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 16, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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 2l Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 16, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof American Sponsor Carnival Legion Will Here 1 I l. V. Conrath Will Okeechobee Attended Army-Navy Fans Okeechobee County Bank Will Be Two

Service Men November-20 Thru 24 I I Go. to Homestead Football-Game Sunday Years Old Tuesday; Has Shown Rapid

the World Over Alto Watford Post Commander I A number of Okeechobee football With Same Board of Directors
of the Clarence Alderman Post of i II I As C of C SecretaryAnnouncement fans attended the football game at Progress

the American Legion has announced Fort Pierce Sunday afternoon .
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Aboard the LCS (L) 121, Leyte, that the Legion Is sponsoring i ; was made this where the Navy team of that city On next Tuesday, November 20,

Philippines (Delayed)-Clifford M.j I the Carnival which will be put oft week that L. V. Conrath had resigned defeated the Army team from Fort THE GAD-FLY the Okeechobee County Bank will

Johnson, electrician's mate, aecond'clall 'j here beginnilng November 20 and as Secretary-Manager of the Benning, Ga., by the score of 14 to have reached Its second birthday

USN'R, Okeechobee, Fla., who, ] ending November 24, by the Florida Okeechobee County Chamber of 13 after one of the best football By MARJORIE B. WALLACEI anniversary having been opened for

with other members of the crew of Amusement Company of Sarasota. Commerce and had accepted the job games ever witnessed in this sec business here on November 20; 1943
will be used by the the Home- tion. The feature of the game was was not cither calling you
this vessel, turned her Into a supply The receipts a< Secretary-Manager of It was the fifth of the McNulty
craft by day "Flycatcher"* and local Legion Post for their building stead Chamber of Commerce Mr. the passing and all-round field gen names! Here's the translation: Group of Banks.

"Skunk" patrol boat by night-had fund in the drive to build a new Conrath has been secretary here eralship of Johnnie Lujack, former. Currente calamo-with a rapid

helped put 20,000 miles of sea travel Amerlcn Legion Home In Okeecho- since the last week in June of this Notre Dame star. pen. "I see that your storm-drunk Opening day saw the deposits of

under her belt by the time V-J Day bee year. The Fort Pierce Navy team will signboards are still, to the same this new bank reach $237,042.45

found her at' this Philippines har- Among the features will be the In discussing his resignation Mr. I play the team from the Army AirBase degree, in the last struggle. I know and was far beyond the expectation

bor, undergoing repairs. Dan Riley Animal Show featuring' Conrath said he regretted very at Keesler Field, Missnext that abuse Is no argument against of everyone. Since that time the

1 the Hollywood Apes. Merry Go much to leave Okeechobee as he I I Sunday afternoon on the Jay-Cee proper use, and perhaps signboardsare bank has continued to grow with
The LCS (landng craft support) |
I Round, shows and attractions and had enjoyed his work here and Field at Fort Pierce. The game will necessary to capture the rabble each month until now it has deposits .
had her "Flycatcher" and "Skunk"patrol
ndA for the children.Okeechobee. ed the town and the people he lik'i(I begin at 2:30: ; but llslten to the other side of totaling $1,008,461.65, representing
work at Okinawa, assigned
--- met very much but that the place the question As above stated, according I the deposits of more than
to an area near the harbor on com-
at Homestead was a bigger job and I II to the course of nature, the 780 Individuals who are now doing
bined air defense and enemy suicide C of C I I II Fight TuberculosisBy
would pay him more money than he II signboards are torn and tipsy, faded business with them. Also they have
boat lookout. The craft remained In
could expect here. and jaded, the wind having been a loaned $171,124.85 In Okeechobee.
the Okinawa area from May 10 to I .
field General Meet Since coming to Okeechobee Mr Buying Xmas propelling force from behind and
July 10, during which her chief assignment At the time of the opening of the
I Conrath has made definite progress having subjected the signboards to
was picket duty. I bank Its officers were C. II. McNul-
!I with his work for the Chamber of Seals strong and severe punishment.That I
She went to "general quarters" 56 At.Woman's. Club I Commerce and It is with sincere regret GenerouslyOur you have left them in this ty, president; N. Ray Carroll, vice-
times to meet enemy air attacks I; (i I president, and E. G. Kilpatrick Jr..
that the people of the county state Is a deficiency much to re-
during that period and suffered | cashier, and these officers with J,
medium "in all
I I of the Okee- see him leave right at the time his greatgrandmothers called It gretted. There Is a
one nearmill'I'hen a bomb exploded A general meeting if I 0. Pearce, E. M. Meserve, Allen
So fix 'em
was 'work was beginning to show re- "going into a decline" Our grand- things. you up youdon't
off her chobee Chamber of Commerce Markham, and J. M. Roe composed
starboard quarter,
spray want to tear 'em down, and, the
I at theWomen' aults. He will have the best wishesof mothers called It "comsumptlon. ,
ing the deck with shrapnel. She is held Sunday afternoon : the first Board of Directors of the
made In
2:30 at which all of those who have had the Our mothers called it "tuberculo- necessary changes being ,
credited with shooting down two Club at : bank. And today, after two years,
I the future, word of honor, willilng
was ef pleasure of working with him while sis. We call It simply "TB.
formal set-up
Jap planes. time a more the same officers and directors,
I'll shut
or unwilling about
here. up
whatever It be
By name may
About 25 or 30 were present.
with the exception of E. G. Kilpat .
The Board of Directors of the known, it Is a killer only partially signboards.
WAVE Edna Hansel Crostic, President R. B. Meserve presidodland rick, continue to guide the Institution. .
'I those that Okeechobee Chamber of Commercewill conquered. The death rate from So there!
to present
Aviation Machinist Mate, 2c, who explained .
meet this week in an effort to TB is steadily declining, but there
been the set up of the Chamber duringthe The other day a couple of friendsof Mr. in
has stationed at the Naval Air I|I Kilpatrick resigned July
get another secretary before Mr. is scant excuse for the survival of mine took the time to cruise
only temporary
Station at Banana River since her summer was I 1914 to accept the position of vice-
this meeting had been Conrath on December fat the disease at all. Diagnosed in its about town, and down the side
graduation from mechanical school and that leaves up president and cashier of the Florida
at Norman, Oklahoma Feb. 5, 1944, called to enable the organization to --- I early stages, It can be cured In streets, with their eyes open. They State Bank of Sanford and was later

returned from Memphis Tennessee, work on a more definite basis. District Governor I practically every case, and it should were amazed at what they saw. I succeeded by R. B. Meserve who resigned

Thursday where she received her i The first Item of business was be as rare in this country as bubonic wish you would all do the same and was succeeded by S. H,

:lischarge; from the Navy. the presentation of a proposed set I plague. thing, for In no other way will you McDougald November 1st.
Buliman Is VisitorTo I
list of"rules" Tuberculosis is a disease of the in '
setting realize the vast
of By-Laws up a i I Improvement Okeechobee County had been
Chamber I young, and In that fact lies 1111 I
the Okeechobee the
Mr. and Mrs. Van Llghtsey received I by which during past year without a bank for more thaan ten
Local RotariansDistrict vulnerability, for youth has a mar ;
a letter this week from their should operate. Manager You might sum It up this way-a years when the Okeechobee County
I velous capacity for throwing off disease
son, Lloyd Llghtsey, In which he outlined these by-laws which were year ago you could count on your Bank opened its doors and every.

says he has Just returned to California along the lines of most active Governor Bultman'a visitto if given proper help. Resist fingers the number of really neat one felt the need of a strong financial .

aboard the USS Dennis from chambers of commerce in the State. the Okeechobee Rotary Club on ance to disease is high In young and attractive places In town; institution in the town when

the fighting in the Pacific. He ex-I I' Each Article was read, discussed Monday night clarified and strengthened people who have enough to eat and I places which were completely satisfying the present bank was organized and

pacts to slay aboard tho ship until an4_ dopted individuallyv. A--, *- "*' "the"** locaal *organization's' who live In uncrowded and comefortablb I not only to the casual glance opened for business
in organization Ideals art nothing lse'could home rl>r6b lly- cur constantly detarted"'scrutlny
\ A major change the alma and Buttola Now the
December 1st at which time he will The "bank has enjoyed a contlrtu-'":" -- ---'r'"
be sent to a discharge center for set-up was a change In name. have done. Mr. Bultman, In Improving standards of living same number of digits 'will sufficeto ous and steady growth alnce the

final examination and discharge- I, The new name will be Okeechobee his talk to the club after a delicious have had much to do with the tally the places still needing and day It was opened.

County Chamber of Commerce. Mr. I fried chicken dinner, gave in decline In tuberculosis Incidence I badly needing, attention. The saddest .

Gene Elledge, son of Mr. and !I Conrath mentioned that this was as plain businessman language the objects Conversely, after every war thereIs I thing about It Is that many of

Mrs. Harry Elledge, returned to his it should be as the County Com- of Rotary as they apply to the an upsurge of TB cases, due to these unsightly places are on the J. T. Swindal
home here Monday after having i missioners had cooperated fully and Okeechobee club, and Illustratedhis I the rigors of war and the shortages mat. streets In full view of every

been discharged from the Army Air made it possible to finance the explanations by Incidents in of some kinds of food. pnsptnp car while the lovely little Passed

Base at Amarillo, Texas. organization.The other communities. His account of So the sale of Christmas Seals la homes all shining and clean and AwayTuesday

I next Item of business was the part Rotary played in the San more Important this year than it beautified are tucked away In the

Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler received the election of a new Board of Directors Francisco Conference was factual has been In twenty-five years- The town where not even the residents A. M.

a letter this week from their \ as the temporary officers and Inspiring. Mr. Bultman has money raised by these familiar of the rest of the town see and admire

son, Sgt. Glenn Chandler, sayinghe 1 had resigned so as to allow the been a Rotarian since he was little bits of paper bearing the them.
J. T. Swlndall died the homeof
expected to leave Europe about 1 membership as a whole to elect twenty-one, has grown up with the double-barred red cross Is the I have told you about these Improvements at
his Mrs. J, M. Jones
November 15 for home. After 1!t those whom they felt would give organization, and clearly under. amunition used to fight tuberculosis from week to week, butI daughter
In this country he will go toCamp' [ the necessary time and effort to the stands its opportunities and, also, I throughout the world. It Is a doubt that you realize what an In Lake Wales, Tuesday morning at
hopeful battle in which we are win. 7:30: followlnlg a stroke of paraly.
Blanding where Chamber. its limitations, for service. astonishing amount of painting,
he will be
discharged about December 5. He I After a number of nominations, I In the Club Assembly followllng' ping all the,time but we dare not clearing, planting, and beautifying sis which occurred two months ago, .
He 78 old. Mr. Swindall'
has been In the hospital at Rome the followiing gentlemen were I dinner, the committees of the club relax our strategy for one moment, has been done quietly and bit by was years

for the month. elected by ballot: E. M. Meserve reported their activities for the lest our enemy take advantage of bit, In Okeechobee during the past was born at Bronson, Levy County
past I Florida, and had lived all of his
i I R. B. Meserve, H. II. Raulerson, year of the club's life, and the assembly our unwariness and come back at few months. And it atill goes on,

Hugh D. Thomas-returned I Carl Durrance, Z. K. Williams, C. then resolved itself Into a us in a surprise attack. praise be. The actual material bet. life In Florida- He was well known
to his here much time in the
home In Okeechobee M. Williams, Alto Watford, Allen school of Instruction by Mr. Bult Among the weapons we use, financed terment Is wonderful, but I think having spent
Tuesday II
few in Okeechobee with
spending three and I Markham, Included was C. E. Draw man on the ccopo of the duties of by the Christmas Seal perhaps the Increased pride and past years
the a half years In I dy, chairman of the Board of County each committee. He outlined the sales, is the mobile X-ray unit fora satisfaction of our citizens in their his son and daughter-in-law, Mr
Army. During the
time he was
and Mrs. I. J. Swindall.
In service he took part In all of the'' Commissioners Hereafter, whoever duty and the limit of each 'c\lmmlt. thorough chest examination which h.omes; Is of greater benefit and
Funeral services conductedat
of the tee's business may discover the first signs of value were
fighting in la chairman county where the activity
Europe and his discharge
: Lake Wales afternoonat
commissioners will automaticallybe of one committee should begin and tubercular trouble, entirely un The Junior Hardy Walkers' house Wednesday
papers show that he took\ I :1 3 o'clock with Rev. Coefield
part in the battles of Ardennes, a member of the board. end, so that there would be no suspected by the victim, and permitthe Is resplendent In new white paint, pas
tor of the Baptist Church of Ne..oberry
Rhineland and Central Europe. Ref\ The newly elected directors will overlapping of committee activities, immediate treatment which I is .I with just enough red trim to bring

awarded meet shortly and elect officers and no Rotary activity in such pub. Invaluable in combatting the dis out the fresh clean look, and the officiating. He was burled
was a with three
Bronze Steers and the good conduct I from among their number, to carryon lie domain as the organization's objects ease. Okeechobee will be visited by red Turk's caps In the yard look with Masonic Honors, the member
one of these units In the near fu. of the Newberry Lodge of which he
medal. After his return to the the work of the organization. do not cover. like splatters of the trim color.

United States Hugh ,I Manager Conrath Informed the With this difmlte and clearly. ture.BUY That Is one funny thing about anew had been a member many yean,
was sent to
made the trip to Lake Wales for the
Camp Fannin Texas, where he was I'I members that there was a defined outline to guide them the CHRISTMAS SEALSSAVEAN I coat of paint on a house-it
discharged Ity of the establishment of members of the Okeechobee club OKEECHOBEE LIFE. seems to accentuate everything surrounding -
I poallblll'l I He Is survived C
by two sons, ,
mill In Okeechobee County can proceed to even greater success the building Itself, so that
M. Swindall, Lake Wales, and Ira J..Swlndall ,
Alto Watford, Jr., arrived at his conferences had already .. and usefulness In the year ahead Mrs Mabel P. Raulerson I you see for the first time plants .

nome here Friday after having been on with an experienced sugar mill Some confusion Is Inevitable In any Assumed Duties As Clerk and flowers-and, ah, mel I trash I. Okeechobee two daughters

discharged from the Navy on Thursday \ operator and that he would return newly organized agency for service Court sometimes-unnoticed before. Mrs. Martin Hagan, Tampa, and

at the Jacksonville Naval Stat shortly to Inspect various sites and but these um'ertalntie were made Circuit\ Wednesday I I wish Chief Parkerson would I Sirs J. M. Jones, Lake Wales; and

tlon. Alto was in the Navy over two acreage for the growing of cane. Into plainly marked paths of prog- Mrs Mabel P. Raulerson receivedher pace a race for home Improvementdown three grandchildren.Quick .

years and saw action in the Pacific rcsa \ky Mr. Eultman's patient and commission as Clerk of the Circuit at his end of the street Here

during the fierce fighting that took I I Large corporations are being generous Informed advIce. Like< a physician, Court from the Governor Wed. are grouped a few houses which freezing, .which has enabled -

place between the American Navy In victory, It was revealed by he iliagnosto the few minor \ills of nesday morning and has assumedthe need painting. Some of them have the Army to keep whole milk

and Japanese Navy until the Jap I the National War Fund-Florida Di.vfeLon the club, praised its general good duties of that office Her appointment particularly pretty yards and un as long as three months at a time,

Navy was destroyed. After the war State Campaign headquarters health, gave It a diet list and a few was announced three usually good construction liner will soon be employed by dairy Interests

ended he was sent from the Philip which reports the following pills, and now It can go on to bigger weeks ago by the Governor and the but you see only the thirsty boards, so that residents of remote

pines to the United States. contributions toward Florida's quo. and better things with confidence bond was approved by the Board of literally begging for a bucket or sections may be assured a dependable .

tag: General Electric Company $1,- and new inspiration.( County Commissioners at their two of pigment-ln-oll. I I supply at all times, accordingto

The following clipping from the I 225.00, American Can Company In the absence of Mom Wallace!' meeting Monday, November S. I I hope that all\ this personal Interest 1 1I an announcement of the Refrigeration

San Diego Cal., Journal, was sent $750, American Agricultural Chemical Mrs. Merle Bartlett played) for the Mrs. Rauleraon Is thoroughly familiar -I In home Improvement meant I II I Equipment Manufacturers

to Mr. and Mrs. Van Llghtsey by I Company $250.00 and Atlantic singing. with the duties of this office I that Okeechobee waking. up to Its Association. 400,000 pints are

their son, Lloyd, who served aboard I Coast Line Railroad $3,600. Guests were J. Homer Bible, having been Deputy Clerk for a opportunities for the future. Like now being shipped to Alaska.

the USS Dennis In the Pacific many II Clyde Durrance and Clarence J. time during the beginning of her tho spinster with a new permanent

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) [ Ncfus I I f""e of the Clowns Who I Service Men minutes" states he Is In the hospital suffer
( Caught Japi ing from heart trouble, but Is expected
I Will Be With Ringliing I (Continued from Page 1)) Halsey'i planes, however, did I to return home soon. F. L. PORTER, D.S.C.

Published Every Friday bj tile I Brothers and Barnum & months: catch up with the Jap fleet that I I FOOT SPECIALIST
Okeechobee News Co., at Okseehabia Bailey Circus At. West I "Nobody saved us We were Just night, sank a battleship, damaged I BRING YOUR CHIROPODIST
Okeechobe County, Florida I dAmned lucky the Jape didn't link another and Inflicted wounds.I
many Needs
Palm Beach November16th Printing Put Your Feet In My Hands
BRYANT BOWDEN .."..... Idltot, ovcrything we The Dennis steamed Into port
and 17th, Fri.-Sat. Historians may write volumes this morning and aboard are a lot TOOkeechobee 204 Sunrise Theatre Bldg.
Entered: as gtoonfl elsss matter July' about the Second Battle of the .of fighting men loaded with decorations Phone 782 Fort Pierce FunMalaria
1. 1914 it the Post Office In Oseerlijbee. Philippine Sea. but Comdr. Sigurd S. Hanson, who News
FU. under Act of Mar. e. 18'7t. I

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I Lt. (jg) Wayne A. McCurdy, a skippered her when she was In battle ......-...............................!..............'./..'.............................. '.."
One Tear In advance ......... .S'.OO youthful Naval officer aboard the had been transferred. Lt. I
Six Months In advan ........ 1.00 L USS Dennis, a tiny escort destroyer Comdr. Stanley N. Gleis of Los I ELECTRICAL WORK .
Three Months In advance ..." ." this morning gave a graphic, Angeles, brought her home.
concise account of part of the action .

Resdlna notl..... In local eolnniBi.rtnti 18 Mrs Marian A. Cousart receiveda I P. P. EVANSHOUSE CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH
11,10. Rates for. Jlsfllartl.lnr advee ClsssIf10d Sharp Contrast letter this week from Pvt. Her. LIQUID for
fnrnlshM on
advertletoe, t CPDta Mcll word It was In sharp contrast to the man Holiday (colored), who Is WIRING MALARIALSYMPTOMS
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torp".1 per Insertion. All Item for witsrdlnf!prom rate creel neondmtm | vivid magazine and newspaper stationed In the Philippines. He < ........:+....................."'=......:o-o- ..........)I I Take only as direct.
elllr"le at advertislm stories that credited the Third I

Fleet with making a spectacular "-- -.---..-.... _....-_ n._._ _'_'1'" .. _._, _._ u n. n ..
Advertlslne! Mill Ire payable on tile wiwq last-minute rescue.It .
lit of Mfb month. unknywm tel I Ireqnlred was this 1600-ton Dennis that
1'IIII11abePi to pay In advance.
sank a Japanese heavy cruiser HOLIDAY NOTICETHURSDAY

I ., marking the first time in Naval
THE GAD-FLY I ai4tk history that such a triumph was
(Continued from Page One) Preceded BattleIn

and some ducky clothes and a cosmetic a move that Naval tacticians NOVEMBER 22 1945
camouflage going out after a still debate, Admiral Halsey pulled I
husband, a renewed and beautified his mighty Third Fleet 800 milesto
Oketchobe should go on the wart j the north seeking a Japanese THANKSGIVING DAY
path for solid and substantial bust I task force, which seems to have ,
ness and population Increases. Or I never been sighted or seen; cer-

don't you want tot In short, lust tainly never contacted. BEING A LEGAL HOLIDAY IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
what DO you want for your town? That move preceded the battle of
Have dreams, plans anv Samar Island In which the Dennis
you any any
desires, for the future of this I fought alongside a small force
dot on the map that spells ) against! an Invading Jap fleet that Hr
)'ou' I had it so outnumbered and out THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1945.
gunned that It was like a Singers

barging Nobody blindly ever along got ,anywher hit or miss b, | ". Dempsey.Midget slugging It out with Jack ALL ORDERS FOR CURRENCY, PAYROLLS OR TRANSFERSOF

with no goal In sight or in mind. II 1
The action,
fought last OctoberIn
have said repeatedly that whatever 4 MONEY SHOULD BE MADE ON OR BEFORE
the Layte operation, saw the
this county made up Its mind to do. I
Japs sink:
it did. Over and over again, this I If Two escort carriers, the St. Lo WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1945Okeechobee
statement has been proved. What and Gambier Bay.
the future holds for Okeechobet Is _
Two destroyers.
limited only by the determinatim One destroyer escort, the Roberts .
of Its citizens, and by their willniK .
urn to work for the success <"f '
f Badly damaged, but afloat were
their concerted efforts. 'I County Bank
three American escort carriers, two
By all means, paint your hour a I destroyers and two destroyer elI -
It needs it. Clean up your yard tic't':1 I Icorts. That was all that was left of OFFICERS
plant flowers and shrubbery keep this courageous force. C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vice-Pres.
your business places neat and for !Halsey's planes returned to the N. RAY CARROLL, Vl ..Pru. and Cashier

pity' sake get rid of the JUNK : rescue at 6 p. m. DIRECTORSN.
But after and beyond that. mak 'The Jap force left at 10:30: In .
up your mind on this: What do the morning," Lt. said,
you want for Okcechobee In year I ; ; '1 don't know why. But It sure J. 0. PEARCE

ahead makes you believe In religion. They
Then go after It. could have finished us off in 15! ------n___ .. _,_,_ _._ _.____ _._,.

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*.t'.....J-i w=s X--=......................-............................--=.........'' 'J ------ ---- -'---- -#-----,-. FOR SALE --- -with-- -
on'.1 .. oo-:+:o. I t3-acre farm
Local and Personal I
GILBERT house and barn. All fenced. About
n ,SOCIAL NEWS 20 acres cleared.' On Trout Creek,

Iii! Mrs. Jane Ward and Mrs Ernes THEATRE....... 1 I L.r' ............ ....?.yy. .y. yy. ........ .......L.,. I II I five f Ill's out on Road 20. Ernest
tine North of Live Oak, arrived In :::=_=x=::se xsx"===,<
I:.: :.: :.:Ii :.: :'!:.: :.:r.g:.: :!:.: A:.: 5:.: :.: :.: Okeechobee Sunday and are spending I, $5000 REWARD for return of my Campbell.
I two weeks here with their Sunday and Monday bird dog named Lady-taken from
Mrs. (,. D. Harden .I Thanksgiving basket ,
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and GARY COOPER Mlcco Nov 8th S A. BELCHER. TEACHER available Master'sDegree
!Mrs E J. Wilson gave the devotional
Gives Birthday Party I using the 91st Psalm as her Mrs W. H. Russell i INGRID BERGMANIn I I Florida Life Certificate for
For Young Son, David scripture reading I FOR SALE -- A .J-year-old horse, Biology; Home Economics; Science;
Mrs .Lulu Culbrcth and grand broke to ride at $125 Ernest 'i Junior Grades Write Elizabeth
After the business meeting asocial "For Whom the Bells c.mp-j'
!\fre. C. D. Harden entertained hour was enjoyed by the following ; daughter, Miss Virginia Lee CV-I II Toll"IN bell. I I McDermott, Lakeland, Fla.
|I breth, of DeLand, visitors
last Saturday afternoon at her homeIn were .
: Mrs. S. J. Davie, Mrs. W. D. ( TECHNICOLOR) --- -
DeBerry Garden. for her young Coker, Mrs. R. E. Padgett, Mrs. J, spending the week-end here with I
ion, David, who three Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cubreth March of Time
was years A Lowry, Mrs. Hugh Chandler, I
Mrs J. E. Cone, Mrs. I. W. Register, I
old.A Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Evans and son I
beautiful pink and white birth. Mrs C. M. Williams, Mrs. C. D.
Paul, and daughter, Jane, were Thurs.
day cake centered the dining table. Harden, Mrs M. L. Hancock, Mrs,
This was cut and served with Ice G. C. Durrance, Mrs. J. H Bible, I! visitors. who spent Saturday In Miami CLAUDETT COLBERTIn WELDINGAND

cream after the young guests had Mrs. E. J, Wilson, Mrs. C. R. Bibb, ,
played various games from which Mrs F. L. Green, Mrs. R. E. Ham- !i i .
Word has been of "The Sign of The
| received here
they were merrily exhausted rick, Mrs. H. M. Herndon, Mrs. Carl
David received many pleasing Durrance, Mrs. J. T Hancock, and the birth of a baby girl to Mr and Cross"
gifts which were a delight for him Misses Nellie Mae Hamrick and Mrs. S. G. Burns of Canal Point. (RE-ISSl'E)
Letitia Mother and baby are doing well In POPEYE CARTOON GENERAL REPAIR
Hamrlck. WORKWE
j I and his guesti to open. Enjoyingthe |I I
the hospital at West Palm Beach
afternoon with him were Wan
da Sue Williams, Patsy Mixon, AUXILIARY ENTERTAINS I Friday and SaturdayDoable
i Donald Walker, Sandra Harden, LEGIONNAIRES AND NEW Albert Berka returned to his Feature Program HAVE OPENED A WELDING AND
here afternoon
from Panama City where he 'went GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOPIN
ford, Glenn Ellen Davis, Mary Faith I EUGENE PALLEET
several weeks ago He will remain THE OLD J. DENHAM BIRD FILLING
Davis, Nancy: Pearce, Peggy Pearce, roast beef supper was servedto "Lake PlacidSerenade"
and William Weekly, the Legion artdi Auxiliary in i here until Christmas at which time STATION AND GARAGE.
Thursday night by a committee of i I he and Mrs. Berka and daughter,
I Mill Joan, will return to that placeto :&
Mrs. J. T. Hancock I ithe I Auxiliary. Several new
ben were taken In. mem'l make their future home.A "Call of the Rockies"With OKEECHOBEE WELDING CO.
Hostess to Woman's j I
I After supper there was a Joint
Missionary Society meeting and some entertainment. A I critical shortage of labor to SMILEY: BURNETT J. B. EPPERSON, Prop.

et.1 membership drive Is on so come and harvest Florida's bumper crop of NEWS NOVELTOON
The Baptist Woman's Missionary join ns. Veteran'S'remember, "In fruits and vegetables and serious -

Society met at the home of Mrs. J, unity there la strength. The next lack of housing {or farm workers Coming ALL WORK GUARANTEED

'T. Hancock Tuesday afternoon with I I i meeting night la Thursday, Novem were forecast by the Florida Vege I "SALTY O'RENKE"
Mrs. Carl Durrance as co-hoa"'n. ber 22, 1945, 7:00 p. m. at the Le. table Committee at a conferenceheld "A MEDAL FOR BENNY"
Mrs. I Hall. In West Palm Beach recently. ..
S. J. Davis presided, and the glen "A TREE GROWS IN
'Thanksgiving and Christmas projects ..I BROOKLYN"
were approved. Mrs. C. M Williams Mr. and Mrs 0. B. Knight of "SUNDVY: DINNER;;: FOR A
and Mrs. C. D. Harden were Bowling Green, were visitors spending Advertise In The News SOLDIER" .lIlIllllIIllIIlIIlIIlIIlmmilllllllllllllllHlUlllIIlIllIII! !IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIININ61IINIIIIIIII: !! IL'lllllill'
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Folks who are better off in our heroes have come from obscure
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got a lake there and the local overshadowed wealth and shallow
park, and some real nice lend social definition.. You can insure> his college education with the) 1
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There used to be a phrase
For every $300 you Invest in Victory Bonds
the wrong aide of the tracks" It down to tolerance tolerance now your children will have $4.00 to apply on
meant what you think but for what a man Is and doe their education in ten years and you'11 also
don't hear It any more. Not tolerance for his freedom and be helping bring the boys back from overseas!
you home opinion, whether he's rich or Victory Bonds soil do double duty!
since Charlie Jenkins came CONSTR-U C T IONI MATE LS
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Mrs A. Malcolm Smith, State claimant, and shall be sworn to by Florida. Acts of 1941 and also pursuant NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Lot 1 except RR R.W. See B-88-M Okeechobee
to Section 43 Chapter 20722: TAX DEED Lot 1 except Kit R-W. Sec 9-38-3" Lots 1. 2 and 5 to 12 Inca Blk. 1,
Commander of the Florida Field the claimant, agent, or attorney, Laws of .Florida Act. of 1941, ss Notice Is hereby given that James Lot 14 and JJ! lit of Lot 13 Blk. B, Powell's 8-D

Army of the American Cancer So. and any such claim or demaand not amended! by Section 19 Chapter 22079, Durrance tlifl holder of tbe fallowing and beg from Hancock M.C between Lot. 7, 8 and 9, Blk. 2, Powell's
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1041, and certificates has filed said Sections 4 and 9 run S.D
ciety report. that 29 countlei have so filed shall be void.MABEL Section 44 Chapter 20722 Laws of certificates for a tax deed. to be issued REKLY along M.L 1099.83: ft to LOS"DI to 12 lnc" Elk 8, Pow'lri
In I'lorldu Acts of 1941 ss amended by thereon. Certificate numbers and years NW line of Wesley Haney prop.
been completely organlisd the P. RAULERSON, Section 21. Chapter 22079:: Laws of of Issuance the description of the arty for POB | thence 8 35 deg. Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 4, Powell1

fight against cancer, which stalls- As Administratrix of the Florida Acts of 1041, the following property, and the names In which It 21 minutes W 4021ft to 17 min s.T
discrllied lands In Okeechobee County, was assessed are as follows) water level to point opposite to TRUSTEES:! OF THB IVTBR.
tics show killed 2148 Floridians In Estate of Roy Raiford Florida to-wltt Certificate No. 44, Year of issuance and parallel with projected SB: NAL IMPROVEMENT: FUND

I Lots 1 and 7, Blk. 40, South Okee- 1IHI line of Wesley! Harvey propertyN OF THE STATE OF FLOKBORD -
1944. I Raulerson, deceased chnbee, Certificates Nos. 02 and 09\ Tear of :.13 deg 21 min. B 303 ft., IDd

First publication November 16, 1945 Lots 4. 7. 8 and 9, Blk 10S, City ot Issuance 11142. WERLY Sea Hancock M.L OF COMMISSIONERS! !:
Okeechobee. Certificate; 31, Year of Issuance 444% ft. 9-38-38' OF EVBIWLADE3 DRAIN.
The Florida Motor Llnei opened Lots 1, 2 and 3, Blk. ISO City otOkeechobee. 1941. Lots 3 end 4, Blk. 1, Pswell'l S.D AOE: DISTRICT
NOTICE Certificates No. 17 and 22 Year of Lot 9. Blk 3, Powell's SoD
terminal building By HOY It.
its splendid new Okeechotiee County, Florida, Lots 11. 1'. in( 17 10 and 20. Blk. Issnanev 1IH4.Certificates Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 01 City of Okeechobee for Trustees RAULERSON of the. Inter.Agent
In St. Augustine last week. The new November 67. City of Okeeehohee.Lots No. 10 end 12, Year of nal
15, 1945 Improvement Fuad and
station I. of the finest NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that 0 and. 7. Blk 77, City of Okee- Issuance 1041.Description W'4 of SEV and NEH: of SEVi See for Board of Commissionersof
modern one of
pursuant to Section 1of rhnbee. property 4. Twp 34, 11 lie. 35SKVt Everglades .
In the South with every comfort Laws of Florida. Ads of Chaptern2u0 18:17.: Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Blk. 2, Great led 'J21: and 24 Blk. 7, Bassen- : of SEVi, Sec. 4, Twp. 34, Rge. Okeerbobee Drainage County DIs.trlet ,
known as the MURPHY Inkes 8D.Lots ger Park 8-D. 35Lots Florda
ACT and
and convenience provided for bus .pursuance, of Chanter 20058 Laws In of 10 and 11, Blk. 1S3:!, City of Lot 11 Sec 4, Twp 81, 11 Ile. S3Lot :.1.1. I 1 to 4 Inc. Blk. 68 City of '
12 3.1. Kge.
Florida, Acts of 1841. known as the Okeechobee :27 Sec Twp Okeechobeewill
patrons. Name In which assessed JerryFord he offered for sale at public eut. THIS !NlUiCB IS
mi'! Lots 1 In 0 Inc Blk, I'M City of
TU1CT ACT the following described Ofcoechobeewill : O. O, Illnncbard and O A. cry for the highest and best cash bid with Sections 2T312: and
Langherst. subject to the right of the Board of 2'313, Florida Statutes
land situated! In Everglades I 1941.
Drainage be offered for sale at public outcry
Subscribe to The News District, In Okeechobee County Flor.I for the highest and beat ash bid. All of of said Okeecbobee property State being of to Flor-the Commissioners District of Everglades Board of CountyI'ommieslonerx Drainage TAE PURCHASER IS to pay tbe
I Mil, will be offered for sale at public subject to tbe right of the Board of County 1 and/or of advertising cost.
outcry for the highest and beet cash Commissioners of Everglades Drainage ida. Okeeehobee Count TUB TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL
such certificate or certificates and all bids
bid. subject to tin right of the Trus i Unless Florida to reject any IMPROVEMENT FUND
District Board of CountyCommissioner. reserve the
tees of the Internal Improvement shall be redeemed according nt the (Courthouse beginning at 10'no right. to reject and all
AdvertisementsNOTICE Fundend of Okeechohee County any bllds.
Legal I law, the property described In such o'clock A.1.: on the 10th day of November -
of the Board of Commissioners of Florida\ to reject any and all bids. will be sold BY ORDER of the Trustees of the
or certificate 1041 Easement for drainage
Everglades Drainage District to reject 19 00 I certificate Internal Improvement Fund of the
at ton Courthouse beginning at : at the courthouse <
any and all bids. at the Courthouse to tbe highest bidder end reclamation and road purposeswill State ..f Florida
of December I
n'dock A. M. on the 17th cloy i the first Monday In tbs be reserved
'beginning at 10 00 o'clock A. door on Mmard F Caldwcll. Governor
: M. on the 104EU"lOpnt: for drainage 1941, which I.i __
month of December, BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF : :
lit Ii day of 1IM1 ATTEST
December :
As to all
Notice Is hereby given that I will lands outilde the corporate limit. of I nol will reclamation be reserved and road purposes I i the Srd (lav of December of 1945.November \' : DitAIN F. C. Elliott. Sec.TruHtces .
any municipality, .. of this date, HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS! Dated I. I. Fund
not be responsible for any debts or title\ to one bait of all petrollum and I. OF F\'F.nOI.'OES: DRAINAGE 1913 SOPHRONIA PEASE. OF COUNTY COM:

obligations which my former wife, h"three l reserved fourths. of other minerals' will DISTRICT Clerk of Circuit Court of :SION'EKS OF OKEECHO IN THE: COURT OF THE COUNTY
bv of the Inter andBOAItD Florida .T!'DOB IV AND
Clara Tripp, may Incur. within nnl Improvement said Fund; If lands an OF COUNTY:' COMMISSIONTRS (Seal) By ROY II. HAl'1.EItIlOS. BEE COUNTY FLORIDA
corporate limits as of : OF OKEECHO of IN RE : ESTATE OF
Dated at Okeechobee this 9th day Clerk of tbe Circuit Court
this date the reservation applies' butprivilege BEE COUNTY: FLORIDA NOTICE INTPNTION TO Okeechobee Cnuntv Florida HBNUY: T. BASS. JR.

of November, 1945. I. trill to be explore conducted mine and develop TV :MIBEL P. RAl'LERSONTClerk SELL LAND as agent for said BosrdsBy DEt'EASED.
on on- IS HhllEBY! GIVEN that :NOTICE OF
of the Circuit \'ollrtClerk NOTICE SOPHKOMA: PEASE
J. H. TRIPP. Her lands only with the consent ot Section 18 (I), Chapter
to Clerk
the of the Circuit Court pursuant Deputy TO ALL PERSONS! INTERESTED
surface owner. Easements fori ,, Florida Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941 I
Okeechobee County 20II1S, IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
i ml of
Hunt 200 feet wide will
way \ Boards I .Section 07. Chapter 14717. Laws 1
be as agent for snld and DECEDENT
reserved sold Trustees
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pease. Clerk I of Florida Acts of iltiil.: ns amended NOTICE
Ttv Snihronln Deputy
any parcel through which there Is : | You are hereby notified that
.1 sn by Section 11. Chapter 20II5S./ Laws of OKEECirOBEB COI'NTT, FLORIDA a
(1933 Probate Act, Sees. 119, 120) existing state road : and easement for I Florida, Acts of 1W41.\ und also pursuant October 19 1943 written Instrument purported to be
I drainage end reclamation and for TnllnhaiMwe. Florida to Seitlou 42, Chapter 20722 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the last will and testament of laid,
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY road purposes will be reserved the decedent has been admitted< to probate
by November 8th 1011 LIIV.S of Florida Acts of 1Chapter 91. ss pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
JUDGE OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, Board of Commissioners of Everglades NOTICENOTICE I amended, by Section ill\ 22070 and 1 J1W, laws of Florida Acts of 1917, In said court.within You nix are calendar hereby commanded
Drainage District mnfiths
la that the ilorlda, Aits of 1U43
hereby given Inns of known as the MURPHY ACT, and inpursuance from the dale of tbe first
FLORIDA IN PROBATE DeirrlptlontLots I 2U7J2, Laws of publication
Trustee of the Internal 1mProvementFond Section 44, Chapter of Chapter 20C5S Laws of
7. 8 nod 0, Blk 123 City ofOkeei of the State of Florida\ will\ Florida, Acts of 1041, as amended by Morl(1n Acts of 1941 known as the nf this show notice to appear If In said courtnnd
IN RE ESTATE OF Imhee ensue any :you can why
Laws of
bids, In 2:079.
for 21.
offer for sale competitive Section FXBHOLADBS DRAINAGE D1S-
the action of ssld In
ROY RAIFORD RAULERSON Lot 12 Blk ST. City of Okee Tallahassee Florida, nt 11:00: o'clock I Florida, Acts of 1W3. the followlnt 'IRICt ACT the following described court admitting
said will to should stand
5 Lots 1 to 10 and 13 to 20 ins bohee'l A M. December l*tb. 1941, the fol described. lands lu Okeechubee County, In nil situated In Everglades Drainage unrevoked. probate < not
Deceased.TO Southwest Addition lowingdescribed lands In OkieihobeoCountv Florida to-wit: District In Okeechohee County, Flop
Lots 1 to 12 inc., Blk. 27, : I I.ot 9, Blk. 152 City of Okeechobe ida will he offered for sale at public T. W. COMELY JR..
Okeechobee Beginning at the N. E. Corner Lots 7 and 8, Blk, 2, South Okee oiitcn for the !highest and bent cashbid County Judge
SONS HAVING CLAIMS: OR DE. of Tract No. :24 nf the Eaele flay cbobee suhjmt to the right of the Trustees I e
Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Blk, 23 South I''F COURT OF THE COUNTTjrnr.E :
survey as recorded In Plat Book Lots 2. 3. 4 and 5. Dlk. 207, City ot of the Internal Improvement
MANDS AGANIST SAID ESTATE: Okeechobee 1. Pane ,11. Record of Okeechnliee Okeechobee Fund and of the Board of Commls! i\ AND FOR OKEECHO-
Lots B, 0. 11 and 12. Blk. 17 South HEN COUMY FLORIDA
You and each of you are hereby Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 89, City of County. Florida : and run thence Okeecbobee sinners of Everglades Drainage District IN: RK:, ESTATE OF
S. RS degrees 30 min. E. BSD.0 feet tn reject any and all bids, et the T. BASS
notified and required to present any Okeechobee thence 1. 3S degrees 40 min. W.10i.4 Lots H and 9, Blk 48, South Okee CnurlhoUHO. beginning at 10'00o'clock HENRY DECEASED!' JR.

R* degrees 8(1mln ( chobee : .. 10th day of No-
BOARD or COM511891ONERe : ft thence N A.1. on the
claim. and demands which Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Blk. 9. Riverside NOTICE TO CREDITORS
you, or I :3 thence N. 27 degrees As all parcels of land
OF E\'F.ROUflES DIIAI W SOI ft, 'ark Addition tun her 1943 to You and each of you are hereby
either of you, may have against the AGE DISTRICTTRUSTEES IW mln E. mi 4 ft. to Pointof I Lots S.I and 10, Blk. 181 City of lit ten acres or more title. to one half notified and required to present any
OF THE': INTERNAL ': HcMfnnlntf containing 030 OkeecbobeeLnts 1 of petroleum and three fonrtbs of rIll 1m. and demands which you, or
estate of Roy Raiford Raulerson IMPROVEMENT: : FUND Acres. In Sections I 8 and 17 Township I II 1, 2. 8. 8, 9. 10 and 11, Blk. 76, I other minerals will lie reserved by eIther of yon. may have against the

deceased, late of said county, to the OF THE STATE OF FLORID 3H Smith Range 31: Font I I City of Okeecbobee i Trustees of the Internal Improvement exlatv of Henry T" Bass Jr., deceased
.*. I THIS! NOTICE II'T"! I.I1rtF.D!' In N>t of NEV, of NEV4 Sec. 13: Twp. : Fund'. Easement for road right ofiway late nf said county, to the county
County Judge of Okeechobee County By :MUtEL P RAfLERSOX, Agentfor compliance with! !Sections' !:M.12 and "T. "..cs.3S 200 feet wide will\ be reserved by judge] of Okeechobee Cousty' Florida
I Florida Trustees of the Internal Im. I I 2 1111: Florida Statutes 1941. ,I I I..its 1. 2. 3 "ind :3 to 10 Inc., BIlL said Trustees .from any parcel through within eight calendar months from
at his office In the provement Fund and for Board TUB PURCHASER. I. to pay the I 11. HIviTKld Park Addition 'valch the i .': ii the date of the first publication of

court house of said County at Okee I of Commlsiiloners of Everglades -ertliilng cost, tare II and 7. lllk 00 City. of Okee. i II cd'. .::0,i.- Ur 'nlr.e nI: this notice Each claim or demand
Drainage District. Okeiyhobee THE TIH' nES OF INTERNAL= ehohee a ';J'; i r nId' must lie In writing and must state the
chobee, Florida, within eight calen County Florida lMPKi\rME\T ITND reserve the Lot II. Blk. 252, City of Okeecho- 1 11 > .('r-d btis cl place nf residence and post office ad-
right to elect any and all bids lore ( CM,. -S.l ,. : ', .J. ,': dress of the claimant. and must be
dar months from the time of the NOTICE OF INTFNTIOV TO BY ORDER nf the Trustee of the I Lots 8. 10 and 11, Blk. 132, City of ,,IL' r>'s' .'< '. sworn to by tbe claimant bis agent,

first publication of this notice. Each' SFII. LANDNOTICE Internal! Improvement Fund. of the Okeechobee .I'r1eNn.. or his attorney or the same will be
IS HEREBY GIVEN that Slate o' Florida I Lots 7 to 10 inc lllk 133. City of |.i.t T. B:', .- ".'" OL ",>,'hoocc' I ('''me'nlll according to law.
claim or demand shall be in writing, piirnnnt to Section 13 (Iii I i banter MILLARD CAT.DWELL. Okeechobee Lot 1. 4 '. s in I !2. Elk. 11. This 2Sth day of September. 1943.HUNRY : .
ioflU, Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. Governor I Lit' 4. lllk 117 City of Okeechohee right's Tlr.t Add.I :!, SR.,
and shall state the place of residence end Section (17 Chapter 14717. Lawsof ATTEST : Lots 1 to 7 Inc ; SKj of NF-H NWnf nls .1 and 12. Ulk 70, City of Okee- Executor of the Estate Will and
and post office address of the Florida. Acts <>f 1911\ as amended'' F 0 mint.! SecTrnstiH's SHI, except UK R.\\' and thai ehohee Testament of Henry T. Bass, Jr.
by Section' 11, Chapter 200.13, Lnm of I. I. Fund I pint :.N of SAL Ity. Sec ".3 -30 Loll L. K and 0. Blk 252, City OfJ j Iicceaxed.I .

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