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: June 1, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 50 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 1, 1945 Price Five Cents
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News of Our Florida Power Seventh Annual Baptist
Boys :, .\ARCADIA; FUNERAL HELD WEEK OF MAY 28, 1915; Homecoming


In Various Camps & Light Making Observed at Church with Appropriate

Ml. E, G, Sellers, longtime resident Processed Foods Blue Stamps-

of Okeechobee who had been 112 J2, K2, L2, M2 expire June 2.
At Home & Abroad Improvements Services and Bro Dunklin Honor Guest
living in Arcadia for the past two I N2, P2, Q2. R2, S2, expire June 30.

yearn. died at the Arcadia General i T2, U2, V2 W2, X2 expire July 31. I _-

101 1'1. 'Robert Ming has received Hospital last Monday afternoon of I| In spite of manpower and mater- I Y2 Z2, Al. Bl, Cl expire August 31. For the seventh successive annual

several letters from her husband, a cerebral hemorrage. lie had been ial shortages, the Florida Power and I Meats and Fats Red Stamps THE GADFLYBy Homecoming of the Baptist church

Pvt. Robert Ming, since V-E day. ill for less than two weeks Funeral Light Company is making extensive I YD, Z5, A2, 132, C2, D2 expire June 2, of Okeechobee, the guest of honor

Pvt. Ming Is somewhere in Germany. services were held on Tuesday afternoon and expensive Improvements that E2, F2 G2, 112, J2, expire June 30. Marjorie n. Wallace was Brother Dunklin. Eightytwoyears

He says that he is fine and hopesto I with the Arcadia Lodge of will he of great benefit to Okeecho K2, L2, M2, N2, P2 expire July 31. old nearly blind but still active

be home soon I Masons in charge. from the Methodist bee Q2, R2, S2, T2, U2, expire August 31. Lots of Individual Improvements and full of energy this "Little

church of Pine Level, and Interment Jack R Mason of Miami, is In Sugar Sugar Stamp 35 good for going on hero and there to bo reported Praying Man", as he is affection-

Mom S. Harden, S 1/c, son of was In the Pine Level cemI town superintending new Installations 5 Ibs. expires June 2. Sugar Stamp I and praised this week. IfI lonately known everywhere, is be-

Mr and Mrs. George Harden, arrive I otery. at the local sub-station, which 30:J good for 5 Ibs. expires Aug. 31. I skip your own personal contributions loved, and revered, by countless

,! home Sunday from Jacksonville I Surviving him are his wife and will replace equipment put In In Shoes Airplane Stamps 1, 2, 8, to the general welfare, pleaso people and it would be beyond human -

where he has juat graduated eleven children, all but one of whom 1926, and therefore somewhat out- now good I let me know. I can only report whatI powers to evaluate the good he

II tit aviation electrician mate. I was able to attend the funeral ser- 1 oded. Thirty new 00 KV oil cir- Fuel Oil Periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 see or hear about has done In his long life of Christian

AltCr a few days at home he will I vice. One son, Laurence, is In the | cuit breakers will be Installed and valid for 10 gallons each. Harry and Muriel Lamb have been service His complete sincerityand

report to the University of Georgia I navy in the South Pacific One son the older models removed; these are Gsollnb-A-ll1 coupons valid thru making with the paint brushes like his love for mankind touch

at Athens on June 13th to begin C. L., was killed In Oernany last the 1 latest type of high speed breakers June 21. The value of A coupons nobody's business since they returned hearts not usually Influenced by religion

tinning as an aviation cadet. 'j November, The sons are J. B., Rod. making the Interruption in cur- will be Increased from four to six to town. Both of their houses and the hardest most unbelieving -

ney, Quinton, Laurence, Jack and tent, In case of trouble, literally gallons on June 22, when the new have been painted, outside where it man will stand with bowed

I Donald ; the daughters, Ml?. Helen A-13 coupon becomes valid. The limit shows and !inside! where it doesn't, head on the street while little Bro-
21 May. 1025 j only the wink of an eye long instead
In the Marianas I I Alsobrook Mia. Mary Alice Norris, of the minute-long intervals for B raid l holders who can show and many Interior Improvements In ther Dunklln holds his hand and

[ Mri Martha Watford, Miss Dorothy nil actual need for more gasoline the house which nobody lets, un- i humbly for
II>iw Bryant: I of darkness to which lIoe have become prays a blessing on his
I lalld j Mice Betty Jo Sellers will be raised to 850 miles per fortunately, because It hides coyly head. Neither wind
\ few days ago I started receiv-1 I innured, at such times: I nor storm nor
--v--- month on June 11 from public view, have been Intti-
i i c I in- Issue of the 'Chobee News I| A new concrete block control rising waters kept Brother Dunklm
I toted Harry's hammer and aw.Muriel's :
Y by
home I : houle, with concrete floor from his missionary labors when he
I: ul got so far from | Peggy Chandler and reinforced -
i I'' II't i I malUe what a home town concrete roof. has been Prof. Williams I plantings around the houses lived here and served small congregations -
I are in excellent taste-there Is no :
i I' i meant to a person In the aer'Iand constructed by P. P. Evans; the all around Okeechobue,
I want to thank you for Suggests Center switchboards and controls for the overcrowding, so each specimen Isa worked with the Indian, loved everybody
II Talks of Schoolat picture by itself
\ "ur efforts in seeing that 1 get new breakers--which, incidentally, and asked only to be a servant
The Ellis Meserve house has
't each week. For Recreation will coat between $30,000 and 10,000 a new of his fellowman, and of God.
coat of paint, too, and the soft lemon
Have been here in the Marianas will be housed in this 10x20 fireproof Rotary Club So when he and his wife, a true
yellow of the large awnings,
almost two months now and thought I building. The concrete workis helpmeet, come to Okeechobee, they
sure I would be running into someone i I Miss Peggy Chandler won the excellent Besides this control gleaming through the trees, Is likea are given a roustng reception and a

from aome. With so many basesIn prize" of fried In' the Fine Arts club homo, Mr. Evans has built several' Rotarians. absent last I week madeup glimpse of sunset afterglow. warm welcome accorded to no one
The Cornelius house looks
the vicinity I do have high hopes I for the brat ossay of the year, with concrete foundations for other new I their attendance at other clubs, as else.

of feeing someone yet. 1 under- 'her civic study entitled "Not A installations, and other smaller so the remarkable 100 per cent at- proud of its fresh whiteness as a The church was crowded on Sunday

stand Paul Wongrey is out here on ; Utopia; Just Our Town." housing units, all of them uniformly tendance record established by the debutant In a new dress. Funny to hear Brother Dunklin preach

one of these 8-29 bases Her suggestions for a recreation good Okeechobee club still stands. how shining white paint can makea again. The beautiful flowers with

The bass we're on Is just being center, with a swimming pool anda Whether this Is a world's record or house loom larger and bring it which the church was adorned were

completed and by the middle of the skating rink added to the exist Altogether, the new machineryand not remains to be seen but certainlyit closer by many yards to the road. given by Harvey und David, Ham-

coming month we should be addingour ing, if neglected, tennis courts were improvements fit the Okeechobee Is a record in the state Places scarcely noticed spring up rick, both in the armed services and

share of destruction the well presented; the need for a cen- sub-station will\ cost about $75000, I Miss Betty Jean Whidden delight to demand attention from far and I far from homo, who wished to have
and will add greatly to the effici-
cities of Japan. tral meeting place for young and ed the club with a group of songsat near, just through a few buckets a part in the Homecoming day.
old, with the ency of the operation of the plant the of paint applied In the right spots. I Special music
The engineers should be given resulting Increase in Tuesday meeting, accompanied was provided by the
neiiihborlmess and friendliness here.A Prof. M Come to think of it, the debutant choir, and Miss Jane
lots of credit for the aides they was by 0. Kent. She Betty Whid-

.. t are performing by building these convincingly stated More experienced new line is under construction, sang "Whispering", "Lonesome, simile goes for that remark, too. den sang "The Holy City", Miss

E-29 bases out here In the jungles. and older heads might questionher froiii Ft. Lauderdale to Belle _Glade, .1 That's All" and "Louise' Joe's house now sporti windows Rena Burt was organist The Rev. C
The speed at which they prepare I blythe statement that these Improvements so that we will be In the middle of Proto C. M. Williams spoke brieflyon and doors: He- has 'had the 'weeds R.' T'. "Porter' of Plant"City, who is '""

would not a loop line running from Ft. Lauderdale I school cut down! all over the lot, and presumably -
these base. has fully convinced me be "very ex matters, stressing the supplying the Baptist church pulpit,
that we'll be coming back much pensive", but that there would be a to Ft. Pierce or Belle Glade, very Important matter of absences I the lumber piles will be assisted in the morning service and

sooner than I had ever expected.I great interest In them can not be from either place to Okeechobee, There were 3,131 school days lost' mostly used up inside the house preached the sermon In the afternoon -
denied. thence to the west coast, giving thus in the this Joe buttonholed the Gad-fly the
elementary grades .
can't say that I'm very fond of I year
this kind of living, but knowing Miss Chandler will be a senior a choice of power supply In case of 1,477 days lost In Junior High, and other day and demanded that men- Brother Dunklm's sermon at the

what is waiting me when I return next year, and therefore It will not failure of any other part of the 975 days lost in Senior High-a disturbing tion be made of these facts. How morning service was on The Creation -

1 feel these sacrifices will pay big be long before she attains citizen- line. The 65 miles of line from Ft. number of absences in a gladly! Believe it or not, the Gad- .
Lauderdale to Belle Glade will cost fly gets a lot more fun out of com-
dividend. Let's hope that day la ship in Okeechobee; If all the young school of less than 500 pupils In A particularly delicious basket

not too far off. people who will manage the town in more than $100,000.A some instances pupils brought excuses mendation than condemnation dinner was eaten by almost 200

Give my regards to your wife, and the next thirty years have equally new local line is being put in which were forged, but on the Seward and Katie Swain have people under the shade of the trees .
progressive ideas and along the lake shore from Douglas whole it would made a surprisingly attractive home
also to the printer of our paper. manage to seem that pupils on the church grounds at noon. Iced
As ever, make them concrete realities, Okee- Beach to the east, over 17 miles to were allowed to skip school for trifling out of the ex-store building''justwest tea was provided by the ladies of
chobee will the Klssimmee river and It will and of the Everglades hotel. It'.
Rennlce become, to quote reasons given excuses by the Missionary Society, who assisted
(S/Sgt. R. H. Padgett) her essay's closing sentence, "not bring the convenience and safety of their parents Prof. Williams said as neat and tidy a. can be. Even in serving and acted as hostesses.

merely a little town with big Ideas, electric light and power to the many I that naturally a child who Is reallyill I the chicken run back of the houseis The afternoon service, at 2,30: ,

but a little town with a big spirit. families living on this ridge. Those should not attend school, but neat and tidy. "Let ma live by I opened with choir and congregational -
Sgt. Jean II. Hamrick Member the side of the road", says the poet.
I v I who have been accustomed to the that unnecessary absence disruptsnot singing, and a solo by W. D.
of Doolittle' Famous Force Florida flick-of-a-iwitch availability of elec- only the child's education but Well, without Venetian blinds it
much of
owes her agricultural Coker, "On Calvar,." J. E. Cone
England, V-E Day. Among the tricity for long that have the whole could be embarrassing But as an
development to the successful so they room; it even reduces gave a short account of the life and
185,000 members of the EighthAir operation of farm co-operatives suchas I forgotten what it is to be withoutit r the Income of the school, since the example of what can be accomplished Christian work of Brother Dunklln\ ,

Force congratulated today the Florida Citrus Exchange, can hadly imagine the new joy state pays not for the number of in spite of housing shortages, and the Rev. Purcell, pastor of the

by Lt Gen. James H. Doolittle, who Waverly Growers Co-opeative, Flor- of having this cheap and universally registered pupils but for the act- this place is outstanding. Dunklin Memorial church at Indian-

assumed command of the Eighth In ida Citrus Canners and others Thru useful servant of humanity In their ual attendance. A prodigal son returned baa done town, told of the fruits there being

January, 1944, is S/Sgt. Jean H. cooperation of growers in growing, homes, and on their farms, for the Next year a detention hall will more in three months to lift the gathered from seeds sown by the
Hamrick, Box 156, Okeechobee, Fla. face of his old home town than most
picking packing and marketing, first time be established, In which every pupil "Little Praying Man" many year
"I wish to extend my personal costs have been reduced absent will be required make of us do In three years. I'm talking
to the consumer These Improvements, which affect to up ago. These services were attendedby
congratulations and my heartfelt and a better return providedfor Okeechobee immediately, are just I the time he has lost at the rate of about J. E. Ellis, who has paintedthe several Indians

appreciation to every one of you for I the six hours In detention for Cornelius house, the Snell
grower. a part of the elaborate plans which each day's The Rev. Porter spoke on "The
the magnificent job have done house, Cliff Ellis'es house, put
you absence Perhaps son
the Florida Power and Light Company hookey"will Last Homecoming" when this mortal
Gen. Doolittle said in a to new roofs hither and acquired -
message on
lose yon
I has up its post-war sleeve. The, much of its charm by this shall have put on Immortality and
all personnel. unescorted bombers against the I plan the old Beacham place and
I intelligenstia may cry "heartlesscorporation" I happiness shall be perfect and peace
"Each of you," he continued, "maybe powerful Luftwaffe, and proved the I and "monopolistic combinea" I It would be an excellent thing if transformed It and started 2000 assured forever His message

proud of your part in the defeatof feasibility of an American Idea I the pupils could I chickens towards your frying pans.
to their hearts' contenttothe keep eyes onI brought to a close a day of great
Germany. I am proud of you. The precision daylight bombing over the the Rotarians' attendance record and The man must be tireless. The
every day citizen the fact that I inspiration and fine fellowship
world Is proud of you." Reich. Beacham 'place Is most marvellously
his life is made easier for less and do their best to equal it. I v
The Eighth Air Force was the As the Eighth grew in strength, Visitors Ir.proved; garage apartment and
money Is the fact that counts, and at the Tuesday meetingwere Moses S. Harden Electrician's MateU
world's mightiest strategic bombing it was assigned the task of crushing house have been repaired, painted
that makes him think of public Jack Spenser, now of the Pa- I S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville
force. It'. personnel of 185,000 was the German Air Force which had to Inside and out, newly screened, and
club Marshall Mc-
utilities with gratitude Rotary May 31.-Moses S. Harden, ion
the equivalent of 12 infantry divisions be done before the Allies could Invade the house now looks as it always
Ginty, guest of J. 0. Wolff, Jack I of ,Mr. and Mrs George J. Harden,
and it could send 21,000 France. Bombers of the V Mason should have looked-dignified, solid,
of the Florida Power and Okeechobee, recently graduated from
men in 2,000 four-engine air-I Eighth smashed Nazi aircraft pro- William A. Smith, of Lake Wales Light organization, guest of Chief self-respecting, substantial, and at- the Aviation Electrician's Mate
and 1,000 fighter. over Germany at duction centers. Its fighters destroyed was a recent visitor with his sister, I tractive on its circular drive. Keep
Parkerson, and Sgt. Carl Stello, school here and was promoted to
one time; a combat effort possible I thousands of enemy planesIn Mrs Sam Davis. this dynamo Ellis in town for a few
guest of Nathan Zelmenovitz. Seaman First Class (AEM) In the
only through the support of tens of the air and on the ground. years and the Gad-fly' stinger will
Four members
I were absent U, S. Navy.Entering .
thousand. of non-flying specialists After beating the Luftwaffe Into The Rev. D. 0. Alderman and his wither from disuse

Since August, 1942. when combat relative Impotancy, the Eighth threw family will leave on Saturday for v So that this column will not be the Navy May 12, 1943,
The real income of the American he received his recruit training at
opeationa began, Flying Fortressesand its growing weight against Ger- Mayo, Florida, where they will take I all sweetness and light this week,
public at the start of Apil 1945 was Great Lakes, III. later being transferred .
Liberators of the Eighth dropped many's rail system and vital sourcesof up residence. Mr. Alderman has resigned and therefore completely out of
more than 700,000 tons of bombs oil. These 99 cents, compared with $1.00 a yeari character I mention to the Naval Technical Train.
campaigns In con- the ministry to become a that there are,
on enemy targets. Fighter pilot. junction with the British Royal Air I field secretary in mission work, i i ago. This was the seventh consecutive -I on our main streets, just two houses ing Center here
month since November 1938 Harden is now qualified Aviation
shot down 5,250 Nail plants and destroyed Force and the U. S. 15th Air Force, where his ability to organize, make 1' that are in sad and conspicuous need -
that real Income has been below the Electrician's Mate and will
4,250 others on the ground. disorganized all transport In Germany friends, meet all sorts and conditions of paint. No, I'm not saying.
dollar mark according to Investor's probably see service with a Naval
Bomber gunners shot 8,000 German restricted German military of men successfully and his V
In monthly study of Air Unit
interceptors out of the air. operations In the air and on the talent for getting results, will be of I Syndicate a Twelve percent of oar nation's

Airmen of the Eighth were the ground, and paved the way for the wide usefulness The communitywill I I what people earn V and spend population reside In the six Southeastern We are aften prophets to others,

first American. to attack Germany, I march of Allied armies across Europe miss the Alderman family states served by the Sea only because we are our own historians .

The early crews flew a handful of greatly I BUY MORE WAR BONDS board Air Line Railway .Madame Swetchlne.


Cl QA with purchase Brooms and Mops Frying Pans Dust Pans Garbage Cans, I

RUGS i of Lamps Lanterns Water Kegs Mosquito Sprayers & P. D.

EACH another rug Bicycle Chains Fishing Tackle' Boxes and Supplies Auto and

Truck Jacks '

GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 54 Okeechobee, FloridaIobt.



FRIDAY, 1945

PEPPER ASKS YOUR OPINION All have been In use for some time,
EDITOR CLEMIly : and are familiar to\ boatmen operating -

Punishment for Nada I liulpli Kemp In those aections. Use of these

Published Every Friday by the j I I am sure that everyone in Flor areas In intensified training at var.ioul

Okeechobee Newt Co., at' Okeecbo- t ida will\ agree with me on the punishments i f naval and army air stations,

bee, Okeechobee County, ---I Florida |II due the Nails and the / e\ : the Fort Pierce Naval Amphibious EVERGLADES

BRYANT BOWDEN . . Editor' Fascists for the atrocities they have training base, and other navy and \

I committed against the helpless peoples army installations make them extremely

Entered M pH-ond elms mutter July of the world. A month ago I ( dangerous' for transclent GRILL
1. till J lit the eoActtofbfatO9N1879. joined with Senator Leverett Sals- vessels r
bee, Fin, "
tonstall, Republican of Massachusetts All vessels are barred from restilcted |

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I In submitting a resolution in areas at oil times Operators .

One Tear In advance . .. $200 the Senate on the subject Here Is are urged to check with their NOW OPEN TO

Six Months In advance .. . 1.00 how I describe It: I nearest military and naval command THE PUBLICREGULAR

Three Months In advance . .75 "It suggests that it Is the before entering operational areas,

sense of the Senate that the to make sure that they are not In
notices In local rnlnmni 10 1
RPading President and the State Department MEALS
wits a line Hates for display ao>. rtlntnr use
furnlnhcd on apnllratlnn make certain unequivocal j1 .
ified RAwtlstna. 2 rents each Clu.-I
declarations the NOTICE OF T \:1:[ SALE
rr Insertion All Items to people ev, For &
cnndnrted for profit Delinquent 1944 Evergladesnralnaie
advertising rates. of Germany indicating the Ulitrtet Taxt
chargeable NOTICE, Is all
hereby given that
AdvMlliln Mils-- -Ire payabln on the responsibility to which they will lands delinquent on June 1st 1945 for SHORT ORDERS
lot of each month. Parties. nnknowa to be held for the butchery of the v Kon.payment of Everglades Drainage
District taxes the 1044,
for year or so
publishers required to pay In advance. Jewish people and other people .tltl; much thereof as may be necessary to
1 the amount due for taxes on said e
whom temporarily they have In ",1I lands for said year. together with the
RE THE OKEECHOBEE NEWSBy their grasp, and whom they pro I costs of sale specified In the law.Irovernlnll' .
said District will be sold HOURS
Marjorie B. WallaceI pose to destroy "Here's the proof. Danged It at public auction beginning! at twelve :
we of .Jnne.1n ,
o'clock noon on tbe tat day
The revelations of the last few ain't gotta go the limit to back the at the front Curt

am taking advantage of the week. from Germany's prison camps boys there who's with auffertn'BONDS and, dying BONDS over, Ida House and In continuing tbe City of until Okeechobee said sale, Flor.Is Open Week Days 6 A. M. to 10 P. M

Boss'es absence this week to sneak have shown the world the tue spirit BONDS. completed.A .

in an article which he might consider of Nazism and Fascism. Irrefutable complete Is available list of for such public delinquentlands Inspect Sundays 7 A M 10 P. M

I unethical and refuse to pub. proof., the proof of the eyes and ion during the business hours for at tbt the fo
SITTING IN WITH office of the Tax Collector
limb ears of our own Congressmen and County of Okeecbobee In the Court
What Is Is ethical Is pretty TilE LAWMAKERS Home at Okeechobee FlOrida. and Inquiries
or not our own newspapermen, the proofof as to the .uded In
much In the mind of the Individual the cameras of said, delinquent list br mall or by
our own news
anyhow. There was a small boy photographers, have been offered By Russell Kay ness telephone hours, ,or"" 11be In\ person fully answer deb,

In New York who asked his father, I that the Nazis are In fact murderers The new liquor tax last week by the office ofBE981HaALDERMAN.

proprietor of a clothing store to torturers and sadists beyond both houses was promptly signed by Tax Collector County, of Florida Okeechobee

define ethics. description.Only the governor and will become effective

"Well, Abie answered the father, by enforcing rigidly such on July 1, as will the new NOTICE BELL OF INTENTION LAND TO Is it a LOT or a Little?
cigarette tax of 4e
"Ethics Is like this If a gentleman resolves as were embodied in the per package. NOTICE IS IlEHEin GIVEN that

comes In the store and buys a tie resolution Senator Salsonstall and I During the put week legislation SunOS pursuant. Laws to of Section Florida 15 Acts(I), of Chapter 1941

for one dollar, and gives/ for it by proposed can true justice be done was passed Including proposed guarantees and Florida.Section Acts 07. Chapter of 1113t. 14717.us amended Lawsof Seven billion dollars the quota for indi
mistake dollar bill, and of $4,600,000 a year for old R..cllon' 20W8.! laws oforlda.
a ten goeson for these crimes Ida by 11 Chapter
not mean
out, ethics Is should I divide the justice to the Nazis: they have for. age pensions and (825.000 for dependent .'\ to. Acts Hwtlon of 1941 42 Chapter and also 20722!pursuant viduals in the 7th War Loan makes quitea

dollars with children from general Laws of Florida Arts of 1941, as heap of
nine my partner or felted their right money.
to ordinary justice. amended by Section 19 Chapter 220TO
should I put it In my pocket and I mean justice to the world. I funds, the slightly changed oil conservation I laws of Florida. Acts of 1IM1. and of
say nothing?" mean justice to the families of and oil tax measures and Section Klortiln. 44 Acts Chapter of 1841. 20722 as amended bv It's a bigger loan than Uncle Sam has
No one will deny the value of a the liquidating state buildingpogram \ Section 21 Chapter 2J07U. Lawe of
those who I
suffered and died In the Florida Arts of 1IMT: the following! needed
local No honest. and the measure setting upa Okeecbobee Couuty. yet.
newspaper. one can Nazi' torture chambers Justice to'' scribed lands In
participating retirement fund for .Florida! to-v.lt:
ly deny that he likes to see In its the peoples who have been
prostrated state employees and officials. Lots 6 & T, Blk. 100 City of Okee- To
columns his own name and the accounts by the Iron heel of Nazi cbohee put it over, each one of us will haveto
of his doings and the doings The house passed and sent to the Lots B to 8 Inc. Blk. A, OVeecho-
dominance, who have lost loved ones bee Development Cog 8/D scrape up MORE cash-buy BIGGER
of the organizations to which he in i ibelong. the war which the Nazis launchedin senate administration endorsed bills Lot 1, Blk. SO South OkeechobeeLot
.. No man in business will to create a full time budget agency 1, Blk. 10 South Okeechobee bonds than ever before.
their attempt to conquer man Lots 3 & 6, Blk. 1ST, City of Okeechobee -
deny the value of such Indirect advertising kind And and central purchasing bureau and I'
most important of all, 10 Inc., Blk 49, City of
Lots 1 to
to consolidate the state's
in the form 270 separate Because this
of news justice to the youth of tomorrow, Okeerhobee year there will be only two
stories, to his business. I funds Into five. The budget N. 40 ft lots 17 to 26 Inc., Blk. 49,
whose lives will be forfeit If we City of Okeechobe War Loans, not three; so we've got to stretch
Stores churches, the schools Individuals director and purchasing bills have .
permit a false sense of to Lots 1 to 11 Inc, less lot 8, Blk.BO
all profit from the mention mercy been made special order bill. for City of Okeerhobet those two into three!
lead us into the error of permittingNazi lots 12 and 13, Blk. SO, City of
of their activities by the local and Fascist ideas senate consideration. Okwholiee

newspaper You'll grant me that. strong again In Germany,to in Italy grow, The senate passed and sent to the Lot bee 11. Blk. ISO City of Okeecho Sure-7 billion may look like a lot of

Now the subscription price of a house the governor's bills to set upa Lot S. Blk. 1<1, Wright's First Addition .
Iin Japan, and In the world.
to us. But 7 billion-or
newspaper barely covers the cost of Let me know if of revamped state improvement commission tot3. Blk 10. Riverside Park Add any amount of

the paper upon which it is printed II attitude on this question.you approve my and Increase the jal alai! Lots chohee 344, Blk 108 City of Okee- money-is small indeed compared to soldiers'

and the postage to send it out. Very truly yours, betting tax.OKEECHOBEE. Lots 5 & 6, Blk. 158 City of Okee lives. ,
There Is no provision( In the subscription V \ I
CLAUDE PEPPER Beg 2017 ft W of NB Cor. of
price for the salary of the CROSS-FLORID.t S\VV' of MV",. Run W 2087 ft.,
linotjpe V WATEKWIY TO BE CLOSED S 2118.7 ft, E 20")7 ft., N 20N 7ft So no matter how you look at it we've
operator or profit to the I
The In SIT 21. In p. 87, Rze. 3$,
owmr The profits are In paid ad- growing seasons in territory containing 1 acre got to make our quotas bigger in the 7th War
served by the Seaboard Air Line Navigation Interests It.'! IWT: ft 8 of M Coy of
Mrtlslng and are ,
in the job
printing Railway from 811 tof II14 Hun W 20S7 ft. Loan. And the WAY to do it is the
range ISO days In that
which every small newspaper plant' I informed that by authority of the I S BO ft. E 2rtS.7 ft. N BO ft.. Sec' way
Northern Virginia to 3CS in 21. Twp 37 Kge .13 containing 27
day. million
Secretary ofVar the Okeechobee smart Americans
"nhcits Of course, the larger the South Florida I 'i acre in the Payroll

uculntlon of the paper, the more I Cross-Florida Waterway will be Lots' 4 to 32 Inc. Peter Raulerson ) Savings Plan are doing it.

i n,(Mintage to the advertisers therein, closed to navigation for the un- I'I/D I ..
totsU to 37: 19 to 46 Ine. Peter I
'K a long subscription list I. a dist watmng cleaning and painting of Itnnlnrnin SDE '
'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y''Y 2421 ft. of lot They're
4l&tV132.2 ft. putting aside EXTRA
"itt asset to the newspaper in gUt the time locks In accordance with of lot 4*. Peter Hnnlorsnn S/D money

'Ill advertising. I the following schedule: Lot 4* except W 132.2 ft, Peter and buying BIGGER Bonds.
HAul.r.oll( | 8/n j i
M\ interest In The News is, In IGilbert Theatre Moore Haven lock. 20 June 5 Lot 4. Peter nanlernon !S/I>
Lot 10. Peter Tiaulereon S/D I
July 1915.
u ian Impersonal one-because Lots 4. 8 & 0 Block 135. City of I If they can do it, so can all of us.
wnti for its columns and get a Oitnno, lock 9 July--:24 July 1943. Okoorhobee
will 1 ho ,".rt for snip
--- -- i nt rnbllp nnt
'",>H remuneration for what I write SUNDAY & MONDAY St. Lucie lock 80 July-15 August. rrr for the highest and best rash bidublppt

'I""-n't constitute any immediate or .----- -- P. rlode of several days will oc- "Coninilmlonprs to the right"f Fvi'rjrlmli'S: of the Board Drnln of

>. i'Jote> excuse for sticking my nose cur between lock closings when lure Dlntrlit. nllI 'or Hoard of TonntTroiiimlSHlntn
'T* of 01'/lp..llOh.e r*''nnt\.
'J its business But you'll agree Carmen Miranda and traffic can pass through all of the lorldn to reject nna'irt nil Mils GKEECHOHEE
lock structures, nt flip, Courthouse. lipelnnlm at 10 no COUNTY BANK
that I have never needed an excuse Michael O'Shea It U suggested o'll.irk A. M, on the IStb lily of
fIJI'i butting In anywhere Huh navigation Interests schedule their June 11W1: Easement for drainage
nod rooliiniatlnn and road
So I want to register a kick. in"Something- operations to take advantage of this : will he reserved purpose I

When you have programs to beI feature I 1'0.10 tW (,O "I1ROo\IO"F.T1q OFFICERSC.
i :rated do For During the 80 (IK nHHAnE DRAINAOI > .
I II you bring them to ThN'va period July 13AUJu.t

: ninriucTnnd
II. McNULTY, President
office T Do you advertise i in 11/15 the old'St. Lucie lock : N. RAY CARROLL
mum OK 'OY'STY TOM Vlce-Pres. R. B. MESERVE, VIce-Prei.
The News with reasonable regular the Boys"'in will be available for such craft of i iI \MIXXIOM or( oKpnno, i
t'. I limited dimensions I II RtE P1)I'S7'Y 1'1 OHm \. I IBV DIRECTORS
When utilize
) you have job printing to as can ',
!to11. itvrrriisnv:
f b. done does The News get the job? Technicolor) I the facilities/ of this structure which ""'rk of the Circuit 1 Court I' R B. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. 3. 0. Pearce Allen Markham
Clerk of tho rirnilt Court of E. M. Meserve C. H. McNulty N.
If your answer Is "jes" I'm not has a width of 30 feet length of Okepcholiee County 1 Florida. Ray Carroll

'n 'king to you. Accept my pat on the UTE NEWSM.1RC1i HO feet and depth of 4.7 feet over By ns DO agent HIS for GARDNER mild Boards, Phone 15

1 1.11 i, k and read no further. the lower sill Deputy Clerk I

If your answer is "no" why 1 v -
-- --
B" ause I can get It done cheaper

somewhere else, you say. True FRIDAY & SATURDAY I LIFTED IN 7TH DISTRICT

enough A office -
newspaper operates
June 8.9
under certain rules and regulationsof All military restrictions govern-

ing fishing In the Seventh naval
wages and hours. It
cannot corn Dennis O'Keefe and
oste with printing done under no district, with the exception of a

regulations Imposed by law But are Margo number of previously! designated restricted -

aea. have been lifted ef-
you forgetting that you receive act In"Leopard-

ual benefits from the publication of fictive at once Capt. Wm. Wishar,
I acting, Seventh naval ANNOUNCEMENT '
the newspaper? Are you forgettingthat Man"Tex district CoastGuard

many people read the accounts officer, announced today., The .

of your organization's activities., I move was aithorlved by Vice-Ad REOPENING OF OFFICES '

your church meetings, your lodge Ritter and miral Walter S. Anderson, district!

doings your son's whereabouts, your Dave O'BrienIn | cot mandant. AND

weddings and funeral. and new babies For two and one-half years, war

your social good times, your time necessity made It mandatoryfor THE SEBRING GENERAL HOSPITAL J

bond rallies strict limitations to be Imposed .
your commission
council meetings, and that all of "The Whispering on fishing operations Today's act- MAY 21, 1945 .

this Is Invaluable Indirect ion cancels most of these restrictions .
And that it doesn't cost you Skull"LVTE except in certain are... 1 If
a penny? restricted areas which cover

Live and let live Is excellent many square miles off both coasts \ h' .
an '
OFFICE HOURS: 10. 12 A. M. 3 5 P. M.
m otto. I am not suggesting that you NEWS and in the vicinity of Key West and neb .

take all of your printing businessto Dry Tortugss, wl'l: remain In effect. i,' > ,, .. .. .'
.. L. W. MARTIN, M. D. ,
The In addition, s .
News when numerous operational r
you can have It -
done elsewhere, where It provides ComingAttf tfo S-- areas are also' still In force. '. SEBRING; FLORIDA N .' \' ,

the Income of an estimable gentleman .

But divvy up a Ilitle! won't "TilE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU""THE i 0.' .i \
you ? Give some of business 10 Cwr'''t A. a A t 6'. : 'r' .
your -
to ,
The News job office, and advertise > '\ \* .\': 1- ;r' /,1.1

:in Its columns oftener Pay back to .DOUGHCIRLS" .S4..'ir*" 11'1 /OAYS: J.,,'. ( -1M ) '
'j .. .. ,
loctil "DBSRUT 80XG" '" I . r
your r
paper some of the nebulous I "A"" ,
'" .t.. 't ... ,.:... "
but very real advantages I It "SINCE: YOU WENT AWAY" 'r (Ide : I \ : \ "
; '.
give you. .- :''Y'Y'Y'Y''Y''Y''Y'Y'Y''Y''Y' ' ....tlqlitd for Malarlsl. f'Yn"tons.w.r ,/ \ ; YYfl>.lN'01 11: lp.fJ3H";: 'a"!t1bUi

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FRIDAY, .JUNE 1, 1945. .



((1011 NOTICE Probate TO Act CIIFKITORS Beta. 119, 120)) I NOTICE OF BOND SALE I I4l,000.OO I of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, on or Okeechobee, Okeerhnbee County, Florida .

NOTICE IS HEREBY: : GIVEN:: that the following described lands will IN HIE COURT OF '1MB COUNTY $ OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY, prior to May 81, 1945. The right lareserved this ROY 17th day R. I1ACLKU8ON of May, 1U45.,
be aold at public auction on the First day of June A. D. 1J41 at the court JI'DOE. OKEEClimiHK COUNTY FLORIDA, GENERAL REFUNDING
Clerk Circuit
house the County ot Okeechobee State of Florida to pay the amount due .FI.OUIDA IN I'KOli.U'E to reject any and all bids. Court
Mr taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with all cost ot inch aale In rPI; Estate of ) BONDS: Dated June 1, 1941 I The notice of bond sale heretofore ( Court Okeechohee Seal) County, FloridaCircuit
and advertising. Said sale to begin at 12 o'clock Noon Charlotte Jauiea holmes) .
BESSIE ALDEKMAN Tat Collector. Decenuoul!) Scaled bide for the purchase of let for May 19, 194S has been ---
Florida I Tn All Creditors and 1'ernona Havlnff: Okeechobee revoked.
Okeechobee County Claims or Demands Agalunt Said County Florida, General AND MhKriNU FOR

n..I..tlon ot Amt. ef IM Fatate: : l Refunding Bonds will be received \ C. E. DRAWDY, I'lHI'OHK OF IIBXRINO
You and of
each are hereby
' lot 22! .___....____...... 25 85 82 20 Unknown ....__....... ISO notified and required you to present any and considered by the Board of Chairman, Board of County ; $
N 16 acres of NE% clnlma and demnnda which you, or I County Commissioners of Okeechobee Commissioners Okeechobee 10 AI.L WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
of NII:% ___.__.. 86 83 81 Id T. Tancen ........____..._. 1.40 either of you. may have nz.iln"t the I Pursuant, to Chapter IWKI.iS, Laws of
Lot 20 ._._.._..__ 10 84 S3 20 II. M. Woodcock __.____ I.RO estate of Charlotte James Holmes de- County, Florida at the courthouse County, Florida. Florida Acts of 11)41, relating1 to By-
Lot 14 .__._...... Ifl 84 S3 20 Molly Rack ...___.._____ 1.80 veined lute of "aid County, t* the I in Okeechobee Florida J ROY iTKlnili'B Drnlunve Dl trh'l. the Board
Lot 20 .__..._..'\"" 21 84 S3 20 Unknown _._.._......_._.___. ISO County Judge of Okecchobue County on R. RAULERSON. of CummlsHlimpra' of Ever-rladei
Lot 1A .._______._... 81 84 83 20 W, Wilson ....____.____.___ iso Florida at his office In the courthouse May 23, 1945, at 10:00: o'clock A. | Clerk, Board of County Drainage District ban completed a
Lot 27 _.__......_._ 81 84 83 20 E p. ft O. W. Yolk ___ iso I of Raid County at Okvechobee, liilildul showing the debt service requirements
Lot 4 ................ 8A 84 S3 20 Joseph Rchmaderer _.__.__ ISO j honda within eight calendar months I M. (EWT. The said bonds will i Commissioners, Okeechobee of the District t during the
Lntu2,28&2O.... 3 81 3., 00 B1nnr1ieE.Caee.-._ 4 fit from the time of he first publication consist of SI 1,000.00 par value of i County, Florida. year hi'glnnlnir on the let day of neit
Lot 13 ..___.._._.._ 4 8.1 83 20 O. A. Langhurat _.__._..._..._ 1.80I I I of this notice. Each: claim or demand I I November., and ending. on the list day
Lot 2S ft W% Lot 18 5 89 S3 80 F. n. Hill ...._....__._..._ I ahall be In writing and shall elate Okeechobee County, Florida, General of the ell..epdlnlOrloher.. and tbe
Lot SO ._...._._... 9 85 83 20 t'nknown ..._...___._....._ 1.110 I the place, of resilience and post office Refunding Bonds, lasue of 1944 I IN TUB'] CIRCI'IT COURT OF TIlE mime tint been placed on file In the
Lot 27 ...__._.__.... 12 83 83 20 O. O. Blanchard __.._._._ 1.50 address of the claimant and aball be I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF office of the Secretary of the District
1.ot,3.4,13&14..17553380 r.R.Weaver _.....__....._._ 8.01 sworn to by the claimant bla or her dated June 1, 1944. The Refunding FLORIDA IN AND FOB OKEHl : at room W7 Comeau Building, Weal
1.011I/ A B, Blk 8 agent or attorney, and any such claimor Bonds bear l ChoRES COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. I'nlin Beach Flnrlda, where the lame
GREELY S/D B. F. Smith ..._......_._....._ 200 demand not so filed ahall be void. Interest represented by |I may lie eiamlned and this Is to notify
KOS1E LEE FLINT, coupona payable aeml-annually June you that laid Hoard will meet ataald
Chancery Cue No ?T
ISINOER PARK Bill Aa executor of he Last Will and I I place on the 7th day of Jane,
Lot 2 .............. 7 fnknown ...._._.__.......... 120 Testament of 1 and December 1 at interest rates, EDNA CLAY DILLON A. n lJ1l1. It ONE THIRTY o'clock
Lot 30 __.___.._._... 10 neo Fanlk 1 .., Charlotte James Holmes deceased and with maturities Plaintiff, j In tha afternoon of laid day (being
Lots 20 ft 30 ......_ 12 Cllttord Gerald _._.._.._._..._ 120 First publication April 20tb .__.II .. I ai follows I VI not lens than fifteen daye from the
S-4 of REV4 of NW% I 'publication_ May 4th 1044 Amount LONN1E DILLON, ) date of the first publication hereof)

of NEti ..._..... 28 85 33 i Bessie A Monroe Webb ..._..._ 1.40 I Interest Maturity : Defendant ) for the purpose of hearing objections
Lot 7. Blk. 10 Baalnrer Rat* (June 1) ORDER TO APPEAR and complaints with respect to .lld
Bnalnesa Sec.Lota Erne M. Castle _...___ 1.40 I NOTICE I buuuiget
21 2B ft W% of Okee<.hohee County Florid*, $ 9,000.00 8% 1952 TUE STATE OF FLORIDA : HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Lot 27 ._n__..._.. 11/ 8.1 84 BO (?eo. Tnlley ..____.._._.. 421 Nay 18, 1945 14,000.00 8%% 1954 To Lonnie Dillon 111 South Broadway OF EVEROLADBS DRAIN _
'.nt 11 ..._.___._.._. 17 SS 84 20 W. T. DeWlft ......_.___._ 180 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lexington Ky. AGE' DISTKICTBy
Lota 21 and 22 ...__. 17Ml 84 40 A. It. Dennis ............_..___ 821 I l piu'mm nt to Section 9 of Chapter 15000.00 SH% 1955 It Is hereby ordered that yon are Earl MrDanlel,
Lot 80 ....._._..__.. 24 S3 84 20 I'nknown ._..______.._...._-_. 180 1:5I I i. Lows of Florida Acts 1U37 I| 8,000.00 3U% 1956 required to appear on the 18th day Vice Chairman.
known as the MURPHY ACT and In of June, 1941/ before the above entitled ATTEST:

NEW OKEFCnOBEE HEIGHTS !!I..... A. pursuance of Chapter 20658. Laws of I The principal and Interest will be Court to the Bill of Complaint filed By K. M. Tbroop
Itllr. .'", rllla. Acts of 11)41. known ai the I i against yon In the above entitled Secretary.

Lota 24 ft 2/1/ .__._ 15 r. ('. Wilson __.___.._..__.__ 120 EVERGLADES DRAINAGt P14.TIIICT payable; at the First National Bankof 1 cause. And The Okeecbobee News
Lots 1. 2 and S ...... SOB 'optnla fhrlgtenson .___...-._... 15012fl ACT, the following de' Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, and la hereby deal-mated aa the newe- Life consists
Lots 42 to 41 Ine .. 11 Fay Hohert ........___._._.._. scribed land situated In Everglades | paper In which this order ahall be of the alternate process
tote 10 to 11 Int!. .. SIT Angelina Baker ..___......_..-.__ 110 Drainage Lit strict In OkeechObeeCounty l the bonds are to be accompanied by published once a week, for four (4)consecutive of leaning and unlearning, but
oft 84 tn S7 1np ._ S8WU t'nknown ....._._._.___..... 100 Florida will be offered for the weeks.
of SEU ft NE% sale at public outcry for the highest approving opinion of Messrs. WITNESS the Honorable A. O.i It Is often wiser to unlearn than to

of 0EV----- 4 *4 S3 120 Unknown ........,..._.____...__. II"" anil brat cash bid, subject to the trght Caldwell, Marshall, Trimble and :i Kanner as Judge' of this Court and learn.-Bulwer-Lytton.
SF" 4 34 83 40 R.': W. Spanldlng ____.___.._._. 811 of the Irustees of the Internal Improvement the teal of this Court In the City of
NFV of SE% of Fund and of toe Board of Mitchell of New York. Proposals

IIE14 _..___.__. Ie 114 85 II "a.lha C. TYl1rlt'J _._....__._. ISO Commlsxloners of Everglades Draliiaile I ---
4W4 ._---___ T III all le11 t'nknown ...__...__._.._._____.. 1153 District to reject any and all bide, I must be enclosed In a sealed envelope
Lot 10. Bib 12' at the Courthouse beginning at 10:00: marked on the outside "PRO-
Okpchoh. Pla"a_. MrI. 1'1.' Iamparne ..____._ 1.30 o'clock A. M. on the 18th day ot I
1'E: % nt 8B% of OEquiuruiI June 104}. Aa to alt lands outside POSAL FOR BONDS." Biddera must I
o"r"rl 2 the corporate limits of any municipality ;! :: Rom where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh
NPJ rn'. __n__.__ 11 37 115 T .TIm fUp01l 'ITV' _...__.- 2.70 a* of tbla date title to one accompany their bids with certified
13PL IIW MI' f>f N4of half of all petroleum and three fourth or Cashier's check drawn on an Incorporated I .
P4 lit flEJ,4 of other minerals will be reserved by
Cnn N 2MT ft.. 11 TruHteea of the Internal Improvement I Bank or Trust Company -

205.7! ft., II 208..7 ft., Fund ; If lands are within said corporate -, payable to the Board of Lee Sticks His
'W -- ft. 11 111 11/1/ 1 NnThuin nun 1Itob. .._____. SOU limits aa of this date tbe reservation I Mapes
W'4 ____........._.. 18 37 811183 1" F. Quinn ___..___._.__.__ 14.32 applieR but privilege to ex-1: I Commissioners for 2% of the par
NU 0' NWI4 of SW', plore mine and develop will be :ri
IItIwv\ __.._..... 20 37 811 II A.r.: Dnll ____._......__.____. 139 on and under lands only with conducted I value of laid bonds, said check to I' -" Neck.out.- *. .
1"11 nf NW% IIfNW14 tbe concent of the be retained aa damages In ,
surface of
tIt 8Wt,4, .... 23 37 315 I Klrhy Morran "TYE" ____.__ 240 Kiiuemeuts for road right of way owner.200 event '-ii- 'II'\.
N lit !\\I'W% of NW'4 I feet wide will be L non-performance of any proposal accepted -
_.._ 27 37 35 11 __ __ 152 reeerved by atld I We had meeting at the Town roof but because itdoesn't
nf NWI1c _..._ 'C. 1?. ciImnisworth I Truetee from any parcel through I The bonds will be delivered a a new ,
!\\II.( nf IIE'4 IIf W14 ; which there la an existing state road; Hall Friday night, and when do to let intolerance and
nt IIE% IIW% otIE14 I and with Interest coupons due December
!\ lit 111':14 _____ 28 1'1 1115 13% 11. n. 111'11111 Elt .______._.. 355 easement and for for road drainage purposes and will reclamation be, 1, 1945, and subsequent attached Homer Bently spoke up for a prejudice creep into a community. -

W 11 nt N'W14 ofN'W14 reserved by tbe Board of Commie I new roof for the schoolhouse, .
: ___.__.._..____._._ 809IN and bidden
:\\I 37 :!O t'nltno'Wu __ loners of Evergladea Drainage Dis must agree to accept Lee him. ,
"':11'. 500 ft'ift;;. Diet delivery and make stayed"pat"a
tpp IIPr. 211 run 8 I>**erpr1on i payment for the I "How long you been In thla lifetime or a year, whether ..
ft. 'IV 21) Lots 1 to 4, Blk. A. Okeechobee bunds at the First National .
20\1\ ft.: 1'': 20\1\ rJ :II 37 ss 1 ::. n Hu"lon ----..--..--.-- Development Co'a SID Bank I town?" Lee demands. works with his head or hie

I."t 40 A B' 2'1t ft ofc'4 lots 1 to 6, and 14 to 23! Blk. B, "Fourteenyears,"says Homer band, drinks beer or buttermilk _
\ "f In' 311 Ieee 820&7ft Okeechobee
Development Co'a
.. he's good
-BO long a
tIt let SID proudly
"" II 20Q1 ft fit PJ2QII Lots 7 to 11, Blk. B. Okeechobee American be has a right to speak
ft ot !!I% of lot .. Development Co'. SID ELECTRICAL WORK "Then yon keep quiet say*
__ 18 118 35 11)'IS 15. n. !.I b.ITB" ____..._.. 4.u. I his mind, aad have bis oplalons
::115 .____..__.. tr Lots 12 and 13, Blk. B. Okeechobee Le "We cant have transients
All .' .. .. 1 ft4 8.3 fl40 Wm. lance A Marth Scott __ 4"21An Development Co'a SID (however different they maybe
-- running In town.
34 8811.'I1I Wm. Tnee Ma.lha Scott ._._ 421 Lots 1 things our
.----.----. 2 to 13 ft 18 to 32 Inc., Blk. ) respected.
I All II 34 85 11.'I1I Wm. T.ene A MA.lhaIrott\ _. 41121. C, Okeecbobee Development Co'a I'm glad to that all of .1
-- -- -- report *, \
\ P. \: .
All 10 84 8IJ MO Wm Tnee Ma.thaI.ot! __ 4"21 SID P. EVANS
All --------..-..----.-.------- 11 84 85 1141 Wm. '.an.e MArth Scott ._ 4/121/ Lots 14 ft 19 Blk. C. Okeechobee us voted Lee down and let Ho-
All .. 114 8ft Mt Wm. '.an.e Martha leott ___ 4"21 Development Co'a SID mer have his I'm glad not :
All -. 11 84 11ft 1141 Wm. '.anre A Martha Scott\ _.._ 4521 Iota 16 & 17 Blk. C. Okeechobee say. 8ce
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All .____n.__.__.._. 14 114 ftfI ft.14 Wm. T.anre Martha leott ___ 4521 Development Co'a SID just because the school did need
A It 111 114 8ft MO Wm. T.anrehrtha Reott ___ 4521/ Cots 6 to 11 Inc.. Blk. 1, Okeecbo HOUSE
All 1-- 1 ;,f'4 22 34 38 1rn9 Wm Lan.e 1.farlha Scott _.. 80. O bee Heights SID

Lot B Blk. 16 Wrlght'a First No. 119 of a Series Copyright, 1945, United StaM Bnwtn FoundatimWITH ,
rr \ Lot 14 W* II.
COMPANY SID .. 15 0. S. Tartch "HE"Lota ._.._______. 2M Addition -- II
1 6
I to Inc., Blk. D, Wrlghfi --- 1

ft to 11 In... Bib Lot 2nd 1,Addition Blk. to; _
B. McGlnshen S/D -
S. :
A NPII! ...-. .1. C. Slegl .______......__.._... 168 Part of Sec. 22, Twp. 37, Rge.
L"t :!1'. Blk. .ri'---
CONNOR HIGHLANDS' A. E. ErkroanTot. .__.......__.._... 1.38 Lots Addition 1 & 2. Blk. 0. Southwest I

1 and 2. Blk 1 Iota :1 ft 4, Blk. 0, Southwest .
T>rnrnRY GARDENS tflflnWfl.._____...._..._.. 1SS Addition '
Lot 10 20 Elba !\\Ipnaenhallith '.__'_" '_.. 1.OS Tot 5. Blk l 0. Ronthwe Addition
Lois 7 8, Blk' 0 Southweet I I'
Lot* 1. 2. 3. EH of Addition" I
11 tote n tn 12, Diii O. NOW OPEN
TF.TFR ll\II.ER ON !! /DOKFFfHCOnFE Marvin Chnndler "HE" .____... 2 n .\'tlon' Southwest I
1.t1t n It 10. 131k. 12. Southwest
CITT.. I '''"t1nn
niu.Lot T.ote 2.! 8 7.
B ... 21 Frnnk Boawell .........__.._.... 11' I .ldulttion, Blk. 12. Southwest
---- -- ---
Frank ..Inilil ... .. ...II' '
12 r"
lot 21 _.. --- ---- 12, '
Lot: 7 112 Truce Realty Co. ......_._..._. RK2 I A41tIOI1 111k. 12. SotithwestT.otRttu "
) -1'2 Tver Aimtln Bomli ... SIW A FULL
Lot I' ---- -- LIKE OF
lot 12 ::::::::::::::1'* Truce; Realty Co. .--..---.... 312 |, 20 Blk. 13 Soiuthutept111k. I .

Lot ____.._____._10W' Vnknown ..__n_........._._.._.. SM I. .
Lot 1 14 Truce Realty ("'n. _....__..__._. S4J t/I 1. Okeechobeejwt9 n..,trbt'. I
Tot 12 :::': :::: ::: R. E Mclaughlin Eat.Fd _.._..__ 1 1.6 T'.O:., .. '
Tote 2 nnd 3- _._____.1\1\ Knight ................_._. ISO v 61 ""' vi- TTTW TVTpr*
Lnt 12 242SOITII Ilplcn R. White .............._. 1.IM) "n'rt8'"T' ) v
c'I,4'rTis' OP PI Of /19 '

01F.ECIIOflVE rn'1/n 0.. ,. j II
lllk. I II op; rvpnor' .o"qq.rivt',>" 2 PURINA
etc 1. 2! and S ...... 21Lota .And Rcott -nn" ______...__. 11 R! arr pr'' 'nE nRAr'l.-. CH'OWSChick
1 and n ...... .It Lee Carltnn ............_.____.. 2ndHarry Ify liov II \ftpnaov TrrT' f J
tote 11 and 12 .----- 31 T.. Morrow, Eat 'HE" .. 841Sarab for Trniitooa \; ,.t |?
Lotf 2 to 10 Inc. ._ 51Lot Reward .................. 824! ml' TmnrArompnt of tJo Inter
Fnnr n"d
for n
10. BIb 6 I flfrf of P
Northwest Addition I C. IT. Howard -....._.... 1S8 of Eerfflnte T>
._ ..._. ._ (tkuutu'hhep County. II
001lH.U.. II II v. __ HordaOTICE j I
Yt 3 ..__ _'___h___ 1 I'nkno"n ..__.__...____.__._... 1.16 ---
,. I.t.ts 1 IInII 2 _____... II "'. A. l1a1.I'Y ___._...____..._.... 11 ---- I
I.nta 13 A U ______e. 0 W. .\. pnzey "'IIE-------------- 10,09IO1'THERN >( OF \rrrir\Tiov FOR :
l'INE" AnD1TtO? .Notice I I. hereby Siartena Purina
u I.ola 0 an" 111 ._..__ 1 (111421 011I1' 1I1ntrlptnn. 1".t. ._.......... 11.113.. I } PnnnefM, .Ti'., the riven that Oeorire Omoleiie
Lots 0 and 111 ___... 1 ((111431 flue Singleton, Ell. ____.._.. n fn'Inwino' certificAtes baa holder of the
Lots 9 and 10 .._._. 1 ((10H flue Sngieton. ESt., ._..._..._.. 6.113 "irtlflcatea th for a tax deed to filed he lUlled anI '''on. Certificate
Lute 11 en4 12, nlk.D of Imunnce. the numbers and years
Chick 1'
WIIIIT; A nlID\ W. F, .In..kann _.........._..._ 1.38 prnpmv. and the description names In of the Growena Calf Starlena t
Lots 21! k 21, BIb B mis nsftnsaed are as follows which II''
WRIGHT & BUS SID Ilary Te'1or _-.__.._..._....._ 13 Ccrflflearn No. 12 A 24. :Year of
iHHiimuo July 7 lAU
R.\IT.RO 6flflITON I Certificate No 20 A I
I.ntl 2 ond 7 _-_.__ t !11. T. Peels ...._.--._.._....... 1T1.0tl iHsunnce July) 1. 1042..12. year of Broiler
7 and S _.__._._ T Amplla Bollftton ........_..__.._ 1.18 I DeNcrlptlon of property Chow Cow ChowChow
1.0(5 1 to 4 Inl', 8Anll Lot :!O. Section S. Township
12 ___.____.._. 11 5. 1. Oavle ...___._._..._.__.. I.M linnirr 3.1. containing 20 34,
I."t ft __-..._______... 12 \I.\ 1. Ia..11 _....____......__.. 114 Lots 2 3. 6. 7, Blk. 10 Townslte Acres
1.ots 0 & 10 _.,___ 11 t'nknown _._._____.______._..._ 1.08 of Peeaa.
Name In which assessed Oeorm V. Layena Chow
Panneffel PJ ilk
BItERIflE PARK Jr.: George J.
__....__ 22 'nknown ..____ O. J. Danneffel; ,
I.nte T. 4. 41 _....._.__._..._ I.:!' Pnnneffrl.
t.oll 1 10 12 Ine ._.. 23 t'nknown _.__...._....__..____. 1.23 Ml of said. property being In the I[
County of Okeechobee State of Flor.

rO IP.SIID Unions such certificate or certifi Chick Feeders
All n..n.n__.._.._ J 1. L. Io'ian _........_.._____ 1.38 cates shall he redeemed according to Dry & Freshening
Lots 1 to 21 In. lee" law. the property described In aitch

I"t. 11 and 12 ____ Q :T. L. IIorian _...._.___..._.._. 1.68 'certificate or certificates will be sold
tn the highest bidder at the court
WRJr.IIT'S FIRST ADDITION boils door on the tint Monday In the
1.111 1 ._n__._.._. 1 "r. Rohl'rl E.I .__.._..___... ft 42 month of June 1049 which la the 4th Water Founts
Lots 1 and l 2 ______ 8 Edna Ward ,__......___.._.. 123 day of June, 1041.) Bulkylas
1.01. 1 end 4 _.___. 13 B. J. KIng ___....._..._.__... 1.23 Dated thin 24th day of April, WI5
l'St'LATTFD LANDS TO CITY Clerk of Circuit Court of
Gnvt lots II W of Okeechobee
County, Florida
Ok..rbohre Ave _. 21 aT 85 2 :r. A. Deogbtty. ._._._._.._...-. I.Uo,.> (Seal) Corn Rabbit
W14 ot SE4! of S\V% Checkers

of NEI4 _...__.__. 29! 3T 85 II t'nkno"'n --...-.......___.._.._.. 1.113 I
-.. ...- ._ _. -- NOTICE I

(..;OIlIlE; IIOWAUIVOODLE.. Route TO: HENRY WEAVER NOTICE Is hereby elven that Checkers
4, Hox .10, 1I1.ltIo'fllr.'orth Cnolloa.j % MRS. REBECCA WEAVER the Trustees of the Internal Improvement .
9 You are hereby required to appear (MOTHER) Fund of the State of
at my office In Okc....hohee. Florida Florida will offer for sale to he
on July 2 A. I). 1U4.1. to bill of com HADAWAT. ALABAMA soul to the highest bidder, at Talhasscft. .
Plulnt for divorce fll"d I agnlnit you I| Yon are hereby required to file Florida at 11 o'clock A. M.
by Mary I.ee'oodl.... In Circuit Court written appearance In my office Your In June fith. 1041\ the following described
of Okewholio* County, Flnrlila In default I Okeechohee, Florida" on Jane' 4th A. lands In OKFECIIOREB COCNTYl
whereof Dec'ree Pro Coufiaaowill '| D. 1043. to the Bill of Complaint In EH of EH of 8wy4 and WH of BURGESS
he entered, agnlnat you. TheIkPu.ehu'to ; the nilt for divorce tiled aealnit WWj of SEVi. Section! 32 Town- SUPPLY CO.
Ni>w. In 'iilirnateil na them by Mary France Weaver. In the Clr-i ship 87 South Kan ire 39 East
'wa|>aier III whlih thla order lhallhe cult Court of Okcpchobe County, containing 80 acres more or his.'TillM .
piihllHhed once enrh week for fournmniTutlve Florida. In default Whereof a decree i NOTICE Is pnMUheil In compliance
nevkaWltnona pro ronfomo will be entered a toy hnnd and official sent yon. The Okeechohee News I to dealv'' "7< "40. Flnrliln SMtntea hilt FORMERLY WILSON'S
at Okewhohee, Okcechohee I'nmity noted a* the oewapaper In which this .' The anccesHful bidder la to pay the FARMER SUPPLY
I nnlcr will he advertising
Florida thin :Hint dny of Mnv. 1941. published once a week posts.
for four eonienitlve weeks. | 'l'bp I 'I H'' S'IKKr4: :! OF THE: INTERN.
i \Vltnem A r. IMPROVEMENT FUND of the
my and seal of said ,
of Circuit (Court Okeecbohoe -
County. Florida ronrt this 23rd day of April A.. D. I'i State of Floridii' reserve the right; tonlect OKEECIIOBEE FLA.
1043. any and all hid*.
Hy lions l.irdner, I). .C.. ( 'BY OltPEH of the Trustees of the ,
ROY n. RArLEI111ON, Internal Imryoveraent Fund of the
?I The rules which experience tagteata Clerk Circuit Court 1 I :Ktiit of Florida .
OU-txholimt County, Florida i yilhird F. Caldwell, Governor
are better than thoae which (Clrrnlt Court Rea'l' A ttestiF.

theorist elaborate In their llbrariei. lIar Snnilcrfur! Schulman, 1 I! ,'. Elliot Secretary!

Attorney for Plaintiff Trustees I. I. Fund J ..:-;:'. -I- 1.1!: "'.. ......,.. _
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