 17 : that you are
113: Luis 33
anil It Is hereby ordered that are
IHIMI Lot 3 .._... 40 required to appear on the Ifltb dar of Ton
:.11)) ...---.... 20 minimi to appear on the Oth dnv
Jill. A. D. lilt! before above-entitled
1111 Lot II .._... 2tIII 1S1! Lots N and 146 Court to the Hill of Complaint filed i of Anpint 1141. before the shore entitled '

lot 23 .. 20 OIlTIIEqT against TOM In the ehove-entitled i Court, to the Bill of Complaintfiled
143 I.otl 1 roll 2: 27 .tllDITIONTO ; canpe And the Okeerhobee News Is against von In the above entitled
H4 Lot 21 .. ... 1:1! CITYIwnted hereby dnnlgnnteil' U the newspaper In'I' came, wherein the plaintiff
111 Lots 23 and In... 16 87 83 which this order seeks to nhtnln an nhmilute dl'IIrre'Ir'
2'1 .__._.... 81 1''I1 lot 2 //I shall he published m MIII And Thi Olipechohee NewsIs
once a week for four ((4)) consecutive ,
153 Lot. 43 to 1":14 Lou 1 anl,2 w..ph. hereby designated, as the newspaper I

41 10"'t- C2 l..t2 I.ot 20 ..:... 10 WITNESS tbe Honorable A. O In which this order shall he ACCOUNTS, LARGE AND SMALL,
153 Lots SS and Wl Lots 11! Runner a* Jmliro of this Court and published once a week, for lour (4)
29 ._... 38 and 20 11
.h the eonnociitlve weeks. I
seal of
:: this Court In the City of SOLICITED
1,0 1ts 11 and U'\TR. OVeechohre Okeechobee ('ountFlor.- WITNESS the Honorable A. 0 I

1C1 lita"I"f."o 3t I'VitK N/II kill. this 14th day of June 1M!!. Kanner as Judge of this Court and
I of butt Lot ROY II. HAUIER10N!' the meal of this Court In the City of
Inc 14 to RI: II __. ._...... 2't 87 89 Clerk of Clrcnlt Conrt. I Okeechohee. Okeechohce County: Florldn
Inc 44 to 62: 1,,H lots 1 to Okeechobee County, Florida this 11th dnv of. Tnlv. VU1. I
Id Inc lit-.. 87 B Inc C (Circuit Court Seal) I ROT R. RAULERSON. -
Lots to 80
Inc and 8* .. 34tECTKW 1101.01," :Jn 13! .Jl 13 '' Clerk of Circuit Court I
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x I) liM-Dtvil In 91 37 85Jg I Okwchohee County, Florida'
US Lots C P.l-Uj Lots 8 to I I Tly Doris r.nnlner Deputy Clerk GKEECHOBEEE COUNTY BANK
24 to
Mr and (Circuit Conrt Seal ; I II II II
28 Inc ....? 23 Inc 1IIOnB1.NI Mrs. R. E. Hatrrlck andJ. ;

166 Uti ft. 5J: > E. Cone, local manager for the I
and 2* .. ... 501C7 I'VIIKI)
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Lots 81: to + of I'nrt N t'I.: 37 33 Denmark Furniture Company, are I

:M I _.. :! 1101: All lucks 17
J1) I pending this week In 'I ELECTRICAL
im 4)bMnc' to to 23 Inc, 30 Greenville WORK
211 Inc to 34 Inc and and OFFICERSC.
?.... :30 411 Jacksonville I
14D Lots 2> and
23 B4SD of H. McNULTY, President
_..... 80
170 Lots J7 to 4111/i of "W N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. R. B. MESERVE, Vlce-Prei.
0. J. Price returned his
to homeIn
/4 of NF'/4 13 37 83
E2 Ine ....
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Mil! Lots 8 and 8 P. P. EVANSHOUSE
Okeochobeo
(.R \NIIK ).\ to 1 ( ( IF:
TIIIRN employed in War Work at
172 Lot. 1 tO )'1'F." ,\I" B. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0. Pearce Allen Markham

?4 ,.Inc 2t HITIOV In. 13 37 85 Cleveland, Ohio lines the beginning i I E. M. Meiero C. H. McXulty N. Ray Carroll
173: UU\. l 'A 0 1011 lot. 1 1
of the He
24 I ... 13: I l'IJ2! Lots 1, 2. 8. war. was foreman of -
174 Lots l eto. 5toil A U a plant with eleven hundred work. WIRING I Phone 15BEGINNING

24 Inc ...... 2rt 11123! T.i"; a :_::.:: D:
173 Lots 1 Coil 2 OJMM FIRST ..1PDITION ers under his direction

THI..\\H TOM)1'TIIERN .,. ..
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1S3 Lots. 411 to 111:3: Int II ______ a
80 IncIlkKC __.... WIlIb11T.tD \
: IIOItFK Itta.14It D
A REDDYTOON
1'12tl1 H< IIM Itr'nted
Vt of n vi .. n 3:1: 311 In __ .n ... 13 81 U
201 Lot. 21 11)27 1.0t 10 __ ._ B D p SERIES OF FUN AND FACTS !

anll 2 ._.... 12227i ",'f.l. 3Il1J 'S
11@, l,3") It 1"1 rtn8111 ,\;
W of XI-: .I '' % WATCH FOR THEM !

844 I.f NE'4 ofNF
trNiVt4
of % N 01n
NWofl't'1. :(' 1\ .. 21 81 U
run W fAIt 2'J2' WI. ur lot 7 j Go11y you'ae TODAY -REDDV

II 1-,11 f tB 111tlI..rllF. jI I i A HIf EDI WORKS FOR ALMOST
60 rt X I' 'II Ii "IIIor KITE
131 1 It ....__ 20 37 33: I'erl of14.w. EygB OHE
173 Sl4 nf Nyt U and n 81 85 WIlO, AND DOES MORES
if IBW'4 lit tlia! Le10: ME? %
20 37 33 WORK FOR LESS
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81:1: at 5O 03ttt7 __ ..... U WAGES THAN
011 81" 3.
sad 83 run 03'It II.11T'S 2 Oti ANYONEj4"
!N nuu;' tt C.I'I'IT11)11IT105 WE GIVE A NOD TO
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N '77 deg IT iornted In 01: BEN FRANKLIN 14WfN.rllrroorl

4133 cbs to Lout ..........7/a It 81 85 FOR PROVING, WITH I
f'o II t trim 20111 LM 1\ ._. .. 1\
roll N771ee 1'.2112 l."t 12 ...__ 10 HIC FAMOUS KITEEXPERIMENT I'

E 407rha 21132 108 12 .... 12 THAT 1
then(. 0 10 Louts nonl / LIGHTNIN&ISREAlLyREDPX I
dug a mill 2:: _. .. .. 3:1: GIFT of the GODS

E llts! the KH 41 of48PU1NE'>> b+ KILOWATT- ._-
d1'g 18 .. Sf 33 33 c -
OLD
1 YEARS AGO
hurt, W tt.o9() fa )i"1l :7.' IV ('or t
cbl to Beg of 111\14. runE MAN ,)UDITt R 3
except Con 429 ft ,14
tie? Highway 33 37 33 440 'IIS IV4S1114 IIURLIDALIGHTNIN6 IT TOOK THE OOODOL' _
320 Lot 33 out. ft 440 BOLT DOWN TO / U, ATOREALIZETNEDWIC
lido ""Illn ofBtrinmxtlin" ..._. .... 311 33 83
EARTH GAVE TICAL POSSIBILITIES OF
I 7/8 38 33 lit NITy of SIP44of AND
34:1: All II of ItRItW NEI4 _... 9 37 33fJ THE WORLD REDDV KILOWATT-AND I ITHOMA

..__.. 4 38 3D :! N'y 01 8E'4III y 1R'DDYKILOWATT' ? EDKON PUT HIM REDDY KILOWATT
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\\,14 of5E .. V<3ur Electric ?rvant- ON THE PAYROLL WiTH HIS
GREAT % 9 37tJ3 35 ..., Your Electric Servant
LAKEit 8/0 14Ely OF $814M BUT MENREC& IED IT AMAZING/ INVENTIONS Raolesas MO.Ul.M 0initut '

3:53: Lots 2(1( 21 S\\'I. E WITH FEAR for CtNTUIiI1: .
and 22 .._. B of FF 9 B7 311fI.I ...,
tint titiiin
3.1: Lot 7 .__..... 4 NE'4 of SE"of
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('ON 4F.114IIIOIILANDS s\\14 17) -
of FF.C __.. 0 37 83M IOYS and Clrli If you ore not Irsady 0 m.mb.f of ids Rsddy !Kilowatt Club Mod

"If or 1it4! : NE14of NW'14 In your ions, og* smd address to in today lot m.mb.nhlp and you will rscslv

80. I 11 of Ft:.' .. \I 111 88m pencil bodgs and comic book. 7h... art |uit 0 fee of the many things you will get SOIun' .r

361 Lots 20 514.or SF.4 "B7 88 when become msmbtr. And H'l ,. FLORIDA I POWER t LIGHT COMPANY
and 21 ?._ 2 nit' 8F.4 of :5E4 14 87 33n0 you a All ..1
3110 Lot 7 43 N K of NW 4 Ii 81 85Y :

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FOR PIGS


FOR PULLETS
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BUYING I WITH AA KILLING POWER
r ? w growth, 't FEEDER PIGS PURINA FLY SPRAY
and rigcc fee lotting 1
egg production.: "" Md Kill fliM, moraV
For early, proftobli toe. gnats, moth*
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layer,feed... I FEEDING I Udbngi, ante, wa.Pleaiant

94Iioe BREAD WE EAT ,. "v't':, ".". E, w PURINA. r PURINA I tar italnlees bugs, mad odor*flab.lot,
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For many years we have been telling the progress and civic betterment.This I is particularly -
world what a fine place the South is; of reflected in the extra-ordinary 'WQRM PULLETS WORM PICSfOI iy-KIUER

Its great natural resources and its favor developments of recent years. -' .. IAIOI with IOUNOWOSMIFOR AA killing power-long
LARGE ROUNDM.
able factors for economic growth. It U in A land of abundant natural wealth,possessed .. I, : Puna ...EFFECTIVE rep.Uencydeathcham-
/'i WORMS *PURINACHEKRTON ,. ..
r. to* EASY beg proved. See w for
truth a goodly land. by a people of vision and integrity, '....SHOCKLESSPURINAPICTABS ( your Btedi now.
But of all the assets possessed by this the South gives promise of even greater "y
favored region, the most valuable are its things for the future. To assist our us'Tx'W.;; IN THE MASH PURINA LIVESTOCK SPRAY-

people. Representative of the best that is friends and neighbors in the building of WAKE UP SLEEPY LAYERS Nay ,BOSS!
America,the people of the South by their a better community will continue to be I I
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self-reliance, and intelligence have of DoN'TfORGtTTO.
energy one Seaboard's principal objectives in .". 1-
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demonstrated their capacity for economic the future. LIffJ II GET PLENTY OF I
,-.Ye,N: PURINA t' )
f. i0i LIVESTOCK SPRAY..
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I CANNING SUPPLIES UkIti rl'lfL: J i 5 KILLL I I C EJ1! Cure SMOKE meat SALT andJowl

I I Pint cad quart PURINA NEK-R-TON ''>a'r. '. KEEP PULLETS] fartandimprov.Helps cure
lize Jan com-
Buy more I plele with lids Helps get sluggisliblrds to eat the .-- COMFORTABLE, flavor
WAR BONDS Eaude and feed needed to geT'em back In .../.. uU. OO lb.
I jar lubbers. .. can
AIR LINE RAILWAY condition. When birds are "off -
I feed"_ remember Chek-R-Ton PURINA ROOST PAINT
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BURGESS SUPPLY CO.
The Seaboard congratulates Florida
upon 100 yean Statehood and Progrest Formerlyllion'i Farmer Supply
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the Several Property Owners, Taxpayers A. D. 1945, at the City Hall in said City of j


Citizens and Others having or Claiming any Okeechobee. Lists of lands to be sold have been ;


right, title or interest in any lands within posted at the following places!: in said City of ; >

the City of Okeechobee Florida, upon which

1944 City of Okeechobee taxes have not Okeechobee:


been. paid: e Front Door of the City Hall. ,


The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee, Bulletin Board in the County Courthouse. j


Florida, will sell all lands in the City of OkeeBulletin Board in United States Post office.


", chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which

City of Okeechobee taxes. for the year 1944 SAID SALE WILL BEGIN AT NOON


have not been paid, on the 6th day of August, ON AUGUST 6TH, 1945 .. .

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The man who teaches people who "can't ,
dance" to dance Arthur Murray is also a
very good business man who knows the valueof

newspaper advertising.
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Last year he spent $1,500,000 in advertis .
ing his dancing schools throughout the nation,
and ninety per cent of this advertising went
into newspapers. Murray advertises accordingto
his own yardstick for successful advertising,
which in his own words is this:


"My theorizing days in advertising have
long since passed. My copy pays as it goes
., along-or else! I've discovered that there are
three basic steps to succeuful advertising:

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through;
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"(2)) Keep your name constantly before '
the public-advertise as often as

you can; and .

"((3) Tell your story where the most
people can see it in the (daily)
news paper, which nearly everyone
reads every day."

And if and when Mr. Murray opens danc-
ing schools in America's smaller communities-
he will undoubtedly turn immediately to the

weekly newspapers which are read even more
thoroughly and intensively than are dailies ,
and which are kept in the home from six to I
seven days a week until the next issue arrives.
-The National Publisher.

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