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: December 1, 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 24 _._ Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 1, 1944 Price Five Cents

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Various -- ,I I Gilbert Freeman
Camps of the Primitive Baptist I The Florida Farm Bureau held its annual con- Representative-and l'oIn. W. J.I I I

AbroadThe Church met at the borne of Mr. and vention in Tampa last week, purposely timed to Hendry left this morning for Miami'

At Home & Mr*. John Chandler on Sunday, follow the election. With Labor's scalp dangling where they went to atend a legislative atPressMeeting'

,- I vember 25, for the purpose of NO'1 f I meeting that 1 II being, held
in its belt (FFB was the principal po ver house be-
News u ing services for Mrs. ] there and
Okeechobee in reI,I beginning today
celpt of a letter this week from 'I aged father, Mr. Noel Raulerson of I hind the Open Shop amendment, which carried by through tomorrow night It will bea By Russell Kay

Sergeant Garrett Swindal In which Basslnger.. I about 14,000)) the Big Farm boys had themselves a joint meeting of the Senate and For 65 year, Florida newspapermen

he say send his paper to him each I I II' Inspiring sermons were presented I, pretty happy time. They adopted 36 resolutions in House at which time many interest and women have gathered In

week at }Harvard Neb., where be by the Reverends Osic Schcffleld which they asked for : free government equipment ing problems of thu next session convention to discus their problems
has recently been transferred. Garrett Lewis Schcrfleld and W. U. harden : will be discussed. j renew friendship and ex
I for water and soil districts continuation of all Federal -
lilY' h. li working there on Inspirational singing was enjoyedby After the business of the meeting chang idea*. For 65 years, luccei-

B 29'. and getting along fine. Mr. Raulerson and all who attended i lending agencies, tax exemption on farm used I I. over they will\ be guests of the : live Necrology committee have retired

I I1I1r. which Included Mr*. Will !' gasoline, more roads, crop insurance against weather people of Dade County in a round off,I to prepare suitable "resoluti '

and llr. Leo Greenberger received Harden, Mr and !\tn. Peter Ruler'j'I disaster, floor prices for hogs, bar against foreign sightseeing and entertainment which onion the death of such member* !
non and their son Meb, : Includes the football game between a* had been called to their reward
a letter this week from their 'grown vegetables, 72 hour service in QPA raisesin '
Tomlmson, Mrs Milton Lee, :lln.1 I I Miami University and Tulsa tonight since the previous meeting

ion Cpl. Teddy Grcenberger, In Lynn Lee, Mr*. Cason, Mr. and Mr. '' prices following weather losses, ceilings off dog races, horse races, and ends Such action hat become routine
he ha arrived safely
which he icy I (
John Raulerson, Mr. and Mr Van altogether fruits and vegetables. In speeches I
in New Gulennu after an uneventful on Saturday night with a banquet at '.* It la I with all organization i.

trip from California Teddy lend LighUey, Bob Llghticy, lire Virginia leaders demanded lower farm labor prices. (On I I the Wofford Hotel at which Governor Such resolutions read In open meetIng .
Raulerson, Muse Atlas Rau members' -elect Millard Caldwell will be
ku regard to all. election eve in Lee county Farm Bureau are later copied and supplied

lerson, Mr. and Mr*. George Harden i i met decreed day labor tops $4 compared with prevailing -, the speaker | to the family of the deceased and
:Mr*. Jerrell and Mr*. Roy Tom' ,
Wi received a V'Mail' card thin linson., $4.50 and $5)) j to the press while record of the
I TWiTsonHasReturned action I Is filed in the dusty archive
week from Milton Rhoik'n mailed In other words the want F
somewher in France. Milton says ---V Big Boys a guarantee to be forgotten

change the address of his paper and F.W. against loss, cheaper labor, no competition, no ceil- I A* 65 association president before

that he U getting along fine. HumphriesDied ings. And that in face of a state farm income of from I hit"t had done, Owen A. Brice,
I publisher of the Lake Wale New
1 !some 425 millions compared with pre-war averagesof
MrV.. T. Watford this week m-I from Heart about 125' to 200 millions. The organization St. Louis Meet and 1044 president of the organization
appointed a Necrology committee
cited son Sergeant a Chriiitma Huey card G. from Watford, Attack fought Pepper, Roosevelt. Nice fair minded patri- i, at the opening of the 65th

Tuesdayfuneral otic bunch. annual convention held at Silver
mailed from oiiiewhere overseas. .
Mr. F. T. Wilson local feed and
Hie card had picture and wording For a wonder the group did approve of tobacco farm supply dealer has just return. Spring last week. ti

shoeing the campaign he has taken services WITH conducted acreage allotments and marketing quotas. There'sa ed from a two day visit to the Pur the During Florida the Press past Association twelve month lost

part In. The card was marked by ina Mills in St. Louis Mo. Mr. Wilson '
yesterday afternoon at the :Method cigarette famine, you know. Fuller's Florida more outstanding members than at
the of !Morocco, Tunisia
campaign let Church at 3 o'clock for Frederick Letter. accompanied by other dealersIn
Sicily, France, Belgiumand any period In its history,
Algeria I William Humphries who died Mississippi, Louisiana, and Taxi
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has including three past presidents, onea
Germany. Sergeant as, conferred with executives of the
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock following
taken in all of those campalintand Camp at Norfolk, Va. Mr. Nix I.1 I.a past president of the National Editorial .
part a heart attack. Rev. \V. RNowell Mrs. McNeill to company on post-war plans for Pur-1 I
it 1 well in Germany. native of Parkersburg, Va, where Association a* well the wive*
now up pastor of the church, offi Ina dealers The first day was spentat
she was born and reared. She attended of two presidents and several others
dated the 667 acre Purina Research
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lofton received Again Head the high school at that place and long active In service to the organization
Louis maintained
Mr. Humphries died from a heart farm near St. by
letter this week from their ; graduated from that school and to the communities) In
a attack while coming home on his I the company for experimental pur ,
son, Clarence, who n in training motor car from his usual daily trip WomansSociety: : They left after the football game poses In the development and im- i which they lived.
in last night at Stuart to return to Among these wa Gilbert Freeman
with the at Camp Blending
army : meth-
over the Florida East Coast track. i provement of feeds, feeding
Norfolk where they will make their I of the Avon :Park
be ableto
he to
which h say hopes He got off the motor car about ten''! ode, production and breeding of allclasses
home for short furlough I home for the present Sun, known and loved by people
come a and
mile below here near the Utopia ] The Woman'i Society of Christian of livestock poultry
I I his
I throughout the state becauae of
December. He has -
some time in domestic and fur-bearing animals. ,
crossing to shoot souse birds and ; Service of the Methodist Church
and faithful service in
been stationed at Camp Blending/ after the railroad ditch II IIhell The Purina Checkerdale dealerprogram long many
the last crossing hel Its election of officer meeting Eastern Stars In fields. Possessed of a dynamic personality .
alnce entering army sum Wit stricken and died before on Tuesday afternoon at the church ,i I for more effectively servIng I and boundless enerl Y. beedgl. '.

mer.'* >aV ..- .. .", ..'-received'" .rould: reach HumphrieV him."THrT wu'Traek Supervisor :1 r annex Mrs, building.F.' "W."la 1lder, ?led, th.-devo'' -Annual Memorial tis.h the fommtf reed and tl itg"lslb'preAnted'teAth.1 farm supply needs >r!! >r"dII."Y.'lwlt"! ":: pFp1!'w' .e.
Mr. an.(Mn. K. E. Hood 'one His sudden and unexpected
for the Florida East with The Deaconess ;dealers on the second day of !
a letter this week from their son, Coast I tional service passing a few days prior to the annual
Railroad from Chulota on the In Strange Land as her the mo.Mr their visit Wm. H. Danforth who
a Services loss
Kell Hood in which he says he SundayThe convention made his on
to Lake Harbor the south He Roe founded the company more than 601
on John sang be.utifull1|
arrived safely In England after a I this occasion doubly felt by everyone
had been connected with the rail "Ivory Palace :'IIrs. H. L. Ellcdg years ago and Is now Chairman of cordial
trip across the ocean. Xell says be who had known his
met Lieutenant Dan McCarthy on road for many years and moved and Mrs. Wayne Aho discussed the \ Okeeechobee Chapter of the the Board outlined some of Purina'ipostwar handshake his infectious laugh his

the boat going over and they enjoyed with his family from Homestead to topic of the afternoon the work of Order of the Eastern Star held its expansion and placementof I bubbling enthusiasm.Not .
Okeechobee about I 1 I deaconnesse of the Methodist Memorial. Service afternoon returning servicemen The group
a nice visit and chat about "the ten year ago. the on Sunday content to have the memoryof
old 'horn* town." Beside the widow he I I. survivedby I Church. at the Masonic Temple. The was also addressed by E. G. Cher- Gilbert Freeman confined to the

three daughter, Muse Ruth The following officers were elected Memorial Service Is held by all bonnier, Vice President and Director stereotyped action of a Necrology

By Don Whitehead Flora Belle and Martha; his mother I for the coming y'dr. A* president chapters everywhere at the same of Public Relations, and by 0. committee and feeling that some

Associated Press War Correspondent Mr. Sarah Meir of Lakeland; two I Mrs. D. R. McNeill was re- time each year i M. Philpott Vice President and Director thing more lasting and more fitting

Second Armored Division Headquarters brother, Ckarle of Tampa, and I elected. Vic president Mrs. W. A. Mrs. Lulu Zander, Worthy Matron I of Advertising, who presented could b* don to preserve hit memo

Oct 4. (AP-When) this : Harry of St. Petersburg lie was Lawson; recording secretary, hits had arranged a very beautifuland Purina's advertising program. I ory, Editor Ed Wenninger, publisher l

battle-italned division rolled into a a member of the Okeechobee Methodist I C. F. Jenkins; corresponding .ec\'e. Impressive service, which wa Mr. Wilson reports that the deal. of the Stuart New, advanced the

Dutch town the foreman of a coal Church a past master of the tary, Mrs. F. W. Zander; treasurer, carried out by the five point of the ere were unanimous in their endorsement suggestion that the association

mine called at headquarter to express Okeechobee Lodge of Masons, past Mrs. C. H. Parkerson; local treasurer Star and the chaplain Mr. Esta of the company's plane j sponsor the planting of a memorialtree

his appreciation for liberation I patron of the Okeecbobee Chapter Mis Jo Parriih; secretary of I Page Acting a* the Star point for filling the basic need. of agriculture t to be dedicated with fitting

"Th Germans didn't leave us Eastern Star member of Joppa mlisloniry service and education, I were Mrs. Callie Coleman Ada Mrs. and wen enthusiastic in ceremony and Identified with a

much to give you, but we wondered Chapter, Royal Arch Masons of Fort Mrs J, !M. Roe; secretary of Christian Susie Arrheaiui, Ruth, Mr*. Roxie thalr acceptance of the responsibility suitable plaque. Himself collect.

if your soldiers would like to ue Pierce, and Mahl Shrine Temple of social relations and local church'I Lovvern, Esther, Mr*. Olga Berka, for representing Purina in their or of rare and beautiful flowering

the showers at the mint!" he asked Miami.Mr. activities, Mrs. R. B. Link; secretary Martha. and Mrs. loss Durranc, respective comminitie tree, Mennlnger explained that h.

"They sure would," replied the Humphries was born at Oka' of literature and publications, Elects V had brought with him to the conven
Mri. C. C. McCain received wordon
commanding general, and line then humpka, Lake County Florida, (1 Mrs. H. H. Raulerson; secretary of' Mrs. Rae Boettger presented : tion such a tree to be 10 dedicatedand
Wednesday of the death of her
thousaad. of boy hat had hot years ago and had made his homein supplies Mrs P. P. Evans; secretary special music at tie piano, and advised that should the member
brother in law Mr. H. E. Wood, lath
bath. of student work, Mrs 0. L. Molly and Nancy Bovttger an
this stat all *f his life. Burial sang approve the plan he would b*
of Death was
Sergeant Huey G. Watford of Ft. will be In Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery I Hunt; chairman of spiritual life appropriate duet. lie. Frank Zan state Washington. i happy to provide other tree* from
condition. The funeral
Pierce, Fla., and W. L. Weber of in Miami tomorrow afternoon : committee, Mrs. W, R. Howell. der gave an especially beautiful and due to a heart his garden and nursery to b* dedicated

Pittsburgh, P.., wiped the soap from at 3 o'clock. I I Following the election of officer, effective readi.,. will b* held in Jacksonville, IB a like manner to other
I b announced later
their eyes and laid, "It1 been a The pall bearer were W. J. Hen- ,. a delightful social hour was enjoyed The Tempi was decorated with the date to deceased editor

hell of a long time line we've been dry, S. R. Ratfsnlder, F. W. Zan with Mr*. Tom Casey .. hostess. quantities! of fall flowers, many .f of Divine Providence which hat 10 Approval of the membership wa

I I. a shower like thli. Oar last derv, Mr. Lindermaa of West Palm Those attending aside from tilt them being used In their symbolical recently and suddenly called from instantaneous and unanimous and

real bath wa* In England before Beach, Billy Belk of Fort Pierce, officer already mentioned were significance by the point of the our midst a faithful member of this the first memorial tree to be dedi

the lovaaion. We've been snoring and Z. K. Williams Mrs. John McNeHI, Cora E. Peter, Star. organisation. A true friend to all cated to a Florida editor was plaited -

too far and teo fast to even wash V Mr*. Bryant Bowden, Mrs. David The Okeechobee chapter will hold mankind and an energetic public In beautiful Silver Spring park! ,

ear faces most of the time." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MOTHER Casael I. Mrs. H. A. Proctor, Mrs. its election of officer at the meetIng servant, we solemnly and reverentlyhere the tree being a native of Arabia

That' literally true a* this ar CHURCH BROADCASTS WEEKLYAs Nathan Zelmenovtti, and Mrs. W, B. Tuesday evening at 8:00: o'clockat plant this tree as a token of I known a. Oncoba-Splnoia, When In

moored outfit which ba* been roll. I I Jennings. the Temple /"Io.e'' and high esteem for the bloom It I.I covered with a blanketof
lag bard line the breakthrough at I V ,-YMISSIONARY late Gilbert Freeman. May this gorgeous whit and gold camellia-

St. Lo, has been helping In the a progressive step in the radiocasting HERBERT NIX AND MISS SOCIETY MEETS plant flourish and grow Into a great Ilk*, flowers, delicately scented and

mighty drive of the First Army of Christian Science programs BETTIB COMPTON MARRIED I 'I and beautiful tree of Its kind and it produces" a large globular, woody

through Franc, Belgium and Hol beginning Saturdty November HERE SUNDAY AFTERNOON' I Member of the Baptist Missionary. thereby reflect honor and glory to shelled edible fruit. The nature
land. 4, 1944, weekly programs prt- I : Association mat on Monday the one In whose name and memoryit tree reaches a height of 25 or mora
The Second Armored Division I* pared in The Mother Church, The Herbert Nix, U, S, N, R., ion of night 'at the horn of Mr: Lowryfor I. this day planted. feet while Its spread averages 19

the most experienced armored divl- : First Church of Christ Scientist Mr. and Mr*. T. H. Nix and Miss a reading and study of "God It li the plan of the Press AIIO-

Ion In the United State*' Army with In Boston Mass, under the direction Settle Compton of Parkersburg, V*., ends.Man In Minions" Mri. J. E. elation to similarly dedicate memorial feet.At the close of the afternoon ..e.I .-

three campaigns behind it North of The Christian Science Boardof were married at the home of Mr. Cone bee' the reader, and her presentation tree honoring the meemory of lion the 110 editor attending the

Africa, Sicily and Franc It was Directors will\ b* put on the air and Mr. T H. Nix here Sunday and interpretion of the book distinguished deceased member In I I I convention assembled at a locationin

the Second Armored Division which by approximately ninety-two radiotationi afternoon at 2::30. Rev D. 0. Alderman were much enjoyed. I the hope that at they serve to keep the beautiful park, especially selected

wept across Sicily with the Third throughout the UnltdStatei of the Okeechobee Baptist After the study hour, Mri. Lowry alive the treasured memories of I by Ray and Davidson where
Infantry Division to capture P. The musical selections will Church performed the ceremony In lerved tea, coffee! and sandwiches those w* loved, they will likewise Stat Comptroller Col. Jim Lee, It

lermo. I be by the soloist and the organist the presence of the family and a to Mr. G. C. Durrance, Mr. Carl bring joy and pleasure to thousandsyet a voice that was choked with em-

V I: of The Mother Church and the few friends- Durrance Mrs Cheshire and Doris unborn, who In the year to tlon pronounced the following all-

Earnest Cox and family who have church organ will b* used. The Mr. Nix wa* born and reared In CheshireMrs.. Purslnger, Mrs E. com will enjoy their floral beauty, I cere and heartfelt dedication and

mad their home In Key West for programs' can be heard In this vicinity I Okeechobee and graduated from the J. Wilson, Mri. Hamrlck and Mri. breath their fragrance and find turned the first spadeful of earth

the past year have returned to their ,, every Saturday afternoon at Okeechobee High School. He I.I now Sam Davie Mr*. Lowry wa assisted rut and peace beneath their ihelterlng -I for the planting!

home In Okeechobee. I 6:30: over station WFTL, Miami. stationed at the Naval Training by Mill Minnie Lee Lowry. branches. "In humble submission to the will

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I Waste tin and waste fats ,'I In operation north of Jacksonville Bo fair to all our fighting men- : .
l'ht51 paper
(Dkieciihcr!| Nc are still badly needed and housewives ACL Offers bundle not only freight traffic from use V-Mall and thereby share the I J'

I officials central and south Florida but advantages of airmail with others.Voters .
I are urged by salvage i and to
Punished Every misty by the; ', to continue their efforts to salvage' Take Over i| also In same trains freight traffic I ELECTRICAL WORK.

Okoechobe News Co., at Okeecho I I! all they possibly can Local De from and to the cast coast of FlorIda who went to the polls on I

bee Okeechobee County Florida :1 I fence headquarters will arrange to Coast In connection with the FEC. Th.I1'ol1rllphlcal a full stomach may have to tighten

-BRYANT BOWDEN- -- ...--. .- Editor- I 1 I pick up such materials or advise ,;, location of the FEC their belts soon according to Business I P. P. EVANS

-: I where you can turn them In Every I 1 I RIn respect to that of the ACL Week. Many ration free meats

Entered as second claM matter'I scrap of paper, every tin cnn, and : i i. such that the FEC Is In a sense a I and some processed foods which
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July 1, 1014, at the Post Office in every ounce of fut you save will practical extension of the rails of were taken off the ration list priorto HOUSE WIRING
Atlantic ( oast Line
Okoeftiobee, Florida under the I Ill'lp| Win the war that much soomr ,i the ACL from and to the east coast the election will get point values

Act of March 8, 18TSUBSCRIPTION. I --. -V ---- pany the following made in .. .. of Florida which territory the ACL again, says an article In the current : "-

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RATE <--: : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::0.: :":':":": ':":' I II in regard to the' taking! | does not serve except in I

advance $::1.00 I with the FEC.Certain _.------L-------
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Six month In advance .. 1.00 Local and Personal ;!: lantic Coast LinThl holders of first and re- '

Three months In advance .... 75 I ;' funding mortgage bonds of FEC Ry ( 1

-Advertising-. ... bills are payable on'I' (.........................................,...............................................'....1:I' which particular has Interest always In have been In negotiation with the

the flat of each month Parties I' Rev. 'W. R. lowell pastor of the the Florida Cast Coast I management of the Coast Line requesting -
I i the latter to permit a revised -
unknown to publishers required to Okeochobee Methodist Church, returned 1 i iI
plan of reorganization to bo
pn\ In advance, to his homo here last Satur- The property of the I I I
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day afternoon from Branford whereIn Coast Railway iipp9rtUNTIL
Reading notices in Commission the purpose of I
went to attend the funeral of his In of
line Rates for displ? custody the '
10 cents a which would be to enable operation
advertising furnished on application mother who died there last week Court for the
of the FEC property as part of the
Cla slfod'! advertising 2 cents Florida since April 31. I.i I
ACL system and these
each word per Insertion All Item Solly Ellis left Tuesday night for i well known the I !
have been consummated by the fil
regarding enterprises conducted for Dothan, Alabama where he Is spending Senator Scott :>1. |
profit ire chargeable at rdvertlslng I a few days visiting friends and Governor John W :> Ing by those bondholders (under I
stood to be minority ) of -
groups petition
relatives, efficiently operating to the commission on Thurs THE LAST KNOCKOUT i
for the court For .
Press AssociationWill clay November Oth requesting plan
County Judge and Mrs, T. W, the two railroads
receive approval of the commissionas
Conely Jr, left Tuesday for Tallahassee and ACL have daily TO
filed or as the commission may BLOW IS DELIVERED
Plant ; and Qulncey where they large volume of ,
amend It, It would be submitted to
spent the Thanksgiving holidays Jacksonville, also a
Memorials with relatives and friends passenger t avel the Federal Court for consideration.The IT IS OUR I
. Living to the East Coast of ACL has signified its willingness THE AXIS POWERS

to accept the plan if approvedand
i Ii !Mrs. J. T Hancock and daughter other respects

Silver Springs Nov. 25.-Adopting i Susan are spending the week end In two railroads are clo part thereafter of the ACL operate system the ,propertyas JOB AT HOME TO CONTINUE :

a plan proposed by Publisher Ed'' !Miami struction of the
Operation of the Florida East
Menninger of the Stuart New, the '! the Coast Line has
Coast property will remain in the i iI
Florida Press Association will tpon I, FOR SALE 17 acres hammock close affiliation with OUR ARMED
hands of the trustees reporting to BACKING
nor living memorials to deceased land two thirds cleared on old and Coast Line's
I the court rather than In control of
members in the form of rare and Dixie fronting Cassel Grove. Mrs vice from and to the
i any of its security holders presentor
beautiful flowering treees I Solon D. Platt Florida has been BUYING
future, until some plan for future l lI
The first such memorial, ively by Its operation I
dedic..1 operation has sanction of the I '
ted to the memory of the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lebo and connection of the .
Commission and the court. It is believed
bert Freeman publisher of the Avon : brother George Lebo will return to Coast the
that at any hearings
Park Sun was planted during the I their home here today after spending Years ago the two
mmission hold predominant -
c may a
Park Thanksgiving In West Palm tablished at MORE
convention at Silver Spring. public interest can be shown War Bonds
State Comptroller J. M. Lee of Beach with their sister freight terminals for which would justify the operationof i

Tallahassee made the brief dedica- northbound and .out .
the Florida East Coast property
tion in a voice choked with emotion. J. T. Hancock, who Is employedat The two railroads as part of the Atlantic Coast Lin.

Col Lee' Everglades City, Sunday tended their through
Freeman was serving as spent I In addition to being predominantly
assistant at the time of his death. here with Mrs. Hancock and child vane, Cuba, by the the i I I
I in the public. Interest
The tree, which occupies a prom. ren. mon ownership and_ H_ ,
I plan now proposed In ni# opinion Is '
inent location near the Silver!1 -- porarily suspended
from a financial standpoint more ;
Springs Administration Building was Frank Reeves, who Is a student at 1 emergency) of I favorable to the present creditors Okeechobee County

the gift of Editor Monnlnger and Is the University of Florida, arrivedIn cidental Steamship than any plan heretofore consider- .

known as Oncoba.Spinosa, a native I Okeechobee Wednesday morning to Its traffic i j I ed. It is recognized of course that I

of Arabia. When In bloom it Is I and Is spending the Thanksgiving FEC Ry the ACL j the financial responsibility under

covered with white and gold scent i holidays here with his parents, Mr. lame period been which the, proposed plan the Atlantic : '

ed, camellii-liku flowers and It and Mrs. Vernon Reeves. and to central and I, Coast Line would assume must'..i Bank

produces a large globular woody I substantially the also be considered by the ICC whose l'

shelled fruit that I. edible. DRESSMAKING: and, altering ef freight traffic also I approval would be necessary before I \ ... ; '

President 0. A Brice appointed a all kinds. Prices reasonable. Mrs as is being handled by 1 I I the Coast Line can assume the ad, Phone 15 I

Memorial Committee and plans are t I!, Dc'lma Belk East Okcechobee. 20.4 through passenger Beauty"I ditional financial responsibility in \

being mad for the planting ,of I 1---- FEC from and U, volved. Also In the public interest I Deposit Insured through Federal Deposit '

memorial trees for other editors and i Major and Mrs Charles L. Rauler- and for years has Mr. Davis stated that the existing Insurance Corporation -i-'

publishers who died during the past I I son were greeting friends and relatives with the Coast Line joint through routes to and from

yeear. These will be placed with In Okeechobee early this true as to through Florida East Co, st Railway territory OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : I II

proper cereirony in their respective week. Major Rnulerson has been between Chicago, St In connection with Southern C. H. McNULTT. President N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-h sldeat

local communities. Each tree will 'I connected with the Quarterm.sterdepartment er western cities and Railway System, and with Seaboard I M. T WHIDDEN. Cashier I'

have a bronze plaque bearing the of Camp Murphy, at a! Florida. Railway would not be closed; thus
I Mesrv J. H Roe 8r. J. 0 Pearce Allen BsrUasa
name of the person whose memoryit Hobe Sound, which Is being dissolved I Freight trains of shippers and receivers of freight in I'i' E M. ,

honors, i and Is now transferred to Fort I -- ---- Florida East Coast territory would .1

: Monmouth New Jersey for a short t.. continue to have the benefit of all I''

Silver Springs, Nov: 25: .Terming training course before being assigned joint through routes now existing ---- -_.---:_---- _:_:- --.

"Freedom of the Press' throughout to another fieeld Mrs Rau-j I: Mr. Davis stated that should the '_

the world "imperative" to the maintenance lerson accompanied him to New Gilbert I ICC and Federal Court approve thee j _

of lasting peace the Florida Jersey leaving their two small plan proposed or substantially that

Press Association In convention daughters with her mother In San' I -- -- plan, the Coast Line will retain the Now Open Year Around

assembled adopted unanimously a : ford. SUNDAY officers and all others employed by !

resolution In support of the plan ----.-- ----- the trustees: thus none of the officers

proposed by Kent Watson, Directorof \ Mr.. Hubert Harden and liltlll' or employees of the trustees

the Associated Press and others daughter Sandra have been Suiting GINGER would personally be adversely effected -

calling for the Interchange of news I !Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis. In by operation of the propertyby Riveria HotelGEM

between nations and the freedom of'' I the Coast Line.LESSONSERMON I

the press throughout the world I I!, Miss Polly Gay Greenberger spent ---v----- OF FLORIDA'S EAST COASTAnnounces

The association also adopted a I!; the school week-end holiday with : SUBJECT !

resolution railing for the retentionof Miss Miriam Harvey, in Clewiston, \T CHURCHES OF CHRIST, I

the present one per cent Social 'I returning Sunday with her brother SCIENTIST I DECEMBER 3I III I

Security retain and expressed opposition Jerry and his wife to celebrate with i

to the proposed increase to I| !Mr. and !Mrs Leo Greenberger and FLYING "God the Only Cause and Creator" I

two per cent, calling on Florida's Mr. Greenberger's sister, Mrs. :NEWS
I Is the subject of the Lesson- NEW CABANA CLUB
congressional delegation to vote Frances F Cohen the first wedding Sermon which will be read In

against such increase, anniversary of the Jerry Greenber' .
I' -- Churches of Christ I Scientist OPEN NIGHTLY
150 newspaper folks from all sections gers. throughout the world on Sunday I I

of the state were In attendance I ;;;:;: -- December S. ''I I
at the convention held at Silver How many eites saw the beginning SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT
-- --- I The Golden Text is: "In the
Springs where they were the guestsof British two motor omphibian plane PAT God created the heaven and

Ray and Davidson. fly over and make an emergency .
RUTH I i the earth" <( Featured speakers on the program landing Tuesday noon? Music Entertainment
which -
th. Bill Carleton professor of political ( ,.
were In the Lesson Sermon is the, .
science of the University of Mr and Mrs. J, P Coats and
following from the Bible I[ Recreation
I Florida who spoke at the noon luncheon baby were guests of Mr. and Mrs THE "Known unto God are all his works,
on the subject of post-war Peter Raulerson over thn weekend
from the beginning of the
world affairs and Bill Power personal Mr. Coats Is with the navy chief I
(Act 15-18): ).
representative of W. E. Hol- engineer on a vessel which charts TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
The LPS on S"rmnn alto !includethe
let Chevrolet Division of General and maps the waters adjoining the following passage from the( FOR GUESTS
Motors, whose subject was "VictoryIs country, and has been stationed In -- -
Our Business.." the Aleutian. for a year On Saturday -
I I nee and Hearth with Key to the
The 65th annual convention closed Miss Ada Coats Mrs. Tommy
!\criptur< ." by Mary Baker Eddy"This TRIPS TO THE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH
with the election of L. E. Vause Evans and Dr. Kelly of Ft. Pierce
word beginning\ employedto
publisher of the Williston Sun and Mr and Mrs. Coats spent the SARONG
signify the only,-that is, the
president Other officers elected evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis eternal verity and unity of God and BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING
were Ed Menninger, Stuart News, Meserve .Mr. Coats Is Mrs. Meserve '
iran, including the universe. AND PLEASURE ,
lit vice president Lloyd Herrin 's neph.w.Th. DEATH Th.I'
creative Principle-Life, Truth,
Callahan News, 2nd vice president __
Love Is God. The universe reflects -
Russell Kay, director of the Florida first night landings at Con creator Writ. for Descriptive Literature and Simmer Rate
God. There I I. but one
News Service, Tampa, was reereetedsecretarytreasurer tiers Field on Tuesday night were ,
"LAST and one creation. This crew
witnessed by a number of townspeople
tion consists of the unfolding of
Directors named were George who drove out to watch the -- '
spiritual 1 Idea and their identities t 'f
Burr Herald, Winter Haven Nate bombers sweep down out of the infinite Riveria Hotel
which embraced in the
Renee, Arcadian Arcadia, Paul Rar- moonlight Into the bright circle of are ,
forever reflected. TheseIdeas
Mind and
din, News, Canal Point Sam Pea floodlight on the runway. All ... InfinltesimalPto f
rang ,
Owen A.
cock Press, Clermont equipment functioned perfectly, and .
: and the' highest ideasare
Brice, News, Lak. 'Wales 1. Mm night landings will probably"be
of God"p
Ayers, Journal, Trenton K. A Mc held frequently from now on. Since the sons and daughteis _--{ ..I[ -
"Andy Hardy' ; ( 602:24: ). '
Cowan, Times, Quincy and Alvin C. the radio tower will be In opera' ; NoticeSeveral
Weaver Free Press, Bristol.BUVUiflRBOiiiiS. Lion the gate will not be kept "Lady In : :

_.; locked and access to the end ef'the Gtolnf" .My Persons requesting change of 'address Hotel;Positions Open Write 1

field directly In line with the "Bathing for their paper .will\ do us a ,
... _.
t buildings may b. had by any interested .' .-. fowl kyvV.l"''tll. old address a. I II

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Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE FOR CITY CLERKI -

FROCLAMTION candidate for the office of City '1'ICE 1* IlKUF.ItY GIVEN that Deceased

OkFM'ImhM County, Florid, I WHEREAS under and by virtue of Clerk of the City of Okeechobee in puraiiiint to Section 0 of Chapter 1K2HO, I The suite of Florida, To all per. AUSTRALIA, NEW Gl'IE.\NA
October 20. 1044. the provisions of the Charter of the .nwi <>f Klnrliln. Act of HUT. known aoiia interested In the estate of said
NOTICE 11 HEREBY GIVEN thnt I City of Okeechohee Flnrldn, It 11th. the coming election to be held December us the MI'ltrilY ACT and In pursiinncp decedent !
purauant to Section 0 of duty of the Mayor to proclaim and of Chapter X5M!\ Law of FlorWa. You Lieutenant
Chanter are hereby notified that writ Wllda arrived
1'21!I.I.1 Law of Klnrliln, Acte 1037\ rail General City Electlona at the I. I will appreciate your Acts of 1IM1. known na the EVKUltAHKS ten liiarument purporting to a be the Lightney

known ai the MUKl'HY ACT and In'' time and In the manner provided In vote and lupport < ": IIHAINAOK DISTRICT' ACT i tnat will and testament of Haiti di- home Thursday of taut week after
JMiraunnee of Chapter 20(158: Laws of I auld (Charter the following-' >' tI lini'l. situated i-edent
Flnrl/n' : A''u "' 1941' known; aa the I NOTHEREFORE, I. II. II: LORENA HILLIARD PEARCE tn Evpridiuloa Drnlnnite District In .| III said Court been admitted to probate. two years spent with the army In

EVEUOLADER D1MINAG3 PIS.' Ranleraon Mayor of the City of Okee okcoclmlii'i' Cniiiit.v. Morlda. will lie I Infforiil i i You are hereby commanded within Auxtralia and New Guienna. Lieut.
THICT ACT, the followluii de! I chohee, Florliln, do hereby PROCLAIM -- -- fur sour nt public outcry for six calendar montbi from the
i he hlirhi'Ht and host rush bid anhjcct I Ito dote Lightsey was sent to to
ecrlhed Innd situated In Everglades and DECLARE that a General NOTICE the I I uf the first publication of tbla nutleeI overseas
rluht of the Trustees of the
Drainage Dletrlct 1 In Okeecbohce City Election be held at the City Hull Okceclinhee County, Florida., Inli'riinl,, Improvement Kund mill of the i I> to appear In said court and how the Pacific early In the war with a
County Florliln. will be offered for I In said City| on the Bth Day of De. cauae, If any cnn, the
Oh Hoard iif 'oinmlaiiliiiic I I you why oc-
of :
nip nt puhlle niitrrv for the highest remhcr A. D. 1044. during the reg.ulnr 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY hOI nt I I'nilnnuc, Dlmrlct to reject | and ton| nf sold court In admitting sold, contingent of Army Nurses and has

of and the bestrnali Tnmtoes bid subject to the right ,, hour of voting, to-wlt : from i: pnraunnt' to Section' B of Chapter 'ill bile\ nt the Cnnrthouao, livtclniilng any I will tn probate should nut alit lid UII.I served with them over there until
of the Internal 1m."ro"'ment j 8:00: o'clock A. M. until sundown on 1 ls2tn. Laws iif Florliln.' Arts of 1W7. lit II) ,01) "'...ock A.\I. nil the Isih day I r"I.ked.'f.
Fund mid of (the Hoard of |I,I said dny. fur thn purpose of electing known aa the MVIUMIY ACT and In of Hcccnilipr lllll. As to nil pnrcelii I W, CONEI.Y: Jr.County her return home.Lieutenant .

CommlaHloncra of Evergladea Pralnnunl the fnlliiulng offlccra to serve aa such I' pnraiiaiiee" nf Chapter 5on-M Law 1 "f "f Innil nf ten acres ur more tit In toone judge will
Dlatrlct to reject any mid all Mela.at : for the two yearn beginning ou the Florida;: Ante of 1041. known aa the half of ,petroleum three.fourths I Okeechobee Cuuny Fllorlda Lightsey remain

the Coiirlhoime, beginning at 10'110() First Mnndnr In January. A. D. to III. ivF.itii.Ai DRAINnn Di! "f oilier inlnernls will he reserved hv (C oVliick A. M, on the liOth day of No. | and until their micceMura have been (I TRICT ACT the follnwlng deacrlliedInnd 'I'riiKtees of the Interim! Improvement ,_ __
,vemlier 11)14. An to all parcela duly elected and qualified : sit nun tr1 t I In nverglndea Drainage Fund, nnaeineiifs for road rliiht 1 ofny R. Llghtsey, until December 18

nf Innd of ten acre or more I 1 Mayor. j District In Okeechnbec ('mill tv. Flnrliln II L'on feet wllh'I III he rr-Cried bv I NOTICE IP II'P.i C.tTtoN TOR when she will report to Miami.
title to one.hnlf of petroleum and 2. City ('1erk.a. |I will) he offered for anle at puhlleI said, 'I'mattes' from any piirci-l throuuhnhMi I TlltFII
three fourth of other minerals! will Five City Conncllmen. I nulcry) for the highest nod heat cimh 'there In nn cxlstlnic etate road ; 1.1I1t. of 10'iaNollii. : Lieutenant Lightacy does not
lie reserved IN I have subject tn the rleht of the Trti"- In hereb given thAt r.. R
by Trustees of the Inter WITNESS WIICKEOF. lull mil iiiai-inciit for ilrnlnniti' tutu rceln.iiiiitloii ) know
nol of the 'I. of the Internal luiiirutemonf Fund I I Wright holder of Tax Certificate where she will be tranl-red
Improvement 11 nil. Easement hereunto leI mv hand aa Mavor |.tf' mill 1 for road purpnaea will Iw
for mad right of wnv 200 feet wide aald Clly of Okeechobee Florida and mid of the Board of Commlaalonera of ai-r\pd and fifty percent, ((30of; ) I ;No. I' :ins. Issued the 2nd day of from \Miami but does not think she
will he reserved l IH' meld Trustees from ranged the corporate soul of aald Cityto IIviTglndea: Drnlnnge District to reject all oil uiu and uilnvrul rights' will AngiiNt A D. Hurt, has filed seine lumy I
any parcel through which there la an be hereto affixed attested by the on old nil hula" at 'the Courthouse lie n'"t>rI'.1| hy the Hour.I of Cuminls- office : bun made application for will attain be rent to the Pacific.v .

oxlatlng state rood : nod easement for Cltv Clerk Ills 31st Diiy of October beginning nt 11):00 o'clock .\, M. on the slouura of K\crgludes Drnlnagc Dis I a Tn.x 1 i>nd' to he Uaued ,hereon Snld f _.- ---
drainage and, reclamation nnd for A. D. 1 ) 27th tiny of November Wit AB to all trig t. fertlflcnle Minbiacoa t the following deerlbeil -

road purposes will he reserved and 'I HH.. II. RAULERSON, parcel "f Innd of ten acres nr more I.ota 2 and 3, nik. 1T1 City ofOkeochobee I ( |irnpirl\ In the Cuuntv nf LADIES All MET AT CIIL'KCH: '
of title tn one halt of petroleum and Okpechnhmi, State of Florida to-wlt :
fftv Mayor of the City ,
percent ((50%) of nil oil and
mineral rllhtl11 he reaerved,fan by the Okeechobee. Florida.ATTEST' three-fourth! of other minerals will '1'111'111'1':1':1'1: : OF TUB INTERNAL: : Lola 1 to 12 Inc., lean .lull 2 and TO MEND AXI) I'iCK CLOTHES
be reaerved liv Trustee" nf the Inter 8.Ik 7, Wrlght'a First
Board of Commlmilonera of EverglnitcaDrnlnngo : Alma Orosa, l.Ml'ROVHMKXr: KI'M' OK TUB Addition.
mini Improvement Fund. Easements .
!' 11lltrlet.nE'I1IPTIOS Sec. Twp. Kge. Acr. (City of Okeecbobee Seal) toad right of wav 200 feet wide will I'.OMll: : OK COMMISSIONERS! OP The, narfciiBinent of lAid property Th. Ladies Aid of the Brethren
he reserved by aald l Truateea. from iVElUIADr.S: D1UINAUE under\ said| | Certificate liumed win 111
Lot 10. Blk. 45. any parcel through which there la an DISTHICT I the nunie of E. It. Wright. Church met at the church Thursday -
South Okeeehohee1.nta NOTICK: OF IVTF.NTION TO
1 and 2. Rlk. HELL LAND I exlaling drainage, state and road reclamation: and easement and for for IIv Ho.v It, lliinlcrsiin. Agent for Trua. deemed Uuli'Be acid Certificate aball be re November 23 at 2:00: p. m, to
teen of the Internal ] according to law property de.
ehobee lQl. City of Okee- =NOTICi IS JJFHEROJ'ES that. road piirpoaen will be reaerved. and I'lind anti for Board of Improvement Coinmnila- Bcrlhcd therein ahnll be anlil to tbe mend clothing and pack a box of
niimnniit to !Section' 15 ((1)I Chapter fifty percent (1110..1 of all oil gaa anti stoners of Everglndea, I I blgheat bidder" at the Onrthonie door
Lots 5. S. 12 and 13. SOITiS; Lnwa of Florida Arts of 1041, mineral rlghta will be reserved hv theBoard l'l.tl'll', Okveibobee Dralnaire nn the flrxt Monday In tbe month of clothing to be shipped to the war
Blk. lltn. City of Florida
Okeechohee and Section 07. Chapter 14717. Laws of Conimlaalonera of Everglades January 1U4.1. which IB the lat dayi relief.A .
nf Florida Acts of 1031. na amended Drnlnnge Dlatrlct.Pe of
Tote T and 8, Blk. i I January, 1945/
1(19. Cltv nf Okee. hv Section 11. Chapter 20(138( Laws of NOTICE tl'l'lirTION Dated tits let day of December short business meeting was
alan .crlptlon Sep Ego A. ItT
'lo,1<1a. Acts of 1041 nnd pnr- Twp. 1944.
chobee iinnt to Section 12. Chapter 20722. Frnm NE cur of Oovt \\ IH.FII 'I ROY R. held and the de"otiontl.was read
and Blk.
i>r IMA: I
Law of rinrlda Arts of 1041.nmemlod III Lot 4 In See 23 I
ISO.: City of Okee- :Notion IN hereby given that K .:. Clerk Circuit Court of by Mrs. John Draughn, followed by
chobee 1 li h y Section IB. Chapter 22070. ranV 12(12( ft. for llnmrlvk tumid I 1 I Okeecbobee County Florida
I Laws of Florida. Acts nf 10 3. and I'OB thence W Annie B. Ilnmrlek. his prayer by Mis. Parker.
Lota and 3.Blk. wife, holders of Tax I I
Cerilllentea, .
124.. Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of 1101 ft tn Hancock --- ---
City of Florida Art of 1041 na amended bv M/L S 41! leg 01mln. no. J -.7. iw, no, mo. nw. nm one' I' I Those prenent were \MrH.. P.

Lota Okeecbobee T and 8. Blk ( '' etlnn 21. Chanter 2207ft. Laws of .. E along1T., 1'1 lilt) 1"4 171. "II'IT'l.:, 070.174," 7i 175,ok.t 17(1.( .,',177.1'":two,:,, Gems for Your Scrapbook Garner \Mrs. Victor Domer, Mrs-
Florida. Arts of 1OI3. the following "
21018 ft E 1170 ftNnly I|
1'IT.: City of Okee. 210), lIi Iin., ilill.i'7
: :302, : xii
rbobee deai-rllied lands In Okeechnhee County, to Reg. ____ 23 38 30 4<4 : :ami. !: Will Walker, Mrs. Nondas Parker
Flnrldn. to-wlt : :ill. ::120. :u., ;ij4. :I IM. 3:57.: :I'I:I. :ito: I I
Lots 8 and 4, Blk. From NE: cor of Govt :wi.: :alIH: : \Mrs. John Mrs. '
Lota 10. 11 and 12. Blk 230 City : : I leaned" i the ar,1 din of CHEERFULNESS Draughn Mary Marguerite
76 City of Okeecbobee Lot 4 In See 23 run
of OkeechoheeSHnf Neplemlinr, A. li. I'ljs!' : 720; 'std 7:7. I
: min. I Frish and Mrs. Curtis
; of 1I'll deg. 35 issued the Bth tiny of Between levity and cheerfulness ,
Lot 1, Blk. 210. City August A. D.
TKl'HTEES OF TIlE INTER- Okeeehohee envkI1b W 2415/ ft for to Han.I'OB lU.'ll ; 17J to 1'2 Inilimlve. is :it'd) the I I IHtb I there la a wide distinction ; the Wright.
All Blkti. 1 to 1ft Inc.. Weatnver day of .Tune. A. D 1iI;: stud 107, '
Park S/D thence S 40 deg. 05 lumieij the 7th dny, of Annual A. D. mind that fa moat open to the for The next meeting will be at ta.
min E 246.IS ft, R 'I
IDA. SLy nf Oovt Lot 5 except Beg 220 88 deg.. 35 min, W fire VJM: : hut filed amue In mv uf- mer la frequently a stranger to the home of1.: ... Curtis Wright ol
; bus made
yda S of NW roe Lot 8. run BMO application for a
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF : < ft, R 330 ft. W 214 ft 8 810 fl5 ft to 17 ft Tax Dueil to he Issued thi-reon. :Sold latter.-Blair, Thursday. Dec. 7.

EVERGLADES DRAIN. ft. W 3W1 ft. alao Civt Lot T and water level N 49 Certlllcute\ emhracea the following The highest wisdom continual V
05 mln., W
deg. scribed property In the de'j II
AGE DISTRICTBy W 712.0 ft of Oovt Lot 4. See. County
ROY R. RAI'LERSON Airent 30. Twp. 37.I JrP. 3.1 24(118( ft N 88 leg. Okeiu-hnliee. Ktnte of Klnrliln' to : cheerfulness; such a state, like the BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY
36 197
35 mln. E 613 ft. 23 SS
SEu, tit SE'/4 of SK'; '
SWI4 of
J.olI'and: 4. Blk. 1. Great Lakes
for Improvement Trustees of Fund the Internal and Lot 2, Itlk 1. Wright'sFirst 811'1of tn.1iInwiiHblp / and. eya; of SEt4' | region above the moon, la alwaysclear MET AT CHURCH TUESDAY

for Board of Commlaaloneraef 'Lot. toI/ Inc. Blk 141. City of Addition or S11'1M11'; ot SEi: of S1.1SWI4 / ; and aerene.-Montaigne,
Lots 8, 9 and 10. Blk. tit
Everglades Drainage Dla.trk't Okeechobee S\1'i. ot K1'1.: ot
OkeeYbobee County, rofl'.D and 10 Blk. 1, Southern 155. City of Okeec. SWt"4 of S11'l4\ anti lV',. of N1'y i If good people would but make Mra. D. O. Alderman was the
chnhee of i\\\'I\ : all being In Section 1.
Florda Pines S/D
their goodness agreeable and smile
.. Lot 2, Blk. T, South Okeechohee :i7 8\, Range 85 E. I I leader of the regular meeting of tae
NOTICE OF OPENING OF CITY Lot 4. Blk. 11. Riverside l Park SID I BOARD OK COMMISSIONERSOF : ALSO SE% of NEV4 of NEW instead of frowning in their virtue, Baptist :Missionary Association at
REGISTRATION BOOK Lots 2. :3. 4. 7. f A and 9. Blk. 45./ EVERGLADES SK% of KE'i: of NEU: : EIo I
The City Reglatrttion Book will South Okeechohee AOE DISTRICT! INTERNAL NEtf of SEV4:: and NWfc' of 8E'/4 ,' I: how many would they win to the the church Tuesday afternoon her
open on Wedneeday November 15, Lots 11 and 12 Blk. 181, City of IMPROVEMENT FUND NEW of 8Enlld' NWV4 of : good cause.-Uaher- subject being "Missions, In South
1944 sod close on Friday, November Okeecbobee FLOU- hE'4::\ of hKVi ; N"4 of KW,4
24, 1944 at tbe office of the City Lot 1. Blk. 175, City of Okeechobee OF IDA.TilE STATE OF of SE % : M'% of SWU of lie who sees moat clearly and enlightens Ame oleo." Ten members were pres

Clerk la be City Hall. Lota 7 and 9, Blk. 127. City of Bv ROY R. RAULERSON Agent SE' % ; SE'i of SK<". of 6EV4 ; other minds most readily ent.
ALMA GROSS .Okeechobee Im. \\\4 of N\'i/4 of xwij and :N14
ek for Trusteea of the Internal :
City Clerk : ,"7.\\ttj) 1 to 4 Inc 8 and 0, Blk. 136 ,provement Fund and for Board ot NWi/4 of NWV4; SWVi of NWVi keeps his own lamp trimmed andburning. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday -

City of Okeechobee nf Commissioners of Evergladca of .NW"4 and Wry of 8W,4 of .-Mary Baker Eddy
Tallahassee Florida tote 2, 3. 7. 8 and 9, Blk. 13, South Drainage District Okeeenobee N\Vy; ; NE"4 of 8\V% of 8Si \\''% i afternoons of next week, player
October 17. IOU Okeeehohee County, Florida. of S\VV4 of SW! % ; NVi of Cheerfulness keeps up e kind of meetings will be held at the churchat
NOTICE Lota A Sb:', of SW'i\ ; SI,', of I SE4 nf
4. and A, Blk. 194, City of -
-- --- daylight In the mind it with
NOTICE I. hereby given tbat the. Okeecbobee XW<. ; .NW'4! of11':4 of SWV4 filling 3:30: o'clock by the member of

State Board of Education of the State Lota I to 4 Inc.. T. 11 and, 10 Blk. NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO SELL all being In \Sectlnn 2, Townahlp a steady and perpetual serenity. i the :Missionary circle This yearly
of Florida offer for sale to be sot 1119 City nf Okeecbobee LAND :aT S, Range 35 K, ALSO All
to the highest bidder In Tallahassee, Lots 1 to 20. Inc, Elk, 1. Southwest NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that Klui'kn 1 to N Inilimlve badow-- |I Addiaon. series of meetings is called tat
Florida at 12:00 o'clock NOON November Addition\ Pnrmiant to Section 15 ((1). Chapter lawn SuUd\Ulon of Stof NW'i A
: laugh, to be joyous, must flow
21tt 1944 the following land Lots 1 to 7 Inc.. Elk 2, Southwest 2on-. Laws of Flnrda| Arts of 1041 of SWVi uf Secllun II. Townahlp "Lottie Moon Christmas Offering",
In Okeechobee County. Addition and Section' tl7. Chapter 11717. Law" :\7 S, 1111 II are H5: E, ALSO SB,. of I| from a Joyous heart, for without named for a Chinese missionary whe
4 Section 111 Townablp 38 South. Lnt 4. 5 and e. Blk. 220. City of of Florida Acts of 1031. aa amended MCi,. of MV1'41; of NEVl:: o f\9144 kindness there be
hv Section' 11. Chapter 201138, laws of can no true joy.
Range 34 East containing 04080 Okeerhobee ; E'i, 0111114: ofNW'i ; N4 accomplished great rood, and whose
will lie Florida. Arts of 1041 And alan pnranant of SE4:: ol 11\\'%. all beluir In Suction I
acrei wore or Ie... offered for sale nt public out. Section 20722 V j memory is honored by these sesai-
to 4'J Chapter ,
for it Towuehlp 37 8.
THIS NOTICE la published In eompt cry the highest and boat cash hid l. .
.,. I' ncr-wltlr Sect ton. 2'10.07.2'10.08 and ...J'Jl'Ul'J CiinimiMlnnpre: ,to the .rig nf bt of the Board of. amended Taws of bv Florida.Section Acts 1ft Chapter n11041 220TH a E. ALSO of Ely Nb' '/of .SEi.i ; ot SEV4! otNWi4 Victories nil over the world ave I ono of prayer during the pre'holiday -
Everglades Drainage ; bW'A
nooU, Florida Statutes 1941. nf SEVt
The STATE BOARD OF EDUCA. Dlntrli't. and/or Board of County Setionol44.' Chapter 20722. Lawsaof of SK4J: H\\yt! of NE of NWfcml increasing the' transportation loadon aeason.
T1ON reserves the right to reject Ciimtnlielonrri of Okeccbohee County, kKVt\ vt N\V4 ofN'% ; V- -
any Florida Aeta of 1041. aa
Use V Mail and
our planes. help
Florida. 8\\ of
and all blda. In reject any and all bibs Section 21. Chanter 22070. Laws of % NW'4 of NW'4.; Eta' _
By order of the State Beard of Education uf the (Courthouse beginning. at 10:1)0o'clock : ) FI"I.IA01.. of 10H. the following of NWVi of 1\\\"', ; SV o( SEi/4:' get the mail through more efficiently V-:Mail i Is real Americanism
of the State of Florida. A. '4. on the 20th dny of Norember. I deicrllied Inmla In Okeechobee County of SWV4\ ; NE4:! of 81\4! of SWV4i:
Spenard I. Holland Goveruor 1044. Easement for drainage tn-wlf Mi! of 81Vof SWIK, all being I shares the plane space with others
I and reclnnmlliin and road Florida .._ .._ In Section 11 I I
ATTEBT' purposes I 1 .1. l...... ant 1 7 fn n I... .. Tuuimblu 117 M.Jlunge !
Colin; -/irll.b.;: Secretary will be reserved and fifty percent Blk 31'" Smith' OkeecKnhee'oO 33 E, ALSO .Vof .NE4 I __ __ .._. __ __.h- _
I I O'H of all oU, and mineral I I uf .NKVi' of H' of
State Board of Education gas Lots 10. 11. U: and 13 Blk. 2011. SK'4.; "j SEV4 uf I
rights will alto be
reserved City of Okeeehohee \E4. uf 8E4a1'y; \ of .NE,4? of

1 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: Lot 11. Blk. lilO. City of Okee ttW44 ; H'y! of11'4. \ ; tEH of ..
OF EVERGLADES! DRAIN- !I chobee I SKV4: of :0.\\\.4 .NEi:: of NKV4 of r

AGE )If'I'R1C'1'I I T.nta 7 and 8, Blk.I 1AO. City of W"4. : hKl4 uf .NEi,! of N\vy4l; i
9. I andBOARU Okeechobee .\.:14 of SKV uf H\V',4 : NEW; :: ofSW14 (

OF COUNTY COM I Lot 10 Blk. 110. City of Okee uf Stti,4Wi4: of SWV4 of
SHI.VERS! OF OKEECUOBEB chobee MV>/4 and KI!, uf $\\'l' uf S\\'<4 ; I
: COUNTY, FLORIDA. of K'a uf :\W !U uf SU'i,4. till being I I
C Lute 11 nnd 12. Blk. 156. City
By ROY H. KAL'l.KKSON. III Section 1:. Townablp H7 M, I I
Clerk' of tbe Circuit Court of Okeechnhee : :I 5 K. of NE1Sh'4 : I
? Bongo ALSOiy /; I
Okeechohee County. Florida Lot 4, Blk. lB:;. City of Okecrholiee. )- '
of % h'4411:: : ofU >-4 :
( aa agent for said Boarda. M\ > uf and of :
\ ul1'ia NW'j SEV4
Will he offered fnr mule at public i
I By SOI'URONIA PEASE tit11'44. nil Lulng In Sii'tlon II
MOM outcry the highest and heat caahMil.
.sAWi.Moat Deputy Clerk
1.t' to the right' of the Board I luuiuhlp 1 :37 8. liniigfM: : E.:: '
nf O.iinilKMlimen of F.verglnd: Drain- 'I 1 lie i'.auii'iit of auld property
ace D'atrlct. and/or Board of County under said Curllfiiali'H laauud were In V
C'niiinibhtoiicrH nf Okeechnhee ''< undo, the name uf .1. S. Cochran B. CKtMfe .
FlurMn: in rel.vt AllY and all Mile\ at E.:: J. 8rhramplux Safer
the "'""'Iho"... beginning at 10 'OC Jacob Itothwcll, 8. U. Urluiuerg, A.
o'clock A. M. on the 11th day of December \loofcln-uil.. Mnude II. Kite Ida It.
SAMPLE BALLOT 1044 Emollient for drainageand Altmnii. I'liiis. C llMrluull. Rubeil

reclamation and road Purposes l'relcbardlaseapa Corp.. Okeechubw
will he reserved and fifty percent ('umpuu.v, lI"IIIbo.II I'urter .;. I'. &
GENERAL CITY ELECTION (SO1"..) nf all oil gas and 'mineral Bulley, Hazel O. Blaukwell Roy C. Kt
rights will alao he reserved. Hi-Mint B. K. l'lt CITY OF OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA BOARD OF COMMISSIONER': tunkel Glendura Butcher U. R. Con-
OF F.VEHOLAED3 DRA1NAOH ruy 1'Hiiay 1. :.Noi'ioiiuluutlnu Klat- r
DISTRICTBOVliD!' nor : Fred I. Sihnrvr; Stanley Cutter.R. '
DECEMBER 5, 1944 and B. Kurduuin ; J. .N, Griffith and C. Z
OK COUNTY ('011. 11. MurrUun 'Irimtce.
M'''sONKHM; OK OKE'IIO Unless. wild Certificate shall be rejloi'iniMl N

BEll COUNTY. FLORIDA. law, ih'.
nci'urilliiv lo
;:. Make a Cross Mark (X) before the By ROY R. RAULEUSON. cillicd I therein. shall be propeil sold to the I ic;
Clerk of the Circuit Court nf lulu neat' bidder ill the Cuiii'inuiiie duo I!
name of the Candidate i of your choice Okeechobee County, Florida, HI i Inlira .Mi utility 1 In the month, '

aa agent for anld Boarda January IIII:!. which I la .the ht day
.. By Sophronla Pease of January 11115 I
Deputy, Clerk Dated this lit day of December ,
C 1UI4. I
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-' ( Vote for one) NOTICE I'NDF.I' FICTITIOUS NAME ROY(b-rk IL. Circuit RAULERSO.N Court ,of I I Iokeeihiihee "wvu'ith' V. D.

'I { LAW Cuiiuty) r'lurldu
i TO WHOM IT MY CONCERN : Circuit Court Seal)
I H. H. Raulerson Notice la hereby given that the --.-- -.
'''P i -- --- ---- -- -. --- undcralgned.' pursuant to tbe "Flctl- 1\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE are not prostitutes

I tlona Name Statute" Douse Bill No, NINTH; : JIDH'IAI. CIRCUIT OF
im. Chanter 20013! Laws of Florida FLORIDA IN AM FOR OKEUCHOBKB -

Acts of 1041 will register with the : COUNTY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for IN CHANCERY. I ft'l no hearsay that the impact of war upon our youth li

i FOR COUNCILMEN Okeecnohee County Florida upon receipt TOM DIXON, ) I resounding down the byways of Florida In an ever-increasing

of proof of the publication of pt.iliitlff_. I I wave of juvenile delinquency! -That the teen-age girl, In. .

( Vote for five) this .,rice the fir tlttnls &name COMPANY fn-wit Li l.I.1.tNvIiIXON, )i I trigiied by the uniform and laboring under the illusion that it
under which ...e arc engaged In hna- Dvfendunt. ) I li patriotic to Indulge the whims of service men-is becoming

I Hugh Chandler Incas In the City of Okeecbobea Flor Cum No. tin a major carrier of syphilis and gonorrhea.


t,, I S. R. RaifsniderJ. ida.That the parties interested In said appearing by affidavit to the Basically she's just a little girl-a good kid-But she's been
e bUHlnesa enterprise are aa follows : lulu u( t oiiipialnt. In a null fur divorce lot about
hearing a "doing bit" win
to the
your war
l' W, A. Markham Sr. filed In a cause pending lu
I M. Roe Sr. O. J. Markham tbe Circuit Court III and for Vkeetiu.
R. L. Markham bee Cuunty .Florida wherein Tom Confused misguided and frustrated-she takes the reins hi

0. L. Raulerson W. A. !Markham ;Jr. UUou la plaintiff and Lillian Dixon her own hands, .
I Dated at Okewhobpo, Okeecbohea In d lelJ County, Florida Novmber: 10th 1044. lniilry have been untie to discover Of all the "facts of life" Impressed upon her she must above

I. I B. W. Thomas ,-- -- --. -'- the residence uf said defendant and all-be made to realize the price exacted by venereal diseasethe -
the saute l II met forth aa la known ;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS danger to her entire \life a few brief indiscreet moment
that defendant la a resident of tbe ,
I I Alto Watford IN THE COrilT OF TUB COUNTY tute of Florida, but abe conceals" may hold-that a clean body is not only a moral obligationbut
herself that cannut bo
au process "peraonully a social responsibility
\ I Z. K. Williams FLORID IN nerved upon her and that
re: Relate of )
J-\, there U nu person lu tbu State of
William M. t.uclus. ) The warnings of the increased prevalence of this enemy among
Hurlilu the service of II aubpoena upon
., Deceased) wbuui will bind the dfti'Ddaut ; she teen-egers may be vague to you as a PARENT-you'mar

:' To Claims)All Creditors Demands and Persona Against Having Said that .ho la above tbe ..1of twenty- JI' "Iff exaggerated can't happen to my f.mIJT'-I'I.re' b

I Estate: or one years ; that her last knows address lite story taW in stark JlfurM el wUt has already h&J.e4

I You Bud each of are hereby la : Delivery, Jack on. U others who felt that "it can't "
you vine, .'Iorl I notified and required to present any that the said defendant, Lillian lilxuu -
'r claims and demands which yon, or J, Edgar Hoover says that for the year ending June IN1-
I I btt and aba la hereby required to ,
either of '1111. may bate against the
1', I .t. .. .- eats of ) William M. Lucius d.- appear to the Bill of Couipiaiui lied compared with the same period ending 1942-oninkenaee* hi
10 aald came on or before tile let day girls INCREASED 39 percent prostitution M perteirt 1ierderly .
een"'I!. late of said County tn the ,
,.- County of Okeecbobee County. uf January A. D. 1045, otherwise the Kmduct 69
and m
percent, vagrancy paI'HIIt.TN .
{. I .. allegations of iald Bill of Complaint!
Florida, at his office In the court
f <:- ..--. -- bins of nald County at Okeechobee, will be.taken an rouruiaed by sail lievudant. Crime Prevention Bureau W one representative 11elSa

J't Florida within eight calendar months It U further ordered city report it handled 715 for W
I from tbe time of be first publication that this ur- flrU the entire jeer INI,
( FOR CITY CLERK of this nntlri Each claim or demand der be pnbllabed. once 'I week lor toutcuosecutlve while through September 19M abme mfrshsl.. 1,100 a fe..

f'- (Vote for one)' :. tbe shall place be In of residence writing and and shall post office atatf ,, ., n newspaper vteeka In published 1 b. Ultceihubee.Ne lu said den passed through it* dVen.

a'I I Lorena Billiard .:Pearce address sworn lu of by he the claimant claimant, and agent shall be or 944.county Dated and this State'Letn day ot November, Consult your family Ia.wlu II' g. t. a "r.! Halt

atorncy, and any aucb claim or demand ROY R. RAULKUJSO:.. Spowrd by
not o filed shell .
IIIk a be void ..
I H. CLARENCE! E:. LUC1V8. Clerk Circuit Court.
-- As executor of the Last Will and By SopbruuU Pease U. C.
', Teetamen of Circuit Court Real) FLORUrA STAT: BOARD OF IIALTB .

William M Lu lu.. deceased. Mar Handerfur Scbnlmau I LOCAL HEALTH DKPARTMXNT: .

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