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: October 26, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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).
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Volume 31-Number 18 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, October 26, 1945' Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Randall Dale C.Fulford Snodgrass Replaces At RESOLUTION; Roy R. Raulerson Passes Away Last

Service Menthe U. S. S. C. Cattle Project Sunday Morning After Short Illness

I WHEREAS, under the provisions of OrdinanceNo. ;

World OverGene replaced Randall Dale E Fulford C. Snodgrast'has recently at the 216 this Council has levied a utility tax for the Funeral Services Were Held Tuesday

I cattle project of the United States purpose of obtaining funds for operation of the City, -

Ralford arrived horn Wed 'I Sugar Corporation Mr. Snodgrass Government ; andWHEREAS : Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk of the

after having been having resigned to re-enter the THE GADFLYBy Circuit Court died
nesdav morn ling at the Fbrt
it is the opinion of the members of j
discharged at Camp Blanding Tuesday j I University of Florida to completehis Pierce hospital Sunday morning at

It* ipent 28 months oversea studies as a veterinarian. this Council that it will be to the best interest of said I I MARJORIE B. WALLACEThe 1 o'clock after an illness of a week.

In England, France Belgium and !I Fulford graduated from the University His death was caused from stomach
City for funds obtained from said taxes to be used to
Germany. Gene says It I I. mighty of Florida with a B.S. degree I I death of Roy Raulerson ulcers.

good to be back home. In agriculture and majored In improve, the streets and parks of said City, and the shocked, sobered and saddened He was taken sick at the court

animal husbandry. He has lived for Council having given due consideration, NOW, Okeechobee as no other event In house on Monday morning of last

Mr. and Mrs Purmel Hargravei I many jears In Okeechobee, the son THEREFORE I years has done. Why week and when he failed to get

left Tutiday for their home In of C. A. Fulford, for several years It Isn't enough to say that he was better he was carried to the hospital

Arkansas after pending two weeks I.I. county agent, of Okeechobee county. BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the known respected and loved by old that afternon where It was

hero with hit parents, Mr. and I IMn. lIe graduated from high school City of Okeechobee, Florida, that all funds realized and young, a fine young man, takenin thought at first he was Improvinguntil
W. B. Hargravet. there and finished at Florida University his prime suddenly out of a useful Friday morning when he
In 1939. After graduationhe I I from the said utility tax be deposited in a special account full life, which he had shared I was much worse. The doctors resorted -

Paul Wongrey returned to his worked at the range cattle experimental I I and be used solely for the improvement of with all the rest of Okeechobee for to blood transfusions beginning

home here the first of the week station at Ona as assistant all'of the 38 years of his existence Friday morning but his condition
streets and parks in said City.
after having been discharged from husbandman under Dr.V.. These facts are true, but they In I continued to' grow worse until

the army at Camp Blanding last G, Kirk. lie also served as tempo. PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular adjourned themselves would not entirely account the end came Sunday morning.

', ..k. Paul has been in India for rary county agent In Charlottecounty I session this'18th day of October, A. D. 1945. for the deep outraged, al.1 Mr. Raulerson was elected to the
the past two years and says it Is and the remainder of the most terrified sense of loss felt office of Clerk of the Circuit Court
mighty good to be out of the army time has been associated with his I CITY OF OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDABy the entire community. It goes: beyond j|i In the elections held in 1940 for a

once more. father on his cattle ranch near I Hugh Chandler, President I personal feeling to something I!I: four yea term. He was re-elected

Okeechobee.The more fundamental, more universal. last year for another four year
Albert Blum returned to Okee- practical experience and From the time when as little I term without opposition.

chobee this week after having knowledge gained of local. condition ATTEST : LORENA PEARCE, City Clerk children, we get a dim Idea of the :I'i He was born In Okeechobee on

served In the Merchant Marine. for with regard to cattle operations Approved by me this 18th day of October, A. D. meaning of death, until we .our December 3, 1906, and would have

the past 12 years He is visitinghie will prove of considerable I selves meet him face to face: we I I been 39 years old this December.

parents, Mr. and Mrs Barney benefit in hie new connection 1945. are building every hour, every I He graduated from the Okeechobee

Blum. I Ivwiston News ( Corporate Seal) H. H. RAULERSON, MayorAIUBU minute, our defenses against him. High School and later attended the

s I It is not our own dissolution (we John B. Stetson University at De-

Itri. Emma Quarles receded a fear-most of us contemplate that Land. He was vice-president of the

Utter this past week from her husband i Weekly Roundup n : withIn Indifference bordering on Okeechobee Rotary Club and was

Cpl. Lum D. Quarles, and he .94 r "ulu I bravado-but we throw up bulwarks active In welfare work In Okeechobee. -

states that he has been transferredfrom of OPA Price And ; V Uf V--J' 1JOW of religious faith, fortressesof .

Oregon to Camp Pukcttu,, I rationalization, against an unbearable -
He is survived
by hit wife, Mrs.
where they are converting another grief in losing those we
Rationing News Mabel Parker Raulerson, two chil-
I : elauJe fJ love. We bolster with
Into an Army Separation our strategy
Dispensary ,eW .I: h dren, Joe, 4, and Mary Jane, 8;
Camp. Cpl. Quarles has been philosophy, acceptance of Inevitability -
three brothers, H. U of
| Raujerson
transferred .several times and' In I Ration ('a 1--::; for w,>ek.of. lane and Intelligent belief in Okeechobee, Maj. Charles 'L. Raul
each the was to ultimate and omnipresent good In
ease purpose October 22, 1945:
I erson, stationed at Dayton, 0., and
h.lp change a dispensary Into a''' Meats and Fats: Red Stamps-- pounds the absolute ruler of Saudi order that we' shall not be utterly I L M Raulerson of Okeechobee.

separation camp. I Al, Bl, Cl, Dl E-now valid-expire i When I wrote last I was on the Arabia, is one of the colorful men destroyed by pain when those who and three sisters, Mrs Beaulah

October 31: Fl, Gl, HI, Jl, Kl way to Damascus Between Beirut of the world. Hit camp consisted of are the very core of our hearts pass Pittt of Okeechobee, Mr. Mildred

Another local boy Is home with I -now valid-expire November 30; and Damascus our Minister and I some twenty tents where he carrieson on. Bass, of Avert Park and Mrs FredL.

an Honorable Discharge from the Li. Ml, M. PI Ql-now valid-ex- I stopped to visit the ruins of the his work In the day and where We make our defenses. doubly Proctor of Greensboro, N. C.

tnited States Army. Edward Ray I| pine December 31; Rl, SI, Tl, Ul, temples of Baalbek built by the ,I his ministers, attendants and servo strong around the child, a the old, Funeral services were conducted

Baas Tech. Set, son of Mrs Angle VI-now valid-expire January 31. Greeks when they dominated that ants live, and a dozen additionaltents the frail and ill, and the soldier, nt the Methodist Church
... Tuesday
__ Bus landed ('n .jtBoiton port the// $uirari Sugar Stamp No. 38 now part 'of the world some two hundred about a mile away where the and frequently these defenses hold. afternoon at 8 o'clock with Rev

14th received his discharge at \alid-explres December 31. year-befor. CrrT t."Thts"'was'|'''K lll'blf wiveinU his h'tWhold! We *ay the, hl}l.,w-ns taken, yet 1 W. R. Howell, pastor of the.church .
Blending last Sunday and arrivedin Shoes Airplane Stamps :-0. 1, one of the seven wonders of the ancient I live. Saudi Arsoia has one of the but who knows how much 'pain and :assisted *
by Rev. M. R. Myer, form'
Okeechobee Monday morning. No 2, No. 3, No 4-now good. world. Here the great em- largest reserves of oil In the world. sorrow he was spared by an early I er pastor, officiating. After the

Ray enlisted In the Army and \ perors of Rome, when Rome dominated \ Its estimated quantity almost equals escape from the trials! of life? We services at the church the body

was Inducted Into the service at LID ON AUTO REPAIRS the country, stopped to wori that of the United States. All the say, when a feeble old man or wom laid
I '' was to rest In the Okeechobee
Blanding on January 29, 1942. nel J. Definite limits In the amount of I ship. There are still standing six concessions for ,the development of an or a patient sufferer goes on, cemetery with the Yates Funeral

received his training at Fort Eus- \ time which may be charged for the I huge columns out of the more than the Saudi Arabian oil fields are that It Is, after .ull. f. blessed release Home of Fort Pierce In charge. '

tU, Virginia, and Camp Davis, 56 most common automotive repair fifty which once supported the ten I held by American companies. Our from suffering: and weakness.In The active pall bearers were

North Carolina, and left for over- [ jobs now bring these operation I pie of Jupiter, each over seventy military and naval people consider the wide-spread sorrow of war Carl Durrance Fred Montsdeoca,

seas duty October 22, 1943. He landed under actual dollars and cents Gelling feet high. Some of the foundation this oil field vital to our own security time losses, we retreat behind the
R. A.
Burgess, C. E. Drawdy and
In Wales and was there about \ prices Dr. James S. Thomas, stones of the temple weigh over and defense In the future. strong defense of patriotism) we W. D. Coker, and Tollle Bass of

a month and then moved to Eng- I OPA District Director in Miami seven hundred tons. We still marvelat I arrived Monday afternoon and say that, hard and bitter thoughthe Fort Pierce '

land where training was continued || announced today. how these huge stones in that left Wednesday morning thereby bereavement and grievous to The honorary pall bearers were
until time for the invasion of Eu- day could be hewn out of the mountains bear, we gave the boy to his country -
(I.{ Dr. Thomas pointed out that the conforming to the Arab custom thata S. R. Raifsnlder, 0. J. Chapman, B.
rope. He was with Headquarters430th | charges for these operations must and moved Into their places. guest should stay three days. I -this America, so much bigger, C. Swain, W F. Walker, T. W. Conely -

Antiaircraft Battalion as i I not exceed the amount obtained Damascus, an oasis nourished by was comfortably housed In a tent I so much more important, than our. Jr., B. K. Padgett, Gibb Gross,

Communications Chief supervising i I from multiplying the authorized I' two rivers (which we would call about eighteen feet by eighteen own little lives. J. 0. Wolff, S. M. Swain Robert

a section of eleven technical work- I hourly rate by the time limit sped- streams in our country,) Is probably feet witPersian! rugs on the Against being hurt by death beyond LaMartin, C. M. Williams, F. M.

ers In Installation\ maintenance, I tied In the regulation for such an the oldest existing city In the ground, and had nearby a tent din our strength to>> endure, we Mobley, J. 0. Pearce, N. 0. Stewart
of telephony! lines, build the defense which
and meets our
ing room. On Tuesday afternoon .
operation. world. Here you see the Church ofAntinia. T. H Vickers, Bryant Bowden, J.
and equipment as well I own need. The child visualizes
switchboards a
According to Dr. Thomas the ., one of the oldest Chris- the King gave a banquet for me, R. Edwards, Nathan ZelmenovitJ,
as radio sending and receiving I regulation also requires that repair tian churches, where Antlnlas heal- having present fifteen of his sons heaven framed In pink clouds. The E. H. Hunt, J. H. McCranle, JudgeA.

onuinment. They served In England- shopt give the customer an invoice.This ed Saul who was blinded on the and many of his advisers On each Christian rests on the promises of 0. Kanner and Thad Carlton
France: Belgium, Holland\ Germany God. Even the unrellgioos adult
of four
high platters the table
makes possible for the first on I
I to Damascus. You also see the place
and Luxembourg. He has the I senses some continuity of spirit
Bronze Star Medal Good Conduct'Medal '' time a means by which the custom. where later Saul, then converted, there could was a half of a sheep and you and character in the hereafter, and Notice to Parentsof
hardly imagine table
er may determine the correctness was let down from the walls of Da a so School Children
and four battle stars. hopes passionately that recognitionwill
laden with foods The neither
of for automotive repair King
mascus to begin his great ministry.In I
be a of It. If these barriers -
Ray says there Is nothing as work he added. drinks nor smokes and eats little part
being the Great Mosque of Damascus, of belief are Next week you will receive from
rood as this feeling of Just besides goat's milk and cheese. He enough
home. It It contemplated he continued, over twelve hundred years old, you we find that bit of comfortinghelp your child a slip In regard to Immunization -
has four wives is
permitted by
that "other standard are shown what Is said to be a wellat behind them which means that for diphtheria, typhoidand
Moslem law
will be added to the operation."I which John the Baptist drank, altogether has our have small pox. If wish
sorely wounded you
13th Armored Division, Camp been married one hundred times In enemy may your
Cooke, California-Special to Okee- to make the control of and his sepulcher Nearby Is the his sixty-three us, but that we are not routed, children to have these Innocula-
Chobee News-S-Sgt. Charles F. automotive repairs still\ more effec tomb of Salahaddin (Saladin) one years. The King not completely beaten. tlons sign the slip and return to
rules his with
country a
Wilson of Okeechobee has received ,tive. II I of the great Arab conquerors who hand. I am told If anyone steals, But when death breaches our your teacher as there will be ngInnoculationt
lived In the twelfth century.
fortress walls and takes given without the
his discharge from the United I his hand Ie cut off; If he steals a a person
States Army at the Camp Cooke, I CEILINGS OFF Our Minister and I had several second time his foot Is cut off; the for whose loss we can find no signed slip
Separation Center. S-Sgt. I. Sauerkraut, both canned and reason, no excuse, no>> motive, design DR. JAMES H. WELLS
California talks with the President of Syria third time his head Is gone.-Accordingly
bulk' appearing on the grocery
Wilson was a member of the 13th )I the Prime Minister and the Minister nowhere In the world are life rational purpose or righteousness PEASE
which shelves this year are now exempt we are forced to realize that MRS. 'SAPHROMA,,
Division (Black )
of Finance about iratters of and property so>> secure against the
from price control Harold H. Mar to of APPOINTED ACTING CLERK
General George S. every one us may come the
fought under friendship and commerce betweenthe wrong doer as In the King's realm.
tin, District Price Executive In MIami same ruthless, blind UNTIL CLERK IS APPOINTED
Fatten In Germany. The Black Cat I United States and Syria. The The King and I had five different destroying,
tankmen captured more than 20,000 today. Syrians are struggling for their conferences during my visit. All unreasoning enemy-and against
Ceiling prices on white potatoes death for which can' find Mrs S Saphronia Pease was
In the fightingIn we no appointed
German prisoners complete independence from the were about International affairs,
will also continue to>> be suspendedfor II :
slightest amelioration have Acting Clerk of the Circuit
additional we no
and took an
Ruhr '
25 French to whom they were man- chiefly matters pertaining to>> the
Its spearhead drive the period beginning adequate weapon or armor Beyondthe Court Tuesday to act until such:
19,000 during dated after the last war. We and relation. between Saudi Arabia and
In the and ending December 5, 1945, he personal loss of a man who time as the Governor appoints I
through Bavaria and Austria. Russia have recognized their 'nde- the United States. The King Is a
closing days of the European war, explained.Mr. pendence. I very wlseman. lie was very devotedto had, himself, everything to live for, successor to the late Roy R, Raul
Martin out that exemption
Hitler'i birthplace pointed and everything to give to his community erson. Her appointment was made
the 13th captured From Damascus I flew to Jidda, President Roosevelt whom hemet
city of Braunau, Austria and of controls>> on these commodities far south of the Red Sea, and thento you remember, In the Red Sea and family by living, we by Circuit Judge A. 0. Kanner of

liberated 14,000 Allied prisoners of does not In any way Impairthe the camp of King Ibn Saud of after Yalta. The President gave him are shaken and appalled to find Stuart. Mrs. Pease has been Deputy

war. The 13th Armored Division was transition to peacetime control economynor with Saudi Arabia a tenf city near Taif. an airplane, In which he has ridden that our defenses against death Clerk under Mr. Raulerson for the
the effective price
In the process of being redeployedto commodities. The King Ibn Saud, a huge man about only once, but of which he ls very are so much tissue paper past four yeall.Subscribe .
the Pacific for action In the respect to. other six feet four inches tall and weighing proud I think that It the reason why,'
I estimated 1945 crop of cabbage
scheduled Invasion of Japan when f two hundred and twenty (Continued on Page Two) .(Continued on page Two) to The News
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USED CAR TRANSFERS the first thing he does every mornIng U. S. S. C At Clewiston declared Clarence R. Bitting, president Malaria
of the United States Sugar
JNclusPublished Sellers of used care, rather than Ii thoroughly to go over world I Expects Largest Sugar
the purchasers, are now required to news. Beside him as he sits In his Years Corporation, largest single cane CHECKED DJ 7 DAYS WITH.LIQUID .

Every Friday by tie file certificates of transfer with sock feet In his ornamental chair, Crops In Many producer on the continent.The for .
Okeechobei News Co., it Okeeehe- the War Price and Rationing Boards with Persian rugs stretched over company'i 12 plantation, extending MALARIAL
tee, Okeeehobee County, Florida Director Dr. James S. Thomas laid the ground, Is a telephone. He rules Clewiston, Oct. 21-Good news tome 52 tiles around the 6 6 6 SYMPTOMS dlrecUA
for the tuition's well-scraped auger Take only I as
BRYANT BOWDEN A......... Editor today In Miami. a great land and a strong fearless bowli comes this week from the southern shore of Lake Okeechobee,
Today's action relieves the purchaser people. One side of him U the desert I will start cane moving from 80,000 NtED OF
rich Everglades cane land Promise WHEN: IN
Entered si -ond rinse matter Jn1y of the necessity of makinga warrior, and the oriental monarch: acres this week Grinding operations
of one of the largest sugar crops HOUSE WIRING
beeDtFtn' the Poet Office'In' Ok "'" trip to his ration board, Dr. the other tide Is the modern ruler both for company produceand
nnder Act of Mir. 8 ,: in many years.Indications AND
Thoi.iss added. the that of independent growers
modern Instruments
I using I are that the bumper Repair Work
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: When gasoline was rationed, oil do. I will be conducted on a 'round-the- Electrical
On Year In advance .. ...... .UOO htl of one of the largest harvest, scheduled to get under way
Six Months In advance ... ..... 1.00 explained, it was necessary for the I j mains In the world. I this week, would provide a one- clock schedule until the close of CallHUDSON
Three Months In advance ..... .75 purchaser of an automobile to make the harvest.
I a trip to his rationing board to obtain There Is the tender side too, for month supply for every person In BURR
I evening as the United Statu.I In addition to raw sugar, the I
dinner Tuesday
a gasoline: ration book. At the after
B. flln, notices In local <>'nm"wits 18 I "Only the September hurricane 'glades will provide upwardsof
living crop
III.p1.' .lIn' timu, filed sat In the large tent
for we
a line. Retra same purchaser a pur.l'huser' ] Phone 202
applicatio.tftl Clase Kept th,' crop from setting an all- 5,000,000 gallons of black strap
tluing furnished on word statement denoting the room, he had a little' ten year old 1 1I I I
\ udortUlnr 1 cent. time record for the Everglades," i mo'assei.' ALL WORK GUARANTEEDA
regarding *nUrprlpfi In. She was a
Ins-Mlon. All items price he paid for the car. daughter brought
for profit are I
eondnrfert He took her In I
enargritite it advertising ritee.Mll pretty little girl. -'

VERY TRULY YOURS his arms and said, "Our princess, _- _._,_ ._,-- ,,- -.- -.- y ....,-.-,..,..----.-, .- -.y ,-"' ,-'.
we love her very much. She kissed
psyehle 011 tile I
let A".rth'nl'of Men month. Pirtln are *_ Ie (Continued from Page One) him. Then he looked up and In a Fitting Tribute to the Memory of Our Great Wartime Leader .
r-ntiHineri reqnlred top 7 In idvince. voice that everyone in the room
When I left, the King gave me her The Purchase of the
could hear, said "And
two elaborate Arab costumes, one "
mother very much, too. I
NewsContinued for summer and one for winter, a
Rationing On Wednesday I flew back to
wrist watch with his name engrave \ New BondFACTS
Cairo and Tuesday morning cameon $200 Victory
ed on It, a beautiful jewel and
the plane here to Ankara.
( from Pin OM) encrusted dagger, and an auto.I I .

should maintain the present retail graphed photograph- Here at Ankara our able Ambassador Honor the Man Who Brought Us to
Here tea a man who hit AND FIGURES ABOUT THE
level) sauerkraut during
price on Is Mr. Edwin C. Wilson, of
built 'his Kingdom largely by hit the Threshold of1. Victory!
he explained.
the coming year Palatka, Florida, who Ii one of our NEW VICTORY BOND
Mr. Martin added that at anytime own fighting strength and courage, most eminent diplomats, and of "
during the suspension periodof who .t heart lj itlll the nopiad of whom we In Florida .are very proud.We 1 The new Victory Bond Ii one denomination A prized addition to your collection
the ,desert who likes to only, Maturity Value
controls on white potatoes, ceiling get away
Minister of Finance.
the memorialbond
saw -ten yean from the date of Issue -a special Roosevelt
be restored. If no from his palaces and live In a tent
: prices may
Today the President of the National $200 Purchase, $150.
action ii taken, potatoes will automatically I camp far removed from any settle Assembly gave: a luncheon for us, 2 This' Bond, like all Victory Bonds, that will help furnish our country -
return to price control ment. Yet he has an effective radio and this afternoon I lee President Ii Seriel "E" issued under thi au-

beginning December 6. J system throughout his country andre Inonu. Turkey Is the most modernized thority of the Second Liberty and its returning veterans the
-.--- Loan Act. It bears Interest at the
of the countries In the Middle
.. rate of i.9- promised. Our
r- I very things Victory
East Women have equal rights with 3 The Memorial Bond bean a

where men and there are sixteen women handsome, engraved likeness of job is to bring our men home-care
From I
sit Joe Marsh .
members of the National Assembly.The Franklin D. Roosevelt with suitable

alphabet has been modernized, inscription for the wounded 1 rehabilitate the
4 This Bond Ii obtainable at ,
Tw the church it leparated from the

"There ought to be '. state and there is complete religious may Issuing be: agent.converted In an emergency to cash: as It veterans and clear 1 the decks for the

freedom. They are developing readily as War Bonds.
., their educational system very, ways of peace.
a law! :'""*w y +
rapidly, they are sending missionsto .
the United States in an effort to
Every now and then, when I mittee raising the bugaboo of
work out satisfactory arrangement
run out of news for the Clarion, Prohibition. Okeechobee Bank
for to assist them in their County
ua program
I print items about what hap Same old cry down through
pened Fifty Years Ago in Our the years: "There ought to be a for the industrialization of
Town. May be a lazy man's way law!! Same old desire of on. their country. Here you get .back OFFICERS
of filling space, but it often group to force Its opinions on not only toward the western world C. H. McNULTY, President R. B. MESERVE, Vice-Prei. WILL. TOMLINSON,
makes mighty interesting read. another. but Into the western spirit again. N. RY CARROLL, VIce-Pres. and Cashier Assistant Cashier

Ing. From where I sit, It's not more As never before the East looks to DIRECTORS

Reem like human nature is laws we need-nor more restriaalwaysrepeatingitself.8ameold America. The! greatest complimentthey
Done of our right to think, and pay us Is that they trust us. .
prejudices, bickerings, and mistikes. choose, and live as we see fit What a wonderful thing that our J. 0. PEARCE I
Here's an 1893 politician Bat more tolerance nnd nnrtot> country Is the strongest In the I II I

trying to restrict free speech standing-more "live-aud-let. world and feared by none. I" _____._______._____ _.__ _,_,_,_,__,_,___ _'_n_'. I
live" among human kind. : ---
out -
a demagogue; crying against -- -- ---
:women's rights. a local com tJt.M.t J
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1 Copyright 1943 United State Brewers Fouadatxm : I II
as a community, we feel so lost and
-.1 so helpless now. Saint and sinner, \
heedless and thoughtful, Christian I

and unbeliever, we have been i
: .
brought face to face with a stern

and uncompromising reality that
death may take one for whose taking I FORSALE

we can find no reason or justi I
fication whatever The nightmare
that chokes us Is the realization I e.SEVERAL.
COMMERCIALAND that no one of ua Is safe from another .

such thrust against us thru I

those we love however well and

destined to years of life they may'veem. '


DOMESTICREFRIGERATION Since the situation Is an Intolerable

one we will climb out of It,
some quickly, some slowly) and pain.

fully. We will build again our fortresses .

of faith, our armor of hope,
Pasture LandLOCATED
and because no one can face for

ever the Inevitable and keep his

SERVICE sanity, we will eventually put .off
I this burden of clear understanding

\ which Is too heavy to carry long,

and try to Ignore again, comfortably

I our ancient and ruthless foe. IN MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA ,

I But we can never be quite the

same again. Each of us will gain,
i I or lose, be better or worse, for this

I I light of the hard, stern face of WITH GOOD DRAINAGEAND

: ULMER EZELL i fate, before we succeed In forgetting I

: its features When we see It
\ again, we will meet it with courageor I '

cringing, faith or despair, bornof ACCESSIBLE TO GOOD ROADS. .

this. experience and nourished by
illllll llIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIVIIIIIIIiII !! lll mmmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllh our own reactions to it. The rain-

= .= bow night of of hope desolation will be blacker brighter, ,becausefor or the WILL SELL IN'. TRACTS OF 250 ACRES UP

; : a few days Okeechobee was

FOR SALE m brought up suddenly and Implacably ,PRICES REASONABLE.9fl .

against an Immovable truth. .

Rut In peace, Roy Perhaps, after i('i>

m all, this Ii the reason and the design LIBERAL TERMS TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES

its LIVE FRYER ; the motive and the purpose,

Ec which we are too blind to see.a .

E Florida'i vegetable industry faces ..

many serious problems the coming

= EVERY DAY year, points out LaMonte: Graw,
= secretary of the Florida Vegetable

Committee. "With the national Income .
reduced from the wartime Lelandearce

level of approximately $165,000,000

to a figure nearer $130,000,000there

.ai i BURG sS.SUPPLY COMPANY Ii ample room for doubt that

= fresh vegetables will enjoy sus- ,, OKEECHOBEE STUART ,
FEED GRAIN HAY tamed demand or relatively I high 0
prices of the war years, price con

P. O. Box 384 Okeechobee, Fla. trol will probably remain on most
s- = vegetables.

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:: sail Less to Worry ,

Ix x x x x x x=x x x x xdMr

and Mrs. Peter nandlna, Mrs Ethel Haynes of Tam. I' Them This Time' 1 y

Raulerson Honored On I pa and Mrs. Ruby Graves of Sa

Wedding Anniversary vannah, Ga.; a brother, George' Washington, D .-Farm prices:
Wllkerson, Alamo, Ga.; a sister, Stand at 206 per cent of the 1000-1914
gran--; I Mrs. Lucy Parrish, Mastlck, Ga,; 25 I average-higher than the prices of
Those pioneers, Mr. f1 1918-and will\ drop again but not ai
I grandchildren and 19 great-grandr sharply as in 1921 because the Government r aI
and Mrs. Peter
Raulerson, were children. !I I is required by law to maintain .
honored at their home on the evening II support prices of at least 00 percent
of the 17th by the Okeechobee 'Ia :The pall bearers were B. C %? ylc t ( of parity for two full calendar
Singing Society, the occasion being Swain, Van Llghtsey, S. M, Swain II I years following the year la which the

the sixty-eighth anniversary of'' 0, L, Hunt, J. F Bond, and Harley war ends has, The announced.Department of Agriculture I .e ,

, \ s their wedding. About sixty of their i I Story. I The announcement Indicates the
friends gathered to sing the old- I farmer will not be a victim of a dropn
fashioned WEST PALM: BEACH LAST WEEK prices similar to that which fol-
songs and to wish the'couple owed the last In 1021 when
many more years of health I prices hit the low of 119 per cent of'
and I the May 1920, level which was 239
happiness. Ice cream and cake Word has been received here of i l
per cent of the 1906-1914 level. Thus'
I -
were served at the end of another the death of Mrs. J. S. McMillan\ at I| the farmer will have more money 4
pleasant annual celebration of this her home In West Palm Beach on'I' AND ANSWERS TOO-Imogen* I than after the last war.

wedding anniversary, to which Wednesday of last week. She with I her Bel Hawaiian patriotism school and student Investment shows War Finance Committee officials
I said that In addition to the main.
:Okeechobee owes many of It. finest her acme by wearing lei made of War
family made Okeechobee their a I tenance of the price level for two I k 4V\
citizens today, Stamps she will convert Into Vie
home for many years before 4noving Bonds. years, that non-farm families already
to West Palm Beach. I spry '"Mss M'k pqg !!.'S a inmIatl",, weedY,
thr Ue V-a1f n vl Y -
lavlne' ugh Dil -
Mrs. Alice Wynn Dies Plan of the War Finance Division of Alte,'CHARLES 6RAV.A CONSCIENTIOUS I ,

At Her Home Tues. Seaboard Air, Line Spent MidweekCracker the Treasury. This, they claim U FATSALWGER.WEICOMESHEI J
proof the! non-farm root will be moch
After Long Illness $1,375,000 for Signalling better able to support itwlf than attarthe
System On Main Line PoliticsBy last war during tbe normal InU. of, ? SAILOR HUSBAND AFTER 2 -I

Mrs Alice Wynn'died at her home reconveulf a. fitjf'j| of Kw' W $ YEARS IN THE PACIFIC. SHE% -* r...
net* will hl>. the money M pay. It .;
here Tuesday after a long Illness. Seaboard 'Air Line Railway officials said and trail USED W SAVIN6 ...
was farmers should KNOWS WEI t .,,-.. .
She was the widow of the late announced today that an automatic ROY C. BECKMAN themtelvM. of the opportunity to ao-
George W. Wynn and was 83 years signalling system has just I State Advertising Director of Fla. Quirt War Bonds dartnf the Victory HELPED BR1NG ''J::' BACK.,._. "l
Loan to as to hare the with
old at the time of her death. been placed In service between (Editor' Notes Roy C. Beck which money .
to modernUe sad handle the \eo.-.
Mrs. Wynn was born In Georgiabut Monroe, North Carolina and Atlanta man, director of Florida's new DOQ-farm market demands that will '"WE SURE 60T SUPPLIES TO GUADALCANAL WHEN" I I
moved to Florida Georgia, and that the entire state advertising department, I* b*<*l!> tfi) Ml*
ago. She lived many many at years Fort operation will be completed In t tells of aims, methods and his price! darftrffif fttj! THEY WERE NEEDED[ MOST; RECALLS SEAMAN !I
years flfhtiDg ceases __ima******* : '
Drum before moving with her husband every detail by early November own background In this article. The Payroll Savings Plan has sold ycL.GKAY/BUTV/6 WERE f EXACTLY UNOPPOSED!

to Okeechobee ten years ago. This system, which Is of the three for Allen Morris' "Cracker Poll. 118.000,000,000 lo War Bonds to wage ...OUR TA K FORCE lOST 5UIP' $ ....THE JAPS II :

Funeral services were conducted color light type cost $1,375,000, tics.") earners era who, that will great If need bulk be: of, enjoy non-farm-the I >r .-**'*f- ,.., <> *Qr )* > *v -'
at the Okeechobee Baptist Church cover 270 mules of main line track fruits of their savings In the recon ".CHARLIES HIS P, CRU SER -* "*

Wdnes<1ay afternoon at 3 o'clock and Is the largest single Installation GETTING INTO: ACTION version period and have the cash with I LATER 5UMK) '
with Rev. Cheshire assisted In the history of the Seaboard. I Now we are in the process of which to support themselves.
by Rev. I Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P, PUT NOT UNTIL IT HAD DELIVERED 1 iELENAWAS
Among material items used choosing an advertising and ,
Garner to
of the Church of the Brethren agency I I Anderson adds that"prosperity of thee .
officiating The body was laid complete the project are: 394 signals of getting together a staff for th farm, depends primarily on purchasing MOUNTAINS' OF \ ".
to rest in the Okeechobee ceme 7200 primary battery cells preparation and distribution of power In the city." MATERIAL TO EMBATTLED .f!

tery. that feed power to the signals, 7000 Florida's colorful story so that all I I GUADALCANAL .

telephone poles ranging In length may know It. These will be carefully --
Surviving are two sons, John and -
Homer of Okeechobee; five daughters from 25 feet to 70 feet, electric I' picked, a budget prepared, and s Ruth Crockett of =-- --- ::-- .

Mrs. Hattie wiring, or bonds, for 75,000 rail program outlined for about two
Ga.; Mrs. Mattie Msssey Fullard of of Macon Okee, joints and approximately 1000 miles years In advance. We'll fix objectives St. Petersburg Is I DELIVERING USED FAT TO THE MEAT FAT L1':

chobee, Mrs Della Fullard of Fer- of Iron wire Due to war-time restrktiona so that every factor In the AN 'IMPORTANT WAR JOB>TOO! USED FI6KTSAS

Iron line wire was usedin development of the state will get ', .
oo lieu *f copper. I Its proper "boosting." Tangerine Queen O

Work 'on the big job was started From all sections of the state -

GILBERT in May 1944 and its conclusion results \ will come cooperation because Winter Haven, Oct. 2-: 1I.. Janet --- -- ---::- f---

in faster handling of traffic Floridians are loyal, joyful, eager, I, Runs Crockett, 18-prad-otd St. The citrus canning Industry did

THEATRE and .increased capacity for the railroad 1 and willing workers for any sound, Petersburg high school sophomore, To the Peopleof one of the most outstanding wartime .

j' .".'==:-.==::a}'..=:.:=a,' which in turn, means better aggressive program that will advance II was selected Queen Tangerine II I this Community I jobs in American food production

service to shippers and trave'ers.' this land of sunshine. Be assured ,last Sunday afternoon by a com I Thanksgiving Is in the air. The by maintaining Its civilian supply

1114. Sunday and Monday I that your commission and Its I. mittco of five judges from a group I spirit of the Good Provider hugs \ above pre-war levels while at

VERONICA LAKE AND Hunters To Get More fellow workers wild da their part, of 39 candidates j who parded beforea I you reason warmly.to buy What another better extra time Victory or the same time meeting all the heavy

I SONNY TUFFS Ammunition This Fall : wilt reciprocate that cooperation crowd of 3500 at Florida Cypress Bond I wartime demands placed upon It by

a I 1 I and will apply every energy to Camden the good Army Navy and Lend Lease, Carlos -
In Front War SurplusDuck of
achieve the results expected. The winner of second place honors ;,1 the provider future? Campbell, secretary of the Na-
"Bring On The Girls"IN
I pheasant and other small Florida Is not a new experience In. this state-wide contest wentto ; AI you sit tional Canner'a Association told

( TECHNICOLOR) Tjame hunters win have plenty of for me. ?I've been here many Mss Lorraine Elizabeth Davisof around UW Florida Canners in convention at

I CARTOON NEWS 12 gauge shotgun shells on band times. It seems to roe that I'm just Orlando. A third place tie was W ti festive h h JM able'e, paytona Beach last week. e '

THIS IS A IERICASubJect'"AXX.POLIS" this fall for their favorite sport, returning "home" to live here, so declared between Jackie Bigham of'' first year of L .-- -

according to an announcement Just I warm has been the! welcome accorded Silver Springs and Patricia Ruth ..., : world peace
since 1939,
Issued in Washington by the office me and my good wife. While Futtdcrburk of C'carwater.' 71V rememberthe A hand extinguisher Is like a

II of Surplus 'property, Department of with the U. S. Navy Department;! Icircunl.avigated" Miss Crockett, daughter of Mr. millions of men and women first aid kit, says the Florida Safety -

Commerce. ( ,' the state from and hire Dick Crockett, was spon- itlll in uniform in strange lands. Council. Both can prevent serious
Over forty million rounds of 12- ''Jacksonville to PensacoU, risking sored by the Junior Chamber of I In Germany about 2,500,000 trouble when an accident occurs -
Friday and SaturdayDouble Americans w1be\ separated on
gauge shells, frozen for military every seaport on an inspection tour Commerce of St. Petersburg. Smiling this family holiday from fathers, but It la well to remember

Feature Program use since the start of the war, will''with I two'rear admirals. Later, as a broadly throughout all\ her appearances mothers brothers, sisters wives, that an extinguisher In a forgotten

: be sold this 'month to dealers :I member of the U. S. Department of she was a favorite with sweethearts and children. Everyextra corner of he attic won't help muchin
Victory Bond Is a link between -
RALPH BELLAMY AND throughout the eleven United States I I Agriculture' staff, I traveled : the huge crowd from the moment home and the Tokyo or putting out a fire In the kitchen.
Regional Offices of the Office .<>! i throughout the state by automobileIn she stepped on the stage Berlin patrol.
CONNIE MOOREIn Surplus Property.The company with a photographerwhose Queen Tangerine II was awarded There's self-interest in your the
purchase of any extra bond today
sale began October IS, ID-IS. picture stories of the state' $100 war bond and a Marvel but there's service to your country : As a end of the war
"DelightfullyDangerous" Supplies of shotgun she'ls' for civilian agricultural assets have been wide- .Miss Victory" wrist watch for the too. You have most to gain against Japan, the downward trendof

ue have been extremely ly circulated. Frequent plane and selection. In addition she WI1be\ by ownership of as many Victory manufacturing activity was extended

e short and the return of this ,ammunition train trips followed, and now that honored with a trip to the northern I| Bonds You guarantee as you can yourself possibly a better buy. sharply in August, with curtailment

ROY ROGERSIn to dealers shelves ii I'm back again I intend to see every markets when the tangerine crop trance for personal peace end of shipbuilding and air.pLue -

time for the hunting seasonswill( nook and cranny of the beat state of Florida starts moving sometimeIn prosperity. You also heip your production a major factor in

"Man From be welcomed )by sportsmen the In the Union., November. She will visit Boston, and government return to home pay the of men war costs and the decline, according to the Alexan

Oklahoma"NEWS country lOVer The shells also will IS A CONTINUING JOB New York, Philadelphia and Chicago women who will be badly missed der Hamilton Institute.CLASSIFIED.

b. useful to farmers and ranchers How can we advertise everything I where a number of functions home Thanksgiving and Day in ybur own
your neighbor's home
for crop and livestock protection. ;< ? How can I plan with ouragency 'are beintrriinvd for her. She THE EDITOR ":"><"x..>----o
The ammunition being said 1aef tvjll be accompanied' this
.L_ LL' and the commission to tell on trip byMil's
sue iL aura comn:ercial type used I I aft'Clio Powell senior: stewardess ADS
:a tne whole .story of a state >o rich
by hunters'and includes bosh "'birc.hot" !- of the Seaboard railroad. Compensation Is Paidto
In history, progress, and future potentialities ................ .........
Coming"THE and "bud'shot." ? Well This state-wide Tangerine Queen -: : : : : : : : :": : : :": :": :..: :..:-<+
It can't be done 15 Persons In County
The major quantity of the shells !' Contest was sponsored by the Win- TEACHER available
; an rt once. It's a continuing job Week Ending Oct. 1During 3 Master'sDegree
KEYS OF THEe are loaded wltb bird shot Haven Florida
1' I or J.l-8., But remember that "advertising" tcj Junior Chamber of Life Certificate for
" KINGDOM: ounce No. 8 chilled shot, witn a ,I',I deesn't mean just paid apace, or j Commerce with Jack Gurnelt as Biology; Home Economics; Science;
the week
I' October
C "FOR WHOM THE BELSS standard :powder load .f larea i I printed booklets. It means publicity ( chairman.. The coronation rites! and ending Junior Grades Write Elizabeth
a "I 13, unemployment compen..tlonpaymenta
TOLL" I drams The remainder are loaded through the thousands of newspapers prize presentations were under, McDermott Lakeland, Fla.
I made
were in Okeechobee
"SALTY O-RENKE : with 00 buckshot with loq ,rail&e magazines, journals, textbooks, 1 taken by Charles H. Walker, presi- county In the amount of $142,60 to
powder load (If 3 3-4 drams. ,, and other publications. It means dent of the Florida Citrus Exchange 15 FOR SALE: One House and Lot.
persons, 4 male and 11 female,
I II| visual 2 bud rooms sleeping
porch, living
I proof through pictures. It Carl B. Smith, Chairman of the
I means use of "movies" and radio. Comprising the judges' staff were Florida Industrial Commission, porch, \living room, dining room,
I'm confident we can make excellent Mrs. Forbes R. De Tarn bio, photographer said kitchen and bath, Lot I 60x300 ft.

I f use Clf all these media. .confident of Gainesville; George Nice garden, fenced See MATTIE

becauae I've had a part In Anderson, public relations counsel There was a sharp Increase cf unemployment FULLARD, Hancock St., Okeechobee144000'64'iwv

conducting that same type of "cam for Pendleton Dudley Associates of compensation payments

PIANOSWe paign" for other states, with excellent New York; Paul Scarborough of throughout the state, Claims paid
results. I Norfolk, Vs., public relations ,cl'un.1 this week increased to $96,396 from (8t: S 4ti,hbG"aOSsM

Ten years a* an active newspaperman all for the Seaboard Railway| Chas 180,382 for the previous week and ELECTRICAL WORK

can now deliver PIANOS in Oke on weeklies and dailies has I Va'dl' art director for Benton and the number of claimants receiving

taught me the powerful Influenceand Bowles New York; and Harold compensation to 6,286 from 6,078.

chobee and have'several good re-conditioned assistance that can be exerted I Newton New York judge of the national Shipbuilding and construction workers P. P. EVANSHOUSE

UPRIGHT PIANOS at moderate prices. by our friend who dispense the "Swim For Health" show seemed to be predominant

news Nearly twinty yean When the colorful coronation among those receiving compensation
publicist and advertising man have ceremony was' completed a program though there was a large number WIRING

For Full Information Write helped me to learn bow to ,cooper of water skiing and other from other Industries "M+

at. with the clubs, associations, Industries aquatic sport. were presented by Chairman Smith asks that
farmers trade the famous Cypress Gardens --
closely with tbe
MUSIC CO. transportation companies, and all Maids In honor of the new Tangerine United States Employment Service :

1 LEGGETT the active organisations that are Queen II. In order to place as many as possible BRING YOUR
constantly at work to
Improve their In .gainful employment.Those .
.. MUSIC localities, their cities, and their | a more
PIANOS INSTRUMENTS. state. Mutual helpfulnesi In the Give prosperous and better state. to whom compensation was' Printing Needs
your commission and
Clematis Street West Palm Beach Fla. way of advertising and me time paid for the week ending October
522 publicity results to get Into "high gear," lend us 13 In this TOQkeechobee
from coordinated effort. cunty were classified as!
Phone 5697 yqur aid as the
program develops, Citrus
Industry Process laborers
Humbly, I'm starting my part In and NewsI'RIDAY.
you our promise to work
12, grader 1, general clerk
I -- what we all) feel 1, not
sure will
result In
... untiringly for you, and for Florida. available 1. ;



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Late '
J, 3 and S to It lone, Blk.' aid Trustees. from any parcel through S. That this Rule shall not be construed -, election ; and mid election shell be Tallahassee, Florida

To the Peopleof 11. Riverside Park Addition! w.-. ... .:..:.. .-.ww.. to permit the taking of freshwater held' and conducted In the manner October lit, U43
Lots 6 and 7. Blk. 90 City of Okiechohee LUJ IU..D,L. Ur C.I.ILLCO and flub commercially for the period prescribed by law for holding such NOTICE

this Community :ic.i.:uu.ca jnj icr :caa "Kpoiailwt.l expiring. October 1, 1940, In any of the \eleitlonl. NOTICE! I li hereby given that the
Lot H. Blk. 252, City of Okeecho- oo rctcrvej b7.t&J Ejaril e: waters of the State of Florida wkerelaid Any to ai a Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund
Borne! day In the pert few weeks bee tLlIIa.u.lIl:.: c> ...,.c..;:.... J.-i.-l) fresh water fish are not at this candidate( etod-1. :: m talgr. In the of the State of Florida will
Illesman11 ask you Lot. 8. 10 and 11, Blk. 132, Cly( of Dii.rltt I Iieicrlto3 office not for only, la
a volunteer OkeeihobeiLoti un9 1 time permitted to be taken commercially. County Superintendent offer for sale, objection
onds. You may be : I ) Inter than October 30th, a Petition Tallahassee Florida, at 11 :no o'clockA
to buy more 7 to 10 Inc, Blk. 133: City of Li-t 7. 1 .U.: of on flth. 1048.\ the follow.Ing .
"The warnover.haven't > in. C'.ty it Cl-ovliccno Notice this action art of signed by not less tban five qualified M. November
tempted to answer: Okewhobei Let. 1. 4. C, S. 0 Oil,) 12, Elk. the Comiuliilon bill been filed with voters, described lands !in OKEECIIOBEa
Lot 4, Hlk 1S7. City of Okecchol.eeLot 11'j
Wrlghfi First Add ,I the Secretary of the Slate of Florida INSTRUCTION COUNTY
1 to T 1110,1 8% of NEV4I I Ntt BOUtD OP rriTLIC
you heard? Loti ft and 12, lilk. 70, City ot Okeechobe and with the County Judges ot' the
of SEV4 except UK H-W and that .OKEhK'IPOBEH: COI'NTY, Beginning at the N.E. Corner ot
A Would you port N of SAL Kjr. Sec 4-IW-88 Lou L.* K. and several Countlei of the Slate of Flor- Van K, Llghtiey, ChairmanCarl Tract No. 24 of the Eagle Bay
care to give Lot 1 except, Kit k-W, Sec. "9-33-38 Okeechobee 0, Blk. 252, City of lila T. Dnrrance, Sup't. and Survey ai recorded In Plat Book
to Lot 1 R.W, Bar 3S-3H I. N. KENNEDY. Director SecretaryIN Records of Okeecho
except KH 31
A that reply Lots 1. 2 and 5 flame 1, Page ,
to 12 Inc, Blk. 1, I and Freih Water
cue oft Lot II sisal! KH of Lot 13 Illk. S, I'nweU'l S.D Fish hee County, Florida ) and run
i any und from Hancock M-C between Commission 36' E. RSrte
the 300,000 ben Lnti 7, 8 and I 0, Blk. 2, THE] CIRCT'IT COFRT OP THH! thence 8, 88 degrees
Section 4 and 0, run feet thence 8. 38 degree 411'V.,
S DLots IN
youngAmericans SERLY long M-L 1UU085 ft to NINTH .Tt'DICIAL\ CIRCUIT 10754 ft., thence N. 88 degrees
I 1 to 12 Inc. 1,0well'\ NOTICE OF ELF.CTION !
NW line nf Wesley Harvey property S.D Blk. 3. \ AND FOR 311' W. 301.1 ft. thence N. 27 degree .
fur (TOR I thence 8 33 de,. NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN thatan STATE! OF ( (
now fighting 21 minute W 402 4 ft to 17 min 1 to 12 Isle Blk. 4. Powell's election will be held In each and FLORIDA 1ng.econt. iningt9.80Ulacres:

for health In water level to point to IHITRt'RTF.F.9 every Special I Tax: School Dlitrlct of IX CHANCERY In !Sections 8 and 17, Township JSSonth
militaryhospitals and parallel with protected 812 or TUB INTBH- tk14chbee Comity Florida on the ruse No. 841 Range 33 East
a ? Him, of Weilev Harvey property N\L IMIMtOVKMEVT: FUND Illh day of November A. D. 1043, to- LONNIE BROWNING, )
coast to coast
from N 8d"W: 21 miss E 31)3 ft.. OP THE STATE OF FLOR. wit : Plaintiff ) THIS NOTICE] IS' PUBLISHED: In
Would you care to walk a patrolIn MVERI.Y along Hancock M-L IDA, Special Tax Sihonl District No. One ) compliance with Section 2.1312: and
Tokyo or Berlin with a OI and 4444 ft. Pec. 9-3S-30 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS election. to be bold! at the County MARTHA LEONABROW' 1 2.1313. Florida Statute, 1941.

tell him "the war's over?" Lot 3 and 4. Hlk. 1. Powell's S.D OF EVEROLADE8 DRAIN. Court House In Okeecbnbee, Florida. N,NO ) THE' pritOIIASEH IS to pay the
the fighting\ Lot 9 Hlk. 3. Powell'l 8-D AGE DISTRICTBy The following" Clerk and l' tnipectorinn Defendant ) advertising cost
Of course,
Late 1 and 2. Blk, 91, City ot Okeechnhee ROY R. IIAPLEIWOV, Agent to hold laid election; J. II Me- NOTICE TO APPEAR THE TRVSTEES OF INTERNAL
over. Your Job in helping to clean for Trtuteei of the Inter. ('rnnl... Clerk ; 1I... W rtb. W. N. THE' STATE OF FLORID IMPROVEMENT: FUND reserve the

up the money cost la the easiest WH of SE<4 and NE'i of SE%, Sec nal Improvement Fund and Gray nnd R. H. !Klngletary Inspectors. TO : MARTHA EONA: BROWNING rlKbt to reject any end all blldi.
patriotic chore any country ever 4. Tv-p. 34, II If 0, 33 for Board of ( Special Tax School District No Two ;XDDRESH KSOWN011 BY ORDER of the Trustee of the
SEiof SE Sec. 4 St of Everglades election! to be held at the SchoolHouse \ err hereby required to Floridaon Internal Improvement Fund of the
asked of Its citizens; loan of more % Twp. Kg* 'omml..lon.r'l at office In
33Lnti trlct. .... Ft. Drum Flurl dollars to be repaid at good Inter- 1 to Fiord. Clerk and Inspector are toI..I November nth, A, D. 1O4-I1, to Bill F. Caldwell Governor
4 Inc BJk, 53, City of
eat In 10 years. Compare that Job Okeechobeewill I INOTC'F.
with the chore you have handedto he offered for sale at public out. (lerk' ; Mn. Sylvia Parker F.V. Ad. yon by Lonnle Browning, In Circuit F. C Elliot Sec
dlsnn, R. Hair.. Court, Okeechobee County, Florida,
A. Inipectori Trustees I, L Fund
for the and bearash
err highest hidmihject l.
your own son or neighbor's son I Special Tax School District No. In default wherefore Decree Pro Con-

Je to spend countless days In strange (Commissioner to the right of Evergladei of the Board Drainage of A. provided by Chapter 21941, Acts Three flection to he held at the Grocery rp'lo.m he entered against you ; the IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

lands to nail down the victory. District and/or Hoard of Count nf 11)41.: notice li hereby III veil that I I Store Building: at Bailnger, Okeechohee New li dcitgnated ae the JfDGE IN: AND FOR OKEECHO-
the Ciamo }'I"rl"II.11." .. following Clerk and Inspccrnrn np" sparer In which this Order shall BEE COUNTY, FIORIDA.IN .
and' Fresh .
Think you can afford to say no Coinmliiloneri nf Okeechnhee Count,, Water 1111 Com he published week for live'rnllerelitive
minion .. are to hold mid election! : once a RE : ESTATE! OF
to the Victory Loan salesman? Florida. to reject any and all hide oflthe Slate of Florida, under week.
the Maurice Raiilenon Clerk : Zeb Durranee HENRY T. BASS. JR.
at the Courthouse, beginning, at 10 nonVtnik power and authority granted mid
Have a talk: with your conscience ('olnmlnxlon Cbarlei. Pninphell and, Albert Wltnesi mv hand and official seal DECEASED
A. M. on the inth day of So."I'lIIh.r. hv Secllon Si) Article IV at Okepchohra, Flnrldn. this 27tt daft
this moment. Be ready for of the Constitution Lofton. Inspector. NOTICE OF mOIMTE
very 11)43: Easement for drainage of the State of of September A D 1945. '
your Victory Loan salesman In nod recliiniatlnn and road purpoivi Florida, ai amended and ratified bythe Speilal Tax: Sthnol District Na' (Circuit Court Seal) TO ALL PERSONS! INTERESTED
Four election to bn held at Reels {
spirit as well as In pocketbook.THE will he reserved voters of Flnrldn nil November 3, ROY R. HAULERSON, I IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
thoerme Store I'pthegrove. Beach,
HOARD OP COMMI I SIONERS 11142. In official meeting held October Clerk of the Circuit Court DECEDENT :
EDITOR OF E\'FII-r.ADCS DRAIN 12 11)4,1. approved( and adopted' the Flnrldn The following Clerk end Inspectors Okcechnhee County Florida You are hereby notified that t
AGE DISTRICT following, Resolution with referenceto are to hold aald election :
Mary Sanderfur Schulman. written Instrument purported to he
-- Mrs. Heeno I'pthegrove. Clerk C. N. I
endBOARD the Inking nf fresh water fish III Attorney for Plaintiff the last will and testament of said
Strnttnn Mrs Ovedn Ilnn Nix I
Real ,
OF COUNTY COM the State of Florida : : i decedent has been Admitted to probate
Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE MIMSIONEKS OF OKEECHO WHEREAS the waton of the State Ilispectori, In -laid court. Yon are hereby com
BEE COUNTY. FIOKIDA of Florida lire natlonnlh' known ai a pi-cliil Tax: School District No NOTICE: OF \PPIIC\TIOX FOR mended within nix calendar month
By HOY H. HAULERSON.. 'Spnrtmniin ParadlHu" for fresh Five c-leelrlnn. to lie held, in the residence I date of the first
wa TAB PEED from the publicationof
nf Mn J. M Scott, Bay,
OF INTENTION TO Clerk of the Circuit Court of ter fish ; andWIIEHEAS this notice to appear In laid court
SELL LAND Okeechohee County. Florida the reiponilblllty for Florida. the following Clerk and Inipeetnri Notice la hereby given that C. P.Itnulerion and show cnuie. If any you ran, why
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt, in agent for enld Buerda.By the management reitorntlnn, ronsrrralon l ere to hold nnriuant to Section IS (1), Chapter SOniROMA l'E.E, and regulation: nf fresh water Ivnrire Harden Clerk ; Mr. J. M certificate bai filed said laid will to probate should not stand
fish In Scott Mn Mnllle Walker and C. W for a tax dwd to he leaned 1 tOIl0\\'Inlf\\
2005S, Laws of Florida Act of 1941 Deputy Clerk th.'nt.r. of the State nhFlorldn unrevoked.
slid Section 07. Chapter 14717. Lam li veiled In the Game endFreeh Ilispectorinld T'he certificate nnmberi and T. W COVELY, JR.
election In each of Special Tax
of Florida Act of 1931. Hi mended Water Fish Commission of the Issuance the deierlptlnn of the property County JudgeIN
l>y Section 11, Chapter 20058, Lawi of NOTICEOKEECIIOREE Slate of Florida.Nn11' : Three Sibonl shall District be for Number the Two and nleleitlng nnd the nnmcs In which it was ,
Florida, Aft of IOU, and also pure coi'STY, FLORIDA TIIKIIF.FOKR. the Oame and Three purpose for assessed" arc as follow : THE: CrifllT OF THE COUNTY
(1)) School Trustees
unlit to Section 42 Chapter 20722, October 10 1043 Freshnter Fish Couiiulialoa, of the i' each. of said District to serve for the Certificate No:!. 44 and tW, Year jrncK IN AND FOR OKECCHOBEK -
Law of Florldn, Acts of 1941, as NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN that Slate of Florida finale and declares nf Issuance 1011.Cemlirnb's COl'Ml, FLORIDA
ensuing two and l of determining
nmended by Section 19, Chapter 22070 pursuant Jo Section (9 of Chapter the following Rule to be reainnnble) the amount yean of mlllnge to be levied- Nos 34 and 44 Year ot. IN RE : KST.VIE OF
law, of Florida, Act nf 1943, andSection 1' 21111) Laws of Florida Act of 1037 and l necessary for the purpose of the therein for the nf time Issuance 1044.Certificate HENRY: 1'. BASS JR.DF.CEASED .
44. of known an the MURPHY ACT, lame period Nn ::0..nr of Issuance
Chapter 20722 Law and In proper. management restoration conlor Snld election In each nf the Special .
Florida, Act of 1041 ai amended bv : pursuance of Chapter 2IW.1S La\\i ot va I Inn and regnliitliin of fresh water Tux !School Dlntrlctl Number One 1041! NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
Section 21 Chapter 220711, Lawi of I Florida\ Act of 1041, known as the fish In the waters of the State ofFlorldn Four and Five' ilmll be for the purpose T''tl''n' Hlk of 121 property. Okeechohc: Plara. You and each nf you are hereby
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Act 1IM3. the fullowlu MSTHICl'
to wit1
: I "f determining : 33 notified and required to present any
Lot fll'rllun 17. Township ,
rieicrlhed land In Okeecuobe County, ACT. the follow Ing described '1'hat thli linle shall not be enforced I 1. Whether! or not the mid district Ilantrn 14 Con 20 acres.Name claim and demands which you, or
I'lorlda. to-vltt Innd. situated In Everglades Dral liege 1 until on and after October 1, I Hlnill be coiiiolldated and shall I bee In which aiscned Mrs. S, either of you. mny have agalnit the
Lot 0, Blk. IX, City of Okeechobee District. In Okcechnhee Conntv, FlorIda IIMfl In order thnt nil commercial Interest I route n single school dlatrht; and W. T. Dewltt. I estate of 1I.IIry T. Bail. Jr, deceased
Lot 7 and 8, Blk. 2, South Okee. will he offered ton tale at puhllc may he duly advised nnd that '.'. \\ ho shell be trustees of the proposed Champagne All nf laid property being In the late of laid county, to the county
chobee outcry for the highest and bent cash they, mav arrange their future commercial consolidated. < District. The three County nf Okcechnbee, State of I i judge, uf okevchnbee Cuusty, Florida,
Lots 2, 3. 4 and 5, Blk. 207, City of bid iiihjeef to the right of the Trui operations accordingly poifniiiH ,inehliiplhc.> highest number Flnrlda J ] I within eight calendar month from
Okeechobee lei>i of the Internnl Improvement 2. 'Hint( on and after the effective of roles east shall be declared the I'nlcss iich certificate or certlrlcnlei i'i I the dale of the first publication of
Lots 5, 0. 11 and 12, Blk. 17, South Fund and of tile Board of ('Commit- date for the enforcement nf this Rule, 1'1'"oh''o elected' for laid cuiiiolldatedsi shall he redeemed according to''I thli notice. .:orb claim or demand

Lota Ukeechobee shiners nf Everglades' Drainage Dbtrim nn perm. may 'lawfully take or luiiil Ulslrlct and slinll ierM for the law, the property described In rich ,, must be In writing and 1 must at ate theI
chobee s and 0, Elk. 40, South Okie. to reject beglnnlng' bldi, at the tempt tll take any fresh water next ensuing two veers ; cerllflente' or certificate will be sold I Ito I place of residence nnd post office addreiK < -
'. Cnurlhouse, nt 10 :00"dock from tin. water of the State of nt-I ::1.1 Th I niimbi i of '"IIII..t District the hlgheit bidder at the court of Ibe claimant and must beiworn
Pi11 MoT Blk' 9, Riverside \ A. %f.. on the 10th day of November da h> i menus of nn\ device except 'ln\I to he h.\leil for the tee succeedIng : hniiso door on the first Monday In I to h\ the .claimant his agent

1.0t. 8. II end I 111 I.!. Ai to nil parceli of land book and line. rod and reel, bob I I I M in within( the proposed con the month of November. 1941 which nr hli iittornev or the lame will be.mo -
Okeecbobe. "' Blk' 181, City of .if ton nrrei or moro title to one-balf spinner troll or trot-line The taking i I edlel'ded dlstrhtM Is (the Wh dnof November, 1941.! I i.. Mild according to law,
nf petroleum find three.fourthi of of fresh fish from the waters "th dn nf 1943.IIKMIY .
L"'" I2 A8. 9. 10 water of siild eleillnn onlthe nnnllfled Dated this 27th da(' of September I This 2 ) September
City of Okeechobee and 11, Blk. 76, other mineral will be reserved I bvlTnmteei the State of Florida by any other I \ ?..I..r.\ "lesldlng In: the Special Tax: 1041 : : THOMAS BASS, SR.
N'/ of of the Internal Improvement'I' means oi. nil)' other device exceptingthe Sihix'l, 1I1.t'I.tl'ho ;pa11 inv of real SEAL! ROY R Tt.U'LERSOV:- I rxeuitor of the Estate. Will and
37. neeE8s NEWl Sec, ", Twp Fund. Easement for road right of foregoing Is hereby expressly forbidden ,,i r p(rsonal property within the Dlitrlct ., Clerk of Circuit Court of 'lestameni t of Ilenn T. Ban, Jr.DC .
win :200 feet \\'Ile.1It he reserved by. I I shall hi "entitled to volt In this 4 I Okeechobee County Fla. II I I *, cn.ecl.

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