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: November 30, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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r'7tI: r Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Rohen of
Introduced by Prof. C. M. Williams I r- t.kvra Throggs Neck, Bronz, N. Y., have You expect, course, to sendIn
program chairman for the I announced the marriage of their your $2.00 for the Christmas
Tuesday Rotary meeting, Mrs. daughter, Miss Grace Rohen, to Seals. You Just put it off, or for.
Maude Yawn spoke on various 4eNl wN Mr. Joseph T. Alderman, Jr.; of get about it. Why not sit down
problems] and accomplishments' Okeechobee, Florida. The mar this minute and write your check,
of our public school system. Mrs. I rlage was solemnized at the Wll or enclose the bills In an en.
Yawn, county school supervisorof II liamsbrdge Road !Reformed velope, ,and drop them in the post
Highlands county, has been I. Church on Sunday, November office addressed to R. B. Me.
acting also as supervisor of Okee- 11th, at 5 o'clock. The Rev. server Then you can go about
chobee schools until a full-time Wayne White, pastor of the your daily business with the'
supervisor could be obtained.Mrs. ; ) 4 I B Westchester Methodist Church, warm, comforting feeling. of a
Yawn gave credit to the performed. the double.rlng'cere. good deed well done.
American system of public school ? mony-in the presence of relativesand Have you ever looked up the
education for much of the success .4P: it $ w I. friends of the young couple. exact meaning of the word which
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of our military might. Although 1-. ', Miss Marlon" Edwards'- sang is printed across the bottom of
we have no training of three ,nuptial, songs Schubert's the Christmas Seals-"Greet.
young people in military arts as NiU/f "Ave .Marla" and) "Because" be- ings"? Webster says that to
such, the American system does I fore the ceremony and "Oh: Perfect greet means "to salute In kindness
produce young men with alert rw Love" during the ceremony.Mrs. or respe t." Two dollars
minds, quick perceptions, and intelligent Alderman wore a cream I[ worth of kindness to an Okee-
reactions, ,and these satin gown with a flnger-tfp veil I i chobee TB victim, two dollars
traits were of the utmost value and accessories, and had a' bouquet I I' worth of self-respect and respectfor
in producing in record time a of white roses and pom- your community, Is not too
trained and successful armed : tt poms. The bride was attended i I i great a financial burden. It is,
force. by Miss Josephine Faraone, who' in fact, such a small thing, individually
Stating then that the winningof wore a blue net gown and pink that It slips your mind
world peace would be even veil. She had a bouquet of pink Grab it before it slips, right now,
more difficult than the winningof and peach rose sand pom-poms. and make your contribution to
the war, Mrs. Yawn listed the .. The bridegroom was attended by one of the most Important crusades
Improvements In our educational Pvt. Frank Reinike. The reception in medical history. Your
facilities which are Imperative If was held at Borderwlck Restaurant Christmas Seal money helps to
we are to have high level of uni in Fordham. discover and to provide treatment .
. versal education which will Completion of two portrait pastels in colors for the seaboard Mrs. Alderman graduated from for TB cases, and beyond
make a world peace possible. We Railway of its chief hostess and the recently named Florida Christopher Columbus High : that to finance the research work
must, she said, have 100 percent Tangerine Queen were completed this week for presentation by School, attended Hunter Collegeand 'which is being carried on Unceasingly
education Instead of the 75 per Miss Marjorie Arkell, of Sebring, local artist who is also work. the New York School of Bus to find some specific
cent now prevailing. We must Ing on portraits of two additional M-G-M stars who are complet iness. At the present she is employed drug which will cure tuberculosis
have better facilities for teach. ing final shootings of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' "The Year- by the Owens-Illinois without the long bed rest
ing. Mrs. Yawn said that al ling" "somewhere In Marlon County," where Miss Arkell will Glass Co., New York, N. Y. Mr. which is necessary today. Per.
though we have splendid teach spend some time during early December. The pastels will be Alderman attended school in haps you have read of a new
ers, they are handicapped by the used in publicity for "The Yearling" when the picture Is released Florida before entering the drug, a cousin of penicillin,
fact that they must use horse. next year with a premier at Radio City. Navy, in which he served aboarda which seems to be a hopeful can
and-buggy facilities! In an atomic Plans destroyer throughout the Amer. didate for this Imperative need.
were completed yesterday by representatives of the
age, for the education of the fu Florida Citrus Commission and the Seaboard Railway for a visit ican and European theaters of When such a drug Is discovered,
ture citizens of a united world. tested and in generaluse
of Queen Tangerine II and her party to Northern and Middle: war.After
We spend less, far less, for edu short ended forever
Western cities In the interests of Florida citrus. a honeymoon Mr. I we will have
cation than for tobacco and al. and Mrs. Alderman will make ]i the tyranny of tuberculosis overa
coholic beverages, in America. The queen, Miss Lorranlne Davis, of Orlando, and attractive their home in New York. Mrs. I fearful world. Do you want a
Our schools are crowded, under. chaperon, Miss Patricia Powell, senior nurse on the Seaboard Alderman will resume her position -I two-dollar stake in such a glorious
staffed, greatly in need of new Silver Meteor, will leave Winter Haven Friday on a two with Owens-Illinois Glass victory?
and up-to-date equipment, if edu weeks' itinerary that will include Washington, Philadelphia, New Co., while Mr. Alderman will attend II The following Okeechobee people
cation is to keep pace with the York, Boston and Chicago. Fordham University. have sent in their ChristmasSeal
and worldof .. .
changing developing I Wednes
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Mrs.today.Yawn's thoughtful talk, :I(I not too affluent county, 10 percent ,, It. I wish I could give due credit ,I II No.1, the West Coast highwayand Commerce Body hart day, November'Clifford Boyles 28th:, Bill Paul Barn.Bur-
statistics and 'I Is the limit So don't be surprised to these. Will someone who lives I Federal route 19 will probably Drops Airbase
buttressed established
by ; deshow, A. J., Boettger, F. F.
facts, and delivered'with if the highly trained and In this section and knows all the I be built first but that counties Marie Cle-
fojks/ volunteer to dive, arourd Stresses. 'Pogra Burr..W. H. Cheshire ...
an earnestness and forte outstandingly- efficient super. thnaughhich!: : the Bee Line t menu;; T. W. .Conely, Jr., J.""f: -
In pretty and visors grab the first offer of a with me and'tell me who lives will pass are vitally Interested (From Sebring American) H.
surprising one so Collins, Sr., Marion Cousart
I able to give them a much where? in getting right of
feminine in appearance, was one I county I' way through J. Crouch, Carl Durrance, John
the Rotarians will not soon for l: more lucrative Job than we can. As I went by the Mason house, their respective regions. Sebring's Chamber of Commerce Edwards, C. D. Harden, George
II(I That's human nature, and, con which I used to visit regularly I Lake Lytel, commissioner from did a Notre Dame shift Harde W. J. Hendry, E. H.
get.A number of guests were Ares trary to the opinion of some giving piano lessons to little Palm Beach county, said that this week, switching its efforts Hunt, B. E. Ingraham, Eunice
ent. From Okeechobee, J. Ho :, teachers, the supervisor is hu Betty-who Is little no longer-I West Palm Beach and Palm from Hendricks Field, which is Lamb ($4.00)), Robert LeMartln,
man. rubbed be that Beach county are interested In closing-to full of a comprehensive ''
mer Bible and Calvin Drawdy; my eyes to sure support J. D. McCarthy, Carrie McNeil,
from Pahokee, Tom Gartland; Dainty, pretty little Mrs. I this was the same place. Remodeled getting a start on the Bee Line water control program Dr. Maupai, R. B. Meserve, T.
from West Palm Beach, Jack Maude Yawn, supervisor over in painted a soft cream which would tie In with Federal around Lake Istokpoga, I H. Nix, Esta Page, J. N. Pease,
Baker, Lake Lytal, Cecil Vaughan -I Highlands county, has been color, it is really charming. j route 19 at Sebring and Tampa, since to thrive, Sebring definitely i Jr., Mabel Raulerson, Walter
and Jack Faircloth. pinch-hitting as supervisor In Thank you, with a nice curtsey, as this route would not In anyway needs a prolific-yielding back Raulerson, S. R. Ralfsnider, Car.
Two members were absent L. Okeechobee county until Super to Gilbert and Esta Page for the ,I Interfere with U. S. No. 1 country. +I lisle Thomas, G. C. Wallace, J,
his last intendent Durrance could recommend rejuvenated signboards.I on the East coast. The announcement was made
V. Conrath, attending H. Ward ($5.00), J. O. Wolff, Sr.
Rotary meeting In Okeechobee a full-time supervisor to wonder if I gripe loud enoughand I Drawdy declared that he and Tuesday before Sebring Lions I Adding your name to the list
before moving ,to Homestead, the State Board of Education, for I long enough about our the board would gladly cooperate during that club's regular weekly will take a very few moments-
was given an official farewell, Okeechobee county. This board' shaggy, ugly vacant lots in town, I with commissioners from meeting by Allen Altvater, executive don't fall to have It on next
with the appreciation of the club must pass upon the qualificationsof (It would do any good. Some of Palm Beach and Martin countiesin secretary of the Chamber of.I week's roster.
for his work In this community. {I the suggested supervisor and our good citizens have clearedthe .any way possible.} ,. !(I Commerce, who explained Just
Louis Scharfswerdt will be In approve the choice-naturally, lots adjacent to their prop- It was agreed oy those present f I why that body saw fit to work on MR. AND MRS. P. P. EVANS
charge of the program next since they have to pay him 90 erty and made attractive spots of' that the best move would be a project which-at first glanceis ENTERTAIN
week. percent of his salary and goodness them. Notably Mr. Stello, whose for each county through which entirely outside the bound -
I knows how many teacher corner is worth looking at and I the proposed Bee Line would I ary and province of the Immediate Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Evans entertained
I Prof. Williams is : pass to ask the state highway de. Sebring area.
THE GADFLYBy units of good cash money besides emulating. a few friends at their
Marjorie B. Wallace I to the county. clearing the lots east of his partment to furnish surveys so I "We became Interested In the home Monday night, serving
There are, of course, educa- place, and although it means a that they could secure highway I 'Poga project in a backhandedsort roast ribs, salad, 'swamp cabbageand
Sez you, "What's all this abouta tional requirements for the job lot of hard work, the results will !, deeds In their respective coun of way," said Altvater, who coffee. Those present were:
County Supervisor of Schools?" ,I lof county supervisor, but even more than justify the task. I ties. II told how proponents of both sidesof Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Howell,
It is something new. The state more Important are the less know it seems like a good deal I I the 'Poga drainage issue ap Sheriff and Mrs. N. O. Stewart,
solons passed a law at their last'''easily assayed qualities of tact, to ask, that you spend time And FUNERAL SET proached the local civic body Mr. and Mrs. Victor Domer, Mr.
session, making it mandatory for I helpfulness, enthusiasm, abilityto money on property which per- I FOR FOUNDEROF seeking support. "Wisely, we I and Mrs. John Abney, Mr. and
each ana every county to have a get along with people In general haps doesn't belong to you. But INDIAN TOWN avoided taking sides until we Mrs. E. J. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
supervisor of schools, if said;' and the school faculties in it will enhance your own place knew more about the Issue," said I Bill Williamson of Indiantown,
county is to receive state aid for!! particular, without which the Immeasurably, ,and you may also STUART-Funeral services for Altvater. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCranie. Mrs.
teachers' salaries. Since each 1 supervisor would find himself or claim credit for being a public "Uncle Joe" Bowers, 76, pioneer "There are 70,000 acres of fertile Wade Snell, Mrs. Pauline Taylor,
and every county has to have 'I herself stymied at every turn benefactor-whatever good that I Florida cattleman and citrus muck soil in the 'Poga area I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kelley, Mr
said state aid or close up the I Personally, I'd rather scrub does you! grower who founded the Indian- and approximately 15,000 acres and Mrs. H. W. Dunn. Mr. R. A.
schools, each and every county floors for a living. I Played any tennis lately? The I town community here, will be of Improved pasture land; but I Burgess, who is famous for his
have a county The Gad-Fly, Chapter 2 courts are ready and they look what interested us at first was
will undoubtedly i held at his Indlantown ranch at sauce recipe, did the ,
supervisor. That, as the French I Today I meandered along the I splc and span and tempting. 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. the prospective payroll-and yield.I The Okeechobee County Chamber
Make of them folks. That's Bill Melvin, for instance, workeda
say, goes without saying. quiet, lovely woods roads beyond use Bowers, one of the most color. of Commerce wishes to ex
O. K., then. We must have a I and back of the school buildings.Do what they are there for. ful and picturesque of Florida hundred men at $3.00 a day In press appreciation on behalf of
supervisor-call it a snooper. you know what Nature has pioneers, began what Is now a one small section of the area, City of Okeechobee for the fine
visor, if you wish-some of the made a regular paradise of this BEE LINE ROAD PLAN thriving Florida community back which-roughly-totals $200,000 a cooperation of Tollle Bass, of Ft.
teachers do. But snooping is not I I section? The twisting roads DISCUSSED before the turn of the century year. Multiply this by the entire Pierce and Foreman Hadden, of
supposed to be part of the old.cla1'a I I bring you new beauty at every when he went back into the Interior acreage and the monetary turn the State Road Department, in
business. The supervisor is I I turn, and a peaceful, aun-drench A meeting of representatives of with a team of oxen and over is tremendous, a back country building up and rocking the
supposed to help every teacher, I ed silence lies on the green Palm Beach county commissioners established an Indian trading that will lend tremendous block of Parrott Av. at the City
leaf and and Chairman Calvin Draw support to Sebring, now that the
every principal, every county tangle of frond and post. Park. This spot formerly was
superintendent of schools, to coordinate I flower. Then, as suddenly as a dy, of Okeechobee county commission He Is widely known throughout war Is over. entirely under water after heavy
and smooth out and Improve snap, you come upon a little with the Okeechobee Florida, prominent member of "So many separate interestsown rains.
house-or house- County Chamber of Commercewas land in this area, however, "
and develop anything maybe a big I Martin County Cattlemen's AssocIation "We also appreciate, said
whatsoever which will make the i I and a yard and chickens and children held Tuesday afternoon at and a member of the Masonic and It :& put it so mtr.y varyinguses Manager Conrath, the work now
task of teaching easier or more and leave them behind you the Woman's club here to discuss Lodge. ," said Altvater, "that the being done on the state roads
efficient. I(Just as suddenly, swallowed up ways in which headway mightbe The Indlantown services at his cleverest distribution of taxation through Okeechobee by Foreman
Quite a Job, huh? I''in the lovely, Interlaced growth. made in pushing the! Bee Line home will be followed by Ma' would fail to do more than make Hadden, and his crew, which
The state pays 90 percent of I| I don't know who lives In the hlgway through this section. sonic rites and Interment at Fern the situation more complicatedand I have water holes In them." Tho
the supervisor's salary, the county -I houses. Some of them are fresh- Chamber Manager L. V. Hill Cemetery at Stuart. widen the breach between I City of Okeechobee says thank
must pay the other 10 percent I, ly painted, the yards spanking Conrath, chairman of the rr.eet- land owners in the area." Alt
and as much more as they clean, the fences straight, the ing, stated that people in this vater went on the explain that
feel inclined or are able to pay :I whole place as sweet and attractive section realized that such other I what might be reasonable taxa in The News
I the U. S. Subscribe to The News (Continued Page Two)
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Checd1L1bCc Ncfu5 progress for a long, long time. BRING YOUR D.S.C.
G ,fiLc aoDaC\ But then similar deadlocks have Needs
P l Printing
Published Every Friday by the occurred in the past FOOT
Okeechobee News Co., I' Okeeehf THOMAS nPEIUOH: arise again before the full development CHIROPODIST
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida F'c \'IconIii/ DECLARATION' Of of this area under con TOOkeechobee
1 + INDEPENDENCE IN THE HOWE of :rolled irrigation has been ac : Put Your Feet In My Hand
BRYANT BOWDEN .......... Editor i JACOB OUAFf.38 A BOICK.UVE12! :ompllshed. NewsELECTRICAL
Entered as wond elms matter Jell JEFTEliSCN VS APPOINTED iV THE i iI Phone 782 Fort Pierce, Pav
1. 1914 it the Post Office In O*_* CONTINENTAL{ CONGRESS ON31WC fir// I
bee, FI.,, under Act of Mar. 8. 871. ITW.TO PREPARE IM DRAFT MD
An offering of 1,700,000 shares of
us coMPterso\ rr we eo or inXAMB .
By ..
SUBSCRIPTION RATE -'*"' common stock In the newly organ I..x+:-<+>-: :+:-<.H.--o-.+:-<
One Year In advance ... .......ttM( MONTH I
Six Months IB .,hall" ........ I.O v/ ized Ktlier-Frazer Corp. made at WORK
Three Month In aet"lI.a ..... :rl $10 a share was speedily mapped Ma.la.ria.CHECKED
: up by investors last week. The con- !
cern will manufacture low priced IN T DAn WITX
ftHdlnr noHc. In local 111"1I" N P. P. EVANSHOUSE
mite a line. Rates for flsp'ay 4' cirs. I LIQUID far
tl 1nr furnished on application Clssstflee1 fff+ MALARIAL
aflTertleln J route esirt wend enterprtate > WIRING fa ft fa SYMPTOMS
lr Insmloa. AH items *
eondn ted for profit ire Advertise In The News j / / /TAke only M dlmtei
rhargeable It advertlsiug PItH. .. ...oooo .t

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Al*.rMilna bllle are e.iabi..5 the _

lit peblla"of Hell i ren sseBtk..lre4 Patties to pa*velnrva ta ad" *t.* This Thanksgiving{ Day above all others. Let Us

tlon (for Continued one group from would Pete 1)make Iiiiesi tlromoH t7dolq >ti rasn.T nNi a tr ... Remember.We Have Much To Be Thankful For-
Ma_*Putt i71K s riPt1 IsiSAMlid AtaOEAllsjt$auUllttO tit .
the land prohibitive for another, On1 MI wc a sSfMAb if 'a IMaaj MM1rttNw. -- -
as for Instance a rancher.In .A W*ant 101ctMATio1i aoorfat a tkt all
his opinion, Altvater, felt Of Ms.Il IiIcL M fl AO d N tfeos% F Oil.$VOsrw4blstDrl 1ir19tSi4t& M tit Let us be thankful that we attained a decisive Victory-
$m&Ni Ntmo F.L 4tMtIW +
that water control should be I In. !ti iTJ1lt vs4 IRiwnt3IIh11o.ML Tws iit I+O Tao $TAD$ MM 9 Wl Ml NMtT MMeMiI i that freedom and decency still live-that America was untouched -
established by the government so 0 N U,7M$19PES W $S'R 1$, M irawrw t N ulnif destruction t had united will to onthatwe
as not to prohibitively burdeh wn & vg $nn ua tT.TC, ,llwnstt I u m cup by we a carry
the land with taxation. The had Jeaders of great vision-that we had men and women of

speaker then went on to say that courage 1!
he had gone to Washington and I total of $1,170,0001 1 1I ,studies the engineering report,
to Jacksonville to see Col. Jones j I a grand down I which would take another year Let us never forget, however, that we barely attained the
finally pulled
before It was
of the U. S. Army Engineers in. I two then would follow final Let few months be-
$250,000 where or ; victory I us never forget that Germany was a
to approximately
support of promoting I
funds for a program of flood I'lit stands today. There is a definite action actually which available would during render 1951 funds or hind us in developing the atomic bomb. Let us never forget'that

control a practical map and control procedure In handling the 1952. on inuumerable occasions in both wars, our battles were won
of the watershed having already matter which Is long drawn out, I
"What the Chamber of Com with slender margins.
been studied and workedout embracing first the necessity ol
: merce proposes is to accelerate
by civilian engineers. a Congressional act providing ftinds I this routine of program. An ap Your personal thankfulness for the Victory will be mea-
"During the last boom, $96,000was for the appropriation of I
spent on this area, the in for an engineering survey of the propriation has already been authorized sured by your support of theVICTORY
1 for an engineering sur
and debts piling after which CongressWELCOME
terest ultimately :area; of the KIssimmee Valley basin -
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n and what is to
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have the Istokpoga area includedas
I II a tributary of this basin which I
.is legally possible. Istokpoga is
I I'the key to the watershed of this .
I area the land below this lyingso I
N I II as to be drawn by gravity at Okeechobee BankOFFICERS
I one foot to the mile through the I'' County
;; : entire length of this area." He
spoke of a processing plant at''
Okeechobee and a freezing plant C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD Vlce-Pres.
; at Orlando where Highlands pro N. R4.Y CARROLL, VlcePreiand Cashier
T i : duce is now handled.
G SoUr I I H.= O. Sebring next spoke, stat I DIRECTORS
ing that we must first be sold N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
t I on the Istokpoga area and its I W. ALLEN MARKHA, Jr. S. H. McDOUGALD E. M. MESERVEDENMARK'S
|I prolific possibilities. "One never J. 0. PEARCE
(knows who a stranger, might be I .. _._ ...... ..
who passes through the city, ------- --- - - ----- -
'.stopping long enough to ask __ ._ __ _n ___ __ _
BACK \about it. He described the 'Poga I II
(watershed briefly, stating that
To Your Job! I for every inch of rain in a given I II --- -- I,

I area produced fifty inches that
Of th.569 ol our Sunihme Service member.who I ultimately spilled into Istokpoga :
entered the armed service, 53 are already back each heavy rainfall causing the I II
know how glad Ne u their Sr
with and they
other Iflendlln the urn pV lake to overflow the surrounding
munity, are to have them I j I area sufficiently to cause extreme : OF OKEECH08EE
back permanently damage. He told how the recent
'E those
loved of c
To the ones rfys I
c .: I 11 who gave their livet in / I hurricane, the construction ,
/ the great cause goes our of roads and floods had made
..,A.,<";.JfJII h..rtfell.ymplthy that this '
'. sacnlice was necessary "t It necessary to postpone
Toth.hundreds still to comeback planned trips into the area with
'I lull remember that the an Important man whose visit!

welcome YOol'veIUdon.lqrlndlob.lnd you ve mat all com.will stay home out] until rAy lvsat' \meant"Last a time lot to I the talked area.to a local i Is one of the members of! the Chain of Furniture

we're anxiously looking/forward civic club, I .
was so optimistic
back r +
when you'll be
to the day
that land went up In value, taxes

4'\ Ret!C2.-.....w. r....... .J- were boosted and ultimately we
?1 /1/-\ sold poga..out our holdings In Istok I Stcrrs: t;erding! under !that name. However, it

"Prior to this meet.ng I never
POI' ''.! SET C0 1P.S\T: saw conditions: so blue there, saidH.
LGiilDA ....'.}"-\.:: ,. O. It appeared that every. is one independent store doing business in Okee-
-v."b"Y., \"" thli.g was going to pot; lawsuits
were in progress everywhere and

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I others in the group, still we have the advantage

I of quantity buying which keeps our prices far

below other furniture stores who do not have

LOST-Sunday on Highway between Okee-
this advantage in buying.

chobee, Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade 111

and LaBelle large khaki bag of canvas con- ..

taining half of piece of merry-go-round tent.
We Cordially Invite You, to Come In

Finder notify

and Look Our Stock Over


Care of Carnival LaBelle. Fla. -




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porkland the day after the OPA Certificate No. 127, Year of For Four
'' (III 2.000-Hor
withdrew the demand for meat ]Issuance 1943.Description CLASSIFIED ADS
ni! SOCIAL NEWS ration points. And thereby hangsa of property: Lot Power Locomotives

tale, in fact little .- .............. ....... ..
seven curly 1, Block 9, Railroad Addition. "" : : : : : : >0- -:--:-: : : :--:-: :--:":":-

III I:':: !r:_?:'; :; ; : .'t. S3-.===9.-.S i I tails. Name In which assessed: Ed. The Seaboard Air Line Railway $50.00 REWARD for return of my
The blessed barnyard event German.All has pieced an order for four two
bird named taken from
dog -
EIGHTH I Present: was tipped off by Walter (Porky I of said property being In thousand-horee diesel
power .
Mlcco Nov. 8th S A. BELCHER.
CLASS TO Pig) Winchell who waited patiently the County of Okeechobee, State locomotive to be delivered lome- II |
PROGRAMThe Yet to throughout the enlivened' of Florida.
: scene until the last of the litter Unless such certificate or certificates I[ time 1946, during the first quarter of FOR SALE A 3-year-old horse,
eighth Russell Collins. put In an appearance whereuponhe shall be redeemed according officials of the railroad announced < broke to ride at $125. Ernest Campbell
Class will Mary Alberta called out, "that-tha-that's all, to law, the property described I from Norfolk today. .
of Dickens' I folks" and Mrs. Pig sighed in relief in such certificate or cer- Under construction by Electric-I I
mas Carol" : Ardel Breland. to learn that the OPA didn't Iflcates will be sold to the highest Motive Division of the General '
meeting at : : Polly Green even have a representative pres bidder at the court house lotora Corporation at LaGrange, | FOR SALE 53-acre farm with
day evening, ent. Nor did Henry Wallace wire door on the first Monday In the Hinols, the itreamllnen are 71 house and barn. All fenced. About
auditorium. : Dorothy Roy Gudal that one of the pigs month of January 1946, whichIs feet long, stand 15 feet above track 20 acres cleared On Trout Creek,
Scrooge's must be plowed under. the 7th day of January, 1946. level and weigh 3:5,000 pounds ailece. five miles out on Road 29. Ernest
portrayed as : Carol Han One sad note cast a shadow on Dated this 13th day of November Each locomotive has twelve I
Cratchet Arnold. )the happy event, however, when 1945. drive wheel and four motors that Campbell.
Those : Ed Burdeshaw. Mrs. Pig Inadvertently rolled upon (Seal) Mabel P. Raulerson, generate enough power to drive the
: one of the seven and crushedIt Clerk of the Circuit Court of .
Scrooge: leek speedsters at better than 85 TEACHER available Matter'
: Nancy Louise to death, so that Roy now
Worley : can Okeechobee County, Florida.
miles hour.Approximate .
per Degree, Florida Life Certificate for
Ghost of : recite that famous poem "We Are
Fezzlwig\ : David Seven," and 'can honestly shed a cost of the four Biology; Home Economical; Science
Jackie Mae Campo tear when he comes to that line, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR units, all designed for fast passenger Junior Grades Writ Eliiabetk
I I I' "One of us in the churchyardlies TAX DEED runs, If $700,000. McDermott, Lakeland, Fla.

.. shoppers, ," but can smile again whenI -
all other memo I I I he t' lls of the six remaining lit I Notice Is hereby given that B. .
Mrs. Ruby tle pigs who went off to marketat C Swain, the holder of the following :, -
., Instructor. I 45 cents a pound. certificate, has filed said
The cute, little tikes arrived certificate for a tax deed to be
L:: =: !i: : spent the with shiny, black noses, and Issued thereon The certificate

weekend in Jack. highly polished and manicured number and year of Issuance, ji PIANOSWe
Sunday honor guest at toenails with that soft, tender the description of the property,
Saturday in the skin the corner butcher so much and the name m which It was t
of Geoorge Wash loves to touch when a customer assessed are as follows: 1
i Mrs. Neil Alford, asks for a mess of chlttlin's. I Certificate No. 104, Year of 1 JI can now deliver PIANOS in Okee-
Democratic Clarence Gudal, on the road Issuance 1943.DescrIption.
chobee and have several, reconditioned
for Table Supply has a priorityon
Lot 7,
of property:
ARTURO COAST"j 1 I the pork but there is rumor Blk:, 76, City of Okeechobee. UPRIGHT PIANOS at moderate prices.
that one of them will to Hollywood
go Name In which Un
to go into training for the known. CAN BE SOLD ON
Job now held by Porky Pig when [
All of said property being In Full Information Write
A MEDAL I he joins the next film strike with the County of Okeechobee, Stateof :>'
Seniors Jimmle Cagney and the rest of Florida.

I the boys. Unless such certificate or certificates .
Ferguson, princi- shall be redeemed according LEGGETT MUSIC CO.
High Scvhool, NOTICE OF. APPLICATIONFOR to law, the property described -
Friday to nominate lo- TAX DEED In such certificate or certiflcates .
Doable t compete for ten will be sold to the high PIANOS INSTRUMENTS MUSIC
in the annual Notice Is hereby given that E. est bidder at the court house' I
competition R. Tindel and Annie Tindel, the door on the first Monday In the I 522 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, Fla.
Rollins College\ holder of the following certificate month of January, 1946, whichis I Phone 5697
Fla. I has filed said certificatefor the 7th day of January, 1946 I
over 5,000 high a tax deed to be issued there. Dated this 19th day of November 1'I I
to compete on. The certificate numbers and 1945
this year. years of issuance, the description (Seal) Mabel P. Raulerson, -
I of superior aca I of the property, and the names Clerk of the Circuit Court o f
NAVAL I eligible. Nom In which it was assessed are as Okeechobee County, Florida. Advertise in The Okeechobee News

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Withdraws II e bring new blood to the South. Many young of

"SUNDAY I Points j I ,wrt: : c INE' men from other sections who received their the "
y 'vr ..anM aar
", e4. \9r r/J w training in southern camps will return and, son
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"TilE FLA American) '! Y ", '.* < make their permanent homes in the South fre. '
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seven little pigs who I t' ---- ,-- 1 df
: charmed the South's congenialcH E A'
will go to market with a clear were by -
II I kill <.,. mate and the quiet, manners' fits tan i ',
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I i .. y-,>.) Ir. ..- '., '; pie They saw with their own yes fertile p1Ot ,

If f c 1d, su1' ,'"'Jf s'>:''':; >: ;. lands that will produce a variety- o7"yeajk will
ti round They in the 'y
I' B Y crops. saw pasturelands, Intwnm

TO THE BUILDERS OF'i iOKEECHOBEE E t 7 JA. VICTORY I : '*. the which year provide, wonderful green dairying grazing possibilities.two-thirds of pr

"' They were impressed by the fact that egg no
; -- BONDS : production and poultry raising are at the awl '
j .:.: peak in midwinter when these products of wit}

: I a the farm are at the lowest ebb in the colder T
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., 4 golden harvest from the egg d'poultry industry me

PORTLAND CEMENTSTEELWINDOWS i a" 4 is 3,00fmilesfrgm( the big markets' tra f '

A 144 ER 1 .NEW of the east, while the afeVagedjstancejfrom ma
? ,r, <* <% v i-Tifc ?SMV' &! the South to these markets is less than a thou T s'kk

, 1 -.. i INDUSTRIAL- FRONTIER t %" ; ,' -, sand miles Quick transportation will put wer't'w
;; : fresh vegetables
.. < : on eastern dinner tables 24 mat s'J
MASONRY CEMENT I t ,,a ,, hours_after the vegetables are gathered. ''
.. to"restedin a ,,4 pie.
I II ; itiotf 0i; i gdust a'p ant 't Every c're of fertile land in the South is "

AND .. I "'; r ites or distribution facilities IR tiie $outhealt' an inexhaustible diamond mine, but the diamonds
tt'slia b 'a y are in the form of rich sub-soils which Ian .
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:will produce a variety of twelve
ROCK SCREENINGS .. I II A yJ4ta onIL:'1 r f to tr! siafi JP ( oiyal able x ;v'r ln"the ai crops months ro wh ""
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'; !tnduitrlal,pasibilibes to o i ern'tolyt A ; I. promising section of the nation. In an eco T

REINFORCING STEEL i angtiirtes will recelveprompt a cafldentiai "... nomic sense, the South has turned its face pr

I '!.FAFetds; lssfs n k '' '?'> vt away from the past and is viewing the future pc

IF INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE t rest ecnfl ilm sr n "t"eti n" ,with hope and confidence. the. '
.:. The South will
I I@I"'I'IIi"W' II q. w welcome these young men c1Im .,
,'1- ) who have "
42 the vision to recognize and appreciate -
I ;ter ATLANTIC its possibilities. ;

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While the congress continues to claimant, and shall be sworn to by described lands In Okwchobee County, I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB Lot 1 except RR B-
s the claimant Florida to-wit TAX DEED Lot 1 except UK K W. See 0-38-39 Lots 1.I and 8 to 12 Inc., Blk. t,
worry about "unemployment/ Dr. agent, or attorney, Lots 1 and T. Blk. 46 South Okee Notice Is hereby given that James Lot 14 and E* of Lot 13, Blk. 8 Powell's 8-D

executive vice- and any such claim or demaand not chobee Durrsuce, the holder of tbe following and beg. from Unncock M-C between Lots T, 8 and 9, Blk. 2, Powell's
E. L. Newcomb, Lots 4, T, 8 and 9, Blk. 103 City ofOkeeohob. certificates has filed said Sections 1 and 9, run S.DLot.
president of the National Wholesale so filed shall be void.MABEL ... certificates for a tax deed to be Issue1 8ERLY! along M-li 109988 ft to 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. S, Powell's
P, RAULERSON Lots 1. 2 and S, Blk. 188, City of thereon. Certificate numbers and years NW line of WesleyHarvey property 8DLol.
Druggist Association, states Okeecbobee. of Issuance, the description of the for POD I thence 8 all deg b1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 4, Powell's
need As Administratrix of the Lots 11 1:!. 16, IT. 19 and 20, Blk. property and the names la which It 21 minutes. W 402Vi ft to IT min.
that the natlon'i drug 57. City of Okeecbobee was assessed are ae follows water level to polot to TRUSTEES' OP THE INTERNAL
10,000 pharmacist and research Estate of.Roy Ratford Lots 6 and T. Blk 77, City of Okee Certificate No. 44, Year of Issuance and parallel wltP projected SB IMPROVEMENT FUND

Raulerson, deceased chobee 1941. line of Wesley Jf_rvey propertyN OF TUB STATE OF FLOR-
workers. Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Elk 2, Great Certificates. Nos. C2 and 09 Year of 35 deg 21 P in.( B 308 ft., IDA
First publication November 16, 1945 Lakes 8/D. Issuance 1142.Certificate NWERLY along Hancock M-L BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Lots 10 and 11, Blk. 1S3, City of No. 31, Year of Issuance 444'%" ft. See 1HI M OF EVERGLADES DRAIN.
Okeechobee 1943. Lots 3 and 4, Blk. 1,. fewell'l. S-D AGE DISTRICT
Rest satisfied with doing well, NOTICE Lots 1 to 6 Inc., Blk 1S4, City of Certificates Nos. 17 and 22 Year of Lot 9. Blk. 8, Pow | '. S-D By ROY R. -

and leave others to talk of you as Okeechobee County, Florida, Okeecbobee.Lots Issuance 1IM4.Certificates Lots 1 and 2, Blk 6*, City of Okee- for Trustees RAULERSOX of : Agent
the Internal
November 19, INS 1 to 12 inc., Blk. 27, South Nos. 10 and 12, Year of cbobeWVi Improvement
they please. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat Okeechobee. I Issuance 11M5.Description: of SE'end 49! M of SEW!: Sec for Board of Fund and
pursuant to Section 0 ef Chapter of Jrop.rt'l I 4, Twp. 84. Rge. $ Everglades .
1 21I6. Laws of Florida Acts of 137. Lots 1 to 12''Inc., Blk. 28, South Lots 22. 2.1 all T. Baesengor SE 4 of SEVi, Sec 4, Twp 34, Bge Okeecbohee Drainage DIs.trtet
known as tbe MUIU'HY ACT and In 1 Okeechobee Park 8-D. 3:1: Florda County,
pursuance of Chapter 20038. Laws of'' Lot 13 Sec 4, Twp 33. Rge. 3.1 Lots 1 to 4 Inc. V\t.\ 83, City of
The true source of cheerfulness Florida. Acts of 1841. known as the Lots 1 to 12 Inc, Blk. 89, City of Lot 27, Sec 12. Twp 35: Hge 33. Okeechobee. twill
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DlS.I Okeechobee. Name In which assessed Jerry he offered for sale at public ent. THIS NOTICE) IS PUBLISHED: la
Is benevolence.-The soul that perpetually TIUCT ACT. the following described will\ be offered for sale at public outcry Ford : O. O. Blanchard and 0. A. cry for the highest ,hd best cash hid compliance with Sections 253.12 and
I land situated In Everglades Drainage bid. Lan gheret. subject to the right of the Board ot ,25313 Florida Statutes. 1941.
overflowi with kindnessand LHatrlct In Okeeckobee for the highest and beet cash All of said property. being In the
County, FlorIda Commissioners of JW"rglndc-s Drain I THE PURCHASER
subject to the of the Board of IS to the
will be offered for sale right County of Okeecbobee, State of FlorIda hoard pay
will always be cheerful at public Commissioners of Everglades Drainage age District and/or of County advertising cost.
sympathy outcry for the highest and best cash I Commissioners of ok !chobee County, THE TRUSTEES OF
bid subject to the of True Dlitrlct. and/or Board of County Unless such certificate or certificates INTERNAL
.Parke Godwin. right tbe of Florida to reject ab9 and all bids IMPROVEMENT FUND
tees of tbe Internal ImprovementFund Commissioners Okeechohee Count shall be redeemed according to at Ibo (Courthouse beginning at 10'no reserve the
right to
bid reject and all
Florida and all bllde.
to reject any
and of the Board of Commissioners ef any law, the property described In suck> o'clock A. M. on the 10th day of November BY ORDER of the
at the Courthouse, beginning at 11'1'00 Trustees of the
Everglades I Drainage District to reject certificate or certificates will be sold 1945. Easement for drainage
end ell bide o'clock A. M. on the 17th day of December -Ito bidder at the eonrt Internal Improvement Fund of the
any at the Conrlhouee, the highest and reclamation and\ road purposeswill State of Florida.
NOTICE In-finning at 10:00: o'cJock< A. M. on the i 1045. Easement for drainage I house. door on the first Monday In the be reserved Millard F.
CaldwelL Governor
Notice Is hereby given that I will 17th day of December 1901AI: to all and reclamation and road purposeswill month of December 1945. which Is BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ATTEST :
lands outside the corporate limits ef be I I the Sri dny of December. 1949. OF EVEKftr.ADES DRAIN F. C. Elliott Sec
not be responsible for any debts or any municipality, as of this date, HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS! Doted tbls let day of November AGE DISTRICT Trustees I. I. Fund
title to one half of all petrollum and OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE 1(145: andBOARD
obligations which my former wife, three-fourths of other minerals will DISTRICT SOPHRONIA PEASE OS1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Clara Incur. lie referred by Trustees of the Inter Clerk of Circuit Court of : : OF OKEECUO-: IX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
Tripp, may nnl Improvement Fnnd | If lande arewithin BOAIID OF COUNTY COM- Okeechobee County, Florida BEE COUN-fV, FLORIDA JUDGE IS ADJOR OKEECHONOTICE -
Dated at Okeechobee this 9th day said corporate limits as of MIOSIONFIH! OKEBCHO- Seal) __ By ROY R. JtAeLIII OS. BEE COUNTY FLORIDA
this dnte the reservation applies bnt BEE COUNTY.: FLORIDA Clerk of tl>v Circuit Court of IS liE : ESTATE 011'
of November, 1945. privilege to explore mine and develops By MABEL P. RAULERSON NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO Okeechobee County. }Florida HENRY T. BASS lR.
J. H. TRIPP. will be conducted on and on- Clerk of the Circuit Court HELL LAND us agent (Of said Boards LECEASED.
der lands only with the consent of Clerk of the Circuit Court of NOTICE IS 1IE.HEBY GIVEN that By SOPI1l'OSI.l'EAE., OF PROBATE
the surface owner. Easements for Okeechodee County, Florida, pursuant to Section 15: (I), Chapter Deputy Clerk TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
road right of way 200 feet wide will as agent for said Boards. 20II5S.' Lane of Florida Acts of 1941 iT'lf E ESTATE OF SAID
NOTICE TO CREDITORS be reserved i1 Trustees from and Section 1)7. Chapter 14717. Laws DECEDENT:
thrugha By Sophronlu Pease, Deputy Clerk of i 931, as amended NOTICEOKEECHOBEE
any parcel which there Is an I of Florida. Acts Teu
Probate Act Sees. 119 120)) I. 20058. Laws of COUNTY FLORIDA are hereby notified that a
(1933 existing state road and easement for by Section 11, Chapter written Instrument purported be
COUNTY drainage! and reclamation and for Floildn, Acts of 1041. and also pursiliint October. Ifl 1043 the last will and to
testament of
IN THE COURT OF road purposes will be reserved by the Tallahassee, Florida to Section 42 Chapter 20722. NOTICE IS HCUJ2DY GIVEN that decedent has been
JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, Board ot Commissioners of Everglades November 8th 19(3: I Laws of Florida Acts of 1941 as pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter lu said court. You are hereby to probate com
Drainage District NOTICE amended by Section 19 Chapter 22079 I 1S2W, Laws of Florida Acts of 1037 manded within nli calendar '
FLORIDA, IN PRpBATE. Description NOTICE In hereby given that the Laws of Florida, Acts of 11143 and known as the MURPHY ACT. and In from the date of the first publicationof months'
ESTATE "OF Lots 7. 8-and 0, Blk 123, City of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Section 41. Chapter :IW722. Laws of pursuance of Chapter mit, Laws of title notice to In said court
IN RE appear
Okeechohee Fund of the State of Florida will ; Florida, Acts of Wl. ns amended bySection Florida. Acts of 10. 1, known as the and show cause If why
ROY RAIFORD RAULERSON, Lot 12, Blk. 57. City of Okeecnonee. offer for sale, for competitive\ bids, In 21. Chapter 2' 079. Laws of EVEKOLADHS PItAINAGIS DISTRICT the action of Mid court any you In admitting can
Lots 1 to 10 and 13 to 20 Inc., Blk. Tallahassee, Florida nt 11:00: o'clock I Florida Acts of 1943. the foilowbaUkeechubee ACT the following described said will to probate should not stand
Deceased 5. Southwest Addition. A. M. December !<
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER BOARD OP COMMISSIONED lowing described, lands In Okcechobco Florida to-wIt I District In Okeecnthpe. County, Florida.
OF EVEROLADE3 DRAIN. County: Lot 9. IMk. 152 City of OkeechobeeLots will be. offered for sole at public T. W. COMELY JR..
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- AGE DISTRICT Beginning .t the N. E. Cornerof T and 8, Blk. 2. South Okee outcry for the highest and, best cash --County JudgeIN
TRUSTEES OK THE' INTERNAL Tract No. 24 of the Eagle Rayall'I' cbobee' bid subject to Ibo tight. of the Trustees -
MANDS AGANIST SAID ESTATE: IMPROVEMENT FUND : n. recorded In Plat Book Lob :23. 4 and 8, Blk. 207, City of of the IntThHl ImprovementFund I JT-nOE COURT IN AND OF FOR THE OKEEC COUNTY O.

OF THE STATE OF FLOK. 1. Page 81. Records of OkeecboheeConntv. Okeeebobet and of the Hosrd' of Commissioners BEE
You and each of you are hereby IDA. Florida : and run thence Loll II, 6, 11 and 12, Blk. 17, South of rvcrgln'Ks Drainage District ; IN RE :COUNTY ESTATE: FLORIDA.OF
II'IIJoL! : P. HAULERSON. Agent g. M degrees .111 min, E, B ,16 feet Okeecbobee to reject any iml' all bids, at the HENRY T. BASS JR.
notified and required to present any for Trustees of the Internal (m.proy.menl thence R. 8* degrees 4fl min W. Lute H and 0, Blk. 48 South Okeecbobee Conrtbotme beginning at 10'00 DECEASED. ,

Fund and for Board 10754: ft. thence N. M degrees 38 clock A. M.. on eba 19th day of November
claim. and demands which
or Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Blk. 9. Riverside
you I of Commissioners of Everglades min W. 311.3 ft. thence N. 27 degrees Park Addition 1945.: As to all parcels of land You and each of you are hereby

either of you, may have against the Drainage District Okeechobee M min. E. ITS:: 4 ft. to Point Lots 8. 9 and 10. Blk. 131. City of I of ten acres or more, title to one-half of notified and required to present soy
County, Florida of BortnnlniJ containing 9.30 Okeechobee of petroleum and three-fourths claims and demands which you or
estate of Roy Raiford Raulerson, acres In Sections 8 and 17. Township Lots 1. 2. 8. 8, 9. 10 and 11. Blk. 76, I other minerals will be reserved by either of von may have against the
deceased, late of said county, to the NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO 3* South. Range 8En.t: City of Okeechobee Trustees of the Internal Improvement estate of Henry T. Bass, Jr., deceased,
SELL LAND Till! NOTICE IS PUBLISHED In R'Iof NEV4 of NEV4, Sec. 13: Twp, Fund. Easements for road right ofWA late of said county, to the county
County Judge of Okeechobee County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that compliance with Sections 25312: and "7. Hp-e 38 \' 200 feet wide vlll he reserved by judge of Okeechobee County Florida,

Florida, at his office In the pursuant to Section IS: ((1)). <'hapterM5S 25111: Florida Statutes 1941. Lots 1. 2, 3 nll'3 to 10 Inc.. Blk. said Trustees, from. any' parcel through. within eight calendar months from
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941 THE Pt'KCTTASER In to pay the 11. Ither8l.li' Park Addition watch JbJ- .o i -.- the date of the first publication of

court house of said County at Okee and Section IT. Chapter 14717. Lawsof advertising cost. Lots 6 and 7. Blk. 90 City of Okeechohee i 11111 asi.cr-.: try 4cr..e. in'1eclatritl'n .. this notice. Each claim or demand
Florida Acts of 1931. ns amended THE TKI'S'IF.ES OF INTERNAL I :: : ) -r? It -' must be In writing and must state the
chobee, Florida, within eight calendar Florida 11, Chapter SOWS. Laws of IMPROVEMENT FUND reserve the Lot H, Blk. 232: City of Okeecho- \1.1! a: lI'.l b? tbs Board of plnee of residence and post office address -
months from the time of Acts of 1041 and also pursuant right to reject allY and nil bids I hoe. LLItr11U.tI 01 .:: '.'"..il ::. J: .- of the claimant and must be
thefirst to Section 42. Chapter 20722. BY ORDER of the Trustes of the Lota 8. 10 and 11. Blk. 152: City Of ace D1e'r1c'! 1 sworn to by the claimant his agent
publication of this notice. Each Laws of Florida Acts of 1041. us Internal Improvement Fund of the Okeecbubee Pe'c..tton or his attorney or the same will become *
amended by Section 19 Chapter 22071) State of FlorMa., I Lots 7 to 10 Inc., Blk. 153: City of t.rt T. r1.: !.' 2tr: M Cl.-ho". void according to law.
claim or demand shall be In writing, Laws of Florida.. Acts of lilt:!. and IILL.\UO p. CAiDWELL Okeechobee Lots 1. 4 !. t i mud 12, Blk. 11.Wright's This 2Sth day of September. 1945.

and shall state the place of residence .- Section 44. Chapter 20722.: Laws of Governor I Lot 4. I'.lk. 1ST, City of OkeechoheeLots Flrnt Add HENRY THOMAS BASS, SR.,
Florida Acts of lilt 1. ni amended by ATTEST : 1 to 7 Inc. ; Sty of NE<4 : NH Lots :.1 and 12 iHk. 78 City of Okee Executor of the Estate Will and
and post office address of the Swtlon 21 Chapter 22079. Laws of F. r Elliot Sec of SEt, except RR R-W and that chobee Testament of Henry T, Bass Jr.
Florida Acts of 1941 tbe following I I Trustees I. I. Fund I part N of SAL n,. Sec 4-35-30 Lots L, I.. and 0. Blk. 252 City of Deceased
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