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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: November 23, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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).
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Volume 31-Number 22 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 23, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof State Citizens Treasurer to Be Ware Warns of 100 Fishermen And | Conners Work Highway Will StartIn R, B. Meserve Was Elected Manager of


Service Men Mail Order- InsuranceJ I Businessmen Held I 15 to 20 Days Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce At


Edwin Larson, State Treasurer ', Work of rebuilding Palm Beach

the World Over and Insurance Commissioner, Is Meeting SundaySunday Road-Conners highway 5,4 miles Meeting Thursday Night, November 15

launching a campaign designed to t east from Canal Point will be
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Salter Watford has received his inform the citizens of Florida regarding I started within "15 or 20 days" according -"

discharge from the Nary and returned I the risk they are assuming afternoon at the Court to John A. Benton of St. THE GADFLYBy At a meeting of the Board of Directors
I House about one hundred men Interested
of the Okeechobee
to his home In Okeechobee I in purchasing Insurance from com Petersburg, successful bidder on County
in the future of commercial I!
Monday afternoon. lIe has spent panics which are not licensed to do the Job. MARJORIE B. WALLACEI Chamber of Commerce held at the

the past thirty months In the Navy | business In Florida. The Commissioner I fishing In lake Okeechobee met In I Mr Benton was In Canal Point offices In the Southland hotel
the first attempt at organization of
at Pen acola where he was a hoc points out mainly that suit on Wednesday of this week where don't like tourist towns. Thursday night, November 15,. the

l ltalapprcntice In the Naval Hospital. against non-admitted companies the commercial fishing industry In I ha was making living arrangements( In fact, I actively dislike tourist Board unanimously elected R. B,
this section.
lie was discharged at Pensa- cannot be maintained In the Courts for his men who are to come hereon towns. I dislike their greedy, Inflated Meserve as manager to succeed L
of Florida that these companiespay the job. He will have In the V. Conrath who has resigned to accept .
cola ; By a series of complicated and, to I out.of.all-reason prices, I
no tax In Florida; and that the layman obscure legal processes, neighborhood of 30 men and living dislike their scrambling, hectic, the place with the Homestead

Mr. and Mrs. Van Lightsey many of the contracts Issued are the fish In Lake Okeechobee area i| accommodations must be arranged confused, hysterical atmosphere. I Chamber of Commerce

ceived a telegram from their re.1 I very much limited In the protection now under the jurisdiction of the I before the job can be started, Mr. dislike the average tourist So, In Mr. Meserve has had wide experience

Lloyd Llghtsey, who has Just returned offered. Game anad Fresh Water Fish Cornt I Benton said. my personal dreams of a bigger and I in Chamber of Commerce

to California from fighting 'I Larson said, "These companies i ,Usion of the state. This august | While here Mr. Benton conferred better Okeechobee, the tourist has work and has1 served in the same

he uked body closed the lake to commercialthat with County Commissioner Paul no place at all. The hunter or capacity at St. Augustine, Fernan-
in the Pacific In which operate through the mall and over I
and Is, seine-fishing, but under ) Rardin In regard to rock from the sportsman-yes, for the short season dino and Marianna before comingto
them to wire him some money radio and the only way to protect
from interested county rock pit for shoulders on Okeechobee to accept the job as
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But Florida
the
pressure not typical tour
also the amount he had In the bank I our people is through: some publicity I
as he was thinking about getting on the subject. I receive a extended this closing a-rouPs'l i, the road. Several weeks ago Mr. 1st, than whom I can imagine nothing vice president and cashier of the

married. Lloyd was aboard the I great many complaints about these first of October of next year. : Rardin announced that the state less to* be admired or desired Okeechobee County Bank. Mr. Me
I could use rock from the local pitIf serve will take active charge of the
retur'ned I (Having gotten that Involved
t SS Dennis which to California 1 companies It Is the contention of Informed
work here December
lat
it would expedite rebuilding of' I on
sentence off chest, I
two weeks ago after tome I I fishermen that seine is I my can pro.
fishing not
Larson advises the citizens of II I I the road When It was decided that ceed.) In this, the Chamber of Com In addition to Mr. Meserve the
In the fightingaround I
daring experiences harmful
only not to the bass in the
the Philippines and other Florida to buy their insurance only I II such a plan would be satisfaactory merce and I differ, or at least, our following officers were elected to e
lake, but that it Is
absolutely neeesiary
places In the Pacific. I from companies which are duly admitted I I to all concerned, the contract was late secretary, L. V. Conrath, and I I, serve with him for the next year
to them for
II I I and licensed in Florida and preserve sports immediately let In Tallahassee. differ But the gentleman with the | H. H. Raulerson, president; C. E,
I fishermen for In the fu-
to angle
The Okeechobee News Is In receipt I any Information in this respect ture. Rock for rebuilding the base will forehead had some excellent ideas \ Drawdy, vice president; Carl T, -

of a notice from the Public will be gladly furnished by him upon I I be shipped to Canal Point,-Everglades concerning the town and I think he Durrance, secretary and treasurer.

Relations Office of the Charleston, I request When a seine Is drawn in, thereare News.ICity's did a great deal to wake up manyof The Okeechobee County Chamberof

S, C., Naval Separation Center In scores, perhaps even hundreds, the business men to the town's Commerce has made much prog

which It announces that Jefferson I High--School-Ond; of gar fish and other predatoryfish Recreationi possibilities. Fundamentally, you ress in its work here since it

Howard Wise, BM 2-c, has been released In it, which the fishermen destroy | cannot have a progressive, growing was organized during the summer

from the Navy at that place In the old days, when the I town on cattle A cow town Is a and we can look forward to even

The notice also states that he has : Plays For Rotary ( level of the lake was Nature's business i I Program Is Now static town. If we waant to grow, more good from the organization lathe

seen service at the Naval Air Station there were shallows and we must have other Industries, a future.

at Vero Beach, Fla, and oversea I Club Tuesday sedges around the edges where the I Off to Good Start greater permanent population to

at Port Lyauty, French Morocco bass fingerlings could hide from I support them, and, folks, lots more T. W. Conely, Jr., Is

and North Africa, and Is entitled I the canabalistlc "lough fish," and a FARMING:
Seriously Injured In
to medals for the European cam it I The Rotarians had the great balance was preserved which kept I The city's recreational program, If you'll stop to think about It,

paign and also the Good Conduct pleasure of a visit from the Senior the bass in numbers. But the drain. made possible by the recently assessed the reason for the statement that a Fall From Car Sat!

Medal. age all through this section of | cow town is a static town Is obvi
I Band of the high school at their utility tax, Is off to a flying
Florida has eliminated these natural There is T. W. Conely, Jr., son of County
ous. much land
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Tuesday meeting S. R. Ralfsnldor, start with the employment of Clar
sanctuaries of the young' bass, suitable fo grazing. It will support Judge and Mrs T. W Conely, fell
program chair man for the day, ence J. Bowman as Recreation DI. j
Buy Christmas I arranged for Prof. Kent to bring and they are left crowded In the rector. just so many cattle and no more. from the automobile while enroute

I II lake at the mercy of the gar and The cattle industry will support to West Palm Beach with his par.
his organization again to play for
Seals-Save An I the club, since it has been several other enemies. :Nothing disturbs the :Mr. Bowman has wisely' begun by just so many people and no more-, ents last Saturday morning and was

I months since the band, then just gar-nobody goes after him with I using existing facilities In the and probably, In proportion to the seriously injured. The car door

life starting serious work astonished bait or seine-nobody wants him. parks, reclaiming the abandoned amount of money made by the Industry opened while it was moving. and he

Okeechobee i the Rotarians with their fine per- So he waxes fat on food fish, unable I tennis courts, and instituting an it needs fewer employeesthan fell out of the door.

,' formance." to get away fryni him, in the.confines i orderly program, -for_ .the, use. of the any other business. So when He was rushed to the Good Sa.
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I I of the lake. I Woman's Club building which is I you""reach the"p ak of the' po in rltan 'Hospid.1 at ,Vfest" Pair.
You the be i
have received through It is impossible to too enthusiastic
now to be used as a recreation number of cattle which the
cen- ibl.1 Beach where his wounds weredressed
moil by this time a sheet or two of I about the wonderful work The seine fishermen contend that
ter by the city. can support, quit cold.
you
and stitches were taken ill;
the Christmas Seals-If you have accomplished by these young people If bass are taken from the lake In

been overlooked, please yell. And I under Prof. Kent's Instruction. The numbeVs by sports fishermen, with The tennis courts are now clean, ing.have" "done went where you ii go ::' the cuts, about his head and face

please send In your money right Improvement Is evident in every out a corresponding destruction of the backstops repaired, and nets X-ray pictures showed there were
let'i Okeechobee I reeds better the predatory fish which they, the I In the folder which you will find no fractures.
away- make county -I section; more give a 'have been ordered A group of boys
another "first" by being so "I balance, and Individual improvement commercial fishermen, catch in worked hard helping to make the at the bank, giving the statementsof His condition continues to 1m.

prompt with our quota raising thatwe III e'ldentn every member. Sart- their ,nets and kill, the balance of glass-grown: concrete courts useable the various McNulty banks, you prove and he Is expected to be ableto

beat the rest of the countryonce ing with an ambitious and expres the waters would be upset, and the again, and Mr. Bowman gives full will see a striking Illustration of return to his home In the next

more. It's a habit with us, you sive overture, they swung througha bass gravely menaced. Their contention credit to the following boys: Dave this fact The Klssimmee bank Is few days. e

know. I couple of marches and two dwell-u Is certainly given supportby Chandler, John E. Burdeshaw, W the oldest in the chain, serves a

For the first time this year we I known hymn tunes, with precision, the fact that in spite of seine H. Conrad, Lawrence Sweatt, Chas. greater area than most of them, and Cpl. Lum Quarles, who is station.ed .

will get a dramatic and Immediate excellent tone quality, smooth mod fishing in Lake Okeechobee for Breland, Grady Smith, Gerald Hair, Is next to the smallest In amount of at the Army Headquarters at

demonstration of the uses to which I I ulation and spirited enjoyment many years, it I Is still the best bass Ardell Breland Jack Boettjer and deposits. Klssimmee 1s, fundamen- Camp Pick tt, Virginia, arrived In

our Christmas Seal money U put I Especially noticeable was the excellent I fishing water In south Florida, and Clarence Breland. tally, a cow town. Quod erat demon Okeechobee this week and Is spend

One of the mobile units for chest !l work of the trombone sec-1, sportsmen come in with strings of strandum.If Ing fifteen days here with his wife

examination will visit Okeechobee tlon, the alto and baritone horns, healthy, sizeable bass taken with Not only tennis nets but a bad you put' all your eggs In one -

early In January. So our slogan, and the Increasing clarity of the lure or fly. minton set as well will be availablefor basket, you can tote only as many Sgt. Garret Swindall arrived In

Buy Chrfatmas Seals-Save An trutipets. The clarinets and saxophones play on these courts, and cer- eggs as the one basket will hold. Okeechobee last week and Is spend.

Okeechobee Life, is not Just sales are not yet strong enoughfor The meeting Sunday resulted in tain hours will be set aside for the We need more baskets. We need ing ten days here with his parents,

talk. I perfect mellow balance, but they the formation of a committee to use of the courts for roller skating. some small Industries-several small Mr. and Mrs I. J. Swindall. Sgt

Why Is this chest examintlon bye' are getting better all the time. 1 undertake an educatlonaal program A schedule will be posted givingthe ones rather than one monopoly, of Swindall is stationed with the Armyat

X-ray so Important? Well for several Okeechobee may well bs proud of for the interested public, and If I use of the courts' to adults dur whatever sort. We need the PERMANENT Harvard, Neb.
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) reasons. In the first place, I 1 its band, and appreciative of the remarkable I necessary to take such other steps ing school hours and to young people population which they

every undiscovered, untreated case talent displayed by ai may help to preserve the corn- I at other times, and the nets and I would bring to Okeechobee. And we you wish, but come along you will
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of tuberculosis is a grave danger to I I[ M 0 Kent for bringing out prof.j merclal fishing rights in the lake; I I I equipment will be kept at some i iI need a backlog of farming folks If you would rather come along
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also, educate the fishermen
others. Tuberculosis la "catthlna-'I sponse and cooperation of to J i I near-by place and signed out to I This county could and should raisea marching proudly at the head of

The victim, who may member, and welding them Into an I themselves in the laws already in I' the user, who will be responsible goodly amount of seasonable the procession and waving a ban

toms whatever beyond a tendency I Integrated and harmonious group force to limit the season and the for their safe return. I truck. It used to, and people made, ner, that Is your privilege.Did .
which seine fiih-
conditions under
to tire easily, may be spreading I Nathan Zelmenovitz had as his Mr. Bowman plans softball on the whole and over a period of I ever get stepped on the
be carried without a I
Ing on -
may undue
the disease among his family and I I guest the new cashier of the bank, harm to the bass population.The court where volley ball may also be years, good money at It. Agriculture other day by an Irate gentleman
friends. In the second place, tuberculosis | S. II. McDougald, and W. I. Fee I Is a solid and firm foundationupon connected with the Florida Power
I I lake district was zoned Into played, probably at one end of the
in this early stage can be was an unexpected and welcome I football field which to build a solid and and Light company I Right In frontof
where
four and three whole. night games
accurately and positively diagnosed : visitor. :Mr Fee said that he was parts, men a will be i I healthy community. the post office In public, tool I He
( possible As soon as tax
sale dealer fisherman and
a a
ONLY by X.ray. And In the third I returning to Fort Pierce, and expected business man, elected from each collections warrant the expense, I, Of these facts the Chamber of can't paint his house until he can

place, and very Important to the I to make a study of early 1 zone. From Okeechobee, W, J. Hen- (shuffleboard! courts will be built In 'Commerce Ii well aware, and Rob get lumber to repair It and he
victim, Is the fact that his condi- Florida history his avocation. Meserve, the new secretary, will Isn't going to put paint on rotten
the
I dry, Van Llghtsey and Gilbert Cut- park. I' I.
tion having been thus discovered Prof. C. M. Williams was electeda follow up the good start made by boards for ANYBODY meaning
breth from the Moore Haven-Lake-
early In the progress of TB, treat. member of the Board of Directors ; Two horseshoe pits are in use on I L. V. Conrath in securing for Okee me, of course. My, myl I Sweet

ment can be begun at once, and his 'I Z. K. Williams has resigned aiI port tone, L. :M. Lilly, Ad Beck and the City Hall grounds, with the chobee county what It needs for friend, keep your shirt on. The 'future .
Ed Frlerson from Clewlston Joe
chances of complete recovery are I secretary of the club after a year ; I shoes hanaInaon nails snd Immediately substantial growth. Rob is a dreamer Isn't today or tomorrow-It
Griffin, John Seger, and Jess Ogles'by '
excellent, and his family and business lof faithful service, and Clifford I available to anyone wish- who Is also a hustler-a fine com will be long enough for you to re.
from the Belle Glade Pahokee
social or school associates are I Boyles was appointed to the post 1 ; Ing to play, at any time. bination for his present job. Back pair your house-and paint it, too,
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zone, R. R, Rector, R. D. Durrance, I
protected from catching the dis by the Directors. Five memberswere The building which will be in the him up and help your town to an before Gabriel blows his horn
I and J. H. Cpthegrove. The committee I I
I absent. future known as the Recreation enduring and contlnulnaproareu.. Strike If you must this old gray
ease.Did members elected W. J. I
Hendryas I
you know that tuberculosisis I I I chairman I I Center and under the direct controlof If you are satisfied with Okee head, but just the same your house

still\ the number one killer of I John Cowger who wss employed Mr Bowman, will be furnished chobee "as )Is," you are definitely I DOES need painting, b'gosh, and If

persons between 15 and 45 T In spiteof I by the Okeechobee News several I A meeting Is called in two weeksat with various indoor games and facilities i out of step, brother. This Is a time it also needs repairing first, you've
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our winning fight against TB, It ,'years but who Is now a patient at the Moore Haven courthouse, at and will be available to for advancement-progress is In the got Just that much more to dobutyou

causes more deaths among people I: the Veterans Hospital at Bay Pines I which time regular organizationwill any responsible groups or Individuals 'I very air we breathe. You may refuse don't have to get it done over'
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who should be in their most pro spent Tuesday afternoon and night be Instituted and by-laws, dues, for private parties, as well as to help, but you cannot' great night, you know.

ductive years, than any other dis.j i I here on his way to his home In and other necessary Items adopted, civic activities of all kinds How. ly hinder, the forwrd march of your Let's you and me fight. Nothing

ease. What that means in economic Kissimmee where he U spending and the commercial fishermen will ever, the present hlt-aad-mlis use I community You can come along like a good old noisy row to make
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(Continued on page 4) I I Thanksgiving. I be ready to swing Into action. (Continued on pace I) hanaInaonto the donkey's tail If I good copy.
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OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1943
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E. L. Newcomb, executive vice' i iI jI I F. L. ,
Published Every Friday by the t2C i I president of the National Wholesale : Printing Needs FOOT SPECIALIST

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee *' r THOMAS OEfKRSON 1 Druggists Association, states CHIROPODIST
Okeechobee County, Florida r ;, -;; s \ WROTE THE DICUDATICN OP that the natlon'i drug stores need TOOkeechobee

BRYANT BOWDEN....... Editor / s3' l,,s r JACOB INDEPENDENCE CBAFF.IN 38 THE A BaiCliLAYEO HOUSE eP,' 10,000( pharmacists and research News Put Your Feet In My Hand

-' ON MARKET STREET IN PHIIADELPH/A/ workers. I 204 Sunrise Theatre Bldg.
Entered u ....oni1 class matter Jnly .' '!r w JEFFERSON WAS APPOINTED Jy THE .. ._a. Phone 782 Fort Pierce, .
1. 101 I at the Tost Office In Otewhnbee. A to I / CONTINENTAL CONGRESS ON JUNf 11, I Via.-
Fla., under Act of Mir. 8, 1879.
1179.10 PREPARE THE DRAFT MOUS -----------
-- An offering of 1,700,000 shares of
J.I COMPLETED IT BY THS END CP Jn+| I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1'y stock- In tho .. ..
C' common newly organ-
One Year In advance .. ...... .$1.00Rig SsME MONTH --- -
r Month In advance ...... I.M 4 "i/i'd Kaiser-Frarer Corp. made at I j I ELECTRICAL WORK
Three Months In advance .. ... .75 Jin a share was speedily snapped 1Th.Ia.I
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-.- --- -- up by Investors lust week The con- .
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Readln notlciMi In Inrsl eolnmn W P. P. EVANSHOUSE ,
rents a line. Ilntfs for display artrerM -. ciiri LIQUID for
.1n, fnrnlptiod on application OHMI'lod
adrertldlnir 2 rents earn word. j I MALARIALSYMPTOMS ,', .
nee 'Innortlnn All items rpjmriljng ent WIRING 6 6 6 ...

rnarveanl-rr>rl" .. pondni-tpd at advertising for profit rates. are Advertise In The News .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Take only as directed _. ,

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Adrertlnln' hilts arc parable on tM
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publishers required to pay In adranre I This Thanksgiving Day above all others. Let Us



City's RecreationContinued i AlThOUOH TRADITION hOST SIMS CREDITS!AND STRIPE 6tT$,1 f HliToUMISOIYI ROM WITHnMtlNOftl ON Mil If, <7 A CSUBRATEO*tftowo vn.eetPNIUDEIPHIANS ,fiRST Remember We Have Much To Be Thankful ForLet -

INI HONCQ OF tMMMO IT TO 'BANCIJHOPKINSOM. INMKNOENU Dy FOLIOW/NO TNI
( from Page 1) A ilSNia,OP Till PECULATION ADOPTION OF THE fEDERaL) QDNSnTUTUH.AMIOJCAN i
ef the building Is to bo stopped at 0INDIDENDtCE.. THE UAft Of l lb VnjrPfS *, 011..BENJAMIN RUSH,tOUNDET2pTHt1 us be thankful that we attained a decisive Victorythat -
AND n SttttS BEflAINU)1M NATIONAL EMBLEM TEMCWWKIVidOTI fofOI/L'lUC'rLCIIA
ence. Any person or group wlshinc I UNTIL 1115 WhSM TWO iTUlPEi M<0 TYJO STABS OF TIll tlOWO'$'WitT UtWUC,""eEa freedom and decency still live-that America was untouched -
the building must apply for wtu wc6 IN \101TISTRIPESWtREETAT11, r ATTRievttO b ICE CWIAAHILHITIHO/ _
to use by destruction-that we had a united will to on-that
I WITH\ A STAR FOR IACH STATS.- THEMSELVESTO SUQANDC010.." carry
such use at least three days In ad I we had leaders of great vision-that we had men and women of
Vance from Mr. Bowman, sign an _. .
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application blank, deposit $2.00 of I j not In unsupervlsed by older peo I courage
which (1.00 will be returned If the pie. The charge for use of the With Peace Civilian
Let us never forget, however, that we barely attained the
building Is left clean and i building will apply on the light bill Can Anticipate New
ed, and certain rules of unclanaJr'j' and on necessary repairs. I victory I Let us never forget that Germany was a few months be-
ape and responsibility i Canned Foods SoonNow hind us in developing the atomic bomb. Let us never forget that '

served. It is the intention of the I i I Mr Bowman may be reached dur on inuumerable occasions in both wars, our battles were won
city fathers and Mr. Bowman that ing school days at the High School that the postwar era has be' with very slender margins. '
the building shall be useful and a !' buildiing, and at other times at the come a reality with the downfall of I

place for wholesome\ and proper home of Wilson Selph, phone 109. Japan, citizens of Okeechobee coun- Your personal thankfulness for the Victory will be measured -

fun for the young people of t>n' j I ty can look forward to dramatic by your support of theVICTORY

tOW, but that these activities halt I Advertise in The News i velopments in canned foods, de'j' e

of which were first packaged
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the armed forces, according toV.. LOAN
C. Stolk, vice president of the
American fan Con'pany.

a Mr Stolk said that the approxi- .
r ate l>' 243,000 cans of food opened

TTOH annually by residents of the county Okeechobee
BankOFFICERS
County
R undoubtedly will be largely increased "
THE with the arrival of the new
.4KS ; .
A postwar items. It will be no trickat
1. C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vlce-Pres.
a all, he said for a housekeeper to
THAT DO N. R.Y CARROLL Vlce-Pres. and Cashier
rJ put together a three or four course

I I meal by making use of th e canned DIRECTORS .

V g I'' foods she should shortly find on :-;. RAY CARROLL C. H. McXULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.

grocery shehes.I W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. S. H. McDOUGALD E. M. MESERVE
ar I Among the new foods he listed I J. 0. PEARCEDENMARK'S '

are such Items as canned hamburgers I i _.,
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canned bacon, seafood cocktails
WELCOME BACK i| and salads in cans, as well as a - .

. long list of meats new to a can, .
|i among them chicken stew with I -
To Your lob I
dumplings, beef and gravy, pork I
O ne.569o. !our Sunshine Service members who I with apple sauce, ham with raisin
S3 ilte ba-kw.th
t are
tr't-i-d i* arms wrv
and they know how glad w< n ei 'h it sauce and boned turkey. I
us
other Inends .i. the .m I
munity are to lave them I OF OKEECHOBEEIs
: I ,) back permanently a Yom"12I. I The real Income of the American ,:
To the loved onet ol those ;
.: I 11 who gave their lives m I I people at the start of August was i|
the great cause goes out
I'.,- r htartlelt/ sympathy that this 03 cents the lowest monthly le\'ell|
sacnllce was necessary 14 ," I!| reached since October 1933, when itI
To the hundreds still to eomeback +A '
just remember that the '.yfi e I I I was 91 cents, according to Investor's 'II
welcome mat will stay out until {, Syndicate, In a monthly study of
I You've you've all all done\ come a grand home)lob and w *1 s", I what people earn and spend released one of the members of f the Chain of Furniture
were anxiously looking forward this week.
to the day when you'II be back.
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is urging: that the 129 root i i i Stcras: >; renting under that name. However, it

L-2 I \ hotel formerly used by the Lodwick I

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1".,'2SS.?:;_.*_.EcSl_ .."..'JKs... ..*.. ".e"...J ..'..=-=.\m.""""3, ."...-.=...S'......""""rrrS..,.*,-g=_,=J*.,..-.-"=""j..(..grrJ-i."..,.fj-_=UJ.. ,I Eastern Stars Held CIIL'KCH OF CHRIST,- Seaboard Place Order- 't-r &#.AAM.AAd'AAMM hAhAALL-...
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I IIII Past Matrons and Past SCIENTIST I For Four 2.000-Horse 'CLASSIFIED ADS

SOCIAL NEWS Power Locomotivesi
Patrons Night TuesdayThe "SOUL AND BODY" is the subject '
of the Lesson-Sermon which I I: .':..:..:..:,.:..:..:.. :,.:..:,.:..:,.:,.>.:..:..:..:..:..:#
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-E::.-:Ei-ii:.:-:.:ss x sr:.:= :.: .:.: :':!iY:':!5:': s:': :': 3" Oke'cchobce Chapter of the will be read In Churches of Christ, i Seaboard Air Line Railway *!i0 REWARD for return of my

!MRS. ZEtMKNOVITZ HONORS folder. The guest of honor received [ Order of Eastern Stars held their Scientist, throughout the world on I! thousand-horse has pieced an order for four two ,'I' bird dog named Lady-taken from

r>..UTHTElM\.LAW WITH a lovely memento of a very pleas Annual Past Matrons and Past Pat Sunday, November 25. lororiotives to power be delivered dlesel-electrlc some 'I i Mlcco NoRth. S. A. BELCHER
BRIDGE PARTY SATURDAYHonoring Ant occasion. rons night at the hall hero Tuesday The Golden Text Is: "We know time
night' !Mrs Esther Page, Past Matron t if our earthly house of this tuber- during the first quarter of ,
e. The hostess served a delicious | 19-16 officials of FOR SALE -- A a- 'ear'old lior p.
the
i and F W. Zander, railroad an- ;
Past Patron
her daughter/: -ta-law, molded salad, salted nuts brownies .' nnclo were dissolved, we have a nounced front Norfolk today. I'I[1',broke to ride at $125. Ernest 'amp-

Mrs. Rudolph tfi'lmcnovltz, who In and coffee to the following gueet.tMrs. presided. building of God, an house not made Under construction by Electric- bell.
I A large crowd was on hand forth with hands, eternal In the heavens"
her house guest, Mr, Zelmenovltz Ellis M.'iervo, Mrs. Babe Barb Motive Division of the General I
entertained throe tablet of bridge left :Mrs. James Minolian, Mrs (' special meeting The Lodge pre. ill Cor. 6:1)). !Motors Corporation at LaGrange, i FOR SALE sa-actf farm with

on Saturday afternoon: Clancy Wallace Mrs. John Roe, tented !Mr. and Mrs Albert Burke Among tho citations which comprise Illinois, the streamliners 71
are
!I house and barn. All fuDeed. AKout) "
who
Red gladloldi In tall vases werrr I Mrs.: Charlotte Walston Mrs. Rob- j tire leaving soon for their now the Lesson-Surmon the fol. feet long/:, stand 15 feet above track.
. 20 clenred. Trout ,
hoi On Crc k
in Panama acres '
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t; City with a Coffee
lined In the living room and dining i ert Meserve Mrs. John Edwards, lowing from the Bible: "Lord thou level and weigh il5,000: pounds a I
i ;, Toble In token of their long and hast been five wiles out on Road 29. Erni.
: i room and talllei were clever little Mrs. Olen Pramand Miss Sarah faithful our dwelling place In all piece. Each locomotive has twelve
match folders. At the conclusion of :Minehan. !I loilire. services us members of the generations- Let thy work appear drive wheels and four motors that Campbell.

play, Mrs. Charlotte Walaton received unto thy nvrvanU, and thy glory generate enough power to drive the

high score prize, a beautiful ...... :: : ..................I.Ii unto their children. And let the sleek speedsters at better than 95 TEACHER available Ma-tor'i
i i beauty of: the Lord our God be uponus miles per hour.Approximate .
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s tray Mra John Roe en winner oft I Degree Florida Life Certificate for
the bingo hand, was awarded a double Local and Personal I To the People : and establish!! thou the work of I cost of the four : H'ology; HOUR' Econou'ici! ; S,."i"Junior ;

card deck set, In a handsome I of this Community our hands upon us" U's. 90:1, 16, I units, all designed/: for fast paascnirur fund; \ *. Write ii..i",. i'l 1'
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. . . Vou've csle'orated: V-E Day and : rum. $7nonoo. \1! i IVum.tt( L.ikelaml. Fin
I V-J Day but how about V-I Day The Lesson-Scrmorl also includes
Mrs. R. L. Hiller of Fort Drum V'.Ue you were buying extra
the following from the
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was carried to the Weems Hospital I bonds to equip and back our passage -I
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GILBERTTHEATRE f Ightlncforces | Christian Science textbook, "Science
at Sebring Tuesday suffering from' you I und Health with Key to the Scrip- ]
a ruptured appendix. pia also
were lures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "Sci

:.: :': 3:':2525:.: ;s: I ",r.,.')' 4 beatingdown the once reveals Spirit, Soul, as not in 'PIANos1I
:Mrs J. R. Minchan and daughter
threat of the body, and God as not In man
:Miss Sarah, and :Mrs. Bryant Bowden ,i runawayl1v- :
Sunday and Monday .t but as reflected by man. The greater
were visitors at West Palm \ Ing coati at
i home. Therecord cannot be In the lesser The belief ,
ALAN LADD AND Beach Saturday where they attended -
GAIL RUSSELLIn the Ringling Brothers and Bar !i 7.e' your part In offighting that the greater can be In the I We can now deliver PIANOS in Okeechnhee -
!II lesser Is an error that works ill" I
num and Bailey Circus. and hrve several good re-conditioned
Inflation speaks la thisrtport ( 46717.21: ).
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"Salty O'Rouke"NEWS II I Mr. and M--; B. Meserve were l! National to you Director by forJt.glt of the Gamble Treas, II! UPRIGHT PIANOS at moderate prices.

among the Okeechobee people who ury's War Finance Division. Says Rest satisfied with doing well, CAN BF SOLD ON TERMS IF DESIREDFor !
CARTOON attended the Ringling Brothers and i I he: "Americans Invested In war and leave others to talk of you as II!i
bond. two-thirds of every excel i
Baarnum and Baailey Circus In dollar of war wage above the they please Information Write

West Palm Beach Saturday. cost of living. I

The extra!* Victory Bonds you The) truu source of cheerfulnessis .I
and Evans buy today are the moat Important benevolence.-The soul that per '
Friday and Saturday Mr. :Mrs P. P. were LEGGETT MUSIC CO.
bonds you have ever owned because
Double Feature Program visitors spending Saturday In West I they battle to preserve the petually overflows with kindness
I Palm Beach.J gains you have scored on the and sympathy will always be cheerful :
"Lumberjack"with home front. Hold the war bonds .-Parka Godwin. i MUSIC
PIANOS INSTRUMENTS
; I you own. Buy extra Victory -
T E. Cone, manager of the Denmark Bond. That's self-Interest
BILL BOYD Furniture Company spent I I serves you and your country.which The sixty-seven million dollar :!I 522 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, Fla.

Wednesday In Jacksonville wherehe Don't fritter away the job you did Bell bomber plant at Marietta, I Phone 5697
business for your.ielf in seven previous war Ga., which at the peak of its .
went on production Ij
loans. V-I (Victory over Inflation __ __. __I II
McMURRAY
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) Day is today and every day employed 29,000 persons, --- -
''HELEN WALKER Chief Warrant Officer Bill Wallace you buy more and more Victory will be offered to private Industry, I -

a of the Seabees, Is spending his Bonds. it was reported. The plant has been

"Murder He SWa" ,I terminal leave In Okeechobee visiting I THE EDITOR classed as surplus property \ Advertise; in Okeechobee News

i friends and his parents, Mr .
NEWSPUPPETOON. -- --- -
and Mrs. G. O. Wallace. Mrs. Wai. "
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i lace and their three sons are with % ? .'
4 of ; \ trtV
i him. He hopes to become a permanent .

resident of Okeechobee, going i

I '. into the building! and construction 1
..t. Coming"A I business

't., MEDAL FOR BE NY" 1 I taat"e ... t_ ,
I The South Welcomes Them. : ,
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I Ii :Miss Perilee Hunt Miss Sylvia
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"A TREE GROWS IBROOKL Snell were arontf the lucky ,
i 'I t 'iaHE poatw r readjustment period will du. 'a r.
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girls at men Tallahassee to attend Invited the Fall by University Fro- 'i AS1' '' bring new blood to the Sout1141hn} ; youn of '


"SU D.\Y DINNER: : FOR A seetIow)16') received their
b lies at Gainesville, and according to j
SOLDIER" i : t ,.' ', *: >'ijfewmrf*
word received by their families 1 -.. ; >v ., in southern ram s wll ti ari4' fan I'
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"TilE FLAME OF BARBERY they fully enjoyed the occasion II I a s jk ? make their,'permanent horn s in the 5out h. 1fre.

COAST" I I ;i 1 I If. >* / They have discovered the $Quth;, hey I hou

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I mate and the quiet;easy mantttts of It o aiT ?

'G. 1I Y pie, They saw with their own eyes, fertile monl ;

: ;;' y. r lands that will produce a'vartet< ty of year- will/ "

cH round crops They saw in the pasture lands, intl

tt, = i'i r which provide green grazing two-thirds of
!1DERSOI I '
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; They were impressed by the fact that egg no?

production and poultry raising are at the awl

3 a' peak in midwinter when these products of with '

OiEECHOBEE{ Ge' \ climates the farm are at the lowest ebb in the colder: Wh T(.



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I dustry, Is 3,000 miles from the big markets wma
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AMERICA'SNEW of the east, while the average distance from *. a
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to these
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MASONRY CEMENT ...'ft ..... : .;., ... .' ,' hours dinner tables 24 mat ,
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ROCK AND"I I :.. lb. 'sli6s distribution' facilihet inthe. SoptheasF; "'' an inexhaustible diamond mine, but the diamonds

I l it"!\fif \Jvre'"shall} be glad to:recommend' suitablek ,,,,.' '." t.. are in the form of rich sub-soils which lanV. ;3

k[.1* / '!ocptions. Qur' < t 'W S : : will produce a variety of crops twelve months
ROCK SCREENINGS ; ( research.staff is. also available' ; ,
I I "f.' for comprehens'ive'sfgcliesVfth j : respect fo": ., wh
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I most .
tV;, industrial.posibiHfies j in our .: '
territory! : promising section of
REINFORCING STEEL 4, : the nation. In an economic T .
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i Inquiries '
I ,;1:'.' will receve"pr6mpt! and "confidential t'; sense, the South has turned its face propcii .,;:

I!II '; 'f'J",0.' 'attentioa 'I Assfstanl"..;.lS n*.::!.ii:,5% away from the past and is viewing the future ; '.
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IF INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE ; -Vice-Presiaent; ,;. ii/.i Wilmington I ,>l-w-North* Carolina.-ftr- v._'l _,-''44. with hope and contid ence. the] ,

> ." d "'" The South will welcome these CUm
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21. 1141



Christmas- claimant, and shall\ be aworn to by .lr'lbed landi: la Okeechobee County, NOTICE OP APPIICATIOX FUR Lot 1 except RR R.W. Roe 889MLot Okeechobe

y Buy the claimant, agent, or attorney Hoi 1'1<10. tolt: TAX DEED 1 except Hit 11.W. Se Lots 1 and 7, Blk. 40 South Okeerhohee Notice ll hereby given that James Lot U and EM of Lot 13 Blk. B, Powell 8.D

and any auch claim or demaand not Durrance the bolder of the following and beg, from Hancock M.C between Lots i 7, 8 and 9, Blk. J, Powell'*
(Continued from Page 1) 1.ota'4. T, 8 and 9, lllk. 103 City ot certificate has filed said Section 4 and 9. run S.D
be 10 filed ahall be void.MABEL Okeeiliobee certificate for a tax deed to be Issued SERI.Y' along ML 1DM85 ft to Lot 1 to 12 Inc, DIY J, Powell'
lots to the nation can only tur P. RAULERSON, Lots 1, :2 and 3, Blk. ISO, City of thereon. Certificate numbers and year NW line of Wesley Harvey property 8.D

mlsed-what it mean In heartbreak Okeechnbee of Issuance the description of the for POB| thence S 83/ deg Lots> 1 to 12 Inc. Elk 4, Powell' ,
At Administratrix of theEstate Lot 11, 11. 10, 17 19 and 20. Blk. property and tbe Damei In which Itwas 21 minutes W 402V4 ft to 17 min 8.1)
cannot be calculated.We 57 City of Okeei bPe. assessed are as follows water level to point opposite to TRUSTEES: Or THB INTER.
have been riving our money of Roy Raiford Loll e and 7. lllk, 77, City of Okeechobee Vruriiuti No 44, \'POr of Issuance and parallel with projected SB SAL IMPROVEMENT: FUND

Raulerson, deceased 1041Certificates line ofVeley Harvey propertyN OF TIIE STATE OF FLOK-
levUMy during the war yean to Lois 1 to 10 Inc Blk 2, Great No, 02 and 00, Year of 31/ doff, 21 min B 303 ft. IBA
i First publication November 16, 1945 lakes 8/D. IsHiinnce 11)43Certificate NWRRI.Y along Hancock M.L BOARD OF
furnish ammunition for destruction.It Loll 10 and 11. Blk. 183, City of No 31, Year ot Issuance 444% ft. See 9-38-36 OP' EVEROI.ADE8 COMMISSIONERS DUAIN.:

Imperative. But how much Ok..rbohee.Loll 1041. Loll 3 and 4, Blk. 1. Pewell'i S.D AGE DISTRICT
was NOTICE 1 to 0 Inc? P.lk. 184, City ot Certificates Non 17 and 22, Year of lot 9, lllk. 8. Powell1 8.Dints
more cheerfully should we give our Ofceerhobe County, Florida Ok"olwo. Issuance 11)44Certificate) 1 and :2, Blk. 1)1) City ot Okee By ROY tor R. RAULERSON. Agent
November 18. 19-15 Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 27, South No. 10 and 12, Year of, chobee Trustees of the Inter
and nal
llvei to
money now to lave NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Okeechobee. Issuance 1IM1.Description! W4 nf SEVi and NE'-J of SE'4, See for Board Improvement Fund and
of
build health! 'pursuant to Section 9 ot chapter of 4, Twp 34 Rge S3PH4 : Commissioners
of
Jropert1lI.nls !:
1S20Q, Laws of Florldn. Act of 117. Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 28, South 'J2. 21: all T. Baisengcr of SEVJ, Sec. 4, Twp. 34, Ego riot Everglades Drainage Dli.
Remember that there li danger of known ai the MURPHY ACT and In Okeechobee. Pork 8-D. : Florda Okvethohee County,
I 'pursuance of Chapter 20058( Laws of Lot 11 Sec 4. Twp( 31: Ego' 83, Lute 1 to 4 Inc.. Blk. 63, City of
an increase In tuberculosis ai an .Florhln< Acts of 1841 known II the Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Blk. 80, City of lit '.'7. Sec 12, Twp. 31 liffe. a.". Okeechobee

aafterr.-ath of war. For that reasonOkeechobee' EVERULADES DRAINAGE DIS. Okeechobee Name In which assessed Jerry will he offered for sale at public cut. '1'1 WI NOIICB IS PUBLISHED In
TRI<:T ACT. the following described Ford: 0, (). Blanchard nnd 0. A. cry for the highest and best cash bid, compliance with Sections 2\3.Jl! :
will\ he offered for tale at publle outcry and
quota li greater than I land. situated In Everglades Drainage' for tbe highest and bast cash bid. Lnngherst subject to the right of the Board of 25313: Florida Statute, 1941.
will be met. We District In Okeechobee County. Flor Board of All of sold property being In the Commlssloneri of Everglades Drain- I THE PURCHASER
before. But It subject to the right of the IS to the
ever ida will be of Flor- pay
offered for tale at public Commissioner of Everglades Drainage I County of Okeechobee State 'HIM District. and/or Hoard of Count advertising coat
all know that. The only question It outcry for the highest and best rash District and/or Board of County JU8. Commissioners of Okeecbobee Count THE TIMNIEES
J1F1 INTERNAL
Mil itibject to the right of the Trustees Countv Unless such certificate or certificates Florida, to reject any and all bids. IMPKOVtMENT FfTo
Commissioners nf Okeechubee reser7.
-how soon? of the Internal Improvement Fund I shall be. redeemed according to lit the (Courthouse beginning at 10'00o'clock right to the
to reject and all bidsIt reject and all
and of the Board of Cmntnliiloneri of Florida any law the property described In inch A. M. on the 19th day of November IIY ORDER any blldl:
BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS-SAVE I the Courthouse, beginning at 10'"0 sold : ot the Trustees of the
Uvvrglttdei will be
Drainage District to reject certificate or certificates
11)41 Easement for drainage
o'clock A. M. on the 17th day of December Internal Improvement Fund
AN OKEECHOBEE LIFE.NOTICE inv and all l lds. at the Courthouse, 1041, EasuniMit for drainageand to tbe highest bidder at the courthouse and reclamation and road purposes Stile of .Florida of the
beginning at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on th* I door on tbe first Monday In the will be reserved Millard F.
reclamation and road Caldwell Governor
ITth dny of December 1943. Ae to all purposes month of December 1945 which II HOARD Or COMMISSIONERS!! ATTEST :
lande outside the corporate limits at will be reserved. !I the 3rd lay of December, 1941 OF EVFKf.IADES DRAIN F. C. Elliott Roe
Notice Is hereby given that I will any municipality, ae of this date, no\HD OF COMMISSIONER' Dated this 1st day of November AGE D1S11UCT Trustee I. I, Fund
title to one bait of all petrollum and OF nnOI.\ES: DRAIN 145. Ind110.'IID
not be responsible for any debit or three.fourth of other mineral will AGE DISTRICT SOP1IRONIA TEASE, OF COUNTY COM
b* reserved hv Trustees of the Inter. andBOARD Clerk of Circuit Court of MISSIONERS!' OF OKEECUO- IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
obligation, which my former wife, nnl Improvement Fund; If lands are OF POINTY COM Okeecbobee County Florida BEE COUNTY FI.ORIDA. JUDGE IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
Clara Incur. within\ laid corporate limits si of Mi4SIONEItO' OF OKUEUIO- (Seal) By ROY U. KAUI.ERSON, BEE COUNTY FLORIDA
Tripp, may this dnte tbe reservation applies but BEE COt'S1'FI.OItID.\. --- Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of IN HE: ESTATE OB-

Dated at Okeechobee this 9th day privilege to explore mine and devel- iw MABHI r. inuiERSQN NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Okeechobee County, Florida, HENRY T BASS. JR.
ope will be conducted on and antler Clerk of the Circuit Court HELL LAND II agent for said Boards DECEASED!'
of November, 1945. land only wltb the consent of Clerk of the Circuit Court of NOTICE IS HB.REBY GIVEN that Iy SOPH ROM A PEASE!! NOTICE OF PROBATE

J. H. TRIPP. the surface owner Easements for Okeechobee County, Florida pursuant to Section IS 0)I ChapterSoils' Deputy Clerk TO ALL PERSONS' INTERESTED
I'", nil right of wry 200 feet wide will as agent for laId Boards. : !: haws of Florida.\ Acts of 1941. IN THH ESTATE OF SAID
be renervecl bv snld Trustees from 14717 Law DECEDENT
and Section 07. Chapter
NOTICE TO CREDITORS through which there li an B>' Sophronla) Tease. Deputy Clerk of Florida Acts of 1IB1: as iinendedbv NOTI'EOICEECnOBEE Yeu are hereby notified
existing state road : and easement for 2005l..Iwe of COI'NTY FLORIDA that a
Section 11. Chapter written
((1933 Probate Act, Sees. 119, 120) drainage and reclamation and for Florida, Acts of 11141 null also jpiir- October 19 1943/ the last Instrument wllItld testament purported to be

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY road purposes will be reserved by the Tallahassee Florldix unlit to Section 4i Chapter 20722: : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that decedent has been admitted to of said<
Hoard of {Commissioner of Everglades November 8th 1041 l.iiws of Florida. Acts of 1041 a* pursuant to !Section' 0 of Chapter In said court. lou probate.
JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, Drainage District. NOTICE amended by Section ID. Chapter 22070 1-.21M. Laws of FlorIdA, Acts of 11)37 within six are calendar hereby commanded
Description NOTICE 10 l herein given that the of 11143. anaSectlon MURPHY ACT and In month
i law of Florida. Act known as the from the date of the first
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. I.ots 7, 8 and 0, Blk 123 City of TriiKtoes of the internal ImprovementFund 41. Chapter 2U722 laws of pursuance of Chapter 30058 law of of this notice to appear In laid publication court
IN RE: ESTATE OF Okeei'hc.hee of the !State' of Florida will\ Florida Act of 11M1\ ai amended by Florida. Acts of 1941 known a* the and show cause, If any you can why
Lot 12, Blk 57 City of Okeechohee. offer for sale, for competitive bid, In I Section 21. Chapter 2 o7U. Laws of EVERGLADES' DRAINAGE DISTRICT the action of said court In admitting
ROY RAIFORD RAULERSON, lots 1 to 10 and 13 to 20 Inc, Blk. Tallahassee Florldn. at 11:00: o'clock Florldn. Act of 1IM3. the following ACT the following described said "'1110 probate should not stand
Deceased. !1. Southwest Addition. A, M December l Qlh, 1841 the fol. described land< lu Okeechubc County liuid situated In Everglndei Drainage ..n revo ked.
BOARD OK COMMISSIONERS! lowing described Innds. III Okeoihohee Florida to-e it : District In Okeechobee County, Flor T W
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. OF EVEUOIADE3 DKA1N. CnnntvHoglnnlng: Lot 9. lilk. 112, City of Okeechobe I.IA.111 be offered for sale at public COMELY JR..
AGE DISJKICT at the \. E. Cornerof Loti T and 8, blk. 2. South Okee oiitcn for the hlghcit and bent cub ---County-- Judge
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS TIUSTEFS: OF TUP. INTERML Tract No. 24 of the Fngle Any chobee hid subject to the right of the Trui- IX TIn COURT OF THE COUN'TTJUDOE
AGANIST SAID ESTATE: IMPHOVFMENT: FUND survey, as recorded In Plat Book Lou 1. 3. 4 and 5, Blk. 207, City of tens nf the Internal Improvement IN AND FOR OKEECHOllin -
OF TUB STATE OF TLOIii 1. I'age 31. Record* of Okeechobee. Okeechobee fund mod of the Hoard of Commli You and each of you are hereby IDA Count.'. Florldn : and run thenceS Loll 5. 0, 11 ind .12, Blk. 17. South sinners of nverglndi'i Drainage' Dl*- IN HE ESTATE OF
I Bv MAHKL P n\UIERRr*. Agent '. M degrees all mill, E S tlfl feet Okeechobee trtct to reject any and all bid, at the HHMIY: T BASS, JR.
notified and required to present any for Trustees of tut Internal Ira. thence S'. 3* degrees 4il mln W. Lots H and 0. Blk. 44. South Okeechobee I 'nurthouxe. beginning Rt 10 '00 DECEASED,

claims and demands which proM'lnent Fund and for Boardof 10754 ft thence \. M degrees 111 ?lock A. M, on the llth day of November NOTICE TO CREDITORS
you, or degreps Lc.is' 1 to 12 Inc" Blk. 9, Riverside I 1941. Ai to all of land
Commissioner of Everglades nil,. W 301 3 ft thence N 27 title You and each of you are hereby
either of you, may have against the Drainage District Okecrbobee BS mIn. E:. 9114 ft to Point Park Addition I of ten acrea or more to one half notified and required to present any
lots 8. U and 10 Blk. 1S1, City of of ,
County, Florida 9.30 of petroleum and three fourth!
of contnlnlng
estate of Beefnnlnit claims and demands which you or
Roy Raiford Raulerson Okeechobee
acres, In Sections A and 17 Township 1 other mhprall1'111 be reserved by I either of ion may have against the
9 10 and Blk. 76
Lots 1. 2. O. 8. 11 ,
deceased, late of laid county, to the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO is South' hang tl finer City of OkeechoheeNK rnstces of the Internal Improvement I estate of henry T. Buss Jr, deceased,
SELL '.\NI) In Find. Easements for road right of
I THIS NOTICE 1 PI'nl.ll'IlIF.D late of said county to the county
of NEV of NE14 Sec 13/ Twp.
County Judge of Okeechobee County NOTICE IS 200 feet wide will be reserved by
IIFUKBV GIVEN that compliance with Sections 2M12: and :37. IVc 35: e nv judge of Okeethohee County Florida,

Florida, at his office in the pursuant to Section 13/ (I), hapter I, 21111 Plorldn statutes 11 41. I I".it* I. :2, :.1 Iln.1I/ to 10 Inc., Blk. sold Trustees from any" parcel through. within eight calendar months from
\\' of Florida Acts of 11141 THE PI'liCH.\SRII' : h to pathe, 11. RKcmlile Park Addition which :b. ,3 i :: 'i- : the date of the first publication of

court house of said County at Okee- and, Section 17. Chapter 14717, Law iidwrHsIng coit.I Lute II and 7. Ink, 1)0) City of Okee- : .1.. :<<<. :::U.. Ur r.re. C.. ., this notice Each claim or demand
nf Tlorldn, Acts nf loll. ai amended. I THE llttxir-FS: OF INTERNAL I boliee. "..1on'I'i .. 11 I must be In wrltlug and must state the
chobee. Florida, within eight calendar I by Section' 11, Chapter 20018( lows of 1\11' HI1\'E\IF.ST FiND reserve the' lot II. Blk 212, City of OkeechoI1 '.., i "- -:nr-3j b" the Eiard: cf place of residence and post office address .
months from the time of Florida. Acts nf 1011 mid nlso v-nr- right '" robot nm' mod all bids\ I' ( i.in.::is.i .1 -... .J. of the claimant and must be
the mint to Section' 42 Chapter 20722: : I BY ORDER nf the rruatri of the Lots S, 10 and 11, Blk. 152, City of ncDA'-:cfc. worn to bv the claimant his agent,
first publication of this notice. Each Lnws .nf riorldn. Act of Iftll! a* Tntenjnl Improvement Fund of the Okeechobee I !V..erlT.t'm7 or his attorney or the lame will become
amended by Sect'.in 10 Chapter 22079, State' .if Florldn j Luis. 7 to 10 luc Ulk. 153: City of 1.1 t P I. '. :::*' "' C': 'ho "I' void according to law.
claim or demand shall be In writing, laws of Florldn. Acts; "f 1IM1. and MILLARD .'. CAI.DWELL, Okeeiholiee Lots 1. < .111.i !2. Blk.. 11. This 21th dm of September 1943/ ,

and shall state the place of residence Section 44 Chapter 20722, Law of I Governor I T.'"t 4. Mk 117. Cltof Okeechobee Wrlghfi, First Add. HENRY THOMAS BASS, SR,
I Florida Acts of 1141, as amended by I ATTEST : l..>ts 1 to 7 Inc: Sty of NEiJ NW"f f.ots 5 and 12 Ulk 70 City of Okee Executor of the Estate Will and
and post office address of the Section 21. Chapter) 2207I, Law of F I' Elliot, Sec RE'' except HK KV and that chobee Testament of Henry T, Boss. Jr.
Florida Acts of 1
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