The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30-Number 22 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 17, 1944 Price Five Cents

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BoysIn Kb hf y**>A fv l GIVES AT BVPTI3T CHURCH Okeechobee Rotary
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Various Camps 5 f'Ai i.-, JW. 4 i Will Be at Fort Junior Choirs of the Bap Club To Get Their

At Home & AbroadHoward I Pierce Dec. 1st I tint Okeechobee and Methodist will give church"Thi Good o' Charter Wed. Nile

w Shepherd" a musical program at thi tt
DnwI'ho church in Okeochobet it 4
r e Hi enum he> wan n little David in Baptist
\\ th the nnMil! font"i in thi Al") .' The new Rotary Club of Okeecho
a ,'ountrof Cossack Goliaths, Serge P m. Sunday, November I'J
dun Island for tin- i" bee will at a charter presentation
past yea Taroff found a career lie i IB the The public is invited to attend
turned, to his home hiii Imt t wand j dinner on November 22, receive its
I tin'i'tor of the singing guinti of thitoppos this service
it spending two woiki \\ Itl, I I 9fAffi" charter and will welcome Dr WalterJ.
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tbe Original Don ('oa.ackI'
parents, Mr and Mrs C. E liiuwilvIK t Matherly Governor of the 187th
IIIIUB" who will bring then organ
wss accompanied home I In bi I F'.t ; Hammering AwayAt District of Rotary International,
throated song to the singe of the
\\ ife and baby. At the expiration 01 t tIns I which Include. 67 Rotary clubs in

leave hi will report to thi. Na \ I. ohool auditorium In Fort Pierre on Jobs Florida Dr Matherly, a member of
Friday, December 1 In the course of and Buying
\ nriat Jacksonville where he w I III I a i'L tht Gainesville Rotary Club, ts Deanof
thin' fifteenth American tour underI
br i, station*)!. I the College of Business Administration .
1111"IIIe'rinl aegis of S. Hurok
Bonds Is Essential
[ of the University of Florida
: I ,liiroff wan born in the Don River
Rennls 1 left is a member and chairman
Padgett -u'" this
ill..\, of Rusnla, where men grow "" '<'I day night to return to the ,mm, year of the Board of Directors ofthi
\ u lull A Cossack under six feet It it highly important and Walter -
nosary !
ofrv3 Matherly > Jacksonville
amp In California after 'I"| d I a8 Branch of the Federal -
I' nlmoxt unheard-of among the cleimlnnU for every American to k,1',
three week here with his i 1'm Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and

Mr and Mn B K Padgett nn...01 I t'ly 0 tc ", of Stenka Razin who used hammering away at sis job and hi- ,is a former part-time public member

I It"t, i'1 ad( the hard riding warriors of duties until victory Is achieved Hunt Says Laws : of the Fourth Regional War Labor

I I tli nOI1'a'amps\ centuries ago. Production of war crops weapons. I Board in Atlanta lie was nominatedas

Murray Fulford, who ha< b I ui o,, So when the Jaroff family found and equipment must continue on the' Protect the Old Governor at the Conference of

r i hut I ,the Serge wan a head shorter huge scale necessary for this coun.1 the 167th District
undergoing training with the l'nlt, 1 I held last April In
i! 'Inn his eargantuun brothers and try and Its allies to win this war n-. I St.
Statea Marines at Paris Warn]. S r i I Petersburg and was formally
I niM'anntlj determined to atop there, quickly and as economically an possible I elected
at the 1914 Convention
arrived home the flat of the work / The confidential of
I I though he could bu-t a bronco or ftc And buying war bonds to fi. I relationship ex: Rotary International j
and Is I In Chicago fit :
spending ten days hen with ,
bating between the state welfare
SERGE JMIOIF, ConductorDon
Idi'sinn equivalent with the biggesti'f : the war Is also
'irance In May.
his :
family. tils wife ,
and baby who
I I Coanaik Chorus and Dancers I them, they dismissed hint as "not There have been five successfulwar agency and public assistance appll Dr
have been I Matherly will deliver the
at Pine Bluff, Ark, joined
.1| cants and Is
to appear at let fierce Dec, lot i of much use" When ho talked of bond campaigns since the war recipients for their principal address
him heVo at. the charter
Murray will go from protection and Is I
'lure -,- -- .-- I tudj.lng. music they made no obI began, find most folks have bought a legal require- i presentation dinner. .
to California when hs: furlough ment, State Welfare Commissioner present
I lection They apprenticed him to bonds In each of these but this
I dutyIs the charter
I to
expires. of BaisinRir ricuud n litter this : Leland W. Hiatt has written new club and
the local choirmaster just as pressing sow ns It was will advise
week from their son Mauriio] ,I. the District 10 Welfare Board with and assist President
From there he went 'to the Im In the first and It Is ,
campaign one
Word reaches us that Horace Raulerson, who Is with the United i It was stated here today by Hiram Raulerson, Secretary
penal Choral School In St. Petersburg that be I
Fulford la now with the United States Army in Belgium, in whichho II must performed. I E. II. Hunt, district board member Wilburn J. Lawson, and other officers
where his talent attracted the The sixth bond will
:Mates: Army In Bulglum and that tells then he has recently been war campaign from Okeechobee County of the new club on matters
notice of Grand Dutchess Marie begin next week, and Florida's rural
ho pertaining to club
is setting along fine but woulJ promoted to the reek of I administrationand
I 1I0ut.nant'l whose protege he became folks are expected to ; limit said that while the regulation -
like to get back home, The Okeechobee New I come through Rotary service activities lie U
Tame World War I and the I again In this of I Is not a new one Its purpose Is
ned a notice that wn sent from j stripling phase the war pro' one of the 140 Governors of Rotary

Archie Bass, who has been In the the Public Relations Office of the of seventeen, despite his minis ftrum Thus far they have bought I I I not fully understood. International who are supervising

S"lIbe. | ture size, burame a lieutenant in the hundreds of thousands of dollars I The Social Security Act, he said, the activities of
for tbe past two years, ha* army in which they told of his pro I 5,254 Rotary club

been discharged! and arrived home. motion to the rank of T servant' Imperial machine-gun corp.. War worth of bonds, and they are being was amended by Congress after sev with a quarter of a million membersIn

and revolution took the Cossack counted on to Invest additional eral! years experience' In Its administration

Ho will not be recalled to the scr and now ho has again keen promoted young more than 50 countries through

vice and this time to the rank of commissioned and his soldiers far from their thousands in bonds in the forthcoming I by the Social Security Board, out the world

officer In his letter he Don Valley home, and over the evening campaign. I to require state welfare agencies receiving Pespit the wear, this world-wide

Jin:mie Mmnthan left Saturdayfor sajs he just returned from a short campfires he led their spontamous "No one can tell whether our war ,I''|I' matching federal funds to service organisation continues to

Rhode Island anti from there he leave In which he visited Paris singing eventually welding In Europe will be won and ended "provl' safeguards which restrict grow in numbers and In strength

will go to California! He will probably them Into a brilliant ensemble who this year We know that the )! the use or disclosure of Information Since July 1, 1943, 203 new Rotary

be : rang at the Embassy Church and cost of It will not end with Gcr j concerning applicants and recipientsto club have been organized In27-
Maifrom )b4r.. back to the Ensign Wayne Aho will/ leave today i
Pacific where presently became the offtc-lat choir' rrarv'f surrender", Treasury Sec-re-j purposes directly connected with eountrle 'of the Americas and
he has been for thepast for Quonxet Point, Rhode Inland jn
two years operating with the after upending a week here of the Cathedral of St. Sofia In the tary Henry Morganthau, Jr., said ,! public assistance." Australia, Ceylon, China, England, r .

Seabeei with his wife and her parents Mr. Bulgarian Capital. recently)'. "In the Pacific we can be I "The amendment Is Intended," the Finland, India, Kenya, New Zealand,

and Mrs, Frank \V. Zander. Ensign It was just twenty-five years ago sure that the road to Tokyo will commissioner explained, "to shield Northern Ireland, Sweden, Switzer

Sergeant Fred Montsdeoca arrived Aho has just completed a year'a this season that the Original Don prove long and We recipients and applicants from embarrassment land, and Union of South Africa.
still faced with the task of
home last week and I la spending 30 training In the United States Navy Cossack Chorus was born out of a are and possible exploits

days with his family. Fred has beenIn and goes to hi. new place for assignment troop of homesick Cossack soldier. raining huge sums to prosecute our tion through divulging their names
war relentlessly wherever on the and facts concerning their private Service Men Have
traveled million miles,
England for the past year and a I They have a I
globe an enemy remaias with a gun : affairs. It is not Intended to discourage .
half. Fred says the fighting over over Europe, Africa, Australia, and 'I

there Is .till tough and may go on Italy, finally America where they will this In his hands ,I(I them from applying for and Hunting Status
As long as the fighting continues, benefits
receiving to which they are
much longer than we at home think. Oct. 31, 1944 year pass the mark of their 6,000th
the food, equipment, and weapons entitled. Nor does It pledge them I.
He returned to this country to help Dearest Dadys concert And the Tom Thumb Cossack -

bring back some German prisonersof Just a few lines to answer your draw. whispered pianlssimt! or must be provided for our armed I to secrecy or deprive them of any I Tallahassee, Nov 15/ .-Florida extends
forces and our allies, and these right or privilege. It impose
a restriction
war. Fred saya some German prls. most kind and welcome letter that roaring crescendl out of hi. thirty the same hunting privilege
things require money as well as the alone."
oners are still sullen and have the t just received today I'm telling\ giants with just a flick of a wrist upon agency to military and naval personnel stationed
effort from usIn I
spirit of the "master race" while you that you or no one else will Their concert of haunting folk y In this state a* residents enjoy
this another
addition to '
others think the war as far as Germany ever know just how much that letter songs, ancient litanies and gallop OkEECHOBEE CLUB Dr. I. N. Kennedy, Director of
important reason for buying
Is concerned la lost helped me. Ing Red Army song" will be under j WILL GET CHARTER the Game and Fresh Water Fish
war bonds-the Investment of money
I I was beginning to think you had the sponsorship of the Fort Pierce | WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12 Commission has announced. This
for future use There li no farm
Sollie Ellis arrived In Okeechobee forgotten that you even had a son Concert Association. Many from off means that service men and women,
family that will not be better
Tuesday afternoon from the army named Clarence, but I found out today Okeechobee will attend, as a numberof The Okeechokee Rotary Club, recently regardless of their own residence
from having war bonds for buying
camp at Savannah, Ga and is that you remember me 0. K season ticket. have been sold things they need and for making organized under the sponsorship may purchase hunting licenses on the

spending some time here attending Yesl! You're right when you say here for the series of concerts A Improvements in home and farm after of the Pahokee club, is off toa same basis accorded Florida people,

to business and seeing friends. that we are going through hell\ over limited number are .till availableand good start under the direction of If they are on station in this state,
victory One very use
here and we will have a lot more can be secured at the Okeesho- Hiram Raulerson, president Paul thereby enjoying considerable saving -
:Mr. and Mrs, for war bonds Is education
P Mercer, Sr., before this thing is over. Them bee New. office. Rardin, Dennis Caudill, John Dulany as the noo'resident license fee
have been notified Boys and girls now'In grade school
by the War Department Germans are giving us real hell\ now V and T. L. Burns of the Pahokee club are higher than those for residents.
will be ready for college 10 years
that their L.
son, P. Mercer

and it won't be over tomorrow "WHAT TO DO WITH GERMANY" were visitors at the Okeechobeeclub There are no exn:ptions for
Jr. from now, when bonda will mature
had when mine
a either. LATEST MARCH OF TIME MOVIE three Tuesday and assisted In arranging hunting license In Florida exceptfor
and off four dollars for
layer on which he aboard pay
sunk was was Dady, the people back in the COMING: HERE SUNDAY*MONDAT Invested. Bonds bought now will for presentation of the new resident 65 years and older and
several weeks
ago. No fur States think that they're having hell\ club's charter en the night of Nov children under the age of IS, Kennedy .
ther detail. were come In mighty handy for youths
-given. and think that the war ts over in The problem of the peace again who reach college age a. the date 22 at 8:30: o'clock. Dean Walter J. explained. Resident dpunty Ii.

:Mr and :Mrs Neal Hough, Sr, received Italy but yon can tell all of them focuses the eyes of all America on of maturity arrives. Matherly of the University of Florida cense cost $125 while resident, other

that they are wrong On this front will make the charter than home costs $3.!5.
a letter from their .on, Meal the question: 'What To Do With Of course, bonds can and will be preen .
they are fighting until they fall and tatlon sine he ii the elected A resident state license I la $8.59
Hough, Jr, this week In which he Germany" This is the title of the used for many things after the war, newly ,
they are not falling too fast I can district of while a non'resident state license 1 I.
enclosed tome photographs of him March of Time, which comes here but education lIon. which should governor Rotary.
say that I have seen all that I $25/ .SO./ A non-resident 10-day continuous .
and the company he la with at the Sunday and Monday to the Gilbert not be overlooked. The Okeechobee Club haa a membership
want to see but if I have to I license costs $1050.
Great Lakes Naval Theatre. far
Training Camp. .The Important thing now la tt of 19 and attendance so

He says he will be home for a short stand plenty more Americans are determined not to win the war and buying war bond. has been excellent. Members of the .All of these license may be obtained

Dady, I am still In the hospitalat I from the county judges, and
leave when his boot training Is lose the peace this time. The thousands is one very effective way to help club realize that a good Rotary Club
this time I don't know just when the cost Include the judge' fee.
ver. of indoctrinated prisoners do it. I attendance must be kept near the .

I will leave here I have had my' here will not let them forget 100 per cent mark. Pahokee visitors V

Lieutenant Frank Barber who recently appendix removed and now the this problem, which has touched almost S. hospitals. And a leader of the stressed the fact that the Pa Charles Cornelius of Okeechobe.

graduated: from tbe Army Air doctors find that I have sinus/ trou-1',' every American home. And, French Maquis, telling what it hokee club had an attendance percentage Is listed on the second month honer

Forces Bombardier School at Albu ble. I was troubled with it for ionic the film points out, Germany's mass means to live under German domination : of 97 and more during theI roll posted November 10 by Florida

querque, New Mexico, arrived In time now but didn't let it pull\ me'' murder of Europe's civilian population urges a realistic stand. I I past several month. Military Academy. The school, located -

Okeechobee Saturday and is spendIng off of the line. j which they call "biological Highlighting the film are scenes I All members of the Pahokee club ;I In St. Petersburg, hold third e

a leave here with his parents, Daddy, tell Mr. Ryan and Mr. Carl victory" will leave them still the of the Nazi methods of dealing with are expected to be In attendance j place on the army' countrywidelist

Mr 'and Mrs. J L. Barber and fan Logue hello for me, and tell Mr. ; most populous nation In Western their own vanquished, and exciting I Nov. 22, when the new charter is of military schools. It* trainIng :
lly On his way home from New I Ryan said thanks a lot for the'letter Europe by 1970. sequences showing the Allied troops presented. Presidents and secretar- I aim at development of military
that I
Mexico he stopped at Tallahassee I when t just entered received tbe from him I To meet the problem posed by this I. as they sweep on to consolidate vic 'I los of Rotary clubs In Belle Glade,..1 and civilian leadership a* well a*

and spent several day. with his sister army situation, the beet minds of Europeand tory In Berlin. I i Stuart, West Palm Beach, Ft. Pierce,. academic knowledge.Mr. .
Toll all of the folk. hello\ I will
Miss Betty Barger, who Is a clone for America are engaged In findinga I This latest March of Time, meetIng Sebring and Vero Beach will be V
now. Answer real
student at the Florida State Collegeat Your Son, soon solution. In the film, statesmen 'I the universal Interest In this I j honor guests that night Members and Mr. Alto Watford, Sr.,

that place. She accompanied him like Sumner Welles and Brltian's problem, ls a most timely and important -I of the Okeechobee club will be assisted spent last Friday In Tampa where

on here and spent the week end. I Clarence. (Hood) Lord Vansittart express their views film. by members of the Pahokee I they went to spend the day with
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Walter Winchell remind. softhearted ---vBUY club in arranging the program for their .on, Alto, Jr., before he left

Mr and Mrs Maurice Raulersou in The News American. of the wounded In U. MORE WAR BONDS the evening.-Everglades New. for the Pacific war ion.
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BANK : Okwchobee News Co., at Okeecho- I -
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I BRYANT BOWDEN!: ..... Editor!
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mail Entered! M second class matter g? S
by July 1, 1D14! It the Post Office In I IOkeerfiobee | .
., Florida under the E
Act of March 8, 1871. I! i ii

Special evangelistic
ANY TIME IT'S CONVENIENT FOR YOU TO '::: be jet held church at 'beginning the I i. The Opening of the

i BANK IN PERSON WE ARE MORE ;: November 19th and === .
"' the week and closing.
iponsored by I I
::1 i for the meeting will :
IeIe each evening. V located in the Okeechobee Inn, next LL


AND CHECKING ACCOUNTS, IN OR- the In le.lon'eermon Churches of I to the All-Night Filling Station and i

DER GOING NO FURTHER THAN THE throughout the world
November 10 I Restauranta"
NEAREST MAIL BOX.Okeeclioliee. _
II'Ii Word has been

i where who Earl Is Collins In serving France an with, the I All Standard Brands of Whiskey i

: he Is getting along !
i! like to be bark In I Wines and Cordials now in stock:
hopes to bo here some --
near future. lie nays -5I
County pretty country but he :
has Okeeihobeg seen. better than I 0. P. A, Ceiling Prices in effect.

f c Bank I If FOR SALE-Lot._17 I o
Township 35, Range 32. We solicit Your Business.
gstrom Route 1, Box :
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:Miss Mary Lena
Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit 3 attending school at the .
Insurance Corporation College for Women at ==
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: "' tives spent and the friends past week In OKEECHOBEE PACKAGE STORE I

c, H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vlc.-Pr.sid.nt "I Albert Berks, who Is
; M. T. WHIDDEN. CashierE Clewiston, spent the =
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: M. Mesmo J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Peare. Allen MarkkasIvfc n"ILPItRItFs In Okeechobee with :
. R daughter, Miss Joan.DRESSMAKING :: =S=

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Mrs W. D. Shine
morning for Sebring 4yt
caught the Silver
HOW MANY ANSWERSTO home in New Caanan,
spending three weeks
"mother Mr, John
Mr and Mrx W J. ,
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d.e1>e\\ I MICHAEL
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<'t11'IJJ.I: %wotr-" && Higher and .i 1 \, atl .

set'l/a\\t. \ Aloo1: \RCH
w\\'n \. .a.1' AMERICA
help ate \0 \ a DISNEY: C.\ : -\'p is indeed a favored land. Each geographic -
p,1so ey'Q SalaryNo about .. area,North, East,,South and West pos
tim 0\ sesses certain advantages-contributing to the
WEDNESDAY welfare of all.
But of all the regions of this great land,nature
DICK especially favors the South. Nowhere is there
g,3... found the name unusual combination of raw-
LUCILLE SN son materials and favorable conditions for industrial
,I In I!! and agricultural production in close proximityto .
Meet the I large consuming markets.With its rich, natu-
r-1 l resources,strategic location,mild climate and
Also: .\ : I a friendly progressive people, it is no wonder
-f the South has made such rapid progress in recent

the only servant who will do FRIDAY :: SA I years. To those who are thinking of post-war
I SN Ml4ERAL[ problems, here is the land of opportunity in the
so much for so little these days is electricity. iI I years ahead.

DOUBLE .\ I The Seaboard Railway, a key railroad of the
We're glad that electricity is able to RED I South, is proud of its contribution to the economic -
Nork around the clock in war plants and I I development of the area. Through its
in' Industrial and Agricultural Development De-
still the in home. We're :
stay on job your
Man's well
Dead partments as as through other agencies of
o proud that you pay low pre-war wages for the railway, the Seaboard will continue to plan .
MARSHA SM roRsrs and work for a more prosperous Southland.
its services!
In I. Seaboard Railway, Norfolk :0, Virginia.

That's news in wartime It's possible None Shall L __

only because of sound business management AUot WOMEN _r 9n

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hors in this company know their business. $o
"So This Is '
14NMRO. ....... "Andy "Tender Hardy'

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Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE Mrs. Cecil Mobtey left last Sat Countv Judge of Okecihnbcr Count. wily 'dO feet wide will be reserved by I'liml, ami for Board of Comminls-
r Florida nt his office In tint court :,.Miild,, Trustees from any parcel through sloners of Kvergludes, Drainage
ur'day night for North Carolina house nf said, County at Okeechohee, which I lie re Is nn existing stnte mid, ; Mstrlit ukiMN'hobee County I'lor-
where she was called on account of riorlda within eight calendar. months1 I nnd casement" for dralnugo and recln.inatlnn Ida.
from tbe lime of ho first 1 1of and for road purposes will ber
I 1'111I1.\1.\T IOS1l1 tho serious Illness of her sister. this notice Each: claim publication or demand I "'*enpi1 n 11,1 fifty pnrcent (5)l'3: ) nf -i -_ _' __. _____ ____ _
OhcK bol>ee County. FlorMn, \\' fIE.\M. uniler and bv virtue of slinll bo In writing and shall state ,all, oil, BUS nnd mineral,, rlgblH will
October 20. 1941. I the iro\lions lit the Charter, of the tin plnce of residence and post office I IIH reserved hy the Board of CoinmlH-
NOTICE IS J1EUKBT GIVEN thnt I'ity of Okooibobce. .'lurl<1". It Is the The night crew of the canning address of he .claimant and shall be AIeIO{'" of Everglades IIrnllllllll'III' I
ininniiiit to Roetlnn 0 of Chanter duty of the Mil Mir to proclaim nnd xnorn to bv the "clnlmnnf agent or trlttLots. II
IS."NI: |,nns of I lurliln., Ai-ts 1U37. I rail\ neneriil ()lly nii-etloiis nt thin plant gave Wlndcl Harden a surprise iilnriiey, and any such claim or domanil I ELECTRICAL WORK
knnwn ns the MCltt'IIY ACT end In time nnd III the lila uuuuer" pro\lilud\ supper Thursday night. Wlndcl\ Is Dot jo filed, shall be void.CLARENCE Okuecbuboe.TIIUSTKKH 2 and 8. Hlk 171, t'lt' of I
piirsiinnre of Chapter 20038 Law of I saul Charter. K.: I.I'Clt'S.
.'IrIdn' Ar-tK of 11)41, known ni the NOW. IHHtrFOUK: I. II: Ii.Itanierson. an old employee of the plant and As executor of the l.usl Will Oil"1'e.talll.o I
E V H H 0 LA I) R X llt.MSAC Mayor of the City of Okeehobee of : OF Tim INTE1tNAT1lllI't:0'ItliN'l'
TIUCT 1)1\.1 Florliln, ilo hereby I'110- Is In scrvlco. Ho U leaving Sunday, : : rr.sn OF> THU: P. P. EVANS
ACT.: the follow* <' Wlllliim M Lucius, deceased. ,S'I.\1H OK fl.OlllDAno
serlbed land situated in Everglades I CLAIM and DECLARE that a GeneralI'lty going back to the army I First publication November 3. 11)44 !
Drulnnge U I e t r I c I In Okcerhoheo Election lie held At the City Hull\ I MID or" coMMDniinvnic: or
\ County tlortiln, will he offered for I III snld I'lty on the nth flay of De.eember FOR CITY CLERK IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1 i\KKll: : ADI'.H UltAlNAGi
.1\1. nt pulille) omen' for the t I hlllhpAt011I1 A. D lOll, dnrlnit the reg.iilnr I I OKEKCIIOHEB: (COUNTY FLORIDA I DISTRICT I HOUSE WIRING
best insh hlil mibjoit to the right bourn of voting to wit : from I I wish to announce that I am a I Mm.: of WILLIAM M. LUCIUS I
of the Trnjiees" of tho Intornnl Im- X :00 o'llmk A M. until sundown on Deceased I lt\ KII\ It 11111111'""" .\gent for '1 riiHtie -
prtrteinent Fund l and ,,f tne llounl of snld dny for the purpose of el"11I1f I I candidate for the office of City The State of Florida : To nil persons "r tin" ternnl luipruM'menl i .i-

tomnilBHloneri of i\erglnd.'S: Drnlnnite I the following officers to servo a) such Clerk of the City of Okeechobei In Interested |In the estate of sail I .
Plitrlet to reject any nod nil bids, for the two yenrs beginning oil thn I ibMdent : --- -- -- - -
at the Courthouse, beginning nt 10 :(JO 1'li-Ht' ?Moudiiv' In ..tiinuiin A, D 1IMSVnnd ) the coming election to be held December ,"on are hereby notified that a written ,

oclnek A. M.. on the 20th diiof' November I milII) their Kiirccsimri have bcin; 6, I will appreciate Tour liisruinent purporting to he I till'
11MI, A! to nil parrels! dilly elected uml, qualified : I <"i> of land of ten acres or morp.1 I. In'or. vote and support "-,.d'nl( has been RoImltl toil to prol.nto' i iIn I From where I sit i .. by Joe Marsh
title to ono.bnlf of petroleum 8. City Clerk. I BILLIARD PEARCE mild Court i IrOil ; .
three.fourtlis of other minerals will I 3, "Five City) Coil nl'll 1111'11. LORENA are hereby commanded within ]'I '" : _
bs reserved \hy Trustees of the Inter IN WITNESS ttllEItnor.: I have -.---- -,--- -- --- six calendar months from the .title' ,
nol Improvement Hind. Ilnsejueiits: herennln set niv blind' as Muvor of the i NOTKE IMFH FICTITIM 11'I I of the tint publication of this notice I
for run.) right of way 200 feet wldo snld Cllv of ukeechobue. Florida and lAW to appear In said court fill ..10I
will lie reierved h\ mid Trustees from I causi'd the corporate seal of snld Cityto TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : ",11 u.... If nil)' you can why thus ati'Hi "' Ed Carey TalksThanksgiving
any parrel through which there li nn bo hereto nf filed, attested I bv tho Notice Is herehv given that the I of laid court In adniltilug) .111.1
oxlsllng itnte nunl : nod easement for City Clerk this till Duy of October undersigned) pursuant to the "Ficti '' will to probate should not eland 1111. Wf
ilralnnite mid reehimntlon and for : A. I). 11W4.II tious Name Statute." llouse 1111So.. re\'iiked. : ( ) Turkey'Bert
fond purpones will be reserved and II. IUUI.EKSOX, 1173, Chapter' 2Mn.'l) : Laws of Florida I T. W. CO EI.Y. Jr.OkeechobPs .
ftt). percent 00'1.of nil oil gas and Mnyiir of the City of Acts of 1IM1, will register with the 1."".... .rt.. ,........
mineral rights will he reserved by the Okoecbobio I'lorlilii I Clerk of the Circuit Court III nnd for COUt4'. FtloibluCimnty ,

Hunrd of ('ommltslniiers of Everglades ATTEST! :City Aim Clerk.* arose. Okeeehobee of C..tmlFlorleln.ot the publication, upon' receipt nf- ( Judge's Seal) Childers halls Ed Carey on about It! knowing that the
Drnlnngo District.piscuii'Tiox I proof ----- --- -
; !soc.! Twp. Use. Acr. I (City of ukwehubee S.ol'OTln ) this notice the fictitious nnme. to-ult : NOTICE his back porch. "What you doln', best IB going to our men overseas.

Lot lit. Blk. 43. \KKII\M BROTHERS & (COMPANY OI\I"I'UOIIEJ" ci i\r\, rioiiiiix I Ed?" he asks."Pluckin' .
South Okeccliobee !\ : OF1 1VTFVTION To under which we are engaged In bus No\einb 17. 11114.'OTII'U And from where I sit, the

I.nts 1 and :ii. Hlk. MIL LAND I luuu'u" In t the City of Okcecbobee Flor :\ I H 1IFltEJf1J'EX our Thanksgiving most important thing of all Isn't
1M City of Okeo, NOTICE I 114 11F1IEIY GIVEN that ida. pursuant, to Section I 0) of Chapter 1''. ))
eliohee pnrsiinnt to Section 15 (Ii I), Chapter That the parties Interested In snldhuxlness I.ui w 5 nf Horldn.) Acti of liiiT.:\ Ii IIII'1 turkey," Ed repllei. rationed. That's the Spirit of
Lot B, A, 12 and 13 2"im) Inw of Florida. Acts of 1041 enterprise, are ns follows: as the Ml'IIPI1Y .\("t, and In Thanksgiving! Today-ns! the
Rlk. lid). City of nnd Section 117 Chapter 14717 Laws W. A. Markham Sr. ance of I'hnpter 20(151) ; 1.a\\s of n ,r "Looks like a chicken to me,
okeechobeeI of Florida Acts ,"f 1'i'tl. us amended (I. T. Murk hum Ida, .\' In 11 i Hilt "kiiiivn IIH ,h" 1\1; I: Bert. "Looks like one to me lights are going on again all over
says ,
.nti 1 and 8, Elk bt !Suction 11. Chapter 20ir>8. I....... of R. L. !Markham 1.1,'\ TS: I ittI : 'I AIM: : the orld-thcre's. of it than
\III: ;
I.CJt\ more
1 I3. Lltv of Okee. I'loildact. of inn I) nnd also pursnint W, A Markbam. Jr. the i I I a i|i ,., I ; I ,) i I too," Ed allow. "Bat with so
chobee : to Section 42 Chapter 20722 Dated at Okeochoboe Okeeehobee III I I-: "'_-' I I. a Drnlnimii Plstrlpill i iOkitihubic I ever! And more cause for it-as
Lots 0 and 0, mk.I I II loth. 1014. l lofiernl I",
I Laws of Florida Acts of 1941 as County, Florida, Nouuber CiuintIlorMi will
I:\ City of Okeechotiee ,I liuiended. b\ !Section 10. Chapter 22070, for nub ill |'niMi, "uii\" I' Iii '! some chickens! got to do a the powers of darkness yield to
I I."" A of Florliln. Acts of 1013, and NOTICE l'i', lilchiHl? ,nnd, I best cilHb bid subject freedom, tolerance, and human
I I."II 1. 2 and 3Hlk I "eetlnn 4t flinpfpr 2 121, City of riorldncti of 1141 ns ampnded bv October, 27 1044 Inii'iniil' InipioMMueiit I und nun' 1 ui i Hi" klndnesbl
OkeechobeeJ. I ''cation 21. Chnpter 221)70.) Inws of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: thnt 11,," 1'.1 of ConimlKiiliiiiers of KverglndenIl Guess that's the way Thanks
. ...ti. 7 and 8. Hlk "riorldn. Acts of 1'MT this followingiliscrlbed to Section 0 of Chapter l >l',llllllge' I I In I II'net ,tin' .11'I giving is going to be in a lot of '
117.: CIty of Okee. Inmls In Olieerboliee County Pursuant B\M of Florida, Acts of 1U'T! ill )Ill-Is III III" C.""nil.' ,,"> | ..",i''i.III |' 7M4
i'liubes riorlda to-nlt: known as the MPRI'HY ACT and In 111'00 o'<'loi' ,'k A,M I on tii, 1Mb 01|uof \ homes this year. We'll be sitting cJoe ,
I lull 3 and 4. Blk. Lou) H>, 11 and 12. Blk 2TO City piirminnce Chapter SOOTiS. I.nwt ofFlorida. Deci'inher I'm! ) .\. i I'. ,n I IMI 1 .0 down to rationed foods and sub-
711. City of Okee. of Okeechnbee Ann uf l )n. known as the ,'I In n U ,il' i ,.. ni, MI'I '
ebobee S'4of Lot 1. Blk 21 \. City of F\EICI.AHES: IR\IN\OE PI"!!. 'mi bnlf i ii' n nn I hut three.tuurths stitutes-and being mighty glad
I' I' Okeeehobee TR1CT ACT the following described 'I ',itbo) ml >HI rved hTiUKteos
THtSlKFS OK THE INTERNAL All Illk. 1 to 10 III.... Westover hind situated In Everglades Drainage "if tin I Inn "i i,nl urn I1 ru r finentI'm I
IMI'KOVEMENT FUND. Park 8/D District. In Okeechoheo Cnuntv FlorIda il KiiHcinent: I 10 mud rlgli >t No 103 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing liuliutry Foundation I
I S% of iott Int 5 except Beg 220 will be offered for sale at public __
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outcry for the highest and best cash
;1'.1. S of \\V cor I.ot 5 run E
I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS fl(10( ft. S SIO ft. W 2M: ft. H 310: jfl. ;subject, to the right of the Trustees
IIF KVKKOI.ADES DRAIN. ft. W 1M( ft, also Ovt Lot T and, of the Internal Improvement Fundand
AGE DISTRICT W 7120 ft of Oovt t.ot'. See of the Bonrd of Commissioners ofEverglniles
: District to reject
I SO. 1' 3S
I'7 Itge.
B. KAfI.ERSON Agent htils. the Courthouse .
ItOY and nil at
By am aca1lAt3 ----
1, Great Lakes
Lots 3 and 4. Blk
for Trustees of the Internal lipulnnlng, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the
Improvement Fund and 8/I :27th! dnv of November 1044 As to all
Lots 1 to n\ Inc. Blk 141 City *t
for Board of Commissioners parcels of land of ten acres or more
.f Everglades Drainage Ills OkeechobfeLots title to one.bnlf of petroleum and
trh't. Okcdchohee County, 0 and 10. Blk. 1. Southern three-fourths of other minerals will
HordaNOTICK Pities S/I he reserved bv; Trustee of the Inter
Lot 2. lUk Y. South Okeechobre nnl Impro\ement Fund Easements for
OF OPENING OF;: CITY Lot 4. Hlk 11, Klverslde I'nrk SID road right of way 200 feet wide will
KKGISTKITION BOOK Lots 2. 3. 4. 7. H AII't t 0, Blk 41 he reserved bv said Trustees from y
The City Reglstritlon Book will South Okeechohee any parcel through nhlch there Is an
open on Wednesday November 15: Lots 11 and 12. Blk. 1'1. City of existing state road ; and easement for
1M4 and close on Friday, November Okeeihobee drainage and reclamation and,( for
24 1044 at the office of the City Lot 1. Itlk. 175. City of Okeechob maul purposes ",11he'\ reserved and
Clerk In be City Hall. Lots 7 and ft, Blk. 127. City of fifty percent (5< %) of all oil gas and flatltiu l'Ib'
, ALMA GROSS. Okepchobe mineral rights "'1he reserved by the "
City Clerk Lots 1 to 4 liii,. and 0. Blk. 138. Board of Commissioners of Everglades
City nf Okeeehobee Drainage District .jtOW
Tallahassee, Florida Lots 2. 3. 7. 8 and 1 I). Blk. 11. South de" t.hO ....' 1
Okeechohee Description lI.r. Twp Rt.. A. ent 11001
Octoher 11. 1944 ... .14.<
NOTICE! Lots 4. S and l II, Blk lIlt: City of From NE -or of flnvt ... ,.-aII ...""" .uo" ahO _ _
I.ot 4 Inpp.! 23 .. .,
OkeethnbceLots .. .
li hereby given that the .. "
1 to 4 lii,.., 7. and 10 Rlk run W 12 Stale Beard of Education of the State I \Or .. OllI .... _
of Florida offer for sale to be soU lit! )I. City nf OkeerhnnceLots I'OB thence W ", ,,, _t \ \II .
1 to .1). Inc. Blk, 1, South. 1111 ft to IlnnenckML 13 ... .,
to the highest bidder, In Tallahassee, 1o&C
went Addltliui S 411' cleg 01in 1Q41U: \ _,, ....
Florida at 12:00: o'clock NOON, November '" .atta .
Lots 1 to 7 Inc.. Blk 2, Southwest In., E along M/I. d.. .. '.
21st land .
1044 the following
I ',gIiXtO45 : teUO'N
21H1S ft E 1170 ft :
AdditionLots '" .ldeahe .d
In Oke..bob Section 16 County Township 30 South. 4. 5 anil n, Blk. 220. City of Nnly to Beg. ...... 23 3S 31H lf soucatt .U... ,.. :"" "51vah.
From NK cor of lust I
Ikt'e.bohee etI "
Range 34 Boat, containing 040.50seres will be offered for sale at public out. Lot 4 III Sec 23 runS """" pIe" d. asYAl .." 'd '" 0taBu
wore or lest
I cry for the highest and best rush hIl..ullJ..t 1 HH I leg. M uilii.V Ge' C ;,4'I>aI : a..
published compliance to the right of the Boaril- of \ 24.11: ft to Han. aod ::ofto.hO R.crullsud' ,- 4In
with Sections 27007. 270.08 and Commissioners of E'rglaolp.raln.! eock M/L for I'OH ttofl uI be .. AY
270.<>V Florida ., S.
Statutes 1041. '.' U.
age DUtrlit and'or Hoard of County thence S 4'i! deg 01mln. Y.o OI',
The STATE BOARD OF EDfCA.TIOX ..aBa lor p< II" "" !
Cnniinlsslnners of Okperlmbee County n 21(1( H ft, S NOW
reserves the right to reject any Florida, to reject nnand all bids. I i NS deg 33 mItt, W oblo .... Contact your need y.u
and all\ bids, at I IIIH ('our)huuuisu', beginning at 10:00: flU ft to 17 ft D.Iyf e
By order of the State Board of Ed- I o'clock A I. nn the 20ta: day of November water level N 40 I Don't need yoU' _
fliieallun at the State of Florida. 11)44. Knseuient: fur drainage "Il. 0.1 mlnV.. .! W.
I ,
Spessard I. Holland, GovernorATTEST I and ruebiiniitliiii and roll II I purposes 24111' ft. N wt deg.S3 I II *
: will IIH renerved l. and fifty percent mln., E 613 ft... 23 3* 30 1.07 ',
Colin Kiiellsh. Secretary I i ".u' ; I of all oil gas and mineral Lot 2. Hlk I. Wrights _ 'isit -
State Board of Education. rights will also he rescned.BOAlin I First Addition
-- -- -- t OF COMMISMOVKRS I : Lots 5. 0 and 10. JIlk.I .

I OK \"EInT.\l.t DRAINAGE I :o.'i. City of Okeec.cbobee k '.
1IR.lIWf insnticr I '
nll,1 I L'
I BOVHD OP COUNTY COM. I ltl).\ HI) OP ('mDlIS'IOSlmi'[! 'l -
JIIC MI.iSIONEUS: OF OKEEL11OBEE : in-- "' : ('. ..\ ::$ DRAIN..AC.I -
-10 f'l' .l'Y. FLORIDA.Hy ; : \l1. 'l'\IIC'I'
Clerk' of the Circuit Court of IMPROVEMENT: FUND
Okeeehobee Countv. .Florida OF. TIlE: Sl'A'lE OF KLOHnn -
; us nifont for said Boards. .
By II'llllUSI.I'EASII:, Bv lillY It. IIAI'I.EItMON Agent
_LA3LETS sAt.V wei DaON Deputy Clerk for '1'rnsiees of tbe Internal Inu
|>roM>mont Fund nnd for Board
I of CoinmlSHloners of K\erglades
Drainage Dlstilit Okee'bobeeCountv
Florida.NOTHi U.S .
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: IS HEREBY: GIVEN that, 0iC
Pursuant 'to KIM.t Inn 1.1 (11). Chapter
I 20irs. luus of Hi.rl.tn. Acts of 1041 t"1t
HUROK and 1 Section 1,1.; Chapter 11717. Lawsof
I lorliln, Acts of mil: as amended
presents hv 1 seiibn 11 Charter, 2011.1'.0"1 of
riorldn. Acts of I'lll nut also pur
sunlit. to Section 4.'. Chapter 207J2.
The Original \.nw. of "lol'Iln.1.. of 1041. us
: amended bv Section I'l Chapter 2J07'i.'
Limn of Florlila. Acts of 1013. and
Heitlon) 41 Chapter 2U722 I I.nns of
I Floridai;: ''t> :of: 1011, as amended bvSection :

Don Cossack 21. Chapter 22070.( laws of
.'Inrld".t.. of 1043. the following
ihmrllted binds 111 Okeecbobce County
Florida to.wit :
C .ots 1 to 4 111.. nlld 7 III 19 iOu '
I Blk 34, South Ukeeehiibep
CHORUS and DANCERS Lots 10 11. U and U Blk JIKI, /1t ,
City of Ok hobee I III
| Lot 11 Blk 10(1, City of Okee I ,
II /
I Chobee

SERGE JAROFF I; Lots Okeeehobee 7 ami 8. Blk 1UO City of I : .

Lot 10. Blk. 140 Cltv of Okee I ; ,'
ConductorSINGING cbobee
Lots 11 and U Blk. Ill)), City of

TilE SONGS FAMOUS FROM !\IOSCOWTO Lot 4, Blk 1'I5' City nf Okc!-
MAIN! STREETAppearing Will be offered for sale at public
outcry for the .highest uml best rub
old. subject to the right of the Board
At of Co.iimlssluiieis of Evuriilud'S Drain.
age D'strlu, a-'d/or Board of LVimlyCiiimnifctiioijerii 5
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM of Okee.chnh '.i nutty,
rinr.ibi: lo U'J.vi any and all kids, at
the Coiirthoiiso, beginning at 10:00:
e'cloik A. M on the 1Mb day of December
December 1 .1044 Easement for drainageand
Friday reclamation and road purposes

I will be reserved, and fifty percent
(.10%) of all oil !gas and mineral
will also be reserved.
Season Tickets will he exchanged at the Box Office for Coupon rights BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS! A/'N\

Tickets Opening.covering, the series, from 7:00 P. M. to 8:30 P. M. at OF I minerP.UAKD IiIuuI EVERULAED3 URA1NAGBD / &


Okeeehobee of the County Circuit, Court Florida of, honda Motor Lines has s very Important job to do

Stevens the Nation' Favorite Singer from the MetropolitanOpera as agent for said Bosrds, until the day of Victory. We have put our full efforts

By Sopbronla! Pease, to keeping vital traniporUtion efficiently on the
Deputy Clerk
=-. __ ___ I move. Tomorrow, when peace comes, and you eioect

MasseloN concert pianist of 'wnonj'.owell! Thomas said In a personal NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN a better America than ever before-look to Florid

IRIS COURl' OF TUB: COUNTY Motor Lines to set new stand*td: of luxury andcomfort
letter 'Taderewiskl Mssselos
fce'gone-but I Is still here
Jt'I)1! E. OKEECHOBEE: COUNTY, I for highway trtviLc
ao all la right with the world of music.t FEBRUARY IS FLORIDA. IN: PROBATE.:
In re: Estate: of )
W\IIlalll M. I.ncjua, i
the Manhattan Trio, comprisijviiin, ;; cello and piano In choice deceased)
chamber music. APRIL K Tn All Creditor and Persons Having
Claims I or Demands Against Bald
Estate: ,
Season ticket purchasers becqtreISK'tir; Members of the Concert You 811d Pap" of you are hereby

Association. : Secure Tickets at The Oketchobee News office notified and required lu present any I.
clnlnis' and demands which you, or
-- either of yen may bare against the
estseof William M. Lucius, deceased -
1st* of said County,. to the

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