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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: March 1, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume 31_Number_ 36 Okeechobee! Florida, Friday, March 1, 1946 Price Five Cents




I RUSSELL KAY SAYS GOV. CALDWELL ASKED FOR IT AND WILL GET IT I



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I FULLER WARREN ,CITES SOME CASES OF "PUNY GRAFT" WHILE HOLLAND WAS GOVERNOR While Florida By RUSSELL Fair directors KAY made I


no provisions for a firework dli-

FACTS Fuller AND Warren FIGURESBy I Woman's Society of Christian Service Presents Life Memberships Tuesday play Florida in Fair connection, they with got one the nevertheless 1944.


This column, after straying oft when Governor Caldwell, ata

t the past two weeks Into a couple of "THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S" NO UNEMPLOYMENT COMP AMERICA'S FAVORITE BIRD Preceeded by Individual Circle I luncheon given in his honor at the

human interest stories, returna this PRESENTS LIFE IN PARISH PAID HERB WEEK FEB. 15 TO BE AVAILABLE FOR TABLE meetings the Woman's Society of I Tampa Terrace Hotel on Governor'i

week to the "beaten path" of discussing SCHOL AND ITS STRUGGLEA I IN LARGER QUANTITIES Christian Service met for its regular Day, hit a pyrotechnic' high in a

t state finance No payments of unemployment : business and" social session speech that Tampans, who heard It,
deeply moving and richly hum. compensation were made In Okee: Fryers and broilers are back from
I want to let you In on some more Tuesday afternoon February 26. will long remember.
oroui exposition of life In a paro chobee county during the week ending j the wan and will be available for
astonishing facts let forth In the The program topic was "Planningin Disregarding! a prepared manuscript -
chial conVent school, "The Belli of Feb. 15, Chairman Carl B. Smithof civilian dinner tablet In greater
Report of the Special Joint Econ Africa for a Lasting Peace." Mri. the Governor took advantageof
St. lIIary.." stars Bing Crosby and the Florida Industrial Commission supply In the next two to four
omy and Efficiency Committee of Hiram Raulerion gave the devotional I an opportunity to get Tkmpa told
s Ingrid Bergman, under the direct reported. week. than at any time during or
the Florida Legislature, 1945, about and Mrs R. E. Link led the discussion In no uncertain terms ias to his feel
ion of Leo McCarey. The offering Throughout FlorliX $125,000 since the war, J. M. Williams\ assistant -
the financial beating the taxpayers wa'i both emphasizing a Christian ing with regard to criticism of his
la reported to be well worthy of the paid out In compensation to state director of the Produce
of Florida are taking because the Responsibility to these underprivileged administration that has been voiced
talent of these three 1944 Academy unemployed Floridians, 5,242 males tlon and Marketing Administration,
atate government does not have a but exceedingly responsive i from time to time In this area.
award winners I and 2,218 females laid today.
central purchasing agency to buy people. In a mapping, snarling tirade anda

the millions\ of dollars of supplies Crosby'i role It that of Father Maximum payments are (15 a Williams pointed out two major During the business hour a Life voice that dripped with sarcasm,

of O'Malley, who takes over the pastor week for 16 weeks Only those registered factor which assure an abundanceof
that department state govern Membership In the W. S. C. S. was he Informed his listeners, comprised
each ship of St. Mary'i after his prede as available for suitable employment fryers and broilers on markets
ment purchase year. Duringthe presented to Mri. F. W. Zander and of Fair Association officials and

summer of 1944, in seven purchases cessor's health his failed under the are qualified to receivethe Until about mid-march I Mr*. W. R. Howell. Also a pledgewas members of all local civic clubs,

of carbon paper by six dif, strain of trying to cope with the payments. Employers with open. (1)) The placement of baby chicks made to the Scarrltt Scholarship that because of the "Tampa Com-

ferent agencies of Florida's state i feminine domination exercised by Ings for the classes of workers unemployed In late November and the flirt half Fund. p'ix" and unfavorable editorials.. he

government, prices per box of 100 the nuns In school affairs Miss may contact the nearest of December In southeastern pro. Hostesses for the afternoon were had been unable to either eat or

t sheets varied from $1.20 to $4.00. i i Bergman has the role of Sister Ben office of the U. S. Employment Ser during areas was roughly a third Mri. Hiram Raulerson and Mrs Roy sleep.

The prices paid and the number of edict, the Sister Superior, who has vices for referrals larger than normal. These are the Draughon from the Belle Bennett Noting that no arrangements had

boxes purchased were ai follows: her own Ideas on the subject of birds now moving to market. Circle. Delicious home made' cake, been made to broadcast his talk, h.

1 box $1.20; 1/8 box $1.25; 2 child education, which do not always NOTABLES CONTRIBUTE TO (2) Little or no cold storage salted nuts tea and coffee were expressed regret that what he had

boxes, $2.25; 6 boxes, $2.92; 12 agree with those of Father ROLLINS ANIMATED: MAGAZINE space la available to handle these I lerved. to say was thus limited to the hearing .

boxes, $3.25, 2 boxes, $3.25; 1 box, O'Malley. The friendly conflict of Winter Park, Feb. 26-The Rolllni birds, and they must be moved Into Others present were Mri. W. A. of the few hundred present.

,- 94 00. Ideas furnishes some of the moat College Animated Magazine came to trade channels for immediate con Lawson,' Mri. C. H. Parkenon, Mrs. lie said that during his short experience
You can see that no reduction In delightful scenes In the picture. Paul Burdeshaw
life for the 19th year last Sunday aumption. Mrs. W. T. Buss, as Chief Executive, he had

price was given for buying in quan However, Father O'Malley discovers afternoon on the college campus Williams said the situation li Mri. F. W. Humphrlei, Miss Martha learned a number of things a Cover

tity, as is the custom when business that Sister Benedict Is richly en. with a five-star list of contributors further complicated by the continued Humphrlei, Mrs P. P. Evans, Mn. nor should never do and then proceeded I

firms buy commodities In large I dowed with a sense of humor, In ad. headed by Grear Carson, Brig. Gen. shortage of poultry food, intensified F. W. Zanders, Mrs Cora Peters to enumerate them.

quantity. The above figures show I dition to a great capacity for ser Carlo. P. Romulus, high commissioner by the conservation of Mri. D. W. Cassel, Mn. W. B. Jen- First, he said, a Governor should
In the largest quantity of carbon vice to mankind and at one pointwe nlngs, Mrs. W. L
I of the Philippines to the U. grains for direct human use in food Burgess, Mrs. D. never become elected to office In

paper purchase-12 boxei-the second see her earnestly teaching a S., Soo Yong Huang, Chinese actress deficit foreign countries ,. Hunt, Mrs. Wade Snell, Mrs. 0. ''a State where "sweat boxes" were

highest price ($3.25 per box) timid youngster to box so that he L. Hunt, Mn. H. A. Proctor, Mri. J. used. Going on the defensive, h,
II and Bob Feller, Cleveland Indians' "With prices now below ceiling,
was paid.During. II can lick the school bully. pitcher. Williams asserted, "meal-planning A. McNeil), Sirs Nathan Zelmeno- denied that any such contraptions

the summer of 1944, four i Menace li Introduced by a rich but The event was the highlight of the housewives will find fryers and vltz, Mrs. W. R. Howell, Mrs D. R. existed, and laid that confinement {

states with central purchasing agencies -!j! unbelieving capitalist who seeks the 61st Founders' Week program and broilers a good buy, pound for McNelll, and four visitors, Mn. cells" were authorized by legislative t
purchased carbon paper at i' Alexander Sprunt of Charleston S.C. t
(|condemnation of the shabby old attracted about 10,000 subscribers, pound, as well as a whoesome, en- act and therefore no responsibility
prices ranging from 48 cents ., Mrs. Humphries of Texas
school because he wants it as a largest number since the start of Ijoyabl }, and healthful food. An Mrs of his
!.4\ $200 per box. Prices paid per Brown of Palatka, and Mrs. M. C.
He laid he had
parking lot for the grand new build I the war. The thirteen contributors extra meal or two of broiled or personally inspected -

for carbon paper were as tOI ing he la erecting next door. When to the magazine read their manuscripts fried chicken, at the lame time, McClary of South Carolina. one and found it roomy, comfort
60 cents
California
; Father O'Malley and hie nuns go to from a canopied platform will\ help solve the problem of tem- able and well ventilated. "Of course"

$1.M; Connecticut, $1-20; Ohio work en kirn,.with simple faith and that served aa the editorial office; I porary overenpply of -America'. favorite MORRIS BARNETT RETURNED le aald, "I ..m probably at fault for
85 cents to 200. HOME AFTER FIFTEEN insisting that be
not such cells
unbounded optimism ai their chief and the subscribers sat out doors on Sunday bird.
Why should California, infinitely weapons, the menace Is dispersed bleachers and camp stools. MONTHS OVERSEAS equipped with conditioning and (
inferior to Florida In numerous
Crosby sings several old favorite M. C. GIBSON DIED IN MIAMI Furnished with Innerspring mattresses.
way., be able to buy carbon paper President Hamilton Holt, originator Morris Barnett has received his ."

for 60 cents a box while Florida devotional numbers, Including "Ad. of the magazine, served lied. discharge from the army and returned P
Marcus Cameron Glbaon, 50, of
Next he reviewed hit statement '
este Fldeles". He also lings one new itor with Dr. Edwin 0. Grover, vice to Okeechobee Monday. He
box? The ,
much
pays as as $400 per 1060 N. W. 7th Street, died at his with reference to Florida's football
number, "Aren't You Glad You'reYou of Rollins, as the pub was discharged at Camp Blanding
Is that the State of Call president
answer
21. He
home Thursday, February that
team, stating a losing team was
? composed for the picture by lisher. Sunday afternoon.
fornla has a central purchasing came to Miami 25 years ago from a poor advertisement for the State
Burke Van Heusen. Mist Bergman He spent fifteen months overseas,
agency while our own stat government Okeechobee, Florida. H* was a and reflected on our manhood. H*
lings a little Swedish folksong and I going first to Italy and after the
EXPOSITIONIN
has none. CENTRAL FLORIDA World War I veteran, and was a criticised in Times editorial .
was a Tampa
the boys' choir Is heard In choral fighting was over in Europe he was
On June 5, 1944, a governmental PROGRESS AT ORLANDO member of the Harvey Seed. Post for hit statement to the effect
numbers transferred to the Pacific without
dapertment of Florida purchased a Orlando, Feb. 25.With attendance American Legion. that "Florida's football team
coming back to the United StateiH .
four-drawer, letter-size, 150-pound I The supporting cast Includes Hen Survivors include hit wife, Mn.: possessed neither the ability to
record. broken at the
being
was stationed at Manilla\ at the
filing cabinet for $6050 Later, similar ry Travert as Bogardus, the capital. Helen Gibson, a brother, Charles CGibson "
Florida State Victory Fair in Tam. time he started home.REPRESENTATIVE fight nor the ability to win.
filing cabinets were purchased 1st Ruth Donnelly as Sister Michael, Miami and sister I
of
both
a ,
Lynching cam for discussionand
I pa two weeks ago, and record crowds up
by other units of Florida's the Sister Superior's chief aide: Mrs. Alma Heatherington, of Ken. I
the Governor denied that
attending both the Sara-de-Sota pageant LAMER AND any
for $4750 and .tat.1 Joan Carroll as Patsy, neglected
government $ ansvllle, Florida.
lynching had occurred In this State
in Sarasota and the Florida Orange PARTY VISITORS HERE
On 1 1944 another state waif who finds new hope and rehabilitation -
July agency Services will be held Monday,
I Festival In Winter Haven last FOR WEEK-END He laid that according to the dictionary
paid $6000 for a four-drawer, letter at St., Mary'i; William February 25 at 2:00 p. m. in Combo a lynching must be accompanied
week Orlando Is expecting to play
size file. The lowest price for a I Gargan ai her father, Martha Sleeper host to the largest crowd In Its Chapel, with Dr. Everett Smith of. A group of Avon Park businessmen by a mob and confusion and

letter filing cabinet, found In the as her mother, and Rhyi Wll ficlatlng. headed by Representative C, .
visitors In for the he pointed out that when the alleged
of vouchers Yams, Dickie Tyler and Una O'Con history ai com
sample analyzed,
was E. Lanier were visitors who spent
colorful Central Florida Exposition, Active pallbearer are! Michael Negro rapis war taken from

$39.50. nor. which opened here on Monday.A Karai, Louis Lanay, Homer Prather, last week-end In Okeechobee fishing the jail In Madison County, strung

Thus Florida paid prices of $6050 Leo McCarey, in addition to pro. John Yawn, John Dunay, Aubrey and vacationing. Beside Mr. Lanier up and hit body riddled with bu:.
national record was let in
$47.50, $5150. $6000 and $3950, respectively during and directing, wrote the original Joyner. Honorary pallbearers are: those In the party were W, S. Betts, lets, there was no evidence of etthr..

for five different four. story, and Dudley Nichols was : Tampa two weeks ago for attendanceat Fernandez Azua, Edward Parker, R. R. Brown, D. G. Perry, E. G. a mob or confusion Someone simply

drawer letter files. Connecticut, buying responsible for the screen play. a State Fair. Thousands Sara-de-Sota of spectators and John McGuire. Touchton, Hal Nunnlee and Nell opened the jail door with a key,

through a central purchasing Music was under the direction of attended the Internment will\ follow in Wood. Kluebur,. took the luckless prisoner out and
agency, In the summer of 1944 paid Robert Emmett Dolan. pageant In Sarasota last week and
lawn Park Cemetery with American "murdered" him. "I don't think w.
only $31.88 for every four-drawer, "The Bells of St. Mary'i," a Rain. final tabulation on attendance figures Legion services at the grave;MiamHerrftd. Mr. and Mrs I. W Register were ought to smear Florida," the 00.,.

letter-slze file purchased. bow Production for RKO Radio release at the Florida Orange Festival visitors who spent Sunday in Wau- ernor exclaimed. "The State I U
In Winter Haven showed that more
The failure of the Stat of Florida la heralded as one of the chula vl.ltlng'relatlvea and friends. spending $500,000 a year to tell the
had vl.ltedFlorlda'i
than 100,000
to take advantage of purchasing really great pictures of the year, persons ON WAY HOME good things about Florida, while our

In large quantities li clearly shownIn and will\ be shown at the Sunrise greatest citrus shows. exist" press shakes with plush-bottomed

the buying of envelopes. On I Theatre, Ft. Pierce Fla, four big With thousands of people comingIn Pearl Harbor, T. H.-(Special to While one might gather that it is Indignation and point out that this

June 30, 1944, an office purchased days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and to Orlando daily to attend the Okeechobee News) T/5 George entirely wrong for the press to State li unique,-that It had the

25 manila envelopes at four cents Monday, March 1, 2, 3 and 4. Box special events at the Central FlorIda Butts, of Okkeechobee, Florida, il criticize such conditions, It li per. only lynching In the country last

each. On July 10, 1944, another unit office open daily at 12 noon. Fea exposition, featuring exhibits of one of many veteran returning to fectly proper for a Governor to do year."
Florida livestock, fruit and vegetable the States aboard the U. S. S." Gen.
within the same department bought ture starts 12.20: 2:40, 5:00, 7:20 10 In Justifying the expenditure of While stressing the fact that w*
60 large n anlla envelope at two I and 9:40.Mrs : Industries, It li expected that eral Sturgis, a Navy transport of public funds to rectify them. This should only publicize the good
another record will be established the "Magic Carpet" fleet. This ship
cents each. During July, 1944, a was one of the many inconsistencies things about the State, the Governor .
before the closing day on Saturday; left Yokohama, Japan February 4
,
governmental commission In Governor'i
purchasedthree the talk.It .
then turned his
C. P. Gaulding will\ leave today attention to recounting
dozen manila envelopes at I for Mobile, Ala, after spendinga and Is scheduled to arrive In San li a matter of record that giving the deplorable condition
Nathan Zelmenovltt, R. B. MSI- Pedro about February 16. The U. S.
fifty cents a dozen and a department week her visiting friends and pitiless publicity to the so-called that existed today In our State Instltutlons .

bought 40 No. 10 envelope at five I relatives.in erve, H. H. Raulerion and J. O. S. General Sturgis U one of the "bad things" on the part of a courageous the Hospital for the Insane -

cent each. In the ample of Touch I I Wolff, were visitor at West Palm Navy'i many transports which supported press hai forced politiciansto at Chattahoochee and the Industrial .

ers studied, only two Instances were I Beach yesterday afternoon where the seizure of atepping-atone take action toward their elimination School for Boyi at Mart-

found In which envelopes wen pur small quantities of a few dozenat they went to confer with a young bases to Japan by maintaining a In crossing swords with the anna.

chased In thousands.It a time seems ai absurd as trying doctor about locating here If and continuous supply line to the Fleet, newspapers on an Issue of this sort, Holding up actual photograph

seems accurate to assume that to wag modern war with bows when he i Ia discharged from the ground troops, and hor-bai air the Governor ii asking for It and for those In the room to see, he told

the multitude of state government and arrows. And It li hard, very Army. forces. basing my judgment on 30 yean ofnewspaper of the dilapidated buildings, the inadequate .

agencies buy literally million of hard, on the taxpaying public's experience, I am Inclinedto facilities and laid that

envelopes each year. To buy them pocketbook. Advertise In The News Subscribe to The News think he will GET IT. those "barbarisms ihould no longer


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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY MARCH I, 1946Bhcccljnlu'c

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; ;; Miss Evelyn- Peacock of- CaniJon l-POLITICAL- - --- ----i,-ran; Taut-;along; -Tonn.hlp line, to' the : News '
Advertise in Okeechobee
(( ( JNcfas Kant boundary of Stole Rood No. 20.as .
I Ark, niece 'of C F. Peacock, ANNOUNCEMENTS now Inpatpd I thence In a Southerly .
1I1r'l ilh-pptlon along the Keel boundary ot
and Mrs. Dudley of Truman, ? I inlet Slain Ttnnd No. 20 to' the Interaction __ __._ __ ,_ $}
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
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Published Every Friday by the were "'week-end guests o'f Mr. and :I THE LEGISLATUREI nf of cold State road, highway with tilt No.:NorthInundory 8, I

Okeechobee New Co., at Okttch- I Mrs. C. F. Peacock.. i whldi I Is nlno Inter.pptloii of Parrot
bee, Okeechobe County. Florida I I wish to announce that I am a Arpnup end North Pnrk Street I In the '
Cllv, of Okppphobue thence run \Vpst.nlnnir .
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-- ------- ; : '' candidate for reelection HI Representative the North boundary of Stnte X. C. B. CONSTRUCTION Caw

BRYANT DOWDEN ....... Editor I I"C-: IZTIOPIu.SCIIOOl'I' In the Legislature for I I.lllirhnnNn::' S to the KlMluimpeItlvpr : I,:
CIIIU> thpiipp, VnrthwpHterlv along the I
Okeechobee County In the Democratic Feat hunk nf the Klu.lmnipn, River tn "CAN DO"r ,
Entered" an gppnnd. pin. matter July Immunizations will\ be given for I the Intpriipollnii, f the Tnirn.hln linn ,
1. 101 f lit thp Po.t Office In Okeepliobee II I 1 Primary May 7. Okpifbnhpe and ferrous M
Fin., under.. Act of Ktr. 8. 1S7 whooping cough,, dipthorla I and i W. J. (Bill) HENDRY fount dividing;:: :lea: thence: r.n.t long Township: I of work '
for
smallpox to all pre-achool childrenat line, tn HIP paint nf hPirlnnlno Equipped any type ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I the City Hall Clinic every Thursl : FOR C01' TY COMMISSIONER Vrt DISTRICT"!hi'inf punier NO. nf 3. Section IU-Kliiiiliiit 1. at 1'own-1 the' and anxious to bid on YOUR job .
One Year in advance .$2.00Sir chip nn Smith,. linno-p 31 Hn.t.:
Months In advance . l-JJ l \' for the month of :March. Clinic : DISTRICT NO. TWO runs /Smith In. the Snit'hpn.t corner of
In advance ." will at 1 end close at 11"i.pnn| VI InniLhlp, .17 !Smith. Mange: OKEECHOBEE FLA. 1
:Three Months i i I begin p. m. !I I wish to announce that I am a 10\ Flintthoiipe: : \Ve.t: clone Rpitlnn line; P. O. Dox 715 ,
3pm, office I IntprsiPiliin: of State '/
1ft'' candidate for reelection to the | tn the lltchwnvl
tlPII"tntr! notfpps In loCAl rolnmn I 1211!) and\ Stnte Hlarhwnv Nn. R, which N
pent II line It.tpa fnr itl.pl.y' ao>..rr.... I I of County Commissioner from chin HIP loter.eetl'ii"'' f PArrot Avenue . 'I ,
nrnhhad tppllrntlnn n Street In t the Cltvnf .
on Pnrk .
rt.W i nod' North
IflPd" artvprtl.ln 5 Tanta each word FOR SALE 1500 Watt Koehler District Two (Basslnger! ) for Okee- I Okoeib.ilipo' :: thence In a NortherlylireeHnn I -----.-. --- --- --- -- -- -
oar. Innortlon All ItMnii rooJrllr"tn" n- Light Plant In first class condition chohee! Bounty In the Democratic ( n'i'HIT the Knot bnnndnrv nf' I II
tprprl.pn condnotpd fnr profit arepharffpuMe State high"'v Nn. 2n! tn HIP North
lit advertising ritea. Price 30000. S M. Swain Primary to be heM :May 7, 1919. linunilarv nf Soollmi S, Town.hip 8flniitli :

en the Phone 34, Okeechobee.NCIIES W. F. WALKER along::: T Itaniro:, 'h\IIJ?: :, tn: the thence point Kast ofHISTHirT I SPECIAL BOOKING
IIlIn"
An>prtl"tnp MI'n ere
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I h"IllInlna.
let of pnrh month PartlPa nnkn"wn tpnMlnhers
Advance FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER :NO 4, Boitlnnlnir nt the 1
required to PST In R.\ AND CATTLE GRAZING intersection of the Rant boiiiidnry of

.. .. .. .. . DISTRICT NO. 4 !Slate' highway No. 2f and the North
TI. .'v...V'V V'V'V TRACTS ARE .SALE.\ LE NOW. hnniHlnn of Stoic highway, No 8, and : 4 DIG DAYS Fri Sat. Sun. Mon
W EAR E CONNECTED WITH | I take this opportunity to announce Smith nlong Pout bouudnrv of
that I candidate for reelect. !Stale Illfflmn,' :Nn "9 to the 17 foot
am a
Local and Personal, MONEYED: I'F. TORS. IF INTERESTED I I w.tnr1' | of lake Okppchobpe: thencemeandering
1234CROSBYBERGMAN
ion as County Commissioner for I HIP 17 font wntpr. levelline March 1
IN SELLING. WRITE HORACE
.................................... M. SHERWOOD P. 0. BOX I District No.4. nuMeet to the Demo i Kl.nlinnipp In a Snnthwp.tPi-lv. Itlvprthpnpe. : rtlrpptlon In tothw aNnrthweeicrly
1 f crntlc Primary to be held May 7. 1 dlrn-tlnn along the
851 CORAL GABLES FLA. WITH Kn.f tinnk, nf the Kl.nlinmpe ulcer to
Mr. Z. Kt' Ilium an \.t.ltor c E. DRAWDY the North boiindnrv of State HlfrhwsvNn I
who pont Tut...\lnin Lalcp Placid LESLIE H. COO IBES. BROKER. I I S: Oh"II" tenet clone the North , :
tiniiniliiry.of Store Illshway No 8. to gAp 9pt!
vUitlng hind and relativesMri. I 1 FOR !MEMBER: OF SCHOOL BOARD the paint of bpplnnlnpnilTRK'T I I I
I I I N Nla
FOUNDERS: WEEK AT SOUTHERN: DISTRICT NO. 1 I NO t 1I"rflllltllllf1: the ...
1' I! Viiithpimt miner" nf <;i II,,n 21 1'"wl.i 1
Bertha Bergcnstein nod eon''; COLLEGE \KE1\NI:" TO BE I| I wish to announce that I am a bin :M7 Smith. llnniri, W Vn.t: nod j 110 MiCAMY'S

Bucky, were vl.Hor. spending Sun :MOST COLORFUL EVER HELD candidate for reelection' an n member runs siiili, mi lltu illvlillim Martin''
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and Okeophnhpp rmnitlos to the the Bells of]
day inVent Palm Beach Lakeland Fla, Feb. 2fl.-(Sp..cIR6"The I of the School Board of Okcocho- f'ut. water |level of Isle: Okecchoboe; i ithniiop I
nipnnderlnff the 17 foot asterbidl ,. .
most colorful Founders' 1 I bee County from District No. 1 In \ I line In n Nnrthwi
Little Miss Mary Helen Williams I week ever held at Florida Southern I I the Democratic Primary :May 7. I many In ,the:JO:!.HiiKt which hniindnn I. n'so' tin of Keel State' hound-high I StMarySI

If spending this week with her college"! Dr. Luild M. Spively president 1 I will. appreciate your vote and support Inv nf tho parr Fimt Avenue bonnilnn: thpnpi nfnrp.nld.'' :North.nlonc toMie I RKO-IAMO nowi{ 4

grandparents at Zolfo Springs. I announces the annual eelt'brll'I I North: hnunilarv of State Hlirhwa |
I W. H. Nn S': II,,,,,,.. rant to the point ofUnnrd
tion to be held on the campus :March HARDEN'I hl'Jrlnnlng.,
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'olrl. I. W. Register was called to II 11 to 17. FOR REPRESENT.\TIVE IN THE Okppphnhpp nf County(Cnnnfv f1nmml..lnners Florida ,

\Vauchula Tuesday on account of The program for the week 1st I LEGISLATURE By f*. E. Drnwdv. Chalrinan.Attest Sunrise Theatre --- Ft. Pierce

the serious Illness of her father. Monday March lit 6:00: p. m..1 To My Friends) : Mnhrt (r''..'rk lUiilcrnon.of ItnnrdiCnnntr .

dinner for students "A Night! of CunimlsKloiipro Scull)
I wish to announce that I am a ...
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Miss Davis who I li Fun. I candidate for the office of Repre- = : -
Shirley employed -
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Tuesday, March 12: 10:00: a m. -- --------- ------------
In the office of the County I sedative In the Florida Legislaturefrom 1
coronation of "Miss: Southern"; 3001
Superintendent of Public Instruct Okeechobee County for the
m., "A Day In the Old South";
ion at Miami, pent the past week p I first time, In the Democratic Primary
8:30: p. m., Outdoor Festival. to be held !May 7. I will
end In Okeechobee with her parents appreciate HOSPITAL URGEDThe
W..dnrada.hrch! 13: 11 :00
and vote.
Mr. and Mn. A. Vf. Davis a'i your support
m, Investure of seniors; 1-00: p. JOE BONGIOVANNIFOR

exhibits of art department; 3:00: p. I
Mr. and !Mrs Vernon Stairs and
MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD
m., address by Dr. Dana Coman,
Mra. N. 0. Stewart returned to their
FROM DISTRICT NO. 3
physician to Oranfnll and Byrd expeditions ;
home here after need for and medical facilities for the I
Wednesday night { ; 6:00: p. m., dinner to I wish to announce that I am a hospital peoplein
'pending the week Virginia I .
put j candidate for reelection
Lakeland high school seniors 8:00p. : as a m..m.ber
; and about Okeechobee County is urgent. The effort now
and Pennsylvania where they wentto
m. "Taming of the Shrew", by of the School Board from District -

visit Mrs. Stewart's son, Don, whole the Vagabonds, In Pipkin ban.1 hell. I No.3, subject to the Democratic being put forth by a group of representative citizens of our
in the Navy.Mra. .
Thursday, March I4t 11:00: a. m., Primary to be held May 7.

I recital of folk ongi! and ballads cf School District No. 3 comprises Basslnjrer community to obtain such services needs and must have the .,

J. T. Hancock and Miss Scotland in costume; 3:00: p. m., Fort Drum and Potters.I .
Pearl) Pearce were visitors spending I Physical education department review will appreciate your vote and II backing of all of us. Let's continue our efforts until we have

Saturday and Sunday In Orlando I ; 0:00: p. m. dinner for seniorsof suppot. I I a good hospital and the. support of all of us along these lines is .. ..
where they went to attend tho ," "
ceremonies -
high schools, 'Fashion Sym W, J. THOMAS

of Foundera Week at Rollin. ( phony", by the charm M 'hool; 8:00: I vorirrVoHw : urged and requested by those who are working hard to obtain I J

College, p. r,., musical program by Eleanor l. hi-rohv e'ven' thAt the
I I rnniM nf fnnnntr rnmmlenlennre of this addition to our community.
Sea rip Whitney school of music, rn.'...h"h"n r. nnntv .. very necessary
FI.rMa' hv Tio.nlnMnn
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J. L. Dauirherty of Jacksonville I him,. Eleanor Searle Whitney guest ndnnfn rVhrnfirr K Tll,(., I
I 1, I Jinro ftinncn-.t the boundaries nf tP,
was a visitor spending last week at soloist |-. Pnnntv rronmlwlnnpr'a' 1'1"'nl.l '
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Imllantown with his parents, Mr. I Friday, March lit 11:00 a. m., i In trim' .ni.tr.nPh''n", : :
and Mrs. J. A. Daughtry. On his way meeting; 12:80 p. m., chancellor's', , ,
I i n 1 "M'n"'nl 0' the
back to Jacksonville he stopped : luncheon; 3:80: p. in., convocation, 1 1I ', chin wnr4lnree" 'SR Snnh, en.nor"nnan"t 11..110"M Feat n To"n.1 I KEEP OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MONEY IN OKEECHOBEE

ever In Okveehobee and spent Sat. I Col. Cornelius\ Vanderbilt Whitney P..I In flip Vnrfhset corner nhArn n'

ur.lnv. with Mr nncl\ Mrs. Z. K. Wll- 'p<,nklor; 8'30: p, m., reception of I""nn, .1 n'en"nahin' ''a1 south Rnnce I
.
S In" ''pupa ran 11"1 n'; 11111 ito ..5 i
Lams, ncclal guest. I '1",. 11,. Nnrthmtat WHIP nf !In.. I II
I ,1, ,," fl T"unthln' ?4 Smith rtfiii' o 10
a'nai : 41 ,'n me ran Fnef moos Taira 1
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I .'," lion fhnnrtheit. armor of : Bank

Adne'liumratr' 1 I''In I""II"n envtlenpe' 1 'l'own."ln run'II 1I"'h lI"nlt Tln""n mans i OkeeChbeFJeOunty:;

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1 ., "C I "C lone dtnllina' n".hnI, nn.!

From where I sit.. bff Joe Marsh I wnrh P.i"r.t Hooflnn' Irt Tmrn.hln 11: c H McNULTY: President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vlce-Pree. and Cashlei
I ninny: Tnwnehln:| 1nlll'n'f;; f: the|tlip"coVr.niifhw.:.:,tnr
or nf ..orflnn)1 T"",-,,")in 11ii I N. RAY C AR:10LL.'cc.t'rea.: R. G. DYNES, Asst. Cashier
.1> Ttnnirp! rn.t' fhonop run DIRECTORS
I 3 nrih,,, nlnnir
moire lino fn the point'
j I v ti,."._f"nlnntttaTntrT McNULTY JOIN ROE Sr.
Ollie! and N. RAY CARROLL C. II. : ,
Mapes i NO ? Hii'nnp! | of 11,.
.rib ..' eerier nf eeettnn 1 Tnwnhi. I V'.LEN :\RKHAM: Jr. S. II :McDOUGALD E. M. 1IESERVE
1 n'l s.nill. Hnniro ", Enet. nml '
eel The Streamlined House I .. i.. intli,, ninth melee linn to till, J. O. PEARCECOMPANY
CI ?111''.'1.) earner rf Rreii.n, I "(1 Townhiii .
1, C! 11 """.,t" Pnniro ?1 Fine'i these 1.i 1.-------- ....- ,- .,..--.-,-..-.----..-.--.-.-.-.--......-, ...- -..- -
The other day a construction firm 'You know" quotes Ollie, "it ,
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act up an exhibit in the courthouse takes a heap of living to make a

equare. They built a new "house of home. -, -

the future"-and Invited folks to
Looking around,I see what Ollla

see Drew it quite a crowd -with the means.of A a life room well crowded spent-and with memories the i FLORIDA AMUSES ENT EEQ86BEE[ [

women sighing over the shiny friendly habits of a happy home,

kitchen, and the men admiring the from a blazing old-fashioned fire,

heating units and insulation. to a mellow glass of beer with

All except Ollie Mapes. He looks friends. From where I sit, those
around a spell and goes home. things do more to make a home I Starts Monday March 4th Till Saturday March 9tH

When I get there, he's sitting be. than inoJirn 1 streamlined gadgets.

fore his old dutch fireplace, with I .

his feet on the screen, and :a mel Q, 11f.aw.
low glass of beer in hand. 0'" Auspices LIONS CLUB and AMERICAN LEGION

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Copyright 19-Mi, I'/uW Shits Bremen Foundation 135 FEET HIGH SWAYING POLE *,---- - ,


FREE ACT $ ,
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: 'Lj.;1I"G! FIXTURES THE ROYALS 'f'e l t


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Electrical and Household SuppliesKITCHEN ::1 II Fireworks Every Night


FERRIS WHEELS I

MERRY.GO ROUND '
SINKS r '

CHAIR 0' PLANE -tr '' tr

30x21 30x18 OCTOPUSLOOP

24x18 24x16 O' PLANE ''

FIVE KIDDY RIDES

' WILD LIFE SHOW

BEAUTIFUL CEILING FIXTURES ' MONKEY CIRCUS

CIRCUS SIDE SHOW

II SNAKE SHOW < 7 y

EBNER'S GAY NEW YORK GIRL SHOW

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UNBORN SHOW __

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Ft. Pierce Main Street Show Grounds


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'. runny, ". i, i 4 THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS f

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: ; GAY NEW YORKERS NOTICE NOTICE \PPIICATIOV FOB J.vl,

, Notice li hereby given the I TAX GEED I r
..' Board of Cnnntv Commissioners of Notice Is hinhv given that Omar
Okppphohpe Cnnntv: Florl,la. hy RPD I., llnnf the holler of the following' : ; I II
; J' Million n.loptlF..hrl1ary 18, 1010 certificate hail filed H avid certificate Mason Builder
harp rh nn god the boundaries of the for a tn* need to he Issued thereon
r.1'rtt'n! Preelncti of sold County and Shut certificate numbers and yens ofIssuance I I II
here prpntPl adllflonal Preplnetst that tho ilis rlpllnn of. the property
and the names In which It wasatseaeo4 I
HIP Election Precincts of aali) Connty
Ore an folln"'A:
an rhnnffPd Ore as follow Certificate Nn 1203 and 1204. year Fireplace and Chimney Expert

prtrctvrr NO 1. rteelnnlncr at of Isximnco 1IM2.
the Nnrthwent pal-neon f lI"rtln It Description of property:
nn-n.Mn' II' South nnnirn :II Pant Iota 4. fl. 5 end 0 Blk 122 City
end '''0. Taut': to' the Vnrthpnut corner nf OkeechobeeVnme .
f ,f Section t. Townnlilp 11 South In which assessed Unknown
1 d.I. nnnnn 3l F.n.I' thence South to the All of anil. property being In the!I Stucco Plastering & Cement Block
Ci of
initv of Okcirlmliee. State
N rthwest pornei1 of Solution ft. Town'
.I. ; ."In H !South name ?H 1'oot: : thence PlorlilnI' . I
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. .. anch certlflmtu or certlflcnloi
1='1 .. 11'0.1 to the Northonni p"l'npr ot Seetan shall Ic r..dp"I1Ip,1 according to Work
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1. Toirnitlln U South ftaniro 981 i the inscribed In inch,
J I Inw property|
lane' t,,plPP South ninny rnnr" line, certlflcnte or ccrtlflrntci will! ho meld I
". the Southeast earner af !Q..ttno0| : tn the highest hitler' at the courthouse r
\" wmhln 11 South Ttnnfp 111 leech!I door "n the" first Monday In 1 I
IiWeet alone Townnhln line tointn.pntlnn the month of Mirch lain. which
I..I) th. of the rant' hOllo the 4th dav .f Mirch: : 194n 1.1 General ContractorNO
:: c Cltnt" Tlt' hween.. 211 ""n"1 Anted thin' 2Mh dm of
V .." Mont' I"n.t ho"o"nr" of lots,
n,I lwnrn 70 the Tonnnhln' line Seal( ) MM1PI P, I
\I 11 IAtnn Tntrrehtn: : 1nnl 11' thence ('terk' if Circuit .rnnllnr"j
'" I :. n, nlml. Tnwn.htn 'Inn' to they Ok<.echobee
i j ..uh-0.I 0n.ner of !notion, II Tnn'n 1 --- - JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
GIRL REVUE NOTICE OF INTFXTIOX
""" vt dnth Tlno' 9I I 1"n. thenonlr
't ...h ntmnn rn..rr. line. I" the nntnt 8.:1.1. I.\NO
, At the Okeechobee Festival / ..' NOTICE IS IllltFnV GIVEN that
"""/'n.I"1' "O.a. n".IolI'o' et the pursuant li Section IS (ii I II. i'hapter2on.1 ,
. .. .. "' .C fie Section 1 Tnwn 1 1.hln ><. Lows of rlln'Acti, if 1011
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k I" end I..rllOIl n;. limit 11717 Laws
ANTHONY' B. CASOBox
11 donut. Ttnnirn 11 Fmt en.llnn. | |
't I of Plorlln Acts of loll! 1. hi mcendodhr I ,
NOTICE chin :in s.uth e -".t tn lb. lnathnn.t anrnm of
Image :in Fnst nut cllon 11. Chapter .On.8 Inns of
t .:. Notice I Is hereby given that the rune Siinlh on I M Hire Hue to the 17 I.ynnn I ,,n 11 Tnn".hln 9n finnth Pnnofffie : llorlda Arti "f 10(1 and a1s pnr I
i Board of Public Instruction of Okee- toot wntir level, nt Lnkp Okuchnl : r..... tle"oo "'".. to the. End': molt milt, to s,.,tl,,n 42. Miapter 20722Liins 632 Okeechobee, Florida Phone 62.3
<< chobee Ooitntx F'nrhln hnve changed th '!" In n :iiihniHterh' direction 0r. .' f..I"m" Dieoe thence ''II na rf P orlli, .let, lit 11VI1 ns I
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tho hoiiinlnrUs nf the Three SihonlPlstrlits thou. unit 17 tart water level to the -. _"..,,' fllreptlonfil n''"' mmu'rded, lSpit'on n chnitir .".070.1 I II
of until County and Slidhoiindnrlig , I end' -.... 0' the Tlldmmae Pl.eo' t"l 1 florid
lro.I""h',1 I:"Ht line of State IIll1'h\\'ny I linn ot 1 In .Seto"t 1111: and
as changed are ni fol-I :Ni,. '''" h".lorv. hph'p O.ranln :; :;
; 211 nm known as I'nrrottv.nne!, nndi i Koctlon II (liniler 20722) laws of I
f/ 1 inlet: I I thence Nirlh aliing the rnst h"uIIlnr P'-orhehna 'on"U" ,henna Pn.r. 1"lo'Iln. Acts if 1141! n, amended In I III -
, DISTRICT. 1. reglnnlng at the if tate IIlilh"'II0.: 2fl tij th,' lore' i -I .".. ,t ""noln,,' line to the point S .,' 1 21. Clmt, 2-07'. lawn f I
I Inti.octlnn of the Township line dlvIllne' .,.film if wmhln hue IMllnir, I' r ..n.lnnlnn. 1'lor"I"rll lOt 1H1! the f llonl'"III\
Township 11: an I 11'1'Ith the T"\\'lIoh'I'a' 11: nnd 30.( thence Past "TF"n l' Ttoi-lnnlnir nt the dtscrllid' \ 'litnU In OI"cl'l..II.e! I'ouo'y' ,
1':nut I loiiiindnr of State Highway No. nloag Township line to the point of lo'a"n.fnn nf the Ton....Mn line I t'Inrlln I ,' tn.n H i,
t 21 nnd runs In n Southerly direct! in. he: ; I .1rAn 'ra_ ....". 0. ca.. 'l nod Ch. 1ate, 1 to 4 Ine. nik 1v2. City of
nine the East hnnnndarjr of Stnte 1r1S1'ItICT NO, 1' Heirliiiilii it HiN I "..t h""n" 0' "'.'" TTI."o ...., Okppcholtpp ,
I I1ll1'hwnio.. 20 to the IT foot waterevII : "rthnist corner of Section: fl, Town "" ...,f ...... ........ .1....., .t." ". ... Iota 1 and I :1 tn 12 nik M, Cltvof her'
, 1 of Inko Okeechobee; thenceSouthwestern hlp :II South' Itonin.' II flint anil 1 1I ...,San.. of flnCo TT1nn.. h'o ""l tomro.hln (/Aeeehnhee I
along the 17 foot water rum Fnst on 't'mvnehlp I 'HUP, to the Ilea rll.l,..1.,0 Tnwnehln. lots 1 to 12: hue. Bib ED City of
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4 |eMl iifun-Knll, tii the Month of the Northnnut corner of Seethe 1. Tae nMl and nehen n "''.n' nl-nn sell Okeeehohee
KIsHlmmec Ither: thence In n Northwestern I . 11 South nnnc-f 33 East : thence a. .p..I.In u,.." n., ".o ... "'''''''.' nnrnnr I,' t. 7 to 11 Ine. rtlk isn Cltof
direction along the Flint South on linnet HUP to thp Norftienstpornpr ..' vaeCn "1 Townehln 75 !Snnlh' okopphobpeIot II
hon'lIIIror the Klsslmmee lllver tot of leitlon' n. Township 3t flange It End: thence North nloo" < 4. B, S and. 0. Elk 12:!. City ,
the Intorsecflon of the North hound Smith. Rnnite in East : thence Taut rnn.0 uInn. tn time nrlh""ot capon of okppcholpeIota I I x av 1, / 1
nn of Section 10 Township 3fl South nloni Tnwnshln llnp to the Nortlienuton"t -a dnoClnn n Tn'.onhin' n1 enull 7 to 11 Ine. Blk 17 < Itvnf l ,\ i I uI
a linniro 11 Tnmt : thence East to the I nr of flection 1. Townwhln :1-1 ......... nRnd 'hn00n n.... nlnnnn nkeeehnbro I I I I
Somithenst corner of Section 11, Township South. paean in Tint : thene South : nd'I Nan tn. time "I"t "f bn 1nnnrrlVnT loin 1 to II) Ine. nail 11. Wh 11'7.I I
111 S mth. Range 33 Past : thence n'nnr Range line to the Southeast . t'itr of Okeerhnhre I
North nlong flange line to the NortlM corner nf Section 1(1( Township :11: 'In 4. t1."o'n"' etho Lots 2. 1. n nail 7. nib 2!. Wrlllh"A
'('.t corner of Section fl. Township' :IISnnth I lonth. finnse in Fnst: thence West on '"e nr.nnnne n' the North hnnn Anrven laf Add. I nknTrt
Tlnnire 84 Fnst : thence End To"'nnlilp' llnp to HIP Southwest p"r. >n r'tnhn'n''o CI and the End': lot 0. Blk 111 City of Okeeehoheo I
along Tonnnhln line rlhdlnir|/ Town : nor of SppHnn 11. Township SI: Smith. -.In... n/ dente TT'.Io"ov Nn !In lot 1. lilt 1 n. City nf Okeochohee
hips, IT: and 10. to the point of \f- tan p S4 Faiit': : thpnpe !South along ----,00 lnp thnnnn er".10 nloo.ln": lots 1 to n Ine, Blk 34 City of I '
elnntngDISTRICT' I Rnn o line. I" time qonthpn.t rorn.r ov t ........An.v n' "'"t" Plahwnp "n nn'u Ok..h..hr" 4rba
the Soptlon 11 Tn".hln Ifl Tot L Blk 100. Cite nf Okeephnhee
NO 2. Beginning lit Snnth Range 17 'M' "'n>an 1n1 nf Tfni ". I
Northeast corner of Section 1. Town 11 Font : thenYeet to the Enut hnnk i n.o.ah-hnn Ihnncn dmliwn.M.'r Inta 1 to 20 IIII'I r.lk. in : lots l'' M
I .f the Mmlnimpo' litter: thence In a -Io..nii "T laol ,..... Iepnl to th.1'nrfhon.t to 20 Ine. lilt. :22: : I.on: 1 to 21 r' / f J
\1ol'lh..I..rh. rtlrpptlon. ninny the e00n.r nl 1'.t !Kn 5 Inn Blk 21 Northwest A,1o1111011LotR
I'IIAI honk of cold river to the Ouppnlnovpctholipp I, '''on0n "" ".' en n.,,'-. nn dente TTI-h., : 1 to 17 Inc? Blk 17nod. I
rountlino- thpno 1::nut I W fie nt,4 nrnr TlmnVtn PrnnVpHnnlni Inn I I'nrk ,1t1It'on111 '
i'on cold County hnnnilnrv line to ......Oft \nuh..n.tnplr ninny ofAnil \\' he off,'rod for anle at nnolle nut
GILBERT the -p?Int of tiporlnnlnenovin I r-nth M fhn o"n"n.1 err for the highest and boat or nnrir INSTTIT'CTIONoKrrriTonrr .lnl'o".II." nTnro.iln nhjpct to the rliht of the Bo"ard of (

THEATRE : ror'NTT. FToinm ... .0. 'hnnn lion" Al.idin'R'o.n'inn Tnwnehln..."..'...'.1>97n 10 "omml..I"nprA if TNnrelnde Prnln & ii/; /
Plstrlct anil Plonrd of CountrCnmml
n\ Y.E.. LiOIITSEY rhalrmnn, 'Inn to. t'l1""r"..." Fn."n..I.' hn..1, of T(1.'mmaenlcnp ego .8lonerB if or Okeeohohee CnnntvFlorl 3ti

!:. \n"AtIIL T PfRRANCFSiinprlntondont n.., .10" the 'la. to rppptin<' and all hide
: :==:: TE' : : : end clerk hintof '01" nlrnp 10 the inter.oc'Ina at the Courthoiiao. l.eulntilni' at 10 na

of aid PonrrlfBoirl 0-. n0 the Cnr'h hnnndnp, n1 oi-lock ,1. M in tin 10th Inn ofIfnrch

Sunday and Monday of Public Inntrnptlon P"nl 01000noth 000 1'rtnhwn.'o innndn..5:fir thence aft/a ,"F..t.. . lo.in Fnw.nh'nt for drainage /
ant rpclnmntl nn,1 I road a:,'s l
pur pi ""
\RCII 3 4. 1946 31: 4t 0''O 'I to 'h" nil-r 0' honlnnlnnT'Pr(1N'T will lie reserve I. t Y ,rl' '
NO. 5. "t the
.. POM1P OP COMMISSION:
BETTY GRABLE vorirroicrrcnonrp rthonet sweep "f CI".tlnn "I Town I .
or EI'RItfT.11mE9 PUAINsutler
chin 91 CI"nth
nno.ln font end
rot N TV. FLORIDA
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DICK HAYMES Fchruarv 11. 10M"NOTICE annuli.. etnno hn'Indnrn of useful life from \
IS IIFUEB1 GIVE" thatnnrntnnt "'''M'' ... .n., Iroclo "' .." Item tom. cadRn1rn.I TO get longer more
. : or ro \TTOM
In to !Section 0 of Ch pt"r .'T fM' n'n ter tk.n' n' Tnlrn ,1'm', vi'MIXON11| OF OKPTI1I. tractor it is necessary to use
1 2m( Iowa of Florldn Apt of 1037 "I' ,0o. thnnnn mnn''r.I". enid ITCo ; BTP CnrNTY
F'Oi'l
"DHA1O\D HORSESHOE" known an the RPnY ACT and In I canton la.o1 I" n the right tyfct cf lubricant in the right
V\ M\BFI P. KUrn.SOV
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ruirmntipe Chapter 2C05S: 1.5w. of
.. Technicolor FI rl"In. Arts of 1 EVERGLADES' ': DRAINAGE PISTRICt -'h n1nc. the ",... ..."o.th".I."I"1 : I
I (nlinn Plorl"1 I
Feature begins 2:55, 5:04: ACT. the following oViprlhed ",' ''M'. to rho I".p..t'",, A. agent 'or .nlI P -'us i Your lnclrd Oil man has a sup ly
tend. ultnatpd In Everglades PrntnntrePlptrlpr .ode.. nf er""n 1S Sophroiiln Pence, Deputy Clerk I of Lubrication Charts-based
7112, 0:22: In Okperhohce Connty, Fine deed, T'onn !IA Enet 1946 on
Ma will le offered for sole it pul lle 'hp ""........ nnrnnn nf Saetlnn 9n ,_ I'I mTufictur recommendationsand
al.o outcry for the highest and hoot enibhid Ton.anhln IT Smith Pnnoo 11 Fn.tiM"ienf I
iiihjppt to the rlpht. f>f the Trm .'honM. Norti ..'''"" Penno ltoo t" tho FISHFTAILSF ta:;lor t3 ., 'Jt (' -vn .' -'.- aediro k
SEWS REELand tars of the Internal Improrpmpnt corner of Section 1.. Town
Fund Coil of the Board of Pommlnilonpri .1in 87 South Tacked the wall
.. nno.lO font: : <__i ot: tractor up on
nf Fverffladn': Drainage' Pl.. r.,.* .1...." !Section' line to the fyy PUDGY me PORPOISE
Idiot, to reject any and all bide. at the| ... ienlnln.. thPO"// of )cur machinery-shed they.iII a'civ',
C.tRT00NfRiRirtlftSIIftAfiPR'TCjTILN1rR f nrthoii'ie. beginning at 10:00orlopk '''11/1' "" 0 Tin-lontnr
\ M on the 10th ,?.......11"". nf the FlolI' ho"o" WHY So HAPPY yo at a glance just uhert and utrr: I : .,
\tnrrh in-in An to nil parpplg nll"l I n"n .1..at 'n' .. '
n onl"t r lAn '
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no PUDGY PI
,,f ten nprpii or more. title to one'half .... atnun "I..h"'n No 20! nror "m" I aid wih what to lubricate eve ..-c '

of petroleum end three.fourth of kin Crook nod rips fhoncn In n North i in I of Standard Oil C" '
Friday and Saturday other m'n'l'olAPI' he ronprrpd hr .o.ur1P. direction nlnn. ciuttc"ol "f i our tractor. : ::.r; 1i -

MVUCir 8 9, 1916 "rn.t.e nf the Internal Improvement I .ell ...",,1. 10 tin lit",..rtln" .f Iiorated In Kentucky..
Fend. Enupment for rood right nf, T''w't..hln| line rttrl',11n' <1' 'PoO-n.uio in I lBEHOMEAT l lMARINISTUDIOS ,
vn 200 feet wide will he reserved brlnM .... IT. honr-n "' ...
osf nln Tn 'tMAftCNlaf.
SHERIFF OF SUNDOWN" Irmtpp* from. anv panel through! II..e M limo rn.t hontr nf fin '(lo nihln "" .-h .h '" ::3 i '-:!'. ','"< .. .. Plyer / Slautiatd Oil .., 'I ,
i- : : thence .
withALLAN .. .. end : !Q.'h".I. '" nloun t. ti? t. .M.O j.a )aa a copy ef
'n' Icr :
"i* pier'. .. : e1.i nr ,nu nT r ,0 "i IT YOUIOMlNO ta brew 1946 Tan.'i._ .... .a b:
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M JL m abOUIIDtflllod'y.
LANE ''11'1'1 ., ." f of wntnr tevoi of rtiVe Ottco,.i ; ;i itli I.,... I ,

I... ': : '1 -:1: ) ;; .1 "nee Nni-thennterlr! ninny IT f, '"fwntp .
also (rnr 'trrn- t : : a level line to n nnlllt' due Fn'f nfi.don '. 'mno'o'n; ::' ''o ' -"' ,1.0.-- .ISy-' --

Ito' D'a'rk:. ....... .. nhn... nol', of hnnlnnin.: .." 'I\.t ., "t' r.1 > 'I t .' r-' 'Jd . "'*
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LAUREL AND HARDY lot 9 P.lk. 141. CRy nf Okppohohpe' /F/1''" nounof Nn he. 7'inntno'1'"o'nl.' nt the y I ole ;odaiL"s; -: '.teyrL'.'.. ._:'.:.._:':'-:':.

In Lots of Okppphohpptit 7 t1' in IMP. TUIc. 171 tile,: InfMennlien of "n NnMh hnnnln,.. ir a+..nde."Ta.'or ,,,et. StandopdClearlTull: C.:N"1 .... C.ew" TJroGnsallea ./ .

"DILI.FIGHTERS" !. bilk SI. Cltv nf OkPPphohoe I I'"n'"nl'atnle Tltnhwnc' of Vn CI ndfh the 1".1 r.eprcseisroues'M'loiland6.I J i;o".r';..i. -rt..1ne'.J.;IIMIC t Mobil.
lot 1. rik SI Cltv of OkCPPhohoe .n... "'o.t atnto tn limo HI".n"plhPn.1,' "n !!'In",1 I MA0.1NElANDfLOA,0.5 orea Alan '11''''. Ballerina/ and Asou.u.oa: Mica Axis; Or9i Moht.al.

andNEWS Late 4 mil 12. lllk isn. City atlhennhnheo .... of co.-.."," 21!!f 1'1'0. 37 copI lur.kaHno' ( I I1.otl P-on. rnethence Clollth' Smith nl0n0'on Spray <'S" D. .T.I I Standard Hounneld! Oil art-wtx Kyia DislnUclonl i

REEL 12: IMk\ : 107. City of ... "ltna t", thn arnthead enn'np n, _.
Lute i 1 t. 10 Ine. ITIk Ok""rhoh..1! -- -- .-------
and I. 1 Tnwn Mn 17 Smith Pence' --- --
"f O1.rhoh. n Eastthnnnn T*'e.t to he Enct
POP EYE CARTOON Tot 14 Hlk' n Cut,' of Okeerholee: l'nnndoov nf Trtl"1or (,,,ok' 110"0' 10o
lot 12: Tlk: 101. Ctrf| Okeechol I i Sontherlv illwM..n ni ,fff the Pninnndiri '
T ote I H nn,1 S. Blk :2. Wright I of Tn,.1r Creek tn the 17 -...---- .
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7 t ffXllK KNxRTf3fp SPS RTHT
let ..1d4.1'fll'N'1'ERS. font wafer bowel nf lobe; Olon.hibo'thenck I
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS
I OP TILE tYTETIN.1L : OI..n'I..a anti 17 font wnferirel .
Coming : IMt'l>0\FMjr\T: :: PINOor : I of InVe Okcc-nnhnc to the nrn

Tim STATE OP rrou 1?.ted Punt h '''0'''''' of rn'rnt \vf .
"HICK TOT.S" mnotnn.\. nil. nlan known n* Slate TTIirhwnN'o" I -
op coMMTssioNrmor :?*i: thence North along the Font! v'r +s.
LOVE LETTERS 1 "EnOT.A TIES nRM,". h"ln' of I'n..o' 1,annr. nfnrncnld A tiw0
AGE: DISTRICT too tin n.tnt, n' hn..I.......0rnrrTNrT 'J /I%
'WHERE DO HE GO FROM
Tip MARL P. RVtIFRSOV! Agent : 0. Q p.0 IlIlIh', nt the ;
HERE" for 1 rnstees of th" Inter X'"lh"n.t ....1'.1'' n' Coetian' 1 Town-
nil' liupri,...iment Fend and .1,1.. in, Smith n-"(rn 111 root. and ,n'lICI""tb I N I
"CALL OF TilE WILD" for Tlnirl' of ('ininilimloni'rsif along 'n""n 'Inn tn !Sonthoademreer ; -
r\eiir1ales Drnlunge DIs.trlct nf Sreuln 11 T,,wi".ht.| 17 !
OkCLihuhee County amuh tfimfo in Fust': : thenc rest
T'"lorlnI n!;>ng: Sh'tinn line to the Intersection .
fit the North I "nndnrv' nf State
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win Nn CI with tin Fist: I I .
"Love one another as I have loved huts TTIgliwn- No 2": thence !
ELECTRICAL WORK I N"rtherlv direction nlontr the IThl'h'l
> ou' No estrangement, no muln I.nnlnry if Stnti Illirhwn\ :-io.

lion no deceit enters into the h<. it th> line dl'lllng. '' Tmn n.hlnn 11 I I
HI: thence Foot nlnnar Township' Hue
P. P. EVANS that fovea as Jesus loved It Is a to the point' i.f l h"pl"ohul'.
PRPCINCP. n 11e Inning nt the
false sense of love that, like the 'lilt OP.Cetton of th., liwnshlp, line
,1"'I<1'1l' Townships 11: nnl :in coil
Mummer brook soon gets dry -Mary
: Tint hnnnilart' nf State'
Illghwnv
HOUSE WIRING Baker EddyV ;o: thence In n Smtherlv { : .. Ih"l ,
alone the Root': hniinilnn" of L
IIhrll'h" ''''U.M''._
-- -- ------ the North;- hnnnilim;; ;' 'of !i tnte Hlghwnv I

Nn *: thence West along' the North I i' er"f I I
1.11".r of poll Illglinny/ No S tA ti 'fc --
the I\ls.lmmee River: thence In 0
Nnrthwesterh' direction along the i !
Gist hank nf the Klmtlmm, River to Mf t
CEMENTBlocks the ;North hoiin,Inrr line of Section
20 Township in Smith Range 3.1: Fast : ,
thence Rout nl.nirnlm section line to
the Northenst corner of Si' .i.(Ion 24. I IBYO i iI
Township :Ill South Itnngo 11 East : C i
I I thence .:"North aloiip Range line. tn the \
Northn o.t .ornp or Snnlion! O. .
1 ship 36 South Range 34 East; thi + f
Fnst along Town. v
lilp line to the
I point of beginning/ 'y 1/
Board of Conntr Commissioner.
Okeechohce Conntv. Florldn' .
I By r. E. Prnwdv. Chairman.
Attest : Mnhel P. Haul,'mon, .. .. '
I| (Countv Commissioners Clerk of Hoard OLD JUDGE: "Hank, you're a big grain last June the distillers produced over'I
Seal) I I
We are now manufacturing Cement Blocks producer.let me ask you a question or two?" 1,200,000,000 pounds of distillers' dried I

; : ; at our plant in Okeechobee and can furnish the If the principle of contentment : "GI a d to have you Judge" ', grains...the best feed supplements we can II IIR''NK.

of this with lay our hands on. They are rich in nutrients..
:. : people county any amount they art not within ui, the height of OLD JUDGE"Do you think the grain used Why.. I've never had such fat dairy cows,

desire. station and worldly grandeur will as I I by distillers is wasted ai some folks are livestock) and poultry al.1 have since I'YO

noon add a cubit to a man' stature saying ? been usin'thesednedgrains." **
Our Blocks manufactured to meet Fed.
are ai to Mi happiness.-Sterne. HANK: "I certainly do Noll As a matter OLD ,JUDGE "How do you use them

eral and State :specifications.McMULLEN I of fact, it is just the opposite.." e I ,Hank?" ('4

OLD JUDGE "How do you figure that, HANK :"I blend them in with original(

'MalariaiCDECEED Hank? pram. This balanced ration has far greater ,

& ROYSTERPhone feed value than the original grain itself. I .

I i IN 7 DAYS WITH HANK: "From my own experience and can cut down on my whole grain
feeding
I LIQUID forbtALARiA4 from reports I've read. For the year endin about 20% and still get better .

130 Okeechobee ..::.
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