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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 24, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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News of Our BoysIn REVIVAL OKEECIIOBEE SERVICES METHODIST CLOSE I I Thanksgiving ProclamationWhereas MRS. THE W. B.MOTHER HOWELL OF REV I I Local Rotary Club II

CHURCH SUDAYlIGHT.: HOUELL PASSES AWAYA

Various Camps : I Received Charter
Revival services are being held the State Legislature of Florida
this, week at the :Methodist Church. has set as official Thanksgiving Day the last message came to the Rev. W.
At Home & Abroad The Rov. Koeslme, pastor of the Thursday in November, and whereas this date I R. Howell on Wednesday afternoon''' Wednesday NightThe

-- : Ilaitow Methodist Church, is preachme f I this year is Thursday, November 30th, from his brother in Lake City that I -
The following letter was received j each evening. I his mother Mrs. W. B. Howell, of
Now Raulerson
therefore I H H.
) been inter mayorof I new Okeechobee Rotary Club
hat growing
from There a
by Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander I ( the of Okeechobee do Branford, Fla., had passed sway was presented with Its charter Wed-
number attend City hereby proclaim
their ion, Lieutenant Frank W. Zan eat and increasing I
The Rev. Howell left on the noon November 2nd, after
I nesday night
der, Jr.. who i Is itatloned with the I ing the services. Brother Koesllnei Thursday, November 30, as Thanksgiving Day I I
somewhere InI I District Director of Young Peo- train yesterday for Branford to attend I! a turkey dinner at the Woman's
United States Army for Okeechobee, and respectfully ask that all Club About local
the Pacific: ple's Work in the Lukeland district the funeral. He will\ return I building. seventy
places of business be closed for this day and and visiting Rotarians were present
and a pator-uvangellet. I
United State Army, The public Is invited to hear the the citizens of this community take this day to Saturday. In his absence the Rev. and a few guests Presiding was
29 October, '41. Koesline, visiting evangelist, will the H. H Rauler I
Rev Koeslme and share in the ser I give thanks to All-Mighty God for our many president Mayor
Dear Mama and Papa I vires The meeting will close Sun blessings. continue the services In the Methodist eon Before the dinner club singing -
What a day! This morning at' i church through Sunday night. was led by John Dulaney of the
I day night. (Signed) H, H, RAULERSON ; _,_ ..y I
*:OD o'clock we went to church. i __ __. I -- ---- Pahokee Rotary Club the Invocation -
We .took a picnic lunch along, and j -y II I Mayor, City of Okeechobee Hialeah Track To' was pronounced by the Rev W,
left Immediately after church utId i C. H. McNulty and -- ---- ______ ___ __ I I R Howell, and the official welcome
:00 A. M. for a little Jaunt in given by Dennis Caudill, special
jeep. There were five of us, a'i I Calendar of EventsThe NoticeDear I Have Okeechobee representative. The welcome for the
J. L Brown Were
Ho Jongha the on), Lt. Atwood t I Okeechobee club was by Judge T.
tpl litspatrick, Cpl Womac and I Order of Eastern Star will W. Conely Jr., and Dennis Caudill
I 30th '
myself. We rode for quite a long Speakers At LionsC hold Its yearly Memorial Service on Folks: Day January : presented visiting Rotarians and
tine, reaching a lake where we I Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at Do you like to see your name In I, guests and the speaker, Walter J,
hoped to go iwimmmg about 11: the Masonic Temple, aad the publici print? Do you want your organi l I I Matherly of the University of Flor
We were up on a bluff !1&'j H. McNulty president of the i invited to attend. Mrs Zander, zation to ret public credit for the Miami, Fla., Nov. 23.-Okeechobee ,, ida at Gainesville, who also pre.
down at It. Did you ever see Okeechobee County Bank and Dls Worthy Matron, is in charge of the things you accomplish Do you County will be honored with the I!, vented, as District Governor of Re-
Devil's Mill hopper at Gamesvillu? I trict Governor of the Liens Clubs, program. want to make Mrs. Whoosls sorry running of a' featured horse race i I tary for the state of Florida, the
Well, this wai similar, only the and J. L Brown of Tampa, of the e because she wasn't Invited to your during Hialeah Race Course's 1945 I I charter to the Okeechobee club
idus of the canyon were steeper Florida Safety Council were the The Baptist Women's Missionary party? winter meeting it was disclosed to ,I Mr. Matherly's address was "Ap

and it must have been 600 feet downto speakers at the Lions Club luncheon Association meets on Monday night I Ye editor Mr. Bowden has ask day. placation of Rotary Principles", a
the water. There were no very yesterday. The members of the at >7'30: at the home of Mrs. Lowry, ed me to garner such items of interest Tuesday, Jan. 30 has been designated : scholarly timely and Interestingtalk
good paths down ao we scrambleddown I Okeechobee Rotary Club were also to study the book 'God and Man In for the Okeechobee News as "Okeechobee-Glades Day" delivered with the skill of an
holding on to trees and ,mel.It guests of the Lions Club. Missions". The regular meeting: I those of general Interest will also for the two Central Florida counties :: experienced public speaker and full
would! have been a good fishing Mr. Brown spoke at some length will be held at the church on Tuesday I be published In the Tampa Tribune. by President John C. Clark and I! of Inspiration for the newly organized .
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place. Via could see fish, but the on the subject of SAFETY and what afternoon at 3.30, with Mrs. D. My typewriter is champing at the Secretary Treasurer Sam H. McCormick club members. Mr. Matherly
eater wan a bit oily for swimming. !I the Florida Safety Council Is doingIn O. Alderman as leader. I bit, all ready to flower out Into of Hialeah Race Course, resented the charter to President
\\u climbed back up, finding a rope an effort to prevent accidentsand e deathless prose, but you will have Inc., and the fifth race on the program I Raulerson, who In his speech of acceptance -
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conveniently tied to a tree to help stressed the importance of the The Methodist Missionary Society to tell me what goes on or I can't has been named "The Okee Introduced the officers and
UH part way. We had already union need for this because as soon as the will meet at the church on Tuesday write about It Quite aside from chobee County"I I members of the Okeechobee club
most of our lunch of Jell sandwiches war Is over and transportation restored uftvrnoon at 3::30. I the local Interest In 'Chobee events Clark' and McCormick extend a',' many of whom, as members of the
and pork sausage, reservinga the death rate from accidentswill remember this paper goes all\ over cordial invitation to the citizens of I: old Civic Club, have devoted yearsto
can of pears. be more than doubled. He also Anyone interested is Invited to the world now to our boys In ser Okeechobee County to participate :I their community Interests.The .
We had come over bad roads backto told the Lions and Rotarians of a attend the meetings of the congregation vice who are hungry for local news, In the day's activities at Hialeah, I Okeechobee club Is the 68th
this part of the jungle, but were proposed law which the Safety of the Church of Christ local names, homesick for the old and expressed the hope a representative ., Rotary club In Florida. There have
to find worse ones farther on. We Council will sponsor In the next Scientist which will be held each I town and its people. I'd like to I group would be able to attend'I I been recently nine new clubs chartered .
decided to go on toward a native Legislature that will make each Sunday morning at 11:00: at the have a Calendar of Events each the races. j I I two of them in South Africa,
village where lots of fellows were automobile driver liable for anyj I Woman's Club building l week for the following week, with Forty days of horse racing have one In Brazil, one In Mexico, and
We 'damage he inflict I --- v all meetings scheduled, no mem-1 II'five In United
going to trade with the natives. might p.rsonallY// so been assigned to Hialeah this win- ,{ the States, proving
went for several miles up and down liablo through insurance. | ConnersField Is bur can excuse an absence by sayIng ter, opening Wednesday Jan. 17 and Rotary's truly international scope. ,1
very steep hills over a wooden corduroy McNulty spoke of the Lions Clubs' "Oh, was the meeting' on Tuesday closing Saturday, March 3 with the/j RoUry clubs from Sobrlng Stuart
road. and what >bv y ate domtf wins their, ? I thought It was en Friday." ninth running of the far-famed Ft. Pierce, West Palm Beach .
\\e pasted numbers of Aussie many clubs and congratulated Okce-Club j Now Equipped For I'd like to have plenty of personals, $50,000 added Widener The stakes I and Belle Glade were represented.
camp sites, and quite a number of chobee on having both a Lions ', especially very especially, if they program Is the richest in Southern Attending also were two Past District
signs telling when and how they had and a Rotry Club, and what these'! Day and Night Use concern boys In service or their racing history with the $30,000 added I Governors of Florida, Harry
run the Japs out of each location. organizations could do In the ad-1 I families. Flamingo, the $16,000 added Smith of Winter Garden and Fairfax
vancement of the town. I I'd like to be the emanuensls for I
still of and
There were various signs MeLennan and six 10,000 events in T. Haskins of Sebrlng, a
combat, dugouts, foxholes trees Mr. McNulty also talked on the Equipment for night use of Con you all, to make our Okeechobee addition to the Widener. I Past District Governor of Georgia,
ripped and torn and In some cases subject of the Sixth War Loan''nor's Field is being Installed this News a compendium of local inter Besides being one of the nation's Ed Flanders, formerly of Macon but
blasted off where they were hit. drive and emphasized the necessityfor 'I week, thanks to the donation of the est. Help out, won't you? The foremost race courses, Hialeah Is now residing In Pahokee. The District
ibis all took place a number of each person to buy bonds. He tower once used for plane spotting, phone Is 93, and In the early afternoons maintained the year-around as a I Governor of Lions, C. H. Me'
months ago and everything was told his listeners that the war was I which was given to the field by the there are no planes flying Florida showplace of tropical beauty I Nulty was a guest.I .
pretty well grown over but the not over yet and would not be over I I city fathers, and moved out by the and I can hear you perfectly. Of almost equal fame with the Wid- I I Rotarians attending, aside from
road was still passable.We until the final curtain was rung I huge crane-truck and trailer be- Yours for publicity- ener and the other major stake i those already mentioned, were 0. B.
went both up and down hills down In Tokyo. longing to( Hendrlcks Field. The Marjorie B. Wallace races are the 499 pink flamingos In McClure mayor of Pahokee, and 0.
in the lowest gear the old jeep had Allen Markham, vice president of I tower has been erected in concrete --- the infield lake and the exotic: landscaping I S. Bacon, R. J. Simonaon, T. L.
1 forgot to mention that we pickedup the local Lions Club and chairman I foundations, painted re.floored and P...-T. A. Head Was i i Burns, J. Thomas, Paul Rardin, T.".
of the War Loan Committee for I I
another friend Everett Hilton ceiled, and Is now being wired for Last season Hialeah racing contributed I W. Knight Gene Mcllvain 0. Bleeck, |
who we knew in Schenectady and Okeechobee County, presided at the :. radio control. | At State Meeting 48 percent of the State's ;] Elmer Jones, L. L. Stuckey, R. p,

Camp Murphy. That made six ef II meeting._. Margin lights are being placed entire revenue from two horse, eight' Fletcher, Tom Kirk Tom Gartland,
.s.We along the runway to be used for dog tracks and one jai alai fronton, of the Pahokee club; Alec Blair,
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drove through regular swamps Musical Program night: landings. The light truck Mrs. Rae Boettger president of Of the $6,824,272 revenue to the lack Sims, Elmer Nichols, from Se-
of bananas but they are Dot bearing has arived and Is ready for work- the Okeechobee Parent-Teacher Association State of Florida in racing taxes, a bring; R. H. Jordan of Avon Park)
now. The papayas are bearing. By Methodist and it la its own power plant and has a : attended the recent state total of $3,318,300 was distributed Alf Neilson and Jack Falrcloth ef
They grow in considerable abond- flood i West Palm Beach Dr. W. J. Buck
I battery of six large lights convention In Sarasota, where the equally among the 67 counties and ;
seas here. Everett: says they get which are adjustable to make the'' local association was awarded a $1,113.226 went to the old age fund. W, R. Hooker, George Farnall and
about the size of small watermelons. Baptist Jr. Choirs landing end of the runway as bright'as membership Increase citation and T Ray Blair from Belle Glade F. A.
I was pulled by the appearance ef day. The tower will be In charge !, was discovered to be more active NAVAL AIRCRAFT PRACTICE I Zuver, H. T. Hammer, A. C. Simmons -
mangoes on the ground. There were The combined Junior choir of the of army personnel the light truck j I and efficient than many far larger BOMBING AT FOUR PLACESIN Orris Nobles, Bill Walsh and
DO trees In the vicinity except some Baptist and Methodist churches gave I will be In charge of Mama Ifobley unit of this organization. LAKE OKEBCHOBEB Walter YaroehlviUh from Fork

large smooth trunk trees about It the third in a series of Sunday afternoon and Lawrence Stewart, while th'l| The Okeechobea P. T. A. ha* Pierce
feet high with no limbs or leaves concerts on the 19th. Th.lr' rent of the field personnel will have equipped and operates a modern Navigation Interests and othersare Representing Kiwanis: was B. 0. I
low enough to distinguish the var offering was the cantata "The GoodShepherd" alternate day and night shifts. I I I I I cafeteria, with the most up to date advised that bombing practiceby Kilpatrlck ef Sanford. Allen Markham -
iety. I finally made out some mangoes by Ira B. Wilson, writ The cooperation and Interest of cooking and refrigeration appllan United State Naval aircraft Is rice-president of the Okeeeke-
. however, and later, saw some ten In oriental style with recitatives the town( In Connors Field Is ap see, including a steam tablet the taking place dally between the hours bee Lions Club was a guest, sad
smaller mangos trees solos and chorales using Biblical predated by both local and Hen kitchen and dining rooms have been of sunrise and sunset in four areas I among other guests were Jack 8p m-
Everett said that he kaa seen I verse as words, Interspersedwith drlcks Field personnel. When It redecorated and about 800 childrenare in Lake Okeechobee.The cer, Nathan Zelmenovitz, M. C. Pitta
some lovely orchids here, but I more modern poems relating was necessary to lower some light served dally. area will be one mile In diameter and J. M. Boe.
haven't yet. We also saw some to the general theme. poles and cut down some trees The association also sponsor the with center ati The course dinner was deliciously
breadfruit trees with green fruit. The choirs are under the direct which constituted a hazard the Cub Scouts, with the Rev. Alderman 1. tl teg. 05 min. 30 sec. N. latitude cooked and skillfully served by the
Everett said that it i* quite good Ion of Judge T. W. Conely Jr.' and Florida Power and Light and the pastor of the Baptist church, 80 .deg. 44 min. W. longitude club chef, Mr. H. Conrad, M' tl
baked when they are rife. The plan a similar concert once a month. Inter-County Telephone boys lower-I" Den Chief, and Allen Markham, I t. 26 deg. 68 min' SO see. N. latitude listed by* Mrs Pearce home ecenomlcs -
fruit is a large oval shaped fruit Mrs Rae Boettger Is accompanist,1' ed the poles entirely free of any I( Leslie Rauleraon and Al Boettgeras 80 deg 54 mln, W. longitude director of the Florida
which I. even larger than the pa- and soloists for Sunday' concert charge and the owners of the trees, I his committee S. 26 deg. 61 min. N. latitude, 80 Power A Light Company of West
psyss. lie said they had seeds were Marjorie Coker, Katherine the county, the Dixie Cattlemen's The purchase of a large project. deg. 60 min. SO lee. W longitude. Palm Beach.
about the sue of golf balls and Sweatt Molly Boettger Jack Wolff Association, and Mr. Morgan, donated I. Ion machine. an aid In visual education 4. 27 deg-. 01 min. SO see N. latitude All citizens and organizations !Is
tasted something like bananas.We Betty Mason and Judge Conely, them to the cause. Mayor Is the current.project of the 80 deg. 46 min W. longitude Okeechobee join la' congratulationsand
drove on for a while and then with W. D Boehmer, baritone, as Raulerson gave the field Its flag. association. To raise the funds for I Targets consisting of pile structures best wishes to the Oksechobee
stopped to let the jeep cool off. guest soloist. The concerts are It should be a satisfaction, there. this project the members will givean I about 40 feet square have Rotarians, whose motto, "Be Profit
Here we investigated another old given without charge or offering, as fore, to the town that all of the amateur play In the near future 1' been placed at the center of each Most Who Serves the Best" is only
deserted camp site and then went a contribution to the enjoyment of visitors to the field from the state other organizations and Individualsof of the four areas. Each target faI I I. new wording for the spirit ther
en. We came to a summit of 2200 the town and to further the musical pronounce it one of the neatest and Okeechobee are also pledged to I surrounded with four piles driven have always shown.
ft. (so it was marked) beyond appreciation of the young people < belt Four Department of Commerce contribute to the projection ma- on a radius of aDo feet from the fI
Christmas hill. Here we could seea composing the choirs Judge i' Investigators recently went chine. I center of the target and Is providedwith I I I By using V-Mal you will get all .
wide valley below, with lower Conely Is developing excellent over the field thoroughly and were Attendance at the -neetlngi of the suitable warning signs. Miniature the advantages of the fastest meats
hills beyond between us and the : tone quality In their work and their > very greatly pleased with It-which P.-T. A. has been very good this non-explosive bombs drop- | of communication and save plaaei
ocean. There were some small Interpretation of music I I. Increasingly will perhaps, mean a future In aviation year, as they are being held at night ped from low-flying airplanes are space so that others will be able t* I f
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t lit- ran. security. Getting a Social Security cities and was' transferred to Tampa

-- --. "Then another machine gun op-1 i| Account Number Is really taking out during 1935 following this assign ELECTRICAL WORK

the i-ned I fired Into the insurance with the Fed- mont, he occupied important positions .
Published Etery fnday by : : ': nnd altering, of up on me. 11 n policy

Okwchobw News Co., 'at Okrcchobw all khifU. I'IKH l"ea80nllbl. :Mrs. nut, and held their attention al creel. Government, not only for the in Atlanta and Norfolk, returning

Okeechobce. County. Florid Iclma Bilk, Rot Okwhobn 2M my outfit came up and cleaned It'' worker, but for hit family. to Tampa in June 1913 as,I P. P. EVANSHOUSE

--- --- -- out We took 82 prisoners and ., Since January 1, 1910, monthly General Passenger Agent with jurisdiction I
BRYANT BOWDEN ..... .... Bdltor
- Mrs. Mike Dowllng and ion Tom shout a caiualty." i benefits have gone out not only to over southwest Florida

Entered as second elMS matter mlo left today to return to their Corporal Mllli, then a private, th! retired worker over 66, but sup V WIRING

July 1. 1914. at the Poet O3lc in home In South Band, Ind., after gives full credit to his outfit and ; plemental benefits have gone to the If you use V-Mall you will save

Ot5ertiotr? Florida under the spending several days'ben visiting lays,, "I with I could tell you more ',I retired woiker's wife If over 05 and apace on a plane so that another

Act.. of March 8, 187U.gUBPCRTTTTOtt. o I friends and relatlvei. Mn. Dow!- about them, I don't wart anyone to |[ lurvlvors' benefits to widows over fighting man will also get his mail.

-- think I am hogging all the ilol y." I 05 and younger widows with dependent "
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Local committee aru planning a"It" children. Benefits have also been ,
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months In advancs .. .. 1.00 --_ | iinbiatiuM and every honor going out tu dependent children andto

Three months In advance 75' FOR SALE: 17 acre hammock that the Polk <'ount> lonimumtj can Hired pendent) parents of deiisul J

.___ .n cleared, old I > ,,,,,1"1'I II In hp"I"J: ] upon UK, hero 1 workers. More than half ofI
land two third on I
Advertising/ bills are payable on I oipotal MilK wu hot in the tin approximately 800,000 beneflcl I
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pixie. fronting Camel Grove Mm I
the flrtt of pivh month. Parties
unknown to publishers required to Solon D. Platt I I hand during the engagement. I| apes In the United States receiving i iiBANK

0 \ V ,* monthly Old-Age and Survivors Insurance '
pay In advance. 1 I
-- Lieutenant Frank Barber left last arc women and children i
Reading notices In local columns, Shop Now Mail It '
Friday afternoon after spending aweek -----VCIIL'R'IIES
10 cents a line Rates for display I
byma't
here with his parents, Mr and OF CHRIST,
advertising furnished on application .
Classified advertising 9 cents Mn J. L Barber. Lieut. Barber I During November SCIENIST

has been tent to Lincoln, Neb :
each word per Insertion. All Items ; ? I ei
regarding enterprises conducted for |j where he will spend three weeks "Ancient and Modern Necromancy I i iti:

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslnj' before being lent to another camp Public response to the Post Office Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism ),

-- and placed In a bomber group. Department's "Shop Now! Mall InNovember" Denounced" 11th. subject of the

campaign is good but Lesaon-Sermon which will be read .

Service Men Malcom Simmons, who li itationed needs to be better, according to In Churches of Christ, Scientist, .
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Postmaster General Frank C.
at the Naval Air Station at Jackson' throughout the world on Sunday,

(CiiiilluiicMl, from 1'iliti One) ville, and Billy Atkinson of Jacksonville I November 26. ,!:l ANY TIME IT'S CONVENIENT FOR YOU TO

lands, and on beyond a low mown. will leave to return there I "Extraordinary wartime condltioni Among the citations which comprise "

tain range, rising off another .Island tonight after spending this week In I face us," Mr. Walker said the Lesson'Sermon Is the BANK IN PERSON WE ARE MORE .
Okeechobee with friends and relatives "Unless more people buy and mail
In the distance. It was quite following from the Bible! ;
impressive this month the postal service cannotdo "The night is far spent, th* day Is j PLEASED TO OFFER YOU OUR BANK BY .

We rode on and kept going up its job of delivering all Christ at hand: let us therefore cast off I

and down over hills finally arriving Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coons are mov mas gifts on time. the works of darkness, and let ui ''f, MAIL SERVICE WHICH YOU WILL FIND

ing this week to Orlando, where M.r, "It Is not pleasing to us to haveto ,
at a spot where some native men put on the armour of light" (Rom' THE GREATEST POSSIBLE CONVENIENCE! f
were selling souvenirs From the Coons Is now employed, and where ask the American people to mail I ana 13:12): ).

they have bought a home. As Rose packages so far In advance of the
road we could see their village of V
huts about "\, of a mile away on I Mullis, Mrs. Coons will be long and delivery date We do so only because FICHT PROMOTED BY SEABOARD IT PERMITS YOU TO KEEP YOUR SAVINGS -

affectionately remembered In Okee- it has to be done. The job
the next hill with no apparent road
I chobee. Is a tremendous one, but we are AND CHECKING ACCOUNTS IN OR-
or trail to it so we didn't go near It.
Norfolk, Va.-The of
-- confident that it will be dona because I appointment
I bought a grass skirt which will J. DER GOING NO FURTHER THAN THE
Members of the Baptist Mission. we know from experience that I Wesley Flcht, General Passenger -
have to be disinfected They hada i of
Agent the Seaboard Railway at
ary Society have finished a Training given sound reasons Americans co
very few bananas which they had ; Florida NEAREST MAIL BOX.Okeechobee.
Union Study Course given by operate magnificently I Tampa, to the newly created

already sold out. Mr. B. D. Locke of Melbourne, and I "Unprecedented shortages of man I position of Assistant to the
We traveled back over hill and ,
Passenger Traffic Manager Seaboard -
Mrs. Gross of Feniacola, missionaries and transportation facilities at
I power
dale, stopping for a short while to
In this district. The classes growing out of the war compel early I headquarters here was announced -
eat our pears and drain our can'
C. E. Bell
by Passenger
were well attended and much Inter mailing. The Postal Service has
teens. We got back to civilization .
eat aroused On Friday night, following given 60,000 experienced employeesto Traffic Manager.The
before the tire went flat. The
announcement stated that the
the final examinations, asocial the armed forces and 300,000 railroad
spare was also flat and wouldn'tbold appointment of Mr Flcht Is in rec.I .
gathering was held at the workers have gone to war.j I s I
air, so we parked the jeep In I I o-T-ition of exceptional ability as '
church with the members of the to Equally serious is the fact that rail :
the nearest motor pool and taught hostesses I! evidenced by his services in positions ij County
ciety as and other transport facilities are
a truck back. j I of Increasing Importance which ,
V taxed to the limit with the great
I forgot to mention the swim be. I
have admirably fitted him for the
FORT MEADE HONORS HERO
burden of war traffic which all of
fore we had the flat We stoppedby
I OF ANZIO: BEACHHEAD IN I|I us know must take precedence, I I new post.
a swimming hole in a cold stream" :'1 r. Ficht was reared In Clear'
CELEBRATIONESTERDY: "In a great number of our 43,000 ; Bank
coming down out of the hills. It watt, Florida and began his Seaboard
post offices the man power situation I
was very cold and swift. I he department I
career with $ passenger
Citizens of Ft. Meade and South Is critical. The 200,000 extra workers '
W. got back well before suppertime at St. Petersburg In 1924.
I Polk cele Phone 15
County sponsored a great whom we normally recruited to
Needless to say, we ate In line with subsequent advance'
bration Nov. 23rd In honor of the
handle the swollen Christmas volume
heartily and will sleep well tonight l
We are all sunburned and feel likewe've town's returned hero, Cpl James of mail were able to work long i Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit
II. Mills, 21 year old Ft. Meade boyon houra of overtime and to do heavy
taken a beating after that Insurance Corporation t
whom was recently conferred the work. This cannot be expected from r

ride.We Congressional Medal of Honor, the the women and high school boys and
all had a good time and planto OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
blithest award the Army offers. girls to whom In large part we must Gilbert Theatre
take a rubber boat back to the .
Ai a icout on the An/tlo! beachhead look this year to meet the situation. C. H. McNULTT, Fresldeat N. RAT CARROLL, Vlce-Preslseat
to fishing sometime. I
canyon go
Give my love to M. L. She should Mills distinguished himself In "The way in which everyone re- ___ _0- __ M, T. WHIDDEN. Cashier
a manner that places him in the i sponded in making It for
have received a letter one day be' possible usi SUNDAY MONDAY E If. Meserve J. M. Roe, 8r. I, 0, Pearce Allen Markkas
fore this ar ivu. class of the famed Sergeant York. to handle a volume of 70,000,000 __ __ _____ 0LUM _
But let Mills toll his own story: parcels for the armed forces over

Lots of love, \Ve were in the rear of the beachhead seas leaves no doubt In m>' mind & ABNER 3tC>I BhLgYll:! lid pg lkl>LNfkM>!STLILNklLIUtun.irigMtfViiuhkip!

Frank training for two weeks after _. .
that the November Christmas mailing In ---- -- -- ---
V 1 joined the outfit. I
will be equally successful. I

NAVAL TARGET PRACTICE "When the big push came to break ask for the help of the press, radio, SO THIS ISWASHINGTON"
out of the beachhead
we found our business advertisers, chic groups
i
(Continued from last week) selves advancing through ditches I and all Americans in making it pos- I Now Open Year Around

used In these practice bombing operations under a baptism of fire. I Bible for the Postal Service to do

I "I was new to all this and hardly I I its work. I

knew what I was doing" Mills said, "TillS IS AMERICA":
Vessel
operators are requested, In "We urge everyone to buy now,

the interest of safety and efficient "first I ran across two Kiauta as | mail] in November and mark gifts MUSICAL S| ORT

naval training operations, to avoid I I approached a strongpomt They 'Do Not Open Until Christmas'." LATE NEWS"WEDNESDAY Riveria HotelGEM

the areas during bombing practice. were as surprised as I was. I fired I --V -
'
Prior to commencement of daily and one dropped. The other sur t FIFTH ANNIVERSARY: OF 1VES'1'PALM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

bombing practice, naval aircraft will rendered. We moved on ahead and SOCIAL j ONLY
BEACII SECURITY
I ran Into was
another Kraut. lie .
make each
a preliminary
run over --- --
I BOARD OBSERVED LAST \\EEKLast
pulling the Announces
pin from a grenade but
target and drop a smoke bomb at \

or near the vicinity of each target : when he Jaw my gun leveled at him FRANCHOT TONE and .t .
j he surrendered week marked the fifth anniversary
craft within I Another one popped -
Any a practice bombingarea
upon receiving this signal | up and I killed him. I moved of the opening of the Social I ELLA RAINS I
NEW CABANA CLUB
Securit Board In West Palm Beach II
I
| on cautiously
around
should Immediately] leave it and not a bend and in"Ph9ANT0M ,
This office located In the
George
return until practice has ceased. A came upon mx Germans; ; they were i 'OPEN NIGHTLY
about 40 feet Washington Hotel was established I LADY"
and!
further public notice will be Issued away they opened I

.... ai soon as regulations governing the| fire. Luck was with me. I couldn't In November 1930 for the purpose

use and navigation of the areas are, do anything but move forward, fir. of rendering prompt service to peo j CARTOON i SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT
pie who wanted Social Security Account '
prescribed by the Secrctacry of' ing from the hip. They seemed to
card. 01 desired to file claim
War. I Iil.t demoralized as I kept on walk -- -- ---
for Old-Age and Survivors Insur
-----V--- i I ing toward them They surrendered, ance. i F1iID:1YTL:_ RDAYI Music Entertainment

"The next German we met sur
Mr. and :Mrs Delton Harden and I i
the
"During pail five thin I
years
rendered. Further I fired DOUBLE FEATURE
on was on
little
daughter, Marydoll, are guests office has issued more than 36,000 I'' Recreation
of Mrs. Jeanie Harden. by machine gum and rifles. 1 account cards to people living in! ROY ROGERS I
killed the machine gunner and the I
Palm Beach :Martin, llondry, Indian I In
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I.
River, Okeechobee, Glades, High?', TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
.. ; "YELLOW ROSEi
-=-- lands and St. Lucie counties," Jo.
FOR GUESTSSTATION
1'. V'erri, the manager said "Then
WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND MAKE:
ii a marked acceleration in the i OF TEXAS"

Turkey Shoot Ii number of people applying for ac
count cards. Our office has issued!" TRIPS TO THE:: WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH

Social Security cards to many pco<. : JUDY CANOVA

pie who would not ask for them i in
WEDNESDAYNovember I in BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING
peace.time-hlih school boys ant

girls taking part time jobs In laun AND PLEASURE
24, 1944 "LOQIA"AHA1'YRIDE'
dries, stores, or offices to help re

At the Old place workers who have been called! ; Write for Descriptive Literature and Summer Ratee
AirportSPONSORED to the armed services: housewives

who never had jobs before but wh ) ; ; :
BY F.F.A.:
feel that they can do a patriotic i NEWS I

duty and help with the war effort
3:30: Riveria Hotel
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and older workers who had retire :

EACH SHOT $.50 from the labor market because ol t 1 COMING ___
DAYTONA
age, but want to do their part now Box 747 '', BEACH, FLORIDA

Try Your Luck "Our job is to Issue Social Security "Tender Comrade"

SPECIAL COMMITTEE: Account cards to all thosetaking "Ad, Hardy's Blonde Trouble" -

Jobs with Industry or commerce "Lady In the Park"

WAYNE FULFORDTOP ," declared Mr Verrl. "But I: "C lag My Way" Notice

GODWIN wonder If they all realize that the]r "Bathing Beauty" Several Hotel Positions Open Write!

JOHN WHIDDEN are doing more than getting Social '.

Security Account card*-that the y1
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HUD.\\', NOVEMBER 21, 1911 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS

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AdvertisementsNOTICE FOR CITY CLERKI IN TUP! COt'NTY JfDOE'R COURT
= Legal
r OKEKCIIOUED: COUNTY FLORIDA
announce that I
wish to am a Ehtne of WILLIAM M. LUCIUS
candidate for the office of City Pu..en.od,
The State uf Florida'. : To all persons -
| I'10('J"UI \TJON Clerk of the City of Okeechobee In Interested In the estate of said

nki>M.linlira County, Florlila' I WIIKUHAH under and hv virtue of the coming election to be held December del'edeilt<< : I
October 20 1041 i ho provision of the Charter of the You are hereby notified, that n writ
KOTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN: thai "'ltv of Okpeehiihce Florida It Is the 6. I will appreciate your 'ten Insriiineiit purporting to lie th' I

pursuant 10 Swilnn I o of Chanter, I 1r.INI.!! I nxa of J.'J"'Ioln., | Aril U 1,1 call General City Elections nt the indent has been adiullted, to [iril,""it'
known ni the MliUI'IlY ACT. and In time nnd In the manner provided In LORENA BILLIARD PEARCE In said Court. I g

Pursuance of Chapter 20H5S: Laws of I said Charter _. I HoU ore herehcommanded within
,
rx11
:, i I. 11. -- --- ---- "---
KlnrMn' Act IIf I'lll known as the SOTHF.ltm"OItF six calendar months from tiltIn, 1
EVE UO L A DBS IWAIN'AKg PHTIUCT Itnulorson! Mayor of the Citv of Okeorhobee NOTICE ni 'the llrst pulillciitlun of this DullK-, F
ACT the following de- Florida, tin hereby IMIO Oktahobee County, Horlda to appear In said court and smut
irrlheil land situated In Everglndos: CLAIM and DECLARE!) that a General October 27, 1014 causa, If any you con why the ac ,
nrulnngo 1) I I t r I e t In Ofciwhobee i city Klwtlun be held nt the City Hall I I NOTICE 1s" 11EHEBY:!! GIVEN! that ton| of aald court In admtlllntr sulilulll I
will he offered for In soul City\ Day of De. pnrstlnnt to Portion' I 0 of Chapter I to prolmta should nut stand uiu |,
of ndltbaNneih' p for the highest A, D. nvotingauto the rog. \ l"21III: Laws of Flnrldn Acts of 11))7: revuked., I
I
ninth
subject right <,' bourn of : from I known as the MURPHY ACT and In T. W. CON: ELY: Jr. I
of the Trustees of HIP Itltcrnnl Improvement I MOO: sundown pursuance of Chapter SOtWM. Laws of County Jndiie, I IOkeecliohee I '
Fund and of 'the Ilonrd of suld 1n 1[, I I Florida, AotH or 1041. known as the Cuuny, I'lluililn ....'
Comm teem uhors or Evirglnd.Irninfige I t nhr eh''i r:\'rlfl'\I'IS' DiHivinn nn.TItli'T (County Judtfo's, Seal) a ?kgw p. f al.v
District to 'I'Jel'nllY ninl nil Mils fir the two years beginning on the I I ACT, the, following ilearrlbvd ______ ___
19115. ''Innil, situated In Kvergladis Drainage .INa I
nt the Courthouse, livglniilng nt 10:00: I11 Jnmiarv, I. D. NOTICE
o'clock AL. on the UOIh des of November nnd until their KIH i <'ssiirs have been t, et riot, In nltceclxihce aunty, FF'ior- ItIEI'1t'1I01lr.1"i 'nt's'n.t I lr ..
1041. At to nil )parcels duly i eleetcU and ttiinllfledi: I Ida,,,rfor Kill i lie, the offered highest foi" ind role,, best nt publicoiit tashhid """ n"r 17. I'M) ; V <
of In nil of Ira acres or more, I I. Mayor. <<< of the Trustees NOIU'll I IS IIRUKnY: : D1VRN: thntiiiiisirinl I 01"
siililoit In tin rlzht -
title to one.half of petroleum and, :2, rii, Clerk. I of the Interim! liupruvi>iiien( Fund to :;oiH'.n ii of Chapter l' lnl, .t 1"f hrA
throe-fourthi of other mineral will i). Five City Councilmen and of the Hoard nf Commissioners of loll"r -''h.rQnr<<,t. of Hi7.: known. I ,\.. 0'
be reserved<< hv Tnistcs the Inter ,I IN WITNESSVIIEItEOF, I have Kvi: >rirhnU'S Drainage District to reject is the purl '
nnl Improvement Fund hereunto set my hand as Mayor of the and all bids\ nt the Courthouse, uiiiu uC ClinpUr SOiiO>, Laws of Flor. I 1 tI
for road<< right of way 200 l.u..OIenl'l I aid City of OUeechohee. Florida, and aiiv tieirlnnlng nt 10.00 o'clock A. :or. on the ida.its nf 1041. known nn the EVER I ,o
will he reserved, bv Bnld '' panned the corporate seal of said 'Ity 37lh Inv of November. 11)41 As to all ',"'\" :!Al"f1
any parcel through which there Is an to be hereto affixed attested by the parcels of hind I nf ten acres or more, the follow Ing described, land situated,
, existing state road: unit easement for I City Clerk this 31st Day of October title to one.hnlf of petroleum ..n"Ibro..folha Ukeeehn In Everglades Drainage District la ,,! +t)
drainage and reolnmntlon and for A. D. 1M4 nf other minerals will bC
road purposes will be referred and II. H. RAULERSON be reserved by Trustees nf the Inter offered for sale' at public outcry forsubject

fftv percent ((507r) of all oil. gas and Mayor of the City of nnl Improvement 'lIn'\. Easements forrnnl the to the highest right and of best thInternal e emu Trustees bill of the I.I
Florida.
Okeechobee feet wide will
mineral rlghti will be reserved hj the right of way 200
ATTEST : Alma Gross, said Trustees from Improvement Fund and of the ..
Board of Commissioners of Everglades lie reserved by <<
Drainage Olalrlct.DEIICIIIPTI0'l City Clerk nny parcel through which there la an Board II of Commlsuloners of Everiliatle'l x 1.6 ." ?A wa'
: Sec. Twp Rge. Acr. (City of Okuccbobee Seal) existing, state road : and easement for nil hlils.ini.ije District tall o reject
nt the Courthouse, beginning
Lot 10 Blk. 49. I Ural n one and reclamation and for I
at 10:00: o'clock A.\I. on tbe 1Mb day
TO will he reserved, and
South Okeechohee NOTICE OF INTENTION road purposes '
I.oti 1 and<< 2, Blk.1R1. SELL LAND fifty percent ((50-1) of all oil gas andmineral of of !land December of 1044. As to all parcel ;, -
will be reserved by the ten acres or more, title to
rights
City of Okee- NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that Ilonrd of Commissioners of Everglades one.half of petroleum and three-fourths 46. Pk rh
chobee piiriunnt to Section 15 ((1)I). Chapter of other minerals will be reserved by '
Loll 5. S. 12 and 13 2
Blk.: 1W. city; ofOkeecnohee ninl Section (17. Chapter 11717 Laws Dewrlptlon ".e. Twp Rge A. Fund. Kiiseuients: for road, right nf 50
nf Florida. Acts of 10S1. us amended nay 'HO feet ..ed. by
Lots T and R, Blk. In Section 11, Chapter 20 103. City of'Okee.chobee Florida, Acts of 1011, and also pnrsnnnt Lot 4 In See, 23 nlilih there 'static road. ;
runV 1202 ft. for
to Section 42 Chapter 20'122.I and casement for drainage and reclamation .
Loti 5 and 0. Blk. Laws of Florida<< Acts of 1941. as I'OB. thence W and fnr road purposes vtlll he
Ill), City of Oketthobee : amended tv Section 10. Chapter 22070. 1103 ft to Hancock reserved nnd 1.30tlfty I of
T.nws of \nrldo. Acts of IOU and MIL S 41)! ileg. 03: all nil. BUS and mineral I rights will
I.ols 1. :2 and 3. I ectlon 41. Chapter 20722. Laws of mln., E along I/I. be reserved by the Board of ('''mils, .-'!"... ....,
Blk. 12',41 City of Fhirlda. Acts nf 1(141, us amended hv 24(1( IS ft E 1110' ft sinners' of Everglades Drainageills' I "....;.. '
Okeecbobee Section 21, Chapter 22079. Laws of Nwly to Beg U'_" 53 3H 3fl 4'/4 trict. ThisIs
J.ots 7 and 8, B1k, Floilda. Acts of I'M.1)! the following From NE per of flovt

ehobee 137. City of Okee. 'linprllied lands In Okeechobe County,. Lot 4 In Sec 23, run Lots 2 and<<1 3. Hlk. 171, City of what the notice
.Florida to-wlt: H 88 deg 35 Olin
l.ota 3 and 4. Blk. Lots in. 11 and 12. Blk. 230. City \\' 4111tt to Hancock Okeechobee. I In the obituary column .
of Okee-
11.lty of OkeechoheeRVjof M/L for ron TitrsTEEs!' OK tin INTKK.M.L:
Lot 1, Blk, 24ft. of did not say .
chobeeTRUSTEES t City thence<< S 411 OF THE INTERNAL Okeeehohee > mln. E 240.IS ft S8H STA1E OF FLORIDA I 45,000 persons .
IMl'UOVEMENT FUND All IIIko. 1 to ID inn Westover deg. 35/ min, W
Ob' THE< STATE! Of FLORIDA Park ynSi 0.13: ft to. 17 ft IIIMIID OF COMMISSIONERS OF die annually from SYPHILITIC HEART
{, Of Covt Lot 5 except Beg 220 water level N 4R EVEItULADES DRAINAGE ,
yds S of NW rot Lot n run E 05 min.V.. DISTRICT
deg.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS fiflfl ft, S 810 ft. W 2T4: ft !S 310 24H1S\ ft. N R8 deg. I Only the! doctor and John Doe knew that the syphilis germs
0V EVEROI.AUES DRAIN. ftV 31W ft. also Oat Lot 7 and 33 mln, E U5 ft.. 23 88 30 1.87 By Roy II, Unnlerson' Agent for Trns. harbored In his body had made their determIned way to his

AGE DISTRICT W 712.9 ft of Govt Lot 4. Sec. Lot 2, Itlk 1. Wright'sFirst Icon Fund of and the for Internal Board of Improvement Comminla- heart In their treacherous manntr had undermined iu
SO 1Lots
37. Rae
By ROY R. RAfI.EKSON rent Twp. Addition<< sinners of Everglades Drainage delicate mechanism-to place John Doe among the 45,000
3 and 4. Blk. 1, Great LakesSD
<<
Blk
for Trustees of the Internal Lots t II, 0 and 10 District, Ukeethobee County Flor PERSONS WHO DIE ANNUALLY FROM SYPHILITIC
Improvement Fund and 111.'. City of Okeec. ida
for Board of Commissionersf Lots 1 to S Inc. Blk 141 City ef fliohee I HEART DISEASE

Everglades Drainage DIs.trier. OkeechohraLots This is a common, untold story behind the death columns.
and 10 Itlk. 1. Southern I
0 COMMISSIONERS
OkceVhohee Count. BOARD OF
Florda Tines S/D' OK EVERGLADES DRAIN. i That EVERY year more than 100,000 persons die from syphilis

._- Lot 2, Blk Y, South Okeechobee ACE DISTRICT -their deaths recorded at "heart", "rheumatism", "kidneyi",
NOTICE OF OPENING OF CITY Lot 4. Blk 11. Riverside I'ark S/D TRUSTEES OK THE INTER- I, "high blood pressure"Only -
REGISTRATION BOOK Lots 2. 3. 4. 7. f 5 and I II, Blk. 4.1, ML IMPROVEMENT FUND Protect Your
The City Registration Book will !South' Okeechobee OK THE STATE OF FLOR Homo from I a blood test can be relied upon to expose syphilis germs

open on Wednesday, November 15. Lola 11 and 12: Blk 181, City of IDA. TUIIRCUIOSISKHrrowisnu I -biding their time to wreck and destroy-masquerading ae
1944 and close on Friday November Okeechobee Bv ROY It. RAULERSON Agent another disease
24, 1944 at the office of the City tot 1. Blk. 171, Cltv of Okeechobee for Trustees of the Internal Im. Well "ailing" Insist a blood test at once. It's the
Boardof or upon
for
Clerk In b. City Hall tots 7 and 0, Blk. 127. City of provement Fund and
of Everglades KNOW FOR SURE.
ALMA GROSS Okecchobe Commissioners only way to
City Clerk 1 I.fMs 1 to 4 Inc, ft and 9, Blk 138 Drainage District Okeeohobe Consult your family physician or go to a free clinic

City of Okeechohee _._ County, Florida. ______. __ I
Tallahassee, Florida Lots 2. 3. 7, N and 0, Blk. 13, South i Sponsored by
October 17. 1044NOTICE Okeechohee NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL
Lots 4I and 0. Hlk. 10% City of LAin
NOTICE Is hereby given that the OkeechoheeLots NOTICE IS HEKEBV: GIVEN that,, YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMITTEE
State Beard of Education of the State 1 to 4 Inc.. 7. 0 and<< 10, Blk.lr I Pnrsunnt to Section 13 ti II. Chapter : FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
of Florida offer for sale to be sokl '. City of Okeechohee 20nis, I.sn of Florida Acts of 1941 I
to the highest bidder In Tallahassee, Lots 1 to 20 Inc., Blk, 1. South. and, Section 111, Chapter 11717. Lawsof BUY and USE ; LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT
"Florida at 12'00 o'clock NOON November west Addition Florida, Acts of 11)31. as amended UNITED STATES PUBLIC: HEALTH SERMCEf
21st. 1044. the following landIn Lots 1 to 7 Inc., Blk 2, Southwest bv Section 11, Chapter 201I.a.< .. of ChrttlmiJ Sills .
Addition Florida, Acts of loll and also pnr.auant I
Okeechobee Section 11. County. 38 South. Lots 4. 5 and 0. Blk. 220. City of to Section 42. Chapter 20722.
Township
Okeechobee Laws nf Florida Acts nf 11)41. as
Range 34 East containing 64080 will he offered for sale at public out. amended bv Section 19. Chapter 22071), I
.. acres, more or less, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1043. and --- --
4 cry fur the highest and' 'best rash hits .
THIS NOTICE Is published hi compliance Section "Chapter 20722.' Lawa nf I ; .JI
nljm to the right of the Board of ,. _
with Sections :27007. :270.08 and Commissioners uf Everglades Drain Floridaeta of 1041 as amended by "
I'VOW. Florida Statutes 1941. age District and/or Ilonrd of County Section 21. Chapter 22070. Laws of t
The STATE BOARD OF EDUC4.TIOS Commissioners of Okcecbohce (Count, Florida: Acts nf 1011. the followingi
reserves the right to reject any Florida to reject any and all bids, j. described. Inhds III Okeecbobee! Connty, '
and all bids at the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00 Florida to-wit: I .
By order of the State Board of Education .clock A, M. on the 20th day of November 1,1. 1 to 4 Inc.. and<< 7 to 12 Inc. .-I.... <<- .
of the State of Florida 1944 Easement for drainage I Blk .14, South Okeechohee
ATTEST L Holland Governor j and' reclamation and road, purposes Lots 10. 11. U and 13, Blk. MO. I
: 1 will he reserved and fifty percent City of Okeechobee' Nature favors
I'olln English: Secretary II I l IV: )'}) of all oil gas and mineral Lot 11. Blk. Itlfl City of Okee-
State Board of. Educations I rights will also be reserved. I Chohee I &
-- I HOAItD OF COMMISSIONBUSOK !' Lots 7 and 8, Blk 1RO. City of .. .

r KVEKdLADEM DRAINAOH Okeeehohee f'
DISTRICT I Lot 10 Blk 140 City of Okee

izUOQWUTI.SAWS .MI8IONERS 140.1 and!III! ) OF (OF'Oe:>IKEECUO-lTY COV- Lots chohee Okewhobee 11 and 12. nik. 13(1: ('It). of : the SOUTH!'

o BEE COUNTY; FLORIDA.By Lot 4, Blk. ins. City of Okoechobee. 4
ROY It. 1UULERSON .
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Will be offered for aale at public
Okeechobee County Florida, outcry for the highest and ,best cash
c; as agent for said Boards hid. snhleet. to the right of the Boardof
1 By SOI'URONIA PEASE. Cn.imlsiiloiieis nf Evernlad,'s Drain.
( .NOlf oeCM Deputy Clerk lice -ti'strlet.. a"d'nr Hoard of <\iiinlCniniiiifcHioiierN ,,\
itf Okeechobee ':'i rutty,
I'lorMa: in rel""' t any and all I/Ms nt ri
the niirthnuso.. beginning at 10'IX) i I K r
o'clock A, M. on the loth day of Dn
comber, 1044. Eiisenient for drainageand 1

OPENING THE SEASON'S CONCERT SERIESS. reclamation he reserved, and and road fifty purposesitlll percent "' 1

< O'H) of all oil gas and mineral ,
rights will also he reserved
BOARD OK COMMISSIONER\!
HUROKpresents OK KVEKOLAKHS DKMNAGH
DISTRICT
I HftitnoMtD

OK rorxTv COMI -
I MISSIONF.lt OF OKKHJ'110:
I
The Original itnn ('01'.11'OllmA;:. ,
I I'.y ROY R. RAI'LEHSOX.'
I Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I Okeechobee Connty Florida,
I{ ns ngent for said Boards .
Don CossackCHORUS By Sophronla Pease
Deputy Clerk -t
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NOTICE NUER FICTITIOUS NAME 11t>Yj
LAW
and DANCERS TO WIIO IT MAY CONCERN .
Notice Is hereby given that the
I undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti
tious Name Statute.' IIouso Bill NX
1171. Chanter 20(111, Laws of Florida,
SERGE JAROFF
Acts of "1')41. will register with theClerk
of the Circuit Court In and for f "Is
Conductor Ok..hob.oI"nt.... Florida upon receipt e! "
t of proof of the publication of
F this notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt. ,
MARKHAM BROTHERS' & COMPANY,
I SINGING THE SONGS FAMOUS FROM MOSCOW nnder which we are engaged In business ,
In the City of Okeechobee Flor

TO MAIN STREETAppearing ida.That the parties Interested In said ffl soil\\. And today the varied, fertile production of a wide variety of farm crops

hiiNlness enterprise are as follows: soils of the South are helping to sustain in dairying
At W. A. Markham, Sr poultry raising, livestock and ,

G. 3. Markhnm our nation fighting for its way of life. In in the growing of fruits and vegetables.
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, FT. PIERCE, FLA. R. L. Markham
W. A. Markbam. Jr. this rich area agricultural products range
Dated at Okeechobee, Okeechobee The Seaboard Railway through its Agricultural ,
Florida Novmlier 10th 1944.NOTICE from sub-tropic fruits and vegetables In
December 1 County Development Department has
Friday -- -- -- Floridatothegralnfieldsandappleorchards

TO CREDITORS contributed substantially to the growth of
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY el Virginia.Where .
JI'DOE. OKEECIIonnK COUNTY, the South's agriculture. In coming days
Season Tickets will be exchanged it the Box Office for Coupon FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. .
In Estate of ) once the principal crop was cot the Seaboard will assist in the
Tickets covering the series, from 7:00 P. M. to 8:30 P. M. at re: actively
William M. Lucius.\ ) ton diversification is the order of the
further
Opening. Deceased) now development of the rh: farming

To Claims All Creditors or Demands and Persons Against Having Bald 4iy ad the South takes hit i rank in the resources of its tcr .


OTHER CONCERT DATES Estate Yon and: each of yon art hereby s......,...l Railway, Norfolk 10, Va. :
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
Rise Stevens, the Nation's Favorite Singer from the Metropolitan either of you may hive against the
'. estae of William l\{. Lucius, de
'" I
Opera .. '. ; MARCH itMasselo ceased late of said County to the
: : Conntv Judge of Okeechobee County I

*, concert pianist af .whom Lowell Thomas said In a per. Florida, at his office In the conrt
house of said County at Okeecbobee
sonal letter, "Paderewlsll may Tbe", gone but Manselos) Is still here, Florida within eight calendar months A30i

so all Is right with the world ef music." FEBRUARY 15 from the lime nf be first publication
of this notice. Each claim or demand
ahnll he In writing, and shall stats I
The Manhattan Trio, comprising violin, cello and piano In choice the plate of residence. and Vo.t'offics "

chamber mask. APRIL It address of ba claimant, and shall be I RAILWAY I
sworn to by the claimant, agent or :
""rn..,. and any such claim or demand
Season ticket purchasers becomo'tllarter Members of the Concert not .n filed shall be voId
CLARENCE) E. I.L'CH'S.:
Anoclatlon. Secure Tickets it The Okeechobes News office. As executor of the Lastl'l md ,
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William M Lucius, decessed.
First publication November 3, 1M4 HI' M.r. WAR ONaVff 1 \

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