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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: May 25, 1945
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_ 49 ".- Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May_25,1945_ __ .__. Price Five Cents
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News of Our BoysIn FC CONDUCTED ER.\L: SERVICES FOR WERE DR. F. E Sgt. Carl Stello CATTLE SMALL SALE YESTERDAYWAS DUE TO NEW Large Crowd Bought Many Bonds at

REGULATIONS OF THE OPA I

Various Camps RAMBO -HERE WEDNESDAY I At Home After Rally in Park Saturday Afternoon;

The cattle sale at the Okeechobee

At Home & Abroad at'Funeral the Okeechobee services were Baptist conducted church> I Months Overseas Livestock was Market the smallest yesterday yet held afternoon by. Many Prizes Awarded to Purchasers


Wednesday morning at ten o'clockfor I the present operators, Burdick & .

Mis Emmanuel! Haze lief receiveda Dr. F. E. Rambo, who died at Sergeant Carl Stello arrived In Carson. Plenty of buyers were on op, II -' : If there was anybody In Okee

letter this week from her husband the Fort Pierce hospital Monday.Dr. Okeechobee lest Friday and It hand but the producers had only i! THE GAD FLY chobee county missing from the

Private Emanuel Hazellef, In I spending thirty days here with his ninety-three head of cattle for sale. ', bond rally on Saturday afternoon,

which he says he has recently been Allen W Graves, pastor of the parents, Mr. and Mrs K. E. Stello, In discussing the matter with:', It was not discernable Cars jammedthe
Robinson, First Baptist church of Fort Piercewas i By Marjorie D. Wallace curbs and people J jammed the
transferred from Camp Sr. Sergeant Stello has been In the both buyers and producers duringthe !

Ark., to Ft. McPherson, Ga., where In charge. Members of the Army for the past forty-two months sale It was the general opinion I The Okeechobee band Is something park and the surrounding streets.

ha is now stationed Okeechobee Lodge of Masons, of and has spent nearly three years that the low sale was due to the to be proud of folks. If you It was a great get-together for a
which he was a member, attendedthe don't and do whatever Is
of that tlmo In England, France and fact that thousands of slaughter get busy great cause.
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Raulerson services in a body. After the Germany. I houses and Individual slaughterers necessary to keep that wizard, Prof. Band music and auctions were

cf Basslnger have received a letter services the body was carried to i After he completed his training k In had been forced to suspend operations M. 0. Kent In town to continuehis the main attractions, after the

Jack Hauler- Fort Pierce where it was put aboardthe I I really wonderful I work with prancing horses had been paradedby
from their son, Lieut. this country Sgt. Stello was sent to for the present on account of !

ion, In which he says he is now Florida East Coast train and I England he was stationed the ruling of OPA on Monday of these boys and girls, then I will their proud owners, and then
was carried to Greencastle, Ind, for know that something Is true whichI shade
recuperating from a wound he re- with the Ninth Air Force for many this week. parked In the of the trees, or

lived In Germany on April 12. At I burial, Jack (otur accompanied the I months. After the Invasion of It is expected that this conditionwill have been suspecting for some ridden by twos and -threes through'

present he is In an army hospital I I body on the trip hark to the old France lest year he was sent to the I clear up probably in time for time that the biggest share of the parks, followed by their faith-

In Wales and hopes to be able' to'' liu e. I Continent of Europe where he was the sale next Thur day. civic pride and enterprise in Okee- Ful canine friends. Jeeps toured the

return to his home at Basslnger in I --v-- placed In the 63rd Disarmament V chobee died with Bill Page. streets under the skillful hands of

about I I II Musically speaking, the band has white-clad sailors with loads of
thirty days Robert E. Lee Is Squadron This outfit followed the
'I I imesloft forces and checked and i' Lions Installed made remarkable progress. To report shouting youngsters having the timeof

Eadmin 0. Wallace, QM 3/c, is made inventories of all captured II i ii a few of the outstanding Improvements their lives. People with money In

home on a thirty day furlough\ Released From i equipment which was mostly In un1 i 1 Mew Officers at I -the counter work by their hands cluttered around the

after a siege at Okinawa, where he dirground factories. he trombones In the marches Is bond table like bees in a swarm

had from the I fine: the trumpet section has gained Everybody was having a good time.
narrow
a very escape German Prison : At the time he left Germany j
casualty list. Like all other men (April 23)) he was stationed at LudwlgBhavcn I II Recent MeetingThe clarity and exactness: the one The day was perfect Bidding for

returning from the Far Eastern I Germany, and was on i new saxaphono adds a surprising the various articles\ In the auction

front, he says that the jap Is a far Mia Jasper Lee n-iuvcd, the following the Atlantic headed for home when amount of mellowness, but the band sale] was brisk and goodnatured.Bonds .

more cruel and crafty fighter than letter from her son Robert I Germany surrendered Upon his return Okiiihobee Lion Club held,j needs about three: the clarinet sec were sold. Plenty of bonds.

people In the States realize, and that E. LIP who has been a prisoner of I to this country he landed In an installation of officers and La- tion is getting better, but is not That, of course, was the object of

tough Job dies Night combined on Thursday strong enough yet for perfect bal the affair, but it does harm
It Is going to be a long, war In Germany tftnce February I New York on May 13 at Wharf.No. no to

to bent Japan by frontal assault. 104.4 lie was captured In the fighting 11, which was. the same wharf he night May 17, at the club building.The ance either more clarinets are get a bit of fun along with one'l
I retiring president, Dr T. T.I needed, or the section must blow bond buying
in Italy. Following is his let i had departed from when he started
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wright recelvetl ter: across lie was then sent to Camp'' Coleman, presided Opening the harder. Laurens Reeve' work on the Mayor Raulerson and R. B. Mes-

from their meeting with "America" and the bass horn is really exceptional. The erve acted auctioneers
a letter this week e e e as using the
Shanks, N Y., and then to Ft. McPherson -
ion Eugene Wright, F 2/c. In It May 7, 1945 Ga., and then to Okeecho pledge of allegiance' to the flag, the cymbal adds a professional note, public address system to make them

hi stated his boat took part in the !Mrs Jasper Lee, bee. When his thirty I days are up members and guests sat down to a and, .alike Barber's handling of the selves heard over the buzz of con

Invasion of Iwo Jlma by landing Fort Drum, Florida he will report to the Allocation bountiful fried chicken dinner. Dr. adare'drum is very good The bass versation and laughter. Many use.

troops on It. This was Eugene's Dear Mom: Center at Miami where he will again Coleman Introduced the guests from drum la as regular as clockwork. ful or unusual or beautiful articles

first time in action, and he says I haven't heard from yeu since I be assigned for duty.In Pahokee and the local guests, and The intermediate horns are still a had been donated by merchants and

there was plenty of It on the Island, was captured by the Germans on I discussing his reassignment, 'Ir the Lion Tailtwister, Gilbert Cul- bit fuzzy at times, but there has Individuals;, and the amount of the

too Eugene lion a troop and supply February 16 of ]last year. I wroteto Sgt. Stello said that he had auffl- breath, kept the fun going by finingthe been a lot of Improvement in their bidding seemed to bear not the

ship in the Philippines. a lot after I Lions for real and fancied of. technique. Prof. Kent now has his slightest relation to the value of
you got to Germanybut clent points to let him out of the ,
received r fenses.An organization to the point where he the article being knocked down at
I don'tknow
no answer. arr'y now but that due to his
special address on Llonism and whatIt can throw In expression and modulation the moment. A wave of rapid-fire
Office United what was but it makes
Public Relations wrong rating he would not be able to
stands for was given by G. M. In tone and fempo, which lids would sweep across the crowd,
difference
no I
State Army In Europe-(Special to now. get out at the present. /
Belk of Pahokee, and Dr. Coleman means all the difference betweenan as catching as the measles, and the
Okeechcbee News-T/Sgt. Edward Mom, you will never know how I He said that as his outfit went
J two readings, patriotic and amateur and a professional per- lucky high bidder would ask "What
R. Bass has been awarded the happy I was when I saw that little through France, the Low Countries I; gave one ,

Bronze Star Medal for meritorious Jeep come over the hill into the and Germany It was a terrible light one humorous dialect during the mormance. did I get ?" Well they aU ,got a
evening.The This band Is the most Important take in victory, share In America
s, service In connection with military village where the Germane were to look at the destruction that had a ;
officers Installedby single thing in Okeechobee. It Is and the safest \h.
In 1 shed first those new were Investment In
operations against the enemy holding us. tears for the taken place In places. In
Ger time in I have been free Frank Roiell director of the Pa. teaching the young people more world today.
France, Belgium, Holland and years. a some towns and cities they passed
hokee Lions Club he assistedby that the trick of holding down keys Those
March for four days and I think 1 said all ; was who contributed articles
many from June 10, 1944, to man am rough he practically were
the in the world.At laid Mr. Belk, who read to each officer and controlling breath. They are for ,the auction were the Fair Store,
1, 1945, In which he served as Com happiest man flat by the Invading armies j
In turn the list of this duties learning co-operation, discipline, application Okeechobee
munication Chief. Sgt. Bass Is the the present time I am at an and that It will take many years to \ County Bank, Markham
The president Ii Allan Markham of effort, the joy of self- brothers J.
new D. McCarthy
Ion of Mrs Angeline Baas of Okee airport In Germany waiting to go rebuild the damage If it can ever Grocery,
first E. J. Wilson expression in music, poise beforean
chobee, Florida. to France. After a very short stay be repaired vice-president, Clayton Grocery, Denmark Furniture

there I'll go to the States Ill Sgt. Stello said) that the Statueof \ second vice-president, W, I, audience, pride in achievementand Co., Hunt Brothers, Gilbert

communicate with you at every Liberty was the best looking girl Lawson, secretary-treasurer, K. E. the importance of hard work. Culbreath, Lamb's Cafe, Alto Wat-
Western Pacific, May 15, 1945 Stello, Tail Twister, Gilbert Cul Fundamentals of good character are ford, S. R. Raifsnider, Meserve
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chance. I know it won't be long he had ever seen when he arrived
Mr. Bryant Bowden, breath Lion Tamer F. F. Burr. The being painlessly instilled Into their Hardware,
Scharfschwerdt Hard.
I'll be home. Give love
my to ev In New York and he hoped he would I
Okeechobee, Fla. board of directors lIT, T. Coleman souls along with notes and time
eryone. Thank God for my release. never again have to look her In the ware, Z. K. Williams, Park DrugStore e
Dear Editor: Love, Bob face. Paul Burdeshaw, T. H. Nix and Paul and technique. What they are learning Wise Grocery, A & P Store,
I am writing you a few lines to Robbins will go with them to the end
Raulerson Department Store Okee-
(Pfc. Robert E. Lee) I ,
say that I am well and o. k. and OLD FASHIONED BOX SUPPERThe Group singing was led by K. E., of their days, and It Is all good. chobee Cattlemens Association, Ma

hope all the people of Okeechobee Stello, and accompanied, In lieu ofa At the Rotary club the band played ther Furniture Store, Florida Power
are enjoying fine health.I -Cpl. James H. Hancock of Okee Odd Fellows and wives of I '
several always
piano, by Mom and Pop Wallace lively marches, the and Light Co., Prof. C. M. Williams,
sure have been enjoying your chobee, Florida, Is now serving with Okeechobee will sponsor an old I beautiful Missouri Waltz, and i
on accordion and tenor mando'a.Guests R. A. Burgess, Mrs. Robert' Mack,
paper and I am always looking for the 70th General Hospital of the fashioned box supper at the Lions I from Pahokee were Mrs Let the Rest of the World Go By i Ellis Candy Co? and the Wisteria.The .

it in the mail as my wife sends i It Peninsular Base Section. The unit Club building on Friday night, June I Only the rest of the world didn't
H. C. Graham, Mrs J. M. Elliott, tabulation of bond sales to
to me air mail and it Is not but a was the nearest general hospital to 1. The committee In charge of arrangements ; by-It stopped Its cars outside
{ Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Keen and Mr go date at the bank I. given herewith.
few days old when I receive it. the Fifth Army front lines It has Is planning a full even- I and enjoyed the music
and Mrs. Marshall Lair. The post office has sold between
I have been reading about some had almost two years of overseas Ing of fun and a good time for all 'j
I' V Some of. the members of the bane $2,000 and $3,000 in bonds.
of the boys who are home or have service present, both and old.
young I are seniors and will not be here Rotary Club . . ... .$3,125
been at times and I know they Sponsored by St. Louis University There will be several valuable SGT. J. Y. YEOMANS BACK
next year, but there will be a Girl Scouts . . . 3,785
were glad to get back to "Chobee"for of St. Louis, Missouri, the medicaland prizes given away. The lady whose AND DISCHARGED AFTER
I neucleus of trained young people Masons .. . .. .. .. 1,100
it seems as though it doesn't dental officers, with the ex box sells for the highest price will FOUR YEARS OF SERVICE
around which a new band can be Cattlemen . .. .., .. .. 1,825
make any difference where you are ception of a few replacements, are be given a nice price, also a prize
i built and as the band acquires its Lions Club . . . 1,500
there just Isn't any place like "Cho members of the faculties of the will be given for th.,. home made After four years and two months
own Instruments and builds up a Eastern Star . .. 100
bee", for everyone Is so friendlyand medical and dental schools of this cake that brings the highest price. in the army of which he spent 19 H
music library, Its influence and Band _. . . . .. 25.
cooperative.I university, and the nurses were obtained The high spot of the evening will month overseas, Staff Sergeant J.
I training will be a permanent asset YW . . . . . 60
also read where you people are from the various hospitals in be a beauty contest The girl receiving W. Yeomans was discharged last
to the school and the community, Bank . . .. . 14,100
cleaning up the town and that the St. Louts and vicinity, The enlisted the most votes will\ receive week from the army. He was discharged .
I touching successive groups of Impressionable making a grand total of $25,600.00.Mr. .
water plant Is being fixed all over personnel represent all sections of a handsome prize, so come on, boys I at Fort McPherson Georgia :
people with the V
again, so I guess we will still have the United States The unit was or. and boost your favorite girl. I I After his discharge Sergeant Yeoman I young
I magic of personal music .
and
the best water In the itate as we ganized by Colonel] Curtis H. Lohr, All receipts of the evening will returned to Okeechobee and he Mrs. Amos L. Hazellef
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always have.I MC, who Is Its executive officer. be used to purchase war bonds and I and Mrs. Yeoman left together for "Personal music" might easily be announce the arrival of a baby boy

can't say just where I am butI The 70th General Hospital was the public II cordially Invited to I Arcadia Tuesday morning where lost In this day of ubiquitous radios, born at the Fort Pierce hospital
unless our children are given the ,
will tell you this: as for now my activated at the O'Reilly General come and bring a box of good they will make their future home. Monday morning He has been

job consists of making fresh water I Hospital, Springfield, Missouri, on '! things to eat and let'i all have a Sgt. Yeomans' home Is at Fort Og- opportunity to know the joy ot named Amos L. Hazelief, Jr.
making their own harmonic noises
out of salt water which sometimes September 1, 1942. In December of !1 good time together and help put den. Mrs. Yeoman was formerly

Is contaminated. I use a chenlcal I I the same year the unit was trans. Okeechobee county over the top In Miss Aletha "Walker of Okeechobee, The piano lessons are fundamentally Mr and Mrs. John Brantley and

test and so far we have about the j ferred for intensive training to theI I the Seventh War Bond Drive and V Important, but there is far more son Johnnie and daughter Barbara

best water of any. ship in the fleet. Harmon General Hospital at Longview we can feel proud to know that we enjoyment, character development Jean of Clewlston were week end
I I Mr. and Mrs: Elburn Platt arrived and Incentive In playing
Well, I must close, ai I have to Texas, and went overseas to did our part in helping to lick the group guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wright -
j In Okeechobee Wednesday morning The better the all-over effect of'
and
go on watch at the distilling plant North Africa In September 1943. Jape and the time will\ soon come I family
and are spending thirty days course, the better for the listener,
which makes the water I was talking Cpl. James H. Hancock, who Is that our boys will\ return home.
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. but even If the blow in mae
|i youngsters personal music the touch of
about. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Han Remember the date, Friday night j I a
cock J. C. Platt. Elburn Ii in the Navy sweet and It cornea out sour, the ter hand at training and instilling
of Okeechobee
Wishing you and the "Chobee"people Florida, entered June First.
and has been In service with the discipline and the reward
the best of health. the Army at Camp Blending He V are sure, coherence and stimulating both effort .
Your friend, has been overseas since August Mrs Phil Cason returned to her Atlantic Fleet until he reached New and the happiness, and the harmonyof and enjoyment In the perform.

Alto Watford, Jr. 1943. Before entering the military home here Sunday from the Good York. After his thirty day furlough soul which la true harmony no ers, you have an unbeatable and infinitely

service he was a farmer. Samaritan Hospital at West Palm Is up he does not know where he matter how' many dissonances result precious combination You

Peninsular Bue Headquarters, Beach where she underwent an operation will\ be sent but expects to be at the other end of the horn. have, In short, Prof. M. 0. Kent and

Italy-(Special to Okeechobee Newt Advertise iii The News for appendicitis. shifted to the Pacific. When you add to this value of your own band.

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Comm., April . 125.00 BRETHREN LADIES AISEW ;
Oi)1u't'd 1 tthNt [u Okeeehobee News, printing 4.00 II FOIl WAR RELIEF Rotarians VereEntertained From where I sit..fy Joe Marsh.

Union's Ice Delivery, _

Published Every Friday by the coupon books . . 2.001,j: The Lattice Aid of the Church of by

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- <\ W. Illlllard cemetery wk. 6.7S' the Brethren met In the home of 't Dan Gets His

bee, Okeechobee County. ,- Florida, lulI'mlni' Bird Tress, ptg. 82,501 I Mrs John Draughon on Thursday, Band TuesdayThe (f Culpin i

BRYANT BOWDEN .. : .. Editor I Dixie Cattlemen's Ass'n, |!I May 17th at 2 p. m. to continue 4 Second Wind

I It. cemetery supplies . 83.80 their sewing for tho war relief. The I ,

Rntered n* iwond rlne matter July Withholding Tax Fund, devotional was In charge of Mrs : Okeechobou band played for I .
lUll at the Pout Office In Okeerhn. I John Droughon and the business I[
taxes withheld, April 14.50 the Rotary elute at their meeting on
hoe Fla., nnder Act of h'. 8, IKTffl. Dan CuI pin got his plowing done was done. lie stopped to rest-
._ City of Okeechobee, water 83.25 I meeting was held by Mrs H. P. '' Tuel -- ---------- in record time this year lie was and he never got his
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I Western Union, Apr. service ..80I Garner. The next meeting will beat j see the Gad-Fly column. The Rotarians "
his wind.
I I sitting on porch, enjoying a
00 ether Fern Co., jail 88.80 the home of Mrs. C. W. ItlUiard enJoyed the of varied
One Year In advance.$2 sup ;I program well-deserved glass of beer, From where I sit, there's amoral
Six Months In advance 1.00 lIi .75
Three. Month in advance. .. Co., supplies . . 71.13 ont were: Mrs Will Walker, Mrs Since the members absent at the |I had over an acre to go. been working hard to win this
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meeting
.Tipnillnir notices In loent coTurans, 10 Inter-County up I It burned Bob up, seeing: Dan wur. A little rest mny look awfully
ei'ifn a line, Itntes for rtlm>l II, silverttnlTig April service . . 11,38 Mrs < '. W. Milliard Mrs Robert I the. 100 percent attendance 1 Is still relaxed while he worked So tempting. Hut by keeping

I' nilvirtUlnu.fiiruUheil mi 2 applleatlon.rent. each l'loee word- 1 1Iflnl :V. O. Stewart, attend.. Co. La Martin, Mr, John Diaughon and unbroken. To sustain this remark- he'd stop and have a glass of going, by never letting up, wo

per Innertlon All Itemii regnrillng en- Cor, .m., April . . ".00 Mrs. Curtis WriishtI I able record now In existence for 'ld'r-lInll make out that lie waif con count on setting our second
for profit are
ohnn.-i.nhle terprKM conducted nt advertising rates. Roy Scouts of America, don. 50.00 I -- -- --V'Woman's -- three months the members are willing In no hurry anyway."And wind flint will overcome weariness -

Ad..llolntr hills are payable on the T. W. Conely, Jr. I Ir to go to considerable expense that was the trouble," and ECO us through: to Vic

lot of onoh month. Parties. unknown to I'' coroner's fee . . 21.10 : Society and trouble, and the Rev. W. R. I.-* explained to me. "I kept ont tory. .

piihllghers required to pay In advance Florida Tower & Light Co., Howell was given a rising vote of iig: till I got my second wind; Q\P 111 A'1

I' April service . . . 12.75 r Met on Tuesday i appreciation for his trip to Fort I and saved my rest until the job Of/\; ; tt

Go Commissioners T J. Simmons, cemetery wk. 42.50 Pierce club by bus and taxi to keep

Okee. lldw. A Furniture the record Intact.J. .
Afternoon 17th No. 118 o/a Series Copyright 1945, United Stalct Drtutrt foundation
1 Co, supplies . . . 20.80 D. Northwooil, chairman of the -
Transact BusinessIn '
The II. & W. B. Draw Co., magazine committee, reviewed the ,

supplies . . . 1-03 current copy of The Rotarian --

( Regular! Session I Photostat Corp., supplies. 115.68at' The Woman's Society of Christian Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., read a
Methodist church met
:\ 'onal Agricultural Supply Service of the letter from the Rotary club at

I{ Co, supplies, Co Agent 6.00 Tuesday afternoon, May 22nd. Slithero, England, to the Okeeeho
The Board of County ('uiiiinisslon-) I The devotional service was led by
I. N. McMullen, erecting bee club: many letters from clubs

ere of Okeechotiee County met in I windmill . . . 75.00 Mrs D. R. McNeil! taking as her In other countries have been received D

regular setmon on Monday, May 7 East Coast Paper Co., topic, "At the Door of the Home" by this club since Its Inception & yir IS HOT

at 10 a. m. 2 cases paper towels . 8.50 The program theme, "The Sanctity emphasizing the International

Present were C. E. Drawdy, chair. of the Christian Home", was character of Rotary. "* V'LOCATED ON THE LEFT

man; Commissioners Mobley, Chap. $2,094.30FINE thus appropriately Introduced. Mrs I Nathan Zc'menoviti' spoke of the

man, Swain and Walker; Sheriff N. & FORFEITURE FOND Link in a most Interesting talk, new OPA order stopping all butchering SIDE/

0. Stewart and Clerk Roy R. Rau. contrasted Christian homes In America of meat locally, which will
lerson. Dr. F. 1'. Maupal examining China, India, Africa and I /T Mt731
Mr. Ardnt . . . .$ 8.00 Latin America. work a great hardship not only on 06 II" My ?
The minutes of the meeting held I the some 20,000 butchers affectedIn
Waffle Shop, feeding jury 13.60 During the business meeting MNOW 00
during the month of April were read the state, but on their customers,
and approved.The Thomas Cafe, feeding jury 14.23Roy plans were made for the study of and the club voted to send telegrams -
R. Ruulerson, cost "The Word of Ills Grace" book
financial statement showing a
bills, April . . . 88.40 Casten J. Harrell of protest to Washington and ..
balances as of April 30 was presented by and It was to the Florida senators .4
follows Mary Schulman, conviction decided to begin this study on the
as : R. B. Meserve that rIt's
fees, April . . . 35.00T. reported somewhere .
fifth
General Fund .2169.76 of June, at three In the '
around $20,000 in bonds had
W. Conely, Jr., docket 1'
Fine & Forfeiture Fund 6,554.24 noon.A atter'l been bank and M. .r'te' rir
bought at the C.
tues, April . . . 54.00 ;
Road & Bridge Fund . 6,396.76 beautiful letter from Pitts said that an additional $2000or
N. 0.
Agricultural Fund 205.31 Stewart chel Crozier and Miss Cornelia C roller more had been sold at the post
cost bills, April ., . 330.23
Outstand. Indebtedness F. 874.44 now living in West Palm I office.

Race Track Fund 31, 50.81 Beach, was read in which they enclosed Four members were absent, and

1940 Gen. Refund. Fund 25,732.09 $ 493.50 $20.00 as a Mother's Day there were no guests aside from the

Report of marks and brands for ROAD & BRIDGE FUNDS. memorial to their mother, a former mer'bers of the band.k .

Districts No. 2 and 4 were reportedand C. Paige, gas & oil, beloved member of the WSCS whose V always a pleasure to do business withus

ordered Mod In the office of I Dlst. 5. . .. . . .$ 10.67 Interest In missionary work was Put every dollar above the for friendly service and moderate pricesare
the clerk of the circuit court. 0. K. Garage & Machine deep and unflagging throughout her necessities of life Into War

Report of the County Welfare] Shop, repair on truck 4.00 life. This money will be placed, Bonds. Payroll Savings Is the order of the day. .

Board for the month of April was I L. A. Smith, labor . . 4400 therefore, in definite missionary the best means of doing your

received and ordered filed In the I Wade Walker, labor . 15.00 channels to her honored memory. best In helping your sons and
office of the clerk of the circuit Boree Lumber Co. The social hour was In charge of friends on the fighting! fronts. Figure
supplies, It out yourself.
court. all districts . . . 776.68C. Mrs P. P. Evans and Mrs W. E.

The following resolution was Introduced W. Billiard, labor . 38.23 Potter, hostesses from the Belle DENMARK'SPhone I
OTICE INTENTION TO
and read in full and Bennett circle. OF
upon Ruble Bass, gas & oil, Dist2 3.00R. SI.1.1. I.AMI

motion of Comm. Walker, secondedby E. Hamrick, labor . 15.00 Those present were Mrs H. H, iiiimuant NOTICE to IS Hert IIKUEUV!Ion 15 GIVEN(O. Chapter'joins that l
Comm. Swain, was duly: adoptedby Withholding Tax Fund, taxes Raulerson, Mrs W. B. Jennings : lnwe of Klorlclii Art of 11)41. I ISIs

the following vote: withheld April . . .90 Mr,. Nathan Zelmenovitz, Mrs Bryant nt nail Florlol".t.wfliiii 117.. ClmntiT of I'l.'ll.: 11717 ns. niuemluillij Laws,
Yeas: Comma Chapman, Mobley, Bowden Mrs. D. W. Cnssel, Mrs. ,, Si'i'llon\ 11, Chnptor' LWW.; l.nws ofI
Archie Lamb, labor . 18.00I I'I'Tl.luctn of lull and also purml I
Swain Walker and Drawdy.RESOLUTION 1 J. Simmons labor . 78.10 J. A. McNeil: ;Mrs Omar Hunt Mrs.P. In $..,tlon 4J. Chapter
I Lnns if Flo.IIII11 of ) 2U722.\\
|' Payroll, Dist. 3, labor . 131.75 P. Evans Mrs. R. E. Link, Sirs unleaded, lij. Si-illon\ I'l.\ Clini'ti-r 22D7U.
H. A. Proctor Mrs W. E. Potter area of Flurlllct.. of IIII:!. nail,
Whereas, the Directors of the Payroll, Dist 1, labor . 23.00 Vision 4-1. Clmitor :::1I72 Laws of
< I O. K. Garage & Machine MM. W. A. Lawson Mrs. F. W. "'I..rldlAd." nl' I'.Hl, im uini-iiilei hriirllon
< Ate Association of County Comr
,Kronen together with the Legls- I Shop, gas & oil, Dlst. 3 39.11 Hun'phries, !Miss Flora Belle Hum "'lurliln.. 21.Ailt Chapter of' 1'h:'J'M'a,' fnliiiuliiK I.iiws of it' LOT Little?
phries" Miss Jo Parrish, Mrs W. R. 01 l< ., .II'd In lull In Okitchulire County a or a
ln'ue; Group of said association l'lurlllto.wlt:
I Howell and Mrs. D. R. McNeil.
I la-e seen fit to Introduce in the, $1,202.89 Lull 0 01., Ulk. lUll, City of Okeo- .

u'lalature, emergency legislation to I AGRICULTURAL FUND tills i'huliee 3 to 8 I Ise? Illk. A, Oheecho- Seven billion dollars the quota for individuals
l 10.. enacted for I vvvvvvvvvvvvGilbert hen lii-vvliinmvnt. l Co's 8/l
period of three
a
J. S. Underhill, recordingfees I Lot I. Illk. rut. Suiiili Okewholiee in the 7th War Loan makes quitea
Sears. extending from July 1st, 1945 J April . . . .$ 80.00 Lull, Illk. II), South Okeuclmhee
giving tho several counties the !"ols! 3 k 0, Illk. 1>7, City of okeeI.iiU heap of money.
pro. Clifford ,
I Boylve Hilary, TheatreSUNDAY rhobre'
,i' nit, on one cent of the Four Cent April, Co. Agent . . 124.00 I to 10 lire, I'.lk. 49, City ofllkrrrhobre
'
(.a. Tax that Is now going to the'' Withholding Tax Fund, N. 40 ft. loll 17 to 26 Inc, Blk. 49, I' It's a bigger loan than ,Uncle Sam has

,State, Road Department. The pro- taxes withheld, April . .10 & MONDAY Luis('1iv' I of to 11 Ok"'ehol..e Inc., leas lot 8, Blk. needed yet.
I II In '
U of said cent to be divljud I
There being no further business, -- .- --_ - 311. City of Okeethubee
I II
ong the counties according to the board adjourned loin Ok"'N'hoh 12 anil 13 Illk. CO City of i,'

I emulation' area and contributions I'' V CAREY GRANT and r..t 11. Illk. 130, City of Okeechobee To put it over, each one of us will haveto

:for State road construction as pro. DR I., W. \UTIX HOME RAYMOND MASSEYIn l.nti nik. HI. Wright's First Ad. scrape up MORE cash-buy BIGGER
I'd in illtlonI
"(.I" Chapter 15659, Acts of
AFTER ABOUT THREE \EAUS I ."i,u :3. Illk, in ItlvpriMc I'arkd,\. bonds than ever before.
1 which
\11.
\ three
factors have since l l.ntii .1 & 4, Illk. IIS; City of Ukoe- N
SPENT: AT ARMY HOSPITALS .
J :' 'I have been tho basis of pron ehubee
Lot,IH .1 & 0. Illk. 13S, City of Okee-
'- distribution of Stats gas taxI "Arssnic and cliubee, Because this year there will be only two

I loci'i'ds among the counties. I Dr. L. W. Martin of Scbrlng who II,.".. L'OS.T ft W of SB for. ofMVV I
called 1 of S\\'i'\, Hun \\' 20ST ft., War Loans, not three ; so we've got to stretch
was to the United States
Whereas, the necessity for this H .
Old Lace"CARTOON 2o4.7: ft. K 20ST ftV; 20 .1
i urgency legislation Is evident in Army about three years ago, has ft. In II..... 21. Twp. 37 Hgc, 33, those two into three!
eiiiitiilnliigr 1 aero
older" to avoid ad valorem levies i been discharged from the service
to '..
.
I 1"11j; .1 ft. 1of SB { of i
I MjMde for debt service needs, (if and has returned to Sebring where 8\VV4 of IIII.. (Hun \V 20S7:: ft. Sure-7 billion look like lot of
I : S SO ft. B :2oST: ft., N 00 (t. Ki,'c. may a
II"y ) and for local road constructin hu has again opened his office and 21.1 Twp 37, IIff. 33 containing
'
,, \ hospital for general practice. At NEWS 'i\ nor. money to us. But 7 billion-or any amount of

:Now, Therefore Be It Resolved the time he was called to the ser- !!I lots II/II 4 to 32 Inc.. Peter UnulersnnI I money-is small indeed compared to soldiers'

l.ut the Board of County Commissioners : vice Dr. Martin had an office and I I...t. 'U) to 37 : nn to 46 Inc, Peter'
i ( FRIDAY & SATURDAY llimi'Tsiin. 8/n lives.
of Okeechobee County, FlorI'ln hospital In Okeeehobee. -- E :2121:I ft. orl't47&W'132.2fr .
go on record endorsing the At the present time we art unableto i nf lot 4*. Peter Rniili-mon II/n I

..love mentioned legislation. I say when he will again open his PHIL BAKER L.it UnuliTunn 4* exepotV S/I 132.2 ft, Peter I So no matter how you look at' it we'vegot

Be It Further Resolved that a offices and hospital here. : 1 I."HI, .Ml.49 Peter Ivti-r Knnlprson ItnnlerHnn' 8/n S/lt to make our quotas! bigger in the 7th War
In-
copy' of this resolution bs Immedi- V I Lot* I. 3 & A, Mock 133 City of
.. okeorholieeIII Loan. And the WAY to do it is the way that
nt.ly forwarded to the Honorable l>n. rand for tale Bt public onto
.V Ray Carroll, State Senator from ODD FELLOWS I "Jake It or -'ilijwt err for thn highest and best rash Mil 27 million smart Americans in the Payroll
tn the right\ \ of the Binnl nf
the 33rd Senatorial District and the C'mnllsd, nor of Rveritlnili'S nrnln-
Okeeehobee Lodge No. 63, Independent I ii.0 Dlntrli't end /nr Unnril of PoiintT I Savings Plan are doing it.They're .
Honorable W. J, Ilnndry, Representative Leave It" f', ii'iiilHHlonem,' of Okeechobce
Order of Odd Fellows
from OksBchobee Io'lorlo'a to reject| vnnn,! ]couotY'1. ,
County n eets every Friday evening at eight nf tin. roiirMioitiiiv liMfflnnli'Cf at 1n.on putting aside EXTRA
Passed and adopted in regular sesion ---r n'dork A. M. on the ISth day of I money
o'clock. Juno'' 1111Eal\ meot for drolnn I
this 7th day of May, 1945. All 0' T, ,, "ininnH', ." end roml, e and buying BIGGER Bonds.
Odd
C. >E. Drawdy, visiting Invited and Fellows all local are members cordially "Mtn! From will he reserved.iniAiin pu.pnen'l l

Ohm. Board Co. Commissioners opO" 'O\IB14SiONjr: :' 5
are requested to attend every \'I'I/OI.\J\E DRAIN If they can do it, so can all of us.
Okeeehobee County, Florida meeting Thunder Kiver'CARTOON A I
R.
Ploy BauUrson, We feel MM''I OP rwvv rovH4
very proud of our growing -
Clerk, Board Co. Commlsalonars \ 'II-O"II r:.emberih.p and the sincere Interest cnfNTV.; I'tomnv '
Okaechobee County, Florida I 11IIOY it. HUM KHHOV: I
being Manifested at this time "
( "rk i'f the circuit Court
The following! vouchers were ap. In oar lodge. I' LATE NEWS I HerV of the (,I., lilt Court nfO'eeehi'lieo OKEECIIOCEE COUNTY BANK
pined' and ordered paid when fund. ,. Conntv' Klnrlilain
,
And for all local members we I ?** for fut.i Rhnrdi,
"','i> available
: By BORIS OAHDXER.I ,
wish to advise that this| lodge Is 1 I Deputy (1..11
,
GENERAL FUND sponsoring a number of moves tha' r'omi'1f1' Attractions 1 _

P,.yroll; Salaries April .. .aa.so are ,f great moment and Interest to --- -- OFFICERS .
f'<
< ounty Welfare Curd, Odd F.llowihip hero and In an effort MBTHINO: f"R THE BOYS" I.ECTRICALYORK I C. H. McNULTY,' President \ I

Relief allowance April 8SO.OO to fraternaliie this community,, N. RAY CARROLL; Vice-Pres. R. B. lI1E JIWE.: Vice-Free.
'TUB VERY THOt'GHT OF YOU""THE '
HnMnger' 8ca. Lunch Room, Ii well as teach the real fundamentals DIRECTORS

groceries, April /. . 1J.SO of Friendship, Love and CONSl'IRVTORS" 01 PI rviiws R. B. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr: J. 0. Pearce Allen Markham

B< Hle Alderman, T. C? Truth attend often.-Contributed., "T51E nniT.IIGIHLS""DE'ERT : E. M. Meservs C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carroll:

Coma,, April . BJ.OO V SONG"vvvvvvvvvvvv: ,

Robert I.a forth, T. A., BUY MORE WAR &ONDS: OUSE WIRING Phone 15

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FRIDAY MAY 25 1945
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.- THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS

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NOTICENOTICE NOTICE TO CRFIHTOUS NOTICE OF BOND SALE ![ 1, 1915, and subsequent attached, NOTICE OF TXT.1'. :
lose Probate Act, Bars. 110, 10)
For Delinquent 1944 F. oral.d...
IS HEREBY GIVEN that IN 'I'UK COL'RT OF TUB IH1NTY 11000.00 OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY, and bidders must agree to accept Jlr'd..... ll.lrlrt Txi
the following dearrlhed lands will
J>e fold et public auetlon on the Klrat\ day of June A. D. 104.1, at the court Jl'DliK, OKKKCIinltrjC I'liOUU'E.COUNTY.FLORIDA FLORIDA CENTRAL REFUNDING delivery and make payment for the NOTICM la herehy, given' that all
I IN lands
delinquent on June let lt>15 fornonpajuient
house the County of
for tnxM heroin\ art Okeerhnbee. Ptnto of Florida, to-pny the amount dm In re: Katato of ) BONDS, Dated Juno 1, 1911 b.nds at the First National Dank of Kvergladc DahIAK"11I.lr..t
opposite to
the sumo together with all coot of such inl
.
Charlotte Juuies Ilolines taxes for
t and advertising. Kald sale to begin ar 12 o'elork Nnon. Peccnacd)) Sealed bids for the purchase of of Chicago Chicago, Illinois, on or much thereof aa may the lie year necessary 11)14. or to so

BESSIE ALDERMAN, Tax Collector Florida, To All Creditor and J'ermms Having I Okecchobuo County, Florida, General prior to Mny 31, 1015. The right ls ,pay the amount due for taxes on said
i I'' Okeecbobee County Claims I or Iieuiandl AguiiiHt Huld I lunda for aiild year together with the
r>F.rrlitlon| of Amt. of Taft lstate: : 1 Refunding Bonds will be received reserved to reject any and all bide coats of male spwlried In the lswirovernlnp. ''
Land 1'1' 0. R. A. Cost 1 Ynii and, each of you are hereby I and said Dlalrlet will be Bold
considered the Board of The notice of bond sale heretofore
"' Lot 22 .._.....___. ..... 23: 85: 82 20 I'nknown ....__.._.._.._-. 1.80 nullflo.d and required to preaent anvelnlina by At public auction' beginning at twelve
N 10 nere of NEVi and denninda which ,you or County Cornniisuloneri of Okeccho- set for May 10, 1945 has been o'clock; noon on the lat day 'eJ Curt

Of NEVt ._.........,__ Sfl 31 SI Ifl T. Tnnicn ......._........__.. 1.40 I either of volt. uiaj' have iiicalnxt the i ,bee revoked. M41 at the tront door. of .
Lot :3"l ........_._.... 10 81 S3 20 II M. Woodcock ..._._.._..._ IAA slate of Charlotte James Holmes doiMUMed I' County Florida at the court House In the City of Oke"r ohec. FJor.Idn
Lot It ..____..___... 11 31 31 2(1( Molly RankI'nknown ..___......__._...... 1.0 I. hue ol cold Count), t" the i I Iountv house In Okeechobee, Florida, on C. E. DRAWDY, nod' continuing. until said sale Iscompleted.
Lot 20 .......__h_._ 21: R4 31 20 ..........._____.._..... 180 I Judge of Olieeihn'iie' County, (
Lot V!) ___..-.._..... 81 81 320: W*. WllannK _______... ........_ 110 Florida: at Ids office In the court |I Ii May 20, 1845, at 10:00: o'clock A. Chairman, Board of County A complete iiviilluhlo list of such ik-Ilnqnent liiB crt-
Lot S7 .._._.......___. 31 31 33 20 P. & O. W..T"seili folk ..__......_. 1,50 i i I Inline of nU Couiiiy ut Okeuehubee M. (E\VT. The laid bonds will Commissioners, Okeechobee 'Inn lauds during la the himlncaa for public hours at|>the
Lot 4 ..__.. .________ 8(1! Rt SS: 20 | Sehmndorer ............ 180 Morlilif., wlihln flttlit ealendnr ninnths office of the, Tax Collector for the
lots 27 2S & 20 ____ :3 31 SI ro Blanche 12. Case ..___........... 401 from the time of he it ret i puI'Mentlon I consist of 41000.00 par value of County, Florida. County of Okeeeholioo. 'In the Court
Lot IS: ._"h__'__.. 4 31 3.1 20 O. A. Langhiirit .___....._...... 1 "0 ,i of this not lee. Kiuh eliilui or demand i ,Okeechobee Florida ROY R. RAULEESON Hi,use at Okeeehohee Florida and Inquiries
Ix.t. 2S & W,$ Lot IS 5 31: :33 :30 I'. II. Hill ___......_...__...... <* din II ho In writing, mid shall mate i County, General as to the laude .Included I, \In
Lot 30 ...___...___.. 0 31: 320: I'nknown .._._........._......... ISO the place of reeid.uce and punt nftleeaddress i ) Refunding Bands, Ljaue of 1911, i I Clerk; Board of County KM Id. delinquent list by mall or by
Lot 27 ----.---.----. 12 31: 3.1: 20 O. O. Blanchnrd ........-....... ISO of the claimant, and ahall be [ telephone or In person during' hnsl-
Loll 3. 4, 13 11 .. 17 33: 33 60 F. H. Weaver ____..__........_ 601 I sworn to by the cluimant his or her |; 'dated Juno 1, 1941. Tho Refunding Commissioners, Okeechobc three hoiira. will he fully answered by
1oUI/ I n, Blk 8 I, event or attorney and any such claim < Bonds bear Interest | County, Florida the office \ Collector.
GIIECLY RID B. F. Smith\ .---...-.----....... 2,00 or dctnnud not so filed shall he vol.!. J reprosanted by i| ot11:55112: ALDKHMAV.: .
110SIE LEE .FLINT j i coupons payable seml-annuolly, June i Tax Collector of OkeeChobeeCuuaty
1I\"ISOEIt I'\RK I11k I, As executor of the Limt \\ I'l! and I i I-- Florida

lot 2 .___.______... 7 t'uknn"'n ......._................ 120 Testament of 1 and Docember 1 at interest rates, II -
lot nn __.______._._. 1n (1"0. Faulk .__ __ -r --_ 1" Charlotte Jnmes Ilolines decenscd ,and with maturltlei! aa fellows: I I I ontK OF COMI'I.F.TIOV OF CI1HTIT COI'UT( OF TIIH
1.011 211 k80 ..-..... 12 ('lItt"I'rnlil -.-...........-... 12 First' ,. liublleatlon April 20th. .__..11I1 .. IIlII4.t.rSII MrKlINU: I OKrtlU'OK IN NINTH THE Jl'DlCIAl CIUCI'IT ol'
iublleatlou May 4th, lUll : OP UK \ III NOOIMMTIOS
Ay of FlF4 of I
NW4of .
I Amount Interest Maturity I KLOKIDA IN AM FOH OKKBCHOItliK
141711 __'__h_.. 20 al: 33 II 11..1010 &: Monroe Webb.-. "-'". 1.40 I AM) ; COUNTY. IN CHANCKIIY.
I (.("II'L\lST
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Tnt T. I1Jk. 10. Rnealn I NOTICEOkrecholiee Rate (June 1) .

rr Huolnpu Aar, 1'ftlo: M. 811111 ............._. 1,40I.nls 0,000.00 3% 1952 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : I OJ7i
2t. 26 & W4 of County, 1-lurldu' I I'lirmiiint to, Chnpter 2IMHK, Laws of tlinnrery ('HO. No.

Lot 27 _..._____.__ 15 3.1 34 110 (1po. Tufnr ____........_.._.... 421Snt i May 11, 1015NG7'ICE 14,000.00 8H% 1D54 Floridii' Aels of lull, relating to Evcriclado 1 IDNA: CLAY DIILON. )
11 ___.___.__ 17 85 H4 20 W T pWltt ......._......... lq1 IS IlEltEin t.lt'fshilt 15,000,00 3H, % (Drnlnnire District the Board ,iof Plaintiff, )
Lute 21 ant 22 ______ 17M M 40 A.' R. Tannie ............_...... 1121 irmiiint| to Kertlon U ot Chapterix.il 1955 I 'iiiiimlHKlnnera uf Everglades .... )
Lot 31'1 00___.__.____. 24 33 3-i 20 "nknown ..__..__....._.._...... 1 SONFW I.ana of Murldii. Ai't* 1U.17: I 3,000.00! 3 known ,
us the Ml'lU'llY ACT and! In almnliiK the debt, service re- Defendant. )
: OKF.F.C'IIO F.F. tlEIGHTS Arc' A. piimunnve' of Chapter I'OiloS. Lam of I The principal and Interest will be qiilrenienlii of the District during the |
t'""IrIIl. Acts of lull, known aa the year Itcfflnnlnp on the let dny of next OKI>F.B TO Al'I'EAKTllll

Tote 21 & 21 .Rik'1ik' C. C. Wl100n ..__....__..._.._.. 120Tnte EV1 ItlCT It JLADE14 ACT the lllt.M.NAO'.C' : IDS.deleilhed !I I payable at the Flret National Bank November' and endlnx on the Slat day STATE OK FLORIDA :

I 2 and t-----' 3nD lIophlR "hrlalpnlon .._......._.. 1 a land situated! In tolluwliiu I I of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, and of the Hiiccerdlnc. October, and the To I.onnle Dillon 111 Holilb Krond-
7.ots 42 10 n ink' ::11 FnItohprl .__..._...__.......... 121'1T.oll U Is trlil I In hvernlades | nine haa been pinned, on file In the wily. Lexington Ky.
10 10 11 tne. __ 33 AnRPllma Raker .._.........-..... I1n iMiiluinjc 1"lul'ldo.11 ul.eecb.bcet.muq I the bonds are to be accompanied by office of the Secretary of the District I I II It la hereby, ordered that von are

1.011 34 In 37 hp. .. 36 t"nknown .._...__......._....._. 100W'14 ..nu ut, public umcry\ for be offered Ihvi. highest for the approving; opinion of Messrs. I j jCuldwell at 1'iilni room on] ? Cmneau Riilldlnir, West i I I' required 1 to appear on the 1Rtb lay
of IIF;% & NEI.nt 4 I Itcndi. Florida where the same of June. 1011 before the above entitledI
111':1'0: ______.___ 4 31 11'120 T'nlrnown .._____....._............. n 0.1IIEI" ,,ltd the btl Trunteeii vault bid aubject to the right Marshall, Trimble and mnv' be examined' and thla ,Is to notify i Court to the Dili of Compliant filed
ot IIF'o __ n._ 4 a4 8:1: 40 F.. W. Sl'nuldln ............__.. a 11 i a Fund id and!the uC Interim! Itnpruvemeut ofcoiniiilaiduuera Mitchell Mill Hint said Hoard will meet nt ngalnat yon In the above entitled
time Hoard of New York.
NEof Proposals sold I
I'IE'4 of plnee on the 7th day I of June, And l The Okcirhnhee Newsi .
"e
FlE'4 .....___...... 10 34 95 10 'fotllIl C. TTnrtey ......_....... 150NWM of UvergliuU'i; UrulniiueUlHtilet must be enclosed In a scaled envelope A. D loir, at ONE THIUTY o'clock,| eau herehy designated us the newepaper
..______ "00__ T 3:1: 83100: "lIknown ........_......._..... I 11.:13: to reject nny and all Idda, In the afternoon of add I day (being t I i 'In which this order shall he
T.ot 1), Rik 12'. ui' the Couribuuau: lielnnhiir' at ltlt'0o'clock : marked on the outside "PRO not lc"s than fifteen dnvs: from the I' week for four 14))
Okperhnhpa Plnrn._ MM. S Chnmpagne ....-......-. I.S0 A. M. on the IMlh day of BONDS. date of tho flrat puhlloatlon hereof) eonBeeliHvc published once week a
POSAL FOR
Juno, 1U43.; Aa to all laudil ouuldo Bidders must
,
1'EI of PEI! : : of PEI4rxrapt : for the purpnae. of hearing objections WITNESS the Honorable A. O.
;
2 arrre InNE the curpurate lliulti of any muulclpullty their bIds with and complaints with
certifiedor respect to said
] 0'. .________. 17 S7 33 T Jim Rltt'loo l "TE" .............. 2.701PIl. us of this date title to one- accompany budget. Kanner aa .Tudge of I thla Court and
I InO.110
the aeal of this Court In the City ntOkelvhub.w.
half of all Cashier's check drawn Incorporated
11'1" ror. of Ne114of petroleum and three fourth on an
of OF COMMISSIONERS: Okec<'hohee County, Kl.ir-
!PFi/4 nt IIE'A.nn other uilut'rula will be rvur\cd by
( Bank Trust OF EVEHC.LADES Ida this 17th day of May ID-tli
N 2x57 ft., 1'J I TruxtcH'i of the Internal Improvement or Comp.nypayable .%112 DRAIN-
DISTHIfTHy HOY It. TUI.'LKHSON
mQ.7 ft.. A 2ft\.7 ft., Fund ; If lands are within auld cor- ; to the Board of County ,
Earl MrDanlel Clerk of
W 2IA.T! ft ___... 17 37 113 1 Nolhon Rvan Stoke ............ 3.05 porute lluilti at of this date the rcaervatlon I Circuit (Court
I .
4Iof ______ 19 8T 83 lqa P. F. q dun ..__..._._......... 1&,2 applies, but privilege to ex1plore 4 Commissioners for 2% of the par ATTEST : Vice Chairman ( Court OkeNrhobee Seal' ) County FloridaCircuit
StV'4 of 1IW"1,4n'f wine Hud develop will be conducted ;, value of said bonds, said check to Ily K. M. Throop --- --
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IIW'I ___._.-___ 20 31 83 II A. 3. Ttvle ..___._..........._... I.sq on and under landa only with Secretary I
1'(1oNII'VntNWt4 the connc'iit of the surface owner. be' retained as damages in event of ,

of sW4 __ 23 87 83 II Klrhy Morgan "'"nE" ......._. 240N14 buHvuii'ina fur road right of way 200 ,non-performance of proposal -- I
ac
of 'W4 of NW1,4 feet wide will be reserved by laid any ) e
of 1'1'1"2'7 37 83 II C. n. Chlllingeworth1.. 'j "USt..1 from any parcel through 'cepted. The bonds will\ be delivered 1
1140 of IIEI4 of AW'4nf which there U au exlatlnn elate roud ; with Interest Subscribe: for The News !
December
Fl114 & IIW'4 of nnd' eauement for dralnnxe and reclamation coupons due
I IIE1 j of fIIR'4 .___.. 29 37 all 131n.. n. 1Iomll Elt. ..._._. 3.11:1: and for road purposea will be -- --
1"11 nf NW1ofNW14 reserved by the Hoard of CunimlaHlonera .

______.._ 20 31 83 211 t'rl'known ......__....._._-. a.oo1Pl. of Everglades Drainage Dlitrlct. -
AAI1 ft. II of ern.tor .
Ap('. 20. run R2nf DeMvrlptlont' I
ft, W 2nn tT N Lola 1 to 4, Blk. A. Okeechobee
200 it. E 200 ft ____ 21 37 83 1 3. 11. lIu.on ...___.._.. 1 t II! Development Cue 8/D ,
Lilt 40 k E 255 ft ofP14 Lota 1 to 0, and II to 23 Blk. B, ...
!' of lot 531i.U R20ST Okeechobee Development Co'i I'
tt nf tot 4n 8/D
tree II 2047 ft nt 11: Lute 7 to 11. Blk. B. Okeechobee ,
Zee ft of S14 of lot Development Co'i KID ,
:m ._._______.__. 19 M 8:1: 10.71 '!If. R. l.t htIP' "nR" ....--.... 4.111 Lota 12 and 13 Blk. II, Okeechobee

All _._...________.___ 1 34 3% 1\40 Wm Lenra k )tnrtbe Arott .... 4121 Development Co'i S/D
AlI .._n________.____ 2 iii M 11.111 Wrn. Lance & Mnrtha I'Icolt' .._. 41121 Lob 1 to U & IK/ to iU: hue, Blk.
All _. _. 3: 34 31 fl.1n "'m. J.Anre & hrlhR Rcott .._. 4121 C, Okevvhobce Development Cue
j All ..-------------.. 10 34 M 640 Wm Lane. & Mnrtha !'IMIt' .._. 4521 8/D

AlI _____.___.________ 11 II' :85 1141 Wm T.nnre. k Mnrtha !'Irolt' .._. 4'21 Lot 14 & 13 Blk C. Okeechobee ANNOUNCEMENT ,
All _____________..- 12 34 3R 1\41 Wm hence. k Ifnrthn 'Irolt!' 4321 Development Cog S/D .
All _____._y___.____ 134: M 1141 n'm 1serve & MAlha Floolt .__. 4521 Lota HI .V 17 Hlk. C Okeechobee
All _____.____.______ 14 94 ::1ft m4 Wrn. 1.nn"e k MAlha Rroll ._.. 41121 Develiipmeiit t'o'a S/D
AlI ___.___.__________ 11 114 RA 615 Wm. T.enrp. Mnrtha IIroll .._. 4521 Loin 6 to 11 Inc.. Blk. 1, Okeecho
AlI 1"1 S14, ofNEIA z. 3' 31'111:19: Wm Lance & Mnrlhn Scott .... 90,50T.ot bee Ileltfhta S/D REOPENING OF OFFICES
Lot (I. Blk. 10 Wrlll' t'l Flrat
, 11 Blk n, CONSOLIDATED LAKBCOMPANY Addition a
'TIB" ......_..... 295k AND
AID .. IS O. S. pAtch Lota 1 to 0 Inc., Elk D, Wriuut'a
2nd Addition
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,i k tote: CONNER S to 11 Inc.man-Blks Lot 1, Illk. B, McGluahen S/D, THE SEEKING GENERAL HOSPITAL '

LANPS __...__?.?. J. C, SleitJ ?-.-......-. 188 3SLoft Part of Sec. 22, Twp. 37, Uge. ,. I "

Lot CONNOR 21 Blk.HIGHLANDS M A. E. Ecknran ..............__.. 138 Addition 1 ft 2, Illk. D Southwest '" : ';: '" t ;;'\'. f MAY\ 21, 1945 ,:' i

lute 3 & 4 .'1 ,
Blk. 0, Southwell
Tote 1 and 2. Ttlk 1
n'F. F.RRY fi.\RnENA T'nlinown ......_.....__...__... 18S Addition NEW LOCATION 102 NORTH LAKEVIEW DRIVE;
Lot 10 .. 20 Elba Aono..nbnnllh ......._.... 109 Lot 5. Illk/ 0, Soutbwent Addition
Lull 7 & 8. Blk. 0 Southwest OFFICE HOURS 10. 12 A. M. 3 5 P. M.

1.t>l1 1, 2. 3. Eli of Addition ,.
11 Lota II to U Blk. 0, Southwest ,1
F.1i--Ttrr OX 8/T1 Mnrvln Chandler "nE" ..__... 271 Addition Ii 1. W. MARTIN, M. D.SEBRINGFLORIDA .
i, fete li & 10, Blk. 12. Southwest .
OKFI'eIItOBEE CITY f Addition
lUk. Tote 2. 3 & 7 Blk. 12 Southweat.
I.otI/ ______...._.. 2\: Prank Tlo woll ..._............. 115Imt Addition. I 1Y
2' n__.._.___._. 52 Frank Jnrtd ____..n_.__.._..... 119 j I Lota 11 & 12. nik. 13 Soiithwpat
Tot 7 ___.___.....152 True Henlty ('0. -.....-....... :952!' Addition .
lot 11 ._.._.____._.112 Ivpy Aimtln Pnmls ....--...... 952I Iotl 1 10 211. BIk. 13,
I.ot U .._.____.._1 c 3 Truce Realty Co. .............. 3.S2 I AI'Hllon SOlllb\\"ot I .i
II ?___ .__..-112 T'nttnown ____.........___..... :S12 tot 4. Iflki '. Okeechobee .
Lot 11 __._._...__._114! Truce Renlty Co. .--...-....-.. S42 I AI}) e Height' ,
Tot 12 _.__......____ino R E. McT.aughlln, Eat.Fd ......-. 1M1 T"f JTrr' or .rii" . I
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.. C Tot !9 and S .__.._.W Knlsrht n Not 410mnv1r1/R ; '
l.nt 12 -242 Helen It. white ...____....._._. I n' Tn" ArTp :OP"'T rr'vn
ITAPntltn rron. 1

lnrTIT OKrECIIOBFF e or '
nik. I nr rmrlrroernvlrnq 'I i
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Tots 1. 2 find 3 ___ 21 Annlo Scott 'TIE" ___......._ 11 SI AG17: TIYTntr.r : Oil'". "" !
Isms ft end n ...... 31 Leu CnrltonItnrnr ___._.__....__n_... 2.no Ry IOV! H. KM'LKnsoV': I I
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Tote 11 and 12! _. 31 1.. "Tnrrn v. 1. et. 'HE" .. 3 45 for Trustees of the Airent |
l.ott 2 to in Inc. .. 61 Snruh Reward .................. 8.21 Impfirement Fund Piternnl and- .--- -
Lot in. rikNnrthwput d for nonrr nf Commissioners I|

Addition C. II. Howard ..__..__.._....... 1.38nerIennne'rr of trlet Kvcrarlndea. Praliinirn I"l.. '

1TnGlIT!! Tlnrdn" Oliepchnhpe County, l THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .

I.nt :iS ..__ n_______. 1 T'nknown .__-..._..._......... 1.1' -- .. '
hate 1 and 2 _____.. II W. A. nnxor n_____.._........_. 115 -
Lute 1:1: k 14 ___..... 9 W. .\. I'n1.py "JlE" ....'_"._' 10,09POUTIIFRN NOTICE or PPUt'' \no" FOR I
T\\ IIFFD
PlNEA! .\T1D1TTO :Notice la hereby clven
, 1.oto nand 10 ..__.. 1 (1012) 01Jl. Fllnlr.t"n, rat ......_..... 11.6.1 V nnnneffel. Jr.. the holder that Oorire' r 4 I rr it4u
Lnls n en4 10 ___-e. 1 (1\.1\: 01110 Singleton. Ell ____._ 8' fo'lmvfnir' certlflratra hen filed of the f3 j J
Lots II hod 10 _._-_. 1 (1014)( ) Ollie 1'111111'101\' };.t. ..__._..... 0.03 thereon-i-rtiricatea for a tax deed to he Issued edit I I Ire j N f1 Jt
Certificate
number
tote 11 end 12. nile.}) of tsstinnre, the iteierlptlnn and vcnra I I

WltlnlT k KISS sir W. F. Jmekann ......_..._..... I.S oroppr,,'. end the nnmea In which the
tote 21 & 21. mk 11 Woo aMi>eeod are ns fnllnwn : It i i j

WItWn'l' & II"IIS IIID I1Arry Taylor ..__.___..__..__.. 1.25 CertlflcntP. No 12 ft 24. Year of I
IJMM IT'ee .Tnlv 7. 1'M1! I II
1t.lT.nnT1nnITI0S Certificate Nn. 20 ft 32.
Lute 2 foil 7 ._.__. 1 '11. :1. Pnrie .___......_...__.__ 115ot. "lanunncp. .Tulv 1. 1012. year of
T 7 nod II _.__..__ T An..llft nOllaloo .._.._.._..... 1.1 1'r.irlill'n "f property :
1.n'l I 10 4 'inn. 8nml Lot 2rt. !Section'! ,1. Townahln

12 ____.__._ 11 S. .7. Dart _._.._......_..... 1.1\4 Pai ire 3.1 cnntnlnlnir 20 Acrea SI I
Tot 3 .u _____...._ 12 fII.:1. newts ......__............ l1A Tots 2 8. 8, 7, Illk. 10 Townalte
Lots 0 & In .._... 11 t'nknown .___................. 1.08 of Preen
Nnine In which asaeased Oeortrt V.
m\'F.RIOF. P.\RK Dnnneffel. Jr : George J.
Dnnneffel
Tote 1. S. II ________ 22 r1lknown ....._................ 1..2.1hot. : o. J, Ollllno'''''. ;
1 10 12 Inc __-. 23 I'nkno" _._.._.._.......... 1.23O'.TlfOllt:1' .\''I of "aid\ property being In the I
County of Ok..hoh..e. State of FlorIda -
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: n11VEI.OTMENT
f'O"1'V 8/11 l'nleos atieh certificate or certlflentea -
411----------------- 3 J. t.. Mnrgnn 1.-....._...... I.S9 ahnll h. redwined accordlna1 to
Lute 1 to 21 Imir'I, tree law, the property dnacrlhed 'In inch

101M It end 12 _._. Q J. r.. Morgan ..__._...._._.. 1.118, certificate or pertlflcntei will he mid I
to the hlghrat bidder at the court
WlUfoJIT.1t FIR"TODITIOY house door on thn first Mundny In the

1t, 1 .____-_.____ 1 1ti-.. Rnbprte. E.T .._........... 342 month of Juno. milt which' la the 4th
1,011 I m12: ..___. A 1'.lnn: Wnrd ....__..._.._..._. 123 dnv of June 1041.
Tote 1 and 4 n__.. 13 1I. J. IIng ..._.__..._-.... 1.23 Dated' this 24th day of April, 1045.:
HOY it. RAI'LEUSON,
I'SI'I\TTFTI I\NII' TO CITY (Clerk of Circuit Court of
GOYt ''uta 3 W ofOkpeeluhiw Ok...cuubee County Florida. I

APP ._ 21 37 U 2 J. .\. neughtry ..___..._..... 1.113 (Seal)
IS'1A or SRIof: SW 4

01 Ni4: ,,___,_,_, 29 37 33 (5 "II known _.__.......___...__.... 1.1\3 I NOTICE


NOTICE TO AJTFIII. FloridOTICE
TTTK: STATF! OF KLOHID.V I
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TO': nENHY: WEAVFR that
the Truateea of the
Internal Improvement
% MRS
UEBECCA WE VVEH:
Fund of the state of
(MOTHER) Florida will offer for sale, to he
IlAPAWAr, ALABAXfA I sold to the highest bidder" at Tal
Ynii linn.o.. Florida, nt 11 o'clock A. M.
erp hereby
required to the .lime, nth, 1041. the
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written oifwvhntipe nppenranco In mv office In I Innda In OKKECIlOIinB: : following: COUNTY deaerlbed: : AfARY"J'm. didn't you say you wanted sary to reprocess the used grain, at least

e I) I'lll ti the Florida' ?mil on of Complaint.Tune 4th. A.In I WKj E'/4 of of SKVi.E4: of Section SW'4 and 82. W/4 Town-of to ask the Judge something** about grain, the 50% ol the feed value ((25'% by weight) of the I .

the hv Mn snlt r for K nn''ea dlvnree Weaver filed. aialnst von chip 37 South. Mange 33 End next time you saw him? whole grain is recovered It comes back to .
In the
Cir i contalnlna, KO .
I cuit ri-rldn.('0 11 l"t>i default of fke whereof''chohoi. Cn'infT. :MIT1CR acre U piihltahed more or In leaa.1I1IH com- JAI: "That's right, I did Mary. Is it true, farms like yours in the form of premiumquality '

'- j |I""tr'' rn'f-s1 ...1I' hi entered I awalnst decree J7 I'lbnice" "tl FloHdn with Sections Stntutea, 27007.1011.270.0S and Judge, that distillers recover part of the livestock feed rich in vitamins I

l I you. The o..hn"pn. News ,In deslnnred '?- The aiicceasful bidder la to the grain Di and D2'"
the r'" vBiianer, In which thus pay they use in making war-alcohol? I
: onln !Pt I. advertising mete
'i r vb1Gvey ( niiiilished once a week rte' 'I I Id NI'L'ts I : OF THE: TSTER /AI
10RrIIP1'e for eou. "'a" ".r'Hro weeks OLD /l/DGE"That's absolutely true Jim. J : "Is.the same thing true when distillers
(\ 1tii' n')-?,wo r... hnnd \r 111PIt )V1MEN'C: FOND: of thi'ntn ,
I end cent of
I. 'b. \ JjI eoiii-t lIN. f'd Ana of April. A.snM D, reject> of any Florida and all reserve bids the right to Wherever the government has permitted are permitted to make whiskey, Judge?" 'tI':

>. ,j ... v I \1'1.11.11'1. Internal 11OllPlm Improvement, of the Trustees Fund of of the the distillers to purchase the equipment noesOLD JUDGE: Yes, every bit as true, Jim"

.. I "I ( .>.trt Still of Vnrliln' ,
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Mil' ",. 41tiltlmn'( '
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R .4' 'nhth Secretary ri'f tJiflluminl(
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_art: 1"JI.'t! Trintwa I. t. Fund fee
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