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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: May 28, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 28-Number 49 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 28, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Sitting In With I MRS. RECOVERING WM.; J. IIE DRY FROM News Of Our Boys, I RE\IS'. E.SPENDING M. C. DUNLIN THIS WEEK I Rodeo Will Begin Tomorrow With

RECENT' OPERATION; WITH FRIENDS HERE

The LawmakersAt I In Various Camps; I Street Parade Beginning At the
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i' Word has been received here that Rev. E, M. C. Dunkln of Palatka
Mrs. W J. Hendry is fast recovering I arrived in Okeechobee last Friday

Tallahassee( [1 performed from an at operation the Archibald that Memorial was- At Home & Abroad and Is his spending many friends.this week Rev here Dun-visiting City Hall At One O'clock P. M.

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Hospital at Thomasvllle Ga" many years -

By Russell Kay 1! Wednesday of last week. Mrs Do 'llng Watford left Monday Baptist paeacher in this; WOULD PROIIIBIT TilE All Is In readiness for the two-

(t'lurltll'| |'re,. .\..,,i.|Ulun| ) i Hendry was carried to the hospital morning to return to the army section and at the time of his retirement PUBLISHING OF TAX LISTS day Rodeo which opens here tomorrow -
While newspaper men covering I on Wednesday before and spent a training camp at Hartford, Conn., I moved to Palatka where with a street parade which
the Legislative session week there under observation before after spending ten days here with he makes his home
do not rate Every session of the legislature begins at 1 p. m. at the City Hall
the illustrious title of Honorable' I the operation. Mrs. Watford and his parents Mr Y there are folks who love the dark and proceeds to the rodeo grounds

and are not addressed as "the Gentleman I She expects to remain in the I and Mrs. Walter Watford Since Watson ThinksPrinters and try to get bills passed to kill at the old airport on the Basslnger
from so and so'. they nev I hospital another week Joining the armed forces DowltngI off all publication notice of delin road, where a fish dinner will 'be
ertheless enjoy numerous advan- I V I I has been placed in the auditing.'i quent taxes and other court mat (served by the Okeechobee Civic
tages. i I Miss Elizabeth Provence of department in which branch he : Club. The
I I GreedyI ters. They are trying It again this main rodeo perform-
The press table Is located Just to sonville, State WMU worker JaCk-j spent several months In the army session. The public pays scant attention ance will begin at 3 p, m
the right of the Speaker In the Tuesday for her home after 'training school but it would be to the The day will close with a square
spacious -conditioned House ing several days in Okeechobee at I 1 1 I I I I Caught red-handed trying to I I jropertyowners'<< advantage to learn dance at the American Legion Hall
chamber where they can see and the home of Mrs. B E. Alsobrook Herbert Nix arrived In Okeechobee sneak through the legislature a ho these fellows are who love the beginning at 9 o'clock Saturday

hear to best advantage Smoking Is -0- I Wednesday afternoon and is statutory revision law which would j dark and avoid dealing with them. night,
Mis W. D Shine of New Caanan, spending several days here with his i The second
permitted and pages who constantly have authorized him to have the I Leesburj Commercial.Information rodeo perfoimancewill
flit about the chamber will glad Conn. Is spending some time herewith j paients Mr and Mrs T. H, Nix 'I volume printed outside the state of -------V begin Sunday afternoon at 3
her mother Mrs. John Dun- : Herbert Is in the Navy and is stationed o'clock.
ly bring one a Coca-CoU at the Florida and at the same time ratify
snap of a finger. canon .1 at Vero Beach since his a contract for $30000 for editorial About Following Is the official program:

Gifts to lawmakers occur at frequent as smoothly and speedily as the graduation from the Naval Air work and setting 1233 pages of type 1 p. m. parade will form at City

intervals and are of every; Seaboard's "Silver Meteor", to pass School at Jacksonville.. (contrary to two State laws At- Ration Book 3 At Hall.
kind and character. "Oentlemen of I both House and Senate with little toinev General Watson stated to a Rodeo Events
Mr. and Mrs K E. Stello are in I
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the Press" are usually included among or no real opposition. After a weak Judiciary committee that the FlorIda Grand Entry I
the recipients, despite the etlurt to delay action In the House : receipt of a letter from their son printers were just greedy." Court House Wed.I 2. Introduction.
Carl Stello who is with the United .
3. Bull riding.
fact we have no 'vote'. Since the u went to a vote and was pa.'oSed' A few minutes later when the I
session opened we have received: by a large majority. George Inman i States Army and stationed in England bill's! provision for awarding the I 4. Horse Roping
In which he says he Is get- in Watson'sformer 5, Bare-back Drone Riding.
choice celery from Seminole county arose when it was all over and contract to a printer ;
grapefruit from Lake county giving a tobacco auctioneer's chant, ting along fine and that the coun- home state, Virginia was.ho'1. i Mrs J. M. Roe Community SerI I 5. Clown Act.
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:, wound where he Is located Is11eautlrul vice Member of the Rationing 7. ,
ry the committee after : Trick Roping /
Just
a product of the Poole Winery at bald: 'Scld to the Governor of n
Cleimont. honey from the State i bnda1'! Even opponents of the I dining this season of the ,Watson had, told the committee I Board of Okeechobee County, an I 8. Calf Roping

Beekeepers Association, pickled I call got a laugh out of that ear. The camp in which he is such a provision was not In the nounced today that arrangements I 9. Educated Horse Act by RedSlmp.on.
shrimp from Nassau county-gift of located Is near the city of London bill the attorney general I picked have been made for a registration .
find he says it takes him only a information post to be held in the 10. Saddle Bronc ,
Senator and Mrs. McArthur, cigars A bill to legalize slot machines liP his hat and left the committee I I Riding
ttw minutes to go to town when he office of the commissioners 11. Trick COW"
and cigarettes from OL'ES3 WHO and put a heavy tax on them is meeting without attempting to 1 county Riding by >vs and
oranges from Lake and Polk, and Lung given consideration by four wants to go, answer the quesVl ,n rising to the next Wednesday. June 2. from I 9 I Cowgirls.
an occasional important room jmmlttees Another bill to tax lips of all present a. in to 6 p m. 12. Bulldogging. "
number. punchboards or trade-boards is under Lieut Alton McMullen arrived The r mmlttee voted to require I Proper tilling out of the postcard I 13. Showing of Jesse DUm41 G'.
home' last week and Is spending the general to comply applications will save a tremendous Horses.
Invitations to this and that generally consideration. As sources of attorney I I
Include the "press". and among revenue, either of these bills is this week here with his parents, with Florida laws Just like anybody I amount ol confusion: and extra I 14. Jumping Act by Billy Keen.
those received since the session 1'romlslng Conservative estimates !.Mr. and Mrs I. N. McMullen. Lieut. I else is supposed to do and work for the local rationing board I I 15 Hors Races
McMullen Is in the radio department it a subsequent meeting Representative which would otherwise be called 9 p. m. Cowboy Barn Dance at
opened were a buffet supper indicate the play on punchboards i ihi I
of the United States Navy Hodws told the committee on to make adjustments and cor- Legion Hall
given by Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Williams this state is well over ten million has
at their delightful home. a dollars annually, and a tea ; stationed\ at Pensacola. He "we have slapped him down"In : lectlons later. I -----V--
been in the navy the past ten years this attempt to evade the general | No new books will be Issued to
upper at Spaghetti Joe's given by per cent tax should return around | "TheFTeeiT
Representative Joe Peeples of I a million. A stiff tax on slot ma- ; 'and says he likes- It.fine. laws "Now let's finish the (I those mailing In improperly filled ;

Glades, a reception at the Mansion chIne, would probably bring In''. and hill boys, and report it out" applications and the use of new
a picnic supper at the estate of even more-not that we need it I j Sollie Ellis spent Monday Wat on attepmted two years ago ; coupons will also be delajcd !i
in Okeechobee visiting In" Tues. ffite r
Senator LeRoy Collins a cocktail particularly, but politicians always Tuesday to sneak in a bill giving him authority Bring the application which
party at the home oj Secretary line! it nice to have around. '! friends and attending to business to to evade Chapter 283. i you received from the post officeor I
and dance Ha has lately been transferred l I'U Florida Statutes but was if you have not received one I -
Davis a party ,
given Ralph by the Tallahassee Democrat Speaker Richard Simpson pointed I he Army Air Base at Savannah, aught by Florida printers, who come and get one. One day only "The Fleet's In"111 be showed

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by The tpell.ker'Grtd"lMrs. iJTDlOW o In the Hour's opellliftgexpenses \ Calif Cadet (>olt friiitWf Studying WVilsonV tom!! lJnptlync1"letT not nellIect !- night! June 1st, and the proceeds
Simpson at The Grove', a during the first half of Stockton Field Christopher- son of 1 bill and several members of that 'i, this so that the new books from the show will be used for the
stag party at the country club staged I t Hie Cl1l'1 enl session and stated It | Clyde Stephen Belle OHde, committee made It so hot for the will not be delayed. I, benefit of the Okeechobee Lions
Mrs H. W. Johnson, I
by Senate President Philip Beall was made possible thru the emplojmem i attorney general! that he agreed The following; persona<< cannot Club.
f press supper honoring the dean o' fever attaches as well as I!I Fla, Is Officers a member and of Aviation a class of Cadets Stu- to revision of the bill taking out register for War Ration Book I As the title Implies, "The Fleet's
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of our group, Editor Willis Ball of seduction of printing and other ] from the Air the objectionable authority. Number 3m: In". is a nautical story one of gobson
the Tlme-Unian given b. Oovernl costs During the first 30 days ol I IT be graduated soon School nt However when the time came to 1 Persons In the armed forces leave and girls. Intersperoed

.' and Mrs Holland and a shrimp the previous session expenses were I]I fr"e Advanced California.Fixing 'unction under the new law last ''Afrny. Navy Mailnes Coast Guard with romance. songs music and

supper at the American Legion hall $74 223.00 while total expense of the j I II Stockton Field will be commls- simmer Watson disregarded the and military Women's Auxiliaries'' dancing and an abundance of en-
staged by the St John's County I present session for the same per-1 The graduates; in the mandate of the legislature and i, cannot register. tertaining comedy. It Is a story:
delegation lod total only $5291300 I ''pned( Second: Lieutenants the Supreme Court (On the Kud- How do boarders living with designed and produced to relieve
and will be
given !
I Air Force Reserve symbolic of ner case* and awarded a contractto t families to whom they are not related patrons of the strain and concern

The other evening Representative C')\(:'noi' Holland( signed the bill i i the coveted wings rating of pilot the Michie Company of Char- register? perpetrated by the dally (headlines.
Wotltsky the Governor's legis- I outlawing secret fraternities, soror- I the aeronautical active dutvIn lottesvlUe Vn It was this contract They make out a separate appli It is also a story which will send
lative representative Camp bell ties and similar organizations In They will be placed with on the Armv for $30000 for editorial work set- cation. the patrons home happy and humming -
Thomall and I were holding a lit- public schools. It vices not rUIec their new rank tins 1233 pages of type and print- Do family heads list family mem- .

tle bull session In front of the hotel institutions of higher learnuig but Air Forces. the final and advanced ini 50 sets that he sought to rail- bers living: away from the home I Dorothy Lamour and William
when a taxi drove up to emit provides penalties of suspension o. Before entering Stockton Field tin his 1943 bill in which he I household on their application? Holden head the cast she as the
Senator Shands of Gainesville I expulsion from public schools for course at completed 18 ilso sought( to extend indefinitely I ?.':>. Such persons must make a ,j dance hall entertainer who holds
Thornoll. recalling a remark the pupils 'who become members pledge' Cadet Christopher basic trainIng his ri
!Senator' had made a few days earl- to become member. Or solic.t membeishlp i weeks of primary and Taft Calif of the Florida laws. | unless they are only temporarilyaway I been dated by a sailor, and Holdenas
ier about cutting celery on his I on school grounds. County at Oxnard. and. 1 When the Attorney General purchased from home for 60 days or the shy gob who Is forced to

farm attempted to make conversa- 1: cho I boards are given full auth- i| who was formerly Volume I of Revised Sta- less Only related persons actually publicly court her so that his shIpmates -
ton with the Inquiry lave you orlty to enforce the act. Mrs. Christopher Alsobrook. tu'es two years ago he required living In the same household. may win a bet. Eddie Bracken
started cuttln? that celery yet I Miss Mary Lee and will that title and ownership of the I If two or more related families a featured player remembered
Senator? Shands, who bad Just The House Bill designed to regulate ended the graduation with her mis- t>pe metal used bo held by thecttate live at one address but maintain for his portrayal in "Caughto the
Com to racketeering remall In Callcornli This was provided for so households, how do they
and
come from an Appropriations labor put n stop separate Draft" and other Paramount piesentations -
mittee meeUig with his mind on which would have prevented band that on future reprints the success- register? returns again in a supporting
budgets snapped back "Heck no the sal of working permits (''01.1 FCTOR !sns V JUNE 15 'tr contractor would have no ad- A separate registration blank I role from which he extracts -
you know you can cut SALARIES!" outlawed the 'closed shop" _and required : j I INS.\LLMENT OF INCOME: vantage over other bidders. The i should be filled out for each house-1 I the utmost and time and
unions to file financial TAX IUS TO BE PAID Attorney General was asked by the i. hold. j again steals many of the scenes
If an innocent bystander were to I statements with the Secretary of committee who owned the type on Mow much postage U needed to from the Mars.

drift into either the House or Senate State, found no favor In the Sen- Jacksonville, Fla., May 21 1943. the new proposed Volume II and he | mall applications I The remainder of the cast, which
chambers and not know where '*'e which tossed the House ml'as-I I Okeechobee News, answered that the State owned i( A 3-cent stamp if you live outsidethe for the most part has been garner-

he was, he'd probably figure he was ure in the ash-can and wrote Its : Okeechobee, Fla.. the same.. This statement was I city in which your State Mail- edfrom- the contemporary vaude-
attending either a meeting of welfare own version-which is much more i'I Dear Editor: hallenged It was proven to be i( Ing Center Is located, as shown on ville and entertainment stages
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workers or a Townsend convention lenient and even If passed would 1 I I have received numerous Inqulr- prong when a copy of the contract ]' (the, application card. A 2-cent throughout the country Includes
No matter what kind of I fall 'nr short of curbing he evils lies as to whether or not the June between the Attorney General and stamp If you live In the city where Betty Hutton, who has gained
a bill is under discussion\ debate I I :it: which such legislation is aimed; i 15th Installment of the 1942 Income the Virginia firm was produced. I your mailing center is located I some prominence as the Jitterbug-
never gets very far ,before some guy It is very doubtful that the House Tax must be paid in view of the The contract stated clearly that I When should applications .be singer-comedienne of the Boa\ Hope
Jumps up on his hind feet and !i I will concur on the new Senate Bill I I legislation now before congress I, the type belonged to the Virginia mailed? Pepsodent radio show; Cuss Daley,
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starts talkln' about the old people, I 1 I and Indications are that the session therefore, wish to advise that under company-not the State They must be mailed between a favorite of the New York Para-
the blind and the dependent children I will end with no action taken I the provisions of the various Pay-I .V June 1 and June 10 ;i; mount's stage and exponent of

I I As-You-Go plans now under consideration Mrs Bill Bowden of South Bay When will people get their new I i I comic musical renditions, and the
Representative Perry' Murray of By a vote of 51 to 19. the Hnttse{ by Congress the March spent Saturday and Sunday in ration books? I!i long and lanky Oil Lamb whose
with It last week 1 slapped down an effoitof I Okeechobee with Mr. and Mrs. of books will begin June
Polk got so fed up vigorously 15th and June 15th quarterly pay-I,!i Mailing ministrations bring many laughs
that he Urged his colleagues to quit the State Welfare Board to ex- meats must be made. I j i I Basil: Bowden, 20. You may not receive yours from the audience. Also worthy of
taking up co much time making I I pand its supervision and control You are further advised that the I I Ii -o- until August 1. i I mention Is the dance team of LorI -
campaign speeches and get down I 1:' over boarding homes for the aged bills are now being prepared in my i 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker an- How do travelers with no permanent I I ralne and Rogan presenting a comic
to earth with their remarkS. If all and blind. Representative Martinof office for the June 15th paymentand nounce the arrival of a nine pound : address fill out application Interpretation of modern ballroom -
the yards uttered on behalf of the I'I Hlllsboro, opposing it, termed will ,be in the malls between I boy that was born Wednesday of I blanks dancing
"od folks" since the session began the measure "just another bill to: now and June 1st Taxpayers are'l I j last week at the Fort Pierce hos- I Fill out an application blank giving V

could be transformed Into dollars$200, I 1 Increase operating expenses of the herefore, requested to give this 1 pital. a general delivery address for ', Miss Sadie Sanders, who Is employed -
Townsend's Board and employ more -0- within the state. Books
It would make Dr. Welfare matter their immediate attentionand ''i some city '
D. 0., arrived
Washington
in ,
a month look like a mere pittance.No I I! Inspectors: ,, supervisors and busybodies upon receipt of their bills make I Mr and Mrs Gilbert Culbreth i applied for In one state cannot be home Monday and Is spend.
one really expects to DO anything to go around and investigate prompt remittance. I want to emphasize sent Tuesday of this week In West I mailed to another. vacation here with
about the oldsters, but like I he old folks and spend money that the fact that the Palm Beach where Mr. Culbreth How do people<< who plan to move tag a two weeks
to remit-I I I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker. Jr,
the weather, they are something ,-houlcl be going directly to the relief tance should be attached attended to business. apply for the new ration books? I and other relatives and friends.
: of the oldsters guarantee Put your new address on the application -
talk about. '.111 In order to proper -0- -o-
of all came Representative Avrlett of Hamilton I ,blank unless you are moving I
Emptiest gesture was under I resolution calling ] credit.I I' "The Fleet's In", featuring Dor- to another If i Mrs. B E. Alsobrook has return:4
cigarette tax Introduced a information from one state -
when the I feel that the above Lamour will be shown at theCllbert home here after spendmy
othy to her
Senator -
and investigation of the out of the state,
In the Senate for a legislative, all readers are moving
to
hc'wlon 1 's of Interest your Theatre Jun. 1 for benefit you two weeks in Tallahassee where
that everyoneover Welfare Law and its .admlnIst'ation not sure of your new address .1
Cllett urged State giving or are
will appreciate your
exempt whether the and I the Lions Club of Okeechobee, later. she went to take a course In Nursery
of age be to determine I possible to make application
65 years as much publicity as I School work at the Florida
from the tax Senator Sturgis basic law is wrong or the presentlaw V Be sure that some responsible I
nearly! sprained an ankle hoppingout is not being administered economically I same.Thanking you for your cooperation More than ever, people driving person In each household does the State College for Women.

of his seat to Inquire if It was and efficiently Other I am.I or walking should be on the alert following:
going to be necessary for everybodyto Welfare Board bills, designed to increase \- Sincerely, against accidents. People have be- 1. Secures an application be- I lines on the bottom part of the ap-

present a birth certificate when the agency's power and JOHN L. FANS, Collector come careless of each other, and tween May 20 and June 40. "Ucatlon the names of all persona
making purchase of a package of scope of operations, are coming up, V 4s a result 'many have .been killedor 2. Tears off and keeps the "stub" ) In the household who are entitledto
cigarettes. I and while these have passed the Mrs. W. H. Russell has returnedto Injured, all of which could be which contains the serial number Ration Book Number 3.

Senate, the House seems Inclined her home here after spending a prevented if people would Just 3. Prints all names and addres- I 5. Signs the application -
The Governor's cigarette tax bill to turn "thumbs down" on them week visiting relatives and friendsat think. -. Asher Frank, Director of eel on the application. 4. Malls the application before

traveled thru legislative channels all Live Oak. the Florida Safety Council. 4. Includes on the numbered, midnight June 10. .


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PACK TWO TOT OUXCBOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943

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NOTICENOTICE t ....Laud I IN THE CIRCUIT COt'RT NOTICE! OF
of See. Twp. Bre. Ac,. Owner Tax. &CoIIKEAT st NINTH JIDICAAI CIRCUIT AM'LKATIO.N toll TAX DEED

1.\h tPI: 1/11 0' pi 0' 'one. OK FLORIDA Laws of 1 :.I3Nolle
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described tends will be I.H"II ('0. 8/D of IN AND FOR OKhECHOBKE: la InTul.v ylveii that Rosa
old at public auction on the First day of June, A. I). 104.1. at the CourtHouse ,' Lake Front lul... 31 88 80 COUNTY E. IHirrnnc, holler:: of Tax .('p .
the County of Okeecbohee. State of Florida, to pay the amount due Bitt IN rilAStHtY: ate No 21 J, IKIIIIM! the nth dllYI'

for taxes herein set oppoalt* to the some, together with all coat of such sale Lot 23 __--_..... :! Arthur Rrlrhana ............ ,113 No. MO July, A. D. 11)1(1( Inn tiled mine
and advertlalnit. Said sale to begin at 12 o'clock Noon. : Lot 13 __-_...... 4 C. M, Jlo'hely ................ .I'. CITY OK OKEBi HOBEE. a In my office ; Iou made, application
Deacrlptlon Amount of lots 1, 2. 8 ...... 8 V. G. B'Ancb ...._......._ 1.07 : ..I f.l rorrfA.tbe for a Tax Deed tn be Issued thereon,
of land Sec. Twp. lige. Acr. Owner Tae A Cost (./'iEK: 111.III.AND1, 11/0 0'IS State Said Certificate pmbrncea, the foliiwlnadeacrlbed
TVU nf KIof !,!, H.c 0, 19 of 14K 31 311 Petitioner NOTICE property In the County of
NW'J .._.. 1 31 2m: .\, ..Tri. Schmidt ......____n....1 2.sa Bik Okeeehobee State of Florida tu-wltl I
W L4 nr. NEW" __.. 4 31: :12 71lltO: A IlofTmnn ._.............. 431 1 'Lot 2) __ ... 4 n.b'rl F. R'niker .......... .71 THE STAn OF PI.OIUDA. Beg 2IM: ft N of Hi I IS cor of Sec.
fr.Vi': ._..--. 83 32 Anton T. Schmidt ............ SM Itch. 1 end :2 .h_ 21 Ida It llnnnah But _......_ .11 Defendant 21, run \V SHI) ft N liK ft E ..tillft
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NF" of NE:% Lots 5 and 6 __.. M TAXPAYERS A.'D CITIZKNS 8
J. E. Glues. ... .71
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l' ot -,. -of J.nl :: .__.__...... 011 II, I. BII.o _....__._._ ,71 PI.OItlDA, AND ALL The aK.eaiini-iit of nald property
E'4 ... _... ::11) 31: 32 40 R. E Bna .-. 2'S l.fs-1 anI! :I .... 'ft J. F.. OIA" .71 O'I'IIEItS IT MAY CONCERN.Plciiie under "nlcl Ccrtlllcnte lnancd was It)
NW1,4 ot IIW Ii.. 21 8'2: 41 ,tnnti>* A Trvln Thomaa .... 2 IM I Lots 21 and 22: .. 14 ugh V. Oragsu------------- ,.50I'ETFK tnkp nut lrr that a petition the nnme of llimpv I'hi'rlrr.1'nless .
ham been fllod In the Circuit Court of anlil CirllHcatn ahnll be redeemed
.t R.tl'LERSON: HIP 41t1I0YI the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida according to law, iiropertydcacrlbed

Lot fI _"-._n_.' 2'' 31 12 2ft Chas. E. Ilidlowa --..--. 1 W nF. I .lull 1 end 1 ao 31 31\ lu slid fur Okoecbuhee County, for the therein shall be aold to the
'. ntiF.'i __ 11 :33 3., 40 Tllllo Yates n__.....__....-. 22SO I.oto t, 2. 3. E34of purpose of obtantna a decree of mild highest bidder at the Courthouse door
Lora .,2 .. 4 34 11: 40 IV. R.drll' .- 22: I lot 3J _.._.. :2.I Oon. \I. Tyson, Kat. ...__. 8414! Court vnlldntliiK nod conflrmlni CITY on the first Moodily In the month of
I ..I 12 ............ n 14 8., 20 Nnthnn Holinra .............. 1 21) hFCIIOISEE CITY OP OKKIIrllimEK" KLOKIDA HE lane. inn: nhlih la the 7th ,dnv of
1..1 14 ....... .... 1"" 34 :11: 20 Mollv Ilnnk .- 121)D : Blk. Kl'NDINO BONDS; IIISI'E OF 19IJ, to June, 1043Dated : .
1 ..I 12 ...... _.. lq 14fll 31SI: 2f It. prrenhniigh .........__. 1 20) 1.0------------- :2 nllrhnrn1101'r _._.......... .00 he dated January 1. 1912) In the prln' thin 7th day of May, 1941.I : .
1)a 211) and :30 :22 40 T'nknnwn ... 2 2* 1.01'' 1 10 4 Inc.. t4 J. E. Chose t.oo et 1,11 Hinonnt of 4Oe.T,947)4" $. aiihdlvlded I I ROY L. UAI'LEKION
Lot II "-_.._u.-_. 2:1: at .11 20 If M 1. \Vllllnm .............. 1.211) Lot 2B ....-.--..- 116 \\". T. Dunne------------------ .M Into two ((2)) aerlea na follows: 41ff,' 1 Clerk Circuit Court of
101 11 ...___.. 2' 14SI 11 2ft2ft T'nknnvn. .---.....--. 1 0 9 J.ot 9)1 .......... 42 Will II11llhpo "lIE" ..._.__ 1.2' 111.101: ftnrlia' A, Bonda and fJIIS.312X1: Okceiholiee. County Florida
1..1 U ...._..._. 2J: :1.1: fnknovn 1 J Lots I olld 2 ..__ 4" C, C. Buyklu _...__.._ ..fllII.nt ) I Rerlea B Ilondt, aa fully diacrlbcd In 1 By Snphronln Peaue, P. CI .
1 01 10 _._ 27 33 2ft2ft C. C. Bone 120 1 -____--..... 16 I'nkllown .__..._...........__ .66 miUl I iictltlon for \nlldntlnii' : and that
v 4 nuns of lY+,4of Lots 3 and 4 __._.. 00 11. F. 1I"OIla. Est _.....____.. 1 ::1', the I: Miinornblp: I A I) Kiinuer: one :olth i I, NOTICE OF
lot 21 _..._. 2q 14 S.1 4 ('iarr'nrs E Ilnbbard ..._._. .n' J.ol 12 ..._....... 112 Fred II. Ool'er,' ....._......_ .: @ .Tiidena nf sold Court has 'IMUIM) UTLICATION t'lIIlr..\\ DEED
1.01 M u._____.. 21 14 11 q"mud; IIrinlo ____ ......__.. 120 lot 10 ___nn_ 139 f1. n. I'IIom' ._. ... 2.01) ID order requiring that ratios hp tMVi of 1919
I...t 112 ._..._..__ 20 34 11 20 T.vrtln M Grrhs'1 20 Lots :3 end 6 _... 103 W. Y. k Norma Padrlck.... 23.7 shown If any them IIP, In thn Court I Notice I la 'lierehv fflrcn that itnsaC
I 01 __.. __u.. AI 9{ 11 2ft R p. O W. Volk ........ 12fl Lot 10 _h..._.__ 1111I \Iu. I). A. hnorcJ ..... 2", honap at Ft. Pierce, Flnrldn at t1 :4\: IE. liurrance holilor nf Inx Certificate
1 ,nt fn1 ._. .__. ...__ A2 A{ 31 20 T'nknnwn. -.--....-....---- 12fl J.ot I _____....... 173 Mrs. W. It Terrell, Eat .... !II n'rloik A. M nn the 2nd day nf June C No. 119, Issued, lie :Iril day of
1.0t T _...____.___ 14 34 81 211 Tnknown ..-.--.-_..___....__ J 21'n 1.01. 1 to 6 Ine.. 111 T'nknown ...__.._....... 4.2' .\. D. 1911: why sold 1 honda shall not .1,1)', A 1' ID'i'l:!! and 'ln\ Certlflent\
V.I 13 .. -........ :\1 34 31 2ft n Wlntern .." _._.n"" 1 20: 1.01 :2 I .._..__._.. 200 f. 8. 1'urbyflll, Eat tin validated and confirmed" h)' decrco \o. 1D7, Issued the nth day of AUK-
I "I ::14 .......__. 2 31 11 2ft2ft II. 1. Cnhnnn -- .-.--....-.-- 12D lots 3 and 6 .... 21t C. A. Reeve ......._........ 161 of mild' (Court and von are herch\ nut, A I. 1C ID, has tiled same
I 01 1.-_._.. 2 31 31 F! 1. Cahonn _____.._..._..__ 12n Iota 1 itnd Ii __.. 2:0 I'nknown ___....._.._....__ .. 1.01 notified tn show cauae If allY vou In im office hna madi appllcatloi'
1..1 1:1: : .\ 33 20 A. I.angherat __._........ 1211)) lots 1 and 2 .___ 2'10 I'nknll"'n .....___._..___.___. 161 bare, at the time and glare aneclncd. a 'lax Deed tn be l aupd thereon
WI" nt l.nl n. In lot 3 _h.____.... 230 T'nknown .._....._____....... .Dn In said order, whit until bond ahonld, ,) Cprtlflcntoi. embrace the following
I.nl 2q ..____.. II 11: s.1 !1ft F. IT mil __..._ -..__....._ 5 W Lot 4 ___ _.241 T'lIknnwn .._. _. .3i, not he validated and confirmed! i'i'r.. property In the County ot
I nt 112 ...._- II :31 11: 20 \ r llllirendrnff --....--.... ;."II 1 ota n, 7 fuel A .. l'nknown .. ... 1 n Thl nntlce shall be pnhllNhed In the ... .'. State of Flnrlda, to.wlf
10) 4 __''''''.0.'''' t 31 11 20 W. H, Bradley ---........... 12'i I lot 10 ._ :_.-.- m T'nknown: :::::::::::::::::::: .56: Okeechnhce News, a iiPWMpopcr published 8 "i of SE'/i of MV4 of $E'4
I.nt 311.. __..__ 0 31 33 20 Unknown ._.......??....... 1211! Luis 3 .nel 4 _... 240 M. M. Ma, .................. I In Okeechnlipp, Flnrldn. once I slid S\V'j' of SEVi nf sK'4. Si Lnt 2. itGrsely "OI'TIl OKEtl'1I0IlEE: each week for three ((3): cimnecntlveweeka ', 29. Twp, :.17, Itffe :11, Contnlnlnir
R') ___. .\ f Tllleondroff ..........._ 1.M) : )..Pof Inla 4 I II 1 Rnlpb) Bond "liE" ..__...... 2.311"ot'TII prior to Raid hearing. the first 1)H' ncrea
Lot 21' .__ n 11.IS 11 2ftin o n. Blnnchnrd ............ 1W) publication thereof tn be nt le tplEhteen "
Jl:1.I: nt lot 13 _._. 11 : 11 T.. ,T pn.le'' .) \\ EST ..tIDITIONLM d8) dnra prior to the dntenf "Lola 4 anti 1 Hlk 00. t'IlY ofOkeechohee
Tot. A. 4. 13 I II 17 11II': fft' E. ft. Weaver"--.2<1Thnnna N .... 12 Mrs E. p. Tllinm .. ...... .11 sold hearing .
Lots M1 hod 8 .... It M E. OIonka .....,........... ..7)li ) Wltncxa m\ hand and the official The iiHacaiimeiit of sold properbv
"
Rte5)NGFR PtRK
/Dof
\SN 8/D of1'le seal of sold Cninl lit Okeechnbee.Flnrldn under stilt ('p,1enle.\ la.ned wan In
lots 11 Jt 11 31 iRRik.
12 ::0. \ or I'IF.4' ofNE' tblo nth dar of May A. P the name nf H E. Bcnila Ent:

l.n" 2$ amt 211 .. Slmma ...... .711 ....._..__ 1\: 3T 8\: 1941: I'nlea side Certlflcatea shall be re.
1'1 2 1 f'nkno'n .._................. .7n Blk ROY n luriEH'sov: deemed according to law property de-
1 n.--. 1n f f. VcTtne ...._..- 70 loto :22 and 23 __ e Iris Kollnll "JlE" ........._. 1.0 Clerk of the Clrnilt Court 'ncrlbed therein shall be sold to the
I 1..1 30 _.. .. In Ono Fanlk 70 "t'TI"II I'I'F.0 or Ninth .Tndlilal' Circuit' of highest bidder at the Courthouse door
I nil 20 nod M ._ 12 rilfford ........-..... jo "FFl0L f I'F.I' 0' Flnrlda' In nnd for Otter on the flrnt Mnndav In the month of
1..1' 0. :11 & 32. l' t'nknnwn ................... .7 0T..I ; & E ofEI. ehuh.11I1'. ,June 1U41, which 1 la the 7th day of
'
1 .._ .. .n n2 3\: :IJI 20 W. K.Ilael) H. M Statord 120 S..f. W (Circuit Court Sent I June 1943Dnted '
F' '. of SE'I fI'F.II K Ity 13 ::11 85Iot : T. W Cnnelv I ,7rCoiinncl thin Ath day of Mnv. 194,1.

: ....... ... U 415 33 20 Carl Rloan __-..... ._......._ UII 7' .---.-:::::: 1 T'nkno'o ..- ......_.._ c0 for: Petitioner; Nay 71t21 I tOY R. RACLBftSON.
11IIIF.4 101 1/1/ __.._...._ t J. 1'. IhgAn "IIE" ......_. 10"" Clerk of 1FlorideC
\I' :
( Fllllt VNFC41'ECT1ON /"
.f ot I.ot 2 .. ......_. 4 Wlllh TA'lor .._...._........ ..4141I Send The News to friends I Okeechnhp County,
: : AI 811 413Rlk.
\E4 ,(.t 17 ___. _h". 4 .kddlo Whlh' "II E" ........__ 1.0'Lot C By Sophroiiln 1'enie. 1>. C,

I I.nt. 112 our! 413: a Oliver! Klllann ___-........_. I.41 4 ____....-.__ B II. H. -i.wklk ......._...... ,54 --
n.,.. NW tn' ofsVfl' \11111,111' \ II B\M'I ."""TlOS .
,. ran R: 429ft sIn of SW'4 of
s 4)0 I V lit SE'4' 0' :.B" 19 31 8ft asri-
421) ft, N {;)h\. A' A' 8\: 11 Cart lnein ....__.. 111V Lots 11 and 12.. B Ada hilfrholl Est ...... ..90iotm '
1 nr 11 .:. 11 A' 3t 20 \ T. Dewltf ----.--........ 1 20A 3 and II _... D Walter NTrKrnxl0 iIE" ...... III' From where I sit : .
..I. 21 n"ntl 22 ._ 11 8' 414 4" Tl. Ponnl _.._............ :l2' Lasts 21 and 22.... F. Lumiss White "HE" .......... 102 ..
1:4, al lot 21 2' 8' 414 10Tnd'lln.. P. Henry _........ <-nrnknntin \11.1\11.\1' ADDITION 'lIP 0'W'I.
l..t 10\...___.__._ 90Nlw 11\: lit 2f' .__.--.............. 120rhim .r N E'4 ntnf .. .
SE'4 .... .. n 31 3\: 7 -
: ""'IHITI.0 1
'f. F.'i.of'VTTID1RFF A4W'1 II All At Lot Itl3FI------------t 8 Ed O.'IU.n .-........_....... lAR .

1..1. 11 SEC' Art"A i'+ RJtt.III (rand, ............___. . In _n" 31 83S : t \ /." tTr..a nr"tl
I 0)r I. 2 n,1I1 3 h on Snpbln' rhrl.ti>nann ....._.._. .Ii' 05 I't icf lot 7._ H I'. I'. Evan ._...._........... 314
I nra t2 III 1) Inr. 8'1 FAY Itobrrt .............___.. Lots 7. N. 0 .... :22 'lIkno'Tn ..................__ .711
T ers 414 In 1.1 'Inc 311 T'nknnvn ...... .... .....u" .3rI'ti hors 1 10 1.'! Inc __ 23 l'nknlt..n ..........._..._.._. ..70OEEE4ITOIEIS
tT.O"lfJST: : : CO'NSD
'I ot r F'. fI'
RR: M 1n 1 o' of port GOTt
1'2'1: \ fnknnwn
lot A ....__. 22 31 3" '
u. Bill tlioome'rilivporttha:
ot fit Burry wa i ron
,
EI'I .NEf4__ ..... : a 49 n 2n Pnknnnn ..._-__.__....... 131 1..1. I 10 2t Ine.. J nkllu1I'1I ......____....__..._ 1 ntI"i of War Information made
O..e
I tnr the last a.1 I .
or .,. 1 to : war : \ a

\t'T1 rapt flit SW41 III' 1141 M n 't7 11. P nolmcn --....... ..-- 411rnknwn \1(loss' (.1.lore\'""Ii',X.k \1I1'ITlO.12 Q l'n k 111)1\'a ___................. 1.31 T r-ys used to do when they got and read him this: "The Tact that
I '
I' ; fit S11: k'r'1
;
ot 'v.1% 4 u Rt; 1211 ............. A 20 In --...--- ----.- 22 31 35 a 4u1 lough. there U vastly lesn drinking;
><":10n' 111'1: __e' 4 lit 8' 41) E W. !"panldlne' 2 I1)tlntph Luis 6 flue 0 ._._ A r. l'. Evalll _.........-....... 1.10 among soldiers In tills war may
"F.10 0' NWI4 11) M 3' 4U) ) Pnln. 219 DKOR'I11M0 ADDITION "We weren't a hard-drlnking
4. .,.,.t 11'10 3 soil 4 tn -.- -- .---, 22 31 30'I stem in port from the sale of
bunch but that
l.fllo T 11Vltltllr's __ \ICLanghlhl Fret ... 7.40 I! particularly, was
A F.'{, ot """i; 11 IU 35 1'11 True Mvrna Chllwond .. ... 001 : and AI7 beer I..
"'1111. nt QE'4 _. 14 ftt 3140 T'nknnwn. u.............. 210F \ TIIIII" tIDITIONI.nrnti in Prohibition," said Bill, "and

:'j n' !SE"' : Vt, d.. .III.. lOll' .1 22 AT 81lnt forfc-ddcn) : fruit always miwrth From where I sit, It certainly
..r I'IF.V' SE': 22 ftl 33 r.n "'. D. "obr _..._. .__.._.. H --- ..
of
,
\11'4 ________... 1 M 419 100 rnknnwn. _____nn.__..__ 1 's 12 ... _____. (nlrll I 1\-right ................ 1... gain' after. We'd hunt up doesn't look as if we had to
INI'LTTPD 1.\D5
OkIf 11I11. F. PT. \7'.I.... .....- .:". "ef VII of a hOllcg.'r: which was easy, worry about our boys. \Va
..I 1Q, nlk 1:3 _, Mn S. rhnmpncrnfi ......- 1.11Mlrc 1i"1 .t SI4'' 15 37 31 M. J.. IIIhle' ._._..__...... ,91) learned our lesson in the last
.Ft n' NWI1 fir lot I iyLRI 1 ant buy a bottle.

"F.'I .. ___ __ D 117 3JI 1'1' C t1'nllru' 11' \ ..f Okrrrhn- war, and I'm glad to sea we're
SI" of IIF.'l'" hr. AI' _- ___: :1 37 3' 2 .1. A. n"ulth v ..__ .__..... 1.2" "Po Instead of a beer or two, '
;NW1 t E n' FI':(' Govt 1 less wrll-I fii'-ss: we generally drank on the r'sht! track now.

H)' ._. __.__.__ II 117 JIll 111 T'nlinnwn .................... 114 RR 1\\ _- _---- 22 .7 M 20,4 l'nknown .._.....__.......... 1.1',
"I. nt "1'1': nf Govt I..' II P"'I,1 too much! wonder what the 17
')WI/i ref T.I ; \I :\T 141 11 T'nknnvn .......- .Bf 'r".k H/W nn,1 boys are doing this time?" (l., 'i
\Lli: nt III.:', ofF that hurt W lit '
"'" 'I tit r F.f'Ity f''k I InrlI",1 O"
....__-..._. 0 e7 131) T'bknown .................... 141' In (','meal I'ork 22 31 33 II." T'nklloan .__...________.._.._ 1.59 f

_ \ of4FP:(' RIr _._r._ II A1 81! r 1'1. T-qknonn __.....*..-..-...!..... Ill' nI""IFJ AI.OrIt: TT''r ('o .F.'Tnn. oof a Striei (4' rf6 '.!, K1J, CreiMngIndustry Foundation
of ''i't) ft' OKIW'lIon.:.: t'OoTY.; FLOIIW.\ )

F'cFi'i' .-'." .-4_.:: 12 R413 1n Carl P. Walker .............. 111rnknrwn -r-. -- ;- -- -
1 of X)11, ____ H 1\1 A1 FO ....__.............- 4.Rnrnknown Niri( f. nt'r \\ ...\1.):
"I.e. n.fp':'1 _. 14 ft7 R1 4A .....___._....._-_' 2 ,10 For llrlllHiui lUlj I.1rrgludrr' --- -
of V 11'.4 __ 14 R f 11ft JiO t'nknonn .......... ... _... 4..VI'nknnnn liriilnuire |ii''riil 'luNullci \.-. I
.N't ; nr SW' bCf U ile'rrhy Ul\i Hint nil
:'\ "' ,; ..t H:'., lamia lfllniiifiit mi Jiuia tat, \lIJfllr:

SI"' ; -_.- 14 1\1' 11ft 1111 ( ____................ 354 nun IIIIMIIIMII of i\vi uliidK |ir.liuiK
1i1 of llFo'1 ofFi4 ) i|>trlii insia for the \i ... : __ .- __ IT AT M f0 Jim II,don "n E" ._....._.. IM Much I MM.ri oi' ,ro IIIHlio' aP.'rrsnly,
"W' TN IT 811 111II P. ... Qnlnn _.. ___n._._.-_ 1ft.w nnv' the, nui'iiiiit diif lor tn\i on) ail'1liinda
"" ':' n' 'lF.: nr for anlil >cnr, together with tliroHtii TO LANDOWNERS
...EI/. __ 21 :IT iIII 111 of wile ajiirltlHil In the ,"" a
\I1" ot XlVi' n' R, !tlkdnn __........_..... T.lo go'.rair mill UlHtrlctT will be ."It!
NI'.4 ........., 2D n 811 111 W. .T. Opmp"I at ,I'lililk aunloii beg lu tdli4 ill \lui>ivi<
"e n' XW'n o'ploi'k nuiin on the Irtt) day uf .limr, ,, In Everglades Drainage

'lW'4: "r IIW'4 2BT! RII 1\ Roliort K. Pent ._. ........... ..SflJ. IIHAI:I the flout door of the Court ,
'w14'w14 or SE'1 PRe Ilnuni' In the ('II y of Ok'eclteel'P1"lorlda
lilt II 'I\' :21 :IT 11II IT Kophln P. MOM .._......... 2 :10 I und miitlniilntf until mull. .ul!
s' fit SEI-i nt"W'I It ell".It.t.,1. DistrictTHIS
'crept n A i IIHUllvtf|, I his) of ttlllll )ll>lllllIIIMltInnilH |

n n/w ...... 211 417 116 ItJ f.. Moran .........._..... IMF IN nvHllnl.li' for pnliiti Inaixi, 'tlondurluic
.;",'1 I, t II .. rn Vnubiick .._......._... 159' the bnrn'aa bouu lit the olllio)
\ +.. nt IIW'4 ofNwtl of the In* ( '.,III'rl"r lor the Count;'
; ot '" W'4IT: It! 11II II C. TT ChllllnfuworthT ......._ 1.21\\ Of OIH...lllllHIIII the C'lllllt IIOIIHI- III
)It. 1'1 .II. II ofV Okei-i'holii'e, rioilcln, und ln<|iilrli>a aatn
this In nil" Inclmlud, In sold (Icllnqiniil -
\I' rnr IIPr 2", NOTICE IS FOR YOUR
list liv mull or by ti'lerihouc
II 1:1'tt
10
31'1'I".. Fn.IPrl: IInI or In person, durlMK. lou.III"'.K lioin-, PROTECTIONThe
oil)
\ 'I. 755 ft l'I will In full> nol\ "-..>d b.the. I

C'::1t.. : ot. \\S'v' Tie ofE' tr 211 417 311 s4ti .. t. Carlton ...... .--....._ 2.SI of rule 1i1.ltI.I'I'H'I"'nt, Collector: .! I.\S.

... / Tax Collector of OkpMliiilii'
1111)4
.r SI'i.. :211 It! 1III'\i "'m. \f.l1n.,1I. ""11"" "i1"*1i\ 132 ---County- rinrlduMITKI ---- --
"C X '4o' -: OF Everglades Act Which Became Law

"\' ::"4of SEt/f' nt 2 r 3M 1:12: .U'I'I.I\l'Iu"\ I OK 'r.\\ 1IKH> June 1941 Contains the Following
11I''it Wm. Monuaaell 'HE" ((1943) o, :
"' :oil:, ii 1-- of Lows Uf 1011:

u:"} ..r :IA lIT 811 II .7. W. Polaon "HC" ......_. I I IITno I).;NotUiU Brett, I holdor h"rchtihen of Till (Hint' 'rlll10 'Joke"'''. Pi PrOVI:5lOn-:
:\ :II:! nt NW'6
"r, II W :-' l.'H' to Hill\ Inc. iHMiii'd, the :iril I

... J.4 ....____ 2B lIT 11II a1 .,,"tln Retnla ......___. 1.M day of July' A. P. 11)11):\ her filed amirIn
WI mf SWil, ofNWIS :: my :mfl'h'! '' .th ::/ |; ::: : :;:<

\ ._ .._. ::11I liT IJII.. T'nkunwn ..._...........__.. tun for n Iilrl lflrtitrr! ,tmlrtnrnaIhrlfollmtlui l I >
..c !''IIpnr of di-acrlljpil Paid proper In the Counfx iokn SECTION 15 U( J This section hall remain in

1'1'' :, of11V44oO <(>holiii', stutp of Plorliln' tow'li full force and effect for two ((2 ) ,= from the
yai
>< : 1, of 1'n11,4."III All Ploikii 1 to 4 1ne,1 leas lots
Nel( ft. 11 anil 12 Blk 1. Scnilnoli' I'ark' date this Act shall become n law and at the
._11 yda. N 400 of
"w.' |II M 1.1.I." f K'j ofE': :
tl'I' W..t :22))1yyds.) .' :20 lIT till 8 M. T. Renrdon .__., ...._.'. Jill 8.N 1\\'l4 nf Sec ill. "WI"| ::17. litfi I .expiration of such two ((2)) years period then the

'I.1::44 II .t lion' 'I'IIP n.m amuiMil of mild' (irnpirinndir fee simple title to all land* n.inst which there
"".k )1 T. .._._. III n 11II 21 .7. T. fleneock .....___ ....._ *..n2fnknnwn wild VrilnVntP l'mii-l ants I I' ;;;
C. 0' SE 4 nt'WL the IHIIIIO of I'nrrlp I K, McNelll.; remains outstanding such tax sale certificates
.. _... 31 lit 811 20 ....._.......-. ___e. >..24M l's l'sm, mild, Cirillldito ahull b"- iiliHniPil I any ,

1" "a fes ot"Phlll Tot g0etsldr fit 'iciordlnir Ihi-riln uliiill to law IIP ,anld tiropeiHilcwrllicd to Hi, I or tax liens, shall become absolutely vested in the

1I"'onll, I I 0 n" hl"h..1 l lil.Mi'r nt the ,Conrthnu d'ion .'. Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
,In 144'P. IT nn,1 III III 311 10 n. I.laht.sy ___..___..__ 2.14 the It rat Monday In tlm month I

\ .'f till Sr.1 ft .t lIt N\V4!NEI ( .Tone.Juno li1I"hi"::\ la HIP 7th. tiny < | District and every right, title or interest of every

tni7, 111 Ifill ft nJo Unh-,1 'li'il" Ih iln'f ""v. 11)13 I nature or kind whatsoever of the former owner of
Illl'i
:: 2'41 t. nt K44t :' > L IIAI'lEltvON." !
,I N\V1o'I Clerk! Circuit\ Court ..t said
"I !Jo4 bring OltPpchohpR Countv, lloiHi' property, or any one claiming by, through or

enrt nt lnt ti 111 ftN 11I\ II 10ve ('. 1ollna _._.__.. -. ___. 2! 17 By Sophroiilii 1'i'iico. II (C. I INOTHhl under him or one holding lien thereon
I II ..__. ..___._ I :J.f 4110' I.tI11 Anti A "'11'. .. _. nll'IZ -- any any
III n..n.. .. :z IW 66 1119 Martha ""ott & "'m, f.n." __ ..na"II : I Iik shall terminate and be at end and the
\ ) .. ....__ .__ 3 R1 :\fI 1\\11\ \lerthaunit/ h "'m. ,. __ 8041Ut ( 'LI'In,In.i' ,',,""1)', riorlil cease an ,
._.____.._ .-.. 10 M filII >lentha .ili Itt It .m. Tnoee .. alII'" Jlnv 27 1)143.NOrIChJ! : Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
1'1 .. ..__... 11 :I4 81IHI{ Mnt" "P..1t k a 111. 1..111' -- :: 1 IN' lir.UFUY: OHKS: 'Ihut ,
II ..__... _.____. 11 4 1'1, Iin Narthti 1I'nlt Ir "'m. Tnnre __ :011"1'I nnrMi.t ,In "Action \II of rhiiiitcr l'WlI \ District shall be authorized and empowered to
A" .._.__....__.. ii4 44 MI Martha 1I''I>,t k ,,'m. I.AII"1I __ : I nnn of P'oililn' Aita 11)17.\ :\ known at ,
All ....,__. ._.__ U III M 041 Murtha IInMt k wm. fonell -- 801P'III his II'HI'IIACT.. the follunlnu ,',' i iBcrllicil sell the said lands as provided by law. '
____.__.... ... 1.1 M 80 1111) IA't"1' 1oI.'nt k wm, I.Aner _. :8o n, I land" In cccholii'i' CmiiitrFlorida .
All exrrp$1oof will !h' oiicrcd) for millnt
\E'4 -____. 2:1: J.f 311 159 Mnrlha'mtt AVm. I.mica __ 27 1"1 public nntcr fm thi bljhcflt nnd,
TI"II' Ht h'ro..l.t"n hpHt rush lild Hiilijpit to the rlirht of
..t pr II ls1'ly lh. TriiBtii, a of the tnteriinl IniproM, ,
ot \\.ot. mpnt Fund to refict nor livid nil bids. INQUIRE AT OFFICE OF CLERK CIRCUIT
only 1111. or lot nt til" Court HniiHi' at 1'1.' .1 M. nil the I
1., Ilk 5. and let dnof .In',', 1M'I! : Kiimlinnlfor : COURT REGARDING DELINQUENT EVER-
17' 'oU.'r leer' rimil rldbt of wnv, 200 fop ", M' .
f I.nk. fhrnosV ... will be nai-rrcd' from nay ri>r"ol GLADES DRAINAGE TAXES ON YOUR PROPERTY .
::1:1:) deg U' Yo through nhlih here I in nn e lKtlni I
',Innll line II '1ft StotiHoud..
In II HWIIn Iota 1 tn U luc Bik 4. First
,' of /'onn..r Aildllliiu. tn Southern l'lni
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a'/I"'r 1.1 n' U. Itnulnrann, .141"uf |I Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk,
1.lIk. 10 I'OR.I\ 3s 31 John tt .. on Trusties 1. I. l"undOksr'hobeo
1I.t' ....,. .h ToMutv, K'nrtdii,, C CIt Okeechobee County Fla.
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NOTIOH I 1ft hprpliy glvpu tluil the I III tillKT: .\ MIIKIIN<1 IIIUl'III'I i Certificate III L'lltrilT Court of Okcwholi.Hi
) K: lit' IIKMIIMI; Oil.JMTION4 '
State Itiinrd of Kilnnitliiii nf ilm oiiuty, Flurldii. In CIIA.NCEKV.; :
Stale nf Flurlilu will idlor fur ,"h'an VVI) OMJ'I.AIN 'i 'I E ('. KeL-vei
,. rucrlve p niiptlirp| | |hhlM| HI Tullii '10 ALL WHOM IT MAV I'OXPKKN I VI.
haniipp, Klorliln! June Itlntl. Hull: nt 1'umiiuiil tu KIM I tI Ion 3-A lit Kpnnti Recital OfPerijee 11. K. t'onlhnm ct al.NoritK .
12: o'clock. NOON;, fur thp following 111110: ":1.' ri-liillnii In .:"'flrlIIh'. TO AI'I'KMl:
driprllHMt hind In nliFXriloHKi; '; Driiliiuitt hlntrlil |IJHOO." by"'" l.i'Kl"liitiin HIM Ktnl uf .'Inrl".. tu Kunlhuin ft
COr.NTY. KI.OIUDA: ,it' 'iln> Hun. of Floililu m llnIU41 Mrkliinil, Inc., anil Okmvluihcp City
All HpHlon 10, Tuwimhlii 17 Koiliiii tliv llnnril of CoiuinUlonirv Hunt l.anil LVininiiny illinulvcil! Klnrliln furimrnilon. .
Smith, llniiirp DO ":".t. runtiil> lug I 01 nf Kvrlailes: | DralnHKU LMN I Itrlii nml' all |mrtli',' Hiilmlnit InInnmi *
HID Hpri'ii. okpprhobpe County I IIIIH i.'iiiiHiil tu he pri'piireil a Innl h>. ihroiiKh ur uiiilcr or a-
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Thli Notice In imhlNlipil In' ioniillnrp | 1 KM lii>", tnii I he ilvlit trvlc, reiUlrni.ii .- The dingy high SChool auditorium Kill n.t mild nnniHil nlvi.il Klnrlilnii
with Si'Ptloim\ S7uili nnil ail O'lFliirlilu \ I i.i' the. IMHtrlct ilurlnit tbe year | >ri>iinilliMii, nml' nil pnrilo 'hcivlnuIT
HtnhilPK 1IM1 liitltlnnliiK ,,n HIM ht diiy ur not :Novi looked almost like the Metropolitan dnlmlng to have miy rlulit. tit IKr
The Stall' Honnl of 1Milnill"n: i I >iiilii>r ninl piiillnir, on thp mat prvpi. I ho rlitlit In ri'Jpi-t HIM :in.i nil I he sun'iiilln* Oi'tolicr nnil the niiiin> I .ntlnvciit Aililltlull! In ()l">i>i'hohi-e. ,
t> him l h"I'u .plunil mi nliIn ( hit office | night. It was beautifully dcci Morliln. nrriinlliiK to pint of milil' ,ml.
MIly order uf tinKtnti> lloiinl iiKihlilltlnn if Ib| ,' !Si>i nt F'nrliliiKpi'imnril Itii'im 1IH7\ lllBrii.rno IlullilliiK. '! i iKl.i musical <'li rk of Ilm rircnlt Cuiirt of Okwiliohni.
t,, Hollnnil. iiiiverii"iAtle lilii \\hprp tln> KIIIIIP mil) MIU".I I| program made one forget that they ,'un\)'. Klorlilu In I'lat Ilooi
.tColin: 'iinlni'il 'nnil thin In In notify JMII thai, : were only sitting In the high school .'. nt i in in1 7 :
1'"IlII.h; I' ; nilil Honnl will iiui't ill' Hulil )pliii' '<> on In tin- mime iinil hy thi> iinthnrlty
--- - I I t tin. lllh ilny of JIIHV.' A U 1U43. nt auditorium In Okeechobee Florida. of 'iir Sliitn uf lorliln' yon nml i> ilijini
10 "H'( 01 link, In, thr tori'iiniiii nf >mil Perllee lIt nrt- rOIllIll'"I,1' nml ri iiilrpil| '
NOTICE OF INTENTION TnI'I'I.Y I ana Mrs. Bartlett both
I tin.ihtlntf not li. him I Hfti'on dinx I" Itlp mi iiiii'iirnlii'c'| Hf the I'"..rt
FOR I.\\&t: 01 I I fruin tin ilnto" of III" Hr t piilillriitloiilicnof 1 wore orchids end believe me they Ilium, of Kkiii'i'lioliw roiinl.v; Flitrtiln,
("PFCMI OK I.OPtL, I.K i tlM.1IONNorirE : I ) for the purpom. of ht-iirlnu ub I, deserved them, because the mi .luiif .MI, iii-n' :\, linii thi>ri>nfi,,r nl*
is 111:111.BY.: ; CIVIIN n i I |,i I I"u> mill', iiinipliilnls nllli rpnpnrt I If. I II program Vourrrlttiii' : f ilpfiMiiiiii.' In in-iiion
at tho .o.Hlon nf the I.pglHlittnn- ( InSUI 'I I Ii, 111 hi hlllllfl't i they presented certainly was iittunii'j: in, ;HK> :loiiiiirrcliiliu:; : ,rllr.Iorrl :

April... of lUlil:rinrldn!, npidliullun whloli will lonipiiid In nudi In 1! 11(1.Mill" OF rOMMISXHXKIlOF !HIIAINAliB| : I 1|'I' proof that many an hour of hard Ilnnluii III' lllioVM nml I'lllllliMl LoN llnnlpo PHIIHP,, Ulllltilt il"flMlllllllH -
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for dip PHKIIKKU of n|">r'il' or It ,il I : UISTIIICT KVF.IHSI.AHKH I IBv u-ork had been put In In prepara- liolnir of nhnvp ilopki't iinmlit'F lit
IPglDllllloll. the RtlllHtHIII'P ol Whlcll Ian I- i ihiiM' miiiipil ''oiirl, for fiitvrlumirp ofa
MAKK K, TKNNANT, | Uon.I .
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: IJ",1 "inrtgiik'o on uliovp nrrlhi'il lumlH
An Apt rplntlng to l> 'I'1l1 III, A I n'I'I'Ii' :!i oiili riuih I! Perllee was the only senior this and Ihp Hfilil poiintprplfllni' mipklnff rollpf -
Dmlnagp I'lMlrl.-t. n driilniij., dlIrli't TIIKOOP.Si'crelary. : liy jolnlnir In, mikliiK for HIP fnrrlomiro *-
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year to receive a certificate In
pxlHltng' under thi lawn of I mu- tliprpof nnil 01".111"| | (iprform
Florida\ ; HiiiPiiding pxlMting I'mh : :! ilc. Not only is she an outatandlngstudl'nt nni'p hthp poniiliilniiiit| to cnnvngrIhp
relutlve, thprptii : enlarging nml .1.! .nlil liinila to milil cniiiitprpliilmIIIIIH
fining HIP piirpnipt nnd ,copi if I I in music but she is an I unit, tint If "IIIIlnlllllut| ilo. not-
tin 1: IHHtrlrt I nnil I' thp: lioniri 'unildiitlPI : I honor roll student, a member of the Mil, tin' HIIIIIH In nl fiirpcloiurr fnrillHlmriiiiiiiPttt
of the nil'mi' nnil It" llnnnlof nf thp tlIIJI"\.'. In crnirt
; Glee
Club cheerleeder had the
rirtumltHloiipri' : providing for I tlnTpfroni 1 In pn>'nipiil of mill) potinterrlnliiiniitM1 -
walpr control nnd for: :ilrnliuiuirpplumntlon. : I Gilbert Theatre leading role in the senior play; U ,: cliitin nml: lli'ii, nnil utlwrlnp -
l protection nnd ponHprratlon office girl for Mr. Williams one \ IK i>rn>'pil for. In thp pvcnt ofilofniill
nf I ho liiniln nltliln, tin per In III'p"Arlnlf| or miHwcrliiK Bitinrillnn -
lNtrlrt! nnd for thp i'on.i'rtlnn I |: Okeechobee iod a day: and does student work I" Uiw. oI're| P pro miiiPMoulll
uinl dpvpninipnt| | of the natural rfunnrvpi In the cafeteria. Whenever asked In. pntiTPil nznlnut, ..von.Vlinf .
thcmln ; provlillnic for llprppnrntlon \ I \ .ii inv liniiil ni I'li'fk' nml the
and adoptlnn,. ofpoinprplipuxlvp :I Friday & Saturday ID tai.e part In any extra curricula Hi-nl of Milil r'oiirt till* Miiv 17. IMS.HOY .
nf rpi'1nmitl '
I'lnn < n
K H.U I.KKKnX.:
activity she Is always glad to do
"xhlll ami ilptnrmlnliiu' llii i I"'\M i l' ,I'll 1 rk I'I ri.nit f'Ollrt I of ukPCPhohpt"Coiinlr
niuhnrlt.v. ilntlpi" nnd, 1 "'"1111"'"'''''''' her part, She Is what we wouli! I'liirliln.
nf thu" liUtrlpfK i-fflctT ) ,,mil, I II 1 Double Irulurei iSl'llll
fall an all-around girl.
I HKi'iiU; Hxlnir and dptprmlniiiK, II i: llnnirlik nnil
iiinniint of thp mlnlornin tur, nnd | i HI NEIGHBOR Perilee accompanied Joe Howell ,I'lllltoll' A: lillKi : .
thu 1"1"| 'i.p for which tho imip i I I'lprii-, I'll ,
as he played his violin on the program
mil)' IIP Hm'il : Unit no ampiidinpiit"rlmngpii. Solli Iliirx "lur
uiodlflpnllonn or porrpct i I JEAN PARKER and believe me not a little -,,"" ,, ,. '" I"-rI
Inn* nrp pontpmiilnlpil ,,'hlo'hI ""M I| ', I
nltfr HIP honniliirli-n of tin. I'l- with cm be said of Joe's violin accomplishments
Irlrt. n-Boiip anv It was certainly en-
;. Roy AcuB and Boys I To Hasten
tlf f.t thp lilfiirlrt.I>plit or"- '\ I I BREAK BOTTLENECKS toyed by all who attended. Victory
I Bonrd l. | -&- The array of beautiful girls clad No American wanti tbli war

Konput linnnno: on nnlhorl HIP .," I APACHE KID In beautiful pastel colored evening to (* one minute beyond th*
rpfiimllnir bond'1: | atBIdStoru I Iresses in the Glee Club Is some- llmt we can brlnf It to a victorious

I nt certlflcntlon fixing thp nnd" | i DON BARRY thIng long to be remembered. end. To hasten thai
*......oro. Tux I All In all It is said that this victory-to lave posilbly the
I Clprku of HIP :. I E pours nickels and conversation Into I Also: WAR NEWS CARTOON school program Is the outstanding llvei of millions ef our boji
tlv> to nintrlpt : I IponHtrnlng
I HIP the one of the Congratulations : on our far flunf fronts It !Iai
., *t every stop holding up year.
IIIWK' rplntlng' I II I' I Sunday & Monday to Mrs. Bartlett and all those tak- i imperative that every American
nmi'iiillni "\ of service men and workers I
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do hli part In the Second
Aptu part In such a wonderful I
FI-irlclH.! i ililflOT. ng pro
I.AW. of minutes are vital. Buses need the full I War Loan. There la an Investment
Walter PIDOEON Hedy LAMAR \
Mil 1OT.1:, Chnprer APtu "f '. of all to enable them to main V to fit every purie.
i.ni's'i: In The most can do U little
of t'I"'I you
Tun
schedules. Let's send The foal of the Second War I
*. wartime help
I' riinpti-r 2nm enoufb compared with the i&orlfice -
AP(" of 1041. (' ; WHITE CARGO Loan drive la 13 billion dot-
without oram.t offered In
I of Florida. A'IM rolling along unnecessary Ian. That is jmt about one by our boys
nut limiting' tin- \ ; service. They give their lives
I ANo P.TIIEE'S:
forpgolng. '" : fifth of the estimated IncretMof 'I
-you lend your mone,.
m. Two "I"1. ', ( ] I the Public Debt (or tbe fiscal
Klcht i I. Mn" ,, I UNION BUS DEPOT year or 1943.
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Swntv 11111.> : I '" Tuesday, June 1 I --
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Xni'tlonii Tlirpp ( MIAMI BUCII BUS DEPOT Sponsored by the Lions Club

T nml,P'VP mil-filing(in ..f"H, I I 1'.11 838 WuhUgto A..ue DOROTHY LAMOURin YOUR TRUCK TIRES
thprenlth PHONE: 6-1813
Pntpd thin Vprll
"HiMt-n IP iyri f.!;. 1 THE FLEET'S IN NEED RECAPPING ?

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Al"o: COMEDY
I'hll'rmr11' Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Pierce

1 __ __ _ __ .,_ __ ___ in one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of experience

Best printing at The News News ads. are profitable. Little News Ads pay big WednesdayEDWARD finest workmanship, large stock best grade

O. ROBINSON rubber and a reputation for square dealing. You can

in make an appointment, ship them to us via trucklineor

I" have your local service station send them to us.

10 LARCENYINC.. State Road Department .... .
- -- We do work for the Army, Navy,

"ft'D .., ttr' fUI"U nllhJane and many large construction firms and

D 'u ? Wyatt fleet owners. Our work is guaranteed and we can

STilt ; ANo: WEST OP THE ROCKIES8recl usually give 24-hour service.

lS \; WESTERN We also have a large stock of new Truck, Passen.

1t4f.l Coming 'AttractionsA ger, and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Bring your certificates .

?%* I and we can fill your order immediately.

YANK AT ETONCHATTERBOX

> "f Tire & Co.lilp.tilpn
Humphries Retreading
'wr'l: : FOR ME AND MY GAL .

\ I THUNDER BIRDS
I piit f'I.,IT. rrimtolllr llalliTlo. .10"I.r)
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Buy More War Bonds Today 900 S. Dixie Highway, Phone 139, Fort Pierce, Fla.

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Axis dominated countries yoa would seldom be

allowed to travel at all. Or, torn from home and

family, you would leave at the point of a gun for a ,

concentration camp or industrial slavery. I

Contrast that with conditions here. Although American

railroads are moving approximately two million

troops a month, civilian travel is subject only to

voluntary restrictions.

But as military requirements now take more than I

one-half the railroad sleeping cars and one-third the ,

coach equipment, space for other travel is severely

limited The nation needs your help in avoiding

unnecessary trips so that travel essential to our war

strength may be accommodated.If .

reservations are sometimes hard to get, or your

train happens to be late and crowded, this you'll agree

U far better than traveling Axis style.

The Florida Cast Coast Railway is making every
effort to reduce such inconveniences. Meanwhile we "Anything new, Bert, on that black market illegally instead of legally In this country.

ask your patience and indulgence until final Victory trial up at the county seat? Just like the bootleggers did during the

U achieved.FLORIDA "The jury came in 'bout an hour ago, 14 years when liquor was sold illegally instead
Judge.The verdict was'guilty.' I understand of legally.

the sentence is going to be a mighty stiff one." "Unless this black market in meat and

"Can't be too stiff to suit me. Anything other commodities is stamped out and

those law-flouting racketeers get will be too stamped out quickly, Bert, we're in for another

good for them. How they thrive every time dose of the crime, corruption and lawlessness

there'* an opportunity to sell something we had following the last World War."

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Sure, I gave to the Red Cross man here that}Jmt calls it Red Cross M j
(' Home Service. I'll say it... BOOM ; >
last year everybody did.Didn't service.Just ask my missua.'j

We got a new 'j
i think much about It, or now and I'm a grandpop and Bea x j '1:
know much about it either. Band, .
goes back to camp with his eyes shin .
knitting sweaters and the like t
ages ; r'ithat's ;
ing and his chest out. It might hart ; .. ;
what it seemed like then and I w r
been pretty bad though. 4Y
was for it Just of .
as a matter course.This rJ
That was back last Summer, and t. ;
year it's different. I've seen a lot of things have been happening A ...' ; :
the Red Cross at work.
since. The war's come terribly close. < -
Saw it working the ,
out at plant
If you've a boy out there
the night of the big fire, when a lot got you .:
know what I mean. _I
ef the boys laid cold.
were oat
Last week we got a letter from
Some of them wouldn't be around
Sergeant Ben that his motherwouldn't
today for the Red Cross being
except a
take a million for. Between '
right there from the
start, ready '
the lines, can ten that
you
with first aid, and with aa ambulance .
oar boys are giving those devils
and canteen and bunch
of
; a everything they've got and taking it ; a > .
men and women who knew what t*
% too. Must have been pretty bad. t ,
4 do and how to do it. I'U saj they R 1.
E One thing the censor let through

-- were good. gave me another Red Cross angle. ? ; u I

Then, when my boy, Ben, drop Seems Mr. Field Director and .< : 0:;;
his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through < w :
tc another angle oa the Red Cross v -I
with my boy's outfit. Been in the
Get it in a letter from a Red Cross hottest spots ia every show with

,. guy who'd set op shop ia Ben's them. Not with guns, but doing a lot Q t -i

camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too.

things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed

didn't know. He'd sure taken a pack when it's needed, just like they were

/. cf worries with him into the army. at that fire of ours. With the kind of

:And this Mr. Field Director seems things that may seem pretty small to /44
to have the job of getting wise to a
us at home, but go big in a foxhole.
man's trouWos anJ doing something "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the 'z 1 M

about tlicm. \""t only there, but at Red Cross as a he-man organization, > '
the h..nll'h' '".
Dig when the War Fund comes

It's a long story, bat it came out around next time."

'" fine, thanks to that "trouble buster" You bet I will. This year I'm rat

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