The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1946
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).
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Volume _31-Number 28 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 4, 1946 Price Five Cents


Service Men DEN PENS LAST FRIDAY NIGHT Chairman for the CHURCH HERE JAN. 11TH Association, Urges; Everyone Over 15 !II

Twenty-six boys and girls and The five Epplty Sisters Gospel

the World Over young married couples enjoyed a Victory i Clothing Quintette, a of Manchester Okeechobee Pa.will To Be On Hand for X-Ray Monday'tM.: \

barbecue and picnic at the Whidden appear at the Methodist .. _.
Pens near here last Friday night.I Church, Friday evening,, January 11 \
Reagan Womack has received his vitally The State Board of Health's mobile county-wide survey to loests early e I
Most of tilt boys attending were Clothing i Is necessary to at 730.
.\ discharge from the Army Air x-ray unit w11be\ on hand here tuberculosis has been held In Okee
leave from the Army or The five sisters render I
Forces' home on combat epidemics In Europe, China a deeply
and arrived In Okeechobet ist early Monday morning, redy to chobee' county Formerly when the I
Navy ,or those Just discharged and and the Philippines, according to spiritual program featuring vocal
was a get-together for them. cabled advices from relief workers quintettes, soprano and alto solos make a chest picture of every man, x-ray trailer has been here, activities

Malcolm Simmons left this mornIng Those attending were' Mr. and in all liberated areas, Allen Markham artistic piano playing and numberson woman and child over 15 years,.of have been confined to schoolchildren

; to return to the Naval Air Station Mrs. Frank Barber Mr and Mrs local chairman of the Victory the' following Instruments age In -the entire community.The teachers, food handlers and

at JackionvllU after spending Russell Corner Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Clothing] Collection declared today. Vibra-harp, violin, electric Hawaiian huge, modernly equipped certain other specialized groups.
; "* two weeks here' Watford, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Rsu- clothing Now: however,' every Indlvlduar from I
The nation-wide drive guitar, saxophone, accordionsand trailer will be located In the park
house to.houle', It urged to take advantage
lerson, Mr. and Mrs. Salter Wat- for overseas relief Is being con- cathedral chimes Their recent way and will\ be operated all day '
: \Jack El lodge, who Is attending ford, Misses Betty Barber, Phyllis ducted on behalf of UNRRA (the concert tours have included leading Monday and Tuesday. The trailer Is of the free service; ,1,*!*.

aval School In Tennessee, Is spend Casen, Sylvia Snell, Jean Lee Rau- United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation churches and radio stations In the coming to Okeechobee at the Invitation I Assisting .Mr. Durrance! and Mrs

ing a leave here with hit parents, lerson, Gloria Hendry, Betty Mason.1) Administration), from Janu- United States and Canada: of the local Tuberculosis Association Rae Boettger, who Is in charge of

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Elledge. Mildred Mason, and ary 1 to 81st. President Truman Thousands .have heard this group, of which Carl Durrance Is Tuberculosis Seal Sales, this weekI

Graves, Malcolm Simmons, Albert I said the campaign is imperative churches have been crowded to capacity executive secretary Ruth Stuart Allen, director'Hea'fth of

Mf. and- Mrs. J. H. Walker, ST., Melton, Jack Paige, Harvey Ham- and called upon Henry J. Kaiser, and many turned away The Mir. Durrttnce urged today that Information. State Board ef. .
received telegram yesterday from rick, Damon Walker, Jimmy Bre Health.
i West Coast Industrialist, to be its girls have appeared in many every Individual assume personal responsibility
their son, Staff Sergeant Woodrow land, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ber- Inatlonal chairman churches of 35 different denominations for making the survey

"Walker, who has ,served with the ger. I Cities, the reports state, .have the past four years They are : the success It should be. He pointed ATTENTIPN FARMERS

army In the Pclfle for the past two been suffering serious epidemics of graduates of Wheaton Colege of out that It is an astet to the cityto

years In which he says he has ar : Fires Are Due to pulmonary tuberculosis, baclllary Wheaton, 111., the Dunmlrt Schoolof i I know exactly how many cases of January 15, 1945, is the cutoff
rived .In Los Angeles, Cal., and Is I '
dysentery, typhoid fever, dlptberla, tuberculosis
1I.IUllc", Harrisburg Pa., and are there AREN'T, as well date for reporting soll-building
on his way home. He will arrive. pneumonia, scabies and various at present special vocal students of as how many there are within its practices carried out in 1945, 'ac
here In about ten days.Mrs. the Indifference
I skin diseases caused by
exposure Messiah Bible College, Grantham, borders t I cording to Clifford R. Boyles, county

received and malnutrition Pa. The public ,I. cordially invited The procedure of having an x-ray I agent. He urges every farmer par

, letter this Morris week Barnett from her husband a, i of Many People million In France people where homeless the war, the left Infant two fo attend and is urged to come Is simple and quick. More than 100 I ticipating in the agricultural! conservation

j Sgt. Morris Barnett, In' which he death rate has climbed to 75 early. : persons cnn be x-rayed every Tiour.Mr. program to' report his
be able to home per : Durrance said the State Boardof practices carried out In- 1945 to his
says he hopes to get I Orleans, La., Jan. 1. Responsibility cent of the country's birth rate. a
Barnett Is with New Mr. and Mrs. Delton Harden .of Health believes that 500 chest county office by that day.
sometime -St.
dollars The bombed-out people of Hollandare
for 300 Miami visitors spending
the In tht Pacific and has Monday pictures a day Is a reasonable response All reports must be accompaniedBy
Army 'damage to Southern forests by fireduring' living In chicken\ runs and leaky and Tuesday In Okeechobee .
with i
but to'expect. Invoices or other evidence for
sufficient points to get out with
i Is placed shacks, and are suffering from skin
\ the past decade Mrs. J. T, Hancock
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Is family. This Is the first time that seed and fertilizer applied
due to the work his outfit doinghe I a
ailments From
upon & careless and Indifferent pub Greece come letters I e

has been delayed. lie by Clyde J Baser, southern manager ( telling of thousands living In mountain I
: for the American Forests Pro- caves.. --
Cpl. James M. Brelund who has ducts Industries, Inc., In an article One such letter says I "For twen '

spent the past two years in the entitled "Tlllamook Burn Was a I I ty-three months we did not see tht; I 1
Okeechobee last
Army returned to 'Mere Bonfire" appearing in the I r sun Now we have come back to the .
week and Is spending two months Christmas Issue of Southern Lumberman village but It has been burnt from

here with his family. t pl. Breland I one end to the other. We have built

spent ten month. In Germany while Of the total national forest acre- some shacks from trees. The women t

overseas. He received his discharge age burned In 1944 the eleven I are practically naked. They are 1 1

before returning home but re-en Southern States contributed 85 ashamed to walk around 'out ,doors. \ JUST ARRIVED

listed In the Army for another percent, hll states, and adds that The men wear loin cloths made of

three years. three-fourths of the fires were deliberately burlap. We have \Ono clothes We ,

\ ] set. This challence to the don't know what It{! means any more I" '
__ Nesl l T1n"ih, sr., i'
3fr. "end Mrs. I
South ,
futute prosperity of the : .rrn to wear'ahocs. Thr: erly'! heIr' w+ ask '
received a telegram yesterday from be met only by arousing the publicto j Is for shoes and clothing to cover j.....5e..

their son Neal Hough, Jr., In which the need for placing all forest our nakedness. 1

he said he had arrived back In Norfolk lands in protected areas and to the A cablegram from China stated!II -ea-

Va., after upending many necessity for the enforcement of "Bed-ridden and helpless persons ..

months In the Pacific and hopes forest protection laws I I having no change of garments suffer .

that he will get a leave to come I 'Forest fire prevention." Baser dysentery cholera and similar

home before going to sea again. He ,' says, "Is the best Investment the I II 1 infectous diseases with the result

is on the U. S. S. Mathews and has : South can make; it will give so they are lying I nindcscribable filth .

been In the section of the Philippines much for so little; It will retain which is likely to reinfect them and '

and Korea. I present wood-using Industries which to contaminate others. The sick Plenty of Worrell Snow Capped

rank among the three largest contributors helpless and even well persons often
Pearl Harbor, T. H.-(Special to to the economic wealth of are drenched and have no dry clothIng. -
Okeechobee News)-S-Sgt. Rennlce I the South and will provide materials ."

H. Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. I for the expansion of plants "The cold weather adds the threat PURE LARDTENDERIZED

K. Padgett, of Okeechobee! Florida' now In operation and for the establishment of gangrene and deaths from exposure.

Is on his way home. 'I of new ones; it will build Finally, the serious need I 1I '.
Padgett Is one of 3,116 high-point new homes, pay increased taxes, I
for clothing extends to normally
veterans whom the "Magic: all I
Army fill pay envelopes, and make self-sufficient classes, particularlywhite
Carpet Is bringing back to the States business and II
types of professions '
collar, educational and governmental .U.5U.
aboard the U. S. S. Montrose and more prosperous.The I
employees whose Income
the U. S. S. Lander. I
has fallen sharply below living
The U. S. S. Montrose and Lander
sale catalog for the Jan. 18
,' costs. These groups have long since .
-two of more than 300 carriers,) Brahman sale] at Ocala comes off '
sold needed clothing as well as
battleships, cruisers, and attack I: the press this week with 60 head
other possessions to secure funds
transports In the Navy's famed offered by 21 consignors Included SHOULDERS
I for food.
"Ma: ;!ic Carpet" fleet] -left Guam,| are 20 bulls and 15 females ,
. From Czecholovakia, where the
December IS, and Is scheduled to ed as "coming 2s" or older, descrlb-I i
winters are severe, a relief worker
arrive In Los Angeles about December as 17 bull calves and eight heifer
)I I reports that children have to pool Produced
31. calves. The offering Is considerablymore by Georgia Packing Company
their clothes. To permit one childto
Passengers will go directly to the on the mature side this year,
theirs' go out two must remain In bed.
Separation Centers nearest and should be uniformly higher In
The vice-Lord Mayor of Prague had
homes to complete the formalitiesof quality than last year's record sale.
obtaining their discharges before i A. C. McNurlen, Umatilla, will cry only one dress to wear.
a The wife of a university professor
returning to civilian life. I the sale and T. J. Durrance, Bright
writes from Belgium, "When you .11.
on, will comment on pedigrees. II
South Florida vegetable growersnow speak of Ordinary Things in your
packages do not realize our absolute -
are seeking the aid of the Jimrrle Mmnehan returned to I you
I lack of Ordinary Things, and
State's congressmen In their request Okeechobee Saturday from North
for suspension or modification of Carolina where he spent Christmas that even a common handkerchief
is a gift of importance to us. There
the ODT's high demurrage on rail. week with friends.approximately .
road refrigerator cars E- W. Line, has not been one single thing sent

chairman of the transportation division to us that has not given joy and HARGRAVES GROCERY AND MARKET \

of made us feel grateful and touched.
of the Florida Vegetable com 20 million pounds

mittee, said the present charges of' used clothing for overseas relief. The children are happier with a pairof

$11. $22, and $44 for the third But UNRRA reports that millionsof shoes or socks or a pretty color

fourth and succeeding days respectively other war victims are1 suffering ed sweater than with lollypop." Open Fifteen Hours Every Day

after a car Is placed on a and dying from lack of clothes.To Americans contributed sufficient

siding are harming farmers finan help meet these needs, the clothing, shoes and bedding In the I

cially. "We recognize that there Is Victory Clothing Collection was or nation-wide clothing drive of April, PHONE 12 Okeechobee, Fla.!
a shortage of refrigerator cars and ganized. The American people are the United National Clothing Collection

that drastic action was necessary, asked to contriblte 100,000,000 serviceable to aid 25,000,000 people In

but the ODT action is too drastic," used garments, with shoes Europe, China, and the Philippines.

Lint asserted. and bedding In addltlo.i. Contributions Supplementing the U. S. contributions i

wit! be shipped overseas the people of Canada, Australia I

Advertise In The News I promptly. and New Zetland have given I


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form .of a verse, entitled 'It Wel J aponae, -Thla week, however, I was Lots 7 and. 8, Blk. 78', City of MISSIOXEHS Cir) QKEECHOBEU : '' TILE I'L'llCIIASKU ls< to pay the. e

Qhl' erhalm! 1 rfu5 Umk'ritood". Intended as a timely delighted to receive'from '"my good Lofe"lfVjlfJ: ;,? 10. 18 'to 't7"10.' 'tot:|I COUNTY P."IIAtLrJ',""".S'l.OjlIllVJ'j: ,!C.advertising'TUB Tia'STBES coat 'OF INTERNAL
2(1) lllk t), ;,Conncrs Highland DyrClkEof, : loON IMPUOVEMBNT FUND reserve the
(Christmas',, nm'psaifd o all\ who aeek I friend tee L. Baker of Clearwatera STD .'e. th4 Cobra ''right tn rejeot any and all bids.
'Zlf otOkeechnbee
of the Clrculf
Lots i to Inc., Blk. 71, Conoere Clerk
I r r' OltPEll of the Trustee ot the
the to PEACE. letter that expressed .County; FlnrWa. I Ias
Published Every Friday by the anawer permanent I HUhlanils 8/D t-*" : Interqal Improvement Fund of that
New Co., at Olltecl with his revised 3. to 0, 12 to 20. 23 to agent for said Boards. I .
Okeechobee Okeechobee County. Florida It read aa follow.: together 1'2Jl'B: ic.3'Tf' Conner Highlands8D dopbronla: Pease, Deputy Clerk State of FlnrMn.MILLAKD F. CALDWELL, ..... -
1 IF WE UNDERSTOOD I version of my message at expressed Governor '
8V, of NH of 8WH nt SE% Sec 20, 'Tallahassee Florida ATTEST
BRYANT BOWDEN Editor ; "Pence on earth, sroodwlll toward In the verse above. I Twp 37, RUB. 3.1. 10 acres November 8th 1943 I 11'. C, Elliot See

Entered it ....ood class matter Jell I men" He writes "I studied your card. Lots Okcochohce 7 and 0, Blk. 21,1, City of la hereby NOTICENOTICE given that thei, Trustees I. I. FundELECTRICAL

1, 1014., it the Post Offlo In O'* CB"- The ''hrl.tmni bells ring out again, I liked the plain black and white Trustees of the Internal Improvement
bee, Flfi., under Act of Mar. 8, 1m. will ha offered for sal at puolle out. of Florida will( ,
-SUBSCRIPTION- - RATE Bringing their menage of hope and decorated only with the silver atar. J subject err for to the 1 the highest right and of beet the Board cash bid.of I I ICommlssloQcrs Fund offer for of the sale\ State for competitive bids, In'TaMnhrmpe. )'I ..:-:..:..:--:,.:..:,.:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:" :..:..:-<+
It bean message at 11:00: o'clock
doubt good FlorloX\
One Year In advance . .. .. ..$2.00 I cheer I No a of EXoryluile. Drainrlda A. M. December li Six Months, In advance 1.00 For you and me find the world to However, I wonder If you were I nee rommlealonrrs District nMor fIt Okee'bohl"hoard of COllnty.County lowing desvrllied lade In Okeccbobee I.

Three Months In advance ..78Rradlnir hear. I! cureless In the Implication that an .' to reject any and all Mil" COllnty: at tho N. El. Corner Il Ilitectnning I WORK

; noMws In local eolntnoi. W '' If we'd only listen and only heed, I Ideal social system can be built out o'clock at the Conrthouso.A. M. nn the beginning 21st Any at nf 10:001 a: !, ef Tract .No. 14 if the Eagle Bayeurvey

cents tiling *fnrn line.!.tiiMl Rates on for application.display{ Clewdpermonition
2 centi earn. ", ord need*. lal. There la the thought thpt sometimes he reserved Florliln : nod run thence P. P. EVANSHOUSE
All Items regarding; enferprlnpii I Cf11MlIlSlf'lKRSI 1 S. M degrees .10 min E. BSfl.O feet, I
conrtnptfd for profit are We would find that PEACE In a an Inward look Is neceeearyI pn.iun op ) thence S. 31* degrees 4rt mln. W,
advertising ratfS.AdTertfolnff I OF' KVRKOLADES; ! Di1AINAGF. 1075.4: ft. theiiee N. M decrees SBmln. 1I
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Joyous life, :I I before society aa such may DISTRICT W. Ill.3 ft., thence N. 27 degrees I I

' hlllt ore payable on the Free from biturnctt, greed and I Ietrlte. 1 I i helped by anyone I ar.i Bending |I II and ( n q mln. E. 955.4 containing ft. to Point 0.10 I WIRING }
lit of park month. Parties unknown to II nf nc'rfnnlntS. ,
pnbllahers required to pay Jin advance you my rewrite of your verses. My,. aerea. In SertlonR H end 17. Town- ,
-- ship !31i< Smith. Mange A3 Emit.
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Is bad, la good.
Tro Late To Classifyn Though the path be rough atld the Verse theme overly-sweet yours mine may be I i Subscribe to The News compllnnce THIS NOTICF/1S with Sections Pl'DLIRHED 233.12: andY InI I ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:.,:..:,.:..:--:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..>>- I

be dork 'I i,I over-bttter." HB! verse follows: ___ __u_____ _
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nrssEM KAY In the hearts of men there lives a 1 I Pence on earth to men of good will, NOTICE

For many yeara I have made a .pnrk. 'I(I Peace to the stricken we failed to'' "'

of writing own Christmai That none term God and some kill. I '
practice my On and after January 1 1946, the cattle and citrus
card. Somehow, it aeema to me Love, I The belle ring out and bid me heed'!
heretofore operated as I I. D. Cattle Co., and as Iglehart Land
that the average card, found In the A Christmas gift from the Source A brother's distress and a ... s

itiopa falls to tell the story that Above. I bor'a need.I nel'fh-I Account, will be operated asRluefields 'j

should be toldMy card list has Linking ua all, If w. UNDERSTOODIn I hear much talk about BROTHER ,

grown over the ytyn until It no\jr one great worldwide BROTHER I II I HOOD 1 I Ranch I I

runa well over a thousand. It !I. I HOOD. In an Ideal world built only of good. ,
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quite a chore to addreaa the envel- "Goodwill toward l r.ten" la the magic) nl.1 ai part of such world, I must .
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op. and prepare them for mailing, key I confessI I i

but I get a lot of personal pleasure I To the PEACE on Earth we hopeto would make of the structure a
and satisfaction. from doing see terrible men All mail, bills and accounts should be made out in that name .

this A. I address each one I visunllte I sine never known how far uch I I I and address. r

the person to whom it In being si'pHs of thought may go or what I t am deficient In patience and self- .
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to tlii-r ,r "i' tlicv, < I I"1 I
Tin ( hn.-tm-' n v < :ni.l.! took th, I "i-ir 'in 1 ih oi'I i 'I fret re- soul I II 4

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u. am not solf-forgetful nor kind ,
I. enough I' .
I urn lucking In discipline polIo and

stuff. II Happy New Year to You - ,
"\o\\\DA MIUTRR" i I The qualities needed are not In me.

I Tli nt the ideal world of peace may

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Yet beginnings are here. M.n mUtt
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become ablt

/ 1.00'E", IX FLOIJ.1 Christmas: Itself began In a stable. I Enter 19461! It's but a short trip across that stage 365 days -
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The old expression "more truth I
1i> I D... ','n led 1I"l1orJllitor> !School I hV.. S. Ward i than poetry" might be applied to some long days and some short days, but whether short or longwe

f J UlftJl"[ Di'l'irlrni'iit Fall'! accredited l h> Southern Ansnclnlion Lee's message. He was dealing with I
I that all will be for K
Schools.\ Tndildualestd hope happy days
I ''t i: III l ( "I1.\l"\; and Secondary concrete facts while I was Indulging you.
''I .. n imtinn. Sipnrnt"! Junior dl'parlm'nt.11 branches
} h;:!, of nli)M I .!ten' Bach rt-crentlon center Aviation I in propaganda. I do not considerhis ,
''' trnlpinir anollohle.IIIn.luIn rule.. .\ limited verse bitter for It Is true that
r p Among the happy memories of the is that of our
:1 past year
: ) I m i .f't tir.iior nf enrollments will he accepted for periodt..I.J I the peace we all seek, lie'J burled

rn n>men i-Inn January 6, 1914. For further Informn- I
1o++ pleasant relations with the people of Okeechobee County. Andas
I OK ii.Mr: a Ceil. Walter H. Mondcl I'rex.. FloridaI.r individ-ual
.., > .. \i'-dipij-, St. I'elervhurir. Florida.January 'I ''
{ failures and ulsglvlngs I a he hen we say "Happy New Year" we add a word of sincere thanks ,
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done and strive to OVI'tome them

I results would be amazi g. With this ': for this friendship that has mean so much for us. \

thought in view I pass) on Lee Ra I t .- .. l
ker's verse as being ol) fat greater \ i .

; 3KLAST esluq In solving our )pl blems than

sea mine, which simp! I spotlighted|

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i Okeechobee County BankOFFICERS

Since 1931 B. K. Humphries, Fort |

Pierce Florida, has been I'olng busIness !: -

FOR MEN NOW IN THE ARMY TO under the Trade Name .of
C. II. McNUIVV: President S. McDOUGALD, Vice-Prea.
Humphries Tire and .Retreading
N. R\Y CARROLL, Vice-Prea- and Cashier

Due to the fart that we have ad. DIRECTORS

BY REENLISTING. . dfd Refrigerator, Stores, 'uter'' N. RAY CARROLL C. II McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.

: Renters, Air Conditioning, Clrcu. W. ALLEN l.o\RKIIA, Jr. S. H \lcDOUGALD E. :71. \IESERVE

latlng Heaters and many other gas i> J. O. PEARCE
Men now in the Army 'IJ.ho HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW ,

enlist before February 1 >>ill ENLISTMENT PROGRAMbe and electric appliances to the mervhandlse :._..__._,_. or' ..."_,__ ..._.._,,_._.._ _.._._,_.._,____._._._._._.._.._..__
we sell, we have decided ,h ,
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reenlisted In their present 1. Enlistment for l'/j, 2 or 3 )'eo,.. to change our Trade Name, effective -- -. -- -..--

grade. Men honorably dis. (1-yeor enlistment permitted for men December 10th, to
now In Army with 6 monthi' lervic.i .) Humphries '
charged can reenlist within 20 2. Enlistment age from 17 to 34 years Tire and Appliance Company, and

days after discharge in the who inclusive may, .:: r./: at or any men age.now In Army, will In the future do business under THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. e.

grade they held at the time of 3. M n reenlist ing retain pretent gradei, ( that name.
if they reenhit within 20 dayi after There Is In
discharge, provided they reenlist no change ownership,
discharge i and before February 1, 1946.
before February 1, 1946, 4. The beat pay stele, medical care, I aiHeU, management or financial
foca, quarters and clothing in Army rating i
history. I,
There's a long list of attractive 5. An increai. In th. reenlistment We refer you to Dunn and Brad-

recnli \tincnt privileges) in the bonus to $30 for each year of active Street should you desire any addl.)
service line such bones wai last paid,
new Armed Voluntary or since last entry Into service. tional information.

Recruitment Act of 1915 The 6. Up to 90 days' raid furlough, d... HUMPHRIES TIRE & APPLIANCE
on length 0 ., with fur
ability i ; to keep your pre eDt r..nd.nl a paid to horn and return, COMPANY: I
grade is only one of them, but for men now in Army who enlist ----- ---- R
this privilege expires on 7. A 30-0ayiurlougheveryyearatfull NOTICE OF iNTP.wTIoN TO
8.:1.1. LAND A
pay. I
January 31. 8. Muit.rlng-out pay (sail upon NOTICE IS IlEltEnV OIVEV: that
pursuant' to Spetlon 13 (lit. Chapter2nn.'i sit i
length of service) to all who
men arcdischarged I
: < laws nf Fioridn.i Arts of 1041. -
There of other I
are plenty to reenlist.reasono end' l "ectl'.n H7 ChAn11117.( Laws ,
why thousands 9. Option to retire at half pay for life I "f Flui-i-la." AH of 1)31! ?s emeudedi
many after 20 years' service-increasing to "- !Section' 11. (rtmr_* ;d<1.1.Q. haws ne
of mm have enlisted. and more three-quarters pay after 30 years' ser. I Ftorliln. Ale uf lull nail also pursmint (
thousand* are enlisting every vice. All previous active federal military : ' tn S."-tlnn; 42. Chapter 20792,1 I I'I
service counts toward retirement. Lnon'd Florlilfi. Aets of 11H1.: as
day. You'll certainly want to I nmomli'il' hr Section! in. Chapter 22071):! \ .
10. Benefits under the CI Bill ofRights. .
know all of the opportunities 'I 'aws ot Florida. Act of 11)43. and
"ectlon 41., Chapter ::!(1722. Laws nfKlnrlcln.
open to )"011. If you'll read 11. Family allowances for the term ofnlistment Art i.f inn. as amended bySrtlnn
dependents of men who I 21. dinner I207II. Laws' nf .
them carefully'; you'll know enlist roJ 1, 1946. I Florida Acts nf ion.! the following IwI, rf

I why a join in the new peacetime 12. Opportunity to learn one or more J'serP.ed, ; r,loins,.\\'it: In Okeerholiee County 1 ,

Regular, Array is being of 200 skills and trade. Lnts'l tn 7 In.. Elk. 1W. City of e +
"The Best 13. Choice I of branch A'irJ.cnd I OkwchnheeLntu I i
regarded today as :
.! overs.es theater in the or 1 and 2. Blk. 37. South Okee-
Job in the odd," Service Forces on 3-year enlistments. rhnhee ( j
I bee lit ft S of NK cor nf Tot 1.1
., fur I'OU : run X 20 ft. W 100 ft, !., ,,
8 2H: ft. E lilt ft. Blk. 163, City '' .[
MONTHLY nf tikreehoheeLot I
PAY PER MONTH- RETIREMENT 11. nik. 1.14. City nf Okeechobee
SferFn'Ea.rr: INCOME AFTER: All Illk. .12. City of Okeechobeerose I| .. .1
ENLISTED MEN he 20 Y.an' 70 rOIl,.' 1 to .1: 7 to 18 Inc., Blk. : :
Citv c.f (Tkecehnhe i.
In Addition 10 Food, Lodging, Malter Sergeant MonT Service Serv/.. Lute 1 t., Ii and' 12. Blk. S2, City 11.1'1' I I IlARRY1

Clothes and Medical Cue 0& First Sergeant $138.00 $89.70 $155.U (ikceehohceL
Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 128.25 .ta 1. 2 end 3. Blk. $t. City of I ] don't know what they'll weigh tillers' dried grains have a much greater
Okecchnhee but cattle and feeding value than the original grain has."
Judge poultry sure
(.)-Plu. 20% Incr.... for Staff Sergeant 96.00 62.40 108.00 Int. 1 to 4. 7 to 12 Inc. Blk. 83. I up my
Servlc. Ov.n.... (b-Plul Sergeant 78.00 0.70 87.75 ('ltlnt Ikei-chohe have been gettin fatter since! I started to" OLD JUDGE: "Have any trouble getting
I.IIN 1 tn 12 tar. Blk. 114 City of use distillers' dried grains in their ration. "
30:: :if Member : Flying Co.rporal. 66.00 42.90 74.25 (Okfwhcir.eeL.t. all you need ?
Pluwe Parachutt.t etc. (c) private First C" S4.0Q 35JIO 60.75 sand' 1 0. rik. 115.: City of Okee- OLD JUDGE: "You're about the tenth one
... HARRY "Yes times
5'70 Incr. In P.y choice : at even though the
for Each 3 Y..,. of Service Private 0.00 32.50 6.25 Lots a to 12 Inc.. Blk. 11(1.( City of who has told me" that, Harry. How do you distillers produced 1,200,000,000 pounds of
IIkerrhnheetilts I I account for it ? it for the endin' last I
1. 4. 7 to 12 Inc.. Blk. 117. City year hope they'll11A1RRY
nf iikwhohceLot. : The by-product recovered from be in a position to produce a lot mora
Sri THE JOB THROUGH KitNUST NOW AI YOU* HtAtisr n to Ii end, 12. Blk. llfl. City grains used by distillers is very high in vitanext year"

V. t. ARMY RECRUITING STATION tots of Okcochnhp 1 InI/ lacy, Blk. 147, City of, min and protein content. It's the best feed OLD JUDGE: "Then I guess nobody can
u. S ARMYBE to balance the rations
Okoeehnhce I supplement get "
All, Blk. e5, rite of OkPcenMicc feed dairy livestock and poultry tell you grain is wasted in distilling
we our
704.706 Comeau Bldg. lot 4. Blk 1. Wright's l.t Add. I '
A Lots 4 IIn.1I./. Blk. 32. South Okeelchotiee Mixed with original grain, these dislIARRY: "Not me, Judge . I know."
\\r est Palm Beach Fla. Tots 7 tn 10 loan Blk, 30 South'Okccchnhe '
Lots 2n R Inc. 11 and 12 Blk. "D j
South Okeechobee 'I' rut u.I1'/H.-.4.,Confntntt ofAltoMit BnrogeoiuanG.,ls41 J JI
Tot 3. Blk. 73 City of Okeechobee I



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:,,'FRID', \", ,\SnY"1t' BUS ) asey !T ,,. t; '' r.'r) :, ;'1. 'T1IRj'rIKEECRonEE: NEWS .. I'' .If f. ..' ... I _1

",. :-----' iiit1Jr J 'ort"jo >_ ? I'"T'tm41t6hed -- -, I. T f' / ,. 'I ;,"
1 RE80LUT1.J .J a ,e *n>" ( TT1NINTIN'.tlhttl'If. 'h '\J 1: nn,'.1' II wiM'k.fy'r ..fjiurAV'tlininnn I I.of T except. ,14 M ft Hlork 14, :NOTICE OF MEETING "Only what feeds and fills the sentiment
CJlttTI1' 01" '1 i weeks Klvemldp Pork Addlllon. .
j" BE IT RESOLVED by the State FLOItIDt, IN Atilt. NOItltl hind end fjve Stock Sanitary Board\ ..o',FlorIda ) i ( tlOii.fe': 1tCNTY : ; nt ("';eeebglgm. F'nrl.ln. .t1)'R"lIr'l' '|ny''I f I under I snld Certificate:' Issued wss la Thq regular annual meetIng of peace and good will towards, men'.-
r"11 1 of .tniilinrv.' A. I>. 1Nfl.! t h" name 0'
In regular meetint f'naj'j)iiVlsd, ) 'ANCEltTRY (deeds fniirt 8enlMUS. > I'nl..a la.d. Certificate' shnll bii retleemo.l the Stockholdera of the Okeechobee Mary Baker Eddy.
that Okeechobea Countbe"*and MA WAt.t.\I'E, 1 :. MAIIEI. 1'. It according- law property heldt'
.w- Plaintiff ClerV of the il n ha sold to th County Bank will be 2
lame lg hereby placed under quarantine \ n'-eechnh"." (' \t'I.lmIlOS-1 M 'htaeta4hlddern the Cotirthotn o'clock in the afternoon on FrIday, ,__'_- _--4
ItODEIlT By "I.hrunln| door on the first Monday In the
for the purpose of carrying Defendant ) month of t'Vhrnnrv. 1111.'hlrh In th.i January 11th. lD-I6 In the Directors'
eut systematic tick eradication In Murr Snndorfiir! Minlmnn, 4th day of Fehrnnry, KMfl.Pntud F. L. PORTER D.S.C.
NOTICE TO Ari'EAH At ornev for PlolttlrtNOTI1 this end dny of .Tnnnnrv. 181ft. Room of the bank. ,
the laid County. TO: I10IIEKT WMTACK.AI MABEL: P. HAI'I.EURON. S. H. McDougald, Cashier.
>JIKSS: t'NKXOWN. I! Clerk Circuit Court of FOOT SPECIALIST
That no cattle, or other animals THE STATE OF PI.OIUDA OF Arrr.irATiox run Oke"rhobe County, I
or things which are or may be subject Ynn. 1r hereby requlred to nppenm ,"w. of 1995 ..
: - ----- Falsehood Is In
I to Infestation! with cattle feverticks at m office ht Ukerrhohrp. NIorIAn I \.tli-o l Se lii>n>hr rlrcn that I'. 1'. a hurry! it may I I Put Your Feet In My Hands
t' 1111 Ffbrnnry 4, ,\. IX 1010.1 t.i Mill ",," 0 hnldi-r of Tux" IVrtlflcnto Nn: The National Airline haa filed be at any moment detected and
shall be transported, moved or of Complnl'it for illvorco filed nirnlintyou I I :2t1! -l. litHlinil the. 7th Inv of July, '
by Mnr.vViillnco l , In rirciilt ''A, D. Hill' lins flli'dmi',' In mv of- f ighk- schedules with the civil aero- punished; truth Is calm, serene i Its 201 Sunrise Theatre Bldg.
allowed to stray or drift within, Court OkPecholiee County, flic : linn: wade:: nppltetlno|.I for n !I nautlcs board for
calling daily roundtrip
Judgment Is on high; Its< king Cometh -
In 'nll't <
through Into from the whorefori Decree FIOrldn'l Tax Hoed to be l sni><1 thereon Said Phone 782 Fort Pierce F -
or above fe'so. will\ her entered nirnliist : ; Oer"-ir.nfe, emhrnces the following Ai"crlliod service between Wilmington out of the chambers of eternity.
County, under Okeecholico News' li d.al fllln'd as the In the of
j except and in accordance property: County
newspaper In which this Order stroll nki>i>"hol>ni,>.. State of Flnrlcln, to-wlt : I I N. C. and Miami, Florida Joseph Parker. ._ -'J _.
with --
provisions or .
-- ----- ---
1 Section 585.08, Florida Statutes, -- --- -

1911, and the rules and regulations "

*f this Board made In accordance

With the provisions of said Suction I r .1 1

I for the eradication and prevention ,

' t Of the spread or dissemination of
the cattle fever tick in the State t tI tI

of Florida.

.....J-f"- ' That the word "cattle" as used

herein shall be Interpreted to em

heircalve. I

inules and ...aea.f .

'a f That the quarantine shall be In I

full force and effect from and i

after the 12th day of January, A. i
I D 1948.


Board at ClewUton, Florida, this the
1" c, 11th day of December, A. D. 1915. I

ll ____


Notice la hereby given that under

and by authority of Section (583.08 i
and Section G85.24, Florida Statutes I

.... ..... ,- 1941 and In accordance with ,

.) the provisions thereof the State I
Llxe Stock Sanitary Board of Florida -

has placed under quarantine all

.. Okcechobco County referred to in ,
the foregoing resolution for I
the j
... ,
purpose ofj carrylng out systematic j

f tick eradication In said County. No I

P cattle or other animals or things L
which are or may be subject to Infestation I y ,N
It . with the cattle fever ? NOW EVERYBODY :
shall be elI I
transported, moved or +
lowed to. stray or drift within v
.: { through Into or from Okeechobee. CAN! BUY

County except under and in accord .
I , ance with the provisions of said I

Section 585.08, Florida Statute, 1941, I BRAND.NmM
,". and the rules and
'I'It C regulation of H
the State Live Stock
Sanitary Board
.Y.. of Florida, made In accordance with I I

iI -., 't, -); the provisions of said Section, for A } t ,p,* wwi '% 7..
the eradication and prevention of *

the spread or dissemination of thee I '
cattle fever tick In the State of C ,

Florida. The word "cattle" as used aC

herein shall be Interpreted to embrace "

cows, bulls, steers oxen, heifers

calves sheep goat, horses,*
moles or asses ,4

This quarantine shall be in full ,I
force and effect from and after A !

the 12th day of January A. D. 1:>413. '

This the 11th day of December

A. D. 1945.STATE ,


I .
By J. H. Bright, Chairman


J. V. Knapp, State Veterinarian L\

I 1 'MM
ytr ,
December, 21. 11)4.1
pnronant to lertlon 0 ot Chartpr
l'2in. I.nnof Florldn. Ante of 11)37.
known as the MUUPHY ACT. and I In a
s ,
piirtimncc, nf Chapter 3IH158: Laws of Y *+N 1ar YA
Florldn. Acts of 1041 know. as the
TRICt AC'l'. the fallowing delcrlbed I e
Thud. IltllllteI In E'ergloI"1 Draloafle .
,. ltlstrlrh 'In Okp""hobpe COllntv: FLrr GET 'EM WHILE '
1,111. will be ottpr.,1 for sale at pUhltp
outcry; for the highest" and bent cash
Mil.' subject to the rleht nf the Trus .

tees sioners Fund of and of the of Everglades the Internal. Board Drainage Improvement nf Commis Dis I WE'VE GOT 'EM! y

trict to reject. oar and nil bids at the
Courthouse. beirlnnlnor at 10-00
o'clock A. M.. on the 2Ist day of Jan I
nary; 104(1.( As to all parcels ef land VY tl) J 't
of of ten sure or more title to one halt They're here today . a limited
petroleum and three-fnerhe of ?
other Trinteei mln.rola11I of the internal.he referred Improvement by: quantity of the world's first choice '
Fund. Bailments for road
right of
war 200 feet ""de11I be reserved by tires; sturdy Goodyear Deluxe t
said Trustees from any parcel through
/ va-.cn ronc"ea..meDt ti-! > Is.a tcr:jcs"aT: :drainage jta'a rcu'an:,'' tires, shown by tests to deliver a

_ S recniinci! anJ ;rr : 1. 'ir>,,.-
wit cj ?erved by the Board: : c. longest tread wear. . more miles
Ceiuninj.cncrs c( Evcrs-adtJ J. .
Rile Dlj'rlct. ,
Pf.crintlm for your money. .ti1* *. a ' ,
Lots 4. ft one 6. Bib. 9, Wright's T.

Lots 1st. .1 Add.and 0, Blk C, Wright's 2nd Don't wait. come early, be lucky. '\/" .'
Add h
Lots Okeechobee I O. 10 and 11, Silk ft. City of \ ; Get a Goodyear DeLuxe today! '

Lots 4 and S, Blk. $4, City of Okeerhol.ee tom.l

T.ot B. Blk, M Cltv of Okeechobl'i'
Lots Okeeehobte 1. to Tine.. Blk. 115. City of

Lot 2 to 5 Inn. Blk. 116 City of l lo
r Okeerhotiee
Lots !0 .nd fl. Blk. 11T, CttT of
1. :. A 1ft one 11. alt 146,
Cltv of Okeecliohee .
TIU'Sl'EES or TUB INTKltvu ,. rw..lhrnNfar4taif .
""'''- Jo /### '''mNNNM'ifj.
IDA. '1 I {Ir. GkwkwIk claaG '(N'''"";';'i: a
for Trustees of the Inter w 1 1I

for nnl Board Tmprtrrment of Commissioner Fund and e GILBERT CHEVROLET COMfI1 Y e

of Florda.Everglndes. Okeechobee Prnlnnge Countr PItrlct. *,-' I ( e 71Be

The Ideals of primitIVe Christ- Okeechobee Florida Phone 54

lanity are nigh, even at our door.
Truth Is not lost in the mists ofremoteness'or

the barbarisms of ,

spiritless codes._Mary Baker Eddy I .




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'.....-===-.....2=== ..'..== ..'..=_.a.......=..=......__........__._..___.....................=-==-..'...=........,...-....'. States Sugar Corp and other companies NOTICE OF APPLICATION

for commercial production. FOR TAX DEED I I ,

I i He was one of the early developers Notice !is hereby given that

SOCIAL 0. NEWS of Lake Worth, beginning In R. Tlndel and Annie Tindel, TO THE BUILDERS OF
:-: ij 1912 and was continuously Identified holder of the following E'I
cate has filed sail
L..v_....o==a.....-:vy n o==a.........y._.-.y. .._.._.._.._.._.._.y. ..= with the growth of the Everglades ,
for a tax deed to be issued {
Mr. J. T, Hancock spent Saturdayand Bass, Mary' Lena Watford, Minnie His work In promoting the welfareof on. The certificate numbers and I

Sunday In Tampa vtiltlrf Lee McCarthy, Kathleen McCarthy, his negro laborers at Azucsr IMS years of Issuance, the description |

friends Juanita Durrance, and the mother notable, and he was instrumentalIn of the property, and the names OKEECHOBEEIF l

of the honor guest, Mrs. W. D. having the Julius Rosenwald'in which It was assessed are as !

Mrt. Wm. Grlffii left Saturday to Coker. Foundation establish a school for follows: .
negroes there. I Certificate No. 127, Year of
In Tallahassee
return to her home
Issuance 1943.DE'scrlption.
after pending last week In Okee. MRS JAMES MINEHAN
chobee. BRIDGE PARTY HOSTESS Churches of Christ I of property: Lot YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD, YOU
1, Block 9, Railroad Addition. .
SATURDAY AFTERNOONMrs. Scientist .1 Name in which assessed: Ed. WILL NEEDCONCRETE
Mire Betty Barber left Tuesdayfor I German

Tallahassee where she will again James Minehan entertainedthree "GOD", la the subject of the ; All of said property being In -

"ntcr school at the Florida State tables of bridge at her home Lesson-ftermon which will be read I I the County of Okeechobee, State BLOCKS

..ollege for Women. Saturday afternoon. Red gladiolai in Churchee of Christ, Scientist, of Florida.
and rose. were used In the living throughout the world on Sunday,'! Unless such certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according "
Misses Sylvia :Snell:: Perrilee Hunt room and dining room where the January 6. PORTLAND CEMENT
I ( to law, the property de.
and Mary Lena Watford left Tuesday tables were set, and following playa The Golden Text 1st "I am Alpha scribed In such certificate or cer

to return to the Florida State molded salad course with potato and Omega, the beginning and the tificates will be sold to the high. ..

College for Women at Tallahassee chips, coffee and tea were served ending, saith the Lord, which ii, est bidder at the court house STEEL'WINDOWS,

after spending the Christmas holidays Mrs. Charlotte Walston receiveda I and which was, and which is to door on the first Monday in the

at home with their families. handsome hand-painted tray as come, the Almighty" Rev. 1: 8)). month of January, 1946, whichis

high score prize, Mrs. Ellis Meservea I Among the cltatolns which comprise the 7th day of January, 1946. MASONRY CEMENT "

There will be a song service at set of crystal ash trays as winner! the Lesson-Sermon Is the following "Dated this 13th day of . .,

the court house Sunday afternoon of the bingo hand, and from the Bible: "But as it ber, 1945.
Novem'l ..
(Seal) Mabel
beginning at three o'clock. The col. Roe sets of score pads and tallies I Is written, Eye hath not seen, nor I I Clerk of the Circuit ROCK AND
as consolation prize. ear heard, neither have entered
ored people of Okeechobee will sing Okeechobee County, .
Others present were Mrs. H. H Into the heart of man, the things 1 1I I
spirituals, hymns and Jubilee. Everyone
I. Invited to attend. Raulerson, Mr. G. 0. Wallace, Mrs. which God hath prepared for them I I ROCK SCREENINGS

Roscoe Bass, Mrs M. C. Pitts, Mrs that love him" ((1 Cor. 21: 9)), I I BUBBLES SEZ- I II II II II II II II

A. B. MacKinnon, Mrs. John Edwards The Lesson-Sermon also Includes II
Mr. and Mrs Hope Barnett and II I
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Walker of Mrs. Roy Raulerson Mrs the following passage from the I I REINFORCING STEEL

Nathan Zelmenovltz, and Mrs. Rob Christian Science textbook, "Sci
Winter Haven, were visitors spending I I -
art Meserve. ence and Health, with Key to the .
the past weekend In Okeecho- I I e aI I
lee, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: I Y IF INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE
"To grasp the reality and order of !
e H. Walker, Jr., and family The PostofficeAt .,
II being in Its Science, you must begin I I I

by reckoning Got as the divine ( I
Representative W. J. Hendry andC.
Azucar will Principle of all that really Is Spirit a !
.H. Parkerson, local manager for
Life, Truth, Love, combine as one,
the Florida Power and Light Com
-and are the Scriptural names for A 1I
pany were visitors spending Monday Be Named Bryant I
God. All substance, inteligence, II
and Tuesday In Miami where I I
wisdom, being, Immotality, cause,
they attended the Orange Bowl football R.I e Ever think how muu s I v
Clewlston, Jan 1.:-Clarence and effect belong to God" (p. 275: I to keep a house an.
game Tuesday. 10715)). clean? And getting I- ip &ONSTRUCTION MATBRlALSj
Bitting, president of United States ; I Is almost harder than doii.K ,* Oal

Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Beth hadas Sugar Corp. announced last week I work. Remember, where thaoa
The greatest friend of truth I. fat, there soap. So keep turn
their guests during the holiday. that the name of Azucar plantation ing In USED FATS needed to
their daughters, Mrs. Loyd Tom. has been changed to Bryant In ; time; her a'nd greatest enemy Is prejudices II help make mora soap I IAdvertise CONCRETE BLOCKS MANUFACTURED TO

linson and Miss Bill Betha of !Se- memory of F. Edward Bryant, vice. ; her constant companionIs I t I
humility -Colton.
'bring and their four grandchildren I president of the company and "fath I FEDERAL AND STATE SPECIFICATIONS ,

Billie, Darlyne, Kitty Lou and Car. i er" of the sugar Industry In South in The News I
Florida, who died Dec. 6 of a heart NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
nits Tomlinson of Sebring; also A'I, '>I.'ftIL"'M.L ___
D. Hlndsley of West Palm Beach. attack.He -
also reported that a petition I
I Notice Is hereby given that B.
MISS SARAH MINEIUX AND signed by company employees to C. Swain, the holder of the following I
MISS NETTIE PEARL RIGSBEE change the post office from Azucar I certificate, has filed said

ENTERTAIN: WITH SHOWER to Bryant, Fla., was sent todny to.I certificate for a tax deed to be II
I Congressman Dwight Rogers, who issued thereon. The certificate 'A ;

I > first of a series of prenupt has promised to work out the I number and year of Issuance, I _, r'a
,... "imrties being planned for Miss change with the Postmaster Gen the description of the property,

u.oie. Coker was given Thursday eral's office. The post office serves i and the name in which it was

e' ning by Miss Sarah Minehan and more than 2,000 persons on the assessed am as :, I, :
I Ce Mflcate\ of
No. 104
fear .t1
Miss Nettie Pearl Rlgsbee at the plantation, which Is located at M
Issuance 1943.Description. a
Minehan home. South Bay I .
I of propert : Lot 7,
The affair w.,. a kitchen shower, The company Is having a bronze Blk. 76, City of Okeech bee. i S ? /

and many unusually beautiful and plaque cast which will be placed In I Name in which assessed: Unknown .

useful gifts were received by the I Bryant Park opposite the post office . 'yjjf' 1"I

honoree, whose wedding to Gordon at unveiling ceremonies to be j All of said property being in ,

Leggett will take place January 15. announced later. The plaque will the County of Okeechobee, Stateof

Bunco games entertained the guests read "Here In 1921 Mr Bryant established Florida. #

and the hostesses served a salad Azucar and began the development Unless such certificate or cer i I I I q'C.i
tlficates shall be redeemed ac
course, fruit punch, candy and salted of sugar production In
In I cording to law, the property described
nuts. the Everglades, remaining active
In such certificate or certificates I
Those the development of the area
Invited were Vivian Ellis, will be sold to the high {
Virginia Bcrger, Marguerite Bass, throughout the years. His foresightand est bidder at the court house I

Betty Barber, Virginia Barber, Per!. courage, vision and fortitude, door on the first Monday in the II

lee Hunt, Dorothy Pearce. Gloria were largely responsible for the month of January, 1946, whichis

Henirj, Nancy Raulerson, Sylvia successful development of the up. the 7th day of January, 1946. i

per 'G lad... HI. qualities as a leader Dated this 19th day of Novem ,

and humanitarian will always be ber, 1943.: i

remembered by those who knew (Seal) Mabel P. Raulerson, at w
GILBERT Clerk of the Circuit Court of
him. As an Inspiration for those ,
Okeechobee County, Florida. ,
THEATRE who follow, the name was changedto I i

,K I:.:=:: :.:eg MESS. x==: Bryant. NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
Mr. Bryant, who was 72 years old, (1933 Probate Act Sec. Ill, 120) I

became seriously Interested In raising IN: THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ,
Sunday and
Monday sugar in the Everglades during) JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, tf
January ( 7 S30 X5'1 fr1 b1Ie
t the World War I sugar shortage. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.

He succeeded In having the U. I.V: RE: ESTATE OF I a

a sugar cane breeding station Deceased

"OUT OF THIS WORLD" Oanal Point. Ha organized the Florida TO ALL CREDITORS AND_ PERSONS .

Sugar and Food Products Co., HAVING CLAIMS OR DE.
RAY WHITLEY MUSICAL and In 1921 built the first sugarhouse MANDS AGANIST SAID ESTATE:

in the Everglades on the site You and each of you are hereby

NEWS EVENTS of the present Eastern division office notified and required to present any

of the United States Sugar claims and demands which you, or 0" a,
++++++++++++++++++++ Corp. He was superintendent of the either of you, may have against the
; division until his death.In estate of Roy Raiford Raulerson, ?

I : Friday and Saturday addition to pioneering In sugVr deceased late of said county, to the I \

development, Mr. Bryant was the County Judge of Okeechobee County

WILLIAM BOYDIn first to experiment with raising ramie Florida, at his office In the FLORIDA MOTOR LINES

In the Everglades, where it Is court house of said County at Okee

now being grown by the United chobee, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the time of the
aA 0 0 0 0 000 "+O+O+
PRESTON FOSTERin claim or demand shall be in writing, ,
CLASSIFIED ADSFOR and hall state the place of residence .
"CIRCUMSTANTIALEVIDENCE" and post office address of the Thousands of our soldier friends toddy: ViA become our civilian friends

..,..,...>-:">-:00--:..:":..>>:..):":-:+:":..,. claimant, and shall be sworn to by of tomorrow. And Florida Motor LInes considers It a privilege to MTV

SALE-All Maple 1 Living the claimant, agent, or attorney, their many transportation needs. You'll;b a using your bus seat frequently

CARTOON C* Room Suite, complete with Hug, and any auch claim or demaand not In days to come . on business trips . on little sentimental
so filed shall be void.MABEL .
End Table, 2 chairs, 1 Setee; I Bed P. RAULERSON, Journeys to familiar scenes and to discover: some new frontier. Florid..*.

NEWS Room Suite, complete with Window As Administratrix of the Motor LInes accepts the challenge to make your trips more than |lust
Curtains, Bed Mattress (box
Estate of Roy Ralford transportation. We) hart planned In-.very way to make the very acme
Chest Drawers
t+++++++++++++++++++ springs) Vanity I Raulerson 'deceased.
1 pre-war lee Box; Metal Cabinet; > of enjoyment-the most pleasurable and efficient way of going places
I II First publication November 18, 1943
I Coming"ENCHANTED 2 Tables; 4 Chairs. See Frank

Davis, McCarthy's Grocery Store

"TALL IN: THE COTTAGE"SADDLE""CIfINA FOUND-Jersey yearling one yearor Ma.la.ria.CDECKD

SKY" older. Has been at my place IN 7 DAYS WITH .oRID MQ1ORI !

"YOU CAME ALONG": about a month. Owner may have
same by calling for It and paying LIQUID for
YOUNG CHARMS" I for, this Sheriff.advertisement N. 0. Stewart I 66 6TakeSYMPTOMS I UNION BUS STATION e T. H\ NIXjAgentTHE Phone 15

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