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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 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."
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Volume 30-Number 25 -,- Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 8, 1944 Price Five Cents

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News of Our BoysIn |I O. J.HIS PRICE HOME RETURNED IIERE AFTER TO I County Commissioners Met in Regular BILL HEART WALTERS ATTACK DIED YESTERDAYIN FROM Sale of War Bonds

3 ) EARS IN: WAR WORK

Various Camps i.II' O..J.I Price returned- to his home { Session Last Monday; All Bills Were Bill HOSPITAL- AT SEBRING I & Christmas Seals

Walters, long time resident

At Home & Abroad acre Tuesday afternoon from Approved to Be Paid the of Okeechobee, died yesterday after I
Bridgeville, Pa., where he has been By County noon at the Weems Hospital following Are Lagging HereThe

i' employed by the Flannery Bolt I
a heart attack. Mr Walters was
Mr and Mr. T. II. Nix received Company In making guns for the '
I The Board of County Commission- Claudia A. Conrad taken ill yesterday morning and was sale of
Sal war bonds and Christ
a letter this week from their ion, United States Navy during the past 1
Robert I f j ers of Okci>chobee County, Florida, Jailor, Nov. . . . 5960 carried to the hospital In the early mar seals is lagging In Okeechobe
In three and hslf Mr.
which he says ho ii stationed ons- years. Price
I met In regular session on Monday, Withholding Tax Fund afternoon where he died at six County, which has alway had in
somewhere In England and was superintendent of the plant.
U getting along fine.Nt'al At the time he went to work at December 4, 1944 at 10:00: A. M. j I Tax withheld for Nov 13.90 o'clock I previous bond drives a very fine and

this plant Present were: Chairman C. E. Pay Roll, Election, Returning Mr. Walters was born in Key I enviable record. Thli II I no time
| war they were turning I
Drawdy, Commissioners R. E. Bass, Ballot boxes . . 19.80 West but moved to Ok'eechobee In i I to lose Interest in either the coun t
Hough, Jr., arrived home out three guns per month for the
I! B. C. Swain, Ernest Hilliard, and W. City of Okeechobee, Water, 1924 and had made this his home try's war effort or the drive against
yesterday afternoon from the Great Navy and when he left them they
Lakes I F. Walker and Clerk Roy R. Rau. C. H. &: Jail Nov, . 1080 off and on ever mince He I Is survived tuberculosis The most difficult part
Naval Training Camp and Is were turning out 6,009 per month. 'I
Ileuon.I FINE &: FORFEITURE FUND by his wife who resides here, of the war lies directly ahead of u*
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the and one-half
spending four days here with his During three years
I Upon motion duly carried, the Roy R. Raulerson, Cost and one daughter, Mrs. Winona -the longeet casualty;: lists, the
Mr. Price with he
parents, Mr. and Mri. Neal Hough, was this company I
minutes of the meetings held durIng I Bills Co. 'Ct., Nov. . .$ 2140 Floyd, of West Bay, Florida. greatest expenditure of money and
Sr He has Just finished his boot lost only five days on account of !i I
training at Great Lakes sickness !|I I the month of November were T. W. Conely, Jr., Docket I Funeral services will be conducted manpower and effort, the final and

Mrs. Price who has been with him :|:, read and approved. i, Foes, Nov. . . . IfOO i'' at the Okeechobee Cemetery Sunday desperate push to destroy the host

Tenn. ;, Reports of :Marks and Brands for G. C. Durrance, ConvictionFees afternoon at four o'clock with the of evil. Buy bonds now If :you never
John D. Draughon, who has completed j stopped off at Nash villu. ,
his boot training at the navy where she will visit relatives and Districts No. 2 and 4, were received I Nov. . . . 2000 I Rev. W. R Howell of the Methodist. l bought before Buy bonds new

i I ,1, and ordered filed in the office of L. L. Conrad. Cost Bills 'I I Church officiating. j a* you never bought before. The
training center at Balnbridge, MJ, friends before returning home. j '
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I VI i I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Sheriff, Nov . . . 10477 ----v service men have one aim to
was home for a four day furlough ---- --
I II I I The financial statement showing Comm. of Game and FreshWater j which they cling In the midst of
ever the week-end, returning to '
Club
Bainbridge for reassignment.Mr I Lions Club Will balances as of November 80, 1944 Flshc Conservation Rotary Held | battle and blood-get It over. Get

Officer's fees . . home. At home
I I was presented as follows: 7.60 I we can do little

and Mrs Frank Chandler I Hold Box Supper I I General Fund . . $ 3,826.45 ROAD &: BRIDGE FUND Regular Luncheon enough to help them, but we can

have received the Information that I Fine &: Forfeiture Fund 3,04376 Pay Roll, Dist No.2, labor 9060 buy bonds, which means buying bullets -

Road & Bridge Fund . 2,784.92 James Coody, Labor, Dist 1 69.40 I I and ammunition and tanks and
their son in law, C. C. Carr, hat In Sale of Bonds Tuesday At Noon
been wounded while fighting with Agricultural Fund . 14.04 Pay Roll, Tractor &: grader plane and bomb. and medical supplies -

I Outstanding Ind. Fund 87444 work, Labor . . . 15260 ,
th United States Army in Germany. -
: Race Track Fund . . 13,55084 Bennle's Shop &: Supply, i I If these articles and Implements [
Hi was wounded In three places The Lions Club met at the club Okeechobee Rotarian held their
1940 Gen. Refund Fund 2,65300 Truck Repairs . . 123.75 of war were for sale on the city
rooms for their regular lunaheon on luncheon meeting at the
Woman's
Withholding Tax Fund 16.30I 0. K. Garage, Truck repairs park, would you buy them, to lend
Word reaches here that when Thursday Dr. T. T. Coleman, Club building :
Prof.
Tuesday
president Dlst. noon. to Okeechobee boys in action
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No.3. . 15.85 Yeur
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Herbert Nix returned to the Naval I was In the chair. After disposing C. M. Williams, pinch- for
Training Station at Norfolk, Va,, !I Total . . . 26653.75 Ruble Bass, Gas, Dist. 2. 350 hitting I i I bonds will buy them.
of routine business, the members Judge Conely who was supposed to
Gilbert Culbreth After the last World War the incidence
I Surety Bonds with the United GUI,
last week after hla honeymoon discussed the bond I have charge of the !"
I present States Fidelity and Guaranty Company Dist, No.4. . . . 10.96 program but was of tuberculosis was greatly
spent in Okeechobee with Ms parents drive and decided to hold box led
a away group singing with Mr.
{ Baltimore, Md., by Z. K.Vil- Withholding Tax Fund, Tax I increased, and it will\ be 10 after
Mr: and Mrs T. II. Nix, he was supper Thursday night, December 14 Kent at the piano. President Rau-
| hums, Attorney In fact as Surety withheld for Nov. . 2.00 i this war Buy seals. If any of our
surprised to learn that he had been at the theatre, to further the bond lerson read a letter stating that in I Okeechobee
i and the following County Officials AGRICULTURAL FUNDC. boys come back from
promoted to the rating of First sales here. Those who have attended honor, of Rotary'. fortieth anniversary
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A. Fulford, this fight, as back fromI
as Principals were approved by the Sal. Co. Agt 830 | many came
Class Petty Officer. previous affairs of this nature I in February, each club
in the
: Boad: County Commissioners: F. J. S. Underhill, RecordingFees I I the last war, with damaged lungs,

sponsored by the Lions, know how (' Walker, C. E. Drawdy, F. M Mob Nov. . . . 30.00 United State would write a letter your money will be ready not only
Mrs. Alma Conrad received the much fun is free gratis of fellowship and good wishes |I I
given away to a to them, but
'ley, B. C. Swain and 0 J. Chap Withholding Tax Fund, Tax I help to prevent the
following clipping from her daughter with tile of the boxes, Rotary Club in '
auctioning I' some distant land, j t spread of tuberculosis others ,
man; Sheriff N. 0. Stewart County withheld for Nov. . 170 to especially -
Mrs George E. Constable, formerly and a large attendance Is expected ; and assigning to the Okeechobee their families and children.
Tax Assessor Robert I V i j;
La
Martin
Miss Dorothy Conrad, and fro W. V. Wilson, Jr., a tax con ; I club one In England. Fortunately: J, Remember that tuberculosis Is a /
County Tax Collector Bessie Alder I
was taken from the Watson, West sultant of West Palm Beach, was man; Clerk Circuit Court Roy R. Fitz Williams I this letter can be written In English -| highly communicable disease, but

Virginia, Times: the speaker, and! gave a resume of Raulerson Member of School Board or even American-If the foreign that if it is discovered in Its Inclp-
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Sgt. George E. Constable, a radio the newest tax procedures in the I club had been one in Greece, ence, it I I. readily curable. I
Van E. Llghtsey; County Judge T. Died at
gunner, who formerly resided at state SefcringTuesday or China, the task might have beena Make yourself a Christmas -
present
W Conely, Jr., and Supeintendent t
,
Watson, Is entitled to wear the Distinguished The Lions Club will have Ladies little difficult. of that extra bond, that sheet
I of Public Instruction Carl T Dur-
Unit Badge, mark of the Night at the -club rooms on December r- Deco. 5Sebrlng Members present were H. H. Raulerson of Christmas seals. "Peace on .
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highest citation that Is awarded 21st when they will have a'' rance. toy" a." Raulerson- ,; W. '1: ""earth"a.a promise of the 'fiat .... n "g j
The following vouchers were approved
units of the American Armed Christmas tree and appropriate program Lawson, who acted as secretary In' Noel, but-remember-only to "men
I and ordered paid when funds
Forces. exchanging gifts limited to a Dec. 5.Fite Hugh Wll- the absence of Z. K. Williams, C. H.I, of good will."
are available: I
His AAF B-26 Maunder bomber price of 60 cents 'I' GENERAL FUND Hams, 74, who turned from building Parkerson, W. D. Coker, A. W, Davis M BY B B l I ,

group in the Mediterranean theater Members attending were Dr. T. construction, his first love, to the C. A. Fulford, C. M. Williams,
I: C. E. Drawdy, Sal Co. ,
Old
bar ben cited by the War department T. Coleman, Mr. K. E. Stello, who Is cattle business in which he becameone S. R. Reifsnider, W. R. Howell, H- People of This
I Comm., Nov . . .$ 74.30
for "outstanding performance secretary and treasurer, H C Cul- of the biggest Independent raisers Terzenback, J. 0. Wolff, R. A. Burgess ,
Ernest Hilliard, Sal. Co. \
conflict with the breth W. I. Lawson, Roscoe and I in Florida I Carl T. Durrance, M. T. Whid-
ef duty In armed I Comm, Nov. . . . 74.30B. died this morning at County To Receive
enemy.: During aerial operations Allen Markham, Leland Pearce, E.I his home here. den and J. D. Northwood.
C. Swain, Sal. Co
the J. Wilson, F. F. Burr, and Paul His cattle Mr, G. O. Wallace was I
which preceded and supported empire, known as the a guest
Comm., Nov. . . . 74.36 Checks for Xmas
Allied breakthrough at Casalno Burdeshaw 101 ranch, comprises about 100,000 and was introduced to the club as ,
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R. K Bass, Sal, Cod|
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Maurader! displayed extraordinary v- acres In Highlands, Okeechebee and representing the press, a* well a* I Ia e
Comm., Nov. . . . 74.30W. I I -
accuracy: bombing numerous targets.On :Mrs V. J. Domer has as her house F. Walker, Sal. Co. Glade counties. He was assisted in faithful attendant of the old Civic | Jacksonville, Dec. .-(Special)-

May 12th, In direct support of guest her sister, :Mrs Alice Saus- Comm.! Nov. . . . 74.80 its management by his eons.Mr Club luncheon II I Okeechobee County recipients of

the Fifth Army drive towards Rome, night, of Haitvllle, Ohio, who will Roy: R. Raulerson, Sal Williams, who was born in V public assistance will receive their

the group achieved spectacular results | stay some time. Rome, Ga., built the first brick I December payment prior to the
Clerk, Nov.. . . . 170.20 Small Vote CastIn
In an aerial attack on heavily I T. W. Conely, Jr., structures In South Florida. Leaving Christmas holiday., State Welfare

defended enemy troop concentrations -I crews worked untiringly and enthusiastically Co. Judge, Nov., . 122.70T. home at the age of 17 years, he let- Commissioner Leland W. Hiatt sa-

Including the famed 16th Pan to have their aircraft at W. Conely, Jr., Sal., tied first at Punta Gorda 'where as City Election nounced hers today.

see Grenadier Division Despite the peak of mechanical perfection to C. Atty, Nov.. . . 6000 architect and contractor,! he built a By direction of the State Welfare

aumereus planes damaged and crew Insure the success of this vital operation. Bessie Alderman, Com. Tax hotel. Later, he constructed another Here Tuesday Board, and la keeping with its custom

members wounded, the nescorted ." Coll., Nov. . . .. 1,00008 hotel at Boca Grande. He also built Hiatt said, payroll. will be

Maurader released almost 4,000 On July 26th, this Group of B-t4 Robert La Martin, Co. Tax the DeSoto county: courthouse at Arcadia written earlier In the month than

fragmentation bombs on the target. Liberator bombers took off as lead Assessor, NOT. . .. 19560 and the ney Barnett National The city election held Tuesday at usual so that checks may be mailed

Irreplaceable casualties and destrnc- Group of a Wing formation and set | J. L. Chandler, Sal. bank at Avon Park. He began his apprenticeship the city hall passed off quietly with from the office of the State Comptroller

tin were piled on the already hard course for the target. Attacked by Janitor, Nov. . . .. 8800 as a bricklayer: In the one of tbe lightest vote in the history not later than December

pressed enemy, smashing key reserves thirty enemy fighters, the gunners I G. C. Durrance, Sal. Act. construction of the Georgia capitolat of the city being east Only 242 ZOo For convenience In handling,

and aiding the Allied drive threw up such a curtain of lead Pros. Atty, . . . 7430 Atlanta. votes were cast. payrolls from all of the district

northwards.IBth that the attack was broken off. Ad- W. B. Hargraves, Sal. Sapr. When Mr. Williams married the H. H. Raulerson was reelected will not be cent In at the lam time.

V verse weather conditions forced the I Regis, Nov. . .. 40.00 former Miss Sally Collier, of nearby Mayor without opposition while Mrs Old-age assistance check for recipients

AAF in Italy. (Special to The bombers to bomb at a lower altitude : County Welfare Board, Crewsville, in 1882, he became Lorena Pearce was elected City in Okeechobee County are

Okeechebee News.-Second Lieutenant than usual, subjecting them to Intense I Relief Allowance, NOT.. 350.00 Interested in the cattle business In Clerk without opposition To serve due to leave Tallahassee on December

Rvssell V. Domer, of Okeecho and heavy anti-aircraft fire. Basinger Sea. Lunch Rm. which her family was among the with them a* member of the City: 20, according to the schsdale.

bee, Fla., who If a member of a I Although three bombers were lost, Groceries, Nov .. . 12.SO leaders In this section Eventuallyhe Council for the next two :year were All check for recipient of aid te .

Bomb Group, la now entitled to two so badly crippled they had to T. W. Conely. Jr, Sal. devoted all his time to that industry elected Hugh Chandler, 0. L Ran- dependent children and. recipients of ';

wear the distinguished unit badge- i leave the formation and others bad- Juvenile Judge, NOT ... 1500 making his headquarter in lemon, Brad Thomas, Alto Watford aid to the blind ...1\1'\ be mailed OB ',:
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At an Impressive ceremony at Its ly damaged, the gallant crews pressed i I Raulerson Dept. Store, Crewsville until he and Mrs. William and Z. K. Williams. Following ia December 20 at which time the' lp' :. 'a"l, .

base somewhere In Italy, Maj. Gen. the attack and Inflicted grave the plements payroll: will 'also be ::
Supplies Co. Jail . . 2.88 moved here about ten years vote:
Nathan F, Twining, Commanding I damage to the objective, depriving T. W, Conely, Jr. ago. For MayorH. : posted. '

General of the 15th Army Air Force, the enemy of one of his most Important I I Coroner's Inquest Fee? (7.80 Beside his widow, survivors include H. Raulerson .. . .. .. 176 "This i Is the first Christmas that

pinned the streamers of a Distinguished fighter assembly and repair Pay Roll, Coroner' Inquest 1760 the following chlldrenff John City Clerk I: fund have been sufficient to permit ,

Unit on the standard of his bases. I' Photostat Corp., Supplies 37.35 Williams, of Brighton, Zlbe and I, Lorena Pearce . .. . .. 193 tbe State Welfare Board te

Bombardment Group for Its "out Continuing, the citation read, "By: Fla. Power A L. Co., Elec. Fill Hugh William, jr., of Okeechobee I City Councllsaem I meet 100 per cent of the budgetaryneed

standing performance of duty In their great determination, outstanding C. H. 4 Jail, Nov. . 11.79 Mrs Elbert Scarborough, of Hugh Chandler . . .. . 174 of all recipient., except IB

armed conflict with the enemy." 1 professional skill and gallantry Roy R. Raulerson, Refund Wauchula, Mrs. Douglas G. Perry, S. R. RaifsnUer .. .. . 106 those Instance where maximum

The citatloa which accompanied I this Bombardment Group has 'I I on expo chgs . . 4.92 !, of Avon Park, Mr. Charles C, Sever J. M. Roe . . . . . 128 | payment allowed by law are inadequate

the presentation of the streamers, reflected great credit upon themselves John Drayton, Cemetery wk. 1200 of Tampa, and Mrs. Joseph A. 0. L. Raulerson . . . .'M 130 i( and it hope that this will

read in part, "On July 25, this i and the Armed Force of the Mason' Ice Delivery, Ice I Craig, of Sebrlng; a brother, Fred Brad Thomas . . ,. .. .. 169 contribute proportionately to their

Bombardment Group was assigned :I United States of America... coupon book . . 190 Williams, of Glenrose, Tex., and a Alto Watford . . . . 156 happiness and well-being," Commissioner -

the task of attacking and destroying I Now under the command of Col. Boy Scouts of A., donation 60.00 half-brother, Henry Elwell, of Dallas Z. K. William . .. . ... 166 Hiatt laid in announcing"

the Zwolfaxing Airdrome installations -! John M. Price of Fort Dodge, Iowa, Boree Lumber Co., Lumberfor Tex., and a sister, Mrs. Trlx- special preparation for speeding liP

at Vienna, Austria, which were I' the Group was led on the Zwolfax Jail . . . . 8.40 anna Jack, also of Dallas, and 11 yesterday afternoon at three 'clock the delivery of check

being used for the assembly of ME- leg mission by their previous com Pay Roll, Cemetery Work grandchildren. V
128.901 I II for Mr. Williams after which he was Mr. J, R. Mlnehan spent the past
109's Throughout the day and mender Col. Bertram C. Harrison of I
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I L, L. Conrad, Attend. Co. e e e
laid to in the
rest family cemeteryat. week end In Canal Point and Pans.her
aight prior to the attack, Us ground. I I i I Leosburg, Va. i Comm., Nov, . . 400 I Funeral services were conducted i j Crewsville. visiting friend.

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at Homestead. He was also! a mem t r ..................................................'........!................................... I :Mrs W. R. Howell, Mr. S. R. Ralf .- -...-. I!

Q)1, \ dt"h, =-du bur of Joppa Chapter, Royal Arch Captain Harry E. I II snider, and Mr and :Mrs Frank Zan-
( Local and Persona!
----- .- --. .-- Masons at Ft. Pierce, of the York j, I der will. attend the district conference
Every l'Tlday< bybe rite bodies In the Conslstery and a I I Wood Was Laid To I of the Methodist church at GiI crt Theatre

OKtchobw News Co., nt Okeecho- Noble of Mahl Temple, N. M. S. at ,,,.....!.oo'..!_.........I'. .!............................................................. I Lakeland on Friday I

bee, Okeechobi County. Florid. Miami. His walk was by the daily Rest On ,i Mrs. O. L. Hunt and two children jj :ii j I i
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BRYANT BOWDEN! .. 4'" :Sd'tor!: step, exemplifying the fraternal life,1! i hove returned to their home here I I The | SUNDAY MONDAY

-- and his hand was never withheld t i "rt'r spending the Thanksgiving ] will hold Its regular meeting next I ----. ---.- -' ....-. --
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En'Mert as -second cllmatter from nny worthy cause that had I Mr, Susie Arrhcnmx and Mrs. C. i holidays with relatives in Lakeland.I Thursday night, the fourteenth, at I
1914. at the Post O01c in I 8:00: o'clock. |
Julv t.
claims upon him. of either fraternity C. :McCain arrived; in Okeechobee MICKEY ROONEY
Okwrtiob\ Florid, under theArt Christianity or humanity. | and Mr. T, W. I
Tuesday morning from Jacksonville, I County Judge I
ol March 8, 18"1.U981'RIPtTON. I FOR SALE 11 acres hammockland In / I
.__ I Brother Humphries was a nativeof where they attended the funeral of Conely and children returned to i '
$ HA1B Florida, having been born at Captain Harry E. Wood husband of | their home hero Tuesday after two-thirds cleared on oldDixie uA! dy Hardy !
I' Cassel Grove. Mrs
fronting
One year in advance .. $200 Okahun-pain Lake County 61 years Mrs. Arrhcnius'x daughter Alice n-ndine| Thanksgiving with relative '

Six month !n advance ... 1.00;( ago, and lived in the state all his Pr. Wood, a dental surgeon, died 1 In Tallahassee and Quincy. ,; Solon D. Platt
........ .75 Blonde Trouble"with
Three months tn advance | I I
has
_. I life. For the past ten yeari he middenly without previous warning, -
I I Avon Park, Fla., Army Air Field.
resided In Okeechobee, with his of a heart attach last week In Frank Beeves returned to Gainesville
RESOLUTIONS: I family, consisting of his wife and Waahingtom where he was In chargeof I Sunday after spending theThanksgiving Dee 6.--All patients in the Station LEWIS STONE I

i three daughters, all of whom aremembers a dental clinic at Madigan General !| holidays here 'with his Hospital at Avon Park Army AirField \

Okeechobee Chapter No: 1280. ,II\ of this chapter; and are Army Hospital Captain Wood i parent, :Mr. and :Mrs V. F. Reeves ; will receive Christmas gifts CAUTOOX: and LATE NEWS

E. S. |i I left to carry on In their bereave hud served eight months with the : __H I I provided by the American Legion

To the Worthy Matron, Officer and ment. For nInny wears he had been' medical Corps In the West Indies, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth returned and Auxiliary
I The have been made available \
Mambiri, Funeral Greeting: a supervisor for the Florida East and 14 months in Alaska, before his to their home hore the first gifts WEDNESDAY ONLY

A mighty: cedar hit! fallen In the Coast R. RIn the maintenance of |i i assignment! to Ft. Lewis, Washing. of the week from DeLand where by the (iubtlc, the program hav -- .

forests of Lebanon, to moulder again ways department, having been trans-1: ton. they spent Thanksgiving with Mr. log the approval of the surgeon

into the elements of mother earth, ferred from a similar position on The Interment was In Jachsonville t'ulbreth'i mother and daughter. !generals of the army and navy and /
the American Red Cross HITLERS: GANG"with
from whence lUcama: while its late ;I the south main line at Homestead, where Capt. Wood wan born
!,t. Col. JJarold W. Kehl, post surgeon -
companion stand around In lonely when he came to Okeechobee. I 19 years ago, and where he spent lJn ::8SIIAKJ-: :; ,, mid altering of
said that the hospital staff ,
bereavement as tear continue to I his youth- The body was accom all kinds. Price reaionuble. Mrs
BK IT RESOLVED. That, In the will distribute locally the "Gifts for
water the lad scene where its pro. panied by Capt. Anderson a member Delma Belk, East Okeechobc-c. 20.4 ROBERT WATSON and
I untimely passing of Brother Hum- : Yanks Who Gavel"Okeechobee I
trate form was laid. : of the dental clinic at Madigan, and I i! VICTOR VARCOVI
1 fhrles, this Chapter has loot a loyal, -v
The grim messenger of death has 'I was awarded. a full military funeral, :Mrs. C. II. Parkerson left Tuesday thl.1
devoted, willing and proficient officer Is I represented >
again alarmed our outer door, and one of the most beautiful and Impressive afternoon for Valdosta, Ga., where Also: FUN TIME
I and member the several Masonic at Florida :Military Academy, |
touched its Icy fingers to the will. ceremonies In she was called on account of the I year
i bodies, a consistent and en. exiitence'l I St. Petersburg, by Cadet Charles -
Ing and liberal hand of a beloved I The casket is draped with illness of her daughter Mrs II. C. --
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lightened officer and member, the Cornelius, ion of Mr and :Mrs C.
member and officer of this chapter, erican flag which Is afterwards Phillips Mrs Parkerson expects to ,: j FRIDAYSATURDAY I
community a useful and exemplary Cornelius.
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to lead him from his useful sphere given to the nearest relative. A I be there about a month. I --
: citizen, and most bereft of all, his Family tradition of having a boy
In this good world here, to a more I firing squad gives a three-volley _.___ 1 1Ill' .
family loved and loving, doting Is becom
a FMA's cadet
among corps
glorious usefulness in that better and dutiful husband and father, to salute over the grave, and a bugler I : and Mrs. G 0. Wallace have ing a marked feature of the school's EAST SIDE KIDSIn
world there. | blows the loft notes of Taps. Pallbearers had word that their son, Chief '
whom all hearts out In
our go sym student roster. Included In this
Your committee, to whom was ai- were officer from Camp Warrant Officer Bill Wallace, who
pathy In their sorrowing bereave I year's list of nearly 300 cadets are
signed the lad, yet proud duty of Blanding. Capt and Mrs. Wood and sustained a crushed leg In the Ad- "Mr. Mugs StepsOut"
ment. 15 boys who have been students I
reporting back a suitable memorial their son, Harry Ellis, Jr., had lived I miralty Islands, has reached a Cal-
That a copy of this memorial be there for three to nine years, four
tribute to the revered memory of fur many years In !Miami, where ifornia hospital safely on his way
Inscribed in the minutes of the of them brothers of former cadets.
our late respected and beloved they own their home. But he requested home. Bill is recovering and will
Chapter, and a copy furnished to the Eight other boys now at the school
Worthy Patron, Brother Frederick that In case of his deathhe probably be almost as good as new,
surviving family, and to the press have followed older brothers, and
William Humphries, in an effort to should be burled In his old home, in time.
I nine pairs of brothers are in attend
discharge that duty, beg to report: Jacksonville where his father and i "OutlawsStampede
"It Is not while riches and splendor ance this term. In addition to many ,
Brother Humphries was stricken mother also lie. He leave a host People continue to do nice things
Florida localities 24 states from'ew
suddenly! and without warning, and surround us, of friends In both cities to join his 'for Connor Field. This week we
Pass"Also
1
England to the West Coast and
parsed, on peacefully, literally dying That friends and loved ones are family in mournng the untimely needed a high stool for the radio

In harness, as we doubt not he put to the test, death of a fine man and useful citizen control tower, so that the operator several Caribbean countries are rep i NEWS and COLOR CARTOON

would have preferred to go. As he But only when affliction' cold presence who gave hla life for his country could lit comfortably at his work resented.FrXERAlTsERVICES. I

approached the end of his earthly his bound ui, ai surely ai if he had died In Instead of perching precariously on ---v FOR
journey, and the working tools of We find which the hearts are that battle. I a parachute. Seward and Katie JOHN F. LEATHERMAN WILL 1I 1----COMING---------

this life dropped from his nerveless love us the best. ---Il-_ Swain gave us one. The operator Is BE HELD SUNDAY; p M. I : __

grasp, he was ready to bo translated j INCOME; TAX EXEMPTION much obliged, as are we. I I ,
"In youth love'a light burns warm Funeral services for John F.
to that Celestial Grand
Chapter TO BE DENIED WORKERS "'.ady In the Hark""Gelng
above, to hear the welcome commen- | and bright, 1 j 1 I I I WHO FAIL TO FILE FORM I The three days of special prayer Leatherman who died the first of I My Way""Bathing

dation of the Supreme Worthy and But it fades ere the winter of age I I held by the Baptist Missionary Association the week will be held Sunday Beauty""Double
after'j I
Grand "Well be past; have been well attended. at three o'clock at the
Competent Patron I I Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8. Both I I noon I
done, good and faithful servant, but Fidelity's flame burns ever the employer and Monday afternoon the meeting was ren church. Burial will follow In Indemnity""The
en'l i employee were reminded
ter thou Into the Joy of the Lord.. same, today by John L. Fahi, Collector I led by Mrs Ham rick, on Tuesday by Okeechobee cemetery. Due to circumstances I Cantervllle Ghost"
I t
Brother Humphries was the incumbent -1 Or grows but the brighter, the of Internal Revenue for the I i Mrs, Sam Davia, and on Wednesdayby we are unable to give

Worthy Patron of this nearer the last"Respectfully I Florida district, that all employee !I Mrs Bibb. I any further details until next week. .

Chapter, besides being a Past Patron i submitted, I Ir should\ file new Withholding Exemption I __ .___ _.u _.. _._..__. .I -.- -.. .. -.. ----
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of both this Chapter and the with' t
pertiflcatei their
employers A
one located In his former home at I r' tope Hendry, II by December 1.Requited .

Homestead, Florida He was like- ,i I i Roxie Lovvorn, by the new Individual '
wise Past Master of the local Lodgeof W. J. Hendry, I
I Income Tax Act of 1944, these certificates -
F & A M., as well as the Lodge I Committee',:
: known as form W'4 (Rev..

..-.-.. -- --. .. ...-.-- .- ---. --.-. I 11)44)) will list the employee's exemptions Nature Favors
and will aid employers in

I It figuring how much Income tax to 9I, &

withhold from wanes under the new

withholding on January tables which 1. become effective Ls the SOUTH !


Form W-4 and also a small pamphlet

-"Your Withholding Exemp I
Support
tions" distributed at the same time, .

I give the employee necessary information 6

as to how to count exemptions 5 = V t

Failure to file a new Withholding I

I All f
Exemption Certificate will mean i :i

I. that the employer will withhold tax

UNTIL THE LAST KNOCK- from wages without allowing any
exemptions., Certificates now In effect

will not be used after December I

OUT BLOW IS DELIVERED TO 31, 1911. The new certificates
become effective with the first p.y- I

ment of wages after January 1, '

IT IS OUR 1945." I
THE AXIS POWERS VLESSOXSEKMON I

:: SUBJECTAT

JOB AT HOME TO CONTINUE CHURCHES SUNDAY: DECEMBER OF CHRIST I 10



"God the Preserver of Man" ii the
BACKING OUR ARMED
subject of the Lemon-Sermon which

will be read l in Churches of Christ,

Scientist, throughout the world on
FORCES BY BUYING I
Sunday, December. 10. '
The Golden Text Is:: "The Lord

shall deliver me from every evil

work, and will preserve me unto For u 'rnJ.! Here in the South are foundall two decades. The greater satisfaction of

h'o kingdom" (111 Timothy I
MORE heavenly
War Bonds 4:18): ), the essentials for good living. workers surrounded pleasant living con-

Among the citations which comprise Friendly people an equable climate, en ditions is reflected higher production.The .

I I I the Lesson.Sermon Is the terprising towns and communities offer a stress of war has not lessened these
I following from the Bible :

I I "Bins the Lord 0 my soul, and combination which makes life for those in basic advantages. In the return to a peace-

forget not all his benefits: Who this favored area more than mere existence. time economy they will possess an added
forgiveth all\ thlnp Iniquities; who
Okeecliobse healeth all thy disease; Who re- This opportunity for better and happier 'significance for those who are seeking the

County deemeth thy life from destruction; living has been an important factor in the; most suitable location for industrial or

who crowneth thee with lovingkind-
South's extraordinary growth of the last agricultural expansion.
ness and tender mercies" ( Psalms

I 103: 2-4)). I Seaboard Railway/ .Norfolk. .10, Virginia.;
i Bank The Lesson-Sermon also Include .

i the following passage from the

Christian Science textbook, "Sci

I Phone 15 : once and Health with Key to the

Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: oA

I Deposit Insured through Federal Deposit "The great fact that God lovingly(

Insurance Corporation governs all, never punishing aught ti l .
I but sin, Ii your standpoint from W Ye

; OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS which to advance and destroy the RAILWAY .

fear of sickness The
'
C. H. McNULTY Praald'ant N, BAT CAB10LL, Vlea-Ffealaait '' Jboinsn rr .,' ,. .
I I power of Christian Science and divine
M. T. WHIDDEN,
Cashier I
Low Is omnipotent. It la Indeed '

.1 6 .Y. Meierv J. Y. Ree, It. J. 0, fearee All. Karkkaa ; adequate to unelasp the hold .

and tn destroy disease, sin and Cur m or. WAR 80NDS' r
1
... .. .,, .. '- -iJ denih" ( p. 412:1-4, 13-16)). j












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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1944 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS.
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, Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE I( 1 five home a real Christmas dinner OKEECIIOHEE
Children's: Home
-- I with all the trimmings, and hopes BANDAGES K

t'NDEIt HrTITIOl'9 s"'IF.1 I NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO SELL to be able to provide each little Protect Your TO THIRD /
LAW LAS" Horn1 fromTUSERCUl061S
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN NOTICE IS IIIIUEHY GIVEN that Makes Appeal for i youngster a new suit or dress,

Notice In hereby given Hint the I I i I'umunnt 'to Reitlon 13 (I). Chapter shoes, sweater, bedroom slippers,
undersigned.' pursuant to the "Flctl- -'Oil.-'*. I.cms of Florida, Acts of 1041, Of particulai,
tloni Name Statute," Iloune Illll No. mil Sutton 117 Chapter 11717. Laws !' underwear, stockings and raincoat. workers who
117.1? Chapter 2OO':3: I.awx of Florida, of. Florldn, .\cla, of 11111.: aa amended Christmas Help This l Is a big order but If everyone pent
Acts of 1041 will register with the )h i Scrllon n, chapter unins( laws or Red Cro. room l'Is
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Florida, Ads of Kill amid, 1 nlio parr reading this article will send In 7m
scant tn Section 4J.: Chapter 20722. ------ I this story.
Okeccholico Florida receipt or-I
County.
upon
of proof of the publication of T.nns of !Florida Arts of 11)11) naamended Scores of utterly destitute even a dollar or two, every child under Mr. Lout rlt'r
this notice the fictitious name, to-wltt hv Section I1): Chapter 220711. the care of the Society will be }
MARKHAM lIHorilUHS & COMPANY. I.IHVI of Florldn Ada of 111 13. andS phan homeless and needy little ; nlnga) recup'l., i lard
under which we are engaged In liusItieN ,.tllln 41. Chapter' :20722. I.awa of I I Florida children under the care ofd II | bountifully provided for, and will be wtltm c8agrma Dr. Leslie IIr"' iti
f '
Florida Wta nil a amended l hv
.
In the of Okwchoboe, Flor
ida. City "idlon 21 Chapter 22070( law'* of I! the Children's Home Society of II i :.murud of a gloriously happy ton's Third! \, i
1"I..rllo.1'1., of 1013. the follnwlnadeiierllied Christmas Day. PUT and USE
'Hint the parties Interested In Bald IninU In Okeechobee County, Florida, "Florida's Greatest Char Clmilnus! Seals France that 1 10 vat
bunluess follow
enterprise, are n : I I .. .. --Y-----
i' lorldn! -
W. A. Markham Br. to w lt.; Ity", arc earnestly pleading for opening a hui' "c' In
Dnt. 1 to 4 Inc., and T to 12 Ino.
I
n, .1. Markham I 1
Christmas dolls, and ) ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
H. I,. Markham rtlk Al South Ok"'hob.Lot. toys game the slip of PHDvhlc"'

W. A. Mnrkhnm. Jr. City* 10 of, 11 nkcechohce, 1J and 13 Blk. 200. goodies for Christmas day; In fact, I ELECTS MRS. ALMA BURR I they had bi< n. i ad. >ychobee t

County Dated, Florida nt (JkOl'choh.Okeech"hee SoMiihor loth 11)11.i Lot II. Blk. Mil City ot Okee.I.'holo..e they arc counting definitely on the ; W. !M. FOR COMING YEAR chapti I

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I.n" 7 anal ti, Blk. 11)9) City otOkoochobco State Superintendent, Marcus I nRmE PARTY AT CANAL I This I il th fu t MM! "t rep

\ TUB cofMT jrnnir cotnTOKpnrilor.KB FORK, who has been servingthe The Okiechobce Chapter, Order of I ,
:: COUNTY FI OIllllA Lot 10 Hlk 110 City of Okcrohobea "Daddy" POINT\; ENJOYED; SVITKDW from the front th u In
Eaton of WILLIAM 6I. LUCIUS, Home Society and it* homeless the Eastern Star, elected the following In use then lit !II, U dii tot

'. The Deceased State ot Florida : To nil persons Lot OkeecliobeeLot 11 and 12, Hlk. 13<1. City of little ones for the past 81 years I officer for the coming year The horn of Mri. Ellis H. Wai- mention having): to pa for th

Interested (III the estate of middecedent 4, Blk 143.' City of Okeecholiee. (over 60,000 of them) to find a way at their regular meeting on Tuesday tram In Canal Point was the scene dressings, nor of chuiuinK' h n I

You are: hereby notified that a writ Will be offered for snle nt public' to answer their Christmas letters to night. Worthy Matron, !Mrs. .i Saturday December 2 of a delightful tlents for them so maybe sun" if

ten Insriiment purporting to be (the outcry for the highest and heat cash Santa Claus, and "Daddy" Fagg does Alma Burr Worthy Patron, Frank I bridge party. the tall tales which went the inund'
that will and totaniont of said decedent iild Mb1ect to the right of the Board
hns been admitted, to probnte of t'o.iiulHMloners of :",'raloll"M Drain. not want to disappoint even one W. Zander In the West Mrs. Frances Guest gathered at three o'clock her wen not so. Could be.

In You aid are Court.hereby commanded, within ace" Hmrlit." 'd/nr of Okeechobee Hoard of 'I'c.nnlvCiili'iiiikhioneiit 'i nnti., needy child, and I le therefore send Collins, E. J. Wilson. Secretary, and were greeted by the hostess, and _.vL. --.--

sit calendar month from tho date Flor.ihi; 'in rej"t any nnd nil Ills, nt I ing out this urgent appeal for donations Mr*. Susie Arrhcniun Treasurer, her house guest, Mrs. J. R. Mine-
of (tho first publication of this notlre the. "onrU","..,. beginning at 10'00 M. CHANDLER .WARDED
to appear In laid court und show o'clock A. M on the 1Mb day of Doreinber. of money, foodstuffs of every Mrs. hope Hendry. Conductress han. RlIlOOIJ; CONDUCT lifEr> \1,
\
cause It any )uu can, why the action 1011 Enacinent: for drainageand I kind, toy, games, dolls, goodies Mrs. Eva Williams\ Assistant Conductress I Those invited from Okeechobee
reclamation and rand, .
of still court In admitting wild l'nrl".1will -
will to probate should not stand un. be reaervcd, and fifty percent and children's wearables of every Mrs., Rae Boettger. were Mesdames H. II- Raulerson\
revoked. ((1O4)( of nil oil gas and muui moral With the Fifth Army Italy ( Spiclul -
kind and size. the meeting the charter
During Oslo Raulerson John R, Edward,
T.V., COXEI.Y, Jr.County right will also he reserved to Okeechobee News) Private
Judge Bo.IHD OK. "COMMISVIONUII1'IIF ;; Even tho smallest contribution I was draped with crepe by the Con- John M. Roe and Nathan ZelmcnoI !
Okeecboheo Oouny, Ftlorldu .I.VIIIILAI.HS: ; DRAINAGE i Lawrence M. Chandler of Bnsinger,
(County Judge' Seal) I DISTRICT I will be of tremendous help, and will duftrcss for Mr. Humphries, whoso !I vltz. I II Florida, has been awarded the Good
p
----- I and I: All contributions sudden] death last week suddcncd thocommunity :I :Mrs. Edwards recipient of I II
NOTICEOFFEt'IIOBEE Ill IA ''d' OF COI.VIY COM. I be greatly appreciated. I was || Conduct Medal for fidelity, efflcl-
CIH-NTY Mi't"'iuvniis: : OK OiCEA'110 of money should be sent to and at the tame moment high and traveling prize, while Mrs. j
KU I'OIN'IY. FLORIDA I I 1 and exemplary behavior whilein
November< 17, 1IM4.NOTHK 1'1.011111.'I'I|I By ROY U IIAULEISON.clerk the Treasurer of the Society (for the Chaplain placed an evergreen Chastain won low Mr*. Minehanwas ency
If Iir.HUliY sen'lce.
pursuant to Section 0 of Chapter 129(1.a of\ the Circuit, Couit Florid otOkeivhouee the past 38 years), Mr. R. V. Cov- wreath on the altar In tokenof presented a gift by the hostess
of Fh..ri,la, Arts of known I Ia County 1 I I lie is a member of the 350th Infantry
"" a 11)37. i I' .,, I
for
ACT I us Hitcnt ,1\'\ Board Ington, 403 Consolidated Building, remembrance.At Those Invited from Canal Point
the MriU'HV nnd In pursuance | By Sopbronla Pease, Regiment of the 8Bth "Blue
of Chapter 50II5S, Laws of Flur-, Deputy Clerk Jacksonville, and all articles other their next meeting the Chapter were Mrs. Anderson Chastain, Mrs. ,
lain Acts of IOU, known aa the EVEH- ;i-, Devil" Division now serving with
LADES DUAINAdB DISTUICT ACT ,:: IN TIIH"cnrrriT COL'RT OF THE than cash will be warmly welcomed will have their Christmas tree T. W. Griffith Mrs. L. W. Sims, Lieutenant General Mark W. Clark'l"

the following di>acrlbt>d land, Nltuiiteil NIN'III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF" at any one of the Society' five and a special program celebrating Mrs. Frances Cross and Mrs. Will
In Everglades Drainage District. In I I FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKEE-: !: I Ihoku. Fifth Army In Italy.
Okeeohoboe Count. Florida will h.1 I IJIUBKU (CNTY. Children's Homes located In Jack- the holiday season. l son Mrs. John Pickett was from Pa-
offered for sale .
at
public outcry i -v- -
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IN ClIANCERV.TOM sonville, South Jacksonville, Miami, -----v-- .
the highest and best cash bid subjectto +

Internal the right Improvement of the Fund Trustees and of of the the I'I i DIXON Plaintiff, )) Lakeland and Pensacola. After reading the doctrine of Gay flowers decked the party 1 J A wise man will\ always be a

Board of (Commissioner of Everglades LILLIANVDIXON.\ )) "Dadily" Fagg I ta eager and anxious |! Plato, Socrates, or Aristotle, we feel room and the hostess served delight-] i| Christian( because the perfection of

Drainage all bids, at District the Courthouse to reject, beginning any and I Defendant. ) to secure enough money to provide that the specific difference between 1 ful refreshment appropriate to the wisdom is to know where lies tranquility -

at 10:00: o'clock AM. on the 1Mb day Cane 10.IIi) of mind, and how to attainIt
difference
is
the word and Christ's the holiday season
ORDER OF I'IBLICATION not only toys dolls and goodies nr
of December 1944. As to all parcelsof I I I
land of ten acre or more title to It appearing by affidavit to the I for every homeless child, but between an Inquiry and a V- which Christianity t..chee-
one-half of petroleum and three.fourths I BID uf 'oitidulnl, In a suit for divorce
of other minerals 111 be reserved by filed In a cause pending lathe wants to give these children In all revelation Joseph Parker. Write him today and use V-Mail. Lamlor. '

Trustees of the Internal Improvement Circuit! COl.tl.lI.aodrurk.! h,,: :!i I I i .. --
nee wnerem Tom - --- -
Fund Easements for road right of' couuty nor HI a -- --- --- -- -
way iflO! feet wide will be reserved by Dixon 1* plaintiff and Lillian DliouI
said Trustees from any parcel throughwhlib ,I defendant that diligent scarab and
there la an existing state roidt II Imiulry han been wade to discover
and casement for drainage and recla.' the residence of said defendant, and
mutton and for road purpose will b*. the same I* set forth a* Is kilo" n. I
reserved and fifty percent (50%) of tbat defendant U a resident of the 1
all oil gas and mineral rights will I Mate of .Florida but *be conceal';'
be reserved hv the Board of Commissioners herself so that process cannot be per
of Everglades Drainage Dietrlct. I .oually served upon her and that I> :
there I* no person In the Slate of I
Lots 2 and 3, Hlk. 171, City of I lorlda the service of a subpoena upon !
1M
Okeechobee. whom will bind the defendant "
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL that she I II above the age of twentyone fOR
IMPROVEMENT Fl'ND OF TUB years ; tbat her last known ad- SEAT
"STATE OF FLORIDA dream I I. General Delivery, Jackson A
r.OUil OF (COMMISSIONER OF villa Florida ; It 1* therefore ordered SAVE

EVEKUI.ADKS DRAINAGE tbat the Bald d.t.odaoLIlIIIIII DIx I Ion ...
DISTRICTBy be and she I* hereby required to HI.."
HOT It. Rniilersun. Agent for Trus.teen appear to the Bill of Complaint: filed
of the Internal ImprovementFund In sold cause on or before the lat duly
and, for Board of Conimmlisloners of January, A. D. lt>43, otherwise the : tk' 4edat
of Everglades Drainage allcguttona ot said Bill of Complaint:
District, Okevi'hobee County, Flor will be taken aa confessed by mull' elendatlt. I Jw w
ida. tJuwe1 ;
I
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It Is further ordered that 1615 order
NOTICE OF U'PI.\TIOX FOR be published once a week fur lour I I i i 4f avO \
TDEED: consecutive weeks lu The Okeeihobee. I :
l.aw of IBM: New, a newspaper published lu said
Notice IK hereby given that it. E. County and State. I j
Ilamrlck and Annla B. namrlck, his Dated this :Oath day of .November, t '\
wife, holders of Tax Certificates No. inn. s .
lid 1ST 1lm.: : 1(10 163. KM IBS: ROY K. HALLKKSO \
lit 171, 171: 17J 173 170 177 ISO, Clerk Circuit Court.
1'1. 14. '.'(W. ZH. 27.: 2"). 2X.1. 1'.2I1a. By Bophronla 1'eaae, D. C
:aiN.'im, :ao'.'. :mc''s' :t sin a.1): :I.'l. :I i24 .12,1.3P7: : IBm I :sno, I.i I Mary Sandcrfur Schulman f
:il.ll.: :Xia.: :m.: l mied the :ird day of < Attorney for Plaintiff >
September. A, II III.'' : 11111'1': 77.: ---- -.
iHsueil, the Sth day of August A. D.1'Ull VOTICK Arri.irATioN FOR !
: : 17J: In ivj: Inolimhe, Isxueil! the THtKl)
A flth day of ,I II 11\'. A, D. lit).'. and 1MI7, Laws lit 1915:
tunned the 7th day of August, A. D. Notice Is hereby given that E. U, ,
IH.I'I: : hns' filed snine In my office Wright, holder of Tax Certificate :
: hits uiiiile application for i No. ['3M.. Issued the 2nd day of I I
Tax Dved ti> be Issued thereon. Sold August. A. D. 1028: baa filed tame In I I
('en ilicute (>uibrin>es thin following de- lily otriie: him made application for
.cpr"permy III the County of u 'I'nt Heed In he Issued thereon Paid
Oki'iH'hobeo. StHie of Florida to.wit: Cerlltlcnte embraces the following described
SE 4 of SE'i of Sii4.: ; SW'i of properly In the Count of I
511' % of SKi.', and SEVJ "' ">'".:", Okecchohee State of Florida. tn-wtti .
of $\\'*, : SWV4 of SK'4: of f Wt ; Lots 1 to 12 Inc.. leis lots 2 andS
"\\\1:\ of "S\M/4 of HWH: N>i of Blk T, Wright' Pint Addition. e ,
S\Vm,4 of S\\''.. and WV of 1\\\' 4of '4 e a v r
Sall; being In Section 1.. 1 he assessment of said property! ,
"' ""'IIhll'| :1)7 s, Kange 33 E. miller! aiild i h Certificate 'leased was In
ALSO SKV4 of NEH of NE4; the, name of E. R. Wright &
SEi,4 of HE'. of \E'a' : KW of I'nlena nid Certificate mull he re, \ j if # 7 \' I'I
s
.
1\Jo4: of SEV and \Wia of Ht141 I dor-mod! aceordlng to law, property rte.scribed _
:M.: of 810 1/4 amidIV'' of therein shall be sold to the ,
SE'of SEi/4 ; NV4 of 8\Vti highest bidder, at the Courthouse door (4'
of SBVti: Ii 'Ai of SW ii of "n the fit| Monday In the month of .i i'y .
Y
t.EVi: ; I>E'. of SKV of IEI4 : January, 1114. which I* the lit day
\' \\''", of \C':'', of .NU'i and ;S'a; of January 1045. ,
of NW14 of NWV4 ; S\\'V of .NWV*' Dated lull lit day of December,
of NWU and \\'>i of 8\V'4 of 11)44.)
N\V y4E'4: of S\\'}. of btt'}4 ; nor n. UAI-LEUSON.
S'. of S\\'I\. of SW't.W: { of Clerk Circuit Court of i iI' ,
SEV4: of S\\Vi.: S'i of SEVt of Okcechobct County, Florida I
$W'SW't.; of N\V"i of b\VV' '" I
all being In Section 2. Township NOTH TO CRFIITOItC--
:117 S. Unuge !13 E, ALSO All I IX THE C'orilT OK TilEL'STY'' .,
lllocks 1 to i s Inclusive hbuiluw- 'I, JI'J>Gf:. OKEWIIOREE: : COUNTY,
lawn SulidvlHlou of Sty' of NWVi FLORIDA IN 1'UOBATE a r
of K\V'i! of Mictlou 3. Township In re: Estate: of )
:H7 S, Uiinge 1)3 E, ALSO sEVi of \\llllum I. I.uclus.( ) 1 4)) I
'NE of .''I \\'!% sw'/4 lit -''I Eiof Deceased) '
;\\\'1E'; ... ot SUV4 of N\V4' N',4 To AH Creditor and Per.oni Having "
of SE% of 8W}., ull beingIu Suction Claims or Demand Agnln't Said I
1U. Tn imhli 37 S. linage 3.:\ Estate: ,
E. ALSO EMi of NE\4\ i iNV SEya ot You and earn of you are hereby I
>4 Of .''ItI,. ; t.Il4( tot I\\I.\ notified and required to present any If plan a trip before Christmas early : 1
SF4a'i: of NE'/4 of N\VA. clnlins and demands which you or you go .
and bEV4' : ut'y' of )10\\ IJ, i either of yon. may have against the ,
8\\y4 of !N\V4 of N\\'j, : E'fli: estae of Wlllium M. Lucius deceased
of MVyt of SW/4 SV4 of tJ'4 ., Inta of said, County, to the
of 8W4 : NEV of SWW of SWVi County Judge of Okeerhobee County,

Sit of SW'A of 8W1, all being 1. K, Florida of at his office In the courthouse It will warm your heart to know that a serviceman baggage, and to be at the terminal well before
In Section 11. luwnahlp said County at Okeecbobee.riorldn ,
Ilange US E, ALSO Ni of NEVi within eight calendar months ,
of .NEV4' of $I?,,, ?> tit 8tl. of from the time of he first publication or woman will be able to take that precious departure time. '' '
tIlit 8fI. ; W'4 ut NE14 ot of this notice. Each claim or demand
N\\ }4 : \1'}, ofIV}6 : liE', ofSFS shall bo In writing, and shall state .
of N\t4. ; NE's ot 'E64 ofS'ya the place of residence nnd post office trip home-may be a last furlough before
: SF'/a lit !IotJI4 ot $\1'4! I address of he claimant and shall lie
NEma ot SE1t or tlW\4 ; .NE14 ofS11'1 worn to hv the claimant agent or Florida Motor Lines is doing its utmost to i

of SNVi/i NW'i of S\\W ot., ntorncy, and any inch claim or demand sailing-because you planned your year-end
wu aTsu or *:\\ A of SYe ; not *o filed shall be void| ,
KV, of NW1 of SWW.. all being m CI.AUENCB) E. LUCIUSAa keep wartime travel moving smoothly but '
'In Section 1J.: Township a7 IS, executor of the Last Will and travel in advance.
lUnge 33; E ALSO \' ',i of.St. NEm4 : t Teitamen of
t.'* of NEW ; N\\4 : William M Lucius, deceased regardless of year-end travel conditions we :
and"\VV4 of SEV First publication,
1044
Ht\M ot 1\\\ ''' .. November 3.

of Ton N\\W.''UKblp{ 87 mall 8 being, lIulIl/In 33 Section; !IJ. 14, .You can help give the armed forces first call pledge our full effort to getting our men and i{

'J"I) m-csHiuent of said property

the under names auld. of LVrtlflcatu J. 8. Coibran.issued were B. C.l Ie on seats when they need them-and be more women of the service to and from their holiday f

Koefe, E. J. 8ihr mp, Max Safer, ELECTRICAL WORK t

(Jacob'. Mooruhead.Ilothwull Maude S. O.II. Ortn"Kite,"*Ida'. K.Aliniuu. A.. comfortable yourself-by traveling EARLYIN destinations. Your continued goodna't

t'l1I1I. C. hharnian. Robert 'I

rretcburd, Mtt*.ap Corp., Okeechobee P. EVANS THE MONTH and MIDWEEK tured will buses
fouipnuy. Kambo *: J"0"B- C. / by choosing cooperation help serve more
Roy C.
Halley, Huel O. BlackweU
Brvant, I*. K. Pierce Nathan J.'-Gu.fUDkel. I days. It is wise also to take leas better 1 I
Glmdor Butcher K. R. .:CaIto:. I? people
Valentine Khit' HOUSE WIRING
roy: I'anay I. Norton! :
port: Fred I. Scbsrcrj: Stanley Colter; I
K. B. Fordbtmi: J. N. Grlffltb aid C. I .

II.I'nlcis MorrUoo said Trustee.Certltlcata shall b. reiliiiiiKMi I' ; S

avivrilliic to !law, property ..... ,
.... eij ibcrelii shall bu old to thehighest
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in" I the first Monrtny In the month of of Etta
January, 1045. wblib. la the lit J 7 ,1iI' _
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Dated this bt day af Deceiubfc1W : Nb
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HOY U. HAfLERSOXClerk ,666 I
'Circuit Court ofOkiT ( ./.
<>halee County Florida ,
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