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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: May 19, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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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News of Our Boy : Sixty-Five Graduate From Students Florida Will Four Offices to Be In the Run-Off Next U.Seeking S. Coast SPARS Guard Is To Hon. Sam Getzen


In Various Camp; Southern College May 22 i Tuesday; Much Interest Developed, In Serve As DraftsmenThe Will Be Principal

Lakeland, Special) -- Sixty-five !] u. S Coast Guard i is Seeking

At Home & Abroad : tuiunu,, will be l graduated from'I Governor's Race--Caldwell and GreenNext SPARS to serve as cartographers, Speaker at Rally

Florida Southern college May 22. draftsmen, hydrographers and pho
I Thirteen will receive degrees of I! tographers. A limited number of
Mrs. K. E. Hood this
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,n, i uveU a letter from their I bachelor of arts; one, bachelor of Tuesday will bring to a close the Demo women with previous experience In I' lion Sam Getzen will be the

which he be science; one, bachelor of science I cratic Primaries for this when the people to these fields Is Deeded for specific principal speaker at a rally to beheld
Kill, Jr., I in says .Ix.I I year go I tomorrow night at the bandstand -
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business administration; thirty jobs, according to Seventh naval district
i>n maneuvers with the army. the polls to vote in the second primary. There are the
bachelor of science, education; four, i j headquarters, :Miami In the park here in interest
i ana, Texas and Tennessee arc that not decided in the first pries: candidate for the
bachelor of science, home econoics only four races were | Women who have worked for railroad of Lex Green,
where the maneuvers c i iIK "
nates staged and h* says they ez. ;; five, licentiate of Instruc j mary. In this county the people will vote in the run complies or other travel systems Democratic nomination as Governor
of Florida Mr. Getzen i i is a
t to be there about four IRoreII'h. Lion I off race for Governor between Millard Caldwell and alao are being sought for
Four itudents will complete Lex Green ; Congressman from the new Sixth Dis- work in Coast Guard transportation ,' former Speaker of the House ofRepresentatives .
l aUo served
a'' aryl
s Sand one-year commercial course, and on.I. offices.
L. L of and Dwight I'
I I Seven elate trict between Stuckey Eahpkee one term .. Senator in the Florida
., Alls- K. K lluud have re- a two-year course. are L. of Fort Lauderdale Sheriff between R. E. In addition the service seeks wOe Senatorial l
]I. reprsented beside Florida. Rogers ; Senate from the Ninth; ,
,1 aeveiul letters recently from I Commissioner men tailors and typewriter repair
Commencement exercises will be. Padgett and N. 0. Stewart, and County I District ,
-un, Clarence: who in with his I IUj' I gin Sunday in the Annie Pfeiffer from District number five between R. E. (Eddie), specialists. It also needs women The meeting will begin promptlyat
,II'i omewher In Italy in which who can train as radio technicians. ,
; the with baccalaureate 8 o'clock with Mr. Getzen a* the
I chapel on a -
campus Bass and 0. J. Chapman.
he n doing tine lur thai To qualify for the Women' Re
All district
Dr. Ludd M. first speaker county
sermon by
a" nu u 111. In his letten heuj Spivey, president of Florida Southern Much interest and enthusiasm has developednot curve of the Coast Guard applicant. and state candidates who wish are

-> ML- would like to hear from only in Okeechobee but all over the state in the must be American citizens between ''I Invited to speak if they desire. A
,, Ukecihobe who would the ages of 20 and 30, without chil-
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\i.ia Green withuPDol'tel's
Academic procession for graduation race for Governor between Caldwell and loud speaker system will b* on
write hint Hi* address ini dren younger than 18. They must !
to
will start at 10:20 a. in- Mon :: of both men claiming that their candidatewill hand for use by the candidates.
Clarence t'Hood, ASM1S..7S7S / have had two years of high schoolor
i-" I day. Salutatorlan address will be win in the run-off. I This will probably be the last rally
Infantry Co. L, APOJiT business school and be able to I
given by Charles Albert Thompson, of the campaign and the public is
New I We want to the voters to to the polls physical and vision
care of Postmaster, I urge go pass prescribed 1 Invited to be on hand and
Ellenton and valedictorian addressby cordially
i ik City i I Winifred Constance Beck, Zell- Tuesday and vote. Because of the fact that there are I tests. I I I hear what Mr. Getzen has to say In

o e wood. contests in only four races should not keep a single Application may be made at the behalf of the candidacy of Hon. B.

i u d 1 Buromei, left Wednesday to : ----- ,V- -- /oter, away from the polls that day. It is tfhe duty of nearest Coast Guard Recruiting' A. (Lex) Green
In ship which was unt. I itution (90 NE Second avenue, Mlumi i Green the run-
.K' to n-ervone to go to the polls and vote Congressman was
'L t ,1 t Norfolk: Va., alter speiidtg Cpl. Leslie Swain for Seventh naval district) or to Millard Caldwell In the
The Okeechobee News does not who .1 nerup
.. short l leave here with the Bugnui ]I say you l IIy writing to the Commandant, U. first primary and the two candidates .

tamil)'. Kred's ship docked in I Tells of Army Life should 1 vote for in any race and regardless of who S. Coast Guard headquarters, 1300"E" are now in the final lap of the

\oriulk last week after oversee I: ,, you expect to cast your ballot for, be sure to cast it. street, NW, Washington, D. C. campaign. s

luty and he was granted a five day I SPARS serve only at stations vGuardRmen.
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'cave. He left Norfolk by plane and Spent In EnglandMay 1 ing all around, and of course you'reout I Barbecue Enjoyed within the continental limits of the"nit.,1 They enlist for the duration
slaw to Vero Beach where he was now and heading for the fo'lI States, receiving the same n.ontha
I I of the war and six
met by cat and brought to OkeeI'hobee. 12, 1944 hot', double time, sliding and ski I pay. promotions and holding manyof ,

I I I England ing across the Ice and mud, then Wednesday In Park the same ratings as Coast thereafter.
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S e I I into the fox hole, and I bet you .- -- -.. -- ,
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Hello Bryant: I
Word has been received here that I.I I know this will be a surprise to would never guess what the first By A Large Crowd }

Jack Sutton who J II itationed 'you, but what caused me to writ thing Is you find, nice, soft, gooey,

to /.r recovered will mu l, After. It's Over ,bne would I --
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'' atepel( ofifine.i"-the" baa inj' one you would never think tro'b.' rather stajff Jll'OlihUtltsti'Ui.try.toget .k large trowel <*Joyfd; **""*ui\>II: 'With the People .. .

the hospital. Nothing was laid ably. It'. concerning the paper, the mud off- cue held her Wednesday afternoon Who Is In Sympathy

been in the hospitu In the Interest of the of
i' why he had which I Seward and Katie candidacy
Suppose If 1 wanted a home in this coun.
e e e I had Benito mi, and I am very prom'to try, (which definitely I never will) Millard Caldwell who is In the runoff ? What Is the Record of the"Doer"

A letter was received this week get. I received the first of th I would never buy one, Just wait Tuesday with Lex Green. The

iv Mrs, L. L. Conrad from her *" papers about a week ago, and was foi a nice rainy day and take a rally and barbecue was sponsored
inmnil, Virgil Sutton, who la i staiii it a great kick I got out of the guys short cut through lame fellow'sfield by the Okepchobee Caldwell For ? Let Us Go to the

,nl I ,m New Guinea in which hi running for offices of different for when I arrived at the Governor Club and It was estimated

.u.u-id' leveral picture of his outnt kinds old old that about five hundred people at.
same promises same other aide I would have a nice two Record.

Among them wa a picture of I everything, one out to dig the other. acre farm, all I would have to do I Is tended

inn and leveral other army bo to rest It, If I
Well today I received two at find some place !Mayor II. H. Raulerson acted as
but
taken in front of the Red Cross could dislodge It from my shoe muster of ceremonies and Introducedthe
He once, I opened one and looked it
of New; Guinea.
n the jungle
also included leveral picture of over, then started unfolding the That's the bad side, it's Spring speakers The first speaker on

of the native boy and girls other, and looking it over. Then I now, or that's what they tell me. the program was Evans Creary LEX GREEN and MiLLARD CALDWELL were both members of
sonic This Bill to
Senate Bill 1865. wa a
from Martin Countyand and voted
representative un
the 75th Congress
noticed something white fall out on
left Wednesday
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that wan taken near the camp. It come one Tuesday the elimination of unsafe and Insanitary housing conditions,
Speaker Designate of the 1945 provide
e e e my, coveralls, I gave the paper a but there's a little sneaking loUR THE ERADICATION OF SLUMS, FOR THE ERECTION OF

:Mrs Ella Conrad received a letter I shake and looked again, lure enough back now, and the place as bad a* session of the Florida Legislature PECEXT, SAFE, AND SANITARY DWELLINGS FOR FAMILIES OF
I right, there it was, lIe was followed by Thad Carltonof the reduction of unemployment, the stimn-
Cpl. | was some you I hate to admit, Is beautiful. B. UOW INCOME, and for
this week from her ion. uld Florida sand, how in hell it got still not beautiful as Florida. Fort Pierce, Assistant State At. acing of business activity and the creation of' the United States
Edward T. Conrad, who li itationed II as voted FOR the Bill, Millard Caldwell
in there I don't know and don'tan torney for this circuit, while the (lousing Authority. Lee Green
somewhere In England. He layi he We are doing a great job over principle address of the day wa' rated AGAINST It. Congressional Record, Vol. 81, Part 8, Page 9294.
but there it and I
It was was here, and the results are excellent,
and like
,it getting! along fine delivered by Hon. Charles Mitchell'of
over there. Cpl. Conrad has been i in I glad to see it. I carefully gatheredmost Der Fueher definitely \is not happyWe Vero Beach
of it and carried It to
England since last November.v over have lost some ships but a new
_-y the Warrant Officer that I work one from back home steps In to take Each of the speakers told of the in 1926 and 1928 South Florida suffered devastating storms in
with, and asked him if he ,he Lake Okeechobee area 3,000 human beings lost their lives.
and Mn. Kit Bowden and nere its place and a crew as brave as long and faithful service which Mr. burned in piles because the ordinary burial facilities
two ions, Kay and Paul Howard, II wanted to see something that was they make them, takes her on her Caldwell has rendered while serving were Corpse overwhelmed.* were A republican I'resldent-elect visited the area to I
darned nice, and showed him the first con-bat mission his Mr Mitchell A republican Congress voted :
and Charles Lovvorn of Clewlaton,, state In'Congress plan methods of preventing a repetition.
visitors spending the day here I sand "That's good old Florida san I work directly with the combat also told of how long h* had over ten million dollars to construct a magnificent system of levee

were with Judge and Mra. JE.. I I have a good notion to put It In my crew., and I get to see just what known Millard Caldwell personally. and dykes and drainage works to prevent for all time a repetition of "
Sunday shoei and walk around and this great disaster. In order that this project be carried out It wa
just
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men are made of, I suppose one I The large crowd thoroughly enjoyed the
Lovvorn. rttcessary for the State of Florida to co-operate by creating
-o- around on It. of the few that comes In direct the barbecue that was servedIn I Okeechobee Flood Control District. WHY WOULD ANY ONE VOTE

W. A. :Moore and Albert Berka I You see when I first got here, it contact with each member just before the shade of the oak trees In the AUAlNSTiTHlS HUMANITARIAN MEASURE Millard Caldwell was

who are now residing at Clewliton I was raining and the mud, oh me, the take-off, and I will say park. one of four member recorded AGAINST the passage of the Bill,

were visitors spending lon.e time I've never seen anything like It anywhere they really have the guts and are _VSOLDIERS'. B V House Bill No.; 497- House Journal 1929, pages 345.6.

here Tuesday night coming over to I It was terrible And along not letting anyone know If they are

attend the meeting of the Okeechobee about that time we were having a scared when they receive a tough FOOD I
few air raids, and cold the devil It'. responsibility to -
Lodge of Masons.o as assignment. my Persona sending rationed food to In 1931 Millard Caldwell voted AGAINST Senate Bill No. 361
,- too, if you think It was fun, oh boy, lee that every man has an armour. soldiers and other Individuals over which secured to the 67 counties of Florida large revenues for worth
about the time decided to to ''ed before takeoff, and to Had his opposition to the law prevailed the
:Mr. and !Mrs W. I. Lawson who we go suit up seas need not lose ration pemts, while public purposes.
their home in Clewlston' bed, and that was usually around I, date I have not failed them, I hope I I counties would be deprived of this revenue which now amount to ;
have made C'haunccy W. Butler, district direc. annually, and Old-Age Pension could
for the past two yean have return. I eleven for Jerrle come as regular 1 can just keep It up. ,, tor of the Office of Price Adminls- around not have 348,000.00 had their per recent county Increase. House Journal 1931, pages 518.19. '
ed to Okeechobee and will make as clock work around nine-thirty. My squadron has been lucky, I've I tr..tion announced. ,

this their home again Mr. Lawson Really it was so timed we would I only seen two ships leave that had a :

again employed at his old position wait up for him to keep from getting one way ticket, but the other squadrons Application may be made to the In mi\ the Florida Legislature enacted the Teachers' Pension

with Gilbert Culbreth at theI'tt up again Then undress and haven't been so lucky. OPA district offices for the ration Bill providing a pension for school teacher who have given 35 yearsof
Service Station. slide down between those blanketsso I don't like the beer they have currency needed, giving the name their life to Florida' Public School and who are Incapacitated
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L- nice and warm and off to sleep, "cr here, and whiskey I.I out, f | and addres of the applicant, port or and without mean of adequate support Millard Caldwell voted

Paul Hood, ion of Mr. and Mr*. just when you get to dreaming of It'* so high until one can't buy it, I t other shipping point from which AdAi.NSr this humanitarian measure for the benefit of Florida' f

K E, Hood, has enlisted in the Navy things that used to be, off goes the around sixteen to twenty dollars per food Is to be shipped, how It will underpaid teachers House Journal, 1931, page 6JS7.

and left Saturday. At the present siren, here It's about three in the fifth. So I don't drink any more, i be shipped, and-if it Is to be shipped -

time It3 not known where he will morning, you bail out of your bunkon well not much. by mail-the address of the
I to do whateveryou post office from which the food I.I Is A group of Florida War Mother In West Palm Beach on May
take hi boot training. the cold concrete floor, and It'li'o You are at liberty ,
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10th called on voters of the State to dedicate this election to our
-o- cold there's ice on the ground wish with this letter, If It can | to be mailed, kind. and quantltty elect LEX GREEN Governor-
and
hoy. and girls in the armed force
C. H. Parkerion, local manager |I outside No light, that's out completely bring out a laugh, let 'er rip, and of food to be exported, and the because of his experience, his faith In a greater Florida, his Christian

for the Florida Power and Light I| and you're liable to bump I'll meet all you guys at the lower name and address of the person to lit., constructive record, and valuable contact In Washington,,

Company, Spent Wednesday and | noses with one of the other boys In foid. whom rationed food are to be ex all of which, they say, twill contribute greatly to winning the war '
I and the and returning our sons and daughters to a safe and
Thursday in Miami where be wentto your hurry to get something on be. As always, I ported. peace
for
I sound political economy Let' Join these War Mothers In voting
attend a meeting of the Division sides your long handles, and then "PECK"Cpl. I I Persons granted ration currency for LEX (;ii ZN on :.Maay, 23rd. ELECT AS YOUR :NEXT GOVERNOR A "
Manager of his company I I pomes the parade down through the Leslie R. (Peck) Swain this purpose must gynt proof, within MAN WHOSE' RECORD SPEAKS FOIt HIS INTEREST IN HUMANirV -

-0- I i Imrracks, ntumpllng over this and 11085228 30 days, that the food has been -LEX GREEN: IS SUCH A III AS.I

Charles Parkerson, son of Mr. and I bumping Into that trying to get out 491th Bombardment Squadron (M) I shipped out of the country.

Mrs. C. H. Puke non, will leave tonight I In a hurry. The ask ack guns don't 344'h Bombardment Group V Political Advertisement paid for by Florida CItizen.

for Miami where he will enter i help one's feelings any too much, APO 140, care Postmaster I I .

the United State Navy. I I especially when the flak itarts fallJ New York, N. Y. '' Advertise in The News.

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Housewives and other persons
who collect waste kitchen, (mite
continue to be paid both ration wild I Your Order to
point and cash for nil hous.hold'aalvagl '
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,'STOP AND THINK what t a broken Derfoot. al .load one a ... Thicklev on cabinet tea al underneath Mist twice 01 a on y.beckA ... ol
on (rooting unit eauoet relrigor* 17. Dent tot tonporatufo tontrol. oAlower '
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'r...... .M.d.C "Guess we're pretty lucky in our town, are not provided for them. Young people
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to the health I of f your f 'I'D.I "it will .aw.Il 10 run loa,... II Turn temperature control to loweitletting Judge that we don't have the youth always want to be with others of their own
t'. Spoiled foods are dangerous foods I. Don more.pen than the absolutely..''rI.alor........* oral day when leaving home lor row problem you read about in other places." age. .,want their own type of entertainment.
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... ... i. .unbalanced meals are almostcertain Imp II. Moior oheuld.. be BIMMal.. \ "Don't know aa you can call it lucky Town after town has found out that once
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to follow when you don t locato.. refrigerator In .a.shady. ipettun tch..bm. Harold..,we saw it coming with the war these simple wants are met, the problemand
j],<0'\ .t! have the contents ol I the. relrigera-oi Brood will told, not...nhlne.m. candie it.II oraddough 10 KOTO your rolrlgerater. tnipocled cdItail we did something about it before it hit is well on its way to being licked."
i tor to fall back upon many will Day freeh longor In I horolngoralor. twice Tierr. us. We gave our 'teen age youngsters the "Guess I didn't really know how farsighted -
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you want government get out f.1tin o Wom" ate than ever in the U \ You
for Millard Caldwell for Governor nOw c0unttY c4t1
vote next Tuesday. Thousands greater out "t.J\\\'"
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Vote don't leave it to the other fellow !Itr tot womeach the ce to "G1 l MtpMt

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Florida must have a capable governor to handle the difficult ( 1.puDERDp\.t : FS.

\ problems of the next four years. Millard Caldwell's record f1.. ",\\.t : t-GAINESVItLEpLM
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a man-a "doer". no t"promlser. "-an able man who % 'l41S1TIfE P 36

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I R. E. "Let's"(BOB) Elect PADGETT : : : : : llllllllllll

New Version of
Old American Tradition an Sheriff of CountyA Okeechobee r Sixth Regional Townsend Organization I

::.J: Florida: Georgia, Alabama! and Mississippi '
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W. were pitting on Ed Carey's an American tradition: making a r A"I'iA 'alRaj 64 N. Court Street
porch, enjoying a friendly glassof things,doing things,Just a little == ==
beer, when a squadron of better, whether It's an airplaneor m ORLANDO, FLORIDA
fighter planes goes over-In a railroad or a glass of fine
tight formation-swift and trim American beer like this." ? Wayne B. Albers, Director
and powerful And from where I tit, Ed has y =-. I ====
"'There" says Ed proudly, put his finger on what make.
"goes aD American tradition. America great-and will keep t May 8, 1944 ; ]
"What do yon mean,tradition?" her great The urge to do things tj1i4 c; isi
Kben Crowell NY.. "America's just a little better-from the
a hundred ilxty yean old-fly. planes we make to the glass of To the Townsend Club Members and Friends: =.
b,'. the newest thing there L.+." beer that we enjoy.Things to be aM
proud of-all of them!
"But those planes," says Ed! Greetings: =
"they're the best In the world- P FI:.- ===
the best mad and the best 8oefJtI ( t -: We have
down That's what I mean by p experienced a splendid Victory in the Primary
=_ elections in Florida. __
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Ho. 87 of a Series Copyright,1944, Brewing Induttrf FounJaUa* ,
Senator Claude Pepper and all of our incumbent Congress =
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\PIG'S Man with EI"entar. Experience
TE+t y tJt( Governor in the United States.
\1ffSl; Yt j &EJI tosfaj I In Law Enforc..ment.A : ==
A :\ That Will Stand t'p for the ==
WAR BONDS : tfflJR SOlIDS Rights of I1U People and County = Hon. Lex Green our staunch friend and supporter, has --
He Will Rive lou Honest and True s succeeded in getting into the run-off for Governor of Florida. ,
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All Other State Co-operation County and City : His opponent was the only man, in the History of the ::

Official. Townsend Organization in Florida, who while serving in Congress =::!
THE ELECTION OF He Promises I Full Cooperation With ;2:: refused to sign the Petition, and voted against the Townsend -.
All Cattlemen and Stockmen and If' bill.
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You Stock and Cattlemen Will Co.I II =

I operate with Him He Will !Make 'F It is our duty to extend every support to our "Lex Green" :=
This Safer Place for Oar
DWIGHT t. ROGERS County Stock a to Roam In. I ;:: in electing him Governor by an overwhelming vote of confidence
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TO VOTE AND SUPPORT !-: Let us vote the Townsend Way on Election Day, May 23. ::

WILL BE APPRECIATED
CONGRESSMEANS :. : Sincerely, S
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DWIGHT L. ROGERS in the Florida Legislature Tour trip may have to wait :

gave YOU "HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION"which
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took STATE, COUNTY and CITY I Somewhere a military division gets orders to understand. Far less than a normal amount of

TAXES off your HOMES RIGHT HERE IN move That takes a lot ol Pullmans and other railroad space is available, yet due to gasoline
I railroad equipment. A class of airmen finish their and tire rationing more people than ever are trav
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.HIS I course and transfer to another field. That requires eling by train. ".,
k.' more Pullmans. A detachment of navy men leave
-1' for a distant port The men and women behind; our ticket counters ;.
PUBLIC RECORD I V. are doing their very best to serve you under
is OPEN
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an I i! Every day, in all parts of the country, this these trying conditions. No one would be happier
goes on. Military units ranging in size from than they if we could operate the extra trains ,lt..
ALL! 11 thousands of men down to small groups traveling and extra sections necessary to accommodate
under orders must be moved. One-balf of all everyone as we were able to do, with few exceptions
available Pullman cars and almost one-third of during peacetime.
41' all the railroad coaches are thus employed.
But with a war to win, we have to get along I
ROGERS for So if you find all the Pullman and coach the best we can with the equipment and space
I '- space reserved on some of our trains weeks in that is left over after all military requiremcne-
frCO6flSS 1 I advance, the reason for this is not difficult to have been met.



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#!'-- : ; 1iI./-' ,: > 'r4 i',> I I The Imposter Senator from the Ninth Senatorial District,

Tropical heat waves will leave you It cool and calm at this Power WITH -
model if this right for town
you wear crisp two-piece gingham or
country. You might make it In a red and white plaid, with trimming! of Ellen Drew
red bin binding. Besides being fun to tew for yourself, It Is economical will be the principal speaker.
and patriotic, for you will l>e able to save for more War Bonds and ilampn. Also: COMEDY
A suitable pattern may be obtained lU your local itore
V.S.Trtatrry D'l'or-r- i

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"IN OLD OKLAHOMV"

u "ALI BABI John AND Wayne 40 THIEVES"Mavle Any Local, State or District Candidates who de-

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If your Everglades Drainage District taxes "LOST ANGEL"

for 1941 are still delinquent July 1, 1944, fee : James Craig"THOUSANDS sire are cordially invited to be on hand and speak

sinple title to such land will revert to the Boardof CHEER"Kathryn
Grayson
Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Dis- "RIDING HIGH"
trict. Dorothy Lamour

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This Is a family war. T*
=: of Circuit Court yoarWarBondbuyingthreaghthe Everybody Invited
#i Okeechobee, Florida t' payroll savings plan 08 a
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He is for unity in Florida-no sectionalism of any kind. ,

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'I' He believes in NO sales tax. We do not need any additional -

} taxes.
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His record in Washington can be checked and found to
be at all times for the OLD PEOPLE and VETERANS. He be-

lieves in NO red tape where they are concerned.HIS .

INTEGRITY CAN NOT BE QUESTIONED. All state '

problems for the present and post-war conditions need his ex- : -IT

perience and CHARACTER. jQ p

LEX GREEN stands for ALL of the people in EACH
COUNTY-NOT A FAVORED FEW. He has a record of fair-
to his constituents. He has been elected nine times to Con-
ness ... \tn ell...
And today the varied, fertile production of wide
gress from his home district and qongressman-at-Large for the a variety of farm crops,
soils of the
whole of Florid His record in Washington has been one FOR South are helping to sustain in dairying, poultry raising, livestock and
our nation fighting for its of life. In in the
I way growing of fruits and vegetables.
of this State.A .
the people great this rich area agricultural products range
from sub-tropic fruits and vegetables in The Seaboard Railway through 1 Its Agricultural .
MAN WHO MAKES HIS OWN PROMISES AND THEN Florida to thegrainfields and apple orchards Development Department has

: KEEPS THEM. I I of Virginia.Where I contributed substantially to the growth of
I the S out h'* agriculture.1 In coming days,
i'I once the principal/ crop was cot. the Seaboard will actively assist In the
ton,diversification is now the order of the further development of the rich farming
I day and the South takes high rank in the resources of its territory. ..
Elect Lex Green
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11"11 at Illton I.Ilut AND (Oat anil all hid' lit the Courllinuao,
or IIlIlIcockI.I. beginning' nt 111'UU o''I'lt'k A M un ho
MJ1ICK |4 HEREBY: I\KV: tbut the following "" .,'rllll'1I Inniln will be with tJItrp Hub\ ',dm uf June. lull. A. to all par.
aolil at public auction on the I11 ml ilav of June, A. t), 11)14 at the 'ourt Home, of H\V\4 orNW'4 governing uld DlKtrlit will laaold iclv 1 of land 1 of tell acres or mure,
the ConntX of okcedmbce, State of Florida, to lay the amount due for taxi of Nn' f. eran ut pnlillc aiKtlon, 'liifrlniilnK lit twiheocluik title In one.half, of petroleum and
herein net oppnalto tn the annie, tiiiri'ther with all mat of each sale and ndvertlalngr. wJy 2t1.3 noon un Hie hi J.u, of June, three.fuiirlba' of other. inliieriilii will
Siild aiile to bruin at 1} :00 oclock lioon. ft. W 011 M.I ll)4i at tho front door of the Cnurt be ncr\ed bv 1'ruateea of Ibo Inter
In'VI: n. to W TluiiHe In the City of Okcoi.(inline, mil Improvement I'und. Enaomentt for
11E4eRII'TIOY AtIOt'NT OF TAr \ 1"lry Iii,.' M"o Florida, and continuing until anld aile rOil,I right uf way JIM r"I.t1lu willbe
Of '..\1oU; 8. T. R. A. O\\,1ot:1I; ANU u"'r 4. 88411.9 ft 10 U completed, I reserved by ;mild Iruateei from

Lot 31 __n_.._______ 23 80: a2 20 Mrs, A. I.h.v ----------------1 IM 17 It water .le.vel. A complete, Hat of stub llniiient any /parcel through wbbh there la an
lot 0 __.._...._.... 26 al: 32 20 ('hurl,'. f:. Bellows ____..____ 104hots l'Iorly' Oil lunda In a\alhilje| for public limpui" cxlmlng state mud ; null easement for
15 10 2t Inc25 8:1: 32 10 M. Ryan _n..___.._____..._.__ 6,34 sold,' water 11110 tluii during tlie lnmlncHa huiiia HI the ilrnlnatfe nnil lainutloit mid for
Ely of NE4 of lau ft. N 323 ofries of the 1'ai Colluilor fur the fond |iiirpnnua; will be rcaerved hr the

1R'ft ____..._____"_ II 33 31 20 Mr. Nrlly Purley .._...._____ 1,94855'x1 ft tu Beg ..---- 4 3S 3:1: 943 Perry Carlton .................. 1I.9q Coutitv of Okei-chobpe In the Court Ilonrd\ of CoiiiinlaMliinerii of Evirgladei ,
uf M\" .. _____. 211 33 33 fO 11. E. 1"loldl ....__.._..._..___ 2.81 All .--.---------- 134 35010 lnrlhn loune at Okrerhuhre Florida nnd l4). liriilnaue t HlntrbtIICMI.
N 1'1' a.rn ofX.lI.t ,\ Bruit BIII Will. bane, 31111 v3: (("Ulrica. as to tbe liinda' IncliidtJ lu 'rlptlun

of -t\4 3133\ 33 16 I.. longest ...._.._...._.._n.. 1.:10: All _-............. 8 II 34 3f 311 3111:19 619:: Martha Martha 101"011 1oI"Olt 01,1, '.V In. 1.1I1I'e :11153 sold ilclliniiiciit.' Mat, b.\ mull or by Lot, 17 Itlk H. bright oc Baaa BubllllHlllll -

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Lot 20 __n________._ 10 :84 3\: 20 II. Dl. WOUlI'ock ___...____ 184Iot All _"_nn_. It 34 36 11-1 M tnrllill Scott 11,1'm., I.allee 894',1 I tees hiiiira, null be fully nnawcri-il bv Lnl 1JIlk( ;,IH, l Itv of Okea'hi4.ee'
2. _____.__._____ III ::11 320: "ute B. Newell ___________..... 111- All _______._u___ 12 I\f 311 041 Inrthll M'utl und \\'w. Lance 8853: the office of mild lax ColleitorUU ) I Lulu 22 and 'I: P.Ik 'II. HIIHH Solid
IA-------------- 1:1: 34 320: l'uknuwll n_._____._..__.._.... I.M All -----...--.... 13 Sf 35041 Mllrlhll Scott olld'w.. I.allca 311"3 I isi| : ALUKHSUN violin '
Lot 1:1: u__.._...___. Itl 34 320: l'nknowlI __.__....._._........ 111- All -------.-----. H 34 3d 643 II'rthll 1oI1'U" IIIIJ ::11I. 1.0111' !1953 Tax Collector of, UkuecbubteCuunty 1..1, :a, Illk 114; ( Itv of OkccchnheoI
Lot U ..__....__..._ 100&: 320: Molly Jlnllk ...___........_..... 1.M All -.-...-------. 1. 3. 3d tHO Mllrlha 1oI1'UtI"S"Dlt and \\ m. I.nll'e .111 03 I 1'lorlilaNIIIKI. I I I. J nnd. :1: Illk 12\\). City of
Lot 12 _______?__.. IY U 33 20 D. 'n. Llltfollbaulh ......_... I.M All nC"I.t Nyu of old 1 \\11'' 'all'e 31L53 --- 11'1'1''fT pkeecbolLOIN O.' .
Lot 211 _.__?__..____ 21 U 33 20 I'lIilllu"'n ._.__.._..--..-..... 111- NEu4 -----___? 22 3. 30 539 Mnrlhn MI'n" .. OK ( OMIMrllON: IIf' I to it Im .. Illk 7D ('II.V of
............ 144 and Will. 1.1111" :I t3.1 : \:1.11: | MrKTINO: rOH 4'( K. (tln'IN'llid'eI'na
Lot III _.___..__. 211 34 320: 1:11"11: U. Veo.eu .. Lute I. 2.
Lot :m __n_..___-." 29 U 33 20 1oI"nll1, Helnu ..____-...... I.M 10. 1l. 81k 3. 1.t. I .l'II'f; Ot' tit; UIINO OlllrtTIONK .1. 7. N and ID. Illk: III: City of
Lilt :$2 _._.____._.. 2U 38:1: 20 l.v,1I1I M, fierber.________..... 161 We.t \M ( OMI'IIMH. I OkiM'l'llnbec
lot III ._.__ _..__ 31 333 205'. WIIMIIII __00___..____.__..__ 1M Lot O. 81""u"u Blk Dlr.. M. T. I.ol ......_...___... 2.'I: 111 ALL WHOM) 1 IT Mil' ( 'ONI 'iiN: : Lou 4 tu :.' Inc. Illk C. Wright and
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Lilt 1J _._.__________ 3:1: 84 33 20 U, It. Wlnl"r '- Co. II.U. I '
Lola 17, 2tt A 2U 8 :n 33 00 IIlnnl'hp E. Case .....__....._. 4,01 Iot U. Elk H SIrL II11IDel Van Pull 11\112)\ ) .. 312 I liralniiKi' I'Ulrlct) pHmi'd by the Io.rllalnrc | ;\I \\ I", ut MA 4. run \\ lM( H, H
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W'J lilt n. all lot Land Cu, $ LL. H Mr.. IlIlInvb011 Pull 111113 ._ 3,17 [ uf Lvurgludm. Druluuge UU. Lit It, lilk 4, rlniilbcrn I'hll'.1,11., .

SY ..-s-___ __ Ii 83 83 30 F. n. 11111 ..............__...... 2.1:1: 1I"1fIE .or Oovt till'I IIIIH iHiinid to bi rcpnrtid| n tlt,"
n ? jut 4. run S 311'r budget iihiiuliiif the debt aer>''be ri"- Lot 11, Illk 4, Snullierii fines Addltlnll .
Lot 4 _un__-__...__. K aa 33 20 W. Fl I4redley ......_..._..... I.M 1V h, E ildu I I iiilriinviil, of the District during the
Id------------------ 1f\3: ::1:1: 20 t'lIkllowlI _._....___._.......u_ I.M 0 C1oenta )cur ginning' un the lat ilnx' of next Lot 11, Illk 2, Sum horn 1'lIu'd.ll.-
Lilt 311 __________..__ II ao 33 2n l'nkllOWI1 _...._................ 1.M ('rk. IWO ft. N I Nnicuil'tr and eliding on the :flHt duly I lull
1.101Send6Blk8. slung enid ('rk ol tin sUrri't'Otiig, tit'tob", r. and the Lot1 to 4 Iris. Blk C, \\rlgbfi
Oreel"v H.L! .__.., B. F. Hmlth u.u_-......... 1.22 to dlvlelun IIno line bun bcin plaicd nn file In the Second Addllluii,

Lot 21 __..___..____. 12 83 33 20 O. O. Ulnllrhnrl .........._... 1.3 of luls 2. 3. 4 oil Ice of the Keilcllirv of the HUtrl't Lulu 4, a and II Blk 21111 l> l, City of
lots 3. 4. 13 and H 17 33 sa 80 E. !t. \\' aver ____........-. 11.2. IIl'lrox!' 31t ft. at Hnniii 11U7 Ulmnjiw; llulldlni. Mlami llKi. bobiiLulu .
F. HOO rt ____n__ 23 as 30 10 11"011011 1" Inrldiilnrc the HIIIIIC may be 1.. II nnil H. Illk: P. Wright
IIperllllllll Lb, ......_. 4.48
1\\"INOI'It: P.\RK 8-0 I cxiuuliKil, und thin la to notify von ami fines HubdlvlalonLnl
of lots II and It t1 83 JIa ( JSSf:1t IIWIIL\10-; 8Dur that mild Hoard will meet ut sold I 4. A, II and II to 11 Inc.. ilk
I.ot 2 Block 7 _._._. t'nkllo\l'u ................... 1.011 nVeaW, 9Eof on 'HIM' uli dm of June, A, 1) '. ltl\cinlile I'ark Aildlllun
Lot 30 Blo.k 10 George Faulk .._........._... 1.01 ilK ,. .-- -_ ",_ ...__ I 87 33111k 19do44 I ut ODE. uilock 111 theafternoon; IIIIH :3. 4. 7 mill, H. Illk liin CIty of e
Leta 211 and 30 Block uf enid (.lav (Ibulng not lees Ibun flfecu ikciihobce

12 ....__........___ 'Uffnrd Gerald ___.......____u 1.31 I.ut 1 --------.. :0I 11ary :0:. Enot'rl.v ...._____. ins ( days from the- dale. of Ihu first IliMKIi (IF ('()IIDIISSIONt'ti8| : |:|
Lola 31 and 32 Block Lot 0 ...-..--__.. 20 I.Ydln I'. Stoneh4'rper" ...... 1.0S iiiblliation' hereof for the purpnne. uf OP K\HIAI: ;' ( II itA IS.m .

tI: __.._...__....._.. "lIkno.n uu................._ 1.:11: 1.01.I and III .. 2U I'IIIla' (1. 11..11.._.....?.._..... 1.10 h'n rill II objcdluna and coniplalnla' .\, DISTRICT
Lot 8 20 8S 83 20 J. n. Varghan.--.- _...__- __ 1.r\f Lola It and 12 00 11. V. Orrllllll ................ 1,04 with riapwt to mild budgetUIIAHIl 'rlti's'rEiis I: i IKI'UK: INTfn.1. : .
Lute t7--------------------0 33 330 l'lIkuOWI1 ...................__. 2.11 1.0' 15' ----00--- 5) A. W, IIAy'n ................ 10s OF C'OMMISXIONEIIH! -'\.\ I111'kVIMENT 1 : n'o.1I:
Lot 5. I.u.. I aud24 -. if IIIIllh V. HrPIIIIII _........_.... Los (I)<' LVLUOL\DLS LUAIN. Oh' Till, STAli OK FLOUll -
rl n.rlo.12S RU : Dal.y JelllIJ'I., _._......_.... 1. ,but, t.I ____n_... 711 1\'. 8. Mrllnuuli _.. ...._.. 1.0S AUf: DisrmcrB >.\.
Lou 22 and 2:1.: IUk 8 .' '., u.atMyf0lMlRaeinger NET; : 1'\1111. -IJur n \' MV11K It. TE NA-IT. Chairman Bv HO 1\' It. RAPLnUXOV. Agent
BUe411ee. NVS 137 ISIJlk \'I''I'ES'l'I : fur runletii uf the Internal Im.pruvument .
inmN4 1elka 1.1\2 Bv h. M TIIUOOHfl Secretary Fund ami fur
......... Hoard
Ktocllull of lut 25 nn____ t 33 810 John Worms .............._._ .92 Lot(Lou 2:1: __n___._. 1 :1111 n. Turin 8 .._..._._.._____ 105 SEAL( ) nf iiininlKKtuiipni nf Ltcrglaile:
1'1' __.
and W'/4 ? .n 2' II 1'. [crown _.. ... Drainage. 111.1'.0'\ dkwcholiee
Lute 25720 ._....... 1.0
of 2 _u_____._. U 33 3f M George Tulpy ..____..._u...... SOS Lot I __..__....__ 33 Ello; ,. 11. \'Olllllf .?.__..._.....___ 1.0Q OHDFIl: OF PlHLICtTION (omit).. Florldii'
20 W. t:. HpWltt .._.....____.... I.M ---- --
I.ut It .__._____.__.. 17 310 84 OKFLCIIIItF.I: : ( ITT It iippearlng' bv uflldiult tu the HIM
Loll 21 end 22 ______ 11 83 33 40 A. n. lIelll1l. u..____.._....... 271 Lola 4. 5 of Coniplnlnt, In a nail for ,dlxonp J'IoIITH' E
I.ot H .________ ____ 1B 33 33 20 J. f.. 1.0,11 uuu________. I.M h 0. a Agora" lIurrplJ _..___..______.... Ins filed In a canoe pc'ndlni In thi Circuit Oki ei linbee County, rlorldn,
'
Lot 30 _______00.-.__ 24 33 33 20 1'lIknowlI _________._..._.__u__ 1.M Lola I.nl 7 : ____..00.... 10 AIII ll..i. ____-...___.._______ 1.0 I'nnri In and, fur Okf,,'holiee County, Muv ID, 1114
E4 of lot 27 _._.00_' 23 33 33 10 MnI"lIlIe I'. henry .......... .02 2:1 lu 201ne III -..____...__..__ 1.IIQ Florida ruinlllhim. K:, harden'' vonci:: is iicitnuv: (IVIN% that
Lots 10 and It __ __._ 21 33 33 fO Unknown .---_.....-._......_.... 2.71 I.ul Lull 18 If: _-_-_-_-_-_---.__ 31 \'I..t. J. lIeaoolior .._....._... .95 In oinplalniuit and Hoac Burden. difcndiint ', I linrmiiiiit lu Section 1or Chapter
.. 311 1'21M;. Lawn
VI'I J. lIel\8Olll'r ___. .0. that said defendant la a non. I of Hnrldu, Acta 1VS7,
OKff'II'lIIff tlElGlIU "'iii .1..Tt':!..jj .IIrililj.r'IiI.1.a.tl'I.tJ : (I.uls t.i. III k 17.. 1111 1I"lIlnh .___ 'u.u known n n HIM Ml UPIHC1'. the f"l-
SEW Lot 12 .. : I\II'AI' ............_. .05 renlduiit of Hit- state of I lorldil : that
of EM! l 110 II .8 RfIIIk ---.. 152 Into AII.IIII n.wl. .... ._. 8.0 her rmlilunii), In 'Is HOlkllllln1111". loulng' diHirlbcd land In Okiuuhobeeuiinly.
I. T. W. A. I.t .:...-.-.... 177 l'uknowlI .._.....__........_. 303r. North lemtown. X..w Turk N. Y., ( rinildii will) l he offered. forenle
Lots 24 and 23 _. 1'1' C. ( \V1I.on .._............... 101 Lot 1 -----__.. .. W. H. Terroll, Eat ._... 1.117 that thereIn nn one In the State of at public iintcrv for the hlgheat
Lola I. 2. 3 ___. 30B Sophia( ('hrhlen.on ...___u_.._ 107 1.011 1 to U Ille -- 177 ""lIkIlOW'1 4 41 Florida the aerrlii' of u mibpocnn upon mid host iimh hid mibjcit tu the right
...... ........ 101L"t. Lull 2 nllli 3 1115 1--------------------- ..f the .1.rll.II. nf
I.utl .2 to 43 Inr 33: I I"nv Rohort .... --- I'ukIlOWII ___._ 1 fl1 \\'hlnl'oul,1 hind the fondant: the Internal Iml -
84 10 31 time 36 ['nkllvwn -.___......_.._......_ l.u7 Lola 1..1 2 2 and_ 3_ ---- 104 1'lIkllu\l'1I ((1943) .___un._.._.._ 1.07 that ahe U above the ago uf twenty- l>riiti incut Fund to rcji-it OilY and all
%V11 except n ? -00 'UO L. M. Turk f116 Fat _._. ..__ ,05 one year : It .li therefore ordered that' bliU. at the, (unrt Huime, Ht ID A. M,
,ltofn r.\4 ? _. 36 13 U 11 n. I). Holmee .................. U4S I..t lot is --------.. 200 14. 1I'lIdllutt __"..n.._--..___ 9 00 the Maid non.rt'nl,lcnt defendant. KOHCBurdi on' l the 1111 ib tiny nf June, 11)41 l-.inu.
4 _...._.___.. 21f moot fur
or SE\4 of Fuuua: 1.011 1'howp.on _....._. I.Q) n, be and slip IM btn'bv required rued right uf way -M> feetnlde
"E'4 _________. 10 U 33 10 MArlh C. nll'lor .?......... I.ftft.. I.ut., 10. It A 12.. 2n I'lIkIlOWII. ._ 4,40 tu 1I1'1"'nr) to the bill of iimiplnlntfiled will h. reserved from any parcel
--.u.n.
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NIV4 or IoIWI,< __ 14 It ad fO W.1.: noawlck Jt ...._.._.. 2.17 hula t- 2 I IIl1d 111,1 3 ..?.. 2211 I'lIkll..wn ____._._..__....__.._. 107 In mid entice on or before 17th thruugh which, there In an exlxtlng
2 Illlti'
Lot 19 Blk 125.Okeecnobe -- :lO I'nkllown _u__.._..__........_. 303 din of 1IM4, uthrrtvhe l the ItuildN .
Iut 3 .. .... : '.,
.
Lot 3 2:10:: I'ukllown ______._._...._...___. olli gatlona: ,: IO'f\'I:1; :) BUI) uf Cuinplnlnt; :\' iicrea (if W 10 acrea of ;.NWIJ;

Plaza S.D Mr. S. Champagne .....,..... 1.52 "/lI'Tn nnn.OIUfrIlOIlF.E: 2f3 S. 31. 1101"11 ._..._._....____._ 3,54)) nil/ ) be. tnken aa coUfeaMed In avid defcndiint uf to SU Hiiiloim I, IUBH 10 111 nnd g.J at 11.'rt'luniiHhli per enMillion 84

$'<, if S\\" 14 of NEVinnd tl: "f Ian 4 A S i I Ralph) nand ..__.__...-....____. 2.19 II IM farther. orihrcd Hint thla order SoiiHi. llnnge :'II I Kant, run K 147.:5S
S% of SH ofNW Lut If ..______n.. 211 ('hllrl..llp ft. S 1171" It II' 117.1s ft V 147.M
Thulllpooll ......____ 105 be published once a week' fur four cone ft
J f:. Hd Bfl .... Lull 2 to 10 lao en !Sarah' E. Seward" .__...._.... 7.13 ""'tithe wake In Hi' < >l
:- 2\1 __of___ltd.__.._No_____22 34 I] M W. D. Coker ............_.,... 8.7t I I114 I-II UhL1'or( MN/1 IHlllt'f"r: nt".UTot x1114! U 37 U CunnM New >.,'a and np\\"State npaper published In laid llaniri. :l'i I Eieh1U1'S'I'III:5: : or TIn IN1EH-

SE', : of flE\4 etsEy I..tl 1 and 2 ... 1 'l'ute 1Mb dm of MilA. t>. 1044 \.\I. IMPKuVrMhNI: : H Nl f)
._______.. 1 IT U 10 It. t:. lIallll'lek ...?.....-..... 12S Lot 3 ----00-00-- 1 Jnnlra""IIkIlO"n liI. .................. ll1Q 1 IVKVI.I: KDIt. it.11'Il'ttSON' I : : oc 'i'in,: sr.vii.: or i i.oit-
.._ I IIM I .
ins
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ofSEIi Lol. 10. II nud! 12 Clerk Circuit Court
N1rEl,1of BFy Hlk 2. 1"'lIr'a MII I lit Snphronla freer, Deputy Clerk II' lm II 1Ltt'LEIiSuN. Agent

of 101\\14.01. 1 37 33 20 R. B. Hamrick/ ......__.._..... 227 11. 22 alllJ 23. I.pult WrlAlht ......._...._.._. 1.38 'Irimleca 11' Fund,
IIIk 8. IlaaeS06dlelxlo0 Okc hnbeo t ''"lIt) I'luildii.
I'W of SE\4 ofSW
\I1 __u __ 1 31 33: 10 U, F. lIamrlck -----------------I .M a8i --. Iola Kellllll .................... 2.13 10;liT I('t:
/w .5. R okiislioliee. (County Florida,
$\\"l, of SW\4 of .J w" 'II TUtU" l'ISf:
R. ":. Hamrlrk .._......... 1.28 MIIV' 19. HM4
.._____... 1 IT n 10 ?? ADDITION; III II 37 Ii r
NnriCE 1:01: HEUFBY: .I\FN that
Lot It .
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Nay of RW\4 of Lnt I. 3.- 3-..--- 4 3 Robert Cnolev ...........____. 2 fill liurmnnit to Section 0 of Chapter e

NWII 811'4' d; 1V4' of 17 U fO R. E. lIamrlck ...._....._...__ S0312s 1,1 12 .. 11111110 Jlllho,1, --.-..--.---.. .- 1,05R lt."n\ !. taws or Florida' .\' 'a '...17
1
ot 1'1\\1... ---00--- Cllr'UII' !lulltI'r .........._.... 1.0 I I known aa the MLIII'IIC'1': and In

1':1/1 14, uf ___E'4__..__orS 2 17 3i1 11 R. E. Hnmrlck _...._.._...__.. 1.0"01..1 IILRIIIIAIIUITION III 13 .7 II ,.pnrminnce'J""IIi..to of Chapter of IHI.! "IH1.V known, Inns Ql theI of

SM. htt BE4 Ot 11 n. R. amrlek .._... ......_. 1.,229 Tot It ...-.. .. 1 H. .I. Davie ':M':Itl.LMihS I H.Int Ills.(
__ 2 IT 1:1: ? I I.ot D ____n_._.. I IVlllinn...........:._..... 111"1 I 'IIIM'T ACT. the fnllnnlnir ilcnerlhedland '
I Lot 7 3 falls _......_..._.. I IIH ullnnted In fiverglndea Pralnage
FF't & ENW',4of I Lot II ---;--'-- ". ColIIlI' .................. I.D lint rlrt. In Ok..h..hp.llIlIlV,, Mor

8E14 of 8E"... 2 IT 31 30 n. E. lIamrlck ......_......... 293 LS I to 4.t-ue, I s I'nknown ___._..........._.____ .1,0 'Ida ,,'111' hp offered for sale nt publiciniiir

N4 or sw4 orI'E4 IIlIti 12 ___ It \ for the bliiheHt' nnd\ ,heel i IIHI| V
____n____ 2 IT 31 20 R. E. Hamrick .............._. 1.117NI Lot 5 .._____n n_.. 12 t'IIkllUWII Row l'earco.___-_.....__.. 130 bid ;mil.Jud to the l right of the 1'run
< of S\V4 or 1111"'IDf P.\KK Lt.e __......______ Ins tiH>a of the Internal Inipriixciiiciif Pinid. Subscribe for The News

1'1'.4: ____u____ 2 11 13 20 R. E. lI.mrlck ...._........... 1OT Lot 4 ----------.. 11 I"b! 1111,1 Kerby Morgan __..._ 925 'and of tin Bniird nf l'uumlulollera ofHMRUStkn'c981fit4d
I.nll 7, 8. t ..... 2l
swift or S\V\4 or ... ........ 12S I Lnl 6 .- _.. : Unknown _..._____..___.._____. 2.1\:
R. E. lIamrlck .... 22
10
_..____... 2 17 U -- ---- trlle.t tux
..._
SE14 .____.._
________ 2.144! ,... '
Lute 1 to 12 23 -.rnm7VV Y(S S J< "' 8 FfIZ.w W W'O< w'ww "" llarftR7IKt''''''''
S c EI'u .t Cox ..._.........._...._ 104 ft ntt.flnus.s'aWITH
fiNvof_ SE'k-.of 2 17 U 10 R. R. lIamrlck ................ 12S UKFErnnfFt: : DEET.OI'MENT: ;

:-1\\1 of NE'/ orSW'4 10.5 8 I) of Gov lot 1 $4 37 R 1 Ir
A N"II or \11 IIInrk .... J
:-I\\ of N\\'I. 2 17 U H R. lit lIaU1rl.k ............._.. 3.f18 Block Q .leoaluta---- 'ukllowlI ..---.n I.US I MONEY ORDER COSTS INCREASEDYOU

It and U ___
IIWl1 or NW'4 ofNW'li u. t'lIkuo\l'u .--__....._....._.__.. 1.38
: & W ofSWy4 1114055 1\0 SAVE EVEN MORE WHEN
ISO YOU
}? ADDITION
of N WII2. aT as 30 n. Iii. lJomrh'k ......_.?..... 2.W3 Lota 1: and 13 I

SE'1 ot SIV4 eSSV'li II II.IIT's lIHoT: Mury 1dIIIIAlhllu. E.t. ..?_... 14,03
_.____..__ 2 17 13 1. R. E. I"'mrl.k' _......._..._. -lw Ind 10 11.ADDITION 1
------- ? Albert Ezell: ....._....._ __. 1.011
if IIW\4 of Lull 2. 3 .1. U .. 13 .I
li'y: MW\ ___.__?_. 2 31 13 20 n. E. lIaml'lek ........._..... 1. 71B7 I I. in. 11. U -- 14 l'uknowu Flurpu'e, 0111111 ..........._.__.. I.n.. 1 PAY BY CHECK
:-I'.. of SE'i of8W4 1S1Ibh1r's 1'JJIIII1I111'r10 ...."_"......_ 3.13 g

._ 2 17 33 20 n. E. IInmrlok ._.............. Lnt t1 ... ... V ,
? ? -- ,
T.Brnntley '!............... 1.08
8'14 nAR14 ofI'IW'4 I
'' u_____. 2 17 3:1: 28 iL E. IJnmrkk. ........... ..... 187 SI'I\TTfU lot 3 W LANUsuavt 01Uke".hp. I(

4'4 NV'$\l------,' uf- 915'4 _or_ 2 17 3:1: 18 1L E. Ihuurlck ............_. 15S Bt'g09.7 ttV.. A'p of 21 37 33 2 J. A. Iauvhlry ..........__ 1.2Q ? "Special Checking Account checks have long .

X Bit oNW4 of o.K
NW4 : NW'4 of car of SW'4lit been most economical method of paying bills '
101\\4. W a
run
NEIi ot S\\4 10 17 as 20 R. E. IInlllrlrk ................ 2.27 2os.7 ft. H 211II7 j|

NF:4: of 8WIi IIf E 20s,3 t. N aIt || and transferring With government in- jj
NF./ _____.__ 10 37 as 1. l'nknown ...................... 11 1I".7 It ..____._ money.
21 37 33 1
Ely uf NE'4 of B.g135,7ft8of JIII1I1" III.. ___..........__... 2.45 : creasing money 'order costs 66 2-3 % "Special 8
: A E' of
I'E'4\\\14 of NW4, 10 11 as fO It. E. IIlImrl.k ................ -363 "f NE S1"r of rllll liE'It W r Checking Account" checks at the same low cost '

IIW' or NE'4 of 20..7 ft. S r.o ft.
NW'4 t.: 24)5.7 t. N : pave you more than ever before. Compare the
of SE'4 of ft __ ___
......_ 2.1712S: -- 21 31 33 JMme. Mlles _.._.__________.__ HI tables below :
ti\v\4 _h__.-.___. 137 II 20 n. D. HAmrlrk _........ .
11\\10 of IIEI,4 of BESSIE ALDERMAN: .

.XW'.. ,_...' _. 187 II 10 R. E. Ilamrlrk ...._........... Tax Collector of IIkPecb"l..a k
:: : :: : COlluty.
8'4 of Swy4 lit Jo'lurltla. II Amount Old Coat New Coat Coat of Checks
Nwy.. ____un.... 10 11 II 20 R. E':. lIamrl.k _............____ 107E'4 r f -.:..... u on

..r SEI,4 _?_ 11 81 31 lit R. E. tlamrlrk .._.._..._..__.. 0.70NR Legal Advertisements j' IN TRI ('III( liT OIRT OF TilE 9 of Money of Money of :Money Special Checking You :


/ SW'4___ofskt. 11 11 85 10 R. E. HamrIck .._......?._... 1.4 NOTICE OF ANNUL MFKTINO: OF MNTII I-LOKIU4 JIUICIAL IN AND IIKC11T FUR OK'OF.K. J; Order Order Order Account" Save

NI, of SWy,, ofMII41 I.4M>-om Nt:K! OF EAGLE: BAY CHOIILK COINTY IN C".* ('ERY 1 1x
.01-1 2.50 6c lOc S 1-Se
8E'4 of HI K\IM.K: : IIISTKItT. Cane No
1iI\V1,4 of IoIE\4.. 11 31 3S 30 R. E. 110m rick .'.'_".__'_"? 2,939WVs NOTICE: 13 IIEKEHV: GIVEN that, HELEN !'. ISUAE?, 1114
251.! 500 8c I4c 71.30P
of NWt4 orNW'4 : 10 R. E. .mrlck ..._..........._ 1.281'i'wv. purauant to call of the Board of I'lulntlff. 3'
.._..____. 11 31 3:1 Sni>vrvlnori of Engla Bay Sub.Drainnin ... J.01. 10.00 liel.1c 19c Only I 2.3c EachREGARDLESS 12 -Sc
or NE'/y of e Dlntrlit the nnnuiif meetlnir of CI'RTIS ISRAEL. 3
SW''o : !'IE'4' of Ihu linidowneri of Eagle Bay SubDrnlnuvD DefendmLORDER I! 10.01- 20.00 22c 15
I.Se
911 '4 of N\\4.. 11 31 3:1: 20 R. E. iInmrlck ....._......_.._ 2.21 Dlatrlit) for the year IOU TO APPEAR
5'/ ot 11\\\4 or will ha held In th.i office of the To Curt I Israel, Addre. Unknown : i tOOt. 4000 13cHe 25c 181.3c
sw4 _____...__.. 11 11 8:1: 20 R. E. Il.mrlck .._....__...?. 1111l'itv. I'nlillty C'ominlaiilonpra In the County It appearing friuii tbe nfflihult l nf
uf SW4 ofIIW'4 I'''"I.t lI"u.e of Oknerbohep County Pluliitllf filed In the above entitledtauao 40.01. 6000 30c 231.3c
______..___. 11 37 3:1: 10 R. E, IJamrlrk .........._.... 1.2 In too ('It) of Jkoi-cbolpe, Florida. on on the 24tn day of April 1IH4)
NIAyof&NVSJ ofofSWy4 hurmlav, Jun. 1. 1U44 at 10 :10 that the preaent addreaa. and plnce of 6001 8000 20c Sic of the amount 27 l-3c
uiluik A. M, Enatcrn War Time, fur realdenc. of the defendant I. unknown .
of s vt! .. 11. 37 33 20 II. L. Payne .................. 2.21 the inirpnae of: and that the defendant baa Ither 8001-10000 22c 37c 301ScPay .
9' ot' IIE'4 of 1. Kk'cilnif Hiipcnlitura fur terms of been ubaciit from the State of Florin"
$NE\4 of HE\4 __ 12 31 83 II n. E. Ilamrlck' ..._......._.... 1.25 one ((1), two (2)) and three ((3) yean, for more than HO du>. (Immediatelyprecedlnu
N" of NE\4 of r"al..ellvely'i the filing ot thu Bill nf
SEI4 of ME\4.. 12 31 8:1: II 11. E. Itltmr"K ............_.._ 12q i. Itvcelvfiif aiHiunl reporta and Complaint lu said cause or that tbn the "SPECIAL CHECK- |
jw of NE", or taking stub uitlon who rrapctt. there. Dffeuilunt rollc'i'n In blmaelf a') nut h. your bills by using

''/ 12 31 35 10 R. f:. IliIlllrl.K ......._....... 1.28 to at the liindnwncra mar determine; cannot be perauimlly aur\e 1V4------- ING
and end Hint there la no per"n In

9NS '.. _____...___. 12 81 35 10 R. E. Hanriek ................. 12q :.1. Truiiaiii'tliiu such other liualntm the Stare nf Florida upon whom theaervlce Bank. t
r some In'fora of I County
11'4 of NE\4 of aa may SCI'EItVIORS prottaa would bind anld
NW4 .... 12 37 3:1: 20 n, E. JlAmrl.k ................ 6.707ul 101.1141Ot' diL'iilciit' and thnt meld fendiiiu I.
-
__.. 12 31 3:1: so it. I':. IInmrlrk ................ OF I'AGI.B: RAY SLBDltAlNAl.R over the age of Jl yearn: ,
Y' of 8014 of DISTRICT it I.. tberefire, Orh'l.l| Hint the

NW1,4 ............ 12 87 3:1: If n. E. IJnmrl..k ....._._..._... 1 8 Uy JAm I', 11LKDEU, defendant!, Curtis lintel oppcnr heie" .
1'reaidentIN In on the lIlt: day of June 11144 '.u the ,

\\ :\" ,\\4 of NEof IIE\4 of_. 12 81 3:1: 20 R. E. nnmrlrk ..._._........_ 1.01 Till'; lHIIIT lull KT OF TIIF.NINTH bill Israel of filed coo,I,laiut uidilnxt, of thu you .aid In ibu Helen officeof P. I Okeechobee CountyAmount !

tolE' or .11 I'llL lIKfllT OF
8'\,\'' .--.-... 12 31 3:1: 10 n. li:. IlIIlIIrlck ._._.?.?._... 12'tNE'ft HOKIIVM: ) IOH OKKK.4ll okecchobee the Clerk(ounty of the, Circuit rlorldn,Court on Ihe'of 'r
oSE1/4 ofNW14 l>rK: ('01 NT' IS ('11 tNCERY.
________ -. 12 31 3:1: 10 11. E. IJnlllrlrk __....._....... 1258W4 i\A; MAU I THOMl'SON.. 201 order h day bv publlahed of April, HH4 In\ fha, and Ukeeibobe.tbiit tbl. I Ia

Nt M\\'I4'1, or .__.....of._.. 12 31 3:1: 10 II. E. HamrickNIV ..........:_._... 128 I'lulnttff VI. Okeeihobue New, H HL\...(|,.vo'r publlHkod In aald I,:
Louutv, Flnridn, once a
% of BW\4 ..fIIW'4 FRANK A. THOMI'SOX!, week fur four conaucutlvj weeks be. i
Bank
| ii reinliliit' return atuted lu I
IoIWti ot S\\'y4t.. 12 81 SI: 80 R. E. lInmrlrk ...._..._...... 2.03 NOTICE: TO APPEAR der ent,1: notice, day thus or. I

E16i of NW'4 of 10 FH\Nk A, lllOMl'SON!, WllMCxa baud and the Seal f .
$IV4 .__...._... 12 87 SI: 20 It E. Ilamrlek ...._......... 1.9111"4 sllll'' VAUDS, .aid Court thl.wy Sib day of May, 1"") *", .I
of -IE\4 ofSttt l'IJlI'f""' IOL"I'U.'IIIGISIA.. at Okevthobeu State aDd County
: : ._....?_._ U 31 311 10 p' P. Stowe ....__....._..... 125811'V4 )'nii are h"rcliv ordi-rcd lu appear to aforesaid. j Phone 15 N I Iu

_.____ .____. 18 87 81 183 p F. Quinn .....__._..._. 1210H"1l thu Kill of Complaint for divorce (Seal) I .
2M tt W .r ':'sNg flloil aifiilimt you by Eva: flue thump- I ROY R. U'lElfON.!' .

: cnr' of NE4 ain luforo In' the the Cth nhore day styled ef June cause A.on D or Clerk Circuit Couuty Court, ofOkeerhnbee Flnrldil 1| Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit .
I.r l'iE\4
11)41, ulherirli the alli'ifotlou of the 1
:N6ti; rllll S 11\1I by HuphrouU I'nttt, 1) C 1 .
NI'll Hill of CUIIII.lulllt111 I bo Ia knit aacontained 40- 4t } Insurance Corporation
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t. OF III ft.. 20 lIT III 1( I'lIkllown .....___..._... 2.H 'Hill nKiilimt you. ---_ .v------ ) 4
onto Mhall bi publlHht'd according
11'iS or NW4 ofNWI4 to ,Inw In 7'ho (iki'whohonNcnii NOTKF. OF T.A:\ M.U.E OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
1 .. _..._,..... 20 81 33 20 sr. R. Kennn, Jr. ----.-.... 1.07N5Y4 n IIPw'I"1| |per of general circulation For Delinquent 1BI1 Fvrrilad I. : I

.r 804 ea. .. ...... 38.: huvltiK Its pines of ralnace I'Utrlit T.... C. II. McNULTY President
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,,rpt HII l II'W". 23 31 SA IT SaphlO P. Inl..r lnialiii'ia In the County of UkeuchoIJIH Notice In hereby given that nil N. RAY CARROLL, Vlc.-Pr..l .. 2.33
23 31 81 211 V. A. 1I00hll'k.. E.t. --. land
1I..t lot G -. State of Florida delinquent on JUlie Ut, lull for E. 0
!NWI II, of N5V4 of 1roSlily ( Dated at Okeechobee, .Florida this ftun.poym"t iif Fverg-lrtdea: Uralung.1drtrirt e KILFATRICK, Cashier
SB'4 ...._..._._ 29 aT III 1Ch riea LefotletN --.- -?- 4th dog of May 1941MOIL >> tax.'. fur the year 1111IIr) : ao I E!: M. Mci.rv J. M.
Roe St.
.f :,7-\ ( ) U. much iburuul an may uu uenanury tui S. 0, Pearce All.n Markham it;

:., liyt.NW4...__.. 2Q 31 8a 20 Unknown ._.__._...._...... 1.08f)41yof t dark (' RALCoRSOYt pay the amount due for tnxe. on anld. t .
of : OktHMhobee County. Florida IniiiU fur enid ; ear. toireth with the I

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