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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Volume 29 Number 49 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 26, 1044 Price Five Cents

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(Hews of Our Boysl I Service Personal 1 Granted Cash Remittance CoastGuardsmen I County's Farmers Sergeant Visiting Carl Parents WatfordIs Here N. O. Stewart Elected Sheriff; DwightL.


Outside U, S.I I Can Reduce Costs 27-Months In Australia M. Caldwell
in Various Camps I II Rogers, Congressman; ,

lent Guardsmen serving outside I Carl Watford oldest

At Home & Abroad :I UK hate* continental availnlile' a United personal States cash now re. With 4-Way JeepsFarmers I I ion i veil Sergeant of In Mr Okeechobee, and Mrs Ed yesterday Watford, ,andis ar- I Governor; Chapman, Co. CommissionerNavy


1 I', ttanvu service which allows themto __ upending a twenty-one day leave -

1'1AIf.: red J- Davis who is sta- transfer cash accumulations backto of Okeechobee county, hero Sgt. Watford was returned to Recruiting Officer The Second Primary Tuesday

coned somewhere In England wired designated payees In the U. S. or many of whom have indicated thrua the United States In March after Will Be In OkeechobeeNext I I passed off very quietly In Okeechobee -

u Fort Pierce Florist last week to to buy war bonds of series "E", "F", national survey their desire to spending twenty-seven months In county with the main Interest

send( flowers to Okeechobee for his and "0". The plan It a supplement own a Jeep after the war, can save Australia, New Guinea and other Tuesday, May 30 centering around the Governor'srace.

mother, Mm. Nancy J. Davis, and to the individual allotment systemnow approximately $124,500 for post-war places In tho Pacific War Zone R. A. (Lex) Green, candidatefor

they arrived here for Mother's Day. In use rehabilitation if they take advantage Arriving In Okeechobee Tuesday, Governor, led the ticket In the
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S e e Also eligible for the service put of the scout car's four-sided He was one of the first of the May 30th, Robert W. Wendell, Specialist county-

Arthur J. Davis and Billy Sutton into operation by the Navy's Bureau personality, a recent study reveal American soldiers to be sent to that first class of the Navy Re N. O. Stewart wile elected to serveas

Spent the past week end In Okeech of supplies and accounts, are members This figure U based on the difference theatre of war and has teen much cruiting Station Went Palm Beach, sheriff of the county for the

bee visiting relatives and friends. of the Navy Marine Corps, action there during his stay. will establish the next four years and 0. J. Chapman
between the ci'imated price headquarters at
They are both stationed at the Naval army personnel assigned to predominantly was elected County Commissioner
of a post-war Jeep and the total Sgt. Watford has many InterestIng post office from 1 p. m. until 6 p.
Training Camp In Jacksonville Naval areas and authored from district No. 5 over Eddie Bass
stories about the In that
rout of the four farm units which war I,
S e e into discuss matters pertaining to
+ civilians with armed I
operating I Dwight L. Rogers carried this county
of the world. Among them
and was
extensive research part
!p. ro'ding! to
Clifford Earl Ruulerson left Tues services outside the continental I I all branches of naval service with
In the race for Congressman
it that he made the trip to Australia I
'xpcrimentation, can replace.
night to return to the Naval: limits of the A minimum of '
country. those desiring thin information from the new Sixth District. He was
In the slowest the
transport Navy
Recent tests by accredited farm I
Training Station at Miami after HO be remitted, larger amounts II
may experts, including officials of the had and when he returned to this This Includes women from 20 to 36 I' elected for the two-year tern,
spending six days here with his In units of $5 A provision for alternate
Below Is the official vote total
as
Department of Agriculture, reveal country he returned on the fastest :i years of age who are Interested n ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs Hubert Raulerson. Is made In the regulation the
ed Board
payee CaiTMitng
by t
the back in fourteen the WAVE .
that the Jeep has "a great deal of making trip corps.Examinations
although once the transaction
mqrnlng:
S e e (farm blood In its mechanical veins" days from the tI. e he left over V--
I I" made with the unit'i disbursing there. Rogers . . . i . COD
Connie Raulerson ar .wording to Ward M. Canady, presi.
Lieutenant I nffiet the porn" tannot be To Stuckey . . . . 463
and ilc-iit of Willys-Overland Motors I
ivied In Okeechobee Wednesday ,changed nor can fund I".- "IM, tilled In talking about the war with Hendry . . . . 2

IB bpending fifteen days here with V vim said his coi.ipany'a engineers Japan Sgt. Watford says all of this Be Held Merit Caldwell . . . .',398
Lieutenant h ive "on the soil" that the By
mother, Mrs C. C. McCain. proven
"is talk about the Jape never quitting I Green . . . . 044
Raulerson has Just completiu Millard' F nut car can be used as an effective -
Caldwell fighting and how they will die Padgett . . . . 437
his training in the Army Air I four-purpose substitute for the fighting Is the bunk because he says System CouncilThose Stewart . . . . .602

t nips and graduated from the Army Elected Governor horse the tractor the Independentuser they can turn around and run the I Bass . . . . . .429
nt Stut- unit and the light truck. "
Forces training
Air camp sal le as anybody else when the who intend to take the Chapman . . . . .545
gurt Ark. lie dues not know wherehe In the Department of Agrlcul- time conies He also stated that the merit system examinations for seven I --V
will be sent after he return to By Large MajorityI !
t'I.' "'. report on Its recent expertncnts general .opinion among army people positions with the State Welfare

tamp e I I -- with the vehicle, Issued by was that the war with Japan would Board the Florida Industrial Cpm CARD OF THANKS

May 21. MillardCaldwell R I. B. Gray, head of the Farm Equip. not be over until next year. I mission or the Federal !Manpower -
Sergeant and :Mrs. Permel liar- I TO THE PEOPLE OF
Tallahassee lawyer and mint and Research Division, the Commission in Florida, shoul I file
graves will leave Sunday to returnto This Is the first time Sgt. Wat OkEECHOBEE COUNTYI
former congressman who has never .loop was described as "highly useful their applications immediately, if
the army training camp at Greenwood ford has been home In seventeen I and
defeat is Florida'sj in plowing, harrowing and other they wish to qualify for 1 am deeply profoundly gr.te'ful
I known political early employment
:Miss., after spending ten days yean and after his furlough is out for the loyalty and faithfulness
j choice of an overwhelming field work." It was stressed here
with their parents Mr. and Mrs W. governor by he will be sent to Miami where he of friends well manifested
of the state's day by E. H. Hunt, member my so
majority First findings In the continuingJeep will be stationed of
B. Hargravei. to'I worked
Tuesday. They incessantly
District 10 Welfare Board. I
e e e voters. studies being made by the agricultural -
and without pay in a common cause.I .
Albert Burka, Jr., arriv. { engineering departments "Although tests will be '
Sergeant
Unofficial: returns from all but 1 do not feel that It Is penonal
ed in Okeechobee this week and Is of Washington State College and tary form, serves many all.round fiom time to time," Mr. Hun aaid,
of the state's 1481 precincts in )'u.terdllY" defeat but Is a temporary setback
spending a few days with his par. Ohio State t'liivemity dononrtrH'chot purposes effectively, especially for "It it unlikely that there will be a
primary election gaCald of the cause of the massesI preferby
ntMr.. and :Mrs Albert Berka and the vehicle, In Its present mill- the small farm. sufficient cumber of applications'
well 219K30: votes. CongressmanLex far to go down temporarily and
: Sergeant Berka has been filed later to Justify the holding 'of
family Green of Starke, his opponent, in honor with the poor man than ta>>
stationed at Camp Van Dorn, :Mm.for examinations again at an early date.
trailed 4.1,441 votes behind with occupy purchased office. The poor
but \it being transferred Any vacancies that now exist in the
the
past year
I 176,395 stand serene In their defeat. The
to a camp in New Jersey at 1// Tpq.Late.to Classify( staffs of the three agencies will cause of the people lives on. I have
the end of his furlough. Caldwell, 47-year-old native of naturally be filled from those who .
.* conveyed coneratulations M. ,
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J. *:':-'v' > ---v---* ? Tennessee; IW tromMfie start and, qualify first. my r t
John P. Ingle, secretary of the A.
Fort l'iHco-Second Lt. HarfnonH. after Isle nomination appeared ai By Russell Kay \ The date of the exams has not soclated Industriesof of Florida; Mr.

O teen of this city on duty with lured last night, he issued a statirent I' been definitely determined, but applications Edward Ball, manager of the Du.

the Army Air Forces in the South at his home Ir Tallahassee should be filed this week
: Pont Interests In Florida; Governor
Pacific has been awarded the Air pledging his best efforts for his If possible Mr. Hunt said
I Twenty-five years ago the late Ed. 8" with a sure enough modern high Spessard L. Holland and to the Hon.
:Medal and the Oak Leaf Cluster In four-year term starting: In January; gar A. Wright, then editor of the way. The position for which tests, will orable Millard Filmore Caldwell. I

lieu of an additional Air Medal, according ireen's Statement Florida Glower, termed the area of be given are typist, stenographer, shall forever appreciate your loyal.
notification egiiud Last week at Lake Wales, meeting
to officail I senior stenographer, l
A ttharply-wordod statement in rolling hills and Sparkling lakes that oilncipul ate ty and help.
for the first time lince the
here. I nographer, Junior and
which he conceded Caldwell's nomination lies between flames City and L. senior Inter. LEX GREEN
,' war, Scenic Highlanders gathered viewer, district
The award, made by Lt. Gen- Mil. was Issued this afternoon by Placid "The Little Switzerland of welfare visitor Ap. v
the
to feast and celebrate comple
plication blanks be
Florida may secured
l.i-u K. Harmon, commanding Army I' Green tion of this highway. It was a
new from the !Merit System Office
P. 0.
forces In the South Pacific, were for foi 'I I am de'Vy and profoundly uraic- toads In those days were little grand and glorious occasion and Box 113, Gainesville Subscribe to The' News

Lt. Oateen's work ,14 bombardier than graded sand trails with Honorable Fred P. Cone the ..
ful for the :lo>alty of my friendi, .j note was -- -- -------. ----- --
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thi period from Dec well manifested yesterday," Green hue and there a nine foot strip of honor guest- Other dignitaries, including
Jan. 14, 1944 ; and fiom Jan 21 LII !I .
said- "They worked incessantly and asphalt permanent wave. They didn'thave I Governor Holland, Congressman

March 7, 1944. without pay in a common cause 1 1 any more shoulders than a i I Peterson and Senator Pep

The Air :Medal and Oak Leaf do not feel that it la a personal de. snake and passing a car was an art per, were invited but other activities

Cluster are awarded for meritorious I feat but is a temporary setback for that few but experienced Model-T prevented their attending. TO THE VOTERS OF .
drivers cared to
in I attempt.
while participating
achievement the nm>res. Speaker reviewed the history of ]

sustained combat operational nits- "I prcftr by far to go down tern- Names like Fairchild, Yarnell, the organization and told of the'

ions of a hazardous nature during polarity and in honor with the poor Coachman, Bok, Hcckaher, Sebringwere long struggle to gain recognitio I OKEECHOBEE COUNTY: "
\Is met or
which enemy opposition man thai to occupy: I purchased of. linked with development In I They I paid glowing tribute, and justly {I "

during which an area it travenedwhere I f,cc. T'I.) roar Stand serene in theirI the area. Bright, clean, progressive i so, to Governor Cone for his cooperation -
fire is effective -
enemy antiaircraft \I -at Tim cause i the pus pie lives communities grew Into towns of I which made the road pos.
encountered.
or enemy patrol :ill" considerable import The whole sible, and passed unanimously a !

V i I "I have conveyed my congratulations "ridge" section in time became one resolution suggesting that the highway .

i[ to Mr. John P. Ingle secre- vast citrus grove. be officially named "Cone

No Previous Experience !1 tary of the Associated Industries olj Despite all this, Florida's beautiful Highway."

Needed to Join WAVES j Florida; Mr Edward Ball, manager i and charming Switzerland re- Looking to the future, committee

I of the duPont interests In Florida; ficlals who had to do with the were appointed and plan Lapped to
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You do not need previous experience I, Governor Spesnard L. Holland and building of roads. As population Increased advance the welfare of the area and I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation -

to qualify for special training -j to the honorable :Millard Filmore and citrus planting con. encourage the early completion of

in the women's reserve of the I, Caldwell." tinued, traffic kept pace. Heavy Road 19, which serves the lower I to the people of Okeechobee County '

Navy. !Mrs. :Marjorie Lee Koblegard, Will Face Republican freight fruit and gas trucks Made half of tho "ridge" lection. Plane

W A VEt) recruiter of Fort Pierce In the November general election, I mincemeat of the foundationless cork that call for an extensive beaUtltl.1 for the vote I received from them in the runoff

said today. Caldwell will be faced by Bert L screw known as "Road 8." I cation program designed
primary Tuesday in which I was nominated by
Acker of Miami, Republican noml Natives and visitor alike grum I "Road 8" a highway of charm and I

Ihoa accepted for special has Instruction nee, but Florida has not had a Republican bled and growled, but little or nothing | beauty for its entire length, were j them as their representative in Congress from

once "boot" training governor since reconstruction was done to relieve the situation also approved, this work being left II

been completed, Mrs- Koblegard exDlalned. days and nomination on the until there came Into being an j I largely to garden club and women the new Sixth District.

study alongside Navy enlisted Democratic ticket Is tantamount to organization known as the Scenic members of the Highlander organi
men in a number of cases,
election. Highlanders, supported by some zation.

taking the same courses for the Caldwell, who was a second lieutenant 10,000 residents and friends of the Another project that will have thebacklr.g

same kind of work. The courses Moving and leader In of the entire organization
In the field artillery In the area spirit
vary from a few weeks to several ) forat World War held several city the movement was John D. Clark of Is the construction of a real highi As your Congressman I will serve you to

months. served Waverly, who devoted Much of his from Winter Haven tto Lake :
and come cffieo and twe I i i I way the best of my'ability at all times.

One of the more popular training I tensions In the state house of representativee time and effort, to say nothing oft I I Wales via beautiful Cypress Gardens '

schools Is located at the Lakehurst, I' before being elected considerable cash, to perfecting the and Bok Tower. These two ,

N. J. Naval Air Station where congressman from the third district ful and charming "Switzerland" re- I I world-famed, glorious attraction j jI :

WAVES are trained as aerograph- I He served as congressman for' eight The state's expanding road program ,I that have brought Polk county and

are There they are taught direct I yearn, retiring voluntarily in 1911 gave wide, smooth permanent Florida million of dollar worth of !

installation of naval metcrologlcal to resume private law practice I In! highways to practically every secfon '' publicity and advertising, at no

observatory ashore, make upper air I, Tallahassee of Florida, but the ridge country cost to the taxpayers, still remain ,

Soundings, compute balloon poundings I remained a forgotten stepchilduntil practically Inaccessible because of I II
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I the Highlanders practically the lack of roads It Is no credit to
make weather observations I I II
1 from Sa.mto6p.in. kidnapped Governor Fred Cone and Florida that such beauty spots may
charts
and draw weather I
Base requirements for enlistment p-nvi. him a kidney manage In the be rescind only by traveling roads

Local young women Interested in ; in the WAVES. :Mrs. Koblegard con form of a personally conducted I that resemble bombed out runway
DWIGHT L. ROGERS&O
the WAVES are Invited to contact eluded' Include two years of high : COLIC of the erea. Fred became convinced and wave like a flag In a Texas I II

Mm. Kobtegard, 1001 Indian River I School, age of 20 to 36 in' normal that the good people of the I wind storm. Any other state ppisesslng '

Drive Fort Pierce, or apply directto health, and If married no' miner "rl
the Navy recruiting station in I children. Navy wives whose hui the hog" long enough and It wasn't attraction would lee to It that I

the post officebuilding. West Palm band do not hold) the rank of en. long before road building equip. they could be reached by not one

Beach, open 'difTly! except Sunday sign"or up, are sJso eligible ntont began work to replace "Road but a dozen uper-hlghwayi( and itg


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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 26, 19,*,

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:; -I Stetson University at a total cost of $300,000. Improvements temporarily. Even In departments' I, the neatest such Institution with I Thomas V- Hansen, Jacksonville-

(DkrccInliiT:: | [ fU5r to grounds and existing cam. which\ remain operative there has Baptist Affiliation Is Mercer, at MI.I Judge W. Raleigh Petteway, MiantiiJudas ;

I' |I con, Georgia Frank A, Smith, Orlando, and .
pus buildings Is projected at a cost been a forced change nf emphasis In !
Seeks General leaders Dr, Mrs, J. L Rosser
U $1,000,000 i campaign are St. Augustine.
Published I
Every Friday by the of $50,000 additional. Endowment educational processes. .. .
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sought la in the amount of $rt">0,000,
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida. In Statewide Move "At the same time both educators .
of which S30.0UO: is to be apeclflcall .
and government officials are en- From where I. Joe Marsh
BRYANT BOWDEN ........... Editor i I earmarked for the law school ...6y
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I I caged now In making plans t/ care ,
Jacksomillt., May' 23 Dates have' mm temporarily inoperative as a result
Entered as second class matter fry the thousands upon thousands
the Poet In i bun and major leadership So-1 I of war conditions DeLand has
July 1. 1914, at Office wet
Words
of our youths who have had to enter Light are
set Its goal at $50,000; ,, '
Okeechobee, Florida under tAct cured for a state-wide campaign to campaign .
of March 8, 1879SUBSCRIPTION. secure $1,000000 for John B- Stetson and Chamber of Commerce officials the armed Services before completion I).. -j

.- .-- -- --.--. II University of DeLand, It ii announced there are reported by Dr. Hansen of their college courses 'Grave'WordsThere's ."
RAT: by Dr. Thomas Hansen, to be hopeful that at least the Stetson must be prepared to accei -.

One year in advance .. 1200. president of the Florida Baptist greater portion of this be earmark. iti share or shirk a grave responliility a potter on the trail truth in It. A U. 8. Government

Six months in advance ......... 100 Convention, which Is sponsoring the! t>il I by donors for the law school, to to these youths and to the of Sam Ab rnathy', itort that survey found our soldiers w.r.
Three months In advance .. ..... .75 effort I permit Its reopening at the earliest nation. doesn't lay much. It Just shows the soberest, the best behaved .

possible date and to assure its per a troii. with a Yankee helmet In hlstory-with most of them ,
The campaign which leeks funds\ manent location In DeLand. Jacksonville "Because the university was made .a It-and the caption: "Light drinking nothing stronger than
for both buildings and endowmentis interests have possible by Baptists and has always word.1*
Destiny MarksDemocratic I recently I' words are 'gravt1 a moderate glass of beer.
alntalned affiliation with the
calendared to start generally I voiced a desire to have the law an It Umt bard to figure tit what From where I sit, that kind erf
i ionly i.
FlorIda Convention it
,
throughout the state on June 18, school moved here j Baptist that saga Bean. LOOM talk has loose talk"can do Jmt. nmchto
Party i but Dr. ITanscn explained that the : natural that when Its president
...4.rmlDon1o
I tint a lot erf grate.and dODO M aa?
"We are thoroughly I convinced 'and trustees formulated their development
apppnl! in the university's home, aIM erf harm hart at homo, tow ....01'' that tie Axis oomU ts>
For Leadership town, where It has the additional that the role which the Christian I I program It should havi AM Km ,.* hear ... ...t.Lad It'. .p to every OSM otM
I colleges and universities of this the Convention's sympathy and sup
sponsorship of the DeLand Chamberof to tplkt that kind Of">. aga
country will be called to fill especially when we remember T.. ktar, for tutanot talk .
upon port
( will
'ohmerce open on May 18. Lion II ........
the Democratic ;'n the postwar era, confronts us that It Is one of Florida's two Institutions btvt ttr Mlditn drinking: and
Destiny has market The proposed building program with a challenge which cannot be enjoying both complete teftmlng around Anay Camp*
party for leadership In tlmei includes the construction of a modem ignored! said Dr Hansen. "War accredlment by regional and national M WOTM, whs yra ft* to* go'kw(
of great national crises, and historyonce JM* rV. act aa atoaa ..
men's dormitory, school ofrriigion.
more will repeat Itself as the a conditions have made it Imperative educational organizations and a tva
a new music hall, a law for most of these institutions to definite Christian affiliation," Dr
party of Jefferson again is leading: ,, L u sr.. C.pyvlgp JH4./W If lsiatrr?w- r 1ft.
," hool building and an Infirmary, discontinue( some of their activities Hansen continued, pointing out that
the nation toward military success
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J. M Broughtonof ------- i -- ---
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North Carolina In a recent Jefferson 1-
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Day Dinner address delivered ._-. .. -, "., .. .' ,_... .... :': 2; =':g1C -)P'c.. ._ .
In Fairmont, West Virginia.
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Thli nation will not elect as I its

President any man who by his

record or utterances, prior to this

war or since, has shown any lack
of teal for the cause for which we

fight, or who is wanting In forthright

determination and definite .
program for a durable and just

peace, Internationally guaranteed
with full American participation, he

said.
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Going back to the twelve-year
period ot GOP rule prior to the advent

of the Roosevelt Admimstra.

tion, Governor Broughton hit out i at
chrome complainers "Let the critic

howl and the Isolationist rave, but '
When In Need
this fact remains.-the last 12 year of

of Republican ruin began with sham*
and scandal in 1921 and ended I In
of I: : \
the terrifying financial disaster I
1932," The succeeding 12 years <
I
Democratic rule, be said, began withan
almost miraculous rescue from:

financial debacle, continuing to the

period of the nation greatest prosperity
and elm.axed with a victor;
.
ous leadership in the earth's greatest ti ; L
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J." ., .
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war." It Is on this record, he \ !
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emphasised, that the people will

make their choice. The response once

more will make destiny synonymous

with Democracy. .

"In its long history, the longest

of any political party in existence, PRINTINGGive
the Democratic Party has made mistakes

The party has at times lost
elections but it has never lost Its

svul," Bioughton declared.

Governor Broughton charged that

the Republican Party is "ao steeped

in reaction and Isolationism that it \

has turned against its own chosen

leader of four years ago." He emphasized
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that the Democratic Party has

all the advantage in issues arising

out of the conduct of the war. -
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"In its proitiam for peace, in Its
formulution of principles for international -
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guaranty of a just and dur

able peace," he declared, "the Demo

unt ic Party, under the leadership of
the President and the Secretary of Your Order to

State, has justified the confidenceand ..
the hope of the people The people

will be slow to take these all.
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re "
!
Important and dentiny-frelghtcd -. ... '
ponslbllitci! out of the hands of sparty ... -.
that has demonstrated such

notable! lapaclty.
Broughton. '..;.:.:. ..
The Democratic Party, c' .. JI
>-a.d; will not offer or support any I ; :

candidate for state or national office I --.. .
who "is either isolationist in

his views or lukewarm In his support ."- I _-
of the nation's war program. -
Ten ing President Roosevelt "the I. "
greatest humanitarian of our time,"
Governor Broughton asserted l that :

the New Deal I. not the Democratic The Okeechobee' News

Party, but "Is one of its anlfextu- j

tlons, just as was the. New Freedom
of Wilson's regime..

The New Deal li proof, he said, I .
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that the Democratic Party It resourceful

enough to meet new conditions .
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forget the underprivileged and -- -- -.
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the handicapped groups of th I -.-:

American people. 1 ,
'nether the nominee of the Republican '.. ...
whose .. .
Party be a candidate \. I
International experience and program ... :... si
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comprehend everything from

the Ohio River to the Great Lakes' .. .
or one whose views on foreign relations I ;. .'.. .

like his candidacy, are cleverly :- : ..:. ,
concealed, the people .will at .': b..u....
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have treat apprehen ::' : \
this juncture of .... .... a
about turning over the ship :
Klon
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while traversing
doubtful pilotage
state to -.' ,
dangerous watirs.

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till Make This Dress Yourself and there are excellent positions at Local Scout Troop


i!! SOCIAL NEWS iii Save for War Bond Purchases higher Applicants salaries.must be at least 17% I I' Receives InvitationTo

:
years old and must be citizens of i
.._.._. ._.._ _ .. '
1=5 SSS! &!! a ==;** ---3;'; ; !! E..5:; !!ii :; !5:; :::; the United States. There are no I' Meet
',Maximum limits. Appointment Swimming
Mn R. F. Howell! age
of Miami I -the entertainments the
will be service appointments
war
I the guest of Rev and Mn. W. lure of high pay in Get'i
L iiil will b? made In accordance with
Howell during graduation i workers who will help Loral Scouts have just received an
Mri. Howell li the sister.ln-law German war machine go War Manpower Commission policiesmil invitation, from the St LucIe Dietriit .
employment stabilization
Rev. Howell and was :Miss pro to participate in a swimming

Howell'l first music teacher. feature of the film are grams. meet and campfire program Wednesday
ll.iuuing facilities available In
-- scenes of the Under are afternoon, May 81. The swimming
Washington, and opportunities for
Mrs. \V. R. Howell and drilling, sabotaging installa. meet will be held at the Casa
u" ancement in most
Miss Sarah, will\ leave tomorrow their hideaways/ In government Cuprous pool In St. Luele, just

Dado City where they will\ spend mountains There c agencies are gcod. Available persons North of Fort Pierce at 3:00: p, m.

week with Mr. scenes lot presently employed In war work Following the the Scouts will
and Mrs J. C. showing the "French meet
ar urged to Application Form
ter, parents of Mrs. IIowell.FOUND8.00x16 Laval and PC tain, inon t k'.L get tin to the Scout hut where they will
i # 400 ABC from the nearest Post
-o- the first time these two tyx bi served supper and then participate -
f Oirn from United States Civil
or n
tire, tube I; shown together on th = In a campfire program.
wheel, on State Rond 8 Service Regional Office and send
I I the application directly to the f1"lmnllng events will\ Include 30
Okeechobee and Fort Tierce
exclusive and remarkable
I I United States Civil Service Com nilsnnn yard free style, 80 yard back stroke,
may have It by Identifying go to make up "(lndc I
and for I Washington 25, D. C. : this
paying Report" mark it ns oni ><
V n an relay, life saving rescue, chain
-eState films of the
revealing wi.
11ii i iI
Attorney :MurrayV.. -- Legal Advertisements i rescue, fancy diving and surprise

street and Assistant State OF THANKS events.
I
Thad Carlton of Fort Pierce > :NOTHK OK HEIE: lt'TION Following supper scouts will enjoy

visitors spending yesterday In to express tny sincere { I TUB ItOAItn OP OK ITBI.IC INITIlff-' a campfire program composed
8 TION:! KOU TUB: cor.vry OFIKKWIIIIHKK of stunt, challenges and games.
chobee attending to business. to the people of. Okecchobci w I .. .
( HTATK OP TLOItMIA.
,3d of Honor awards will be madeto
I Court
-p- 1 fine vote I received at the HIGH MTIOOI. Ht: (':-I"\j
Yia HiiNDM: ,Intel l ..liiiiium, 1. 1010. of
o St. Lucie Scouts At the close
W. P. has ti
Hargraves returned In being elected to i t NOTICK IS HEItKKV: : fllVEX: Hint
Ml home In Clearwater after as sheriff for the next t }d-'p I the 'I.'(\ 'fall' iiiitmnnillnii nkwelmhee'' the program. The public is invited
I'omitj Hoard of I'll"lie Instnirtliin
ing several days the first of 'I am not unmindful ot High School Refunding Hunils iluteil.In to both events.
n mm' I. HMO. numbered 1 through Mr. Joe Vales, Chairman of Camp.
week here with his Mr.
parents, that go with IJO, Indnxlve denomination ".OIMI. mi.tnrlng .
Mrs. W Hargraves, and office and I will do I .Inniinry 1. 1U7II have open mil jog and Activities for the St, Lucle
<>il J fur redemption and payment on
District will be in charge of the
-0- In my power to make you .lull 1, 1IH4."
Paid I r.odr t shall lie redeemed and outing and will be assisted by a
Rev. and :Mrs. E. M. C. :
sheriff. Again I want to exI ,
| I paid" on July 1. lint at par and no-
arrived In Okeechobee )' thanks to yo6. ,'rn',1 Interest evidenced,. hv coupons committee from the Rotary and Kl-

afternoon and will spend a N. 0. STEWART i| Newest fashion news Is the sleeveless, backless that Is both attractive with due on nil that subsequent date upon inimatiired presentation coil I wanis Clubs Mr. A. W. Davis, Scoutmaster -
and versatile Wen It Is for and suntanning, then add l a perky I
as
sports
pins thereto attnrheil. Cbnsa of the local Scout troop ex.
here visiting friends. --V matching bolero for street wear. Especially vivid In a tropical green or National: : Hunk New rltd.. and In- |I
-.- OF THANKS red, )ou might make ...v..ralln various colors, mixing and matching for I ((rent on mud liniuls shall cense nnsnlil pects to have a good representationfrom
Latest March of Time different occasions. Every garment made at home means more money therentier date nlll end he all void coupons maturing this district lIe stated that a
saved for War Bonds. A suitable pattern may be obtained at your I II. II. HANCOCK. number of local Scouts were excellent *
"Underground this opportunity to thank local store. U. S. Tnatury Drfartmcnl ('OUllt, Superintendent ofI'ubllc
swimmers and could give the
Instruction.
of Okeechobee County .
snows Berlin T -
the:1 other keen competition.
fine vote I received from troops some
who saw fit to oppose me. Clerical Workers Sought
<< the Democratic Primary I _
This month's Issue of The R. E. PADGETTRUSSELL I' II
In assuming the duties of Fpr Jobs In WashingtonIn I
of Time brings to the screen a V i QL
Commissioner from District II
matic and exclusive story, I
ground Report," which shows am not unmindful of the KAY a nation-wide drive to fill criti D (\" \\1\\g: ELECTRICAL WORK
connected with the cal vacancies in the nation's capl.

the people of Germany and I shall serve the people (Continued from page 1) tal, the United State. Civil Service "::; ,4\\ P. P. EVANSHOUSE

conquered victims are living county to the very best of Is to be hoped that some day Florida Commission is calling for stenog j
of
they await the final outcome will wake to the true meaning of
at all times. Again lap up raphere, typists, and clerks for po
invasion It comes June 4th and I these and make It V WIRINGWARNING
glorious spoto
your vote and support. sitions In Washington, D. C,
to the Gilbert Theatre. 0. J. CHAPMANV i possible for home folks and tourist No experience It required forson'e It pays to advertise.
Compiled from Nazi films alike to reach them conveniently I
of the positions, but simple
captured In Europe, as well as -
I and In comfort-
footage smuggled out by the I OF THANKS written tests are given. Clerks are I 1f'IJfK: : JW1DK\JJlltaL!:: !!. 'J11!. 1'JJlI.t B.I.1.It'JlJIWJaJ:
required to take only a clerical
ground, this latest MOT gives Much credit la due the Scenl
vivid and revealing picture of to express n.y sincere Highlanders for the great work they teat; and stenographers, a clerical !

new Nazi plan of suicidal to the people of Okeechobee have done In behalf of their fertile tent typing test, and stenographytest. \

Inside Hitler's inner European for the votes I received from and favored section. Their work Is Examinations are given In ii i \

ress. Seen too are the activities the Democratic Primary far from finished, however, and thousands of cities throughout the i

the Underground as they While I was defeated for the people of the area should con country Those unable to provide ii

awaiting their chance to take as County Commissioner tinue to give the organization their typewriters for the typing test may If your Everglades Drainage District taxes i
t
no ill will to anyone who full and unitedly demand be appointed as clerks and will be for
%* support 1941 still
* -> -'In the march on Gennany. are delinquent July 1 1944 fee
,
Nazis' me. I have served the the recognition and consideration to given an opportunity to qualify as
ganda scenes has show poisoned how the Europe's of my district and the county which they are justly entitled. typists or stenographers after they sinple title to such land will revert to the Boardof

Highlights of the film are Commissioner for the I elec arrive in Washington. For appli- Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District -
with the The meeting closed with the
of the and a half years - --
candid closeups .
ability I had and shall I tlon of Judge Robert T. Dewell of -:--:":":":":":":": :":":":":--:-:-:"))<0>0.")+0 ,
leaders-Goebbels, as he surveys .......... .... ..........
to serve them In the same I I Haines City as President of the :--: : : : : :--: : :--: : : : : )0)0Gilbert :-<+>->->0
of Berlin, Goerlng
ruins S-enic Highlander, succeeding JohnD.
with his general staff, Hitler during the remainder of my I I Clark who ha* served so faith TheatreOkeechobee RCY R. RAULERSON

lait-clltch stand to a
ting a R. E. (EDDIE BASS fully and well, but who begged to
. mate that will leave Germany ---V be relieved of his duties. Acting with ; Clerk of Circuit Court

most There of her are loot scenes Intact.showing; OF THANKS wisdom and foresight, Judge Dewell's Sunday & Monday nl i Okeechobee, Florida
first official act as Presidentwas lt.;

Invasion big guns moving the appointment of John D. tR8itkiaR: : oflrnoChuTftRSKlli31gfjr813R7Iur7HRRtfR.gtt, :
l : :Ii.1i ttu.kut>i C3ttuAiI' !
Immense fortifications being to express my deep appre John Wayne and I ..
Clark as Chairman of the Board. -- ----- -----
structed along the coast, to the people of Okeechobee With such leadership the Scenic Martha Scott
tubes built to fire from the for the vote and support I .Iti :}
Highlanders will march victoriously .
long-range cannon. from them In my race for .. .. -

Shown, too, are the efforts of of Okeechobee County. While on, \' 'In Old"Oklahoma' < / ; {' yr'
----- i
the conquered elected I received a good J
Nazis to impress
the virile beauty and vigor of the- I hold no ill will to those Subscribe, to The News Also NEWS and DISNEY CARTOON / J
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Tues. Only //.t, : ,

THE OLD JUDGE SAYS e e \ I
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BINGO NIGHT '
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John Garfield It .
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Maureen O'Hara \-.l
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'The Fallen '

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Sparrow'Also .?.f'

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EDGAR KENNEDY I 1/H g \
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Ann Shirley and .r: '

Pat O'Brien 4; _, \
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CARTOON I '


Friday & SaturdayAnn


Savage, Tom Neal


Klondike Kate' I; i *>' \

,
r I II Charles Starrett and once more our air I')have dealt crippling blows to the

I I t I.r 'Hail to TheRangers' enemy"" kin dm their p sure' victory, will they p lack
"Did you hear that Tom is goin be well fed. We've got to keep them supplied I !

inducted into the Army next week, Judge?" with the ammunition and equipment they tomorrow and the .'. and the nut until) they have
!
"Yes Frank told me this morning down need to finish their job. We've got to help
at the barber shop. Our town's got a lot of the Government pay for all theM tupplie weal Yin can di mu' ke'sure sun that mr armed farces tai

men in the service now, Jim. In fact, all our men need by buying more and more NEWS AND FILM VODV1L I tintinui their '
towns have. I was just reading in the paper War Bonds. We'll have another big chanceto unrelen n'thilie. .nrlUl kivirlastii

where there are more than 10,000,000 men do that by helping to put the 5th War conservation
away from their homes in the armed forces. Loan drive over the top, Jim. Coming Attractions through in the priductiu treat and

And from all reports, they're doing a grand "And, in addition, we must be sure that through greater and greater 't.iHarts if, kinds
war
job bringing victory closer every day. while they're away and can't expreit their "All BABI AND 40 THIEVES" wi can five

"We folks at home have a mighty big opinions, we don't go voting on and deciding "THOUSANDS CHEER" nr fighters the support they 0iir task is the the
obligation to those 10,000,000 fighting men. any things that will displease them what I easy,
We've got to produce the food to keep them they come back." "RIDING mGo"I I safe mi, yet in hew well wi do it
-FIGHTING SEABEES"

.............. depends the future if ill mankind I, '\ J
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THt* (ummttumt s,C.nf.rra"Akskelie 1 sw. ... t4 urn caaraa W
.:.:"H""H'I.: : .:-++'1".I: +'" r ., bey n extra hud this day.
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_________________________________________________________ OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1944
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NOTICEO'1II DKHCnll'TION".. i..\M: > II, T. K. A. OtV.NKK: AMOllVT> IOST OP TAM ,%\ I Legal Advertisements KiiTKliuli'S: liriilmige I list nit to rejmtniiv
luicrtie- and all lilila, at thn Courthouax
"I'fI"a'f :llnnroi'k lii.gliinliiK at 10'(Ml 4 clink A. M uu the
!' ': I ( "IWEUOI'I; S Ihut tI,.. followlnr lrlCrllll',1 Iiin'1 ..iII Ie.old M I. with H Hull duy uf June, IIH Aa tu all |inrinl .
t I"'hll' nll'lIolI Oil Ib,' .'1.1, dllY 01 JUliO, A, O. IIHI. lit the tollrt: lion... hue nf "WWV4' uf governing sold District. will lie .,,1<1 uf liititl. uf ten ucrea or more,
the (ouolJl ..t Ok".hohro, Steto 01 .Florida to pay tile UWOllut .1,1, for tax.'eoreio NWVi of 1'iv 4. at public Huctluii beginning i at twelte tide to one.liulf, of petroleum and
i.'t "'ti'itte. In tti. .11111.. ., 101l"lb..r with all COlt ot .lIeh edo .lId .,lver.U.1UIl. inn Mwl.v 2473 o'clock nuoii Oil the lat djy of June, tlinv fuiiriha uf nllier liilneriils will
Mold solo In h"lClu It 12 ,UI J o'cluck Noun ftV on M-l. 194-1 at (be front door of the ('ullrtIIvlI.o li" regerviMl liy Trustei'i of the Inter
11"1." ft. tu w In the City of nkeechnhee I mil Improvement. Fund. Enaernentl for
IJ"'II1PTW'II .4ot&01'ST OF TAOF { liiliy II".. Sec Florida cud continuing until said stile mini, rlvlit! uf way '2IH( feet Wide will
1..40\) $. T, H. A. UWNER Ail COST I 4. 8 34U. ft to ll complete In' re"erved hy ;anld Trusloes front
bit :11 _____'00"." 23 85 :IlO: Mrs A. Mnll..v ----------------I 1 MI.ot 17 ft wntcr I,.. A complete Hat of inch .dellniiinnt| lilly /pnrcel Ilirungh which there la an
6 ---------------.3 U 3:1:11I: : ('harlea b. lh'llnwe nn__.._. 144I.41a vi-l. Nerlv ou land la avnlliiblu for puhlla III.".'... I existing sluts toad I and easement for
IS 10 ::11 IIICn 23 3t1 3:1: tIO M. ltyentw _n..n..u. 11,3' mill wnlcr linn Hun during the bimliiei.* huiiri at lIe diiiliinue mid Iniiiiilliiii nnd fur
ot rE'A: ot I 1110 fl, M aj3 ,,,.,.. .. .... .. 0. office of Hie Tn Collector for (tie rimd piiriiimes will be reserved by the
:.E'/----------------4 33 33 20 MfI, Nf'II, l'orle7 __..__....__ 1.44i ft tu llpg ...... 4 33 33 943SO l' rr, Carlton ('ulIlIl)' of OkeeehubPP lu the Court Itiul-d nf 'niiiinlSKliHiers' vf Everglade
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% 00'___ ( 33 33 40 II. .:. Flelils ____.._......____. 2,81 All .. 1 34 ...--........ 591J9S.1 house al Olc "','hulll'e. Florida nnd In.qillrles I trail, isisgu' Dlslrlcl.
040 ,
N 1.1 seree (ifNIv All Martini Scott and Win. I.auce aa tu tile buds Im lulled lu I |).*M rlptlon
ofE 28 83 u 1rItlI.ot All 2 84 30 6.10 Mnrtha Si oil anilScolt Will, I.mice ::111 '41 anld ilelluiiient| lint h)' snaIl or liytelepbuiie Lot, 17. Hlk l I', Wrlgbt & Dais; Hub-
---------------4 : 1 :ti: Jt \\lIk1; ; 00:::::::::::::::::::: I.84 .\11 .._ _._ 10 3 34 ltd ftlfl: Martha .rill Win.m.. I.nnreI.mice :3)85 or I In i person durlug liual dhlhli.n) .

Lot :10 __...._00.00 II) a 4 33 20 II. M. \\'ooh"lI'k ____._00_.__ 1M All .u.nn.. ... '11 34 311 640 Murtlia Hi'oil anil \ 3D.HLull I Lena hours will b. fully answered I li\' l.i.i I II, Hlk '.'(is, Cltr of OkHpchohee
I.ot 24 __........._.. I" a. 3a: II "ute U. ..well _...00..00...__ llHIot All -.._ -_-_-.-._____ 12 34: .10 041 Martha Kcuit uiul 1 \Vm. I.auce 83'43' tbe ufllie of mild 'lux (',,li'ctor. Lou .':2 ,nml I :J.'l. ilk II. HUSH'S Hubdl-
::1'1' ..___._... 1'1 34 a:1: 20 l'ukuowlI _._._..._0000..__.-.. I.M All _..u...._ __. 13 :14 311 B41 MartIni $,'ott uiul \\ ut.ta.. J.lnne 311" I UESSIK Al.UKKMAN, I tlDll.ll,
I..t 13 _...00______.. III 34 3\:10: : 1'lIkllowlI! 00_._.__._______.__. I.M All -. -- 84 30 641 Martha Hci.it uiulKiult \\ I.ancu Jli M.I3D Tax Collector: of Jkeechnbee I 1.111 a, III k lit: shy ,>r OkemhohM
Lot U __....__..___. It! ::44 a3:111: MollY Jlnuk ____.00.....___.____ 1.M All -----_-_00n__.__. 13 14 84 80 643 MurthaMnrtha millKrolt \\'niWin. I.unce 3D.jj. I County.: Florida.NOTHh I..IH' 1. 2 .nnd :II, Hlk 121 II.+ City ..r
1..1 U .____._____... 1"1 U S20: 1. 'il. l'lfrollb.Ullb ..___.._.. 1.M All pxi-rpt nn ill, of 34 3U HO anil 1 uiue ,H.I -- -- .. ..- (Ike.iliInc:
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Lot IU ........._ III 34 3a 20 Im"11 U. Vell.ou .._..._.___.__ 144 -- ---- 30 Mil Martha Scott ouil, 11 to. l.iiip'i.'l .IrT: .\:'\ JI MhKllMl JOB PIK. Ukueliuliic
Lot all ...._..._..__. 29 84 33 20 $1111..1 IT'IIII .__.....__--.._.__ IM 1, 2. 3, 9, I I'OHE 01 lIE IKINO OllltCTION I isle :I, 7. 4 uuil HI. Illk (Ll City nf
Lot :\J __...________. :III S4 13 20 l.v'lIi, .. M. U..hpr ......______.. IM in, 11, SlIt 1, ,AM ('OIl'I.IN1'44.T I|I (Reel'hnliee
Lot 114 __..____...... 11 U as 20 W.I'll.., ii _..____....._.00..00 I.M l.ut.U oct Mii'imun. .Mra I M. T. lee _....___..._._.. :2,31: ,) ALI WHOM IT MAT (OMTHN : I lull 4 tu 2.! In"'., Illk C Wright and
I.ot '7 ._..___n___.... 31 34 33 20 J.:. 1'. 11,1,, U.1'. VuU1.84 0, Hlk 0 I I'llisuniil, to ft*.Him ::1.1 I uf i..iiIi,leI Husa, SulidlvlHliiiiII.
I".t 1J .__.--..___.-- 3t1 8-I a:1: 20 u. U. \vIitr __....__.__..__... I.M l'ulI"IIlnl.d1..lId Illll, .'.o. 5-0; rUaUuZ to i\irgliiile. if Mcur: df HU, if N\M,| of
Lots 11. 24 & 211 I n 13 6/1 llliineb E. Case .._...__.._.__ ..01 r.ot Co. 44.1,)-. 14 Mra. lance Van Toll 41942)) .. :.11. Iniiliiuge IitHlrlit passed by tho LeglaIn N Iv V4 uf M.W, runV 1IH ft. X
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1.ot 1:1: 00_.__.___.__. 4 33 S3 20 U. A. 1Inrbunt ..00..____.__ I.M 0, Blk B, lure uf the Ktula uf Florida at Its HIS ft E: Ito feet, N 1113 ft. Her 20
1.0----------------- 4 33 33:10: Unknown ......__..._._.__..__ I.M Cuiimillilntetl tutl .e..I,.", the Huaril of Cnmmliiiuners 'Iwp :17, lire 33
I\ lot l4 .11 lot Lund Co H D.. 14 lIre. 1II11l1l'bo'all Pull (t943.) : 3.1.1 of bvergladea Urulnage Lila.Irlit l.ut 11, Klk/ 4, Mouthcm Pines' Addl.,

is ---._--:._---..--- II 33 at 80 F. 11. 11I11 __..____...._.__.... 2.13 Hi'It NK cor Oovt It&t< UK bile cniiiii'd tu be prepared a tli'iiI,
Lot 4 _.00....__.____. M 33 33 20 W. E. IirlllIoy ._.._....._...__ IM lot 4, run 8 lIt 4.. ..._. budget showing the debt lenlee F..lulr.'usuIts ,'- 111111 I Iot. 11, Blk 4, Himtuerii I'lni'S Addl

Lot :2 _..__._____..._. II 3;; 33:10: 'lIkoown __._._......__..__.._ 1.11 .uf ft W t.: E stile I uf the nimrlet during tbe Lut U .'
Lit, 3U _._00..__...__ II 33 S3 20 I'lIkno\\ 00_..._.._......_...._ 1.54Lots O 1 e in H n t your beginning on the lat iluj of nest I bin Rib 2. SOlllb'rll, IMnPI Ad.II-
t'rk. HUll ft, N %o"'n"'r") and' ending on (lie Slat duy
8. Blk 8.reoIt'v
( tI 111.1 H 1.) ._____. It, F. Mlflllb "."00__._.___'"- 1.22 iilunir: nlil: Crkto uf the IU"',' dllll( Hctulipr uiul the heennil Luis' 1 AddlllullLuts tn 4 III.,. Illk CVrlgbfi
ilhliloii line I niiuu hun boo placed un file In the
Lii-------------i 15 13 20 O. 0 manch"r.1. ._.___..._.. 1,1).1 of lulu !2. ,1, 4 ofli,'. of HIP Seirelarv of the Olllrh.t.at 4. S ,,".1 I II Illk 2IH) Clly uf
I.ull 3. 4. 13 and U 11 n aa 80 E. It. I\\.uer _....._....... GI: uptirux !ill ft. RinDs 1107 HI.ra'IIe llulldlng. Ml. Ok.',., liul.u-
E Hull' tl .. 23:1S: 30 10 Uwiwm mil, FlorIda vihure the antue may be Luis ].'. 1:1: nml. K Ilk F, Wright
lI\"Iio'C.tU PKK 8-D Operating Co. .___._ ..4S 'Kuinlned und, this li tu notify you mid IliiNa Subdivision,
or loto II *.d It 11 I. IIIot ( ''!'NFII: IIH.HLAMIS, 8-D tbut soul Huaril will meet at auld Luts 4, n. CI I mid H lo 11 Inc. Hlk
:2 Hloek 7 _._._. l'okIlO" .___..__.....___._... Ill ot h'/4 t-ev 0 E of pliiie un Hie Otis dnv uf ..IUIII'- A. 1>. M. Kherslde Purk Aildlllun
Lot 30 HIf'k 10 __00 Ueorllo 'aulk ...._...._........ 1.01 Hit ..h.. .. .._ ...._ I 17Illk 89 11144 at ONE: uclix.lt lu the nfternoon I.II'M 8 i. 4, 7 and N, Hlk 210, Clli, of
1./1 :III .lId 30 Block of auld (Ii)'. (being nut lies t hut, flfleen 4 I kt''i'li,..It.e,
__ ___ ('lIrfor,1 G.'raiil ___..._.__..____ I 1.31 'Lot 1 __. 20 '
12 ....__.. 00 -- --- Murv N. Ennterlv ......._._ 10S dos from the date of the flrnt BO\I III'| (ii. ('ohM II101$ll\FUS' :
: 32 lIlock Lot U __.h_._.___ :20 Lvdla I). Stoneuerjer publliatluii hereof l for the purpnae of'' (IK. MEKIILAHES I : IU1AIN.
I''s': t'"kllnwn ..._..__._._._...__... 1.31 Luta 0 and 111 .. M Miiudu I.. Hull .._____ ...._... 10U hearing ulijectluna and cotupluiiiti AOE: DIM'JKICT
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lot 8 _____.00_.__...... 20 33 .33 20 .7. 1) "nrllbull .._._....___.... 164 l.ula 11 and U -. 30 II. V, Oregdtl ...__..__._-__ .... lw with resppot' to sold budgetllllUdl 'J'III'I'I1'E.:' or. inn IMEU-:
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1.1111 11 .,..1 211 ....20 33 33 40 l'okllOwo ._.._._._..._..._._.. 2.11 Lut. 144 --__--.___ fio A. W. Hayden ____._...._.__... 10 1 OS* OF COMMlSUIOSEKtUF N\l. 1 IMPlloXKMb.M' ri'.MI
l.nt 5, 131k' hun.terland Lulu 11! and 22 .. 74 II nifb, V. ( reen __._......_.. EVEKGLAUL{ Lit A IN. OK. HIE' STATE OF FLOIt.
0.12s. .: Dnlsy JennIngs .'__._.___00. 1.22 1.", 1.1: n________ 7(1HK W. a. II.'I 'otiuld. ..._..__.__.... 10S1.C3 AUK IUS1K1CT.IIv llHy ).\,
1.01. 22 allil 23 IU" 3. .... .....' )tIt-tT: '.' (*.!) \1.lUIt.: 1ENNANT. Chairman HOY It. IU I'I.1m$or.-. Agent
IIr :'\ \oio II 37 II AriEST fur Iruiteei uf
Biiainger flueiiieSi : the Internal 1.,".
... .. Erniiie Kolka ___mu.n_.. 1./12/ Bill Hv; K. :M. THUUOPfl Secretary prutrnient Fund and) tur lluariluf
___. I aa a. 10 Job Wurius ___.__..__....__.. ,92Lltt. I I.-------------. 1 ('
:SlAt or lot 2:1: __.. Lot Kiln I). \oung ...._____...._.. 10S I ISUALI .1111 Ilsienlonpra hvprgludes:
111 ._ ..
2.!
2r.i. 26 and WI, 0000. H liruliiiige Distil, Ukcecbubee
I. Drown .._.___.
._.
of 27 00___.___. I 3n 34 110 H'orllo Tui, .__00___.......... 3 fl9J.ol Lot 1 -..'-'.- ... 33 Mln p. louiiic .. .............. 10i ORDF.K OF PlIILHATION I '.itllily, Flurlilii.NOTHE, .
: : 20 V. E. lel\'llt ...___. .. ... I.MLol. 00. 101 -
11 .00_._.___ 17 a3 U ... OHHIIOItt.K It appearing by affidavit to ihi. mil ---
21 antI'2J 11 31 3:1: 40 A. H. 1)1101. ___........_00_.. 277I Lull CITY uf
ot 14 .____:_:::.:_ 19 U n 211 J. .'. bowl 00_"__"_._'_'_". 1r.. I. 3 0U. .. :3 Aitnea liurrcU _.....__.......... 10S Cnmpliiliil lu a can,oe In peisili a suit In fur the dlyo'p.mod Circuit. 4)k'pq'Ilpe County, 1lurldu.Muv.

1't: 30 ....___...._. 24 as 83 20 1'lIkllllWII ___.______.__..._..00 1.84E I 1.01 7' ---------... 10 Ailn Heron ..............._..__ Court lu anti fur Okeeclmbee list Countv II. 11)44
: '" ot lilt 27 __.__00. 23 ail 33 10 MiiiI.'iitie< 1". henry ___......_ ,92 Lulu .:1 I lu :2(1 Inc ID Hnltle .oui-liy. ... ....__.__ 10Sm Flnrldii, ... Wllllnui K. llor.l.'ll NOTKH H III"UUtilnIi:: tunt
lllknown __.__........_......__ 2 77XF.W l."l 14 31 .00. 'renal
33 40 liii It (
LoU 10 Ind 11 _._ __ 21 ail Lot 11I : -.--".-_-.".-. n"h.t T, Iteasoiifr ............ .D'I I Is cuniplnliiiint nnd llune Ilordeli de Is- ",, I.nun u Xeptlnn I II i.f Chapter
--- n"h.t uf riiirlilu. Arts
I. 3DM J. IttaHoner -------------4|H fendnnt Hint aald defendant I la a lIon l'j)7.
nla 11. ID' ,
OKF.C'IIOInE IIEIOIITitu Lul 1.: __ & 17. Ht-ulnh Klnif __...___._..._..._ 111 resident nf the Mute of Florida : that kmMII us I lie Mritl'in! I ACT. the fol
.- or t:1rio I; M\\' : .: IfIIIk nn___ 131 j lni'. Auitlu, howls .. ..... 301 her ro.ldiMice la 21s Huuknmn, Aveniin. liming' ilcHerilieil 'bind In I Ilkeeihubce
Lut 2 .. .... -- --- ( .
I. A --- -- 187 I n known, _..__........_..__ a North 1errUown. S'w'IIrk.. N. Y.. .unity rinrlilu, will I lie offered fur
0.1
lot 24 111,1 23.. 18 c. C WU.on _____....__....-.. 101I. lot 1 _______.00.. 171 Mn. W. it. n lerroll, Eat ..___. 107 I Unit tliero .la no one I 111 the Mule uf mile at pnldlc uutcrv fur the highest
I."" I. 2. 3 .__. lOB SoIla, Chrl.len."n ....---___.. 107 Lois Loti 1 tn II Inc .. 177 I"nk, +own _n.n_______.____. 440 Florida lip aorvlce of milipooiin upun "uiul In'HI cunli bid, HUbject lu I ho right
__ .._. ____. 1Lots 2 mill II 1US of the ,
41 Inc 3:1: tay: Uohert ---- iiknown 'Irnstepn of the Interim!
42 0000 I III'
1.01. 10 : IIIH
( ) ...__..._..__... 1111 whom wuuld I hind, the defendant :
LUIH,
,
___.____ ...__ 1(17W J nml 3 IDS i '
: InC 3U I okuowli ---- I' nkno iiraicuieiit ,",,1 lu rplwt
34 10 :11 0000 I."t.------- n ((11)43)) _______.._..____ 1.117 that abe I I. above tbe ago of tweutj. /lildH. am and all
of SW neeptItIt 200 r.. S, luruyflll Est ..____.___ one It la therefore ordered that nt the II.\\' .________. 88 13 I 1 n U.I.. holmes ____...._......... II.ME4 Lut!...t 4 IS ..-----.00.... 214 200 H. K. I'adgi'tt ._-_.__...__..__ DM US 'I tI Ii., yean said I :n.is-r.'sl.lelit dofenrlaiit, lto.PHor.h'lI. I mi, the lilt), day uf .111"," 1'H4! hnse.
llii'lit
of SE'4 of 1 ------ Kniiiia; Lou hot nml she In for ruuil right uf "'uv .110 leet
hompaon ...._._ hereby requlreiltu
10.4 33 10 IArtha C. lIuyler ..._.__._. 1.22 Lull 10 11 & 1... 219 nkiiuwu .. SSO i wide will 1 'I."' resened 1 fruiii,
.. nilarCel
.........__.....____ 440 nppenr tu the bill nf cumplnlntfiled ''
1..1.
s,4v40f.c: ::: 14 14 311 40 W..I, DOllwlck, Jr. ....-____. _2.17... lui) 2 l and uii.l .1 ..-...- m I'n known ....__--...........___ 1 Iff In mid cause on or before 17th 'thrutigh will,'b there la un exist lIn,
lOt. 19. Blk 12lI ... .....0&.4Okeeebobee Lot 3 i j.io tiknuwn ....................__ 803 dnv of June .\. 1 I' 1M4! othcrwle the Sllllu llunilN .
,
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., :\ UU
lut 3 ---_-_-__-_-_-_... 243 211) 1'lIkllowll ................____.. 1117 allegntton uf 'aald Hill uf Complaint uf Hires of \\ 10 iicrea of N\Vi4"
h 8. M. Itognri ......_..__.._.. will IIP taken confessed saul' defpiiilnnt S14 IIR lleg, lit pur cniniuuii
Piers SoD __ :.I... e CleInpagne __....._.. 1.52 "III Til OHMOIOIIFE: _. :3 0 aa by 4 tu. .11.HIM, 10 mid 11, 4 Township :M

8'.. ot i lW'4 or NEYaii.l Lot I 1'j; of l.ila 4 & S 1 ltnlih| Nonil ........__. .___.. 219 II In further' or.lered Hint this orderbe "HHh, Kuiige :.1.1 Kant: run t: 147IWSntli.ii .
olW U -
8I. ot S% -------.--. 2 II rl. 1'1 1)71") It 'it'
rburlutte i47e. ft. N 147.....
Thuuipiun .____ .... 1 OS pnlillalied once a week fur four con P.
Luta 2 -
Id 2!1 ___ to 10 lao QOkrM
:. Sarah E. beward ..___......... 7.13 .ecllllve weoks III Ih,. Oke..ebnlieeNews II.I TuntiKlilii I :u Mutitn.,
XIVI4 ..f lid No. 11111I11', :Ci Runt;
211 u ____. _._:_.22 .. U II 'T'. D. Coket ._.__.._.___..__.. 8.11 S-l of; IIOIH-I IIt-ICIIT a newspaper publlihed la laid TIII'IoITI'ES i or 'IHK: IXTER.'AI. .
Muf "" !/, tVI u ('t.tinty and Sliifp
6 l 1'/1 ofSEif lull 1 and i .___ 1 This 1Mb dnv uf May A. I). 1944. :N L IMI'llVI-MiNT: : H'NP
SE ____u_.__ 1 17 U 111 11. Ii. Ihw'lck -..-...-.--.--. 1..8 Lot 3 _.______ 1 Junici Ml lei _.._...._.._._.... 108 (SL.U.) !toy II. 11.\1'I.:1I1'10X I OF Tin: sr.\IE: OK'] rion
si'.'.' ot SW'4 of I lots 10 it I and 00.].' I iiknown .....__...____..___... 10f Clerk Circuit Court 11'MII' '
of Hlk 2. I'purce S.I 113' Si.pbronlii IViin. leputy Clerk I Ki'l: U, KAI T.KUXON. Agent
".E'4:+ it ot 8E'4 I'W\. 1 17 33 20 II, R. n.mrlck -..-.....-..-..- 2.21 lots 22 and 23 I.n Wright _._._._..__.._....__ 1.SS Triisleei 1.1. fund
Hlk fl, Can OkiHH''bubee' (".'UIIO t I "TIui" ,
Ii\l'\/ ot SE ofoI"

\ I, ____ ___. 1 37 U 111 11. E. U.wrlck ...._.__.__..... 1.28 IIlIholllllloll ._ -Irl..... ."..11...,.,..". --..-.-...-..--.._.. "no.loJ >OTIfKoken
"\\" of SW'4 ..f"W >OlTllfK\: 1'INES liuhfe County, Florida. ,
1;,' .._......_ 1 aT n 10 11. E. lIamrlck _._..........._ 1.28 ADIIITlUN: In 11 J7 If May itt, InH+
NOTICE IS IIEKEnV OMEN that

S',;, ot, MW'4 oroIW of l.ula Lot 11 I. 3,.:3 .. 4 8 Hohprt TooleT ____00__...._____ SILl liurHiiiint, to Hectlon 9 of Chapter
1\! ?<\ "of W i lWII1 4 17 II 40 II, E. 1I0mrick _._...._..__.... 1.03 Lul 1. 4 liiullu Mllhuiid __-_.oo_..______ IDS t> 'lii! IIIAM of Horl.ln,. An Ia <'I t I'MT
\\4 --- ------ Clllluii Hunter ..____.......... 101S knuun na the ML'ltl'IIY ACT. and In

$l.t.: : ( __NE'4___..__or_ 2 11 II 11 11. 1$. IInmrlck _._......_...__. 1,2 IU"Mh'KtllKOtK" AUDITIONIII 1J |7 II / ,I rim,"r.llllllr"'Ida. Aet-i of Chapter of I'MI' 2OtI known;. Lawi Ol the of

".:'4 ot ---f II 11 II. E. nlmrlc\ ....__.__.___. 2.28g4 Lot 11 .------... 1 .1. i:\ Rlt+; IDES IH!.\ IN.MJI1HS.: : .
17 !:
:-1 14 ..._...... 2 lot: 0 .... 1 DorIs .....___.___00._-.-_ 1 04 'IHUTir.( HIP fullowlllir, ilescrlbedbinil. .
of IE4'or ... I Lot 7 _. .._ :S Suilln Wllllniiii ..__00..00..__.. ion altnntpil In E\erglmlea Drainage
$F.% & NW 14"f l.ut II 1 --. .... S J. c':. Collln/ ..._____....._._.. Jos IMntrlet. In Olieei.hol.t'e 4'..uisty. 1'l.irliln
SE\4 or t-uIIt., 2 11 al 3\1 II. E. lI.mrlck _.___._._.__.. 2.113 LiiU 1 -to----4 --Inc. nknonn ...................... io will he nfferpil fir cole at nubileontcr

s d SW% ofI'.E I H mid 12 .__ 11 \ for the blithest nud l'i'.l CIIHI|
% _____._._. I 17.IO: R. R. Ihmrlck _..__._......... 1.11f Lot .1 .-_-- .. 1' I'nkuuwn _.._...._._....______. 130 lilil. mihjcit to the rliht of Hie Tru* v
:,'II' of SWI4 or 11I\.R"IUt I'\KK lioia: I.ee 1'earce ....._.._.__.. los toes Iff, thp I Interim,, lmprii\enii I nr Fund Subscribe for The News

"'E'4: _-__.__.._ 2 11 13 20 It. H. namrlck _._..___._._._. 1.11f Lot 4 --.... 11 llnth nnd, Kerhv and. uf the Bunrd of Cuinmlsiloueri uf
of Lots 7, 8, 0 ... ii Morgan ...... 82*
$W14 of SWI4 2 11 II 10 R. E. 111m rick ......_.._...... 1.2 l.ut 0 .-_._.-.. 2i nknown ....__--.............. 2 U
..
._._. ..
$E4 Lots 1 Krnpat Cox .................... 2\11: _.. u.o._ _. _, .. .. ------_. _-----
"' .:'4 ot SEVe of to 12 luc 23 l.rneat: I'ux .................... IM 1IIiWo&ol.lIJ!;rI ('IIJtt 54 5' a IIIO{Il.ll:1D.I.Iill.iJ: J :. :lt.H..I.iJ1'l'JIlImIDII
S E'4 ___--_- 2 aT U 10 10. R. lIamrlck .._.....__...... 1,28vv IIKI-KI IHItFF U.:, tI.III"ltST: j'j'I
:s % or- NE! otsw"t 4'O''M 8-11 of (lor lot i g* 17 II

SWI;. of& N4 N7.\ of 2 11:11: 44 R. R. 1I.lIIrlck ........._._..._ a.1I3 '' All Hlotk) Block U I le_.i ..lull. j liiknonn, ..._..__-..._____..__. 118 I WITH MONEY ORDER COSTS INCREASEDYOU I

4 $w.v4 ot NW'4 of I'I'IoWI I 11 nnd 1. _... I'nkuuvn ..._.._._.___......-_. 138
:: % & W/s of SAVE EVEN
"W\4 of NWI4 2 17 13 I' It, H. 110m rick ..__....._...... 2113 IIKOn.MM.I. ADDITION MORE WHEN YOU
I'ta' U mid 13 ..
!\ E'of 9wy4 .r I MKUillT'X" HK.ST ADDITION .jarv I.uugblln.. Eat .._..... 14.03
!s----------- 2 IT U 11 R. Fl. IInmrlck ......--.-..-- .1.28i
i l.ut II) .
:" of "W% ot Lulu .', :| \ 6 ... 11 13 Albert E: . iW'4 -____-_ 2 IT 13 20 It. E. lIamrlck __.._._.._....._ 1.97.1A loin' 111.) U. M .. 14 Florence' Odoni ____.___.._ lolj : PAY BY CHECK
:'. of- SE'S of UKII.Iir'N 1IIIKU ADDITION I'uknowu; ____........__... .Y.T 3 u
SW'4 .._._.__ 2 IT 15 20 It. E. IIlmrlck .._._._..__...__ 2.91 Lot 11 _
I y. T.Branll ..............,.... 1,OS

I 9u. W'4 of "E______ot.. 2 17 a3 20 It. 1':. IIntllrlek _____._.... ,._.. 191i M'LtTTtll: lut 3 W J.Aio'1J8lI"vt otbkp.'li.l.i

i !\ IV t. ot SWI;, of .

, S E'l IoIW\4 of .NW'4_._.. ._of_ 2 17 U 10 K. E. lIamrlck .._...._.._.. ..1,2 <:\E 20S.7 cur of ft W ABtg \of'. 21 37 33 2 J. A. Daugbtrv __....-..... 12S "Special Checking Account checks have long i

I\W'41 NW'4, ofE' SWV4 been most economical method of bills
,. or NW'4 10 11 II 29 R. E. "nmrlck ................ 2.27I 'ut II".1) I-WV4 ft. M run 2087 W a paying

MW ot SW1,4 of ,.. ; and With increasing
I SE'1 __ _..__ Ie IT 13 10 'nknowlI, _..........._._....._. 2.25 ft.:i'UsT KMS.1: ft. N transferring money. government

I EV, of NE14 of P.etf 1.-....It.1 ft.8 of 21 37 33 1 Jamea 1iIo', ....._..._.__..... 2.1' .'1 money order costs 66 2-3 % "Special
I\WI{ a: E"," of 1"r ."' .3< At...rt I > ... ,
SI'4 ot I'i\V% 10 11 83 40 H. E. lIamrlck _..._........... -:563 of SW',4.uf run fcKli W Checking Account" checks at the same low cost :i4

Wtot NPJof :'W7 ft. 8 SO ft.
SW'1 NW'4of' K :20S.7 ft. N gave you more than ever before. Compare the
SE\4 of 60 ft 21 31 33
' SW'4 .--..-. 1. aT $8 20 n. B. namrlek __.............. 2.579Y14 Jtmci Stiles 24i : tables] below] :
IIf RE\4 of BESSIE ALDKKUAN,
I :W" .___.....-. 1. 31 II 10 11. R. lIamrlck .._..__._...._ 1.2 //YO; 1J ;'''ii'! Tai Collector of Ukeecbobve 'i
AIL ftr ett'lZ; .t County.
.
'&m-4. : :" _:... It 87 II 2$ B. J'3. Iiamncit ___.....__..._._ 191 -- -.Flurlda t Amount Old Cent New Coat Coat of Check on Amount ..or.K

B <4, of NEV4" .... 11 37 SI W n. 1$. Hamrlck 00...__...______ Uti Legal Advertisements '
of of of
l> THE ('IRn IT COURT OF TilE I g{ Money Money Money Special. Checking Toe ;
*FI/L .t NW1,4 ''
NIV------ 11 37 35 10 R. E HsmHck ____...._....... 1 21 NOTICE OK ANNUAL MEETING OP NINTH MOKIUA JIDICIAL IN AND CIKC11T FOR OKt.K.OF f Order Order Order Account" Save "

XI I.AND-OU'NKKS OF KAOIK BAT tlJOUH. (
;
OINTV. IN flliMERV: !
.01-1 2.59 6c8c lOc S Me
fcwi.1o8fEVf.! _. 11 37 S3 S> K. E. Hnmr.ck. .......___...._ 293 Nlli.I NOTICE):KINUK D1STHICT. fane No. KM
IS hEREBY U1VKX tb.l.punu.nt hELEN I', ISRAEL: 2.515.00 I
SW14 of NW of i lie 7 M
:NV4 .-._....... 11 37 35 10 B. E. H.mrlckWV1 ._.............. 128 Supervl.orto of call Eagle of Bay the Sub-Drain-Board of Plaintiff.VI
5.01. 10.00 lie13c 19c
p Only EachREGARDLESS 12 I-lc
of NEW of ago UUtrict. the annual meeting of CI'KTIS ISRAEL' 2.3c
:?\ '''''{ the landowner of Eagle Bay Sub- Defendant 1J "
l'iw\4\ KNW .. 11 37 SS 20 B. E. Hnmrlck ................ 2,27 Uriiluiige Platrict fur the year 1944 OlDER TO APPEAR 10.01- 20.00 22c IS l.Se
$ of of will be held In tbe office of tbe To Curtis Israel Addren
1,1 HWH. __._._.__.___.. I lIT nknown : I tO.Ol. 40.00 SIc 25e 18 1-Sc
...__. 11 3T 33 20 R. B. Hamr.ck futility (.inrnieelonprs In the County It flppenrluK from the afflda\lt of

% *ot .".TJl. 11 ST 33 10 B. E. Hnmrlck .....__...__.._. 1.28 Court In the City House of of ukeucbobee okeechobw Florida County on Plulutirt ou filed the 24tb In the doy above of April.enlltl.dcaUMO 1V44. 40.01. 60.00 18e 30e 2S l-3c

SWV. of NV'of Thnrmlay, June 1. 1V44. at 10 :30 tbut the present addreia and pluce ufrealdenct 60.0180.00 20c 3lc of the amount 27 1'Se
$ 8 N/ cluck A. :M.. Enatcru War Time fur of the defendant la unknown
SW$ of HW !! 11 37 33 20 II. L. Payne ..__...._JL......_ 227 the purpose of: and that the ilvfendaut hat Ithor tO.01-100.00 22c SIc SO l.Se
1. Llw.tlii' SnpervUor* for term of bevn absent from the Htate uf Florid
"N-EH oRfEMEMf.. 12 37 83 5 B. E. Hamrlck ......._._.__... 123 OIIH (1)), two (2) and three (3) yean for more then Ho days linmvdlulelv
or NE'4 of reaiwtlvely preceding Ibo filing ut the Hill uf
'"NE' of foE; % .. 12 37 33 B B. E. Hninncic ....____.._-_.. 121 2. K.echini annual reportS and Complaint In soUl cause or hat thj
_.1\1 of NE% of taking such uetluu with rvipvct thereto Dulunilunt cuuceula hlmaelf |., tOut he Pay your bills by using the "SPECIAL CHECKING r

12 37 33 10 It. E Ilumricic __._.._..____. 1.28 aa tbe landowners may determine; cannot bu personally served with process available] Okeechobee
the
NWV4------- ACCOUNT" at
and
anil tint there la no person III
:NwY4 .-___...__.- l2IT: 35 10 n. E. Hnmrlck ._....__.__.._. 12S 3. Trananctlng mitch other bualnem the State of Florida upon bi>ui the F Bank. '
or NE'4 of .. may come before the meeting.UOAKll ervlce uf pruciwa would bind soil County

N\v' _____...... 12 n 33 20 B. E. Il mrck, ___....._.._... 107 OP bl'l'KUVISOR1), dLieiiilont and that aald d*iulitut laowr
VL of NWVt ._.. 12 37 83 80 It. E Hnmrick ._......._._.._ tI.111 OK BAG: IB IIA V 81Bli ; the agu+ of 21 yeara .
*>l.: SE'4 of It A I.NAUR: DISTKICT.y I .1 If. Iher..t.r". Ordt'inl Hint tbj I Iti
N!'wi5f ....___..._. 12 37 33 10 B. E. Hnmrlck ._....._...._. 12* JA.MKS 1' HKEDER defendant Curtis Isranl appear( here"
of Preiidentl \ I in on the fitb day uf June, lull tu the I
\VI of SE\4
I"" W' .. 12 87 3a 20 It. E. lInmrlck __._._..._.___._ 1.11'1 lull nf compliant IIf the auld Helen
-- :\ TIlE (IIUIIT tot KT ()FTIIRnINTtl :
ol- ofIIW'4 larnel filed aidiliiMt }'uu In ibo tcI I Okeechobee County

E\'t .NEI4---_-... 12 a1' 33 10 R. 101. IInmrlck ....__._._._.._ 128 ?t'I.ORIII1:11 IUHU\I.: AM IIKCIIT t'oK OKt.E.IIOIKK OF. of Okeo'h the ,,Cleik",.. County of the, Circuit Hurlilfl,Court un ;I"j i. I It
NIi. of SE'4 ofw'4 '
$ ._______, __ 12 aT 33 10 H. E. Unmrlck ___..__.___._... 128 EVA( MAE: TIlOMl'SON( OIN'Tl. IN, CIIINCLKY, order 201 h day be |I"hll.h'd uf ,April 14 In+4 I.Tbu mid Okneiboliee tbut this I
:s N,1 of 8W'4 of
II vy4 ___.___._... 12 aT 33 10. n. H. 1I1111Jrlek .....___._.___. 128 I'I\iliitlft vs.FRANK, News, a iiuuipain'r' piihlliibu'l In void : ,

SW'4 of SW'4 of A. THOMPSON.: I 1 Okeeibobee week fur four Cuunty: eonsi'cutlvg Klurld'i.week once b,tf. Bank

ilW'4 of&Sofitw'4 1'\\1. _. 12 3T a3 ao It. E. nnmrlck ___..__._...__. 2.9S iM'fondunt.NOflCK. TO ..4I'l'EAR'l' I, der fore mid,,the lI11th'p.Wl'J'NESS return. Uuy stated In tbU or. t !

E', .or NW'4 of () KUVNK A. 'ilJOMl'SON: I:! .
bund and the ef
1 I\\\4\ .._.___._.. 12 a1 a5 20 U. B. nnmrlrk __._..._._._ IOTNW'4 SHIP Y A IDII. old Court thIs my Sin' iluy of Miy Seal, 1044,

of NE\4 of 1'OltTR.MUL'IH. VIRGINIA. I at Ukeet'lioUeiHtnt! Slid County
81'4 __._.______ H aT M 10 .,. r. 8tnwe _.__._.__..__. 1.28 \oii ore hereby ordered to appear to afureinld. Phone 15
101\1 v. --_--_.. lit a1 3G 183 J', F. Quinn ...._.._.__..__.._ 12.1\0 the Hill of Cumplulnt for divorce (Meal;
lJ.oq 2M It W of filed ugnlnac you by Eva .Mae Ubninn- ROY ft. UAI' .Elti ,10.1 cor of tiE" aOl1 lu the nhove Htylcd cause on or Clerk Circuit Court of
I.f NE'4 ofr..b liefure the fitb day ef June, A. I>. Okeechobee County, P'loilJn Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit

:'{. r"n II lnfl. 1444 I. nllierHl e thti alli'gatlona uf ton by Supuroulu I'mso, 1), C.
W 68 It )IIIfI'i Bill nt fuiiipliilnt will Lu taken atlunreaiwd 40--It Insurance Corporation

Ct. tJ 011 (t.. 20 rr M '4 t'nkllown .___.____.___.._ 2.4'1 iiiialnat you. ----- .V-. "- .. -
Thla order Khull bu publlabeil acriirdlng -
:
\VII. ot NWI4 .f' NOTICE OF T.\"I: ,....L.: OFFICERS AND
to law
In Thn
ikoeeholiee DIRECTORS
(
:Jr ..._..... :
11'4 ---_-__ 20 31 35 20 W. H. Kpnnn 1.97i Newa. It ncwiimper of general clrctiliitlun tor Delinquent IB 11 ErrrgladxiDrnluuir ,

NW""('lit" ot lOll 8914!t.W.... 28 81. 38 aT M..ihIui P. Mnler -............. ..3:1: 1 .liiinlneii, having In tbu lia) principal vf pbue of Notice li hereby. DUIrlit glrrn T....that. nil C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAT CARKOLL VlcPr ildent
Est ...... County UkevcbuIMM -
O..t lot II .----.. 23 al 3G\I:: \V. A. !IIooI.uek -- Htate of Klurldn. laud duiluiiumil mi JUlie lot, 1U4I fur
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