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: November 9, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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 20- --_ Okeechobee, Florida Friday- November 9, 1945 Price Five Cents .

News and Viewsof Large Armadillo Was I, School Trustee Mary Schulman ResignedAs

Killed At the Jennings I County Prosecuting County Commissioners Met in Regular

Service Men Home Tuesday A. M. Election Was Held.. Attorney This i Week Session Last

I Monday; Bond of Mrs.
the World Tuesday morning of this weak
Over According to her pro) II.* during
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings were Tuesday Nov. 6 Mabel
I the campaign last P. Raulerson Was
awakened about two o'clock In the year Mary Schulman Approved

Howard Drawdy who has served morning by the dogs barking around has sent to the Governor her ,

the past four years In the Navy has''I the house and when they went out.,, The School Trustee election held resignation as County Prosecuting -

been discharged from that part of1({I side they found the dogs trying to Tuesday all over the county passed Attorney for Okeechobee Countyand THE GADFLYBy The Board of County Commission
the I off quietly with no Interest in the ers of Okeechobee County, Florid
fighting forces and returned to kill some animal. Later Mrs Jennilngs -, asked Governor Caldwell to
his home here last week. H* and (:I reached the ax and went to voting. The only Interest In the Paul Wongrey to that office.appoint MARJORIE B. WALLACE met In regular session on Monday,

)his wife will make their future help the dogs and when she had1 election was the question of con- Paul was serving as County Prosecuting November E, 1945 at 9:30: a, .

home In Okeechobee. killed It she found that she had' solidating Districts 1, 4 and 5 Then are some nice new whit Present
Attorney when he was drafted were! Chainian C. E.
killed a large armadillo. which was carried by a safe ma milestones of Okeechobe1 progress Drawdy
Into the army In 1942 and was B. C. Swain.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Llghtsry this They brought it to town Tuesday! jority. granted a leave of absence by Governor I II which we might look at today, and 0. J. Chapman, F. M. Mobley and

week received a message from their morning and left It at the News office Folio win ig Is the result of the I Holland. admire. W. F. Walker; County Attorney T.

son, Johnnie Llghtsey, in which he where a number of persons' election In the districts I First, her Is one marking the W. Conely, Jr, Sheriff N. 0. Stew.
said he was leaving the Pacific War I e>examined It. I' I, During the campaign In 1944 Mr. successful bond drive. Whether we art and Clerk Sophronia Pease

Section and was headed for the I District. Number 1, 4 and 5 vot] Wongrey did not get qualified due |I' were the first county In the nation

United States Ha did not know just 20,000 Pair of Quail |I ed to consolidate said districts Into to the fact that he was sent over I to complete our quota, or only The minutes of the meetings held

when he would land In this country. Will Be Restocked one district.Z. I seas and Mrs. Schulman made the among the first-there teemi to be during the month of October, 1945

I promise that If she was elected she tome question-thl. was a fine accomplishment were read and approved. .
In Florida In 1946 K. Williams, Annie M. Rauler would I Report of Marks
Lieut. resign the office and ask the and one of which w. and Brands for
and Mrs. Wayne Aho arrived .
Ion and Harry Elledge were elected Governor can be District No. 4
In Okeechobee last to appoint him when he justly proud. I am quit were received and
week and are Tallahassee, Oct. 29 Florida Trustees for the Consolidated District returned and sure, however ordered filed In
wanted the place.In that this Is not our the office of thf'
pending some time here with her quail hunters will' have thousandsof 1 i .
first Clerk of
In the Circuit Court.
I appearance the ranks of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander. additional
targets to bang awayat The maximum millage voted was a recent ruling, the Florida winners. To the best of my recollec- Surety Bond of Mrs. Mabel P.*
during the 1946-47 hunting sea eight (8)) mills. I Court declared tion, Okeechobee
Supreme invalid the county was first Raulerson
with United
States FIdelity
Lieut. Jack
Raulerson who has son.
For District Number Two, Eatelle 1939 law regulating the practice of in the nation once before, possibly I & Guaranty Co., as Surety inj
been his i
home in
at for
Bnalnger The Game and Fresh Water Fish Lee, Nancy J. Johnson and Sylvia 'photography In Florida. In its opine twice-In the first and second bond j the amount of $2000
the past three months left Wednesday Commission In Its recent meeting] Parker elected ion, drives, when i I was approved,
for ]!' were Trustees. Mill. the Court ruled that photography our greaatlymlnedBill by the Board, Mrs. Raulerson having .
Tuscaloosa AI. where he
authorized Director I. N. Kennedy age voted-8 mills. Is not a profession of such Page was county chairman j i been
appointed Clerk of the
reported to the dase. Lieut.
Army to negotiate purchase of 20,000 For District Number interest and Consultation with
Three, Alton public welfare as to other old-timers Circuit Court to fill the
Rauterson stated before he left that pairs of quail for restocking throughout Chandler, M. V. confirms this vacancy
he Raulerson and Edgar justify legislative regulation. memory of achieve caused by the death of the Honorable
expected to be discharged from the state. Cost of the birds will ment. In
0I Thomas were elected Trustees. the first bond drive, which Roy R. Raulerson
the army In a short time and that be about $2.00 to $2.60 a pair, Kennedy -' Milltgf voted-8 mills Establishing air freight shipmentsof opened at eight o'clock one morning, The of the
he would report County Welfare
return to his home at said. |
Florida produce to northern mar- a telegram was on Its way to the Board for the month of October
Basinger his
through. as soon as papers went Liberation of the quail Is expected operation ever undertaken. Hereto kets Is a major objective of the Treasury at ten minutes after was received and ordered filed in

to begin shortly after this hunt fore only about 2,500 quail have State Marketing Board, Director eight, announcing that the quota the office of the Clerk of the Circuit .
ing season ends Feb. IB, 1946 This'' been purchased In a year for restocking William L. Wilson of Florida State for Okeechobee was raised. This Court.

rived Lieut In and Okeechobee Mrs. Frank Monday Barber afternoon ar-- will be the largest single restocking Farmers' Market states county has a habit of doing, and The Financial Statement showing

and are spending a three weeks doing well and promptly, whateverIt I balances of November 1, 1945 was
sets out to do.
-' presented follows
leave as :
here with his parents Mr. and -
Mrs J, L. Barber. I Another milestone Is the new General Fund-$1,590.80 .

I Ford Sales and Service building go- Fine & Forfeiture Fund $6.249.8tRoad

The Okeechobee News Is in receipt ing up opposite the post office It & Bridge Fund 234169.

of a letter from the Army TO THE VOTERS AND CITIZENS OF I Is a fine steel and concrete block Agricultural Fund 10606.
Service Forces, District No. 5, 4th structure which will be a distinct Outstanding Indebtedness Fund

Service Command, United States asset to the town. Ellis Meserve and $873.44.

Army, that the United States opened Claude Holcomb of Fort Pierce are Race Track Fund $12,25084.

a Recruiting Office at West KCOUNTY the proud papas presenting this 1940 General Refunding Fund

l' Palm Beach, Florida on October / : fine child to Okeechobee. Claudewas 557644. f

"22," 195.- It has' offices 'in the Co1. -.. .* ,. A 4 *service manager of* the Sunrise Total $28,990.11.VrVitttn .
mean Building, rooms 704-5-6. Enlistment Sales' j-loSrvi;; e In*"'Fort Piercebefore restitution ot lands V" & -.

from the following counties On November 2nd I sent to the Governor my resignation *o the office of County going Into war service In under provisions of House Bill No.

will be accepted: Indian River Prosecuting Attorney and requested the Governor to appoint Paul Wongrey to that office. stead. After his stint with the Seabees 468 of 1945 was filed! by John H.

St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach and Much interest has been pointed to this office due to the things that took place during; the Ford company: gave him Wynn on the following described
the agency In Okeechobee property: Lot 1, Blk. 171, City of
Okeechobee.A and I'll
the pre-election days As most people know Mr. Wongrey was elected to this office In 1940,
recruiting team will tour this and after serving about two years, he was drafted Into the' .1'111)'. It was) his desire to seek really feel that normal times are Okeechobee; and upon motion by

district once a week appearing at re-election In 1944 but he was sent overseas and his qualification papers did not reach here back again when I can gaze enviously Commissioner Swain, duly seconded
the larger cities at certain time at a line of shiny new Fords by Commissioner Walker, the above
a before the deadline. On March 17th, the last day for qualifying I qualified as a candidatefor
and place to be announced at a later this office and upon qualifying I filed an affidavit stating that I would resign the olV back of the gleaming window. of application was approved under
'Chobee's newest business House Bill No. 458 of 1945 by the
date.The flee when Mr. Wongrey returned and ask the Governor or Florida to appoint him to the building.

following man from Okeecho office.. I did this because I felt that he would have been properly qualified had he not been Another nice milestone Is the following vote:

bee has been re-enlisted In the sent overseas at the time he was and I did not desire to take undue advantage of him whilehe new Florida Power and Light of. Ayes Swain, Walker, Drawdy,

regular Army. Carl Watford Is mar. was away fighting for his country.-At the time I made my affidavit, Mrs. Paul Wongreywas flee next to the post office, all Chapman and Mobley

ried and has a wife and one child. with me and pledged me her active support.-THREE DAYS LATER, Mrs. Paul Won newly decorated Inside and so very Nays: None.

lie has previously served ten years |! prey decided to do otherwise and later circulated the following handbills throughput th* cnvenlent when you have to pay o Not Voting: None-
in the Army and holds a first sergeants "ounty: your bill Attest: Sophronia Pease, Clerk

rating.Many Circuit Court.A .
There are other
TO THE VOTERS OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY new paint jobs Petition for restitution of lands

1 wish to Inform the voters of ibIs county that my husband, Paul Wongrey, bias, no brightening up the town, too. One under provisions of House Bill No

Are: knowledge that his name Is being used in the present campai n,'for (Prosecuting Attorney. at Paige' filling station, inside and 458 of 1945 was filed by Mrs. R. L
People out, neat as a new pin, white
I wrote an article to explain' this and submitted it to the Okeechobee News to be printed. and Brewer on the following described

this week. However, throiyrh some oversight, it was not printed Therefore, I wish to take \ clean and sightly. The cabin. In the property:

Seeking Locations this means to state thatJ'aul asuj.l are. not endorsing either candidate running for this camp west of town are simply not WofSE1.4 of SW 1.4 of NE
their white
office. dresses 1.4 less RR R/W, Sec. 15.37.35

In State of Florida"People Thank you, with red trim-an object lesson, i If EV4 of SW 1.4 of SW 1-4 of NE
ever was one, In what
MRS. PAUL WONGREY. 1.4, Sec 15.37.35; and upon motion
accomplish. Once a forlorn by Commissioner Walker, duly seconded
Later on Mrs Wongrey became an active supporter of Judge Durrance. night, this group is becoming a
are 'begging' llteraally by Commissioner Swain, the
I wrote Mr. Wongrey when I qualified, further assuring him that I would resign In. pretty and attractive tiny village, above .
to come to Florida, said Manager application was approved under
his favor, if elected to this office, and I sent him a copy of my affidavit. I never heard with neat lawns and blooming flowrs. :
Conrath of the Okeechobee Chamber House Bill No 458 of 1945 by
anything from Mr. Wongrey until June, 1945,
approximately ont year after the election. In
of Commerce, today In com- the following vote:
menting on a long list of Inquiries this letter, Mr. Wongrey stated that he did not feel that I| was :under any; obligation to him A few words, in a different vein, Yeast Commissioners Walker

received from the Florida State at Mrs. Wongrey did not support me. However, upon being discharged from the army and current. calamo, to Gilbert, Esta, Swain, Chapman, Drawdy and Mob-

Chamber of Commerce. returning to Okeechobee, Mr. Wongrey advised me that he would like to have the office and Madelalne, Watford's, the Everglades ley.

Many persons are Interested In locating would accept it If I resigned and the Governor saw fit to appoint him I HAVE SENT THQ et alI ;- Nays: None

I In Florida permanently, GOVERNOR THAT RESIGNATION. see that your storm-drunk signboards Not Voting None.

some are looking for employment, I want to thank the people of Okeechobee County for having elected me to this office are still ad eundem In artl-' Attest Sophronia Pease, Clerk '
others for business opportunities, and I mortis I know that abusus non Circuit Court.
want you to know that I have enjoyed serving you in this capacity. You have beget
some of which may be found In very kind to me, and 1 have received the best of cooperation from all of your County Officials. tollit usum, and perhaps signboards County Deeds were approved lot
Okeechobee. However, the urgent are necessary ad eaptandum vulgus, the following: Josephine- Caples,

need It housing, either houses or but audl alteram partem-Ut; supra, Clayton White, J. T, Hancock;* Rosa

apartments, or possibly furnished I present to you my record as your County Prosecuting Attorney! 'secundem naturam, 'the signboards E, Durrance, Clyde. R. Durrance,

rooms temporarily. Information. filed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 art the wind tipsy and torn, faded and jaded, David Dalgety, Ruby Hancock, OrvllT.

People of Okeechobe should I Convictions . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ,. . . 141' having subjected having vis a tergo and Denem et ux, Llnnie Blair, Belle

wake up and rent some of those Cases dismissed by Court . . . . . . . . 1 j. . . . . . 2 peln forte the signboards to Collier, Okeechobee New. Co.

room which are available. Good Cases lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 1 left them In et this dure.state That you have Thomas Hull et ux, Leo Greenb'
and later Is
be made hiatus
money can these Informations pending . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 23 valdt deflendus.. ger. ?
folks build homes. Plenty of Est modus I In Honorable Robert La Martin, Tax
nay Fines paid and bonds forfeited to the county . . . . . . . . .$4,020.09 rebus So '
lots are available. In other resortsin you fix 'em up if you Assessor, presented the completed

the State, people bunk up with don't want to tear 'em down, and, 1945 tax rolls, and upon motion by

their relatives, or friends duringthe mutatis mutandis, In futuro, paroledlionneur Commissioner Swain, duly seconded
tourist season and rent their I MARY SANDERFUR SCHULMAN bon gre mat gre, I'll shut by Commissioner Walker, the tax

homes-at good prices-for three up about signboards In the future. if Ms were accepted and the Tax Assessor's
or four month One of the most outstanding Warrant to the Tax Collector .

Okeechbbee can cater to visitors I paint jobs In town, as far as 'im i attached to the said tax rolls,
I J provement Is concerned, and because was ordered recorded as follows!
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TEACHER available Master'i I bee, Route 1, Box 62
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hccdtulll'l' Degree, Florida Life Certificate for

rLk1C4 ia ; ; Biology; Home Economics; Science) I i MALE HELP WANTED! Opportunity F. L. PORTER, D.S.C.

Published Every Friday by the Junior Grades Write Elizabeth of lifetime supplying DDT FOOT SPECIALIST

Okeechobee New. Co., at Okeeehj- McDermott, Lakeland Fla. and other profitable product. to CIIIROPODIST

bee, Okeechobee County, Florida 4 farmers In Okeechobee County. No
Put Your Feet In My Hands

BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. EdItor P FOR SALE: One House and Lot. I experience or capital required. Must
!' I have auto and good referencll.I 201 Sunrise Theatre Bldg.
2 bed rooms, sleeping porch, living
Entered as i-onrt class matter Jaty Permanent. Write or wire McNESS Phone 782 Fort Pierce, Fla.
porch, living room dining room,
at the Post Office i In Ote..h.
1. 1014 1 I COMPANY, Dept. T, Freeport, Ill
be*. Flu., nnder Act of Mar. $. 1m. kitchen and bath, Lot 60x300 ft.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE --I I TURKEY AND: GREECE had some of Greece'i famous sea 1 Nice garden, fenced. See MATTIE ..:--:":":..:":":":":..:..:":":":":..:..:..:":..:":":",") -
i KiKin Ankara thi i-npltal of Turk food at a little cafe on the shore
One Year In advance .ft 00 FULLARD, Hancock St, Okeechobee ELECTRICAL WORK
Six: Months In 1.00 fl'i 'mil which 1 wrote you last of the bay where the great naval

Three Months In advance WI'i K wu 'lew on October 13 to Istanbul battle of Salui.is was fought. The Malaria

I old Constantinople. I think next morning assistant and I
FOUND: One automobile tire, size
RPelInW aortas In meal eolnmni. 19. I you may be Interested In just how spent two hours with the Aubassa- 900x20 mounted on rim. Owner may I CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH

cents a lino Retss for dlsplar I /lnr. I spent a few typical days during dor and his staff going over the LIQUID forG6
Mrr,1.h.fl on application. ClawIf1ed have same by verifying number as '
idwrtlstnir, 2 rents earb word thin trip. My room at the modern whole situation In Greece. Thereafter MALARIAL
( I ono they lout and paying for this
perInwrtlon, All hams reusMIng Park Hotel looked right out upon the Ambassador and I spent ,
tonllnre/l fnr profit I advertisement Frank Neal Okeecho rake directed
cnar.rfrtupt ean1e at advertising' rates. I: the beautiful waters of the famt one hour and a half with the Arch I I 0:":" :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":";" :":":":":":' only si

I aUK Straits, the Bosporus, which bishop Damoskennos, the Regent of -

..-. .... ....: p- .... ._'.
AdwrtUtn Mill are I'1.IIle on tllll 1 I i separate Europe and Asia. Greece, who distinguished himselfby ---- ---------'------ -----

lit ft web month. Partlei 1Inllne... tepnhllsheni .. his gallant resistance againstthe
reqnlred to par In all..ocII.1| After a luncheon and conferencewith
C ermana The Archbishop Is
our Ambassador and his staff,
probably ilx feet four Inches tall Our Armistice Day
I the Ambassador and I had a two Pledge on
ROTARY- and of massive frame. Dressed InArchblahop'a
hour conference with the Turkish
vestments and with
I Prime Minister. The Prime Minister .
his long whiskers and beard, he Is
C. H. Parkerson, program chair. I went over with us the story of We, who face the sacrifice of war, now head Into Peace with the lame high courage.
a moat Impressive figure.
man for the Rotary meeting on the Turkish attitude during the I We have only to think of our martyred dead and their bereaved, we have only to be remind.
Greece Is In the midst of a
Tuesday, presented something': entirely war and the circumstances prevent. political ed of the ilngle-hearted purpose for which these heroes bled. Victory has but deepened our
crisis because of the Inability !
new for the entertainment of ing her from entering the war on 1 responsibilities. Out of this memory of war's anguish and In a renewed declaration of our
of the political parties to agree
hli fellow members The Rotarians our side We also discussed some faith and pride In the World Peace for which all America fought, emerges our Pledge for
had music, upon the date when elections shall
have speeches sermons
of this Armistice Day of 1945.
the acute problems facing Turkey
be held to determine whether not
"audience participation" fun but or

this was the first time that they I today which have a very Important the country li to have King George We pledge to Peace and to its principles, the same fervent devotion which fired our ,

to the whole
have had exhibition dancing and back and to select a National Assembly. war sims.
question of future understandingand
their enthusiastic applause testified The Archbishop has been to
to their enjoyment. peace among nations the United States two or three We pledge continued dedication to our democracy and its preservation In Peace ai in

War no matter how great the struggle
times and when told him of
Later I met some 25 representatives we our

Mm June Alderman and Ellis of the prose and tried to pre. pride In having In Florida, Tarpon We pledge an unwavering vigilance against any. possible] forces of aggression and oppression
Praughon, with Miss Betty Barberat I
Springs the most Hellenic in
sent to them our nation' program City both at nome and abroad.
the piano, gave a duet tap dance
the United States, he enthusiastically
for the preservtion of peace and
number, and Miss Alderman a solo I the stimulation of prosperity In the told me of having visited Tarpon We pledge to Peace a fulfillment of the promises made In war"'J safe, sound

tap, both excellently done, with Springs and of the wonderfultime America where man can live In dignity free from fear and want.
world. Thereafter, I had a privateoff I
precision and grace. The only criticism
he had there. I told
voiced by the Rotarians was the record discussion with the Archbishophow We pledge to.work and build as we never worked and built before, that Civilizationmay

most Influential publishers of the great the affection of our pea rise to new heights of glory.:
that there was not much more of
for the Greeks and how
Istanbul papers. At a reception pie was

the same- I later, I met aeveral American businessmen anxious we were not only to con We pledge to Invest In permanent World Peace by buying Victory Bonds regularly -
Several guests were present gladly
and other Americans In tinue to give the food and clothesand
Nathan Zelmenovitt Introduced his
Istanbul On Sunday the 14th the' relief but to help them achievea

son, Rudolph, recently returned stable political and economic .
Ambassador and some of the members
from service Clifford
overseas of his staff took us on a boat situation In heroic Greece.I .
Boyles had as his guest his brother,
through the Straits of the Bosporusto Okeechobee Bank
Aubrey, also a serviceman on fur. then had a conference with the County
within sight of the Black Sea.
I ouch. One of the local
boys lately Governor of the Bank of Greece
The Straits which connect the Sea
returned to civil life Joe Pease, and held a further discussion of OFFICERSc.
of Marmora with the Black Sea
was a guest of Chief Parkerson. A the economic situation. He told me C. H. McNULTV: President MESERVE, Vlce-Prei. WILLA TOMLINSON,

former member of the club, -C. A. vary from one quarter mile to a how Inflation largely brought N RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Prei- and Cashier Assistant Cashier
mile and a half In width. I
Fulford, was presented by President about by the Germans during their DIRECTORS
After inspecting the old Palaceof
Raulerson. Carl Durrance had occupation had twice made the cur
the Sultana, we had lunch with I N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
hi his guest, who was warmly welcomed of the nation practically
our Naval Attache able Captain rency W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. R. B. MESERVE E. M. MESERVEFOR
J, Homer Bible, former worthless, wiped out the value of
Trammell, distantly related to the J. 0. PEARCE
teacher and coach at the High all' Insurance policies, bank deposits

Florida Trammells, and with the ,- -, -,- -- _._.._ ,_..
School --
who has come back to Okee and government and private securities --- -- - - ---- - -
recent Turkish Ambassador to London .
-- '
chobee and la once more connected and was responsible.In part for -- '- -- 1
and I got a good Insight into '
with the school. A gentleman'lntro.duced the sad economic plight of the
Turkish foreign policy' since the
by W. I. Lawson was greetedby I country now. The Foreign Minister
last World In
i War. the afternoon,
groans directed not at him but gave a luncheon for me that same
the Ambassador and I visited Robert -
at his job, which la district representative I day at which I met other members ,
College and the American College
of the Internal Revenue of the Cabinet and the retiring
for Girls maintained by
Office-Mr. George Briles of Sebrin& Prime Minister, Admiral Voulgarii.
'! Americans in Istanbul. Like the
Mr. Briles will be In Okee- I The rest of the afternoon we
American College I ill Beirut, they
chobee for several days to help the spent at the Acropolis. I fortunately -
are doing splendid work and cresting
cltisens make out and file their I was conducted through the ruinsof
| Immeasurable good will for the
income tax returns, some time after these famous temples, built two i SALE
i United States. That evening the
the first of the year. I I Ambamiador and I had dinner anda hundred years before Christ, by Dr.

Next :Monday night, District i Stevens, head of the American
a long talk at a famoua resturant I
Governor Bultman of Rotary, will 1 School for Classical Studies in ..
with the Prime :Minister and the
visit the Okeechobce club. The meetIng Athens perhaps the world'a most I
Foreign :Minister of Turkey Among
will be held at seven o'clock famous itudent of the Acropolisand
I other thin we, of course, discussed
with supper, an address by Cover classical Greece. On October 17
the future of the Straits whichy
nor Bultman, and a Club Assemblat I[ spent the morning with officials
as you know are a subject of International -
which all Committee chalrmei" of UNRRA and they told me the
| consideration at present t SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES
will give their reports of work ac* sad story of Greece's suffering OF GOOD
i i time. Incidentally, I asked the or
Pomplished and plans for the fu* ; (Continued on Page 4) I
chest ra to play Swanee River and

lure. There will be no Tuesda; they did It very well but it mademo .. . - - I

meeting homesick I

W. J. Hendry reported the successful
On Monday we visited two of the CLASSIFIED ADS
meeting of the .Okeechobee
I famous mosquei of Istanbul One li i Pasture Land
delegation with the State Road representatives .
: Saint Sofia, built In 632 originally ":":":":":":" :">-:":":":":":":":":":":":": ))
recently, when many of
as a Christian Church and the
the most necessary road project. FOR SALE: 2 lots on Parrott

and Improvements In this county other, the Blue Mosque, a relatively Avenue south of school house. If I

I modern Saint Sofia, Is immense
were promised! for completion during Interested call at Okeechobee News.
mosque with a huge perfect Office, Phone 80. II
the next two years, Including
anew dome and lovely mosaic. It ll hare LOCATED

Work bridge on the over bridge Taylor'will start Creek.soon, 'I to believe that a structure 10 magnificent FOR SALE A 3-year-old horse, I IN MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA ;

giving a two-way bridge Instead of and to complete could have broke to ride at $125. Ernest Camp.
I been built 1400 years ago. bell.

the bridge,present and straightening dangerous out narrow the We flew to Athens on Monday

I afternoon. That evening our Ambassador FOR SALE WITH GOOD DRAINAGE"
blind curve In the road approach to Mr. 53-acre farm with
MacVeagh house and
the bridge. The Rotary club barn. All fenced. About
represented In the Okeechobee dele |i and :Mrs. :MacVeagh gave a reception 20 acres cleared On Trout Creek,

gation by Nathan Zelmnovitz. I so we could meet the American five miles out on Road 29. Ernest AND

I colony in Athens, Afterwards we Campbell ACCESSIBLE TO GOOD ROADS. '.


Notice Is TAX hereby DEED given but James1 I I ,. AA".eow.1 WILL SELL IN TRACTS OF 250 ACRES UP

Diirrance.. the holder of the toIn \- where I
From sit
-'ln Joe.Marsh.
r' tIf'ltee '-ne flied| said ...Jy .
rmlliratFi for a lax deed to be limed
thereon. Certificate numbers and yean
of iMimnce. the description of the PRICES REASONABLE.
property, and the Dimes la which It
was assessed are as follows Farm
Factory versus
ertlfli-ate No 44 Year of Issuance :
I!9:1. .

InKiianrf Certificates 111! 42'jTtlflrate : .Xos. 02 and CO, Tear of ...,.........i..",,'Io"It'. '.'.':'."..'" f A Draw -";;;"; ,:"f,rd LIBERAL TERMS TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES
.No. 31. Tear of Issuance "
IIH1. ''

hunnrp(Certificate 1144.Nos. IT and :!!:2. Year of I I Mel Bates and Jud Polk were beer, "brewed from golden farm

Certificates No.. 10 and 12. Tesr of arguing the other day about the ers grain," allows Jud, ". and

Issuance 1114.1. I factory versus the farm. Jud hasa bottled and kept wholesome by

Description Iota 2':. 2:1: snip ropertyi:l. ll1k.I 1 oneo- I II Job In the tool works and Mel the Ingenuity of Industry," Mel

gee Lot Park 13 Sec R-D.4. Twp 8.1. Rge S3. I grows the best corn In the adds politely.

lot -a. See. 12. Twp :t.:\, Itgf. 33. I county From where I sit,we may hare

Name In which assessed, Jerrr "Where would JOG farmers different occupations, different
Ford : 0 o. Blanchard and O. A
La n aheret. be," Jud says, "if It weren't for standards, different opinion ,
All of said property being la the I Leland C. Pearce
fnnnty of Okeechobee State of Flor-" ,,' the factories that make your bat we're all necessary to one

Ida.t'nlen such certificate or eertlfl- i I I plows and tractors?" another. And the more we skip

fates shall be redeemed iccordln. to "And where would you factory the differences and stress the ,
law, the property described In suck bigger Issues of
worker be, Bays IleI."uno> cooperation, tolerance .
certificate or certificates !
will be ",141
to the highest bidder at the eGart lees WI farmers grew the food and understanding OKEECHOBEE SVUART
home door on lb. first Mends, ID the I I the closer .
month, of December, IMS which I Is'' that keeps you going? :we are to a better ITHE

the 3rd du I of December IMit:, i I Well, they called It a draw,
Dated this lit day of November _
1948. I and made peace over a gla.s4.of. world.80e liMQQ

Clerk of Circuit Court of I

(Seal) Olttecbobee County Florida Cs1yvgAs,1945, Uuiud Statu BHUATI Foundatum
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'.:=::===k=-==-::==a:':-====S'-.':.-.=....-:':.......-........-.=.=...::;a::......'..',=...=..>::=.....'. (Hoses 14ll). by the same new process now usedon I 33 families homeless and property Wakulla and Leon counlei last
nil' .ijj
Among the citations which comprise army and navy canvas, for there damage estimated at $100,000 was week. __ I

I jj IIII!! the Lesson-Sermon Is the following are hundreds of stars In the circus j the toll of the freak storm that hit Subscribe tO The NewsWELDING

E SOCIAL NEWS from the Bible: "In the be- service flag these days. I '
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pinning God created tho heaven Prominent In the spectacular '-

S X S:X sHarold !! :': :.:.GG::.. :.::: i.:.: 5:.:iY! :.: :.:ii!!!:.: I:.:.::...:' and the earth. And God said Let us 19lr! performance are these fea- I
I make man In our Image, after our tures: "Alice In Circus Wonderland I
Wilkerson And dolph Zelmenovltz and Mrs. A. B.
likeness: So Cod created man In ] ," glittering pageant with uH :
MacKinnon. Members present were
Mary Virginia Kelly his own Imago In the Image of God the characters of the well-loved] ,
Mrs. A. L. Boctttfcr, Mrs. Bryant I
Married In Washington I created ho him; male and female childhood classic\ and embellishedby
Bowden, Mrs. Carl Durrance Mrs.J. .
created he them. And God saw parading circus multitudes of
I T, Hancock, Mrs. E. H. Hunt,
Announcement has been made of Mrs. R. E. Link Miss Kathleen] McCarthy everything that he had made, and, people and trained animals; "Balle- AND

the marriage of Harold Wilkerson Mrs. J. H. McCranie, Mrs.J. behold, it was very good" (Gon. 1:1: rina," modern bareback riding wizardry :
Miss 26 (to:), 27, 31 (to 1st.), In I
to Mary Virginia Kelley which presented a sweeping panorama -
A. McNeil, Mrs. H. H. Raulerson,
took place In Washington D. C., Mrs. J. M. Roe, and Mrs. Merle The Lesson-Sermon also includes of nostalgic setting; the GENERAL REPAIR WORK

on October 14 Mr. Wilkerson has Bartlett. the following passage from the "Leopard Women," Circus beuaticn ,I

served with the Naval Forces for Christian Science textbook, "Science putting a huge group of jungle-

the past eight years, and Is the son and Health with Key to the Scrip- bred black and spotted I.opards,1
Attend Baptist Ass'n.Thole WE HAVE OPENED A WELDING AND
of Mrs. R. II. Slngletary of Okee- tur.." by Mary Baker Eddy: "Tho jaguars and pumas through their I

chobee. Mrs WilVerson's home Is In attending the Primitive first record assigns all might and paces in the big cage; a vast elephant I GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOPIN

Jacksonville but she has been employed Baptist Association held at Pierson, government to God and endows military drill enhanced by I II THE OLD J. DENHAM BIRD FILLING

] In war work In Washington. Fla., last Sunday were Elder W. II. man out of God's perfection and hosts of marching circus girls In a I I STATION AND GARAGE.

They spent a short honeymoon In Harden and wife, George Harden I power. Existence, separate from dlluity pachydermic replica of traditional \

New York and other places In the and wife and Van E. Llghtsey. They Science explains as Impos- British pomp and ceremony at I

East and later returned to her homeIn report a wonderful meeting with Iblc" (p. 822:5-7: 10-11). Buckingham Palace; a new preaen-I OKEECHOBEE WELDING CO.

Jacksonville where they remain love, peace and unity In every re- tation of fine horseflesh

ed until this week when he left for pe\t not a single discord was CARD OP THINKS ented riders and jumpers featuringthe J. B. EPPERSON, Prop.

San Diego, Cal., to again board his ounded. famous boxing stallions and the

chip. The next session of the Assoclaon We wish to express our thanks Hollywood movie horse "Starless

Mrs. Singletary and Miss Frances wll! be held with Okeechobee and appreciation to our many good Kite. ALL WORK GUARANTEED

Knight pent several days of last church the first Sunday In November friends and neighbors for their The huge circus menagerie will

week in Jacksonville with them. Friday and Saturday before.In kindness during tho long illness open its doors an hour before each

1946 the Okeechobee Church and death of our Mother, and thanks I performance to permit leisurely Infection ''I!_ _' -- .J_ __ ..

Mrs. Nathan ZelmonivitzWas meets the fourth Sunday Saturday for the beautiful flowers sent by of the rare wild ant I IIIIIIilllllIIIINIIIIINIINIIlIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111!!! !!:! !!! !! ,(IIiiliiiIliilllilllllllliliiEni'liiilii11Illlllllllllillat.! :{ ,! !! !
before in each month. All are invited many. world's :
Hostess to Fine Arts contingent by S
to attend these services Mrs. Grace Holmes, most famous gorillas, Gargantua ?
Club Wednesday P. M. Elder W. H. Harden, Pastor Fort Fierce .
and Toto. Nine herds of elephants,

Mrs. Myrtle Roebuck giraffes, hippopotami and a new I FOR SALE
'Mrs. Nathan Zelmenoviti was West Palm Beach
Local and Personal baby rhinoceros, "Bobby of Brook-
hosteis to the Fine Arts club
on John Chandler, fiel.(," second rhino ever born In

Wednesday afternoon Her spacious Okeechobee captivity, are among the featuresof

home was beautifully decorated with Mr and :Mrs. R. M. Dupree an- Alton Chandler, Baslnger the great traveling zoo this year.

\arl-colored gladiolas In great pro- nounce the arrival of a 0% pound Mrs. Alice Germalne, Highlighting the brilliant per I LIVE FRYERS

fusion. daughter, born Wednesday Novem- Scbring formance which takes place In

The program featured the stories ber 7th. The Itttle lady has been Mrs Anna Williams, three rings on two stages and the
'of two Gold Star war correspondents named Teressa Mae. It i la Cornwell
reportedthat vast hippodrome oval and In amaze
who lost their lives In the both mother and baby, are getting Grover Chandler of aerial rigging Is the musical =

war in the performance of their along fine. Cornwell program by the world-famou 1 EVERY DAYs t!
duties. A
on Raymond
paper Clap .
Ringhng Broa. and Barnum & Bailey == )
per, prepared by Mrs. Zelmenovltz.wa. Mr and Mrs. Glen Davit
an- concert band under the batonof
read by Mrs. H. H. KauJerson, nounce the' birth of a little daughter Biggest CircusNear Merle' Evans conductor-compose I
while Mrs. E. H. Hunt told the Chicks Tuesdays--Fridays _
In the Fort Pierce Memorial who has led this unique group of Baby

story of the Immortal Ernie Pyle.At Hospital], Sunday morning. The new At Hand stellar musicians for more than a _
the close of the program the arrival has been named Cherie quarter of a century. Some special :.=:' -- ,__-"' "' .I.c.w---

hostess served a salad] course, cof- Lois, and she and ber motVer are compositions by the well-known i
fee and cake. Guests were Mrs. Ru- I well and happy. Singling Bros, and Barnum & I music critic and radio commentateDeems 1 EURGESS SUP rL COMPANY\: %

Bailey Circus will bring Its train- j --
I Taylor are In the 1945 Circus -
-- Editor Buck Kelley of He Wau I loads of wonders to West Palm progrm. 1 FEED GRAH ":\Y IO'er'chobee

chula] Herald spent ]last Friday and Beach, Florida for afternoon and -:' r..
GILBERT Saturday In Okeechobee tuck hunt- night performances on Friday and I The citrus performance this yearis |p p. O. Foj:28t FI a. |
produced by Robert Ringhng,
I #
Ing. Editor Saturday November 16th and 17th. f
Kelley before he
I Mrs. Charles Ringling and Mrs .. .. "f
THEATRE left that he had not had much luck Replete with new thrills of the "I' : \ i 'I' '. ... .. ..... ... .,
1 James Haley. There la only one I I11111\\\\liiliiiiili'liiliiMiihTiilMMr.\/ \\ '! ; !\" :,i, i'1'1'I 1.1.NOV. '. .. ". "
='-=" =" = :'.'=' but expected to return lor another lings, the air and the hippodrometrack
'. Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey -
,J' hunt at a later date. the Greatest Show on Earth ,
- t Circus and it Is presented in "r }
Sunday and Mondayjovx has put.Jlo celling ..on_ excitement
Its entirety wherever it goes, to
Miss Sylvia Snell, who Is a student nor has it rationed quality or quan J
FONTAINEGEORGE large cities and small.
at the Florida State Collegefor tity. Four railroad trains, circus '

BREST Women at Tallahssee spent the owned and operated under the

In j past week end in Okeechobee with | supervision of ODT, are needed to Officials announced this week 21JP;

"The Affairs of I her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. WaJe transport the world's biggest circus that the Junior Chamber of Commerce .

Snell.E. Its hundreds of Internationallyrenowned would sponsor a revival of :
performers heave to and assist i the Sara De Sota pageant this winter FOR
H. Hunt pent last Friday .and the various working depart. | The annual event was suspended ,-
Saturday in Jacksonville where he ments that erect tho city of 41 big ,in 1941 Date for the 1946 show
Pl'PPET00NFriday went on lusiness. and little tents made fire-resistant are Feb" ts-23. THOUSANDS OF ARMY VETERANS

--..._- .-- ,... ""' 1 -,-"'oap
t: I '
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jennings of NOW IN CIVILIAN LIFE
and Miami were visitors who spent the .<<, -. ....... ." ....
SaturdayDoable Past week end In Okeechobee with I -..;t-';1'-

Feature Program his parents, Mr. and Mrs. WB.. TO THE BUILDERS OF

Jennings. Mrs Jennings returned to f

JOEL McCREA her home Sunday while Mr. Jennings Between now and November 21 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW
thousands of Army veterans willreenlist
is this week here.S. INLIITMENT
spending PROGRAM
GAIL RUSSELLIn in Uncle Sam's new volun-

teer peacetime Army.. Becausemen 1. Enlistments for I'/i, 2 or 3
H. McDougald, vice president OKEECHOBEEIF who have been discharged between years. (1-year enlistments permittedfor
"The Unseen" and cashier of the Okeechobee May 12 and November 1 of men with 6 months' service..)
this and reenlist on or before
County Bank, spent the week end In November year 21 will be able to returnto i. Men renliitin retain their
present grades if they re nli>t with
"Tuscon Riders"With Jacksonville with his family, YOU ARE PUNNING TO BUILD YOU the Army with the tame grade as I id 20 days after diichurge and before
'I I they hel4 when discharge Feb. 1, 1946. The same applies to
J WILL NEEDCONCRETE Men with six months or satisfactory men discharged between May 12 and
Bird of
J. Denham West Palm
I service discharged aa private Nov. 1, 1945, who reenlist before
BILL ELLIOTT Beach was a visitor who spent last I will, on reenlistment before November Nov. 21, 1945.

Saturday In Okeechobee attendingto BLOCKS 21, be given the grade of private 1. An Inc'.... in the reenlistment
NEWS business and greeting friends. i I first class. bonus to 150 for each year pf active
service since the bonus
was last paid,
Men now in the Army who apply
CARTOON or since last entry Into service.
.. for discharge after NOVEMBERfor 1
Churches of Christ PORTLAND CEMENT '. the purpose of reenlisting in the 4. 30% extra pay when overseas.
:a Regular Army will also retain their 5. Paid furlough, up to 90 days,
Scientist"ADAM 9 present grades if they enlist within depending on length of service, with
Coming"FOR .. 20 days after discharge and before furlough travel paid to home and
STEEL WINDOWS :. return, lor men DOW In ... Army
AND FALLEN MAN," II; 7EBBUARY1,1940. who ,enl Iiet.

WHOM THE BELLS the subject of the LessonSermowhich "..IT JOI IN THE WOULD" 6. Muiterlnf-otit pay (bated

,,,.to ,, I. .or TOLL" ..11be read In Churches b : : These special privileges are typicalof upon length of service) to all men
n"y 'MASONRY :i who are discharged to rwnlut.
"SALTY O'RENKF Christ Scientist, throughout th CEMENT .. the new law recently passed by
7. Option to retire at. half for
Congress Few opportunities for a pay
"A MEDAL FOR BENNY""A world November 11. ,
on Sunday -"y die re* of your life after 20 years'
lifetime offer as attractive -
career many
TREE GROWS DBROOKLYN" I The Golden Text Is: "0 Israel, re ; service-or thrae-quarteri pay after
ROCK AND" ; advantages. 30 years. (Retirement Income in
turn unto the Lord thy God; foi, Can you think of any other job |rad. of Master or First Sergeant up
thou hast fallen by thin. Iniquity'PIANOS b I that would give you good your to (155.25 per month for life) All
food, clothing, quarters, free med- previous active federal military ..,.
ROCK SCREENINGS .. i ical and dental care, world-wide vice counts toward retirement.
r : travel,80 days'furlough every year! 8. Benefits of GI Bill of Right
a i education and training in any of
9. Family allowances for th.
nearly 200 skills or trades and term of enlistment for dependent of
REINFORCING STEEL enable you to retire with a hft i.- men who enlist or reenlist before
omit any tim alter tOvean'iervieetThen July 1, 1946.
I un't anyThat's why a 10. Choice of branch of service and
job in the Regular Army ha been oversees theater In Air, Ground or
IF INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE called "The Beat Job in the World." Service Force on 3-y..r enlistments.


We can now deliver PAY PER MONTH- RETIREMENT

chobee and have several good re-conditioned ENLISTED MIN I')r. INCOW.An.l.r .
UPRIGHT PIANOS at moderate prices. U4itlll I' Peed. t.4.... 114a.tet Sergeant Service tervieeisthq ,

sad Medial SuN or tine SereaDt 1138.00 $89.0 '1".2'
Technic. Sergeant 114.00 4.10 12a.n

Information Write MATERIALS I (a-Plue 10" 1I1cne fq# Stall Sergeant 96.00 62.40 10a.00
Full Rseviee 0.0_... (b-PIli. lergeasat 78.00 :H>.'O 87."
PAHOKEE FLORIDA 50% it Member of 'tJ: Corporal. 66.00 42.90 74.2'
Cows. P et .a.
Plus 69i Poor lID Pay IOf Prvef.! Pint CaN s 54.09 JUO 60."
LEGGETT MUSIC CO. 2501 I leek 3 Y..s of Service. privet . J OAA JZ,5O "'6.2'


I I' 522 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, Fla. FEDERAL AND STATE SPECIFICATIONS I U. S. I COMEAU BLDG.

Phone 5697 I .I A ROOMS 704-703-704

IJ "GUARD/AN Of VICTORY" West Palm Beach
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/ Commissioners fairly good-sized house with 'pleas railroads, ports and shipping were uel Joano of Tallahassee and alsoto Lot 1 except RR R-W. Sec, 5-3&-" Okeechobe
County I Lot 1 except Hit H-W. Sec.S83" Lot 1, 3 and 5 to 12 Inc, Blk. 1,
(Continued from Pig On) ant lines and an attractive :yard- either taken away, destroyed orl have a visit with the brother-in- Lot 14 of Lot 13. Des. Powell' 8-D
dfroom Hancock M-C Lot 7, 8 and 9, Blk. 2, Powell'
none of which :you noticed before. made unusable by the Germans law of another good friend Jimmy and tween beg.Sections 4 and II..ran S.D

THE STATE OF FLORIDA The magic of paint-new, fresh, The Ambassador and I had lunch I Forrest of Daytona Beach. SEH'LY along M-L fdN8S"ft to Lots 1 to 12 Inc., BIt. 3, Powell'
NW line of Wesley Harvey: property 8.0Loll
To Mri. Bessie Aledman, Tax glistening, refulgent paint! Let's eon with the Regent Archbishop We flew to Naples the morningof for POBj: thence S 83: deg., 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 4, Powell'

Collector of the County of Okee- have more and more of It. Damoskennos and had another long' the 18th and had lunch with 21 water minutes level W to 402 point vi ft opposite to "IT mln to, S.\)TRUSTEES OF THE INTER.

chobee. talk with him. Since wa. had seen General McNarney commanding the and parallel with projected SB NAL IMPROVEMENT: FUND

I You are hereby commanded to Okeechobee C. C. him the day before he had taken whole Italian and Balkan Theatreof line!55 of doff.Wesley 21 mln.Harvey B propertyN 303 ft, OP IDA.THE STATE OF FLOR

collect out of the real estate and over the post of Prime Minister American forces, I spent the NWERLY along; Hancock M-L BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS!
444% ft. Sec. 9-3V39 OF BVEROTADES DRAIN.
personal property, and from each of himself until :lie was able to find whole afternoon with General Mc Lots 3 and 4, Blk. 1. Pcwell'l 8-D AGE DISTRICTBy

the and corporations named I a Prime Minister to set and his of Staff Lot 9, Blk. 8. Powell's 8-D ROY K. RAULERSON! Agent
persons Chief -
a new Narney
up going Okee
I|I' (Continued from Pap One) I Lots 1 and 2, Blk. Bt, City of for Trustees of the Inter
In the annexed roll, the taxes set II I government. I also had a talk with over their plans for getting the chobee nal Improvement Co ad and
I I who are of moderate and WH of PEV and NEH of SEV4, Sec for Board of Commissioner
means cannot
down In each roll opposite each I Colonel Wood who had landed In boys home, which are very favor- 4, Twp, 34. Bee 95SF.Vi of Everglades Drainage District

name, corporation or parcel of land I afford to pay the prices in the I the mountains along with some of able, and over the generaal military B:! of SE',;, Sec 4, Twp, 34, Rge. Florda, Okeechobe County

therein described, and In case \ "tony" resort areas. These folks our own secret army representatives economic and political situation In Lilts 1 to 4 Inc.. Blk. 58, City of

I taxes so Imposed are not paid at like to fish and hunt and prefer to I I I of OSS and had helped organize this area. My hotel room In Naples will Okeechobee ha offered for sale at public out. THIS NU11C1I IS PUBLISHED In

the time prescribed by law, you are live quietly and enjoy the sunshine Greek resistance cry for the highest and best rush bid, compliance with Sections 2'31 and
I to the Germans looked out across the beautiful Bay mihject to the right of the Board of 23313.: Florida Statutes, 1941.
to collect the same by: levy: and and mild climate. For example, a before Allied forces entered of Naples straight at Mount Vesuvius Commissioner of Everglades Drainage THE'] PURCHASER IS to pay the
man and his wife want to to District, and/or Board of County advertising cost,
sale of the goods and chattels, lands move I Greece, and with the moon high in the Commissioners of Okeechohee County THE TRUSTEES! OF INTERNAL

and tenements so assessed, or of the Florida, and Is seeking employment That afternoon also I the Florida" to reject anv: ind all bid, IMPROVEMENT FUND reserve the
we had a sky In the evening, enjoyed
nt the Courthouse, beginning' ; at 10'00 rlifht to reject any and all bllds.
person or corporation so taxed; and as plasterer, and general mechanicA conference with three of the leadIng I I beauty of this scene from my bal- o'clock A M. on the 1Mb day of November BY ORDER of the Trnntecs of the
194.1 Easement for drainageand Internal Improvement Fund of the
mother and daughter want to
all sums collected for the State political figures of Greece, I I cony. This morning we drove from reclamation, and road purposeswill State of Florida.

taxes you are to pay to the State establish a tourist home and daughter again discussing the troubled political Naples to Rome itpoplng an hour be BOARD reserved.OP COMMISSIONERS ATTEST Mlllard! F Caldwell. Governor

Treasurer at such time as may be would like office position-Another situation In the country. 'I at Cassino, utterly obliterted during OF EVERGLADES DRAIN F. C Elliott. SPC.
AGE DISTRICT Trustees I. I, Fund
required by law, and at the same party wants business opportunity The Chief of Protocol of the Greek { the heartrendinlg struggle for
time you are to pay to the legally a town Governrient came to honor me with that essential point by our forces. !*. OP OKEECHO- IN TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY

I qualified Depository all sums collected man and wife, both writers, the decoration of the Order of Phoe- BEN COUNTY, FLORIDA. JUDGE BEE COUNTY IN AND, FIORIDA.FOR OKEECHO-

I for County taxes, district want to locate In quiet" community nix, with the highest degree of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO By Clerk ROY of R the. HAULEKSON.Circuit Court of IN RE': ESTATE! OP
to write and mild the'' Okeechohee Florida, t HENRY T, BASS JR.
school taxes and other special enjoy winter Order of the Grand Cordon SELL LAND as agent for County said Boards ECEASED.

taxes; and you are further required weather.-Several others are interested recognition of my friendship for NOTICE IS I1EHEBV GIVEN that By BOPIIKOMt PEASE! NOTICE OF PROBATE
Section 15 (1)I). Chapter Deputy Clerk TO ALL PERSONS! INTFUESTED
to make all collections on or before In establishing business, and Greece and the Greek people. Incidentally 2005S pursunnt, Laws to of Florida. Arts of 1941. I IOKEECHOBEEN IN THE ESTATE OF SAID

the first Monday In April; and on spending the winter in a small I also met the Greek father and Section 117. Chapter 14717. Laws DECEDENT
1931, amended You are hereby notified
Acts of
of Florida ss that a
or before the first Monday In July quiet town. These folks will locate of a young man In our army by Section 11, Chapter ZOOM, Laws of COUNTY FLORIDA written Instrument purported to b*
somewhere In Florida will find Florida Acts of 11141 and also pur- October 10, 1945 1 I the )last will and testament of Slid
you will make a final report to and they whose home Is at Petersburg who sunlit to Station 42, Chapter 20722 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that decedent, has been admitted to probate
settlement with the Comptrollerand accommodations In Okeechobee or came to give me model Law of Florida Acts of 1M1, "I i pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter In acid court You are hereby commanded .
a of the amended by: Section 111, Chapter 22079 I 1S21U1, Laws of Florida Acts of 1937?! within six calendar months
County; Commissioners. will they locate somewhere else Acropolis. I also saw briefly several i Lnwi of Florida, Acts of 11)43 ana I known an the MURPHY ACT, and In from the date of the first publication
Anyone interested Is Invited to call 1 8iwtlon 41, Chapter !i/722. Laws of I pursuance of Chapter 20(158' Laws of I df this notice to appear In sold court
Given under my hand and seal other delegations which came Florida Art of 11141, as amended bv: Florida, Acts of 1941 known as the nnd show cause If any you can, why
this the let day of November in the at the Chamber of Commerce office for various purposes.I II I Bi-ctloii 21 Chapter 22U7U Laws of mnuOLADES DRAINAGE) DISTRICT the action of said court In admitting
lorldn.. Acts or 1IM3\ the following ACT, the following described said will to probate should not stand
year A. D. 1945. In the Southland Hotel and I described, lands lu Okeechobe Count, In nil, sltimted In Everglades Drainage unrevoked.

Robert La look over the list Manager Conrath was touched by the warm sentiments Plorldn. tolt! District In Okeechohee County, Florid T. W, CONELY, JR..
Martin Assessor of
:I Lot 9. Ulk 1:% City of Okeechobee *. will he offered for Belo at public, County Judge
Taxes Okeechobee County. will assist you. of so many of the Greek peo-1'I Lot 7 ana 8, Blk. 2, South Okee outcry fnr the highest and hest cash __
cnobee Lid subject to the right of the Trustee IX THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY
Notary Public Bond of Bessie Alderman pie whose courage and noble spirit Lois 2. 3, 4 add B, Blk. 207. City of of the Internal Improvement 1 JUDOB IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
VERY are best evidenced by the fact that Okeechobee Fund and of the Board of Commls- BEE COUNTY: FLORIDA.IN .
was presented and approvedby TRULY YOURS I Lot 5. 6. 11 and 12, Blk. 17, South Blotters' of Everglades Drainage District liE : ESTATE: OF
the Board. with all of Its suffering It was on- Ukeechokee i to reject any and all bids, at the l lVurthouiie HENRY T. BASS, JR.
Lot 8 and 9, Blk. 46, South Ok* ( beginning at 10'00'' DF.CEA8ED.
(Continued from In Greece
2) ly that I heard the
page people
chobee the 19th day of No-
during the war. About three-quar- singing In the early morning a* they Lon 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 9, Riverside tember. 1943.: As to all parcel of land You and each of you are hereby
THE GADFLY I Park Addition of ten acres or more, title to onehalfof notified and required to present soy
tern of all' food consumed In the rode through the Lot 8, 9 and Blk. of
streets to work. 10. 181. City petroleum and three-fourths of clnlms and demands which you, or
I OkeechobeeLots other minerals will he reserved bv: either of have against the
cities and about one-half of the The Minister you
(Continued from Page One) gave a reception 1. 2, 8, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Blk. 78, Trustees of the Internal Improvement estate of Henry T. Buss Jr, deceased
food consumed In the rural areas In my honor, at which members City of OkeechoheeNH Fund Easements for road right of,, Inte of snld county, to the county
It lion I of NEV Of NE4. See 15, Twp. 200 feet wide will be reserved by of Okeechobee, County, Florida
a main artery of travel, is of Greece of the way I I Judge
Is furnished by UNRRA. government and the. leaders .1. Dee 81 soul Trustees from any parcel through within eight calendar months from
Lots 1, 2, 3 nud, 5 10 Inc. Blk. ,
the new whlte-trlmmed-with-green You know our country provides of most of Greece's political parties I 11, RIvi'mUK1'nrk to Addition, vnich there .s 'I x's': : IT '..v I the date of the first publication of
I lor urelnare a'eOI1lA'I :- I Each claim demand
easier.: this or
face being put on Crl Hoffman'shouse Lots II and 7, Ulk of Okeeehobee i 1.11. ,
110. ,
nearly three of all We had City
quarters the relief were present. dinner with '' i' ir i il I Inrresr. must be In writing and must state the
on Parrott Avenue. This wl.1 te !'e er..ad bv tij: Board ofCcronn.sicu place of residence and post office address -
funds spent by UNRRA. This Is Ambassador and Mrs. MacVeagh, Lot II, Blk. 252; City of Okcecho- r 'i :.".. ..at.J. iDewrlntlnn 'I of the claimant and must b*

house used to be, :you remember, a all that Is keeping the peope of and with the Foreign Minister and Lots lire 8 10 and 11. Blk. 132, City ofUke..cbobee ax Dls'Ic! ., sworn to by: the claimant his agent
the will be
or his attorney or same
queer dark dismal reddish-brownish Greece from starving by the hun- other Greek official Even In this .' Ok''hobeeLot. void according to law.
Lou 7 to 10 |Inc Ulk 133.: City of Let 7. B": 'S: :C'H:: come
shade; it looked small and rather dreds of thousands. Their economy busy day I did steal the time to go I Okeechobee 1. 4 "First? in1 12. Blk. 11 This 2Sth HENRY dRY of THOiUS September BASS, 1943., SR,
forlorn. Now behold, with its new is terribly demoralized, their livestock look up the step-mother and broth. I.IIt"Lot. ,1 Ulk to 7 H7 Inc :City 814 of of Okeeehohoe NEH ; NHnf Lots\\rlKhts 5 and 12, Ulk\ 70' City of Okee Executor of the Estate Will and
I' : T. Bass, Jr.
coat of paint, it to be !sr.t except lilt K W end. that chobee Testament Henry
proves a Industrial facilities, roads and and sisters of friend Eman-
era my pnrl N of SAL liy Sec. 39-30 Lots L, K, and O Blk. 232;; City of I Deceased



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