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: October 12, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 31-Number 16 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, October 12, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Concert Open Season In Fort Will Pierce Minutes' of Regular W.Meat D Coker Market Leases To O. L i! Okeechobee Victory Loan And Why We

Service Menthe On -November 6th i Meeting of County Raulerson- For Year I,; Must Meet Our Quota Is Explained By

The Fort Pierce Concert Association

World I Over will launch Its new season the School Board Given "Okeechobee Announcement News is today made that In W.the D. Allen Markham War Finance Chairman

night of Nov. 6th with the -
1 presentation !I (Dave) Coker has leased the meat :I ,
of the Metropolitan Quartet II
Captain Morlsette, husband of market he has operated since 1926 -

wormer Min Lela Worth grand- In the grade school auditorium, It I I The Board of Public" Instructionof to 0. L. Raulerson. The lease Is effective THE GADFLYBy The war Is over-but that Is not

was announced today, Okeechobee Florida, met the whole The
County story. country must
laughter of Mr. and :Mrs M E. Laver Monday, October 15, and Is
Each:: member of the quartet Is In regular session on October 1, I have a final Victory Loan and Okee
received hit Captaln'i rating for one year. MARJORIE B. WALLACE
outstanding as a soloist and the soprano the Superintendent chobee Its
this. week. I 1945 in the office of Mr. Raulerson Is no stranger to must meet quota In this

Jean Carlton, Is especiallywell at 10 o'clock a. m. final loan for the following\ reasons
('apt. MorUsette was a prlaoner \ the meat business In Okeechobeeas Suppose we have hash today The
remembered because of the"elose.up" E.Llghtsey ,
Those present were: Van )
u( war In Germany for two yeare. he worked for !Mr Coker many Gad-fly has been getting entirelytoo
of her appearing In the W. H. Harden, W. J. before the -1.: To pay the bills for munitions,
He was liberated and returned to years entering meat serious and ponderous lately,

Military Control April 29. lie re- March Others 26 Issue of Life Magazine, Thomas and Superintendent Carl T. businss for himself. He recntly sold' not to say pompous. So today we and material' already delivered and
appearing with her will be
timed to the United States June 3 Durrance.The his market in the A&P store to his will flit about and see what use can used
Mary Davenport, contralto, Lloyd I following business was transacted -
and was Immediately given a sixtyiiven Llnder brother. be made of that almost atrophied 2. To pay the cost of guarding
tenor and Paul Matthen
day leave. ,I : :I I Mr. Coker started In the meat stinger. Germany and Japan.
baritone. The
program will\ Include Upon the resignation of Mr, Wilbur -
('apt. and Mrs. Morlssctte begin along I | business in 1922 with the old Okee- 3. To pay for the care. of our
popular selections from grand operas I Hazellief, Sylvester Arnold was First, about the new tax-raising wounded ,
at the and disabled.
delayed honeymoon '
chobee when It
Supply Company was
by Massenet, Mozart, Saint- driver School Bus 4.
appointed I I ordinance passed by the city
i "opley Plaza Hotel In Boston, Mass. I In operation at the creek In a build- 4. To pay off and provide benefits
Saens and Verdi as well as light written request of Mrs There
Upon Monday night. was surprisingly -
I three weeks with his for the 8 vet
They spent Ing located on the site where the million or more
opera number such as a duet from Pearl Hancock asking financial) aid little opposition which argues -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morin 1 I Everglades Hotel is now located In erans to be discharged by next
Maytlme by Romberg sung by Miss In transporting her children from a sensible and understanding
,tte In Laurence, Mass., one week November 1926 the Raulerson & July.
Carlton and Linder; a duet from the school bus line In
Osowaw to Of there those
populace course are
.n, Maine with relatives and the remaining I Coker Market was opened in the 6. To keep the lid on price inflation -
Gilbert und SuUivan's' Pinafore by Fort Drum the Board authorizedthe funny people who didn't go to the .
time with Mrs Morlssette'iiiunt rear of the L. M. Raulerson Store
Miss Davenport ind Matthen, and of $15.00 month to I behind
payment per meeting but are now whispering
and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I' and Mr. Coker was the manager. Take reason number four for In.
the Laughing Song from "The Bat"by her.
hands graft
their rumors
Wienton in New Jersey. Later he bought the Interest of L. stance. It will cost our government
Strauss, BUng by Miss Carlton The Board authorized Mr. Creel,: 'Twas ever thus
At th end of his leave he report i'I M Raulerson and It became Coker's I and mal-practice. better than 2 million dollars\ next
The program will close with a medley driver of school bus No. 1, to make If believe them the city papas ]
"I to A-.luntic City N. J., tor re- Meat Market and he has operated It you year for mustering out pay for the

;-liissiflcatlon. He was given a of Show Tunes by the entire a stop In front of the Ellis residence since- Individually got rich off the water | returning soldiers and sailors at

ensemble. on Parrott Avenue, South ofPaige' works and
lio.ce; of an honorable discharge or In announcing the lease of his Improvement program the rate of $300 per man which we
This season's series includes five Tourist Camp, to pick up ready to line their pockets
umainlpg In the Army for the duration I II market Mr. Coker expressed a deep are getting all are agreed is small enough for
concerts instead of the four presented school children from that vicinity; more with this new
some the service have
of the emergency. lie preferred feeling and many thanks and appreciation they rendered.
lat year Becaust of popular said stop was authorized only' on a Well If they got away withIt
to remain In the Army, and I to his many customers money. Our quota In "E" Bonds In the
demand, it Is probable that the temporary basis. I know whose fault It Is, don'tyou
you Victory Loan Drive which b.iln'lOctober
requested a trannfer to Hendrlcks who have traded with him for so ,
pianist, William Masselos, who I The Board adopted the following I ? ( Personally, I don't believe It
I-'n.Id. /bvbrliitf, where he Is now stat 1 1I many years, Some of them having 29th is $19,000. That meant
the Fort Pierce concert- regulations: That no school bus for a moment.) But if you take no
I the citizens of Okeechobee
red A> a pest officer. been with him before the present are to
goers last season will appear witn driver Is permitted to make any interest whatsoever in the actionsof
Capt. and Mri. Morlsiette were market was opened. I Invest $19,000 In the best securitythe
Frances Magnes, violinist, on Dun I stop or allow any child to unload' between city council, don't dare to
married In Sebring In October of \Mr. Coker will devote a1of\ his your world has to offer today. We
18 Alec Templeton, pianist! and entertainer the regular designated stop I whining around In whispersyour
1D42. time in the future looking after his come will receive $35,333 In return for
will be here on Jan IS, where the child is picked up and I objections to what they do.
I cattle and developing his pastures the $19,000 we invested. In addition,
t Thomas L. Thomas, baritone, on Feb. the school house, except In cases of The meetings are open, the books
Drew Field, Tampa Fla., Oct. 7- Barbara I around Okeechobee. we are helping keep down inflation,
Troxell, soprano on 'emergency. The Board further prohibits 1 I __ are available It's jour city councilIf
Special to Okeechobee. \ewI-Cor. as this year there will only be on.dollar' .
March 21. I any driver after delivering i want to make it so. If you '
you worth of
'''iral William N. Stratton consumers goods
was released '
from service with the United Tin 11 ale still tome memherth.pii I children to the school house, from I i Russell Kay Boosts never attend a meeting then keep for every $1.60 that the public has

available at Hotton's Book Store I hauling any child from the school mouth shut.If .
your to spend. There Is better
States Army Air Forces today at 'I no way to
Drew Field Separation Station. and the Chamber of Comment ot to town. Livestock Market you went to be very sure of Invest this other one-third of our

Ace in Fott Piclce, I The Board established a rule that the disposition of this new tax I Income '
Cpl. Stratton. the son of Mr. and we can not s end
ICarl each child upon entering school for money, you can go to the next meeting than It In
Mrs. Charles N. Stratton of Okee- putting war bonds.
the first time must present t. the And I Its OfficersYou Monday night, when they expectto We
chobee, Fla. Prior to his entering N. Herman must remember that the gov
principal or teacher a Birth Certificate introduce another ordinance allocating -
the service he was a student in the I ernment has only two ways to raise
before said child will be '.. If /
a various
it to projects
Florida Military Institute. the money It needs, that Is through
Gives Interesting lowed to enroll In any school within know I always looked on my the two gentlemen who started a
In M-y 1U42 he was aent overseas \ this' county.w-.I.:: "*'*.+ *f friend At' Cod)', 'publish**' of Use riot this' very question last Mon taxation and borrowing Which ._* dMa,* t
on would ? Higher taxes f"
with the 79tn SAW to the CBI Florida's you prefer or
In order to relieve the overcrowded Florida Cattleman, as
Talk Rotarians' day night- prematurelyare -
theatre of operations where he remained to Investing In "E" Bonds where you '
condition of Bus No. 4 coming I greatest booster of our growing
to continuethe
at the next meeting will
until his return to the like I receive Interest on your money
I from the River, the Board Instructed livestock Industry but it looks
battle I
can promise you some The
raited Victory Loan Is
State In February of this going to be
Presenting the of the Secretary to notify Mr. R, T. Paul Scarborough, Jr., Special Representative excitement Free-for-all and
" "..".'., history Rotaryfro no handled through the schools and

--. C I man entirely novel and interesting I Llghtsey, driver of Bus No. 3, to of the Seaboard Airline, holts barred. each $3,000 In war bonds will buya

Last angle Rabbi Carl N. Herman, I extend his present route to the De- Is running him a close second. My pet peeve Joe's house, now bed and accommodations ,
week we carried a letter Paul dropped by to see In a
of West Palm Beach, spoke to the I Berry Garden Area. Anyhow being pretty well fixed up just hospital with
mm Stewart Llghtsey to his par- name of the
I' after attending a cattle pow-
, Okeechobee Rotary club at the Coach Tom Perrin, of the Okee me waiting for paint to be a very respectable Okeechobee school
nts, Mr. and Mrs M. R. Lltfhtsey and sale held in Okeechobeenot inscribed on
meeting Tuesday noon. An experi chobee High School, appeared before wow piece of property I shall\ for
and today we have another one that tol, long and about all the guy sam returning wounded vet
I enced and brilliant speaker, Dr. the Board with reference ago now jump catty-cornered across the
it of much interest because it was : could talk about was Florida cattle erans.
s i Herman described the social conditions using the auditorium ash combination street to the building variously
written from Japan. Following Is and what marvelous future lies object of the Victory Loan '
I forty years ago which led di- auditorium and gymnasium, a known as Albert's Hotel and less Committee is
I Inn letter: I cattle to obtain our quota
I rectly to the birth and growth of The Board met with the faculty In ahead for as a printable names. Honest folks, thisIs through r
T Sept., 1945 According to Paul they really\ hada subscriptions by October
Rotary as the first of the service the auditorium at three o'clock p. as disreputable an old hulk of 29th. So in order
Dearest Folk; shores of that our county
down there on the
clubs. Something of the sort was m. on the above date, at which timea party tumble-down steps, askew windows,
Hope everyone there are fine to- I Lake Okeechobee with the Livestock may have the honor of being the I
inevitble to meet the needs and the general discussion, both pro and 1 I peeling stucco, flapping drain gutters first
night. I am, and am having the Association Chamber of Commerce county to go over the top,
temper ef the tit:es, as the assert con, was had in regard to the above I and general debility and dls won't' do
time of my life I'll\ have to go to and city and county officials you your part to help
I I tlon of the importance of the Indl- matter. A committee was appointedby repair, as may be found in Okeecho
work soon though then it may not host to a flock of dignitaries your county obtain this quota by
i j vidual man emerged from an age of C.'o[. Williams, Principal to playing bee. It stands on its tottering foundations purchasing bonds when
be you are
so funny. from hither
: that gathered
I huge corporations, trusts, and combinations work out the details of such a pro leering horridly at passersby called ?
I'm In Yokahama now but I may 1 and for the occasion, which, upon
I Dr. Herman Illustratedthis gram. The plan of the committee yon with its aged, dirty air of decay. W. ALLEN
have to move up to Tokyo within I' from all I gather, was what might MARKHAM
I with examples of political aej was to first be submitted to the It's really a fire trap, too, of course County War Finance
the next week. can't to
seem well be termed an "auspicious" one.
j tivlty, the literature of the day, faculty for Its approval before being It should be torn down and given i
decide where they want me. I was In weather that ran the gamut
and even with popular songs, all of submitted to the school board at its decent burial. Or maybe there is Churches
on my way to Tokyo once but they from brilliant sunshine to sudden of Christ
| which reflected the Individualismwhich next regular meeting.of enough good material In It to builda
had a little trouble there so the 1 squalls of rain the Okeechobee :Scientist '
was replacing a corporateage. couple of houses. Anyhow, it Is at I
place was declared off limit for all Livestock Market enjoyed the sec -
Okeechobee's number one
American troops, It seems the peo- the Florida Power and Light Co., ond busiest day In Its history.To present "ARE SIN, DISEASE, AND DEATH

pIe here don't want to quit fighting.I The need being present the man I W. E. Nexsen Scout Executive of the accompaniment of bawling disgrace The owner thereof assuresme REAL?" is the subject of the Les
don't think there will ba much to fill it also cattle roaring B-17's from nearby that when he can get help
was present, and Dr West Palm Beach, Calvin Drawdyand son-Sermon which will be read I In
fix the
trouble from now on though. The Herman told something of the life Fred !McKenzie Hendrlcks Field and clacking' Seaboard materials, going to Churches of Christ Scientist
Emperlor came out and made a and education and character of the John Northwood, who was attending freight trains, a veteran auctioneer wreck up. Oh, happy dayl throughout world

public speech to the people of Japan founder of Rotary, Paul V. Harris, his last meeting before leavingfor A. C. McNurlen of Umatilla To an unknown benefactor, my October 14. on Sunday, .

and told them to lay down which fitted him to translate the New York state to join Mrs. knocked down 465 head of sleek thanks for the new paint cabin jobs The Golden Text Is: "Look upon

their arms. This U the first time In vision Into reality.Dr. Northwood presented the monthly steers to a bevy of buyers who which are transforming the of Zion, the city of our solemnites:

the history of Japan that the Em. Herman then looked into the review of The Rotarian, and exchanged came from just about everywhereand camp on the western outskirts The Inhabitant
not say, Iam
perior has ever made a public future of Rotary. He said that of farewells with his fellow stood around eagerly with their town. I think I mentioned once sick the

speech There hasn't been any trouble I{ the four main objects of this service members. !Mr. Northwood, a charter I pockets full of folding money, that the people living in these therein shall people that dwell
be forgiven their Iniquity"

here all. There weren't club In the background In little places had kept the grass cut,
at many two had been attained and member of the club has been a taking the
l, (Isaiah 33:20, 24).
people here when we got here but were being vigorously prosecuted faithful and active member and will show, was a lively crowd of lean the trash burned, and had done

they are just' beginning to comeback today-club service and community be greatly missed. I and lanky cow hands townsfolks their best to make a decent place of Among the citations which com
prise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following .
In from the hills\ Most of the service. The great opportunity and I L. V. Conrath was presented with from bankers to bootblacks, a color. it. Now that the cabins are being
from the Bible "It Is betterto
I :
kids and girls are afraid of us. The J duty of Rotary in the future, and his lapel button by President Hiram ful assortment of Seminole Indians repaired and painted, their efforts

Jape fed them ao much stuff about I' the assurance of its continued I Raulerson and welcomed officially 1 1I In their native garb, state, county will show, and the little group of I trust In the Lord than to put
I confidence in man. The Lord Is
how we would rape them The Jap growth and importance, are in the Into the organization I and city 'officials and a smatteringof doll houses will be as attractive as my
i strength and song, and Is become
soldiers either salute or bow to us other two objects, vocational service R. B. Mestrve is program chair newspapermen.The it has been unsightly. Good work

when we meet them on the streets. and International service man for next week's meeting and Is genial "Colonel" from Uma Alto Is adding to his clean, neat my salvation. I shall not die, but
live, and declare the works of the
It'i safe to walk< the streets In the I Dr. Herman's refreshingly new planning something entirely differ hula mike In one hand and gavel In group of cabins in the heart of .
I Lord" (Ps. 113:8: 14, 17)).
day time but not advisable at night.,and beautifully presented review of ent for the amusement and edification the. other, paced the auction from town, and they-are almost always

It Isn't safe to go outside the cityat the organization gave every Ro- of the club.WANTED early afternoon until nearly dark occupied Does your old filling eta
TEACHER available Master'sDegree
anytime A couple of the boys tartan present a sense of the dignity when the chore was finally finished tion come next on the Improvement
I Life Certificate for
were riding around today outside nad importance of his service 1| I Mlddl.-a,. woman to U was possible for W. E. Carson, program, Alto? ,

the city They stopped at a big, I club, In its past accomplishments cook for restaurant. Good wages and president of the market to proudly Rumor hath It that we are to Biology; Home Economics; Science)

house a wayi out and were talking" $land Its future opportunities. | meals. Apply PARROTT AVENUE |Inform all\ and sundry that only have a grand new postofflc build- Junior Grades. Writ Elizabeth

(Continued on page I) I Guests present were C. H. Ellis ,I CAFE. (Continued on Pace 3) (Continued on Pap Two) McDermott, Lakeland, Fla. .





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money as souvenirs but the most of I I I quit making any money at all, may. If they give me another star for I surround It with ornamentals and a down-one of them-on the lid of

@hcCdtoltcc] lfirfv5( It came from pictures. be just a dollar once In awhile. I here, I'll have 54. I don't know wide, wide sidewalk for the chil I the trash can to eat the banana. I
but I won't.this -
My Buddy and I made portraits I i wasted lots of money while I was whether' we'll get a star for comingIn i dren's tricycles. In another twenty could mention names banana skins

Published Every Friday by tk. fellows in different outfit for five I there-I can't figure out how here before the war was over or I years I won't be able to dodge them, time. Throwing offense
II punishable
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeeeha- dollars a print. That didn't pay off though. I sent about three or four not but there are rumors that we I aa easily as I do now, and there on the sidewalk a
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida too bad. If we tried we made a cou- I hundred home and I bought a camera will. Avlll always be small boys on tri In most cities, for It invite
:1. I This is the longest letter I've disastrous falls The mental makeup
BRYANT BOWDEN ........ EdItor ple hundred a day There was somany I for 30000. My books say cycles. who do this sort of
days we couldn't take pic ade about $1200.00.I'd written In a long time-It's just of people
about Think I'll to the Mowing the parka helps a lot. thing Is simply beyond my compre-
got me. go
Entered II .....ond else matter July tures, though because the weather like to make a little here before
Pout Offli- In Okeeeha- show. Cleaning the sidewalks .has helped. hension.
1. 101 I. lit the
wan so bail. So we sold pictures of I home if I can. I don'tthink
bra, Fl.., tinder Act of Mir. 8, 1ST go
Love to all. Mowing the road shoulders has help- While in an ordinance-passing
dead Japs at a dollar a piece If the I It Is going to be'so easy
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Stewart. ed. Vacant lots are next on the mood, dear city papas, why not get
would! take as high as 150 at though. I haven't figured out how '
One Year In advance . .. ,M 08 guy a mowing agenda. Progress we are busy on one or two to control this
Six Months In advance .... 1.00 tu e. We had four fellows that were I jet unless it's with pictures.Don't .
getting, and we are duly grateful.But I aort of civic outrage You probably
Three Months In advanee buving, them from us ike that andresoilng look for me home for '
I THE GADFLYContinued WilY won't people use the i won't get elected again, anyhow.
them for :t for $5.00 Xmas not for quite awhile after as
I trash cans? In front of one of the i f
from One
( Page )
Service Men (Both of u' gut !Ian though so we things stand now I have 41) points.Now" .
Ing'That will ba lovely. Let's put It stores the other day some folks !

(Continued from Pmre One) I on the park across from the tennis 1. peeled bananas, threw the danger-' Subscribe to The News
to tho people. They linked our boys r -;:- courts, facing Parrott Avenue, and 1 loul skins on the sidewalk, and sat I

if they didn't feel l funny being over -,

here when they knew the Japs had -- ----. .. .. '.-. -. '----- ..... ... .
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nlready taken San Francisco. ,1 !

On the way back nomeone took a POINTS

shot at them. The only 'hlnir It :

hurt was one of the fellow's hat. It .
got a bullet hole through It. The THE VICTORY LOAN -
I .
people get friendlier every day w FOR
though. I was riding around this

afternoon. Everyone waved at us :

I'm still staying on the sane ship bl r

I eating came canned up on. goods Tin boys and on are land a little are' I_ y' Help Increase Supplies of Soap I THE VICTORY LOAN DRIVE IS ON ALL OVER THE NA- .

crowded for sleeping quarters. The and Other Peacetime Products w.

four of us that are in my unit have By Saving More Used TION AND OKEECHOBEE COUNTY IS, AGAIN EXPECTEDTO

been having it pretty nice on board Fats

10 we got the photo officer to let OVER-SUBSCRIBING ITS QUOATA.THE .
industrial fats far
us stay until he needs us or the I short of last 1831'1! We are almost downto
ship pulls out. In return we are I the bottom of the barrel. The nation's industrial fat supply
his b millions of pounds lest than it was in 1944. We need fully
having laundry done. That was
as much as last year to help make the soaps and other civilian
no trouble, I just put It In with
goods you wantand, need so badly. So..
ours. I made arrangements for ours PEOPLE OF
the second day we were on board. 1 I jgjypbwte

took all the Generals pictures that H you want more soap and soap flakes..; THEIR QUOTA IN EACH OF THE OTHER DRIVES AND WE
can.e on board-20 of them came up if you're dreaming of nylons, sheets, cotton
with us. I gaVe him (the laundryman fabrics them to hurry back to the 0 : -
) a set of prints to wash and store .you can help by saving: lf WPLr
press our clothes as long as we are p f. those used kitchen fats as you never saved s :;j1'

on the ship. Then 1 gave the doctorin before! Save every drop, every dayl' ., .
f" ":J. ; .
charge of the ship's dark room a .jt I
set to I let us use It. .
f 1j.These fats are vitally necessary to help
have been
';' speed greater supplies of soaps and
though It was just to make us com v other things like new cars, electric
fortable. I had to give the Major washers, refrigerators and tires. Industrymust Okeechobee County Bank

that got us this stateroom a set of have these fats Of.to help get to

prints that were taken on the Battleship : t.ob._ you more quickly the peacetime products OFFICERS

Missouri at the signing of you want. x "''* C. H. :McNULTY, President R. B. MESERVE, Vice-Prei. WILL TOMLINSON,
'tt a '
r. '. ? yFtV.
the peace. And a few more guy, I' ,, .. ".h ; "....S I N. RAY CARROLL, VleePresand Cashier Assistant Cashier
\**-* fti hh' Ir..b
that have been nice to us--hk cooks and the fellow that runs tht .. So skim and scrape just as you did so w I DIRECTORSN.
ice cream room-the things you tan faithfully before V-J Day. To prove how I RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
important it is, has increased MARKHAM MESERVE E. :M. :MESERVEJ.
get for a few pictures!! .,. your government W. ALLEN Jr. R. B.
You 'probably wondered where I C. the point bonus. So please help I O. PEARCE
Keep on saving: used fats! If you can't finda
got the money I sent home from .. .
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store accepts used fats, call Home
New; Guinea. I couldn't tell -1 .
you -- - -- --- -
Demonstration or County Agent.
then but now that censorship has j" .

been lifted I can. I sold tome Jap .. -..' ,, ,.'. 'e"" '
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I ;i The day we long have sought is here. Victorious in arms, America stands

on the threshold of a future bright with promise and hope. AND ACCESSIBLE TO GOOD ROADS:

I i In the struggle Just ended the mighty resources'of the South have been I- ,
of vital importance to the nation. Now with an unpleasant job behind us, we .

can all turn from the destruction of war and devote our full efforts to the WILL: SELL: IN :TRACTS OP: 250 ACRES, UP' ,;

. i building of a greater Southland. While the economic progress which we

have achieved in recent yean is more than heartening, the future beckons I PRICES:: REASONABLE

with opportunities for developments which,will overshadow anything .we 'UI

have known in the past. '

In harmony and cooperation with our friends and neighbors In the territory LIBERAL. ;' TERMS TO?;RESPONSIBLE. ":PARTIES: :; i

I we are privileged to serve Seaboard Air Line Railway will continue to .'

i i work for the advancement of our common cause. s
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'brighter years are us
n! SOCIAL NEWS I feel certain that Florida will be-1 I I

IIII' come one of the greatest cattle producing -!

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And Okechobce will play i very
. 'Miss Jean Harlowe RUSSELL KAY I Important part In' that development
Honored With Shower (Continual from Pace One ." I
once before In the history of the

Saturday Afternoon auction had more cattle been sold LEASED
at the Okeechobee county seat.
o. Miss! Jean Harlowe whose marriage Highlight of the afternoon was the : HOUSE WIRING

to Pr. Charles Lewis will\ take sale of a fine red bull for $16 per AM)

place In the Chapel of Duke University hundred. The animal weighed,: out I EJcctrical Repair Work .

I on November 10th, was tho at 1075 pounds. CallliiJDSON I

guest of honor at a miscellaneous Immediately proceeding the auction -I .

ahower on Saturday afternoon, at a lavish catfish dinner was I BURR I

the home of Mrs. Hiram Raulerson. ]{ staged with all handspnrticlpating j

Mrs. Charlotte Walaton and Mrs. and I can tell you when those folks Phone 202

Raulerson were co-hostesses, I down around Lake Okeechobee pull i I| ALL YORK GUARANTEED Due to other business that needs my immediate attentionI

Mlu Harlowe and Dr. Lewis met off a catfish dinner they Just ,

at Duke during her training as al i, naturally don't fool around about ', -
have leased my. meat market located in Raulerson's Store for
nurse and his as J' doctor. Dr., i It The catfish grow wild down

Lewis ts now Interning at Roches-j, there and they are the "eating" i GILBERTTHEATRE

ten', New York, where the young( kind. I' one year to 0, L. Raulerson, and he will take charge Monday

couple will live. The event was staged at the .
I Community Center where the Chamber ;.: z:..:ss x:s x.=.;5 x s: morning October 15.
The featured entertainment was : ,
of Commerce and Livestock As-
a Musical Romance contest, which Sunday and MondayBING o
soclatlon big-wigs played bout to I|
was won by Mrs. Froeming, of Fa-'
several hundred guests. Presiding
hokee, by drawing the winning. CROSBY
1 was Chamber President. R. B. Me-
straw after a tie with Miss Sarah'' BETTY HUTTON .
Minehan and Mrs. Ernest Hunt. The I serve' who launched his program! SONNY TUFFSIn The same set-up' to policy, service and quality
with an address of welcome from
many beautiful gifts were presented
to the honoree In an upside' Mayor H. H. Raulerson) and woundIt "Here Come The meats will continue under the new manager,
up with a brief talk by Mr. Car
down parasol and piled on a decorated Waves"
table, and were passed aroundto
State Senators N. Ray Carroll of
be admired Also *
while the guests i
Doer Park nad John R. Beach 'm off I
were nerved Ice cream, cake and ;( NEWS CARTOON
salted nuts.Present West Palm Beach respectively lent at I wish to take this opportunity to extend my appreciation

dignity to the occasion and spokeon
were Mrs. W. D. Boeh- tl
... mer, !Mrs. M. C. Pitta, Mrs D., R. the general theme, which you to EVERYONE of my customers who have stuck loyally by me!
have probably guessed this time,
McNeil, Mrs. John McNeil, Mrs. Friday and Saturday
was cattle and the thriving cattle
Harry Elledge, Mrs. Osie Rauler. Industry. Double Feature Program during all of the years that I have been in the meat business in
son, Mrs Bryant Bowden, Mr. C.
After tracing the
early strugglesof
S. Cornelius, Mrs. J. R. Minehan,1 I
the Florida State Cattlemen's Okeechobee and I assure that each one of you will continueto
tins Sarah Minehan, Mrs, W. D. I "Riders of The you
Association, Senator Carroll
Coker, Miss Marjorie Coker, !.Mrs 'j
I the belief that Okeechobee Dead Line"With
Soy Raulerson, Mrs. Ernest Hunt, should become the outstanding cattle get the same fair treatment in the future.

Hiss Kathleen McCarthy, Mr. T.
w.j J market in Florida while Senator
Conely, Jr. Mrs. Nathan Zelmenoviti BILL BOYD
Beacham asserted that the economic
Mrs. G. 0. Wallace, all of! future of. Florida lies primarily In As Hopalong Cassldy

Okeechobee; Mrs. Annie McKinnon,I .
continuous agricultural and Industrial Also"Three -
of Marianna; Mrs, B. A. Beville
development. He pointed with
and little daughter Anna, of Wildwood Is A Family"With
pride to the considerable progress
; Mr,. C. E. Hamrick, Jr., of made .
I by the cattle Industry In the
.LaBelle; Mrs. A. Froeming, Mrs. last fe.w years and predicted that It'' MARJORIE REYNOLDS
William DuBose, Miss Barbara Me- NEWS
was only the beginning. ;,
Namara, Mrs. Marshall Lair, Mrs.
Guiding of
spirit the whole operation I ,
Frances Hailowe, of Pahokee; and In Okeechobee Is W. E. Carson, it

c. the lowe.Advertise guest. of honor, JUJu Jean liar- president of the market which h. W. D. COKER

established here on April 6, 1945 Coming"PRACTICALLY
'oll" after moving here from Alachua

county. Commenting on the futureof \OIKS""BRING

fi"I'L". .-..................4r........bd. ............."''"'-'--"-.....-.-.- .. the Industry In an interview witn i ON THE GIRLS" I
Scarborough, he said) J "THE KEYS OF TilE l III

in The News "Even though this year has been KINGDOM"; :
\ hard on cattle, first because of pro- ; "THE AFFAIRS OF SUSVN" .

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Four and Five shall be for the purpose NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Court Okeechobee County, Florida NOTICE IN THE COURT OF TUB COUNTY
of determining: OF TUB STATE OF FLOR. In default wherefore Decree Pro Con- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jt'DUE IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
1. Whether or not the said district IDA, fesso will' b. entered against you theOkeechobee the City Council of the City of Okee. liES COUNTY FLORIDA.
shall be consolidated and shall become By ROY R. BAULBRSON. Agent News Is designated as the rhohee, Florida shall offer for payment IN HE ESTATItI OF .
M1rira. a single school district ) for Trustees of the Internal Ira. newspaper In which this Order shall all 8TKEKT; PAVING and HENRY T. BASS JR.
a. Who shall be trustees of tbe proposed provement Fund and for Boardof be published once a week for five SEWERAGE LIENS on basis of 20% DECEASED.
consolidated District. The three Commlaiiloneia of Everglades consecutive weeks. ot principal amount of soil Hen until NOTICE TO CREDITORS
CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH liersons receiving the highest numberof Drainage District Okeecnobee Witness my hand and official Seal and Including Duccmber 81, 1949. All rIm and each of you are hereby .
votes cast shull he declared the County, Florida. at Okeechohee, Florida this 27th day 'Ileus outstanding January 1. 1940 to notified and required to present any
LIQUID for Trustees elected fur snld consolidated of September A. I). 111 1I. be satisfied as tbe Council shall de claims and demands which you, or
MALARIALSYMPTOMS school District\ and ahall serve for the NOTICE' (Circuit Court Seal) term tilL either of you. mar have against the
next ensuing two ROY R. RAULERSON. nron CHANDLER. estate of Henry T. Bass. Jr., deceased .
66 6 3. The number 0 lean of District NOTICE I. hereby given that the Clerk of the Circuit Court President City Council late of said county to the county

Take only II directed Tax to he levied for the two succeeding -. bee City, Florida Council of will the meet City In of the Okeecho-Council Okeechohee County, Florida Okeechobee, 'Florida judge of Okeechobee County Florida,
within the proposed coil.iihilatooI ATTEST :
years Mary Bnnderfur IiIrhulman.Attorll.y within eight calendar months fromthe
Chamber at the City Hall at 8:00I :
dint rict. Lorena Pearce of
for Plaintiff date of the first publication
I M. October 1, 1045 for the purposeof City C'lerkOkeecbobee.
At snld election/ only the qualified reviewing and equalizing the City Florida I this notice. Each claim or demand
voter residing In the Special Tax I Tax Assessment Roll for toe year o'f1P.4I1 NOTICE OF *rn.irTION FORT October 5; Nov. 2; Dec. 7-2S must be In writing and must state theplace -
School District, who pay a tax of r.olDr / aa prepared by the City Tax \\ hEEl I of residence and post office address be
BRING YOUR personal property within the DIs Assessor. Notice Is hereby given that C. F. of the claimant and must
tnt shall be entitled to vole In this ANY end ALL PERSONS having Rsnlersnn.. the holder of the following IX TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY 'i sworn to by tbe claimant his agent.,
election : and' .,,1,1 election shall heheld any objections to the valuations placed certificates han filed snld. certificates JI'DGB IN AND FOR OKEECI10UEB I, or his attorney, or the sums will become _ _
Printing Needs and conducted- the manner on their property by the City Tu: for a tux deed to he Issued thereonTim COUNTY FLORIDA.IX void according to law. 1045.
prescribed hy law for holding such Assessor. as shown by the Assessment certificate numbers and years of KB ESTATE OF This 2"th day of THOMAS September BAS SR.,
(elections.Anv Roll, are hereby notified to file issuance the Inscription" of the property HENRY T. BASS. JR. HENRY
desiring to their objections with tbe Clerkor Executor of the Estate' Will and
TOOkeechobee one qualify as a City and the names tn which It was I DECEASED.'
candidate for Trustee. roust file In the to appear In person before the asMciiseil are as follows : I NOTICE OF FROBITE Testament of Henry T. Bass, Jr.
County: Superintendent's office, not City Council at said meeting on the Certificates Nos. 44 ami no. Year TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Deceased.ELECTRICAL.
News later than October :?2Mh a Petition aforesaid date of Issuance 1011.Certificates .
signed hy not less than five qualified hUng CHANDLER Ne,.. .14 nnd 40 Tear of DECEDENT IX TUB ESTATE OF SAID ..>>>>:-:":..:+:":":":":":..:":":":-:+:",")
VIIIArR. President City Conncll Issuance 1044Certificate \
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.OKKHOfOBEH Okeechohee, Florida No. 2fl Year of InsuanceIfMU. You are hereby notified that I. WORK ,.
; COUNTY ) ATTEST I 'written Instrument purported to be
Van E, Llghtsey o'I.OItIDAI, Lorena Pearce Description of property: I the last will and testament of sold I|
Carl T. Durrnnce, Sup't. and Cltv ClerkOkeechohee Lot m. Blk 12.1. Okeechobee, Pinna. decedent has been admitted to probate iIn
Secretary Florida I T.ot1. Section' 17. Township 811.Rnn.p said court. You are hereby commanded -
34. Con, 20 acres. within six calendar months
Legal Advertisements NOTICE I Name In which assessed lii,. S. from tbe dote of the first publicationof I P. P. EVANSHOUSE
Okrechohee NOTICEAu I i Champagne and, W. T. Dewltt. this notice to appear In said court ,
County, Flo.lda.S.pt.mb..r,
NOTICE OF FI.F.CTIOV provided by Chapter 21041 Arta !! AH of enid property being In the coil, show cause. It any you can why ,I
NOTK'H 1H IIKRKBY GIVES that 18th, 1M5 of 1943.: notice Is hereby given that County of Okeechohee, State of the action of mid court In admitting !
an election will he held, In each anil, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the name and Fresh Water Fish Florida. snld will to probate should not stand WIRING
every, Special. Tax School niitrlrt ofOkeechobee pursuant to lI""tlonI\ of Chapter Commission of the State of Florida I'nlcus such certificate or certificates mirevoked. I
(County Florida on the lS2fMI, Laws of Florida Acts of 1937. under the power and authority granted shall be redeemed according tn T. W, COXELY. JR.. | .. : :":-:")
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11th day of November A. D. 10n. to- known II the MURPHY ACT and In enid Commission bv Section :30 low the property described. In such County Judge
wit pursuance of Chapter 206\: Laws of Article IV, of the Constitution of Urn certificate or ...prtltl.ntp.111 be sold, I
Hpeeliil. Tax School District( No. One Florida Act. of 1041 known as tbe State nf Florida as amended and to the highest bidder, nt the court '
pliTttoti to be held nt the (County EVEKOLADE3 DKAINAGR PIS.TI1ICT ratified hv the voter of FlorIdn I hou e door' on the first. Monday In \
Court House In Oknechohee.. Florida.ThR ACT the following described on November :.. 1042. In official the month of November. 1941. whichIs IJI.llllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1II11II11II1II1II1II1I mllllUllllmllllmm!
following Clerk nnd Inspectors land situated In Everglades Drainage meeting held In Orlando the 11th ilnv of November. 1041.
nrn (n hulil said, election : T. II Me- District. In Okeechohee County Florida Florida. Monday, September I?. Hated this 27th tiny of September
('rnnlp. Clerk : I'. I,. Worth W. N. will he offered for sale at public has approved and adopted rnles :
firny anil IL. II. Slngletnrv., : Inspectors.Klieclnl outcry for the highest and best cash regulations governing the taking 111411'1 INISKAH( hOT R. RAT'LEHSON,
Tax School District No. Two bid. subject! to the right of the Trustees fresh water fish from Lake 01< Clerk of Circuit Court of
election! to be held at the School of the Internal Improvement Fund hee: has prohibited the flap of Okeechobee County Fla. FOR SALE
II.HUH In Ft. IIruin. Florida. The following and of the Board of Commissioners ol device for Inking fresh water nlh'.xr.rt Ii m
\ Clerk and Inspectors are tn Everglades Drainage District to reject honk and line rod and Tallahassee, Florida
holil'" until, election : Mm.. Estelle Lee, any and all bids, at the Courthouse hob spinner, troll or trntllne. 1'1'1'1'1 I October let 1041
Clerk : Mrs !Svlvln' Parker. F. W Adllson. beginning at 10'00 o'clock A. M. on the has provided, on and after NOTICE
8. A. Ilalr. Inspectors.Spiflnl 15th day of October 1045. As to all Iflin. NOTICE Is hereby given that the
$ Tax School District No. lands outside the corporate limit. of 1 I Certified copy of this rule and Trustees of the Internnl ImprovementFund
Three election tn l h* held nt the Oroierv Any municipality\ as of this date regulation has hen filed\ with the I I of the Stite' of Florida will
Store Knllillnir at Baslnger, title to one half of .11 petrollum anti Secretary of State of the State of offer for sale for objections onlv. In
Florida The following Clerk and In- three-fourths of other minerals will\ I I Florida and with the County Judges Tnllnha,see. Florida nt 11 :(10 o'clock LIVE FRYERSEVERY
snectnrn nip to hold snld election : be reserved hv Trustees of the Inter I 1 nf Martin. Palm Bench. Hendrv untitntlt's ;I *. M. November (1th. 1!).I II. the follow
Maurice.' Ilniilcrson Clerk : 7.b Purranee nol Improvement Fund ) If land. are unties I and, Okeechobee .nuttl... ,i Inir described lands In OKErCHOBEPlfOrTY
('buries Campbell and Albert within said corporate limits as of mny he obtained from the :
Lorton. Inspectors this date the reservation applies hot (Commission at Its office In the Cityof Beginning at the N.E Corner of
Special Tax School District N K privilege to explore mine and develop Tnllnhansee.. Florida Tract No 24 of the TairTe Bay =
Four election to he held at Reese' I'p.thegrove will be conducted on and under Signed' I. N. KES F.JT. nT\'"'' as recorded In Tint Book =
store T'pthegrove Beach lands only with tbe consent ot Director Onme and FreshWater 1. Page 31. Records of Okeecho
Florida. The following, Clerk nnd Inspectors the surface owner. Easement for Fish Commission bee County. Florida : and run DAY 11
are to hold Bnld electionMrs. : rond' right of way 200 feet wide will thence S tea ,1".ro.:16' E 1I" <1 _
Reese tipthegrove. Clerk ; C. N. I I be reserved by said Trustees from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE foer tliMiice S. :fW degrees 40' "'V
Stratton. sfri.. Ovedn rtnss, Ilual Nix I any parcel through which there Is an NINTH .Tt'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN 107.14 ft thence >. qq degrees'
InipectornSpecial existing state road sod eaaemint for AND FOR OKEEOCnOBEECOUNTY. I !W W MI:4: ft.. thence N 27 di-. I
Tax School' District No. drainage and reclamation and, for STATE OF trees BV F... 0114 ft to Point of
Five elecfrlon to he held In the reil- road purposes will be reserved by tbe FLORID Bediming containing 030 acres
deuce of Mr J. M. Scott Eagle Buy Board of Commissioners of Everglades IV CHANCERY In Sections S and 17. Township SS
Florida. The, following Clerk and Inspectors Drainage District Ctoe No. All Smith llance 1111 East
Are to hold the election Description I I.ONNJE BROWNING ) TIT' vrvi-ir.!') j* ri'BLI'TTED In
Oorge Harden Clerk : Mrn. J. M.: Lot 8, Blk. 14. Riverside Park Addition Plaintiff ) e"mnln"ee| with Sections, 213 12: and L
Scott. ?fru. Mnllle Walker and C. W. MARTHI.EO'NA V. ) 2-1 11 Florida' Statutes. 1011 I BURGESS SUPPLY COMPANY
Nnle. Inspectors. Beg. 100 ft. N of SE 'or of SWH I ) Tim vriirntSEK\ ; IS!' to t"othe
Snid election In each of Special Tar of NEU of SE>4. run W 208.7 ft. BROWNING, ) nilvertlfllnff cost -
School Districts Nunihen Two and thence N 224 ft, thence NEI.Y along Defendant ) TUT" Tiii'STLTs ()fo' TVTHX\T! FEEDFRAINHAYI
Three shall he for the purpose of road 8 1IW8! ft. S 2182 ft. B 6II.t.. NOTICE TO AlTF.tR > novtvFNT. Fl'Nn r..,'."" the
electing Three (:it) School Trustees for S no ft.. In Sec 14 Twp 87 R".. 35. THE STATE OF FLORIDA II.| ln > rcWt nnv and all I bllds.BY 1
each of said DUtrlcts to lerve fur the Lots 10 and 20 Blk. 7, Southwest TO :ADDRESS MARTHA' UNKNOWN I.EONA BROWNING I ORDER of tut.' Trustees the P. O. Box 384 Okeechobee, Fla.
Addition. '"("r''nl) tmnrnM-inpnt Fund of the
entitling In. the two years and of determin Von are hereby required to vj, ,It,,. ,,r tln.loln.
jmount of mlllage to be levied BOARD Rcp.nr
OF COMMISSIONERS nt my office In Okeechuhee. I I ""101',1 F 1',1<1w'l1. Governor
therein for the nme period of time. OF EVEROLADES. 11 IIAT 1" on November nth. A. D. 1044.1. to Bill" \'T'T' !' i

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