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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: December 7, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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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Okeechobee Florida Friday December 7' 1945 Price Five Cents
'.Volume 31-Number 24 ,

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l NEW BAPTIST PASTOR Association COUNTY JUDGE COMELY New Chamber of Commerce Secretary
News and Viewsof Press I TOOK SON TO QUINCYFOR


Service Men ,rf + ,"4, aNarwa I Elects MenningerAs I MEDICAL CARE j Writes Open Letter to All the Citizens


,,; r.rie County Judge T. W. Conely returned -

to his home here Saturday : for Their Full
the World Over New PresidentSilver from Quincy where he went to Asking CoOperationTHE


I take Mrs. Conely and their son T.I -

James R. Mmehan Jr., returnedto i I I([ W. Conely, Jr. They will remain InI I This ls written In the form of an

his home here last week after t ; ,,, i I Springs, Dec. 8.-If there Quincy several weeks where Tom, GADFLYBy open letter and Is addressed to everyone
of
spending almost three years In the were any doubts In the minds I Jr., Is undergoing medical care following In the city and county, forI
to this MARJORIE B. WALLACEIt
folks
Pacific as a member of the Seabees k aa Florida newspaper as his recent accident, I feel that it Is vital to each of

itate'o favored position from an I I 0I
you.
Industrial development -
and
'cononur is something new for the Gad. Your Chamber of Commerce has
Berber standpoint, they must surely Local Business
Lieut Frank left Tuesdayto fly to approach a topic with trepidation I I been formed, 'following the Idea

Air Bas In have been dispelled by the amaze she buzzes head- I
the .
return to Army Usually of many who were for a long time

Texas after spending thirty da)'. I presentation/: of facts and figures Men Attend on Into anything at all and the I I of the opinion that something had
IIREV. made by the keynote
here with his parents Mr. and Mrs so ably devil take the hlndmqst. But this to be, and that something. could be e

J. L. Barber. His wife did not return speakers at the 60th Annual Convention I particular topic Is hard to handle. I! done, whereby the city and county
Florida Press Association I Fish Meeting
with him but remained h..reto I of held the here last week. I Nevertheless, any subject which U :, could not only be brought back to

make her home. I being discussed widely In the community the position it once held but to

I Speaking at the Friday morning by and old, Informedand
At the second Initial meeting of I young greatly exceed any past effort
Ted Prescott and wife arrivedIn lession, Harold Cole, Executive | Ignorant: those Involved and
CLARENCE: EILAND I the fish dealers and operators from Last December I accepted the
Okeechobee last week and are Vice-President of the Florida State th.see whose business Is entirely
around Lake Okeechobee, tentative position of president of the Chamber
spending two weeks here with his Rev. Eiland hut accepted the call I,i Chamber of Commerce, in a brilliant outside of the subject, should not
arrangements were made to perfectan and since Secretary Con rath leftI
mother. lIe was married to Miss of the First Baptist f'huroh of I j I address, gave/: an accurate account be Ignored.
organization that will be recognized have taken over the duties of
of Fort Lauderdale I Okfechobci.tnd with his wife and of the progress: made In the
Jane Stephens I I refer-here I folks head-
by all with whom It may have go .secretary, In this work I have
In July of this year and she has | child arrived in Okeechobee last development of Florida's agricultural -
dealings.The over-heels right Into trouble-to the many Ideas and plans, soire large
In Atlanta with him while he week. lIe held his first services at tourist and Industrial resources -
been
II last meeting was held in the atmosphere prevailing In our and some small, that I' hope can

was a patient In the Army Hospital the church Sunday morning( and and pointed to plans for I'court house at Moore Haven last I schools Now I hasten to say at the be worked out. Very few of these

from serious opera the Immediate future that promise
recuperating a evening. I Sunday afternoon and among those very beginning that I am taking however can ever be worked out

ation that was made necessary by I II Rev. Eiland is a graduate: of the tremendous expansion and growth. present were dealers, operators and I hearsay evidence, but when hear without the complete cooperation,

received In Germany. University of Alabama and the That evening at the annual banquet -
an Injury evidence Is
others Interested. Among those attending say so wide-spread, of the membership and the. citizens
wll\ leave December 15 to re*'I Southwestern Baptist Seminary of R. B, Roberts, General Sales-
They there be fire
must beneath
were W. J. Hendry, W. I. some It has been my experience over
Atlanta where he will tiullas,, Texas and until recentlywas manager/: of the Florida Power and. '
turn to the smoke-and
we should put out i of with
I Lawson, Van Lightsey, L. L. Litty.I many years contact this
under hospital treatment of the Brownsville Baptist Light Company of Miami, In a masterful -
again be pastor I H. J. Oglesby, R. B. Meserve, R. D. the fire. type of work that no one man can
Church of Pensacola. ] presentation hammered home '
I I : Durrance, J. H. Upthegrove, 4onnSelgler Every unit of life reflects] today bring a deal to a successful con.
Booker (colored) returned --- --- -- the
Charles with facts and figures I
; I tremen'l /: Mr. Adkins, R. R. Rector, I the unrest, the confusion, and the elusion Many times a Chamber of
his horn In Okeechobee Monday dour advantage Florida
Lloyd LightseyIs Joe Griffin Ed. Frieson, and disquiet, which follow a war. We Commerce fails to accomplish certjain -
after spending four years in I! for substantial Industrial development I II
Sollie Corbin. I saw It after the last war, when desired results because of
During the time he was .
the Army. i' Home After It Is planned to have a formal "flaming youth" frequently endedup lack of Interest of the member
In the army he served in both the' "Florida Is at the crossroads In
!I organization: the area around the burned to a crisp, and the flap. and lack of cooperation at a time
European and Pacific sections H' her Industrial development" he said,
lake being livided Into four groups, per and the lounge lizard learnedthe when committees are needed for
was with the Americana when they Months Oversea "and this development can be real-1,
w..1 i these being Okeechobee, Lakeport. hard way that virtue does pay, moral or other backing.The .
landed In Normandy. Later he bed, if we recognize and understand -
I I Moore Haven, Pahokee-Bulle-Glade, and the financial world went upa things that a Chamber of
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transferred to the Pacific going/: /: by ; the situation and make the
Lloyd C. Lightsi'y: son of Mr. i: I Ii I Clewiston: and with headquarters gaudy rocket to plunge back to Commerce can mainly do are those
Canal the o
Panama to
of the most of it"He
way and airs Van Linhtse> returned ( to be established In Okeechobee. earth a blackened stick. i t7unga which are natural for it
Philippines where he saw action. pointed out that the sameI
I I to his home here Tuesday after be- ': Several hundred persons receive To a lesser extent-because we I because of climate geographical
After some time spent there he was I I climate which attracts tourists to
ing discharged/: from the United their living from the commercial did learn something from sad experience settings and because of raw mater.
again sent to France and went on I(1 the state also will attract Industrialists -
I I States Navy. He was discharged | fish operation on the lake In addition -the same conditions prevail ala which the area possesses. Its
through to Berlin. and declared that "no
at the Jacksonville Naval Air j| to those who have fish camps today, everywhere, and Okee not always advisable to start
After his return to this country I Ball/I,[ other section of the country Is as
:Monday morning December 3 for the purpose of entertaining chobee Is no exception some new program unless someone
he was sent to New Orleans where | well situated to provide human ef
minutes after 10 o'clock. sports fishermen and it Is believed It Is not surprising then that our having experience In that line cane
he was discharged. ficiency. Higher wages can be paidIn
While In the Navy he receivedthe that through this organization/: attention family life, our school life, our > contacted and induced to enter
Florida, because workers can
rating of Signalman 1-c and can be given to the end community life, are not functioning Into the local field.

Kure, Japan-William J. Hulsey, ,war assigned to duty on the _U,. S, ,produce !more", he added.. ". ... M- th.t proper "Irwiavu made," and .'a. Smoothly as they blight. .' 'The State Chamber of Commerce ",,""''''.
third class, Okee- C.
quartermaster, Capt. M. Wassell, national war
S. Dennis which operated In the that once made they are enforcedto They are all affected by the tides las compiled a list of the natural
chobee, Fla., Is serving on. a Y hero, who was cited by the President -
S'\\ Pacific. He and tht ship he was on I the benefit of all. of uncertainty, change, upheaval resources in each county and

a motor minesweeper, in I tMft..t wvn In the Invnalnn ftf Mnrtl.."i for his care of men woundedon The next meeting Is _scheduled_ u to n end confusion which .p I Bfrainst g this m__ a_ lint_n' of.. operator, (,nthe _
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Harbor. the USS Marblehead In the early I
I Phillipines, Iwo Jima and Okinawa, I be held In Belle Glade In about two world today.Specifically. state in each respective line
VMS groups are engaged In clear. days of the war, spoke under thil
and was awarded the Presidential \ weeks. "they say" that too it Is the opinion of the writer thatin
Ing such areas as the Kure Channel auspices of the National War Fund
Unit citation I I much pull-hauling, back-of-the- many instances these contact
and the Inland Sea, of both'enemy j and urged the press to back the ]
j': Lloyd says the Navel Forces' In I hand controversy, sub-rosa com can be made for us, that we shall
and American-laid mines. crmpplgn: and see the job through J School Board In
I the Pacific formed a mighty fighting plaining, behind-the-hand gossip, be able to hold what we now have
have completed one close of
Already they Officers elected at the *
force and after assembled and to add items in an indus
i| they were and other disrupting Influences, are many
Of the largest mlnesweeps of all I two day session were Edwin A.r"nnlnger .
and ready to fight the Japs Regular MeetingThe rife in our school system, and not trial and agricultural way.
time, clearing the seas from Okinawa I :\ Stuart News presIdent
were no match for them In any i o only In Okeechobee, but everywhere In all of this the cooperation of
to Formosa to the East China Lloyd Herrln, Callahan News, tat
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way. Teachers criticise other teachers, the general public Is not only ask.d'
vice president, M. B. Fuller, Flag-]
Board of Public Instructionof
< almost four but needed. We want to feel
He said that in the pupils gripe Intemlnably about all you

''r he the Pacific the ler County Tribune, Bunnell, 2nd Okeechobee County Florida, that this Is Chamber of Commerce
Sea.New years was in the teachers, and all of them com your
vice president, and Russell Kay,
Chevrolet only boy he saw that he knew was met In regular session on December bine to jump on the principal bei that your suggestions will
lorida Newspaper News, secretary 3 and
transacted the following
Harris Anderson of Okeechobe hind i his back, and now on the new' be both welcome and necessary

Lloyd says that to say he Is glad I and treasurer. business: I county supervisor A limited amountof R. B. Meserve,

Now on DisplayGleaming to be home is putting it very mildly 1- Robert Allen, Principal of the I II this sort of thing Is Inevitableand Secretary

I Douglas Brown School, appeared
i Ized to purchase from the clerk of has tlways been true, but

D. S. Hudson, cashier of the Citizens \ Circuit Court all of Blocks 27 and before the board and requested the when It'reaches the point where

new 1946 Chevrolets,' Bank of Stuart, and Mrs use of the Negro school bus for the lute. Give them an Inch and
I people In general are talking about
I .28, South Okeechobee, for the purpose
sounding an appealing note In I Hudson and little son, were visitors \ of making a permanent athletic transporting his school children to It, seems to me the best thing to they take a mile. And they have

sleek, modern styling and embodying 0 spending some time here Tuesday I and from athletic contests The Also an uncanny ability to smell
field for the Okeechobee schools I 1 I do is to take the situation out into
board authorized the Douglee Brown smoke.
the latest results of new en. afternoon
I the and look it At
The board disapproved the plan open over. any
j I I school to use the Negro school bus Our going to have
gineering progress, are on display | youngsters are
of converting the present auditor. rate, all these folks can now uniteto
today at Gilbert Chevrolet Co., In Mrs C. E. Prescott of Kissimmee'I for this purpose provided the cost i a hard enough time achieving security
jump on me, which, If It gives
i lum I Into a combination auditoriumI
Okeechobee. several the first of the I I of said trips be paid from the ath and contentment In the world
I spent days
gymnasium and gives the follow. them a common Interest, I shall be
"The new models mark an out. week here visiting her other, Mrs I letic funds of said school and pro. glad to endure. today if we do everything possibleto
ing reasons for Its action
standing step In Chevrolet's progress I John Brett and family. vided that the regular driver drive help them. All of the greater
: I If The proposed plan has beena If these things be true, and to
as top producer In the automotive said bus on such trips influences In their lives must give
I and even a fraction of the extent to
Industry," said Mr. Culbretk.fMore i colors Is provided, and In addition, very controversial question B. C. Swain was granted a letter them positive Ideal to go by, positive .
which I told
they true
am
I has met with considerable opposl- are ,
ultra-smart two-tone hues are available | from the board
stating that there
Chevrolets than other directions to steer by, positive -
any I I then what can be done about It?
I'I tion.I
on specification, all In the Is no school beingg carried on In evidence
motor car were sold In 10 of the and unmistakable up.
'I I 2. There Is a doubt to whetheror In the first place, everybody can
as
last 11 years of prewar automotive newest and most appealing shades. the school building at Ft. Drum and on which to judge right from

production. We are confident that I I The 1946 Chevrolet appears In not the necessary finances for that the school board has no plansto ] I quit talking about It. The more

I..I'! nn..U... I'A Iu'!. talk, the less action, and the worse wrong.
three ]lines the offerIng o r'w ec w uv re'ee school in
: Stylemaater reassume said
the new postwar car will once again I building the situation becomes.In I Our government must stand pat
3. It would hinder those
be a sales winner. unusual refinements In the groups within the near future. for democratic and American Ideals
I within the Ichool'who wish to put the second place, all of the
"One of the most striking new lowest-price bracket; the Fleet. Resignation of L. P. Mercer as Our churches mast preach a positive .
I J JI ,nl contenta can mind their
on school plays, musical and chapelprograms. own
master, with further advanced finIsh principal and teacher of the
features which gives evidence ot: I Baa- business for and clear gospel of righteousness
\ a change
the Inherent over-all artistry of I I and appointments, and the Fleet. inger school was accepted by the not sectarianism. Our parent
In
the third place, de.
4. The board has been unable to a more
these cars, Is the completely new line, most attractively styled model board, effective as of November tided and clearcut] must set an example of good living
i Chevrolet has offered. get any one person to assume full 9, 19-15. policy of
ever
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front-end treatment, redesigned to management and discipline aChool\\) and good conduct.
The first Chevrolet to come and complete responsibility for In view of the fact that Mrs.
emphasize the low, modish lines. |i Instituted, and that And our schools must be a more
the back and applies to the
changing
building
from factory production lines lathe :Marie Ketring I I. .
The bumper, bumper guards, radiator acting principalof teachers as wells to Intimate and understandable demp
a the students
forth from auditor.
gymnasium to
grille, popular Stylemaster sport sedan, the Basinger school, the board
parking lamps, hood Unless the school onstratlon to the young people of
turn when the different wish officials, from
ornament and name emblem all a four-door model which Is being groups Increased her salary 14.00
present per the top to the bottom the ability of Americans to work
an of featured In the Initial display by to use It. I month over her regular contract present a
appearance new graceful united together, In unity and pleasantness,
front
I to the world
and to
5. The board further states that
Gilbert Chevrolet Co. As manufacturing salary I
ruggedness. for a solid and worthwhile goal,
their
i It is trying to work out a successful pupils, no rock-bottom found. '
conditions and available The
materials board
Outstanding style distinction Is authorized the super linking differences deep down
ation o( harmony can be achieved. I i' any
Immediately apparent In the stunning permit, it Is planned/ to I plan whereby a new and permanent intendent to purchase from Henry Young people ', under a calm tide of progres
have
of color combinationson broaden production schedules to Include gymnasium may be built. Hunter Lot 12 of Block 235, South a positive
array So let's do just that.shall we?
genius for
\ I Van Lightsey, Chairman, playing one faction off
the bodies by Fisher for the such models as town sedans, Okeechobee, said property lying
Board of Public InstructionCarl against another, for capitalizing on
1946 Chevrolet. Six different color business coupes and other types.Fleetmaster I Immediately west of the present
T. Durrance, every hint of controversy, for takIng -
and Fleetline
output
athletic
schei .es are available all field.]
on regular
I advantage of I Subscribe to The News
will follow County Superintendent every rift within
I The
models A rungi <>! three solid I i superintendent was author. i


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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1941
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TalkedTo hand-to-hand combat Mortar shells X-Ray Unit To @hcCdtUbcc 'eiu( I I
Leggett and other ammunition Jap medals 11 BRING YOUR F L. PORTER, D.S.C.
and medicine kits a rising sun flag

RotariansGordon I a Jap 81 rifle Items,and were many explained other Interesting In. I i Be Here In Jan. Published Okeechobee Every News Co.Friday at Okeetae-by tie Printing Needs FOOT SPECIALIST

bee, Okeechobee County, Florida TOOkeechobee CHIROPODIST
I a running comment by Mr. Leggett, !I-I
Leggett, of the Leggett and th| prize souvenir, a Samurai BRYANT BOWDEN ."""" Wltor News Put Your Feet In My Hands
Music Company of West Palm sword and belt. After the meeting I I expansion, made possible by your
Beach, gave the Rotarians a most the Rotarians crowded around the purchase of Christmas Seals, will Entered as aeond elise mf tter lull. 204 Sunrise Theatre Bldg.
1, 1814. at toe Poet Office IB Okeertbee. .
Interesting talk on his war experiences exhibit and asked Innumerable be in Okeechobee January 7th and Fli., under APt of Mar .. 1CT. Phone 782 Fort Pierce, F4

in the Pacific and a fine display questions, showing their Interest In I 8th. This service li absolutelyfree.
SUBSCRIPTION RATS!
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104fi4t?Ofiti4)+'ws tifis'"
of Japanese trophies at the and appreciation of Mr. All persons fifteen yean old One Tear In advance ...".,,..f1,(DO
Tuesday meeting. Mr. Leggett was fine or older will be given a thorough Six Months In advance .""... MO ELECTRICAL WORK
program unett"1 I Three Months In advance ..... .'11
with the Third Marine Division, Mr. Leggett waa Introd chest examination and diagnosis If I I
I for It. The for Reading not1ce"" la local eolaaaa, leente
and saw service on Guadalcanal, Louis Scharfschwerdt who was program they apply reason Ma.la.ria.
I a 11 De. Rates for display adver-
Bouganville Saipan Guam and Iwo chairman for the day. I the fifteen-ye.roldlimit li that tllog famished OB application. Classified P. P. EVANSHOUSE
Jima. Most of his souvenirs were I W. J. Hendry gave a brief account I prior to that age tuberculosis ii I, Insertion.advertlslnf All, Items f eeats retarding each wardper enterprises CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WTO.

collected on Guam where he founda of the progress of the com.merclal i I leldom present in a detectable conducted for profit. are LIQUID fr
chargeable at advertising rateI' -
cave which had been occupied bya I fishermen's organization form. If you or any member of i' WIRING ff* f* MALARIAL
Advertising bills the -* if\ jfSYMPTOMS
I' are payable OB
Japanese supply with At your family seems to tire too easity -
company a meeting last Sunday at Moore I lat of Neb month. Parties vnknoira tepublishers V/V/WTake directed
many kinds of Japanese equipmentnew I Haven R. B. Meserve was elected la underweight, catches cold on I repaired to par In advance. t OO:'<+:weals-.w'rwrb''w+{ 144 r'fi+? I only at

and shining waiting to be ap I secretary and treasurer and his the slightest provocation, by all ,1- _,_,.. _. ------------- -.. y ,
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propriated. I Immediate duty Is to draw up a'' means avail yourself of this free I

Mr. Leggett displayed a complete set of by-laws which will be considered X-ray examination If there hat
Japanese uniform which looked'' at the next meeting at the been tuberculosis In your The best bonds pf f all areVICTORY

about the right size for a Boy I I city hall In Belle Glade, Sunday, ate family at any time, do Immedl'l
Scout; jungle green suit, split-toed December 16th. to have your own chest
sneakers, wrapped leggings canteen ) Guests at the Rotary meeting i even if you feel absolutely BONDSYES

and cover gas mask and camouflaged -' Tuesday were the new pastor of I Remember that an early diagnosisof .

helmet. Hand Grenades both I the Baptist church, the Rev. C. H. tuberculosis la the very founda THESE ARE THE BEST BONDS-the ones you can
Japanese and American were dem Eiland and S. H. MacDougald cashier tion upon which successful treatment I
buy with the most satisfaction Because they're dedicated to
onstrated by Mr. Leggett, also ai I of the Okeechobee County Bank. it based If you are found .
Japanese bayonet and the mannerIn I free of the disease,, the examination CONSTRUCTION-not destruction. Because they'll accomplishas

which It was used In attempts I I Buy Christmas Seals save an will set your mind at rest; If much to BUILD UP America as your other War Bonds did to

to disarm American soldiers h. Okeechobee life. the first signs of trouble are present smash down German and Japanese resistance.THEY'LL .

- ,--- -- don't get panicky your PAY FOR A RETURN PASSAGE for boys .

better chances than of complete excellent. recovery are who've' been away from home a long, long time.

I The X-ray unite can take hundreds THEY'LL GIVE A NEW LEG to a youngster who left his

EVANS ELECTRIC CO. of pictures ada", so don't on the beach in Normandy restore an arm to a Marine who

feel that by applying for examination lost his on Gaudalcanal.
------------ you are taking time from oth THEY'LL SEND ONE VETERAN BACK TO COLLEGE
ers who might need It
badly
more
than you. The Ideal situation wouldbe help another buy a farm set up another in business for

for everyone to have periodic himself

COMPLETE HOUSE WIRING MATERIAL chest examinations, whether they They'll maintain the occupation armies that are teaching

are apparently perfectly well or Germany and Japan that CRIME DOES NOT PAY.They'll .

feel below be par. The unit attendantswill I call "HALT" to inflation and "FORWARD" to
FLUORESCENT DESK LAMPS glad to be rushed and
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sound national
prosperity.Okeechobee.
swamped with applications the i
more the better because It will ,
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prove that Okeechobee is aware of
COMMERCIAL LIGHTING FIXTURES tubercular danger and awake to the I
means of fighting it. County BankOFFICERS

Indifference I. our greatest enemy

Give Something Electrical for Xmas there. has We cannot been too plead much Ignorance-publicity C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD: Vlce-Pres.

N. RtY CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. and Cashier
in the press the schools, magazines
and on the radio. Forewarned /Is DIRECTORSN.

(Estimates on Wiring) forearmed-now let us act accord. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
ingly. W. ALLEN MARKHAM Jr. S. H. McDOUGALD E. M. MESERVEDENMARK'S
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The following names are addedto J. 0. PEARCE
the list of those who have made "
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hire Ruby Hancock, J. M. Roe J. =

T. Coker, J. D. Agoitino, 0. L. .1
Hunt, Van Lightsey, R L. :Mark- I"
MMr ham, W A. :Markham, Leo Green- ,

"Me. berger Clayton White J. 0. Pearce I
I'm stayingin Sr. :M. C, Pitt., Phil Cason, David !
Y Dnlsrety, Prof. Bowman. I OF OKEECH08EE

Response is very slow. Lees than i

the Army!' one quarter of the seals sent out I
have been
paid for or returned ;;
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constitutes an all-time low
Q$rc for Okeechobee which Is usually
so quick to buck up any worthwhilePlea

THERE ARE PLENTYOF for help. You mean to send

in the two dollars, of course, so do
REASONS. rAND It now.
TOYS
Buy Christmas TOYS TOYSALL
HERE THEY ARE I" Seal sate an
Okeechohee life

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1 "First I keep my present grade. 6 "Any time after 20 years I GILBERT
METAL SCOOTERS with ball bearing wheels
That means a lot. can retire at half pay increasing


4 0 can"By pick reenlisting my own for branch 3 years of I service.retirement year And by pay year the after to time three.quarters 30 I've years already of :-t: THEATRE.!!-! :': -.- :.: '"' :-c 'I TRUCKS and TRAILERS

service in the Air Ground
or
served in active military or naval
Service Forces, and can go to any service counts toward my retire. Sunday and Monday CONCRETE MIXERS
theater I wish
overseas
ment time. Added up-reenlistment Dec 9.10 I

3 "I get my mustering-out pay, seems pretty sound to me!" WAGONS with lettered blocks
even though I'm reenlisting. James Dunn
Also I I get $50 a year reenlistment I .
Dorothy :McGuIre
bonus for each year I've been in INVADER GUNS
the Army. ;My dependents receive JANUARY 31, 1946 Joan Rlondell
family allowances for the full term
of my enlistment. And I'll be AN IMPORTANT DAn InV PLASTIC TEA SETS

eligible for CI Bill of Rights bcne- FOR MIN IN Till ARMY ", TREE GROWS 11nROOKLY .
fits when 1 get out of the Army. "
:; PLASTIC IRONS
with cord
MEN new In Army who reenlist I
4 "My;\ food clothes quarters before February 1 will be reen
medical and dental care are all IIc.clln present grade Men honorably I News Terry Toon TABLE AND CHAIR SETS
supplied to me. And I can learn discharged can reenlist
any of 200 skills or trades in the within 20 days ofUr discharge I I
Army schools. 'In grade held al time of discharge Friday and Saturday COMB AND BRUSH SETS
provided they reenlist
5 "All of us who are reenlisting befar.9.bruay 1, 1946. I Double Feature Program
' are going to have from 30 to JEEPS FIRE TRUCKS
90 ua>.' furlough at home with Yew may enlist AT ANY TIMI Tito Guizar Virginia BruceIn .. .
full pay and our travel paid both 'or 154 2 or 3 year periods
ways. And we'll have 30 days' furlough (One-year enllttmenU/ for men DOLLS DOLL CARRIAGESALL
every year with pay. new In 'the Army with al least
6 menlhi el lervlce.) "BRAZIL""CANYON

* * * * * METAL STROLLERS'I

PAY PER MONTHMONTHLY Srerflnf RITIREMINT CITY" And Many More To Choose From

ENLISTED MEN (0.. Pay INCOME AFTER with DON BVRRY
P.r 20 fears' 10 Yeari
la Uditioi to Food, lode!." Matter sergeant/ Meek J.rvlce Service

ClotliM in1 Mtdidl Ctrl or First Sergeant/ $138.00 J89.70 '1".2' NEWS nru-u-j-inj .' > .-. % .. X. .< *V N
Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 128.23
(e-Plus 20% Increase for Staff SergeauT 96.00 62.40 108,00ServlceOvenenbPlus Shop Early and Avoid the RushDENMARK'S
Sergeant. 78.00 30.70 87.73
50% if Member of Flying Corporal ,. 66.00 42.90
Crewt, 74.23 Coming
Parachutist, etc. (c) .
-Plus 5% Iner.... la Pay Private First Out 0 '...00 33.10 60."
for Each 3 Years of Service. Private. '. 0 30.00 51.'" 36J3
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t ',..; ,:':: FRIDAY, bECEMBER 7, 1945 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS! --._.
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N Y Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-. .. ......... .. .., .. .. Dated this 19th day of Novem 'the County of Okeechobee, State FOR SALE A 3-year-old horse,
"o.=a..a.=a. == =a. = -=a.-= """" = -= ...
uu Womans: Society I ber, 1945. of Florida. ; broke to ride at $125. Ernest Campbell
(Seal)) Mabel P. Raulerson Unless such certificate or certificates .
I i: SOCIAL NEWS Met At ChurchThe I, Clerk of the Circuit Court of ,, shall be redeemed according I,
Okeechobee County, Florida. I I to law, the property described : FOR SALE 53-acre farm with
In such certificate or certificates
In ,!," house and barn. All fenced. About
K:':iiiiiiI:.:=:.:=: I:.: :'::F-S :.: X X g.I''I J'.:a X:-=::s.... I NOTICE OF. APPLICATIONFOR will be sold to the high -
ChristIan cleared. On Trout Creek
Woman's Society of 20 acres
Miss Myrtle Ezell, who l I. employed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitley' TAX DEED est bidder at the court house Road 29. Ernest
Service of the Methodist church five miles out on
I door the first in the
at the Opa Laka Naval Bast, of Albermale, N. C,, arrived InI I on Monday
I met last Tuesday at the church annex Notice is hereby given that E.month of January, 1946, which Campbell
pent leveral days of this week Okeechobee Monday and are spend following the usual Circle'I R. Tindel and Annie Tindel, the Is. the 7th day of January. 1946.
here visiting her parents, Mr. and ing ten days here with Mr. and meeting I holder of the following certificate Dated this 13th day of November FOR SALE Windmill, Tower
e Mrs. Ulmer Ezell. Mrs. J. N. Pease Mrs. Whlltey Is has filed said certificate'for 1945. Pump and Water Tank Henry
Mrs. D. W. Cassel led the devotional I
the sister of Mrs. Pease. I a tax deed to be issued there (Seal)) Mabel P. Raulerson, Reichert.
Mr. and Mr. Gilbert Culbrethare service on the topic, "The
on. The certificate numbers and I| Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the proud parents of a baby door of Faith, the door of Understanding i
of issuance, the description Okeechobee Florida.
years : County, LOST-Silver double faced Watch.
boy born at the Fort Pierce Hospital Frank Flannery of Albany, N. Y. and the door of Fellow of the property, and the names I I
Will $10.00 reward for re
He has been will leave Monday to return to his pay
Sunday morning. ship. in which It was assessed are as ..//04000d6S fi9t SOt:: :S4{441 turn. Reuben Lanier.
home after spending two weeks I'
named Hugh Gilbert Culbreth, Jr. follows
:
I Mrs. H. II Raulerson, as program I
I here with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rue Certificate No. 127 Year of
leader, discussed the negro race CLASSIFIED ADS
Word reaches here that Q. J. Bell Mr. Flannery .1, connected with and Its achievements and opportune '''Issuance 1943.Description LOST-Yellow bob tail ring neck

Hazellef who has been co-pilot for the Albany Herald and worked' with ities In the future. of property: Lot ...:..:..:..: :..:..:..).:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: I dog about one year old. Left my
the Delta Air Lines has recently Mr. Russell In New York many 1, Block 9, Railroad Addition. I house Sunday night November 18'I .
,- been assigned a run as pilot. He years ago. |I I During the business session Mrs. Name In which assessed: Ed. $5000 REWARD for return of mj I Will pay reward for return or information
y makes his headquarters In Atlanta, I i, C. R, Boyles and Mrs H. H. Rau. German.All bird dog named Lady-taken from I leading to his whereabouts
lerson elected delegates to the of said Mlcco Nov. 8th. I ,
Georgia. The first Immunization clinic for were property being In S. A. BELCHER. R. E. Padgett.
District Conference In Sebring,
school
children
will begin In Okeeren -
I December 3rd and 4th. The reportof
Funeral services were conducts d I chobee on Jan..ry 13th. Th e c hild. ...
I the nominating committee was
Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. for were recently given blanks to
I presented, and officers for the
the Infant son of Mr and Mrs. be signed by their parents, authorizing
Tommie Proctor who died at the participation In the clinic I I I I coming year elected.
Fort Pierce Hospital Tuesday morn I and conveying certain Information. !I It was determined to have the

ing of last week. He lived only a I Dr. Well asks that these blanks I next meeting on December 11th ,

few hours be filled out, signed, and returned i I Instead of the usual time, becauseof Announcing

immediately, so that plans for a Christmas activities.

Buy Christmas Seals save an successful clinic may be made In I Hostesses for the social hour

Okecchohee !life. advance. I were Mrs. Paul Burdeshaw and Mrs.
THE OPENING OF THE
John McNeil of the Martha circle,
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assisted by Mrs. Alderman and other -'
r
members of their group. Fruitcake
salted nuts, coffee and tea SOUTHLAND HOTEL GRILL

were served.

no Others present were Mrs. P. P.

Evans Mrs. R. E. Link, Mrs. A. H.

Amarlne, Mrs. C. H. Parkerson, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1945
!Mrs W L. Burgess, Mrs. W. A.

Lawson, Mrs F. W. Zander, Mrs.

JXRI Jtoher&me8 C. F. Jenkins, !Mrs. D. J. Hunt, !Mrs

{ : Angle Bass, Mrs. W. R. Howell,
Mrs D R. McNeil !Miss Jo Par- LUNCHEONS AND A LA CARTE SERVICE

I rich, Mrs. W. B. Jennings, !Mrs. Nathan
J Zelmenovitz, Mrs. Rudolph

;-. Zelmenovltz, !Mrs. Omar Hunt and SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
-I Mrs. E. H. Hunt.

"Som'bod/l. Wonder

a WW' \\OME>!S !MISSIONARYThe

.i MR. & MRS. J. C. HIRZLERWhat's
Woman'* !Missionary Society
Palr-O-Dice Perfume Set of the Baptist church held a Stewardship I I
An unusual and delightful Program last Wednesday

I "gift Ie" I night which was of unusual Interest
I by I to the members and the large \

l HENRI MONET I audience. The purpose of the meet- r- '-

I 7I lIng was to impress the young peo- \4
1 I pIe the church's tenet that their\

r'1'e'! ; tine, their money and their talents a.IJ.
are a loan from God for the use of''

1 1L which they must make a final accounting i
,I I

It c '. The meeting opened with a devotional I
service led by :Mrs. S. J.

t The Gift Shop I Davis, who used the third chapterof

:Malachl, verses 8 to 12, as her
CHINA SILVER JEWELRY TOYS topic.
I
BERNICE PHILLIPS Prop. Each class of young people then
New? '
Southland Hotel Bldg! Phone 118 OVeechobee, Fla..1 took part In the program The Sun
beams, under the direction of El-
I eanor Harden gave scripture readIngs .

and a song. Mrs Fred Chandler


-TO THE BWLDERS! OF I ,I the in a presented theme letter-by-lctter of her Stewardship.Girls'exposition Auxiliary The of ,


Royal Ambassadors led by Mrs R.
THE J HEW 1 1946CHEVROLET
E. lamrick, used the Quiz Kids

program as a foundation for their

SEEGtifl very clever contribution. The Young

..., -*. has Woman' Auxiliary, taught by Mm.
Carl Durrance sang a Stewardship
Song

IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD, YOU I Mrs G. C. Duriance gave a

thoughtful talk on our obligationsof
WILL NEEDCONCRETE Stewardsh i ii, Mrs Minnie. Don-

aldson spoke on the sjbjeu "Shall Chevrolet is here again, a new Chevrolet, the
BLOCKS I We Tithe" and Mrs. C. :II. Williams

","o'"n spoke on the" topic, "How a finest Chevrolet-built of the finest materialsby
Can Tithe.
..
PORTLAND CEMENT The Baptist church has welcomedthe
new pastor, the Rev. C. II. El- men with an eye to the future and noted

.. land The pas oriu' was completely
STEEL WINDOWS redecorated before his arrival, and for excellence in engineering. You'll find the
plans have been made to enlargethe

.. house and to build new Sunday same high quality that has caused you to place

MASONRY CEMENT :. terials school are available.rooms as soon as ma-

I Chevrolet first for years plus sparklingnew
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ROCK AND NOTICE OF APPLICATION

I FOR TAX DEED i beauty in styling and design, _together


ROCK SCREENINGS .. I Notice Is hereby-given that B. 'I I with many proved features. You'll say Chevrolet

C. Swain, the holder of the following :
'
: certificate, has filed sad: is first and finest again in 1946! '
STEEL
REINFORCING '
certificate for
a tax deed to be :
I Issued thereon. The certificate

number and year of Issuance, I
IF INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE the description of the property
. I| and the name In which It was
assessed are as follows:
I Certificate No. 104, Year of I

Issuance 1943.Description. L'" '

of property: Lot 7, "'"
Blk. 76, City of Okeechoboe.
Name In which assessed: Unknown

.
1 All of laid property being In
the County of Okeechobee, Stateof
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS Florida. GILBERT CHEVROLET CO.
B8L
Unless such certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according
BLOCKS MANUFACTURED TO I I to law, the property described Okeechobee, Fla. Phone 54
CONCRETE
In such certificate or certificates
will be sold to the high I
AND STATE SPECIFICATIONS
FEDERAL est bidder at the court house I
door on the first Monday in the
month of January, 1946, whichis
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While the congress continues to claimant, and shall be sworn to by described lands la Okeechobee County NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB I Lot 1 except RR R-W, Bee S-SS-M Okeechobee

the claimant Florida to-wltl TAX DEED Lot 1 except RU R-W, See &- -" Lots I, 2 and S to 12 Inc., Blk. 1,
worry about "unemployment Dr. agent, or attorney, Lots 1 sad 7, Blk. 40, South Okeechobee. Notice Is hereby given that James Lot 11 and EM. of Lot 13. Blk.: B, Powell's S-D

executive vice and any such claim or demaand not Durrauce the holder of the following and beg from Hancock M-C between Lote 7, 8 and 9, Blk i, Powell'!
E. L. Newcomb, Lots f, 7, 8 and 9, Blk. 108, City of certificates has filed said Sections 4 and 9. run BDLot.
president of the National Whole- so filed shall be void.MABEL Okeechobee.Lots certificates for a tax deed to be' Isne4 BKRLY along M.L 1009.89 ft to 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 8, Powell's %
P. RAULERSON 1, 2 and 3, Blk. ISO, City of thereon. Certificate numbers sod year NW line of Wesley Harvey property oDLI .
tale Druggists Association, states Okeechobee. of Issuance, the description of the for FOB I thence 8 83 deg.21'minutes'W to 12 Inc.. Blk. 4, Powell's
drug stores need As Administratrix of the Lots 11, IB, 16, 17, 10 and 20, Dlk : property, amid the names la which It 402V, ft to 17 mln. S.D
that the nation' B7, City of Okeechobee. was assessed are as follows water level to point to TRUSTEES Or THE INTER.
10,000 phartnaclitt and research Estate of Roy Ralford I Lots 6 aud 7. Blk. 77, City of Okeechobee. Certificate No. 44, Year! of Issuance and l parallel with protected SB NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
Raulerson deceased. 1941. line of Wesley Harvey propertyN OF TilE: STATE OF FLOR
worker. Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Blk 2, Great Certificates Nos 02 and 09 Year of 33 den. 21 min. E 303 ft., IDA
First publication November 16, 1945 I..ku S/D. Issuance 1142.Certificate NWERLY along Hancock ML144V. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Lots 10 and 11, Blk. 183, City of No. 81, Year of Issuance '. ft See. ft-3S-Sa OF EVERGLADES DRAIN.
Okeechobee 1B41.. Lots S and 4:Blk. 1, Fewell'i 3.D AGE DISTRICT
well I
Rest satisfied with doing NOTICE Lots 1 to 0 Inc.. Blk 1S4. City of Certificates Nos. 17 and 22, Year Of Lot 9. Blk.: 8, Powell's S-D
and leave others to talk of you at Okeerhobee County.. Florid. Okeecbobee.Lots Issuance 1044.Certificates I Lots 1 and 2, Blk. Ill, City of OkeewoMSEU By ROY R. ItAULER for
10 end 12. Year of Trustees of the Internal
No.
November. chobee
IS 1MI 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 27, South
they please. NOTICE: is HEREBY GIVEN tint Issuance 1041.Description/. end NE<4 of SEK, See Improvement Fund and
pursuant' to Section V of Chapter Okeechobee of property 4? Twp 84 Uge. 85SKV4 for Board of Commissioners
of
1S208. Laws of Florida., Arts of 1W7. Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 23, South Lots 22, 23 and 24. Blk. T, Bassen- ft SEVi, Sec 4, Twp, 34, Bge. trlct Everglades, Drainage DIs.
known as the MURl'HY ACT and In Okeechobee ger Park 8-D. 33Lots Fiords UIIhoheeount": ,
pursuance of Chapter 20(138. Lews of Lot 1% Sec. 4, twp. 31, Rge. 83. 1 to 4 Inc. Blk. BS, City of
The true source of cheerfulness .Florida Arts of 1641 known as the Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 89, City of Lot i7! Sec 12. Twp 81. Rile S3. Okeechobee
EVER OLAI 1 E 9 DKAINAOEJ! DIS. Okeechobee. Name In which Messed :Jerry will 1 be offered for sale at public out. Tills NOTICE IS PUBLISHED In
ll be'nevolence.-The soul that perpetually TH1CT ACT the following described Ford ; O (). Blancbard and O. A. cry for the highest and heat cash bid. I compliance with Sections 2VJ12 and
he offered for sale watery
land sltuntcj will Lnngherst. the of the of
In Everglades Drainage basteash subject to right Board 2.)313. Florida Statutes. IOU
overflows with kindness District In Okeechobe County FlorIda for the highest IDol bid. All of said. property being In the Commissioners; of Everglades! Drainage TUB
will always be cheerful "will\ be offered for sale at public subject to the right nf of the Board Drainage of County of Okeechobee. State of Flor District anl/o. Board of County advertising PURCHASER coat IS to pay the
Commissioner
and sympathy Everglades
outcry for the highest end, beat rash ida. Commissioners of Okeeebohee Count, THE TRI'SUEE
.-Parke Godwin. bid subject to the right! of tbe Trustees District, and/or Board. of County Unless such certificate or certificates Florida to reject any and all bids, IMPROVEMENT OF INTERNAL
of the Internal Improvementfund Commissioners of Okeechobee County.Florida shall be redeemed according to nt the (Courthouse beginning at 10'00 I FUND reserve the
end of the Board of Commissioners of to reject any and all bide. law the property described In such o'clock A M. on the. 10th day of November right IIY to ORDER reject any and all bllds
at the Courthouse, beginning at 10-00 soldto of the Trustees
Everglades Drainage District to reject certificate or certificates will be 1941. Easement for drainageand of the
soy and all bids, at the Courthouse, o'clock A. M, on the 17th day of the highest bidder at the courthouse reclamation and road purposes Internal Improvement Fund of the
State of Florl
NOTICE ccmber, 104.1./ Easement for De-I the first Monday In .till licKlnnlng at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on the door on will be reserved. Millard F Caldwell.
Notice li hereby given that I will 17th day of December, 104V As to all and reclamation and road month of December which Is BOARD OP COMMISSION-BUS I ATTEST : Governor
lands outside the corporate limits If will be reserved CONM1gMTONRR5V I the Srd. day of 1MB. OF ES'RlU TA1)ES DRAINAGE F C Elliott Sec.
not be responsible for any debts or any municipality ee of this date no\rtp OP Dated this lit day of November DISTRICT: Trustees I, I, Fund
wife title to one half of all petrollum endtbree KVEKOI.ADnS DRAIN. 1945. Ind110.lW
obligations which my former -fourths of other minerals will AGE DISTRICT SOPIIRONIA PEASE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
' Clara Tripp Incur. be reserved\ by Trustees of the Inter BOAitt Clerk of Circuit Court of OF OKFECHO- IN TilE COURT OF TilE COT'NTT
may
net Improvement Fund ) If lands an OF COUNTY CON.MISSIONEItS Okeecbobee County Florida BEE COUNTY, FLORIDA .TrnOB IN AND FOR OKEECHO-
Dated at Okeechobee this 9th day within said corporate limits as of :: OF OKFBCI1O, (Seal) By ROY II. KAULBRSON BEE COUNTY; FLORIDA
this date the reservation applies but BEE COUNTY FLORIDA -':;'- I Clerk of the Circuit Court of IN RE : ESTATE OF
of November, 1945. privilege to explore, mine and develope By M\BEL P. HAUI.ERSON, NOTICE OF INTENTION Okeecbobee County, Florida) HENRY T. BASS. :JR.
J. H. TRIPP. will be conducted on and antler Clerk of the Circuit Court SELL LAND as agent for raid Boards DECEASFD.
lands only with the consent at Clerk of the Circuit Court of NOTICE 13 Ht-REBY GIVEN tb.t,1 By 80PIIKOMA PEASE, NOTICE OF PROIHTE
the surface owner. Easements for Okeechohce County; Florida, pursuant to Section 13 (ill.) Chapter Deputy Clerk TO AM PERSONS! INTERESTED
red right of nay 200 feet wide will as agent for said Boards 20D5S! Laws of Florida, Acts of 1H41. I IN THE ES1ATE OF SAID
NOTICE TO CREDITORS be reserved by said, Trustees from and Seitlon 07 Chapter 14717. Law' DECEDENT :
any parcel through which there Is an By Sophronla Tease Deputy Clerk I of Florida, Acts of 1U31. ns amended NOTI'EOKEECITOBEE Yen
Probate Act Sees. 119, 120) 20038, Laws of I are hereby notified that a
(1933 existing state road : and easement fordrallla&'l bv Section, 11, Chapter COUNTY. FLORIDA written Instrument
.._.. purported to hethe
n 105
end reclamation and for and also .pur. 19
Act of 1U41.
THE COUNTY Florida last will and testament of
COURT OF M said
IN THE NOTICEVISI"HER'EBY'"GIVEN !
road purposes will be reserved by the Tallahassee Florida mint to Section 4.: uuainer *" that decedent has been admitted
JUDGE OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, Hoard of Commissioners of Everglades November 8th 1943 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1041. .s pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter! In said court. You are hereby to probate
IImlnBite District NOTICE I iimeud by Section IV, Chapter 22079 cudSection \ 1x2(10, I.aof Florida Acts of 1037 within six calendar months commanded
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN Description NOTICE I* hereby given that the Laws of Florida, Acts of 1U43, known as the MURPHY ACT and In from the date of the first publication
REs ESTATE OF Lots 1, 8 I end, 9, Blk: 123, City of Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund 41 Cbspter 20722. Laws of pursuance of Chapter 2 Ok,, hobee of the State of Florida, will Florida Acts ot 11)41 as amended by Florida.' Acts of 1041 known as the and show cause It any can, why
ROY RAIFORD RAULERSON, Lot 13, Blk. 57, City of Okeecholiee. offer for sale for competitive bids In\ Section 21 Chapter 22U79, Laws of KVCROLADES: DRAINAGE DISTRICT the action of said court you In admitting
Lots 1 to 10 and 13 to 20 Inc., Blk.A Tallahassee, FlorIdA. at 11:00: o'clockA. I Florida, Acts cf 1!}4S, the following 1 ACT the following describedland said will to probate should not stand
Deceased. Southwest Addition M December l"th, 1943, the following i described lauds lu Okeeuhobee County; situated In Everglades Drainage revoked.
described lands, In OkeechobeeConntv Florida, to-wlt: I District In Okeechobee County. Flor
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS BOAHn' COMMISSIONED:: I I T. W
COMELY, :JR..
OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. : I Lot 0. lilk. 152, City; of Okeechobee 1,10.111 he offered for sale at public
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGE DISTRICT Beginning at the N E, Cornerof Lots 7 and 8 I. Blk. 2, South Okee outcn for the highest and bent cash ___County JudgeIN
TRUSTEED OK THE INTERNAL Tract No. 24 of the Eagle Bavsurrev cbobee bid subject to the right of the Trustees
AGANIST SAID ESTATE: IMPIIOVRMKNT: FUNDOF as recorded In Plat Book Lots 2, 3, 4 and 5. Blk. 207. City of of the Internal Improvement} THE COURT IN AND OF FOR TilE OKEECHO11EB COTJSTTJT'OOE -

THE STATE OF FLOR. 1. Pair SI, Records of OkeechobeeCntintv. OkeechobeeLots Uund and nf the Board' of Commissioners ;
I COUNTY FLORIDA,
You and each of you are hereby IDA. Florida : and run thenceS 5, 6 11 and 12, Blk. 17. South nf Everglades Drainage Die-1 IN HE : ESTATE OF
By MAHHL 1'. RAULERSOV. Agentfor M degrees Sfl min. E B"/OO feet, Okeechobee trim to reject any and all bids at the I HENRY T. BASS JR.
,
notified and required to present any Trustees of the luterunl 1m. thence 8, SS degrees 4(1( min W. Lots tt and 9, Blk. 46, South Okee CoiirthoiiHe, beginning at 10'00j DECEASED.
: ft thence N. R* degrees 86 chobee o'clock A. M.. on the IDth day of November -
provement Fund find for Boardof 10714
NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou
claims and demands which '
you, or Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 9, Riverside
Commissioners of Everglades min. \f. Sfll.3 ft. thence N, 27 degrees Park 1043. As to all parcels of land and each of you are hereby
either of you, may have against the Drainage District, Okeorhobee M mln E (T>34 ft. to Point Lots 8.Addition 9 and 10 Blk. 131. City of of ten acres or more title to one-half oft I notified and required to present any;
County Florida. of PocDnnlnB containing 930 nf petroleum and three-fourths
clalma and demands which you or
OkeechobeeLots
estate of Roy Raiford Raulerson, ----- acres In Sections 8 and 17 Township I other minerals will be reserved by i Hher of have against the
1. 2. 0. 8, 9, 10 and 11. Blk. 78, I von may
deceased late of said county, to the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO W Smith. Range 11/ East City of Okeechobee Trustees of the Internal, Improvement,II uHtate of Henry 'I'. Bass Jr., deceased,
SFII. nvn TIllS NOTICE I" PUBLISHED In I NIl of NEVI of NEVi, Sec 15. Twp. I Fund", Easements for road right ofn late of said county, to the county
County Judge of Okeechobee County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, compliance with Section 2V112 and .17\ Rj,e. 81 \\ \- 200 feet ,,'Iole111 be reserved by 1, judge of Okeechobee County Florida' ,

Florida, at his office in the iirsunut to Section 15 ((1), < 'hnpterHISS. 2M11: : Florida Statutes 1941. Lots 1 2:1: and 5 to 10 lima, BIle sold Trustees from any' parcel through within eight: calendar months from
Laws of Florida of 1941 Is the I winch ;h-- i .: 'iII -
Acts THE: PURCHASER to pay 11. lilverxlile Park Addltlnn, the date of the first publication of
court house of said County at Okee and Section 111, Chapter 11717, Laws advertising cost, Lots 0 amid 7. Blk. 00 City; of Okee- : 3u;> .,cu. UT U. :C.LC.: "r''I| this notice. Each claim or demand
of Florida Acts of 1031. >l amended THE TRUSIEES OF INTERNAL: 'lIIh-e 'Olorll'.I1: "i'i r 11 "-', 'H must be In writing and must state the
chobee, Florida, within eight calendar ,by Section 11 Chapter 20IV1S. laws, of IMPROVEMENT FIND:: reserve the I.ot 11! Blk. 232, City of Okeechobee a',1 --ler-jJ b-r_ tSj Board of place of residence and post office .d'<
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months from the time of 'the Florida. Acts of 1941. and oleo pursuant right to refect tiny and nil bids v.t.n: isi.i ::, .: it .- ,.f.u.-. Jnc" I dream of the claimant and must be
to Section 42. Chapter 20722: BV ORDER of the Trustee of the Lots S. 10 and 11, Blk 132. City of D'j'rlc": I : sworn to by the claimant his agent
first publication of this notice. Each Laws of Florliln. Acts of 1941. AS Internal) Improvement Fund of the OkeechobeeLots :>.'rrt"tfm or his attorney, or the same will become
emended by Section 19 Chapter 22079 State of Florida 7 to 10 Inc. Blk. 133.: City of Mt T. rc.r.:: ;.:" ?' Cl-'..'hoh-e void according to law.
claim or demand shall be In writing, Inns of Fiorilloctl of 11)43, and, MiLLARD F. CAI.D\VELL> Ok.ecllObee Lots 1. 4 !. :rnl 12, Blk. 11 This 2Sth dnv of September 1943

and shall state the place of residence Section 41. Chapter :2O722. Laws of Governor I Lot 4. lllk 117 City of OkevchobeeLots Wright's First Add. HENRY THOMAS BASS SR.,
Florida, Acts of 1041 ns amended bv ATTEST : 1 to 7 Inc: 814 of NElj Ntt Lots n and 12, Blk Til City of Okee Executor of the Estate Will and
and post office address of th'l Section 21 Chapter 22071) Laws of F. r Elliot See. of sn>4 eicept KK K-W and that chobee Testament of Henry T. Bass Jr.
Florida, Acts of 1943.! the following |I Trustees I. I. Fund I part N of SAL Ry. Sec 33-30 I Lots L K, and O. Blk 253, City of, Deceased

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