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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: November 2, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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Volume 31-Number 19 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 2, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Mrs.Appointed Mable RaulersonIs Clerk of State Road Dept. Assures Okeechobee


Service Men Circuit Court By Gov. RESOLUTIONWHEREAS Delegates of New Bridge Over Taylor's



the World Over letter Mrs from Mable Governor Raulerson Caldwell received yes a the Supreme Ruler of the Creek Also Three Roads to Be Rebuilt

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terday saying she had been appointed Universe, in His infinite wisdom, has seen I I __

CPO Tom Coody, for many yean Clerk of the Circuit Court fit to remove from the membership of this -

a resident of Okeechobee but who i, for Okeechobee County to succeed I Club our Vice-Chairman, the Honorable THE GADFLYBy E.Representative Drawdy, chalrmn W. of J. Hendry the Boardof C.

moved with his parent to Georgia her late husband Roy R. Raulerson.
| Roy Raiford Raulerson, who served this County Commissioners, B. C,
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arrived In Okeechobee last week MARJORIE B. WALLACE
Club as Vice-Chairman in an untiring and Swain, member of the board, Nathan .
here with hli brother-in-law and At soon as the Board of County I -

litter, Mr. and Mrs B. C. Swain. Commissioners meet and approvethe faithful manner, trying at all times to ad- "You ought laid my Pop In his Zelmenovlti, Rudolph Zelmeno-
vita, and Bowden, made
He hat spent the past eight year bond the papers will be sent to vance the great principles for which this or- Engineer voice, shoving back his delegation Bryant of Okeechobee official upa

In the Navy and during the war Tallahassee and her commission ganization stands ; and while we deploreour empty coffee cup and preparing to and citizens who attended the meet.
active service In both the Atlantis will be forwarded to her The ap be dogmatic among the breakfast
law
great loss still we humbly submit to the Ing of the State Road Departmentat
pointment Is made until after the "to column
and Pel fie. He Is on leave crumbs, write a about
and after his time expires he will next General Election which will be will of Him who doeth all things well. the atomic bomb. Everybody writes Ocala' Monday

report back to the Navy on the held in November 1946. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDthat about the atomic bomb-why not The Okeechobee delegation received -
the
pa'i -------- assurance from the Road
eWe Coast- the Sage of Okeechobee, huh ? You '
in the passing of our fellow member Department that
ought to head It PEACE OR they would begin

Lawrence Sellers who has spent Local Rotary Club ; Roy Raiford Raulerson, this organizationand PIECES." construction of the new bridge

the past three years In the Navy I'. this community have suffered an irre- "Y'see," Pop went on with a where Conners Highway crosses

hat received his discharge and l Celebrates County,! parable loss which we all deeply deplore ; I mighty drag at his cigarette, "In the estimated Taylor Creek the near new the bridge Lake. would They

spent several days of this week InOkeechab. beginning there was the Jones family -
1
... Lawrence was in the I AchievementsThe BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a and the Smith family and the COlt $140,000 when completed. They

Pacific at the time of the Japanese copy of this Resolution be spread upon the I Brown family. Each family lived on also were assured that the Basinger

surrender and his ship was in Tokyo Minutes of this Club and copies thereof be I its own private range, caning for Road would be hard surfaced durIng

Bay when the Japanese surren meeting of the Okeechobee its herd of mastodons and paying the year 1947 and stated they
furnished to the bereaved family of our late I would be ready to start work
dered aboard the USS Missouri He Rotary club on Tuesday was a cele- I cow-boys ten buck a month and on It
fellow member and to the I by the time the
could
press. I county get the
anchored feed your own horse. But Smith
was on a Cruiser nearby bration of the county'a achievement the

and witnessed the surrender. In being the first county In PASSED AND ADOPTED this October I family was as prolific then as It Is I!: right of way straightened out.

the nation to raise Its bond quota. 30, 1945. I. now, and there were soon so many The Baslnger road will be builtIn

Olin Godwin has received his discharge The club' had as its guests the more Smiths than either Joneses or the program of State-Government

from the Army and returned I young ladles of the High School OKEECHOBEE ROTARY CLUBC. Browns that the Smiths went Into road building program that It

to his home here last week after whose efforts accomplished this i M. Williams, Acting President the surrounding territories and scheduled to begin as soon at pos

serving three years In the European I honor for the community. Prof. licked the tiger skins off both the sible and Is part of the poet war
)I Attest : Z. K. Williams Club SecretaryS.
section of the fighing. He took Williams told of 1he organizationof other families and took their land program the Government Is pre

part In the fighting in France, Bui'' the teams and Introduced Miss I and belongings. So the Joneses and paring to get under way.

r glum add Germany and after the Lucille Johnson as spokesman for I the Browns retreated to other lands After considerable effort on the

surrender he went on with the the group. Miss Johnson thankedthe and combined their forces, and thus part of the Okeechobee delegation

Army of Occupation and served with Rotarlns for their cooperation, I H. McDougald Has the tribe was born. The Jan... the Rod Board agreed to grant the
Sen. C. o. Andrews
them for several months He was and accepted gracefully for her co- I Been Elected Vice-Pres. I i Brown tribe came back and licked county $2,000 to be used In rebuild.

with General Pulton's Third Army. workers the tar out of the Smith family,
the appreciation and grati- Ing the bridges on the cemetery 8
And Cashier of BankS.
tude of the community as expressed Out of Senate Race and the Smiths high-tailed to distant road and the Chandler Slough "
Jack Relcheit has received his
by Prof. Williams, Allen Markham parts and found the Cohens and Bridge on the Baslnger Road This
discharge from the army and returned H. McDougald hat been elect- .
and President Rauleuon. the Kellys and the Williamses and money was appropriated out of the ri
to his home here this week ed vice-president and cashier of the
D. C,, Oct. 29 Senator
Washington,

Two girls of the group will go In the Pearces, who had founded the emergency fund of the Road Department
after four In the Jack Okeechobee County Bank and assumed I
years army. Charles 0. Andrews ( D., Flattoday
the near future to one of the Veterans first city, and joined up with themto and Is ready for use Im-
took part In the Invasion of Italy I active charge of the bank
announced that he would not
Hospital., to have their picture lick the Jones-Brown tribe, and' mediately.The .
and was seriously wounded In the Wednesday morning. He succeeds
I offer himself for re-election next "
taken the the state born.
as they present to so was
leg at Anzlo Italy, later being sent I I R. B. Meserve who resigned. Board also assured them that.-1
His statement Is follows
year. as : "
hospital one of the endowed beds "That sort of thing, Pop remarked \
would ahead
with
back to the United States for Mr. McDougald comes here from they go the rebuilding -
I will not be candidate for
a reelection
,which are made possible by the profoundly, settling himself I
of Road 8 from
treatment. He stated that hit leg Jacksonville where he was engagedIn Brighton'to
to the United States Senate .
of the bond drive. the
success $3000 ,comfortably Into corner,
wound was completely' healed. War Contract,, work. for ...thjt la the.Florldaprimary next the KIsslmmee .RIverTIa,_work ..
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I will endow abed, and the greup'raised "?Vent "eerrTr4ba..grewjstocities .s.fnb going'aheriRFoltthaLel: bhplp.tlM
1 I United States Navy. Before going May. I plan to return to the practice I
over $24,000, therefore eight and cities grew Into states west of Brighton. They also r
to Jacksonville he was engaged In of law In Orlando at agreed
Florida
beds In hospitals for veterans will and states grew Into nations, and
Plans I to complete that part of Road 29 t
University I the banking business In New York the end of my present term.
bear a plaque stating that they are then Queen Victoria came along from the Klssimmee River around
for r.any years before moving to In the meantime, I will
give my
donated by the Okeechobee High I with her passion for collecting the Lake to Moore Haven and stat-
Course for I Florida thirteen years ago. every effort In support of the world
Special School. things and absolutely no sense of ed they would begin the engineer-.
Mrs. McDougald' who Is now at peace treaty and to Implementing
Mary Alberta Louthan [ humor, and empires were born. So Ing on this project Immediately and
gave an their home in Jacksonville will join I and effectuating the United Nations
Entering Veterans amusing reading, and Lucille John. him here In the near future and Charter, also other vital measures then there wasn't anything left to rush It to completion,

son sang "Along the Navaho Trail" and they will make their home In affecting our nation as a whole fight for but the whole world, and Thete are the first commitments

I with Miss Louthan at the piano. Okeechobee.Mr. so there were two World Wars the Road Board has made for anything -
f University college\ courses, as and others affecting Florida In par
Prof. Williams and Allen Mark. which haven't settled a thing, so In this section In over four
!Mesene who hat served
at
well work In the professional ticular.
as ham read congratulatory telegramsfrom far, and then came the atomic bomb. years. Not even a new bridge was
vice president and cashier of the
fields, will feature Short Course
a
\I The strenuous days of the depression
It has made nations and empires as
various officials of the bond built here during the four
bank since Mr. yean
Kilpatrick resigned
for Veterans beginning at the University I preparedness and the
I out-of-date the Smith
as
spears Holland
drive Governor.
including one from Fred M. was
last has not announced his
of Florida November ". year
I I world war period through which 1 I
and clubs made the family unit""But"
Vinson
Secretary of the Treasury.
plans for the future
Registrar R. S. Johnson announcedIn as yet.
I have served during the nine
I The advertising value of such an past I I objected, "we have the Pioneer Citizen Passes
Gainesville this week
turbulent have taken their
yean secret of the atomic bomb our
achievement was stressed the
by
of the Short Course Pay Compensation to Away At Cornwell On
Purpose as toll of my energy, and no doubt my I I I selves.
speakers, since it will bring Okee-
described by Johnson Is to make It chobee county before the whole nation. 15 Persons In County ability to carry on would be impaired Pop snorted. "It's about as muchof Friday, October 25th

possible for veterans to staart at Week Ending Oct 20 to some extent by a campaign a secret as the latest tidy bit of

the beginning of a subject and not I The following ladies for re-election which now appears Okeechobee gossip-Just a matterof Aunt Ada Chandler, as she was
young were '
have the handicap of entering imminent. known to her friends and
Unemployment time until knows Itt I many
I present: Lucille Johnson, Peggy compensation payments everybody
classes late. Under the plan veterans
Chandler, Mary Alberta Louthan, were made to 15 persons 13 I shall never be able to adequately So what we've got to have now, or relatives throughout the country,

will register for only onebslf I Alice Hancock, Elizabeth Swain, female and 2 male, In the amountof express my gratitude to just quit this terrestrial globe entirely for her many acts of kindness,

at many courses as carried ins I Ada Jane Cason, Betty Anne Bass, $174.00 in Okeechobee County those who have supported and assisted Is a world-wide government passed away at her home In Corn
normal semester, but will meet
Ernestine Hunt Betty Jean Dunn, during the week ending October 20, me during my term of office. with the countries at states In a well Friday, October 25 at 5:15: p.

etch course twice the regular number -I Susan Hancock and Miriam Harvey. Carl B. Smith, Chairman of the I There Is no bitterness In my heart World Federation. m., after a long illness. She was

of hours each week. June Alderman was unable to at Florida Industrial Commission, towards those who have opposed me "Truman would be governor ol born at Lake Conway, Orange

Tie Short Course was designed I stated and the things I have stood for; because the State of North America. Another County, Florida, October 1, 1860
to aid veterans who have been tend.At
I the close of the meeting, II l There was a decrease In unemployment I know that they know that Queen Elizabeth might be She was 85 yeti old.
separated from the armed forces
Presiednt Raulerson left the chair, I I compensation payments I my public act and position have governor of the State of Britain, She was married to the lat.
since the beginning of the regular
which was taken by Prof. Williams, throughout the State after the num- been based upon what I conscientiously which would be an awful come- Willis W. Chandler October 22,
term to begin their eduction Im .
to accept the Resolution on the ber had Increased for several Relieved to be for the best down. They might elect Bilbo governor 1876 at Lake Conway, and later

mediately. death of Roy R. Rulerson presented weeks Claims paid during the week Interest of the Nation and the peo- of the State of Africahe'dlove moved to this section In their early
Students enrolled in the Short
by Judge Conely. The members amounted to $85,056, while the ple of Florida. that. Ghandl would be the married life, where they raised 9
Course will cover work In the I children.She .
stood with bowed heads for one previous week's total was 96,396. governor of the State of India, anda
Freshman level, well baslo
at at
minute In silent prayer in The number of unemployed persons Card of ThanksWe governor In dldies and a sheet was laid to rest In the Basln
course In the professional fields, memoryof I .
receiving compensation decreased would be get cemetery. Services were conducted
their vice-president and faithful really something. Might
;Deluding mathematics, chemistry,
Rev. M. M. Martin of
by
member I to 5,659 from 6,286. wish to express our thanks suggest It to Mr. Caldwell first if
agriculture, economics, public finance
Okeechobee. Rev Ernest Altman of
Hillsborough and Polk Counties he'd like "
Paul to start the fashion.
Wongrey was a guest of and appreciation to our many good
or transportation, education,
I
President led the State In demands on the "Now look," I said, Canal Point and Henry Sloan of
health and phyalcal education, Industrial Raulerson, and Allen I friends and neighbors for their "you're getting

arts education, engineerIng Markham a guest of the club. compensation fund, with Duval In kindness during the long illness and almost unprintable. Come to Basinger.

drawing, and mechanics. Henry Parkerson will be program third and Dade In fourth place. The death of our mother, and thanks the point, and try to rememberthat Survivors are three sons, John of

Johnson explained that It will not chairman for next week's meeting. week's payments totaled $14,135.51 especially to Mr. C. H. Parktrson I children may hear you." Okeechobee, Grover of Cornwell,

be possible to begin all subjects of. to 912 claimants in Hillsborough' for his kindness.THE. "0. K." Pop grumbled. "Jus Alton of Basinger; four daughter!

fered by the University, but It will CARD OF THANKSWe County, $13,078 to 970 claimants In WYNN FAMILY when I start to get bright, you Mrs. R. D.; Holmes of Fort Pierce,

be possible to accommodate all students take this method of expressIng Polk, $9,118 to 598 claimants in Du. rule me out. You're just jealous, Mrs. A. R. Roebuck of West Palm
val and $7,746.50 to 407 claimant that's all. C. Williams of Corn
as far as facilities permit. He our appreciation to the public Anyhow, the point Is that Beach, Anna

added that Law classes will not be both white and colored for its con In Dade. compensation payments were made times have changed and boundaries well and. Alice C. Germaine of Se

Employers with job opportunities during the week In this county haxe expanded until there bring twenty five grand children
available for the Short Course tribution to us in our drive for are n o ;
fund. to construct a cemented basketball should contact the nearest office or were classified ast: boundaries short of the stars 1 In and 18 great grandchildren.Paul .

I court. The the United States Employment Ser Citrus Industry Laborers 9, grader this old universe. The atomic bearers were Larue Chand.
Nearly 10,000 crates of cucumbers court Is complete
were moved through the Wau- and paid for and we expect to begin vice, where claimants mutt re&l.terfor 1; miscellaneous: welder 1, clerk bomb has rubbed them out. So ler, Hugh Chandler, Maurice Thom.

chula Farmers' Market last week using it at a very early date. Jobs before being qualified for 1, laborers 2; not classified 1. whether we like It or not Isn't the I as and J, B. Walker of Cornwell,

for prices ranging from $5.50 to Signed ROBERT E. ALLEN compensation. question. Well like it: or we won't Sol McClelland of Lorida and Alli
Unemployed to whom Subscribe to The News (Continued of Cornwell.
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elgn' policy, or any foreigners, for his flesh shall of the flesh] reap TEACHER available Master's bee, Route 1, Box 62.
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that matter, In your World Federation corruption: but be that aoweth to Degree, Florida Life Certificate for
? Wouldn't the word be obsolete the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap Biology; Home Economics) Science; MALE HELP WANTED: Oppor- F. L. PORTER, D.S.C.

Published Every Frld y ky tile life everlasting" (Gal. 6:7,8)' Junior Grades Write Elizabeth tunity of lifetime supplying DDT FOOT SPECIALIST e .. Co
Okeechobea News Co., at Okeeehy "The word will be obsolete or The Lesson-Sermon also Includes McDermott,_Lakeland, Fla. and other profitable products to CHIROPODIST f,
Okeechobe County, Florid
bee, the human race will be I" Pop called the following passage from the farmers In Okeechobee County. No
Put Your Feet In My Hands
BRYANT BOWDEN ......... Witor back. "Science FOR SALEi: One House and Lot experience or capital required. Must
And left me thinking-God grant have auto and good references. 204 Sunrise Theatre Bldg.
2 bed rooms, sleeping porch, living
Entered gwond rtnii matter July us wisdom, for little children Permanent. Write or wire McNESS
M I we are Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: Phone 782 Fort Pierce, Fife
1, 1914, at the Pod Office In Oiewli- porch, living room, dining room,
bee. Fla. under Act of Mar. s. 1871. playing with a deadly loaded "Butter the suffering which awakens kitchen and bath, Lot 60x300 {t. COMPANY, Dept. T, Freeport, Ill

SUBSCRIPTION RATE gun. mortal mind from Its fleshly Nice garden, fenced. See MATTIE 1.;}+}, {:"3'A:..'o5ti":+:----.x"
One Year In advance ..........MOOSix dreams, than the false pleasures FULLARD, Hancock St., Okeechobee
Months In advance ........ I-JJ:I Churches of Christ [ which tend to perpetuate this ELECTRICAL WORK
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in advance ...
Three Monthi
.nI I dream. Sin alone brings death, for MaJaL.ri.aLCHECKED
:Scientist"EVERLASTING
sin la the only element of destuc- I FOUND One automobile '
tire, size
Mnir notice In local eolnmni. 1ronti tion. Sin makes Its own hell, and 900x20 mounted on rim. Owner I P. P. EVANS IN '7 DAYS WITH:
ailverrtnlnir may
a ilne! Ratce for dlepliy PUNISHMENT"
LIQUID for
goodness its own heaven" (1'.1961
fnrnlnnM on application. ClasjiIflwl have same by verifying number
as
l"vertIIIDII'. S wnts each word II the subject of the Lesson-Sermon 6.10, 18-19)). MALARIALSYMPTOMS
ftrntfrHon.. AH Items regarding eD' which will be read In Churches of one they lost and paying for this HOUSE WIRING 66 6

chargeable t.r"rla'i conducted at advertising for profit rate. are Christ, Scientist, throughout the advertisement. Frank Neat, Okeecho' :..........: .."......".........."......"................>>: Advertise
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world on Sunda, November 4, .. -

Advertising Mill 1M payable on tee The Golden Text 1st "Oh let the I. -, -. IIV ,...... -. --. 11_'_'_ _,_.=:::. ..... F >La -11......... ......- -'. .
lit of each month. Pert)II. nnknewa topnhlleher wickedness of the wicked come to 00..0 0'O"M+ )o.
required to In advance.
pay an end; but establish the just" (Pi. I A Fitting Tribute to the Memory of Our Great Wartime Leader .
CLASSIFIED ADS
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THE GADFLYContinued Among the citations which com I
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( from Pace One) from the Bibles "Be not de. FOR SALE: 2 lots on Parrott
celved; God la not mocked: for Avenue south of school bouse. If i New $200 Victory Bond
be around to kick. We'lbave a
World Government, or a world whatsoever a man aoweth, that shall Interested call at Okeechobee News i .
he also reap. For he that soweth to Office, Phone 80.
black-out. We'll buddy up with Iran

and Russia and Uruguay-" .I., ., FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT THE Honor the Man Who Brought Us to

"Use acme other country," I beg I NEW VICTORY BOND the Threshold of Victory!
ged. "1 don't know how to spell

Uruguay. Will the Marquesas Is- II I II 1 The new Victory Bond It one denomination A prized addition to your collection
lands do t""Showing I only, Maturity Value

off, at usual," grunted -ten years from the date of Issue -a special Roosevelt memorial .
$200 Purchase,
$150.
rop In disgust. "Any old place] willdothey're | .w
2 This Bond, like all\ Victory Bonds,
bond that will
furnish
help our country
all on the earth, aren't j
Is Series "E" Issued under the authority -
they? We are all In this together, I of the Second Liberty
and its veterans the
and we'd better find, pronto, some I' COMMERCIALAND : Loan Act. It bears Interest at the returning
form of world government that will I II rate of 2.0a'
things Victory promised. Our
I very
work. I thought President Truman i iI 3 The Memorial Bond bears a

might auRgest one In his speech I Franklin handsome D.engraved Roosevelt likeness with suitable of job is to bring our men home-care

Saturday, but his whole talk was i iI
predicated upon an Impossibility i DOMESTICREFRIGERATION 4 This rehabilitate the .

that the USA would keep for Itself] Issuing agent. In an 'merllency'lt
the .eret-whicb II no secret at all may be converted to cash as veterans and clear I the decks for the
I readily War Bonds.
as
-of the atomic bomb. Sing me to "
ways of peace.
sleep] There are just as smart I !
scientiits In other countries as the r

ones who got the hang of using I f

smashed-up atoms for our own use. SERVICE I II Okeechobee County BankOFFICERS
The very existence of everybody

everywhere now depends upon the ,

outcome of a race between those C. H. McNULTY, President R. B. MESERVE, Vlce-Prei. WILL TOMLINSON, 1
scientists, and
power politicians N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pres. and Cashier Assistant Cashier
trying to work out a world peace.
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Peace-or pieces; pieces-or peace.It DIRECTORSN.
isn't pretty." RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.

The drone of a B-17 came over W, ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. R. B. MESERVE E. M. MESERVEFOR

the air, and Pop got up to leave. J. 0. PEARCE

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In the crucial yean that are now behind us, America has shown the world

whata people united can do.Farmers,factory workers,management,transportation AND ACCESSIBLE '
TO
GOOD
men-all have performed magnificently in the job of bringing final victory. ROADS. ,.

The railroads of the country have demonstrated anew their worth in war. "

They are equally indispensable to the pursuits of peace. In the future, as in WILL IN '
SELL TRACTS OF A RE'SUP
the past, Seaboard Air Line Railway will strive in every way to provide the 250

superior brand of transportation demanded by the public. In doing so, we '

ask only to be accorded the fair play that is traditionally American-an open PRICES 'REASONABLE.;

field for all and special privileges to none.

The spirit of cooperation and mutual understanding which characterizedour

war effort, if carried over into the yean of peace ahead, will bring us LIBERAL TERMS TO RESPONSIBLE
the most satisfying prosperity America has ever known. It is in this spirit- PARTIES

e and with the sincere desire to work with our friends and neighbors for the

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2, 1945 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

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f ho uneliflud as the Council shall determine I'I'I '\TTKSTI : :
Plans 'were discussed for the Legal Advertisements I .orrna Pearce e I
ii'' I lit'OH CHANDLER. Clly Clerk I
t SOCIAL NEWS Week of Prayer program to be presented NOTICE I .. __ rreilddit City Counelll! -OkiMTlinlive. Florida .
iill Tuesday afternoon, November I
tbat
11" NOTICE IS HEKEBV GIVEN
.._,._.._ _..__________. 6th, at 3:30, under the leadership the City Council of the City of Okeerhohooi AAM.H.w.we
,'-='.'a. :=a'' '.' u. for
s. a:=a =.ti= :=: =a: i = ;'; ;'; of Mrs W. R. Howell, and Florida shnll offer payment

;Youth Fellowship 'I Rae ::::/ :gypsy garb told I Wednesday evening, November 7th, of snVBKAOE prinHpnl all sntEKT RMintuit LIENS of on PAVING said basis Hen of. until 20 and<% I From where I sit.Joe Marsh

Has Hallowe'en Party fortunes, and other Hallowe'engames at 7:00 'oclock by Mrs. R. E. Link. and Including December 31, 1045. All -
l The Wesleyan Service Guild having
were played Fruit punch, I
On I II
Monday EveningThe I: lolly-pops, Ice cream and cake were had charge of church activities Keeping 'em Down on '
I I
for
the
month
1 served After the party most of the : proved delightful
Youth Fellowship of the hostesses for the social GILBERT
I hour serving -
participants went to the. football the farm
I ,
Methedlst church held r
a Hallowe'en (
'
refreshments
game, which, your reporter hears, I suggestive of theHallowe'en I THEATRE ...
at the church '
party annex on Monday '
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season pumpkin pie
evening. About forty young i was than only the a little less grewsome I mode and coffee. Assisting In ala :.:gg:.:&s:':ss M!!55:':s I node out to the Jenkins farm women's voices In the farmhouse
people and their chaperones enjoyedthe party the other day-and there was and home cookin', and a
shlvvers and thrills apropos to I serving Mary Howell were ,Mary Ernestine Alberta Hunt Louthan I Sunday and Monday young Charlie Jenkins-two friendly glass of beer. No," he
I Woman's and months out of "
the season. The annex room j Society of uniformdrivinga says dreamily, "not dull!
was Jean Proctor.
i Christian GREGORY PECK tractor as pretty as could be From where I nit that's how,
Service Met
traniformed Into
a spooky glen bya I
Others present were! Mrs. P. P. PEGGY ANN GARNERIn with his one good arm. lots of returning veterans must
canopy of moss and the usualwitches At Church
hob-goblins and ,, Monday I Evans, Mrs. C. II. Parkerson, Mrs "I expect yon find that pretty feet Yearning for excitement?
jack-o R E. Link, Mrs A. H. Amorlne, drjl after piloting a bomber," InZgcsted. No, Jnst mighty glad to be back:
lanterns, and the only light came .:I When the postponed meeting of Mrs. H. A. Proctor, Mrs W. L. Bur "The Keys of the --.. '. with the old familiar things! thedar'
i from a synthetic camp fire In the Woman's Society of Christian Service I| .
gees, Mrs. H. H. Raulerson, Mrs Kingdom"NEWS Charlie gives me a wide, con work, the rewards of
I center of the room, around which !|I held at the home
was ,
I Methodist | W. B Jennings, Mrs. Paul Burde- SPORTS REVIEWs tented grin. "Dull?" he says. companionship, and elm
the young people lat for games and church Monday afternoon Mrs. Paul pie pleasures like a Snot 11
,
I | shaw !Mrs Bryant Bowden, Mrs D. "All the time I was over Ger y
refieslimentt. Robbins used as a devotional topic i W. CIlIRel, Mrs. J. A. McNeill!, Mrs many I dreamt of this-the smellof glass of beer. No..not dulL
The affair was In costume, and "The Door, Which None Can : .. .
Shut
I Omer Hunt, Mrs. W. A. Lawson, hay, and the hot sun on my
Judge Conely took moving pictures Business was transacted In the Mrs- C. F. Jenkins, Mrs Cora Peters back. and comln' home to 80e qWJ: {
in technicolor of the many elaboraate usual way Including the appointing' I Miss Jo Parrlah, Mrs W. R. Friday and Saturday .-- "

and amusing costumes worn. of nominating committee comprised I I Howell, Mrs. D. R. McNeill), and
Be himself! as a fat and frowzy Iof! Mrs. 0. L. Hunt, Mrs. W. A. Lawson Mrs Frank Louthan. Doable Feature Program Copyright, 1945, United Statti Brtwri FuundaM

woman, was completely Mrs. W. R, Howell.
as he told a grewsome unrecognizable ghost An item of especial Interest was L1NDDVRNELL ..111h, !!! !lIlliUllhlllllllllIlllillIllIllIHIIIIIIUllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIm! !! mllIlIllIIUllllllllllllhl!

atory, passing around eyes and ears the report of six overseas Christmas i Local I and Personal GREG McCLURE
of supposed corpses in the semi- packages recently sent by W'I

gloom to illustrate his tale. Mrs IS. C. S. and other departments of I In SALE |
FOR
Mrs. W. K. Hall will leave today "The Great John L."

for her home in Philadelphia, Pa,
-r after spending two weeks In Okee- "Texas Masquerade"With
.
chobee and Fort Pierce visiting

friends and relatives. BILL BOYD p LIVE FRYERS !LI

PIANOS Pvt. James W. Jordan Is expectedto As Hopalong Cassldy

arrive In Okeechobee next weekto _
spend a two weeks' leave with EWSCARTOOS;

We can now deliver PIANOS in Okee- his parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. / EVERY DAY'

chobee and have several good re-conditioned Jordan, Sr. :1 rK |

I UPRIGHT PIANOS at moderate prices. r, ----.. ----
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin tg Dudley of --- ---
CAN BE SOLD ON TERMS IF DESIREDFor Bradenton were vial ton spending Coming ----.-..'. ----=

some time here this week. t --. -
"TilE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN""FOR I
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Full Information Write
i MARRIEDWalter WHOM TOLL": THE BELSS BURGESS SUPPLY COMPANY |


I LEGGETT MUSIC CO. Capes, colored Berry, both and of Okeechobee Josephine ".\ "SVLTY MEDAL O'RENkE"FOR BENNY" :':' FEED GRAIN HAY g

were married here October 15. TIlt =
.. P. 0. Box 384 Okeechobee, Fla. j|
ceremony was performed by Count; "_. ... .
PIANOS INSTRUMENTS MUSIC Judge TV. Conely, Jr., at his of :=.:.:i -=--
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, IMS

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Condemnation of the ui. of the Lota 1. 2. 3 and 9 to 10 Inc., Blk. laid Trustee from any parcel through 3. That this Rule shall not be construed election : and laid election shall he Tallahassee, Florida
11 Riverside Park Addition waich: tb,-* la ja :s'.itinS r.i'e rvutonti to permit the taking of freshwater held and conducted In the manner October lat, 1945
Florida'
I iweat-box In prison tyi- ton 0 and 7. Blk. DO, City of Okee- janeccrt Jcr drn'.DD-o !:nd flub commercially for the period ireacrlbed by law for holding such NOTICE

tern eontinuei to com from civic rhoheeLot r I;'nm '!'cl anl tcrcii ''n-"o''>' expiring October 1, 1040\ In any of the election\ *. NOTICE I I. hereby given that the
H, Blk. 232, City of Okeecho. wl.l De ?:1It"'Jd by tii Board of water ot the State of Florida where Any one desiring to qualify aa a Trustee of the Internal Improvement
groupi, women'i clubi and Individuali b. "cIIIM'lOlena rt Svjrjliloi!! i>:31-- laid fresh water flab an not at this candidate! for Trustee must file In the Fund of the Stat of Florida will
who that the barbaric LoS, 10 and 11, Blk. 152 City ofOkeecbobee nsi D!.trlct.! time permitted to h taken commer- 'uiiutv Superintendent' office not offer for sale, for objection only la
urge r>.'e-l-t'nn cially. later than October 30th, a Petition TallahaHiee Florida, at 11:00: o'clock
practice be discontinued. Lots 7 to 10 Inc.. Blk. 153: : City of Irt 7. ?!!k. "1. :ctr: ?f C!.,... O-H- Notice of this action on the of signed by not lei than five qualified A. if. November 6th 194.1. the following .

Okeechobee 1.c'te 1. 4, 3. 9. 9 nml 12. Blk. 11. the 'omuililon has been filed rut liters.IOARD. described land In OKEECtlOBEB
of
Lot 4. blk 1.17, City Okeechohee
Wrlghf! First Add. the Secretary of the State of COUNTY tBeginning
Lots 1 T Inc. 81 of : Florida OF Pfm.IP INSTRUCTION ,
to ; '{4 NEW NV4 Lot 5 .
and 1], Illk. of Okee.chobee and with the
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB of SEH except Kit R.W and that 70 City County Judges of the .iKKhVBOBEE-; COUNTY FLORIDAVan at tbs N.B. Corner of
TAX DEED part N of HAL KT. Sec. 4-3S-36 scvernl Counties of the Slate of Flor- B.' Llghtiey, Chairman Tract No. 24 of the Eagle Bay
Lot K.
L. and 0, Blk. 232 of ida.
Notice li hereby given that James Lot 1 except KU It.W. Sec. 5-38-30 Okeechobee City I. N. Carl T. Durrance Sup't. and Survey a* recorded In Plat Book
Lot 1 KK H-W. Sec. 0-38-30 KENNEDY Director Secretary 1. Page 31. Record of
Durrance the holder of the followlnp except Lot 1. 2 and 5 to 12 inc.. Blk. 1, lime and Fresh Water Okeecho-
certificate ha* filed mid Lot 14 and E'" of Lot 13. Blk. 5. Powell' SoD Fish bee County, Florida and run
Commission
certificate for a tax deed to be issued and l>eit. from Hancock t.C between Lot 7, 8 and 0, Blk. 2, Powell'* IN THB': CIRCUIT COURT OF THB thence S. HI degree 30' K. 580 6
Section 4 and 9, feet thence S. 38
thereon. Certificate number and yeara run S.DLota NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN degree 40' "W
ot Issuance the description ot the 8 :ItI.V along ML 11)0085( ft to. 1 to 12 Inc., Illk. 3, Powell' NOTICE OF FLF.CTIONNOTICE AND FOR OKEECCHOBEBCOUNTY ') 1075: ft., thence N. 88 degree
property, and the name In which It NW line of Wealev Harvey property S.Dlots STATE OF :10' W. 301 8 ft., thence N. 27 degrees
follow for 1'ORj; thence S S3 deg II' hEREBY GIVEN that (1\\.<1' E. 1155 4 ft to Point of
>
sed
was si are la 1 to 12 Inc., FlORIDA
Blk. 4. Powell' an election "'11hi\ held! In
Certificate No. 44, Year of Issuance 21 mlnutciV -ttC'i" ft to 17 mln each and IN CHANCERY Beginning containing 9.30 acre*.
11M1. water level to point opposite to SlTnT'ATEF.S every Special, Tax School District of In Section g and 17 Township 3S
Or TAR Case No. 941
and parallel with projected SE INTKKNAL Okeechobee County Florida on the South Range 33: East.
Certificate Noil. 02 and 00, Tear otiHpmiinof IMPROVEMENT LONNIB! BROWNING. )
FVND 11th of'ovelllher.
line of Wesley Harvey property day A. D. 1043 to
.
HM2.Certificate TIlE STATE Plaintiff ) THIS NOTICE
OF FI-oR- IS
PDA wit : PUBLISHED la
NI detr. 21 mln. fe 303 ft.
No. 31, Year of Issuance NWERLY along Hancock M.L Special Tax School District No. One vs.3IAR'I'ITA ) compliance with Section' 2'312 and

104.1. 444% ft. II..... 9q35Lots BOARD OP COMMHSIONEHS elifllon to he held at the County IEONABROWNING ) 23313. Florida Statute, 1041.Tlin .
Certlflcnte 1"01. IT and 22. Year of
OF EVEROI.AnES DRAIN. Court House In Okeechohee, Florida. ) PURCHASER
Issuance II1H.CtorUtlcnl.1 3 and 4. Blk. 1. i'owell'aD Defendant ) IS to pay the
AGE DISTRICT i The following Clerk and Inspector
Lot 9 Illk. 3. Powell' SoD advertising cost.
Noi. 10 and 12, Year ofIssuance NOTICE TO
nr. to hold! mild election J. II Me- APPEAR THE '
I.ota 1 and 2. Blk. 91. City of Okee. By ROU. llAt'LERSON!' Agent ; THI'STEE! OF INTERNAL
1045.Deairlptlon THE !STATE: OF FLORIDA
i Crnnle Clerk : .
chobeeWVi for Trustees of the Internal : K. L Worlh.V.. N. IMPROVEMENT FUND restore the
Lot 22, 21: of anil property:24. Blk. T, BnenJJIT ( of SE'' .. and NE"4 of SE%. Sec Improvement Fund and Orny and' It, II. Klngletary, Inspector. TO MARTHA UNKNOWN I.EONA IIROWNINGODIlF.II right to reject any and all buds.
School
4, Twp 34, Kite. 35: for Bowel of ( Rpeclnl Tax District No Two BY ORDER of the Trustee of the
Hark R-D. Yon required to
Lot 11 Sec. 4, Twp. 3.1 Rge. 3.1. REV of SEH' Sec. 4, Twp. 34, Rge of trlct.Everglades 'omml..lon.r.1 election Hunan In to Ft.lie Drum held, Florida at the The School following nt mv are office hereby In Okeechobee, Florida appear, Internal I Stale of Florida Improvement Fund' of the

"lit 27, See 12. Twp. 81. 1J.Jl8..1.: 3.1I Clerk and on November Mh A. D. 10441. to Bill\
I Name In which ns.e*.eT Jerry I Lot 1 to 4 Inc.. Blk. BS. City of Florda hold! soil' election : Inspector Mr. Eatelle are Lee to of Complaint for divorce filed agalnityon ATTEST Mlllard: F. Cnldwcll Governor
Ford: D n. Uliinchard and 0. A. Okeechobeewill I by Lonnle Browning In Circuit
I Clerk : Mrs. RUvIn Parker F.V. Ad. F. C Elliott See
I.a n Ifhp"l.I he offered for ante at public out. (ntipf nlr ..rhnh... ('Onnnh". II'lnPldA
I I All of eald property being: III the cry for the highest and beat rnah hidubject NOTICE illDon R. A.Tn Ilalr* School lnapectors.Slueciuti District. No. iii -default, 'wherefore: Decree Pro -Confosso Trustee I. I. Fund

County of Okeechobee Stat of FlorMR. to the right of the Board of will\ he entered against von ; the
Commissioner of Everglade Drainage A* provided hy. Chapter :!1D43. A..IIIIf Three election to be held at the Gro.cery I IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
j Okeechobee New I* designated a* the
District and/or Hoard of County 1041: notice I la h ,.'by given that Store Building! nt Balnirer" ahall .TI'POH IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
Unlem aucb certificate or certificate 'lew (paper In which this Order
the Florida The follow'Ing Clerk and In- BEE COUNTY FLORIDA.
(Commlsaloner of Onme and Fresh Water Fish Comtulsslnn
ihall be redeemed according to Okeechobee County. he published' once a week for five
HpectorH to hold Raid election IN RE': ESTATE
Flnrldn. to of the State of Florida, under tire : i OF
reject and all bid.
la*. the property described In inch any onaeciitlve. week.
Maurice Rnulersnn Clerk Zeb Durranee HENRY T.
: certificate or certificates will b. old nt the (Courthouse beginning at 10 no the power and authority granted ..111,1l'olllll1l..lon ; Witness my hand and official aeal BASS. JR.
Cliarli-i Albert DECE4SFD.!
I to the highest bidder at the court n'clnck A. M, on the 10th day of Novetnber by Swtlon :3O Article IV. Campbell. nnd at Okeechnbee Florida. this 27th day
Lofton NOTICE
house door on the first Menday In the 1045: Easement for drainage of the Conatltutlou of the State of ltlep.t'tors.SPe'inl Tnx School Dlalrlrt No. I lit September A. D 1043.: OF PROBITETO
month of December, 1041'hl..b It mid reclnmntliin ulnl| road pnrpuaiawill Florida a* amended mid ratHl.IIIv (Circuit Court Seal AIL PERSONS INTERESTED
Four election to be held at Reese fp.
the Sril dnv of December. IH! he reserved. the voter of Florida November 3. ROY li. RAULERSON I IV TilE ESTATE OF SAID
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'lI'roIiItorp. I'pthegrove Beachriorldn
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Dated, this let day of November BO\KT OP COMMISSIONERS 11142 III official meeting held October Clerk of the Circuit CourtOkeechohee DECEDENT : '
The following Clerk and Inspector
lwa: OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE 12. 1041, approved, and adopted, the County, Florida Yon are hereby. notified that a
are to hold said electionMm
SOPIIRONIA PEASE DISTRICT following, Resolution with referenceto Reese Mary Snnderfur Rchulman. written Instrument purported to h*
1'pthegrnve, Clerk C. N. ,
Clerk of Circuit Court of aol the taking of fresh water fish III : Attorney for Plaintiff the last will and testament of laid
Stratton Ira O\eda Fn *, Rual NixInspector _
Okeechobee County, Florida RO.till) OP COUNTY COM the Rtnte of Florida : decedent has been admitted to probate
MISSIONEII OF OKEECHO WIICREAR. the water of the State 4n said
(Seal) School court You are hereby com
Speclnl Tax Plitrlct NoFive .
BEE COUNTY. FIOKIIM of Florida tare natlnnnll knnwn a* aRportaman'a NOTirr. OF \rnicATioN FORT manded within six calendar mnfith
electrlon to be held In the rel-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO By HOY H. ItAULERSON. PanidUe" for fresh water ,"'ur.. of Mr*. .T. M. Scott Eagle Bayriiirldn. \'t EF.DSntl.p from the date of the first publication
SELL LAND Clerk of the Circuit Court of fish.: andVI1E1UUR. of this notice to appear In said cou.tnlllt
The following Clerk and In.upu'u'iors
"' I la hereby that C. F.
Okeechohee ( \ the for given show
011 II ty. Florida, reaponalhlllty cause If any you can. why
to hold electionGeorge
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. fla agent for soil' Boarda the management restoration, conferMitlon -- nre the : Itauleriion. the holder of the following, the action of Mid court In admitting!
harden Clerk Mrs. J. M, '
Section I By SOI>1I1l0SJ.\ and reicnliitlon of fresh water' ; certificate baa filed mild. certificates aid will\ to
pursuant to 15 ((1)), Chapter2IXI5S PEASE Scott. Mr Molllo Walker and C. W. I probate should not Hand
I.awi of Florida, Acts of 1941. Deputy Clerk fish In the water of the State of I for a tax deed to he Issued thereon. revoked.,

tdFI 07 Chapter 14717 Law riorlila I I. vested In the Game and Sole Soul Inspector election In each of Speclnl' Tax The certificate number and years ofissuitince. T. W. CON'ELY JR.
: i'i'A : the description of the prop.
I of 1931, ni amended Fresh Wnler Flab Comml.*lon of the Ochonl District Number Two and County Judge
I SOTICEO"EECIfOI1F. Rtnte of erty. and the names In which It was ___
by Section 11, Chapter 20038 Laws of Florida I
Three nhnll be for the of
.Florida Act of 11)41 and alio I purunnt COUNTY. FLORIDA NOW HEREFORD. the Onme and electing; Three ((1) School Trustees purpose: ,' : for nsfleMAcd Certlflcntm are as No*follow. 44 and: 00, Yearof IX TilE COURT OF TUB COUNTY
to Section 42. Chapter 20722. October 10. 10t.'lNOTI'E Fresh Water I'lth Comuiliglon of the
: each of said District to serve for theeusuutng Issuance 1141 JT'DOE IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
Laws of Florida Act of 1041 II IS IIEHEBY GIVEN that Stnte of Florida find and declarest two and of determlnliiff I liEN tOUS'IY. FLORIDA.
of
year ('p.lltlralt.o11.*. 34 and 40. Year
amended by Section 10 Chapter 22079 pursuant to Section II of Chapter 'the following Rule to be olonnbl..1 the amount of nilllnge to be levied Issuance 1044Certificate IN RF. : ESTATE OPHUNRY
law of Florida Acts of 1943 sodSection 1"208. Laws of Flnrldn Arts of 1917 nnd for the of the
neccxanrv purpose therein for the snnm period of time. No :20!( Year of Issuance : 1'. BASS JR.
44 Chapter 20722. lawi of known a* the MURPHY ACT. and In proper tnanajfement. reatorntlon. con. \[ Snld election In each of the Special 104,1. DECEASED.NOTICK .
.Florida Acts of 1041 aa amended bv Pursuance of Chapter 2IX15S Lawa ot nervation nnd reguliitlon of fresh water Tax School Districts Number One I Description of : TO CREDITORSYou
| propertyLot :
,
Section 21 Chapter 22070 Laws of Actt of inn known aa the fish In the watera of the State of Four nnd l'i'.'. hull be for the Jiurpnse 10. Hlk 121. Okeechohee Plara. and each of you are hereby
Florida, Acts of 1943. the following I EVERGLADE niUlNAOE PIS Florida\ to-wlt : of determining : Lot 11. Section 17 Township 35: notified, and required to present any
tle.c.lbed land. In Okeecbobea County. THIef ACT. the following ,describe 1. That this Rule shrill not be enforced 1. Whether or nut the said district Unnpo 34 Con 20 acre claims and demand which yon, or
Florida, to-wlt : liinil" situated In Kverglndc Drainage until on and after October 1, ahull '"' consolidated and shall becnine Name In which assessed Mr. S. either of von may have against the
Lot 9, 6k.! 132, City of Okeechobee platrlcr In OI ,H>phohee County, Flor. 1140, In order that nil commercial in-i; a situ gie school district.; Clinmpnirne antiV.. T. Dewltt. estate of Henry T. Bu... Jr., deceased,
Lots 7 and 8, Blk. 2, South Okee Ida, will he offered fur sale at public tcrext mav he duly. advised, and that 2. Who shall tutu trustees of the proposed All of said property being In the | late of said! county, to the county
cbobee ontert for the, tugboat and best cathlil. they may nrrnnite their future commercial coiiBi.lldiilod Dlatrlct.\ The three Countv of Okeechobee State' of J lid ire of Okeechohee COURt,. Florida
Lots 2. 3. 4 and S, Blk. 207 City of aubject to the of the Trnsteea
right operation accordingly 'pemon, n" l\lnir the highest I number Florida I within eight calendar month from
Okeecbobee of the Internal Improvement 2. That on and, after the effective I of \',>tta ,'/I.t1'1'' h,' declined' the I'nleM nch certificate or eertlflcnle the date of the first publication of
Lets 5, 6, 11 and. 12, Blk. 17. South Fund and of the Hoard of Commie-' ilate for the enforcement of tills Rule I rl"rust\era eli'rted\ for ald ,'consolidate ball be redeemed according to I this notice Each claim or demand
Okeechobee Inner of Everglade Drainage Dlltrlct : no per."ii maj lawfully take or attempt sihoi.l,. I list rut and shall lerve for Inw the properfv described In such lintel lie In writing and, must state the
Lota N and 9, Blk. '0. South Ok... to roTt any and nil bid, at the to take any fresh water fish next eiiMiiIng I two year* ; certificate or certificate will be aoldto plnce of residence' and pout office ad-
chobee (Cn\irthoii. liegi lining at 10 '00( from the water of the State of Florida 1 'Die' number: of mllll, of th'l the highest bidder at the court I 'these of the claimant and must ba
I..r.Park 1 AdditIt'to 12 Inc.. Blk- 9. Riverside o'clock A. M. on the 10th dar of No. hy mean of Oil\' device excepting Tnx I to be h'\ld, for the two */ bonne, door on the first Monday In sworn to In' the claimant his agent

'. vi-mlii, 1113 A* to all parcel of land I hook and line. rod and reel, bob, hug .star nllbln the proposed con- the month of November 1043. which or hi* attorney or the nine will be-
Okee'choW"L 10. B1C. 181. City of of ten sires or inure, title to one.halt spinner. troll or trot-line The taking inlldnted dlstrlitVI i l b the Mh tiny of November. 1941. i "mo.h.. according to law.
i nt petroleum ami three.f"urtha of of fresh water fish from the water of mild "lection" mill I the "utah tied Paled this 27tb rtnj of September 1'his SMh Itnof September 1945IIEMIY : .
NI ot Okeechobee of the Internal Improvement mean ir nn) other device excepting School' DNtrlct. who' I' n ta\ ,)f real ROT R RU'LERSON: Executor of the Kstate. Will and
31.'t RlI'e.NEH of NE%. Sec. 13. Twp I Fvnd Easement for road right of the foregoing I I. hereby expressly forbidden or personal property wlthlu the Die. Clerk of Circuit Court of lestnment of henry T Bass, Jr.PecenKod. .
S3 way' 200( feet wide wilt he reserved by 'I trlct ihnll be entitled to vol<<<' In this! Okeechohee County, Fla. I I .

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