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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: September 7, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 31-Number 12 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September 7, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Unemployed$322.50 In Okeechobee Receive Pioneer Citizens Abundant Potatoes Are Supply On Market of Irish, County Commissioners Met in Regular



Service Men County-Week Aug. 20 Are Honored By Third More-Than In 1944 1 .Session Last Monday; All Bills Were



the World Over Unemployed County, numbering persons 38 In, Okeecho'bee of whom Singing Society !i, Florida to skimping housewives on even long so accusJtomed common -- I i i Approved to Be Paid By the County

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receiveda J a vegetable as potatoes, may
I 80 are women and 2 men, I I -
I II now share the luck of the Irish, because .
Cpl. Hugh Thomas arrived ln total of $322.50 during the weeloof In celebration of the birthdays of The Bored of County Commissioners
tCiI I I II spuds are again abundantand
THE GADFLYBy
the! 20 to 25, according ;
Okeechobee this week from August I j I two of Okeechobee's pioneer cltl1 will continue so for many of Okeechobee County,

Finney General Hospital, Thomasville data released by Carl B. Smith Florida, met In regular session
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the Okeechobee County Sing.
tens weeks to come, J M. Williams, MARJORIE B. WALLACE
Ga and It spending thirty Chairman of the Florida Industrial Ing Society met at their homes state director of >the Commodity I Monday, September 3rd, at 10:00

days here with hit father, Dave1 Commission for old-fashlonei sing. o'clock a. m,
Sunday an Credit Corporation's Office of Sup Mud. Mud. And more mud. TheG.dfly'
Thomas, and family. Throughout the State, 1,787 per Gathering first at the home of Present were Commissioners C.
ply, said this week. wings are so heavily
In uni E- Drawdy, chairman W. F, Walker -
$30,811.00 ;
sons were paid Peter Raulerson, whose 88th birthday
"Quality potatoes are back on the mired that she has been unable to
while* B. C. Swain, F. M. Mobley 0. J.
Lieutenant Dan McCarthy arrivedIn employment compensation was on the first of the month, market," he declared, "and thrifty do much buzzing about, which may
Okeechobee last week and Is1 registered a* available for but unable the members were served fruit Chapman and Sheriff N 0. Stew.
homemakers will
take of
advantage be just as well, because her temperIs
spending thirty days leave here. He to find suitable jobs, and unemployed punch and cake by Mrs Ellis Me. the abundance... apt to be a bit short In rainy art and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson

was with General Hodges First! through no fault of their serve and Mrs. Bartlett, after al- The current Irish potato jackpot, weather.It Minutes of meetings held duringthe

Army that landed In France and own. This represented an Increasein most exhausting the contents of month of August were read and
Williams\ said, Is made up of an intermediate takes the patience of a saint
Lieutenant unemployment compensation payments several books and their approved.
fought on through Germany. hymn
crop of nearly 33 million\ and the vision of a seer to Imagine,,
McCarthy landed In New over the previous week, during voices. Somewhat revived, they I bu.heltthird more than lastyear. beyond the knee-deep gumbo which Report of County Welfare Board

and week which was paid to the home of John Chandlerto i for the month of August was received .
York 18 went to
August spent a $16.362,60 On Its heels, he added, a late Is the road to town the eventual .
Misses serenade Noel Raulerson 97 I and ordered filed In the office
his sister, 1.178
there with two persons. estimated
crop at over 232 million smooth, hard highway, which is going
Kathleen and Minnie Lee. After Suitable employment does not years old on the 3rd, who had been bushels Is now beginning. to moveto to be finlahedprob.blyaom.of of the Clerk of Circuit Court

spending a week there he and MISS necessarily mean that the employee unable to attend the sing at hi.brother' market. these days. The constructiongang The financial statement showing

Kathleen returned to Okeechobee.When will receive as much payor be home, but who enjoyedthe ( balances as of August 31, 1945, was
Williams urged that full and Immediate on the road has to stop work
his leave Is up he will return I called upon to use as much skill as party ao much that the next use be made of the Inter and presented as follows
over over again to pull out
General Fund . . .
with : $ &,790.48I
Hood Texas, In the last Job. Employers he and about
to Camp day was up again mediate crop, to clear storage space cars and trucks, stuck to their j'(
should contact the nearest Fine and, forfeiture fund 5,792.73
jobs open This yearly sing In honor of the : for the more-easily-stored late axles, with their drivers fuming I
U. S. Employment office for assignment Raulerson is : I Road and] Bridge Fund ? 4,734.12Agricultural
Horace Thomas arrived In Okee patriarchs arrangedby immediate and and mad
crop. By frequent as hops; it Isn't fair, of :
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; Fund . 421.60i
unemployed
of now
persons E J. Wilson and has becomeone
t chobee: this week from Thomasville, purchases of Intermediate potatoes course, to lay all of the blame on i
Refusal to accept suitable employment I [ Outstanding Indebtednessfund
Ga and Is spending thirty days of the county's institutions.The of fine he out, the who
i I i quality, pointed contractor, Is losing more
i will operate to suspendthe . . . . 87444
here with his far-ily. He is a patient attendance this year was smaller j i I housewives will\ add nutritive value because of the constant rain than
right of the claimant to com usual Race track fund . . 12,250.84
than Inclement
In the Finney General Hospital due to to their ,meals, gain the benefit of any town-bound driver, but since It 1940 General

at that place where he Is bee pensation. weather, but about sixty residents moderate and the rather Refunding
prices at same liable
Persons drawing unemployment I seems more to pro fund . . . . 5.377.221
e ing prepared for the grafting of a and out-of-town visitors were present time help to avert crop losses duce results than to blame the Almighty

new bone In his leg in place of the' compensation in Okcechobce Coun- Mrs. Donaldson played for the Irish potatoes contain vitamin C folks do It.
ty for the week ending August 25 I TOTAL . . . .$35,241.43Petitions
one that was shattered from gun singing. ( ascorbic acid), some vitamin, Bl The weapons' carrier from the
were classified an : 1 locomotive en- for restitution of lands
fire while fighting In Germany Among those present were, from (thiamine., and Iron and other I field has to make all necessary
tfineyr 1 peeler io process Labor I under provisions of House Bill No
Fort Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. John highly-important minerals and vitamins rips these days, because with its !
era, 1 not classified. 458 of 1945 were filed as follows:
Charles Robinson arrived In Russ and children, Frances, Paula Williams said four-wheel drive and heavy, sturdy
Mantis M. Alsobrook, lots 7 and 8,
r and is and Johnny Russ, Mrs. Homer and construction it grinds
Okeechobee this week engine ,
block 183, city of Okeechobee.
ing thirty days here with his.pend-I Carl StellReturns Evans, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hatch, 45 Florida Quarter, through any sort of going. Slip Daniel Marlon McCarthy, lots 7

I lIy. Ha has been In Germany Wayne Gamous, Betty Jo Galnous, ping, sliding, growling and grumbling and 8, block 2, South Okeechobee,

the Invasion Joyce Gamous, Homer Evans, Cuma this unlovely piece of G. I
Home Following 45 and upon motion of CommissionerWalker
I Evans, Duane Evans, Bobby Evans; Foals Compete Al equipment Is as reliable as It Is unattractive duly seconded by Commissioner

Henry L. Walker, Jr. who la from \\abasao, Mrs. Alma Jones, and it gets there. When Swain, the above applicationswere

stationed at the Naval 'Air Station! i Months In ServiceCampa Miss Julia Sheffield; from Winter Wauchula Sept. 3 surplus equipment is available, the I approved under House BillNo.

Beach, Mr and Mrs A. J. Woods; iVeapons' carrier should be a
at pensacola spent Sunday and Monday poju-! 458 of 1945, by the following

e here with his mother, Mrs. I BlandlngFla.Specl.1; from Vero'Beach, James E. Woods tar buy for farmers, hunters, fish votesYeast

and Wilson J. Brown from Okeejhoboe and all whose !
work
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Henry L. Walker, Sr. to Okeechobee News)-Sgt. Carl E. ; Wauchula, Sept. 4 (Special) en or playtakes Commissioners Drawdy,

.., Stello has been released' from active M'.J.andMrsjilJls: ; _>Meiserve.Mrs. .. i'O I'.ty.norJ a Quartet foals them_ Into_ unpredictable: Swain, W.lk.r"Chap"le'hand Mob-,
Merle Bartlett, Van E. Light I places.t .
On the VSS: Alabama in Tokyo duty with the Army of the competed for $500 In cash premium!, \ley.
Lois Selph, Mrs J. A. Paul, M. Last
sey Sunday we made a business
Bay-Special to Okeechobee News I United States after serving 45 posted by the State Department 01: Nays None.
Tvmllnson, Mr. and Mrs. George J Clewiston Mindful of thprobable
trip to
Henry :M. Hancock, seaman, first ) months Agriculture and the Florida Quar County deeds were approved forthe
E'.
1 Harden, Allen Harden, Mrs R. condition of the Lakeport
class, USNR, whose wife, Ada, lives He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs K. ter Horse association In the annua following
McLaughlin, Mrs Van Llghtsey road the
went
In Okeechobee, Fla., is serving on E. Stello of Okeechobee, Fla. fall show held here on Labor Day we longer way T. H. Nix, Henry T. Bass, Will'illlams
Mr. and Mrs. S J. Davis, Glen around the lake
east side of the ,
this battleship, which Is part of the He has served overseas for 34 The animals-virtually all of ther G. W. Clay, Clayton
Davis, J. H. H.rd"n. Mr and Mrs. Canal Belle
through Point, Pahokee,
theatre. Florida bred and raised wer e i I Walker T J.
powerful Pacific Fleet completingthe months In the Et T. 0. ( E. Clay, Maurice
B. H. Conerly, Robert Hancock, Glade, South and Bear Beach' '
first stages of the occupationof The aeparatee, who plans to make judged by a committee of Florid Bay I taulerson, Alton Chandler W, D.
{ Minnie Harden, Mr. and Mrs Hu- Is ? doesn'l',
-or it Bare Beach It
Jap.n.Under his home In Okeechobee, Fla., was cattlemen Including Jerry McLeoc Coker, Kenneth Worth, LM.. Gram-

the operational control of discharged through the Separation bert Harden, Mrs T. J. SiiT.mons, Arcadia; Milton Thomas., Sarasot matter much. So far as I could set ling I. N. McMullen, Clayton White,

\ where in the Julia McMullen, Fredie Selph, Min and John Clardy, Ocala. there were no bears, no beach anc R. Raulerson E and Annie
Admiral William F. Halsey, USN, Center at this post Roy R. ,
nie Donaldson, E. J. Wilson, Evelyn no nudes, in sight.
the Alabama, with 11 other battle- course of one day he was process Tom Kirby, Fort Pierce, exhibits d I B. Hamrick.The .
Cone, Alma June Cone, Mr. and
What struck me was the tremendous
ships, 17 aircraft carriers, six \ ed. Each man about to be discharged the grand champion stud and Dui r_ meeting adjourned to recon.
Mrs W. R. Tomlmson, W. H. Harden advantages Of Okeechobei,
escort carriers, 20 cruisers and la given an orientation talk ranee Ranch, Brighton, showed tt s vene on September 29, 1945.
life Sr., J. D Northwood, M. B. over these places, and the fact the
him for civilian
more than 290 other U S. ships, which prepares grand champion filly-
under the Raulerson, Wilson Selph, Mrs E. J. they are growing like mushroom
Is helping take over control of the I and outlines his benefits Klrby's stud, "Bahia" was finn t Superintendent i Carl
Wilson ,
and Mrs W. H. Harden. while we creep so slowly forwari
Nips' big naval bases. I GI Bill of Rights He Is also given his class at the Ocala show la:' h Durrance Receives
is almost inertia.
that
his our pace
The explorer, Rear Admiral Richard counseling service and separation February, placed over ":'..luc1"ruerve ,
I j wonder why. Of course, there's th Degree At GainesvilleCounty
E. Byrd, USN retired, was on pay. John Walker Gets champion exhibited by Ai
arrived In Okeechobe.Wednesd.y : : muck and the bean. And the suga
board temporarily during a shore Sgt. Stello thony Farms, Ocala, "Big Chief II ,
and has already cane. We can't grow in the sam Superintendent Carl T,
afternoon
bombardment near Tokyo shortly : first place junior colt exhibited 1
his clothes Discharge From direction as towns founded upo Durrance returned to his home In
before the end of the war. H. called I put away army Irvin Lochlar, Bowling Green, aiDapples" id
I and donned civilian dress. He sayrit seasonable, quick-crop farming. Okeechobee Saturday from Gaines-
bombardment "a milestone a
this first place senior co
good to be out of don't think we want to, if th, yule where he received his Degreeof
In warfare" because the ship was seems mighty Armed ForcesSergeant exhibited by Gene Pride, Tamp '
after so long a' helter-skelter ugliness of then Bachelor of Arts and Education
"able to hit the target so accurately the army spending and Kirby's own "Dusty Bailey '
there.I. owns Is a part of their prosperlt; .it the close of the Summer Term of
without being able to see It." time first place junior yearling.
I John H. Walker arrivedhome Jammed with jerrybullt building: school at the University of Florida
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Members Durrance's Buddie Norflee t"m the roads lined with shacks, shabb Mrs. Durrance and daughter, Judy,
Following Is a letter recently received O. O. F. I Wednesday afternoon from "
placed charpion -
over "Peppy reserve
road houses, tumble-down negi were present for the graduation.
by Mrs Angle Bass from Will Attend Church Camp Blanding where he had just nd
shown by Henry 0. Partin ai' is nothlrst
qu.rten-ther. certainly Mr. Durrance attended the University
been discharged from the United
her son, Tech Sgt. Edward Ray Sunday September 9 Sons, Kissimmee, and "Zanta," fllpl.e
attractive about their chea
raw,
lm
ofFlorida three
the years
States after spending
he Army
Base When he wrote this letter I
senior yearling filly shoe R
bustling air of going places Bi t after hi. graduation from
put five there He had been'stationed mediately
was In Lauterbach, Germany but Is > years
local lodgeof
All members of the by Anthony Farms, Ocala.
at Hendrlcks Field SeJ the air of going places Is undenii Okeechobee High School but had
in Marseille, France
now I the Independent Order of Odd bring, for the past year and was On the eve of the show, asoci la.' ble, however ill-favored and UI not completed his studies until this

Dear 1Another Fellows are requested to meet at' tion\ directors voted to approprii ttenv demonstrations
be its
sent to Camp Blanding for disccharge Ightly may summer when, he attended Summer
week has dragged by; I the hall Sunday morning at 10:30 $250 to match $250 offered by Co Okeechobee, with her bro, I School.

after moving so fast for 10 long and go fro mthere to the Baptist missioner of Agriculture Nath an boulevard mail street, her wel ,

and having so much to do it Is I Church for the morning service. Sergeant Walker returned to the Mayo Ribbons were awarded th,ru kept homes on every hand, her gen II.

monotonous to be sitting In the I. It Is the custom of Odd Fellows1 United States last year after spend' the first three places In each of i<: eral appearance of care and decor.. of a hustling, scrambling, crowded,

lame place all the time with to attend church once a year and' ing thirty-two months in the Pacific I I classes, tlve effort, is so beautiful a coIV' n. disordered ugliness. In contrast,

ing to do. I don't think we noth.1 Sunday, September 9, 1945, has beerf, most of which was spent In Other exhibitors include) Sti tract to these other lake towns th.t there is a feeling of space and order .

here much longer-we are slated I set aside as Church Attendance Day New Guinea While In the Pacific Roberta Zolfo Springs; Dewey Vi'11. I can almost forgive her junk pili!'II. In Okeechobee's well planned

for a move back Into France, possibly for this lodge. The services will be1 he took part in four major camp banks, Tampa; Norman Bry.n, Clewiston approximates the bea 11. streets and parks; an air of conJ

in the vicinity of Marseille.It's In charge of the Rev( M. M. Martin, palgns, all of them In the early1 Wauchula; Doyle Carlton, W sty of Okeechobee but is marred at. tentment-If we don't let it d -igenerate

going to be quite a move, about a member of the I local lodge days of the war in which the chula; T. Mabry Carlton, WauchuT. la; least on the eastern approach byer a Into lack of ambition; allce

take about five J. E. CONE, Noble Grand. American suffered untoldhardships of -if keep
775 miles and will boys C. Hart, Wauchula; Bill Lest ,, group of hodge-podge bulldln atmosphere serenity we

days to convoy the Battalion. while the nation was get- St. Petersburg; William HamlltValrico ,on, with plenty of trash around the m Il It from becoming a sleepy ..tupidlee

Today has been a very nice day; Word reaches Okeechobee that ting ready to fight., ; George E. Sebrlng III, H art and the mercantile houses c.nwe 10 ty.

went out this morning and took a Cpl. Cecil Bass and QM 3rd Class In talking'with him he said It Sebring Sebring; James 1.0W.uchula ,, begin to match the substant lal And the moral is-join the Cham

few pictures of the .cenar). On Rodman Wallace met together In Okeechobee business building., o C bet Commerce, and help our
cljvillan Russell Farmer, W ail'md
I mighty good to be back In ;
spot in particular should make a Honolulu and later met Mrs( Roberta was life after spending five yearsin chula; Dlziy Thomas, Ocala; Cl yde their cleanliness. But the Su|[:81' town to grow, but to grow In thfIn

road Wilson (formerly Miss ertlePearce direction of Its Innate and dud
very nice picture. The curves B. Company properties are Impr..1.nd own
the most of which wad Savage, Wauchula; and Frank
mountain ). Cpl. Bass and Mr. Wallace army tinetlve beauty.of .
tide of overlooking ,
around the a fins.
He Is lik. Tauchen, DeSoto City.
Mrs. Wilson and spent in Jungle Fighting. a
with
a wide ,valley; across this had dinner There are, of course, plenty

valley setting on a peak of a lesser the three spent the evening talking most he cf does the not boys know that just are what gettln"out he1 Everett Johns of Tampa Is ape, fine properties along the road, i I id-I Mrs Morris Barnett Is spending

mountain It an old castle A moat about Okeechobee and home and I will do but has several things lit Ing several days of this week b ier jacent to al these towns, but i new that the war was over they expected U Is relatives of Mr Barnett.
beautiful old place It Is, completeContinued attending to business feeling the towns leave with you visiting

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Florida. to.wit: feet wide will be reserved by said NAL IMPROVEMENT: FUND
<9hl\CdtOlll\C fl\U5 Fish Patrol Iheya Shima Lots 7. R and 8. Block 3, Okeechohee Trustees from any parcel through I OP TilE STATE OF FLORiDA
I T on I Lot 3, Blk I, 'Wright's First Addition whhh there Is an existing? state road) .
and easement for drainage and reclamation BORD OP COMMISSIONERS
WH of Lots 4 and 8, Blk 1, So. and for road purposes will be OP EVEROLADE3 DRAIN.
Published Every Friday bf the Okeerhnbealots reserved by the Board of Commls AGE DISTRICT
Okeechobee News Co., at Okescho- I; 11 to 10 Inc, Blk. 27 North- sinners of Everglades Drainage Dis By ROY It. HAniERSOV Agent
went Add. tract for Trustees of the Inter .
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida Iota 1 and 2. Blk 24, Conner'sTTIirhlands nal Improvement Fund and

....... .. Editor I A : c Tnt 12, Blk 112 City nf Okeechobes Dewrtptlonrlot fl, Blk 213\ City of Okewhohe of for Everglades Board nf Commissioners Drainage DIs.
BRYANT BOWDEN i :{ J Lot 4. Blk 2 Davis' Add. Boir 177 ftv of NB ('or nf REH trlrtOkeechoben County,
iI I ::1 ? Lots :24: and 21. Blk 42 City of of NEM nf NFM run S 163 ft. W 87 Florda
Joly Okochohep ft. N 1(15 ft.. H 87 ft. In See. 20 Twp.
matter
Entered ss second class Tot 0. Blk 171, City of OkeeehoheeLnts 37 Rm, 13
1. lOll at the Pout Officen Okech- lap Blk 4. Bans S D
8 to 17 .
1m. ? Beg 310 ft W of NE: Tor of IIF.4
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Act
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bee Flft. --- Lots B and fl. Blk 10S, City of of \linf NFW. run S Id! ft.. W 103ft :NOTICE OF AWICVTION Suit
J4.r OVeochnbeo N KB ft., E" IDS ft, In Sec 20 Twp Tt\ DEED
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Oov't Lots 5 and d. In Sec 10 Twp 37 Kge 33. Law. of 1 3SNoiliB

One Year In advance . . .$Z.OO 31r.nll.ji 11 Tines I Beg, H2:: ff VT of NF"rnr of OEM
Southern SID .
Six Months In advance . .. 1.00 Blk. 4 of Okeechohee of :'>EII, nf NR'run RYlrtl ft. W 41ft Is hereby; given that Ii. B.SKllo
Blk :2fl City No.
Lot 12 la'Rec I holder of Tnx Certificate
... \ 1(13 ft, E 43 ft I 20 Twp
In advance "
Month Okeerhohee
Three Lot 0. Blk S "o 37 RKP. 83 IL7.:: iHNiiiMl, the 71 I h day; of August,
----- Lots 11 and 12., Bile 21. So Oboe ? A. D. 11)11: has filed .nme In my of-
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Tots T and 8. Blk. 173 City of
rhohee for a
10
applUntlon
Tteadln notice In local colnmne Blk, 1(17( City of Okeerhobee I fire : ha s mnilo
11ni Bates for display' advertising1 I l Tnts 3 and 4. 'I 1'11'1 Deed to he lulled thereon SaId
centi a
Clas"1f1 nkp"rhnhf' lot IS, Blk 4, Bait S/D CiTtlfiiate emhrnres the following de-
fnrnlnhed on application word T.ot 1. Blk 114. Oltv nf Okeerhobee Tent S. Blk 174 City of Okeerhohc. rlheil In the County ofOkeprhnh"P.
each tirnpi-m
.d advertising 2 cents enterprlaes Lots 2, 3, 4 and 7. Blk. 111, City of Lot 4. Blk 174, City of Okeechohee'Lot State of Florida' to.wit
per Insertion All home regarding OkeechoheeTots 8. Northweat Add,
Illk 27 Okeecbnbee.
of
conducted for profit rstes.verfnff areI'II11rr..llle I A and. 0. Blk 144 City ot Lots 1. 2. S and B to 20 Inc., Blk 17, J The lad 2.a"a'a8ml'nt I'lk 1117 City of said property

at. .advertising.. -- Okocrhohe Southwest Add iiinlir snlil. Certificate Issued was In
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nome
Mile are pavahle on the I Iota 1 to 16 Inc. and IS to 20 Inc. t'nle.e. said Certificate shall he redeemed -
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tot of curb month Parties unknown te I Blk IS, Snnthwest Add
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11 end 12 Blk 144 City of according. to law propertydp,9dhed
I nt.
publishers required to pay In advance. I Okeechohee Tot 17 Blk IS. Sonthwe Add. therein shall) be sold to thhlgheKt .
Lots 20 Blk SouthwestAdd
I 1 to Inc 20 nt the CourthnumjdiHir
bidder
I Lot 10 Blk, :2. Southern Tines SID In the
Monday
I -. I,'u 4. and EH: of Lot 5. Blnrk 211. I.nts 1 to IS Inc Blk 21 SouthwestAdd month' on of the Oitohor first. lfn. which Is the

Christmas MailingFor I Pity .f Okeechobee Add. 10 and 20, Blk. 21. Southwest ht dnof October 1W5.
offered for sole lit public ont-
.. will he and boat cash bio. I Add Dated this 13th day of August 1045. .
I I subject err for to the the highest right! of the Board of Int 7 Blk BS City of Okeerhobee (SEAL) ROY. R, RAUI.ER!'ON.lerk .
Overseas ... ,1 I Commissioners of Everglades Drain- lots ft and 0. Blk. 144 City of ( Circuit Court of
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Boys I I ..p n I eon District and/or' Board of CountyCnmmlsiloncrs Okeechobee Okeeehobeo County
II I I of Okeechobee Count, I I Florida
llorlila. to reject any and all Mile. TRUSTEES!'! OF TilE INTER Alia. 31 Sept. 7, 14, 21 2S-1945
15 to Oct. 15 18t the Courfhmis". beginning at 10:00 I
Sept. I o'clock A M on the 17th day nf September .1- _... .
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1043! Easement for drainageand
reclamation and road purposes I
II I will be reserved -I
It'a time to be thinking of mall- POVRD OP COMMISSIONERS! !;: : II II
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Ing Christmas packages overaea.. I I OP EVERGLADES DISTRICT DRAINAGE

Army postal officers at Headquarters
BOARD
OP COUNTY COM-
Fourth Service Command MISSIONFRS: OF OKEBCHO-

reminded the public that even BEE COUNTY FLORIDA
By ROY R RAVI,ERSON.! I
though hostilities have ceased on Marina Private First Class Raymond E. Cranforfl (left) of Clerk of the Circuit Court
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all fronts, there are still many 1\ Greensboro, N. C, and Joseph II. Prunler of Linwood, Mass, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
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who \ watch with Interest M an Iheya Shima native cleans a fish haul Okeerhobee Conntv Florida, COMMERCIAL
thousands of American troops as agent for said Boards. i
The two Leatherneck accompanied a native fishing party: from By DORIS GARDNER,
will spend their Christmas In for. the Island In the Okinawa group when the Iheyans went out to Deputy Clerk .

eign land. and these troops will be Increase a dwindling food supply (U. S. MariIoe Coves Pboto. ) -
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forward from tthe
looking to packages

home. NOTICE
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Okecrhobe County, Florida, ,
the Christmas boxes will go throughon and 8 guiders-support It. In orderto Aortirt! lltth, IMS DOMESTICREFRIGERATION
The regulations governing
time and reach the service men make the locomotive flexible NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that
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mailing of overseas Christmas gifts pursuant to Chapter1S21H1
for whom It Is designated. enough to readily negotiate curves Laws of Florida, Arts 1W7
to Army personnel remain the same known as the MURPHY ACT and In
Local postmasters can furnish at high speed, these wheels are arranged pursuance of Chapter 2009S. Laws of
as last year-they must be posted the .
Florida Arts of 1041 known as
between September 15 and October any clarifying detail. relative to In two groups of 8 drivers EVERGLADES DRAINAG3 PIS. .

overseas Christmas mailing and 4 guiders. And while designed TRICT ACT, the following described
15-one package a week may be land situated In Everglades
primarily for highball freight sere Drainage District In Okeechobe
sent (without a request) by any will be offered for
County Florida
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the Baldwin Is entirely suitable
one person to the same serviceman Seaboard Railway Places ante at public outcry for the highestand SERVICE
for fait passenger runs best rash bid subject to the right
-the usual restriction. as to size Diesel of the Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
Order For Huge Fund and of the Board) of
and weight of Christmas parcels
Electric I i LocomotiveThe Overman, director of CommlsHloners of Everglades Drainage t -"
applies-not more than fifteen District to reject any and all bids,
the Florida Improvement Commis ; at the Courthouse beginning at 10:00
inches long or more than 36 Inches o'clock A. M on the 17tb day
in length and girth combined and Seaboard Railway has placedan sion, said last week that the end of tember 1043 As to all lands outside I ... .
the war should speed construc- the! corporate limits of any municipality I
maximum weight five pound.. order for a 564,000 pound diesel up as of this date title to one-
I tion of the new wing on the State of and three fourths i
Most stores have a stock of boxes electric locomotive which will go half all petroleum I I .
of other minerals will be reserved byTrustee. {
Capitol which will
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approved by the War Departments, into service this fall, officials announced provide new of the Internal Improvement
I I from Norfolk thla week. quarters for the Governor, hia ,.taff Fund; If lands are within said corporate
for overseas gift shipments limits as of this date the reservation t
The giant unit Is now under construction and for Secretary of State R A. applies but privilege to ULMER EZELL .

The Army asks that gifts be selected at the Baldwin Locomotive Gray. plore, mine and develop will be n-I
ducted on and under lands only
which a soldier i. unlikelyto works In Philadelphia and the consent of the surface .
Easements for road right of 200 J
war
find In In
the particular area when completed, will be used Initially Advertise in The NewsI
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that Intoxicants, inflammable fast, heavy freight hauls. If the a...... ....--
material. (such as matches and big fellow lives up to expectations, I Southeastern Florida Is the latest

fluid. and mat. to be Included In the future -
lighter ) perishable It will be added to Seaboard's mo territory

ter are unacceptable for mailing. tive power fleet as the largest radio marketing plans of the

Families and friends of men stationed locomotive on the railroad. In fact, Stromberg-Carl.on Company, manufacturers -

In the China-Burma Theater, no railroad engine In the country of radio, FM, and television -

India Theater, the Middle East, or will equal it for size or power. equipment who have appointedThe
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on the Pacific Islands, are urgedto Domestic Refrigeration Company

avail themselves of the early The heart of this Iron home Is of Miami as area distributors

made of two cylinder, supercharged I FOR SALE
mailing date to Insure receipt of up .
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Christmas presents by Christmas diesel engines generating ,

Day. It suggested that parcels 1500 HP each. Both engines drive Legal Advertisements

round to these distant bases be electric generators which In turn I 1

mailed as nearly as possible to funlsh power to eight traction motors I NOTICE OF I TFNTIOX TO .

September IS and no later than In terms of speed, this simply SFII L.NDNOTICE r'o
is nrnrBY GIVEN that
October 1. means that the monster can pull along pnipustit. to eotlon! 13 (1)I barter
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Above alt, don't forget the importance freight train at 85 miles per I and Se,'tlon 07. Chapter 11717 Laws

of the correct address: hour which is faster than most I of Florl hv !irtlon 11 Chapter :SfldfS, laws of SEVERAL THOUSAND
rank, name, serial number, branchof topflight passenger streamlinersrun I Florida to Acts Rmtlnn of 1041 42 Chapter and also 20722 purinnnt :- I ACRES OF GOOD ,

service and organization AFO. today, I Laws of Florl number and post office which will The Baldwin behemoth Is 02 feet I amended bv Section II. Chapter 221)711:: 1
nf 1041 and
I nws of Florida Act
andle the mail. If the public follows long with a 78-foot wheel base. I !Section 41 Chapter, :!O72::. Laws of I
Klurliln, Arts nf 1'Hl, an amended bY
instructions given by the Its head stands 16 feet above the SiMtlon, Jl Chapter :20079::: Laws of

Army, it's a pretty sure bet that track and 24 wheels-16 drivers Kloililn. Acts of 1943, the follow In ifdnirlhed Pasture
I lands In Okeechohee County I Land

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N RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.

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.'' i'oI IIII T I Sugar Cane Mill on le Shima I II are protected against unnecessary War Price and Rationing Board<

I ; I] SOCIAL !1 price Increases In the reconversion He said It appeared "most un

K NEWS period," Mr. Scharfichwerdt declared likely" that there will be any general .

: Increase In the factory level

't', mi. _.. ... :. .. _..._...__...__.__u. __ .,, of automobllu ,
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. .I.t ; Ray Simmons left Wednesday turned to Okeechobee this week' principle of OPA that "the best

, night}: to return to his home In after spending the summer months1 I way to smother the flames of Inflation .

( Jacksonville after spending several in Georgia and Virginia. ;' la to bury them under an ELECTRICAL WORK

days here. i avalanche of civilian goods...

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i P. EVANSHOUSE
down If we are to avoid the pit-
Basil Bowden returned to his |I Indian Prairie Canal on Moore
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home In Sebring Monday after ven road pair of Rimless a-j I
|: World War I. And our policy ofi
spending Saturday and Sunday tinted bl-focal !aura. !$10.00 { I WIRINGMa.la.ria.
4r i I anti-inflation, reconversion pricing
\ here. for their return to the Okeechobee I ;
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o it the best way we know to do It,
News office. I { Mr. Scharfschwerdt said

:'Ire. J. W. Youmans left Sundayfor AUTOMOBILE 1MUCE tUUMS I

her home In Fort Ogden after Service Men SETi .

spending the past week In Okee i I After several months of study, CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH

chobee with her parents, Mr. and (Continued from Page One) 'OPA has devised a procedure by I LIQUID for

Mrs. J. Hf Walker, Jr. Mr. Youi with moat and draw-bridge. I have which manufacturers may compute 6 6 6 A1.ILARIALSYMPTOMS
man drove over for her. ,
been In It and Ifs everything that I their own ceiling prices, it was dis- I Take only aa directed

anyone would expect. Suite of armor Mrs. A. H. Evans of Miami
arrived Hearty every farm on le Shltna, backdoor to Okinawa, haij olio of
all over the place, are very Interesting -
In Okeechobee the first of the I jbeie primlllre sugar cane mills, for which horses tumfohed thepotlve
week and is spending some time I Dummies, dressed In armor power. The sugar sane, crashed between the rock, WM
here with her or making take, among other thing WreckaM ol point ,
parents, Mr. and and holding lances guard each It
ttfttirW oontl buUdlngi can be teen ta tae baokgroaadk
)Ira. J. II( Walker, Sr. stair landing and the doors to many
Royal Victory
of the rooms. All types of old weapons
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Dasher and
daughter Lakeland were visitors are displayed all over the Rev. Jack Davis Weekly RoundupOf

walls old battle-axes, two-handed

.. who Okeechobee spent Sunday. the and guests Monday of Mr in swords; of every size, shape and description Is Speaker To OPA Price And Rink

,. Skating
and Mrs. I. N. McMullen. old fllnt-rock pistols and

many other things There are thousands '

FOR 'SALE-Three old bull of hunting trophies mountedon Rotary Members; Rationing NewsWeek
year ,
the walls! ; all types of horns, 125 South 5th St. Fort Pierce, Florida
Gutenna-Brahma Weigh 800 Ibs.W. .
E. Arnold. moose heads, elk and deer heads, The Rev Jack Davis, pastor of of September S, 1945 -- -- -
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-many the Methodist church at Hollywood, MEATS AND FATS: Red stamps

Holmes Allen of Miami, deputy things that I had never seen In Florida was the speaker before theI:I V 2V2, X2, Z2, now valid, expireSeptember'
I from 7 10
pictures. One big evidentlythe Open Every Evening to
United States Marshal, arived la room Rotary club at their Tuesday meet- 30; Al, BI, Cl, Dl, El,
banquet hall, bas a huge open Ing. | valid expire October 81 Fl,
now
Okeechobee last Saturday and l Is ;
fire at each end On each side EXCEPT MONDAY WHEN CLOSED
place
r spending this week here fishing at are'mounted Mr. Davis was Introduced by Leo Gl. lIt, Jl, Kl, now valid, expire

', the Okee-Simmeo Camp. He states of the fireplaces wild Greenbergrr, program chairman for November 30; Ll, Ml, Nl, PI, Ql, ALL DAY
boars. stand about three anda
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that ha has had very good luck the day, who said that his only now valid, expire December 31.
half feet high and must >ave
considering the bad weather.R. criticism of his guest was that he SUGAR: Sugar Stamp No. 88 become .
weighed a half ton or more. The and From
was a Klwanlan Instead of a Kotarian. good September 1, expires Saturday Sunday Open
Job of stuffing those babies was .
L. Alford, proprietor of the December 31.

'Skating Rink at Fort Pierce, was a really you ai a though masterpiece.they are They ready look at to Mr. Davis started his talk with SHOES: Airplane Stamps No.1, : 2:00: P. M. to 5:00: P. M.

visitor spending Wednesday morn charge right at you. From the tow.eTa reminiscences< of his early days In No 2, No. 3, No. 4, now good.

ing in Okeechobee attending to you can see for miles around- Okeechobee, when, just out of college The victory over Inflation Is still

,f', .J'I business, a very beautiful site. There seemedto he came here to make his fortune to be won! WEDNESDAY SPECIALLADIESHALF

.. bey Just about as uch space !| in real estate. He then told of MORE :MEAT ON THE TABLE
I Y .. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reeves of | his summer this year as again a Housewives .
I" .. underground as there Is above but | of Okeechobee County
Fort Pierce were visitors pending I I student at the Union Theological PRICE
I didn't spend much time down can look forward to a better
, ... .Sunday and Monday in Okeechobee I Seminary In New
York City, describing
there-khida gives one a creepy supply of meat "very soon" It was

r visiting relatives and friend.. feeling and I don't like creepy feelIngs the many types, religions, announced yesterday by ChairmanL.

ao I stayd on top. There is nationalities: and characters of the F. Scharfichwerdt of the Okee
'; Mrs J. N. Pease returned to 1 men with whom he was there associated
".' wine room with several huge casksof chobee War Price and Rationing
, Okeechobee the first ,of the week wine and one of cognac. I get drawing a lesson of tolerance Board.

from Albemarle, N. C., where she I understanding and Idealism
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quite a kick out of going through He said that OPA has Increased
has spent the past several months which he said the need
was
great
those old castles and never past up Class 11 slaughters' quotas on cattle -
J. },- with her family. She if of the world
again employed today. Mr. Davis said
a chance to get Into one. from 100 to 125 percent; for I

I ; )r in the office. of Roy R. JL.m .ene.losln ; a few pictures that since the discovery of the calves from 75 to 100 percent; and I
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Raulerson '
Rt, .' .'.' Clerk of the Circuit taken on one of my Sunday morn atomic bomb has put tremel106ou.. for fogs from CO to 65 percentover I
Court. force for good evil into the
or
Ing horseback rides. The setting laIn last month's quotas I
quite a forest and was for some hands of mankind, the only stlution "This Is In line with the aIen.cy'
Mr. and Mrs. J. E Cone and for the
two- existence of the
very worldis .
kind of Nazi rites, evidently "held policy of keeping slaughter
sons, Everett, Jr., and In the
real
Wayne, were brotherhood ol man, '
in ihe morning because the only quotas as high as possible, Mr. HAVE THEM
visitors who spent Sunday and developed through tolerance' and I RECAPPED IN ONE
| break In the trees around H was Schnrfschwerdt added.

.Monday in St. Augustine and Jack toward the rising! sun and the sym understanding and Implemented by The slaughter quotas for sheep OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS

sonville. bols on the pillars are all towards divine grace and guidance. The material and lambs remain. at 110 percent, I I

the rising sun. We later blew up advance of the human race, the aame as the last previous ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE. '
Miss Jo Parish was carried ta the he said must give
now way to a period.
the pillars In the backgroud, the
Fort Pierce hospital last Saturday ones bearing the swastika. moral, mental and spiritual advanceof AT 1912 I'IUCESD SOON PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE

t where she Is a patient. We learn all peoples, If peace Is to be an Household
... It Is now ten o'clock and Just beginning washing machines will
..r-- this morning that her condition l Ie actuality and a lasting condition i in be back In tho RUBBER USED. PHONE 139, FORT
to get dark, the wind has stores this fall at I

some better. cone up and Is shaking thcae old the world. 1942 prices, according to an announcement PIERCE, FOR APPOINTMENT.
Since the very name of the organization made
trees just outside my window. yesterday by I
Mr. and M,.. ADen Markham re' Looks like it will be a good nightto to which he was speaking Chairman Scharfschwerdt of the I|

aleep, 'Tis ,all for this time. Love, Rotary International, indicatea Okeechobee War Price and Ration- 'i

SAY the purposes of the club, the Rev. ing Board. Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.

Davis' forceful and vivid talk was "Manufacturers will be requiredto

greatly enjoyed and It brought tag the
GILBERT new washing machines with I
Churches of Christ
strength and determination their
to thia retail ceiling/ prices before

THEATRE Scientist small segment of Rotary Interns they am shipped to retailers," Mr.Schaifschwerdt .

tional's members, to have a part 1 in stated.
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*MAN," la the subject of the Lee establishing and nurturing world This policy will be followed with ,!{; !JlJWIIrIDID.mIDI' >ik1M OTmm$ $01 IDj

Sunday and Monday son-Sermon which will be read 'in 1 peace. all major reconversion items, according :::

Churches of Christ, Scientist, For the first time In many weeks l to OPA, so that "each family

DOROTHY UA-MOUU throughout the world on Sunday:, the attendance chairman, "WhipI will be able to buy a washingmachine POWERS AND ARCHIBALD, Inc. .

; in September 9. lush" Raifanlder, had a chance trip o and an Ironer to fit Ita
"Rainbow Island" a member the back for needs:. TRACTOR AND DRAGLINE WORK
'The Golden Text Is: "Hear the up failIng <*tJJ: | i

right, 0 Lord, attend unto my cry, to make up an absence Z K. "If we are going to control inflationary

1"f L CARTOON give ear unto my prayer that Williams, aecretary-treasurer of' the pressures in Okeechobee Clearing Grubbing and Excavation

lIIJws'I goeth not out of feigned lips club, was the luckless victim of a County, It I Is vital that consumers i ,

As for me, I will behold thy fact in toni ue-lathing which brought considerably be protected against unnecessary

I: righteousness I shall be satisfied, more amusement to the Increases In the cost of things they F. C. ROBINSON
- &, I Engineer
"..' whew I awake, with thy likeness"Psalms other members than repentance to need to buy," Mr. Scharfschwerdtaucrted ,

( 17:1, 15). Mr. Williams. 406 Harvey Blvd., Ph. 8780, West Palm Beach
Friday and Saturday Among the 'Citations which com John Northwood made hU monthly I Shoppers should be able to find tJrnmiIClln.11CImlilttfJl'olOl1l1l

report en the Rotary magazine, come washing machines In the
Double Feature Program prise the Lesson-Sermon Is tile following )()j.III'Ift' :;>It"C'It"I/ : a3ta'f !tkltStblti4AlilttlllltDtC4A
from the Bible "So God calling attention to several fine article stores by fall and will be seeing

WILLIAM (Hopalong created man in ill own Image in of local Interest. them in quantities by year's end,

(Cassidy: ) BOYD the Image of God created ha him; Two guests were present L. V. hi said. '
; Conrath and G. 0. Wallace. Three Rom where I sit Joe
la male and female created ha them" Production of Ironer. is expectedto ; *. ly Marsh.

"Fast Colors" (Gen. 1:27). members were absent. come along a little more slowly:
The Rev. W. R Howell will bi and it will bi the first of next
yearbefore
The Lesson-Sermon also Includes
"Abroad With Two the' following from the program ch.lrman' next Tues they will appear in aiieablelots. )
passage
day's meeting. He hopes to present f 'Jeb Wilkins 'il
Yanks"with Christian Science textbook, "Sel.e -
.I a very fine speaker from West KITCHEN AND
.ad Health with ALUMINUM WARE ,.
Key to tbScriptures" : .
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Palm Beach, and all members are The prospect that long-scarce the wanderlust
by Mary Baker
it HELEN WALKER AND Scripture inform us that Eddy"The man= I urged to attend and to bring their aluminum pots and pans will soon

DENNIS O'KEEFE I ii made In the image and likeness friends. be available for Okeechobee County Seb WUkln wu fchrayt a kid and family bMXinff

DISNEY CARTTON of God Matter ia not that IIk.n..e. housewives in quantity and at 1942 great on for traveling Two the sunshine with a flaaa of cold

. NEWS The likeness of Spirit cannot be ao BUTTER COSTS FEWER HJI.MS prices was held out yesterday by weekear ht used to cover beer. theft Hvv. Jeb aay*. .
'r Chairman Scharfschwerdt of the more ground than a Pullman Praia where I aft Jeb'e .tecerered >
unlike Spirit. Man la spiritual and
:a Chairman Scharfschwerdt of the Okeechobee War Price and Rationing conductor. Used to com back what IUiOM. ef stAn i
.. perfect; and because he ia spiritualand I Okeechobee War Price and RationIng Board."Shoppers. from Yacationa tuckered out AaierleaM have leaned thre |fc I'

perfect, he must bi ao understood Board yesterday remindedhousewives should remember, however B.t the war k.. <&aaff.4 all the war. Whether yew ...... r't'
.1--; ,I Coming in Christian Science" (p. that Gaaoliaa hotafam4 beer
: that effective last Sunday that kitchen and aluminum er bejtteraillk heraehoea .
::0' 476_ 7.13). saving apace oa trataa for a nIce or checkera. ,mlet bead h
through September 29 butter ware have
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been
1' off merchanta'.hel.
;. "TILL WE MEET AGAIN""OUR I men-bat got Jeb *pending or a bit friendly M>BT...tUsmJ
, Ii point values had ..
dropped from 19 for I
i a long time, and thenla
L HEARTS WERE hla Tacattoaa feats and life ...therea
( M After the war it will be posslbU to 12 points a pound. a large demand for them," Mr 1M plaoe Uke .... .e],
I I tacit! where
YOUNG AND CAY"FRENCHMAN'S to rent a plane Juat as It Is now -Wi hope that this cut will Scharfschwsrdt added. we anatble the aaeet aai j}
f" remain For
. ', 1t many (h "Nertr knew staying horn get treated the. beet!
, i':.; "\ CiUKK." possible to rent a drlviltyonrsilfear in effect after the end of months, he added, stocks will not could be such fun," says J I' says Aviation News Magaslni. thin month, but wi can only b. at thi
AND NOW TOMORROW" go point they were before "Outdoor barbecue aitUnff I
,' The National Fly-Ur-Self System, along on this bails until we sn the war. around and chatting with the

1 rl Inc. will operate 200 bases when what develops In the supply situation "We an concerned with seeing I

.. plan. may be rented. ," hi said (
cloud
yesterday by Chairman CopyrigAf.194S, Uail.l Sat.. 8es.an h.alatiw s
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