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: June 11, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 28-Number 51 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 11, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Carl Walker Died K : ..... RESOLUTION jj Being Race Urged For Senator To Make Rep. Bill HendryIs

Friday Afternoon ay4 WHEREAS since the last meeting of this Board of Being Urged To

Count} Commissioners it has pleased the Divine Ruler ot

From Heart Attack the Universe to call from his earthly labors to his Eternal '. yr'Ws Make Senate Race

II Rest the Honorable( Carl F. Walker, County Commissioner

-- from Precinct No, 2 of this County; and, ./ "
Carl Walker died suddenly iasi: WHEREAS this Board feels that It should pay Its t 9"ry4"a( 4fF Representative w. J. Htndry returned -
Friday afternoon from hear attack to his home here last Sat
a I tribute of respect and admiration to the memory of our
He had Just come out of urday after spending the pest two
friend and associate: and months In Tallahassee
Raulerson's store and got in his cal where he attended -
to start home when the attack nit WHEREAS. the Honorable Carl F Walker was serving the 1943 session of the Florida -

him and he rushed up stairs to he I his second term as Chairman of this Board of County Commissioners Legislature as the Representative

office of Dr. Dudley where he dieda and was always fair and reasonable in rulings as from Okeechobee County. Mr

few minutes later I such Chairman and strived at all times to work for the .tsn Hendry served on nine of the more

Carl Frederick Walker \,u. born the County Important committees in the house
best Interest of
March 24, 1895 at Bassinger and r q I THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that had lived In Okeeehobee Count that was reappointed to work
all of his life maintaining! hl:. I County Commissioners of Okeechobee County, Florida, I II out better trade relations with the

legal residence at Bassinsei nil 01 I deem it a privilege and an honor to pay this just tribune State of Georgia!

the time In 1938 he was elected ,i to his memory: and Mr, Hendry was chairman of the

member of the Board of Coun \ 1;'nderu ond Hi Umlern oodIRS. I! BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Board deeply I Conservation Committee In the

Commissioners from that dtstiu- DAISETTE D. S. McKENZIE deplores his untimely death; and House was vice chairman of the

and was reelected In 1940 At t'n Incoming President of The First BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be finance and Taxation committee

meeting of the Board 01 Count' Church of Christ, Scientist, in I recorded( on a separate page In the minutes of this meeting and on the committees of Canals

Commissioners In January 1941 }IK' Boston, Massachusetts i and that a copy hereof be transmitted to his parents, REP. \V J. IIENDRYOkeechobeeCounty and Drainage, Cities and Towns,
was elected chairman of the bond Labor Public Utilities, Public Roads
I Okeechobee News.
in The
for the two In''h and; a copy published
year period i and Highways Public Welfare and
session this 8th
election held last year he was again I PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular
Temperance. Through these important -
elee'ed from hi* district withoti, Annual Meeting of I, day of June, A D. 1943 committee assignments Mr.

opposition and was again ele fil j I ERNEST HILLIARD Hendry was placed In one of the
chairman: of the board In Juiuar: I 11 R. E. BASS
more Important positions during
1943 for another tw year term I' 1st Church Christ B. C. SWAIN : Is Placed In flew the entire session and had an Important -

Carl Walker was known and \11'11'! I C. E DRAWDY part In shaping the legislation -

liked by everybody in the 1'\\1'1. : Members of the Board of Congress. DistrictThe that was passed by the House
and numbered his friends by his Boston Mass June 7. -- The County Commissioners ol of Representatives.

acquaintances. In times of trouble Christian Science Board ot Directors Okeechobee county, Fla Representative Hendry Is being
: he was one of the flrst to offer' Attest :
today plated 'prayer" at the urged by his friends from all over
assistance and it has been: truth-'' Up of the list of defensive and offensive ROY R RAULERSON, Congressional redlstnctlnii the district and other sections of

fully acid that he was generous to' weapons that fiee-ihinkin Clerk of Circuit Court andEvoffldo bill that was Introduced early In the state to run for Senator for

a fault. He never turned anyone popes: are counting upon to win Clerk of Board the session of the legislature finally the 33rd Senatorial District In the
down that needed assistance! and ,Commissioners pasted: the Senate last week and
,1tlobal! war against opi 'sion v: C ; primary next year and upon his
his sudden death left the entire and suppression became a law The Senate added return home when asked about

county shocked dyer the loss H? In a statement to the annual F.... 1 .... --- 'JII one amendment to the original bill making the race he stated that he

will be sorely missed in this countyHe ; meeting to The Mother Chur, h --.. as passed bv- the House of Renreeitatlves had had much encouragement andrnny
is survived by his father and The First Church of Christ Scientist and that was to lake
Walker I CARD OF TII.\="KS promises of support shouldhe
mother. Mr and Mrs. W. In Boston, Massachusetts) the Hirdee County out of the new district -
Boys decide make the that
Ben flews Oi Our I to lace but
of Bnsslnzer: one brother :
directors first emphasized the \\01 a"prayer" and place It back In the First he had not made his mind
sisters Mrs. We wish to extend our heartfelt up yet
Of Canal Point Uo
with the .
then followed Congressional District
Harle Williams of Okeechobee. and : thanks and appreciation to the whether he would try for that but
Mrs Lorena Thompson of Bassin I term: "miracle of deliverance" which in Various CampsAt i ij people of Okeechobee for their The new district Is composed of said he was giving It very serious
is to be accepted they said as 'Ill'ojilcal
Broward, Charlotte, DeSoto, Olades,
ger, and his widow. Mrs. Clara j man ergs" of klncfc: ess and the I consideration
Walker of Adrian Mich., and many I answer deliverance to righteous from the prayerThus hand Home & Abroad ympathles extended us in the' Hendry Indian River Lee, Martin Mrs. Hendry, who has been a patient

other relatives and friends throughout : sudden taking away of our loved Ckeechobeo Palm Beach and 3t in the hospital at Thomasvllle -
the seen bv the
of was
oppressor; ; one Carl Walker We especially Lucie counties. Oa, for several weeks, returned -
the county.A I
directors to be no miracle at all 1
short funeral service was held I but rather a simple witnessing to want to express our thanks for the I Ii As Mr Stewart planned the district with him and is rapidly im-

at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harle I the fact:: that power springs from Russell Domer vio' !, in the, I I.Imy oeautltul i floral; tribute. and prepared the original bill, roving after her operation( there.

Williams Monday afternoon at one the prayer of understanding. ,I : and stationed at San Antonio, The Family of C F WalkerSilllhgTn It gave the nearest equitable distribution V

o'clock and the body was carried to suffer i I Texas, Is spending this week herewith I of the population of the
"A praying people can never -
Bassinger where another service defeat s ujmnerized the dUrectors' I I his family He was called state to the six districts' vrhj I Calvin DrawdyJs
" was held at tile\ cemetery with neT remarks Ito'several thousand I| home oll'"lttCb nt of tile seilous 5iN iJiih'I{'Hardee remaining In" tlie" Firstcfls-:

Hollenberg pastor of the Churchof Christian Scientists assembled I ness of his mother, Mrs. V. J, I trlct the division Is still about as I New' Board Chm.

the Brethren In charge. Burial I in The Mother Church Domer, who underwent an operation nearly equal as can be obtained.

was In the family cemetery at Bas I, Because of the gasoline and transportation at Miami last week Russell The LawmakersAt The new district affects only theFirst -
singer with the members of the I the attendances expects to leave tomorrow night for and Fourth districts as all Its
shortages At the meeting of the Board cf
f>f Canal Point and two ststersoh I I more localized than it has been I I his return to camp I TallahasseeBy 'ountles are now contained in these County Commissioners held at the
Masonic Lodge of Okeechobee of two districts. The Second Third
for But the reports
I| many years. I court house Tuesday the Board
which he had l long been a member of and Fourth districts are not affected -
I I heard from the broad field Word has been received from I unanimously elected C. E Drawdy

In charge. : Christian Science activities Indicated -I Archie Bass that he Is now stationed Russell Kay chairman of the board for the un-
The pall bearers were C. E. that demands for spiritual enlightenment With the passage of the bill creating ,
C I at Hawaii, where he is in (Ilurlda're".url"llonl expired term of C F Walker who
Hllliard B.
DrawdErnest were as universal asHer the Seabees He states that he is the new Congressional District died Friday afternoon of last week.
Swain and Eddie Bass, members and more In competition with world events : mole which
only growing I Betting along fine but is very anxious Commissioner Drawdy is now serving
Board of County Commissioners of I the war and Washington, the 1943 :
the pronounced under the stress I to get home. tv out of the Fourth district means his first term as a member' of
who were serving with him at 'orid conditions. I Legislature received less thoughtand that we will be out of the district the board, having been elected
time of hU death, and sheriffL and attention from the average
the services Pat Cannon
From the armed now :represented by County Commissioner from this
L. Conrad and Clerk of the Circuit Sergeant J. T Hancock has returned citizen than any previous gatherIng i '
along the home front reports and will have a new congressman. !i district in the primary last year
Court Roy R. Raulerson revealed unusual demands for to the army training camp of Florida lawmakers.. Just who will run for that office I II As we go to press there has been
And thus another of the Okee an I at Lake City after spending several Despite the fact that legislative
church literature hinging upon we do not know but there has no appointment of a successor to
chobee landmarks has passed on to to I Hancock and ac'lvity aftected the lives and Inert I
here with Mrs.
Incieaslnj effort ta bring prayer several mentioned thus far C F, Walker whose death occurred
his final reward. iuclal tests of the | their children I 'sts of the people, most folks
I bear upon : I last Friday for the Bassinger District
-- --- ", I times were indifferent to what went onin 1 and at the same time did less I .

: "Battles are not won", the directors Maurice Fletcher son of Mr, and Tallahassee's legislative halls While old age pensions may be V

Co. Commissioners I said. "through trust alone but I i 1 Mrs R. P, Fletcher: of Pahokee has Cnl>' private Interests, political slightly Increased from cigarette I FEDERAL JURY EXONERATESV.

through Intelligent scientific recently been promoted to the rank groups and self-seekers made any tax money, there is a question S. SUGAR CORPORATION

Transact BusinessIn aratlon and skillful execution.prep-I of captain at the army training effort to keep tab on activities and ;i whether or not returns will be as I OF TilE CHARGE OF PEONAGE

I II we reach out to God through camp at Camp Shelby :Miss., wherehe influence action. i large as anticipated. -

I' standing prayer, the human footsteps i I Is stationed. While Maurice did B)' and large, it was "just another School teachers fared no better I Tampa, June 1. (FNS-A) fed-

Regular Session : to bring; our deliverance, from I not enter the service from Okee- legislature", Nothing very s 1 and while several efforts were madeto eral grand Jury, whose members

this cruel warfare and all evil will chobee he is nevertheless consldel'-I startling, either !good: or bad, was provide more money for them, I sere drawn from all 14 counties In

be revealed'Yes ed one of Okeechobee accomplished. Had but a dozen or indications are they, too will have the Tampa district, returned "no

The Board of County Commissioners the demands of the hour as he made this Ills home for many i so necessary measures been considered I to remain content with laudatory I true bill" against the United States

of Okeechobee County, are C't.!<"lal." the statement said, years and attended' school here ,be- and acted upon during the .. expressions rather than Increased' Sugar Corporation and four of Its
inipetatlve : they cnll with his to first two or three weeks of the session pay checks. ;i
Florida met Monday June 7, 1943 "they are fore moving parents superintendents who had been indicted
to thrown In the ash I II
Scientists and the rest
at 10:00: A. M. upon us as Christian Pahokee. by an Improperly drawn
Present were: Commissioners R. be instant: in prayer not Just cans, the boys could have returnedto i While not one woman in a thous-I grand Jury last November on char-

E. Bass Ernest Hllliard. B. C. prayer of affirmation and expectancy In a letter received this week by their spring plowing with everyne :' and evidenced any concern one way ges of peonage.

Swain and C. E. Drawdy; end but prayer tint demands the Bowden family Bill Bowden <- just as well served. 1 or another regarding! the effort of I The grand Jury, all from Hills-

Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. through spiritual understanding, states that he is now stationed at The green light shown brightly 1! Representative Mary Lou Baker to boro county charged the Corpora

Due to the funeral of the late C that the might of right prevailnow. Keesler Field, Miss., where 'he is en Admlnllltratlon'recommendationsand ) enact a. bill giving married women tion and Its superintendents with
F. Walker. the Board adjourned to undergoing his basic training. He Governor Holland had the situation equal rights\: with men in handling! transporting negroes from Alabama

reconvene on Tuesday, June "This is the method of prayer has been assigned to the army air "well in hand" throughout property and making contracts, the and Tennessee and forcing them to

1943 at 10'00 A. M.June 8'j used, by the master Christian Our forces : the session. Opposition to the 3c'tax "Lady from Pinellas" finally was work on Its plantations in the Ev-
Leader, Mary Baker Eddy tells us on cigarettes which was much victorious after a long drawn out erglades.In .

8, 1943 I In 'Unity of Good' (p. 11) In speakIng Corporal Robert E. Mack son of i In evidence at the start dwlndeled struggele. addition to the corporation

The Board of County Commissioners of the healing by Jesus of the Mr And Mrs. R E Mack, has recently as horse .trading got under way; There Is a strong division of op- the faulty indictment names W. E
of Okeechobee County, I withered hand. 'He demanded a been promoted to the rank and votes were lined up. inion over the merits of the Von Mach Evan Ward MeLeod, Oliver
and evidence The effort to curb racketeering which permits women to sue and be I
Florida reconvened on Tuesday change of consciousness at the army training H Sheppard and Neal Williamson -
of sergeant ,
and effected the changethrough and restrict such activities, while sued and makes them free dealers I Barker threw out
June 8, 1943 at 10:00: A. M at Alamo rQrda, New Mexico, Judge
of God. camp resulting in some helpful legislation all It does," stated one law
Present were: Commissioners R the higher laws stationed. Ser- "About of'' the Indictment after Attorney Pat
is now
whole"'OhrUtlan where fell far short of what most' maker, "is put her at the mercy ,
P Bass Ernest HIlliard B, C. The hand was home sometime Whittaker contended the grand
the geant Mack la expected for. Blame for Brush man" On the :,
folks hoped
Science teaches, the Fuller ,
Swain and C. E. D/awdy. County future to spend a I Jury was Illegally drawn
Attorney T. W Conely Jr: Sheriff statement continued "that this! Is an In the near this falls solely on the Senate for: other hand, Mary Lou terms It "the | The new grand Jury was swornin

L. L. Conrad and Clerk Roy R hour of miracles, In the Christian I short furlough. V Its conslstant failure to concur with most constructive legislation in a last week and after careful con-

Raulerson Science textbook, 'Science and I the House, from which most really decade"-so we shall. wait and see I sideration of the evidence found no
Upon motion by Commissioner Heil'Jh with Key to the Scriptures'ip HERE constructive; and forceful legislation basis for the charge and exoneratedthe
Hllliard. duly seconded by Commis- I I 591), the\ following definition of AFTERNOON came Senate amendments weakened Cne worthwhile piece' of leglsla-I Sugar Corporation and Its officials
sioner Bass, the minute of the miracle Is given; 'That which III''. TUESDAY I House measures and checked lion was the establishment ,

meetings held in the month of I divinely natural but must be ;I conducted I every effort to establish intelligentand Sixth Congressional District In j V
Is divinely. Funeral services were worthwhile labor regulatorylaws. Florida For a time it appeared and
: So Walker
April 1943 were read and approved. I learned humanly here Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Brands for and witness the ,, at the First Baptist church I that this trying and difficult task several
Report of Marks and natural to expect for this family of Canal Point spent
afternoon at 3 o'clock I! accomplished at
Districts Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5, were inswer to righteous prayer. The Tuesday would not be days of this week here, having
through I Mrs. Callle Chandler Berlranes Mindful of the fact that the "okolks" 1 session for, as might be expected,
received and ordered filed in the miracle does not come I been called here on account of the
however butthrough died last Friday night. The body will In all probability dominate It was a highly controversial Issue.
office of. the Clerk of the CircuitCourt. wishful thinking death of his brother Carl.
the preparation of the was brought here from West Palm coming elections, with the 1 However House and Senate finally .0-

The Financial Statement showing heart, through steadfast, radical I Beach and was laid to rest In the youth of the nation away at the ,t concurred and a new Sixth Districti the Mrs V J Domer returned yesterday -
In the Okeechobe lawmakers, thinking of reelection composed of
balances as of May 31 1943 was reliance on God" family plot I front i I was carved out from the Jackson Memorial
announced the 'Cemetery with Rev. D. O. Alder- lost no opportunity to I following counties: De Soto Char-
presented as follows: The directors< also hospital at Miami after a successful -
General Fund $ 2.89347 election of Mr; *. Daisette D, 8. McKenzie I I man In charge, I give voice to their desire to do' lotto, Lee, Glades Hendry Okee- operation. She is tepidly recovering -

Fine & Forfeiture Fund 208540 of Cambridge Mass, as, The pall ,bearers were J. O. something for those In the "sun chobee, Indian River, St.Broward Lucie from the operation.

Road St Bridge Fund 333284 President of The Mother Churchfor Wolff, W. D Coker O. L. Rauler- set of life1, Martin, Palm Beach and V

Agricultural Fund ........ 289.90 the ensuing' year, succeeding son, Hubert Harden Roy Draughnand It Is doubtful If any legislature 1, substantially reducing the districts friendsRow.
had more to about the oldsters 1, (Continued on Page Two) Send The News to
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Telegrams 3.25 Desire is prayer; and no loss can NOTICE OF 1'1'1.14'TIIIS Full NOTICE OF Our nature Is Inseparable from
(1Jhl\ 'cltl1l1l'C Ndus' TVllfKII; APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED desires and the very word desire
The Okeechobee News occur from trusting God with our Lawn of 10.13: Laws of 10.19

1Published Print. & Adv 2200 desires that they may be mouldedand XotlrtU pci'hy vlvpti' Hint' FrnnlcHnuwpll -Notice II hcTi'hj Kl\eu thnt Koan" -the craving for something not
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I D F. Walker Est., Sal. Co. exalted before they take form IHSIIIM! the Mh day of AiiKimt. No "i\'i, Ir-mii'd the nth duv of posses ed-Implies pres-

Every Friday by the Comm., May .. 5000 In words and deeds.-Mary Baker A. II lir.U! lull tllml minip In luvnfflcp July, A.J. IIMII\ : has Illnil in ins ent felicity is not complete.,Thos.
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee. 'hna until npnllcntlon for R In my office; hai nindo application' Hobbes.
Fine & Forfeiture FundT Eddy Tax Deed to he lainpil thpn-on Had for a Tax Deed to bg ImiieJ thereon. I

Okeechobee County Florida. W. Conely Jr., Sal. --. -. C'ertlllcntc cmliriirea the fullnwlnif iliaiTthcd Said Crrtlflcnlu enihrncra, the fnlnwlnitdeacrlbed
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Juvenile Judge May .. 15.00 NOTKKtOkwrholicH' nf Okepchohpp State of }Flurldn to-nlt:
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R. Raulerson, Cost Bills nurmmnt to Scrtlnn 0 nf Chapter 15'"x1.Int : the nnnie of Tube NcNnn. 3:!. Containing % ncrcK.
July 1,, 1914 at the Post Office In Roy t nf Klnrliln Acts 1017. known al l'nl..o until ('.,tltlo'"I,' shall Inr.. The imaepami-nt, of ahl property
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Act of March 8. 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. Klorliln, will ho nlTcri'il for ante Rtnulillc hluhcsl bidder Rt HIP Con ri! him no dour] anld CprllllcntP shall he redeemed
------ Fees May 10.00L ontiTv for the hlxhent and nn, the llrm/) Mnmlny In, the month nfJnlv according tn law, nrnpertyileacrllipil I Friday & Saturday
RATE L. Conrad Cost Bills lest run I] hid, mihjort tn the rlirht nt miR. which, la the ISth dnr nf therein shall he ....Ito the
18049 the Treat.es of the Intornul Imp.,,,.,. ,. July, 1043Dntrd hlnhpHt huller at the Courthouse door
One year In advance 12.00 Sheriff. May bent Fund tn reject unv and Mil thla 1st tIny of: .!"11.. 11)1.1. on the ant Monday In the month o
Six months In advance .... 1.00 Road & Bridge fund nt the Court Houw, nt 10 A. 11. hld.'j I tin\' II. KAPI.EKSON, .Inno. lull: nhlih la lute 7th duy of I Douhle FeatureGAUCHOS

Three months In advance .. .7S PIt: Roll Dlst No 1. Labor 50.00 Mh for ronil ilin right nf .IiiU.ofvny 1DI1 SOO t.11 Kimpiiifiit: ,'"> I I Clprk Okiwhol.pp Circuit('oil Court Cty. Florida of, June Dated, 1041.thla Tth dnv nf Mnr, 1011.HOY .. OFELDERADO

Pay Roll. DM No 3, Labor 12.00 i will\ he ,,' prv.,1, from any pipppl (Circuit Court) Spnl L. HAfI.ERSOX!< of,
Clprk Circuit Court
Readln notices In local columns Pny Roll. Dist No. I, Tractor I through Witch\ thcrp, In nn existing, I Okppi-hohpp, Cnunty' FloflilnHy '
10 cents a line. Rates for display 81.00 Slate Honil NOTICE OF Sniihronln Tense T CNOTKK
& Orader Work l.nt s nod 9. Itlk II. 1Yrlght'n1Irnt APPLICATION FOR TAX! DEEI with
advertising furnished on application Pay Roll. Dist. No 3, Labor 9.50 I Addition. Inw of 19J.1 : OF T\N NILE
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each word per Insertion. All items Repairs Dlsts 2 and 3 8.91 rti'u" nn ft N nf Fir for nf NWIJof flcnte Nn 1in. Nsncil' HIP :Hni, dm, "f Nature' IK llprehy free| 'Hint" nil -&-
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rates. Lumber Co. Lumber : theri-of im mil) IIP nei-eamirv tn
Bores I FI'XP op 1IIK for a TUT, Deed' to he luaneil' thereon. '',', the ntnoiint dm for tnxt on anldInnda '
Dlst No. 5 I 5280 STATE OF FLORIDA Snld Certincntei pmhrace tbe following for Slid year toei'thi-r with tin,
Advertising bills are payable on Bennie Jones Truck repairs 9.90 HiItnv H. Unnlcrnnn. Agent cleacrlhpil property In the Conntv rfOkon coals of milo aiiecllleil In the Imo : Also:: News and Comedy
'hohci', State of Florida, tn.wltS
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I Xutlro In h..h11".11 that .T C.Voati'n I esnnpletel. OARLAND Geo. MURPHYIn
('O( Okppchohep.The .
: COMMISSIONERS: : Recording
J S. UnderhlU A Hat of such |iplliiineiit
holder of Tnx rnrlllli, ,- \". iHKoanmnnt( of unH propprfrunder couiplpte "
Fees. May 30.00 71..np,1: the 4th itnv'' of .Tilly anld ('ertl"ntea laincd\ ua InIhp Linda U nvnllnhlo for puhlhliiNiioithni,
A 1 I' 1011. IIIH flli-il mimi> In nn of IT I:. Hcniln. Rat. dnrlnir, the huanpua hoar nt the nftUenf
(Continued! from Page One) Victory Tax Fund Victory nnme '
the Tnx Collpctor for thp (Coiint\
i>rlio: tins ninih npitlli'iitlmi fur n I'nleaa anti Crrttflcntpa shall he r... FOR ME AND MY GALAlso
Outstanding IndebtednessFund Tax deductions 190 Tux DI>PI| to dp loiic'il: Uii>n:>iin Sndl dreamt nccnrillnir' tn Inw. property daacrlhcd of OkPcchohep In the Court HOIIKP nlOkcpchohcc
('..III"'ot.. I'tiilirni'i'n. Hip fnllonlnu, ilcHrrllipil ] Florldn sod Inqulrloa nato '
CommissionerBass therein shall ho mid to the
85671Mother's Upon motion by ) pro>ertr I In the rOil III\. ofOkipchnhip lildhest hlilder at the Courthouse door the Innda Included, In snit dclln- I I'fI"t :; This Is America
Pensions Fund 1120 duly seconded by Commissioner !tntp nf Klnrliln to witSM'tJ : nn HIP drat Monday III the month of | list hy mull or hv telephone I

Publicity Fund .80 Hiillard, the following Resolution of Xl:'; "f SP'i Ins WPB SR June, 1IM1. which la the Tth rtnnf or will In ho person full., anawprpd during hiiNlneaM hv the hour nftlc News
I'nr run W 2W7 ft. N MIT ft. toN June, 19)3.1)nted .
1935 Tax Adjustments j was unanimously adopted: lice of I 1I"t! for Carl F 1niln, E: nloiie S HUP, if llnnit A IUi'li'lmlIIII: : I.\X.
Fund .. 875': (Resolution of respect ROT R. RADLKBBON, Tnx Collector of Okeerhohi"Conntv
:2115 ft. S I22 ft nun liTlt'lf Wednesday
Clerk of Circuit Court "
Race Track Fund 10,00000''j Walker. printed elsewhere SV' r..r of SVVI'; nf NE1; of SR14.: Oki'ochnhce County, Klorldn _. ,._Florida. .
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VSITTING rim E 11 ft tn Pont: thence E in '
Jail Repair Fund 6583 By Snphronlii Pence |i l JOHNNY WEISMULLERin
I ft. \ tn Itnnil 5. Slily along' Itiltn iii NOTICETallnlinmpp.
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Court House Repair Fund 18 73 i IV nt Slip \ of POP M' to PONSw Florldii Mar, U 1')4'l: :
is THE rjRcriT roriiTfil1 :'100'1'11'1II i: hereby given tint Ihp
11. Twp ST. ItiriM: 7',.
1940 General Refunding Tilt I \1\1'11: 1 1 .1"/111'1.\1./ f'IIII'I'1'I' I Suite' Itnnrd, Ediicntlnn: of the

Fund 621343 (Continued from Page One nnrrxThp n..,'"inpnt of sold iirnnprtvnniliT \ OH' Kl,OHIHAIX State nf Flnrhln will niter for milo TARZAN'S NEW YORKADVENTURE
I AND FOK iiKKKCIlOnnn: and n-cplvp' TnllnhiiK
In compptlilvp nt -
unlil ri'rlinr-ntp ImnipH tins
Victory Tax Fund 2210 formerly served by J. Hardin Pet ..
the nnmp of fiiknown corxTvIN .. '. rinrldn' June 22n.l. PH3. 01'T
Commissioner Hilliaid made the erson and Pat Cannon. I riih'im null' CnrtlflintiKtinll ho r.- riltMIKYNo. : o'clock NOON:' for the following
; B6Onrv dcai-rllied Inml' In' (IKKKCIIIIUKKCOl'MY :"
from the damned ippoi-illnji to hiw. property ilomrllint
motion that B. C. Swain be appointed A congressman elected thi-roln shall IIP until tn the OF i FI oltim : Also! Comedy

temporary Chairman for new Sixth District will replace Lex hlEhi-it, hliMor nt (C'onrthoiiiip door IlKF.I'.rllOIlK.K.: : 'il ) All Section HI. Tnwiinhhi .17
iiiiiiilclpnllty the of Green now serving as Congress- nn the Tent Mnmlny In the month of
electing permanent
purpose ,
Slate of Flnrliln dill Okpeiholipe
iIVIItliiner. A' n's County. AttractionsDESERT
tar of
DIP nth Coming
.Tnh' 1'M1. v-lihh" In '
Chairman for unexpired term. man-at-large. Ambitious to fill the .Tulv.' innHiitoil ) Oiamii TO I Thl Not in la I pnhllfihed) III' cnmpll-,
va l SllfiVVCAt: afire nlih Soctlona' 7oiN nod' ::70 no
Franklin of thin' 1t itn'f :Tnnp. 10(1HOY
hich motion was seconded bv post is Senator J. A. : ,
11 tI.tl't.11j5O'! \;. TUP HTUK: 'OF I Florldn Slot rt"a 1041
Commissioner Bass and duly ear Fort Myers who In all probability riprk) Clrnilt Tniirt of Kl.OltllU. ) The !State Itnnrd nf Munition:,'' nervea VICTORY June 20(
will candidate at the next Okppcholii'iCnniitr.. FI'irMiClrriiH Ilefonilmit I 'ihe rlulil. tn nlrt i nay nod nil
ned. a
Commissioner Swain asked for general election along with a number ( Cc.nrt rnnoron MPHIIAV vv. ovr.n. n,. order of I the UlnliItnnnl I nf I
--'-- !8TKEET. "STATKTTOItKV OH' .i'llnn.. of r'orliln SERENADE
nominations for permanent Chairman of other aspirants : OK APP1ir\TION FOR 't'iltIN'I'11: .11'1'1"1.\1.' 1111'1'1' "<|,n' .mil I J. Ilidhiml.' CIIMTII.; "
I 1'UFF.O iv .\ SDlH OMII-IIOIIIK; : Alt,-tPnltu. I HIT PARADE OF 1943
I.BW. of iD.intl COI'NTV( 1"1.111111'1' TUB riiKllah; |I' ,v
Commissioner Hilliard nominated Senatorial dignity gave way to \;,, ,. i- holitx, <-lM' >ll Ihll ':,hut SEvnmi 1'itopKitrv OVVSKIIS.TPVIIIS .
Commissioner C. E. Draudy for un riotous horseplay when during the VVuril", 'hohh. "d T" d Hlfl'" "ilr-i :No' : cinxENs:' .v Cis;
''V and) .'-M l..in>il I Hi.. :Inl. chit of OTrtEH IMVINii: OH CLAIM
term of late C. F. Walker debate on the congressional .
expired .lull. \ II lu'l'l\" her ((111 il] HIIIIH I In ,ININY: ItKilir. '1'1'1'1.! : Oil
; bill senators from surrounding HIT office : Sin, mode application for INTEREST. : IN PIOI'iiTTo! :
-. I I territory all objected to a Tax Deed to be. Issued thereon Sntd BE: AFFFCTKH: : HV THE; |x Certificate embraces the following dp- OK 1'111: ItKFPNIHNC
Motion by Commissioner Billiard being placed In the same district seethed property tn the County of BONUS IICKEINItKinw: \ : UKFEHREI

seconded by Commissioner Bass as Duval claiming that under such O..e'boh..e. State of Florida to-vlt: ) 'TO OH TO nn] AKFPCTr.l
\hat nominations be closed, which arrangement Jacksonville with its liurt; Lot' -.' cy'st'"' It I It! Hi Wn\' .
-' ,' ::17 : : '
"See .2. T" p KiteII 2n'jin .
carried and Commissioner population controlled the Ynii nod ?/11, of ton nrc hinln inulred I
motion was large "ri> .
tn ai>i>enr nt 11 '4.1: o'llock .\ i
C. E. Drawdy was Installed vote nmlDnvi Lot ::1 i .sK'i'>t rack lit tiny M.. no HIP dpi' ilin of .Inlv VH1! i li', Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Piercei i j

as Chairman for the unexpired Senator Matthews of Jacksonville and thnt imrt: 1}'hg:,: VV of Tml.irrnik ekS the Courihoiiw nf Miirlln nl Stale'Sliinrt nf rhrlil ITT thConntv ipiirmuint ,' i: in one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of experience I
(Yntrnl' I'ti
term of C. F. Walker. arose to suggest that Duval :\. to the potltton, In ri-irnnl, t" 1 i
:IT Itiro 2ft
I. Hoc 22. Two finest workmanship large stock best grade
The board agreed to finish\ workon made a district itself. nprpnThe the vnlldmlnn' nf lieiiprnl fiunlltit : ,
ItomH ilntoi) .Tmiuim 1 VM2 prnponnltn
Bridge In District No. 2 under The spark that set off the horse aiHPiKinent of anld pro pert Tnnilir he tunned, Inth..' l'll\( ,nf olipi.i.h" rubber and a reputation for square dealing. You can

.,.mi.t* ..M'nn. and ordered !Rfl feces... came from Senator Hal Maines HUM rprllllcnti'H iHmifil UIIH tn' 11."p Flnrliln' In the I |prtntp| .i: "miioniitnf I make
"H.'" H -- n play .' appointment ship them via truckline
I HIP nnnii- nf rnrrln' T': M \;otll.| 'II'T lilT ,4. nVn-lhiil In mild ni-ll I an us
of lumber to complete same to be I 01 Lane Butler who sent mi amendment fnlom milil Certificates utiall he rIwrnpil hull' nhhh hn. |h,., paid for July 5th, 1943 from Road I to the desk to put Duval county rl pcorillng to law, proporty <)* cmiMp tit ail,.h II"I"J" nliKi1tn I or have your local service station send them to us. ,
m-rtlipil. thi-ri'ln ulinll l 10 p Auld! to .1 .)iare' CIIIIH vhv tlio iirnvprN of tin1pptltlon .
& Bridge Fund. In the State of Georgia. Pvesl-\ :highest htiMi'T nt the ronrtlmiiiii. ..... should not hp urnntpil anil I We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road Department -

Deputy Sheriff Surety Bond with dens') Beall called the roll and the ) '"" I IK' firm. Monilnv In the tooth the iirncppillnuninl ',?,",|. \nlli1iiloil" and large construction firms and
.111'. VUt! nhli-h N 111" 'ith mint ..r and ciinflrnieil, MM then-lo paned. nulan j many
Jesse Hunter as Principal and chorus of "seas" was deafening .loll PHI! nulhiirl/Pil 1 iinih-r 'fh,. IIIUH of th,.,
Maryland Casualty Company as Other amendments followed and I iiiii 'I i I itiin i lot t ii.it r .linninn, ) Slate' of rinrlilaThl fleet owners. Our work is guaranteed and we can
nor it t'U'initxoN OI.IHHlmll, he .Ml.l-ln'd, .| nmion I
Surety was presented and approvedby Sena'or Matthews meekly Inquired Clerk Circuit Court of <'h w i u'k fnr three' ill I eouu'rntlt'wr'ks '> usually give 24-hour service.

the Board. It. as a Geoigla senator. he was I| Okpechohpe County Florida In TinOkipi' 'liohri., Gttx. .itieUHptlpl'r We also have large stock of Truck Passenger
(I ) ,, Jilll,llHlloll III the Cltv if, new I
Report of Okeechobee County Mill privileged to vote. SolutlF -- Ilki'eih.Oiic, ,In, the CollIlM. of Okri'ihilice and Tractor Tires and Tubes. .
Welfare Board Expenses for months Upon recelveni the news. Governor II ,,l', IT: III' III- : rii'lliln. the t fl\'i.t/; | nll|" ':'l lllhiipi.f < I Bring your cer ;
; : ; .
I I iin> ilmnrlor ,
lo In nt IcnMl
j jI
of April and May. 1943. was presented Arnell expressed delight and l"PI l Kl.tMI P/'lsP UK MM-l'INd III' \111"1 Inn Oil. to Iho ilnle hi'l-i-lii, diHlunul''lfur tificates and we can fill your order immediately.

and ordered filed In the office aid nothing would please him more .lrCTIOM: ( IIMI'I.IIMX the lipnrlna, of "nil, '.1111.... nud th 1 I '

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court than to have Duval County and 1'0! Ml WHOM IT MVY I I'ONCEIIN: limn'nut iMilillcntli i-lithtepii ,n((1"AhnlhI'( ilnM\ hpfnrc nut ", the nr. I

Upon motion by Commissioner Jacksonville as a part of the State "1-iil'HiiiMll, li, Xi-itlon ::1."f "Xi'11111" ,I.. .n' ni-f fr HIM, Mtild h."plllil. Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.
I 11111 :\' vn I nl.iilnir, I II\ITL-I.MI'| TONF' and OlMiFUFTi at Foil
Hllliard. duly seconded by Commissioner of Georgia concluding his message iiilniitfi> Iilntilil' imniii'il' ,lithe liirl"In 1'1o.rFI..Iln.. 'Ihlii 2ml drtv of ..Innev .
Bass. The Citizens Bank ofStuart. with regrets that the Legislaturehad Inn' "r the "tilt,. "r I I'lnrliH I "n' u. 11 ion. I lllc> .1,.. Siul" Cuter. Pn-ntnllfp Rnlterlrii, .- .1.",..,
Mil! Hi"nxl.in.' tin' Itimnl of ("niiiiiiUMlonpi .\ O K \\ '\; :n. .
designated as rescind its action : \ llli'illil/lliK Iond inlr .llddi'll I'nlht Taa
Florida was fit to
been n of Kii-rirlailoii lirnlnn' "i* l Judge of the Circuit, Court
County Depository for the year a t I trti-i ems rniiNi'il" tn hi* pri'iui-.| n l 1"1 \lnih .linllclnl. Circuit otFlnrliln .

commencing July 1st. 1943 and There has been a lot of squawkIng gal brute Khonlnt of inn llif liUlrlct iloht daring,1"1','. the' jmrhnirlnttlnir Florliln.In pal For OWihnlirp 900 S. Dixie Highway, Phone 139, Fort Pierce, Fla. !

copies of the application and agreement about assessment in Hillsboro nti ,Ihi, ire ilnv iil* itpYt "". Jn4l1.ms.1. I
to the the i..iiiii'r; slit , aim ;lm of, _. ,
were ordered forwarded runty and In I'll'01 this fact Iho( Min-i-i'i-illiitf iii'tohpr. .iinil, I thu' since,

State Comptroller and Citizens following figures make interesting him ,I'l't-n plnci-il, un tl'i* In thp offlri" .. !
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\ ", Ih,' ""i'1-i'lin, .r< of the i \ hlxlilit inlli.oin 1
Bank of Stuart. reading: ItnT Hlm.Mio> nlln.I. !..... MlninlKliirhhi \ \ ... ITHZ
The followingouchers were approved Tax Assessor Will Sparkman assessed "h.-..' iln< KIIIIH "ion\ ln'> i when i 'mill Ih''. In In n"tlfMill\ Hint,
ordered paid at 678. '
and the Floridian Hotel j
mill H"'II'II11I meet ill' Kiilil, |ilm lunds are available: 700. The hotel howled Its head off I\ HIP' 11th ilny nf .I'm" .\ H 1'in:: in' 1I iI
Fund the ; til nil. Mk,, h. the [r. l noon, "r .,,1,1 1 I '
General and went to court claiming ; "ln\. ilii-lnv nol !h... limn 'lfll'.." ilnvifr ,
F. nest HilMard. Sal. Co. property 183orth only 300000. |I ",in tb. ilnif of rlu- Him iml'llmitntilipri
$ 50.00 the plea and >of) for the imriioaiof heart a,[ oh- I
Comm. The court |I
li.illnii nml t MiiiiinlM| | with respect, .
C E. Drawdy Sal. Co. reduced the assessment from $678' I ti" unlit hit,!gm4.Iii. .

5000 the Assessor SI'll ImF fOtIlllrrnVtalV' ..
Comm.. May 700 to $419.000. putting
II F' ,n'n'I.\I.I: : :-"* lit \IN.\IIK:' :
D C. Swain, Sal. Co. behind the eight ball to the tune IH: TIllfT

C mm., May 5000R of 259700. Sty VUKK It. TKNN.VST.

E. Bass Sal. Co. Assessor Sparkman Is enjoying a : l'I"n'I".Ifnnli", rhulriiiii'i' I 7f.'V> >WHK. !

Ccmm. May 600 quiet chuckle. for the hotel recently' Sty K. :II. TMIIOOP.SPirotnry.

P :>y R. Raulerson. Sal. sold to a group of road contractors .:..__T-yIn -

C'.eite: May 143.10 for $685.000 Just about the figure KH t'hiinivri
I ;. '?h"l ,..> I
('IIWI'IT Court of olio "
T W. Conely, Jr., Sal. Co. Will has assessed it. and he pointsout i .ointPlorliln.. In rtlAM'Kin

Atty.. May 8000 "Nobody ever accused road I n! (' lipirpiva *
Jr. Sal. Co. 11 s 0" +54- : v rr.ntrr. -S f J .Jirf Jfe>jT. Sj
T W. Conely contractors of being philanthropists I IV II. K. I-'nrilhnin P| nl s .
Judge May 121.10 Mini: : TO 1PI'F111'I'tem'
stntp i f I'MnrMn' to r'onlhiini' AKlrklniiil.
Bessie Alderman Sal. Tax --- .
cue" and' l ikpiihohiHI'll
Coll. May 121.10 A deceit or falsehood Is never Laud Coiniiiiiiy.' illaan'roil Florliln. rr
pnniilon., and nil unrtlcn eta hnhimr I'
Robert La Martin Sal TaxA. 'Ie. Too much can not be t 'rt-nia In. thrnntrh nr iniiler nr II i

May 12110 done towards guarding! and guiding smut,,.t until niinipit itlMenlrpii Flurl'lMion '
>"riitli'iin, nml nil |nirll"i hnvlinr -
J L. Chandler Sal. well the germinating and inclining diilniliiT tn hart miv Hirhi' 'I'I' .

Janitor, May H.lO thought of childhood-Mary Baker nr Intprpai, (v' lit n of Mock U of
I I 1iI.tth""',at Aililltlon to O'I-PI><>'P,!....
(' C Durrance Sal. Act. Pro. : Eddy "'".I"o ai-i, i-illiiir to ,,'n' of unl-l, n-1, I II II
Atty.. May H 10 I V- !I It It hum nionlpil' In, 4u.' furs<> of "i'1'
Clerk of the Clrcnlf, Court of ovpiholipp -
W B. Hargraves Sal. Supr. Who feels injustice; who shirks I 1'onnt.r., ri'irliln., In Pint 110! ,o'

Regis.. May 40.00 before a slight; who has a sense of ,, 2. nt PIIBP TIn I
I I a the nnnip moil, M tin- anlnnrll''
Victory Tax Fund Victorytax 1'.Toni so acute and so glowing I 'if the', Htntiif Klorliln., von mol I'n.liof
deducts. 1840 I gratitude for kindness as a generous yon nrp 'nl1l"'I1"I",1| nml) rpiti'vpilto '
flip nn uppparnniv nt the C'."iin I
County Welfare Board ':' biy?-Thackeray. I 11" ... tot iilow-hohpp Cinintv., Fl"rid ilmi .
Relief 350.00 -- .Inn 2H. loan: and tln-n-nfri-r nun I
I KoTi'F or' n-rlitnii iipfi-nann I hi, oornon Photostat Corporation \IIMHTIOV fOR T \N DIES I I".r '"", t'i Ihn i nniili-n-lnlin of "'1 .
Photostat paper 2570 I Laws nf ID" TTnnlon sad Loli" Itnrflnn.' '1 t.I t. I II

Power & Light Co., NotliiI IIIITIIH. Ilh'PII that John; I fiiilitntii, 'I'l nhovi ptittth"' ''nose **iti1 It
Florida p. TSntleleltar8I4d1 milt Irt-lnff nf ntmvp ituplint ininihor In t
Elec. C H. & Jail 987 1 No. 1TItto! nl'klrlnr. l iihoVH minimi Court. fur fim-i-l-n'-ri rl
Refund on }. ,,f .T""'. .\. n win:: hm n'<-<\ limn n innrtKUirp on nhovp ,|".>Tllii-i1 ''mi'ii
Roy R. Raulerson i iI'Xp. In mv offliohiiii: mmlp nmillintlotif.r nod tit ..lil, nntpr''nlm anpklnir r"
121 Pi'i-il tn IIP IHIHHM! thpnymnlil llpf In asking for thi> fur,. I in Judge..ought is it
chgs. I n TIIV HIP following hy Jnliilnit ,.,, "Your tires are good shape, soon. Say true, Judge, that the beverage
i Orflflnili-ii pnilirmn I'lnmirp, thi.rpof iipil' '' .11\" pcrf
City of Okeechotye. Water I ,..,..I1""t |iropi.rfv, In Iho Count. of Seen hv thp /-nmnlnlinint' In pn'i", to last you at least another 5,000 miles." distilling industry has a part in producing it?" '

C. H. & Jail. Sunat... 19.801 I nvwtioliK"VI ni"1. fnt 1 .to"f 4 Fl Ion"rlilii. '1"..to'ofM wit (the!!,"t mild,nnr 1),l l11n.Mint'. If In .'am unit)p1,1 i-nil-f'minor.ili.,Inln''p .1 "I've been very careful of them Jim since "Yes, a very important part, Jim. That ,/

State Tuberculosis tad 1. B'l. 1. SiMiilniiti', 1'nrk Mil thp mime .In nt f.ifwl"."'"' f"..' I learned how much the government needs industry's facilities for producing grain al.
Hasp B. Oalnous 2760Muon' tnIntuit|| .'f F.lj; nf NE'd nfNVt' itlnitnviipinuiit "f HIP mnnp'n In <. .1 have
I cohol
drive when to..keep make it
rubber. Only
nf SIM0., "'..1'. 51! HIT". thpi-pfi-om, III nti'ni.o't, ff into iM.niitp"ptnlninntM' possible to include 200,000
Ice Delivery. 290 11, I I1'ho I plnlm and lion, and nth,*- her under 35 an hour and have the tires tons of rubber from grain in the government's n
.mrtii nf .AI'I iirnivrt' f' 'In the P-PI.' n<
Ice Coupons nn <'H ivlnn mi prnvpil 'f. "
Tel. & Tel.. nmlor ralfl (Vrllfinitc) Iw.'""' wet In' I I dp'mi't In apppiirlni nr anawprlnir acronllntf switched around every 1,000 miles. 870,000-ton synthetic rubber program.

Inter County Jail 1051 tinnnnip of Cnrrlp Ortlflintihall.:. MoVelll.Tnli'in ho ". I' to (n'p. flni-rnn hen .'Piif".NPiittl "Me too, Judge. Pretty tough spot we Pretty important contribution to our war '
Tel. ()). H. nlil \ hp entered, iviili'it vniiIVItnPKH
Attend. Co. timed Hi-i'orillnii ti> Inw. pr "..rtYiliiirlliiil ,I mv hand .!.I Hprli' noil ihs were put in gettin' our supply of rubber cut effort isn't it Jim?" ,
L. I* Conrad thiTi-ln utiiill hp ."1,1, *o fl.. 'nii-t tslr' Ilnr, IT Iftin
.1 l of stilt
400 Coiirttiouw ilooron ni off just when we needed it most. But, we'llbe "It certainly is. judge. Wonder how many
COmm.. May highest dl'MiT nf tin ; I I nov 11. n \n r'Kox':
Aft., Tax the first Monrtnv In (Its month M"rk rircnlt Court nf Okcp<-hnh.i'Coiimv gettin' plenty of synthetic rubber real people really realize it?" b ,
Z, K. Williams TIIIIP m<" whlili" In HIP Tth dnr nf FJorlilH.Ijlnnli H
())II. Bond .. ,5000 Jane. 1013.Dried I .'
Co. th'ln nib C'KT of M" .. 1913. V. F. I'ainrli'k end
The H. & W. B. ROY I. UU'I,mtxON.riprk Cnrltnn Fllta.

Stationery Co. Official .. 28.68 flri-iilt ronrt nfOkwhobf Ft. r I."-.. FI". CaIA....... .....'. /11I11II.. I.. -.I'
DnHBT I.'" ,
Count e.'h"'n". M.l'ounterrinimarta.
Western Union Tel. Co. Bophronln IvmiI>. C, .... M --_."_._ } -- J iYl


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CIIRISTI\N SCIENCEI I The Christian Science Publishing CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ter who are spending the summerat !I Davis of the Davis drug store of 1 There Is nothing capacrlous In

I Society, reported an increasi in SUBJECT SUNDAY Flat Rock. ;hat city were among the out of nature; and the implanting of a
(Continued from Page One) the circulation of all Christian Sci- -o- town people who attended the funeral i desire Indicates that Its gratification -
t Mrs. Elisabeth F. Norwood ol ence publications, including The "God the Preserver of Man" Is Mrs. J. A. Abney left Tuesday tOI.1 I of C. F. Walker at Basalnger Is In the constitution of the

Brookline, Mass. Christian Science Monitor. The ex- the subject of the lesson-sermun Atlanta, Ga., where she Is spend i Monday afternoon.: creature that feels it.-Emerson.
I The new president first became igencies of war have been met in which will be read in Churches of this week visiting friends and rl'l-1 I ------VA --
Interested In Christian Science In I part he said by the reduction in I Christ Scientist thr ughout the atives. Mrs. B. A. Beville and lltUe wise man will desire no more

1887 during the very early days of size ol some of the periodicals. The world on Sunday, Juna 13. I daughter. of Baldwin arrived here than he may get Justly use soberly,
the movement. Hence, Mrs McKenzie circulation of the Christian Science The lesson-sermon Includes the: I'this week and are spending acme distribute cheerfully. and leave
became Instrumental In the i I Sentinel, reduced to pocket-size following passage from the Christ- Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Shuler of I, time here with her mother, Mrs. Contentedly.: : -Robert E. Burton.
pioneering of this religion in the I I was reported at the highest In lu ian Science textbook "Science and Jacksonville arrived In Okcecho- '' Eu.jila; Simmons ----V--
history. Health with Key to the Scriptures"by bee this week and are spendingsome Therefore I Jesus
city of Cleveland. She served ultimately -I o- i ) say unto you,
as Reader In First ChurChl! V Mary Baker Eddy: "Under- time here with their daughter What the best and vvUest parent: What things whatsoever ye desire,

of Christ, Scientist, Bt'S INDUSTRY H\RD HIT standing the control which Love Mrs. J. T. Hancock and warns '01 his (own 'hl'.I 1 lint mini when ye pray, believe that ye have
as a member of Its board of direc I BY SELECTIVE !SERVICE I held over all Daniel felt safe in children. t..1' Clllllll.l' ;i .i I: ., '. ., i 1 them and ye shall have themifol'k -
tors. In 1898 both Mr. and Mrs. I the lion's den. and Paul proved the i -0- ;rarer John Dewey. \ 11:24.Little : .
McKenzie were called by Mrs. Eddy I I| If the Selective Service program viper to be harmless. All of God's D. S. Hudson cashier or the CI'- ----- -
the discoverer and founder of :1, drafts an appreciable number of creatures moving in the harmonyof izens Bank of Stuart and D H Advertise in The News. News Ads pay big

Christian Science to become mem- 1 fathers this year it will present an Science are harmless useful indestructible I __ _. _.
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bers of her last class taught In extremely difficult manpower problem A realization of thisI
November of that year. I i for the Intercity bus Industry I grand verity was a source of .
Unity of purpose and action to overcome, the National Association i strength to the ancient worthies"
which Is the common goal of all I i I of Motor Bus Operators re- !i (p. 514::25-311.

nations In tills war said the Incoming -,. ported today. In studies recently V

president has been attained In ;I conducted the organization learnedI I Morris Barnett, who has been
the Christian Science movement I I that 73 per cent ol all drivers are
employed at Thalman Ga., by the
under Mrs. Eddy who the new between 21 and 37 years of age and Seaboard Railroad for the past

president described as a master In 62 per cent of the maintenancecrews several months has ,been transfer-
the art of spiritual strategy. "She i fall between the ages of 18 :

leads us. not through selfassertion and 37.Already. leav-ing ''

but by spiritual animus and I the bus Industry has i!I days at 'S :' ).: }
been called upon to meet a difficult
On this have
example. point we
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker
her own words: "The little that I I manpower situation. Last year Jr.
have accomplished has all been nearly half of the employed bus I w'
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drivers went into the armed serf 1 1rte
done through love-self-forgetful. I
I Dr. and Mrs. T. T. Coleman, Mr.
patient. unfailing tenderness' vices war industries or other forms
i: and Mrs. R. E. Hamrick and Mrs. .
(Miscellany p. 247). of work although their transportation ,
G C. Durrance were visitors spendIng -
In this decisive and final conflict I vocation is considered essen-
i yesterday In West Palm Beach.0
the speaker stated determining tial. In addition to having to replace :,
the immediate future of the I I them the bus operators were i -
I R. P. Coleman of Atlanta Oa,
world "how exceedingly blessed Itt required! to increase the total num- I
| the last week end here with
Is to belong to this valiant! army of ber by 27 per cent to take care of I
his brother and sister-in-law, Dr.
those who are working both defensively wartime transportation
and Mrs. T. T. Coleman. Mr. Cole-
result the major operators I
and offensively for civilization a
man Is president of the First National -

and Christian Ideals. The out- hired 8,558 drivers in 1942 as com- I ? ) !

ward organization of the Christian I pared with less than 3,000 the pre- Life Insurance Society with ___ -
Science movement, sacred and Important vious year The problem is not, ':headquarters in Atlanta. v\ ;
as It Is. is but the outward only one of employment, but also of -o-
1 I Mrs. Bill Bawden left Monday
and visible sign of that Unseen : training because new drivers are I
required to take a lengthy course i afternoon for Lakeland where she
Army comprising all the great and I I
of 1 will spend several days visiting relatives -
good of the earth both past: and of instruction In the interests :'
present" public safety. I before she leaves for her

The retiring president pointedout An even higher rate of turnoverwas 1 home in North Carolina where she PIVRrShe's
experienced in the mainten- will spend the summer. V
that it Is not people who are I
waging; the present world conflict, ance departments where nine out -0J ... .
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but "!orces of evil working through of ten employees Joined the military I J Miss Elizabeth Reichert left this people to destroy the very foundation forces or went into other industries j I week for Brooksville where she will pen U her spun-gold hair. But, America's war production ii the of the electric companies it's all
of true Christianity" This Their total number was spend several months visiting her _'". o\ max, how the can handle greatest the world largely beI" the day's workf AH part .f
form 01 human domination she replaced by an additional twentyper I sister. her big pries! cause America has the world's knowing the job.

said would attempt to force upon cent. The increase was necessary I Wait a minute 1 How can 110 STC&ateet supply of electric power They were ready when war
mankind a godless system In which to provide service for the larger The Waffle Shop closed I Its door!t I pounds of beauty boss so many And A- '. eltttne eo+s.came, and now they're product
"there is no Christliness, no love number of buses now operatingto last Saturday night and will remain I tons of steel Is this magic? pomf under business Ml1'Ille far more power than all
I ment provide 80 ant the Axis nine* etmbmtdlThey're
tver con
She concluded with the exhortationto meet transportation needs of the closed for the summer. Mrs. Berks Yes, In a way The modern per America's
cf all that power at low prewarprieetl stepping; up
maple of tleetrie The
those on the battle front to real- war period. states that she expects to be ope that makes it pnwtr.possible for 7111J"powe1'-and w..aen-power
ize their protection In the presenceof V for bus.'ess on the first of Sep a magic nrl'i slim fingers to lift moun- Call that magic, tool I But to tr'''u'ndou.ly 1
God and His truth and for thoseon Miss Sadie Sanders who has tember.i tams of metal,or set great wheels -
the home front'to keep their spent the past two weeks In Okee- -0I h motion ust by pressing a !flI....,.
minds filled with the spirit of godliness -, chobee visiting the family of Mr. i Gilbert Culbreth returned to hli>!I button or pulling a lever. -- romiaf, *"MOOTNOTICE reasrates
"which giveth to all men the and Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr., left home here Saturday: night fro m Women are able to work beside '
riRht of individual salvation Monday night to return to Washington North Carolina where he went to: men on America's roaring ....
A. Warren Norton, Manager of I where she is employed. accompany his mother and dauglv. e production lines becaute eleaI -

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To the Several Property Owners, Taxpayers, .

Citizens and Others having or claiming any

right, title or interest in any lands within ,


the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which


1942 City of Okeechobee taxes have not The Tax Collector of 'the iiiiy of Okeechobee, I

been paid: Florida, will sell all lands in the City of Okee- I

chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which I

= :.- ;= City of Oke chobee taxes for the year 1942 I

have not been paid, en the 5th day of July

A, D. 1943, at the City nail in said City of

Okeechobee.! Lists of lands to be sold have been

SAID SALE WILL BEGIN AT NOON posted at the following places in said City of I

ON JULY 5TH, 1943. Okeechobee: !

Front Door of the City Hall 1

Bulletin Board in the County Courthouse i:

Bulletin Board in United States Postoffice !


; R. C. EVANS, City Tax Collector .

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