The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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 7 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 3, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Capt Virgil and Link Mrs. Visiting Robert Scholarships Will/ Mr.Reeves and to Mrs.Leave Vernon Sunday F. Representative W. J. Hendry Gives

Service Menthe Parents In OkeechobeeMr Be Given This Year For 3 -Weeks In Ala. Rotarians Account of Long Legislative

and Mrs. R. E. Link had as Mr. and Mrs V. F Reeves will |
World/ Over To Session And What It Accomplished
their guests this week Captain and Young PeopleCarl leave Sunday for Birmingham ,

Mrs Robert Virgil Link and their where they will spend three weeks I _
Franc visiting relatives and friends. They -
little daughter, Jan.
T Durrance, superintendent The Hon W. J Hendry the
July! 14, 1943 1 l lPatton's expect to go by way of Ocoe where Mrs. W. R. Snelling
Captain Link has been with Gen. of schools for Okeechobee county, Rotarians a most Interesting account .
Dear Bryanti 'I they will spend one day before goIng And Children of Ala.
I 8rd Army since he went announces that several scholarshipswill of the long legislature and
lines to howdy to Birmingham Their two sons,
Just few lay Here
a I II overseas last :November' He was be available to young people Visit Parents what it accomplished, at their
I Frank and Lauren, will
igaln, wounded December 20, and was hospitalized from this county, this year, for use accompany Tuesday meeting
Somewhere til France It my home them Mr. and Mrs. R B. Meserve have
France, In universities.A .
In the state
While Reeves of Winter visit from their daughter, He stated that at the regular
at the prtient time, put cai't say away Ed enjoyed a
that I am any too plcar-d about It, After leaving the hospital and rejoining new $400 scholarship, called the Park will be In charge of the :Mrs Vf. R. Snelling, and her two session a great deal of fine legislation
his outfit, 5th Division. Lewis scholarship, Is available to was passed for the benefit of
but what can I do about HT You Reeves Barber Shop. lovely children, Jane, four year
11th Infantry, Co T, ha was In, either sex on competitive examination and-a-half. Mrs. the returning veterans of this war.
laid It boy, "nothing"! old, and Billy, one-
This is teacher's scholarship
combat areas. Captain Link was a A five-man commission author.
and her was
lives In Marianna,
Iv"iaw In where the d tense workers a paper were to be given a awarded the Purple Heart, Silver and the one to whom It is given THE GADFLYBy husband a Medical Major, Is in the ized, composed of veterans, 1-0 look
must teach, In the state of Florida, '
Star and the Bronze Star after their interests in the state
but thou. ;
medal to wear, that'a fine, they deserve :Marlannas-same name,
He with the others 30 as many years as he receives the Marjorie B. Wallace law were paled enabling them to
the are on sands of miles apart.
It, but why forget poor
financial help. In ohter words, If h.KO" .
that have fought the war 10 days furlough. They will go to Mr. and Mr*. Meserve are happily homestead state lands; a fund of
guy I to the university for three This whole "meat point" situation $50000:
was established for
Clarksville, vocational
Tennessee beau-
hard the deferment system? I for retraining I settled in their new home, the
on I years before receiving hit teaching has me In a tizzy. training In hotel service
before the Pacificarea the Old
think those fellows should being sent to tiful old Chandler home on
poor diploma, he must teach for three With three boy in the serviced, and other laws for veterans' benefits .
if plans surrounded of the
have something to show for their are not changed. Dixie, by some
'earl. Each he one it without that I am
) year teaches goes saying most effective and unusual tropical were passed. More money was
too-I medal ----- -
suggest a I year's value of the principal and glad to do' without anything If It voted for school teacher salaries

shoeing a head Just sticking out ofa C. of C. Prepares interest of his scholarship I II can- will add to their well-being. I am plantings In the county. and for the aged and blind wards of
hole with streak
gopher a yellow I celled. He signs notes for this glad to go without anything If It the state. Good fisheries legislation

across the face of It. This should money, and unless he teaches in will help feed the decent, starving March of Times'Where's wa* secured largely through Hen
the attention of our Folder for Men
be brought to I this state, the notes are due as are people of Europe. I'm afraid I can't dry' effort, line this I II a branch

Congressmen at It would be almost any other notes, with interest. Butif give my meat portion cheerfully to I Thereat : of public good in which he U particularly

a crime to forget these fellows. In I Returning HomeThe I he teaches one year for each the Germans, remembering Buchen- Interested; closed season

fact I am surprised that some of I relr he received the scholarship, : wald and Dachau, and knowing the on shrimp and on certain kinds of

them haven't made a howl about It I the net result Is that he gets the II German people to be utterly unrepentant At Gilbert 26-27 our lake fish were instituted, the

already l Chamber of Commerce is money absolutely free, since the entire lake declared open to general

I let that Italy la being given preparing a small folder outlining notes are cancelled as they fall due. But all this Is entirely beside the "Where' The-MeaT?" I fishing, and beneficial change In a

consideration as a full ally. Not a few suggestions of business opportunities Applicants for this generous point-no pun intended. Because the That'a what everybody want to'' the law effecting the size and

many months ago our boys were be- and employment for returning scholarship must be high school simple truth Is that I have no know. But tho :March of Time film mesh of net made. Altogetherthere t

ing killed In that country. Strangehow servicemen who are interested graduates, American citizen*, and "meat points." None at all. I of that title that :will be at Gilbert were about 1200 bill Intro

such things can be forgottenso in reestablishing themselvesin must have character references Although I'm not griping, If this necessary. Theatre August 26-27 says: duced, Instead of the usual 2000 or

loon, someone seems to have forgotten Okeechobee and Okeechobee the examination for thl Is My quarrel Is with the blank assumption That there are more head of beefon more, showing that the men who

who she was with as long as County. scholarship will not be held u r441 by the OPA that the cattle ranges than In any pre chart our course feel that we have

that country was winning! Oh well, In ordr to secure the proper the fifteenth of this month, In the American housewife Is a moron, unable war year. about enough laws already, If they

what's the use of griping about It fIt'l names and addresses of Okeechobee high school building un'der the direction to do simple arithmetic can be properly enforced.
world times That many communities in the
a queer at If County men who are now in the of Pi'of. Williams, any It Is a matter of the most essential United: States today have 10 much Speaking oC the extraordinary
I have been wondering some
work- Armed Services, the Chamber of young man or young wouan wishing addition to realize that the 100 meat they hardly know what to do session, our representative said that
sort of tax plan could not be Commerce would like to ask some to take the examination is urged to '
red points allotted to two with It.That the results of the fight were onlya
ed so these countries that started member of each family who has a see :Mr. Durrance at once, to get each month will not secure a basic I compromise, and that an entirely
all this mess would have to pay for I anybody can buy all the
man in service to kindly tend his the application and papers properly ration of edible fats, cooking fats, satisfactory/ solution of our senate
it; I sure hate to think of the war meat he wants-without points
full and
name address on a postal made out in ample time and canned milk, 'much lees meat apportionment can only be securedby
debt as it now stands, and believe card to the Chamber of Commerce Two Senatorial for and yet legally, if he know how togo
scholarships If our new food czar will Just say an amendment to the constitution

It no more than fair to thrAlltednations tax these office.-_ -in 'the' Southland' hotel' build- '$200 each are available, oije for I fjanUy hat. w.e.fci '.,,scjioica...J ar about It.Thaffffesent. ,.H. stated that in his opinion. :
countries to hufypay r ng : soon as possible I so that: the oun-g'me'n and one for young women tween no meat at all, or'living ona meat production I* the senatorial tangle can only be

or would that be too cruel? mailing list can be assembled short- These are not teachers' scholar substandard ration of fats and almost one-half greater than it was solved by more senatorial districts,

Bryant, in case I have to eat that Iy "We are anxious to have returning ships, but the before the war.
our recipients must promise 11 ilk, In other words, admit the possibly making each county a
can of salmon, which I don't thinkI service reestablish live In That hog raiser requested by the
men to Florida to
persue cheer-
truth, I would be much more separate district with one senator.
will, bring a tooth pick, please. themselves in Okeechobee and this whatever profession or business Government to cut production sixteen
ful about the whole thing. This would be In line with our national -
I am lorry to hear about the folder is being sent to them offer- they engage in. Since. Itate money The black market In meat will percent, cut It over thirty percent plan, which give each state,
drouth and the loss of cattle from which precipitating a meat crisis.
ing suggestions might be of provIdes their education, the state
continue to flourish as long as regardless of population, two Sena-
it. I believe though that some of interest," said :Manager Conrath benefit That although there are now more
expects .to from their ac-
condition exists. People are goingt tOri to the Congress
this loss could have been cut If the I his morning. tivities.On head of beef on American ranges,
havoe a taste of meat once In a
Kiislmme River project had went ... they are producing/ relatively less Prolonged applause attested tothe
through. This would be a good post : Iron exploding bombs and tor. Representative's scholarship while, no matter how they have to meat. Interest of the club In the Hon.
is available for young men only, get it, especially in a country where
war project, pressure should be I edoes in the Princeton rained the Some of these statement may Hendry' report on the activities In
death on the decks of the Birming, one provided for young women cattle roam the pastures on every Tallahassee.All .
started now to that end. seem I Incredible. They are, however,
ham. being In use at the present time. hand which the owners are not allowed members absent last
Wishing you the best of luck. perfectly true. To understand thema week
Yours truly, After three months for repair, This I la also a $200 per year scholarship to market If enough red full explanation of what they im made up their meetings, holding the

the Birmingham steamed out again I I and 'Is a teacher' scholarship points were allotted 'to each adult attendance still at the 100
T/5 Charles H. Robinson, j ply Is needed-an explanation such percent
109 Post :Marine :Mamt. to take part in the Iwo Jima operation as well.Examination. so that meat could legally appearon as i II given In this latest March of mark.

Co., APO 228, and the battle for Okinawa. I I II I for all four of these their tables at least one a Time film. Two new member of the Rotary

Care Postmaster, I scholarship will be held on August week, and the situation were frankly Those who see the film will bet- club have been assigned to committee .

New York, New York I OVNG :MEN'S CHRISTIAN 15th, and will be Identical, comprising explained to them, I think they I gin to get some idea of the difficulties work by President Hauler-

ASSOCIATION the usual high school *ub- I would, on the whole, be satisfied, I l faced by Government officials son; J. E, Cone to the vocational

Aboard the VSS Birmingham In Oakland 12, California I 1 Jects. Anyone may apply for anyone and abide by the law. ,,like the_ OPA' Chester service committee, and W. J. Adam

the Pacific. Harold Jefferson July 23, 1945Mrs. of these scholarships, or for all A family with several small chil- Bowles who are trying to arriveat to rural work.W. .

Smith, seaman, second class, USSR:' : R. {V. DraughonBox four of them, as a safety measure dren can get along fairly well on measures which will Insure amore D. Coker will be in charge of
although of course only one wouldbe their augmented allowance of red the
Okeechobee Fla? serves aboard this 202Okeechobee equitable and wider distribution meeting next week.
awarded to one which Is of all
Florida any person. points out propor
ship which can look back on 121,500 of our meat.
All young people who are Interested tion to the number needed
miles of: fighting the Axis from the Dear Mrs Draughoni: If anything will help to clear up Hugh Thomas Spending
aI'' Your Roy Draughon, recently should contact Mr. Durrance babies, and a family with a cow I II
invasion of Sicily to the battle son the average citizen' confusion Thirty Days Here After
attended the Oakland Y. M. C. I! at his office In the court house at sitting pretty-exc'ept for the outrageous -
Okinawa. about the
meat situation
I present
Ten Months In
once. of feed. But I'm talk- GermanyHugh
A. Sunday morning Java Club. The
The Birmingham struck at Oklnavta :March of Time' "Where1 The
The need for trained teachers has ing about the of
two or
six months prior to Java Club meets Sunday morning "
targets Meat? should, for It gives the public
never been greater, and It i II hoped three adults, with no cow, but Thomas arrived in Okee
and Is planned to giveyoung
the landings and gave fire support the to this
I answer problem.
that by making the proper training healthy appetites, doing the expect. chobee last week and I II pending
to minesweepers clearing the approaches men an opportunity to enjoy
to the Island. During the Christian fellowship In a wholesome available to the young people of the ed amount of the world' work. against, shows that It I II high time thirty day here visiting his father,

state, Florida OIlY eventually ,havea Point value of edible fat, cooking Administration Dave Thomas, and family. H* has
campaign, she sank thousands ot home-like atmosphere Following for the Food to quit
tons of shipping breakfast, topics of Interest reasonable supply of good teachers fats, canned milk, and cheese, have puisy-footing and to give u* the : just returned to the United States

Operating with the famed 3rd and are discussed under the leadership for its schools been sneaked up a bit at a time straight truth. We can take it with I after ten month spent with the

5th Fleets and Task Forces 38 and of one of the Y. M- C. Asecre until they are 10 high that your 50- lout sugar coating, but we dislike I Ito Army In France and Germany.

58, she bombarded Wake Island, I ta rlea.I sit ,Sgt. H. J. Kirby Arrived point allowance a month doe not, be fooled. After his leave I II up her he

Home This and cannot, secure enough of themto Here's I The OPA will return to the Finney General
participated In air strikes at Tarawa Is a pleasure for us to contact Week After what mean. an-

took three..hits at Bougainville, I the parents of each fellow. Your 20 Months In Germany meet your actual needs In these nounced with fanfare that the Hospital at Thomasvill, Ga., wherehe
undergo treatment.
shelled ShortlandIsland, and hurled son appeared to be in fine health essential foods And you have not point value on torn meats will b*

her might Into'"th. assaults on Sal- and splendid spirits. We know you Sergeant H. J. Klrby has arrivedIn one single red point left over for down this month, "on or two point

pan, Tlnian and Guam, will be glad to hear this news from Okeechobee after spending twen; meat. a pound." Vernon Ezell Second

At :Mindanao, she sank 3,000 tons Oakland, California, ty months in France and Germanywith 'I So, unless you cheat the OPA and How perfectly duckyl High In Tampa Times

of shipping and assisted in the destruction Center of the West". May"Indultrlal\\ the United State Army. He i II get some meat anyhow, or cheat So this month, Instead of not Subscription ContestVernon

of another 3,000. At Bou you courage to stand the pending a thirty day leave with' your system and go without the having ten point for a pound of!

gainville, she blasted four Jap constant anxiety for your ion's his wife at the home of Mr. Bessie minimum amount of more essential steak, I haven't got eight point fora Ezell, local representative

planes out of the sky and scored safe return. Alderman foods, you are going to arrive at pound of iteak, and that ought to for the Tampa Daily; Times, received

hits on 11 others. If at any time we may be of Sgt Kirby stated that after his the last week In the month In a'' make me a lot happier, no doubt. a letter Wednesday stating

leave he state of bewildered chagrin, com American have the Intelll that he was second high In the
Following the battle for.Leyte I service to you or your son, please was up expected to go women

gulf, the Birmingham was damagedfor feel free to write us and we will back Into special training the army pletely out of red point and won. gene and the character to accept subscription contest for that paper

the second time. She had gone do our utmost to work with you In Is putting the men through for the dering why the truth. Let them be given the which bal Just closed. Includedwith

alongside the USS Princeton to behalf of the fine lad w* have In i final attack on Japan The increasing number of letter truth, along with a complete clarification the letter -was a check in the

battle fires resulting from a direct our Allied Forces. to newspaper from people who and revision of the addled amount of /$70.66 a* his award.

hit. The ships lay In a trough of Sincerely yours, I Roy Smith of Jacksonvillt spent have finally broken through the and. Inadequate red point system, Mr. Ezell took on the distribu

the rough waters separated by MERLE R. CORRIX, Director several day her this week with murky red-point fog to an honest and they will kill the black market tion of the Tampa Times in Okee-

about 50 feet when a terrific blast Program and U, S. 0- I his brother, Cecil Smith. analysis of what they are up without any help from the FBI. chobee nveral month ago


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Tu DESCRIPTION OF Tax DESCRIPTION OF Idn. will be offered for sale nt ruhll."lItory house door on the fleet Monday In the
(@hcccl nitre ;Nt'cti Ortlflcnta LAND Certificate LAND for the hlglient Bud heat cash Okeechobee CUlltlt,. FlllrldR.1 month of Septuuiber, 1W3 which' la
| Numlirr Lot Illk 8 T R Number Lot Illk STB bid, aiihjcrt to the right of the Trim- aa agent for sold thY 3rd Any of September 1943:

*nn I.ot 21___..... :B2 70 SWUof.NWUA : tees of tin. Internnl Iniiirovcincnf' Fund Hilled this 27th day of July 1U43.UOV : I
431 Lot 23 ...... 70I : N5VVof mid' of the llonrd of Commlaalonera nflOvcrRluili'l By DORIS GARDNER, It. KAULifiRSON: I
Publlihed) Every Friday by the I OKFFC1IO11EE brat nrntYy14 87 S3N : ; llnilnnuu District to reject Deputy Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court of

Okeechobea News Co., it Oketeho O bIl1)ENSS1) ('O >KK nay and all bids, at the Conrthiiune, Okeechohee County, Florida I
I I IIKilll.AXDSnn lii-vllinliilt at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on the
Florida ( )
bee, Okeechobe County F4 XM i.ut ui: .. 4 Loth dny of August, 1013.I: Aa to all (81).1)I I
13 N Itonil 8 IS 17 83 and Inndi" outilde the corporate limit. of I MITICK API'l.ie'ATlOV FOB .
lid Lou 1 2 24 II
437 Lot I B ...._... 10 | T.i
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municipality of this date
BRYANT BOWDEN .. . Editor H7 Lota B and 8 00US OilY aa
1:11I|: Lot 10 ...... 10 end
title to one half of all petrollum i
.. 1 Xiitlcc III Conmilldiilod -
Lot 22: 00 hereby given that
141 I.ot 24 .__... W I
three-fourtttI of other mlnernla will !
IS W Lou 1 nntl 2 71 Naval "Stnron Compnnv. the I
Entornl a..prnnd clnm matter JnlyI .H purl 10 ..... 28 fITV OF Inrenerved bv Trtiafeoa of If the lands Inter. holder nf the following r<>rtll1t\ lite* Unfailing Hope I
Poet Office In Okwi-bo- I tint Improvement) Fund : arc has flied mid vrllflcntei fur tax
1911 nt the OKKF.dlOUF.ElUl a
41.1! Lot 23 ___... 44 i limps of
bee, Fin., under Act of Mar. 8, 1879.! 4 In Tot 211 ...... 87 Luta 1 to 4 within sold corporate aa butprh'Ilegs i Herd 'io hp IHMIIIMI' Ih..r,'''". The eerllflrnte I
411 Lut 2,1 ____... :B74.'L Inc .._____. II title ditto the reservation appllea.and) devel- number' mill, 1 yi-nra iif. Iicnalit' prophet Jeremiah de
I :; I.oia 21nnil 102 Lot 20 _... 30 to\ explore, mine and I ,. thus ilpwrlpllon of the property.iiml I TUB (/Lamentations 3:26): ),
will be conducted on under
SUBSCRIPTION RATE!: !22 S3 ]111 Lot 7 __.... 76 ope' of the unmet III which It was
IAn II. only with the consent Is good that a man should
.. IINNCHHcd full ,
60no487. 1 n.1 Lot 12 .._. 112 lire UN \\ :
One Your in .dv.nc . ".$200 I 154 I.nti : ) 684.'i7 Mil Lot 10 _. 110 the surface owner. Easements for I CgrtlflriitiXin." IV mid 111. Year of both hope and quietly wait for
advance! . .. 1.00 112 I.i.ta 7 and 8 220 r..lI,1 I rlitht of way 200 foet wide will taxiianco 1012.D.wrlptiin. I
Six! Months In I r.,,''" 23 ho renerved, by mild Trustees from | tho salvation of the Lord. The '
.7* 113: Lot ..... .. '' of properly '
Montru In advance . and 21 __... 80 4 243 which there la :
parcel through An
I 110 Lull 0, 7 AS air Vfi', tit "E'4 of :-. F'I of SE<4 In i Psalmist wrote in similar vein

-- ----- --- I BFECIII1ROYE: ___....__._ 243 eilMtlnir drnlnu' ,, i.and itntu rend reclniuuilon: and eaacment mid, for for Spr4.. .. Tn.,p. :4 u. HBP. :W. .con lai nc.SKM 'I (Psalms 42:11): ( ) : "Why art thou I
19 "/1'! of NV4 1ot ... : of fF.Vt I" Sc(!. 4, Twp 84, '
In lociil polnmni. 117 10 _. 243
RpRAlno' nnttcci dleplay! ,,1I.er.t1.Inlr or SWVi of SOI'TIIEItNPI road purposes) will bo reserved by theRonal llgr..13.: run. 411 w. cast down, 0 my soul? nnd why

rant 11"rnl."pll ulna hates on for nupltritlon., ('1.." I'\t.\4' of NW 85 NFS of (Dlatrlct.Dencrlptloni'nmmlaalonera. of EvergladeaUralmiire I )Nome In whirl) HHHeiHcil t.klwwn. art thou disiiirted| within me?
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dvcrtl.i lnir. 2 frnts furli word Loti" "to'8 ADDITION i, All of unlil .property being In the hope thou in God ; for I shall yet
perdln All Item rnnrrtlnit ..n.tprllr'plI 101 1 ii''i:I i.iit in ...... 4 I ronnty of Okoprholiee, Stnte of FlorIM. him who is the health of
.__.. 1 praise
conducted for arctinriroablft Inc 124 Lot 4 __.... BIn'VII''IIIE Lot U, Illk. I fete. 400 r.nt.I to 10 ) tree my countenance and my Ood.
at mlvertlilnff t'titem ante Certificate
hull lie re-
Inc, 13: and
IRK Lola 2 to 6 Inc., Blk. 173 City of
in'; .._ 2 OkeechobeeLut deemed aepiirdlmr to Inw, property ile.crllicil Often we may be tempted to

AAT.rMnln? Mil Partlei are f A7Ah1e unknown: on the t. IKBERRYHIEN 12* s ADDITION n.i ft. of 10, Hlk. 204.( City of Okeecho-: liltthent. bidder thpreln nt thnll the Cmirthonsp lie fold. to ilour the mix with our human hopes a

lot of nrh mnnlred fi \ Lot 7 __ ... 14 lice of .
In advance. n. on the trot Mondnr In thp month fairly sizable sprinkling faltering
to par
pnhlhllprt ,,/ Lou 1 to :3 I Inc., Blk. 254 City of
!> of HViVt MrOI.ASM Srptembet' 104. whli'h In the Std .day faith In good instead of leave
of Of ADDITION (ikecchubcoLot
HWJ4 of September, 1D4H.I : .
,rnrfiT riv THE SWV4 _.. 171733 1.13 Isms ft And 0 A 0. Illk. 254, City of OkeechoLoA >ntod thin 7th day" nf .Tn''''. mis.ROV ;. ing righteous desires to be fulfilled .
IX TME riiirriT rinrriT TNAXP 470 Lot :2 ......._ 2 WRIGHT'S I H, UAUI.EIiSON. by unchanging divine Prin
NINTH .TrniriAL THlRItAIIIIITION Blk, 103 City of Okeccho- Clerk
IMVIS Circuit Court ofOkaerhohoc
FOil oKEfrrnoBEBrrtl'NTT. bee ciple. If we allow our thinkingto
AI"'ITlO Conntv,, Flerlht|
: !STATE OFFLORIDA "/) nt NWU 13.1! Lot 12 bOAKD OF COMMISSIONERS (Circuit Court Seal) be whirled here and there by
of :NEV4 ntNF. appear ACE DISTRICTTT'LSTEES the fluctuating winds of human
IN cmxcEntrune '.. '0'-87 88WB and i tin iv cauav livfure sold Court OK TilE INTERNAL OTICK' chance and change hope is likelyto
NO. .. : Lot 4 1 on or before thA 6th day of Angnnt. OF APPI.ICATIOV FOR ,

OKEEcnnnKE ('OrXT,", ) !11M I Lot B ._.. :2 A. D. 1114.1\ : (which day ti not Iras OF THE IMPROVEMENT STATE OF] FLORiDA FUND Tt\ DKF.I prove futile and unavailing.

A polltlcnl mihdlTlilon( ) B57! Lot 4 __.._. :2 than 1nor!\ more than 40 daya after rhnhpfl Notice la hereby given that Okee When hope is anchored in the un.
of Florida. ) the Ante of the publication of this I Incorporated., the holder of the
of the PlaintiffCERTAIN ) NORTH N'otlrn), why the fee simple title to Bv ROY R. RAULERSON Agent following certificates has filed laid changing law of God, which or.
Trustees nf
the Internal
) OKEErnOBFE xnlil landa ihmilJ not be by anld I i Im. I I certificate for a lax deed to he 'limed ders all things aright, we are not
provement and for Boardof
"/) part of It., 15 thereon
TnKFFCHOBEE A ND R IN ) Court dorroed to he rested In said number and yeanof
Commlaiilonera of confronted with
EvergladesUrnluage disappointment
COUNTY, ) S72 All Blnrka 1to Conntr free and clear of all I lianance,, thA description of the i
Ft.ORlO.unn.t which ) 10 Inc .. and clAim. of every. kind and nen'l County, Florida.District Okwhobee property, and the name In which It or loss .
) I.'.O\N' fna almnla ,nunn flnlil Pniintv wile amiegaed are an followa I
tares are dpllnnptendant )) "1'BDlnIlIO: forever j.'r ni.ip'lI'in; -confirmed n. i Certificate Noi. 17, 18 and 21, year

of 8% of NEVi art at rent against any and all NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of issuance 104.1
,i riT TO orir.r: TITLE I Pencrlptlon of
of NEe of on the part of each and every'Rlm'l property) :
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO II W% __ 20 37 85B74 of you : AND YOU ABE: WAR SELL LAND tot HI, Section 27, Twp 34, tttte. 3.1.
AT.T PERSONS. FIRMg OR Lot 13: ..._.. 1 THAT OV AND AFTER THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN!: that N 4 acres of *>4 of Lot 24 Sec: 28 ELECTRICAL WORK
CORPORATIONS, Hnrlnff any Inter. OKFECnOBEE AFORESAID ISETURN.. DATE) A I I pursuant to Section 13: (I), Chapter Twp. 34. lire 3.1. I

dPerrihPA le nthleo the andhLoathe CITY DECREE WILL BE SOUGHT TO 2flil.1t. Laws of Florida, Arts of 1941 Lot' 27. See 31, Twp 34. Rife. 31.
MO Lot 23 ._._ S ORDER that this Notice be published and Section 07. Chapter 14717. Laws Nam In which aaaeiied C. C. Bone,
JIInf Cnmnlnlnt filed In the above / 11 1.ntI ...._ 4 one time In the Okeechobee Newa, a of Florida, Acts of 19.11. aa amended Clarence E. Hubbard and E. P. and
e"n.p. ltnnti > In Okeechobee Coontr,, WO Lot :2 .__... 17 newspAper) at frofieral clrrnl. tlonrnhlliihed hv Section 11. Chapter Alaws! of O. W.'olk.. !
Stale of Florida, town : 713 Lot 4 ..__.. 17H In Okeechobee County Florida. Arts of 1941, and oleo pnrauant County All o-f of said )property being In the P. P. EVANS

Tax PF.SCBIPTIOS OPLot Lot 24 .-. 20 Florida. to Section 42. Chapter 20722, ida. Okeechobee State of Flor
LAND 710 Lota 9 and WITNESS my hand and official Lawa of Florida. Arts of 1041.\ aa

OrtlflrcteNomhir: Blk S T R 10 -..... 28 seal this 13th tiny of July, A. D. amended by Section' 19. Chapter 22079. I'nlrM ihnll inch be certificate or eertlflrntei ,
761 Lota 15: 1045. Lnwa of t'loridn'Acts of 1943 and redeemed according to
7S J.nt. 26 and ROY R. lurLERsox. Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of law, the property described In men
and 16 ...... 28
zr ..._....__ 10 85 RS 760 Clerk of the Circuit CourtOkeechohee Florida Act of 1041 na amended by certificate or certificate will be sold HOUSE WIRING
Lota 10
:n 1.nt ai ..._ 10 ss 83 and 11 ...... 20 Count Florida Section, 21. Chapter 22079. Laws of to the highest bidder at the court
M Beir NB cps 7'4 Lot 10 _.. SOW7 (Circuit Court Seal) Florida. Arts of 104.1.\ the following .
..f PEH of described lands In Okeecbobee
Lot 7 ___.... R7 .
8W% fun K1R4 Wit Lot 21 ........ 87 IX THE COUNTY JVDOE'S COCRT Florida to."II :
:rein" W Ron Lot 10 _..... MS71 IX AND FOR OKEECHOBEE Lot 2. Blk. isl, City of Okeechobee
N Lute
220 yde! :.1 and 4. Blk. 183. City of
1M ytl e. $ MO R SO ft of HE: ESTATE OF Atgert F. OkepchobpeLot
120 : 28 85 S3 5, Blk. 14.1, City of Okeecbobee
Lota 14 :
fl Bi>ir V.O ydaV IS Arrhonlua: Okeechobee County, Lot 1. Blk. 204, City of Okeechohee '
and 18 ...... 47

!S<*of. IS.SW Him cor P-W2: Lot 10 ..antI B7 Notice la hereby given to all whom Lot Lot 5 0.. nik.Klk. im.inn. Cttv City of of Okeechohee Okeechobea YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ?
0.17 Lota :S I
4. It may concern, that on the Oth day of Lot
10 Blk. of
2-1 Okeechobee
E 220 yda N City
fl __....__.... W
1IW rda W A"11'"It. 1043. I shall apply to Honorable Lot 11 Hlk. 23. City of Okeechobe
OT1 Lot 1 ._ !21TOS
? T. W. Tonely, Jr., Jndgvof inld
S 163: Heir. 8W {'or. of NE i of SEVt 08
: Lot 11 ...... 71 .
er eyd. court of Probate for
28 S5 S3 aa Judge my NWi;, rim N fiflo ft. X Ill degrees
1074 Lot ...
3 .. MP1136
final ilinchnree aa Admlnlatratrlx of
E :
(} BP OS'I 504 ft. to creek. S\Vly along creek:
? Lot S _.__.. lOll
the estate of Albert F. Arrhenlna, to of
point due E heir thence TV to
N of SW mrsee
11.1ft Lota 1 and :2 106
deceased : and that nt the same time, hey
2S. run 1141 Lot :a ...._... | except creek R-W. In Sec 27
10 I will present my final account aaAdministratrix T' :11: R .1.1. HAVE THEM RECAPPED IN ONE '
F. 220 vie N
1110 Lot. :5 I nod 6 I'M117S 1
nf said mate, and Lot
2. 3 and 4 Blk.
130, City of
yda Lot 1 ...... 118 a.k for tholr approval. OkepchobeeLota
:Tie RcO 1202 Lot S __._.... 122 OF THE SOUTH'S I
at Okoechol.ee Florida, this 7 and 8. Blk. 204 City of Okeerhohce : PLANTS.
HB :yes .... 2 its 8S 1203 Lota 4 and ((1 122 .
the 6th dnv of Jiilv, 104:!.
Lot 21 ...... 30 33: S3 1204 iI i
Lota R and 9 122 I
MRS. SUE ARRHEXIUS.Admlnlatrntrlx. Lot II. Bite 204.( City: of Okeechobea
XFW 124ft Lot 4 ...... 133 Lot 11. HI k. 214, City of Okeechobee ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE.
OKF.F.rilOBEE P-1200 Tnt 10 Jill 613 20 27 Lot. IS. Hlk. 2(4., Clly of Oki-ei-hohee
Ill IGIIT9 and 11 _..... 141 Lot 4, Blk. 200 City of Okeerhohee !
'"11 E% and 1.103: Tote 9 to Lots 7 to 12 Inc.. Blk. :254. City of PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE
,"W',4 12 Inc 173: IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Okeechobee

1W Lot U __.._. 4B 1.147! Lnti 4 end JUPOE. IN AND FOR OKEE- Lob 2 and 3. Blk. 9, Bnalnger ButtIICM -
lin tote 3 and 4 BA E4of Lot 5 215! CIIOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA. Section RUBBER USED. PHONE 139 FORT

113: Lola 1. 2 116ft Lot :X ........ 233 ESTATE ) Lot 14. In See 30. T 33: It 33. I

and 27 ._._ 10 1174 Lota 1 to OF F. E. RAMBO, ) Ili'fT 220 yda N of 8\V Cor 'Nee 28, .
116 Lota Bfl, 87 4 I Inc ......... 234 DECEASED ) Itiin, I: 2-.il 1 yila. S 113 :yda.) W 220 ydi, PIERCE, .FOR APPOINTMENT.

and 3S ._.. 1ft "OI'TJIOKt'F.JlOnF.E I NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO S KM ).,,1.. In Sec 2Q 'T 33. R 33. I
110 Lot 25: ...... 12 _ALL CREDITORS AND PER. | K'4 of N'Wli of- -S\V- >1 In St!... 4.. T.!
121 Lot 43 ...._ 13 P-1001 M'H of Lota SOX* HAVING CLAIMS OR DE 37. R 3.1. --- --- -

i:2 Lute 44, 4.1: 4 and 5 .... 1 MANDS; AGAINST SAID ES. Lots 7 nnd 8, Blk. 1S3 City ct

and 4<1 ...... n 1A70 Lot 0 ...._. n TATEI (HreechobeeLota
I2S Lot 2.1 ..?.... 10 1712 Lot 2 ...... 20 Yon nod each of you are hereby; 1 to 6 Inc.. Blk 14 Riverside Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.
126 Lot 21? .... in 17 lit Lot & ;_ -o 1771 Lot R 32 rlnlma and d"II1An,1I1'bl'b :you or Lou it, 10 amt 12 Blk. 14. Riverside ,
1.13 lot* 13: nnd I7ifl Lota 1 and 2 87 elthor of you, mar have Against the "Ark.Idltlon

311. 26 1(W Lot :S ._.... 40 estate of F. F.. RAMBO, deceased, Lot 1. Klk 1. Royal Oaks Addition
130 Lot iV""I" 24 1'23 Lota S out! 0 46 late of sold' Count,,, to the County Lot 2. Blk. 1. Royal Oaka Addition
1111 Lo 2S: ; Judge rf Okeochobce County, FlorIdn. Lot 0 Blk. 1.14. ( Ity of Okeechobee
143: Tots j enT2J NORTHWEST at his office In the courthouse of Lot. 0 and 10. Blk. 108, City of
144 lot 21 87 AUDITION anld County at Okeechobee. Florida Okfpchobpe.
151 Lftti ..3 aes. .n.d. TO CITYIoentpl within eight calendar months from Lot 2, Illk. 20 Smith Okeechobee --. -

----..-... 81ffl 1631 1.ot 2 '" __ the time of the first publication of Lola 1. 2. 3 and 7 to 12 him. Blk. 5'A'lidTiiK'8113D17I'I: : SHasBS2Sffffxaisafflaa'aasKsaaiaffiPOWERS [ : !
133 I.ota 42 to /3} Lou amt 8 thla, notice Each claim or demand 2111. City nf Okeechobee 1
M 1 :5 II hall he In writing, and hnll state l.nt 0. Blk. 1/1.'. City of Okeechoheevlll
Lot _...
20 .
grtl-WoT W 10 the )place of realdi'nce.. and poet of- \ he offered for ante nt public out. AND
Lola 19 I
** flee a lIrp.. of the claimant and cry for the highest and bent caah hid ARCHIBALD Inc. j
and ..
fot."ir7mf 20 .... 11
138 shall he sworn to by the claimant uh1ect to the rlsht; of the Board, of ,

'..__. M rF'iTII \t agent or attorney, and nnr anch claimor ro"mm.I"npu! | of Everglndra Drnln-
1C1 tell"i to 9 I' \II Ii IIID demand' not an filed ohnll hp void :sue District nnd/or Board of County TRACTOR AND DRAGLINE WORK I
Inc 16 to A3 of rioit; Lot JURY RCHUI.JIAN. I'nnimlaa1oiirr< of Okeecbohce County, -
Ine 44 to :52 //I ." M *7 MS A< Executrix of the Lest PI irlda. to reject any and all bide. I Ii
Inc ........ 37 16545 Lot'a'T"io" VIII and' 'It the Cnurthoiiao, U-trlnnliig ni 10 no
102 J.ot.ri to 36 Ins _. CllOLOK'I Testament of cluck A. I!. on the 20th dRY of
F. F.. Clearing
Rnmho ,
Inn SECTIONC' and M 3S "/D ''o "I.lln First Piilillonflnti July 0 A.dccenaod.D. IMS.! Atiziint' recliiinnil'iii 1114.) '. Enai'ment aid' road for drainage purposes I i Grubbing and Excavation jj k kI I

103 I.ota 21 to P-KM: r.ol. 3 to Jill 6. 20 27 I will he reaorved.P.OA1ID. .

?' Ine ..... 25: II Inc 1 IN THE COURT OP TPP': C T'NTY or COMMISSIONEnS
ico lads nr! :22:! M'ooni.i> .TUDfiE. IN AND FOR OKEErilOBEE I or EVEKOI.ADE8 DIIAIX- | F. C. i
and 2-1 ...._. 26 1'.\Rli "/!> COUNTY FI.OBIDA.FST.ITF AGE DISTRICT I ROBINSON, Engineer
1CT lots :21 to fit Part Nt4 u 17 III I\ RE' and II
254 Inc ...20 Inlll All I1nrk. 11 ) BOAKD OF COUNTY COMMISIOXEIS ,| 406 Hsrvey Blvd.
--- : OF F. E. HAMBO. 1 Ph. 8780
1W* J".0'.1' to to V inn 80 nCEASED OF OKEECHOBEE West Palm Beach

23 Ine ...... 30 to :S4 Inc and NOTICE OF ) COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,g
Inn 24 40 H. KAULERSO.V. I
lob: and TUB STATE OF FLORIDA : To.n Clerk of the Circuit\
Court of :
Rta./0 0' :tJtJ'.JnltY..1Uf: It : .U'lrJu'llIfIfOnnl If It
30 II '
II If (If"R1(1Il
persons Interested In the I ; :r1f'lf1l1f1l
170 Lota"27"to"? \Wi of .W of. said rtivertent' estate 111Rlly gtaI'e.eoue..ae
M Ino ...... S3 V4."' SEI/' 15 You are hereby : -- -- -
1011 t: and 8 that a -
\N\D.\ written .
Instrument -- e"e.e ,
purporting to be -------" ------
to 11-'n.' --
... .
5 --
( --
I IIU''''': the 'Inat Will and Testament of said ---
172 J.ol. 1 to SOTTIIERNPIE decedent bus been admitted
I.4ota"l -.-..... !* .\11. hate In Paul Court. pro-
173 15 M
to Yon
101a Lot T'.1.... 1 are hereby commanded within .
21 Ino .. alt
? 23: 1! 22: Lots I. cnlondnr months from the date .
174 Lota 1 to 2 3, of the P F' ,
1 and B... first )puhitrntlon of this notice
173: 24 Loin Inc 1 Anti.. 26 I 1!>23 Lot S ____ .. D to appear) and show ..RII'.. |f any yon Condensed Form of Statement
2 53 cnn why the I
FIR.T AI>. atlon of said Court
admitting anld
1IKH.IITH/ : 1MTIOV TO should to probate
not stand
SOI'TIIERNPINE tinrevoked.

r.o Ino 102.1 Lot .1 ..-... 3 ( County Judge
1VRIC.IIT County: Julllf Seal)
OK FPr11OlFE: AND H1027 \." I Jill
I'I\Z \ II lit R '.... .........-n......... I ft 13. 20,27 r OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA ,

5V4 or 11'54 .. It 33 83 .__......_ IX TTTE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
and 22 ..... 122 FT ORTTI.\ IN AVP
278 Bog W of 1r0 XE ft S0of lb-GT.188INADDITION CERY.Chancery CHOREE. COUNTY FOR IN CHAN OKEB At Close of Business June 30, 1945 *

nt mom XW"of Bil of SE'.1'1",4 of Ca.e No. ,J7 r
N1YY nt h,. NE'N of CLAY DIM.ON. ) As Called For By State Banking Department
ITC RY... Plaintiff )
run W :60 M 87 85 ... .
ft R 2012 Wi<, of I.otlRI'F.R.'DP: >
1 10
ElIOftS : ) t I i
150 ft. = PRKD Defendant t
279 814 pf2n .0 n M of Part ofFem.lSand31 THE STATEEOP TO APPEAR j&

_ / SW' of 1073 Lot ._ 57 85 To Lonnle Dillon FLORIDA 111 South! LIABILITIES
.1 ...10 IIro.d.1 ASSET)
37 wav,
Kir 83 Lexington
313: aTMC 104 Lot 7 ,leap S It la Ky. 1fr

on Soca 34 63 ft ........ 14WRtr.IIT'S rixjnlred beret ordered that yon are
and .13: run of Anp-iuf to 104S appear before on the ,8th day Loans & Discounts .$ 153.554.91

N (104.43: ft FIRST titled the above en

N K 77 MS: de,che E located ADDITION In filed titled' against mouse. to you wherein the In Bill the of above Complaint en. Capital _.......__......____..._$ 25,000.00 Overdrafts NONE
4 B.1 the
PUB Chi to ( OVt ............ 7/1 n 87 85 aeeka to obtain an absolute plaintiff .
: from divorce
2019 Lot :8 from Furniture
3 yon. And Tb. Fixtures .
POB run N '. Okeechohee ,
r 202 Lot 12 10 la hereby News ,
77 deat E 4,67 20.13 Lot 12 ...._. paper In dealgnated. the tie.... and Office
12 which thla Machines
dl'lf cha J thonce 2 mln 0 10 Lots 21 pnhllahed. one a week order for ahill four he I Surplus 1 and Profits .... 15,000.00 4,000.00 J
and 22 conaecntlve (If) '
4 34 33 weeka. e
K: 8.m cbs 8 41 Ei-i of NEikof 'I Banking House JL

74 mln dog 15 SEVi .-. 333533 Kanner asSJudge ooffothlebCourrtt. and 5,000.00Undivided I
W 908
43 Bog ]NW Cor the aeal of this
cha to Beg of HWK.\ run Okeechnbeo. Okeechobe Court In tb. City of Cash on Hand and
wet. r.: Conntv. Flor Profits ... 8,570.95 1
.fCon. 42: ft. S ida this RIll day -
} 33 440 July 1043. in Banks

S"fI Ln.r f7 35 Tda. W ROY R. $175,984.17
out. t'i ft, N 440 Clerk of I I t
aide "Plan of .... Clrenlt Court
yda ... S3 33 83
Okeechobe: .
843 lle1clsamallon", 7/8 as 88RW 81 RE,. nf NW'4 Br Dorla Gardner County. Florida U, S. Gov't.
of l''> E'4 ... (Circuit Deputy Clerk
...... 4 S8 3fI e: yv of SE'4- 8 37 SS Court Seal) DEPOSITS ,_.........__ 1,003,968.13 Bonds

CHEAT of SW"4 of .

LAKEII SID 4" .... 0 37 M NOTICE Owned 690,000.00 0
63! Glr
3M ,
LOla BE"or
20. 213s4 ** C.eaty. Fin..i.*,

: Lot and 7 22 ._-__ 4 a of FEe NWl4-h.K; 8 87 88 NOTICE 18 HEREBY July Itth, 1M* County Bonds ._._.._ 24,000.00
64 NKU of SE< GIVEN: that
4 pursuant
{ : SfcMoa
.'eNlrER".IIGIlLANDS of NW4! E; 1S2M. Law nf Florida' 0 of Chapter I. @
of FEC known: Acta of
_. 1017. I
aa the ,
S.S/D. I.t u\-4 C3 ]NEVof !\Iw'4 n g37g )pnranance of Chanter MURPHY 20A.1&ACT. and /In TOTAL ...... .. $1,052,539..08' .
301 Lots 20 E of FEO .. 887 83 1M1. known Lsws of I i -- ....--..-.....-..._- $1O52308
and 67 NH of NE'4 14 87 85 EVEROTATiES .. the f ,

390 Lot 7 ..?..-.. 4! I 09 6N N54ofNWy BE'" of NES4\ 14 14 87 87 89 81 1.dsituated' the In Evergladea deacrlhed nil. I I I

Dlatrlct In Okrechobe: County, Flor- _'- :.. u r... u _._. I I --. . 4

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I ".'='.'=0'.'='.'=" 0==0',_" -==-" ==S'.'=','='.'='.';;;= '. I Chamber of Commerce resentatlves, I made an estimate of collated and made available
=" -==" =" ="'="'="'="'=" =" -" -""" '
"lill' IIIIs "0 Moves HeadquartersTo anticipated of the fiscal balances year June as of 30,the 194B.close In disbursement sum of $3 by 7, 2S.41 the Comptrollerthe which was M a.l a r i a.

SOCIAL NEWS Southland HotelAn that estimate I placed the General slightly lower than I hail expectedIt CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH

.. Revenue Fund at 1132192465. I to be. LIQUID for

II' __ ...._......._ __._.._...... ....__.. __. ._.. ", announcement has been mado placed the Teachers' Salary Fund at Let me express to the taxpayers M.LARIALS1'lIrTOMS
l::: :=:':!!fS::ss::sg::sss::siMr. = .'.--=-,', .-,-=a,'-,_-_-,'',-,,-_ of this state deep and abiding 6 6
\ by Manager Conrath, of the Okee- $1,770,413.62. I advised said memo my 6
: and Mn. M. K. Ivey of Enter precipitated 1837.KwangHwa choboa Chamber of Commerce, that bers of the legislature that In my appreciation for the manner In I II only as directed

( I prise, Ala., and Mrs. Inej Mixon I Lee, who receivedhis the office of the organization has opinion that estimate was conserva I which they have responded to the I. ""
and children of Madrid, Ala., left degree In mechanical engineering boon' moved from the Okeechobee tive. My estimated total of the two I I 1,>: laws for the pant four years, I
Tuesday for their home after at National Wuhan University, County Bank to the Southland Ho funds was $13,092,338.27. The actual thereby building up the greatest |
pending ten day here with their Loiihan, China, will have opportunity tel. balances are $13,767,739.31. The actual I I net balances ever In the history of 1 GILBERTTHEATRE
brother and sleter-In-law, Mr. and modern funds the state."
to work In two very balances In tho two exceed
This new location being possible I ___ I ,
)Irs. Willie Norrli. steam electric plants, those the estimate by $675,401.04.For .
and my .
of Mr. = !
the E:: .1f :
through courtesy ':"'E'!:; ::: ::
h .
company completed Just before the of 1945 o 0" 0' 'I'
:Mrs. M. C. Pitts, owners of the hotel the first quarter ,1 '
Lieutenant and Mrs. Clyde Christopher I war at Fort Lauderdale and Miami This fall the directors of the thut Is to say, January, February I j Sunday and Monday
Beach. He will also have Advertise in The News
and MrsB. E. Alsobrook opportunity Chamber are planning! to erect a and March, I collected In Estate
mother of Mrs. Christopher, of i of observing construction of the suitable building In tho Park facIng Taxes $809,842.63. For the second : I : lIlJ II'lIItEY BOGART
Tampa, were visitors here from two large steam plants the company Parrott Avenue where tho advertising quarter, which Includes April, May LAUREN IHCAI.L
Friday through Sunday visiting at Is now building, one at Sarasota and value can be obtained and' und June 1 collected $718.550.03, 1 1I In
the homo of Mayor and :Mrs. 11. 11, the other at Riviera, near West contacts be 'made with motorists which is $01,21)2.60 lens than thean 1I I I "To Have And

Raulerson. .. Palm Beach passing through town. ount collected in the first quart I Have Not"NEWS
Selection of Florida Power and Citizens are all Invited to dropin i of the year. I I
L, V. Conrath, manager of the Light Company as one of the com I to discuss any suggestions which From summer racing there was E\KNTS

Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce, panics to which Chinese technicians they might have for the develop- -__-__'_ -.---- THIS IS AMERICA"B : -
spent Monday In Miami attending would be tent was made by ment of Okeechobee County. Your I-' \ OF SJ, I'I'LY"

to business for that organization. the Federal Power Commission ideas will be welcome and will\ be I
given serious consideraiton by tho Tom Grey Says It's a Fact t1:

F. F. Burr spent several days the 213 Okeechobee County officers and committees of the organization. \ r Friday and SaturdayDouble
first of the week at Fort Valley, .
Farms This Year Says
Ga., where he went on business. of i Ithe i I Feature Program
The regular monthly meeting
Census of AgricultureBy
Board of Directors of the Champ IS NOTGLUTTONOUS
I ASlIlltLEY: '
Florida Power & Light ber will be held Monday evening,
Aids China War Plans Department of Commerce August 6th, at the office In tho In
Bureau of the Census I
Southland Hotel at 8:00: o'clock. All "Man From Frisco"GENE
By Giving Instructions The number of farm In the
directors are requested to be prea.\I\ 1'M NOT I
of II
County of Okeechobee, State
Kwang-Hwa Lee arrived In Miami I Florida, as shown by the preliminary I I,
July 24 from his home In Chung count of returns of the 1945 I
king, China, to study electric power Census of Agriculture was 213, as Comptroller Lee i I "Ride Tenderfoot
plant operation and maintenance on compared with 174 In 1940, and 265 Ride"
the Florida Power &: Light Company In 1935. This was announced today
I. system The company, cooperating by Jack M, Gatlin, supervisor for Issues Statement I UIS.MJY: jAICTlo--I'ot:
with the U. S. Foreign Economic the 1945 farm census In the First
Administration and the China National Florida Census District with head For Fiscal Year a
1, Resources Commission of quarters at Miami, Florida

the Republic of China, agreed to I The total land In farms In Okee- I Coming
give Lee a year' training to help chobee County, according to the Tallahassee, Fla., July 15-State I
meet the urgent need for experi- preliminary census count, was 264,- Comptroller J. M. Lee today Issued I "HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN""I'LL
enced power plant men to speed up 769 acres, as compared with 171,620 the following statement BE SEEING YOU"
China's war production. acres In 1940, and 29,505 acres In "The records of the fiscal year I -SONG OF TilE OPEN
And We Can
This Is part of a program dof 1935. Average size of farms shownIn ending June 30, 1945, are now I ROAD"
t veloped between the governments the preliminary 1945 census closed. All bills payable from appropriations j "Wl GED VICTORY"
0 of the United States and China under count for Okeechobee County was for such year, Include I Want One of Those Comfortable I "RUNBOW ISLA! D"
which 75 Chinese engineers will 1,243 acres, as compared with 986 ing the cost of twenty-nine days of I
i receive on-trie-job training at electric acres In 1940, and 111 acres In 1935. the extraordinary session of the
I power plants In this country. In announcing the 1945 census legislature, that have reached the Chairs fromDENMARK'S
After his arrival In Miami, the I totals of farms and land In farmsIn Comptroller's office have been paid.
27-year old engineer said that he i Okeechobee county, Supervisor With the closing of such record BRING YOURPrinting
I believed the war with Japan wouldbe Gatlin pointed out that the figures there was a balance of $11,051,498.67
over before his return to China, are preliminary and subject to cor- in the General Revenue Fund, anda Needs
In any case, he added, there will rection. Final tabulations of Okee balance of 2716240.64 In the
be great need for his American chobee County farm census return Teachers' Salary Fund, a total of TOOkeechobee
training because of the tremendousJob will be male by the Bureau of the $13,767,739.31. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD MeII
facing China la rebuilding and Census and announced from Washington I On the 28th day of April, 1945, In \
expanding Its Industries after the when completed, :MrCatlin Tetponse to a request from members Phone 115
, long drawn out war which Japan said. of the Senate and House Rep ,- .r.
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I To the Several Property Owners, Taxpayers A. D. 1945, at the City Hall in said City of

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

title interest in lands within
t right, or any posted at the following places in said City of

1 the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which

1944 City of Okeechobee taxes have not Okeechobee:

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

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

Florida, will sell all lands in the City of Okee Bulletin Board in United States Postoffice.

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



t 4' WARREN J. KING, City Tax Collector

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"Wt find that during April 1945 :..
Newspapers Are
the brewing Industry consumed 184-
690 pounds of rationed sugar Assuming -

Praised for Aid to I April 1945 to be a normal ,
month insofar as sugar consumptionis I
concerned, and applying the usual .
7th War Loan
seasonal Indexes, It appears, based I
upon April 1945 operations, that r
''the brewing Industry uses approximately -
Washington. Frank Trlpp,
2,209,200 pounds of rationed .
chairman of thr Allied Newspaper;; sugar annually" This Is

Council of the Treasury, has IX- 'I only 1,100 tons.Minutes.

sued the following statement on v

loan the :success of the Seventh War 'I of Board r

"The Job that the newspapers of : Public Instruction
the nation have done In support of
tile Seventh War Loan drive represent
an accomplishment for which The Board of Public Instructionof

every newspaper man should feel Okeechobee County, Florida, met
truly proud It Is apparentfrom In regular session In the office of A
preliminary estimates that I the Superintendent on July 2. Those
there was a greater Intensity of present were Van E, Lightsey W
Newspaper support In the Seventh H. Harden W. J. Thomas and Sup
drive than In any previous one. erintendent Carl T. Durrance.The .
minutes of regular meeting
"The figures will\ show more
held June 4th and special meeting The Type Speaksi
sponsored advertising In dally and
held June 30th were read .And approved
weekly newspapers as well as more .
news and editorial support. The

valuable front page publicity will John Drayton appeared before
far exceed that of any previous the Board and tendered his resignation -
drive. This splendid record has as Driver of School Bus No.
teen made In spite of extreme 8. The Board accepted applicationof "I AM THE VOICE OF TODAY, THE HERALD OFTOMORROW"

newsprint problems as well as Tom Dixon as Driver of School
ether operating difficulties. Bus No. 8 and duly appointed himas
S. George Little, special consultant said driver for the 1945-43

War Finance division, added; school term .
The treasury Is most sincerely appreciative I
of the excellent co-opera- I Upon recommendation of the District .
tion given the Seventh War loan I Trustees, the Board appointed I am type! Of my earliest ancestry neither history nor relics re
by the press of the nation" Mrs. Marie Ketring as a teacher In

v-- 46 the school Basinger term.School for. the 1945- main. The wedge-shaped symbols impressed in plastic clay in they

Little Sugar UsedIn
Upon recommendation of the local dim past by Babylonian builders fore-shadowed me. From them
Board of Trustees the Board appointed

Making Beer I Mrs. M. G. Donaldson as I through the hieroglyphs of the ancient Egyptians, the lapidary
I: Public School Music Teacher In the
N7JUlY ra-I i: Okeechobee Elementary and High
New York, 31-If I' School for the 1945.46 school term. I inscriptions of the early Romans, down to the beautiful letters by
Honed sugar were taken from th.1
I Upon recommendation of the local j ..tithe
crewing Industry and spread I
the homes for table use, It among would I I Trustees the School Board appointed scribes of the Italian rnaissance, I was in the making
:Mrs Merle Bartlett as Instructorof
just one level teaspoonful per
Private Piano Lessons, without
person annually, Herbert J. Charles -
compensation from the School .
president of the United States Board. .,...
Brewers Foundation, revealed todayen
The Board authorized Mr. K. E.
the basis of information obtained
from the War Food Administration Stello, insurance agent, to re-write John Gutenberg was the first to cast me in metal. From his
accident insurance policies for
Mr. Charles Issued his statement school busses to include $ OOO deductible -
In chance thought straying through an idle reverie-a dream most
answer to charges by Dry propagandists clause Instead of the present -
that the brewers got $100,00 deductible clause. i,
144,697 pounds of sugar per year There being no further business golden, the profound art of printing with movable types was
while the housewives are denied the the Board adjourned to meet at
..."*! amount for 1:30: in., July 14th, for the
necessary canning p.
pur be
born. Cold, rigid, implacable I may yet the first impress of my
trait, and that the use of sugar in pose of approving a budget for the
the production of beer has contributed 1943-46 school year.
materially to the sugar shortage Van E. Lightsey, Chairman face brought the divine word to countless thousands. I bring into

In the United States. Carl T, Durrance, Sec'y, I
the light of day the precious stores of knowledge and wisdom
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long hidden in the grave of ignorance.

EronvwKere I sit.Jy Joe Marsh ,..

Gets.u: ,*' I coin for you the enchanting tale, the philosopher's moralizing
w Pete Jre

His Tenth Jap Plane I and the poet's visions. I enable you to exchange the irksome

-- I hours that at times to one for sweet and happy
come, every ,
Pete Swanson's Pete
son, Jr., his son In a sparkling glass of
brought his tenth Jap plane beer-I couldn't help toasting
down last week, and his dad Pete Senior, too. hours with books-golden urns filled with all the manna of the

touldn't help bragging. From where I sit, there's

But I got to thinking about more than one kind of "aoe" past. In books I present a portion of the eternal mind caught in
Pete Senior how he hadn't that's helping win this war..
tnissed a day at the war plant men like Pete Senior, too. And
since the war began; how he'd when the war id over, and the its progress through the world, stamped in an instant and pre-
worked overtime and Saturdays monuments are erected to It*

ael Sundays; how he'd kept heroes, I hope they don't forget served for eternity. Through me, Socrates and Plato, Chaucerand
klrascU In shape, been temperate the workman on the home front
and sensible, so that he'd beat -the man who stock to his Job
work clear-headed, bright like a soldier to his guns until the bards become your faithful friends who ever surroundand
and early every morning the Victory.

So, when he Invited us over a .lfG.u} ( minister to you. I am the leaden army that conquers the
after' work to drink a toast to ovv -

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