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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 15, 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 26 Okeechobee Florida Friday December 15 1944 Price Five Cents
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News of Our BoysIn 7.. I{mal. WILLIAMS) OF: \SOMC REELECTED LODGE I j! Sale of Christmas Seals in Coun Y- LVDIES KY 1 MRS AID MEETING DKAUGIION LED AT I rWomen'Society---

IN: OKEEC'IIOHEE TUESDAY

Various Camps The !Masons held their annual I Making Splendid Headway; List of IIO.ME OF MRS C, WRIGHT ,I In Last MeetingOf


election of officers at the MasonicI.ultre I The Ladles Aid met at the home'I
At Abroad Those Citizens Who Have Helped the Old YearThe
HorneJ* Tuesday night. Z. K. Williams ,I I! of Mrs Curtis Wright Thursday,
elected :Master I
was re of the
I !uc. 7, to sew for tho Greek relief.
Neal Hough, Jr., left Tuesday 1'Lodge; J. W.: Swain of Ft. Drum I I The sale of Christmas seals has I The devotional and business meeting .
morning" for the Novel Training Senior Warden ; E. J. Wilson Junior WILL THOMAS LEFT FOR AVomen'e Society of Christian
taken RoeRoettger
a splendid spurt and Mrs.
i"limp at Norfolk Va, after spending Warden! II. H. Hancock was reelected THE UEEMS HOSPITAL AT was under the leadership of the Service of the Methodist Church
chairman, announces thata I
four' day in Okecihoboo with |, Treasurer and J. M Roe reelected I SERR1NG: LAST WEDNESDAY I piexldunt, :Mrs John Draughon, who held their last meeting of the yearat
total of $113 has been raised so i
hn puients, :Mr and Mrs. Neal Secretary W. J. Hendry I far by the sale of the seals and of ;! itud the scriptuie from Matt. 7, She the church annex Tuesday after.
Hough, Sr.Macclm will nerve as Trustee for three Will Thomas of I noon. The devotion was led by Mrs.
yearsother Bnisinger! member the bungles which the Girl Scouts was followed In prayer by Mrs. H.
offices are appointive. of the Okeechobee I D. J. Hunt who used the Christmas
County hmo been selling down town. The I'. Garner A covered dish luncheonwas .
: Simmons left Tuesday The :Masons hope to have their School Board, left Wednesday for story from Luke as her theme.
Girl Scouts have turned In $23.37.
served
ii'Kht. to return to the Naval Air installation of officers this year In Sedring where he will be confined The following citizen of Okeccho- I at noon. The program a seasonal one, was

Mutlon at Jacksonville after spending u joint ceremony with the Eastern I to the \Veemi Hospital for several for county have contributed In varying I Those present were Mri. Vittor arranged by Mrs. C. F. Jenkins and

Monday and Tuesday here vis ;i-'tar. a beautiful ritual which will lays I lie suffered broken arm amounts to this tubereulosiacontrol Uomvr! Mrs II. P. Garner, Mrs Will Included many Interesting features

ting Ms mother, Mrs Bryant Bow. In open to the public. If it is .0''': when hit home throwed him about this Walker, Mrs John Draughon, Mrs The missionary topic for discussion
program :
year
ien. .ranged the lute will be unnoun- even weeks ago and while it hasimproved Mr. Bessie Alderman Charles D. I Robert La :Martin, and Mrs. Curtis was "Christmas In our homes and

,! later.Fire '' It W !'illht.I settlements." Mrs Rao
e. was necessary for him Bocttger
Harden, Rev. D. 0. Alderman, Geo.J. .
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('pl, Gerald Loathermaii who was -- VI -- -- 1 --- jV und Mrs. E. H.
ti p o back and have It reset I Hunt sang "There's
Harden, Hill Burnhart, W. J. Hen-
ialle4 home from Spokane, Wash lie be there about Song In the Air" Alberte
I Destroyed expects to a ,dry, Mrs. :Mary\ BUSH, :Mr.: IliHsamcr! : fine Arts Club n Mary
'Jton on account of the death ofI i i wick. before returning to his home I.outhan gave a reading, "The
Mis. Albert Burka, Rev. W. R. How"II -
I 'u father early last week, ha been I .,1 husslnger. (hriatmui BIIJ.Vh.h: follow
i W. D. Boehmer, :Mr. and Mrs. E. was
i iI
K-I anted an additional five days I Filling Station V H. Hunt Mr. and Mr,. A. .1.' Bovttk'cr Met at Home of eat liy a group of piano selections
two before returning to camp. Mr.
H. II. Raulerson, S. R. Ralfsnlder, : Mr. and Mrs Omar Hunt Leo 10) Tom' Casey, who played a

Saturday Night \ W Davis and Miss Shirley Davit Bonner Mr. and Mrs. II. W. llutto, i r MK.D.R. PMeilTh number of the lamer known Christ1111' *
1.. L Conrad, Jr., arrived home I
.,I't, nileil the annual meeting of theCulfetrcam : songs und carols, and :Melodic,
II" first of the week from the Navy -- I(I (; Council of the Boy In-c I In Helmund, The Christmas theme

mi, ] It upending twelve days here. :'I Fire depraved the Ml Night Filling "lit held! at the Everglade: Club I lloromei Fish Co., Ed Knight, Rod curly' I Dminbei' iiui'tlng of I I oas earned out by the use of poinvitas -

.1' was accompanied home by one of' Station and Rtuuralll Saturday 1'.1"" Bmih Tuesday night. ('handler, Robert La Martin J. T.VKer the Tine Art (lull was marked by end Brazilian pepper bran
1 -, shipmates who is spending a an e-peciull I (her for decoration.
night! about twelve oVlotk when the -VRotaryClabHas (: Mr. Eunice Lamb T. \\ interesting musical
with him
.Hough hero gas stove in the kitchen caught! fire ("onelv, Jr., Mrs. Melba Louthan, A. program arranged by :Mrs Tom Cas During the business hour the

M Barnett received a The station was owned and opei- tv. Davis, Kathleen McCarthy, S. J. ey. The meeting was held at the membership of the circles for the

.Mri. Hope from her husband, nf d 1 Icy Gilbert Cui broth. li:i,L IMS, J. H. McCranie, Joseph Dagml home of Mrs D. R. McNeil with coming year was announced, the
tier Sunday Three MembersAccepted i no, Mrs D. R. McNeil, Dr. Irvin Mri. John McNeil and Mils Jo Par- I Belle\ Bennett circle Including Mrs.
i Hope M. Barnett, in which bees In a statement after the fire, :Mr. I Huh hostesses
he has arrived safely in Italy.i Culbreth stated that with the loss I M.-I ,. Dutfy, W. Allen Markham, I with lavish Christmas deco II. Parkerson. Mrs Roy Raulerson,
hit Utter he saya h* don't like I o" the building\ equipment, stock Tues.T'u rations and ,
L ..it country very much and the storage room the Ions would Sir and Mrs. T. J. Durrance Roscoe tla. quantities of polnset- Mrs, P. P Evans, Mrs. R. E. Link,

amount to about $10,000.00 and that 1hu!'kham. J. R. Edwards, T. II. Nix, Mrs. J. R Minehan, Mrs. II. A.

:Mrs Elledgu, Mrs Rate Page C. A. Mrs. Casey traced In her talk the Proctor, Mr. W. L. Burgess, Mrs
Mr. and Mri. J. H. Walker Jr., are he hud no Insitiance on the prop (Okeirholici* Rotary Club wel- I national
sources of Christmas
in receipt of a letter from tholr son eity. He also stated that the station eonied, to iN membership/ three new "uli'ord, Edna and Pearl Pearce, I music' and customs, our each Roy Draufthon amU Mrs A, F,

-Kt: John Walker, in which he says would not be rebuilt .it the o i I i.u'i 'Iv-i'*. nt the Tu.Ioy. : luncheon Leo Creenberger, J. 0. Pearce, Jr., carol marked with the characteristic song or Amorine.

i I. it now stationed at Courtland, prevent time. '1 Leo Givenherirer. M ('. Pats and 1 1"th'ln Mr. nnd :Sirs Gibb Ciroti, Mrs. Le- Crozlcr circle Includes Mies Jo
of the people with whom it or-
.J.bama. lie says he expects to be When the fire first caught in the Zelmenoxitr.! Twenty-one of nova Pearce Mrs J. T. Hancock iginated. Going back to the 12th Parrlsh Mrs W. A. Lawson, Mrs.

Lome Christmas Eve to spend a stove those who were there tried to I the twcntv-txvo iiiemb'-rK were present. 1I1.hronla Pease century, Mrs. Cajcy an old D. J. Hunt, Mrs. F. W. Zander, :Mrs.
sang
M. C. Pitts, S. R. Raifsnidcr! ; H. F. W. Humphries, Hiss Ruth
I ,,,,,teen day furlough put it out and also called the fire I sons of Hebrew inception, Vcnliiiiii Hum.
department, but by the time the I \. W. )Davis wai in charge of the II. Haulernon, Osle Raulerson, Roy
( onni Raulerson was honored fire, truck reached the scene the program and Introduced Bill Hun- Raulerson, L. W. Rlgsbue Scharfliwerdt longing for the promised Messiah., S'ello, Mrs. Wade Snell, Mrs.. C. F.

cast week by being, one of nineteen whole Inside was ablaze and all ef- dry. Jr. nnd Snook Watford Boy' ,,' Bros., Francos Sheffield, 1.'rol1the Italian people came ourft Jenkins and Mrs. Michael Jones
Scouts, In of knot V. T. Smith N, O. Stewart, B. C.
to fly a demonstration
NWDJ.a4rola aujfpartjielycte Pot trying' member of Martha circlearecMrs'H
SWerjhen,4urnedto! veit-iice: for the Mother Mary,
BlTi In the "Ait Show at "VestioTnt. save the -Okccihobee; Inr1 bt ''beside 1 tyTnjjf'R-h3'oher'Scout .stif'its, ;svilV V 'e 1 11"t'J'rv1n tW, nttr'W/-3 Walker,1'Ir. ; leTr tongsr being 'an accent. on' the : H. Raulofson;'Mr ,' W--; ". '. ,

given for General Arnold. of it and also the place across were heartily applauded.The two : and :Mrs.G.'p. Wallace, Mrs. Mother and Babe, and Mra. Roe tang B. Jennings, :Mrs. S. C. Paige: :Mrs.

A. soon a. wore detailed luforma- the street owned by Ed Knight. young men acquitted theriselves Horace Watford.. Jcsu Bambino with tenderness and D. W. Casacl Mrs. Bryant Bowden,
arrives with the aplomb of veteran entertainers Clayton White, C. M. Williams,
event
i on concerning the Both buildings blazod several times simplicity to llustrate this typically :Mrs. Alto Wai ford, Mrs. Paul Bur-

v.t the young mans letters, it will during the time the building was thereby giving an umonscl- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamson, E. Latin reaction to the birthday of d ..h.wIr: E. J. Dudley, Mrs 4
demonstration of of the J. Fred Wilson, J. 0. Wolff,
Wilson
l I.. lelayed MB The New burning but due to the fine assist ous line the Child. Harry Ellcilge, Mrs. Nathan Zel-

V ance rendered in helping the fire Scout principles--self-possession and lelcn Wongrey Curtis Wright Many of our loved Christmas caroU menovitz, and Mrs. J. A, McNIel.

John Thomas truck by those who were present, Independence under nil circunntancei. Frank Zander Nathan Zelmenovitz. and customs came from Germany -I In each circle, the first member fi
I rsa The V. D. Clinic donated $11.07
!both buildings wire saved with only and other north European mentioned Is the chairman.At .
Three guests! were present: B. and the school children have bought
damage being done the close of the
minor decked business
countries, where the gaily session
IVas Laid To Rest Elliott, of tho Pahokee Rotary, J. i $4.21 worth of the bangles. The
Mrs.
The All Night tilling Station and tree was an atavistic memory of Wado Snell and Mrs. P,
D. Johnson district manager for total raised Is already above the usual
-taurant was erected in 1924 by Druid worship of trees In the for. P. Evans were hostesses for the social -
Western Union, and Allen Markham, amount rcaizcd here and the
Tuesday Afternoonfuneral ti :late M. G Cui broth, who oper- est. Mrs Rae Bocttger and Mrt. hour which ended the year's
chairman of the bond drive commit
committee is grateful for the public
/led it for a number of yearn before E. II. Hunt sang 0 Tannenbaum, the work on a pleasant and harmoniousnote.
tee. Mr. Markham spoke of the
11. d.uth. Since his death it has response ancient German song we ting as 0 .
of bond sales in the county
services were conducted been operated by his son Gilbert progress V-- Christmas Tree. --V.

I'uisday afternoon for Mrs John "iilLreth. !It had become throughthe and invited all present to attend I COLLECTOR FAHS GIVES IN: From England comet a hearty JOHN: FREDERICK LEATHERMVN
the box at the theatre this'
'j homes of Bassiiigcr who died .t'' yearn one of the landmarks of supper STKl'STIONS: TO FARMERS iarol Christmas spirit, typified by

the Weems hospital early Monday I I Okeechobee. week. CONCERNING: : : INCOME TAX the carol God Rest You Merry, Gen John Frederick Leatherman, bornIn
The Rotarians will !give Christ
scorning following a heart ailment. I :Mr. Culbreth stated that while the tlam n. :Mrs. Casey explained that Hardy County, West Virginia,
bankets again this year to
Mi,. was earned I to Siibring lastw station would not be rebuilt for the man carols are folksongs, coming from April 15, 1870 died Dec. 3, 1944, was

<.k where her condition continued present, he would remodel the hotel those who otherwise have little or A Jacksonville Fla., Dec. 8.-U. S. the heart of the people, not the more burled In Okeechobee Cemetery Sun

to grow worse until the died. building beside of where the station no reason for merrymaking. Collector of Internal Revenue JohnL formal hymns of the church, and day afternoon, Dec 10, 1944.

.Mrs. Annie Underhill Thomas was burned and would open a filing station committee was appointed by Prosdent Fahs announced today that Form the musical illustration were Intcuperscd Mr.: Leatherman was and has beena

born in Polk County February II, In the front part with the restaurant Raulerson for this purpose 1940ES ( Declaration of Estimated by her comments on the loyal and devoted Christian since

1 10th; She moved with the family on the west side of the the members being R. A. Burgess, Income Tax) and 1040 (Final Return historical significance of this native the age of sixteen when he united!
S. R. Raifsnidcr, Rev Howcll, Chief
tram there to Bassinger when ahe building! while the Okeechobee for 1944) were being mailed to all music with the Church. He was a member

HUD only a small girl and had lived Package Store would be placed in a I'aikeison, Prof. Williams and W. farmers in Florida who had filed American songs which may be'Lome of the United Brethren church

'in/ BassingiT ever since. She was room on the cast lido of the build D. Coker. estimates for last year, for use In carols through years of use and had been very active In school
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married to Mr. Thomas on December Ing. With this arrangement he largely increased, the commissioner preparing their 1914 Declaration of wVre sung by all present with Mri. work prior to coming to Florida He

11, 1892. he would have the Estimated Income Tax and/or their On the commanded the and love of
said that again added, 1 623 now getting the top McCranie at the piano-Up respect

She It survived by her husband, filling station and restaurant openor amount.In final return Housetop, Jolly Old St. Nicholas, all who kney him

JO.IH) Thomas of Bassinger, four business by January First If not the aid to dependent children The 1941 law provides that farmers Jingle Bells, and White Christmas He 1s survived by his wife Nora '

suns, Will Floyd and Mathew Thom before. group, where payments are limited must file a declaration of estimated :Mrs Ca.e,'. detailed knowledgeof Ellen and one son, Gerald Freder

ai of Bassinger, Morlse Thomas of V to $18 per n.onth for the first child income with the office of music and her choice of subjects ick, who has been in the Army Air

Okeechobee, and one daughter, Mrs. I STATE WELFARE BOARD under 14 years of age, or under 18 the Collector on or before January appropriate to the season, made a Corps for the past twenty-six

i. A. Smith of Eussinger, twenty. HAS INCREASED: GRANTS if attending school and $12 per 15, 1945, for Income received during program of most enjoyable infor-i I months and Is now stationed at a

two giandchidren and ton greatM BECAUSE OF MORE FUNDS I month for other children In the 1941. However, Mr. Fahs points mation. training school at Seattle, Wash.}

c mdchlldren, besides many other I home, maximum payment were cut that the law further provides Refreshments were aerved from I also three brothers, Nicholas of

matives and friends In the county. Jacksonville, Dec. 12 (Secial). ,j i trade to 3,419 of 4,207 families on that in the event the farmer Is pre u beautifully appointed table, where Mooefield, W. Va.. James A. of Key.

Funeral services were held at the Figures made public here today at: the November rolls The need of pared to file his final return for I Mri. H. II, Raulerson poured coffee ser, W. Va., George S. of Beryl, W.

Uusinger cemetery and the body th. office of the State Welfare> :j i other recipients did not warrantI 1944 between January 1 and Jan I and :Mrs R. E. Link the tea. Va., and one sister, :Mrs. Susan

v 1laid to rest there 'folowing the Board by Stats Welfare Commis.aioner I II I I their receiving the maximum uary 15, 1043, he may do to, remitting :Members present were; Mrs. Omar Tasker living at Rldgeville, W. Va.,

.. vices. Rev. Cox, pastor of the I Leland W. Hli.tt showed that: I j|I Total number of recipients In the the tax In full and thereby I Hunt, Mrs. Allen Markham, Mini i I'I and several nephews and nieces One '

( hurch of God of Okeechobee, of- thu number of recipients of old age' three categories during November forego the necessity of filing a Burt, Mist King Mrs Nathan Zelnienovltz nephew, Charles W. Parrlsh of El-

1'1' atod. The pull bearers were Ed assistance getting the maximum :|; were announced as: Olg ag d. declaration of estimated Income tax. Mrs T. W Conely, Mrs. kins, W. Va, attended the funeral

it.>r, Alva and Harvey Thomas, Em- pn>n.ent of $40 per month allowed i iI. were announced a>: Old age assist In the event he elects to file the Dopp, Mrs Bryant Bowden and I here.

n unuel and Nathan.el Hazelief, and I I.)' law ha: been largely; Increased,i i,: ance, 30.S42; aid to the blind 2,290; declaration on or before January 13 I Kathleen McCarthy Mri. C. F. Jenkins V

Harley Arnold, tfranddons of the 4.0 I to add.tlonal state funds. j,': aid to dependent children, 4,20 ho may, of course, await!' the filing was a guest Card of ThanksWe

deceased I I 'n Okoechobea County Hiatt an- iii..lllus (10,271 children). of his final return to a date on or V .J.-

---v--------- I no.'iicud, thirteen persona received'' V before March 15, 1943. However, Mri. Fred Proctor and little ton wish to express our heart

Mrs Viola Brantley returned to i this maximum during November. For I'I'i I The Junior choir of the Baptist the estimate must be In an amount Wesley of Greensboro, N. C., are felt thanks to the people of Okee

her home hire Saturday from Clew- 'I 'i> etato as a whole the number had church will present a Christina equal to 60 2/3 percent of the tax visiting relatives and will remain chobee for their many kindnesses ,

i'ton where she spent the past two increased to 6.C77 from 172 at the I Cantata on Christmas Eve, and afi ll.ibll.ty:: finally determined to be I until after Christmas Mr. Proctor to us during the short Illness and

months visiting her son and daugh- bigimting of tht In it fiscal year I I .wards Santa Claus has promised due and said Amount n.ust be paidin I will join them next week for the death of our husband and father

ttr-urlew, Mr. and Mrs. John Brant- Recipients of aid to the blind receiving to arrive to greet the children of full by January 15th to avoidpenalty. remainder of their stay In Okee- Mrs W. L. Walter

luy the maximum had also the Baptist church i; cholJee.I Mr. and Mrs R. W. FloydVE

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Published Okoechobee Every News Co.Friday, at : .-: :>.:..>-:..:.<..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:>.:-.:
bee Okeechobee County Mr. and Mrs. John Brantley of :I
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-BRYANT BOWDEN . Clewiston were week end guesti of '
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final
Entered ID sprnnd
1. 1014 at the I'ost Offlrp
bee Fla.. __under- _Art_ __of_M Mrs B. O. Bowden of Tallahassee
SUBSCRIPTION aDd Basil Bowden of Sebrlng arrived I II
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One Year in advance . o and I
I in Okeechobee Tuesday:
Month In advance I
Six
6 several days here with II
are spending
Months In advance
Three I

\.AdTertlnln t of Mich mnnth hills PartlM ore rav .. 61111 I Mr. and Mrs.. Bryant-Bowden. : UNTIL THE LAST KNOCKOUT -

pnhllglieri required to pay LI DRESSMAKING and altering of I

I -eert thing Kwxllnir I furnlnlwl line notice Ritea on-In for-1oca1,.,. <' ; I all Del.mi kinds.Belk Prices East Okeechobee.reasonable. Mrs.20-4 i I BLOW IS DELIVERED TO

Ifled advertising. 2 rents I
per Insertion All items I Hiss Ruth Blum, who I li employed
te'lI'Iops enndnpti.il for 0 : : THE AXIS POWERS IT IS OUR
charui-oble at advertising_ in war work at Nassau, arrived In
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DR. DEAN WILL BE IN ing two weeks here with her par i
JOB AT HOME TO CONTINUE
OF (
CHOBEE WEEK
ents, Mr. and Mrs Barney: Blum.

Dr. G. F. Dean of FOR SALE: --IT-acres hammock BACKING
OUR ARMED
States Bureau of Animal land two-thirds cleared, oa *JdDiiie ,
with headquarters at fronting Caisel Grove, IIn.SolOll ,
Beach will be In rMfM .er.rlWM M.e.
the week of December I .., .! the pe C... ikls year-1. west la D. PlattMrs. i FORCES BY BUYINGI
1911."
purpose of making tests Hope H. Banett and little
disease and tuberculosis -- daughter returned to Okeechobee I

cattle of this section. I i "UNCLE SAM. MARINER* Tuesday after spending several daysIn
quarters will be at the LATEST MARCH OF TIME West Palm Beach. MORE
Hotel. HERE SUNDAY AND MONDAY I I' War Bonds
Dr Dean urges all At Mrs. J. W. Yeomani arrived in ,
ing family cattle or dairy Okeechobee this week from Sh.p.pard -
"Will the plane eliminate the luxury
contact him at the hotel, Texas, and Is
Field spending
liner?" This and other Important
vices will be free to the several weeks here with her parents
questions on the shipping problem
V Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr. '
discussed the latest
are in
Card of t March of Time, "Uncle Sam, Marl Mrs. Yeemans was with her husband I'I ,
?", Sgt. J. W. Yeomans He has Okeechobee
annual tier coming Sunday and Mond.vto ; County
We wish to express : the Gilbert Theatre here. recently been transferred to Boca

thanks and greatest : of, Miss with The film reveals a critical situation Raton where he la stationed.
the many many: comforts which threatens to the "" |
The repeat
tions and help extended The annual Sunday School Train.
tragic experience of our merchant
the sickness, death and and ing banquet of the Indian River Association Bank
shipping after the last war. The :
our dear husband, father, bird it men of our Merchant Marine, whoa of the Baptist Church was '
loved by Mrs. rate of casualties in the first two held at the Woman's Club buildingat
one.Mrs. ."
Nora E. Phone 15 I
Vero Beach Monday night. Rev.D.
years of this war exceeded those of .
Gerald F. by O. and Mrs Alderman, Mr. and I
either the Army: or the Navy, face
Chas. W. Parrish The widespread unemployment unless Mrs. Osie Raulerson, Mr. and Mrs. Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit
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-V something is done quickly. W. D. Coker and Marjorie Coker, I Insurance Corporation
and I
Mrs. Lulu Culbreth Mrs, Carl Durrance and Mrs. J. E.
Our merchant ships, says the film,

daughter, Miss Virginia! a lovely: recalling the aftermath of the las I Cone attended from Okeechobee, and OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:

Land were visitors gifts I I war, must not be allowed to lie Idle ; report a very delightful occasion. C. H. McNULTY, President N. HAT CAMOLL, Vlet-FiMiiMt

day In Okeechobee In peacetime harbors to rot and rust I I M. T. WHIDDEN. CashierE t't'I
Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth.Gilbert while our shipping trade slips gradually I CARDBOARD for sale at The I
H. Me- Okcechobee News office. M. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Mica Barttaat :

religi time. I I In the away.light of past experience, ,l
the says the film this problem which Write him today: and use V-Mail. -- j

fun confronts America as the war drawl I ---_ _____ __ __._ __ I
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I opening I II I
and Experts like Rear Admiral Emory S, \

SUNDAY & SLNG"I S'iG"S of I Land, shipbuilder 'Henry. Kaiser, ,nd ..,. -.- ""- j .
I National Maritime' Union head Joseph I
I E. (
C'urran who appear In the
happy
GINGER I :
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RAY the FII film discuss such phases of the I
I the prohlen as: "Should we allow the
in I ,, and Axis to keep their ships?"
"LADY IN I : Tom Dramatic scenes showing dangers Announcing the Openingof
Uena which the men of the Merchant Marine

: Roe, must be prepared to meet -
THE I'ar- such as swimming thorugh seas of Our New
blazing oil--plus a revealing commentary
AUo: NEWS and M-ell'l make this an interesting

March of Time.'Tncle Sara March of Time.LESSONSERMON. .
host V I FEED AND SUPPLY STORE

WEDNESDAY I : SUBJECTAT i iI
CHURCHES: OF CHRIST, I

"I I ACCUSEMY SUXIMY, DECEMBER: 17 i

"Is the Universe, Including Man,
Evolved by Atomic Force"? I. the MondayDecember ,

with subject of the Lesson-Sermon which
will be read in Churches of Christ,
MARY BETH
: Scientist throughout the world on
CARTOON Sunday, December 17.
I I The Golden Text Is: "In the be- 18
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FRIDAY & SA ? was I ginning was the Word, and the
*' Word was with God, and the Word
of the I was God. All things were made
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"CHIP OFF met by him; and without him was not .
I ). If any thing made that was madu"

OLD II adage (John It 1, 3). I In Northern Hotel BuildingWHE
) one Among the citations which comprise -
with' heavier the Lesson-Sermon is the<
DONALD following from the Bible I 1 !7
WE WILL BE TEMPORARILY
and PEGGY ex- "Let them praise the nanio of the LOCATED
all Lord: for he commanded, and they
TEX from were created" Psalm 144: II)I.
In"GANGSTERS handy The Lesson-Sermon also include
lunch- the following passage from thi
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"Sci -
Christian Science textbook
I ence and Health with Key Ho the We Wiii Have On Handa
nothing.! Scriptures" by Mary Baler Eddy:
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and "The universe of Spirit reflects tin Complete Line of
Also: NEWS was creative. power of tho divine Prin-
., ciplo, or Life, which reproduces the
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multitudinous forma of Mind and PURINA FEEDSFOR
Far All ,Children I U years a governs the multiplication of the

compound Idea man. The tree and LIVESTOCK, POULTRY, ETC.
the bag, herb do not yield fruit because ol

a day I any propagating power of theii
PARTY I own, but because they reflect the
for Mind which Includes all" (IP- 607:
Santa Uus will be at
sand 16: 21).

SATURDAY Theatre on coffee cake I : I WILSON;

There will be a Free I -
Protect Your I
and a gift for you Robert Horn 'romTU.IICUL05IS '
tu .e M :::30 P. M.Re R. E. I !
FARMERS
Sure and- Mrs., I I, SUPPLY STORE .

COMING Allen
I PURINA FEED DEALERI
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-GOING; MY WAY" : :Mrs. I w1i'".
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"B\THIN: BEVL'TV Reg- I I
"DOUBLE I Martin I saiiav siiaaitlalI .
"AND THE ANGELS \ Harden,
Hancock, Mrs. tUY Ml USE I ; .
Mrs. D O. Alderman and Mrs. SamDavis I CftristM Silk
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I FRIDAY DECEMBER IS, 1J44 TilE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

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Legal Advertisements_ I Florida and tied flue-cured tobacco 'I use A wholesale ceiling of 8',4 Card of ThanksI
Weekly Digest
\ I In Virginia North Carolina and cents each was also established. I

NOTICE VNDFB FICTITIOUS NAME I NOTICE OF INTF: TItlX TO SELL' South Carolina. a a

TO WHOM IT MAY LAW CONCERN : NOTICE IS hEREBY LANK GIVEN that. Of RationingNews i 5 a e 0 Farmers and other purchasers of wish to express my thanks ant

Notice u hereby given that the Pursuant to Section 15 (I ii.) Chapter I : appreciation to those men who
undersigned. purauant to the "Flctl- 20(118( Lava of Florida. Acts of 1941. Ration-free saleS of a limited used trucks for use In thuir business
tloni NAme Statute," Ilouse. Hill No. and Section 07 Chapter 11717. Lawsof number of obsolete shoes and single I worked and fought so hard to lave
1173 Chapter 2oo:\', Lawn of Florida, Florida, Acts of 1031.\ us amended From OPARation were urged by District OPA Director my building during the fire that
Arti of 1IH1. will register with the by Section 11, Chapter 200M. Lawn of shoes without mates have been authorized Butler today to check ceiling
Clerk of the Clrcnlt Court. In and for Florldn, Arts of 1041. and also pur. I destroyed the All Night Filling
Okeechobee County, Florida, upon reeelpt silent tn Section 42 Ch by the Office of Price AdmInIstratIon prices carefully before buying. Ifnecessary
r'rOHm: I Station and Restaurant last Saturday
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of proof of the publication of Laws of Florida. Acts aa Calendar for week of December In reopening a relief he said, prospective I
thin notlre the fictitious name, to-wlt amended hv Section 10, Chapter 22070.\ purchasers night: Had It not been for the
I UAUKIIAM BROTHERS & COMPANY Laws of Florida., Acts nf 1043, and 11, 1944. fasure first offered shoe dealers should) take a complete description .
Coder which we an ensured In business Section 44, Chapter 20722 Laws of j kind of work and fire fighting thtyI
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In the City of Okeechobee, Florida Florida, Acts of 11)41 an amended bv Proceaied Foods in November last year. : of tho vehlclu to their local did home and filling statioaI
I my
Section 21. Chanter 22070 laws of Blue A-8 through B-2 (Book 4) 5 a 00 War Price and Rationing Boardto
That the "...1.. Interested In meld Florida, Acts of 1041 the following I I I would undoubtedly have been ieutroed -
'sslnesi enterprise, are ae follows : I described lands In Okeerhobee County, now valid at 10 points each, Good Professional criminals) making Inroads determine the exact ceiling price.
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Florida too.
W. A. Markham Sr. f fnwlttLot : ndefmltely. Into civilian gasoline supplies Tho buyer should first determine
.. I, IfarkhamK I ) to 4n. and 7 to 12 Inc., ED KNIGHT
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1.. MarkhsmTT. Lots Blk 34, !Bonth' Okeechobee Meats and Fats have ,used at least 180 distinct types whether he ia buying from a qualified .
A. Uarkham. Jr.Bated 18. 11. 12 and 13. Blk. 200. V
at Okeechobee, Okeechobee City of Okeerhobee Red A-8 through S-5 (Book 4) I of counterfeit "A" coupons Clement dealer In all cases the purchaser -

_County._-, Florida.--Novmuer- lOtb 1944. 'Lot. .Ctaubee 11. Blk. IM, CIty ef Okee- now valid at 10 points each for use C'. Moseley, chief pf OPA's currency ahould make sure thitt the I Gems for Your Scrapbook

IN TUB COT'NTt TDD01S COURT tots Okeechohee T and I, Blk. IM City ef with tokens. Good Indefinitely. protection branch In the Southeast certificate of tiansfer is made out II

'I OKBECHOBBH COUNTY FIORIDABntae let 10 Blk. 140 City ef Okoeche Sugar aid recently. and absolutely correct as to description .
ef WILLIAM If. LUCICS.Deceased .bee CHRISTIANITY
Sugar itampi No. SO, 81, 82, 83, a C 0 5 of the truck and price
Lots
11 sad
12, Blk W Ctly of
H. WilD will introduce lat pub-
The III.t..f Florida : Te all per. :Okeachohee 34 good Indefinitely for five pounds Dollar-and-cent ceiling prices, similar paid.
leas Interested (a tbs estate ef meld Let 4, Blk. 1M. City ef Ok.echohee I lic affairs the principles of priaaltlve -
decedent! each. to those now In effect on used --V
Ton are hereby notified! that I writ Chlntianity will change tae
Will be offered for ..Ie.t Shoes
public automobiles wil be established January j! NOTICEThis
ten Inarnment purporting to he the ,
outcry for the highest and best csaa fare of the world.-Benjamin Frank-
tout will sad teatiment ef maid decedent Md subject t* the rIght of the Board Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 15 on all tales of used Harley- -
1 has been admitted te probate of Commissioners of Everglsds Drain. I ; lin.
la utd Ceirt. age. li'strlct and/or Board of Oonnly valid Indefinitely, Davidson and Indian motorcycles, Is to notify all Business

Tea are hereby commanded within Oimmshlniiprii of Okeochobee. Co unt". Fuel Oil reveals God eyeD
Chauncey Butler, district OPA director houses and others that I will not ChrIstianIty aa
eli calendar raontha from the date Florida-10 r"No.t any and all bids, ot
.f the first publloltlot of this lotlc the. Courthouse, beginning at 10'00 Period 4 and 5 coupons from last said today. | be responsible for any obligations present Truth and Love, to be utilized -
t. appear In mild cenrt aol show o'cleck A. U. en the lOt) day ef December .
canae. If any you can why the acteo 144 Eas'meat for drainage year and Period 1 coupons for this 5 5 C i I that my wife, Lucille Walker may In healing the sick, in casting

i'' of aald conrt In admitting- said< in&:, reclamation and road purposes season now valid. make after this date out error, In raising the de ad.-Mary
11'11t.. prebate ahonld not stand an.revoked. Jrtll he. reserved and fifty percent Retail ceiling price of 10 cents .

(fie>'.) ef all oil, gas and mineral Gasolln each has been established b the | HENRY WALKER. Baker Eddy.
T. W. CONHLT. Jr.C.oety rights will also be reserved.' ,
,t Judge BOARD OF ('0 1 18SI0o.lIft".Il :. A-3 coupons valid through December Office of, Price Administration for Dated Okeechobee, Kla-, Dec. 13, 1944 Christianity Is the companion ef

I Okeechohee Coaij, FtlorldaCenaty ..-. .\, '. EVZflGL4Efl: : DRAlNAOII 21. Rationing rails now require V
I than million surplus! in all Ita conflicts the
( Judges Sell) "ortlTRIC'f more twenty liberty cradle
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!'io.1 that each car'owner'WTlte hIs ,
j I', yr: tl, United States Signal Corps BA-30, Be fair toall out, fighting m ca- if Its Infancy, and till divine
; i 140A P tJ ctit'NTY ('IIY. license number and state each
NOTICE : : on size 0 flanhlig-ht batteries to be use' V-MsIl ajd tatr.J& :.liar the of its claims. be Toque-
;OKEECIlOBEi: : : m" ()JaJe'no; < source -
COfSTTii, FjnRlDA, B/BSIrOl &
Jt JS'
FIOHiVDAT gasoline coupon in his possession as
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I November 17 144 r "- B, ROY R. sold by the Government for civilian advantages of ..Irm.il."Itb, other vine.iOi.
RAt'LIIRSO'oi.l'l.rk !
I NOTICE 1* hEREBY GIVIN that of soon II it it 4ssned him by his local 1 ,
nuiauaut to Section ( of Chapter VKB9. F the Circuit Conrt of .1.1seaTin
Laws of Florida Act of 1037 knowa I Iaa Okeechobee County. Florida, rationing! board.
i I as agent for oeld Board.
the MURPHY ACT, and I. pursn- I s C a 0 .
ante of Chapter 20* 58, Laws ef Flo'. Sophrnnl Pease

ida Acts of 19*. known as the EVER. I _ _ Deputy Clerk Assurance that ceiling prices for
GLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT, ,
the following described land. altuated "''IV THE CiRCUIT COURT OF Tin the 104d>> crop of flue-cured tobacco, .

k.. IIk In ec"obe"Everglades County Drainage Florida District.will .kb In '| NIKTH FLOlun.11;JUDICIAL AND CIRCUIT FOR OMB-OF used chiefly for making cigarettes, 15150..

offered for ale at public outcry for rC3vJBR.'; :: : COUNTY. will not' be l I... than last year has 0. 4 ,$ NS '
the highest. and best cash bid subjectto IN ChANCERY,
r'rQs.L DIXON. been given by the Office ._.
growers
the rltrht of the Trustees of the $ 0
Internal Improvement Fund lad of the Plaintiff, of Price Administration. / 0
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Board of Commissioners *f Everglades I.1LLIANTDIXON !
Drainage District to reject anv and Notice of the "minimum ceilings'' 5--- Ps
I all bids, at the Courthouse, beglanrpj.at Defendant. p A $
10:00: o'clock AM. on the 18th d,y- Case >o, $ 1S of 39 cents per pound for untied and .

of December 1944. Aa to all I'al'< )"*; ORDER OF PIBLICATION 43's cents pound for tied flue- ,
per
of land of ten acre or more, title -t. It appearing by affidavit to the cu I.jata .
one-half of petroleum and three.fourths I Hill of Complaint, lu a suIt for dlerce cured tobacco aold by growers on
of other minerals will\ be reserved bv' \ flied In a cause pending In N : ( LAs ais ,
Trustees of the Internal Improvement I the Circuit Court In and for ()kevcbo'he the loose leaf market was given In I'

Fund Easements for rood right 'of I County Florida wherein Tom advance of the planting season so S ubu 0
way 200 feet wide will\ be renerved bvl Dixon la plaintiff and Lillian Dime
said Trustees from any parcel through) !Is defendant ; that diligent search and that growers could plan their 1945 4POLK
wblib there Is an eilstlug state rod ;.jlnaulrr: have been made to discover OPA said. ,
and easement for drainage and rerll.'the residence of said defendant and production A
I raatlon and for road purposes will be i the same Is set forth as Is known ; Ihtf weighted average ceilings, it 0 4 -
reserved and fifty percent (not) of that defendant Is a resident of the $ ssse s4 e
all oil gas and mineral right will fetate of Florida bat she coaceals was pointed out, do not prevent the & -

be reserved by the Board of Commissioners herself so that process cannot be per grower of choice tobacco from re'ceiving b1 'I' C' :
of Everglades Drainage Dlstrlct < snnally served npon her, and that .
ii I there Is uo person In the state of premium prices well above ,. V JII'I
Lot 2 and S, Blk. 171 of !
City Florida the service of a subpoena up- k'
Okeechobee. Ion whom will bind the defendant ; the average as long as the buyer I ,

I TRIRTEBS: OF THE INTERNAL I that she Is above the age of twenty purchases enough lower grade during 51
IMPROVEMENT FI'ND OF THE!: .| ,one years ; that her last known address III N A H I S
RTA'IB! OF FLORIDA Is Oeneral Delivery Jackson the season to balance at the \.r

BOARD OF COMMISSIO.NKRS: OF I vllle, Florida ; It Is therefore o.d.roJtbet maximum figue.
I .. EVEUULADEN: DIIA1NAGE!: the said defendant, Lillian l>lx- \e'

DISTRICT I nn, be and< she la hereby required to Untied flue-cured tobacco is produced -
By Roy It. Kaiilerson Agent for Trns. ''appear to the Bill of Complaint filed 4
tees of the \ in and N S f7A
Internal' Improvement In said cause on or before the lat tiny principally Georgia
sinners Fund nail of for Board of Cnmmmls-j jot January, A. D. IMS, otherwise the 1 HDS TO
Everglades Drainage
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allegations of said Bill of Complaint
r District Ida, Okeechohe County, Flor. will be taken as confessed by mid defendant. NOTICE

S .. -_ Okenhobeo Conntv. Florida 6 r
It Is further ordered that this order December Is, 1944 ._
NOTICE OF ,\PPMCATIOIOR be published once a week for four NOTICE IS IIEKhm G1XWM: that '-I
TAX DEED consecutive weeks In The OkeechobeeI pin" sunlit to Section U of Chapter L4X( ,
I.aw* of 1B3A I I News, a newspaper published In said 1'2\111.\ tuna of Florid. Acts of 1017, LADES 0Xf2'C/103U
Notice Is hereby given that R. E. j I'''' and State. known as the MUUI'HY ACT end In II IO1P C. I 'I1L
Ilamrlck and Annie B. Mamrlck. his I Dated this 28th day of No\finl, PMrimiinee of Chnpter 2iKW') : I.sw's of 'C'A I
wlfp, hnlder nf Tot Certificates No. 1044. Flnrliln.' Acts of 1'Ml known si the A5'4
na 117 m n 9. Itt, KB me, iiw, I KOV R. RAULERSO.N. K\Llti; ; > I.Ai IIES l)i.t: I NAI2( nl'Hll"l' *. ..- set.u SAt WI.,
ill 171 17:% 174. 173. 176. 177 m I' Clerk Circuit Court. 'I'I I I ACT; ho i JnUuMnc iliaxrlbpdInnil. ; A ;; II.LIGt c;, At.MSIACH
I IM. 14 2IK 270. 272. 2"3. 2SU. P.291, I By Sophronla Pease, D C. 'I sltnntuil In Kvcrnlndes Drslnavelilsrrlit.
-'ft*. :21KI' :SOI. tofl.t :SOU!, 307. Sftft, ,110 I (Circuit Court Seal) I In iikeechohte County, Flur- I I % L .1 won.I .
811! 3fl, 8,22 324, 321. 3J7. 3211 1. 330. Mary Sanderfur Schulman!! liln' will I In- offered for sit le at public F000Mres5 ,_ 4F B E A C H
::1:11.: in.: 334. lasupd the 3rd day of Attorney for Plaintiff oulh'ry for the highest and licit cash 00"ee 0 B V
::4"It"l1Ih..r. .t. It 1II2S: 720 and 727 ------- -- bid. snlijert to thi right of the Trimttsee I /I .5, -
Issued the 8th day of August, A. D. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT I of the Interim! Improvement Kiniil __ @
V''li; 17J to I"'.' |MIIIH\R.| | I tallied the ,\'" DEED mill of the Honrd of Commlsslonere ofEvriglnilea tz:1, ;
huh day of .ruii: ', A. D 11M2.\ ; and 1807. Law of mi eNutlce Drainage District in rejnt : q '
IsKiied" the 7th ilav of August A. D. la hereby given that E. R. I I Oil\' nnd nil bids lit the Cnmthnun. .s. '5 ,
1133: ha 1 beginning nt in:do o'clock A. M. on th" 5I
, filed mine In uiv of Wright holder of Tat CertificateNo. L. ,
tI.,.. bus nnide application) for a : {.'3IM, Issued the 2nd day of 11th ilnv of January, IMS. As to all C I II
'lax Deed to be Isauc-d thereon. Sold August A. D. llJ' 6. has filed same In "puircels of liind, of ten acres or innre. _. II
Certificate title tii one hAlf of pi'trolounl amithree
embraces the I
following derlbed -
olllie. baa mnil for
uiv: ; application)
.. fourths of other mineral will
l.muherty. In the County of OWAR
n TIIT Peed tn be Issued thereon. Said B
(ikeei'hobee. state of Flnrliln to-wit : I Certificate embraces the following desi he reserved. by Trustees nf the Infer LI
SE'4 of E4 nf SH'i S\V14 of I 'rll"11lrol'.rty In thus County nfO'tpcchnhpp mil Improvi inont Fund Easements: for COLLII I .. Corny L I
riniil right of 200 fret wide 1 will
SWV4 f'f jo:1.1 and SE'/i of sE'iof State of Florida to-wlt: way from '
lie rwerveil soul TrustePi
by .
RWU.; /. of BEV of K\'l,4 ; Lots 1 to 12 Inc.. lois lots 2 and la 5
I SW',. nf S\M,4 of 1'11\1.' NU.; of any parcel through which thero an
: .3. Blk 7, Wright's First Addition. lnilng/ atiitu road : and easement fur .
SWl of '
!I\\"I. and W 4 ofWt .
dinlniiue nnd rei'himjilim I nnd 1 fi>rronil
nf S\V"/i ; all being III'Sl'CIIIID 1. Tim nsiesumcnt of anld propertyminVr I will lie reserved. andfifty #
purpnacii ;
TnniiHlilp :H7 S, 1111 nile 33 E. said 1 Certificate tanned. was In iierci'iit I 1.10'! I fir nil oil, irns a iuiliii 0.
ALSO tiEl4 of NK'.; : ,. of XEY4l j .the. name of E. U. Wright. I torah I rhht.111 ha rcsened bv the ,
SE4 of SE.i of :NE'4 E',. UK I'nun* mild CerilllenU utah he Ce' Boa l'ul. nf Coinnils.tontr. of Everglade' tlb ..4A'M4
NKi.; ; uf SKVi and NWV4.; of Mi'/i.: 'liM>iiud. ""'''''',1I1I1r I to Inw, property de.nlliiMl Drillnnirn District. *
:MI'4: n f S>K'/4 and iNWV4 of therein slnill he sold tu the 0 .
Lot U nnd 1:1: Bill. f:. Southern p SNOWI1V8 GFIVFA..t1.DRAINAGE 4 l
Si/4 ot 8E',. : NH.; of SW',4 chest blildpr nt I hue Courthouse door Pines 8/D. '
of SE VI ; $44 of 8W'4 of "II the. first Monday In the month of SU, of Lot 2 and All Lot S, Blk, AREAS :
!bEVi! ; f;K't of SK't; of bE 4 ; January 1043. which Is the 1st day 8, Royal Oak. Addition
N \\ V4 ofE': : of MM, mid :M, I Ief of January. 11)41. Beg 7 Phs S of NW Cor of NW'4 D A /
:N\\' V4 of NUV4 ; s\\' ,. of NWV4! .j Inf -. Dated this 1st day of December of S14, run 8 120: ft. E (LID ft. fftttreo TO HUrr CONSrA/I'ATION
:NW!. and \\"'. of M\" it of 1044.. N B6T ft. W 300 ft, H 7 "bl. W PQILtS THeSOUrHCRN PORTION I p4Ou55TtD C /
S\\.4 : XE'. of 1I\\\4 of IS81 \\'% I HOY H. HAl'IEltaON.
RID ft. See. 11, Twp. 34, Rge, ., THf PfNtNStJLA Of flQKIOA.fiTKISSIMMEt .
j of S4, of hVl4! N Vt of Clerk Circuit Court of :I o.4t acres. 0
SE"4 of jo II of SI', ufi I Is Okcechobee County FlorIda /
SW4 Lulu 1 to 13 Inc. Blk 40. City of
\V4 : X\V'/4 of N'i of \\"<"4, I "----- Ilkoerhnbee.I.on -

all living In heel Ion :2. Townslilp I NOTICE TO (RF."ITtJI I In II.: tic., lllk, 47, City of
:U7 14. Idlligo 33 E, ALSO All 1 I iv THE coinr OF 'inn! COI-VTY OkifM'hoboe. ( RIVER AND LAKE OKEECHOBEE

llluiks 1 tu N linlusl\o, Shadow- j I I .11'DOE. OKKIirllDBEE: COUNTY.: 140.1 III' OK COMMISSIONERS! : 12.EAST COAST WATERSHED
lawn Subihlslou of 8'/, of .SWV4 FIOIIIPIX I'liOBVin fJlo'! rVFICl.Al DKAIN.nn .
of t>\\'% uf Sfitlou 3, TownshIp Iii rn' Rotate of I'llIlIU .\ nisrnicT 3.EVERSLADES OVERFLOW AREA

:17 8, liunge 33 K.; ALSO SE1/* of \ \\ M. Lucius, IDeceasedi TK('STEKS: OK TUB INTERNAL .BIG CYPRESS-WEST COAST AREA .. "
.NKVi of M\y4 : 1-WV, of MiVi of : iMPimvninNT rt'M) '.
.N \\' ;. : E'j of MEH uf MV% ; X'/i To All Creditors and Pernnns having OK TUB STATE OF KLOIlIP 15CALOOSAHAT8HEE! RIVER DRAINAGE"'AAA

af Sli'i of 11\\',.. all beiiiff III Section I Clnlnis or Deinnmla Agalnnt Snld I .*, PEACE RIVER WATERSHED. f .
lit Township 37 K. Kungo 31E : Tstate: Ilv; UO'H.. 1t.kth.ElttON. Agent /
ALSO of of for IriKteea of thn Internal Im.provrinont 7.HEADWATERSOST.JOHNSRlVER 0
Eli, NEV4i: SKV4 i \ ini and each of you are hereby _
:>WH of .NtV4.: : S.; ,, ot S\\fc > Minified am) required to prrsent anv Kunil nnd for Bonn! I Inf I t
ef bhV4i U\V >4 of :Nt,4: of :.NVVmid < I clnlnis and doinands whIch you or CnmniliiKlnners of 5. p
i bhi/4 of N\V'i of S \\"', ; I either of you may have against the 1 I'rnlniiee, Dlstilit. Everlllll"P.1 .
$%\'!4 uf M4 of NW' ESet I estae of Wllllnm M Lucius, de- CoiuiM Plnrldn. \ ,.
:.NHV4 of $W% ; S'", of $ h4; censed lute of said County, to the Dw-llJ.K.29
..f 81\'''(; ; NEVi of NWlt ofSH IIW", ; I..'oulIl, Judge, of Okoctbobee Countv. I 'h'$, -.
NOTICE OF INTFVTION TO .
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j of SVtVt of 8\W4. all being Flurldn. at his office In the conrt CELL LAND IteyWisi. f. ,
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In HIM'tluu 11, 'luKiishlp ::17 $,- )lirnse nf HHI'I' County nt Okeechobee. ---.". / .-
Range 33 K, ALbONW of :.XEli: 1 NOTICE IS! HF.IIEBY: lIVEN thnt.pnrnunnt r ,
)1I7rl to ertlnn IS (I II.) C'hnpter2IM1S
.. : nf ufNCi4 f )
.rE'4! KK', : H'ttit\ SKVi I from the: time nf he first publication lane of l'i"rluin. Arts of 1941.
: of SE'4.; W'of :NEV, uf "r this nut Ice. Each claim or demand anti fectlon T7. 'hnpter 14717. Luna ,
N\M. \\>v of N\\U. SEV4 of i[ shall bo In writing, and shall state of Florliln. Arts of 1T,1, Be nim>udeil ( From Belle Glade Herald ) nnd how restricted or spread <>' t', 8 Ii: trict Engineer *f
I fcEi4 of :NUV4 ; >E14 otE: ot .Jbn place of residence and office I
11HEI.; uf MOV of 8WV4 ; I!,r itdilresa I of he claimant and post shall be florliln.hSection Acts 11 of Chapter 1H41.)\ ZOAS.S nml nls.laws pnr-of The conception. of the average out Is the rainfall, Is the first conslileiation Jatksonvlle! tIm Piirker of the U.: S.

l'iI' :', of SE of 11SEI4: of .-1 !"urn to by the claImant agent or Hint tn Swllon 42: Chapter 207i2. locally, whether to pump .ologlcal, ) Survey, our own SUtjcologlst
11\\4( uf 111I I 14 NWV4 uf H\V V4 tutoriKjr. and such
any claim or dem'anil I.nws of Florldn, Acts nf 1M1 innincndpil Glades resident farmer of Water
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H\\,4 and S>, of 8\N'/4 of 11\\ '4f, not filed i. or in. ( I.). Herman
j so shall be void. i hSeitlnn: II). Chapter 2n7l I I Gunter Gveinorsleit -
KVs: "fNW'ln ut S\VI4.! all I being CLARENCE:: E. LLCII'S.: Lans of Klnrlda: Aits of HMD. and'XiMtlnn Control I. field ditches, collecting Tl.o utro.int uf wator we have in Caldwell Commissioner
In Svvtlon U. Township 37 S. As executor of the Last Will and 41. Chapter 9)722 Laws of i iFlnrldn I
Range :a 3 U ALSO -Ma of NK'4 ; Testament of I Acts of 11)41 na Hinotulml hv ditches ami rain pun.p,ng ditches the 0 sules vitally: affects the coastal .>(ayo and soil scientists, cultlemea,
SLV, of MU: ; N'.TI uf NWV.. Wllllnm M Lucius deceased. Sectloii SI. Chapter 22H7I, Laws of
SII" 14 or XWV4 mid N\VV4 of IIE'.. First publication. November" S, 11)44 Tlorldn. Acts of 1! .1:1.: the following I with ailequutu capacity. pumpj. Molnsin ro;: r unities, for If we keep or u. tius ciowvrs, draInage engineers
of NV'all being In Suction 14 '- -- --- .. described Innd In Okpeilmlire County, turn loosv Indiscriminately: which ind other.
j 'luuiiihlii 37 H, ItHugu :JO E. fl-Tliln. to-st ht : aomu typos of land are necessary
'I Im ...."o.wellt ul saul property Lots 1 tit 4 hi".. Blk 22, Riverside v .'.. :.o 11 doing, how can they .vfr. Maltom. }')'rn''", 1'iesldent *f
J' undtr until Cfriiflcaten Issued were In Park S/l. Instiru
runoff Histi.bution -
to and
a proper
I the name uf J. !): Cuchrau B. C.Xiiefe will In. I ifi'ieil for malt at public out. tell when and for how long they will lie An.onran Society of Civil En-

E. J. Sihramp Max Safer ELECTRICAL WORKs cry for tutu hiifhent mid best cost hid. o. wa...., is his consitieilation. I .\ 'vnlvrT'i .invcif, an mUnutlonnl authority on
I Jiicob Kiilhnvll. H. O. Urlmberv. A'I t ul'Ji'rt'' ti" the right of the Bonrd of
h'. Alouri'hi'Hd Maude 11. Kite, Ida K. (''''IIIIII..I''IIP"I of Hterglmlps Pral ii. j ': ic uro vial question, far- iiii-Btic Wtttei' problems will be on
Altuiuii, ChilL C. Sharmao. Robert ; alto IHstilei u 1I11.I..r llonril of (
' 1'retchard, Maaaapu Corp., okeethobce ,t P. P. EVANS I Coininliislitiieri, of Okpoi'hohee ('nllntv.1 s. i';ous thought however bringsto reaching in their contact that af- the program.

Bailey Ciimpiiiir, maul jt"mbo"O. BlaikweU I'urter Roy b. C.C. at 1'lnrliln the CniifihoiiNi to reject,' "lM i innml.irliiilnir nil nf : light that the main canals, of i I'h.: Glailos water table Where, lhus iinlerul and Ute scientist

Krynnt' H E. 1'lurc Nathan J. Oar; o'clock' A. M. on the 13th day of Janimrr. which there nri nix vitvlly: ) affecting i iIhu \htn aid in what quantities do we Law ii ado ntudivs of conditions In

fuukul roy : 'tansy, Uluudora I. Norton Butcher; Valentine K U. KI.ther Cpo-' -.'r,!jCrftQUSE! WIRING I nml' ,reolniiiicili.il!!tn, I Kunenipnt; Iud mad fur Purposes dralnnite Ci.ale: are viry important ; further get w.itcr, ; when. how much and In t hu iv, SHimn.ve River Valley! us well

Htanley Colters; SK. will )h v renerred. and fIfty percent search an.in the lower part of Florida, and
: Fred< I. Sihareri; ,roll' i of nil oil brings to light that the what distribution do Wtt need to new
gus Iud ulnernlrlglit
C.
B. Fordhami J. N. Griffith and
\ **+& Jb -* wilt also be reserved general water table of the Glades It. are basic their finding and rc'commendatioaa
lI'l. \ ::I.lltt'iielte; UOAItn OK COM\lls |OKIISUK
shall he reil ,*. KVKUCI: .,\ .:: DltAIN- Is direct)* affected by the l luke lev These questions will be discussed will b* coordinated in this meeting.
> eiin.il$ iu'uorIIug to ln"''. property d.i y, I
k. itiid I lliereln shall be sell tu the I| t2oRhev' AUK AII.I DlSllUCTiii.ii el. Further consideration discloses by experts of International, nationaland Plant, animal and human nutrition
lilies! bidder lit the I'ouirt huujau door !
ill Ilio filet Monday I IK tint Duluth. 0' "" > OK ror.NTr COM, I that II. 14. ount of water broughtInto statt-wlda reputation at a as related to the soil will btt a
:
.January. 1U43. which. Is the ht i I 111:1 Ml.sSIONnns: : Cdl'NTV.OK" I luke Okeechobee through the meeting of the Soil Science Society subject discussed by those with tile
f January, 11)49.ifatpel
OKEEl.'llO'1
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this let day .f I Clerk of the (' Kissimi He River Valley watershed, rioridu, at Orlando. know-how MmeriiliuJ. vegetable,

11)44 KOV It. ItAI'l-EKSON.dj. I n ",, 'hohre ('on"t,. Florida, has a oat serious effect nn Lake SI"! (i. M I vo K \.," president, hac iiuila and meats will undoubtedly'
I lie ngont fur mi M Hosrils
likee Clerk:.'h..h..a Circuit feauty Court, .'I 4" tiy KOCIfltOMA I'UAMK. OkovchoLce's water level arranged a tentative program which Ml .seals attention ftotn thusu 1 lemncd -

r Circuit Court Seal) 1'.1:5,22,29: Deputy Clerk 1'. nf.ll.h"n., how much what calls for discussions by Col. A. B. men.:

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