The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30-Number 38 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 9, 1945 Price Five Cents

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BILL STRATTON ARRIVED Gift Committee of the Red BRIDGE ENJOYED AT HOME I Co. Commissioners

In Various Camps: AFTER JJ MO. OVERSEAS Cross Met With Heartening SuccessIn FRIDVYt PRIZES AWARDED I Transact BusinessIn

Bill Stratton arrived In Okeecho- Mrs. Roy Roulerson entertained

At Home & Abroad bee lust Saturday and Is spendingsome Drive for Funds Here This Week a group if friends on Friday with I Regular Session a

time here with his parents I bridge and eatments, at her homeon

Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Stratton and Parrott Avenue -

Tech. Sergeant sand Mrs. Ralph family. He has been overseas in I Water Situation Mrs E. M :Metsrve and Mrs. GI Mrs John Roe won high score, a The Board of County Commissioners

Ming anon Ralph Jr., are spend the Pacific thirty-three months. i n. Wallace special gifts committee book; Mrs. Babe Bartlett won the of Okeechobee County, Florida,

ing a short time h.h''Ith Sergeant He has seen service with the army for the Red Cross war fund drive, average score prise, a crystal bowl, met in regular session on Monday,
Ming's mother Mrs. R. C. Ming, and in both India and Burma most of have met with heartening successin and !Mrs. G. 0. Wallace went out I March 5, 1945 at 10:007A': : M.
I fly Marjorie la. Wallace I I
Cither relativea. his time having been spent in Burma their collection of cash and pled first on the bingo hand and was Present were: Chairman C, E,

He says It is very tough In Your next water bill will have an ges. A "special gift" is consideredas awarded a Don Standing plate. Llrawdy, Commissioners: W. F, Waikvr -
t. Garrett Svrindal arrived section of the but' up of one buck, total $2.50, per ,, Snapdragon In all\ their lovely
Sergeant that fighting any contribution of $5 or over, B. C.: Swain, 0. J. Chapman
In Okeechobee Monday and ti spending that the American are gradually 1 minimum of 3000 gallons, and an | donations below this amount being shades were lavishly used for decoration and F. M. Mobluyi I County Attorney

two weeks here with his par I getting things In better shape. When extra nickle, total 35 cents, per i entered as memberships. The memo and a chicken salad course X.V. Conely: Jr.: Deputy Sneriff

enti. Mr. and Mrs I. J. Svrindal. lie asked about the rain In Burma he I 1000 /gallons beyond minimum, and I bership roll will be published at with sandwiches and fruit cake and Vernon Stare and Deputy Clerk

ll itatloned at Harvard, Nebraska.. laid the rain there were at least you might as well like It. I the end of the drive, with any fur coffee served to the following :bophronia: Pease

a* bad a* we read about. I| The point Is just this-It'* better i iI j ther contributions to the special guests the iiunuies of the meetings hold

Sergeant Edgar Wilson left thus When he left Burma to come Ijome I| to have good water and pay a little j gift fund. !Mrs. A, B. McKlnnon, !\Irs. M. C. during the montn ot tommy, Iii4i

Week to rtturn to tho United. States ho flew out from Burma and then more for it, than to have no water | The following report comprises a Pitts, Mrs. J. 0. Pearce, Mr. John was presented und approved

Marine baie In California after 'I Ii went to Cairo, Egypt and then to I|: at all, and unless the plant were partial list of special! gifts to date: Edwards, !\Ira. Roscoe Buss, Mrs. ihu financial :Statement snowing
pending ten dare acre with hit'renU C..lablanclwh'ro he took a plane thoroughly overhauled an4} the big I $160-R. -E. Hamrick. Hiram Raulerson, Mr*. J. R. !Mine- uamiicus oi litli
'' as iecruury 'in, ,
,i .\ Mr. and Mrs E. J. Wilson for Brazil and then to Miami wherehe tank repaired, very shortly! you 1 $100-Louis Scharfswcrdt. I han, Mrs. Nathan Zclmenovltz, :Mrs was piesttiivou at toil own !M"

I landed and boarded the Seaboard would be waterless. The time to $50-Osceola Fisheries, Leo G. O. Wallace, Mrs E. M. Mesorve, UUIKIUI tuna .
f 7,006.79
GI.een'l I
Varvln Wilson, who Is with theN \ train for Okeechobee. pay back the money borrowed by I burger, Markham Brothers, airs John Roe, Mrs. Babe Bartlott l-inv & i'oneituie Fund bOdd.;;9egricuiturut

>l Forcei and itationod at Mla All together it took him thirtysix the city for putting the entire water ,. Wolff, Okeechobee County Com mi. 1 with Mrs S. C. Cornelius corn- II 'uuU ... I1Uu.26
i pent several days the first oft hours flyinc time to get to Miami works In first-class shape I I. whenn sioners. inn in for tea.Every .
I .. itacu rack i'uad . . j,1M'
week here with his parenti, Mr.I from whinho was stationed. oat of eke citizens have job. and i j $38--Roy Raulerson. I --------v--------. I I'U II tiunuiul Httunutngn ? LutNd2,

ad Mn. H. J. Wilion. i ----v I money. Therefore the loan li to I II $25-Okeechobee County Bank, S. I I American 'mx fund 17-10\
I I retired n* quickly* possible.One R. Ralfsnlder, E. A. Mescrve, ,

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., I Report on Italy I more Important piece of A and P Co., B. E. Ingraham\ Th'l Total . . . .f7 ,7U.\J1I\)
March t. (Special to Okeechobee Pitta, Dixie Cattlemen's Should Want to
this week-
equipment went blooey
Kipori ol tt1 eaa and bianu for
NS-.S)-Pfc. Maurice L. Durrance of March of Time 'Ii tion, Glades Farms, Thomas Packing
the chlorinator which
Impregnates/ ., 1/iatut.is "' 0. :i ana it, were received
Okeechoboe, Fla., has just graduatedfrom I the water evenly with chlorine gas, i ito | Company, T. W. Conely, Jr., J. R. Help This Fund: uuu uruoriu mud HI tau ofliu* of
the Special Diesel Course at Picture kill all bacteria just before it 'Ii. Edwards Florida Power and LightCo.
Sunday"Fortysix tau uurk oi me '.arcu.r..l.ourt.:
Th Ordinance School, Aberdeen i II pumped up Into the tank. Until | ., \11. 11. Raulerson. report ut Receipts, Expense: !and
Proving Ground, Maryland another can be obtained, the chlorme j $15-Leltha Pursinger, Nathan The Red Cross War Fund drive Aui
income lor if: months peiiouvuuing
Pfc. Durrance it the ion of Mr. I m-;;; Italians today will be added In liquid form to Zclmcnovitz, Boromei Fish Co. has started and every true American I December 31, 1044 was re-
and Mri. G. C. Durrance who reside the "clear well"-that' the covered'I $10( -Mrs. Sue McLaughlin, Alto will want to contribute to this I '
I Lciveu tioin ttiSi Aldcimun
i face a future in which their rehabilitation 'I 1'aXCollector
at Okeechobee, Fla. He It marriedto I reservoir west of the pump house Watford, Z. K. Williams, Mrs Esta most worthy organization. Wher- I
may bo matter of gener unit oruttuU filed in the
the former Mist Genlto Van I which holds the filtered water. It I II Page, Wisteria Drugstore Robert ever the service men and women I oiiicu Link
ations"No ot cue ot tliu Circuit I
IK'rkum of Tampa, Pla.He I: ixn't possible to put a giant spoon I InMartin, Carl Durrancc, Shirley I are sent In this war, the Red Cross louit.
will soon return to hit regular more graphic illustration of : Into this water and stir it to mix' Calls, John M. Roe, Sr., Reeve Bar- goes too, to give comfort, cheer and Report
ox the
Motion where hit address will the complete bankruptcy of fascism Wileont help wherever County Welfare
I the chlorine evenly, so you may b.r und Beauty Shop, Fred needed. Hoard .
be 4626 AAF Base Vnitl8S4 N. W. could be found than this statement get a taste of it now and then. It's: were, Grocery, Padgett Service Staten Just how much the Red Cross organization li/4o, .oktne received inonin of February,
wus and
from the current March of Time ordered filedin
Nuto'a Yacht Basin, Miami '
Dr. Is
River ,
harmless, and the water \is safe i)r, Dudley appreciated by high
the office
37, Fla. film: "Report on Italy." The real Paul ranking Army and of the Clerk of the
-'H'jnt Grocery, Navy official Is
How much do know about
of fascism's death struggle you Cacuit Court.
story U'duho1.v, Dr. Kambeau, MaryR told in the following paragraphs
here brought to the screen, la the the process of purifying city water? Nathan Zelmenovitz appeared before .
With the Fifth Army, Italy (Special / Sdm'iran, Dave Coker, R. A. Bur. GENERAL IKE ISENHOUR laid:
Private final Indictment/ against this discredited Mont of us take it for granted and the Board in behalf of the
to Okeechobee News "I have
Mrs. Horace Watford J. H. seen the American Red
K: m, I
.Thomas J. Raulerson Is fighting In political philosophy\ I without a grain of Interest, until il t rn.ile, Southland Hotel, J. 51. Cross serving/ the men end women I Okeochobee- Chamber' of Commerce
Italy's Apennines before the Po Ironic, now, are the brief highlights something goes haywire with th4l'.yatem. Whit.., Merits Thomas, Denmark of our armed forces in Africa in asking the Board to put up a part
Valley with the 362nd Infantry Regiment of Mussolini' career flashedIn Briefly, it works tbis-a- urn tare, Mrs. W. Echols, Paul Italy, In the United Kingdom and of the money for secretarial help,
way the lake water Is pumped Into etc, lor the Chamber
swift succession the heady successes \ of Commerce.
which broke throagh the e.., <, ns. Nix Service Station, A. W on the Continent. The great good
of Its highestand of Ethiopia, Spain France.Relentlessly one corner of the settling basin, the Red Cross does Upon motion by Commissioner
Gothic Line In one I rats) : Mrs. Frank Williamson, Mrs. for those serving -
film to falling over an aerator In a musical Swain, duly seconded Commissioner
the on by
The their
defended sectors
beat r 'r; McCain, J. D. McCarthy Croc country oversea more
G2nd Is part of the 81st "Powder point out that a scant three year 1 cascade, and it then Is supposed to '. Sollle Ellis\ Gilbert Culbreath, than j justifies your confidence and Walker and carried, the clerkwas
\ flow slowly around a series of baf1 I I I instructed
River" Division with the Fifth later Mussolini was a fawning fugi 1 B F.. Padgett I. J. Swindall, ogle support OB behalf of all men and to issue a warrant
tire, his grandiose dream of empire ties which divide the l>ann Into payable to the Okeechobee Chamber
Army, 4 ta"J l rson, Roy Draughon, J. 0. i women in my command I am happy
four lections. These baffles must
mockery, the land he left behind of Commerce in the amount of 1-
His regiment broke across the a fvaive, Jr., G. 0. Wallace, Marjorie again to salute the American Red |
defendedline him a devastated shambles, de- be replaced becausethty are holey ..." 000, in compliance with their re.
Sieve River In the strongly t). VVal'ucu' Bryant Bowden, Robert
and attained the top of Mount\ atroyed by his own ".111..." '' through and under them, but even Murk, Mrs. Robert Mack R. B. JAMES FORRESTAL, Secretary of quest .
Ctlvl, 2225-foot-hlgh mountain In One of the most telling\ points so, the water In the last section Is eserve. the Navy, said! "On behalf of the Mrs. Etta C. Duffey presented te

which the Germane had emplaced which emerges from the film 1 I. the surprisingly clear. You can see Navy, Marines and Coast Guard I the Board her resignation a* official

artillery\ in tunnels running 60 feet fact that even the Allies themselves, 'I I through it to the newly-cleaned -v wish to thank you and commend I ambulance driver for Okeecho
| side and bottom, and its color is f.tl'E OF JESSIE LIB! HOWARD bee
unableto I
under ground la rock. despite! sincere efforts, are the Red Cross for its superlative County, which upon motion by
At the entrance of one of these help to any great extent the vie- :.|: blue Instead of brown. In able TRIED FOR FIRST DEGREE work In the blackness of war I c.llmmillioner.W.lker: seconded by
I time of fascism' workings Whea pipe between the settling hula and MU'.DER IS STILL IN DOUBT Commissioner Chapman
the Red
there had been seven enemy guns | Cross stands as a beaconof was accept
emplaced. The outfit captured 404gennaas I I II I the Nazis had finished with Italy: ',: the filters, lime and alum are added, : mercy of which we can all be I ed.I''Upon motion by Commlnioaer
and killed\ and wounded I I power and transportation were : the alum to remove the last traces The Jury: in the murder trial of proud." Walker, duly seconded by Commissioner -

many others within 11 days during I'I wrecked practically beyond repair '! of the natural discoloration of the '.Il Io Howard charged with GENERAL BRADLEY laid, "To I Chapman, the Board recom

thin part of the drive. I Thus, even the food which the Allies lake water the lime to deodorizeit 'I'.ntt B. rtha Mae Johnston here our soldier oversea the Red Cross mended that the Ceunty Welfare

The regiment advanced on the direct have rushed. to Italy must wait on and remove some impurities, and m oral weeks ago made a mistrial Is a cheerful reminder of hone and Board pay Mrs.\ Duffey' salary for

Florence-Bologna route, Higk- inadequate transportation and distribution then the water goes into the fllt'-rs, 'n t C''t' court Uenday. It Is re- trie ad who have remembered I the full month of February

way 65, through bleak mountains facilities. sepps through the sand red gravel po t.I I Ik-t the jury stood eleven them. Mrs. G. 0. Wallace, repretentisg

whose peaks often were hidden In In the light of these stark facts mixture in them, and goes into the j, cqai al and one wanted to conic ADMIRAL KING said: "Therecan the American Red Cross, appeared
the aftermath of the shocking discovery clear well\ for storage until it I I. t for manslaughter. !before the Board
rain clouds! and fought In rain, mud be no doubt that the human! requesting a donation
and Icy winds. of the murders In the Ardea- sent sky-high, into the t/i-k. Ibis hf .ate: was represented by talon activities of the AmericanRed for the Special Gift Committee

The 362nd' third batallioa fight. tine Caves, shown in the film, Is is where the defunct cklorlna or Satr Attorney Taad Carlton of Cross have a direct bearing on for the Red Croi Upon motion
not to be wondered at. The surging > used to get In its licks, and a new V.-'c while the defendant "
ing alena and out of communication i "'r. was the outcome of the war by Commissioner Chapman, duly
with division and regiment, war Indignation of a populace, releasedat one will be installed just as soon r, pv rte by Judge. Angus Sumner Other well known American who seconded by Commissioner Walker,

tne of the Fifth Army unite that length from long oppression, as poeslhle because the chlorine ol foi it HI rue and Mary Sanderfur have paid high tribute to the Red the Board agreed to give a donation

took Futa Pass, a feat that won the find. an outlet In the scenes which gas treatment is tasteless and odor. rVkiitMu.! of Okeechobee. The itate Cross are, Bob hope actor and entertainer of $50,00 to the American Red Cross,

batallion a division citation. I show the crowd storming the court less and much mote thorough than .alle't!! a number of witnesses while who has been there, laid) A letter received from Mr. W. T.

The regiment was activated at I i room and dragging Carretta to his adding: liquid chlorine. the de'ijusr placed only the defend- II 'I've done a little traveling around Nettles, District Agent of the State

Camp White, Oregon August 15,1 d.alh-.ome of the most exciting The process, you sue, I Is fundamentally ,i"t on fi" witness stand, GI camps and. battlefront. But I I Cooperative Extension Service was

19 !.wlth a cadre from the let Cav screen reporting audience will tee !! simple enough, but unIon ,1'. vs.* disposition will\ be maderh have never been anywhere I haven't I presented to the Board, recommending .

aIry Division The men trained Intensively In a long time. The trial and execution every step of the way Is property < ; efendant has not been seen the Red Cross In there doinga I Mr. Clifford Boyle a* County

for a month at their first of Caruso, too write a taker, the wale. >o to spunk, tails, 11 lo a'i, yj.. She was indicted by man-sized job at all hours of the Agent for Okeechobee County, FlorIda

overseas station, Oran, Algeria, and ] dramatic finis to this historic :nto the ditchand teeter like', it. n.- Jury In February on ai day and night, In hospitals and out Upon motion by: Commissioner

Joined the Fifth Army In Italy wfth I j crime. The inside! of the pun p house U "I. "f first degree 'murder and of hospitals. William Green, President Chapman, duly seconded by Commissioner

other regiments of tile 91st during Americans have been hearing lit. boing sprayed with alamtnun! paint. ,. H J I'" ",, :liuli' without bond and American Federation of Labor Mobley the Board accepted
}art June. tie and wondering much about the'' The f di of the floioftd: buys working vi "t'I et' he will\ be released on '1 said: "The working people of I the recommendation of Clifford

actual aftermath of war in the hoe '"a-krd with >' ., d| -.,nll"l In 1'the
The 3C2nd first went into action ( In the r in-P i i jail until another' nation have developed a new Boyle for County Agent, and instructed
near Casaglia July 12 and effectively countries left behind in tile wakeof gmitty;! patternsid -.pUKer* uu' "I', of to.llt has not been de."idel. i i' sense of appreciation of the service the Clerk to notify Mr.

spearheaded Fifth Army'i battle. here i i. as vivid and gUnmlng aluminum wot.ld teat I rendered by the American Red Nettle of same

rapid advance to the Arno River. searching a picturo as they could the shroud off any unwary zbo 1 ,t: ___ Cro..." Edward N. Scheiberling,(I The following vouchers were approved -

Colonel John W. Cotton of Slur auk for.Shown. Dr. Blirk, rorinultl'ut <>r>u titwr and ;Vi MMJrs\ John Chandler Just I National Commander The American |I and ordered paid when funds

tba's Vineyard Massachusetts command at Gilbert Te.\ter Sundayand honilif wall: he h' ,r.. .' :',i'ay; to n+r '. 4 t'r from their son, Legion, said: "The magnificent services ;| are available

the regiment. A veteran of I Monday, March It and '12. iy the plant and his .tcomra."d .. t a U'I.: ,.. t teal, liar saying he still of the American Red Cross in C. E. Drawdy, sal Co.

31 )'"1''' service he won the Distinguished : --- on( ....1b\ fillo,"'l! lithi.. city a r i ',' m 'kes him want alleviating human suffering in this I Comm., Feb . . .| 74.30 ,
Service Cross, the Silver I Mr. and Mrs. It E r.n>rl-k: lira .JJPI.II .ft making. I impair" { v a'u.t.anons. 1 ur u 'o f thing; said he greatest of ware are a source of B. C. Swain, sal Co. Comm.

Star" and the Purple Heart with Saphronla PeamM Murhy andJ. *,, ''It I! see a good mess pride to all Americans." I Feb. . . . . 74.30
Clusters during the first World E. Cone, wetow' ni West So, r\plItuIh.! 0'<.i rah' |: vlll I!! fi; '"n eut o' u r ehobee Lake. Hati. V F. M. Mobley, sal Co.

War. Palm Beech v. ., "ha going have. a r .llyup' r war r .-."pI" / .'.. .. to pretty up I Mrs, R. B. Meserve arrived In Comm, Feb. . . . 74.30
V there to att. e "s.niun Floywhich from a eoii'plaiftly n'.1: ,1 i J.ot ("'"., In Usa apr'..>! everything was Okeechobee Monday morning from 0. J. Chapman, sal., Co.

Share the advantages of airmail I was In .i I the lot of Oil into tOUr pocket, hrotr.,* -- < bl'.of 'r'. i. o ell\ everybody i I! Marlanna to join Mr. Meserve In Comm., Feb. ... . . 74.30
with others-use V-3tail. the week you've got it t* pe> fair 'it fit him [ making this their future home. (Continued on Page 3)

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I IQDltccrltnhcc (I I- I i
II I wish you people would come forward but money to finance them must r FROM CALIFORNIA 1- sue during all of the year Just

Ncfu$ I with suggestions about the be found. 'I I passed '

I, way. In which we can improve our I, "Tax revenue spent In the Im- t Local and Personal I 1602 Vassar Ave., Greetings to the Okeechobee folks t

Published Every Friday by the little city. The desire Is alive and provement of farming practices and I,I Fresno 4, Collf., from California! We wish for you- .I
keechobee News Co., at Okeeehe- advantages Feb. 28, 1945. all continued success.
advertising ,
Florida eager In many hearts for a tidy I marketing In our ... _--A -
bee, Okeechobee County, ,i town; If by some alchemy we can In the expansion of our The Okeechobee News, We note with Interest your worthy I

BRYANT DOWDEN .... . Editor fuse all our separate dreams Into I public education and health, facilities Mrs M. Tomllnson had the mi.. Okeechobee, Florida campaign started In the right direction .

Entered' as iccond rlass matter Jnly I mass action, we can have an Okee are sound Investments. I fortune to fall from tho door stepsat Dear Friends towards cleaning up unsightly I
1. 1814. at the Post Office In Okewno- chobee to boast of and to be proudof. "The state must be operated as a the home o! Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Enclosed herewith will find junk, and also toward sign
be., Flan under Act of Mir. 8, 1879. you
_. -- And so, having ended both my progressive, forward-looking bullIncss Barber Sunday night, breaking her $2.00 to pay for your valued paperto for the names of the streets Surelydo

SUBSCRIPTION RATE by-lines this week with a preposition with common sense and good arm. She was treated that night come to us for another year, hope the projects are successful, I
Year In advance ... $200 .
One will
1 carried to as both be a big help to the e
-and see If I care-good-day. judgment applied to each question and on Monday she was
Six Months in advance . .. 1.00 3-4-45 to 3-4-46.
Three Months In advance .... ..75Advortlslngr I V as It Is presented. the hospital at fort Pierce where It We appreciate your kindness In town.

BRIGHTLY COLORED THREAD "The only way to enhance the was X-rayed and set Her condition sending the paper regularly, awl Very truly yours, .
Mils are pav M on the I
1st of pitch month. Parties. nnknown to l general prosperity Is to Improvethe I Is very satisfactory I have only missed receiving one Is A. E. and Love tle Armstrong Tf)
to In advance. _
publishers required pay .
A brightly colored thread ran condition of Industry, business I -
Rpsillnir:; ; ; notices:; In meal eolnmne.: 10 through Governor Millard Coldwell's and Individual citizens Mrs. J. R. Mlnehan and daughter I
rents a line. Kates fnr display advertising
furnished on application. Classified inaugural address.This "It Is an appropriate function of Miss Sarah, Mrs J. H, McCranle and From where I sit..t Joe Marsh

per Inm-rtlon.advertising.All Items 2 cent.regarding each' word entorprlncK thread of thought showed the state to assist and encourage Mrs. Bryant Bowden, attended the y i

Conducted for profit are that our new Governor Is sold on those activities which contribute' to showing of the Passion Play at ,
chargeable at advertising rates, ,
----------- -I that state advertising proposal that the general well-being of the peo West Palm Beach Tuesday night.

apparently Is gaining ground thru- ple. Definition of a I

THE GAD-FLY i nut the state.A "During the critical times ahead Mr. and Mrs, Robert LaMartln

I close examination of the address the economy of Florida must and Rev. and !Mrs II P. Garner Great ManAt j

I that marked his first day as be made ready for the sudden changes were among those from Okeechobeewho !
II. I'aIIM'eThe .
n7'lurj"rte Governor of Florida shows that and readjustment Incident to attended the showing of the
mind to work at what one
has the most marvel Bill Webster's the other eveone's ;
Gad-fly to pluck this thread< from the transition to Passion Play at West Palm Beach
lous Idea! It would (a) advertiseOk..thob.e's II were you peace. ning, we were kidding Bill about pleases;to choose what one likes !
his talk you would seriously weak. "The permanent solution lies In Tuesday night. his children always saying that to eat or drink. whether beer I
attractions (b)
; re en the fabric. measures to Increase the flow of their pop's "a great man." or buttermilk. I
move the unsightly signboards The Governor also made It clear trade, to expand our Industries, to Chief Warrant Officer Bill Wallace I
cluttering the landscape In and I "Well tie kids are right, But from where I sit, there'schuckles
up that current war conditions that enhance the prosperity of agriculture has sufficiently recovered the
Dill.IOE"u'bod)' in one important point to add to
about town; (e) hide the junk piles have put such a strain on travel and to stimulate our tourist use of his Injured knee, thanks to America's a great man. You Just make Bill's definition ring true
-which are getting uglier and UK- accommodations, and which have business the treatments at the Pcnsacola
can't be part of greatness and "We must be worthy of this
Her by the day. cut off horse and dog racing justas "We must adapt to our uses the navy hospital, to swim and walk not share in It" greatness. AVe must have the
WP move the signboards and set those seasons were reaching latest methods to Increase production without crutches. The doctors humility to appreciate these

them up again In nice straight rows their stride In Florida, do not eliminate and build trade. however, say that It will be a yearor In America that used (to argues belong Bill only) blessings. .. never abuse them .
in front of Bennie' junk pile, and the need for a state advertising "We must stimulate the tourist longer before the knee will be with Intolerance: intemperance -
to the great are common property
In front of the one next to Clay fund. As his term will run for trade by Improving our attractionsand normal.Mr. : a share In government or indifference

Brother neat station and for which four year. he has every reason to by advertising our advantages through the right to vote1 Individual .11

they are not responsible, and In I believe that most of It will be In I "We can do what we will with our and hire Gilbert Culbrethwere liberties guaranteed by Joe ;

front of Ed Knight's demised automobiles 'the post-war era. lie was talking assets and our opportunities."Let visitors who spent Sunday and constitution; freedom to speak

and metal rubbish, and any about what Florida must do to assure them say (tOO years hence) Monday In DeLand visiting! Mr. Cut-

where else where there are such its place In the sun after the that we established the foundation breth'i mother and his daughter, No 108 of a Series Copyright, 1945, United Statet Bremen Foitndatum

skeletons to be hidden. We paint war. In this centennial year upon which Miss Virginia Lee Culbreth.

pretty pictures on the signboards Follow the thread of state advertising I was erected a new era of progress I ,
a fishing scene, a hunting scene a I through Governor Coldwell's 'raising Florida to new heights of Lt. (j.g.) Wayne 0. Aho spent I

panorama of bird life, an airplane talk, eliminating all but supporting greatness! several days here last week with

zooming down onto Connors Field, I subjects, and the story reads like "Our destiny Is In our hands his wife He was en route to California The WisteriaCome
an Indian scene and so on,
camp this: e e e 1 and the Pacific area.
huh ? ThIn we plant shrubbery S e e .
There Is no paraphrasing In the
along the bottom of our pictorial "Florida In It. 100 years of statehood preceding quotations. They are Slit and Mrs. J. W Yeor.ans

screen, and all our problems are has made treat strides but if what Governor Coldwell actually were visitors spending the past in and see our selection of

solved at one fell swoop. we, Its people faithfully execute raid. They certainly point to the weekend In Okeechobee with Mrs.

Well-what do YOU suggest our trust It Is just now on tho need of telling the rest of the nation Yeoman's parents Mr. and Mrs. J,

This Is the time to set out cut threshold of Its rightful place In through advertising, about our II. Walker Jr. They returned to WALLETSGenuine

tin"",.. Turks caps and crotons and the Society of States great stute so It can become even their hon.e in Pompano Sunday afternoon Leather CIGARETTE CASES

such, poinscttlas and aurelias and "By the advertising to the worldof greater. accompanied by Staff Ser COiN PURSES

so on. All you do Is cut good heal- the fact that John II. Walker, who
ours Is a sound, Caldwell items to be thinking geant spent COMPACTSShell

thy stalks slantwise and stick themIn stable, dependable government; thatwe about this subject a* no other Governor several days there this week ( and Leather)
the ground and keep them moist
possess those things dearly
ever thought about It.-R. H.
t and chaded. No excuse, really for prized by the home-hunter the' ( Reprinted from The Daytona Misses Luzena Pearce and Sadie Also other useful items
not hiding the foundations of your pleasure and health seekers and by Beach Evening News.) Sanders and Mrs. Morris Barnett many

house, your chicken coop, your woodpile the business people of the country, J spent several days of this week In

from view, when these hedges we will experience a growth and development NOTICENotice Miami visiting friends STORE HOURS :
and and .. .
grow so easily luxuriantly which will -
approach the is hereby given; that I
, quickly. If you have time for flowers fabulous. shall i Introduce a bill at the sessionof Basil Bowden of Sebring spent WEEKDAYS: THURSDAY: 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.

so much the better but anything "If these advancements are worth the 194.1 Florida Legislature providing Monday and Tuesday of this weekIn 8 A.M. to 8:30: P.M. SUNDAY; 8:30: A.M. to 12 M.

green helps out of all propor having, they are worth working for that the sum of $11,000 of Okeechobee. Except Thursday and Sunday 4 P. M. to 7 P.M.

tion to the work Involved. -and they are worth what they Race Track Revenue, or other rev- e ..

There's a pretty cluster of houseson will cost In money. enue substituted therefor, allocated Former sheriff L. L. Conrad, whoIs

Kltslmmee street Because they "It Is Imperative that we look to Okeechobee County shall be distributed now employed at Kisslmmee -- ------ - --- -- ----.-----

are on a rand road, probably few I ahead to the postwar years when direct to the Board of Public spent Monday and Tuesday of this

people piss them. The Tony Davie our receipts must drop off and our Instruction of said county by the week in Okeechobee, having been I

place, snoozing peacefully under Its necessary expenses must Increase. proper state officials; and providingthe called here as a witness In circuit
Me trees Is like a picture postcardof "N'o money Is on hand or to be manner I In which said funds court

an English cottage and why I anticipated from the present tax shall be used by said Board of Public ,

shouldn't pit be? The cool and structure to pay for an adequate Instruction If you use V-Mail you will save I i

pleasantly shaded yard, highlighted \ extension of the states services In W. J. HENDRY, space on a plane so that another I

Viv blossoms and underfooted by I education, health advertising or I Representative fighting man will also get his mail \ \ $25.I

clean !fran Is like a drink of wateron conservation They ire definite

a hot day. In the next block, needs to challenge our attention.

vide! by each, are three places ",'h\ch'\ Red Cross Faces Greatest

are close together, neighborly and -- -----.11
very pretty' Indeed. A Burgess un --- I : THERE'S NOTHING TO IT. .
Task in Fom'tliVnr Year
house, a rroctor house and a Nix I I''
Gilbert Theatre
house. The one with the attractive : All you have to do is take one of those
the home
I WASHINGTON, D. C Facing Red Cross service on
lawn furniture and potted plants on the greatest task In Its history In front has expanded with the ever- $100 War Bonds for which you recently
the porch Is the Burgess house; the serving American fighting men on Increasing demand upon It. Mr,
I paid $75 go to your bank and
one with the riot of lovely flower SUNDAY .& MONDAY. advancing war fronts overseas their O'Connor laid. In addition to cob I say ee"I
l I. the Proctor house; the well-pro- -- families at borne, tbelr buddies returning lectlng more than ten million pints want to turn this in.
to the United Stat 1 after of blood for plasma since the begin
portioned house with its gleaming
DEANNA DURB1N and I discharge and the American peopleIn clng of the war, the Red Cross bal I r The Bank takes your $100 War Bond
paint and lines of shapely pines 'lithe GENE KELLY emergencies on the borne front met requests of the Army and Navy -gives you $75.
Nix house-and speaking of put I I the American iced Cross ,-lliauncb! for whole blood shipments to European I

ting out cuttings" It would be improved -in- Us third War Fund< campaign Marco and Pacific battle areas. Ten And you lose $25-just like that!
< greatly by this basic planting 1. centers on the East and West coasts
that I keep harping upon. "CHRISTMASHOLIDAY" That the American people will respond already participate In the collection Isn't that an easy way to drop $25? i
,-tb"jerv.! helming generosity of Type 0 whole blood, while others
The Church of God has some I to the appeal for $200,000.000 to stand ready to join In that program And isn't it a foolish way? i iI
plantings started In front of the carry on this world-wide program Is as military needs warrant. j I

parsonage, and I'm lure they meanto already Indicated In the nation.wide At four packaging centers manned Most people think so! That's ONE
determination to meet all Its war by volunteer workers more than I
out the Idea all around the
carry >E\VS why they're holding their
needs and to bring the five-year 20000.000 food parcels have been .
church Itself and then the I
struggle to an early and successful turned out In a steady stream for War Bonds I
bt very sightly, for the build M I\KCII OF TIME Report on Italy conclusion.In shipment to prisoners of war and '
ings are fresh and clean and the every Invasion during the past civilian Internees In Germany and II They don't know any easier way to

grounds very neat. year Chairman liaall Connor of the Far East. Surgical dressings MAKE $25.
The Abney house hak a new coat FRIDAY & SATURDAY the American Ked CrubS laid Red I 773,000,000 of them-were prepared:' ,
Cross workers have either gone with In the past year alone for front line
of paint and looks II'ranl.We )L .
the troops, or have followed within and hospital use. Production workers
hope for an early action on a very short time. Ked Cross field In hundreds of communities have
the horror next to Mixon's place, Oath of Vengeancewith directors were with General Elsen continued the never ceasing pro-
against which I have Inveighed in hower's men in the great amphibious gram of making warm garments for KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIGHTERSBUY

heat and anguish more than once. BUSTER CRABB Invasion of France aud with General destitute civilians In war-torn coon I
Joe' brother In has MicArthurs forces when they tries overseas\ and In those coun- | WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS i iI

promised returned to the P&llipptnei. trlea the Red Cross has assisted the';
to lend him a gang of carpen KAY KYSER in Ten thousand men and women Army In caring tor refugees and

ter's from that city to rebuild the I I wear the Red Cross uniform overseas homeless people.
houst. That will be Just ducky. We CAROLINA BLUES'' serving In every theatre of Npr has Its service. to the armed OKEECHOBEE
need more houses, and It will be a war and with every command. They forces on a global scale caused any I COUNTY
work In leave clubs club.noblles relaxation on the part of the Red ,
tremendous relief to be rid of such
DISNEY CARTOON rest homes hospitals. Red Cross Cross to carry out Its traditional
a threatening fire hazard. A good men. attached to fighting units are service to the American people In I I BANK '
south wind a careless cigarette NEWS with those outfits even In actual time ot disaster. Mora than 200 do
and poof Up In smoke would go combat. Red Cross girls dispense Hustle disasters-flood*, high winds: ,
not only the Mixon home but half --- snacks at air fields, along trucking and Ores-have foun/1 Red Cross I,L! OFFICERSC.
the town. COMING SOON" supply routes, behind front areas workers on the Job to relieve stricken I' H. McNULTY, PresidentN.
and In liberated cities. families and to aid in the rebuilding
:Many vacant lots In town are be- "SOCIETY" Many both men and women, are ot communities I RAY CARROLL, VIce-Pres. R. B. MESERVE, VIee-Pres. I

ing burned off, but when the fire on duty at scores of Isolated outposts "The need for Red Cross service DIRECTORS I tR. \
reveals piles' of tin cans and trash 'THE IMPATIENT: DEARS' throughout the world, and In the coming year will be greater !
B. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0. Pearce Allen MarkhamE.
aid vfuunded I
give to
I don't know that It has Improved "G.SLlGIIT"I I men In hospital than ever before, Mr. O'Connor
matters Isn't there ;I "SHINE ON IIIRVEST MOON" and on hospital ships plane sa.J. "In fulfilling! the Red Cross M. Mesem C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carrell i ,
any some way I I aad trains Away from the battle appeal for $00,000,000, tha"Amerl.I'cun .
we can get rid of these eyesores? I I areas, thousands more serve at military people will Indicate Its whole- Phone'15' ;
Would It be too much trouble to and naval Installations within hearted backing of men In the front

dig a pit 'In the lot and bury them ? tic United State 1111".." -

"J.tNiE"a' 4




j FRIDAY; MARCH 9, 194J TilE OKEECHOBEE NEWS _____ _____

7; ATCHURCHES Commissioners IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF! THE (ceased late of sold County, t. thCounty
!l1.TO BE STUDIED County NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF! Judge of Okeechobee County
The Rotary Club | OF CHRIST FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKF.B- Florida at his office In the courthouse

SCIENTIST:/ NEXT SUNDAY (Continued from NO 010 Florida, within eight calendar month

l Entertains The W. F. Walker, sal Co. HAZEL E. DIAMOND ) from the limo nf be first Publication

; . 74.80 Plaintiff, ) nf this natlce. Each claim .or demand
I Feb. .
"Man" la the subject of the los- Comm., v.' shall ba In writing and shall .t.le
I R. Raulerson, sal. Clerk STANLEY H. DIAMOND,) the place *f residence and post attire P. P. EVANSHOUSE
son-sermon which will be read In Defendant ) | address of the claimant, and aha k*
Future Farmers Fcb . . . . 171.80 ORDER OF PfHLICATION worn to the claimant agent or
Churches of Christ, Scientist, thru- and
It appearing by affidavit to tint mil utorney, any such claim or demand -
out the world on Sunday, March It. T. W. Conely, Jr.? sal. nf Complaint In H milt for divorce' i not so filed shall be Told.
Co. Judge Feb. . . 122.80T. filed In a cause pending In the Circuit i MRS SUSIE) AKRUBMUS, WIRING
The Future Farmers of America The Golden Text is, "Speak unto Court In and for Okeechobe i As executor of the Last Will sal
: W. Conely, Jr., sal. ('nnnty. Florida wherein Hanoi E.Ulnmond Testament of
proved at the Rotary luncheon Tuesday all the congregation of the children Is plaintiff end Stanley Albert F. Arrhenln, de Mse4.
. . 49.90
of Israel, and say unto them, Ye | Co. Atty., Fob II. Diamond Is defendant; that diligent First publication January IV, IMS,
I noon that they are qualified to : Alderman Comm search and Inquiry have been

.. be called also the future peril menI I shall be holy for I the Lord your Bessie rondo! In discover' the residence of ----- .- .
I Tax Col., Feb. . . 125.00 unlil defendant, soil the snme Is
I tarlans of America. Six boys put : God am holy" (Leviticus 10:2) not forth a* Is known: that said
Ameng the citations which comprise i i Robert La Martin, sal, I defendant Is a resident of the'
on a demonstration of psrllmentaryproceeclure I "tIIot, Floridathat: Ills rest1ilenee I
I Tax Assessor Feb. .
for the Rotarians which the Lesson-Sermon Is tl1.I x. Is 420 North Dixie IIhth".ft"I'"t ), '
1 I from the Bibles I Mary Schulman, sal I \\ Palm Bench Flotilla, : hilt that \ A
could not have been bettered for accuracy following anld defendant has been absent from (
) "So God created man in his own Pros. Atty., Feb . 74.30 the Slate of Florida for more than I
action and knowledge the flung
snappy sixty days next preceding
Roberts rules of order. The II image, In the Image of God createdhe J. L. Chandler, sal. of title milt nail that there Is no person i

of boys createdhe Janitor, Feb . . . 88.80 In the slat of Florida the service'! ''
their leader him; male and female f a mihpnena npnn whom would blnll I
i were presented by l>
11'1 them" (Genesis 1s: 27). I W. B. Hargraves, sal.Supr. the defendant : That .the last) known! !, S Sw
L. Thurzenbach. Chairman of the"meeting" defendant 1
mulling address of the IIS.
Feb. . 40,00 I.
'iIGi Includesthe
The Lesson-Sermon also S. Alcoa Pilot, c/o Postmaster
i was Robert Hays, and I from the T. W Conely, Jr., sal Now York N. Y. ; ItI therefore ordered -
I members were J. C. Basil, Clint following passage that the said defendant, Stanley etIt
Christian Science textbook, "Sci Juvenile Judge, Feb. 15.00 II. Diamond tie and he Is hereby
Bass, Jack Garner, 11. T. Scott and required to appear to the Bill of Com-
ence and Health with Key to theScrlpturel" Mrs. N. 0. Stewart, sal plaint filed in snld came on or he. URL

i John MacKlnsaul. Baker Eddy Jailor, Feb . . . 56.70 tore the 2nd day of April A. D. Ifttf.
The speaker Introduced by Mr. by Mary otherwise the alleentlons of said Bill 1AN
"Man reflects Infinity, and this reflection County Welfare Bd., I of Complaint will h.. takea as confessed -
Turzcnbach was J. G. Smith of the by said defendant. I i
Is the true idea of God. Relief Allowance, Feb. ... 850.00Dalln It la further ordered that tits order YOU '
University of Florida, who gave an er Sch. Lch. Rm., he published once i week for II HELP
God In man the infinite Okee-I !
expresses four consecutive weeks In The la
outline of the of the rovA
history Groceries for Feb. . 12.50 published I ,
I Idea forever developing Itself, I chodeo News, a newspaper I KELP wqv
sity's agriculture extension service, and State.
In said County
N. 0. Stewart Attend.Co. .
broadening and rising higher and Dated this 20th day of February I .

and what It has meant to the farmers -i higher from a boundless basis Comm, Feb . 4.00 A. D.Circuit 1W5. Court 8eal I .rr
of the state (
Mortals have a Imperfect sense City of Okeechobee, Water, ROY R. RAI'LERSON: ,
Mrs. Babe Bartlett the -
greatly Circuit Court.
was Clerk
of the spiritual man and of the InfinIte C. H. & Jail, Feb------- 10.20Dennie' Okechnhe County Florlds! 'a- t4 0

appreciated pianist for the meetIng of his thought. To him Shop & Supply, By Sophronla Pease, D. C.
In place of Mom \Wallace' who range Story Sanderfnr Schulman
belongs eternal life" (p. 258: 11-14 Repairs on windmill (em.) 1.00 Attorney for Plaintiff /4tfis&Jt3UR
was busy feeding some stranded ..
25-27). American Flag Co., NOTICE'
boys at Connors Field I
V 18 x 10 U. S. Flag . 17.031 O licet.linhee County Florida
Tom Gartland of the Pahokee club I February in. 101.1.
Florida Power & Lght Co., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
was a visitor, with a nose rather I 'Gems for Your ScrapbookCHILDREN I Elcc. C. II. & Jail, Feb 18.22 piirnunnt to Section 8 of Chapter I
IXJim. I.ans of Florida.! Acts 1937.
out of joint because the Okeechobeeclub
Sears, Roebuck I Co., known as the MURPHY ACT. and In neighborly Standard Oil Man
boasts a 100 percent attendance pursuance of Chapter :HISS. Laws of ,I
Windmill for Cemetery 87.10 11)41.) known the the contract.
? Florida. Arts nf us prides himself on rendering service beyond
record for February, topping the EVERGLADES DRAINAO1!: PH.'' +
Children have neither a past nora 1
The H. & W. B. Drew Co.
Tahokee record and leading the TRICT ACT, tbe following described Many a Southern farmer has learned this to his advantagein
future. Thus thqy enjoy the Sup., Co. Judge & Sheriff 40.07 land situated In Everglade'
iitate. With another perfect attend- present-which seldom happens to Drainage District In Okeechobee the more than sixty years Standard Oil men have served
Park Drug Co., medicine County, Florida will be offered for

ance record for the Tuesday meet- us.-Burere. for prisoners . . . 2.75Mason's solo nt public outer for the highest the farm
Slid best rush hid nuMect to the rlirhtif
Ing, Okeechobee Rotarians are out Too much cannot be done towards Uv Delivery, the Trustees, nf fluInternal, Improvement With tanic-trucks operating from more than .300 Luik: delivery
to attain another month's record Fund end of the Hoard of
guarding and guiding well the Ice coupon books . . 2.90 Commissioners of Everglades Dralnsire points there's a Standard Oil Man serving your community

; YINITIATION : germinating and Inclining thoughtof Pay Roll Cemetery Wk. 48.00 District at the Courthouse to reject any beginning and all at 10:00 Mil", Take advantage of the dependable petroleum prod-

CEREMONY AT childhood.-Mary Baker Eddy. Pay Roll, Cemetery Wk. 52.75Knlght'l o'clock A. M., on the 10th day of advice he offer
and the experienced
EASTERN STAR VIKTINft March, 1H.1. As to all parcels! of ucts he sells friendly,
Children need models more than Servo Sta., land nf ten acre or more tItleto of
LAST TUESDAY EVENING Inle-bnlf of petroleum and three- on the maintenance your machinery.
gas Cemetery work . 738 I
they need critics, Joseph Joubert. fourths of other minerals will herencrvHil

The Okeechobee News, by Trunteen of the In.r.nal
Z. K. Williams and Allan Markham Who feels Injustice; who shrinks Improvement Fund.. Easementsfor i
printing for Sheriff . 12.60
road right of way 200 feet wide
were Initiated into the Order before a slight; who has a sense of V. J. Domer making key will he reserved by iinld Trustee from : e"r Your Standard Oil man will be glad to give

of the Eastern Star wrong so acute, and so glowing Ingratitude I any parcel through which there 1* an FREE of this 64-page Manualon
on Tuesday a copy
for Sheriff'. office . 1.50S. I existing state rand : and easement for you
night. All Masons are eligible to for kindness, as a gener rtralnamt' and reclamation and fore Wartime Machinery Mai tenallce.lf will t

ous boy ?-Thackeray.Re C. Paige gas -- ,nil I ',rl'o.ro11\ he reserved and help you hepyour machinery in ghting trim.
apply for membership in the allied cemetery work . . 3.88 I I fftv percent (30: %) of all oil pas and t :
0. E. S. and many avail) themselves pect the child. Be not too mineral rights will be reserved by the
Bishop Office Equip., Board of Commissioners of Everglades I
of the opportunity to enjoy the much his parent. Trespass not on supplies county officials. 47.32 D'..I'niffe Pi.trlctr rI I
his .olltuele.-Emerson. ) '''tp-"oN "ee Twp. R"'ecr, STANDARD OILINCORPORATED l
and social fmitlona with a
meetings )
American Red Cross donat. 50.00 1."1 7. ....k. :2 Royal Onks Snh41vhdun. I

their wives. You cannot teach a child to take Okee. Chamber of I .
Lute 1 '" 4 I innik. 30 Cltv of | N KENTUCKY,
The Chapter Room i la the Mason care of himself unless you will let Commerce dona'lon\ . 1,000.00 I)cholioe.
a Lot 7 to 10 Inc.. n snd 1 fl. Hlk
ic Temple was beautifully adornedfor him try to take care of himself. He Withholding Tax Fund, tax S, Southwest Addition. -
the occasion, and refreshments will make mistakes; and out of I Lot 11 and 12. Hlk B. Southwest -- -- -
withheld for Feb. . 14.60 Addition. 1
of apple pie a la mode and coffee I I these. mistakes will come his wisd FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Lot 1.>. )ilk. U Wrlirht & Fans
h.! ._ served after the II. W. Beecher.
ceremony I om.- I Roy R. Raulerson, coat bills I Kl'SIKKS; OF TUB iNTFTIN41. -

.- Co. Clr. Ct., Feb. . .$ 4180 OF .THK IMPROVEMENT STA1K' ; OF FLOI1-FIND 'I Your Cattle and

T.V.. Conely, Jr., docket II) t.lintlir. I Bring
Army, Navy I II fees, Fob. . . . . 14.00 ACR( KVKHOIAPES DISTRICT' DRAIN.

Mary Schulman, convictionfees fly Itov It. RMI.ERSOV. rout Calves to

I Endorse Red Cross War Fund Feb . . . . 25.00N. for Improvement Trustees of Fund th" Inler.nnl and

of l' mmlmilonersof
O. Stewart cost bills, for llnnrd < .
Eve..I.I.' nlnnge DIs.frlit

I WASHINGTON, O. C.-la answer ; the) war shall be won. Let us be Sheriff, Feb . . . 304.11 Oki-erhnliee "'..nnt,..
I Florda!
to President Roosevelt's appeal to I equally determined that the Red ROAD & BRIDGE FUND __

I the nation on behalf of the Ameri Cross shall be enabled 'and permitted Gilbert Culbreth -1I'rJO or ""Tt'TW'Ii TO
can Red Cross to fulfill the $200.* I to measure up to the needs ol SELL I. \I) KINGAN & CO.
Disc. No.4. . . . .$ 2.25 I :NOTICE( l< IlDIinin: :; IIIVIIV: Mint
001,000 Red Cross War Fund goal the situation and the high standard 'iiiiiHiiiiut' to Si'itlon 1": ,ill. riiniiti'r
tor 1945, America's foremost military \ which we have set for It." I Ruble Bas, gas, Dlst. No. 2 3.75 inil.-s.: Laws ",f FI"rlh.Ai te of HM1

I Boree Lumber Co., lumber and XcMtlon '17. f'hlll"P.|' 11717 Lao
and naval leaden the press CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ,
nf 1.'lorl.llI.1." of Vi.'ll: : tie niiii'iiilodhy
___ ___. .___._.__ _u__ __ .._.__._.____.___._ __ __ I Ij I Diets No.3, 4, 5 . .,' 174.05Bennie' KiK-tlnn 11. Chnnti-r SWISS.: I Ione oft'lorliln.
Artx of 11141. mid mess 1'iir-
aOY ''F I Shop & Supply, 1111111 t.. Sift) .', l_>. "I"'II'r| L'117.1.Lints : BARTOW

;- A, S repairs, Dist No.3. . 10.85 of riorMn .\.f' nil. nsiinieiidoil .
fZsw .
a bv Si-Hlon I'l. rimpti'r I'IW.I\
"RI Pay Roll, Dist. No. 4, labor. 34.00 Luna of Florlil.i. AiU of Vii:, : and
"'.I'tloii 41. I ''"pl'r| "''i.'.'. I III"'e ofriiiililn.
Pay Roll, Diet No. 1, labor. 29.75 i Ai'tK ol I'.Hl. im iiniiMiiliMl, hvSii'llmi
Roll 21, Clupdor, 2207H. Leas ofI'Moililii
Pay Dist No.3, labor. .30.50 I .\...IB i of 1nC1.:) 'lib. ,liI I OH IMSiloHiTlhed ,

Pay Roll, Dist. No. 2, labor 34.50 I (nods. In ukeechuln'c County.
I'l.'H.hi to nit ::
j J. M!. Hayes, trans, tractor to Lot 21 Hlk 5. Hn.s SubdivisionI
I 7 and fry: of Lot S Elk. 110,
from Clewlston, Fla. 7Q.OO City nf OkeerhoJ.c.

1 I, T. J, Simmons, labor Dist. 4 80.01) Luis OkecrhoheeLor, 111 and 17 Hlk. 10.1 City of I

I Stlmson Gen. Marshall Forrestal Adm. KingORGANIZATION S. C. Paige, gas, I : 0 lllk. 4, Southern I'lnrs AdIIillon. I

Dists. No.2. 8, 4, 6 . 14.00 ,. and 8, Blk. 2. Royal
| and educational, religious, fraternal, : "Eacn one of our I Lore J .1.; II 1 I Daily Cash Market

Industrial and labor groups pledged members knows that the Red Cross Pay Roll, Dist. No. 8, labor. 13.01) full I:. XuliilhlsloiiLul lllk. 2US. City of Okee- I

unstinting support la constantly at that loved one's orfrlend'i Scharfschwerdt Bros., 'h"hr
.1. lllk. 20 Coiiuers IllglilnndaSubdlvlKlon ,
Secretary of War Stlmson expressed side in his time of need. supplies, Diets No.1 & 4. 7.80 Let

his gratitude to tre Red AMERICAN FARM BUREAU Knight's Service Sta, Xi-i of MV'i of :,;\n. of SEV4.SIM I
gas, :\ 8%
20. 'l'Wl'7. lge.
Cross for discharging its responsibility FEDERATION: "Such vital Red
Diets No. 2 and 4 . . 22.62 Lots 1. 2, rn1 and 6.ionBlk. B. I Convenient
I to the Army "with efficiency Cross programs as home nursing -Southern : dl

i and humanity" throughout the war. nutrition, disaster relief and other 0. K. Garage, repairs, Diet 4 3.00 nil! I.H ..if,-rid for see, at public outcry bid
beat cash
for the highest
1 Chief of Staff General George C. helpful activities during recent years Withholding Tax Fund, "iilijeet to the rlehf of the llonrd ofCuimiilsslniiers

Marshall added: "The Red Cross have combined closely to Identify tax withheld for Feb. 1945 1,00 of EuTgliidc. Drainage
\ District and/or llonrd of
has kept pace with the growth of this national organization with rural AGRICULTURAL FUNDJ of Okeechobee County,

the Army by enlarging Us services' life In America. The American Farm Florliln. to reli'et nnand nil bide. Courteous
S. Underhill, recordingfees at the Courthouse, tieuhinlnir,, at 10 nnoVIock
fureau Federation .
to meet soldier needs both In this urges every the lllth dsv or.

country and overseas." member to give It wholehearted sup Feb . . , .1,30.00 March 1943.A! M t. Easement on for ilrnlnsg'(
port through the organization's local V- nml n-rliiinntlnii\ nml rail parposrs'
Secretary of the Navy James V, ---- nlll be reserved and. fifty percent I

Forrestal, citing Red Cross war con chapters. Inncl(: ; ) of nil all gas and mineral
FEDERAL COUNCIL Of By using V-Mall you will get all rights 111 also l he reserved.ItO.UiD !.

tributions of blood plasma prisoner CHURCHES: "It Is obvious that tbe the advantages of the fastest means OF COMMISSIONER.MKS DRAINOF ?. No Shrink '
of war food packages and! civilian OF EVERC.I
war aid, said, "In the blackness of world situation at the present tlm' of communication and save plane .\1.t: IIi, HIC'!'

war, the Red Cross stands as a will make greater demands upon space so that others will be able to andrintIllr ('01'MY' COM-

of Red Cross than ever before We speed mall to their MISIIIU: nr oKKiiiioIIIE : -
beacon of mercy we caa men overseas,
commend to the churches of the : COINTY. FIOKIDA.Iv .
all be proud. Never has money been .. ROY It. UAftElliON: .
various communions in the United --- Ciurt No Commission
put to better use." Cork' < f ill' circuit
States the appeal for the American Clerk of the Circuit Court ofOUoeiholw
Admiral Ernest J. King, comman- NOTICE or IVTKVriOV TO MAKE Cminli, Fly, rlila,
Red Cross War Fund in 1943. AITMCTIOV
dei-ln-chlef of the United States as nireiit for mild Boards
fleet pointed out that "every time MANUFACTURERS IN THE COPKT OF THE COT'VTY Deputy Clerk
the Red Cross assists a man In the OKKEC1IOBEE: COUNTY,
businessmen stand STATE OP FLORID.
ready to assist i NOTICE 10 1I.'TnR
armed forces In any way. There can In every way possible the American In re the E.taf.. of ) (lf M Probate Act S..... lit, 110))
the humanitarian C. F. WALKER. [ JJf PROBATE I 'OJ'STY
be no doubt that IN Tin COI.MIT OF HIE (
Red Cross In Us fund
raising efforts"NATIONAL Deeessnl )
American Red Cross
activities of the
Tn AM Whom It
have a direct bearing on the outcome CONFERENCE "The :Notice Is berohy given that I. W. 1/'. I I, In rEstate of >
great Unlker have film!
my final report M
Albert F'
of the war. worth of the American Red Cross Administrator of the estate of C. P Deceased)

Both the American Newspaper has become more obvious as the war Walker. deceased ; that I have filed mypetition I I To All Creditors and Per ons having
Publishers Association and the National for final discharge and that Claims or Uuiniinds Agnlnxt Said CELEBRATING OUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY
develops and u our fighting men I will apply to the Honorable T.V., I

v I Editorial Association's presl- testify. Gladly, therefore, we recom lonely, Jr., Conntr Judge of Okee.choliee Yon Estate end: each "r"u lire hereby

dent promised complete cooperation mend every generosity on the part ear, nf County.March 10M Florida, for on approval the 10th of notified and required to iiresnnt aav

from the Americas press. of the American people In the 1845 nine, and for flral discharge as Admlnlntrntor claims and demands which yon or
either of have agiilnst
.son um
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Among endorsing the War campaign." of the estate of C. r.Welker .
groups estate of Albert F. Arrhenlns I de-
deceased on this Oth day of .., _
Fund are: CENTRAL CONFERENCE: OF February, 1945.W. I I II KINGAN & CO.


Cross bas exempltflid the fine, traditional Cross Is the most appealing phllantbroplo I Administrator.. F Walker of, the deceased estate ort $

spirit of American helpful- cause before the American Jlaerq

ess. The approach of the postwar people today. May the outstanding -- b i

reconstruction period will not lessen success of the HIS Red Cross War
Ft. Meade Bartow
the calls for Red Cross services." Fund campaign demonstrate the 0 t I 1 Highway

AMERICAN FEDERATION) OF spiritual calibre of the American I I c.; .

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