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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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News of Our Boys,! Chief Women J. H.to Carter Investigate Urges Mrs. Mary M, Bass, State Attains Welfare New Board Peak In I Fifth War Loan Drive Will Begin June 12



in Various Camps.! Opportunies in WAVELink Dies At Her HomeIn Old-Age Assistance And Continue Through July 10; Girl

trainer instructors, aero- Jacksonville June 1.--SpecialThe >-

At Home & Abroad : graphers' mates, and aviation Orlando May 26Mm ', state welfare program has Scouts Already Busy; Quota Is $67,000

machinists will be In the van attained a new peak, followingthe

guard of women occupying Im I distribution of additional old- -

John Lewis, cook second class, portant positions In the coming :Mary M.: Bass died at her age assistance funds and the Drivers Warned to Be The Fifth War Loan Drive will

will leave today to return to the age of aviation, Chief J. II. Car home at 201 W, South Street in Or. \1 opening for Investigation of all Careful of Children get under way In Okeechobee Coun.

Naval Training camp at Golden ter of the West Palm Beach Recruiting lando Saturday morning, May 26th applications for aid to dependent During Vacation Time ty and all over the nation on Monday .
Meadow La., after spending a ten Station said today.In She had been suffering from a heir I
children filed not later than June 12. Already the Okeecho-
day leave here with his wife, ailment for about two yean and had ,
local womento
e a I urging young been confined to her home line I April 1, State Welfare Commissioner Tampa June 1.-"Four hun bee Troup of Girl Scouts are workIng -
the opportunitiesof
investigate Leland] W. Hlatt
announced -
dred thousand will
Staff Sergeant Albert Burke, Jr., 'I service in the women's reserve last October. She became seriously children soon on the sale of them here.
here today
left Wednesday to return to Camp ill two week before her death. be romping everywhere celebrating -
of the Navy, Chief Carter In Okeechobee County, Halt The quota for Okeechobee County
their summer holidays not
after a' ,
Van Dorn, Miss., spending
week here with his parents :Mr. and pointed out that the training, Mri. llass was born Mary Martha said, combined old-age assistance, thinking of acldents," says Asher for this drive has been set at $67,.

Mrs. Albert Berka, Sr. $gt. Berka ranging from six weeks to six of Simmon at Conway, Florida, Jan. aid to the blind and al) to dopen- I i Frank, Director of the Florida 000.00 of which $28,000.00 will beE

expects to be transferred to Nero months, prepared the WAVE Ju, 1S04. Shu was married to J. C. children grants for May Safety Council. Bonds. E Bonds represent the

Hampshire upon his return to camp. today for good peacetime Jobsof Bass at Kissimuee October 24, 1880.ilr. gated $3,091.50 or at the alZgrE"1 I "Now is the time for all drivers small denomination and Is for savings .

o s 0 the future.Applicants Ban died December 7, IMS. $37,098 per year. I to be on the alert for those .
he explained] arc Orlando thirty- Hiatt referred to the recentstatement I
('apt. Charles L. Raulcrs.m who They moved to over I youngsters. Have your brakes

i. stationed at Camp Murphy, Hob* required to have two years of five years ago, before there was a of Governor Holland I I I checked keep your speed down, Allen Markham, Okeechobee Coun.

round was a visitor spending some' high school, be between the ages paved street in the city, and opened that "I'm sure the whole welfare ,!watch your tires. Don't spoil ty Chairman of the War Finance

time her Monday afternoon. He! of 20.36 and if married have no r restaurant which they operated program Is In the best shape It I j these children's vacation by Injuring Committee it making/ all arrange.

was en route back to Camp Murphy'after minor children. They may contact for about five yean before tiny has ever been," as a distinct I them; don't ruin your life I< ments for the drive with committees .

spending several days in Or. the Navy Recruiting Station lurtcd a dairy. She carried on thi compliment to the members of by having on your consciencethe, 'I
West Palm already appointed and ready to
lando where he went on business for post office building. dairy business after his death and 'the State Welfare Board and the knowledge that you have Injured

the army camp. Beach. -till''1 owned It at the tir.i. of her l District boards and staffs. Governor a child when It could have been I I get under way on the morning of

V-n.- --- diath. I he said had commended I prevented by following everyday June 12th. He announces that the

.- i Basket Dinner Is hoard and staff members for doIng simple] safety rules" committee has arranged for prizes
Allen Markham Was Funeral services were held at thegrey
a good administrative lob V to the Girl Scouts selling the most
Hand Funeral Chapel in Or-
Elected Director of
I and hd given them credit for
Vegetable Growers'' Given In Honor of ,aiulu last Sunday afternoon with I the progress that has been Funeral Services bonds The prizes to be awarded

j 1) Fred L. Turner, pastor of the) made will be $7.GO for the highest, $3.00

At th'e meeting of the Florida I Brethren PastorsSunday I I. rat :Methodist Church, of which E. H. Hunt of Okeechobce Is Held WednesdayFor to second and $2.00 for the third. .
member, In charge. Interment -
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egctable Committee held in Orlando <' was a the Okeechobop County memberof The $87,000.00 for this county Is

Wednesday morning, Allen Markham I I was at the Oak Hill cemetery the District 10 Welfare Board. Mrs. Vickers the highest quota it has had in any

was elected as one of the dl'l :May 'I*, : basket dinnerwas at Kisstmmee. ." During the current fiscal] year ,, of the War Bond Drives but It Is

rectors to serve during the held at the Church of the Survivors are three duught-rs: Iliatt said the average oldagoeran expected that the
county will again
season. Mr. Markham is a member Brethren, in honor of Rev. and Mrs. lira II. T, Baas, Sr., Okeechobtc, has been Increased from Funeral' services for :Mrs Ola

ot the firm of Markham Brothers F. M. Hollenberg and son Edward, tire George Duren, Orlando, and I S14.67 to $23.8-1 per month for Clayhrook Vickers 64, who died go well over the top In this driveas


Brothers Canning Plant here.In wood social time was had and the I daughter In-law, Mm. Clint Bass, i as nearly] current as possible.] It at 4 p. m. Wednesday from of bonds The slogan for this driveis

discussing the meeting held In I Hollenbergn were presented with a Okeechobee; six grandda ijchtcri" Is hoped that aid to dependent the Primitive Baptist church. Elder "Everyone is expected to buy one

Orlando Wednesday :Mr. Markham suit case by the church. Robert La :Marguerite Bass Alice Bass and children Investigations wllbe\ 0. K. Sheffield of Fort Pierce offl'elated extra hundred dollar bond."

stated that many important mattersfor Martin made the presentation Sylvia Bass all oC Okeechobee Mrs current by August Commissioner and burial was in Okeecho --VDrainage

the good of the vegetable grow speech. v Oscar Tyson Narcoosee, Mrs. A. K.ll.lton J Hiatt said. bee cemetery. Mrs. Vickers had resided

elM were discussed at the meeting. Rev. Hollenberg has faithfully Fayetteville North Carolina, I In Okeechobee for the last 25 Board

y served this church as pastor for and( :Mrs R. U. Rampey, Tampa;

Citizens to Vote On nearly five years, although he never two frrariisons '.ot'i .r, the U. S. i Replacement Parts years

made his home here but livd In Se. AIM.V.J Edward' Ray Babe, Same- I Widow of the late William Vlck- Approves Plans

bring lie was unable to continue where In England un i ll, r. Raid, :! Are Now Available era who died In 1929 she Is survived
Amendments Next .because of 1U. health. by five sons! P. B of Alexander
the The dinner was also in honor of three treat-grand laughters and I II For Motor VehiclesIncreasing City, Ala., 0. R., T; H.; 1.? K"and, l.

November Election the new pastor and wife Rev. H. P. I two sisters, Mrs. Anne Prevail of\ Bryan, all of Okeechobee'; three -
\ from Mrs J. F. Louthan, Okee The Board of
here
Garner who have com I Pinecastlc and :Mrs. LIaloJ Ban of daughters Commissionersof

Pioneer, Ohio, after having aervedat St. Cloud. j emphasis must be I chobee; Mrs. N. L. Same, Fort Everglades Drainage Districtat

Tampa June 1 While most that place for seven years. :Mrs. Bass was well known, not; placed on the maintenance and Pierce; Mrs. Sam J. Williams, jr., a meeting In Miami Friday approved -

"veryone is familiar with the so- At the morning service Rev. Hoilenbcrg only In Orlando but most of south rehabilitation of trucks, buses New Smyrna; a brother Tyler Clay. the new refunding plan .
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Installation brook, Alexander City Ala., and two for ,bonds of the
rolled "anti-closed] shop" amend preached the Florida and the love and esteem oft and passenger cars in the month district and the

ment to be voted upon at the sermon, after which Rev. Garner her friends was shown by the. many;I! ahead If there is to be no bog- sisters Mrs. W. J. Crow, Alexander new plan is to be put Into operation -

general] election In November, gave a short sermon. beautiful floral offering. sing down of the nation's transportation City and Mrs. D. W. Gilliam of as soon as possible.] The

few voters are Informed concern I The Hollenbergs and Garners V machinery. Ed Row Choudrant, La., and nine grandchil plan will save approximately

other amendments that will the India Mission dren. $686,000 In interest if the new
ing served together on
"The Irish Question" Is land, District Manager of the
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appear on the ballot next fall. field a number of years ago. .Office of Defense TransportationIn Pall bearers were Albert and H callable bonds which are to be
ll much Latest March of Time Issued are paid off at the scheduled -
the at large Rev. Hollenberg's leaving
Although public I Tampa declared yesterday, J. Harden, W. R. Tomllnson, V. E
has heard little] about them as regretted by the entire membership, This ; Llghtsey, R, L. LIghtsey and Arlie time.
month's March
of Time, "
Into "It Is evident, he emphasized The new plan which was
yet, office holders who may be but we welcome the Garners "The Irish very Underfill approved -
Question, becomes "that the demands of by Governor Spessard
their church and community.
affected by passage are our V
amendments with doubly Interesting and Import. the war will prevent any extensive Holland and several of the cabinet
viewing two CARD: OF"THANK: 4 ant because It Is probably the Engineer DraftsmenAre members
] bond
real concern for if the people] replacement of civilian automotive permits a
approve of them It may be the We wish to express our thanks last film to come out of Irelandfor :j vehicles during the month) Wanted For syndicate, the B. J. Van Ingen
and heartfel appreciation! to our some time. It shows Ireland Government PositionsThe David-
ahead. The few trucks and buses Company and ance and
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first step In a statewide elimination ft. .1. L ...__ i ,
of offices. many kind iricnfs and netKnborsfor aa 0"es today-inflexible in per that can be built will be neededfor I son, to advance funds needed to

many their many acts of kindness ex. determination to remain neutralat critical replacements." United States Government payoff the principal amount
The questions are offered the the cost, and living under
pressions of sympathy and for any 'needs draftsmen to work on the' outstanding with the Reconsruc-
voters by the last ]legislature dirrctly beautiful floral tribute in the sickness practically wartime conditions- The stockpile of new ,1942 construction of maps posters tion Finance Corporation and to

affects only three coun and death of our beloved mother stringent rationing, rigid censor- ,I model trucks and automobiles praohs and technical plans the purchase some $219,000 In recalcitrant ]-
ties, Hillsborough, Orange and Mrs. Ola Vickers shin and curtailed travel. has been practically exhausted.
,
I Civil Service Commission announced bonds which have never
Dade but actually may start a I' THE VICKERS FAMILY: When March of Time sent director I The 1944 schedule of new manu I Ii today. These positionsare been> brought forward under the
statewide trend toward a wholesale
Len Lye and cameramanBob facture Includes 64,000 medium
-- -- -- in 1941 After
i In Washington D. C.. and plan approved
consolidation of county Jobs Navarro weight trucks 24,000, heavy,
I Naval Recruiting Officer I Into Ireland travel In other parts of the country. which the district supervisorswill
without Increasing compensationof Okeechobee) had not yet been suspended. By trucks and 28,000 trailers, Only
Will Be in Salaries] are In proportion to Issue new callable] refunding
those officeholders required about 25 of these trucksare
the cent
time had
they photographedthe per
work bonds In the amount of some
On Tuesday June 13th the responsibility of the
to take on additional duties. thousands of feet of nega scheduled for production during half million dollars
and qualifications required. four and a
The constitutional amendmentsmust tlve that go to make up '"The' the first half of 1944, and The
Specialist Robert W. Wendell of Those appointed at the entrance which Is still outstanding.
be voted upon state-wide, Irish Question," it was evidenta no resumption of passenger car $90-
the Navy Recruiting service will a" rate must have had a high schoolor district will provide some
regardless of the fact that they crisis was impending. Had they production Is now contemplated.
rive In Okeechobee Tuesday, June college course In drafting or 000 as refunding expense money
affect only three counties 1.1: and establish headquarters at lingered, they might have been "If this production schedule Is three months' experience In but In return will secure a lower
The Hillsborough amendment, cut off from return to MOT's measured against a normal] and will have callable
the post office from 1 p. m. to 6 drafting; more education or experience Interest rate,
which observers predict will pass London offices. accumulated, demand for more which RFC refused to
of bonds
m. While h. will\ discuss matters or a combination
because there is no serious opposition p. The most vivid scenes in the I I than a million trucks alone] ," and will eliminate the
pertaining to naval Service with both Is required for the higher Issue
\ to It, would eliminate all film show de Valera addressingthe I said Mr. Rowland, "it Is obvious small amount In
those who care to contact him, special I paying positions.No comparatively
tax collection offices of municipalities Flanna Fall, reiterating his I that no truck owner should be I outstanding bonds which have
attention will be given to wo written test Is required,
within the county, re Insistence on Ireland's rejection I encouraged to expect that he of considerable]
submita been the cause
men who desire Information concerning but each applicant must
quiring the county tax collectorto requirements for the Rsvy'sWAVES' of nartlclpatlon. TO back up his ': will automatically obtain a new sample of drawing and letter litigation for the past several
perform the duties now han defiance, the Irish Arrry is seen j truck as a replacement for theI
Demonstrating In relieving I ing with his application form. years.
dIed by municipal offices withIn at maneuvers the vigilant coastal worn out or outmoded truck of the flat four per
this Instead
for
I There limits
men for sea duty, that they can are no age
amend
the county. The same patrol policing Irish waters. which he now owns. examination. are cent Interest on the RFC bonds
maintain shore station Appointments
efficiency at
ment would eliminate such municipaltax dutieson jobs women for this branch of the Perhaps the most Importantscenes those I Despite this pessimistic out i! made In accordance with War the new bonds, o be Issued In
placing in the film are
assessors look, however there Is a brighter Commission policies $1,000 denominations will carry
service needed In Manpower
are greater num. I
the! shoulders of the countytax whIch' show Ireland's] unofficial I rates: 780 at 3.75,
side. The replacement parts stabilization the following
and
bers. Open to women 20,38, basic employment
the ampndmentpassE's. United Na- I
the
If to
contributions
assessor. 'situation Is better. With a more 2210'at 3.50, 920 at 3.25 and 690
would all qualifications are simple. For In addition programs.
pay dines war effort
taxpayers
adequate supply] of parts which Qualified not employed at 3.00. Of these 3,550 are. callable
-- -- -- -' -- persons
their taxes In one office and to her contributions of food and 1 should be available this year, the In war work should get In 690 after two years at 1OT,
their assessments both city and r'cord-and give their duties to labor, hundreds of thousands of I 1940
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J: nation's trucks and automobiles formation and application forms 920 after five years at ,
county, would be made up by the clerk of the circuit court.If \her sons are in the British Armv. I all lessonp.quartE'r
can be kept In operation by from Mr. O. E. Myers, Regional I after 10 years at 104
the Dade- amendmentpasses because
the county assessor. Orange "The Irish Question
minimum overhauling and by Fifth U. S. Civil Service per cent premiumeach
Director
,
The amendment for Dade and it will be more than 'lust of Its exclusive material-with Althoughthe
maintenance. Office additional year.
regular preventive New Post
Orange go further and would a straw In the wind. It will bean the travel shut down not likely .Region bonds Is
While this Improved situationwill Building, Atlanta 3, Georgia, price set on these
Incentive for legislators from gives a timely]
eliminate! all county prosecutorsand to he duplicated-- definite
will be It gives a purchase
not mean that there from first or second-class post above par
solicitors giving their duties large counties to reduce lobs' anA and revealing picture of present- cannot be
a generous supply of parts on offices or from the United States price which
to the state attorney's staff consolidate offices. day Eire. 'I I to
every dealers shelves for all vehicles Civil Service Commission, Waspmust raised If conditions continue
1949 the tax collec While Interest will naturally
In
ou ,
wipe
the supply should permitof be filed\ with the Civil Improve In the district.
office and require the clerkof center on the "anti-closed shon"amendment : T alyeurWarBondbeylagtbreogb
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tor's ftII II a family scar an orderly overhaul of essential Service Commission at Washing The refunding syndicate Is also
circuit court to assume the public should I
this the work; wipe out three clerks'lobsin study all mendments so as to be OIl the payroll savings plan on a trucks said Rowland. Ington 23: D. C., and will be ac-, requiring/ that\in reserve'the district but
which means flf cepted until the reeds of the keeps $500,000
criminal court thoroughly familiar with them family plan
the
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Okeechobee County, Florida ,

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MRS. GEORGE C. MARSHALL

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WASHINGTON T>. C.: General
George C. Marshall's wife foundedthe
Grandmothers League as a roll .
of honor for grandmothers who buy
War Bonds for their grandchildren.Mrs. .
Marshall herself buys Bonds PRINTINGI
and stamps regularly for her three
grandchildren, Tupper Bro\n, age
1, Jimmy Win 2. and Jimmy's
sister Kitty 9 months.
"Those Bonds fight for America
today,"Mrs. Marshall said In Wash I
ington. "When they mature they .:
will bring to the coming generationthe I
educational and other privileges

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War Bond League Give Your Order to

Mrs. K. C. Henkle of Kenton. Ohio
doe more than her share of war
work. She and her husband run
two farms at maximum productionand
with almost no outside help. In
addition, Mrs, Henkle Is chairman ,
In her township for War Bond sales
for the Red Cross and for the combined
scrap paper and grease sal
vage campaign. She Is also a writer
and has composed poems for War ,
Bond and Red Cross program over
Stations WMRN, Marion and WLW
Cincinnati.
Mrs Henkle who has an Army ,
son a Navy son and an Army son-
in-law enthusiastically endorsesMrs.
George C. Marshall's appealto
grandmothers to buy Bonds forrr .


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takes turns buying Bonds for her
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from 4 months to 11 years. "Those
Bonds" she sayi, "will\ help educate
the children and set them up \ ,
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What'lfUl I Wa4 I. N. KKNMIDY: Director
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Rev and Mrs. H. P. Garner of Nul Ice I I. ,
which Is an age-old industry of A Rural Electrification has made heri'liv KlM'll Ihutla'k
s Vlti'hi II. Imldir. of Tin ('en Invale So
Pioneer, Ohio, have arrived In OkeeJ prominence In Florida and other great strides during the past ten I 117.1: iHKiieil the, :Jr,1) iliiv of .I'h'"I.r| :
chobee and will make this their Southeastern states. But never ) yean, bringing to thousands of farm ,\.. i.) I'.iJx\ linn Illeil Willie In muf.' .
fli him iniitle nppllf iitlmi for it TnliiMil \
home. Rev. Garner Is the new pastor before In history has the necessity home the conveniences of their city In ho IMKIICM, thereon bald| | Certlfluile .
brothers. Today, however, copper i'i>ilinn'' ... the following ilvHI
of tho Brethren Church here.
for added production beenas wiring\ fixtures-all the materials 'ribi'il |properly( In, the I'ouniv .>..fUkw'chnh.'e
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urgent as now. Increases 1 v which are required for rural electrification lot 11 mid 1.'. (Ilik. 41, City ..r
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Allen Markham will .
leave next through the use of sharp tools, are "out" for the duration. Ofcee< 'holiep
week for Georgia where he will 'I'In' inm'nniiii.nl nf. milil I Properly nn
applications of sulphuric acid ill'r until., t'er11f1.dn' leaned, was In the
spend several days attending to and frequent careful collectionof & 'nniiii "I1 Mm (,iiiriri'. Mull
I InhHH inild Certilliiile iiliiill, In n.iliilinil '.
business. ,
gum are suggested by forest iiccnnllnir to Inw (irnpirtv, ilvirllinl Jo
-0- Ilii-reln ilnill he mild' to the
LII\ ; hlithmt huller nl' tin minimum door

Rev.Wednesday and Mrs.afternoon E. M C.'Dunklinleft for West ers.Add to this the fact that lumber 'a n:.h"liWI[ \\\I I: II..tl: In the the:!.Iril liionih iln\::: :if nfli :

stocks have reached an all- 1 .'I h'. 11141.liiitnl .
Palm Beach after spending several I Ihla let l dill of .June VIIIMvAI.
time low and that most of 1944 "' ; .) UdY It. 1t.\I'UUIIIIX I I
days her with friends They visited .
Clerk Circuit Court ofuket'chube
needs will have to be met by '
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their son there several days before
mr. .
I I'm! production and the need w: -
returning to their homo! In Palatka. ,e ,
Ol- M'l't '
f for additional! forest production swa .o'rlF: ( \TIDN
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li more clearly evident The IIIWH of 11)11IK
Representative W. J, Hendry returned ., 3 "nth. .e lnrih\t vl\en\ that II. 'I 1'
t his home here United States Department of Agriculture r.p + + v ...t. ,tuna,, hold of Int (Vrtirii'.,it.'H'i
to Wednesdayafter
says that more than HIIN! nml fired IKMIH.il I tin I Till 'Iv I ,
"I t spending several days the first is .d I Inly, .1. li. 1H1! him flliil HIIIIII 'In
ROCOO additional workers are The farmers ef the nation, how in\ ...If"11": / ininli iiiillintliiii| for.
of the week In Tallahassee and Jacksonville .
II i lux Hfiil In he limucil Unreinill.I
needed before autumn in lumbering alk ever, can start now buying rural ,, ..
(
I Vrliriiuli iniliruce the rnllnuInv
t. where he went on business. electrification and all the equipment
f I and pulpwood operations iwr h''rll",1 prupirtx In the Ibuuty
-e- b r.4ti which goes with it through purchase .if nkimhiiliw' \ \? "f 1.'llIrhl"1"
Both farm and commercial 4 s ,1 b N, loin 1. J 811'1 :i. Illotk :Ulii: I''' )' oil
Deputy United States Marshal of War Bonds. Your War Bonds today Ikepi.hnheuI
f Holmes Allen and brother, \Harry i torests can make their contribu ,r -' will buy rural electrification tomorrow 'I I,hi "0".111"111, of mind' pr..portv
tlons to help relieve these crltl' 4, 4 and give you back $4 for mild. i unlit ertlllcniv, IHSIIIM! tour, In
>, and W. Hudson\ and son Tommle, { ,hi iiiune of nkiirmn
: cal situations. And harried farm' very J3 you invest. I l'IIIt.NH Hiihl" CertUlciiteN nhiill he r,.
of Miami, returned to their homes few .. U. S. 1.... ', CtpertminlIt ii"I'lnoil" tiiiorillntf tn 'Inw prnpcrtxileiMiii
I for "
who not busy a
i ers are ,
i In Miami il tn orillnif' In lie. "prnnirtile I
after
Monday spending
;I days in fodo production may well V NI"rllii'il ih<.ruin. shall h,. sold In IJiehlKhiKl
Several days fishing at Bonners hlilili' nl Hie ('0"%)...n... dour
turn their hands to lumbering or advertise. "h tin, flrnl Monilnv In thu iniinth nf.tub
Beach. cutting.Spurlock pays to I '. 1111 Hhlih In the ird Idly lIt
pulpwood .liih.' 11)44.Imteil .
I -o- __ *I. thin Im ilny of .Time. 11)44.INE.tII .
J. T. Hancock spent several days ( !HOY U. ItAI'Ll' lli'oUX

the first of the week at Bay Pines:' Tells Of Every well-rounded wardrobe should Include a slack suit They are Legal Advertisements Clerk Circuit! ('"nnlv.Court offikeiKhohee FlorhlnNOTKfc ,
hospital- practical and appropriate, whether you pin golf or work In a defense OK KFIIIMI'TlOV;
II plant Smart In its simplicity this outfit of brown slacks and jacket with OK
-o- beige front worn by a Powers model. You will\ want to make and wear it, NOTICE THE' no.\IIn OK IT'BMP ivsrnrr
i ION
FUR
Gilbert Culbrcth and W. I. Lawson I| Rise In Livestock and buy War Bonds with the money you save by sewing. A suitable ''I At ITovlilccl l by ('huplcr 211)45.! Act ehiit .TUB t B1A1B l'III'S'I'Y np KLOIt-nvOlvErclIOHBE
,
of 11)44: notice U liiTdiv given
be obtained at your local store, U S. Trfttur Dttartmtmwholesale IDA IIIIjll SCHOOL KHHt'NniNO:
returned
home here af i pattern may Coiumls.iliin
Wednesday | i lie+ unite tint 1''r.'shS'nter .
I, HOMi-J ilutcil .
: Inniinrv 1. 1040Nonci
KlorMn, under thoIIOWIT
nf the Stnln t of
ter spending several days the first Numbers and Sales mill authority granted said the HJOiKXI: is ohimnnillnu IIF.IIEHGIn okwiholieeCi.iinty ::'! that'
of the week in Jacksonville L'nminlimlnn hv Section ::11I. Article IVof .
attendingto milk! had risen to 7" rmiKiltntlim Stntc of'lurliln. Kiuinl of Public InitriK'lloii
the
r
the
business. I In olliclnl incetlnit" held Mny high SdiiMil Refunding Hondl. ilutnlJnuiinrt
above 1935.39
percent prices. .
1. 11)40 iniiiitierpil 1 through
Can Grandmothers/ /
join the following
:!II. VI44 lies lowil I
-O- Gainesville Fla.- The estimated Price comparisons for milk include lot IneliiHlT. denonilnntlon 51.000 mn.
-- 'oil ii Ill's III the Stilt of KJurliU tn I theof
luring .Innnnry 1. ItiTH have been culleil
the Elves/ -
Leprechauns
J. W. Norris returned to Okecrhn- number of all cattle and subsidy payments, which "klllll'h.".,_ n.nlllgutorsIlllllllll ___ : ,, for reilcuilitlun mill payment on

bee Thursday after spending a week I calves In Florida has reached an have been of substantial aid to Gnomesand Little Men's \ Lerl'. ItlVITSI I II. Inh 1, I 11)14Snlil "tn'1,. shall lie redeemed and.

with relatives and friends In Doth I all.time high 1,136,000 head producers recently. Chowder and Marching Okrerhubee Harilrt I IMniuitno ,pnlil'rn '.,1 on Interest.li.I.v 1,pvldenceil VI14 at par by and coupons ae.

an, Ala. I A. H. Spurlock, State Experiment $ociefyMr.O'Mal/ey-/ t'S .I due oil that date upon presentation
'i' New York, June Florida's SnrimiilH with nil" wihseiiuent unuiatured coil
-0 .'
l I I' .. Station economist pointedout PeSnto I li 1114 therein nttni' hed. nt the Chine
Mri. Jack Spencer and daughters National Airlines, together with highlands I IMnrtlii Natloniil: Rdlnlew I York Cltv. and InIIIIHI -
today. I I No,6arnaby..Bvf | mi Mini bonds shall ceme
have returned to Okeechobee aftera Ii i two other lines, which between In I'lilm ISeach raid date pad all rnnpnus niiitiir'nrf nn
I
visit with her parents, Mr. and Between 1930 and 1944 the ;I them have flown nearly a billion they're enlisting Glades('hnrlotte ",,'r'nft.f111 H. H he HANCOCK void.

Mrs A B. Gray-Everglades New. number of beef cattle In the passenger miles without a pas the Grandmothers Lee County SuperlntttiidtMii' 1 ufI'uhllc

R -- state doubled and at the begin senger or crew fatality, received War Bond League. Hen IIr..r.1. dry. I IiiBtructlonELECTRICAL .
r
,A t Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher were I ning of his year was 10 percent National Safety Council awards Monroe I

visitors In Okeechobee on Sunday higher than a year earlier. The here last week. The awards were l'n,11, i iCollier
The Rule. trnnaporlallnn, triiiopnrtiitliiii
t. Everglades] News.DRAINAGE. Increase In all cattle. Including presented by Col. John Stl'wo"! for sale of alligators.or thilrl' WORK

V dairy animals, was 93 percent. president of the Council, at the O hulas: conntli'ii or tag*, and l Is prohibited pnisvsnlon; ot withinIhi'ne live I

BOARD Mr. Spurlock explained that eighth annual air transport safe 0 nlllunliirs for exhlhltlon or i'Itmtlfli'IIIIIIIIIHH .. I

(Continued from the number of dairy cattle has ty luncheon. 0 hilt from |Is the prohibited(]nme and except Fresh nn Water per I P. P. EVANS

page 1) not Increased as rapidly as beef t iHh rnmuilsaton.
Ct ocKE f f Ortlflcil copies of tbls action on i
4\r. they will be Eastern Airlines
permitted to put cattle, but has been growing won. the groupA JON the (iiirt of the CommlnHlun have hwii .
J HOUSE. WIRING ...
Jt .t '(: .auntiltto.4ntereet' : bearing; award given to lines flying rNN Iu6n..ls. flhij with Die Secretary of Ktnte ,.. Steadily for 20 years: At present the t4tate of Florid ,;n"11 h each
,If'. government bonds. The syndicate there are 128,000 dairy cows and more than 300,000,000 males an Coiinly Judge of the Suite of Klurlilii, .
; pays bond counsel, printing costs nually; Braniff Airways, which
heifers two years old and over I Arts stops .f letting
attorneys, validation operates in the west and south .
and other I kopt for milk.Because Deit't Hap at 101. !{1rRJffl ; Un at!llIittJIJJ .l.UliliI1'1I1{ '! !:/ +K'3tRiiWARNING >
costs except that the district will i lines flying 10000,000 to 100. 13

., pay all court costs. of labor shortages ai'' 000,000 miles annually; National (
'I More
District supervisors point out other war-time problems, som" Airlines won the group C award Buy !

that In the three years since the dairies have been sold but most for lines flying less than 10 i a
Jar Bonds .
refunding plan went Into effect of the good cows have hen" I 000,000 miles a year. Together For ..dom', Sake

i the district Indebtedness has bought by other dairies insteadof the three lines had flown 9215.

been reduced from the original going; to slaughter.T 825,585 miles wlothut . . If your Everglades Drainage District taxes j
t $3.660.000 to the four ton the econon'lat report 825,585 miles without casualty. ; :-: :-:-:": :..; :":": ;.;. : :":"' and a half a .. .. ... .. i*I for 1941 are still
million dollars of the new refunding ed. Florida farmers received W- I. Other lines receiving awardsfor ; :': :-: ;" : ;.;.;.: ; : ; : +.+H J delinquent July 1, 1944, fee

plan a reduction of $1,- 404.000 from the sale of cattlp safe opertlons were Chicago sinple title to such land will revert to the Board
Gilbert Theatre
160000. Funds at hand at this pnd calves or 64 percent more I j& Southern Airlines Continental l of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Dis-

time and those expected from than 1942 and the highest returnon Airlines Delta Air Corporation. Okecchobee \: trict.

recent tax payments may be sufficient record. This increase was I Hawaiian Airlines, Inland Airlines I

that the refunding; may be nartlv due to higher prices for Mid.Continent Airlines Sunday & Monday uj ,

. made on much less than the beef animals but more to greater Northeast Airlines Pennsjlvanla ROY R. RAULERSON '

four and a half million.--Glade!} production and sales. Central Airlines, Transcontinental Marie Montez, Jon HallIN :

County Democrat. 1'lerida dairymen received $13-: & Western Air. United Air '
; Clerk of Circuit Court
-- r'4 not In 1043 from sales of lines and Western Airlines. 1

ForestProducts a'eet. won the Totm B award for Ali Babi and Okeechobee, FloridaJlXirIDl"JtXXXf.jfiKI'1nnJf'llliIJrilrgJII.K

milk, cream and butter which Taft. .,,_*ee Chamberof

w. n record high. Commerce Proests 40 ThievesIN ii :> lOt)011(IU.i: !fJlft Jt J\\Ji J< tttl
Most Critical In -- -- ...
There were 669,000 hogs on Airline Restrictions -,--- ---- ----

Florida farms at the heglnnl" Tallahassee, June President TECHNICOLOR

War Program of 1944. 10 percent more than a Capt. Eddie Rtckenbacker of LATEST NETS EVENTS:

year earlier and the largest Eastern Airlines announced this MARCH OF TIME

number since 1923. Cash incometo week that the Civil Aeronautics "The Irish Question"Tues. Specials For The Baby

Products of Florida's forests farmers from hogs last year Board had authorized the exten

have never been in more demand climbed to a record S12.781000-( ( sion of service from Tampa to

t than they arc right; now. 48 percent above 1942, with the Miami starting June 1st, but Only

Wood i" the most critical buildIng increase due more to increased! that passengers to or from Tallahassee SPECIAL
; FOR THIS
material more critical even production and sales than to could not be carried Gloria JeanMoonlight WEEK:

.... .' than steel and pulpwOod, timber higher prices. under a ruling that protects prior CANVASS BABY CARRIAGES $11.95
and naval stores are needed in For many rears the number "f rights of the National Ah'lines. in Rubber

larger quantities than available. sheep and lambs In Florida hcboon Passengers from Tallahasseeto tires, hardwood constructed frame

.... declining\ tfer'f' helm
now
b.Cons'ouf'ntly.. anyone who can Miami may travel bv EAL tn

"'" help to simply larger quantitiesof on', 23000. as compared with Tampa but would' have to cha*""* Vermont UNFINISHED PLAY PENS
_..___ $7.95
41 fW a deride ner Sales 1 leeryear .
almost any kind of forest product there to National,
I will be performing a war totalled 16000. out. The Tallahassee Chamber

I Job of first importance. All told Mr. Spurlock explainpri of Comirrrce has Issued a Ray Lynn

i Output of gum naval stores Florida farmers sold nearly vigorous protest to this restric BINGO NIGHTCOMEDY LEATHERETTE BABY CARRIAGES ..$13.95

537,000,000 worth of meat animals
has decreased steadily since -
tion. .* :: -:1,1..J.
Pearl Harbor and stocks are I and dairy products!' _,last -v .

dwindling at an alarming rate. I I year. 'oC":1' p'' CARD OF THANKS Wed.Thurs.Margaret BABY BLANKETS --- .... ... 39c

A great many of the naval stores Percentage Increases In the -

products are essential war materials number of cattle and .calve In THAXK YOU-Each and every one O'Brien

They are used in smoke production and sales In 1943 in of you James Craig SEALY NON.WET CRIB MATTRESSES $13.95

less powder, core body material Florida topped national averages, for the loyal Support given me In

for shrapnel and hand grenades and the 1943 percentage IncreaseIn my race for Congress from the 6th IN -

smoke screens waterproofing for milk production In Florida Pi.trlct I am deeply grateful for Just Arrived

tents, Insulation for ships, chemicals while small was larger than that friendship and confidence :
jour
drugs, plastics, adhesives, of any other state. L. L. STUCKEY Lost AngelOUR BABY BED WITH STEEL $19 95

synthetic rubber, insecticides, Prices for Florida meat ani.I y GANG COMEDY: .SPRINGS, 4 CASTERSDenmark's a

matches, paints, varnishes, paper I[' male have been good during the PARD OF THANKS PETE SMITH SPECIALTY

and paper sizing, printing Ink past two years and despite high Attractions -

and synthetic camphor. er prices paid for commoditiesused TO THE PEOPLE OF Coming

Rosins are used also in the producers have been better OfFKCHOBEE COUNTY

t manufacture of soaps for the off In purchasing dower I w'.h to thank you for your aup "THOUSANDS CHEER"

.\ armed forces and clvlllns, In thAn durln the period 351939.) port In the Primary of May !S. "RIDING HIGH"

f the construction and repair of Prices of Florida dairy products To fins of you who did not aup "THE UNINVITED""FIGHTING I

concrete landing strips for air have not risen as much as port m* I have no HI will.I SEABEES" I J. E. CONE Manager

planes, and In many other ways. meet animal prices since the hall do my best to represent "NO TIME FOR LOVE-

One glance at this list is sufficient 1P3rmt: rilod. Retail milk prices I ail " *+++ :--.1 I .1 +oC.-+oI.-/ootooooC.1 I
to reveal the importance of In April were only 30 percent Governor. ; ,
k I +++++++++++ +++++ +++;
gum naval stores, production of above the 1935-39 average, but j MILLARD CALDWELL


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THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1J44

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NOTICENOTICE IF.IIC'RII'TION ANOINT OF-;TAX I I Everglades: Iirnlnnge District tu rejectnny
0' LAND 8, T, R. A. OWNER \'Ilt 'WilT Legal Advertisements
h\1\ and all bids, at Ihe Courthouse,
: li"g, nt ot tlltere"elnn 1I11lco'kI I beginning, nt 10IM: o'clock) A. M. en the
Hull day of .1 tutu... 1IM4. As to nil par.'
IK IIUItEBV: flIVEN that I the following described, lands will I Il I. with E
soli 1, nt public auction on the First day of June A. V. 1IM4. at the Court House line of K\\''4 of governing sold, UIsineti \\'11I.\ be still" eels of land of ten acre or more,
the Countyi of okcecholioe Stale ot Florida to pay the amount due for taze \ NIYy4 of nlv' 4. lit public Mellon\ bciiliiiilnv' HI twelve lltlo tn one-half of petroleum endthree
herein set, opposite to the snme, together with all cost of inch inla sod advertising. rllll IoIwly 2473ft o'clock noun i.n the hi div of Juno -funrths of other minerals will
Noun 1IM4 at tho front door of the Court he reserved by Trustees of the Inter
Hafd in In.to lieglu at 12:00: o'clock W onI.f.: .
llotiKe In the mil Improvement Fund, Easement for
City of Oki-pclmbi-e *
1U 7.:1: f1 to IV
\ Florida and continuing until said inltf road right of way 2iN foot wide will
DESCRIPTIONOP : ANOINT OF TAX ''I'l Ilne: Sec Is completed. ,be reserved by said Trustees from
I.AMI 8. T R. A. OU NEK AM COST 4. 840.8 ft to ,
A complute list ot such uny parcel 1 through which there Is sn
Lot 81--------------- 2.'f: 35 82 20 Mrs A. Malley __........__..._I l.M 17 tt Welter Ie. I, landa Is avnlliilili' fur ptilillo'ilcllniinent limpeelliin existing" state road, ; and easement for
J.ut.II. ..___.._...... 25 35 32 20 Charles E. Bellow .......... 1.04 v.1. l'i..rly oncull during the l.tiMlncNs hours, at thu ,drainage and rechimntloii\ and for
Lois H to "1 Inc.. 25 33 32 BOK M. Ryan __.................... 6,34Mr 1340 water ft. S line 3:13: office of I the Tax Culleclor for thu rand, purposes. will be reserved by the

KAy: \F,4; ofEy...___._.of..... 3.1 M: 20 *. Nelly Porley ..._....... l.MII. ft 10 Deg ....__ 4 38 M lUll Perry Carlton ....._.......... 598 (11ft'utility n He at of Okfvchohee.Okeeehohei'Florida In the, and Court In.liilrloa Hoard 1'1'11111'1VI.trh'l of CuminlsHloners, of Everglade
40 K, Fluid .................. 2.87: All ______
33
SWVi of 1\ / ._.,. 2d 33 -.n 194 38 tJ.IO Marlhn Scott and tVmm lance 8030 ( as to the Mule' Included In Deni'rl|>tlon
N HI' acres of All _n_.......... \\I 84 ao 631) Martha Scott and II'in lunee :39,80 snit dellniiULMit lint l h\ mull/ or l.y Lul 17 Illk D. Wright & Dn. SubilhlMlon -
NL'i' of .NEVLut 30 33 83 10 L. Tangen ......_-....-.._._.. l.RO All ...__..__.__.. 3 34 3U 6:19: Martha 1oI'ott and IVm f.lllre 311'43:I teli'iibune. i.r III diirltu liunl-
21, ...._. .._ lIn: ji; 20 rnknown ...__............_.... 104 All __._._....__.. 10 M 31tJ.IO Mllrlbl Scott and Wm hence 39st\ lIeo. hours, will he persmi.fully answered. I.y Lul II. Illk : I'I. City of Okeeohohce
Lot 20 ....._........ 10 .14 33 20 II. M. Woudeock------------ l.M All ..--..______.. 11 M 30641 Mllr'1 I''olt and 'm. Lance 89,11\ the ufflce of null,, ) '1'... I'nllector.UKSS1IO Luis 22 and, .a: Blk it I. Bush Subdivision
Lot 24 __....____..._ Id :34 83: 20 Note 11. Newell ___.--.......... 1.1J.iI.ut All .--._--.__--.. U 34 3'1' 641 MII"UIII Scott end Wm. I.ance 3080 ; ALllKU.MAN.: :
211 ....__.__. t:1: 34 320: 111: known n_..__..'...._....... l.M All .___....--..._ 13 M 88 6U Mllrt"u I''uot BIII Wm I.anre 3110:111 : Tax Collector I of Okvecbobc. Lot :!I. Illk til.: Cllr uf Okeeohohce
Lilt 13: ......_.....__ III 34 !:1:1: 20 I'nknown .................... 1.64 \ .--...._.__._. U 34 31643 Martha H'utt 1111'1'm.. I.ollre :39'5 I County. Flurlilu. l.uts I I. 2 and, 1 :II. filk 120 City of
Lot 14 __.......... lU :H S3: 20 Molly Itenk ............ 1.54 ,\11 --...._.._.... U 34 3U 640 Mnrtba Scott end WI" 'note 311101G --- ._ Okcci'hob.o'
Lot 12 ............. W 84 83: 20 li. il. Dlffetibaugh .......... l.M All elerl't !!II" of NOTICE OF lOMri.ETlO.N: OF I\tll. I I..U 1 lu II Inc.,, Blk 70. City of
Lilt 211 -__-_......_.. 23 24 S3: 20 I'nknown ...................... l.M lIt:14 _.--.-__. 22 34 30 539 Mllrtho Scott nod Nat 1.lIlIr' :\\.21 .. ..T .\' MEETING: FOR i'l'Il.l,i Okl'lThubce
Lot 10 ..._...... (I3' 83: 20 Kllen( U. Vensuu .............. 144Hiitnucl Lots 1. 2. 8. e. I'IIF <)!"' 1I : "II'b OII.IMTIONS : Lute ::1. 7. N und 10 Ill k nil, City of
Lot !all l ...._......... 2tt 84 33 20 Ili'lns ......._........... l.M 111. 11. Blk 1.Weet \M" ( (IMI'l.\1VIN. OkcecllohcMLuis.

Lot :i2 ...-.......... 29 34 83 20 I.viMn M. Oerber n_..._....._. l.M Sherman Mr.. M. T. Lee ....___.__...... 2,59 T')) ALL WHOM. IT MAY ,CONCERN: ;: I 4 to 2'Inc.: IRk C Wright' sad
Wilson .._ ..___.___..__ l.M
Lot 111 _..__._____...81 84 83 20 W. ---- Lit ih I IIlk 6. I'umtiiini' I ii. s.'Hlou A uf Senate Buss HnbdtvlNluii.
Lot 27 _..-_._..__..... 31 84 83 20 t:. I', mid (i. W. Volk _'--.__. l.M 1'UIIlulldll" tell lilll .So. S'-l'i; relating/ lu Kveru'luile; Ih'gE; cur of SU, of l'iWIIIf
Lot 12 _...__.._.___. 33 84 33 20 (I. K. Winter .............._.._ l.M Land Co. H.D_. 14 :Mrs, Dlnnrl Van Pull "W ) .. 812 (I,.I Drainage District pnssi'd by tho Lcgls- S"t J..t.: run W 100 ft, H
Lot 17 18 & :2'J 3 33 33 00 Blanche E. Case ..._......... 4.01 Lilt 0. Blk Ii, Inhere uf the Stateuf Florida at Its 1U.1 ft. E llKI feet N 10.1 ft. Sec I'D
Lot HI __.__..__..... 4 35: 83 20 O. A. Langburit ......._._ l.M Con.ullllllied lull .....1,11. the Hoard of Commissioners Twp 47, Kge 35
Lot 21 .._..__.._____ 4 35: 33 20 Unknown ...................... 1.M Lend Co i4-D.. 14Ire.: IlIlIu.e Van Pull ((104i.. 8.U I of Cvergladcs. Dnilnugi LJIs.Irlet Lot 1.1 Blk 4. Southern Pltiea Au ill.
lilt n. all lot has caused, to be Hon
'V prepared n
28 I/J ....._._.._....... 5 33 33 30 F. 11. Hill ..................... 2.Iii Beg lot NE 4. cor' 8 Oovt Ell budget slit,eIig the debt service re- Lot 11. Illk 4, Huuthcru I'lnes Addl-

Lot 4 ______..____.. 8 35 33 20 W. E. Bradley ................ 154 ft. ... run to E tddnof I iiulreiiienls' uf the Hlntrlct during the I Hull
Lot :2 _n_________...... 8 83 33 20 I'uknown ...................... l.M ClementeUrk yi'iir beginning on the 1st day of nextNiiveinber Lot 11. Blk 2. Sontlii.ru Pine Addlllun -
Lot 30 _.___''.__ 9 33 33 20 Unknown ...............-.-... 1.B4 1tIm ft. N I I und ending on ,Ihe .tint dnv
lutenod.n. 6, Blk 8, slung soul, Crk of the succeeding leluber.. and, 1 tile Luis 1 tu 4 1/,,', Illk( I'. Wright' '
Oreeley l 8-l ...... I). F. Htultb _h._-_.....__.... l.2!:! to division IIl1e siuue bus been placed un file In the, Secund Addition,

Lot 27 _.._..__..__-. 12 83 33 20 O. O. BlnnclmrdK. ..._.._..... list of lute 2. 3. 4apprnx office of the Secretary of the DlHtrlet Ok.Luis;Iniliee 4. V, nnd 0. Illk 2IHI.) City of
4, 13 and 11 17 35; 33 60 It. Weaver _n_..._...___ <5.24 311 ft. at Kooul 11U7 Blseaync Hiillillng. Miami
Lou 3, n"rltlll..r Luis I.. li: end! P.Ik
the same may beexninlneil. 11. I'. Wright
11 14m tt .._._ _
u 23 38 M 10 1I'nnou, Op.ratlu/l Co ........ 4Aiiross.:1t and, this U to notify yon and HUMS Subdivision
H \ : (.Elt P.\RK g-D II 85 33 : IIWIILAo, 8-D that odd Board, will meet at* saidplnce Luis 4. S. II I and I II lo 11 inc.. Dlk
of lots II and 14 fIr Xyy .8ie 1E ofRK on the 'nth Inv uf .) A. D.1U44 V Illvenlile Park Addition
1'nknown ........... ........ 107 title
Lot 2 Block Block 7 10_._._._-.. Oeorgtt Faulk- ........-...-_.... 1.07. ....._.. n ...__....__ 8 n 3SIJIk at DM: o'clock In the uftcrnouu 1."t.3,4,7nodN, 111k2111'hgof
Lot 30 ( Iki'cehohceJllllllll
of said day,, belng nut le"s than flf-

Lots 211 mid 30 Block_ Clifford (leralilI'll .._._.._........ 1.37 lot 1 __n._.... 211 Mary N. Easterly ..._...._.... 101 luau duty from I the. lute uf the first OF COMMISSIONERS
_......_..... .
12 Lot 0 ....--.__... 20 I.'dlll 11. Stonelie.ge..___. 1.0ii piibllciilion! hen. ofi for Ihe impose" of OF icvKidii.ADKs: : DUALS'

Lots 31 .and 32__Block known ...... .. .... .. 137 lade II aid lit' .. 26 MIIII.le H. IIl1n .........._..... I.It'l lii'iirlng ubjeelluns, and\ complulnls AGE: DISTRICT
U ".."._"__"_....IT! 20 S3: 3.1 20 J, U. Var ......... .__... I.MI.ull huts 11 aid 12.. 110 11. Y. U'.lrllll ................? 1.0i with respect to said lnulgHt.1IDAUD Tlfl'STEKS: 01.+ THE: INTER.NM. .
Lot 8 17 nod 20 __._20 35 33 40 1'nknown ...................... 2.77 Lot 1'1 ... Su 1 A. W. IIl1yd'n ................ 10'1 OF COMMISSIONERS : IMPROVEMENT; : FUND
lute "1 0-d-22: .. H IIl1lCb V. 'Irellon ...._......... 10'1 01" EVEIUJLAUKS LHA1N. OF THE STATE OF FLOKIDA. -
Lot a. Blk Co 12 3-D n uo... Daisy Jennings .............. 1.22:! led 1:1: ___._n__. 71\ W. 8. ldJullllld .............. 1.0ii AGE: UlSTltlCT.I I .
terland By HOY) R.
Itl S..T I'RI1.lt TKN.NANT: Chairman IIAfLCRSON', Agent
Lou 22: and 23. Wk 8, ofi4' 19 n ISBlk .r..tE1'ilIl\: fur Trustees of the Internal 1m.provcinent .

Baslnger Business Kmum Knllca .__........ LK Hy K. M. TIII10OPI1 Secretary Fund and, fur Board
... .... .n. ?
.. .; uf
/ Hectlun of lot 23: .____... 0 35: 34 10 John Worm .................. ,112Lilt. 1.0--------------: ill f-Un: roo Young .?............. 10'1 ( SEAL) CuiuinlHHlonera of KverKlailea
NVi Last __ ... Driilnugu Dist let.
1.1 Okecchobea
OK lid WU, n. : It C. B.own ._...._....... 109
27 .... end.. ___ U 35: 34 no (forge Tuley ..-............... 8.60 lot 1 ..._._...... 3:1: l-U": f.. Young._........_____. 1.09OkEF:1'IIoI3p ORDF.R OF I't'UUCATIONIt i'utility, Florida. ,
Ut 11 ____-___-___"_-.-. IT 33 34 20 W. E. I>.\\'\\I t ................ l.M : : OfY appearing by afflilnvlt, to the Kill MITK- ----
Lot 17 85: II:< 41) A. K. DennlB ..-.............-. 2.77 I Lou 4. G of (''''11I1,111, lilt. In a snit fur divorce Okewbobpe K
Lots 21 en--------- & U.. 3 Agree nurrell ............._.... 109 Colin f lorldil.Al.iy.
______ __. I3ii\>> 33 20 J. K. Lewis .................. l.M filed In a cauxe pendlnt In the Circuit
Lot 14 ... ..n.n_____. __ 85 33 20 I'nkiiuwn ...................... 1.54E Lot 1 _____.___... 10 AI'I' heron .... _..___......... 109 Court tn nnd fur Okt echuhee County, \OT1CK IS II), IM4
Lot I 80 27-- ._ _... 25 35 83 10 Madeline; F, Henry .......... .02 Lou 2:1: tu ;:U I"c III Mottle Iullrlo.y ....___._n__.__ 1,08 Florida' wherein Wllllxm\ K.: Burden ,liiimiinnt' to ImrnIIans: that
,. of lot u .......... 2.77 I."t 11 ___ __._. 31 nolo.t .\oaMoner U compliilnunt and Hose Bordeu. le- Section. U of Chapter
and, 11 __ 27 35 83 40NEW 1'nknown .... ... .... n _-.......... .Oi IXI'sl. Laws of .. .
'''' hot 1:1: __..__.... 31\ Violet .rlln. Acts 11(37
1.011.0 J. lIeooollrr _____..._._. .11'1 fetidant that said defendant Is a non. knuwii
OKKK.CIIOHKK: HEIGHTS Lots n. 1'1' & 11.. r.II 1I"lIllIh fJ1I1I .._........._..... .O'i I resident of the Stntu of Florida : that us the MItI'lIAI"I" the f..>lluwlng l-
6 86 84 Lot 12 _._n..." lii2 liter Anstla Dcmle ........._.. 3.0\: .her residence' Is ::1'1 ""oklllollI'e",,", described, land III okeechobe*
&IH'I I'uiinty. Florida
8-D of KV4 Illk 8. T, W A. 'F'.5 '" Lot 2 .........., 167 Fnknnwn ..._..._. _. 80a North 7'errvtownew: ork. N. Y., wile will be offered for
C. C. Wilson 107 'hot 1 ..______..? 17\ 91rs. W. fl. 'fer.ell., Eel,...... 1.07 that there U no one In the state! uf at public outcry fur the highest
Lots 24 and 2ii...... 30B IS Sophia Chrtdenuen------------- in? 'Lute 1 to Ollie.. 117 ""lIkIlOll'n _____..__....__...__.. 4111 Florida, the service of n Hnhp"cnu' up- :of: 'I"I'J': : eimh',', ',. .d'I.t: :) { to the right
3
Lots 1. 2, : Inc m ray Hubert ..........-........ 107 Lute :I alld :I '__' 1\1'1\ I'lIklloll'u t 111I42) ....__..-....... 107 tin wuum would, hind the ,defendant : Internal, 1mpruveineiit -
Lois 42: to 41 Inn 30WUj I'liknuwu ...........-......... 1.H7 Lots' : not 3 _... 103 I'nkllo\\'u 004:1): .._............. 1.1i7 that she Is above the age of twenty bid*, at HIP lSllrl Ilmise any and all
Lots 34 to :<7 Lill :2 ____u ..__ lltll I., S. 1'1I.hytlll. t.t. .......... .94 one years : It Is therefore ordered that Hie at 111 A. M,

of SWVi._except_ _._... 38 83 35 H U. U Holme .................. 5.H Lot H ___.__n.. 2f10 11. K. l'ndgett ................ 906 the suld non-resident' defendant UOIM un inent fur lath rand day of June 11)44 Kasp.
Kit K-W Lot 4 ..__...._... 214 IUIIIIII'ou: 1'bolllpou ........ 8.80 Burden' be and she U hereby required' vtlde rlitht uf way -)) feet
will
of 'be
/l "Ja'4 of SEy 10 _' 33; 10 ;Martha C. Hnyler; ....._..... 152 Lute 10. 11 & 1:.. 218 I'lIkIlOWII ........_.. 410 tu appear' to the bill/ uf cuiiipliilnt through reserved fruit any parcel
which
_R11'y14 84 35 40 W. :M. Boitnlck Jr. .......... 2.77 lo'M 2: and :1 .... 228 \'lIkllllWII __n___._.._........ 107 filed In said cause on or before 17th .tnle, Koinl., there Is an existing
SWVi of Lola 1 and 2 '_n ".:all I'lIkllowlI ....-................. 803 day of June. A. I., V.M4.\ otherwise'the N :II .
Lot 10 Blk 120.Okeocbobe I.ut a --._.--..... 210 I'lIkIlO\\1I .._..-........._..__.. 1111 allegations of said BUI of Complnlnt uf S's' acre of W 10 acres of NU'H
Last ::1 ___.__ .. 2'3 N. 91. Itogrre _......._..__n_.. 3.311 will be taken as confessed by salt defendant. ,. less. "" 11. nt (4 cur cuniiuon
11 ,
;lIn.II Champagne .......... 1.92! sal Tn 41K.rIlOIl.E: N1itll.l in anil 11. '
S-D uFd14L584
Plaza of SWVi of ..J. .. ...... I 1.:1.: ot lu'a' 4 & II 1 Itnll'' Bonn I .................. 2:1: It Is further ordered, that this' order \It S 147 llanice.V :I.. El 111
Si/and B* of S'NE'4' lot II n..__"-_'" 29 l'horluttll 'I'hoIll11l0U .._....._. 10i be published once n week for four con SeiH.Mi 11 It 1H7 > fl. \ 14T.5S ft
NWV F.. ltd 29 .... Lola 2 to 10 IDe 11 Sarah E. Seward .............. 7.13 necutlve, week In the okcochoheeNews It.lllg., I I.'l 1':1101.: 'r.ivviKhlp :I4 South,

SWVi Kd..No.:--22 80 31 58 W. D. Coker .................. 8.79 : OkEFCIIOItLE: : : IIIiGIITBSu : County; a and newxpnper State; published In laid VRI'STKES! : OF. TUB: INTER-:
__ of 1' 33 ur N.
Sa "e33 Yo U ::11 85I \1 l IMPROVEMENT: ;: FI'ND
This Nth day of Ma A. I). 1044.SE.tL .
SI'tl of 8Ey of Lots .1 alll :2 --.. 1 Jnntes; III.. ._............... 1,08 11. ) ; OF CUE i STATE OF FLOR
ROY KAI'IJKIISOXClerk
Ilnmrlck ............._. l.S ( )
_.. 1 81 811 10 It. E. Ltd a ..___ __ IDA
__ 1
811'4 ...__ I n. lnkllo\\'n .................._... 1.j Circuit Court
I.,."', ill. 11 tint 12 |It' ROY it. II.I'UIIIIOS.lIent;
of SWVi of Sophronla I' .. Clerk
!!wlo't fly ''' Deputy
...... ., & SEVi of ilk 2. I"'lIr"l N.D Lena Wrlllht ....._.,.......... 1.3S Trnsteea I.I. I'uud.
of ..W ,.. 1 31 33 20 It. E. IlaiurlckK. ................ 2.27 Lou 2: end 23.Jilk Okeechobee Connt.v FluiiilaV '
8. Ba. .

.S1YVirof, _SEVi_'_. .._of_ 1 37 33 10 I'. n. IlamrlckK. ................ 1,28SI1'yl "ho1l1'lllon, ._ Iris I\ellllu: .................... 273s'U1 : County MITIfKOkcechnhee Florida..Miiv.
of TIIFItS: PINES 10. 1MI
..\VH of_SWVi........ 1 s7 8S 10 E. Ilamrlck ..........._._. 1.28 \11111 lION In 15 87 as NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that

NU"Tf"sWVi of Lot 11 .__...---8 Robert Cooley ......___.______ 203: pursuant to Section 0 of Charter
of I.otl I. 5. 11..4 Italia IIlIh"II 10'1 I 1S.1HI. laws or Flurlilu.' Ann" ,.r |I11a7:| A
Nwvi SWVi &of WV4 s\vy4 1 37 35 40 K. E. Ilaiurlck ................ 3.MIIt4 1.01 12 n__.._... 4 l'IIJ'1ulI hooter .nnnn............... 109HII.K01U known us the MUltl'llY ACT and Inpursuance
of I uf Chapter 2'MI.'I.1..ow.' uf r

:sfcuKEVi; of ..NBV4__!n.__. 2 87 85 11 It. E. Ilamrlck ............_... 1.28 1..al..1 In AIJlJlTlOS 13 31 35 tr ; '.,V' Florida, Aral of 1!>ll. known na theKYKIKiLADKS .
: ) : I Al.NAilE: IMS.Tltll'T
of SEVi Of E, rick ............... 1.28 J.ot 11 .._....... 1 N. f. ron\'I. 10'1 descrllieil
.NEVi, .--.-u_ 2 87 S5 11 n, Ham i Lot II ._______.-.. 1 1010,110 IVlllblui' ................ Inv ;hind', nit ACT.tinted the la Kvprglades fullowlng\" DralnnKal I .

n'4 of NEV4 of Lot 7 _n______.. 8 J. C. CUIllIlI .......?......... 1.0'1 l District. III Okccchnlx-e loopy Flurliln. .
SF.4 & NNyIf ... 2.93 Lot f\\ ....__...., S Unknown __.._.n_._......._... I.OS will he offered fur lain nt rnl>lli<
..E'0f lEI! 2 87 35: 30 R. E. Ilamrlck ........ ..... Lure I tn 4 Inc ".mrrfur the hlghettt and best 'M.l.

NI SEV. ot _SWI/4oe.._.__n.or 2 37 33 20 R. E. IIunifies ............__.. LOT! Lot ltIIED'4iiI s 11",1 n 12: :_._)_'ARK.__ 11 1:1: I'lIkn"wlI flora I I.,.. l'earce....._.......... 1311 1.01$ hid tees uf;subject the I "to,,'r"lll the rleht liniirnvemei of the 'I Ftindnnil 'roe Subscribe for- The News

1 uf th" Board uf CummlsHlonera of
Sl. of .SWya_._of_ 2 37 35 20 R. E. Ilamrlck ................ 1.07! Lot 4 ..__n__.... 11 Ruth, mid Kerhy Morgan n.._. 82'1
"F: of Lute 7.j, 0) _..... 2'J I'"k"olt .............____..... 21ii
RWv"" of SWy....... 2 37 3ii 10 R. E, HamrlcK ................ 1S1.2S Lot II __...____... 2:: Ir".1: Cox ..-......___........ 2 nil 1 1III.IltotllIt'I"Jl.lU.l'If; : ( ('. EKE: ?>il 'tt11.$
"t14 u. Lots I to 12 Ille 23 Frnest; ('o'r .................... 101Oh

SEV I.of__SEy_______of. ::1 87 U 1t R. E. IlnmrlckSWW ................ .:.'('lIfHl.'.: "".\ u.np"F. T IRIi
of NEVI of ('O'!! 8.11 "I Gov lot a U 17 85

N\V% & NVi of .\1Hlock\ ._M 1 Unknown ......._.._..?._..... 1.118
NWVi of NWViHWV. 2 37 33 44 R. E. Ilamrlck .............--- 3.03 lIIu'k q li'ct lot.II .

of NWVi of 'lid 12 ._... Unknown, _?................... 139111(011IU Fifth War Loan Drive

\ \\''4 & W'IW of 2 37 35 30 R, E, Ilamrlck ................ 2.IW ItIHtlOYI Ii :
of \ \VI/ I ate 12 Ii ..
W'4 ; nlll ; Mary :McLtughiln. Est ........ 14.011

of SWof 33 10 R, E Humrtck .......... ..... 1.13 NKIAIIT'S tllIT ADDITION
37
SIt'44 n.:1: Lot III __.-_..... 11 Albert I.ell ................._. 1.011
ICH: of IIW% of Lute 2. :3 & U .. 13 t'lurl'llPe OlulII ..........._... 1.09Lat.
u:1: 37 33 20 It. E. 110m rick _.______...--... LOT Ill 11. 12: .. 14 1'lIklloll'n ....._._..........._ 3.13 5 5l
NSWS' EE ii.tttvy IUIIIIT'1oI TIlIRIl AUDITION Begins June 12 and Continues

.._'_.. 2 37 35 20 R. E. Ilamrlck ................ 1.07 Lot 11 ...__..... V, T.Rraotloy ........?..._... 1.08I KI .

Sy ot SEy of 20 R. E. Ilamrlck .__....__.. ..... 1.07 \' 1'1. \TT.:1t: LANDS I I
35:
37
ttll'y 2
________ ... ttivt lot v IV ofUkew'hobre ) 10
R41d
: Through July
\W Hwy4VvVlWo'f'' of .NWVi,.._..._of_ 2 87 35 10 ?R. E Ifa rlr4M0a! ..........ai1!9N peg 20".7 I ft W Ate oft 21 37 31 2 J. A. LJoullhtry .........:.. 1.2 IJ .. I:

SEI \ : cur ot SSVy4 \

: \ : 19 S7 35 20 R, .:. Ilamrlck ....._......... 2.17! 01 SIV%. ..1111I '
I'E'4 of NW'4 of 2U'I.7 ft. K 2o. 7tl 1' Okeechobee County's Quota in this Drive is

Nt4 of 8W'A ..........._........ is! E 2u9i [ NO.T
..
_______. 10 37 35 10 Unknown i _!:_ .
NEVIEV4 : tr __ ., 21 37 33 1 JIIII.. M11"s __''''00''''''.._. 2.49Ileg
of NEH ofSW'4 1747 ft 8 ofF $67,000.00 of which $28,000.00 are E Bonds.

& E4 of 10 87 33 40 R. E. Ilnmrlck ................ $.fU \ : cor of SE',
sF1,4 of N4 ut 111\4. nit) y

SWV, of NEVi ofW4 204.7: ft. S50ft.! ... S: .
:- A NWV4 1'1 211'.7 ft' N p.. I
"f SE% of 09 J't ___..... 21 31 33 Jnmee 1II1"u_.._..._....._. "..4S rf Srf All people of Okeechobee County who expect F.
N1VyRI' .un_..___- U 37 35 20 R. E. Ilamrlck ................ 2.B7 : .-.a.I.-; ...,. l ll ALDER\IAS.:

.uf .nn.n.SE'4 of 10 37 81 10 R, E. Ilamrlck ...._...,....... 158! "XtQfdf.'. .. Tu UnUeitor County. Flurlola.of Okee.boh"1 H to Buy Bonds should buy them here for the

..tNWI4. .. I
.f SW'4
Sl -
___ 10 87 85 20 R. E. TTamrlck _...._._ 107 j
EVi of NEVI U..M.... 11 37 a119 It. E. Ilamrlck ........_n...__ 5.7fl Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE IN TOE riKdlT COURT OF THE :: reason that if you buy them elsewhere Okeechobee

of M-NTII' JIUICIAL CIKCIIT OF

SKVi NEW of _NWVi___._.__VXV4 11 37 35 10 R, E, Ilnmrlck ................ t.211 OK ANNUAL: MEETING OF II.OKIUAIN: COl'NTV.AM IN FOR CIIIM'ERYfuns "OKKK.(1IOIIKK f: County will not get credit for them on our

ot SWVi of I I,\ M-0; "VNKKOF: EAGLE: BAY '

SHVi SWVi! SESF%of.. 11 37 S3 80 R. E. Hamrlck .............. 295SWt I NOTICE KI It-DK.UN.U.K is HURKBY DISTRICT: GIVEN that. HELEN 1' 1SUAEL No,, MO" .rc. quota for the drive.

of Board of Plaintiff
of NWVi E Hamrlck ..............__ I.:!'! ot the .
NWVi ._...__.y. 11 37 33 10 R. $npeirvi.orio Eagle Bay Sub-Drain- '". <
$W2of NEVi of age DlHtrlut the annnnl mevtlnf of CURT ISIt.tEioUefendnnt
REV of tM Innilownera of Eagle Bay Sub- It is a privilege as well as a duty that everyone
SRy; of NWVi .. 11 37 33 20 R, E. Hamrtck .............._. 2.57 Dmlniige Dlatrlct for the year 1944 ORDER Israel TO Address APFEARTo Unknown n
Curtis :

S'i RWVi of KWVi n_._....of__. 11 37 S3 20 R. E. Hamrlck. ................ 107 will County he ('held mmliiiom> In! the office In the of Cotlnty the Plaintiff It appearing filed. In from the the above affidavit entitledcause of j: should share in buying Bonds in this War

N itl'J: ot. swvi of .............. 1.28IiWI1 ,'..lIrt' Home of Okewholieo County, on the 24tb day of April, 1H44. "
11 37 S3 10 R, E, Hamrlck .. In the of Ukevcbohee, Florida onThiirniluy
11\\4 _._..._ City 10:30 that the 1 present, adilrcss and place ot Bond Drive.
June 1, 1044, at :
of NWiof
residence of the defendant 1* unknown ,
o'clock. A. M. Eastern War Time for
,
swy' NWy' of 11 37 S5 20 II. L. Payne .................. 2.57! the of; and that the defendant ha* Ithor
', at 8W _. / plirpoae for termof been absent from the Stole of Florida
HiipervlHiira

SIof kE'4 of SEy I'E'4 of _. 12 81 SS S R. E Hamrlck ................ 1.2S one rcappctlTely 1. (1)Klcctlng. two: (2) and three ((3)) yeara. fur preceding more the than filing no day ot tba Immediately Hill I of I Our boys at the front are doing their part

:CII; of of l"E'4 I'E'4.of 12 37 85 S II. E. ITnmncK ............__._ 1.2'1 2. Itecplving i annual report and Complaint Defendant\ I conceals In aid cause himself or*.>thai that the he
\Ey of taking auch action with respect thereto served wltb and we should back them up by Buying More
-.R V4 of NE'4 .... ...... L2S landowners determine; cannot he personally process
NWI .__......... 12 37 35 10 R. K. HiimricK .. .. aa the may and that there Is no person In

1F.4"WI/of. _l"E___%_...of_... 12 37 35 10 11. E. Ilamrlck ................ 1.2-:! and 3. Trnnaactlng before such the other meeting builnemni the service State ol of process Florldii, would upon bind n until auld the fi Bonds
may come I
defendant I.
dueiMlpnt slid that said
WN\VVi NE---___ .. 12 87 85 20 U. E.' Ilamrlck ................ 107 1IOAUD of tiCI'EHVlSOnS of :21: :
... the
over ugc year
WH of N VV-----" 12 87 S3 W It. .:. Ilamrlck ................ 11.76 DIIAIo OF KAGI.E Ala: DISTRICT.BAY SfB- .1 t I I., therefore Ordeiel thnt tba

SEni of 8E'4 of .............. 1.2S JAMES P UtEDER, defendant Curtis Israel uppeur beiw' i
1W'4 ?.......... 12 37 35 10 R. E. Hamrlck By President In on the 6th day ot June, 1)144.u thu
of' bill ot complaint uf the said Helen 1'.

W"XWViVRV. of _SEVi___....._.. 12 81 33 20 R. E. Hararlck ................ 1.07 IN: TUB (11\( nT OOI'KTOF TilE Israel filed. against you In the office nf I: OkeHiobe County \
of t'lRClIT OF of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
W'4, of _NEVi__n_...... 12 87 33 10 R. R. Ilamrlck ................ 1.2S12S MNTII FI.nllln.IS: .IIIMCIAL AND: FOR OKEE.CI10OIE Okeecholiee County }Florida oil' the
otKV'4 CIIANCERY. 2Uih day of April. lim and that this
NEVI of .8EV4.__..... _. 13 37 35 10 R. E. Ilamrlck .............._. EMA..: (THOMPSON.Ol'STIS order be published in Tile OkeecboheeNetts .
of u 'newspaper publliiho'l In suldOkeei'hohee
NFH\U\ f.S..._..-.. 12 37 35 lOll. E, Hainrlck ................ 1.38 Plnlntlff.V. County .Klorid'l once uweek i'
I fur four coni.'ciitlvj weeks before
FRANK' THOMPSON.: S'n'llt
: .
NWV of SWVi of
IIIWI l the return day Hated In UU or. ,
.
Defendant
. SW. o&feSyN'y4 L 12 37 88'ail R. E. HamrlckR. ................ 2.03 MITI.t TO ArrE\R der and notice, ,
{ WITNESS uiy hand a nil the Seal of :

9IYy4NW44o.... 12 37 all 20 E' Hamrlcjt ................ LOT 'TO rcHTS.\lul"nl.SHIP YARDS,.. THOMPSON VIRGINIA. at snld Okeei'hobee Court this Sib State day of and May County, 1U4., 15 \


NW'4 of..NE'4.......of_... u 87 35 10 l!. 1'. Stow ......._._...... 1.2"IIW'4 You ore hereby ordered to appear to afuresnld.
84 _._ 18 17 35 183 P. F. Quinn ....._.._....-. 12.50 the Hill of Coiniilulnt for divorce dual ROY R. HAl'I.EnSON.! :
filed by Eve: :Mae. Tbomp- I
ft"w""ef"SK against you
B.'O' 264 sin In the shove. .t'h'd cause on or Clerk Circuit Court "F'orl'l.By fOkeechohee Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit
: cor of liE%. before the Oth day .f June, A. It. County, I
of 1\14: ofi 11114. nthprwlMi the allegations of the Sopuroulu Peilse, D. C. Insurance i
NKVJ. run 8 105 Bill of e"IUIlnlnt11\ bo taken a* 4 \-It Corporation

ft. W 88 K ei N K-. 20 n M- u 1.:,nknoIVte11of wn ....... _._.... 2.49 vo n fruited Hiralnst you. l ,, y----
1(15\: ft wit shall according
i This order hi1 published OFFICERS? AND DIRECTORS :

;' NWVi of ... 20 81 35 20 '. R.( Kenan, Jr.Hophln : ._:........ 1.07 a to newspaper law In of The general OkvechohteSewn circulation for NOTICE Delinquent OF 191.T.XI.E EvergladesDmlnuge

:'WV, of 8ce. 87 P. Mower ... .. j.r.: : having In principal place of District Taxes C. H. McNULTY. President N. RAY CARROLL, VlcPr ai 2:1 37 83 that all
la hereby given
Nolli'v I
Kit I'-W. liiislneaa the of Ukeochobc -
lu
''''I't Eet County
Guru lot 8 .....__.. 23 37 35 :29 W. A. Roebuck ...._._ 2.39 tate of Florida. lands ditlliniui'Ut on June lat 11>>1. fur f.. KILPATRICK, Cashier

:\\\4 oC NW'4 ofNpll I.afullett .......... 1(10 Ogled at Okeechobuo, Florida this non-payment of Everglndea l>ralnm.IXstrlct ,m.
20 IT 85 1Chnrlee for the lull or E M. Mcaorv J, M. Ron Sr. I, 0 Pearce Alien
/ '4 ........_ 4t*< ilny of May, 104.(. tsxi-s year Markham
SKAL) much thereof as may bu necessary 1"1|I
tl'Ilr yf4Nvey ..f._ 29 W 33 M Unknown ._._...___..... 1.00 Clerk Circuit Court of pay the amount dUI for taxes on send
I Okrachohea County FloridaBy (iiiulH fur siild( :year, tOIl..th.l'llh inn
B,4 of NE'4, of.Unknown ... 1.88 lu tbu law 1I1G "l1if1Af ''C3NKkd"vSl :+:htnll h'Q} ot.YnlrlOf.'! l1m
ale spoclfiud
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8i 87 8ii 20 gophroula Pease, Deputy Clerk ousts ot
., NW'4' ..._.. 7--:7.: : :: :: :
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