The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30-Number 39 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 16, 1945 Price Five Cents

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Various Gamps',: Washington/ Mar 15.-Representative Chamber of Commerce Met at Bank I Little. her Lana first La Kee birthday Walker with celebrated ] a-I Well RepresentedAt

; Joe Hendrlcks announced Offices Here Afternoon l lovely party at the home of her
At Home & Abroad Tuesday Meeting
this week that two Florida Institutions ;. grandmother, Mrs. Hulon Walker,
-- I of higher learning would be I on March 7 from 3:30 until 5 p. m, -

Mr. and Mr. Bethel Sloan have I honored by the Maritime Commis THE GADFLY I'! At the called meeting; of the board I The birthday cake was the centerof Tampa, March 14.-M. W. W.Ie ..\- 1

received a Utter from their son ,, sion in the naming of two Victory I lof' directors of the Chamber of Interest, decorated in fink and )', Lakeland, president .f Ole B...

Wilfoid in which he states that ho I cargo ships I Commerce held Tuesday afternoon green. Line Highway Association, baekti

has been transferred from Long h'l One vessel will be named the By Marjorie n. Wallace |I in the offices of the Okeechobee About sixteen guests attended the up by a strong delegation ... armed

land New York, to Fresno, Stetson, the other the Rollins Theyare County Bank, this following the or- party. with a. sheaf of resolutions and
He Buys he has seen lots of pretty \ under construction at the Pop reads last week's OkeechobeeNews ganization meeting of several days I Lana Is the daughter of Pfc, and endorsements, pled] the cause .f this

country while making the trip but Bethlehem Fairchilds shipyards at ago, many activities were shown to Mi's. Edwin Walker. Pfc. Walker cross state super-highway heftre

that none of It lock in good: an \ Baltimore, Maryland. "You newspaper people are too be within the realm] of possibilities has served 18 months overseas the state road board at its lI1ee tiagIn

Florida. He will probably be sent ._-y-- ambiguous, Mom Now, It says here for this vicinity. --1' Tan'pa this weekly 4v

overseas. ':. that Mrs. Raulcrson entutalned'Ifroup a Immediate action has been takenon | Woolsey visioned the BeeiLrna,
i I Club Has "IF" friends. On the face Mrs. T. W. ConelyJr.
Rotary the ]location of a full time sec !1! which would connect Tampa with
I of it. that's simple and true enough.
Staff Sergeant John II, Walker. retary and it Is hoped a suitableman I West Palm Beach and Miami via

who bal been stations In Alabunui Another Perfect I Ii She'd hardly have asked ot 'hl1l'1.them But if will be located at an early I! Is Hostess To Lithia Brewster, Bowlmg Greet,

for the pant never*! months, 1 left they weren't friends date. S..hring! Okepchob'e asiT ladian

Saturday for llendriiks Field Si- Week I Ii I. maybe It means if they were friends Committees on attendance and on'' Fine Arts Club Town as the most logical a.4 H'i -
i Attendance with each other. Maybe it means
bring after spending two weeks housing problems were appointed at i nomicnl means, of linking 10M South

here with hit parent., Wr. and Mrs i --- : they wouldn't have been entertained the directors' meeting, which was Florida with the Natitaat Inter-
I and eotments, If I
even 'with bridge
3. H. Walker, Jr. To1 tin sixth < on*,'ruti\p meeting and 100 percent attended, and Indications I Mrs T. W. Conely Jr., was hostess
they were not friends with her re-lieving
I' the Rotarians chalked up a 100 per wish be augur well for good results. to the Fine Arts Club on Wednesday :
Mr. and :Mrs. Morris; Lofton re'l cent attendance on '1'ui.sdnSev with each other. I you'd The committee on housing Is the I afternoon, with Mrs Ruth Dopp Mats:, on the overbunlf rasa toast

ceived a letter from their son CiaI"I eral guests were present also tax- more specific."Hmmni. Messrs: Roscoe Markham and Allen as co-hostess. I route. "

ence last week In which he Ing the capnclty of the long table. Saya here a lady W. :Markham The program, arranged by Mrs. | He po, i fed out that tie It.leli.rot
was now In Germany with the American broke her arm and her condition is The the tail end of the diaginal
to Its limit. Tom Davis, engineerIn committee on attendance are Bryant Bowden, was presented by ;
Army This it tie first word charge of lifting the face of the satisfactory i I the :Messrs R. A. Burgess, C. H. Mrs. Tom Casey in Mrs. Bowden's I route across the state .. ean.eat

they have had from him since he water planttt George Klnksley, water ntlsfnetory to whom ? Parkerson Z K. Williams. ah,enci>, The theme was the relationship I at Okeechobee with roi><'N No. 29

left this country about Christmas. plant manager at Canal Point, Marshall "Not to the lady, certainly-nobody I y between the music of a and 17 to Jacksonville, sail ak Se-

McGinty of :Miami Dr. F. 1'. Is satisfied with a broken arm I nation and Its characteristic dance ,|I bring with the central break 2<:0.

Malcom Simmons left yesterdayfor Maupal, and Louis Seharfswcrdt: I don't think her friends are satisfied PTA Play Nets a rhythms. MM.: Casey spoke of tbe..' 19, will. give two alterau routes

the Naval Air Station In California \ were introduced by their hosts. with the broken arm, either. gavettc and the musette, French from the bottleneck ot ).I.. 1, eI;.

after spendint four days Whiplash] Ralfsnlder missed a Even folks who don't like the lady Very Good ProfitThe I dances, illustrating her points with I I veiling from 30 to 40 erseal ef'midwest.

here. lIe had been stationed at golden] opportunity to upbraid, Mom if there are anv folks that don't cxcipts from appropriate music I'' Gulf States and interior

Melbourne for the past sit Months I Wallace for her absence the week I like her wouldn't be satisfied witha I Mrs. Rae Boettger illustrated her Florida tiaific, aid probably 15 percent

before but It's too late now I broken arm--they'd want a broken faculty play given at the I talk on Spinlsh music and dances of.. eastern states traffx over.
Howard Drawdy, who Is .stationed; Mrs Melba Louthan. state wel !leg and a couple of ribs thrown In. auditoiium last Friday was well at. with 'Malaguena," these connections,
.the Naval Air Station at Melbourne tended and about $95 was netted i "The tructlon
at fare worker hero introduced the "I guess it means that her condi I A salad course with tiny hot rolls | con of only 16
spent the past week-end In doctor for P-TA work The cast entered miles of this end .f
speaker, Mrs :Marquis, of the tion U satisfactory to the and iced tea was served after the east bite pea
Okeechobce with his parents, Mr. State Welfare department, who gavea that set the arm, and the hospital Into the spirit of the fooling with I program, Mrs, A. B. McKinnon wasa posed Bee-Line," Wttlsey said,

and Mrs. Calvin Drawdy.Don l lucid and most interesting accountof that gets paid for the X-rnvs I II unction, and the by-play wee espiiiHlly i guest and i.embers present were "would connect with six rentes

the work of that department in Ought to say so, though *This good bringing guffawsfro Mrs II H. Raulerson, Miss Kathleen making them 11 to 20 .>les shorter
Stewart left Saturday: to return I 'II v the audience almost without than
east beatleaeck"Terming
present coast
this and surrounding counties. She statement Is too vague McCarthy, Miss Jo Porrlsh, Mrs. 1
to the Navy at New York after I "Now if brokeour aim, stopping for breath Prof. Wil-. the Bee-Line aa All:
erplalned In particular four of the I you Tom Casey, Miss Audre King, Mrs. :
spending three weeks here with his Mom, condition would just lire s' gestures were alone worth I! Honda" project, Woolsey pointed
services of the department, old age your R. E. Link, Mrs. A. L. Boettger, Mrs. ;
parents, Sheriff and Mrs.. N. O. assistance. aid to the .blind, aid to ,I' tickle a lot of folks to death be- the price of admission, and each : John McNeil, Mrs. J. D. Northwood, I out that its early constrstse a would
Stewart and family. dependent children, and child '"' | cause you wouldn't' be able to' write and 'evel')' person sustained{ his' or t'era James 1Hanc l'ck"Miai"'nen.1; eervaal3 noctlona of the stitte, dtusI t

fare, giving concrete Instances 1-1 I I for a while. Joe would be awfully her character part In a realistic and I Burt, Mrs. W, D. Boehmer, Mrs. Er- I'ling tia value of' road J 9, serving-

W. T. Smith and wife received a statistics showing the Invaluable : pleased for exair'pie. most amusing manner. I nest Hunt and Mrs Omar Hunt. i half the population of the 'eUta directly -.

letter this week from their son, results of this aid to the needy, \ "11m'''' -11"111. Says here Bill can Those taking part were S. R.I I II ] V and one fourth Indirectly,

Maxle Lee Williams\ (colored) whoIs Inadequate though it (Is in some | swim an I walk without crutches", I. Raifsnider Z. K Williams and Carl \ Considering the problems item the ,

with the army In Italy He Is cases where dependent children are I'd like to see him swim WITH Purrance, as the school committee; I Florida Is Land I standpoint of construction costs

with the Sfifith Infantry and has concerned. Mrs, Marquis said that \ crutches or tn It! Can't you bea Miss Audre King :Mrs. Mary Louise I \\oolsey pointed out that the pro.

been fighting In that country since the state! welfare work was entirely little less equivocal Aho, Mrs. Blanche Hunt and ProfM Of ', posed .route parallels tsc' {Seaboard.

the Americana Innded It. 'I separate from that done by the I And so on and on. My best friend 0. ( Kent, a" applicants for the OpportunityI Airline Railway moat if the Jis-:

-6 :March 1945 county welfare board, although the : and soveicxt critic holds forth position of teacher for which busy I : tance, making the transportation of

GermanyDearest two organizations co-operate and I thu_ly every week with a having- Prof. Kent was selected on the basis In her 100 years as a state Flor- machinery and Materials l"'s etstly
help each other !In Instances a-wonderful-time wish )'ouwl're.hereI of his love for the ruler as a die and since It eliminates
Family: many \ j Ida has been a land of political opportunity 12 railroad
Guess what I'm doing-listening J. Northwood, in calling the I expression | ciplinary! measure; Mrs Alma Burr for those who were born crossings, would rake naeeessary

to an American news program over attention of his fellow members to Just let a typographical error I Franc Sheffield] Mrs Rae Doet'lI i outside of her' boundaries. :, the construction of ....1) overpasses -
articles In the national magazine creep in, or let me make an assertion tger, II. H. Raulerson, Rev. Howell, .
From June when Territorial
the radio as I write this In my log- I 25, 1845-
covered, sandbagged dugout Whata for Rotarians, was especially gratified : open to demolition by an impIsh I H. Terzenbueh, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Governor John Branch, a i I Following the presentation, tae

luxury-wu're only a mile from to rend that aa fellow-towns | sense of humor and Pop pounces R. E. Hamrick, Eva Johnson, Mrs. native and former governor of road board expressed Itself as sym

the Germans and It deems a thousand man In England has been nominated ,' on It with glee Well as the saying 'I Helen Wongrev; Mrs Blanche Hunt. North ('al'ollnaurned over the executive I pathetic with the proas.itien bat
candidate for President lit Rotary It's all In fun. Ellis Drautfhon, :Mrs. :Mary Bass, !
as a goes Indication
except for a few minor details office of Honda] to William gave no as U what action -
International By this time I expected to see I Mrs Cola Robinson, Mrs. Ruby lIanI : f might be
such a* big funs going off alii I D Moseley, a native and former taken.
The club donated $50 to Joel house half-"ay rebuilt. But cock, A. L. Bocttger, Mrs. C. M. Wil-
around and vibrating everything, or |I Rotary I I gubernatorial candidate of Those appearing at the hearing
... the sharp crack of rifles and machine I the Boy Scout organization and $10 t the carpenters are con plcluolla so 'I list.s, Carl] Durrance, and Prof. WllI ; North; CUI'olina-until today, the In support of the Bee-Ll.e route
I to the Red "Cross drive. far by their absence So Is any Hams, were the unruly, stupid, sentimental Included
guns The funny thing is that I 1 people of Florida have rewarded county and city officials,
from the little effort the of of those thirsty pupils, whose antics '
Quote weekly newssheet on part any chamber of
all our news comes from the newspaper capable non-natives of Florida by .representatives
or radio. We are so closewe "Rotary Hl-lites," which the I responsible for our city eyesores. and answers furnished an evening I electing] them to the highest office and Interested citizens.;

see only a very minor area, If Rev. Howell sits beside each plate I II' But a good many Individuals\ are of genuine fun. of the state. .
"A word marvels] around their I --V
of doing
recognition from the homes
we shoot all day and night as wt Almost two-thirds of the elected restored white control I. the state
members of the club is due Red i: and for this wo are thangful. How- Misses Betty Barber and Sylvia
have been doing It may or may not governors of Florida calmed] some by winning over a Republican from
for the I the fact Snel, who are attending school at i j
when Burgess fine way he has ever remains that people other
but hear state
ml1alan.thlng.. we as their birthplace Ten Maine.
been planning for meal.." j: who through city still have the Florida State College for Women -
the roar all over we know menus our I pass our j of them were natives of southern Although] Hart was tie first native -
It h noted that the members' the junk heaps to hit them in the at Tallahassee, spent last weekend
I've seen a lot of "good Germans"lying I states Of these three came from Floridian to be elected
mouths were too full of roast chicken face as they motor along, and to remember here with their parents, I governor -
South Carolina
I know
around recently so our two from Alabama, or the state, William D. B'exhum:
artillery Is doing well. We are and dressing, English peas, hot i! Okeechobee by forever I and one each from Virginia, Kentucky had the distinction of kclag the
rolls, tomato salad] iced tea andlemon I i Gilbert] Culbrcth has done a goodi Mrs Sarah Ingraham of Arcadia '
really going: to work on Jerry. Ha : they| North Carolina, Tennessee First native to serve a full term In
pie, on Tuesday, for wordsof i job of cleaning] up the scars left by II I spent several days the first of ''an,1
Is doing rather poorly at the I week In Okeechobee with her II Georgia. Three native sons of I i Tallahassee. After Bloxhaai! seven
moment. Honestly, I don't see how I recognition or anything else. The I the fire, and hi* corner looks splc son New England won political honorin Florida born men won the
and daughter-in-law governor
Mr and Mrs.
luncheons are Indeed well planned, and apan-quite a contrast to across i
men could take the constant Florida, and three others
any I 1 were ship In the hundred since
B. E. years
Ingraham. She
taking and still as well as beautifully! prepared and the street Now I know that junk was accompanied natives of New, York New :'
pounding they are I Jersey, 1845 only nine have bcea ear atiI I II
1 here by her daughter, Mrs.
fight on Our advance Is going served The feast of reason and i must be put somewhere- you can't ,I| and Illinois. 'I ored.I .
flow of soul always has solid just blow on It and make it Invis L M. Hendrftks: of Reedsville, I
I a good Ga'i No
quite well, as you no doubt read. I man northern birth attained I These twenty five elected governor >
i foundation of more material ben I ible. But I maintain that there are, the
We are moving so fast that the t I' governorship until the era of of Florida, no Matter their
doesn't catch with efits. that there must be, ways by which and tin cans In back jards-I'm not Reconstruction, and It
us in this
up was ;, places of birth, are worthy of study,
for day at a time. The tanks and :I Prof. C. E. Williams will be in I! heaps of Junk can be at least hidden I mentioning any names this week, I, period that the first native Flori- i i Most of them rose to the f>evernershlp -

armor clean everything up. It makes charge of the program next week ( from the highway, or If this Is but there'll come a day-thert Isj dian became the chief executive.. In from the professloa law, but
feel end this I --V | Impossible right away, the stuff no excuse whatever. These are not 1 1i 1873 the native Floridian
me good to help mess.I I Ossian B. some came from the rasas of merchants
pray that God may help us. I Miss Sadie Sanders ]left last Saturday might be less1 unsightly if It were i I part of the business of earning Hart, succeeded the first elected bankers, farmers, teachers,

Love, to return to Washington, D. 1' neatly placed In some sort of apparent i i money for income taxes to takeaway I I II 'I! governor of northern birth, Harrison and ministers. More thai iwo-fiftai

Dan. Coo after spending two weeks here order and plan. A hedge I from you. They are just Reed. Because of illness Hart of them were veterans tf tae Civil
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr. I of those cuttings I spoke of last I plain everyday shiftlessness, carelessness j!l exercised for 1
Dan M. McCarthy, power only a few War, the Spanish-Ameniaa War, tr
Lt, Field Artillery. She is employed In the Maritime week would be high enough by thesummer' ; 1 or failure on the part of I 1 I I months and Marcellus L. Stearns of the World War. ,

a a e Commission In that city end to screen off the some one responsible for their re- L Maine replaced him. I! In political affiliation feur-lifthi

Lt. Dan McCarthy has been over. I rusty and pathetic remains I sure I i moval. In 1878 George F. Drew, a nativeof of the governors were Dcrattraks.
!Mrs B, A. Beville and littledaughtii wish I could report In ] ,
"ea. since October 1944 I an early column !Maybe aftthe city council gets New Hampshire, defeated Stearns Before the Reconstructlta. era tily
Sweatt Ann left yesterday to return with fanfare and trumpets, | through with the water works, they to bring the state under control of the Whig, Thomas Brows, prevented
Mrs Alvin wn called to to their, home in Wildwood that such hedges have been plantedby can take up the matter of parks. the Democratic party and to end the Democratic party frem wmaisg

Mnultrle, Ga., Wednesday night on lifter spending several days herewith public-minded citizens whose living The parks are getting pretty gum Recoiibtructlon Florida had the every election and since 187t
,'ount of the sudden death of her her other, Mr Bryant Bow- Includes inevitable junk pile/ ,. !1 my-looklng. unique experience every
of electing a governor of Florida except Sidney J,
father G T. Studstill. den For the occasional of '
heaps trash Don't you think sof \ Democrat from New Hampshire who
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I, Okecchobee News CHAMPION fI.ORID.STEER I More Americana were reading in Tom Q Smith, former Miami city
liardee County Herald' and the Just as the
\1ehI5 ON HOOF 1944 than previous since publicity director and former city
Ult l'Chl1hl'l' Howling Green Exponent and does toes to press, the Special Gifts committee SELLS FOIl $ .Ol1 any
f ( for I the war began. They wanted to read editor of the Miami Dally Newt, la
has been handed a check
a bang up job of it, took time out
of Florida first about human relations and religion now doing 15 minute
the for tho Miami March 12.-A pair
Club ,
Published\ Every Friday by for a visit.Cutting $10.00 from the Lions '
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecba- across to Avon Park, I Red Cross war fund. steen, with a combined weight accond about war and the Florida news over radio station

bee, Okeechobe County, Florida found publisher Hcathcrington of V of 2106 pounds, will be grazing I Ir state of the world, according to the WIOD Miami, each morning at t i

BRYANT BOWDEN . . Editor the Scenlca Highlands Sun all hop RELATIVES ARE FREE r peacefully in Miami'! flowerbordered American Library Association, 'I :45. His broadcasts deal with the
-- week-end before v news and the news-behindthenewe 'f"
;; ;; HAM matt">r July ped up over the prospects of establishing MRS Bnyfront
Kiitorcd: iwonit Office In Oktwho- the startled eyes of thousands This, above all,-To thine together with reports oh trade and ;
brunch of the Florida
O.e.alFla"- -. and roAct_of..Mar., 8, 18TK. State Hospital a for the Insane on a hire Frances Harlow, member of of steak-hungry tourists and residents. own self ber rue Industry In the state Smith was

SUBSCRIPTION RATE And It ma tjfollow as editor-of the Clcwiston Newt In the
beautiful 300 acre tract that the the Puhokce High School
One Year In advance .. . .$200 of the liberation The champion of the lordly pair, the nlrh't theVday, early twenties.Subscribe .
has offered I can't Imagine a has received joyful new
Months In advance . . 1.00 city I
Six .. .75 of her brother II pure-bred Aberdeen-Angus coalr Thou canat not then be V
Three Months In advance better or more healthful location and safety
ont** and God knows we sorely need ad- and sbter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs black tips the scales at 1339 poundseven false To any man. I for The News
MvertlA101Ir| Mill are parable I for Shakespeare
.. to this William Douglas McDonald and allowing three per cent
I.! nt rash '""n'" ditional facilities, convenient to I
p.ilill. hera required to pay- In advance. section of Florida. I their two children, fiveyearoldLynn I! shrinkage. He was rained from a

; ;-nolloPi In local columns 10. Guess that's about all for this and three-year-old William I calf by a slim 1 -yeRr old 4-H club I I'I I I
yenta I Hn., Hat.a for rtlsnlar artvtr.rlslnr I of .
furntsh on application. Claa"- time, only let me remind you that'I II Douglas, Jr., after 37 months of Imprisonment i member, Mint Jeanette
tiled edv.rttaina. t cfnta each word I| Micanopy, Fla. The atecr's name
regarding' en- the 12th Annual sale of Easter in the Jap prison campat
AM lteme
Innonlon I I
t"rnr1ai>a rnndin-foil for profit are Seals for the benefit of Crippled Santo Thomas University in the is Grand Champion and ho lived up The WisteriaCome

-olmrgt-aMe. .._- at---advertising-- ratea.:.. Children la Scheduled for the period ', suburbs of Manila, to It by winning six blue ribbons,

from March 87 through April 7. I' On Feb. 22 Mrs lIarlow got word and by bringing 80 cents a poundfor
Too Late to Classify liberated and each of his 1339 pounds at the
Buy and use for this worthy cause that they had been
V I this week she received personal Ocala Cattle auction. in and see our selection of

UT Russell Kay RED CROSS letters from them. Mr. McDonald I Together with a pure white steer
To borrow a gag line from tho named White Duke and weighing a
I waa automobile tales manager for WALLETSGenuine
guy on the radio "Doee your" Florid Several new names have been added I the Manila Trading and Supply Co. mere 1007 pounds, the night-black CIGARETTE CASES
look differently, lately My Leather
to the list of special gift contributors at the time the laps captured Manila Grand Champion was purchased aa ;
ia, IT DOES. It doesn't matter I COIN PURSES
answer beef cattle for the Florida MargaretAnn
to the Red Crosa war fund and was cashier at the Ford Motor -
in what direction you travel you Store by J. G. Deriso, and S. COMPACTSShell
this past week. They are: I I Compaq's assembly plant In
find changei Areaa you remember! ( aad Leather)
i C. Bexley vice-presidents.
Inter-County Telephone and Philadelphia Pa., before he
a< undeveloped backwoods an now I E' bltlon of the two cattle Inlieyrront .
Telegraph Co. I I family went to the Philippines five
military reservations, cltln In them- in Also other useful items
Park service
a public t
UO- J. O. Pearce. 8r. u'.Ira ago.-Everglades News many
ic'vea' teeming with life and act 112-S. J. Davie I v I feature designed! to stimulate cattle

ivity. 810-Okeechobee Rotary Club, X.1'IOS.1.IRI.IES: GET raining In,, 'lorlda by presenting In- I"
other .Areas long unused Ire now controvertible STORE HOURS
S.OO-C.. F.. Smith C. W. 1111I lard. TWO( LOCKHEED: PLANES: ; proof that Floridacan :
under cultivation Ft. Myari was all f
produce as fine beef as section -
House-to-house workers are now any WEEKDAYS THURSDAY: 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.
hustle and bustle. ltd wee only Jni-ksonvlllv! Mar. 13. G. T. Eakr in the country. The Miami exhibit
the list. Okeechobee -
busy on membership -
tin ouch the powerful Influence of 8 A.M. to S:30: P.M. SUNDAY: 8:30: A.M. to 12 M.
1'1'1') llanton that we were able tog Is air nfy over the top ,A' president of National Airlines, was arranged by Col. Robert Except Thursday and Sunday 4 P. M. to 7 P.M. '
Pentland chairman of board
fur ns our national quota la concerned Inc., Will notified late today by the the
a room. The army and Ita I .
with of J. Dense
but this added Surplus War Aircraft Division the cooperation G. -- -
year every ----
"I\ ft'" have certainly taken over and I ,
dollar means added help where It Washington, D C.. that NAL has and 8. C. Bexloy. -

they tell me that even the lalaman- Is desperately needed Don't hold been allocated two more Lockheed I The steers were pastured here at -- .. ,-, t
dus are standing guard over their
i.mk dollar be- C-60's. These are the military ur- the dairy farm of former Senator
diirgins and are potting N'o Vacancy cnusc your the fund membership is oversubscribed, i sion of the record breaking Lockheed I Ernest R, Graham bo raises pure &. \ From where I sit.. & Joe Marsh.
signa. I $ f$?
Angus cattle himself. (
or because others hnve given more. Lodestar They carry 14 passengers :
While In Ft. Myera, I dropped by 'l &
Every penny counts, for It ia multiplied ; and are duplicates of the I V ll'
fOr a viait with Editor and Mra. y'w' ''nl
a thousand-fold all over the plane National flew from Jacksonville j CEX.; ;; IOIVICK RETfKXS: ; r Sober HoskinsCot
Robert C. Brocioui, who lucceeded
nation. to New York in the record- j FROM FOREIGN !MISSION l '
th., late George Roamer aa publisher -
I V I breaking time of three hours and Jb'y His Name
of the Southwest Floridian I
Found them charming folks who are Representative. J. Hendry 42 minutes. These two planes will i Lakeland, March 13. Albert I. oi I."
several the first the be converted for commercial use as Lodwick, president of the Lodwick
days of
doing a mighty creditable job carping spent E.cryioy 1" s ,
I is ? je i. ,"MUS From where I sit, there may
week in Jacksonville where he went quickly aa possible I School of Aeronautics, who has the
on where George left off. I I about his name. Of course, they be something In what Sober's
U the hotel t met a friend who to attend a meeting of the Advisory -V- !, assimilated rank of brigadier gen allow that It's appropriate Sober dad says. Naming children after

hud just received a letter from a Committee of the State Conservation ri.OKlin LAND: I oral la back in the United States n.ver drinks anything: &U'cr, virtues Is a fine old American

bm oversea that was written on Department.Two OF OPI'OnTl'"ITYI I from his second l special mission for tnan a glass of beer. And a custom. Look at the names of

the letterhead of the "Hotel Fox I the war department, having just arrived -I Larder worker In the fields there our pioneers and pilgrims: Faith,

Hole"-Somewhere In Germany. P-S1 fighting planes! "Mus (Continued from Page One) I In New York City. lJ"er was."Shucks. Pious, Charity Hope, Ernest.

Advantages the establishment offered tangs", landed at Connors Field this Cutti won as a Democrat. Catty, the News of his arrival was received ," says Bob r'l dad. Maybe we should use such

were listed on the letterhead AS week This speedy, sturdy, heavily I Baptist minister from DeFunlak here today by Mrs. Lodwick. She "We named Sober 'Sober' Just names more often. And one I'd

followa,--"Air Conditioned Bedroomsand I armed fighter Is one of the beat In I Springs, gained victory as a Prohibitionist said her husband probably would l>ccau&e he looked that way like to add is "Tolerance. w*

Latrtno,-Finest Box Lunches, the world, and the backbone of the after having almost won \ return to Lakeland within a week : when be was born. Like we all had Tolerance for a middle

-K Rations,-Fresh Water Dally, I l Army's air power In Its class I I the nomination in the Democratic |, or ten days. She will leave Thurs' called his sIster 'Gay' and his name, and lived up to It, we'd

(For standing only) The Finest I I primary. I day to join him. other sister'Prissy,'And It's had have a better, happier world.
Lodwick left its effect all of 'em," he adds
Lakeland last Nov. on
Mud hut In the Country, for Beds Be generous In ,the purchase of Tho average age of these governors t
16. He has been in England, the with spirit. (Prissy is the old 9eu
and Lone Walks, '
-Bring your fan, Easter Seal and use them to remind -I on the day of their inaugura-
maid In the Hoskins
Mediterranean ,
Good area Greece Italy,
Hunting Ladies
: Welcome others to support this worthy tion is approximately forty-eight
I I Belgium Holland, France, all _- -
Owner and manager was listed as cause of the crippled children. The and eight months. The young- :,I occupied t
Lt William years i Germany, Corsica and Albaniaon A'o. Ill of a Series <.... ., right, I i;j, L n,/< B. Wood. Easter Seals you buy directly help est governor, Park Trammell!, was I i

Had dinner at the Gondola Inn, the unfortunates of your own community 'I only thlrty-aix and the oldest, FredP I I this special mission.

which proved a pleasant place to Buy Easter Seala March Cone aixty-five. Two governorsdied I|I On his first mission he was out !

spitid a few hours If you're not too I 123 I i through April 7 during the 12th in office. Most of the others I I of the country for almost six months l

hungry or in much of a hurry The Annual National Sale for the aid continued as business or professional ,' and flew aome 54,000 miles and I

manager told me that help was almost of crippled children.Gilbert I men, or office holders for visited thirty-one nations. ANOTHER WAY TO LOSE
During the mission
just completed -
Impossible to get. The girl years after the expiration of their I I
he was with the 8th and 9th air
who finally waited on us, we learned ti, rmi as chief executive of the
was living at a local hotel and --I -tatc.The. I I(I forces In the European theater and I
1I i the 12th and 16th in the Mediterranean -'
paying $J a day for a room. I II explanation of the election 1 I $25

Swinging back up state, I topped I Theatre to the governorship: of so many men He also was with all taco '
I I tical air forces at the various bat
for a visit with Senator Wilbur i who were born outside Florida la

King at Zolfo Springs, who was bemoaning J J I I obvious. In 1821 Spanish: Florida I 1 tie fronts In these various areas and

the fact that he hadn't spent considerable time on all the OR MORE
had a small population. Since 1821
II SUNDAY &, MONDAY I battle fronts In the European thea-
been able to find a girl In the county tho United State Territory and the
1 I ter, with the exception of the Russian
who was interested In going to State of Florida has ,tttr.cted thousands ,

Tallana ee as an attache at $6 a ABBOTT & COSTELLO of men and woi.ien from other front. THERE'S NOTHING TO IT. t
lIe was with Gen. Doolittle In !
day they can make more than that states Decade after (cede people
I England, Gen. Mark Clark in Italy,
pecking oranges I can remember lIIove.; fro nor t am. west into I
when legislators used to have hun "IN SOCiETY" the plonn.r country 01 Florida. Gen. Devera of the 6th army group, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO

dreds of applications. 'inn ,>f tlit. e mlmtlni'houaands; 7th American and lit French army, PLACE YOUR CASH OR BONDS IN
Lt. Gen. Patton of the 3rd
At Arcadia found Nate Reece up with I' were leaders whose abilitlia received army, ,

to his earl with work In additionto I' u Ju.t recognition: Ly the citizens of and Lt. Gen Omar Bradley. I A CACHE UNDER THE FIREPLACEOR

the Arcadian, he Is now printing Arthur Treacher Fin ida v

two other publications, the Legionam the n tlve born pal ilatlon of "SUBSTANCE" IS SUBJECT IN THE SUGAR BOWL OR LEAVE

-, for the American Legion and Alaot SWEET SWING <> r ate t. crease,: ,and the percentage AT CHURCHES OF CHRIST, I IT IN A BUREAU DRAWER.

the Florida Veteran, for the Veterans THIS IS AMERICA of those born outside her bound SCIENTIST, NEXT SUNDAY 'I II I I i iI

of foreign Wars. Al Dunham ar.:a 'lccr.joa, r,.ore en more native "Substance" Is the aubject of the I

had to suspend publication of hisArcadia LATE WAREWS Floridians will!\ be elected to 'I Lesson-Sermon which will be read We have just received another set of

Independent for lack of DISNEY;; \MUSICALFRIDAY high office. This Is alroaly taking !n Churches of Christ, Scientist, 1

help. IU has two linotypes and place. throughout the world on Sunday,

nobody to run them. & SATURDAYDON _. -._-- .i i Before 1900 only three of the March 18. Safe Deposit Boxes I II

This Is "cow country" and you .- .- state's thirteen o'aotod -openers The Golden Text 1s, "For ever,

find plenty of those picturesque were natives, but since the turn of 0 Lord thy word Is settled in I

hats In evidence. The Introductionof RED BARRY in I *hi lentury six o' the t'v 'I l were heaven" (Psalms 119: 89). 1 and can now take care of your needs .

tIle .frahnm and the elimination Floiida born Th ptcp!. "r Florida Among the citations which will i along this line

of the tick bave done wonders for "California Joe" however, still give pclltlcal oppurtunlly comprise the Lenon Sermon Ia

the cattle business and Florida can I! to those who .o.c Into he following from the Bible: Use our secure vault space for your f

hold her own with any section whenit the otttto and bo'ome Ol.\tanr'nr! II thy works shall praise thee, 0
C e s valuables at small cost.
conies to producing Grade-A i I citizens."fo.1'rior. Lord; and thy taints shall bless

meat, CalJwcll and lalf of thoe. They shall\ speak of the gloryof .

No one knows of course how "Three Little and i Supreme Co-rt JuiiHru are thy kingdom, and talk of thy KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIGHTERSBUY

many American and British flyers i '' .' In! DiSgra*" 'o ""'uriila and: power; Thy kingdom Is an ever-

received their primary training at Sisters" e", 'I '.h' lc worth '0 hb peoplu, .'asllng. kingdom, and thy dominion WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS I

furUtrom and Door Fields, where I ndureth throughout all generations .
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the Riddle Aeronautical Corporation wi"!'te MARY l. E and u'm 145: 10, 11, 13). ..
(:"4I! far Yep -r ,,.hk{
hare maintained schools! since C'e'-vl W"-me Losson-Selmon also includes

before Pearl, Harbor, but It runs .- lowing passage from the

Into thousands and Arcadia trained MHO NEWS and DmEy \RTOON .m.1)r.t' 'UTII ;an Science textbook, "Scl- OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK

buys have played a mighty big partIn 'b.i.0' .*I1. .. 'VStU and Health with Key to the

all war theatres .., ?.ati! ,''t yes ,urfi"' by Mary Baker Eddy:

At \fau hula. I encountered more '1 r"'N .q'YN) at* .%. A'r. God :II substance and man Is OFFICERSC.

,denee 'of the manpower shortage i He..r U ) vVne: mage and likeness, man

when Mrs, Anyce Smith, who took 1e ','.i. .11; .f tv N lor aid in reality has, 11. McNULTY, President I
mrATIr."T'E'n Vice-Pres. R. B.
MESERVE, VlcPret..
over the Florida Advocate with the .( : ,.. "I l, ..a ice of good, the subo -

panning of Mrs George Goolsby, MfiH"' ." '" .., : .e Spirit not matter The DIRECTORS

greeted mo In overalls and Ink- tl.NF. ON KAttV'ST- MOON" 1 .rs. a (has any other sub- R. B. Meienre J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0. Pearce Allen 'Markham
: I E. M. Mcs r"" C. H. McNulty N. Bay Carroll
hands as she stepped down from AJ.'E" )o .f'.Ir_ '.tt. I not spiritual and

the runnlngboard of her Miehli ''bsr1NATON; 11.1'O" .. < 'to i't Commandment, Phone 15

i I).' God, one Mind"
Over .
press at the Herald office, I r n in>:o I i I" other:

Mr. Kelley} who publishes both the w1' Osasry6t9. :g5:9t.1I:. I'V, m. C-


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IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OP TRIll ceased late of said County, te the ..
Red Cross War Fund Head i NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County Judge Of Okeecbobee County,
FIOUIDA IN AND FOR OKRBCHOBEE Florida, at bis office In tbe court
COI'NTY., IN CHANCERY house of said County at Okeethobee
CASH NO 010 Florida within eight. calendar months
Enlists Full Public Support HAZEL. B DIAMONDPlaintiff. from the time of be first publication Bring Your Cattle and
: of this notice. Each claim or demand
, v.. I shall be In writing, and shall stste
I STANLEY II. DIAMOND the place of residence and post office
f WASHINGTON D. C. Urging neighbors at home In time of natural Defendant 1 address of the claimant and skall be

each American citizen to consider or war-caused emergency. ORDER OF PIIILICATIOV sworn to by the ,claimant agent. or Calves to
It appearing by affidavit to the Bill atorney, and any such claim or demand
} the Red Cross M his personal emissary Mora than 3,000,000 volunteer solicitors nf Complaint In a suit for divorce not so filed shall be void. .
to his serviceman stand ready to aid In local filed In a cause pending In the Circuit MRS. SUSIE AKUUEMU8) ,
particular Court In and for Ok..cbobPft' As executor of the last Will and
collections American
Colby M. Chester, chairman of the la every com (County Florida wherein nnel E Testament of i
munlty. Each will devote his time Diamond Is plaintiff and Stanley Albert 11'. Arrbenles, deeraseC I
1945 American Red Cross War Fund and effort toward reaching the goal II. Diamond Is defendant : tbat diligent First publication January 1., IMS.
campaign, today asked all Americans search and Inquiry hare been I
so that men and women la military made to dlncover the residence of
to give to theIr fullest abilityin service will know the Red Cross "ll ,i said defendant, and the same Is NOTICE |

. support of the 1945 national goal staying right with them right up to set defendantn forth sv I Is a known resident: that of said the Notice Is hereby given that I I

of 200000000. and beyond the day of peace and State of Florida : that his residence shall introduce a bill at the session
"Those of us who must stay at victory," Mr. Chester explained Is -420 North Dixie Highway of I
the 19-15 Florida Legislature
\\pst Palm Bench. Florida; but that providing
home and '
fight by doing our dally Without personal gala or rema'
aid defendant has been absent from
that the of
$11,000 of
I tasks as efficiently as possible," he aeration, the 3.000.000 men and women Inn Mists of Florida for more than sum BARTOW

said "like to feel that though we volunteer canvassers will rep sixty days next proceeding tbe filing Race Track Revenue or other rev-
of this suit nod that there Is no person
are not beside John or Jim or Bob resent 3,756 Red Cross chapter In the state of Florida tbe service enue substituted therefor allocated .

on the battle field/ we do have a per throughout the nation. Seeking from of a subpoena upon whom would bind I to Okeechobee County shall be distributed
sonal ambassador In each Of the ten the defendant : That the last known I
door to door those contribution mailing address of the defendant Is direct to the Board of Pub
thousand Red Cross! workers now which will not be made through tac S. S. Alcoa Pilot P/O Postmaster I

serving with the troops overseas." tory, office, school or theatre each New York, N. Y. U Is therefore Stanley ordered lie Instruction of said county by the '

Opening March 1 and continuing will carry an official identification H Diamond that tbe he said and defendant be Is hereby proper state officials; and providing!

throughout the entire month the card tor the protection of the house required to appear to the Bill of Complaint )' the manner In which laid funds

third Red Cross War Fund will not I holder. For the most part however the filed 2nd In day said of April.cause A.on D.or 104 before !!.- j shall be used by said Board of Pub

only fill intensified needs on advancing I such identification will be unnecessary otherwise the allegations of said Bill lic Instruction.I Daily Cash Market
. war fronts, but will provide because the solicitor will be s of Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
I by said defendant. i TV' J. 1IENDRT
needed services to those who have neighbor or friend. To each co' It Is further ordered that till order I I

returned from action, their families trIbutor, he will give a red. white I be published once a week for RepresentativeNOTICF
their buddies four consecutive weeks In The Okee- _.M_ ___
awaiting transportation and blue window sticker bearing the chohee News, a n'w."operluhU.b.d
overseas, and their friends and well.known OF INTENTION TO MAKE
; Red Cross emblemNOTKK In said County and Stats Al'PIICITIUN .
I Dated this 20th day of February, 01"11RIiF.FOB FIN \Liv Convenient
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-- -- : THE' coi'nr i inlh'p (Circuit Court MPa1PROY
.n'ncl1. oivrrriionni. rni-\.Tv
TOURISTS TIM: NO EXTRA It. RAI'LERilOr.I: i I !''ITAT'OI"'jrji'; : : W "'
\ Is ,' Hint I willIntr"duc I
hereby Klv n Clerk Clrci.t ( ourt.Okeechobee .
TR.IliSon: RETURN HOME: n'lIIl1 In the 1'in' : sisuloii i| Cmtn'v I" InrlrtaBv In re the Estate of )
of the lurlila LeirlKlutiire fixing I the ( Rophronla Pease D. CMarr C. T. WAIKI-lt: ) IN I'ItOB.TF.lIep",1
t inniii>iiniitliii nf the lliinril of fiiunljr )
Snnderfur Sehiilman, '
lo All Whom It
I Ma
<' i.elellera nf okee'holn' > Concern : Courteous
Miami, Mar. 14,-With Spring In ? 111 Attorney for Plaintiff I Nntlie ,Is
Florida. |providing HIP lime and, inethml --' ._- _. herehgiven that I. W. F. ,
the air and the weather moderatingIn of 'pimuent nnil rep Pnllitg nil limn I NOTICEOkterlmltee Walker have flltil im final report as
Administrator of
the estate of C. F.
In mum. ulih\ enid Hill
the North anxious tourists and I Countr ttorlitn \\nlker decinsed
that I
: have filed
.1 "g\ .
Fehrunrv 1911
winter visitors In Floi Ja are Jamming I I\\ Hi i pi i*.i I ymcr is rinitEin .lvR-.; that ,I Inumiiiint I(11'1111011 will appltn for final the dlsrhnrge Honorable and T.V that.

. fall and bus ticket offices :MITHK I IN ISJKI Inns to nf Reitlon I'lnrliln fl of Acts Chapter 1017 I Conely, Tr. County Judge of Okee

Seeking reservations. I ill tio\ In her..by given that I will known as the MrilPHY ACT Riid Inpnrenmtce chobee CnunM,'. I Flnridn I on the 10th Flo Shrink
da\ ofinrt h. of
1t(1! ( for approval
Intrndiuo In In' 1DI3 si'Mlnnnf of
n Hill I of Chapter 2WV Laws
District passenger agent F. B. the I...I'Tliln 1nglHlaturp auther-I: Plorldn Arts nf 1'tll known ns the same nod for final discharge as Ad.
\\tlna tin Hon rd of <'mliiM rmmnlssloiiors EVERGLADES nn.\ISAH7'; PH. mlnlsirntnr of the estate of C. F.
May of the Florida East Coa't Ry. of OklN'l.lloliep l'ouutV. FI'n. TItlCr ACT. the' followlnu di.- Welker, deeenned on this Olio day of
t Mil to pMKMite and ill.llu.r deeds oflotiveyiiMit'H serlbed land situated In EvergladesUrniusge tpbrnarv 10 nW
points out that no extra or special to '"rll"rI'llI'r.. nf District I l In okpechnbc P. W A J.IER.

trains are available for returning real Irol..rly now on'ned l h v said' Countr. t'lnrldti' will he offered for j Admlnlntrntnr C. of the estate of Ho Commission
.' I'onntr of okiwhnhm- virtue of I I mile nt pulille outcry for tlie ulghext deceased.
i tourists and that approximately 60 the provisions nf I'hlll'r'! :2(172.: : LnwH1 mil lust rush bid, Hiiblcrt to the right I 1 -- -- -

\ percent of train U required of riurliln Ad nf 11141 IIH iimoinleil of the Trtipties if tin Internal Improretupnt 'acct( I-:
ipace ,li\' ('hnpter'' 2211711..11\\'e i.f Inrlilii. fund nnd of the Board of'' Notice In henliN. gt\m that I willttitmiliiii .
; .. to care for men In the service \ets uf 1013.'Pier.\ :I smh owner mnkini'lliiitlnn Commissioners of Crerglad. IIrolnall"j n Bill\ In the 1H4.1110:
'"1' | | Hhnnlng I Unit, RIII' 'h lirnp Dlntrlit to reject any and .
:" Only three train. nf I the l-'liirlilu Legislature: rntir>'lng, .
t are running irtwiix llii,, > bllllll..t"II,1 nf mild tip at the Courthouse beginning st 10: dally to New York a* comparedwith I.llf'nlll tit the time title merted t to cluck A. M., on the 10th day of HL'iMNKl" Intirmt.lieiirlng limeiir-
thw (uiiuu'. nr Hint said ,prnpemwas I March l'n As to all parcels of ninlH hv the ('it>. ""'"II'll nf 111'
ten before the war. H.HI ...'il, nIl taxis oxlindidupon 1 i land of ten acres nr more title Illy of okctH'hnbee \o'lurlolll. for thepurpoa
Seaboard Airline officials tinTn Rolls nf stild I'utility' j to one-half of petroleum and three- '' nf mnklnir, innrgimrepairs
I report nnil tim'. |nIII' for nil M-urs fourths nf other 1n11l"rAI.II! he to the nntirMtiin of said 'Ity. .
similar heavy demand for reservations fluent In nnv y ear fur which .lIh..1 roKinoil by Trustees of the Inter. w J. mDiuItiprtm: .
rtlfliali,> wan (muni fur the mil Improvement .'110,1., Easements i .titatlM-
t but state there is no real 'liniment' nf tunes. and milil < for road rlitht of va*' 200 tPtI'lde ,
for atari "wm use acted In goad ftilth and I will he reserved h)' snlil Trustees from CELEBRATING OUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY
cause ;, The Seaboard ,
operates nut IIIK knowledge of am' iirtlflmteoutHtandlng i any parcel through which there Is mi ,
two through trains daily tot I \ until niter sold proper!! existing slate road : nail easement for
mil rtverteil to the Cnuiitv : providing drainage and reclamation and for
New York and the FEC one that for reasonable chnrze to In n,w.wilhv road purpoHes will be reserved and I

: do not require reservations. Passengers the County Commissioners for the fftv percent (:WM of all oil gas and I ELECTRICAL WORK
miinnio nf smb deed and when Club mineral rights will be reserved by the I
are urged to take coach ipplleatlons are 'to hp considered, Board of Commissioners' of EvergladesDralnnge KINGAN & CO.
\\ J. 1 iENDItY.Itepresentativo." .
seats whenever possible. .
Sec Twp RIPe. Acr.
V I Lit 7. lllk 2. Royal Oaks Subdivision
Share the advantages of airmail I LANK I.OIK 1 to 4 Inc. Blk '30 City of
NOTICE IS IIFREBY GIVEN that (Okcerhohce .
with others-use V-Mail. Pursuant to Section 13 ill) Chapter Lots 7 to 10 Inc. 11 and ID. Blk HOUSE WIRING Ft.
jaiiw: laws of Florida. Acts of lull 8. Southwest Addition. Meade Highway Bartew
soil Section 07. Chapter 14717 Lawn Lots 11 and 12, Blk. 5. Southwest I
of Florida Acts of 1031 ns amendedby Addition I .
Section 11. Chapter 20 II... laws of Lot 12 Blk E Wright & Bass
Florida Arts of 1M1. and alsu i>ur. RubnMvlHllonTHI II .
anent to Section 2, 'STFFS: op TUB INHFR- I -- ..
taws of Florida Chrero.f.072 NL IMI'RO\FMEVT FT'NDOF
amended bT Section 1U Chapter 2207K\ THE STATE OF FI.ORBOARD I I
ONE WAYTICKET Laws of .Florlda Acts of 1941 and iD.
Section 44. Chapter 20722. laws of OF COMMISSIONERS I
Florida Acts of 1941 RS amended by OF FVFHOIADES DRAIN. I
Section 2t Chapter 22070 Laws otFlorida. A(5E DISTRICT | /"
Arts of 1W1. the following Br tOY R. ItAI'I.EIIOAII'.nt. I
described lands In Okeechohee County for Trustees of the Internal I ;<; .9_
I Florida to,wit: Improvement Fund and ,
MII"f NEU' of I\'WI4. Sec 20Tr for Board of Commissioners' | I fsy1
'p. 17. II lie. :M5 of Everglades Drainage DIs. I
Led N. Blk 1 Hunt hern Pines S/II. trlct okeeVhobee County,
Slat .f ;Nw4 of I\'EI4. Mec. 211. FlordaNOTICE
Twp. 87 llei' 31:
Lots 1 to 20 luc. Blk JR. Nortb Of INTENTION TO
\\Hnr Adilltlon
Lute 5 nod 0, Blk 17. City of IS IUUEBOI'ES that
Okewhohwt.ot piirsimnt to Section 13 (l li. Chapter
1.'. Blk. 1OT City of Okue. 20n"M: Inrs of Florida, Acts nf 1911, I
II clinliee and Section 117. ( huiitir 14717. Laws
I Will be offered fur sale at public nf Florida. Acts of 1 Ul. as amended ,
hv Siitlnn 11. hapter 20H.1S laws of
outcry for the highest and best csshnlil
.I subject tit the right of the Boned Morlilil Acts of 1'Ml and also purmiiint :
of CY.dmltiloners of Kverulnd: 'a Piiln.fe to Section 42 Chapter 207: .
I P'atrlct. a Mor Board of Cranks! Laws of Florida Acts nf 1941 usami
oiiiiliin.lot.erH. if Okeecbobee n, niitTI 'tided nr Section II Chapter J2II70IIIT.S .
.'lor da' to relief aujr and all tills. at of Flnrldn. Act of 1(11. and "I l"" r
the Courthouse hrirlnnlui at 10:00 Section 44 Chapter 2 u.i..lock A.If. on the Itttb day of Florida' Act of 1'HI! ns ami'itiled hI '
for dralnuRB Section, 21. Chapter 22U7U. Lnws "fHi.rl.la
April. 1945.! Easement
rood Acts uf Jill. the folloulitgidsi
and reclamation and purposeswill .
lands In keechube (nunty.
be reserved and fifty perient(50t
rlorlda, t.\\ lt .
of nil oil and mineral :
( ) Has
lot 21. Blk S, Buss Subdivision
1i rights BOARD will also OF be reserved COMMISSIONER: Lot 7 and r.J,(, of I.ot 8. Blk. 140
UKA1NAGGDISTRICT ; : City of Okeecholieelots
OF :
i ID and 17, lilk. 103, City of ,
OkeechobeeLot ,
r.. BCmiD and OF COUNTY COM. 0 Blk. 4, Southern Pines Addition i

BEG; COUNTY FLOUIDA Lots 4, 5. 0 and 'B, Blk. 2, Royal

Vt Clerk ROY of It.tbe UAULE.ISUN.Circuit fourt of Oaks 12. SubdlrlslnnLot Blk. 208, City of Okee I

OkeiTbobee County. Florid, chobee Blk 20 Conners Highlands
lot 5 ,
as agent for snld Boards SubdlrlKlonM4

By Sopbronla Pease Clerk of NW'4" of NWH of 811:%.
Deputy See 20 Twp 37. Kite 31
Lots 1. 2. S. S and 8. 01k. B,
I NOTICE Southern I'Ines Addition
Okexrhobec County Florid. will be offered for ante at publle outcry .
March 10. 1'MI! : for the highest and best cash bid
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that subject to the right of the Board of
I (Pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
t'421)0) Laws of Florida Acts of 1U37. District and/or Board of Cousty
known as the 1IUKPHY ACT. and In Commissioners of Okeechobee County
pursuance of Chapter 2003X: Laws of rinrldii to reject Any and all bids. .
florlda Acts of I'M.' known as the at the Courthouse beginning at 10 on '
i LVKKOfAPES DRAINAGE DIS.fltlCT o'clock A. M. on the lOtn dsy of 11lo
ACT the following described March 1043 Easement for drainage
laud situated In Eterglndes Drainage and reclamation and' mail piirposis 4 THAN TRANSPORTATION
District In Okeechobee County Flor- will be rexerred nnd fifty percent
Ida will he offered, for sale at public (doof I nil oil vas and mineral
t outcry for the highest and best cash rights will also he reserred.HOARD ..
bid subject to the right of the Trust OF COMMISSIONFHSOF : While the Seaboard Railway's primary for the upbuilding of a greater South.
('s of the Interim) lmpro\ttnenf Fund E\FRfiADES DRAINAGE
H other enthusiastic
function is provide the public with adThere
and' of the Board of rnnimfsslnners of DisruiciBOHD to are many

l\erglailoi Drainage District to reject and equate transportation service,our interest builders in states served by Seaboard rails
J .
any and all bids, at the Courthouse.l OF COUNTY COMMIssiONriH '
l finning nr 10 00 o'clock A. M. en the OF OhFKUIOBFE extends beyond the mere carrying of pas. Chambers of Commerce, newspapers,
10th tiny of April 1043! As to all COUNTY FIOHIDX.
lands outside the corporate limit of By ROY It. HAt'I.ERsoN. sengers and freight. government agencies, power companies,

any municipality, as of thin ,date Clerk of the Circuit Court The Seaboard family likes to think of merchants, manufacturers farmers and
ofI' title to one halt of all netrollum and Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
'j Your purchases ihr. .fourths uf other minerals will Okeechobee County. .Florida the Railway as an integral part of the community others. It is a genuine pleasure for us to
'>.. resarvsd bv Trustee of the Inter I as agent for said Boards
ar Bonds make the mil Improvement Fund : If Innils are By SOt'HROMA PEASE. life as a builder for the future. work with all these agencies and individuals

this within date said the corpontti renervntlon limits applies as. but of Deputy Clerk It is a matter of great pride to us that our for the economic betterment of the

''II'" journey possible prlvluge tu explore mine and devel- NOTICE TO ('RYIOITO" friends and neighbors in the territory reSouth.. This will continue to be one of
(1011 Probate Act Bars. IK, 120)
ape will be i'ondiicteil on and under
Independence for our lands only with the cotment tJ( IN THE COURT (,IF 'Till! COUNTY! gard the Railway in that light. For many our principal objectives in the future.
the surface owner Eauemcnt for JUDflB OKEECI'OBEB: COUNTY. worked
nil right of wny 'DO) feet wide will i'LOIUDA. IN I'ltOB.VIE years, the Seaboard tirelessly
A'df/on and oppressed 'IID reHervod by acid Trustees from In re: Fstnte of )
my parcel tbroiiKh which there la an Albert 11'. Arrhenlos,)
aiming stnte malt and easement for Deteasedl w Q
peoples today. Financial drnltiage and rerlnmatlon and for I To All Creditors flnd Pemons Hating
| road purposes will be reserved by the Claims or Damauds Against Said
independence for I IU..o rol of iiiiulHiilouera Everglades!: Estates
I ( DlHtrlct I You and each of yon are hereby
II'' 10 ft of lot 3. lilk. Y. South notified and required to preaunt any
y 'ill torr." "/. Oken-hohev. claims and ileinnn'ls which you or l
Lot 1. Blk A. Wright's Second I I either of ;you may) bare against the usu
Addltloaiin..l. estate of Albert F. Arrhenlus, ,de7oRellav. -
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for Trusieis' nf the Internal' Im.
provemi Fluid and for Bnaril' 66 Buy More WARFRIDY BONDS
of rnmniliitoiiprs of Everglades c
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