The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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31-Number 26 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 21, 1945 Price Five Cents -

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Transact BusinessIn BE-MARRIED JAN. 15 Enjoyed a MostSuccessful AT THIS TIME LAST YEAR I Health Will Be Here January 7 and

realized from
Mrs. W. D. Coker are Although the sum
Mr. and

Regular SessionThe proaching announcing marriage the engagement of their and ap'l Year the greater sale now of than Christmas at the same Seals time Is i 8 to Check Persons Over Fifteen

I last In Okeechobee county, I
ter, Marjorie Elizabeth, to Gratitude for a successful year's year
of West Palm Beach The 1(! hopeful plans less than half of the quota for this You have a date on the 7th or
Board of County Oommlstioners V. Leggett work accomplished and GADFLYBy
15'' I year has been raised. At the end of THE 8th of January. YOU have. Not
of Okeechobee County, FlorIda wedding will\ take place January for even greater achievements In

met In regular session on Mon in the First Baptist church. 1945 chaacterlzed the last meetingof the fourth week of the campaign MARJORIE B. WALLACE your neighbor, not the family ,
last year, (18425 was on hand; this down the street You, yourself
day, December .3, 1015 at 10 A. M. Since graduating from Okeechobee the Woman's Society of Christian -
year the figures are 21050. So You have a date, If you are fifteen
coursesIn '
and taking special Methodist church
C. of the
Pnpsent were: Commissioners High Service Well I'm still buzzing around.
far so good. But It will be necessary old older with the
or X-ray-
E Drawdy, chairman; B. C Swain, music at Stetson University on December llth. Circle meetings luck for those who hoped
for the seal to come Tough unit of the State Board of
F. M. Mobley 0. J. Chapman and W. Education at Southern ,Mlss Coker were held before the general; business money that the Gad-fly would be removed Health
1 I pouring In, In fact, If this county The unit wants at least 500
the local per.
: In
F Walker; Sheriff N. 0. Stewartand has been teaching session, and each circle com from the serene air of the community -
choir, 'I Is to make a showing comparable sons on each of the two days, to I
Clerk Mabel P. Raulerson. school, directing the Baptist pleted Its work before new groups and let It go back to sleep
to that already made by other coun- for the chest examinationthat's
The minutes of the meeting held and taking an active part In school, were drawn for the coming year. When I do, If I do, leave Okee- appear -

November (, 1945 were read and church and music activities. Since Chairmen for the deles were chosen ties no blftger and no richer than chobee, I shall point with pride to I 1000 people, or about one

approved she Is known and loved by everyone, as follows! Crozier circle, Mrs. W. our own. one accomplishment. You'll remem third of the county's population.
Is reeeviing sincere congratulations circle Human nature Is a funny thing. The whole object of this chest examination .
The Financial Statement showing Mr. Leggett A. Lawson; Belle Bennett ber how I jumped unmercifully on
balance of December 1, 194S was on the engagement, and Mrs. H. H. Raulerson; Martha circle People who are obviously making Joe Bongiovanni some monthsago Is to survey the ENTIRE
real good money send the seals; back, I poor population of a community, in or
presented .> follow! the town looks forward with a Mrs P. P. Evans. Tho new circles and I Invite you to notice how

General Fund . . .97,660.83 and friendly Interest in the wed. will meet in January for organ; or possibly send In one dollar bill. Joe has responded. His propertiesare der that every case of TB may be
People to whom the $2.00 must discovered at the start, and treated
fine & Forfeiture Fund 6,018.04 ization. i being Improved at a dizzying I
Road & Bridge Fund . 8,784.78 ding.Mr.. Leggett Is the son of Mr. and The genreal session opened wtih mean a real sacrifice, send In the ( pace-paint is being lavishly spread I promptly, for the protection of

Agricultural Fund . 798.82 Mrs. H J. Leggett of West Palm a devotional service led by Mrs. P. full amount, or as much of It as grounds are being cleared, remodel II I others in the community and the

Outstanding IndebtednessFund Beach; he graduated from Palm I P. Evans, who used as her topic, they can possibly spare Which ing and repairing go on apace. For recovery of the person found to be

. . . . 874.41 Beach High and has been associated "The Church's Gift to Us." Mrs.D. category. are you In ? the greatest Improvement in the affected .

Rare Track Fund . . 6,750.84 I with his father In the Leggett R. McNeil presided over the business The following persons have con shortest space of time, ladies and If you realize the Importance of

1940 Gen Refund Fund. 4989.08 Music Company, well known to hour, when reports of theyear's tributed to the seal fund this weeks gentlemen, I give you a good American this survey, you will be there. If
Okeechobee people. He has recent. J. A. Abney, J. Homer Bible, J. E. you don't realize It, take the In.
work were given wcrehighly Joe Bonglovanni. And shame
Total . . . . $20,783.23 ly returned from 28 months In the gratifying, showing many Cone, A, W. Davis, Gibb Gross, on you If you let him outdistanceyou formed word of the entire medical
Harry R. Lamb, Wilburn Lawson, H, profession and be there
The report for the month of No- Pacific with the Third Marine alms accomplished and much prog- in lifting the face of com anyhow
I DI-I C. Long, Robert Mack, I, J. Swin your Because such
a costs the
vision survey
rcmber of the County Welfaere rees made. Prayers of praise and munity.
dell!, Fred Wilson, H. T. Scott, E. state too much
their money to waste the
After wedding the
Board was presented and ordered young gratitude closed the meeting. Sori Bill has been busy on the
will, liu Welt I'.ilni Beach. R Wright, Susie Arrhenius, J. W. time of a unit on an unappreciative
filed In the office of the Clerk of ample in : Hostesses for the social hour were Boettger front porch, and what
!Norris, Chester Raulerson, C. H. county. It costs
-- - -- -- you nothing. The
the Circuit Court. Mrs A. II. Amorine and Mrs. P. P. with new screening and repairingand

Report of Marks and Brandt for Lieut. Connie W. Evans from Belle Bennett circle, ,I Park"I'.on, and John E. Starling. white paint with a clear green exai Ination Is absolutely free You

District No. 4 was received and or- who served sandwiches, cookies and trim, and judicious use of a saw on don't even have to show up witha

dered Mod In the office of the coffee. I surrounding trees, the Improvement reasonable facsimilie of anything.

Clerk of the Circuit Court. RaulersonMurleRaulerson I Others present were Mrs. C. H.P.irkerson : John H. Walkers is startling and most pleasing. Now Nor any box tops. Just be there,

An application for Beverage II- Mrs. R. E. Link Mn.I I daughter-in-law Jo and Rae Boettgersay for the few seconds it will taketo

cease, received from J. A Coodj of MarriedA I W. L. Burgess, Mrs. W A. Lawson and Miss Doris they are going to paint the rest X-ray your chest and take your

Ft. Drum, Florida, was upon motion I Mrs. F. W. Zander Mrs. C. F. J"n-I I I of the house. This, I have got to name and turn you loose If your

or L uommisiloner .Motley, duly seconded I kino, Mr. F. W. Hu.i.rihrics, Miss Gardner Married I II see. picture shows a possibility of TB

by Commissioner Chapman, caiulU iiirlit MM i mol1mark d I Martha! Humphries, Mrs! tora: Pet Whether you of package infection, you wl1be more care
approved and ordered mailed to the In lovely! simplicity united Miss ere. Mrs. Angle Bass, Mrs! H. H.Raukrson 'I stores or not, you'll have to admit fully examined, larger pictures tak.
Murlc: Raulcrson and Lt. Connie I John II. Walker ion of Mr. and en, and treatment recommended, in
Director of the State Beverage Commi'nnion. I I Mrs.! W. B. Jennings, that Gilbert's new building Is an
Warren Raull'r>on, nt the home of Mrs Nathan Zelmenovitz, Mrs Clifford Mrs J. H. Walker, Jr.. and Miss the near future. If you are found
i attractive one. I find it hard to get
County Deeds were approved for the groom's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Boyles, Mrs. Bryant Bowden, Doris E. Gardner daughter of Mrs. '' up an argument with this Gilbert free of Infection, you may cheer ai

the following! McCain, Friday evening, December14th Mrs. D. W. Cassel, Mrs. W. R. How- I Z. E Harmon, were married on Saturday Culbreath, anyhow, except on the loudly as you please.

S. A. Belcher J. T. Hancock. I'. at six o'clock. ell, and Mrs. Hall Mrs. Dreece and December 15th, at the Methodist matter of signboards, which he has If you have no means of transpor

F. 8 Lettie Sin.mons, Mary Schulman The living room was decoratedwith Mrs! Louie Carter of West Palm church in Brooksville, Florida. recently tended to nicely He keeps tation to get to the unit, let Mayor

& I. N. McMullen, Mary Sch ul. white and yellow gladiolias Beach. The young couple, both of whom his properties neat and always has. Raulerson know. Somebody will see
and greenery, and the wedding graduated from Okeechobee High that you are taken to the unit and
man, R. E. Ilamrlck et ux, B. C. Orchids, papa.Another .
party stood in front of a beautifularrangement and who have been "school-days returned home again.
Swain, Ollie Mate-belt, L. M. Brsland .
% -
of pine, with Eastern Stars ; ):'' ,' '- saw and particularly .We save the .b'I!
I J. B. & Helen Epperson"'J. E. feathery swee'thearU"/for years' w"ere attended pleating little''building Is the quick auwn.. to all the .; ....
white floor baskets of the gladiolas; by Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bar- other excuses, too. Te take"advan*
Browning, H. Boree.A lunch stand Alto
put by Watford
branched candelabra making aluminous Installed NewOfficers nett. The bride tags of this
Petition for restitution ofLands and wore a blue wool next to his filling station. Solidly opportunity is a publio
t and effective background. suit with matching acc uorl... duty as well as a personal obliga.
under provisions of House constructed, with really lively long
bride white wool suit, Tues. After short tlon. Remember the dates J
I The wore a a honeymoon, Mr. and nn.ro.
Bill No. 458 of 1945 was filed byS. low lines for a little place, painteda ------
white hat and veil, white accessories I Mrs. Walker will arrive in Okeecho 7th and 8th. From 9 until 12, and
C. Paige on the following described soft with
green a deeper
property: and her corsage was pink rosebuds The Okeechobee chapter of the !\ bee next Sunday to spend they; roof, this Is the sort of business green from 1 until 4, o'clock.

and tuberoses. She was attended held the Christmas with their fam
Order of the Eastern Star
Cot 7, Blk. 155, City of Okeecho- building which proves that utilitycan
bee. by her sister, Miss Shirley annual Installation of officers on ilies. Since his discharge about four lected. The one outstanding except.
be combined with charm, and
And upon motion by Commissioner Raulerson, who wore aqua blue Tuesday night at the Masonic Tem months' ago from the armed forces, that even the smallest place can bea Ion I Is the Church of the Brethren,
with black accessories and a corsage Mr Walker has been
employed which
Chapman duly seconded by Com ple. by real addition to the appearanceof I have praised heretofore and

missioner Walker, the above application of pink carnations Lt. Rau. The lodge room was decorated In the S. A, L. Ralroad, and the future Okeechobee. There is no excuse continue to commend for its attract

was approved under House lerson was In uniform, and L. M. keeping with the Christmas season, plans of the young people will for slap-bang sheds on our main ive grounds. Is there any reason

Bill No. 458 of 1945 by the fol. Raulerson served as his best man. with quantities of poinsettiai and depend upon the exigencies of his streets, no matter how unimportanttheir why religion cannot be as beautiful.

lowing vote The double ring ceremony was green sprays. Mrs Rosa Durrancewas work. purpose-our big buildings, I ly dressed as a Court House?

performed by the Rev. W. R. Howell the Installing officer, and Mrs, I Both have hosts of friends In Okeechobee seems to be breaking
Yeas Drawdy, Mobley, Chapman, the Court House, the City Hall, the
Swain and Walker pastor of the Methodist church. Enta Page, Marshal! hire Frances I Okeechobee who will join In wishIng business blocks, are good. So can out In a regular rash of weddings

held Collins Installed Worthy them a long and happy life together Not that
:Nays None. An Informal reception was was as I every little place of business be, and weddings, however, are

Not voting: None. after the ceremony, with a three Matron, \Morris Crum as Worthy Alto has proved it. At least-here rash-at least, we hope not. I get

Attest: Mbel P. Raulerson, tiered wedding cake and fruit punek Patron. Mrs Eva Mae Williams Is conies the stinger-on one side of I big thrill out of weddings. I do

Clerk Circuit Court.A served by :Mrs Ellis Meserve, who the new Associate Matron, and Z. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH his filling station! dearly love them. Nothing on earthIs

Petition for restitution of lands also had planned the beautiful setting K. Williams, Associate Patron Other Once more I feel the urge to mention as appealing, as sweet as a bride

under provisions of House Bill No,. for the wedding. The bride and officers Installed are Mrs. Rae Mayor Raulerson's home place We never grow too old, too blase,

458 of 1945 was filed by J. 0. groom left for an unannounced des Boettger, Conductress; \Mrs. Mary "Is the Universe, Including" Man, with pleasure and approval. If there to respond to romance I'm going

Pearce on the following described tinatlon In a shower of rice, and Markham, Associate Conductress; Evolved by Atomic Force? Is the Is a prettier bit of home-sweet-home to love Marjorie Coker's wedding to

property: they are now at home at the residence \hire Lola Zander, secretary;; Mrs subject of the Lesson-Sermon which in town, I have yet to see It. And Gordon Leggett, particularly, be.
will be read in Churches 'of
Beg 680 ft E of SW cor of SW'4 of the groom's grandmother,, Susie Arrehenius, treasurer; Vernon the main reason for again calling cause I've known them both so long

ee SW<3, run N 167 ft, E 50 ft, S Mrs Susie Arrehenlus, until Janu- Reeves, Marshal; Miss Nettle Pearl I Christ, Scientist, throughout the your attention to the place Is this -since they were kids, to be exact

167 ft, W 50 ft, Sec. 21, Twp. 87, ary 6th, when Lt. Raulerson has to Rigsbee, Chaplain; !Mrs. Bertha world on Sunday, December 23. -that all of the effective and beau. -and they're both 10 awfully nice
Swain, Warder; John Swain, Sentinel The Golden Text 1st "Sing unto And this sudden
Rge 35And report at Atlanta for reassignment tiful planting Is simple alllnthefamily
\ Donaldson the Lord, all the earth; chew forth ,
and Mrs Minnie of
romance Connie
upon motion by Commission or discharge grown, readily-obtained, native Warren and
his salvation. Declare
from day to day
er Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner Out of town guests included the organist. stuff, so that every one of you may Murle has been as exciting as a

Mobley, the above applies, bride's father, J. W. Raulerson, her The Star'Pointe are Shirley his glory among the heathen; have an effect equally lovely, by the story No need_ to buy a copy of
Swain, Adah Beatrice Swain Ruth his marvellous works among all nations" Real
lion we approved by the following sisters, Mrs. D. Cassidy, Mrs. Frank ; ; expenditure of work and care, not Romance. for a vicarious
Jane Crum Esther Martha I (1 Chron. 16:23: 24),
rote: Daniels and Mrs. C- W. Platt, all Mary ; money. I do wish that the churches We have our own home-made

Yeast Drawdy, Mobley, Swain, of West Palm Beach) two small Humphries, Martha, and Ruth Hum The lesson-sermon also Includes would appoint planting committeesand ones. Luck and happiness, you dear

Chapman and Walker nieces, Ramona Clark and Linda phries, Electa. the following passage from the get busy on basic planting. The youngsters. Thirty-five years from

None. During the social hour, refresh Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand Methodist now, may you be able to look backon
Nays: Duma; Mrs. Claire Coffee, and church has done some of
Vat None. ments were served, Including dell. : Health with Key to the Scriptures" this the long road have travelledhand .
voting: three close friends who took cadet important work the other you
Attest: Mabel P. Roulerson, nurse training with the bride, Miss clous fruit cake provided by Mrs by Mary Baker Eddy: "The churches have a bare and hungry In hand and call it good.
Lucille Hauk of Cincinnati, a for. hunian mortal mind, by an Inevitable I[, And don't let
Clerk Circuit Cuort. Karen Krlstoffersen, Miss Dorothy look-really, they do. No matter any cynic tell you

A petition for restitution of lands Brenner, and Mlsi Marjorie Wedel. mer member of the Okeechobee perversion, makes all things how neat and clean the grounds that love dies with the years Be

under provisions of House Bill No. Since all the world loves a romance chapter, who always remembers her start from the lowest Instead of around them, no matter how nicely lieve me, it grows If it dies, 1 It
from the highest mortal thought.The .
Interest has been lodge sisters at Christmas time. painted the wasn't love In the first place.
458 of 19-15'was filed by Jessie and particular buildings, If there is no
is the with all the
reverse case
The officers will take
Karle Mane on the following described shown in this wedding of distant new up softening ruching of greenery about
formations of the immortal divine
property cousins, born In the same town, but their duties at the first meeting of Mind" (p. 189t 18-20)). their foundations, they look neg- Subscribe to The News

(Continued on Page Two) (Continued on pare I) the new year.


Tennis Rackets and Balls Bibles Cedar Chests Scooters

XMAS Softball Bats Clothes Hampers Doll Beds Dolls Dogs Ducks GILBERT, ,

Pressure Cookers Lamps
Base Balls Jackspony tie r 0

Archery Sets Dishes Hot Plates 1 w. : "

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GIFTS Radio Batteries Gliders ,ti High Chairs Rockers COMPANYStrollers

Churns Baby Carriages Child's Table & Chair Sets .

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the laid Mabel P. Raulerion, Clerk. ,,:+:--:":":":+:":":00:0.:0': ")
T. J. Simmons, Labor Dist 4 96.10 of locating the route of

!(hcccljnhcc( MlISI Pay Roll Dlst. 5, Labor . 105.75 Bee Line Highway and that this (Seal of Board of County
Pay Roll But 2, Labor . 94.00 Board be furnished with necessary Commissioners) ELECTRICAL WORK

THEATRE Published Every Friday by UOkeechob Bore Lumber Co., Lumber. 250.70 Information, a* loon a* possible, to There being no further business,

** New Co., at Okeeeh- S. C. Paige, that the laid right of way be procured the Board adjourned to reconveneon
::iii5::I !ii::iiiii!! :':155::i 5!:
r I bee, Okeechobe County, J'ortdaI I Gas & Oil. Dlst. 4 . . 21.54M. at an ealry date Saturday, December 22, 1945 at P. P. EVANSHOUSE

Sunday and MondayDec. BRYANT BOWDEN ... .... .. Idltor: M. Martin, Passed and adopted In regurar 10:00: A. M.
23 24 I: Bridge Work Dlst. 4 10.00 session this December 3, 1945. C. E. Drawdy, Chairman
Entered a* second elfin matter JnlJ Knight' Service Station, Board of County Commissioners Mabel P. Raulerion, Clerk WIRING
1, 1014 at the Post Office In Okeacbe-< ,'
bee, Fla., under Act of Mar. 8. Ga & Oil Diets 2 & 4 6.30 Okeechobee County, FloridaBy

John Wayne Ann DvorakIn SUBSCRIPTION RATE 18'Tt'1 I' Withholding Tax Fund, C. E. Drawdy The heart of the giver makes the (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:......:..:..: :..:..:..:..: :-
One Year In advance . .. ...It 00 I I Taxes withheld Nov. . 6.00 Attest gift dear and precious.-Luther.
Six Month In advance ... ..... 1.W I I AGRICULTURAL FUNDi --._-- ------ -----
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"THE FLAME OF BARBERY Three Month In advance- ..... :.78ReaAIng i R. Boyle, __._.._.____._,_,u._ ___ ..... --.- _._._._ '.
COAST" ; notice In local a'-:;; ; 181 I I Sal. Co. Agent, Nov.$124.90

cent a line. Rates for dlipls
\ fnrnlshM' on application. Ca) J. S. Underhill,
Ifled .dv rtl.lllr. 1 ,...01. each ere I
NEWS per Insertion. All Item regarding Recording Fee Nov. . 3000
profit are Withholding Tax Fund
rate Taxe withheld Nov. . .10 Merry Christmas .
Advertising bill ,' on the I
Parties Upon motion by Commissioner
Friday and Saturday tot of each montb. on known< tpnhlljhers
required to pay In advance. Mobley, duly seconded by Comml-i
Doubt Feature Program I I stoner Swain, the following resolution .

R.t'LERRRIAGE was unanimously adopted:
Linda Darnell Halul Crcgor I I RESOLUTION

In (Continued from Page 1) I I Whereas, This Board believe that
destined to meet first a short time
I I the portion of State Highways 69
"II VNT.OVER:' SQUARE" ago. They have the sincere beat and 85 In Okeechobee County will I ON BEHALF OF THE STOCKHOLDERS,

continued happiness and many an- comprise a portion of the route, In
wishes of the entire community for I EMPLOYEES DIRECTORS AND OFFICERSOF
Ray Roger the State of Florida, known a* Bee ,
nlversarie of a charming occasion Line Highway and Whereas this I
Board believe It I 10 to the beet

"OH SUS.tNNAH"e:' :' County CommissionersContinued I terest of the citizens of the County in-I!' PEOPLE OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY OUR

I of Okeechobee that necessary right .
New* Terrtoon ( from Page 1) of way be procured a* loon a* possible BEST WISHES FOR CHRISTMAS. ,
Lot 9, 10, 11 and 12, Blk. 9, R.II'I I for the purpose of wideningand

rod Addition. I extending aid highway to
And motion of Commissioner
upon I meet specifications of said Bee
Swain, duly seconded by Comn.II'1 I Line Highway, and

Coming sioner Mobley, wa approved by the I' Whereas, this Board Is ready and

folowlng votes willing to procure the necessaryright ,
Yeas: Drawdy, Swain, Mobley,
"TIICNDERIIEAD":' i of way aforesaid and I I. unable I
Chapman and Walker to do *o until the State Road 1
"YOU CAME ALONG":' Nays: None. Department of the State of Florida I .

Not voting: Nona. has conducted a for the
survey purpose -:
Attest: :Mabel P. Raulerion, of definitely locating said I Okeechobee County BankOFFICERS
I\ THE SVDDLE" Clerk Circuit Court. highway and determining the a-

Bond for Notary Public wa pre mount of land necessary for the

sented by M. Helena Williamsonand right of way thereof, I
C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vlce-Prei.
the Board. I
was approved by Now, therefore, be It Resolved by
-- ----- N. R\Y CARROLL, Vice-Pre and Cashier
Upon Commissioner
motion by the Board of County Commissioners

Walker, duly leconded by Commissioner of Okeechobee County, Florida, that DIRECTORS

National Quality Chapman, The Okeechobee the State Road Department of the N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.

News wa designated as the news State of Florida be, and they arc, W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. S. H. McDOUGALD E. M. :MESERVE
SCREEN WIRE paper in which Law of the Regular hereby requested to have a survey J. 0. PEARCE
Session of the Florida Legislature
immediately for the purpo.eI .. .
Bottled and City I 1945, are to be printed at ----------- ----------------------
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GAS STOVES ------ --- ---
the expense of the State. I

I The following vouchers were approved

REFRIGERATORSELECTRIC and ordered paid when funds ,.,...,. '+ '...;L."'/' '..,<.A\!' ',''",. <1'...... ": ...." .J't/"...'.+.... /" ,<,,;. '""t'f.I.' ",""" ;"{.'t"o-# '_.,{{"< 4,<'''''.T.N-:;{ ..."., "'l.tu"., ... ...-...,.;..,..J zt.f."f":1I"..>V,,",-"t1' J !," '" :.'. ",r.-f' ".",NJ-"' ,:;<.."'..!' .t".., '
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GARBAGE HEATERS CANS i I Pay Roll,GENERAL Co. Afflclals FUND, 't X.;.";,/'M.., U P "AN.D.4;...gb",O\'MJ; 'N ,"'1\.", 'l "E.C':.O. \w--' /. e', ,.."S' "t"i.Z...\r. .:"L,I N'E,t"'",.;',p' +
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Salaries, November . .$905.30 >' t fvi; ,1l'd.I, ;: 54 1 3.3"> J ;
"t K3 yw7? g ,. '> { SINK CABINETS I '< t1P \
County Welfare Board, I ; : ),' : i i ; i, M ;; C;.<.t ;$> : ." ";'
Complete With . : ;" AMEDII"A'S :; '
Relief Allow. Nov. 350.00Robert k"i V ; NEW"i" >'t.tfj' .
BRASS! SWING FAUCETS! '. "' ,. ', ,i* /. ; t"J
La Martin: Comm.T. r 0'- ;! yx t ) "t' ;

WALL CABINETS A., Nov. . . . 125.00 f", 'INDUStRiAL FRONTIERST.: i, rt.k BRIGHT FUTURE roR'romErw. ..

You ran modernize tour kitchen Bessie Alderman, Comm >-. : .; ; '
.with these 1916 model Com- T. C., Nov. . . . 125.00 I /x\.: *..* .-*-*-* ... In the rising Industrialization of the South, interest is *
then the ..
the quality ....
pnre price F.nn pnymenta.TILE Bnsinirer Sell. Lch. Rm., I > \\Y centering ever more closely on our forests. Use of our tim k1'

Groceries, Nov. . . 12.50 ,, 3 ber supplies, which rose 20 per cent during the war, promises
BOARD V. O. Stewnrt, Attend.Co.
CHICKEN H. WIRE Comm.. Nov. . . 5.00 s" 3 t' peace are felt. Our 220,000,000 wooded acres have for years a' "
Park Drug Co., SuppliesC. 1 AST supplied the nation with more than 40 per cent of its lum
II. & Juil . . . 14.00 ber. Authorities now expect that our growing Southern com > "
WIRE Photostat Corp., 114E e" ;, j munities will consume a vastly increased proportion of our
;. forest products.
TOILETS $14.95 Photostat paper . . 26.60 'LON O.P VA. .
What are the crying needs that constitute this need, that
Into County Tel. & Tel Co. .
-, : the importance of the forests should be
so We
WASH BASINS, $9.95 Tel. Co Judge Nov. . 4.85 .'\ -' t need practically
r- everything. We need lumber for our build. .
The H. i W B. Drew Co., t\. /
ings and
we furniture for
SHOWER CABINETS our homes. We need vast
Typewriter ribbon . 10.34 1\ St ;( stores of paper-for newsprint ,
\ Y paper bags, wrapping paper,
MEDICINE:' CABINETS. LAUN. Florida Power I Light Co., II : AI& s i cartons, sanitary tissues, and a myriad of other uses. We '
DRY TUBS ELECTRIC WATER Elec., C. H. & Jail, Nov. 1362 ?: :'+ need ultra-smart paneling for interior decorations and '
f \ Gil
Mabel P. Raulerson, light-weight for
SHOWERS 9Sc. SOAP DISHES : \; plywood shipping cases. We need rayon :
TOWEL BARS. AUTOMATIC: Poat. Conv. Record . 35.55 '' BUYING I "J dresses, suit linings, plastic glass, rubbing alcohol, and other .
WATER HE.\TERS. (ISTOPPERS. !Mabel P. Raulerson, Postage. 10.00 .\'" .. n" BONDS miracles of chemurgy yet to be developed. Our needs are tre- ?h
BLOW TORCHES $1.65. TOILET Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. Co., .. mendou, but so are our forests. k 4;

TANK LOCKS COVERS.LADDERS TOOLS, SASH-PAD Supplies, C. H . . 2.75 $. Southern lumber long ago found its place in virtually every
WEIGHTS. Gilbert Culbreath type of construction. As the nation swings into its greatest"

SHOWER CURTAINS, $1.95 UP Keosene, C. H. . . .. 4.73 building boom, it i. easy to visualize our lumber mills workl
City of Okeechobee, ing at top speed during the next several years. .
Wide Leaf-All Metal Less expansive but startling in its possibilities is r
Water, C. H. & Jail, Nov.. 13.40 Southern furniture the
GRASS RAKES x ; industry. For, growing side by side withY
Pay Roll, Cemetery Work 259.15 <. rrt:; '1 the famous Southern softwoods are such ideal furniture hard k *

Garden Hose, Solid Pay Roll Cemetery Work 15555 .l,ypsK y ,a, ,;, woods as oak, maple, and red gum. Plywoods, from both hard
Brass Nozzles, 95cWeeden B. C. Swain, > ? and soft woods, strengthened by amazing synthetic resin >.
Travel Exp. to Tampa . 40.00 4: ; k t glues derived from the Southern slash pine, are gaining well-
39c pruning awi gransedgers
$1.25, revolving sprinkler T. J, Simmons, I if ndudriat-.k' earned prestige because of their, ability to give furniture _f
$2.16, .older Iron, metal roofing, Cemetery Work . . 5.00 n.. you are interested 5)If ) 1v xi, new beauty, strength, and utility: %,
gutters. W. J. Hendry, S.ff&*'> v plant' tires; or dutribVfiort facls'bs *ivJf*&. Southern pulpwood, which became so important during the r'

Cedar Closets 7.75 Travel Exp. to Ocala . 25.00 the SoutheastE'we shai{ i a ar his, s r<< pre-war decades, undoubtedly will continue to establish new "
Bessie Alderman, T. C., Postage ; rerommetsc{ :ultot.,, iocaions.{ highs. Studded with yellow pine; our timberlands teem with

Xmas Gifts for mailing statements and I y E Our research itaffti{ aiw {! the type of trees whose wood easily converts into paper pulp.

tax receipt . . . 60.00F. able for comprehensive i studies( r< Most encouraging is the demonstrated ability of these trees
rf ,$ f to replenish themselves. Assuming that recently
W. Zander, developed
Curtain, linen., spreads, rillS, .? with respect to,1rtdv friaf pasfbifrt**.,"';i, statistics are reliable, our snow-free
warmer Southern
Repair Co Jail . . acres
blanket *, linoleum .tsinle.sknive. 207.75Inter
and fork., klI1et *, potato Co. Tel. & Tel. Co., t {In our territory. laa. frfwill f c v'e V; replace nine trees each year for every ten we use. Extensive

masher, strainer, sifter, kettle Cl rk'i Office, Nov. . 10.80 >.' prompt and confidential[ oner.tJoo.; conservation and replanting programs' promise to make this
*, muffin tin, glu pitcher, Withholding Tax Fund, Address'!. sat. t tetd; Asslstclnt? r ,: ; ratio even more favorable e
eolsnders, dr.lnera" Sllex refrigerator Kvu" With enlarged populations'and incomes our Southern cities
Taxes withheld, Nov . Vice President, yyiiminpton'Ats3t
bottle, washing machine 19.80J. and towns form a gigantic market for peacetime products.

hose metal waatebasket. 0. Wolff, Windmillfor w:g1 Trained more extensively than In any previous era, Southern
pot and pan, aluminum ware, Cemetery . . . 50.00 t 'f. t k '1k i labor is making a potent bid for industrial recognition. The

oil heater, grass rug, Pyrex FINE & FORFEITURE FUND '' ", % South's growing demand, coupled with its skilled labor
broom., DDT, bread bones, Sophronla Pease, COlt Bills z supply, makes an impressive beat in the economic pulse of

grill, chambers* children'. beach, Co. Ct. Nov . . . 8.80 the nation.
chair, egg turner*, Ice pick
o -. old-fashioned can opener, fish Mabel: p. Raulerion, r The indications are plaiiuln the South we have a reassur
pole. Ct. Ct. Nov . . . 67.85 a \ ing supply of timber, labor, and other resources. The demand ;
ROMEX WIRE T. W. Conely, Jr., for old and new wood products is seemingly inexhaustible. b.

Docket Fee Nov, .. . 40.00 Manufacturers, well aware of the advantages in having ready
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Mary Schulman, markets amid a plentiful source, of raw materials, are not

CHASING COMPLETE AROUND STOCK,TOWN STOP Conviction Fee, Nov. . 6.00 -.w _. : liable to ignore the signs. ;;.

N. 0. Stewart t1X '
Stillson Wrenches Cost Bills Sheriff Nov. 431.54 ,y.. ATLANTIC I4t ,

Pay Roll, Witnesses . . 85.20 .''

Stndard Clewlston Oil Co., Fuel Dist. 4 I 26.02

Supply500tat Motor Co.,

Part for Co. Tractor . 14.70
Pay Roll Dist 2 & 3, Labor
St. at F. E. C. Track .
Pay Roll Dist 3, Labor .. 83.50 E Rf V IAN :'Oa.A M E it I -A'ifrr IV >n AWA C '
WEST PALM BEACH Pay Roll Dist 1'Labor .. 45.00 I .

Pay Roll Dist 4, Labor ... .50.50 I

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.................................... claimant, and shall be sworn to by
the claimant, agent, or attorney,
j Local and Personal and any such cla:n. or demaand not
ao filed shall be void.MABEL .

.. ........ ............... ...... P. RAULERSON, .
As Administratrix of the
Mrs. Gilbert u1broath and little Estate of Roy Ralford

ion arrived at their home here Sun. Rsulerson, deceased

day from the Fort Pierce hospital.Mrs. First publication November 16, 1945

B. A. Bevllle\ and little NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Schlitz BeerBOTTLE
Notice Is hereby given that E. .
bee Saturday afternoon and eral I
I R. Tindel and Annie Tindel, the |
spending this week here with her holder of the following certifi

n other, Mrs. Bryant Bowden. I cate, has filed said certificatefor n____.. _nom 18c!(

a tax deed to be issued there. CASE mUU.___________. $4.44I
FOR SALE-One large wood stove, on. The certificate numbers and
two email Electric Heaters, one I years of Issuance, the descriptionof I

mall Kerosene Heater. See S. M. the property, and the names .
McDOUGALD at Okecchobee County In which It was assessed are as : opened this Package Store one year ago. At that time I did
follows: f:
".4. Certificate No. 127, Year of i not make an announcement because I was unable to get a sup-
Issuance 1943.Description I
.of Cecil Dalgety of Oklahoma City of property: Lot ply of good liquor. However, now I am able to get plenty of all
arrived in I
Okeechobee this week 1, Block 9, Railroad Addition.
and Is spending three weeks herewith Name In which assessed: Ed. kinds of Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Cordials, at OPA prices.
his father, David Dalgety. This German ,
Is his first trip to Okeechobee since All of said property being In You are cordially invited to come in and see our complete line

1925. the County of Okeechobee, Stateof
Florida. of Blended and Imported Whiskies .

County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., Unless such certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according
returned to his office at the courthouse

.. !t. this week after pending sev' to law, the property de WISHING YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS
I scribed In such certificate or certificates ,
eral days of last week In the hospital
will be sold to the high. '
at Fort Pierce. He left the I est bidder at the court house ..: AND A HAPPY NEW YEARJOE'S

hospital Sunday.CLASSIFIED. I door on the first Monday In the

I month of January, 1946, whichIs
X M M the 7th day of January, 1946. .
Dated this 13th day of Novem '
ADS ber, 1945.
(Seal) Mabel P. Raulerson,

...:..:..:M .: :..:..:--: :..: : :..: : :..:..: : :..:..: Clerk of the Circuit Court of BONGIOVANNI OKEECHOBEE
Okeechobee County, Florida. ,
FOR SALE-1 Electric Refrigerator, I
1 Kerosene Refrigerator (ServeD\ Tallahassee]! Florida
November 8th. 1945
also 26 acres Land, all cleared, on NOTICE
Ft Pierce Rd. this aide of overpass :NOTICE U hereby given that the
Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund
Has rater and electricity. Phone 83. of th* State of Florid will
offer for sale for competitive bids In 1
Tallnhnmoe. Florida, at 11:00 o'clock
A. 31. December lath 1943, the following
NOTICE TO CREDITORS described, lands In Okeechobee .
(1933 Probate Act Sees. 119, 120) County: J"'q MZ/'s
Rpirlnntnir at the N. E. Corner
IN' THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of Tract :No. 24 of the Eagle Bay -
survey in recorded In Pint Book
1. Page St. IlorordH of Okeeehobee
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. County, Florldn: and run thence a
!S'. RS decrees M min E. 5 Q lfl feet
IN RE ESTATE OF thence II, as degrees 40 min W.
ROY RAIFORD RAULERSON, 10734 ft thence X. ,SS degrees SO
min W. .1(11.3 ft. thence N. 27 de-
Deceased. green IS min. E. 0.34: ft. to Point
of Beginning. rontnlnlng 030 Build
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS acres, In Sections 8 and 17. Township J
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 3e !'South Ranm 81 Enut '
AGANIST SAID ESTATE: i-otnnltnncp with Sections!' 21312 and
:J.I:1. Florldn, Stntiites Remodel
2 1941. When
You and each of
you are hereby I THE ITKCHASEU Is to pay the
notified and required to present any ndn.rtl.lnir cost
claims and demands which you, or IMPROVEMENT:: FOND reserve the --
right to reject! any and nil Mds
either of have against the
you may
BY OUnnil of the TnntPS of the
estate of Roy Raiford Raulerson, Internal Improvement Fund of the
Stale' of Florida.
deceased, late of said county, to the MILLARD F. CAI.DWELL
r'''' '''''l County Judge of Okeechobee County -I ATTEST' : Governor

Florida at his office in thecourt I'. r. Elliot: Fee.Trustee .
I. I. Fund
house of said County at Okee ONE THING -
chobee, Florida, within eight calendar What Is called liberality ii often

months from the time of the merely the vanity of giving. La

first publication of this notice. Each Rochefoucauld.

claim or demand shall be In writing, '

and shall state the place of residence I'I It is the will and not the gift
and post office address of the I thaat maker the giver -Leasing :

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k kOKEECHOBEE As a Gentle Reminder--Don't forget Your

Unpleasant Experiences With Insufficient

( e Wiring. Plan for Adequate Wiring with

t N Plenty of Electrical Outlets

t Remember, your new or remodeled home U
more than just a good investment. It's a place for

WILL NEEDCONCRETE -<* gib' leisure living You can protect this Investment and

make your home enjoyably liveable by being sure

BLOCKS ,*\ it is adequately wired for modern living. and has

\ sufficient outlets in every room to make possible

Of the use of all the electric servants you desire. It's
4i your house make it your home for Modern,

4 x Enjoyable Lining


,:. Better Wiring Will Guard Against Thete5ooricomings


.. / Inability to use newly developed appliances

ROCK AND '$ + t because insufficient wiring cannot carry the needed -

k power.

.. e Lack of sufficient wiriag to permit enjoyment
ROCK SCREENINGS of benefits of electric cooking refrigeration, water

v' heating and comfort cooling.laabiliry .

REINFORCING :STEEL to enjoy convenience of small appliances

a and portable lamps because of lack of sufiiciest -

and well placed outlets.

IF INTERESTED CALL US 'BY PHONE Danger of trippinq or falling over unsightly. extension -

''I cords due to lack sufficient: outlets.

( Danger of your home being outmoded before its

) 1 tree because it cannot keep pace with develop-

., -nts of the Electronic Aqe.JJ .
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FOOTBALL HONORS AT Eau Gallie and Okeechobee schools Notice Is hereby given that I will NOTICE 19 BELL IIHKEBY LAND GIVEN that 1 TAX DEED GIVE HIM

CONFERENCE SESSION would definitely have baseball ,not be responsible for any debts or pursuant to Section 15 ((1), Chapter j ,
SOUW.: Laws cf Flurlds. Arts of 1V41
teams next spring. It was voted to obligations which my former wife, sod Section 87. Chapter 14717, Lawsof Notice is hereby given that B. M

Vero Beach, Fla., (Special to The promote a conference track meet. Clara Tripp, may Incur. by Florida Section 11 Acts, Chapter of 1S31 lOOM ts, amended I.sws of. ,' C. Swain, the holder of the following YEARS OF( FUN

of the Dated at Okeechobee this Oth day Florida, Acts of 1941, and also pursuant certificate has filed said ..
Okeechobee Oscar Smith, ST., supervising principal to Section, 4J Chapter 20722 I, ::
Indian River Conference at a meetIng of the Fort Pierce schools was of November, 1945. Lows of Florida, Acts of 1911. ns'' certificate for a tax deed to be with
emended by Section: 111, Chapter ifJUTD, an
In Vero Beach Tuesday night elected president, and R. II. Stone, J. H. TRIPP.OKEECITOBEEN Laws of Plorliln.. Arts of 1M41, and Issued thereon. The certificate
Section 44, Chapter 2U722. Laws of' number and year of Issuance,
selected all-conference first and Fort Pierce coach, was named sec
Klorldu Acts uf 1UI1, ns amended by
football teams for 1945. I Section 21 Chapter 22071) Laws of the description of the property,
second of the
retary-treasurer COUNTY FLORIDA Florida, Acts of 1D43 the following and the name In which It was EVINRUDEGIFT
First team election: ends, Clements for next year at the annual election December 21. 1941puruantEtoSgecttonD9 ) i I, .described t, lands In Okeechobee County, I I
I OIVEV that Kliirldi, to-wit: assessed are as follows:
Okeechobee, and Kramer, !Stu of officers.All 1
art. Tackles, Beagles, Fort Pierce, I ten schools In the conferencewere known as the MUKPIIY ACT, and it OkeeehobeeLoin 1 and 2, Blk. 37 South Okeenobee 'Issuance i 1913. CERTIFICATE
and Griffin, Stuart. Guards, Spoon. !'uuunnre' of Chapter :3IXB8, Lsws of (' I 1 I of Lot 7,
represented at the conference nrlilii I, Arts of 11)41 known ss the Description property:
Beg lull ft g of NT. rot of Lot 1 ,
er, Pahokee, and Tucker, Stuart. 1 meeting. A turkey dinner In the F.\1-HIJI.AH'.S: DKA1NAGB P13TBICt fur I'Oll : run N 20 ft, W 100 ft,I Blk. 76, City of Okeechobee.

Center, McCall, Vero Beach. Backs, school cafeteria proceeded the af Intnl. iltuntpit ACT the In Everglades following described Drainage I I nf H 211 Ikoerholiee l. ft E 1110 ft, Blk. 105. City I''I Name In which assessed: Un- ,

Keener, Vero Beach, Scharfschwerdt I fair. Ida nistrlc-f, will" In lie Oljwhobee offered for County. Flor Lot 11. Illk. 1M, City of OkeeehoheeAll !i I known. bNR9oe
and for the sale at public I Illk 112. City of Okeechobee All of said property being in
and King< Fort Pierce, Cherry outcry highest and best cash ,
; Lots 1 to II. 7 to IS Inc., Ulk.1.1./
iiilijnet to State
I the right of the True the County of Okeechobee,
Belle Glade. tees of the Internal) Improvement' C'llv of OkeeehoheeLots
1 to H nnd U Blk. 82. City of of Florida.
Fund and of the Koorrl of Commie
selections ends
Second team ,
r Dawn Over Death sinners of Everglades Drainage DIs- Okeet'hobee Unless such certificate or certificates -
Lots 1. 2 and 3. Blk. M City otOkeeel"h.
Wedgeworth, Belle Glade, and Lang met to reject" any and all bids at thel I .. shall be redeemed ac
I'oiirthotixe ,
don, Cocoa. Tackles, Lloyd, Belle beginning st 10:00': ]' Lots 1 to 4. T to 12 Inc Blk. 83. CJY8lb.. .If
a .o'clock A. M. on the lint day of Jan. cording to law, the property described with thrill

Glade, and Martin, Melbourne. yMe".. of nnrv ten. 1IHI acres) Ail or to more all, title parcels to onehalfif of land Lute City 1 flf to Okeechobee 12 Inc. Blk 114 City of I in such certificate or certificates the gift

Guards, Pike, Belle Glade and I petroleum and three,fourths of Oki'erhfihee will be sold to the high. e that never' teasel
other minerals Lots H mid I), IRk 115, City of Okee
will he to be thrilling
Center Hatfield reserved by est bidder at the court house
Smith, Fort Pierce. Trustees of the Internal ehobee
Fahokee. Backs, Williams, Okeecho A I Fund., Easements for road Improvement right of Late 6 to 12 Inc, Blk 11(1( City of door on the first Monday In the e Certificate An Erlnrude"hut Gift

bee, Shlpes, Stuart Fouraker. Cocoa, laid win 'trustees 200 feet wide from, will any he parcel reserved through by OkeeehoheeL 1. 4. 7 to 12 Ine. Blk. 117, City month of January, 1946, whichIs ahead says. lummel

s ,h .!ire :i m :xlatlni state real: nf nkevchobeeLuis the 7th day of January\ 1916. slier lummer of hip.py .
and Card lie. Tltusvllle.
HI. City
3 to 1lml 12 nik.
iisiincn Icr
urnlnaee and Dated this 19th day of November recreation". Call
BaHkethall Clinic i." 'Ion 'til ..oroal I nf Okeeehohee .
v..I I ._ -cierved by tae: Board onrnosenv of tots 1 to n Ine.. Elks 147. City nf"keerhnbee 1943. oo. us we'll bs
Coachee and principals voted to ,i :,.1 sots' :" ( i crf.adsi OrauL happy to arrange anEvinrude
I DIs'rlr'!; I All nik xa. City of Okeerhobee (Seal) Mabel P. Raulerson, Gift Cortificate .
utage an Indian River Conference I, D-'I'n., I L..II.. nik. 1. Wrlnhf lot Add Clerk of the Circuit Court of for early tea
baskethall clinic at Fort Pierce Loin let 4 Add.. :, and 0 nik. 0, ", I.nloI nnd 0. Blk 32. South Okeerhobee I Okeechobee County, Florida.Ma.larh on delivery of any

Monday, January 7 at 7 p. moo with I Lots R and' 0. Blk. C. rlllbt"1 Til A 7 to 10 Ine.. Blk. Sfl. Ronlh model you lelect.LRue .
Joe Mason of the Miami Recreational Lots Add I U. 10 and 11 Blk. 82 City of, !."ts 2 tn Inc 11 and 12. Plk. 2fl.
department as Instructor 0 Okeeehohee Smith Okeeehobee
lots 4 .nod' .1. Blk. Lot S. nik 7" City of Okeeehnhee
84. of Okeelichee
It was decided to hold the annual w -' City Lute 7 and. *. Illk. 7*. City of Okee- I
basketball Lot B. Illk R4 Tltv! of Okeeohohee rhnbee
tournament In Cocoa
on l.nts 1 I" T Inc Blk. 115, City of Lots 1. 2. 3. T to 10. 13 to 17 in to CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH
March 1 and 2. Okeeehohee ? 211 Itlk. r,. Conners IIlKhlnnilss O-ar.Jler
Lots 2 to n Inc. Blk 110 of I /nLoin LIQUID for
President Willard C. Chinn was Okeei'hnhoe City :3 to 26 Inc. Blk. 71. Connors Agent

Instructed to appoint a special rom- Lots .1 ,and, (1. Blk 117 City of IIIIrh1nn.n 6 6 i"/) MALARIA' : Okeechobee Fla.
Okeeehohee Lotus t. 2. :3 1to ft. 12 tn 2fl 23 In .
mil tee to study and make recommendations tile 1. 2 I II. 10 And 11 Blk 14fl I I sn Blk. 71 Cnnners Illvblmiilssn Take! only as directed

on midget football teams City!TifrsTrrs' of Okeechohee or THB TNT!'.R- I < for NAT iMrnovFMnvT T,, n fl? Don 11 in nnrp _.._ _.1--._ -'JIIII"n\"II_: ._ "' .. .,. to.lo-, .
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It was announced that Cocoa, IDA.I10tD. Okee<'hnhee I Contractors Builders and Home Owners
I will he offered for lale at pnhllr otif.crv ,
OF EVEROI.ADE3 for tho highest\ loll beat rash Mdmihleef I
AGE' DISTRICT DUAI tn the right nf the Board of1rommlMloners HERE NOW
of Everglades P'nln I Ii
BUBBLES ll\ M\HFL: P. U'LERSON.! Agent i '
SEZ- Coat Guard Photo one i District anriVor Honrd nf 200.000 FEET OF
for Trustees of the Internal of Okncrhnbee PountvFlorida
ON A SMALL: ATOLL on the road
Improvement Fund and 'I to reject any anti all 1 bide!
to the Philippines A comrade pays for Bniu of rniniulssloners. nt she Pourthotisi heff'nnl"ff s* tft.l.i' ,> long' ''eaf yellow pine dry framing
big his last respects to a fallen buddy nf Everglades Ilralunie Die.triet d'" M on the 210t Inv nf Tutu
Okeeehobee Comity, :iinr, ,' von! rnsemont, fm. ilrnlnngeI
r.Snow who lies In the parched coral sands Fiord I '. '""ph.mo"' n mill' rn ,nurpomwi V g-1 'U"1lJ; 1l:)
while at borne Victory Bond dollars a wilt he reserved |

I pave the way for aid to the hero's -..... OF nnlnn F.v: Fpnt nF (,"' 'nr',,1'.1 I :.L V .1.Y AlL>> .h .B.. -!.

family I ACE nndnouip DISTRICT '' jjj all lengths

nF rorv-" rnvM'SSIONFII
e BRING YOUR : Of On'"PoI'\IO\ I II I 2-4 2x6s 2x8s 2xlOs 2x12s
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I > fly MVBHT, p. nvrrrnsov, ,
Clerk nf the Cl i'nit t',. ,in '
F, L. PORTER, D.S.C. J Needs Clerk of the Cln-nlt Pnnr .f
Printing Okeechobee Conntv' Florida Rational! !: Builders Supply Co
t) FOOT SPECIALIST no ncont for cold Bonrds.Bv ,
I Bv !Sophronla Tense lieputClerk!
what character !Ul CHIROPODIST I 1 FOO F'rt! St. at F.E.C. Tracks Phone 7123

,.. Cleaning the corner nobody I I Put Your Feet In My Hands I TOOkeechobee WFT PALM BEACH FLA.
sees I And say, cleaning' extra: Subscribe to The News jj ,

tough now, with soap so short. 204 Sunrise Theatre Bldg. I News I j ................ IIP"-. .. .......-..>.......""" ,,- ..
can help by turning la --- ---- -- -
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t'Beep saving, wontoh I"'r, *.*
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the Holiday Season approaches, our i

thoughts turn to our friends, and we ex- I S'

71's L7\'S 1 1 :

tend our best wishes for a Merry Christ- _' ,

l mas and a New Year filled( with Health, HM rights of Peace bum bright M the loreM of bob aft EaxvIMaq

/I.' lIbe from' (b. earth. ':1 :

Happiness and continued success.

rmboU of hope liar app u.d ta .nIT land-and "

mea can Kft their bMzto and h adrttbotzt tear.

\ Tbk b raaDr a momentous Chrtrtmiu-cairitog the promb' !

\ t of a DeW and better arato com. & wffl b* MpodaUr pradomto

(bow who bar Mcrifktd and eDdunci most fai tboM traqleTMM
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; of atrtfe. 'This' CbzbtmM w* shall all 1* dnrwn la do..iIttoth.rhood.

and w, abaU atmj oat oar faith toqithet...fift UgKft

bmnottal m'esaqs thai fflk tb. wand with hope, Tc ooaith

-good wQ to--dillII man."

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