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 9, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BONDS ANDSTAMPS! ID he ) kt t.r bum t N rUt 1i BONDS STAMPS AND! ,

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Volume 29 Number 51 .. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 9, 1944 Price Five Cents
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Information On Motorists Federal Must Usage Buy Stamp i County Commissioners Met In Regular Farm Values 12 Months IncreaseLast In | 1 War Bond .Rally

Wounding of Pete I Before July 1 1944 Session Last Monday; All Bills Were Four Soutnern States I I II Monday AfternoonWill

Jiiiknoiivillv, June 7 Internal Columbia, S. C.: June 6 -- Farm 1 1I

Leitner Revealed Revenue Collector John L. Fahsunified Approved to Be Paid By the County I values in Florida, Georgia, .Normunu Start At 3:30The :

motorists of Florida that I South Carolina: increased 17 purl:!

the $3.00 Federal tax on motor carsis cent during the pant U months and

I'vt Milton Rhodei, non of Mr. and ttill effective and that It will biiiviessary The Board of County Co i mtsslon- bonds, dated 6-1-40 and after dis arm now 40 per cent above the liMl>! Fifth War Bond Drive will

Mrs. J. R. Rhoden of Okeechobeo, to secure a new tax stamp frs of Okcechoboe County, Florida,I suasion the Board deferred action uveiage, Julian LI. Scarborough, 'j get under way !Monday, June 12th,

who is now located at Camp Stew- prior to July let, the date when thepresent president of the Federal Land Bank with a Rally In the Parka There will
I met in regular session on Monday, until Saturday, June 10, 1944 at
uit, Georgia, recently unt his stamp expires.Stamps 11:30: A. M. of ColumbiuV: aMid this week- i I be Jeeps and machine gun display,

mother a clipping from the Yank I may be secured upon applluition June 6, 1041, at 10:00: A. M. Increase in land values Scarcer ,j I Everybody( ls Invited to attend

Mugaslne giving some informationon S. R. Ralfsnider and Z. K. Willinn's All persons purchasing a Bond
at any United States Post Of. Present were Chairman CE.. ough mid, were mainly in the cit-
the occ&rlou of the wounding of before the Board, requesting Monday will be given ride In
f 11 Each stump buns a serial nuni- Drnwdy, Commissioners R. E. Bass, appeared run, tobacco and peanut belts of the a a

I'vt. Pete Leitner of Okeechobee.The l I'r and purchasers are urged to $3,000 for the City of Ok". four states. lie IMid' banks and National ; Jeep. The quota for Okeechobee
reads In as follows Ernest Hilliard B. C. Swain and W. from Track Fund i is to be "E" Bonds. The
clipping part make u note of the Serial number on chobee the Race iunu Loan Associations are !, $28,000

: thtamp< they purchase In case It F. Walker; Sheriff L..L. Conrad andr.t'I'k for the fiscal year 194243. Actionwas I making, appraisals for agricultural,':, I County Is $00,000, of which $28,000

'Th. men ate no supper; they had iv lost or stolen.Caldwell. II Roy R. Raulerson. deferred until Saturday, June',, loam on a normal value basis rathl, i 'quota In E Bonds represents the

run out of K rations two day be. 'i .. _y .. --, I 10, 1941. I amount Invested and not maturity
I Upon motion duly carried, the Ii I ei than on current market values.
fore. While the Marauderi were behind i I value.
I i minutes of tho meeting held May The following vouchers
the Jap lines, they were sup Says were approved The quota Is divided according
1 I. 1944 were read and approved. and ordered paid when fundsare i
plied entirely by airdrop and them Hospital Returns occupations- Everybody Included at
and Brands for
RFeport of Marks available
were never any drops when the men Sectionalism Is Out : I follows)
ItlHtrlits 1, 2 and 4, were received
were sneaking close to their objectives Cattlemen's quota9000.
General FundG. Soldiers Fit And
a'id ordered filed In the office of !
because thU might reveal their, ; Industries, wholesale dealers and
For Term In Office I the Clerk of the Circuit Court. C. Durrance, salary Acting. I
position and strngth.) Thero was I garages' quota-$9OOO.
I Prosecuting Attorney, May, $74.30.C.
nothing for ths men to do but decide The Financial Statement showing Ready for Action Retailers and business men quota

on the hours of perimeter guard balances as of June 1, 1044 was pre. E. Drawdy, salary county commissioner I -$5,000.
Speaking In Miami i-ently Millard
and then curl up In blanket and rented as follows I May, $74.30. I / Farmers, fishermen and all others,
Caldwell, governor-elect, madethe AKHQ. MEDITERRANEAN THEA-
poncho and go to sleep. B. C. Swain, salary county corn.uleaioner 'quota-$5,000.
I I following statement: General Fund . . .$12,14086 I TERWhen the American soldier I'I'I
"By dawn the next morning the ;May, $74 30. I I According to communities:
"The primary is over and it's now Fine and Forfeiture Fund 4,60170! leaves an Army hospital to returnto
Ernest Hilliard
rightin preacher's platoon was on salary county Fort Drum Precinct75000.
up to all of us to buckle down to Road and Bridge Fund 4,571.13 his unit after recovering from a II|
the move again. The scouts had lo. commissioner, May, $74.30. Bassengcr Precinct-$1,000.
the task of making the plans and Agricultural Fund 78023 wound or illness, you may be lure I
sated a bend In the river from which R. E. Bass, salary county commissioner Potters Precinct-$750.00.
laying the foundation for a con. Outstanding Indcbtneess 87444 he is in tiptop shape, mentally ands
May, $74.30.W. Beach
the platoon could command a wide I Upthegrove Preclnct-
structive administration. We want Race Track Fund 37,05852 physically, to perform his duties as'
field of fir to the louth. From I F. Walker, salary county commlnsloner II $1500.00.
1 to abolish sectionalism and group 1940 General Ref Fund 8,41372 a soldier. The 70th General Hospital
there they could cover the main May, $74 30, Okeechobee City Precinct- $24,
: pressure to the end that all partsof Withholding Fund 1550 located 11a. hospital center in
Roy R. Raulerson, salary, Clerk,
Marauder unit at It puahed down \
the State and all its people may I North Africa, is one of the Army's 000.00.The
the trail along the opposite band. I May, $147.10.T. total In both cases Is $28,
'work harmonously toward the one TOTAL hospitals that sees to that.
"The river bend was only 150 $08.162191 W, Conely, Jr., salary County 000.00 which is the E Bond quota
great end of sound, progressive goy Lau iviu has burn una.gncU the
yards away from the night perimeter Report of the County Wcfare Judge, May, $122.70.T. for the county.

and the platoon reached It In eminent. Board for month of April 1944 was W. Conely, Jr., salary CountyAttorney .!Jve.1I1 task ot uiiecling the con.minimi Why can't we get our quota !Monday
"I want it understood that 'those naming of all tliu patients
May, $50.00. ? Let's all do
our part.
half an hour In the early-morning received and ordered filed In the
communities which voted against Bessie Alderman, Commission Tax in thu several Oeneiai and Prizes to E Bond Purchasers
fog. They started to dig In at 0700 j office of the Clerk of the Circuit
me will be treated as fairly on pub Collector i Stutiuu: nO.Pllll"nMt fio to muse up
hours Half an hour later Pvt. Pete Court May, 12500. Thero are prizes ranging from e

Leitner, a scout from Okeechobee, lic matters as will those which voted Robert La Martin, commission Tax Isle uutpilul center, cenualued rut steer to canned food for all purchasers

Florida was out In front of tho for me. We will not permit the Upon motion by Commissioner Assessor, May, $125.00. me purpose 01 piovimng thin sA- of E Bonds. Twenty or more

perimeter collecting green branchesto Injection of politics Into the realmof Walker, duly seconded by Commissioner J. L. Chandler, salary janitor, May User with the most expert meuuaiiuie. prizes are expected to be given

public duty. Resentment and vindictiveness Bass, payment far Elecetlon i8.90. 'inu is the final phase beioreme
camouflage his foxhole when a Every $25.00 In Bonds entitles you

N'ambu light machine gun opened I will have no part In the Officials for the second primary, W. B. Hargravcs, salary supervisor ivldier returns to duty and the I to a chance on a prize.

up. I administration of Florida's business May 23, 1914, was approved as follows regintartion. May, 4000. .ifu j makes certain that when he V

I "I Intend to spend much of the : Officials In Precincts Nos. L County Welfare Board, relief allowance gum, he is quulitied to resume thesespoamimlitte and
"Leitner was hit !In the middle Mr. and Mrs. JL. Barbr .Jl'
time between now and the general 2, 3, 5 and 6, $10.00 each; Officials May, $350.00 of his place in our
and crumpled to the ground, .. daughter, Miss ,JJ Uie, and son,
election getting air the State UsTerung""to in Precincts Nos. 4 and 7 $20.00 [ ores,. '
I ly wounded. Before anyone could -We.pf ns' and suggestions ,"each/'' "a" ", ?-?$.#....11!; .Certes"Aprll Baslnger School and May Lunch$25.00.Roopt' gro_ ufliieu A", ,4flw<'VA- -y' .thesoie.ur ..;.ke,. 'of Fort .Pmrcejspent'!: .Sunday(i' ,,. ,

get his sights on the lap ] "in mind and body we bring in Okeechobee v"ltlnafriends! and
of each locality and Industry, learning Florida Power and Light Company
gunner, he ran away through the Report of Receipts, Expenses and along, stated Lieutenantcoiunej relatives
first hand their problems and I electricity Court House and Jail, t
brush. Sgt. Paul :Mathls of Grey Net Income for 12 months ending Curtis 11. i.ohr, M.C., 'idol -
I joining In the effort to find the :Mny, $16.30.City .
Eagle, Minn., platoon guide, and Lt. December 31, 1943, was received oaiiuia Terrace, Claytou, Mo., who Lieut. Connie Warren Raulerson
solution. Prior to the general election I
of Okeechobee, water court
Weston went over and dragged Leit I from Bessie Alderman, Tax Collector i* taw executive otliver of the hospital lea this week to return to the
I I will give consideration and house and jail, Meg, $21.00. -
The officeof absentia Army Air Base at Stuttgart, Ark.,
ner back to the perimeter. rest and ordered filed In the and president in 01
I attention to general policies only. I' Raulerson Dept. Store, supplies
of the men In the platoon got downin the Clerk of the Circuit Court. the Missouri State Medical Associa alter spending two weeks here with

their holes and braced themselvesfor I Decisions relating to specific ap. court house and jtll $10.34. tion. i his mother, Mrs. C. C. McCain, and

polntmenti and legislation will not The Crummer Company presented Ro,' Raulerson, refund on expo family.

a Jap attack. !, be made until later a refunding plan for the Okee charge and recording $2.80. inu hospital is composed ef e
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"Later, one by one, the men of -- -------- chobee County General Refunding (Continued Next Week) \ inemuers 01 tne faculty ot tom St. Mrs. J. H. McCranie will leave today .

the platoon splashed back across tht'l Mrs. A. R. Hilton and daughter a IAIUIS university ,' U lc..1"olle"e.. for Chapel Hill, N. C., where

river as BARs stuttered away and') Sharron, left laU Friday to returnto ace fresiUent ot the University re.ignea she goes to enter Summer school

mortar bunts echoed down the river their home in South Carolina after his post to come overseas ..
bed.' After Chief Janis the Indian spending two weeks here with BUY MORE THAN BEFORE nun ttt.. unit us Chaplain: tie is Word has been received by the

crack shot, had crossed, he turned I Mrs An (ie Bass and family. Mrs father ltarold Crimins; Captain; Reichert family here that their son

to watch Pfc. John E. Clark of Wins- Bass went as far as Tampa wr now, of the Society of Jesus.Jnu George has been wounded In the

dot Vt., and Katz, the International I Mis. Hilton and U spending this will
hospital was activated in bepteniber II fighting In Italy and that he

Brigade veteran, carry the wounded j I week there. la4J, at Sj>rnitit| >lU, Alis- very likely be sent back to the*
Leitner litter. Out of the
across on a soun, and came overseas 10 August, United States to recuperate. No Information

corner of his eye, Janis spotted a I Milton Rhoden who is stationedat 13" rt /2U9tt$, ..AanaMawrwr.i rcturoete. lU+J, utter tiuming at the liarmon as to how ht was wound.
movement In the bushes on the Camp Stewart, Ga., spent Sunday ,, I
Ueiieiul Hospital, Longview 'lexas. ed has been Sent the family.
hank A with light machine I here with his Mr. and Mri
Jap a parents :4 1e4(
I Yrl, Idle : it is one of the few hospitals of the -
gun had parted the bushes and was John Rhoden w.t ululiated type to have bad a full Word has been received by Mrs.
taking aim at the litter bearers and t .Jf.RY
complement of nurses before com- John Brett that her son, Howard
their burden. Janis raised his !Ml Mrs. W. K. Cowait and two children )1"1" overseas Bevllle, Is now located inthe Marshall .

and fired" two shots The Jap squeal-1 I of Havana, Flu., will leave
from the flagpole of the hospital Islands and Is iettlnaaloni
ed and slumped over his gun. 'I Just next week to return to their home i R A 11 1i
flies a large "J::" banner below the finerMiss
wanted to make sure I got him.. said after spending two weeks here with'
i WAR SAVINGS Mars': and Stripes. The hospital i* -
Janis explaining tha extra shot. His Mr. and Mrs P. P. Evans and tam BOND SERIFS E and
( :; pioud of this banner for it repre- Alice Bass spent Monday
score for the day was seven Japs. 11,.
cents exceptional proficiency and Tuesday of this week In Miami
of !Mr. and
Pvt. teltner, a son --
general excellence on the part of the where she went to attend a division
Mrs. Allen Leitner of flkeechobee,, John Ed Watford who is stationedat
personnel in the perfori once of i meting of the chief clerks of the
died result of the wound re- the -- -- --- -
as a army training camp it ramp
cneir required duties. Florida Power and Light Co.
celvd In this conflict Pvt Rhoder, Blending ,)>' nt Sumlav Okeecho..
Soldiers who staff this hospitalare -
sent the clipping to his mother sav. bee with th, Watford family
,. ..1, listed below. These men are engaged Earnest Cox who Is employed In
that he thought the people of i v-
ing -
I t e 41iAA in hospital duties and are Key West arrived here this week
Okeechobee would like to read !t.V'
4pyR" '"'r, '11'OT patients there. and la spending a two weeks vaca.
Florida lion here with relatives and friends

Young Women Are WHO R g Is Isar .I Okeechobee Pfc. James H. Hancock -V-

Urged to Join WAVESSome x son of MrC.. C, Hancock,'I I

IS THISINVISIBLE Route 1. lon Winslow of the Navy

of the most attractive and Fort Lauderdale: 2nd Lt. Mathil.j By

alert young women of today are da C. Hindman, niece of Mrs. M. I.t. Comdr. Frank Martinck'LET'S

joining the Navy to make their con Anderson, 4th Ave. 20th St. SW. I

tributlon to victory. Chief J. H. Car. Pinemount: Cpl James L. Uing- C' wmsLQw SAi3.

ter of West Palm Beach Navy Re. son, son of Mrs. E. Houck, Route 1':

crultlng Station, reported.And 'I'I'II Pinetta: Pvt. James E. Keen, hus.. BUY 5TH WAR LOAM
Chief Carter added "WAVES band of Mrs. Joe Keen, Route 1. ;I, AND GIVE BALM UR

training also builds leaders and Tampa! Pfc. Gerardo S. Alonso, FIGHTING

makes women capable of assuming e "s-mlw QL'J1t44t41 h son of Sirs C. A. Sanchez 1520 17th ,I MEN//

responsibility both In military and y I t tioF i

later In civilian life- CARD OF THANKS
Open to the young women <> IlAG ; .

20.8 with two years of high school Ui wish to express our appreciation ,

or business college local applicants to our friends who were so ,,J bi

may write direct to the Navy R< loyal during the Illness and death

crafting Station, post office build. x r $ s of our dear mother, Mrs- Mary M.

log, West Palm Beach. rLJ lloss and for the beautiful floral'i .

Applicants accepted here are sent a tributes. We especially wish to thank j ( '

(o Miami for their final examinations Dr Garret Jackson, M. D., Rev. AJ _

and when called to active duty IIl y'Y : "'+ *6 Fred Turner and Mr Hand for their g aLa
$ --
to to Hunter College 1. Mew Tork untiring services.

City., Exterior view of The Mother Church THE MART M. BASS FAMILY

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IIIIImDmllIIJCIrorn:1rIj'H'1Of'l1Jl1jfgR1l: : : : > !; : Jm.lII.X!: | L\NI rralilcnt\ (if inn Stnfn of Plot-Lin ; that NO TICS: I I NOTKf. OP RFIIFMPTIOVOK
I NOHOn 1M HiUl.llY: JIVBN that, lu r imldiHKi, li 21N Doiikmnn AMMIIN" Ao prorldeil liv Clmiiter 21015: Aetnnf
I riirminnt In Seillnn 11 11)) 'hunter North 'lerrUown' Nowurtf\ N. Y.. 1041: imtlra II I 'berebv, given' Hint 1IIB 110\ID! OF ITBMO LNa Thl'C.
'9iI:,$, Limn itf I'Morldii Ann of 1UI1, hat Micro, In no mm In the Shit a of I Hie OIIIIIM and I.'r.ob \\nier 'IDS roll 1II1C ('OI': nod Million\ t>7. ("hnptcr' 11717 Lawn Unrlila the ii-rvlci. of u .iih|>"i>nn tipmi Inn of the Slum nf riorldn. eOllllllt.1 I liKKITHOIinn: : H1A1E OP Fl.Olt.
: of 1"1"1'1,111. Acts of lllll\ : nil nutendi'il "holll'ullhl hind thin Ilefrndnutl; puwer rand authority granted mid IDA IIIUII NC'HOOL HKKI'MUNOHUM : <
In; HIM lion 11, Chapter .JIIII'iM, laws or'Inrhill. 'Hint the In nliove thn tis e of tweutj. ('''until exlun liv 101"111111 :m, Artlrla IV.I I is. .dnled" ) Jnnunrr 1. 1040.
War Loan Drive Air of 1(141 'and Hlm pnr.iiiint our vi'flri : It I.l therefore ordered thntI of the 11111I11111111 of HID State ofKlorl.ln MIIICi IS HKKliililM'.N: t :: that
: to Si'illoii 4J, hnpler"' J07JJ. I the mild mitt,aliliMit ik'tViiiliint. How In offli'liil Ineetlvt held Inv Ilia I 91200X1( i iintHlunilliiv ( ikeeclinbepCounty
Inn' of Klorliln Acl of 1(141.( 'HI Ilnrden, be nnil slit In liendiy riMiuln :ill. 11)41 him i limed tux folliinlnireollllllel ll'iiir.l of Public Iimlnii Hun,
iimi'lHliMl hv Si-illoii lit' hnpliir"' JJH7II to npnear tn the .ob I of romphilni III the I Htlltp of 1'l.irl.lll to Its I Iii gh School Itcfiindlnit Bands. tinted
I \ I.IIHH :uf: riorliln;:, Arts uf 1IMI.. soliNI'rtloii I filed In unlit on or before 17th tnkliitf of nlllvnton : ..Iniiunrv 1. 19 In, numbered, \ 1 through
44 Chnpler 1III7.:. laws of dm of June. A I II ll>44,'otlii'rwlitn line liiillnii:: River 1 l.'ll. lneliiMl\e. iliMinmlnntlon 1.IMM'( ), inn.turliiK .
II tl Hurl.In Ailn of I\lH.\ I, ii K inniMiileil, by iilli'lfittlona of mill) Hill of Complaint xt Ltu'le Innunry' I. lli'o, hnve been ,'.niled
Begins June 12 and Continues Ni'iilon 21' t'nil liter 'JliTII. l.nna ofHoiMn will lie ttikiti" at confessed, l h>)' sell do- nklsv'lonhrolinrllee for redemption and payment on
,l : :I. Ails of: lllll.,: the follonlnilileiurllivd feiidinit lull 1 J. Illllfiild .
luniU 111 Ukecc Unlit'e County, It IH further ordered that thin order MiniiitceSnrnitolii 1"1"l Kliiill he redieiiiPd, omit
I I'J"rhlll. to'wit : Im ,published once a week for four con pnld on Jnlv 1, 11)44\ at par and ac-
Through July 10 Luis D mud HI, Him'k 11 I. Knllcoad Been live weeks In the (Ikeei'hulieeNew He Koto ,'rll'.! till.I ""Hi ldeneed by coupon
; Addition :; '*, a liewnpnper published In laid Il1l1hhllld.llIrllll doe on Hint data, upon pre enlnlon(
Lot :,1. Itlork 1711. "Clly of Okveilio ('''IIUI )' and MIllIe with I III Mibmiiuent miniatured con.
II bee 'IhlH, Istli day of May, A. D 1044 I'nliii Item 'pun I"hereto o""I'Ipl. nt the Clin eNallonnl
1 E'A of NI'of; MW'14 of sr.v, iMi\i! : ) inn it inn( I.HXON;/ linden .. \ 1111I.... New fork Clt.v and !Inicieht .
Okeechobee County's Quota in this Drive is 1 17, :1'I'. :117, Ugp. .IS: Mee'l Clerk Circuit Court ('h'Jutto, on Mild I hands shall cruse inKni'1
( I.oln 11 nod M Block :Oil'1. City ollotn Soplirouln Pease, Deputy Clerk lee link' ,and nil onupuin liiiiturinthereafter ,
Ilk..,.,.lotion 11o'1IlryHr"wllr,1 vlll he void
] $67,000.00 of which $28,000.00 are E Bonds. |if| '"T to 7 I Inn, and 10) to It.) luc II. II. HANCOCK.:
S'llperlnlon.Iuit of
hilt IS. (liv of Okec-i'h,ilivo Collier 1''IIIIly
EOkreelibee I'll bit 11I.rllC.t ton.
: Lot 4. Block 17 ('113' or ikeivhoboe Monroe1Hiiilv "
L.t.I\ and( lu lllock IK. (Ity elI < County, Florl.IIIII" ltxo'iicn I -
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All of Okeechobee who I OUi er 1'i.bee floe mile. triiiiKpnrfutliiii. or trnnnporlntlon '
people County exT < is iirnr.itv OIVEV that Mini
Will he offered for inlo' fur inlu of iilllitntors, theirhldei
1 iiuhllc '.. '
of (11..hnl ( 1 lorliln.Mnv.
iMirmmnt In ('"IIOIII\ Chapter "nly.
outcry for. the highest tutu\ In nt rash or eggs In iirohllihed, nllliln"
l' t" Ann'. of l'.W7, I*. 1914II111
llil of PlotIdn(
t pect to Buy Bonds should buy them here for the iif Inil CoiiiinliiMloiiora mihjeit to the. ilithl lIt the, Hoard, known ID the MI1KIM1Y ACT, and Inpnrmiiiiutf threw cuuntk for. exhibition and pase"oaten elentlllepiirpuBeii of live.nlliKiitorn \ ': I* IIFRKI1Y lIVKthnt:
of llverirln.l; "'H limit or '
nf .NifKiH' Inwa of Sntlou 1) of I linpter
thnpter I. '
I age 1" stnit. and/or it,,"NI of (' lIuly I 10 prohibited except on permit "IIL'\I: ill' .
l Hiirldn' Ala of 11141. known at the 1v2lni. uf rlorldii, Ails IT.ku
% reason that if you buy them elsewhere Okeecho t <'''''''IIII''W''Pro of ok.'h". !' "l UIIIV'I KIM.I..UIIS: \ : iiuAivAtii\ :; 111M. from the Onme and Fresh Water wn iin tin. 1I'11I'lir AIT. the rill
lurnlu: i I Ixh 'nniinlBHloii. .
0 icjtwl I iiuv and nil LIl ,
'lltllT At ". I Iho flllln"I"1l item rllieil InnliiK demrlbed' 'butt In Okei'ihobeemil
the tort In ime heKlnnliiif nt 1000: A. Certified ciiplen of this option on I' 1"Ol'ldll. wilt hr I offered forili
lain sit hel In rnlnRllel'IRU'h.t.
i\ergliulii "
tit, bee County will not get credit for them on our M 1. on the 11.11 dnv nf July 1M4. iii In Okoeiholiop. oiintv,, H"r.\\ the pnrt of the Coiiiinliisliiii luibueu .,, nl v i.ill.Hi. ..nun for the hlnlii.HtI
l.ii"i'nil' I nt til' ilrnlnnue; tilt iiiininnlion filed with the Sifretnry of State of ,,,
Ida will he offered for sale nt I best rush bid and roiiil purpoiei will lie reat nlll'rfor; the highest nnd test rash the Stnli of Florida and with em'hCiinnl.v "j' ( In' IriiHuiri' d t Hie \IIt.rll.1111'\
for the drive. .
rved. Jiiilue ut the Stilt.
quota of Klorl.ln
I hid unl.Ji'it to the riant o( the 'Irux' Ii.''' 'men l fait lo ,leject any and all
I novitl OK COMMISSIONER tore of the Intertinl m l Improumenf Fund and poplin limy be obtnlneil) from the \\,1,1. nl I Ilii' I oiirt Iloime Ht lu A. M.i .
'I OF KVKUbLALUS; : HHAl.A.f3IHS'lllK. nll'uC\ the Board of Cotnmltniloiieri of CominlHHlon ut Its oillie III tile City ,, the Huh dnof June" 11141 Eese.SIut .
It is well that Mi; .ritlndeii, lirnlnnice 1.1..1..1 til rejeitnu of 'liilhiliiiiiKie. Miirldn ,, fur and Hunt of isle SIH toot
privilege as a duty < <
a as
nit I. N
UU.NNnrtY. Director
: everyone \ mud nil bide. nt the Coiirthoum", akin.' ulll 11. rraerved i ( from any parcel
I 110.\1111 OF ('OL'NTY< COM.MIssioMIKH ., lipKliinliiK nt 1uuu): ..',.Io'k ,\. 31. on the (,'mum and Fresh \\ nterI tliriiitfthhlili there In an exlxtlntf'
should share in buying Bonds in this War ; OF ikniOI'lID; I'Hh dnof June. 1'tU. AH to till\ tmr.lelii Ixh Coromlailon, Mule' hood
i Itl.i: ( (11't'l.tJUWA.; of l Innd nf ten H'r"1 or more S :t'i uirta ofV ID name. ofV'4
lly KOV R liALLElt.so.N, title to one.hnlf of petroleum and %XOTIf; Or ,\ 1'1'1,1TIIIS ".f II\\' t| km Heir nt ',i run eoinnum
Bond Drive Clerk of the limit'' (wart olOkeechobeo there fourth of oilier nilnernla will roil TIllMi t., Hiiliim lo ninth 11. 'Tu"I 1I0"J.||!| :14
County Florlili, bo reHurvL'd bIrtiriteii of the Inter ""'mil HII"III'lr: runt: run K 14753
IK agent for mid Dciarda. Fund Easements for flits of IIHl '" \\' ;. II. X H7.:... ftv .
mil lniiro\onient| n\ v Iii II. 117 >
Nit '. III \Ivru Hint SIMltuht'll 1l 'k
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ll> hroniu I'vaiu", liirelu s .
Ueputj tlerk road right of \\'nJIMI fiet aide nlllIn' Toy I, ,11..i.. n i. a chill :u s.iuth.
) holder of Certificate' No1ri7'l .
i V-- satin ,
reHirved h Trustees from I: 1 I'.I'
) : l.,,ne.l the, :trd uf 1:11"1(1
duv SeptemberA
Our at the front their I IhroiiKli vhlih there la nn : sii.i.s: or 'IJII i : iMiJit-
boys are doing part FOR SALE : 6t% foot fence posts any pnrnl l D. 1II.N. him filed mime In mof.. ,
I ; )
I'xlHtiuK state road ; and easement for I' I" l'r'ul'1ItE''I': : J.\
SO cents each in truck load lots drnlintKi' nut reelntnntlon and for nor : !tax' innile npfdliiitlon. tnI'II Tux mil., : III'nl.t'tC: OK I'I.OKI ,
and should back them More IM red lo be iHHiied thereon Snlil Cerilll.nl. -
we up ,by Buying rotnl iMiipimea vlll he reserved by the I''t" li
C T. Wall, Box 341, Stuart Fla. Itonrd of ('lIl1lllll ."..wr. of EvvryladiaI1 iinbniieK, the follonlnir Ue ", I I. I.:.VI I I I. 'IMIAueiit

Bonds. V ni In n itu Dlatrlit xrrthrd nkl'el'llohw, proiprtIn| Stute of the Plorliln Counlv, t.i.wlt of: III Sts i," ,.I II,I "..Fund 1-1""n,,inCOMES
g WANTED TO BUY 100 head half l> .rrl pilon Loin 11 mid\ 12. Itlk 41, City of I : ii :
: Lot 17 lilk I', \\ rlifht & Van Sure I/kPPrh..lea ___ _
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Brahman heifer yearlings, 2 year division '1'he;: ;iiMHeNKini'nt of until 1 properM itn !
Lot It. Ulk\ ytft, ('''y of Okeeohohee .
ill r sill Certlflinte |IHHI".I| was tn tin
old or bred cows. No scrubs For de. Loin 'J uuil 'I.: Itlk A I, Ilnmi, /SnbUivUlon : "- nnnie nf Mr iiinrire+ Hull 1m ( "OJUc

livery In July Give best price.-C. I I.ot 3. Illk 134, CUT of OkeerhohepLota nlemt iieiordlng mild, Certlflente lo Inw. ahull.pronerh In' domr1lM.il redeemed

1 Okeechobee County T Wall. Box 341, Stuart Florida t 1. ii amid :3, Ulk IJlt. City of therein nhiill IIP sold) to the
Itkeei" 'holiee hlvhixt lildder nt the Courtlioum' door 4SaJqiNApf.
-- -VELECTRICAL-- I Loin:. 1 to fl Inn. .. Illk 7n Cltv ofOkoci in. Hi/ flint MoiidnIn, the m ii n III "ifl'i' JI
I I. ..
I \ 1IMI \\bkh In the ird ,ilnj' if
I Loin. 8. 7, I 8 and II. Itlk 03 City otrtkeei ,Jill, line
holieeI1 Itiited thin lot dnv' of .111'.... 11)44f
.,IM 4 In 22 Ine.. Ulk C, Wilzlit and I >iAI.: ) HOIt. II.VI I.KIJsoxClerk !
BankPhone WORK IlllHK Mlllllhlhlull Plrinlt I Court nf
HiM5; time of Fey iif NW'i ofN11'i4 Ok""f'h"h Counts. Fli., , ; of SKV: ,, run \\' 100 ft, S
n HIT ft E KM! feet N 1U3 ft. See ::i'O --v-- 4
P. P. EVANSHOUSE Tap :47, figs 39 OF .\I'I'I.U' \TIHi \

3j j 15 ,st Ilii lot," 15 Ulk 4, Southein I'lnm Addl., i rOil i.ii 1\T1UF ii or inn: Fln

lot 11, lit\It 4, Southern. 1'llin Addl- 6
I WIRING Hun Nunn ,III hereby elvpii Hint B, or
(i Insured through Federal Lot U. Illk 2 Southern, floes Addl-, ulPiinin' holili of Tnx Cprtlflenti'8
Deposits Deposit lion Von. 1HIIM nnd,I lli'.'. Imtiied the 7, h ilinif e
Lou 1 to 4 Inc. Elk C, W'rlglil .July A. H. inn. linn filed annip In
Insurance Corporation I ., toI".UI"AJlIlInn\ tin otlbe lina, little niipllintlou fur
iI Lots 4. 5 mid n. Itlk ''HO) City ofOkeei II lux Deed, to he tunned therpni'
.holiiH* 11111,1 Ceil''If luilm eiiil.niie Iliu follow
i OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : Legal Advertisements Lute I 1. 1\: mid, 14, Illk K. \\'rltflit lilt\' diMillied, prnperu In the (Count
I 'and\ limn Subdivision .r Okrarhbm'.) Mnte of Inrldn. to.wlt 1A41aatssv
{ C, n. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pr*.U.mt I Lots 4. n, n nnd ll to 11 line, Elk Loll 1. i nnd :t. Block Jill: CltH
I OKDFK OF PUBLICATION I X, Ulvemlde, I'nrk Addition 4 tkei'I'holiee d
E. O. KILPATRICK Cashier It appealing liv afllilavlt to the 1)111 Loin .147 mil, !I. Hlk 210. City of 1'he eniiiiiont of mild propprtidir \' N
of Coinplnlut. In a snit for ilUorce, Oku.i.hidii>e mild.\ iirtllluite 'Inmiul vn In
E M, Meierra J. M, Roe, St. J. 0, Pea'rc. Allen IfarkhuijtacA fllud In a 'uu.e pending the Circuit ItllVltl IIP HMMISSIONKHS; 'hi IIl1l11e of rnknown.
Court In and for Okeeehohee County, (110'! ICM'.IM.IlihS: ; : : DIIAIN.A : rnlemi. inlil, CertlflentPH uliull be n
Florida. herein, Illlam t:. Knrden" 'iE DISTRICT herd ,)i.nllnji in Inw, property
ijI eomplnlnnnt am] Rise Itorilen dufendant 'IKlSlri1; UK 1MB IN'IHH- donneil\ \ iiiinrilliiit' In lain' in.iertv| He
I .1IIM! .'HIjf1frl".1f'.HJUI: : -jt&s,g'gOifSL'wN: iyffiMAaaaa: hilt said defeudnnt \U a not,. NA< IMl'HUNKMhNT: ; ll'MI; nerlbeil tliiMi'ln Hbnll be wild\ to the
or TilE Sl'AlU 0.' KLOUB.v hluhmt, Mdiler at thp ('inrthuuxP door
II I I WA. on the firm Mondiiy In the month oflul
I ROY It. IUt'l.EI\\OS.! Auentfor : \ >', MM! which U the 3rd! filly of
'IniBteia of the Internal Liu. .lnl\. 11)44.linteil I
pro\'einent Fund and, for Hoard blhl'1cylllfi. "rt.\lane! 11)44 j TOWN !
: 1 1I
i, of CoinnianlonerB ol Kver rlndealiralnnvo ( :. ) I.KUsoN \
Dlstii. t. Okeui'hobeeConutr Clerk. (" '''lIlt Court of I
Florliln. I Okeei 'holiee Coiintv. ." "1'1,111.

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Address ._.. ...----.....-....---F.-------------________. -..--.....--................. PHOSPHATE ROCK
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Date of Birth _."_u,.... ""- MarriedSingleDependents......._......


Education : Grammar School.-_-- High SchooL._... College........ 4 '9 t' .

Other Training ."-'_'_U'''_''''_'4'.....--.-.-.............--..........-..-...:........-.... ,

Kind of Work Desired.............._......_..__.-___..__.___.

e. In mineraI. For the mineral reFrom the phosphate beds of Florida pod

Weekly Salary Expected $......_.--._...__._.._........__...._.._ and of Alabama
sources of the South are of almost incredthe coal iron deposits f J

11>1<: variety and abundance. This vast the synthetic nitrogen plants of Virginia.

Name of Last Employer ----..............- ...?.-_.........-..........._.....-...--..-... Uiineral wealth constitutes one of the the Seaboard Railway has shared in the

country's greatest assets. It is helping development of the South's mineral re-

Type of Work Performed ..............._.._....._...-*........_..-...........--.. America to build a chemical Industry sources. On the established principle that

which leads the world with scores of the welfare of the railroad depends on the

Can You Use An Adding Machine_.._.._..._..._H Typewriter_.._....... products ranging from synthetic rubber prosperity of its patrons, the Seaboard has

to bromine from sea water. worked for many years for the economic

Can You Lubricate Cars.....__-- _---..__--..-- Repair Tires.Can .-........_.....__._ Today, the minerals of the South con development of the territory it serves.Tht

Seaboard will and work the
the plan future
stitute a factor of vital importance in

You Take Battery Readings......__._.. Sell Merchandise......... wagingofwar.Intheyearstocomethesere- in the past for the fullest development

of the South's mineral
vast resources.
sources will contribute in greater measure

to the upbuilding of the industrial South. Seaboard Railway; Norfolk 10, Virginia


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The 5th War Loan

Starts June 12th, 1944

Wherever your invasion forces are fighting-at sea, in Make up your mind to welcome your Victory Volunteerthe
air, on the ground-they're working together for victory. with a friendly smile and an open checkbook-remembering
They know that they must depend on each other, for only by that it's teamwork that does it!
coordinated team-work will they win through to final victory.
The Fifth War Loan starts next week. It's going to take
team-work lot of it-to put this drive over the top.For we've
,got a job to do. As the tempo of invasion rises every one of us The "basket" of securities to be sold under the direction
must mobilize. for' support of our fighting men. of the State War Finance Committees during the Fifth War
Loan consists of eight individual issues.
These issues are designed to fit the investment needs of
In every city, town and hamlet men and women like every person with money to invest.
yourself have banded together as War Bond Volunteer Workers -
giving their time to taking your subscriptions foil Bonds. The Offering Includes:
Support them. Give them the kind of team-work our boys are .
giving to each other on the fighting fronts! Series E, F and G Savings Bonds ,.. '
Series C Savings Notes \
When your Volunteer Worker calls, double your War 2''*% Bonds of 1965-70
Bond subscription. It's! their job to help raise $16 billions of 2% Bonds of 1952-54
money for victory during this fifth drive, $6 billions from individuals 114% Notes, Series B of 1947
like yourself. 7/8'r Certificates of Indebtedness




This Advertisement Sponsored By the Following Citizens of Okeechobee County: ':." .r_r .., .
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Allen Markham Hunt Brothers f!" "/"'*"' "

E. G. Kilpatrick :}
.. W. J. Hendry 'j' J
Gilbert Culbreth
Robert LaMartinS.
H. H. Raulerson -::

Denmark Furniture Company til. Swain .. :

Padgett's Texaco Filling Station J. U. Wolff .

M. C. Pitts Leland C. Pearce; : .

I T. W. Conely, Jr, Cecil Holmes

Scharfschwerdt Brothers Hardware Co. Nathan Zelmenovitz
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