<%BANNER%>
The Okeechobee news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079943/00331
 Material Information
Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373291
oclc - 33430034
notis - ACB2469
lccn - sn 95047276
System ID: UF00079943:00331
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Daily Okeechobee news

Full Text
wtoot.

...




LaMsrtin i-M|


.
:1"
.




hr OOkt"h bft 'Nf1U !



""
'Mv- "
--- -

Volume 31-Numbed t 1 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, February 15, 1946 'Price Five Cents
J'-.J'- .__



I VETERANS ARE WARNED AGAINST "GUARANTEED" SCHEMES OFFERED j I


.. .. u .


I CAN.qQATf( <( ii SENATE COMES_ OUT AGAINST THE PROPOSED CROSS-STAJE ,CANALFort : authority In Its current than the issue nationally, no less known an


' publication, Business' Week hat
,

Polly Rose Lauderdale"' Balfe,,Feb.Florid 12.*;V (ftft.\\\t I Florida State Fair at Tampa Shattering All Records f for Attendance this Year be sounded on their a warning guard against ta veterans the host to

woman candidate for the U, fi 3er,'
I of con men, swindlers and white
ate, went on record early tt1/! /eV Botigiovanni Qualifies CANDIDATE FORREPRESENTATIVE I Fort Pierce Concert Tampa Fla., Feb. 11.-The Florida .1 I collar crooks generally, who Ire
*
against. the proposed cr@; vWWcanal. Representative I" Association In Two State Fair, continuing to shatter national "moving In" with the ancient battle

attendance records for state cry of their Ilk, "Never give a suck
"I will, to the utmost of !My ''VI1it In Legislature ProgramsThe expositions, swings Into the last er an even break.1

work against what I am C@dnCadi / Joe Bonglovannl, a long tlm I Fort Pierce Concert Association lap of Its 11-day run with closing Says the Magazine: After World

Is an unneeded project", Mt_' f"lt' resident of this county, has qualified : I Is presenting two outstanding day, Saturday, designated as Auto War I the public 'was defrauded of
stated, "because canal
pr@OV/@Ptr to run for a place In the House I programs next week In the Grade Races Day. $400,000,000 In Liberty bonds alone
have failed In _
every way tl I\PW I of Representatives{ from this county,, 'I School Auditorium. The first, for Proof of the record-breaking attendance Now the swindler's greed i Is Inflamed
genuine need
for the
proje tIU 'Pi/
ditch' Florida. Joe, a* he Is known to the most men.bers only I Is the concert on during the first week' was I by over $170,000,000,000 of/ surplus

across of u was born In Italy In 1887 and February 21 by Thomas L. Thomas, provided by a spokesman of the funds accumulated during the last
This government owes aIi( V'iftB-:
came to this country In 1905, being well known as a radio artist. Royal American Shows, when he five years. He Is favored by short
tion to more than 80 millior* 1"1'\ .
ahe added, "who freely Ioflg4' their) > then a young man of 18 years Following : .p I La Masa Coral on February 22 I Is stated that grow revenue from midway ages which reduce legitimate oppor
I sojourn through several of r added attractions during the first tunities for
during the an attraction to which mem spending and by the
money war yea<\, tll tg-
fraln from embarking the states in quest of a place to bers and their friends are I invited four days of the Fair exceeded the mild rate of Interest returned by
\ '
onfo project settle and having remained for several best previous marks for a full 11' sound Investments .
of doubtful value." No admission cards are necessary. due to the Inflated .
Her statement followed years In Des Moines, Iowa he This Is a group of twentyfiveCapella { day run at the state exposition. value of securities.
\ "
announcement
; came to Florida {In 1928 and chose singers from the student Thursday wllj be Navy, Marine The
by Senator Ar tAI"( government makes an attemptas
Corps and Coast Guard Day and '
Okeechobee as the place to live, body of the Polytechnic Institute of In the G.
Washington that he woulj \fnJ't, I. Bill of Rights) to
i settling; here In 1929 twenty-eight Navy planes will roar
Puerto Rico who will
to win Senate approval to \o/t 'tIlC' present a oar give the veterans some protection
/ across the Infield in front of the
the $15,000,000 appropriation\ tee the\ i'[ Joe has been a very active citizen led program In English and Spanishof grandstand at 2 o'clock for a 30 But the fattened war worker, un
during his citizenship here and has sacred and native music. These used .
canal, which the House knae@d' minute demonstration of aerial
of the appropriations bill Week always been actively engaged !In singers enjoyed the distinction of man. bonds and a husky bank balance .
covers The same show will be given
1jV farthing, cattle and real estate and being flown to many military bases lies upon the platter with an
again on Saturday afternoon.
County hat operated a shoe repair shop fora In the Caribbean and South America i apple in his mouth, an Invitation to
CommissioiYVl The Army and Navy exhibits con.
long time, this being his main by the Army Special Service 'the carving knife.
Held Regular Meet I JOE BONGIOVANNI tlnue to draw the most spectators
l'l contact with the people of this area. Forces, singing 35 concerts In ten. There are about 750 basic schemes a
of any exhibits on the grounds. The
The Board of County Co'/\I'.IIIII'I\ : Mr Bongiovannl sUles that his days on one tour. In the con man's primer, and these
Poultry Show offers .
SI'ORT FISHERMAN THINKS the finest showIng
ers of Okeechobee County!. klotlda<<: platform I Is one mainly of tax reo A freewill offering to help defray of birds are multiplied by numerous varia

met In regular session Mof1 february fo'rrt and release of government SIt: NI"G' WILL SAVE BASS their expenses will be taken during Florida. And ever the Livestock seen anywhere Building In tions. No more Is the victim sold

4, 1946 at 10:00 A. i, surplus goods to our citizens. With The following article was mailedto Intermission. Is filled with dairy and beef cattle, the Brooklyn bridge. The 1948 stick

Present were: CommM/| C. determination and sincerity of pur us from Lake Wales and appeared I beautiful Palomino horses an d er may employ an established pat

E. Drawdy, Chairman ; 0. 1- (:::1t.\I- pone Mr. Bongiovanni i Is contacting in the daily newspaper In that ODD FELLOWS HAVE OPEN thoroughbred hogs. tern but'he Is master of plausibility

man ; B C. Swain; W. V'' 'IlkehF. ; people throughout the county and city recently. It contains so much IIOUSE SECOND FRIDAY Friday will be Hillsborough County taking care that his sheep'sclothing

M. Mobley! Couunty "tf 'rey hoe hopes that he will run high In Information about fishing that w* Day and Livestock Day. While Is cut as nearly as possible
A. the two-man race for this Important The Odd Fellows of Okeechobeeheld on honest business lines
T. W. Conely, Jr.; Clerk pt@pet deem J It worthy of reprinting In the the spectacular Auto Races sched Suiting his
p.t'l office of the State Legislature their regular house Fri bait to the
Raulerson and Sheriff N, News' open uled for current appetite of his r
closing day, Saturday, Is
art. Paid advertiaes-.ent. day night, Feb. 8th. These open victim, the swindler plays on the
expected to draw the largest crowds
x4 The minutes for the me@/I R held (From The Lake Wales Daily) house meetings are held each sec yet to attend the fair. veteran's hankering for an unditcipllned .

In January, 1946 were re#Hfl'd *b' I Naps: None. Not voting: None. C. R. Orsburn, a good sport fisherman ond Friday night of the month and Because of the tremendous crowds future and the ex-wsr

proved. Attest: Mabel P. Rauleraon, Clerk airs his views and offers observations Includes the wives of the Odd Fel who were disappointed last Saturdayat worker's desire' for a substantial In-

The report of the Couni. \.a'@ltereBoard Circuit Court. from long experience that lows and their friends. A large their{ Inability to get seats for come. Thus most pitfalls Involve offerlngs .

for the month of .tannery, The following vouchers were approved I may Improve bass fishing. His letter crowd was present. Dr. T. T, Coleman the races, Manager Strelder announ.eel. of glittering business oppor.

1040, ....... ..0.,..ed< and nI'J lied and ordered paid when ..fundsar t is as follows: j In his efficient way was the that he has scheduled an extra tunltles or. Jobs' that pay big without .
ft the available: master Of ceremonies for the evening entailing too much work For ,
In the office of the Clerk
Lake Wales, Fla., Feb. 4, 1946 day and races will be featuured d
Circuit Court. GENERAL FUND Various games were played Instance, on the Pacific coast two
To Editor Daily & Highlander both Friday and Saturday, the 15th
Report of the Receipts, f..pfI' fay Roll Co. Officials Bass fishing In Florida is doomed after which sandwiches, coffee) and and 16th and reserved seats can be returned heroes were lured into investing -

and Net Income for 12 not/tot\ bar Salaries Jan. . . . . . .$ 99161 cake were served $8,500 in a retail store 1'1
purchased In
unless something is done about It. advance to avoid delay
lod ending December 31, ja45 was Bessie Alderman, This condition will continue to get and disappointment. I When they examined the place they l'
received from Robert l>\ e't''"" Comm T. C. Jan . . . 125.00 ARMOUR: OFFICIALS SPENT found It full of customers and shelves
worse as long as things are handled
Tax Assessor, and ordered tiled' tll Robert La Martin Com. TA. 1,100.60 as they are now. WEEK-END HERE FISHING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARE bulged with Inventory. After

the office of the Clerk cC'r\ County Welfare Board, ATTENDING STATE MEETING they had paid their money, however,
Several of the and off
cult Court. Pelief Allow. Jan. . . . 350.00 A few years back fishing with rod managers they found that the store had been
dais of the Armour Com
T W. Conely, Jr., Co"\A Attar EMlnger Sch. Loch Room, and reel was good as everyone Packing C. E. Drawdy, B. C. Swain and 0. opened at a trap, and that the eager
. . . . . 12.50 knows. We cussed the commercial pany of the state organization spent J. Chapman left customers
Groceries Jan
ney, was instructed by th' \"\'$ to Wednesday at noon were shlllr.bers puttingon
prepare a notice to be prffJ\ the K' 0. Stewart, Attend.Co. fishermen and their nets, for the last Friday, Saturday and Sunday In for Jacksonville where they are In a phoney show

Okeechobee News of a pkpljtbent., Comm. Jan. . . . . . 6.00 lakes were full of them, and we Okeechobee fishing and vacationing.They attendance at the meeting of the "Partners wanted" classified advertising

Ing to be held February \\f' 18:5 .t Pi hop Office Equip. Co., knew they were ruining the bass reported a good catch of fish Florida Association of Couunty should be read with caution. .

9:30 A. M. on redlst( 'l lr' the Peed Record Book . . . 31.95 fishing. However, after watching and a very enjoyable time during Commissioners that convened at the Too often the veteran finds

County Commissioners' 1Ji: '\/Icte i1* Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co.. things over a period of years, I am their stay here. George Washington Hotel In that he has bought 'Into business that has

Okeechobee County. The li,,M'e' l la Tel Clerk Jan. . . . . 4.10 not so sure about It, so let's reason Those In the party were: Carl city yesterday morning.The no profits, that he hat signed papers .

Invited to attend said he@fR\ Or- F. P. Maupal, Coroner's things out a bit. Taylor, chairman of the Duval meeting will last through to- which make it Impossible to get

T. W. Conely, Jr., wad l\f 4ttoflted Inquest &: Insanity . . . . . . First, we will take the lakes. They County Democratic Executive Committee morrw. his money back, and that he has

to procure the necessa*' JI ight'of. Hearings . . . . . . . 20.00 are about the same as they were Aubrey Willis, J. A. Batten, laid himself liable to partnershipdebts

way for the proposed /"I lie inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co. I twenty years sometimes high R. K. Cochran, H. L. Duke, and J. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawson were I contracted before he took his '"

Highway Tel Co. J. Jan . . . . . 4.10 and sometimes low. So we can't lay 0. Jackson of Jacksonville; M. L. among the Okeechobee people visiting mis-step.

County deeds were 'PI1'I'ld for The| B. & W. B. Drew Co., It to that so we will consider the Windham and Marx Hollingsworthof the Florida Fair In Tampa last Meanest of all are schemes which

the following: Ernest COMkp@ll', toe Supplies T. C. 3298 fish Tampa; J. T. Hancock of West week. 'I exploit the families of servicemen.The .

Boney Edward T. Cos ,\ 1c. 1. Ma.J Power &: Light Co., The bata: !s king of the water, and Palm Beach, and J. T. Walker of mother of a dead soldier may

Worth Oliver & Lat41/ Godwin, Else l C. H. & Jail Jan.. 18.29 if there is no fishing of any kind, Orlando. They left Sunday afternoonfor Representative W, J. Hendry and get a phone call asking If she had

Cheater A. Raulerson, Prlj V' CjKon. the H. & W. B. Drew Co., I ret or sportsman, he will rule-In West Palm Beach and from R .B. Meserve returned to Okeeeho- I collected the Insurance. She doesn't

J. A. Abney, R. J. & Co\ S@Vineon, Deed Record Book . . . 40.00 other words, It i Is survival of the there they went to Miami, Tampa bee Sunday night from Tampa where know about the Insurance but she j'I::

0. K. Roberts, Sr., tIJ':\ Conrad City of Okeechobee fittest.It and Orlando. they went to attend the meeting of sends the caller $25 on his promise .,

Mamie L. Barber.A Water C- H. & Jail Jan. 12.70 Is claimed a bass lays 8000 the Florida Widlife Federation. that he will collect for her. That Is

petition for restitutl, @I 1 J lends The Okeechobee News, tggi and his worst enemy, the mud. the last she hears from him. Again,

under provisions of HoV0111 $. Print. & Adv . . . . . 125.85 fish does the same, so we stop the a lake, which Is about the same parents receive a call from their

458 of 1945 was filed by eatah\ and M, M. Martin, Sr., seine, and mudfish and other enemies thing as trying to start a colony of nothing more Is heard from them. son's "buddy" who has a message
Inttalllng Windmill of bass have nothing to mice In a cage full of tom cats. "Guaranteed" Is still 'the con that he *
W. F. Jackson on the jttl"'ll\l/ de. Cem. 30.7Q stop must deliver In person But
scribed property: Lot 8, tff\ Hail- $. R. Raifsnider, them from multiplying.The We that fish with rod and reel man's favorite word. It Is freely his car has broken down, he has no

Heater for Clerk's Off.. sport fisherman comes along have a choice of three things First used In shady schools which profess' If
road Addition; and spelt \\Ii: {lo'X by 125.00 money, they could send $50 to get
Commissioner Swain $\\I' @eeonded Pauerson! Dept. Store, and we say he catches five bass, put the seins back In the lakes to to teach movie scenario writing, the car fixed.

by Commissioner Walk'// f*># above Supplies, C. H. . ... . . . 7.80 which Is pretty good for now, That keep the fish equal, and third, if electronic engineering, television Again, it may be a new touch to "

application was approved \f the\ following Withholding Tax Fund la 40,000 less bass eggs. In other nothing Is done we can always take technique, and a lot of less romantic an ancient dodge of unordered merchandise

vote! Yeas b>>VV, CI\I'P' Taxes withheld Jan. . 13.40 I words, It gives the mudfish a 40,000 up knitting for pastime professions. A good rule Is The parents are billed for

man, Mobley Swain ins Walker. Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. Co. majority, and there are hundreds of I, for one am willing to admit to suspect any which "guarantee" Items (a fountain pen, Jewelry, pictures ..

Nays, None; Not voting! 1@ne' Supplies C. H. &: Jail. . 9.92 fishermen and nothing can survive that we broke our necks when we high salary Jobs on graduation. ) supposedly ordered by the

Attest: Mabel P. RG <1/VV. Clerk: FIXE & FORFEITURE FUNDT such odd chased the seine out of the lakes. The most alert prosecuting attor boy before he was killed. Usually

Circuit Court.A W. Conely, Jr., The state has seined Lake Rosa- Well it was nice while It lasted, ney or better business bloodhoundcan't they pay as a point of honor. A var. ,.

petition for restiUH H) r1
under provisions of WV'e* }'" *"' [ N. O. Stewart, out thousands of bats for the hatch. don't all see as I do, but ask your skipped. book" {Is the spurious "war history",

485 of 1945 was filed \>f A, Vhuler I Coat Bills Sheriff Jan. . . 187.00 cry yet It I Is one of the best fishing game warden, and he will tell you Therefore, the slogan of the present Families of servicemen are assured
I I
on the following deatflq@d l prop' j ROAD & BRIDGE FUND lakes !In Polk County, because they the same as I have, !If he Is not campaign: la still "Before you that the pictures and exploits of

erty : Lot 1, Blk. 154 Qty! c* Okee J. W. Ellerbee, Labor Dlst. 3 $ 15.00 took out the rough fish at the same afraid of his Job. Invest-Investigate." Vets and other their sons will be prominently dis
> Tractor & Grader Work time If the state had seined the rough prospects of the swindler played-for
chobee; and upon moV! ,i b* Can' are being the payment of $200 or

missioner Mobley, dull"tndlld b) 'I Districts 243: . . . . . . 137.50 The State Hatchery Is A fine thing fish out of Lake Rosalee and left urged to regard with suspicion $300. The shortages of all sorts of

rommlssloner Chapm, t\t above Pay Roll Dusts 3 & 4, Labor. 101.26 However, the way they art trying to the bass, It wouuld be dangerous to promises of oversize returns, to re consumer goods have revived' the

application was approved j)> the)< following Pay Roll Dlst. No. 5, Labor 94,65 stock the lakes Is something differ. open a tackle box on the banks of fer all roseate propositions to their old frauds In that 'fleld. Door-to-door

vote: Yeas! tht\ty Chapman Pay Roll Dist No.2. Labor. 211.80 ant They take the small bass out of that lake. Chamber of Commerce, bank, or to salesmen collect deposits on electric

Mobley Swain @Pg ValkerA {Continued on Page 3) a nice quiet pool and place them In C. R. Orsburn. some skeptical businessman Irons, nylons, or what-have-you, and I

I
\. -


FIELD FENCE ELECTRIC EXHAUST FANS. ALUMINUM WARE G I L BE R T

CHICKEN WIRE ELECTRIC HEATERS 3-qt. BOILERSHARDWARE

$ CLOTH 1 -qt, BOILERS 4

BRONZE SCREEN WIRE ELECTRIC LAMPS CORN STICK PANS

GALVANIZED SCREEN WIRE ELECTRIC WELDERS FRYING PANS.COMPANY.



) .
". .,: .
..











,. '
-

,:" .. .
--



J&t 'I'WI.
,.













FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, W48
THE OKEECOOBEE NEWS

,
--- -
--

number of yean. Where have they lion dollars. It won't take long to Telephone Companies I Mere than 103,000,000 cans of lar.I Ma.la-ria.
( )( ?J'CUS: I packed In California in
ccdtl1bCC ; dines
been The fellows with larcenous get rid of jt If we start Investing In Are Called On Carpet I were I
according to
the recent 1945 leason, CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH
proclivities didn't take f run-out wildcat deals, buying unseen real :
I Tallahassee, Feb. 12 Eighteentelephone E. H. Bell, vice president of American LIQUID for
I
Published Every Vrlday by tieOksscbobee powder. They turned to legitimate estate, "smuggled" diamonds and

News Co.. at Ok_h.* >uriulta Ions enough to haul In big furs, mall frauds, and other offerings companies serving Flor- Can Company. jfSYMPTOMS f+ MALARIAL
bee, Okeeehobee County florid I I called\ the carpet 66
Ida have been on
I wages In war plants (which helped of the slick boys now at 'ork. I V/Take only as directed
I the Florida Railroad Advertise in The News ,
26
Feb. by
the draft too), Othdidn't Thousands of have been
BRYANT BOWDEN ..... ... Editor them to escape men .
I Commission to hear complaints from i -.--- -- -
and forcedto the of
era escape were taught elementary principles -----
Entered an tiwnnd elaei matter J_ly don a uniform. Many of them radio In the army and navy and the public about their wartime ser I .
1. 1014 at the Post Office la Okverko- vice. The hearing will be in the .
bee, Fla., under Act of II.,. 8, 1871. were slowed up because their rackets have decided upon radio careers I
Court Building, opening at Mason Builder
and Items of enrolled Supreme
hinged on materials I many of them are In schoolsfor I

SUBSCRIPTION RATE which couldn't be had to find 10 a. m,
engineering training, only
One Year In advance ..........$>M production In an order signed by Commissioner I
Six Months In advance .. ...... 1.00 during the war. they are getting nothing more than

Three Month In advance ..... .78 Anyway, they're back-just as they learned In the armed services. Jerry W. Carter, the comrr.ls- I Fireplace and Chimney Expert
lien told the companies of "many ,!
they were after World War I. Anda The vet soon drops out of acha.ol.IInd I
noUcci In 1000al eolnmna. M s
Rmt.llnir! complaints" from all sections of
rents a line. Hstee for display advertising reml.xler of what happened after the institution Is richer be- I I

artTrtlsnir.furnished! on fl application.rent. eaeh Classified word that war cornea from Victor H. Ny- cause of his tuition Florida about service and equipment I
being "inadequate, inefficient and Stucco Plastering & Cement Block
per Insertion. All Item regarding enterprises borg, president of Better Business I I lOne advertisement In a popular -
conducted for profit are Insufficient.
ctiarfroahle at advertising rates.SWLNDLERS Bureaus. Con men In that era, aaya I technical magazine promises "half a I
I I The order noted that "priorities
Mr. Nybourg, took the citizens for million jobs In television right at I Work 4
I established by the War Production
READY FOR 400 million dollars In Liberty bonds. the start" and refers to "the opinionof
Board and the Civil Production Ad.
BIO POST WAR HARVESTThe But this time they'll take It In : industrial leaders." I
ministration of the Federal Govern
American people, with their billions! But according to the vice president ContractorNO
ment which have mamde it Impossible General
war bonds and cash savings, are In Swindlers, are popping up that we of a national radio corporation planning .
during the war years to secure :
dapper! of the worst fleecing In the laven't heard of for from four to to make television sets, television -
telephone materials, facilities' and
nation's history Confidence men and five years," declares Mice Elizabeth Jobs will be scarce for some
I equipment will, In all probability
swindler throughout the United Alvord, an executive of the Chicago time. Opportunities In the Immediate JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
be removed within the near future.
States have drawn up chairs around Better Business bureau. future will be open only to I
I This removal, said Commissioner
the world'a greatest money table All over the country smoothtalkng I skilled engineers and mechanics. I
Carter in his order, should make it
and are dealing fast and furiouslyfrom /: gentry are coaxing men and I Man production of sets and extensive I
i possible for telephone companies to
'
the bottom of television broadcasting will ANTHONY B. CASO
the deck. women to cash their war
bands'l j replace the worn and obsolete equip.
There's plenty of money to be had draw out their savings, or not be here for another year at the

--and the wise boys Intend to get their hidden cash, and put the proceeds least, he predicted, and even then II ment they have been forced to use : Box 632 Okeechobee, Florida Phone 62.3
I In their operations during the war. :
ft. The "sucken" are roughly placedin Into sure-fire Investments. And there Is not much prospect of job I

four groups: believe It or not, people are again I opportunities reaching _pnnnnn.._,___.. .
HOME -- -
-
1.. War veterans with their buying this, that and something The Federal Trade Commission
We need not and splendor
musterlng-out pay. else, sight! unseen 1 has a complaint pending against a power .. .. ,
,
Wide hall or lordly dome; :' .
2. War plant workers with Since V.J Day, housing has returned television school charged with representing yr
The good, the true, the tender,
fat purees and war bonds. to the con man's bag of that "anyone with reason fir Service
These form the wealth of home az Distinguished ,
3. White collar workers, widows tricks. Everybody wants a house able qualifications can become a a
-Sarah J. Hale I '
with pensions or Insurance and the swindler Is ready to nerve trained television, radio and communications rn tIe JJWds
(
Be faithful over home relations
money, and all other persons Ex-servicemen and others get word engineer and technicianby
they lead to higher joys obey the I 1 /
who have savings. that a house Is for sale. The aprert taking a free course." II
Golden Rule for human life and it I '
And what are the stakes In this takes a would-bo purchaser to the In many universities, to begin a I"
will spare you much bitterness. ..
new con game? Well, friends, It's place then pretends astonishmentthat four-year engineering course, the .
:Mary Baker Eddy. i I
lust a cool 170 billion dollars! That It Is already sold. But he hasa student must have three years of iI iI I
Happy are the families where theIlaverm'ent I
represents the surplus change lying way out. English elementary and intermediate I
of parents Is the reignof ,
around In bonds, banks and safety "I'm sorry about this," he explains algebra either plane or solid
affection, and obedience of the
deposit vaults. (This la a recent estimate ; "but that vacant lot right geometry or trigonometry, and advanced
children the submission of love -
but the total may be a few there-we could build you a houseon algebra plus a Ugh school Bacon I

billions more). It." diploma;
The strength of a nation, espec- !
For some reason the swindlers The deal Is trade. The victim There are manv legitimate correspondence
notion Is In
ially of a republican ,
have been out of business for a purchases the lot, at a high price, nchooli of course. And the Intelligent\ and well-ordered I II

------- ---- and waits for the house to be built. there are also many good values In homes of the people. :Mrs. Slg- I

Yea, the sucker waits and waits an'dIs books real estate, houses, and bus ; I
: ourney.
stalled with talk of a "bottleneckIn inesses. But don't forget there Is a ,
GILBERT I y.
building supplies" gang of swindlers out looking for The place of charity, like that of .l/

THEATRE The con men are taking advantageof suckers, too.-Florida Searchlight. I God is ever'where.Quarlee.Du .

'. :. :.:=== .: o-= :.: the servlco-nen's ambition to go
Into business for then.selves. A The food Industry must maintainIts not wait for extraordinary circumstances

Sunday and Monday veteran buys a rooming house only wartime puce In order to meet to do good actions! try

to discover that the furnishings Increased home demands and fill I = AWARDS been ,
to use ordinary situations.-Rlchter. HAD given (for lion Chart lo1ior.m.uf.or your :
February 16-17 haven't been paid for. He buys a Its export obligations In 1946, says : .; ;.hcl service on the own make and model of tractor.

lunch room, finds he owes for the John A. Hartford, president of the I Benevolent feeling ennobles the Lorn* front, the overalls of many Vou'll find he Standard Oil man
BETTY HUTTON a Southern farmer would today be serving your community a good
ARTURO DE CARDOVA fixtures, and also that the "custom- A & P Food Stores. most trifling actions.-Thackeray. decorated with seraice-ribboea. man to know. He's friendly and

er." he nw on an Inspection were Handicapped by shortages of la helpful. Like the dependable products

In"INCENDitRY "plants" paid by the swindler to eat According to estimates of B. 1".1" bor and machinery, he produced he sells he's been a "Stand-by"
BLONDE" f j .. rord I jiciij! !:! cf foci ar.J farm to thousands of Southern farm
at the place for an hour. Goodrich technicians more than 20-
in the critical homes for
,
Technicolor crops war jean many many years.when
Veterans also are being taken In 000, cynthetc rubber compoundswere they were needed most! He
also prepared durng the war with i'. this bv woruin" harder! anJ HI LUBRICATION CHARTS
by the "territorial
rights" scheme.
lemur:-aH by of I
ere machinery
I AND FARM ALMANAC
about EOO of them hovepernnnent
A promoter sells a veteran the "ex.r1uslve" likely to which could nut be replaced.
NEWS Ask your Standard Oil man i
rights to distribute a pro. peacetime uses. Peace has come-but new trayfor a copy of hn' new 1946 '
"This America" ten trucks and machinery are still Farm Almanac . sod for ,,
duct In a given area. The ex-soldier I BRING YOUR bird to ",,.I. You'll very probably s Lubrication I -
Chart tailor- b
pnys In cash of course and then ; Political have to nurse jour old machinery mad to your :

discovers that a dozen others hoer i I Printing Needs through!:;! ano:!:or thing( season.Your oun model tractor
Standard Oil man can help that; take IC ftz-jr;
.
;
Friday and Saturday I the same "exclusive" territory. I: Announcements you with this. Not; alone by sup- our h of,guesswork tractor ; ;-'

Even the old book salesman is at ; piling you with dependable lubri lubrication
February 22-23 TOOkeechobee cants that will give longer, more
I
it again. lIe does It with flattery. ;i FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN: useful life to your machinery-but STANDARD OIL COMPANY

GENE AUTREYIn The householder is told that he is TilE LEfilSL hewss by furnishing you with a lubrica Incorporated Kentucky

regarded! an one of the "prominent" I wish to announce that I am a ". -
: .
ROOTIN1;: TOOTI.V RHYTHM' men of the neighborhood All theeonfielenee candidate for reelection as Representative L--'t. ?:.i' 2 .::!'I tfl .,. *
man wants Is a letter endorIng In the Legislature for

-&- his books and a small price Okeechobee County In the Demo. K.nd.d; actor Part Standard Dl.i.l Fuel Crown and Crown Ixfra Oa.ol:, ..
for the ':..,.o.f Keresene Mablloll and lug Motor Old .
Standard
set. The flattered citizen lubricant and Me1Mebllcjte-!!
.
"JEEPERS CREEPERS" . cratic Primary May 7. CrtaiM Atlas Tires, letlerles and Acc.s.orits Ml.. Axle 0...,. .
? later finds he has paid two or three W. J. (Bill) HEXDRY .. ... lurtke Harness Oil lurika hit Drilling flit Houi.hcld Spray '1IIIur'otO
-- Spray (JX D.9.TJ) r .
also times what the books are worth. -- 1 i traiK'ard Household Oil Parowax Kv -

There are dozens of schemes already ------- --- _.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : : ------.-.-.-.--. . --
:NEWS AND: CARTOON ------ -------.--.-.-.--. .
being used and new ones are DISTRICT NO. TWOI --

rely' legal too, the law Is .
so stymied
....... ...... ......... .. I wish to announce that I am a I
: : : : : : : ': : : : : ': .: :..:..:..:..:..:. But clubs organisations, business I
I candidate for reelection to the office

ComingPOLLY bureaus, chambers of com- of County Commissioner from BIRTHDAYNext

r1: erce, newspapers and others are
District Two
JENKINS: AND tBassinger) for Okee.
attempting! warn the public. I
HER MUSICAL PALSIn chobee County In the Democratic

"Investigate before you Invest" Isa Primary to be held Mar 7, 1948.

.' "DUFrV'S person TAVERN";: part of the educational program. W. F WALKER Friday February 22 is

"DI.\ IOXD JfOR ESIIOE" being urged by officials and organisations. GeorgeWashington's

"Read before you sign," Is
"B\CK TO BVTAAN" I FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER: :
another slogan. And always It's a Birthday and in honor
"LOVE LETTERS DISTRICT NO. 4 -
rood iden'to "bewa re." ,
I tnke this opportunity to announce
; It took a long time to save 170 bile
of this
that I am a candidate for reelection great' American Soldier

__ ._ __ __
!":":":":" :":":":":":":'':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:.-':.-.:..:.-.:..-u.:.-.:.-.:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:,-.:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:-..:..:..: as County Commissioner for ,

: :i: District No. 4, subject to the Democratic : Statesman and Business Man this

Primary to be held May 7, ,

; THOMAS L. THOMAS ;; C. E. DRAWDYFOR

:.: BARITONE .t.i Bank will be closed all day

:: '
:: :MEMBER: OF SCHOOL BORDDISTRICT <
._. will be presented In ::: l
'i': FT. PIERCE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM .!. NO. 1 al j THOSE NEEDING PAYROLLS AND OTHER BUSINESS
.'. I wish to announce that I am I

::: Thursday, Feb. 21st at 8:30 p. m. :_i: I candidate for reelection as a member -' PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND
? s;
_: by :::; of the School Board of Okeecho

:: Ft. Pierce Concert Association 4: bee County from District N'o. 1 In

.. Admission by membership card only :'j: the Democratic Primary :May 7, I : -

will appreciate your vote and support KEEP OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MONEY! IN OKEECHOBEE

.

X; As an added attraction to members *s. W. H. HARDEN I ruTjjjiririjvsjMXAnrinjTJxruxn.t

t and their guest* and to which ::. I
; TME PUBLIC IS INVITED: 'r'It

the association presents ;:!: FOR REPRESENTATIVE;: IN;: TilE Okeechobee County BankOFFICERS

It La Masa Coral :t;: LEC.ISL.\TURE |

.'. To :My Friends: i iI
. the student's chorus of the I
-:- wish
:!: Polytechnic Institute of Puerto Rico to announce that I am a C. II McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vlce-Pres. and Cashier
J d: candidate for the office of Representative
N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. R. 0. DYNES, Asst. Cashier
:. Friday, Feb. 22nd at 8:30 p. m. ;;: In the Florida Legislature' DIRECTORS
v .
from Okeechobee County for the
1' Ft. Pierce School Auditorium .. I CARROLL C. H. McNULTY
N. nAY
: : first time, in the Democratic Prl'l JQIIX ROE, St.

i,,, No admission charge Free will offerings :t';: mary to be held May 7. I will appreciate W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr S. H. .McDOUGALD E,' ,f. MESERVE

J. 0. PEARCE .
your support and vote. I I .

<";":--:';";" ;";":":":":":":";":":":':,,;":":":";":":";";',:.;..:-:..;..;..:..:..:..:,,;..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..;; JOE BONGIOVANNI I 1 I -- .... -- --" - ---- .

-....



.


I

/
"

':'_ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 19(8 .. ". THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

I A4.wHu.t

( ea. X .amy a X p:: :: x X eo..a, X i County CommissionersContinued Notice Is hereby NOTICE given that the

01) Board of County Commissioners sod From where I sit Joe Marsh
IIII!j ( from Page 1) Board of Public Instruction of Okeeehnhee .. &y

!!!i j! SOCIAL NEWS Knight's Servo Sta., Gas Joint meeting County, at Florida the Courthouse will hold In a _

uii A Oil Dists. 344: . . . . 10.58 the City of Okeechobee at 0:30 A. M.. j
Monday February 1A 104A. for the Sam
IIb ? Scharfschwerdt Bros., of re-dlstrlcting County Coaimlsalonpr Hackney
. g.ci svio.i X ..a :..r /:.a.vi. Lai.. purpose' Districts and School Board
No.2& 4. 24.40
y Supplies Dists. : .
District of said County. All "I..n.nn"
Mike Barber and D. L. Pearce reo J. R. Mlnehan and daughter, Miss Bennle's Supply Shop, tax pavers of said Coc'.tf are In has a trade.mark

. turned to their homes here Sunday Sarah, were visitors in Tampa the Repairs Co. Trucks . . . . 88.82 sited Hated to attend at Okeechobee Florida! this

from Tampa where they spent .ev. last of the week where they went to Henry Sloan, February 4. 1046.
C. E. DRA\VDT Before Sam Hackney got 100The bow ties work like trade
eral days attending the Florid attend the Florida Fair Gas &: Oil Dlst No.2. . 15.03 Chairman' a
Board of (Vuntv PnmmlsiilonerB cesaful, hit wife used to make his lurklOmethlne to remember
Fair.
Standard Oil. Co., VAN E. L1GHTSEY bow Ue for htm.They came oat an and IdenW y.
Malcolm Simmons arrived horn Tractor Fuel . . . . . . . 8.30! Chairmen inch longer than and
Board of Public instructionNOTICE arerago- And Sam hu another trade mark
Mr. and Mrs Leo Greenberger, Mr: Monday morning after having1 been Boree Lumber Co., &A came in for a lot of ribbing ,
too: the glass of beer be buys his
and Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mr. and Mr.. discharged from the United States !' Lumber Diets 2, 8, 4 . . 355.21 Bat be only Roiled and took )R client: after every deal b settled.

AI Cohen, and Teddy Greenberger, Navy at Charleston, S. C. While In' Withholding Tax Fund, OKEECnO COUNTY, 6FLORIDAI Of course, Sam doesn't need to Bare It's friendly gesture.. batHOItomIHDhe.oDeoit.hebest

were visitor spending Sunday I In the navy he saw active service In Taxes withheld Jan. . . . 2.70 NOTICE Fehrnarv IS HEREBY IB GIVEN that more than that, It reminds Sam's

Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs Jerry the Pacific where he was aboard the AGRICULTURAL FUNDC. I pursuant to Section' 9 of Chapter real estate men la the country. Bathe clients that he's a man of moderation -
1''20fl. Laws of Flor' I. Acts of 1037.
Greenberger. Aircraft Carrier Kalinin Bay. R. Boyles, Sal. &: known as the MURPHY ACT. and In siffl wean those long bow ti s.Prospeetire and rood taste-dependable

Exp. Co. Agent Jan. . . .$125.00 pursuance Florida. Acts of Chapter of 1041, 20(138 known, Laws as the oft I customers may not remember and temperate. Sam's no fool t

Mrs. J. R. Minnehan and daughter; Most girls would be happy with EVEROI.APES DRAINAGE IMSTniCt his name or his face, but
ACT the following describedDlstrlcr. the minute they Sam they < .
see <*
Miss Sarah, Mrs. Nathan Zelmenc one pair of nylons, but some lucky Advertise in The News Innd oltunterl In Everglades Drainage C'LA flu . A
In Okeeehohee Conntv, Florida That's the feller! -VI.A't,4.f
viti and Mrs. Bryant Bowden, iper lady will receive an even dozen of will be offered for sale at public (

yesterday In West Palm Beach. them, according to Phil Lucey, manager outcrv for the highest and best cash I
bid. sublect to the rlfht of the Triis-
of the Florida Orange Festi NOTICE: 1'1" Al'rl.I"ATIOY FOR tees of the Internal Improvement

Mrs. J. E Cone returned to her val. The award will be made to the TAC DEED I I Fund and of of Everglades the Board Drainage of Commlsulnnprs DII'tI..t Copyright 1946, United Stale Brewer foundation ,

home here Sunday afternoon from housewife who sends in the most L.Neflre TTnnf. U the hereliv holder given of the that follow Omnr'Inn C-'iirthonxe.to reject nay beginning and' all bids at at 10.00 the I --- -- -

the Fort Pierce hospital where sh practical citrus fruit recipe before eertiriente tin* filed laid certificates o'clock A. M on the 1..th dav of
for u tax deed to be Issued thereon. of landn
was carried last Wednesday. The IT. Feb. 14. Just address Contest Department Tim certificate numbers and years of March ten acres 11146. or As more to all title parcels to one half
'Issuance, the of the
fant daughter that was born there Florida Orange Festival, 'ertv. and the description names In which It prop.,....1) or other petroleum minerals and"'11h.three* reserved-foarths byTrnelcra of
assented are as follows:
and died was burled In Winter Haven. Certificates\ of the Internnl Improvement
Thursday Vo. 1203 and 1204 year of
for rend right
Fund Easements: CEMENTBlocks
of issuance 1042Description
Fort Pierce cemetery Friday of ropert'l \, wav 200 feet wide \\'11ba reserved hv
Gems for Your ScrapbookDUTY Lots 4. .. S and 0, hulk 122. said Trustees from any .parcel."through. )
-
of Okeerhahee.Nnme \"*;ch bas Is1 jc'Jt1! tin' :
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Parkerson reo In which imscssed. {' Clt\\ ( "i,.'-er' frrr"c ,
All of enid property being In .r.. nma'ien, .>:n :rr 'I 1 tTl -"-r,"
celved a card yesterday from thel, is and County of Okeechobee State .". t> I Duty carrying on promptly I .
- .
Cmmf3.elr'. cf Fes! : ?: I : :1
son, C. E. Parkerson, who left Tuei I faithfuully the affairs now before i Plorlda t'nleM sash certificate or certificates aQe T'z':'.'*. ..... ._..,-

day for the army at Camp Blandtn you. It Is to fulfill the claims of low, the shall property he redeemed described according In such to I I"t 0. nik. 14T City of OkeechnbeeInt
in which he said he had been tram. I today.-Goethe. certificate or certificates will be sold 1 to 10 lie: Blk 174. Cityi
In to the highest kidder at the court of Okppchohcp
ferred to the navy and was now I Consciousness of right. dol n g ho\iH door on the first Monday In I ,.' 2 nik 01.'Its of Ok hohee
month of 104(1.( which lethe t I 1. "k. at. ('Ih' of Okrrr.mbee1,0a
Va. at the training camp] the March.
Norfolk ,
brings its own reward: but not amid 4th rtav of March. 104(1. 4 and, 12. Blk. 1 the smoke of battle Is merit seen Pnted this 20th rtav of Jnnnarv. Okee,'hobee
Pace arrive. 104/1. Lot 12. IllkK7.. City "t OkeeeholieoI.otn at our plant in Okeechobee and can furnish the
Mr. and Mrs. George and appreciated by lookers-on. ((111'01)) :MXP.EI. P.Circuit;l'F Con \ 1 to 10 Inc., Blk. 1OT. Cityof I I
In Okeechobee the first of the week Mary Baker flerk of t Okeechobeelot people of this county with any amount they
Eddy.
Okeechobee County. Fla. 14. Blk. "7. ritv of Okeechnbei.
from California and are spendin I The duty of man is plain and elm Tot 12. Blk. 110 City of OkeechobeeLots ' desire.
some time here. His father, J. G. pIe, and consists of but two points: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 4. S. and R. Blk. 2. ",
l fdd manufactured Federal .
1.\"iD Blocks meet
Houston SKt.1. '" 'rlllht'.I': Our are to
Pace, returned with them to hie imunnr: GIVEN that,
duty to God which every man NOTICE is TNI'TTFOPROVF:" '' ':':'' I
Texas, where "he stopped over pursuant to Section IS (II. t'haptee20nt4 OF" TIlE STATE OF and State specifications.
must feel:; and his duty to his neighbor Inns of Flnrldn. Acts of
.2 with another son for a short visit. to do as he would be done by. and Section 117: Chapter 11717 1011'1 I IDA. OP (" !' I
of Florida.ctt' of I'm: h' DOERFt AfES4gDRAIN. ,
He arrived home by train Tuesday Thomas Paine. by Section 11. Charter 2lrS.( Laws ol : PftfT ':
Florida, Arts of 11141. and all pursuant AGE DISTRICT ROYSTER
afternoon The path of duty lies In what Is to Soi-tlnn 1:. Chapter 20722. By MABFL P. RAi'r.EItSOAgent' McMULLEN &
.
Laws of Florida Acts of 1SM1. AIRml'lId.,1 i for Trll.tpre or the luternil
and seek for It In what
near, men 2207'. and
h* e<'tin! I'l Chapter Imprcvfment Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks of Is remote-The work of duty lies Lows of Flor'.II1.'IN' of HUT andccllon for I1nn"' of Commlasioneraof Pnone 130FLAMINGO Okeechobee''
!* H Chapter 207'2. Laws olFlorldii F.verzlnde PrnlnnBe Pie.
Cincinnati, Ohio arrived In Okee In what Is and seek for .
easy men Acts of 1111. IK amended hr; i trlct Okcechnhefl County.Tlorda

chobee Sunday and are spendin 1 it In what Is difficuult.-Mencius. Section Florida. 21.Acts Chapter of I'M1)! )2-J07', the! ful'nnlnndeserllieil I.nws of I- "JI; ? !W'I': ____..__. _._ .
two weeks here with Mr. and ;Sara The truth Is, one's vocation Is land l In Ukeei'huliee County, - ------

Leo Greenberger and family. Mi. ; fat' off 'lorlrln. to-nlf Ilk of
never some possibility. lots 1 to 4 Ice 12 City I
Marks Is owner and operator of the is always the simple round of duties Okeer hnhoe .
f lots 1 nml' !l to 1.: Blk. M. City
Windmill, one of the largest nigh which the passing hour brings nf (IkeoclinliieLois I :
1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 88, City of
clubs in that city. J. W. Dulles. Okeeehobee I
L'u 7 to 11 Inc., Blk. l-.ll. City ol
There Is
no mean work, save that Okeii-hobee I DAYHIALEAH
Cecil Bass has returned to hi which Ia sordidly selfish: no irreligious Tats 4. 1\. 8 and 0, Blk. 122 Cityof .
nkcechohroi.ots !
o.- home: In Okeechobee after having work save that which is morally 7 to 11 111('., Blk. 1'7. ('Uy
. been discharged: from the army. wrong In every sphere of life of OkcccholicHLots "
1 f11 Inc. nml n, Blk. 57..
Cecil spent ever three years in the the post of honor Is the post of duty. C'ltv of Okeechnhee I.
was Lots 2. S. (I and 7. Hlk. 2. Wrlithfi
army, moat of which time spen E. H. Chapin.CLASSIFIED. lot.fl.l.. I

In the Pacific theatre of war."SOW -- --- lot n. H'k. H4 1 Plly of Okeeehohe. <
..... .. .. .. ... .. I."t 1. I'.lk 171. City of Okoei hol>e..
!>< -.c.o------: : : : : .: :_:. ,. rants 1 to n Inc. Blk 84. City of

SUBJECT SUNDAY AT OkeccholieeTot !
1. Bit!. 100 City of Ok..r..hohPlLot. February i"
Saturday
rnRISTUX SCIENCE 'CHURCH ADS 1 to 20 Inc. Ulk. 10: T.oU 1 '
I to 211:! Ini Illk 22 : l.nts 1 to :.\

eon"Soul"-sermon Is which the subject will be of the read lea ii "' :":-:-:-:":" :_:-':" :_: :":":":":":":_: :":":") Lot Inc.1 IIk to] 17 n Inc XnrrhneRt. Blk 17.Addition WoodInnd I

Scientist thru I TRAINED NURSE available at all 1'ark Addition ooh Featuring;
Churches of Chrltt. will he offered for siile at pnnltr

out the world on Sunday, February times for night duty all type nblect 1'1'fnr to the the highest rltrlit and of boat the Board cash hId of I The Running of

eases Julie Tevls, Page's Auto P"mnit'..1i.nem o.Bverglniles. Pralnam -
I > Plutrlct. n,,,' 'or Boned of rrmntvCommissioner
17th.The Golden Text III 'The sun Camp, Phone 30. Itp nf OKeeehobee Cmintv.Ftorliln I *
to n-lcct, Inv and nil hl!"
shall be no more thy light by day:; lit the ('onrlholl p. hecliinliiff' al 10 no I "
shall the RANCHES AND CATTLE GR.VZING o-i''Ink' \. M. "" the Isth dnv of 'HE FLAMINGO ST :
neither for brightness.
j March. IDId rasemont for 'rolllllll' >. _.
'moon give light unto theei but the TRVCTS ARE SALEABLE Now nod reclnniatl"ti. nml rood pOrpos'awill ,

Lord shall be unto thee an everlast 'I WE ARE CONNECTED WITH \ he no\nn reserved OF CO'I'TTSd1Oe1P1a! ; For purse oj

Ing light and thy God thy glory" MONEYED INVESTORS. IF INTERESTED or .p."nl.APE PHAIN-

(ha. 60:19: I IN SELLING, WRITE HOR- ACT andnnxiii ni TUICT $30,000
AC'E1.. SHERWOOD P. O. BOX ) ().' roi'NTT:" COM
Among the citations which com. MI''!MO\TI:. OF oicrrmoBKR I '
prise the lesson-termon is the fol. 151, CORAL GABLES FLA., WITH : COI'T\. FTOIMPV, *
LESLIE H. COO IDES, BROKER. By I.\flFl. I'. IWT.EnsOV.
lowing from the Bible "For the i Clerk of the Circuit l'ourtClerk I
shield the .if the Circuit Court of' For Three-Year-Olds . One Mile and a Furlong
lord God Is a sun and : I Okeeihobee ConnM I
Lord will give grace and glory: I FOR SALE-The Jennings home on as scent for sold 1"101"118.1 and
Enge Bay Drive. 10 acres land Ilv Sophronla Tense Deputy Clerk the
withhold from s
no good thing will he
I !-room home, fruit trees fill kind'
them that Falk uprightly" (Ps, Parade of the
8t:10. !including avocado pears, pecans, ELECTRICAL WORK Flamingo?

I I iherrtes. Electricity, water. See
The leoon-sermon also includesthe Tie parade Hialeah'i 500
Flamingos
: ilrs. W. B. Jennings Box 44 or at of
following passage from the I home. 32.4tp P.P. f MANS M a colorful and thrilling s crfaeie.e :
Christian Science textbook, "Sci

ence and Health with Key to the I I

Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: I I Subscribe to The News HOUSE WIRING

"Truth and Love enlighten the understanding. -,

In whose light shall

light and this Illumination
we see ;
s ??' r
It reflected spiritually 1jy all who Ael e r d

walk In the light and turn away
I t
from a false material sense. The I '4 e em

sun is a metaphorical representation ,

of Soul outside the body giving I r QQea

existence and intelligence to

the,universe" (p." 610: 9-12, 16-13). >s' x : 3
tYS

Strawberry Festival


Bowling Green Feb. 01.-The first'poetwar f

Hardee County Strawberry
I
Festival will be held In Bowling a !tti

Green the week of March 4.9, J. A.

Albritton, General :Manager, announced ti

last week. ,

The Strawberry Festival has beenan BETTER LIVINGtj

annual event for the past twenty I
r'
years except during the war years I s4

when directors thought it would be

inappropriate to schedule a festival.I

!Manager Albritton promises. display'

booths, exhibitions, carnival attractions

a"d sensational acts will make

this the best Festival ever held In ? th nd

this section of Florida.


The State Road Department is Jr

about to build Florida's first suspension I

bridge. It will be across the I

Suwannee River at Luravllle on I I .
a I e eliE' 1 / /
Road 69 between Mayo and Live i

Oak. I



,


THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 114&

I


.

,-. . ,. .


A

.
,I .... \
: : _ ,. .. : \
: .
'
I ri
i .'
:f ,

,
I .

,.


I 'If It's "
Printing - .


1
'

"




We Can Do It !




1
.
-




.
.
.' .

: ,

'. ., t, :. ;,
_ ; ':;, ;ww When you place an order here you secure .

I .: the best in Printing Service and QualityOkeechobee





.'

". 1 ,
I .



t
. ",
,

.#



. .
\


i :" " News

.r I' 1', I ." "
: ; PHONE 80 .
I :: ;
. j t "
'

. .. .

",. .
'
.' ,
,
.
,
"
<

.



I

._ ...,... .._ r. I ..





.
-. -
--
-
-- 'I -
., ",, -
....
, "" /I' ,, ,:"" ; < "'i .
> IfiJi; [rfj.J' 'II c, "" '," C I I" '