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 23, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30 Number 1 Okeechobee Florida Cents
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News of Our Boys: L hO .UtkNHUKI.hK HUUU CALL( A RETl'Itb'ItOM D80S \ Annual Meeting' of The First \. DOMFIt i.srmK RETURNED! PROM 1 Funeral ServicesFor

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. In Various ramps Church of Christ Scientist -- 'Mrs. Wolff

Leo Greenberifer and son ,IIarryi V. J. Domer returned to his home 1

At Horns & Abroad i aill. returned Saturday from New Boston Masse June 5 hero lust week after spending three'' Were Held Mon.Funeral
oak where
they spent two wukilansacting 19441 weeks in Hot Springs, Ark. After .

business and visiting leaving Hot Springs Mr. Domer vrs.1 services were conductedfor

i url Hansil' returned home Thurs. trends and relatives. -- ,led St. Louis! :Mo., Dayton, Ohio,| Mrs J. 0. Wolff Monday morn. '
'deW! ", June 8th from Great Lakes Mr: Gmenbergcr stated that whll While holding militan night es. ientist, Portland, Oregon to ac- and other places in that section of'
sential to the victory of allied' nations ,pt appointment on the Board of Ing at the Methodist Church hereat
Naval Hospit, He :NewtYork: hi/ number
wen honorably in saw a o the United: States. I IHe II
of' I 10 o'clock with Rev. W. R.
ever the anti Christ Jaime I lutureship of The Mother Church Howell -
discharged after serving 7 months In 1 tuple who were ,interested in Okee I states that very''
and Intolerance, The Christian which Board things are in charge assisted by Rev D. 0.
the injustice un he served until elected
Navy. hohee;? among which was Don P active and
__ /ohnoon./ Mr. Johnson wanted to b Science Board of Directors today ) Associate Editor in 1943 In 1919 prosperous everywherewent Alderman Mrs Wolff died at her
his vacation.
told the annual meeting of The I Mr. Sueley received instruction In house here Saturday morning. at
Edna: Hansel, AAM 3-c and Earl; emnnbered to the people of Okee V
:Mother Church, The First Church of the Normal Class of the Board of 10:15.:

Croatia, AMM: 2-c stationed at Ba./ hobee. Christ, Scientist, In Boston, :Massachusetts Education of The Mother Court : Mrs. J. O. Wolff "(Matteyett
---v Approves
nana River NAS spent last weekendwith Church'l I
\.1 that freedom Is esseentially and since then has taught Davis Wolff) was born In Quincy,

her parent, Mr. and :[ Help By Public a "I ritual gift "to lc realized only Frirrary Class In Christian Science Florida, July 10, 1894, attended high
Henry Hansel Bluefield. I I FEC Plans
at To I II
through. spiritual understanding and r Irt$ Portland Oregon 1 i school at Quincy and later Florida

Mr. and Mr.7 L. :Mixon[ have Only Relief ForTransportation ttalnment." audience I Tracing the growth of the Chris, I Build New Road State she was College a member at Tallahassee of Chi Omega where
several Science
received a letter from their ..0n.1J. Before an of tall movement from the I She taught school in Marianna where
thousand Christian Ccientlsts essen- time of the erection of the ,
United'States I original
A. :Mixon
who li with the she met Mr. Wolff and
tally local In character due to war- edifice of The Mother Chuieh, CO they were
Navy somewhere In the PuIflc JA' < ::SO.NMLLfc; Federal Judge married, July 6, 1922. After their
I tin",e restrictions upon transports, years neAt Deeembei, to the pres. I
In which he
itates he
that '12 Lome W Strum has marriage they moved to Okeecho-
approved a request -
t on, the Directors cited the universal eat day, the new President revenled I; )
Betting along fine He also stated | Cooperation upon the pan of ap i b)' trustees for the Florida : bee and had made this her home
to the increase in the number branch i
determination win peacese | an of )
that he had just returned from a pluants for and recipients of publi) I Hunt Coaxt railway to abandon a part until the time of her death
alvnnce, evidence of a wor\dwlda.reealiration Christian Science churches from lessj i
furlough In which he visited Honolulu assistance, with such help as may of its Okeeehobee branch and con I Mrs. Wolff was vitally concernedin
that "righteous victory than 100 a half century ago, located I I'n
for several days. .e rendered by a kindly public, are struct a cut.off to Fort Pierce ata every worth while civic and com.
under will suffice to two countries,
nuns not guarantee to nearly 2,900
I the only present relief for trans. too'' cost of $1,130,000. munity Interest but her greatest
mankind, located
freedom to day In 54 countries
Word has been received here by poitation problems of the district Judge Strum authorized the trustees loyalty was to her church which
Freedom from want and fear, "The problems we face great,
his parents that Moses Sjlvanus w Ifare visitor, according to the are
Scott :M. Loftin and John W. she loved and served. She was a
freedom worship and speech, the but God is greater, far greater," the I
Harden who has
been statement today of E II. Hunt member i !Martin, to file applications with devoted member of the Methodist

(1'01"Ie, :Mich., for the past three of the District 10 Welfare Bound Directors stated, constitute much new President affirmed "Ilia hold the Interstate Commerce commission church, serving in many capacities

ironthi has recently been transfer- The statement Mr. Hunt said, was more than a political slogan or gov. upon the universe is not shaken. The for certificates of In the various departments, among
led to :Monmouth College, Monmouth,) pron'|>ted by recent investigations I":' 1 I'nmohtul Ideology, "for our gnat ideas with which every one of hu covering the proposed eonvenle'c'l them President of Woman'i Missionary -

III. the State Welfare Board which i', Way-shower, Christ Jesus, proclaim- anity's problems, individual or collective faithful schoolteacher
and new construction.. The portion Society, a Sunday
\enleel that worn-out automobile" "d I centuries ago that freedom ac- will be solved existed before 1
on the Okeechobee branch to be and It was through her efforts -
Mr. and :Mrs. R, E. Hamrick have ould not be replaced by new cars lordi with God's will and law; fur'thermore the problem appeared, for as the abandoned runs from Majtown to-I that the Junior Department

received word from their ion, Harvey ., at any early date. More than 10 p'" he gave simple, clear dl. prophet assures us, 'that which 'e Milepost' The new cutoff will begin)| was organized shortly after the
lection for the attainment of full to be hath already been. .' We I
who is with a :Medical Detachment ant of the entire visiting staff Is at the point where the branch lei erection of the present church
of the and without the Personnel Dlision 'I'codolfor the ipdivldual, and fear no problems at home or abioud. '
army stationed I j now cars, abandoned and run for 30 miles to'' building. For many years she was
somewhere In England In which he': > of the Agency had reported tluouc.li the Individual for all hu As the children of almighty God we I I Foil Fierce 'I' a regular l member of the choir and

sayi he li getting along fine and Is)]! and many others are having sbun manity."in accept their challenge as a demand The portion to be abandoned runs generously, gave of her talent whero

seeing many Interesting places while dant tire trouble and heavy repair other words, although it is that we use more confidently the through Volusia, Seminole, Orange, most needed.

in that country. bills. desirable, yea, it is necessary, that' 1 power of all-knowing Mind which is Osceola, Indian River, Okeechobeeand Mrs Wolff was a past president

'The district welfare boards," :Mr the Allied nations win the war ever at hand to reveal every step :Martin[ counties The cutoff of the Fine Arts Club, an officer

Major Sam Belcher who has beenin Hunt said, "since early! In the M utainut the anti-Christ claims of human of the way out of the thralldom of would run for 30 miles through In the Garden Club and supervisor

England for the past year has effort, have tried to relieve the will and personal domination, earth Into the freedom of*f God's f Martin and St. Lucia counties i, and efficient helper In Red Cross

returned to the United States He transposition situation by settingup 01 greed, cruelty, injustice and In.' heaven." The present route runs some distnnce work. bL=

is a Major in the Army Air Forces outpost offices In all of the communities tolerance, yet that righteous victory RcpoiU from the field tint I from inland and parallel to the FEC She leaves beside her husband,

and 'was stationed for a long timeat : even In the urban areas under arms will not suffice to guar / the various departments of the main line along the coast from :Mi. two sons, J. O. Wolff, Jr., and Jack

Marrison Field, West Palm Beach, It has been found, however, that untee freedom to mankind" .That: Christian: Science movement Indicated ami to Jacksonville. The cutoff Davis Wolff, six brothers and sist .

before to England Stajor. .and. i v I ie.ta.spe jof. phreicallyable to* .wutldiU: mhga realuejlilsl i a sharp turn to religion as the .) ers whomwere. her',!" ,the. .. .. ,
... J* k-* 4 gang ."** "*-5 fMri ,niaplr.. co Director1 ......,.; ..IC fe,3JRjtyoielble; .toffiust.rkl sJlfOf .! .. .... .- A
Belcheflwere visitors in Okee- to get to these oftlcca Sub.Ititute fact was seen by the in fofiitiV of'w'ir.tSrn world:: : ments from the rich Everglades funeral. Theare" Mri. R F, God-

chobe over the week nd forms of transportation have the careful consideration being Surmounting of serious wartime vegetable area across to Fort Pierce dard of Quincy; Mrs. G. E. Lewisof

been used and 'are continuing to be given throughout the world to wining problems in transportation added a and thence northward by the main Tallahassee; Major Ward Davis

Sergeant Woodrow Walker, son of used, but because of travel conge" the peace "that Is, makln dramatic touch to the report of The line Instead of sending them all the of Memphis, Tenn.; Frank E. Davisof

Mr. and Mrs. I. II Walker, Sr, has tion and disrupted schedules thl world peace so secure that othe Christian Science Board of Lecture. I Iohlp. : way to New Smyrna Beach by the Atlanta, Ga.; H. J, Davis of Quln

recently been trnasferred from Camp results in a considerable! loss o I wars will be precluded. Let our prayers At one time, Army authorities parallel route befone they cy; and Rev. Jack Davis of Holly.

Blanding, Fla, to Camp Jackson, time as well as increased admlnistrntive for our dear ones who are In'' sent a special airplane or a 400- the main line- reached'' wood, Fla. Other out of town rela.

Mill., where he Is now attending cost. I service, our prayers for our church mile trip to enable a Christian Judge Strum said that no public, tives who were here for the funeralwere

school. "As additional cars wctr out, th i our nation, and for all mankind, find Science I lecturer to speak to members I objection had been made I : Mrs. George Lewis of Tallahassee .

Agency becomes Increasingly! appre consistent e'pr'ulon In our everyday of the armed forces, the report, .- ; Mrs. Jack Davis of Hollywood .

Sergeant Carl Watford, son of Mr. dative of the efforts of recipientto lives. Let us see that the trl. I stated. Two lecturers, Instead of, I Dr R. F. Goddard of Quincy!

and Mrs. Ed Watford, left this week come to the welfare office or t u. ph of Truth over error with us the usual one, were sent Into Mexico, lied d y Kilowatt'Representative !Mrs Sloan Mahon of Laurens, S. C.,

for Miami where he will enter one moot visitors at some outlying point; is a lure sign that the victory of I' during the last year and for the :Mr. Wolff's sister; Mrs, Charley

of the Government convalesent hoi. Applicants, especially, can be of good over all evil I i. assured, and first time In five years, American of : Williams, Jr., Savannah, Ga? and

pitnls. Sergeant Watford has spent great help by assisting to the fuller that 'the kingdom of God is at members of the Board were able to :Mr and Mrs. J. Davis Goddard of

many months in the Pacific theatreof possible! extent or by securing in hand deliver lectures In Great Britain. V ero Beach.

war and after his return to the advance proof of age residence and The Directors' statement high Regardless of the German block- [ Power Company I The pall bearers were 0. L. Hunt,

United States he was sent to a hospital other eligibility' requirements. The lighted reports to the third annual ade of Europe, copies of Christian S, R. Raifsnider, 0. L. Raulerson,
In Nevada where he remained public, by adopting a good neighbor meeting of The Mother Chinch held Science periodicals were reported by E. G. Kilpatrick, Jr., Roy Draughn
If you were selling electric service -
until he was transferred to Miami policy, cart often Hid an applicant or under wartime conditions which the Trustees under the Will of Mary and H. H. Raulerson.
and wanted to show your customers '
here he will ren'am. recipient by giving him a ride t cited Increasing evidence of church Baker Eddy to be finding their way Burial 'was in the Okeechobee
a picture of what they were
town and back." growth and activity, and unprecedented Into Switzerland. cemetery.
buying, what would you do? I
John Ed Watford left this weekto demand for the works of Despite the emergency rationing I V
If It were any other product\ you'dtake
return to Camp Banding! after ,I In the best of health and Is enjoying :Mary Baker Eddy and The Christian ol paper and other wartime reitric- CliricCIIES OF' CHRIST SCIENTIST
a picture of it and publish it In I
pending several days here with the himself us much as possible, Science Monitor Sales of :Mrs Eddy's tons, the Trustees of The Christian I -
the newspapers wouldn't you 1I
Watford family. Upon his returnto here in England. 1 might add that works were said to have risen to Science Publishing Society revealedthe I "Christian Science" II the sub
I But, you can't take a picture of
Camp Blanding he was transfer it really isn't hard to enjoy oneself, twice the volume of the last prewar largest circulation ever attained 1 ject of the lesson-sermon which will
electricity. t
red to the replacement center at here, because, despite the fact that year, Indicating the Increasing by the leading Christian Science per. Therefore, the Florida Power ALight be read In Churches of Christ, Scientist

Camp Meade, :Md. the enemy has tried his best to dispose desire for spiritual progress In the lOdiiala, and Bible sales were twice I throughout the world on Sun.
Company has brought to town)1 1I
of this lovely country, England wartime emergency.At those of lU-li. This progress was I day, June 25.
I Reddy Kilowatt" who Is sym-
HeadguartersEIGHTH is still very much on the map, and the same time transportation made possible under paper allotments The Golden Text is: "0 house of
I bol of electric service, and who will
AIR FORCE there are still plenty of sights to pi clients and material shortageswere by reducing the basic weightof I Jacob, come ye, and let us walk In
< be the Sunshine Service represents-
Public Relations Oltljie see reported to have been surmounted paper with no reduction In readIng the light of the Lord. (Isa. 2:5).
i live of the company *
The Okeechobee News, AS you know, your son has beenIn by The Christian Science ( matter, excepting that of The becauseit Among the, citations which com.prlse *
is "Kilowatt
His name ,
Okeechobee, Florida. this battalion, now, for quite a Publishing Society and The Chilst.cn Christian Science Monitor. the lesson-sermon Is the following .
'I' Is the most widely used word In
The promotion of Redin R, Kil' while. It can truly be said that, during : Science Board of Lectureship.Two In the report of the Manager of from the Bible: "These
and "Reddy1
Patrick, 20, Route 1, Sneads, Fla. that time he has always con. hundred thousand periodicals Committees on Publication, a warning first things! have I spoken unto you, beIng .
(Ihia name because !It !ia well
from the grade of sergeant to staff ducted himself an a gentleman and were estimated to have been deliver. was sounded that as public I ,known that electric service It always, yet present with you. But the

sergeant was recently announced .t true soldier. In the field and ed and receded by Reading Rooms In thought becomes more soclally-mlnd. I Comforter, which Is the Holy Ghost,
I ready for work
"somewhere In England" by the garrison, he has performed his Great Britain with only seven pieces 'd, a growing number of legislativebills I whom the Father will send in my
He li very unusual in appearance,
Eighth Air Force. duties in an excellent manner, and lout In transit, and occasional providing for sickness or disability all In I name, he shall teach you all things,
and you'll have no trouble at
Sergeant Kilpatrick Is a waist I would like to tell you, now, that 'copies' of Christian Science literature insurance poses a real threatto Identifying him with electricity. His I.nd I bring all things to your remem.

runner on a B-1T Flying Fortress, it Is Indeed, a pleasure to have men wire said to have found their way the growth of our religion. brance, whatit, ,ever. I save said unto
head la with lamp-bulb
globular, a
of his calibre with me. .Into some countries of occupied Unintentianally, no doubt, but nev"ttheless I you" John 14 :2G, 26).
nose, which makes you think at once
The following letter was received by Until the opportunity to continuour Europe, fj-j certainly, the report made of electric lighting His ears look The lesson'sermon also Includes

:Mrs. M. E- Lanier from Lieut. Col. correspondence presents Itself Announcement was made by the I 't clear that legislation of the type I the following passage from the
exactly like those very necessary
II. I. Mainard, Commanding Officerof I sometime in the future, I am Directors of the appointment of Paul described( would, If passed, curtail parts of home equipment, wall sock Christian Science textbook, "Sci

the battalion In which her aon, Sincerely yours, Stark Seeley, of Cambridge, Massachusetts the freedom of Christian Science '' ends andI alth with Key to tho
ets. His body, arms and legs are j'
Reuben Lanier, Is Serving overseas Signed) II. I. MAINARD, as President of The Mother practice and thus encroach 'upon one electric flashes. He wears rubber Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:

LT COL. INFANTRY Church for the ensuing year, succeeding of the four basic freedoms, the freedom : "Truth's Immortal Idea li sweeping
reminder that
gloves and shoes, as a
Dear Mrs Lanier Copy of V-mail letter from: H. I Mrs. Dalsctte D. S. McKen. of w i-ahlp. electricity down the centuries, gathering, beneath
You can always ups controlled
In all probability you're wondering i Mainard, 0.109000Lt .Ie. It was disclosed that 13 of the In your home with complete I its wlng'i thi lick and sin

just why you're the recipient of, Col. Infantry Paul Stark Seeley, Associate Editor rhrNtlnn Science Army Chaplains security for any job. ning. In the words of St JohniI

a letter from your son'i battalion) let BM HQ 120 Infantry of the Christian Science perIodIcals lire now stationed! overseas, and that Lood for Reddy In the advertise- I'He shall give you another Com.

commander. The reason for It Is APO SD c-o Postmaster other than The Christian Set- one of these chaplains has been hon. I forter, that he may abide with you
rents of the Florida Power A Light
really quite simple and very easily New York N Y. once Monitor, a native of Pough. ored with the Legion of Merit for In this forever! This Comforter i T under.
Company, paper
explained.' Its only that I would, 22 May, 1911. keepsle, New York became a member exceptionally meritorious( conduct I stand to be Divine Science" (p. 55:

like to tell you of the wonderful of The Mother Church In 1909, and courage under fire, which was i branch churches and locietiei in th 15-16, 27-20)).

work that your son Is doing as a Mr. and Mrs John Brantley and while a student at Harvard Law nn inspiration to the entire command United States) and Canada are lend'Inu -
I '
scout In the battalion. family of Clewlston Spent the week !School' He holds the degrees of A. His report further pointed clothing' In considerable quan- Word has been, received here by

First, though, because I know that, ...H hors visiting friends and relatives B, from Princeton and LL. B. from not ttipt splendid spiritual healing 1 t't'es! to Crest Britain, Russia, Malta Mrs. Jasper lat that her ion; Pfc,

as a mather, you're more Interested Tarvard lie served ns (committee l I. bung' accomplished by all of the i, and Greece and th.t 14i! Wartime S Robert E. Lee, who h.. been listed

in your lon'i health and well being on Publication for Oregon and then chaplains Of"lnH Minister are at work as missing In action, Is now a prisoner

than you are In his military accomplishments. Mr. and, :Mrs. T, J. Youngblood ,rt,,red the puM'e' practice of Chris- The report of, the Can Welfor i 'In the f...M foe 'h<) movement along of war In : Germany The In.

!\ It gives me great pleas ral'ej i ,.o ,were" visitors here. over the tart! Science. He resigned as First VHvltlps nho'wed; that 2,000 War Relief wish da 0'nwto'r fhrint'aiv Science formation she received was that he

urn to be able to tell 'you that he'J" wllo\t@nd\ ::.' .. Reader of First Church of Chrlit. Corrmlttees !In Christian) Science', Wsrt',",,- Wo-Virs was getting along...fine and was well
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ODIl'Cdl1hl'll' | Brethren Church-'Weekly Digest i I STOKY-KING 1 1110. 1 I R. R. and TelegraphTax -- 3250000. 1

\tS \ Jeanette Story and Russell Valuations For Other assessment this year will

'! ( King were married In a quiet' he: South Georgia $33,182, Tampa

Published Every rriday by the I Members Dedicate Of Rationing i I ceremony performed at the home of I Year -Up $5,000,000 Electric $800,000, Tampa Union Sta.

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee County Judge T W.'Conely, Jr., Sat. I tlon $207,337, St. Joe Tel and Tel

Okeechobee County, Florid New Parsonage News From OPA II I oJuy night. Mrs. King Is the daugh-I I l'TALLAHASSEE June 21,..-(Spec- $15,000, Georgia and Florida $55,000,

I i.., of :Mr. and :Mrs. Hubert Rauler' :, 1.1) Railroad and telegraph tax live Oak, Perry and Gulf $163,592,
BRYANT ..._.._ ... Editor!: I
BOWDEN while Mr. valuations for 1944 will total $117- Growers
I on King Is a native of Fruit Express $500,000,
A number of the member of thiUutnion Processed Foods: Blue A8 through Madison, Fla They will make their 320,611 an Increase ot almost Five I Pullman Company $2,200,000, St.
Entered second class matter
as !
Chur 'J h gathered at the VN Book 4' now \allcl at 10 point. home In Okeechobee. Million dollars over last y ar". $112- Louis and San Francisco $1,050,000,
_ July 1, 1914 at the Poet Office In
Okeechobee, Florida under the parsonage Tuesday night wheN a each, for use with token Good 519,247, State Comptroller J.. M. Lee Jacksonville Terminal $3,000,000, At.

... Act of March II, H79. ndiuatlon service was held. Indefinitely. Mrs. Basil Bowden underwent a i announced following the decision of lanta and St. Andrews Bay $1,150,.

Scripture reeding and Invocation :Meats and Fats: Red Ad through I serious operation at the Weems hospital the Railroad Assessment Board to mm( Western Union $3,250,000, Georgia I
Reading notices in local columns
10 cents a line. Rates for display o" Robert La :Martin, who also led \VS ( Book 4) now valid at 10 point.I at Stbrlng Tuesday morning.She Increase the Seaboard return from Southern and Fla. $1,050,000, St. ;

advertising furnished on applica -i; .. ,r' .ponr'vl raiding I each, for use with token Good In Ii recovering. $10,000,000 to $34,500,000 as against Tohns River Term $885,000, Southern '

tlon. Classified advertising 2 cents Several musical number were I I definitely. $32,600,000 last year. Railway $12r,000, Apalachicola Nor-

each word per insertion. All Items given, one by the girl. chorus, 0110b Sugar Sugar stamps No. :SO, 81 Representative! and Mrs. W J. Comptroller Lee had accepted the I them $725,000 Marlanna andi

regarding enterprises conducted for > Mrs Garner one by the congre- I and 32 (Book 4) good for five pounds Hendry and son Bill, were visitors returns of other railroad and tele- i Blountstown'' $31,000, Trans Florida

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng !Cut Ion. indefinitely. spending Monday In Fort Pearce. graph companies in the state and | Central 25000. Atlantic Coast Line ,

Then a declaration of unity and Canning Sugar! Sugar stamp No. the only hearing before the Board Tel $125,000 Atlantic 4 East C Term
Advertising bills are payable on (
the first of each month. Parties service was given by different peo I 40 good for five pound. canning :Mrs V. J. Domer and daughters, was on the Seaboard's attempt to reduce 18800,000- "

unknown to publishers required to pli, representing different groupsof sugar until February 28, 1945. Apply Mrs. John Draughn and Miss Carol Its asieiiment. Assessments --V rI

pay in advance. the church. Rev. II. P. Garner to local boards for supplemental Domer were visitors spending Mon. against the four major trunk lines I GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK

presenting the ministers, Elmer rations. day In Fort Pierce. are- FRIENDSHIP

SUBSCRIPTION RAT: Pearce the men of the church Mri. Shoos: Airplane stamps No. 1 1943 1944A. I

One year In advance .. .......... ... 12.00 Stella Campbell the women, Mill and 2 (Book 3) valid indefinitely.Fuel Tommy Evans, son of Mr. and C. L.$36,505,000 $38,500,000 Friends should not be chosen to

Six months in advance "'.".'". 1.00 HilUamer the Oil . i I flatter. The quality we should prizei
Renewal : Evans
Laura Faye young : applicationsfor I, Mrs P. P. Is spending three S. A. L. 32,500,500 34,500,000
Three months In advance ... .75 i that .rectitude which will shrink
p.ople.Ii.! .. Elnlt :Mae Conrad the next season's fuel oil rations weeks at a Boy Scout camp near F, E. C. . 21,660.000 22,760,000 I from no tru Channing..

Junior church, Bobby Lee La Martinthe have been mailed out June 15. A. West Palm Beach. I.. ft N. . 5.500,000 5,500,000
I Let friendship creep gently to a

: :--:--:..: :..:--: :..: : :..:..:..:..:..:..: > Sunday school. loon as coupons are received fuel I Total assessment this year for the I I height If It rushes to It, it may soon
"':-- ..:--: :..: :..: : :--:..:..: : :..: :..:..:..:. This was followed by a candle oil. tanks should be filled. Period Min! Anna Jane Evans, daughter I four trunk lines will bo $93,485,500 I: run itself out of breath.-Fuller.i I
lighting! service and dedication of 4 and 5 coupons for current season of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Evans I Is
i"" inm'aiu of almost $5,000,000 The ,i Never contract the horizon of a
Gilbert Theatre the family altar by Rev and Mrs. good until September 30. Period pending several week. at Havana I .
I Postal Telegraph Company has been worth outlook by the selfish exaction
Garner. one coupon. for next year are now Fla., visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. K.
i absorbed b> the Western Unionwhifh of all another' time and
Okrechobre The closing prayer was by Dr. valid. Cowart.
has been Increased $250,000 to thought Mary: Baker Eddy.
C'oleman. Gasoline: A-10 coupons now valid I

Sunday & Monday The r.ecting closed by all Joining Expire August 8. FOR \LE White and Gray --- ----- --- .

hands and ilnglng "Blest Bo the.1 A-ll coupons now valid west of Rabblti Priced from $1.00 to $2.00.

John Wayne and Tie That Binds. Apnachcoa' ) River. Expire June Tomtiy Evans Phone 112.

Open house was held later and 21. A 12 coupons become valid
Susan Hayward
refreshment served and all enjoyeda Juna 22 and expire September 21. w Yr
:Mr. and Mri. Luther Mobley have I
INFighting social hour. Rationing rules now require that II
arrived in Okeechobee and are spend I
V every car owner write his license II
ing a month here visiting friend.
SeabeesALSO NEGROES IN DRIVE number and state on all gasoline and relatives. :r r I

TO TOTE FOR GOP coupons In his possession ss soon -o- -
as they are Issued him by the ration I SOUTHLAND HOTEL OKEECHOBEE
UTE NEWS Mrs. Margaret P Frlah and Ver. I
ALBX.NY, N. YM Jun. 20-Plan board.
DISNEY CARTOON lor a nationwide drive to obtain USED CAR CEILINGS non Chicago Wright, 111., to left attend Wednesday conferenceof for THURSDAY, JUNE 29th, 9.. A. M. to 9 P. M.

the highest possible negro vote for Anyone planning to buy or sell a the Brethren Church. .

Tues. Only any Republican candidate for president car may get specifik Informational Now, Hit hard of hearing are offered a foot !

were outlined to Governor to price and procedure from his I lOl'.MlES': RECEIVE RACETRACK thai tclontlflcally answers tfcok tlulltlon-

Iewey today by Sidney P. Dones of local War Price and Rationing board I
LUPE VELEZGold'wyn's "Can of fo restored
FUNDS FOR YEAR my hearing speech to normal
Los ,Angeles negro member of Cal Chauncey W. Butler, district director I

-IN- ifornia's Republican state central at Jacksonville, announced.All THIS Speech-Hearing Test Is a merciless ludg. of any l
TALLAHASSEE June 21. (Special)
committee sellers, private individuals, ss ale plays no favorites, allow no .xcu.... Put :
Final distribution the counties
SpitfireALSO Ills visit was part of a busy day well as dealer, will be affected by I II I the now Symphonic Acousticon, hearing aid basal on U.S.
for the governor, who continued to I the program, Mr. Butler laid..Mr. ,: of race track funds by State Comptroller Government findings, to this acid '1.'. Whether or not you I

BINGO GAME I I i withhold comment on the opinion 1 Butler pointed out that passenger J. :M. Lee brought the year'.I] vie a hearing aid (of any make)-whether you hays
i iewreaRed i
t total for each $49,500. Comptroller, mild medium, or severe hearing toss I.
by the New York Repub. integral of U
care are an part t sorry
... .etu sent the Clerks of each tome In with a relative or friend,
limn leaders In Chicago that Dewey national system
our transportation '
county $1500 apiece to close the and eke this Speech.Hearing Toot
would accept If the .OP national I especially In rurnl areas where a 'hi
year's records. .3 absolutely free.ACOUSTICON.
I j regular trip to town In the familycar
Wed. Thurs. 1\I ident. I Anticipated revenue from this was
Is often tho only way to get .. INSTITUTE
$13,000: per county. The year'i total "'/ AID ..
. \ Done, who alxo Identified himself supplies for farm production and
t of $49,500 per county Is the largest 7,15 Seybold Bldg., MIAMI
us a member of the National family living.
Margaret Sullivan |
I return on record. ,
which j ajij: : :r.; I!: :-: : z. :
:Negro Huslness League said he The prices on used care on ZS2U 4 ;
I there have been ceiling, lately --- ---- '
California week no ---
would return to next -----

"* I and begin contacting negro leaders have risen to a point where many r rI
throughout the country In "a drive farriers who needed this transportation

tn nwing negro Mites to the Hepub. could not afford It, he added.
Cry HavocCARTOONS titan nominee. OTA Is alio providing used car Favors I II

of the regulation !
terming bin \Ml with the governor dealers with copies l61JNature -
lists. ?
-unccrnlng price
>tr> eatiafactory", Dones ascrrted -

he was "definitely aatlsClpd"t V I

Coning Attractions election of Dewey a* president 1At. .YTION HIBLE SCHOOL
would he "an inspiration to nperoeaI

":'100 TIME KU LOVE" throughout America, whose morale THE METHODIST CIIIKUI f :
I I I i
ban 'been lowered be. I"U.
"A (;r\ NAMED JOE" to Rome extent
I I muse of the President'* altitude toward The Methodist Church has arrang. !
"%I \l\ 1 CIRIUE"
r| nntl-liuh legislation and the ed to hold u week's vacation school I
"Mill.HIE 01' MORfllN CREEK" poll tax bill, ouch day of the week of June 23 to I 1 1I

"IIJOlJW.IUlYTIII" 30th. A visiting team of four well
I Al
trained girls will assist in the woikot MgRE I II

4"....;."..;."..;."..;."..;."..;."..;."..;."..;."..;."..::.".::"..;."..::"..;."..;."..;."..:;"..:."..::"..::"..:;"..:;'. Advertise in The News. the school Then each evening of 0

the week this team will direct a pro.
--- --
IT rani of activities! for the youth of 54RYTE5 '

Intermediate Senior age groups I u

Boys, girls and young people of I \ \ 1j0 GRAN'e'

Okteihobee are invited to attend this 6A-

HEY! KIDDIES : ,,'h 001. This invitation applies to : I II II II Ii

ALL. whether or not you are meat.hh .
I 'r 4
"rr- of the Methodist Chuich.

Signed' -

\V R. !HOWELL Pastor. 'dPiJ

JOIN the


eddtf Mary Sandefur Shutman left thij
week for New York City, where she
v 1 tWIll! remain several weeks. She goes

i L I to !\Vw: York to be with her husband, i
.In mIneral. For the mineral reFrom the phosphate beds of Florida sand
: Miki Shulman who will undergo an
I ,1 .aeration at the Veterans Hospital! I tcurccs of the South are of almost incredthe coal and iron deposits of Alabama f J :

i { ''n that city next week. She expect I ibly: variety and abundance. This vast the synthetic nitrogen plants of Virginia :

ti,. be away about a month and durIng ti.ineral wealth constitutes one of the the Seaboard Railway has shared in the

I that time her law office will country's greatest assets. It is helping development of the South's mineral re I

AU I r..k u that' you h.lp out Uncle Sam win this wm i be closed. America to build a chemical Industry sources. On the established principle that
Hero or. lorn el Ih* thinjt you van do. So*. icrappaptr \ r 1 I V__
which leads the world with scores of the welfare of the
".''aI, and tin eana Don WCIII. your load : IWDEX.BEXII.UII I railroad depends on the
and lak. good car el your cloth.. H.lp lak. good i I rroducts ranging from synthetic rubber prosperity of its patrons, the Seaboard has
ewe of UIhmgi in your home Buy more War Scrt.Iftgt i
Stamp, ,loa / 1 and Mri. Basil Bowden announce I I to bromine from sea water. worked for many years for the economic

This it your pdg: to m. of on ecu.. n..W of my 1 the engagement and aPe Today, the minerals of the South con development of the territory it serves.Thf

Club full ngn your'name on the ooupon and CMk proaching marriage of. their daugh titute a factor of vital importance In the Seaboard will plan and work In the future 1
Dad or Mother M bring M la my o.a. l nw mil. / '
linn, u youra.ll ter. Mi si :Molly to First LieutenantS \vagingofwar.Intheyearsto cometheserea5 In the past, for the fullest development

S. Benham of Minneapolis, Minn., of the South's
t .I4 4 Qeot ?G ,/ trka sources will contribute in greater measure vast mineral resources. ito
now at Hendrlcki Field, Sebrlng
tItd.4.._ The wedding to take place at the the upbuilding of the industrial South. Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Virginia

Hendricks Field Post Chapel June .

21 at 8 P. :M. .

t i :- RAULERSON-DlLL.\RD- I 904RP .;

------ -- -- --
I Vfri. Arthur Gordon Dillard of
1 t flOPUS rows I UGHT COMPANY Washington, N. C., announces the AL G were

1 .er. la ih. ptodg. wh.* I hnv. t ,
I II"", .by.aM, rW..1 N.' : IBOWUTT Club k '
:. t Gordon of Washington and Clew I.I I
t .
f Nan.f 411I_ I ton. FIs, to Louis Marlon Rsulir I i
il tts .
on. Jr., ion of the late Mr and / Ira
AddrwL. I
!Mrs Lewis Marlon Raulerion, Sr. of t" ,
i '
,S This advertisement will/
/ In
..._-......__......-. ._ ... ._-- ..._-...-._. .i' Ok....chobee. The wedding will take I appear newspaper In I large ,w,1 t
\nduttr\a\\ \center,and magazines of national circulation./ : I.
place In the near future __ L. .




IIIImtmmJ1 KJ! UHnTSS1: RTC W' HinniTr uicuK.in: .; : !iiiiKiiminmitilcyniniini3tna. : .: ; : I II NOTHE OP INTENTION TO "SELL the mild lion, resident di'fcndnnt hose NOTICEAs XOTKE of RF.DF.IlfI'TION
LAM I Burden" be nnd she U hereby required nroxblcil liv Chapter 2104,1, Acts I or
I NOTICE IS IIKKMIV: filVKN that to apiioar to the bill l nf enmplntntflli'd of 11)1,1 notice le hereby given thnt TUB' 110.\ 1m OF 1'1'BMC INRTtttT-
I'liriuinil to Hoitlon 11 (11) l'bnptre In anti. cause on or before 17th'lily the Maine and Frcnh Water Comnila.tun 'IIIIN: tint TIIH COUNTY OPOlvRKriUIHER.
.'(1JI1Ii I.HW' of .Florida Arts of 1841, nf June A II 1MI4 therwlm the of the Hlale of Florida under the ': STATE OF FLOIt-
t mill Hi-cilou 117. ( Ii''ter 14717. Laws allegations of Mid HI 11 of Complaint power and authority granted said IDA IIK.II HCIIOOI HEFI'NDINO
Fifth War Loan : nf .Flurliln Act of ilt.11. nil unleaded will be taken ni confessed liy Mid defcndnnt CiiiiimlHHlon IIT: Section. :411. Article IV. Hushdated: I .in nnx rv 1. ItKO.
I hy Heitloii 11, Chapter aiOM.' l.uwe of of Ihu Constitution of line Slate ofriorlda. NOPICK IS IIK11EHY OIVEN that
; Florida, Acts nf 1H41 mill also pnr.inniiI It Ii further ordered thnt thin ordir In offlilal meeting h.lcIn\ lliH >'fl.'lliHK( .ul eluni plug Okeechohee
in Section 4., ('hll I'ter, 201.2. be inilillilii'd once a we'k for four con 'M I. li1f!. 1 Las ,'1111"Ih8' followingcoiintlea County Hoard of Public Instruction
laws of Horldn. Ada of lull ni Mi'i'iillveif' >ekii In the ( ko.qhoIporN In the Stint of Florida to tile lllltu School nefnndlng Honda. dated
nm,'nded by Section 111 Chniiler :/'!1I111, :\ m, a newspaper published In semi taking of alligators: Junimrv I, Ill)10. nnuihered, 1 through
I.IIKM of t'lorldil. Arts <>r lillt.: unit County and State .' .
Indian Hl\er 1 1I. lnelu lve. denomination 11 ion, .
June 12 SIM'tlmi 44 Chapter Will. laws of 'I'hie 1Mb tiny nf May, A. I). 104t !St. Luele Jiiiinarir 1. 1U7U have been callod mn.hirlnif .
::1; Begins and Continues Florida Acts of 1IM1. UN illnonilocl by ( SEAL) lillY It. HAI' I.KHSON\ : OkrrhobepIlnrdee for redetnptloii' and payment on
KiMtlon si. Chapter WWII, I.awe of Clerk Circuit Court .Inlv I. I'mfaM \ .
Florida, Arts o( 1913 llio fulluwlngdencrlued lly ftopbronln I'cuan, Deputy Clork ManateeSiirtiHota 1 ,nid" Hhnll lie redeemed and
10 lands III Okccibnheo County, -- ... --- paid on July 1, 1U44 at par and ae-
; Through July riorldii' tu.wit : I.leSoto .rll".! inter al l evidenced. by couponi
loin' 0 ami 10 Hlcnk U.I llnllroad NOTICE HighlandsMuriln duo on Unit dote, upon presentation
II Addition' Ilki'n'lioliro Countr Horlda.Mnv. with all tnliseiiuent unmatnreil cou.
l.ut 3. Block 17D City of Okeecho- 110. 1014 "'/1111I Beach pine thereto attached, at the Clime
Okeechobee County's Quota in this Drive is ;; boeUS NOTICE It IIEKKIIV: OIMJN: that (lades National Hunk New York City, and In
&:: uf Mi'f MV'i of Sii;!", II.". piirKiiimt lo Swtlon\ 0 of CbaptorIX.MIII. ( liailottc wrest on Hind bonds shall cosec tu
I IT. 'I"Wl" : 7. lBe. !I5 liiui of .'Inrl,'". Arts of 11)17): lee ,'"1,1 iluic end' all coupons mitiir'iu
$67,000.00 of which $28,000.00 E Bonds. Lots 11 mill 1. Block :M City otOkeei known n* the MI'Ul'lIY! ACT and In 1I""lr Iheri'iiCter will be void
are R
i. 'hobee of Chuptor 'MV, Ione of Rnm'aril H. 11. HANCOCK.County .
Lilts 1 to 7 I Ille. anil ID tu H') Inc, Florida; : :: Arts:; of: 11)41. known ae the I CollierMonroe Hnperlntendent of
Illh IK city of okccilinhcc) 1M.KI1IAIUS: ) : l\INAi) rIS.I Public Instruction.
Lot 4. Block 17 City of Oka.','I....,.. 'IIIK'T ACT the followliiit' donrrllii'ilIn Hide.
i ; l..ts. I) and 1<1. llltick 1"" illy: .>' ml. uliiiiitril In E\erglndct: Drainage 'I he. sale. trnimporlatinn., or trans .
Olte* obec HlHtrlit. In Okcwhobcc County FlorI.In poriallnn for sale of alligators their
expect HIM he offered for nila at public will b! o nfforcil fur sale at public hides or eggs U prohibited within ,. NIITI( .:
outcry for tbe highest uml hut carts oiilcrv for the hlgh est nnd belt rash these counileii, and possession of live Ok e hob ee (oanty Florida
: ""1. subject to thin right of the lluitril, bid. milili.il 1 lo tin- right of I HIP Trim' nlllgatore for. cxhl lull 1,111 or clentlflipurposes May ID. 1IM4
of jiiulsidoiierB of Everglad Drain lees of the Intcrnnl, IniproM'iniMiP,\ Fund ( Is prohibited. except on per :Sd'lICi IS IIEUFBY; UIVEthat
reason that if you buy them elsewhere Okeechobee age I) etrlrt. anil/or Board of Cam' and, of the Board of Comnilitloneri of nit from the damn and Fresh Water pnrHiiant' to Nectlon II of 'hHm31
<'oiiiiiiithinncrt' of okcoihohec. "( iintv I I Everglades: Drnlnnge Dlmrlct to reject I.lull Commission.Certified ls."ai. laws of 'Florida, Ads
riur.iln 'lo and all and nil Miln, at the Coiirthou, known as the Ml ll'lIAl"l'. the following
rejdPl OUT Mils, at iiiiv copies of this action on
; County will not get credit for them on our the court tiriiM beginning at 10.00 A. 1 hi'iclniilnir III 10:00: o',')ork A. M. on the I the part of the CoiiinilHHlon have been .o..rll.,1 land III okeecboheeCounty
1 M. "n I II,' litl- ilii( )' of Jul\ 1144. I Huh din of .1uni. 1IM4, An filed with the Secretary of state nf I Floildn, nlll be offered for
I l.ii-H'inei.t, fir drainage, and rn-lnnm' ride: I uf Innd 1 of: ten, acres hr'III1r., I the State of Florida. and with each ale nt ,public iiimn, for the highest
i quota for the drive. thin uuu, rood purposes will ha rencned. title to one.hnlf of petroleum\ and County Judge uf the Slide' of t'lorldn. and bent nah bid Kiibjeit to the right
1 : three.fiiurlhn nf other mineral will ,and, copies 1 may he oblnlncd from the of the TniHiees of the Internal( Improvement
!1 BOVKD OF COMMISSIONERSIIP be reeervcil M Trust.'", of the Inter I Coinmlmiloii at Its oftlce In the / Fund 1 to rejict any: and all
r 1KI K\iiljLAEDS: IHtUN.Uil} n n I Iniprovi'inent, Fund Easements for 'lulluhaiiKce. lorldu Idle. at the Court Houati, at ID A.I..
It is a privilege as well as a duty that every DISTRICT! I rand right of way SIK fret weld, will I. N. KENNEDY: Director oil the lMh! day of June. 11)44) Kme.meiit .
for rand rltrht of !J and141).tIll he reserved hv: mid Trustees from dome nnd Fienhater Why
one should share in buying Bonds in this War ) OF ('OI'.>i'J''ml.. tiny panel Ilironuh which there 1 I. an Flub Commission wide will be reserved from any parcel
MIIMONKK iK OKEF.CHO- existing state road ; and easement for through which there Is an eilmlngMule
BEE nnd rerlninntlon and for Ron
dralunxe -
I CUl'J'l'1.01lIlJA. ---
Bond Drive. lly IIOII.. ItAtI.EHON.I. : I road pnrpoai'e will be reserved by the NOTK :Ol- U'l'l.It'.4TIONK .N Vt, acn.s of W 10 acres of i\\,14
clerk' of the Circuit Hoard of CoiunilMlonem of Everglades )K T.\\ DEED: of /I\\'f4 lees Heg nt V< cur miiion
Court nf
.. Okeechobee lirnlnagc District. Laws of IBIS: 'lo .,'cll..". 10 and 11. 'I'owII.hh'| :.14Sonlli
I. County, FloridA
us agent for lull Notliu U hereby given Hint MinkMltihell. 1 In n ut :i' Hast' run E 147.68
I By Sophronlu Boards. Ib'wrlptlonLot holder of Tux ('erliflnste No fl. !H IITBh ft.V 147 W f. N 0; 147'iS ft.
Our boys at the front their Deputy Jerk I 17 Ilk 1). \\rlght & lines Sub 1173 Inniied the 3rd diir of September| Settlon 11. TouiiMhlp :I4 South
are doing part 1 I V------ dhlnlon A. 1>. lilis hn. film) mnnc In mof.. rnnife: ,'\. 101.THI''TI': ,
I Lot U. B1U 2US, Cltv of Okeechobee flip, : Inn made niipllentlon for n Tux I ;8 ill1 'I'UK: INTKP!:
and we should back them up by Buying More FOR SALE: 6% foot fence posti. vision Loti2 and -'I, Hlk n. Hnin Hubdl- I Deed I to lie milled thereon. Said Cer :NAb IMI'ltoVI-MENT: FIND:
I 80 cents each In Illleiite emliniceH the followlnir donerllied OF Tin SIAIK OF FI.QUID
truck load lots
,I I lot 3. Ilk 131 Cltv of OkeechobM .*.
In the
Bonds. C T. Wall, Box 341, Stuart Fla. Okeerhobee Loin 1. 2 and 3. Ilk 121) City of Okeeihnhee property Mute of I I Klorldn Coiinlv III.wit of: IU. 10It.. I\l' I.ER4IN i. Agent

I ,I Loin 1 to n Inn. Ilk 70. City of Okeerhohoe 1.111. 11 amid 12, Plk. 41 City of I TniHIeii:i Ii(;County Pnnd.Okeeihobee ; .Florida

i (Okerrhohcei ::3. 7. a mul I'). lilk m. City of The amieminient of sold iroprrtr llndor I ,
I mild Cerllfli'iite issued was In the
II I OkepHlnliPPl.uH
1 4 to 22 III'.. I'.lk C Wright and inline of Mr*. (ieorice Hull I I NOTI1K
I I ELECTRICAL WORK lilem said Certificate shall he re. '
Braes SulidMxloii
Okeechobee defined' necordlng to law described '
County I Beg NE ear of R'i of NW'4 01W' property Tllisru.s; of .the Property
therein ahnll ho Hold to the
\ of SKli. runV UK( ft, 8 .'
.r 1.011111."I' COAST HA II.-
.. hlirhcHt bidder! at the Courthouse door
lIla: ft. K KIO N HI3 ft. HIT
WAY COM1HXY. hereby notloe
P. P. EVANSHOUSE 'l'wl' V7 Itge 33: mi lln. first Mondnv In the month of : give
Unit the Utli ilnof 1U44\
on June ,
I Lot n, Ilk 4, Southern Pin.'Icll.. .Inlv VI44 nblfh le the 3rd day of .
July. 11)44Diited ) they filed with the 1terstnte Com.nierce
I t UuuLnl AddleI.ol this lilt dnv of ..Tune 1141 ConimlHHlon \Vnnhliigtoli.. D.
11, Blk 4, Southern Plops I ,
WIRING llon 1 /I\I.) ltoII HAl I KKSOV: ; all nppllcatton her a certlllcnte if
Bank I public convenience and, neeeHnlty 1))
i Cleik Circuit, Court of Inkeeelmhec
11, Blk 2. Soul her n Plies Addl"l'ol -
County, Florida I IOTIfK for |pu ermlMHlon to abandon( that portion
n g 1 of the Okeeihobee bruin extending
1 to 4 Inr, 111kVright's
I from, Mile Pout HI.4. at Mm'town, ton
Seeonil Addition \ OF AI'I'J.U'\TIOS
1 I ,
point about 11(1( inllia Honih of okee
Phone { Lola 4. :3 and 0, Blk ?IK). City nf FOR TIMCI ,.holieo. Mile
15 at fuel n-'S, on the
OktpiliohceLot .... .
I. of 11115Notlio
northeast Hhore of
Legal Advertisements l. II and II. Blk F, Wright I like Okeeehobee, a
i and lluxe Subdivision le horchy given that, R. T. I dlHlaiice of approximately UHl miles,
+' Cnleinnn. holder! of Tax Certlflcatee i nml I C) for auihorliy, to conntruit a
Loin 4. .1, II l and I II lo 11 IMP.. ElkS
Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit ORDER OF PI IJLICATIOJJIt Hlvornl.le Park AddlilooLilts :Nun. linei nod I"\'". Imiiied the 7th tiny line uf railroad from Mile Post 112 Alo
of .1 nl,. A. U. lilt!, hue filed mine Ininv I Tort fierce a distance of 30 miles,
appearing by affidavit to the KIM :3. 4. 7 and !#, Itlk 240, City of
( Insurance Corporation of Cniuplulut, In a stilt for dl>or<..., Okei i holipe, ol'lleo: linn inadi apidlinilon for "n'IIIIIOhl.' N'lnlnole. orange OHee.nlu .
Tux Deed be (milled thereon.Mnld Indliin Rivertkecrhubey.. Mnrllu.
filed lu a cnnne pending, In the Circuit, in mm (ll' l'OMMISSiONERSOF II to
etnhrine the follow and Saint Luc'le .
CiTtirii'iifi'K Countlis, Florida
Court In und for Okecihnbee County, KVKHI.LAOEH: ; UKAIN.n i.
OFFICERS. AND DIRECTORS : Florida whereinlllliiin K, Burden .\(, D1STIUCTI Inir Ihl'sl.rlh..1. properly In the County rinance 1'ciokut No. 145UO
I In ciniipliiliiant and Muse Dorden, defendant 'I'1I1'1n I : :!>I OK TUB INTERML of okeei'lii'l'iHMine 1\ of Klorldii' lo.wlt :
Lot 1. 2 auil 3. Block '.'10. city of SCOTT M I.OPTIV AND: ..1011IAIITIX. :\ w.
thnt mold dolciulnnt
C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL V1e.-Pr.aid.nt li a Don. : DII'nOn:\HXT H'NDOK '1'IiI;$lEES '
residual of tbe State of Horltln that TilE STAn: OF KLOKIDA Ik..bohee '
I E. G. KILPATRICK, CashierE her rcsldcnco Is SIS Hook hi an Avenue The 1 ntfHeRfinieiit of until' property PHOPEHT OF 1.01111.E.S'r
orl 1'ferr} ton n. New Virk. N. Y., llItoV. It. KAUIERSON. Agent nuclei mild Cerlll'lcule iHmied nan In COAST IIAII.WA'mlt'A\\ .
: II. Meurve 1. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allsn Markka 4tGlttglLlStSI4Kl Hull there In nil one In thin State of for iniflicci. of the Internal lm.' 'Hie inline of nknown..
Florlila. the service of a nuhpocna upon piutcnicnt' Fund and for Hoard I'liloHs Bold. (Vrtlflealeii shall be re*
whom would hind I thin l :defendantthnt :: ;; nt CoinuilRMlonerfl of E\prKadi) e deemed n. .."rdlnir In luw. propeitydeeinod WAR DEPARTMENTU. :
I aim l I. above tho age of twenty I Drainage 1'lolrl'I. Okeechobe iiieordlnx to hew property fiI"O'O"'mnll: Jl.'Ii l xkllkltl :! .tf>Zr9! one vuia ; It U therefore ordered that I County. riorldn.. .therein Khiill be Hold tu the S. bMrJ.NbER: OFFICE
highest bidder at the l'ollr, hllllo. door
.>n the filet Mondnv Inb... month of 573 RIVERSIDE AVENL'EJVCKSONMLLE :
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.1 duly VII4 which In the 3rd dnv of : FLORIDA
J I ..Inlv, 1044 ,
lulled, this 1t dny of .lime. 11)44 19 June, 1941
(I'I! .\I.) HOII.. KM'1.iilstX
I Clerk Clreiilt. Court of J-823 (389) SADKG1T.Nntlce -

1 ok.I..e Connlr. Florida, of Applplcatlon/ for War UcPartment -
: I *
permit, -


iMrirnmiiK: : : ('Ol" T\. FLORIDA 1.
11 1 .1",,,, Ill, 1111. Application has been made tw

D the War Department by the Receiv
:\0'1'11'' K H! IIEKEBY GIVEN that
suttl numuant. tu I$\,.c Oun 1of Chapter Is2llo I cia of the Sealionrd Air Line Hail-
Ac"li of 17 known
I HWH nf 1"1.111. wnCo., ;\oifolk. Va, for.
in Ih.. Ml lirilV ACI. uud In l I'nisuam permitto
1,1 iliuidii -i I";V>. Lawn ,'ii' 'l'l..r. reconstruct thu piers of the Seaboard -
iiln .1...U cil 11M1. known IK the Ll.ltIil.Ai'I8 I.
'th\\\\ Come ; |hilt I x.\ln I'I'I'IIH''I'1'. Air Line Railway Company'
ra'' III., f"I",11I1 diserllied h land "limited
bridge Klsainimee
across River
"o\\\er\ 1 : .. in. :\,'rarlrllll'l Drainage- District, In ;I Ilikiubol.ee nearFort
Count lorldu will Ini.ifci.il Bmsenjrer, Flu., 35 mile above
.. far suli at public outiry fur I I Iihe
lilgbfst nnd brat rash bid nubjei, I the mouth of the river. It U proposed .

I I II II Ii lo tin right of the 'Irustvea' of the to replace the two existing
1 und und uf Ilit'i
1 ""I.'nod linpiuuintiil
I 1,. ml of CmiiiiilS'.liiiiprs of b\ergladi' j| timber rout piers and the existing
Di.iliiage Dlmrlit to rc'Jc'ct ,any anil |
all Mils at top CourihoiiHe. beginning timber swing pier with concrete
I ni Hi :IHI' n..k A.l" oil the 17Hiilav The
i ol J nlv. 1HIAn In all pniceln I concrete piers
land of mi arms or more, tllltt to and the footings oih which they
I OIK hilt of pttroleinn and' tbree.fouvtlis'I
of other inlin-rnN, will be reser\ed by | would rest would be of such size

lumices. of the I InlcTinil liiiproenieatriind that neither would encroach on the'
Kiiai-uivnta: for rand right or
I Day' 'ell. I'I11,1.. will be ,rewmd 1 li\. I existing: fender system and noI
: I II mild 'Irimlces from nay panil throtiiili
i II whbli mere la an exlnllnu, state road I' change therein would be required,

I I mil ciinc'iiienl for dnilnaae and reiln.ninllon I I and the clear. width between fenders
and fur road pinpo'cs will hei,
i..ei\vd 'li\, tin- Hoard of fi'lnlnlmiloll- : would remain as at present. It i.I is
era i .Kteiglnilis: Diuliiagu District.Dexrlptlon j
I not proponed to rebuild the fendrraI

i.w.. Twi. Itie.MI ict this time During the period of
: ; ol \ F'of: )\1\'I41': : :ti >'\;. l lI
:\ \\ of NK!. of .NWi, at !17 43. construction of the proposed con

,. e 1 rr f 11'I ; |I 1...I, :I, Illk 10 South I I IIII Crete piers, which would bo about

,,', c'holiee
| four months the swing span would

ILK\ UNI ft M uf center I be supported on temporary lab<-
1 Sec. "i, run W.iM\ .
',1.| N IU ids, E .JU work and would be inoperable and

"/ I It Iif. 'H till ,\ d.. :III 37 1)8hi therefore closed to navigation. The

g lIe ft H nf center I Ii horizontal clearance between memberi '
i...... 1"II, rim S S'Jt ft,
I of aid falsework would lie
\V 'JO >'d*. \,94 tl,
'. U i'jti ) ,dee. .ll )'f7 HO I about 37 feet. The vertical( cleat
,/ Lot 11.: Ill k. :an, Cily ot .' ., mice under the luted 1 bridge would
,:- 'i i remain as now, namely. 9.8 feet at

f.. ,I.. J1.4 :. ...e trsiweir.re l.ol ::1. Illk. 1. Okeetho. I mean low water and 3.3 feet at mean
bar llclulils S U ., ,
hi nil water.
."" Loin :l, 4 and :3. milk i
17:1.11): uf okuutho- I 2. Plans of this work may be seen

: A hurried goodbye the brave reassure Sons of hundreds of our Florida East Coast bee I I at the U. S. Engineer Office, 675

ing words of parting the long train dwindling Railway families too have gone to war. Many .\. 1..,1. 4. 5 nnd Iill k. 4, Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, Fla,
\ oki' liidiee
in the distance a son was oil to war. of our fellow workers have Joined the fighting ,.;.:. hiKltii ei I and the office of the Engineer In
Lots .1. 4 N and' !), Blk
Months of lonely waiting lie ahead ranks. Putting the troop trains through keeping ;' 1. and' Lots I. 'J inn?i ? I Charge! U. S. Engineer Office, Clew
:a.i Mk; I. l'rbrtry4)ndruN laton Fie
waiting and praying for the day when another the freights rolling with equipment and supplies ; ,
: I I10 8. It Is not proposed to hold a
train may come down those same tracks bearing is vital to us as well as you. KV of1':1, .if :>i\\' 31 3T 33: public hearing on this application

that son and others, safely home. The ability and determination of the Flor p Lot ". II101-'k' 111, City of Anyone desiring to protest the pro.

The vast armies in the field are counting ida East Coast Railway and other railroads to '. Oketihubee I posed work from the standpoint of

on us to do our part. Buying more bonds than effectively meet the quickening demands of war ..: Lot ft 2 of. Illk.l.nU M 14 cud to N 40 I'llInc. I Its Interference with or effect upon

''$ before unselfish sacrifice for a common cause is helping to speed the day of final Victory rr.. okcuchobee, IIlk.0: ,,, City of navigation, should submit such protest -

.; ; keeping supply lines cp'en by avoiding unthat day when other trains will come bri :Ting: < ';; :. IKISI'KKI: UF TUB l.NTEUNAI;0; I In writing detail to with permit reasons intelligent In sufficient .

necessary trips the way we perform our your boys and ours back safely home back IMI'KilM'.MKSr) : rlM) OF TUB
..,;;.... lI'r,U1:1 OF KI.UK1UA consideration. Protests should be
homefront tasks. all assume a new importance. home at last to stay. I
1 ..;/ .: 1111.\ Itll( IIF ('o\UII"' IOXERS OF mailed to the District Engineer,
...' ".
:0 \ 1.l;Iltll.I' ': MtAINAUEtly S. Engineer Office, P. 0. Box 4970,
I : I Jacksonville, Fla, In time to be received
/ A Help Speed Their Return-Buy *#M Bonds i f lIu) 11. Itutlereuu. Agent for True.
r lev* the Internal Improvement I I on or before 29 June, 1914.
I "I"and. for Hoard nf Conirnmlinl.iiier. 1
For the District Engineer
1 of :" 'lCllllh', Drainage
Uletrlit WL Okeutbohee County .'Ior'l; E. F. TIPPETTS

4 FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY f'f't The Okeechobee v---News-I.-In receipt''I' Head Engineer.

t of a letter from, E. M. Robinson In Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Goddard of

A Fl:iiida Industry and Institution I Iio which he asks u. to change the nl-, Quincy, arrived In Okeechoni'e last
" -.
.IM, t W dress of his paper to Camp Van week and are spending some time

). .. Dorn, :Mit., a. he bit recently been here with their .0n'ln.la" and

x'! ;h .1...,. .- transferred to that plac. He li with daughter, Judge and Mr. T. W.

the Medical Detachment at that (Tone1.! They expect to remain here

camp. until about July first.




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Ie 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 Volunteer
the 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 forf 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 21*% 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 .*. 1V4% Notes, Series B of 1947
like yourself. 7X8% Certificates of Indebtedness




This Advertisement Sponsored By the Following Citizens of Okeechobee County:

Allen Markham Hunt Brothers "

E. G. Kilpatrick W. J. Hendry ,,',' .
Gilbert Culbreth .
Robert LaMartinS.
H. H. Raulerson
;' Denmark Furniture Company M. Swain .

Padgett's Texaco Filling Station J. O. Wolff

\ .'," M. C. Pitts Leland C. Pearce \. .

;' T. W. Conely, Jr, Cecil Holmes .

,I. : Scharfschwcrdt Brothers Hardware Co. Nathan Zelmenovitz! ,-,

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