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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
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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 16 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, October 5, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Tamiami Makes Application Trail Tours to Bo. Commissioners State Will Board Reopen of Health Clinic C. H. McNulty President of Okeechobee



Service Men Run From-St. Cloud Transact BusinessIn Here-In City Hall County Bank, Adds Punta Gorda State



the World Over A hearing by-the Florida Railroad Regular Session'State Dr. Board James of H.Health Hill of was the a Florida visitorIn Bank to The McNulty Group of Banks


Commission was held Tuesday In Okeechobee yesterday and while

Miami Florida, Sept. 29-Speclal Orlando at the Angebllt Hotel, on here he was making arrangementsfor -
,I The Board of County Commissioners Melbourne, October 3. Controlof
the of the VD Clinic
to Okeechobee News--Frederick Bo- the application of the Tamiami reopening THE GADFLYBy
of Okeechobee County, FlorIda the Punta Gorda state bank was
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which closed. In making
romel, coxswain, of seventh Street, I Trail Tours, Inc. for certificate of was recently
met pursuant to adjournmenton acquired Wednesday by C. H. Mc
Okeechobee, has been discharged necessity and convenience to oper this announcement Dr. Wells MARJORIE B. WALLACEDo
Saturday, September 29, 1945, at Nulty of this city, bringing to six
St. Cloud stated that the clinic would be heldIn
from the United States Naval Reserve ate truck service from -
10:00: a. m.Present the number of Florida financial institutions
the hall In the
at the Naval Receiving Barracks and Okeechobee with closed doors city same room you remember a certain
C.
were Commissioners In the group headed by
at Miami, Florida. between St. Cloud and Holopaw. as before. phrase In the marriage ceremony-
E. Drawdy, chairman; 0, J. Chap- the Melbourne banker.Announcement .
He has had 42 months duty overseas The clinic will\ open on October "Speak now, or hereafter forever e
Manager Conrath appeared as a man, W. F. Walker, B. C. Swain and of the purchase of
since joining the Navy Jan 18 and will\ be open from 1 to 3 hold your peace"? .
witness before the Commission tea F. M. Mobley, and Roy R. Raulerson the bank on the lower west coast
17, 1942. p. m. each Thursday. He also stated The city papas have under con
tifying as to the need of this new clerk. was made late Wednesday by Mr.
that In addition to the work In that sideration a new tax-levying ordi-
line by Okeechobee merchants who The minutes of the meeting held McNulty, who said. he would take
September 8, 1945 line he would also do Immunizationwork nance which will receive a second
merchandise from Jacksonvilleand September 3, 1945 were read and charge Immediately.
Dear Bryant! I buy I such as giving sots to pre- and final reading Monday night, ata
Orlando. The proposed schedulewill approved.The .
I thought I would drop you a line vent smallpox, 'diphtheria, whooping special meeting In the City Hallat Major Arthur L. Thornton, of
allow\ trucks to leave Jackson reports of Marks and Brandsfor
and let you know that my brother cough and typhoid fever, seven o'clock. You are asked, invited Melbourne, who Is In process of being .
ville at approximately 7:00 p. rn, District No 4 were received adn
Johnnie and I spent four very happy Dr Well Is In charge of this urged, Importuned and solicited discharged from the Army after
office of the
and arrive at Okeechobee at 4:45 ordered filed In the
days together. I pent two days In I work in Okeechobee, Highlands and to be present at this meet- three years' service, will\ be vice-
morning whereas Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Gulnlan harbor on Samur and he a. m. the following Glades counties and said that In ing, and to "speak now" as freelyas president and cashier of the Punta
present facilities take 24 hours The financial statement was pre-
spent two days aboard ship with men addition to this work he would discuss you please. If you don't-well, Gorda bank. Recently Maj. Thorn.

> Leyte harbor. for trucks to get shipments Into sented as follows other public health problems. the rest of the quotation holds, ton has been assigned to duty with
Okeechobee. Another developmentwill General fund . .E 4,173.24
The ship received a letter the too. the War Manpower Commission
the facilities and Fine and Forfeiturefund
expand opera-
first of that HThia ordinance, boiled down,
saying we
September tions of Tmiaml Trail Tours and It . . . 8,780.68 Organized In 1917, the Punta
had full credit for sinking a Jap Legion Auxiliary simplified, elucidated, stripped of

heavy cruiser In the battle off may be possible for this organization Road & Bridge fund 4,138.30 Its verbose, redundant, repetitive i I Gorda State bank resources total

to open a depot here Agricultural fund . 270.55 $1,332,000. The McNulty now
legal phraseology, provides for a : group
Sanar Island last Oct. 24, 1944. The Has Pot-Luck
Outstanding Indebtedness I i t has total resources In excess of
letter was from Admiral Sprague This new service will provide a graduated tax upon certain utilities,
fund . . 874.44
$15,000,000, McNulty said. Others In
who was in charge of Carrier Di- Okeechobee businessmen to be paid to the seller of these
means whereby Race Track fund . 12,250.84 At HallThe the group are the Bank of Melbourne .
vision Twenty-three at the time. can ship merchandise to Holo Supper utilities along with your monthly
1910 General Refund- First National Bank of
bill\ and I
by them remanded to the
We were In the States last No- paw, Kenansville and the crossroads Ing fund . . 5,517.53 Kissimmee, Florida State Bank of
vember after four of highway 30 and highway city. Therefore, you do not have to II
getting eight-inch I
American Legion Auxiliarymet make Sanford and the Okeechobee County
an extra trip to the city hall,
holes through us. I saw five ships Total . . . .$34,005.48 at the Legion hall last Friday do Bank.
sunk that day, two carriers, Gam- or any brain-wearying figuring,
County Deeds approved for evening for pot-luck and
29.Okeechobee were a supper
to
the tax-all the burden of
bier Bay, and the St. Lo, two destroyers Had the following: C. E. Drawdy, Jennie regular] session. The new officers I pay
collecting It is the
Hotl and Johnston, placed upon L.
one Capt. Berger
K. Roberts Annie Installed Past-President
S Mitchell, 0. were by seller of the utilities. ,

destroyer escort, Roberts Mae Johnson, Earl G.: Collins\ Marjorie B. Wallace, who was In
Next Sale The tax is 10 cent on the first
They fired on us for three hours Largest Jonas Spears, J. C. Groover, Gibb turn Installed by President Mary per Gives InterestingTalk
$25.00, I 5 per cent on the next $50or
and fifteen minutes. Gross E. M. Merserve, R, E. Ham- Schulman. The officers are Mrs.

At Pens Sept. 27 rick et ux.Petitions. : Mary Schulman, president; Marjorie fraction thereof, and 1 per centon
Well will\ close for now and keep I II the balance of all charges over to RotariansCaptain
for restitution of lands B. Wallace, vice-president;
sending the Okeechobee News $75.00 In amount. So, on an average
under provisions of House Bill No. Mrs Gertrude Llghtsey, secretaryand
There Is a lot of pleasure reading I bill for electricity of $6.00,
Norfolk, Va, September 28.- 458 of 1945 were filed as follows: treasurer; Mrs. Ethel Rigsbee, your Leonard
about people you know. tax would be sixty cents. The tax Berger, recently
Johnnie made the Invasion of Sa In weather that ran the gamut Frank Chandler, Sr. Lot 10, Blk. 7, sergeant at arms; Mrs Muriel returned from the India-Burma-
applies to sales of electricity, bottled -
mar and has been there ever since from brilliant sunshine to sudden Okeechobee Heights S-D; R. E. Lamb, historian; !Mrs Marian Cou- either manufac- China theatre of war, where he was
gas or
Hamrick, Lots 4 and 5, Blk. 207, Bart, chaplain. naturals\
and said the place was lousy. squalls of rain, the Okeechobee tured, and telephone service. a liaison officer, spoke to the Rotary -
Your friend City of Okeechobee; Joe Bonglo- Plans for the years work were club at their Tuesday
meeting
Lvestock Market enjoyed the second Teeth are provided In the ordi-
RED vannl, Lots 7, 8 and 9, Blk, 166, discussed, most important of which
.N.- of Its To the jiance to bite any purchaser or seller I' Captain Berger did not diicuns
bfisiest day history. f.
City of Okeechobee, and upon motion the membership drive for new .
(Lloyd Lightsey) I Vhd'decldei't .. accompaniment of bawling cattle by Commissioner Swain, sec members; wives, daughters, sistersor ; e
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the whole thing. He be fined
may of
Hen- onded by Commissioner Chapman, mothers, of servicemen. It is the I habits, appearance and character
Guam, Manannas ,roaring B-17's from nearby $100.00 or put In the clink for 10 the peoples of the countries in
the above applications were approved earnest desire of the present Legion
25 Sept. 1945 drinks Field and clacking SeaboardAir days, or both, for each violation. I which he had been stationed. Speaking -
under House Bill\ No. 458 and Auxiliary\ membership to turn
Dear Mr Bowden : Line freights, vetenan auctioneer And the seller is empowered to cut I conversationally and easily, he
of 1945 by the following vote: over to these younger eligible peo-
I'd thought when I decided to A. C. McNurlen of Umatilla off your service, if you're the guilty offered a wealth of fascinating in-
Yeas: Diawdy, Swain, Chapman, ple the organization with Its already
wilt you that the words would knocked down 465 slek steers to a one, ping, just like that. formation about these far countries
Mobley and Walker i functioning and timetestedframework
flow and wisdom and wit would'parkle bevy of buyers from all over every and their Inhabitants, their dally
Attest: Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk upon which the veteransof Now then, this being the method
throughout. Now that I'm where. Watched by a lively crowd lives and family affairs, their co,.
ircuit Court. this war and their auxiliary and machinery for raising some
writing everything that I've started of lean cowboys, local Chamber of tumes and food, their agricultureand
to Is about far separated The following vouchers were approved helpers may build a better future. more cash money for the city, you
as
say Commerce officials visiting political their reaction to the
from Okeechobee Is distant. and ordered paid when funds The experience of many years of want to know what the money will\ economy
me as dignitaries, gaily garbed Seminoles arrival of American soldiers, and
are available: work is at their disposal, an Integrated be used for. Ride around the city
Nevertheless here's few facts I
a
and their bright-eyed chil- their possible future Importance to
General Fund organization of Interna- streets, bust a spring or your back
who have
about Okeechobee boys,
dren from Indian Day School at the rest of the world. Captain Berger's -
been here. Pay Roll, salaries county tional scope, but the members of: bone In one of the chuck holes, and
nearby Brighton, pretty girls galore friendly informality captivaU
Seabees has officials Sept. . . 990.1>0 World War I vintage are ready to one answer will occur to you quite
Arthur Davis of the ,
and a sizeable contingent from ed his audience, and his intensely
County Welfare Board, retire from active participation as spontaneously. New paving. It Is
been here with the 59th but according
the Fourth Estate, the genial 'Col- I interesting talk was thoroughly en.
has Relief Allowance Sept 350.00 soon as the veterans of World War not only needed-it Is Imperative.
to the latest scuttlebutt onel, mike In one hand and gavelin I joyed, and added greatly to the un.
drifted toward the Paradise we'reall Robert La Martin, Comm.T. II are ready to take up the reins of I Take a critical look at the parks,
the other, paced the auction from derstanding and Information of his
looking forward toFloridaorat A. Sept. . . . 125.00 government. The American Legion which could be really\ lovely, and a
early afternoon 'til nearly dark. listeners. One of the finest service
least stateside.In Bessie Alderman, Comm. and its Auxiliary should become In second answer will be impressed
And when the chore was finally which these men returning from the
the same manner has Rennlce T C. Sept. .,,,. . . 125.00 the next five years almost entirelyan upon you. But the use for this new
finished it
was possible for W. E. far corners of the world can offer
Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co. organization of veterans of this tax revenue which will appeal to
Padgett and Frank Barber who
Carson, President of the Market, to their communities, Is to be ready
Tel. Clerk's Office Sept.. 7.10 war and their families. most of the town's citizens most
though I was not able to see either proudly Inform all\ and sundry that and willing to give just this sort of
were reported here for a 'while. Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co. The Legion met on Tuesday evening urgently, Is Tor recreational facilities -
only once before had more cattle talk concerning their experiences to
:Molcolm Simmons fora Tel. C. Judge Sept. . 420 of this week, and It was de- -to fix up the tennis courts, to
Saipan
was on
been sold at the Okeechobee County the people who have stayed at home':
I Photostat Corp., photostat cided to change the meeting nightsto build shuffleboard courts, horse-
time but I can't say now where Seat. Highlight of the afternoon Air travel has made every nation

ne is.Jug. supplies . . . . 1568 the second and fourth Thursdays shoe pitching frames, a pavilion
was the sale of a fine red bull for our neighbor, and we need to know
of Okeechobee, Water of each month, since most of the where various ,
Fulford and I have been to- $16 per hundred. The animal weigh City one may play games 'them all and understand their prob

gether a few times lately and have ed out at 1075 pounds. C. H. and Jail Sept. . 12.00 ball games, recitals, and other civic some playground equipment for the lems.

been able to squabble a bit over Western Union Tel. Co. and school activities take place on small children, and, eventually, a

who'd be the next Mayor or who the Immediately preceding the auc- telegrams August . . ,7S Friday nights during the winter municipal swimming pool. Okeechobee Three members of the Pahokee

biggest cattleman in Okeechobee tion was a lavish catfish dinner The H. & W. B. Drew Co. I season. is waking up to the fact that Rotary club were visitors; the

was I'm sure you believe that's with all\ the trlmmin's at the Com supplies clerk and sheriff 4fl6" I Therefore the next meeting of for our children, our adult citizens, club's president, Otto Bleech, Olaf

what we talked about. munity Center where Chamber of The H. & W. B. Drew Co. the Legion and Auxiliary will\ take I our possible tourists, a place to Boe, and the Rev. C. A. Moberg,

Well, this past Sunday, I was reImbursing Commerce and Livestock Association supplies clerk and sheriff 12.36( place at the Legion hall on Thurs play Is of the utmost Importance. pastor of the Baptist church. Two

myself for some lost big-wigs played host to abouta Fla. Power & Light Co., day night, October 11th, with sup- honorable judges were also present

sleep and dreaming of all the beau- hundred guests. Presiding was September service . . 12.8" per at seven o'clock. All returned If this ordinance Is passed, II : A. 0. Kanner, of Stuart, and

tiful fish I expect to catch at Bon Chamber President R. B. Meserve, Monroe Calculating Machine servicemen are urged to be presentand soon as the amount of the revenue Thad Carleton, prosecuting attor

ne r's soon when Murray very suddenly who launched his program with a Co., calculator repairs 21.1! to bring with them members of which it will\ raise Is determined, I It :' ney. C, W. Raeburn, of the Florida

attempted to make a rocking welcome address from Mayor H. H. The H. & W. B. Drew Co., their families eligible for member will be budgeted, so much for Power and Light Company, was

chair of my bunk and announcedthat Raulerson and wound it up with a supplies sheriff . . 24.42! ship In the Auxiliary.A streets and parks, so much for the guest of Chief Parkerson. An

'brief talk by Mr. of Okeechobee water recent ruling allows In recreational facilities, and so on- unusual visitor
John D. Draughon was here so Carson. State City men since women art

we started looking. (Continued on page 4)) court house and jail Sept. 10.25! service not yet discharged to join it WILL NOT go into a common rare guests Rotary meetings,
I fund, to be dipped into at will. The
We started looking at about N. 0. Stewart, attending the Legion-men In any branch of was the county school supervisor

eleven o'clock and after searching WE ARE LATE County Comm. Sept. . 6 00 the armed services, army or navy. money Is to be raised for specific! of this and adjoining counties, Mrs,
and will\ be devoted to
every hut for miles around found Withholding Tax Fund, taxes When they are finally discharged, purpose Yawn.

him about 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon The News Is late today due to withheld for Sept. . 1450 their service records will\ be enter- those purposes alone. Three members wree absent. The

trouble with the electrical part of Citizens Bank of Stuart, ed on the books, but In the mean- To the average family in Okee three absentees last week all madeup

Some peoples ears must have our linotype machine. Our old insurance premium . 370.55 time, by simply applying for mem- chobee, the tax would be small-a their meetings elsewhere, continuing .

burned about mldnite Saturday till standyby In troubles of this kind, Roy R. Rauleraon, part berahip and paying their dues, they dollar or two a month at the most. 100 per cent attendance record

five o'clock Sunday for we Ulmer Ezell, worked faithfully clerk's expensesDel.lands may become absentee members, and Yet they will be the ones who will for another week.A .

ed everyone Imaginable discuss-I I from 8:30: until this morning until reverted to county EOO.OO their women-folk at home become kick the hardest. The big users of letter from Rabbi Carl Her.

passed through Okeechobee 3:30 this afternoon before he could Fine and Forfeiture FundN. eligible for immediate membershipin utilities have already approved the man stated that although It had

We traded news that would probably get the current to working.We 0. Stewart, cost bill\ the Auxiliary tax, because, being successful business been Impossible for him to attend

be so stale to you folks that !I regret that we are late but Sept. . . . . . 206.28 men, they are also men of this week's meeting, be would

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Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE tONNIE BROWNING. ) IN TUB COURT OF THE! COUNTY Churches of Christ God; !!
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< 9ltcCdOhl'C Plaintiff | .11'HUH IV AND FOil OKEECIIO- I II
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n. HEW COUNTY, FLORIDA that
Scientist"Unreality"
OF IJJTFNTIOJI TO MUtTIU inONA ) '
IN lIE: ESTATE OF ( :
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abed Friday by tb, Defendant ) i HENRY T BASS JR.
Ok..ehebee NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEthat, I NOTICE TO APl'EtRTi1R lIEC. A8ED. It the subject of the The
Okeechobee Newt Co. at
pursuant to Section 13 (I), Chapter
Okeechobee County, Florida 211138. howl of Florida Art of 11)41. TO : RTMK MMtTIH OK inONA FLORID BROWNING NOTICE OF PRORATE Lesson-Sermon which will be readIn tho
and Section IT. Chapter 1I71T. Laws TO AIL PERSON'S INTERESTED
of Florida. Acts of 1931. M amended ADDRn I'.NKNOWN IN THE ESTATE OF SAIDDKCEDENT Churches of Christ, Scientist,
BRYANT BOWDEN ... ....... Editor: hSection 11 Chnpter 201I.aw.\ of YIIII iirr here-h)' required to appear : :
nt nn office. In Okprrhubra Klnrldilou throughout the world on Sunday, ence
of mIA also inr-
Florida Act 11)11
Nnrember Bth A. D I'M41.\ to Bill\ You are hereby notified that a
Pntered in ,..vmrt elmt matter July mint to gittlnn 42 Chapter 20722.Lnws of Cimiplnlnt\ for divorce filed airntnst written Instrument purported to he October 7. :
of 1M1\ a*
nf Florida. Arts
the limt will and testament of tnlddecedent ,
1, 101* at the Pout Office In Okewtmbee yon bv Loiinle Binnnlnit, In ('1'1111Cuut. "Thou art
niiii'mled bv Section 11) Chapter 22079 The Golden Text is: "Of a
',, hns been admitted ti> probate
of Mar. 8, 1879. ( IFlorldn.
F'la., under Act and Okeyc'liobce "II ; ,
of nf
Lnn Florida Arts 11)13
s In sold ccnut You: are hereby coinmnnded -
Hectlon 41. Chapter 20722 lawn nf hi default herefure Decree Pro ConfoNKo my portion, 0 Lord Through thy ;
within Hlx rnlendnr monthsrota
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Florida. Act i>f 1\1011.\ us amended bvButlon nlll he entered agnlnst vou theOkeeclinheo the dItto of the first piihllvntloii I understanding: there hence
. .'!.OO of News U fleMltrnflted' as the precepts get
One Year In advance 21 Chanter 2207H laws of thin nntlie to appear lu suld court
. 1.00 Florida' Arts nf l!>n. the fnhoa Ingdw'rlhpd ii.nnpiipi Inhlili thin Order shnll fore I hate every false way" .
Six Months In advance< I lie ,puhllKhtMl once n'p'k for fiveI and show nmso If niiv %on cnn why I
..78Rpndlnr Innitt In Okeeehonee County, the netlou of tnld court In admitting
.
Three Months I In advance I '" 'M'lit'! \M IsM Psalm 119:57: 104)). mind
.:::: I Fl"rldn. to wit : 11'Onc.A m,' bond flnd "rth'lol o.nl) .nI<1 will tn probate, should nut ttiuidunrevoked
; noMwa In local colnmna. 1* Inscription- lit Okw,6uba, ,' .. rlorliln' this 27th tiny Among the citations which comprise either

cents (i line Ttates for rtlspla artverrising Lul l 1. 111k. 24. ('IIot; Okeechobee.I nt 8oitini A n 1015 T W ('ONELS' JR., I the Lesion-Sermon it the following \. ,
furnished on application. Class I.nl I 2. nik 24 City of Okeechobee.I (Circuit Court Seal County Judge
ROY R. RArLFRION!' from the Bible: "Now we and .
IpPerdtnnrtlon IAll ItPmetrrrar.1lns enterprises lit 4 Blk IBS City of Okeeohohee.I Clerk of the Circuit Court I'
eondnctfil tor profit IrecbArgpeble a nd fl Plk. 138 Cltv; of Okeeeh I Okeechohee County, Florida have received, not the spirit of the this

at advertising rates I' "bec. Mm, S ,II.I'rtllr, chnlmnn.Alloiiu Subscribe to The News I 'I tion"
!I.<>!. 7 8 ami D, Itlk. 23 South "\ for rinlntlff I world, but the spirit which is of

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Advertising Loll 1 and 2. Blk. 22 South Okoe-
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Service Men Lot R, Hlk. 1, South Okeechobep. Of Okooihobep !News, pnbllnhed week-i
Lot 1. Blk. 8. South Okt't'<'hobe... li nt Oknehnhec. Fin. far October 1815:
Lot 10 BUr 3, Davis Addition S tate of 1"lnrlrh' I IKI.
(Continued from Tnge One) Lute 1 to 20 Inc, Blk. 2S. North- ) '
,, writ Addition Cniintv of OVeeebohee ) i Holiday
We'd appear ancient to speak of 1 Lot 0, Blk 3, Southern Pines Addl. Before nn, a notAry public In and for

It might be Interesting to It.I Tot K. Blk F, Wright k Boss S.D. the allOl'I'.Ar.,1 State nnil Vrvnnt"olllltntor..Alel.; Ilowdon who, nerson hay. I

to know a few of the facts about I Lot 10 Blk 7 Okoechobee Heights Ing been duly sworn according to Inw k
lotS.. Blk. 157 Cltv; of Okeeehoboe. depnaeH mid .A\'. that he Is the editorof
Guam. The Island Itself Is coral ..a'are Lots 5 and 0, Blk. 30, City of Okeeehohee the Oliceohnbpe Newt and hat thefol

lowing U. to the best of bis I
most In the :Mariannes knowledgeand
group.
I
Tot 0 Blk 1S3. City of Okeerhobee
belief, a true statement of the ownership
The Navy has built a great systemof tot 1 and 2. Blk 16. South Okeechohee mnnagcmont ate., of the afore FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1945,

Auld publication for the Arvin shown In
here and have hard
roads tar- will he offered for snle nt public out. the above caption required by the Act

faced the greater part of them err fir the highest and bout cnsh hid. nf August 2}, 1012, as amended by; the
subject to the rlEht of the Board of Act of J\InlU) :S, lim:: embodied In ..PrI COLUMBUS DAY AND
though the native material Is !good Commissioners of Everglades raln- I tlon n.177, Postal laws and HejrulnMnn".

for temporary use. This material SEP District and/or Board of County printed on the reverse of this form, to
Commissioners of Okeechobee Conner, wIt BEING A LEGAL HOLIDAY IN THE STATE
melts highways quite similar to Florida to reject any and all Mils. I 1. Thnt the names and addrenset of
at the Courthouse, beginning at 10'on the publisher editor, managing editor,
the dirt roads of northern Florida o'clock A. M. nn the 1.1th day of and hnftlncss mnnsgerft are*

and Alabama. October, 1045 Easement for drainage Publisher. Okeechohee Newt, Co, THE OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK WILL
and reclamation and road purposeswill Okeechohee. Fla.
Before the war the native for be reserved Editor, Bryant Bowden, Okeechobee,
BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS: F
in.
the greater part lived In fain or OF E\'F.HOT.ADES DRAIN. 2 That the owner Is OkeechobeeNewt FOR BUSINESS ON THAT DATE.

grass shacks very similar to thoseOf AGE DISTRICT ("n.. Okoerhnhe. Fin; J. L. Barhr
endBOARD Okeechobee, Fin : Roht aMartln. Okeechohee
Samoa but since the greater part OF COUNTY COM- FIB
: Bryant Bowden Okeecho-
of these were wrecked or thot to BEE MiSSIONERS COUNTY: OF FIORIDA OKEECnO- h... Fin : C. F. Rnnlerson Ft. Pierce, ALL ORDERS FOR CURRENCY, PAYROLLS,
Fin.: Mtihle Llngenfelter, Tallahastee,
pieces when the Island changed By ROY U. KAULEKSON. .

hands we have built hornet for Clerk of the County Circuit. Court Florida ofOkeechobee FlaS.. Thnt.. and the Mhe known nectirltv bondholders holders. mortBngee ownIng -- FERS OF MONEY SHOULD BE MADE ON OR

them of wood and palm fans. Some as agent for sold Boards or holding 1 per cent or more of

'otnl amnnnt nf bonds. mortgages, or
Of them had very- nice hornet for By DORIS GARDNER Deputy Clerk their secnrltlot are : Okeecbohee DATE. PLEASE BEAR THIS IN

they are well educated but a great ("ollnlJ1onk.; .
BRYANT BOWDEN.
many lived exactly as the Indium :NOTICE Sworn to end subscribed before me
this 4th Inv nf October 1045.
do. I'll take the Indians. OUeechobe County Florida 7.. K. WILLIAM.

The prevailing religion It Catholic September 13th, INS Notary Public In and for State of
NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN that Florid at Large.
for they ruled ]fSesl!' )
were by the
pursuant to Section 9 of
Chapter My: commission expires 0.... 10 1949! Okeechobee
Spanish for almost three centuries. 1 2JII.! lawt of Florida data of 1037. County

There are about three cathedrals known as the MURPHY ACT and In NOTICE OF \1'1'1.1(' \TIO'i FORT

left pursuance of Chapter 20(198:\ Laws of \\ DFFP OFFICERSC.
standing and one of those Florida. Acts of 1041. known as the Notice 'la hirr hv plven that C. F.

look like a colander. EVERGLADES: : DRAINAGE PH.TH1CT Rsnlorion. the, holder of the followingccrtlflcntes H. :McNULTY, President R. B. :MESERVE, Vlce-Pret. :

You must be tired of this 10 ACT the following described for a tux Bred has to filed he sold tumied certtflcntei thereon N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pres. and Cashier
lord sltnnted In Everglades Drainage
keep a few fish to we can have a Hstrlct In Okeechnhee County. Florida llmtiinncp Tho certificate. the, numbers sod years of
description of the
propprey. DIRECTORS
will he offered for
sale at public
fish fry and tell and the nnmes In which It0"
the folks we are oiitcrv for the highest and best rash ...,....,1 are as followsVrtlfUntm : N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTYR.
bid. subject to the right of the I
thinking of them.
,. tees of the Internal Improvement of( Inmmnci 1041Certlflentea Not.. 44 nod (in, Year W ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. B. MESERVE E. : :
So far now, and of the Board nf (' ," .. T.II.'I
I. K\erglmles: Drainage District to Nos, :34 and flfl Year of J. 0. PEARCE
E. J. Wilson, Jr. nnand all bids\ at the iMunnce l')44l'ertlfliit I

P. S. Hope you can read this I I liMtrlnnlng IMh nt 10'00 clock A. M nn the (' No 2(1( Yenr of iHSiinnce104'i -------------,_.._-- --,-,.. _--,- -
of .
day October 1045 As to all
tried to read it lands outside the limits of Description of property:: --- - --- ...
and corporate ---
over got aalheadttchje ---
Lot 1'!I. Hlk 12:%. Okmhohce I'luzn.
tryingito figure It out, any title :11 one\'l'0r':1\\ \ ot petMllnm this date anthrue ., I Lot 11. Suction 17., Township 35,
'Alt's .fourths of other minerals will Range 34 Con. 20 m retName. .
your puzzle now. l I" referred bv Trustees of the Inter In whhh ansesied Mrs. S.
I Chnmpngiip And W T. Dewltt, oJ"T
net Improvement Fund : If lends are I
Th. following letter was received within "nld corporate limits at of All of mild property being In the,
this dote the reservation applies, butprhlleff Countof Okeeihobw. :Mate; at I
by Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lightsey to explore mine and devil I TlorldnTnleHK. :
will be conducted end such certificate or cnrtlflentes -
ope on under
from their ion, Stewart, who I II lands only with the consent of, I chill I.,' redeemed according to I
with the Army in the Pacific: the surface owner. Easements for Inw the prnpertv deicrlbed In tin'hcertlflinti
I or lertlflciitet( will be sold
r ml right of way 200 fret wide will
27 August, 1D43 !I>I. riieived hr unlit Trustees from I tn the, highest bidder nt the courthouse
any in reel through which there Is an door on the first Mnndm In I
Dearest Folks existing' state road : and easement for i the: month of November" 104wblob: |
Here I go again. First stop Tokyo, I tlrllinAIlP and rerlnmntlon and for I j 1. the nth' ilnv of November 1041Pntid :
road purposes will he reserved by the this 27th dnv of September FOR
and the Peace Conference We left I''Hoard of Ciimmlanlonerii of EergiudeiDrnlnnge 111\:
District (!REAL) nor 11. IUI"LEHI'IO-'
Manila yesterday evening. Peiicrlptlon I irk of Circuit Court (ifOkcw

I've bean packed and ready to lot 8, Blk 14, Riverside Park Addition 'hohee County Fin

move for the past two weeks. There Bog. 100 ft N of SE 'or of !'SW 4of TnlHhimKee. Florida

are four in unit. NE'% of SE'. run W 2087 ft. October let 1041:
men We
drew
my
X
thence 224 ft. thence XEI.nlonll NOTICE
new cameras and darkroom equipment rnsd 8 11\1I.11\ ft. 8 2 0.2 ft., E Ol-T: .. NOTICE In herein given that the
S TO ft.. In "ec. 14 Twp. 87 Kge 35. Truatwa of the Intornnl Iniprnrcment
and packed It on a truck lots ID and 20 Blk. 7, Southwest F"ii'l of the Stnte of .'10.1"0111

We were going up by boat. Just before Addition offer for mile. for objections nnlv In j'
I BOtRD OP COMMISSIONERS TnllnhiiKKep. rlorliln' nt It :110 ,,'.I the boat was ready to leave j OF E'F.III1I.ATlJoODIAIX.: .4.. M N'nvemhnr flth lOt:! the following SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES I
AGE DISTRICT I lencrlhcd' binds In OKEECHOBEB I
we were told to fly up-so we had TRUSTEES OF THE INTER or\TY

to draw new equipment again. SAL l IMPROVEMENT FUND Beginning at the N.E:. Corner of j
OK TUB STATE OF FLOR Tract No 24 nf the F.A"'" Bay
We waited for about four dayi IDA. Money nn recorded In Pint Book j

and we got orders to go by boat By noR.. RACIERSON. Agent 1. Page 31. Records of Okeeeho "
for Trustees of the Internal Im.provement bee ("OImlFI'hln : anti run
again. Its really a nice boat Fund and for Board thence S, K4 '!PIP''P.11' E n in
nf Commissioners of Everglades feet thence !1' :.T degreet 41' "W (C i Pasture
though. We have a bunch of officer Drainage District Okeecbobee 10714 tl. thence '\. M ilejreesVT

on board that are going to the County Florida. '1\'. 3813 ft.. thence N 27 lieirrec
W
E (IV14 ft to Point of
conference. There are about 21 Generals NOTICE Hoirlnnlnff I ..0nl"It.no: acres.

I don't know how many Colonels NOTICE la hereby given that the In nnth Sections flnnee S and.ll: F.n.I.17 Township 38
City Council of the City; of Okeechohoe -
Majors, Captains and Lieu : Florida, will) meet In the Coon THIS NOTICE I .. with Sections 2V: ).12 and
Chamber, at the ('it, Hall at 8:00P
tenants. One of the majors I think M October 1, 1045\ for the purposenf 21111 Flnrldn Ofntnten' 1041

he it on one of the general'a .tatil Tax reviewing: Assessment and Roll equalizing for\ the I the year City of: TUP "IWIII'IFR rout.TIIE : in to pnv; thesdvertteing LOCATED IN MARTIN COUNTY

asked me to make pictures of them 1041, at prepared by the City TaxASHessor. IMPROVEMENT'I'1I''I'FF.q OP INTERNAL: ,
FI'ND reserve the
coming aboard. He admitted that I It I ANY and ALL PERSONS having r1,<'M to releet any and all hllds
BY ORDER: nf the Trustees nf thi"Tnfernnl
objections to the valuations placedon
any
war just a show job. I didn't
care ; their pr"p..tby; the City Tax 'mni-ovement Fund nf the
though. He got a stateroom for u'.1 Assessor ns shown by the Assessment Stnte nf FlnrldnMUlnrd .
Roll are hereby 'notified to file I.- Cnldwell. finvernor WITH
The GOOD
first one I've had on any thfp their objections with the City Clerk 'tTFqT'" f '
I F.IInlt.If.! -.
e<
since I've been In the Army. It' or to appear In person before the
C (Cltv) ('ollnrlat\ laid meeting on the TOU"'A I. 1. Fund
pretty nice-mattressei and eprin aforesaid date.
bedt. HfOH CHANDLER NOTICE -
President Cltv Conned XO'l'I"I" 1R HERFHY flIVEV that 'AND
He also gave us permission to Okeechobee Florida the ('Itroun'lI; of he Ofy of Okeerhohee ACCESSIBLE 'TO GOOD
ATTEST Florida! shall offer for pay{:,
use the ship's dark room. There Lorena Pars men) nil STREET PAVING and ,
Isn't City ClerkOkeechobee. lfF.W"'RM! HENS *n heels of 2n<* '
anything we want to use I It Florida of nrlnclnnl amnnnt nf snld lien until

for but tonight I'll go down and : liens and Including outstanding December.Tnnnarv 81. 1 1945.\ 104(1( An'to' WILL SELL ;IN TRACTS'I OF 250 :A : i

print those
NOTICE
negative I made yetUrday he satisfied as the Council ship de.t..rmln@ .
of the I A. provided by Chapter 8145 Act I ,.* I. at IIIIJ"lJj:
AUfefc nt 1M1: notice Is
b.r"bliveD; thst HIGH CHANDLER. I .
If I the Game and Fresh Water Fish ,
can only make a deal with President City ( PRICES
REASONABLE
Commission of the Star of Florida Okeeckobee,
the laundry now to get my clothe under the power and authority granted ATTEST!' :
cleaned laid Commission by Section M 'orers Pearce
while I'm on board. Article IV, of the Constitution of the City Clerk

What meals we have herecouldn't I State of Florida sa amended and Okwrnhe. Florida Olln"J" ti EriArTERMS ;
ratified by the'ot.... of Florida October S: Nov. 2; Dec. T.28IS 'ro'I RESPONSIBLE :
begin to describe them, but I on November.,. 1. 1W2. tn official )
we hire Ice cream meeting held In Orlando THE'] COURT OF THE
every meal but Florida Monday. September' 1T. 1941! .it-POB'] IN AND FOR OKEBCHO-!:
breakfast. b.. approved end adopted role andreflation PER COT'NTY. FLORIDA.
governing the tsklnc of IN RF- ESTATE!' : OFHENRT .
2 Sept 1945 fresh water tied from Lake Okeecho.be T. BASS, JR. .... <
I hope I get to mail this within ** has prohibited the nee of any DBCBA!I ED. |0
devlc for taking fresh water flsn NOTICE TO CREDITOR "
the next day or two. except hook and line, rod and reel Yon and each nf yon are hereby
boh spinner. troll or trotllne. and .
I'll bet notified and required to present t.. .
you can't guess where 11:91414. provided on and after October 1, rlslma and demands which :von, any off.. .
I'm at. I'll tell either of "011. map have against' theetele
you about It In the .
Certified copy of this rnle and I I
nf Henrv T. BASS. Jr. deceased '
next letter. regulation hm ben filed with theHecretary 'Inte of said county, to the county, 7 rt
of of the State of
Staff
judge nf Okeerhohee
County Florida Leland
Love to all F'nrlds
'Jnd
and with the County et within eight calendar months from r..I ,
of Martin Palm Beech Hendry, -
Stewart. the date of the first publication of
....... Glades and Okeechohe eonntlee. andcopies this notice. Each claim or demand .
.. .. may be obtained from fbCommf.ainn e
!If.. -- must he In writing and most mete the*
at Itn office In the City
place of
of residence end post offlc. address -"
Tallahassee Florida
nf the claimant and
mustsworn he
Signed I. N. KENNFDT.
Malaria.CHECKED Director name and Freeh to by the claimant his agent, OKEECHOBEE
hit
Water Fish Commission or attorney or the tame will bet
come void according to law. r
IN 7 DAYS WITH IN THe CIRH'IT COURT OF TOT This 2q'h dev of September 1045\ -
NINTH HENRY THOM\S BAS. SR,
LIQUID JUDICIAL CIRCTIT IN
' for AND FOR OKEErVHOBM Ruecntor nf the Estate, will anoy

666 MALARIALSYMPTOMS I COUNTY FI.ORIDAIN BTATB OF Testament Deceased.Advertise. of Henry T, Rug, Jr.L


r.ake only ai directed CHANCERY



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I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 194 THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS .

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,",''='".'=-='',.',.-.-....','-.a"',' ,'.'='II,'.,.......,......",'.oo=="S a,,"................'..=--'".''.'-''''.'..'..".'.".'..'. the future of your city Knight's Service Station, I ,4 5I
V1I By all means, exercise that free gas and oil Dist. No.4 :. 6.63

!nnSOCIAL l dom. T. E. Simmons, labor Dist.
[ NEWS No. 4 21.75

;,; IIII County CommissionersContinued T. J. Simmons, labor Dist., Royal Victory

E:.: :.:ii5! :':s:.:S3:.:r=a:.:-s:.:ss:': :.:!!!!!!!5:': :.: :.::-j' No.4.. 60'0(
rPue; Pay Roll Dist No. 8, labor 42.001
Manager L. V. Conrath, of the Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Green ar ( One) I
\ Belcher 011 Co., rental of
Okeechobco Chamber of Commerce, rived in Okeechobee last week and Mary Schulman, conv. fees
98.00
ti In attendance at the Conferenceof I will make this their future home, Sept. . . . . ,,276.00 Angledozer Skating Rink
Withholding Tax Fund, taxes
Managere of Chamber of Com j i Mr. Green will be connected with i Roy R. Raulerson, cost bills for 270

metce In Florida, at Ocala Thurs- I'' the Denmark Furniture Company I Sept . .'. ... .. ,. 123.86 Pay Roll Dist. No. 5, labor 81.75 ,
day. Friday and Saturday. He Is They formerly lived at St. Augus I W. Conely, Jr., docket Pay Roll Dist. No. 1, labor 158.75 : 125 South 5th St. Fort Pierce, Florida

also pending a day In Jacksonville\ I tine. IT.fees Sept .. .. .. ... 4200i Agricultural FundC
business for Okeechobee. I ._ .
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t Pay Roll-witnesses, witness : R. Boylcs, sal Co. Agent ....
Mrs. Ralph Hudson of Detroit,I I foes . . .. .. . .. 4.20 Sept 12&.01)
The Okeechobee News Is In receipt Mich., spent the past weekend here) Comm. of Game and FreshWater J. 8. Underbill!, recordingfees I Open Every Evening from 7 to 10
visiting her brother-in-law and sis .
of a notice from the Naval Air Conscrvatlon'i I 30.00

Station at Peniacola In which they Iter, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Walker' Jr.,I Officers Cost .. .... ,." 7.60 j Withholding Tax Fund taxes I ExrrpT MONDAY \ CLOSED

state that Seaman First Class Hen' and family Road and Bridge Fund withhold" for Sept. ... . 10 AIT T> J VI
ry M. Hancock of Okeechobee was 1 I Boree Lumber Co., lumber C, R. Boyles, trans. 4.11 Club
discharged from that Naval Stationon Mrs. A, L. Hazellef and little son, Districts 1, 4, B . .. 809.40Boee I boys to camp 10.27
September 20 after 31 months A. L., Jr., arrvied In Okeechobco I I I :
Lumber Co., lumber, I There being no further business, Saturday and Sunday Open From
service In the Atlantic and Pacific,I this week and will make this their District 3 and 4 . .. 108.05 the Board adjourned.
According to the notice sent out he hone while ho Is stationed with the Thos. II. Nix Servo
Station, Roy R Raulerson, flock
wears nine battle stars but rates Navy at Sanford where he was re- gas Districts a and 4 . 16.01 C. E. Diawdy, nllll'man 2:00: P. M. to 5:00: P. M.
more which will be awarded later. ently transferred.A tanHard Oil Co., Fuel I --

Di ,ll.et0.: 4 . . 5.67 I . . . . I
Representaltve and Mrs. W. J. letter received this week from11I181 S. U. RiusmJer! gas Sun J 1 WlltN IX .NtED OFHOUSE WEDNESDAY SPECIALLADIESHALF

Hcndry returned to their home Sadie Sanders who is employ oil District No, 4 ,. 8.19 WIRINGAMI -1
here Sunday afternoon from New ed at the American Embassy I In Boree Lumber Co., lumber :

York where they spent last week Paris, France, says she has recently) District No. 3 .. ... ....... 158.59 Electrical Repair Work PRICEAdvertise
I attending the meeting of the At. seen Mack Underhill and Cody Pay Roll Dist. No. 3, labor .. 33.75

lantic States Marina Fisheries Commission Fowler, both Okeechobee boys now I T. 11. Nix, gas Dist. 3.& ... 14.69 ,, CallHUDSON

In the army In Europe. She sayshe Pay Roll Dist. 3-4, labor .. 239.40 BURR .......... ;... .."-'-'L.--," ,-H ':"i: .=: -::? '.I:....... ,,; ,"': ..' ':. ,',
likes her work there fine
over Roll
Dist.
Pay No.2, labor 127.09
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J. T. Hancock who Is employed at Pay Roll Dist. No. 4, labor 22925 Phone 202 -

Everglades City spent Sunday In HAROLD WORCESTER AND S. C. Paige, gas and oil ALL, WORK UUAKA.NTEED in The Okeechobee News
Okeechobe. with his family. MRS. BILL WALTERS WERE District No.4.. .. .., 10.70 ..
MARRIED LAST FRIDAY O+)+H ,+X..x.----.x.--: : )
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Harold Worcester and Mrs. Bill ..,
Walters were married by County .

GILBERTTHEATRE Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., in his office .,. ,
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at the court house last Friday '.' ;' '

afternoon. Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Bonner .1 ," "' I Yi'
,K s_x!==x=x 55 x: =: were the attendants. .".
Mr. Worcester came to Okeecho -
Sunday and Monday bee about six months ago from .<' "a
Miami and has been % s <
LORETTA YOUNG employed at 1,'.5 t ,,I II; ..
the Bonner Fish Camp on Kisslm- :
ALLEN LADD :.}. :
la nee River since that time. Mrs. .,. ,
Worcester has lived in Okeechobeemany
"And Now
years.
/cl t' \ c4xi
Tomorrow" They will continue to nuke Okee
chobee their home.Subscribe sd >
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Friday and Saturday THE GAD-FLY
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I" >,' .di, Doable Feature Program -. aa I I't'
(Continued from Page One)
vision and understanding, ., ..
"Brewsters Millions" For the tax, or against if peak .

witkDENNIS now, or hereafter forever hold your ., I
O'KEEFE peace. Go to the meeting Monday ,
night October 8th, and unless you :.L;
Also all try to speak at once, you will be I
given an attentive hearing. Your
GENE AUTRYin elected councilmen need money, but I J'

they do not want to pass any ordi ... ,
"Ride Ranger Ride" nance to raise the money If the ma '".'

jority of tax payers are not in favor .... ..
,. CARTOONNEWS .. ...c: _.... ...(' .. I
EVENTS of the plan. They will answer '\ '
your questions, Irtten to year ap --
proval'or your objections, and try fA
:i
I to act In conformity with the

wishes of the majority ef the

I Coming town's citizens. The Gadfly will be .rte, h MMr
I 'HERE COMES THE WAVES there to take notes, and report accordingly -
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"PRACTICALLY 1OUIS"tBRING : in next week's News. "'s r rt4tmay.

ON THE GIRLS" This Is a free country and you -

"THE KEYS OF THE are a free man-free to speak your
KINGDOM. blind, free to pulse or criticize

your public servants, free to express .
your wishes, tree Is determineDENMARK'S 0cb
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REGISTER NOW! .1 (through turn to the normal tt-\' Give Faster, Better Servicebtciuiei 4

''cperttinf tpttd>> '. '
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For that New Radio, Washing Ma- :' ... f Many long-planned improvemtiitiaart being,made Tr. and one of the iA *

c: \ \ 'j.:"" ':first is a return to normal running I time for the big I red and silver ".J" !
chine Electric Heater Irons '; ,
'i" buses? New time schedules will destination .
'rwMIoTl' R, \ -uving get you to your
a'' C AYANAsu 's .arlier-to nearby towns or across the contInent You'll have \\,-
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I "\..:! .. more!

Refrigerators \ :. 'can make b u.::::1 \\ room and comfort, too, for this sttpped-up.service.will! mean-..._-more. .. .!tripe) ,

'\' ", I ...eat-M !-, ..iJ 1i. daily, more seats available.) l .
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CLOTHES HAMPERS-BABY CARRIAGES ;";;i 0 "''''r.z; .. ''.':. ," .''. .


NURSERY CH I. '-J I1LDREN'S; SWING 2\t ; \. t t,fAitid )Riafda bfotot h "'-. n''t tPUftar.I"I"rJ ii" ,
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AND ROCKERS BABY BEDS OAK lr ... .. ,,04 ",_ 4 '::;'\\. (liner blghwaa,travel accommodations -luxurious new buses modern I INIr11N j
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,termlaalsand".pe"se-paJd tours for grtittr pl.e..re .t.the same.lowj)]
ENAMELWARE
CHAIRS
LAWN
GLIDERS \ ,
i' ''I"" \ 'J. exwlJTheyTl.U pan of ycur.travel- plaaa pretty soon I fWATCHHX 1
SMALL'MiRRORS -
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t' I. fI sAJOVT.CNAMOIC! IN DIARTVRI.TlMBl"aa4JginyuJMPIlOTIMIIf: !J|I
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1941

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Too Late To ClassifyBy The hundreds of thousands who sale dropped off. An already over. OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL bee on April 5, 1945. When asked by Dave Coker, to contribute $10.00 to

warmed newspaper plants every burdened telephone service proved FOOTBALL TEAM WILL PLAY Seaboard's Publicity Director, Paul the fund being raised by the colored .

RUSSELL KAY day were still only a small fractionof totally Inadequate to meet the AT FORT PIERCE TONIGHT Scarborough, Jr., who cam down schools for recreational facilities.The .

Since the week of Oct. 1 to 8 !I. the 13,000,000 readers of the affected situation Folk missed their news from Norfolk to take In the proceedings letter asking for a donation,

National Newspaper Week, I'd like papers. To find out just how papers more than they had missed the Okeechobee High School what he thought of over written by one of the teacher of

to devote this column to the subject these folk felt, Fact Finder Associates anything else and found that nothing football boys will play the Fort all prospects Mr. Carson replied) the ichool, showed In It* beautiful

of newspapers and what they mean Inc. was commissioned to else could take Its place. So It Pierce High School boy tonight on "Even though this year has been English excellent\ composition and

. to the community. Interview a cross section of men seem proper and fitting that we ob the Fort Pierce ground A large hard on cattle-too* much drought, correct phrasing, the degree of

and women on the streets of New serve National Newspaper Week In i number of local fans are expectedto then too much rain-the growers progress being made by our colored
Inclined to
Most folks today are York. 1017 persons were Interviewed tribute to a service renderd. One of make the trip there to witness are not complaining. Better weather people who have taken advantage of

take their newspapers for granted. 490 men and 627 women. the best ways to evidence your ap the game. and brighter year are ahead of u* their present-day educational op.

They expect to find it awaiting predation of your local newspaper The local boy lost their game at and I fuel certain that Florida will\ I portunities.
arise In the morn- Sample expressions that came
them when they I II to stop In and personally thank Vero Beach last Friday night by become one of the greatest cattle
the door when they return from those Interviewed were as fol. T W. announced the
Ing or at Judge Conely
and 0. And
your editor publisher and whileyu the score of 19 to producing area anywhere.
from work in the evening If theyare lows "I feel lost"-"It cuts you off special meeting of the city council
Okeechobee will play Important
are there you might make It a a very
dwell en. In smeller from the world"-"I am all mixedup and all\
metropolitan next Monday night urged
point to pay your subscription If FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT part In that development. I
communities, the local weekly on my ration points because l' member of the club to be present.ELECTRICAL .
INTO:
you have neglected to do so. COMPANY: MOVED
paper fill a need in providing cannot get the paper"-"The whole
OFFICE UP TOWN THIS WEEK ROTARY I
folks with interesting Item about family misses the conies"-"I feel t

local happenings, births deaths, as if I were living In a continuous ..:-: :--:..:......:+:--:......:..:..:+:..:..:..;..;..:--:0'..)
The Florida Power & Light Company
business changes, marketi and per. blackout. Tommy and Sis, definitely be on hand to speak at
moved its local office from WORK
sonals. the luncheon next week, for which
Everywhere in New York and Its They Can't Miss the plant where It has been locatedto
It took the recent Newspaper I the Rev. W. R. Howell\ I II program
metropolitan area the office next to the postofflce
sprawling
strike In New York to really bring you Through his profits as a junior chairman.L. I
saw-and almost felt-the differ. street salesman of a Kansas I in the Southland Hotel building. I Pa P. EVANSHOUSE
news.pape4
home to us what newspapers meanto I V. Conrath has been voted a
Commuters fidgeted morning nine-year-old TommyJovalls They have rented the building
the average American. In an in* ence. li the proud of member of the club and will receive -
of possessor formerly occupied by Marguerite'sBeauty
terestlng booklet entitled "City In and night, gazed blankly out I a $100 and a $50 War Bond. But his lapel button and official

the Dark," the Bureau of Advertising train windows at scenes already : ha doesn't own them alone. lie Shop.Manager welcome next Tuesday WIRING
]: asked the man at the post office Parkerson stated that In
times.
passed thousand Shoppers *
of the American NewspaperPublisher' a | Tlie voted motion of
club on .... >
to make them out In his name ( : :----)0------
moving the office town It wouldbe
with no ads to guide them dashed up
Association tells the ;I with his two-year-old later,
dramatic story of public reaction as from store to store hoping to find France, a* co-owner. lie presented much more convenient for the -
them to her on their joint customers of the Company.OKEECHOBEE ,
disclosed by an unbiased survey what they wanted. Investors grumbled .idoooH-' ,
I birthday last month. rFrom
New York's newspaper blackout vainly at the lack of comprehensive -, Tommy hal been "in busln..." .

lasted from the morning of July 1 i market reports Newspaper- since last July. Every afternoon HAD- where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh, v
to noon July 17 and during that less movie fns kept telephone lines after school he pile his wares-
lip and down Kansas Avenue in
period 13,000,000 readers went with at hundreds of theatres jammed'I Topeka. Senators N. Ray Carroll and John

out newspapers. The only way a from morning to night. Youngstersby "It was his own Idea to save R. Beacham of Osceola and Palm
the countless millions whined to his money," according to his Americans have ) :
could be obtained ;
paper by
was applying father "As soon as be started, Beach counties respectively spoke '
for It at one of the newspaper helpless parent about the famine' he began bringing his money on the general theme, "What Helps *,-f- I"(../IfI '
offices Thousands of people In funnies. | home to his mother, and asked Okeechobee and the Cattle Industry f W a word for it I ".: J'
Radio did its best to fill the her to save It for him. He wantedto -
stood In line for hours to buy a gap. put It Into War Bonds liewanted Helps Florida." After tracing the

paper one publisher reported a Several publishers purchased radio I, to do something for his early struggles of the Florida State Bill Larkla's boy, who's back 9? and let down ;your hair .

queue two or three abreast 17 time to broadcast news both foreign America." Cattlemen's Association Senator from overseas for good,was tell. enjoy a glass of beer before the

blocks long. Some came as far as and local, supplementing the regular -I the Asked bonds what for,he Tommy Intended replied to use, Carroll expressed the belief that ing ui about the funny customs fire and" relax with folks you

200 miles, waited two hours or moreto news broadcasts of all networks "Some day I want to go to college Okeechobee should become the outstanding and the different languages of love!

get their favorite newspaper. I and local stations. Folks found that and I want Frances to go, cattle market In Florida, European countries. From where I sit, that may bean
too." One he noticed Is that In important difference between
People fortunate enough to secure while the radio gave splendid sere while Senator Beacham asserted i thing
a paper shared It with their neigh' ice, it just couldn't fill the bill itwouldn't I that the economic future of Florida I >o many of those countries there this country and some others.Is .
no word for"home""Ilouae, The conception of home aa a
bore or sold it. In some instances replace the newspaper. -
I lies primarily in continuous agricultural
of tolerance and sacred loy
or "building. But no place
papers sold for $1 a copy. Army and You just couldn't sit and listen to : BRING YOUR and Industrial development. ye name that stands for what we alties-where differences of hab

Navy hospitals sent trucks to get the radio and get the Information' "An outstanding example of this
mean when we say "0"' _. it and opinion give way before
papers for their wounded In'<1at... you wanted when you wanted It 1 I Printing Needs fact U the considerable progress at. "In spite of the fact," says love and understanding! Yes, we

Counter: sales at newspaper offices i Women testified to their need foradvertrsemel. talned in the cattle business during Bill, "that it's the most important Americans have a name for itl

Jumped from 246,114 on July 2 They were lost I I TOOkeechobee recent years," the Senator said. thing there is a place au (1" A
to 1,258,624 on July 16. For the entire I without them. Retail sales started News Guiding genius of the whole where you can take your shoes -,

strike period a total of 9,288,127 ; taking a slump with the beginningof operation here Is Carson. Coming OVV

papers were sold over the counter I the strike and continued to fall I I from Alachua County, he established ,
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at a place of publication. I through its duration Stock market I this livestock mart at Okeecho Copyright, J94S. trrNNd Stow Drown Foundatto
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