The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30-Number 32 _._ Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 26, 1945 Price Five Cents

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Water'/ ControlTo I Has Practical Plan for Employment SClOTISr-, JANUARY 28 I Give Awards\ To "

Th, WS.M: original and genuine "TRUTH" li tho subject of the

Be Success' Ui and. Die Opry will play in Okee- ; of Returning Veterans of This War Lesson-Seimon which will be read I Two StudentsThe

i I chobie on Monday night, January in Churches of Christ, Scientist,

20th, ut the High School Auditor. throughout the world on Sunday,

Indiantown lull under the auspices of the Okee- I EJO\---- com-y;; I 28
At the Seminole Inn in nmnGE \UTY ;; Practical aid for tho January Rotarians voted at their luncheon -

twelve men fin"had\ uif UK fm.st ,I ihobec High School Bund reemployment and readjustment to The Golden Text Is: "We cnn do meeting on Tuesday to offer
unntlj', The following radio stars will appear normal of returned nothing against the truth, but for
breakfast you inn IIIIHKIIU I living / awards at the end of the school year
their and followed : Bill Monroe and hla BlueGrass AT SOUTHLAND: \ HOTEL is ] the truth" (II Corinthlanj 13:8),
climbed into curl both men and women, veteran.'j I I to two outstanding students, on the
R, H. Carlton aboard Railway Boys, Zeke Clements, the man I in n plan just published Among the citations which comprise I basis of scholarship, civic mindedness .
Agent out to the far- from music mountain singing his Florida i the Lesson-Sermon It the
Agricultural dire M C. Pitts and hits Roscoe Power Light Company and extra-curricular activities.
filing Indian- own song, "Smoke, an the Water", I from the BIb I 1
around following e t
farm lands Thu first
Bass award will
wore joint hostesses for bridge Titled "The Biggest Job In Town"the be $10, the second
town. After a short drive, the little Chubb Wise, the Suwannee River on Tuesday afternoon, honoring Mrs I book was prepared especially "Lead me in thy truth, and teach $3, and they will be presented

motorcade stopped and the men champion fiddler; Cedric Rainwater Merle Bartlett and hire A B. MeKlnnon. for the more than 200 Florida com.munltiel me for thou art the Cod of my ialvatlon on commencement night

!lilt red about guide Carlton who, a mlrthquake of fun; little Sally I The party was held at Mrt. served by the public utility 1 ; on thee do I wait all the Robert Uoserve was accepted aj

im of folks In Florida know, Ann, the Kentucky songbird; Tex Pitt's apartment in the Southland ) Offered day. All the paths of the Lord are
company. as a suggestion member and presented with his
hah i West Palm Beach. Stret- the man from the Rio Grande; I Hotel, which was beautifully decorated to communities, the plan "U mercy and truth unto such ai keep Rotary lapel button by the secretaryZ.
side lojigthtly String Bean, the musical rascal; with his covenant and hit testimonies"
< I on every were quantities of nrl.col.orod flexible enough/ to be adapted to al.1| K Williams President Rauler
winter Curley Bradshaw, king of 'the harmonica I ((1'Bulrm 25 B .
rot -t" < nlr gladiolas. : 10)
most In Florida. son welcomed Mr.
any community Mascrve and hi*
iu am, radishes, .tablo"1 and many others-all atari I --I --
After five progreialont, Mrt. Wallace speech was heartily applauded
o? the Grand 1 Ole Opr.\ Doors I "In compiling this suggestion, ,
high h open
,rowing on
I was presentod with first prlft, I Gilb 2rt's All the club, showing their pleasure In
the "we
ku, ""n raised above a level : at T p m. and show starts at 8:15. points out, Mr. Meserve's
I Mrs Roy Rauterson won cut prise, |I Ii have canvassed other towns for entrance Into their
Children under 12 (Me and adults
wh much would harm
i 10 i
the It wee a pretty sight and a I, $1 1.00. tax i mcludidHsws i| and guests the lovely hostesses mementoes gave of the the honor oclaiion. I their plans, have conferred with 1 High: Stationis fellowship
---V---- government and civic leaders end Raulerson reminded tie
JlfI l al l minded man. could see rowsof !i I .
>have conducted other phases of research members that this Is the month for

Ul .flg liars to the there.group Carlton and the began"\:ilstance >- I of Our Boys:;1' A delicious chicken salad course.1 In this fascinating field of Again OpenGilbert the March of Dimes contribution to
and coffee served the fol'owing I
of what he .atd this I I' were to ',man coop aton.! the Infantile paralysis fund, and
wan :
with Mrs. L. M Raulerson : asked that they all In
These green fields were waite I !In Various Camps I .Ir, and Mrs. J, O. Pearce Jr., as tea C. H. Parkerson, manager of Florida C-ulbreth's All Night: Filling \ letting the money for cooperate this very nee.e..at' col.-
lands not many seasons ago Power & Light here, will\ distribute Station and Restaurant is again

Through the years, they had .th"r At Hom8 & Abroad\ guests: copies of the booklet to our open for business in the down stairs ) purpose.
Mrs. J. M. Roe Mrs Nathan Zelmcnoviti
ken perched by dry spells or officials and civic leaders, In an part of the building beside of where J. D. Northwood was the speaker
Mrs J. R. ?Mlnchan Mrs
drowned out by torrents of nun. ..ffort to get the plan started hereon the old place burned. The filling and gave a resume of the aims and
Olan Pearce, Mrs. II. II, Raulerson
Barren earth it was, in short cnv, A letter was received this week a community-wide scale. The station was open for business on purposes of the National Audubon
crossed by game trails and partially from Mack Underhill which wa evidently i Mrs. Kills:: Meserve, Mrs C. S. Cor objective Is real, genuine personal Tuesday while the restaurant did Society, of which he Is the representative
nelius, Mrs G. O. Wallace, :Mrs Roy ,
covered with touch scrub There mailed on hoard ship somewhere Raulerson Mr. Juhn Edwards, and service to the boys when they come not open until last night. in this district. It cameas
was always too much water or not I In the Atlantic. lie was homo The front part of the building has a surprise to most of his listen
headed for the European section of ; the honorees. I era that the society is Interested in
mouth and farming was a grim and : been equipped with new show canes
Mack said in his ---- something besides protecting birds
r.sky business. Every now and the war which are carrying a complete line

then groups of squatters would take letter that it wa. a wonderful eight I I of cigars, cigarettes: and drinks, anda Long ago the society realized that

a whirl at the gamble of planting out there but that he could appreciate I II complete line of Sinclair gas and passing and enforcing legislation for

and if the rainfall was just right, it much more if the ship he was I!I oil, while the back part of the place 'I closed seasons for game birds, ail-

they made a little money !More of on was headed back the other way. Bring Your Cattle and has been furnished with complete time protection for song birds and
the establishment of bird sanctuar-
new restaurant equipment and are
ten than not however, the crops
failed because there was no way toHit Mr. and !Mrs. P. P. Evans receiveda again serving meals Mr, and Mrs ins, was not enough, and It branched

water when it was needed and letter this week from their nep- Calves! to I II Morlse Thomas have again rented water out and Into forest a broitd conservatIon program of This soil,

no protection against heavy rains. hew, James (Jimmie) Prince in the restaurant and are operating it
program Is designed to conserve the
So the problem was to control the which he states that he Is now with as was the case when the old build-

water-to bring It in when the land the United States Army in Germanyand I Ing burned down just before Christ natural resources which form the
essential living conditions for birds,
dried out and drain it off when the getting along fine. In his let. mas. )
soil. got too wet. tl'r he says that after spending, I KINGAN I & CO.BARTOW In remodeling after the fire Mr. as well as people Mr. Northwood.
i coke with particular! emphasis upon
The method by which the problem some tim in that country over .. Culbreth builta small! room on theeast water conservation applies, ", y v .
there I 1 I. to understand 00' side of the building and the as
colorful It why
was solved forms a easy A to this section of Florida and reminded
chapter In the high romance of Flor those people want the United Statesso moved his listeners that the accident .

ida's ever-expanding agriculture. The badly I
of two or three very dry years
s Ing Into that room to make room for
job Will done back in 1938 and early in succession coming on the heel.
the filling station and store that
the next year, good crops grew at :lIra Nancy M Davis has just received ; of the over-drainage here, might
now operates the front.
Indiantown. Key to the operationwas a letter from her son, Cpl. 'I make a second dust bowl of large
Altogether the new change have
the St. Lucie Canal (only Erie Alfred J. (Jackson) Davis from I areas of normally damp lands in
a very attractive place where
and the Panama are larger) which somewhere in England In which he this part of the state. Mr. North-
the customers will
again b* served
supplies the water needed for Irrl- says he Is getting along fine but -VWoman's wood could give only a very sketchy
gation. 16,500 gallons a minute are that he wishes something would I outline of the Audubon aims In the

lUcked from the St. Luoie by a high: happen to Improve the mail serviceto Society short time allotted 'for after-dinner

efficiency turbine pump and dumped the soldiers In that country In speaking in the club hour, but it Is

Into main ditches that thread the his letter he said he had just fin. Held hoped that he will speak again soon

land. The water head Is controlled ished a turkey supper and was then Daily Cash Market Meeting at and go on from where he had to

and maintained at any desired level listening to the Orange Bowl football leave off. since education in conservation
I Church TuesdayAn is vital, and it might as well
throughout a 15-mile system of primary game over the radio. He tent

and feeder canals by sturdy his best wishes to the people of begin at home.

flash boards set in great wooden Okeechobee. Convenient Inspirational atmosphere per Two visitors were present, C. J.

bulkheads. These stout dams are MMBH MMBY Va MB vaded the first meeting of the new Lewis, a Rotarian from Lake Worth

cleaned out every three years and Mitt Marjorie Coker It reported year of the Woman's Society of club, and Fred Wilson Two members

will give good service Indefinitely.On Improving rapidly at the Ft. Christian Service, which Wit held were absent, unexcused The

the other side of the picture, Pierce Hospital where she was carried In the Methodist church an ez Tuesday Rotary Club lays great stress upon

drainage I. also handled by pumps, Tuesday afternoon She was Courteous afternoon, presaging a year of regular attendance, since full attendance .

placed at strategic points, that pull given a blood transfusion there yesterday ,I fruitful work and pleasant companionship encourages enthusiasm and

off the excess water and pour It morning enthusiasm begets accomplishment,

back Into the St. Lucle which, as I I Freceedlng the general meeting, and a Rotarian who must be away

you may know, connects vast Okee way to do It In this part of the 1 the recently drawn circlet met for from hit home club on meeting day

chobee with the St. Lucle River world. Water control In this and No, Shrink organization, and Individual pledget la supposed to attend the meeting of

So that, la brief It the story similar sections mean. a more I 4 were made by their member. the club wherever he nay be, If

which was told while high-wheeled stable economy, Increasing rur,11 I During the business session of the there it a Rotary Club wherever he

tractors astraddle the raised beds, populations, better towns and cities. i general meeting, plans were discussed Is, If you get what we mean. Since

grunted and grumbled up and down In short, h. concluded It deani a No Commission and formulated for development the vitality of any group may be
of the work In 1945. A feature of
the Interminable rows of vegeta more happy and prosperous FlorIda -! < measured by the number of regular
bles. The upshot of the whole matter the afternoon was the impressive attendants at the meetings, It ll

Is one of the finest water con The men clambered back Into the Installation of the new officer of fine to know that Okeechobee Rotary '
trol projects In Florida and one that and WSC8 conducted by the Rev W R. led the state In percentage of
drove the road
can on Up apiece Howell, of the Methodist
operates on the highest land pastor last month.
along lead attendance
: the car stopped and Carlton church
the entire East Coast The visible f
I jumped out. U* walked over to I The program Will In charge ef:
result Is 1,000 acres that blossom a small wire-faced, wooden box Hitting Mrs Tom Casey, who presented a tor and members of the Belle Bennett

Ilk. the proverbial rose. Outsidethe on the ground. Inside the box delightful playlet, "The Open Door" I circle, of which Mrs Casey Is
dykes that enclose
the water there were several gadgets centered CELEBRATING OUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY the parts being taken by Mra. How chalriraM.
control project, the Is
contrast start
around a clock and a scroll This .11, Mrs. Link, Mrs Evans, Mn. Castel I Others present were Mrs H. H.

ling. At far as the eye can tee, contraption was a frost warning and Mrt. D. R. McNeil. Raulerson Mrs. W. B. 'Jennings,

there are only marshes and palmetto thermometer maintained by the U part of "Youth" was portrayed Th'l}I Mrs Harry Elledge, Mrs Omar

patches with an occasional palm or S. Department of Agriculture. Ctrl- Jan Evans. Mrs Casey used at a I Hunt, Mrs. Bryant Bowden Mrs J.
tree standing stark and lonelyeg.inst ton carefully trad tho temperature KINGAN & CO. ""Lord Mrt.
musical background the hymn A. McNeil Mrs. A. H. Amorlne,
sky. chart and ft'nm oj "It's tt.ll: plenty Speak to Me," and the message of W. A. Lawson Mrs. Frank Zander

Carlton tays there are plan. and warm at indlant"wn. for vegetables" the words Wit deepened by the soft Mrs. Wade Snell, Mrs. C. F, Jenkins .

more plant for continued development he chirped. W, ttlud down more notes of the hymn Mrs. Cora E Peters Mrs. C. H.;
of the IndUntown area It'. ,, deeply Into o'lr overcoats and shakily Hostesses for the social hour following Parkerson, Miss Jo Parrlsh Mrt.

plain horse tense, he argues, ,to agreed wl,h m, It vat the Ft. Meade Highway. Bartow the program were Mrs. Proctor Frank Louthan president of the

make waste land fertile and product. coldest Janu-"y morning we hail : and Mrs. Burgess, who were assisted Wesleyan Service Guild, and the

ive and water control It the only ever met up with In South Florida' I I in serving by little Jean Proc Rev. W. R Howell.




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;; I,, an orderly mind, and so It will LOST-One setter pup white and :Mrs. Morris Barnett and little W. P. and L. S. Roper of Winter CARDBOARD for sate at The

( ;jN C\1 please other orderly minds. liver spotted Notify R. S. Mackty, daughter left the first of the week Garden were visitors spending Wednesday Okeechobee News office.

Okeechobee looks like a sloven. Pahokee, Fla, Box 8IJ, er phone for West Palm Beach where they In Okeechobee visiting at the -
Published Every Friday by the Let's make her look like a lady. E32. Reward. Sl-2tp are; spending two weeks with Mr. home of Mr. and Mr. J. II. Walker, Share the advantages of airmail
Okeechobce Newt Co., at Okeeeh- Want to? ,nd Mrs Hope Barnett. Jr. with others-use V-Mall.
bee, Okeechobee County, Florid
:Mrs. G. A. Chalker, of Middle- Mr. and Mrs E. L, Hughes of .- -
BRYANT BOWDEN Editor __ __ .v __,_ -...-
burg, Florida, who has been the Jacksonville will leave for their ,... .
Kntcreil as .....nn" Muss matter July guest of her nieces, Mrs. D. R. and I home tomorrow after spending ten
1. teH lit the Poet Office In Okewlin- ,
bee Fin., under Act of Met 8. t -- and Miss Jo Parrlsh, for the Culbreth
One Year In advance .$200 past ten days, left Tuesday for St. -
Six Months In advance ........ l-JO I I Petersburg where she will visit her Notice to Property Owners of Okeechobee County
: '
In advance in The News
Three Months I sister, Mrs. G. D. Harris Advertise

Artvortliilnff' hllti ere pnreble nil the --. -..--
1st rf pnrh month Parties, unknown to
pnhBehen required.pay_ lin_advance_ TIME TO RENEW YOUR
Reading notliw In local columns, 10
rents a line. Hates for display artverHVnf rSTATEMENT: OF .
furnished on application Clasa
IHeil advertising, 2 cents each word
per Insertion.conducted All Items for regarding profit enterprises are I :
: Homestead
-chargeable-at -advertising-- ---,--rates.- I CONDITIONOKEECHOBEE !' Exemption


I will be at the following places for the purpose of re-

:Marjorie B. Wallace ceiving applications for Homestead Exemption and Tax Returnson

This column Is headed by the I BANK Real Estate, and on all Personal Property, which includes

name of a pest. A stinging pest OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA Horses, Mule's, Cattle, Hogs and Merchandise and etc. I will
hard to ret: rid of a persistent and appreciate ff Property Owners will make a special effort to
when the
aggravating: pest. But
Ged-fly gets after you brother, Organized November It), 1943 meet me.Fort .

you move and quick.
I mean to be Just that sort of a I December 30.1944RESOURCES

peat, and hope that I Ret as promptand Drum Precinct No 1 1-..
certain results. A scort of the

citizens of our town have spoken of I MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, at Postoffice
the article on claan-up time In the %

last News, and have atked me to Loans and Discounts $103,369.29
keep such articles up until, Just to Banking House, Furniture and Bassinger Precinct No. 2 -
cot rid of me, the owners of messy
property do a bit of spring house- Fixtures _. ___....__.....__m... 9,500.00 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, at Postoffice

cleaning. Suits me ta a T. The Overdrafts "n ." ....... NoneU.
Wall are dogs come by their love of S. Government
Potters Precinct No. 3 -
making a fuss quite naturally.So Obligations .. $550,138.29Other .

this la to serve notice that, as Marketable WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, at R. M. Durrance's Place

long as the editor allows me space Bonds .... n.. 24,000.00Cash
cruise around town anduhU.h
I expect my to finding., be they critical and Due from Utopia Precinct No. 5 -

Banks 225,330.23 799,468.52
or In the way of praise, concerning "h m -- .h.
the condition of the town. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, at Upthegrove Store

It now has B 0 and halitosis and Total .- _-.mh......... _h$912,337.81
tattletale gray Inan aggravatedform Precinct No. 6
Eagle Bay -
you must admit. Can't we do LIABILITIES

something about it? Capital Stock ...... "0-''''__' $ 25,000.00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, at the River Bridge

I think we can. Surplus and Undivided Profits .... 15,874.59
In St. Petersburg we used to peel
: Deposits ._.-..- _n' __-_u__ --m.__-- 871,463.22 Okeechobee Precinct No. 7
a Junk yard It was quite franklya -
Junk yard. It didn't pretend to

be anything but a Junk yard. It' Total .-- -.._ .......--....____--.---$912,337.81: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, at City Hall
had no concealing shrubbery, no
fancy arched gate no camouflage
Okeechobee Precinct No 4
of any kind. And It covered several i ,
acres of ground! Yet It was not an I I C. H. McNULTY, president:?
From Jan. 1 to April 1, at my office in the Court House
s eyesore, because the owner thereof X. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pres. R. B. :MESERVE, Viee-Pres. "
knew that a straight line has a certain -

Intrlsnle beauty all Its own and .DIRECTORSR.
that there Is In exact neatnesssome ROBERT LA MARTIN,
B. Meitrve J. M. Roe, St. J. 0. Pearce Allen MarkhamE.
Innate satisfaction to the human County Tax Assessor
mind. M. Meitrv. C. II. McNnlty N. Ray Carroll

The scores of scrapped automobiles
were arranged In straight Phone 15
lines parallel and converging to the
eye In a nice point at the back of o I
the yard. Clean lines separated all 't _____ ___ ____ __ ___u____ ___ _u_____ __ ___ _
the straight lines of racked wheels I --

tires, bins of parts neat heaps of +aaMw eliie,.'

scrap, and all the oddments nativeto

Junk yards. The whole place rave r '
an Impression of mathematical pro-
clalon at. and It was pleasant to leek j I'I' '

A pile of boards Is sometimes

necessary, or a pile of fence
or firewood. If the boards pO'h'l e Radio Stars in Person :
lacked another in
one upon a non
rectangle, the sizes separated the a
ends toeing the mark It Is not nt DIRECT FROM NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ..;
J T4
all an offensive sight. The name ( '
4w j..'
boards flung helter-skelter In a disorderly
heap with the ends stikinc L Presenting t ais
up hither and yon like stiffly I pointing w 4
fingers It Is a decidedly ugly

a sloppy looking eight BILL MONROE' and his : ? .

Fences? Well, now a fence cnn c .,
,, ;F'I' :\
be an addition to any propciu If

the tops of the posts are even tin BLUE GRASS BOYS with
wire stretched tight the port punted Y Y h rFsV
the lines and angles clean and
exact, there Is nothing o'fl'n'I\' '
about a fence. Pardon the JIll 11. If ZEKE CLEMENTS t yma
live stock Is to be enclosed in su< h i $
neatlybuilt fence one can onK' BILL :MONROE CUILEY BRADSIIAW

ask from that the It sidewalk be built so far that enough the away animals t THE DIXIE YODELER, SINGING HIS OWN SONG, "SMO KE ON THE WATER"


nip out of you as you pass by. A STRING BEAN, THE MUSICAL RASCAL
cow at a distance of about one hun
dred feet Is so much better looking 's MIRTHQUAKE

than the same cow rear enough to.mell. r rWnrF

I love cows, but not every : ,F LITTLE SALLY ANN, Musical Song Bird 4et

body term..likes them on such Intimate r s s rrf > CURLEY BRADSHAW, King of the Harmonica

Stores must stack boxes 011 tilde' ; =; And Many Others All Stars from WSM

Granted. But there's no ruin\ that
the boxes must be thrown out of the ,
door to light In fastustic disarray I High SchoolAuditorium Monday, Jan. 29th f\,' ''' "'

Even empty boxes may be with lit OIJEECHOBEE
tIe care put one on top of another. 8:15 P. M. Jt

In a neat stack which makes use of _
that natural satisfaction one takesIn t -

straight lines. Sponsored by The t,

There Is the crux of the whole
matter, the one phrase to remember
straight: lines. Everything that __
must be put out-doors, In plain sightof I TICKETS: $1.00, Tax Included Children, Tax Included, 60c
paisers-by, if It Is arranged In CHUBBY WISE 2EKE CLEMENTS

STRAIGHT LINES, Is not going to I I "Ve"pSr
offend. It will show the Impress of



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Lot 0 soul 12, Blk D, Southern Florida, at his office In the courthouse IN THE cinrriT COURT or THB /! Oketrbobee, Okeechobee County, Flor-
L Pines S/D of Hold County at Okeechobee "NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or da, tills 28tb day of December, 1A44.
PASS TH'AMMUNITION L"t 10, H 10 ft of Lot 11 and all Florida, within eight calendar mouths .'1.01110.IS AND FOR OKEBC1IOBEE ,
Lot 13. Blk. 10 South Okee from the time of be first publication COUNTY IV CHANCERY (Circuit Court Seal)
chobee of (his notice Each claim or demand CASE NO. 918 ROY R. RAULERSON
FOLKS I.nt A,' Ulk. 11 Wrlghfl First Addition I shall be In writing and shall stele Carrie Kendle Reed, i Clerk Circuit Court
the place nf resilience and post office Plaintiff Okeechobee County, KlnrliU
Lot 0, nik. 207, City of Okeecho- I address of the claimant and shall be |. I i I By Sophroila 1'...., D. C
hoeLots I sworn to b> the claimant agent or George N Reed I T. W. Conely Jr
SAM1.A01rT1 7 to 12 Inc.IUk. 107 City of utorney and any such claim or demand I Defendant Solicitor for PUlatlffELECTRICAL
OkeoehobeeLots not so filed shall be void. Dee :9D4t
r 1. 2. 3 and 0 to 10 Inc. Blk. I MRS. SUSIE: : All It II EXIUS, I ORDER TO APPEAR
B Southern Pines S/D As executor nf this I I.Rlt111 and
Lots 1 to 18 time, Blk 0, Southwest Testament of THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Addition Albert F. Arrhenlus deceased To GEORGE W. REED Address UN-
First publication January 19 1943. known.It .
'fIIl'MTF.F.M op THE' IXTF.nS,
hereby ordered that are
1MPUOVI;MEN: 'r FI'M) OP 'fullS'1'A'l'U you
required to appear on the 5th day of
February 1943, before the above
m nn 1 a .Aar nO\III) OP ('O\I\I1I complaint
I : DRAINAGE Pursuant to Section 15 (I), Chapter filed against In the Ion
DISTRICT 20niS, Laws of .Florida Acts of 1941. titled cause and yon the Okeechobee NewsIs en. I, P. P. EVANSHOUSE
R. Raulerion for Trustees
By Roy Agent and Sect Kin 07 Chapter 11717. Lawsof
hereby designated ai the newspaper
of the Internal Improvement ,
Florida Acts of 11)31 us amended I
In which this order shall he
Fund and for Board of Conimmliloneri
bv Section 11, Chapter 20638 laws of
of Everglades 1> Florida Acts of 1941 null also pur. published, once a week for four ((4)) I WIRING
District Ukeecbohee County client to Section 4J. Chapter consecutive weeka .
l Idn. ro"a"I'' Laws of Florida Aria of 1941.0722'1 WITNESS, the Honorable A. 0
.. I
I: ,
-- -- --- amended hv Section 19 Chapter miiier ai Judge this Court and
NOTICE Laws of Florida' Acts of 1943. and the Seal of this Court In the City of I
TlllahAloep Florida Action 41. Chapter 20722. Laws of
January 12th, 1043 Florida Acts of 1941 as amended hv
NOTICE li hereby given that Section 21, Chapter, 22079. Laws ot
I the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Florida Acts o1041., the following I
Fund of the State of described lands In Okeecbobce County
point value chart, Butler said Can 'Inrhll.11\ offer for sale to bold Florida teeth:
Weekly DigestOf ned orange juice continues ration- I to, the Florida highest It 12 bidder o'clock at NOON Tallahassee Lots Oki>e 4<.,bubee 8 and (ft I. Blk. 8, South I ForMAXIMUM

Lot 11. except S 10 ft, Blk. 10,
free, ho pointed out. Februnrv 20th. 1045, the following
I .erlhed; land In OKEEC110BEE South (OkcwhnhMI I
Rationing t i i de 14 !Ilk. 4, Southern Pines SDLots I RESULTS
NOTICKOKKECIIOBEB I COUNTY"I'nsurvi-jed: port of Section 0. 7, S. 0, 19 and 29, Blk. 200 I
: C'NTFt.ORIDA., 33 City of okeerhobeeLot
31 South Range
News From OPARation Jaimnry 19 11>>"!. 1 Township F.oot. lying North of the Rightof 1, Ulk: 217, City of Okeecho. i
NOTICE ii IIEKFBY OIVEN thatpursuant .Wny of Eagle Bay Drainage bee Feed.
I'tttW Lots 19 and 20, Blk. 0, Southwest
to Section I 0 of Chapter l'lorlrt Levee. containing an eitlmnteil -
limn of Florida, Ant of 11)17.: known area of 128.M acres Addition
as the MUKPHV ACT. and In pll rill- In Lot 5. Blk 3, First Addition to
THIS NOTICE I la published compliance
Calend---r;: Week of Jan 1 once of Chapter 20 bin .UK of 1041. known on the EVE I!- .711110. Florida Statutes 1941 ntE'/ Sec 13: Twp 37 ,
the following described Inml sltulltA.1In IMPKOVF'MEXT JUND of the Lot. 21 nnd 22, Blk. 200 City of I
Foods: Blue X-6 Y-5, Evergladis Drainage District. In okeec-holn-e >
Okeechoni-e C""UtI'Inrl'a.' will be suite of Florida reserve the right toreject Will be offered 1 fur sale
F-2 ; < at publle
B-2. D-2 and nil bids
2-b, A-2. offered for sale it public outcrv for any outcry for I he highest and best cashbid.
and G-2 (Book 4) now valid at 10 the highest and beet cash hid iiibject I HV OHPiil of the Tnntees Fund of of this the subject to the right of the Hoardof "
to the right of the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Cr..nnilssoiiers! of Kverslud'. Plain N
points each. Internal Improvement Fund and nf the 1 State of Florida! age IVstrlit aid/or Board of I'cunlvCnniimhMoi
Hoard of rnmmUiiloiicrs or .: I Mlllard F. (Caldwell Governor 'erh of OUcechohec '\ uutv,
Meats and Fats: Red Q-B R-5, v"r"lntl".1 I'. ('. Elliot. Secretary
Drainage District to reject I I'lurMn: (lo rclf-t any and all Mils nt
S-b, T-b, U-b, V-5 W-5 and X-B all hid, fit the Courthouse. beginning Trustees I. I. Fund the Couithoiue. 1 beginning at 1000 U IN
nt in:(IMI o'clock A.i, on the 19th day o'clock A. M on the 10th day nf Fobi 5
(Book 4) now valid at 10 points of Fclirunrjr. 194'J As to all parccli I I NOTICE: TO CHFH1TOK9 i'linn'. l"I H. Kasnnciit for drainage '
of Inml' if ten acres nr more title to (1011 T'.nhnt.rt, Sees. 119 I"O) slid' reclamation and, rand purpnin HA1M
each for use with tokens. one.)hnlf of ,petroleum and l three.fntirths ,. \l11111: tofKT UK 'llin. (OI'NTT will he reserved mid flftv percent'
No. 31 now nf other mineral ,,11I",' reserved bv jrniiK. oKrErnonun; COUNTY. ( .0'- ) of nil oil gas and' mineral
Sugar Sugar stump
: 1',""t'e. of the Internal Improvement I I rioitmi. I'HOn.\\'FJ. rights will also he tesorved.' ,
valid, for five pounds. Fund rnienienti fur. road rlirht of In re : Tutnte of ) novitu or) ('O\I\Io1 JOSr.ne IIII i
way JflO feet wide will he reserved h, Mhert P. Arrhrnlus) -' r\KIIULAii: DItAI.tGii.li1
Shoes: Airplane stamps No.1, mid nistcci from am parcel through Deceased 9'iiIi'V I
valid. which there la tin existing state Mad! To All Creditors nnd Persons Hating nit |
and No. 3
No. 2 now anti oniioniont for urn lungo and reclnmntloii rinlnm or Deninudi. Against Said! IH\II 01"'X"Y 'lM
Fuel Oil: Period 4 and 5 coupons nnd fur rend purposes will lie 1'stnte."ii: : VM" KIMIIN:; : OK Oil::*'Ii') i
roneni'd! 'tlllil fifty p'reellt (CVKM: nf V mutt tacit of you are hereby 1:1:1: : < 01\ I'\ M oiai>.\. I i
from last season and Period 1, 2 nil nil gnu and mini.nil rights nil I ,tlf'nil' ..' retired ,u present nIn "" I'" IIOY!( II It tT'Lii'SON.:; WILSON'S FARMER SUPPLY CP.Phone
I season be rescued by the linird, nf f'otnmln ".' t. ,Ui, ,,ds :iteli 'II, 11 tli "in 'on .,CI I .
and 3 coupons for current loners! of inlnatfc DIs .
fXerglndea I Ither of \nii mar lime against the O'a"'IIlIr "wattle Florid
now valid at 10 gallons each trlitInu'. L ei i"It.' of Albert I' Arrhonliis. do- is ,ir! "nt tni s Ihl) Hniirds' : 104
I nnd 5, Elk E, Southern r ""i"<'il. Into nf said,, I'oitntt. t" the By S iphroulu Tense
Casollne: A-14 coupons arc valid Pines S/D )'nilnt.\ Judge of Oketihoboe Count : Deputy Clerk j

through :March 21. 1943. Rationing _.
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rules now require that each car

owner write his license number and
j state on each coupon In his possession

I as soon as It Is Issued him by

his local rationing board.

I Restoration of point values to ,

canned grapefruit Juice and grape NOTICE !
fruit-orange Juice combinations was I Ij -

j necessary to provide equitable distribution I

of available stocks, Chaun- I

cey Butler, OPA district director at

1 Jacksonville said. The action was
.. taken at the same time that the War ALL CONSUMERS

Food Administration
I froze sales of
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these juIces by canners for an Indefinite

requirements period until are Increased met. military OF FLORIDA POWER LIGHjl CO. t

Point values for the newrationedcitrus

juices are the same weight ,

for weight as those listed for blend. By order of the War Production Board, we arc hereby notifying each and every

ed vegetable juices on the current person to whom we supply electricity of the terms of Utilities Order U-9. J

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"4500.61 Utilities Order U9. ', : ) Outdoor sign lighting except foi : <-ont iders that compliance will endanger

Gilbert Theatre (a) PURPOSE OF THIS ORDER. War rtquirenienU (i) Directional or identification signrequired :- PUI theutlhh District or safely Office may appeal for
of War
have created a shortage in tin I for Tire and police protection !! the
Production Hoard for the
supply of coal and other fuels. The purpose traffic control, transportation area which I

FRIDAY & 'SA SATURDAY of this order is to save fuels used in terminals I or hospitals I ; or directional I the consumer i' located, Kef t U9.f .

the generation of electricity Ly prohibiting or identification signs for any similar ( ) NOTICES. (1) Every electric supplier

certain unnecessary uecs of electricity essential public services the lighting shall, as soon as practicable) ) notify by

CHESTER MORRIS and of which is specifically certified to be publication or otherwise all person to

(b) DEFIMIIONS.: : For the purpose of tills i necessary by local public authority. whom it supplies electricity for uses prohibited ..-
order Certification shall be made in writing/ by this order of the terms hereof

in- (1) "Person" means any individual to the arProprllalel electric supplier (2) If any electric supplier hay )knowledge
Gamblers Choice"and \ partnership association, business trust, form any particular of a violation of this order by a .

corporation political subdivision, governmental ; person to whom it supplies electricity,

agency or corporation or any (ii) Directional or identification it shall inform the person of the viola

RED BARRY organized group of persons whether incorporated signs lifting not more than 60 watts tion. If the violation i 104 continued the

or not. per establishment, for doctors and electric supplier shall notify the perron

In- for hotel', and other public lodglnt in writing of the specific terms of the
(2) "Electric Supplier" means any person establishment, order uliuli apply and of the penalticeprescribed
who transmit or C H+-
"Fugitive I for violation and shall mail
tributes electricity. (d) EXLMP110.N3.; (1) electric .
sup.plier a copy of the notice to the District Ollice t tc

Sonora"AlH.it ( ) PROHIBITED USES. No person shall who consider thai compliance with of the War Production Board for thearea h
this order by the persons whom it supplies! in which the
use electricity for any of the fallowing consumer i is located
directly and hutu."t.tltIll not Kef, i U.9.consumption .
NEWS and CARTOON: purposes of rual or other scarce fuels .
(1) Outdoor advertising and outdoor may apply for exemption for the area it (g'IOL.1'1'IONti.: If the \\ ar Production .

promotional lighting. serves to the Office of War Utilities, War Hoard determines that any person is ininfjelectricity ;

SUNDAY & MONDAY Production Board, Washington 25, D. C. in violation of this order 11"'
(2) Outdoor display lighting except Ref.j U-9. may direct the electric supplier serving .-
where necessary for the conduct of thebusiness such person to disconnect service and prescribe

DON AMECHE and of outdoor establishments. (2) The War Production Board ma the conditions under which service !

EDWARDSIn (3) Outdoor decorative and outdoor from time to time Issue directions exempting may be reconnected. In addition, any

DANA I ornamental lighting. designated; areas from this person who'0ilfuiiy violates any provision
order if it finds that compliance within of this order or who in connection with
(4) Show window lighting except where such ureas will not reduce the
consumption this order wilfully conceals a material factor
:'Wing and a PrayerAlso necessary for interior illumination. of coal or other scarce fuels in furnishes!! false information to any department

(5) Marquee lighting in excess of 60 accordance with the purpose of this or agency of the United Stales

: COMEDY and NEWS watts for each marquee. order is guilty of a crime and upon conviction

\ (6) White way street lighting in excess (e) APPEALS. Any person affected by may be p' i iihcd by fine or imprisonment.!!

of the amount determined by local this order vtho considers that compliance (h) EtrLL'l: ; 1\1 i,: DAIi: The effective dale

C>>fS ON I I public authority to lie necessary for with Ibis order will work an exceptional of paragraph (e) of this order shall be

I public safety. or unreasonable l ardghip on him or who February 1, 1915.:

Issued this 15th: day of January 1915:




"GREENWICH VILLAGE" I I Retarding Secretory" ;

Dated this 22nd day of January, 1915. ..

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