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: July 7, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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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Volume 30 Number 3 -,. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Friday, July 7, 1944 Price Five Cents

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Various Camps| Of interest to the hundred of LEGISLATURE OVER HIS POLITICAL' Camp 1'endleton, Oceanside, Calif. I Hangs On Decision

/ First Sergeant Jake Relchart, son I)I

At Home_& Abroad I I| Navy Florida Waves was the families announcement throughout today BICKERING FOR SPECIAL SESSIONGainesville ,i iI Florida of Henry, has Reichert returned of from Okeechobee duty In ''II Of Voters In Nov.Never .

that a special emblem has been designed the Southwest Pacific, and will leave I
Word comes that J, T Alderman,
to designate the homes of Fla., June 20 I inn written agreement for the mem-I oon on furlough for Laramie, before have the American
Jr. hat been transferred from the I
Naval Training Camp at Pensacolaiu Florida Waves. According to ChiefJ. Editor Jacksonville Journal, I hers of the Legislature to Wyoming people been calld upon to make amore

II. Carter; of the West I'alm Beach Jacksonville Florida careful analysis of this agreement li lie served with the First Marine momentous decision one that
New York where he ll now located.
:Navy: Recruiting Station then em- My attention has been called toj;typewriteten Division at Guadalcanal and New will have a direct bearing not onlyon

uluns are being( prepared for distribution your editorial criticizing my statement pages and sets up a broad leg- Britian. He enlisted In the Marine their own welfare and economic

Sgt. Jimmle Belk left Monday to the families of womenI relative to a special session I ulu'ivc program that tie Governor Corps May 4, 1930 at Savannah, security but a decision that will toll

I'I who have of the Legislature.Your wants, plus "aueh other legislative Georgia, and was promoted to his whether their children's childrenwill
: entered naval service.
to the in Cal-
return to
army camp editorial/ Indicates that you!!''husinemi as the Governor may call ( present rank l last August have to participate In
The ci/blem another
ilornla where he Is stationed with Is suitable for fram-
I I have not read the three page state- to the attestlon of the extra-ordin- The 32-year-old Leatherneck attended World War.
be '
the heavy artillery. iig or may placed on the front I
demands the (ir lies.Ion." Fort Collins high school in The
door or window of the Wave home. ment of specif by (I > truth of this is borne out in
I Governor, also that you are not familiar -: The Florida Constitution specifies Colorado., His wife, Mrs. Ethel M. I la comprehensive
It is embossed In red, white and I survey made by
U'e in receipt of information I
'hat James are Prince ion of Monroe I I ; J,' on heavy lacquered paper with what transpired at the definitely the conditions under Reichert, liVes at 308' South 15th j I i Nathan Robertson and published In

I'I art session of the Legislature. i wh'-n' a special session of the Leg. I Street in Laranue. ja'I late issue of PM, daily liberal
"Prince of I'ahokeo, but years'a :
many 1
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1 Mature shall be called. The Governor
'fhe 1043 Legislature passed a bill newspaper.

i'on resident fined to a of hospital Okeechobee overseas, n. now The i j Funeral ServicesFor nppioprlntmif additional! funds for I proposes to Ignore the Constitution I Pfc. Reuben Lanier A Republican victory In the PresI .

teachers' salaries and a General Appropriations and Instead of the corI I idential election Mr. Robertson disclosed .
later did not what caused tau.,, :
lay I I
Dill sitting up provl.o"e .-|I stitutiontl; provisions and IImltaI In his survey, would throw
be there I. John W. Nix
iu carried but it i suppu Injured
for sound budgetary control of(I done, demands that the members of .1 [ Control of Congress! into the handsof
till State expenditures. Both bills the Legislature sign this advance ; a set of Rebublican committee

uill be necessary for him to remain Held This P. M were panted by overwhelming major- I pledge to put through the Govern I! In France Invasion :! chairmen whose records are almost
.here twenty-one days. I 1'
:ties; in the Legislature- the Gov- or'e stated program plus anything I! uniformely isolationist and reactionary .

1'1 nor had accepted the good judgment -I else he may choose to bring up, but 'I with such men as Fish Taber
Cpl. Teddy Gfucnbergcr i. tx-J | Funeral will agree NOT; to even consider anything A telegram received Mr
Services be conducted of the Legislature, the schools was by Vandenberg and Nye being
pected to arrive In Okeechobee to-1| this afternoon at two o'clock at would have the funds they need and that U not approved In advance | and :Mrs. M. E Lanier on Tuesday I: the isolationists who would Imperil among

"morrow to spend a short furlough the Church of God for John W. Nix, 'he State's finances would be In the by the Governor. July Fourth, announcing that their peace.If .

,tll his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo who died at the home of his son best condition in the state's history. Joe C. Jenkins, Representative of I son, Pfc. Reuben Lanier had been I i there is a Republican: sweep

tiiuonbergur and family. Teddy it I Thos. E. Nix, here Wednesday at Instead, the Governor held these Alachua County, was the first one seriously wounded In France. The I aid Mr. Robertson It would make

till atatlonad with the cavalry at I twelve o'clock after a long illne-". bills until the Legislature adjourned to see through this unholy scheme, telegram was from the War Department I Ri>p. Joe Martin, of Massachusetts

Fort Riley Kansas I He was sixty-ieven years old. then vetoed them. And, In the case I and Jenkins was exactly right In and stated that a letter ; Speaker of the House and mean the

"' I Mr Nix was born in Oklahoma but of the Appropriations Bill provls- his statement that, while the sesI would follow, Selection of someone like Rep. Chas,

( hsrlie Bclk left Monday to re. I, moved to Florida many yean ago 'nns, he exceeded his constitutional I don was proposed "ostensibly to aid Private Lanier has been In England Hnlleck of Indiana as Republican
turn to his ship after spending ten i/ the schools," it is actually an at- leader
and had lived In Okeechobee for the authority In order to override the several months undergoing

lays here visiting relatives and I' past twenty-five years where he en- .cgislatuie with a veto. |i t'rcpt by the Governor to "use the i taining for the invasion of Eui I Martin, reported Mr. Robertson,

friends lIe was to report back to',' gaged in fishing and farming. He Now, after time ha proven that', i influence of the school people and | and only a few weeks ago his Commanding Is the man who led the Republicanside
the naval forces at Miami from i'I' is survived by Six children: Roy Nil: 'T.mltlature was right and he school needs as a club to beat the j Officer wrote Mrs Lanier of the House in its record of

which he would be sent to Join his' of Jacksonville; Thos. E. and Rual, was wrong the Governor propones members of the Legislature into u ,personal letter about him. This obstruction to everything the Roosevelt

rew. Okeechobc-e; :Mrs Rosalee Root, Se- to call a special session of the Legislature 'complete submission to a much I i I. the next information the family Administration has proposed to

bring; Mrs. Matty Ora Alderman, to correct his mistake but,'| broader program of the Governor lies received about him. further the war program Halleck

Lieut Henry E. Kilpatrick graduated Lake Placid, and Effie :May Cox, before doing so, demands that the)I by which he hopes to extricate himself According to the telegram Pfc, Lanier who is a likely candidate for Republican 4

last week from the air schoolat Miami, and fourteen grandehildren. members sign a written agreement' from a number of political hot was wounded on June IS and leader voted against OPA,

Honda, Texas, after completing Rev. Culpepper, pastor of the giving him complete control of the spots." while it stated he was seriously against FDR's salary limitation or.
his course In navigation. Lieutenant special session. !I Since Jenkins made his wounded der, subsidies, for the
it Inadequatetax
4 Church: of God, conducted the funer did not give any further
Kilpatrick Is the oldest son of al! services and burial followed In The special; session was proposed i j! out statement, other cour.ge.// details but it is expected that the bill for the Dies Committee

Mr. and Mrs E. G. Kilpatrick Jr. Okeechobee cemetery. to aid the schools, but tho cleverly 1|' Legislature have seen the light and i I Utter that is to follow will give at and against the Federal soldier'svote

After a short furlough Lieutenant |.Tru. 1,ail bearers- will be C, II.Parkeraon wooded three page list of d ,nt"ndl\ are'! following! .sjnt.I .fI" ?,. i .ut sum but ae to what hi* condition bill. 1
Kilpatrick will be tent to Boca Ra I I I Holland has been praised Incessantly The three
broad of Is.Reuben, most Important committee
sets legislation -
F. M. Mobley, J. F. Bond, up a program
K.n air field where he will be ita- J. A. Abney, Alto Watford and B. under which millions of the', through the press as Florida's Is the first casualty among chairmanships In the House,

tioned. C. Swain. taxpayeis' money can be spent and |greatest governor. We got wise a the Okeechobee boys during the InvaSion Robertson said are Rules, Ways and

V the Governor can have anything I t) long time ago and this latest schemeof of France and it is to be Means, and Appropriations. These

Mrs Angie Bass Is in receipt o' a RIDDLE SELLS 1N1EKEST considered he nay choose. But the Holland's should put the press hoped that he will soon recover. vital posts, under Republican lead.

letter from her son, Tech. Sgt. E. IN: AVIATION: SCHOOL irHubert of the Legislature are I and public generally wise to what V- ership of the House would be held

K Bass, dated June 18 and written I aiked to sign a definite pledge to, has been going on In Tallahassee. I ISIBLED MILITARY by three of the most anti-liberal

from "Somewhere In France. He enact the Governor's program some We became convinced a long time PERSONNEL: GIVEN! STRICT Congressmen In the House Reps.

said, "Mom, I know you are reading Miami, Fla., July .-Sale of his of which Is unknown, and nothing I! ago that Holland is not a great TRAVEL PKIOK11\ Ham Fish of New York who colab-

u lot of 'stuff In the papers but I entire Interests in Embry-Rlddla more. |j governor. Instead, he is a master eriited with paid German agents and

don't let my being here cause you School of Aviation largest civilian In addition the Governor de-I politician, and one of the most expensive In accordance with a recent orderissued ], members of the America First Committee .

any added worry. Bear in mind that aviation school in the world to r ands that the members of the i that has occupied the gov- by the Interstate Commerce ; Harold Knutson of Minnesota
this Is the beginning of the end and John G. McKay Miami attorney and Legislature uphold his unconstitutional "' ernor's chair. Commission the Florida East Coast and John Taber of New York.
his associates, has been announced i ,
we will finish the job that has to be veto of the provisions of the He was elected on a program of Railway and other railroads this' V

done before we can return home. I by John Paul Riddle, president of General Appropriations Bill, eventhough I economy and no new taxes. His ad- week Instituted a policy whereby til LltC,i Or' lUKlaT: bU!!..' UhJ'
the school.
Sgt. Bass (known here as Ray) has the Courts have already held( I ministration has been anything but disabled Military, Naval and Mer
Riddle said he will concentrate his
been in England about eight months.He that the Governor's veto was a economical, and he has been directly chant :Marine personnel and their "Sacrament" is the subject of the
own efforts on the Technical School
did not make It clear whetherhe violation of the Constitution which responsible for the levying of more attendants, enroute to or from hospitals Lcbuon-Sormon which will bu read
of Aviation, which he operates '
had just reached France or had the Brizillan Air Ministry at Sao the Governor took an oath to up- || new taxes and more increases In' will be given strict priority,! in Churches of Christ Scientist,

been there since Dday.E. hold. ; old taxes than any governor within j i over all other travel on trains j j 'throughout the world on' Sunday,
Paulo Brazil other
and on foreign ( I
In view of the above facts, I do our memory. Yet through clever The order directs the railroads to July' 9,1 ..
buxiness. He will maintain head' I II
M. Robinson arrived in Okee not regard your editorial as a criticism propaganda, he has "kidded" the divert equipment from regular service The Golden Text tai: "Create in
quarters In Miami and spend half I
chobee this week and Is spending a his time here he said. of me. Instead It is a crttl- !j'I press and the public Into believing( I If required for this purpose., I me a clean heart, 0 God: and renew

short furlough here with his mother He will continue temporarily with clsm of our constitutional princl-I I that he Is tho last word in honesty, Ticket and passenger agents train a right spirit within me (Psalms

and other relative. I Embry-Riddle until arrangements pies of government and condones efficiency, Integrity and everything and Pullman conductors are vested 51110).

for an executive set-up have been this attempted usurpation nf authority I, that goes to make a good official.I'| t by the Interstate Commerce Commls-i I Among the citations wbich comprise -

Herbert Nix who Is stationed r I completed by McKay. McKay has by the Governor. We say to the press and to the' j| lion with authority to cancel reservations |j the Lesson-Sermon Is the

the Naval Training camp at New I been co-owner with Riddle of Rid Very truly yours, public-particularly to the press-it; ( refuse passengers permission following from the Bible; I am the

Orleans, arrived home this week die-McKay Aero College, Clewlston Joe C. Jenkins, is time to get wise to yourselves, to board trains, or require living bread which came down from
and Is spending a short furlough-' :' Representative Alachua County and if this latest scheme of Hoi- i' | heaven; if any man eat of this
them their J
Fla., and Is vice-president and legal '' ( to give up space enroute|
with his parents, Mr and Mrs, I' counsel of Embry"Riddle Co. land's does not open your eyes, then (If necessary In order to make room; bread, he shall live for ever" (John

II. Nix. "While operations of Miami div Holland's Special Session you are sound asleep. for wounded or invalid military or 6:51): ).

(From Winter Park Herald) V j The Lesson-Sermon also includes
isions of the company have decrease merchant marine personnel. 'j
Lieut. Connie Warren Raulerion i
arrived home this week from Stuttgart The "conditions" under which Gov- i Christian Science textbook, "SclI -
terminations, En-bry-Riddle will con FLOKIIU BUT NUMBER: i trip these days should do so with j
Miss., where he graduated 1 special session of the Legislature I that I ence and Health with Key to theScrlpturea"
tinue to train American flight ca- IS LOWtR: tL3)bVtILKbH) the knowledge at the last min
from the army air forces. He will', del. at Carl>>trom and Dorr Fields aia truly amazing when you analyzeall i ute their coach or Pullman reservations by Mary Baker Eddy!

leave Saturday for Hendricka Field,j In Arcadia Fla., RAF cadets at Rid the related facts We are being j I --- I might be cancelled, or thatthey "His true flesh and blood were his
Gainesville, Fla.-While farmers Life; and they truly eat his flesh
where he will undergo charitable to the Governor when waUOl'
Sebring, die Field, Clewlston, Fla., and Mlri might be awakened In the mid-
( throughout the United States were : and drink his blood, who partake of
training as pilot on B-17 Flying( ami:i operations will continue their thu word "conditions". Theyare (die of the night and asked to vaI .

Fortress. He was accompanied here; civilian phase along with what gov in fact, "dictatorial" demands.The decreasing spring pig production by I cate their space for disabled sere that divine Life Implicit faith In
( :'4 Florida bog, producerswere I the Teacher and all the emotional
R. Rawson who clever manner in which the percent
by Lieut. Elmer ernment business Is available, Rid.' vice men and their attendants. |I
attended School with Lieut. Raul-j j I/ die said scheme has been propagandized and 1 registering, record farrowingsI :' V love we can bestow on him will

erson and he will also go to Hen V worked out by the Governor would I of 580,000 spring pigs,. 18,000 above ALL PULLMAN RESERVATIONS never alone make us imitators of

drlcks Field. I do' credit to a Hughey Long or evena last year's previous high, says W. J', SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION: him. We must go and do likewise

W. T. SMITH: CELEBRATESANN1VERSAIU Hitler, or a Mussolini Sheely, anllDal husbandman with the 'I AT ANY TIME: THIS SUMMER: else we are not Improving the great

I : WITH State Agricultural Extension Service. blessings which Master workedand
For weeks cleverly worded Statements our
'Tampa, July 3.-Those who Insist
Award of the Air Medal for "ex- DINNER TO HIS FRIENDS: !,
have been coming out of Tallahassee The 1041 Florida farrowings were suffered to bestow upon us"p.
cptionally meritorious achievementwhile on traveling this summer will do so ,
I playing school needs i, nearly 50 percent higher ,than then ( 25:10.12 26731),
participating In six leparatehomber up nt their own risk, according to ODT ,
W. T. Smith (colored) entertained
| 10-year from 1933 to 1042. V
\und attempting to sell the public average officials. :
combat missions over enemy'| about fifty of his friends on Sat. thn Idea that the Governor was interested Mr. Sheely says the U. S. Bureauof War casualties will be given preference DAGOSTINA-BOROMEI:
Continental Europe" to
occupied I urday June 17 with a birthday dm- only in the schools, old age Agricultural Economics report re-' and the Interstate Commerce I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dagostina of
Staff Redln R. Kilpstrlck, 20,
Sgt. ',I ner at his home at the W. J. Hen- pensions and soldier votes, but thatthe cently Issued Indicates that the, 1944 ('ollll1lssion has Issued a ruling thatPullman I Okeechobee announce the enga&e.ment .
Sneads, Fla. announced
Route 1, was '
Avenue. He
'lary place on Parrott Legislature could not be depended spring farrowings probably mark the reservations may be' cancelled i. and approaching marriage of
"soirewhere In Eng"land.
."recently ,I was seventy-five years old on that upon, might go wild and peak of production in this state, at any time prior to departure t. their daughter, Miss Gloria\ to Gino

I|I date.The waste a lot of the taxpayers' money | since farmers report a drop "of 12 or even en route if It Is neces- Boromei of Okeechobee. The weda .

Sgt. Kilpatrick Is a waist gunner i dinner served consisted of unless the Governor could have definite I i percent in number of sows bred to saryfor a war casualty to have 1 ding will take place at Sacred Heart

on a B-J7 Flying*t Fortress. I fried chicken, roast pork steamed commitments from the membersin : farrow this fall. This compares space. Catholic Church In Okeechobes Friday

rice, pickles, salad bread and but advance of calling with a decrease of 33' percent for I
a session. i. I W. J. Flcht, General Passenger July 14, at ten o'clock in the
E. G. Kilpatrick, Jr.. cashier of tcr and drink, and was attended by the nation.
I Agent of the Seaboard Airline Rail. morning
the Okeechobee County Bank, spent I n large number of the white friends Most of the newspapers-dumbly. "The national decrease in hog pro- way stated that the company will I V
the Fourth of July holidays at Marl- i his. dinner has Suction
of This birthday n- for some other reason-have been may presage slightly betterfeed
take names addressee and telephone Mr. and Mr. J. L. Barber and two
anna. He returned her Thursday become an annual event with hln. this supplies for other livestock"
i i propoganda.
numbers of all persons t making children; Miss .Betty and Mike who
morning and Is looked forward to each year Apparently the Governor figuredthe Mr Sheet/ says
Pullman reservations ao that they have made their home In Fort Fierce
V by a large number of white and col stage was all set last week and V returned
way be reached quickly if cancel- for the past two years, to
Advertise in The News. ored people of the town. Issued through the school officials Subscribe f't' rrht\: New tat'ons are necessary I II I their home her Saturday.loot. .

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-, FLOUIIH CITRUS FRUIT I i\MMII TUB UICMI.ciurrrr. rornr ClltCI'lT OF COI'KT THH |,,I MITUfc OK .\1TIICTIOtOR on tin1 flrnt Mmiday In the month "filKiwt I SKU of Nn!4, Suction 17 Tw,.
OF KiriliJDA, IV AND FOH OKEK.ClIUllUL 'r.\\ hrni .\ l'.H4, whIch Is 'HIP 7th diiv nfAllKIIHt :ill I. IInine 83 I
((0u'ccltihcc! :NLct15( All) IS WINNING WAIt : (fUL'MY l.N llllMKUY.j: : Lawn or I9t3: 1144.Hiiu.il 'I'he nnHHsMnciit ut sold property
| till Rth I of July. 1044HO1. under mild CpriirUme I Inaned wim Iitin
I CAUL WATFOUD, I Notice I In hereby given! that E N. .. ;Ii.TIt M.KHUN.Clerk I niinip of 'l'IIIII''ut.l..
Plaintiff hurt Fin, bolder, of Tax .
Frosiproof Ctrrtilt Court ..fOkieihohi'e ,, I'hlpis nalil Certificate shall he r.
Published Every Friday by the I j I Tampa, Fla., July &. Florida's I.I'IIAIt: V.}:. WATFORD,I I .(.'ertln"lIt.0.f Jult. A. II.. 11112 I'l: ,Issued lion 'filed tbe lAme lit day tolii Clrtiilt' Court Still I) County, Florida 5 iliK-nipd, i I'IIIf',1 t apcordlng Ihpridn sliull to law lie propert Hold to the le. I
Okeechobp News Co., at Okeecho- of citrus fruit are DefendantNOTICE i\ orilip: IIIIK niHili* HppllPHtlan" for ) ., Idddcr at the Courthouse floor
great acreages TO AIMT.AHTo I I'nT I lippd to IIP IxHtipil thpri'nii, Mnld
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on ttittret Monday In tbe month ofAniniHt
be!, Okeechobee County, Florida making major contributions to food J.AI'II.M.ItY WATFORD. Ocn- 'prtiriratp pinhriiPes. the following de- NOTKK OF Al'l'l.ICATIOX FOR I KM4 whIch ll the 7th duj. of
I .'.nl Delivery, Kan Francisco, California ,irllml (inipprtt III the County ofil TAX lut> AiiVimt, 1W4.DM .
supplies for the fighting forces.During I 1<<'"''liolii'p MIIIP ot Hnrlilii" ( lo nit|| I.llw. of IOU
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BRYANT BOWDEN Editor Vni are hereby ordered to appear I.iit fl.I Sc'i-Mon :!'. 1'wII. 33. Noticen\ 'lnrel>y ulven that 1..1 ted lulu Bib day July 1U14.HOY
j I the canning season just to tbe 11111 of Complaint for divorce'filed ItiniKi. a.'. llIxe,'. licildcr of Tu CertlflcatpNo R. ItAt'LEnSON,
Entered a< second class matter j dosed, canners put close to 19 million nsiiliist von hv Carl wrobfo: In i I Th I iiNMpimiiii'iii" of mild ,property m lHS>ipd tbe lit day of lli.rk' Circuit Court offlkri'eholu'e
the nhn\p ntvli'd caiim1 I 'uliT lu County, Florida
11 mild Crrtlflcote Issued was In .1111, A. D 1IM2. has flli'd shine
July I, 1914 at the Post Office In boxes of grapefruit and six the 7th dny of August. A. D. 1044, i ,"11. Ii II 1111' ol I'hllrl.,. lltlluvM. ui> "flko bus made application for I,,.1 rult Court lien)
I otherwise the, allpgniloos of the I I'nlefls "Hid (rrlfpnti| abel) Im TUT Peel Said
Okectiobe, Florida, under the million boxes of oranges into cansas BUll' cc.thji,4 a to he 'lisneil thereon -- ---
be taken ,
of COIUIllIlut111 as ni'toidtng to luw, property de. I ','rt tt'I.atiiiitrii'es tbe follnttlllg d.I I
Act of March 8, 1879.Readln segments of juice, according to I finned aimlnst you. .. i'11.,1. t Hun In, .hnl Ii| IM, an Id to the m rlhi'il, (prupprt, III the County of Subscribe to The News
This onlpr) shall he publlHheil se- I lulii'Ni .' .
I nt the Courthouse door (Ilk '1'1 hiiliHi :Mud' of t..rt.ts to nil
notices&i columns: the Florida Canners Association.This ponlliitf to law In 'I'ho OkpechoheeNews
: of general circulation I
10 cent. a line Rates for display I puck amounted to a total of 30 Inning, npuspaper. Its principal place of
advertising furnished! on applica- 'million cases, of which nine and luifllnesii In tho County of Okeecbobee, I .
ttnte' of Florida. ; ,
tion. Classified advertising 2 cents one-half million canes of Juice rep liiitpd ut okpprhohee) Florida this
each word per Insertion. All items resent the reserve for the armed 11th din HOT
regarding enterprises conducted for forces from the total 1941-1944 Clerk of Circuit Court, I
profit chargeable at rdvertlslng Okoeehohee County Florida''
pnok. Bv Sophronln 1'..,.... Ii C''
I Ct ('I. Rest) i
Advertising bills are payable on I I Mary: Sandwrfnr Rphnlman, itlornev
Exclusive of citrus products, cnnI '
\ for IMnlntlK
the first of each month. Parties
ned fruits and juices this year will _
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unknown to publishers required
be about 61 million of which
pay In advance. cases I NOTICK OF RF.IIF."PTION-
civilians will receive about 63 per OF
rni ito\nn OF PI-BIIC IS'ITRl"!'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE cent and military and war services I '1'10'11 roil 'iUK: COI-NTY OF

One year in advance ..... .. MOO I 40 percent, the U. S. Department of I ouii It...\). -:II('nnnnn iII; !'SCIIOOT:. K-IATH iiKri'vni.vonoMix or PLOK-

Six months in advance .......... 100 Agriculture has announced. Less I : iliuoil Jnnnnr 1. 1940.Minn .
I I : ': IH nnurnOIVKN that
Three months in advance 73
than one-half of one percent will go I lhi' fl.'lKKMl niitmandlnir. Okcochoheermiiin
I Ilimril of I'uhllc I InstnirllonI
to the Allies and the remainder Is I llirll I !!i'lioul. Itofnnillng n nds, (In to(IiBinnirv
for re..nea and other exports I 1. 1140.\ iiiimbprcil 1 thronihUn
I liirliiolTp., di'iiomlnnllcin $1000. ma.
Liberty Ship to Be turing Inniiary, 1. 1U70\ ), have been <'all-
Banned juices and fruits are one I "iI I for rpili iiipilon and pa\ment on
I InM, 1. 1944.SiiIt .
of the most popular food Items with I I 00".1" plinll lie rpdi'Pined andpnlil

Named, as Tributeto : the armed forces, an official of the I ..rll'II on 1"I.rnol Jnlr' 1.pvldonred 1IM4\ at par bv and coupons leI c k ,

I \merlcan 'an Company said here recontlv duo on tlnit, diite upon presentation : ,

State 4Clubs!! Grapefruit Juice Is particularly with ii ins nil Ihin-lii Niilispqupnt inhu 1 hod,unmatiired at the CtinnoSalloinil roU. !'d 9 -C.

popular, lie said and Is Important Hunk New YorlClti. and InIcnHl /3_ 2' '
Imnds shall
I on mini CPCSCcilul m
I III'III1j'IIIClltb to their physical fitnesi hi>. dnlp unil all oonpons nia tilt'hA
il tin.ri'hftpr will he void
.\ uii Uinn completed I pause of Its Mgh Vitamin C content n. II. IUSCOCK. qt'eN

iui launching thi Libuity' Ship Wil. (I'lihllc'ouny InstructIon Snpprlnlpliili'Dt. at I

urn L. Watson, which hut been I I
von the name of a former Florida .
Agricultural Extension Service :1 11* *9RE XX8xx m>:_:<_:<_:<" :.: '. 4e. o ,

uuiker in honor of the fm wartime

M rvices of Florida 4 II club girll

.nul boyi in producing food colluct. Fi YOUR

"i'Je salvage and buying and telling ,

\\ ar Bonds.
Th. launching bal been tentatively I
>i't for sometime July 8 at the \\am-

\\ right, Yards of the J. A. Jones Con- H SMOOTH ?

-action Company In Panama City I I

lime of the launching will b< govrncd I I

<. by the completion of this cargo i Ii :
vessel now under conitruction. i i Grade III Tires are becoming almost impossible >

So busy are the yards Hut launching WHICH ISSUE SHALL I BUY ?
to secure that are any good and O. |
"e performed immediately on *

completion of the ihips.trtime i I P. A. again calls all tire users' attention to'I f There Is (l Fifth War Loan Security to Meet Evrry Investment Need

\\ ctrlngenciu make impossible i

an elaborate christening, the fact that there is a shortage of new tires.

cerumony, but it ia hoped that ar. I r >Z MAXIMUM SAFETY OF PR1XCIPAL-A11 Issues. There are no safer Investments in the world.F. ,

rangemcnts can be made for attend. ;: That it will be many months before A Card ''i ..II \MMIS1 VIELD-Senes E Savings Bonds (2 9%'); Series F Savings Bonds (2.33100)) ; Series G Savings
ance at the launching by a numberof 'I\ Bonds (2,:S'i: *). 'If held to maturity.
) holders tires. SO TAKE NO ,,1 t.
Florida 4-H club girls and boya can secure new FOU CURRENT INCOME-Scries G Savings Bonds, Trea ury2'/4iTof 65.70, Treasury 2's of 1932-3J.

and their leaders William P. Fly. : CHANCE Have your tires recapped as soon r rI FOR DEFERRED INCOME-Serlei E and F Savings Bonds (for tax purposes Income may be deferred or ,
the, director of publicity for the I accrued),

lonpany and official of the State as they become smooth. Send them to one of ''I.I 'I. FOR SHORT TER\-: %'., Certificates of Indebtedness (sightly over 11 months) ; Treasury 1'4'\ 00; Notes or I
Vgncultural Extension Service ax I I Series B-1947 about 2'j years) and Series C Savings Notes ((6 months to 3 >ears).

completing plans. the South' finest plants, ten years experience: FOR MEDIUM TERM-Series E, 10 years; Treasury 2's of 1952-54! HO years); Series F and G ((12 years ,

The new ship will bear the name FOR LONG TEEM-Treasury 2Vs of 1965.70 (26 years). '

of a pioneer extenilon worker in S FOR \IARKET.\tJUTY-Treasur 2's and 2'i's coupon or registered form; Bt r. Notes and !s% Certificates\
Florida, who helped direct farmers' I Humphries! Tire & Retreading Co. of Indebtedness, coupon form only.

cooperative demonstrations from FOR BANK LOAN LI"UERAL-Tr'aSUry l\t'I, *'*' and 2''s. !I% Certificate of Indebtedness, and Series

1911 until the Extension Service was i Phone 139 FT. PIERCE, FLA. C Savings Notes.

itiibtlshed In 1914 and then became (, ESPECIALLY FOR PX11XG TtXES-Serles C Savings Notes (acceptable during and after second calendar
t tx month after month of purchase at and accrued Interest for Federal
par Income
district went with the new organi- estate or gift taxes( ),
x x
x x x x x x xx
zation. In 1915 he became county FOR lilY EST.\TE-Series G (redeemable at par on death of owner. ), Treasury 2'3' (redeemable at par for
". estate taxes only on death of owner .
agent In Duval, where he remained I
untill ill health forced his retirement FOR GIFTS-Series E (or any other Issue depending on needs of the recipient).

In 1912. lie died In 1935. I I OR EDI: 'CATION OF tHILDREN-Serles E.
That the 4 F club members of j FOR SELF RETIREMENT PL\NS-Scries E.

Florida deserve the honor being paid FOR INVESTMENT OF BUSINESS! RESERVES AND OTHER TEMPORARY: Fl'SD3Certificates of
them In namlrg a Liberty Ship for I Indebtedness. Treasury: 1"4% Notes end S'ries C Savings Notes. The last named are redeemable at par and
evi. accrued interest during and after sixth calendar month after month of purchase, except; where i il
leaders Is i owner *
of their former
one Now Open Year Around .1 commercial bank, in which case redemption will be made at par.
denced by icporU from RV. Black.: '- -

lock; Stato boy s' club agent, and

Mini Mary E. Keown, stats home : I III ITHE I i

demonstration agent with the Agricultural !. OLD JUDGE SAYS ,

Extension Service. I Riveria Hotel I
Mr. Blacklock reports that the r-- r'C
nearly 5,000 white boys enrolled In ,
4-11 clubs under the supervision of -

,'uunty'allentl l"t year raised 1.129 ',7\

acres of corn, 664 acres of peanuts, Announces
_',U acres of potatoes, 1,091) acres of 4- :-;--- ; I

home gardens, 127,804 chickens, 1S3 ,- I

dairy animals, and 4,882 other

\111' Keown'a report reveals that
the nearly 10,000 girls enrolled in OPEN NIGHTLY F;;;:; : \

4 1du I canned 304.229 quarts of I SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT *
fruits and vegetables and helped -

olher members of their families to

ran additional millions of quarts. : Music Entertainment

They produced more foods at home

than ever before, learned how to Recreation I
utilize It to best advantage In nutrition : ; J

Improved their homes in var. -

loa and worked Tore on the : I '
firm than ever before In history. .,,. .
bought more FOR GUESTS I : ::44. -'
The boys and girls ,
than $35,000 worth of War Bond, : STATION WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND JUKE I H [.J

helped sell thousands of dollars
worth additional collected scrap ,

petal, rubber and paper and helpedto I II
collect books, magazines and other ; BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING

equipment for military centers I AND PLEASURE

__ ____ __ _0- I

I Write for Descriptive Literature and Summer Rates I "The men overseas don't mince any words among American service men In England:: by
I I about the z. want to find this the British Institute of Public Opinion.
I country when they come marching home... When hundreds of men were asked point
WillysJ cio I they, Judge?" blank how they would vote on prohibition,
: Riveria HotelBox 85% of them stated, in unmistakable terms,
I 'The' certainly don't, Herb..and they that they would vote against it. There's no
buf/C/l/ the khouldn t. They're doing a masterful job
i doubt about it, Herb" .the men overseas
tconomcaleep/ 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA fighting over there to protect our rights and don't want any action taken on that subject
they have good license to expect us to protect while they're ,"
theirs back here at home. One thing away .
---- i/ey're mighty clear on is their stand on "And they're 100% right, Judge, because
Notice r" :ombition." I know how I felt when I came home after
I ,' the l last war-only to learn that we had
' Several Hotel Positions Open Write I' I Their position on that subject was stated been over there fighting for so impractical
I j y emphatically in a poll taken recently thing as Prohibition."

ILLLMMJ Lm i'rr ,-m II r.J1, 1\1. Thu adrntiuwst speu.r.4 h CmfffMM.{ImMfc Jm |/luferfrfel..Im
lPe'ef ,iaUt 0-



n -
-- I

nil Mill< it the Courthouse, beginning :Mr. and :Mrs Leo Greenberger and | Mri J. R. :Mmnchan and daughter FOR SALE-One Electric Itefmter
10 on' o'clock A. M, on the 171 b
Legal Advertisements lay lit of July 1'JH. At to all parcel family were visitor spending July Miss Sarah, have returned to tort; all porcclin. Phone 18.P. .
I of laud of tun acres or more title to 4th in Clewleton where they were their home here after spending a -o-
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONHIB one-half of petroleum end three.fourthiof
TAX DEED: other mineral will be reserved by the !guests of Mr. and Mrs Jerry month In North Carolina P. Evans spent last Friday >.

I P. P. EVANS I Notice li 1,1"hereby w. of given IBIS: that Muck 'I Fund'riutet'i nuicmcnti':of the Internal fur road Iiiiprovemont rlifbt of (ireenberger..E.MS -eWe west Palm Beach where he west a

Mitchell holder of Tax Certificate No way 'JdO! feet akin will he reserved by1, --V business,
1.173: limed the :3rd duv of September sold) '1'ruiiteei from nnv parcel through an In receipt of a letter
HOtSE WIRINGI A. D MBs, hns filed same In my of. which there In nn Minting state road ; <. Foil TOIK :SIKAI'UUUK: trod Milton Rhoden who left here .0-
flee has mnde nppllcRilun for a Tax and fimMiiDiit for dralniizi' and reclanintlnn ,
lined to lie lanueil thereon Raid Cerllflnltc and for rood will het Saturday morning to return to the FOR SALE 5i', foot ftnte >.*.*.
puilirncp the follow-In de- ruHvrved hy thu Uniird of : FALSE: PRIDE
; 80 cents each In truck loud. I lee
after fur
Cummiaslon-l army spending a
I I -- Hcrllipil property In the County of en ot Everglades
> <-K OF APPLICVTION FOnT Okeeeholiee, Suite of DorMiu,. to.wlti: .. I have been more and n.ore con. lough here, with his parents, Mr. C. T. Wall, Box 841, Stuart, Fla.
Lot* 11 and 12, Itlk. 41 Cltr of Description Bee Twp. R.
\X urn ,
Laws of 1939 ot.rhnhrr :NC'i uf )OOEl nf NWV4 !fl :17: S'i ; vlnced, the more I think of it, that, and :Mrs John Rhoden. H, writes -0-
'I'ho >.nnii'iit, of mid prnpprtv I1n.I. NWi of :Mi:',. of :.NVU 37 33
in general, pride U at the bottom
Notice t I. Okee.
that :
hereby given ,
J. 0.
,dir., mild Vrllflcnte Issued was In the ui from Farmlngdale, Long Island, Wolff left last week fr
rhuln'e halls of Tm
(','rUNrnl lucnrpornti-i Nog. 21, :SO 42. 41. 47, 80.At IIIIIUP of (Ira iporire IlnllI'ulcss shall 1 Lot ohcichuljee 3. lllk 10, South I of all grout mistakes-Ruikin. N Y., where he has been tran..1 South Carolina where he Is speadIng
mid S3. loaned the lit day ft mid Certificate re. A ihould be ashamed
,. deemed according to law property de- man never ferred. ten days visiting frieids salrelative.
July A. I). 11M2 hai filed. mine In
inv office : linn mode, application for ncrllied' therein shall he sold to the |I lien liK ft X of center to own he ha. been in the wrong, ..
mi. W. HJovis
door Sec run -0-
hluhent Iddder nt the Courthouse
a Tn* I>i>i>cl to he tuned thereon Snlil i iVrtiricnte I on the first Monrtar In the month of I =N" 'll'J! yds! E i.'U.Us I I which li but saying in other words
( cinhrncci the follow'Ing doacrllii'il ,, Mr. end Mrs. S. R. Raifsnl- -0-
tiny. InH, nhli-h li the 3rd day of 8 110 sds 20 QT 33: '
property In the County ofOkpwhnhev. that he li wlaer today than he wni
state of Florida to-wlt : .luh. lM4.! flog 100 ft g of renter I der were visitors spending the holidays Mr. and Mrs. S. G, Burns .f far
Hiitoil IH4.II'E.I. !
lids lit day of Stifle
lot 21. I Section< <. Twp 1 V I Itjro. 31. I,I I .) ROY It. \t'I.EU8OS St'1< .. 2l run 8 2Ut ft, y..terday.-Pope. in Plant City with their son- hokoe spent last Friday night and
Lot 11 Si-otlon 1(1.( Twp, 84, Hge SI. I I Clerk Circuit Court of W :2U >"di, N 21\>t ft I Vanity Is the mother, and affectation -
Lot 12 Rertlun IS Twp SI I<(to. H.! Okperbuliee County, Florida E SJU ,id.. 79 S7 89 In law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs, Sunday In Okeechobee the guests of
Lot 5. Section 21, Twp 34. HBO. 8 1, '' 1 ii the darling daughter; van
Lot 2S Section 20, Twp St, Itge. 83.: i 1- Lot 1.1 Itlk. 3(1( City of I R. M Fagllo. While there they at. Mr. and Mrs P. P. Evans aid b....
ity I I. the Sin, and affectation la the
Lot 30. Swtlon 2f, Twp 34, Kite 3.1. NOTICEK.r.ncnonER Ukeccuobe : tended the
rodeo at that place
Lot :JIB.I 1 Ni'iili.tt ., : I i on Ily
< 211 Twp ::14tilt.\ la.1 I I punishment; the first may be called
Lot K Scctlilll :W. Twp, SI Kte. 33. ,, ( ; cor'STY. FLORIDA Lot 3, lllk. 1, Okeecho. | July Fourth. Their granddaughter, V
The nnicmmcnt of said property June Id, 11)14.\ hue Ili-itfliU S.D the root of lelf-love, the other the
under sail Cortiflrnto tuned' was In n tty Ann Faglie, was the prize winner -
the of I'nknnwii, 1), I that 8. Blk. fruit Lord Halifax. I I eo NOTICEStork
name' II Deffenluiiiffh. NOTICE II IICUEDY GIVEN Lou 3, 4 and in the
l II. M. Illlniin. Margaret (iSnlilir. l> renaut to Spctloii It of Chapter 1S2UA I 17.1. f'liy uf Okoccho- Pride either finds a desert or cowgirl riding contest
SamiK-1 Heinle. Lydln Gerber Law I .,if .Florida Act of 1U37. known bee Mrs Fsglie and two children re
and Onttli-ll SRI_. ''AI the M Cltr I IV ACT and In puriunnce makes one; submission cannot tame Owners Attention. Oar
I'llleS Mill CerllfliMIti', shall, he tviliiHiii'il ii f Chapter SmlTiS, Lawn of Klor- Lob 4, 5 and 0. Blk. 4, u turned to Okeechobee and are spend vacation
accnrillng tn law, property do.srrlbed Ida .\,-" of 11)41. knonn as the EVERi Numb okfechubee Its ferocity, nor satiety fill Hi voracity ing two weeks here with Mr. and period begins July 1st. Believe
therolji hall he sold. to the i IILAIIS: DiiAisAiin DisnncT ACT and It require very costly
liltflic'it bidder nt the I'uurthnnse dune the following di'ncrlliod land oUullte,1I Lull 3, 4, S and 0. Blk. Mrs. Ralfsnlder.VU.UAKh It or not. E. D. }J arria.
mi the flrnt Monday In the month of I irerglndei: Oralunge District In 1, and Lute 1, 2 and food Iti keeper1 happiness.-Colton -
August, 1044 wlili.ii li the TtU day uf |nkovclinlice County Hiirldn, will he 3, Hlk. 4- Duberryinrdoni ---y
August. halt dr. red for sale nt pulillr ,,"1cry for ( .
Katcil, thin nth day of July, 11)44 the highest and heat null' Mil, subject The pride of circumstance or pow' HUAKUS: HILL :..)oI :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:":..:..:..:..>+
ROY It, lUt'LEHSON! I i the right of the Truiteeii of the KS: of NE'. of NWVi 31 37 83 ' ' ' '..'
ti the of this world that I HELP DELINQUENT: : GIRLS ".''. .''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''.".''.''. .-<''''
Clerk Circuit Court of liil'Tniil Iniprotement Fund and of the er prince I
Gk14'1'IIUIt14, *',,tiut\ Flurtiln Id'iircl uf t'nmnilmiloiii'rs, at tiverglndeiliiiiliingt Lot II, Block 61, City of
,"Ir'nll" Court Seal)) I District to reject my and okuevhubeel.ut has nothing In Christ All power -
------- -- ---..-- -- mid happiness are spiritual end Social work staff of the district I Gilbert Theatre
2. lllk. 61 and N 40
_. ........ ft IIf'ul.! 14 to 20( proceed from toodncii,-Mary Baker welfare boards will cooperate with

Inc.Okeechobee.riM'STEE Blk. :30. City uf Eddy. other social agencies, law enforcement I Okrechobee

1 ,--- officers and health officials in
ATTENTION TRUCK OWNERSFor DII'lIoVlmlS'rU! : <)!' '1HE Washington, July 2.That moreI serving the best Interests of girls Sunday & MondayJuly
I than 70 bus companies have IIPPU.I who have been arrested on social

110.\ 111I OK COMMISSIONERS' OF I rations before the Civil Aeronautic protection charges, it was announcedhere 8-10
!' Board for permission to establish today by E H. Hunt, memberof

some months new truck tires have llUiiy U. llniilcrsuii, Kent for Trui- local air service, usually with hell- the District 10 Welfare Board. Greer Garson

been h'.. uf the Internal Improvement copters, li seen by Arthur M. Hill, Mr. Hunt stated that the District
becoming The armed forcesare
more scarce. Kuiiil nod for Board of Comminli- Walter PidgeonIN
diners nf Evi-ncliidci Drainage president of the National Association Welfare' Board had been advised by

now using most of the production and the I Dlatrlct ida. okc-ethobee County Flor of Motor Bui Oporatori, 110 an !State' Welfare Commissioner Leland -

indication of the advanced postwar W Hiatt that with the practice of I

manufacturers have notified us there will be I I planning within the industry. more intensive. methods of treatmentthe "MADAM CURIE"
I MTH 01' IM.1CT1OX II | Treatment centers will I
"There who consider j Rapid
are some
many thousand tires short of the certificates KK T\\ lltrl: '
I lnw of 10.1} these plant visionary," Mr. Hill said. keep patient a shorter period of I
Notice, l Ja hereby !given that n, T. Alio "THIS IS \MtKlCA'
issued. For that reason O. P. A. has again I foleinnn huller nf TBT Certlflcatei I "They forget that Intercity bus Imei time than formerly and consequentlywill I

\0.: HUN\ and, I"'!", lashed the 7th duly: are pioneers in a comparatively new be unable to initiate plans for LATEST :NEWS
H, 11111 line filed iiuno, In ,
I nf July A.
requested that every truck owner take the best m>; nfflco 1b a made' Hpiilleatlnn: : for form of public transportation scarcely the return of girls to their homes. I
i a Tax Deed to he teemed, thereon, I
Said CVrtlflcnti'i einlirme the fnllow- older than the airline as an I I I For this reason, lllatt had written Friday and SaturdayJuly
possible care of his tires and have tire In the County .
every lug dewrllied I'rop'ro' Industry. When the tint busses Division of Veneral Disease ConI
'the I I
\ nf Okcechnliw, Mute of riiirldii, tn.wlt: I
L"ta 1. 2 nod :3. leek 2.1U.: City of jogged over the rutted dirt road'leas i I trol of the State Board of Health I 1415'ARIZONA
recapped as soon as it is smooth.. The situation 'I'he nnwmmcnt of wild property than three decades ago, man '1;I had requested the cooperation of I II

is more serious than at any time since the the'under name mid of rprtlflcnte Vnknown.\ IIHIKM wan In 1 peuuns were not convinced thut th"l I I all social agencies/ In each community TRAIL

I'nlcM mid I'Mrtlfli'iitri shall lie re- automobile was entirely practical I I in working out plans for the ..0'1I ,

war began. DON'T TAKE A CHANCE ilwil\ iiconritlni to law property I I ciul betterment of the girls. In .-
di>ciUi rllied t hen,In ..11,1h., Hold to the has been systemof counties having no Such cooperative I
given a great new
I'ourthoine don
Have tires recapped t blKhem Iddiler at
your now. nn the first Mnnilnx III the innntli nf.July. highway transportation Tim bun plan, representatives of district Tex Ritter
li the 3rd Inv of
Jillv, 1044. lines have established facilities\ social work staff were urged to con

l>,ntei| this hi day nf June 1944.Circuit \ reaching Into thousands of communities tact health officers and other per-

I Humphries Tire & Retreading.i Co. I (SKAI)okewhulive I'lerk HOY( K.Ciiiint Courthof, :Klurliln.oN that are without other forms sonn relative to planning the moat

the1problem. "TORNADO"Chester
i I of public transportation. Those whr eff<.'.ttlve meais' of handling

: MITIIK I pioneered in transportation .
I 139 FT. PIERCE FLA. SrilTT M. UiKlI.N AND JOIIV W gained wide experience in the coun Types of service to be given In. Morris .
I MVK'II.N. 'I IU'STIJKM "f the Properly
uf "1.01111'1'1' rOA T 1WIL- try' need for flexible, frequent- elude the return of the girl to her I .

NAY COMPANY, hereby /give notice stop service It li only natural with I family or other relatives and planning Nancy Kelley
if June VI44.!
Hint mi the l.'lh day <
0:1:I the) flied with the Intemtule Com.inerie the prophecies that the helicopterwill I for her employment, Mr. Hunt
CiiMiinlnnlni WaihliiKton: [I. '
Also: UMfel'AL OtC
i'i I nn iippllcnilnn( fur n ct-rtiilcnte nfiIMilillr be as adoptable to local service Laid, -

I 'RlrJlultvagltlfChKffTfr! : (g !rwf! J! !II'IIJ.1:1!JUI1(1PC'II : I ciuiteiili'iici', and\ HHcoKilly ((1)) In the air a! the motor bus is on j Indicating the spread of delinqurncy LATE NEWS t;> ENTS:
fur periiilNnliin in nliiitidnn that portion
of the I Ikni'Uoliee brooch extilllllimft the highways, that bus operators an earlier study by the
Mile I'out Ill. a. nt )I,' 'towlI. ton
I STATEMENT OF CONDITION 1 I point' nlioiit 14.II in HID iniith nf nkieehiiltie should seek to supplement their State Welfare] Board Mr. Hunt Coming Attractions "...

\, nt MIU INut HJ: fi. on the present lines with the new type | stated, had Shown that In the 58
I ,tort, bl'n.t attire of Lake okctHbnliee, a
illHtniiMnf iiipinxliiiiitcly| \ lalll.11111'.. of air carrier. Because of their counties reporting KM young girls
Okeechobee County Bank i nod, 1 'iji fur niiilioHt, .in loiiitriiit n I ".\ G{'\ :NAMED JOE"
line of rnllrnail, from Mile fist n.'A present facilities, the bus lines can I and women were In jails during a

1 Port Pierce\ a dlitame nf 30 mllei '' provide local air service at capital single month and that 3(13( other "m\CI-E OP MKG\N REEK": "
OhEECIIOBEE, FLORID It" In Vnluiln. MMiilnole. iiriinge, "UNO,\DW\V KIUTIIM"
Indian Klrer Ukeochohee II' expenditure and operating; coats incomparably .,t'were apprehended but not jailed, a
Organized November 19, 1943 ; I and Saint Lticlp\ Couniln, -'\ 0..1 : "::11'\\: III\'G: ROOM ONLY
i Klnance Docket No.' H,.oo. lent than would be necessary total of 1,031 who were In real "

:r I if undertaken by any other J trouble Only a portion of those "GL'NG Ito:
g: June 30,1944 s f .'( MAlt'1'IN UIKTIN, Tiusrr.Ks: UF THE form of transportation. I. arrested were suffering from social I

t ; HP KioituiA KAST: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : +
'1 !' I t'ItOIr:11'I'Y L\\.n: C'Uall'ASY. I An Important point In connection disease!. I 11"1: >+

j -- --- ---'-- -- -. with the proposed helicopter air _-- -, ---___. ___ __ __. __u_ __
RESOURCES j} service' is that Its development wit>l
:10 OTi( t: IK II'I'I.II'11'10IOK

I'' Loans and Discounts ___ ______.$ 90,470,70 ;A. Loin TAX: .Jll.HI.F 1111,1Nntlce \ provide to particularly the thousands suitable of men employment wh-
III ? In hereby ittM'li I lint r, I', 9 and ? JJ@il
'g'e KnuU>r>iii. holder uf I Tax Ceitllliate.Nut >b ace been train,. u ylloU or 4
Banking House, Furniture ), : Hi', 101. Imiinl the let day <>t ,
July, .\, D, IlltJ. him Illiul\ mime" In hnnlcs with the military air for.'
i and Fixtures ._____ __ _. _00 ... 10,000.00 i,, inv ofll"i> : dim iiiiuli, iipiillrnllcin for Bui line pending
applications now
.( I a Tux .Dwil to he Issued tlii-rcon.", SaidVriltlinfi'
I'lnlinid'K the 1..11"\\liit| ik'-I before the CAB from "feeder" 1ti ? 1
Overdrafts ___..n_.___. ..__ None I ii'illii'il priiiirt.v| lii the County of"j range rlL
IC (Jk"'I'I"hllal.. uf I'Mdililn. tii-nll cervices up to a system of helicopter

j JoI: .j of I.i'tJ7, XM'tlun 2\ l \\p. air busses nearly 60,000 milex --
U. S. Govt. Bonds $561,728.92 over
:1,;. Hiinii 84. %
;: "j I l.ul, II". i. it Inn .HI 1'\\ I'. ..15: of routes In practically all eases. t&3& [ ;;? -

Other Marketable Bonds ._ None > 11111111" .14. service the ter
: the proposed covers
u -- 'I\ ho ii.i< uii'Mt uf mid pruperly I
I under null) IVrlilli'iUu Issued win. lu busses
served by highway
Cash & Due from Banks 359,609.66 921,338.58 the name of Miiilflinu (I-" ltinr.i. F. rltory now :
1 I I \1,10"0", and will be Integrated with the motor .
,, iili'NK alil I'crtlfliiitu shnll be redeemed -
iiicurillnv ti, Inu' prtgn'ruY| | ihk- coach schedule,

Total l ._ ._m____ .. ___u_ m_._ ..._ $1,021,809,28 ] rl-lln'il liljilit'iil", lilililor therein ut..h..1h.tin. \ .roiirlhiiuiiK.- mild to iliiurmi "the -- --- --- -

I In' flrut Mi>iilay In the mouth art!
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LIABILITIES Iwo Major IloopleBy I /
Doted( thin Alh liny of Julv. fill! 1I N
I. 11UY II. ll.U' (I.I.IISON.;\ By II

Capital Stock _.....,-_ ._u_.___._:1.\: ::: ...$ 25,000.00 l'I"'k'bnln-e(,11"1111 I'liiintx Court', "' "rlolo ufukitn Syndicate '
I il'lri'iili! Court HI iihMITHt. 0
Surplus and Undivided Profits .___.___ 12,093.00
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-- I.UUK of 111.1,1
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1 Total n__ __w__.____ _._..::i,..:. :; .1021809.28 I'. I'reieutt., III. hnlili-r Imued' of the'l'1It Ut fertlflcutMNo duo of 5UR>rFIREINVESTN NT ? h H..RE.'S.WE TO ALL DO YOU I i ;
July, A. H, I'.WInn riled iiiin A >
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I Okeecliolise County Lull U nod 13 Brnniiliig Addition more War Stamps. Sign
In Lily of likctM'huhci. I the pledge below and bring it .
k The mwminent of said property I
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q the emir "f Mart, I.iiuiibllii. EstateI'Ith's you a member of my club and
Certiricnte; ihnll be redeemiMl
unlit I
14 HiMMirdlutf. to law, property de. entitle you to a free pencil
Bank icrlhiMl. tberelii", Hluill be lold to the BANGS and club button, now I
hirh"!/ t Milder,. at the rourihnniii' door 1 I
on the ft ret Moiiiluy III the month ufAngiml Wr'eleetel
,I* 111 14. "hlih )h he 7th day of ';ji

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Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit J I| (I'li-ciilt (Sit"rt Seal) :, OUT-CLIP and

Insurance Corporation I BRING IN TO OUR I

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : TO CHECK 1 a artte e eo I Manager

kk .. RIA J I Florida Power i Light Company;
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: Bow Your HeadsI



I is Invasion. Now in the hearts, brains and muscles of our American Youth

lies the future of our country
Bow your heads. Pray with millions of mothers the country over, as their hearts reach out

over the seas, each one seeking out her boy, to protect him with the shield; of her love.

Believe that in this world there is definite strength in decency and honor.

Believe that in our devotion there is moral force.

Believe that our WILL to victory will aid that victory.

Seek and ye shall find.

Let us seek added strength and fortitude for our nation in our sacrifice and devotion.Let .

us focus every thought, every action, every prayer on the boys fighting for us.

And, while each one bends to his task with ever-growing fervor and energy, let us adopt a

common symbol as our faith in Victory.

Let that Symbol be War Bonds. Let us pour our money in a gigantic FLOOD of goodwill towardour

sons and brothers, as a spiritual shield for them.

This is the Invasion. The lives of our boys are at stake. Let them see that the Soul of Amer-

ica is with them.
Let it not be too late not next month, next week, or tomorrow, but today NOW.


: Buy Your Invasion Bonds Today

This Advertisement Sponsored By the Following Citizens of Okeechobee. County: .

Allen Markham Hunt Brothers
\. .;. E. G. Kilpatrick
I W. J. Hendry
Gilbert Culbreth
Robert LaMartmDenmark
H. H. Raulerson .r
Furniture Company S. M. Swain

Padgett's Texaco Filling, Station J. O.WolffLeland

I M. C. Pitts C. Pearce ) __
I T.W. Conely, Jr, Cecil Holmes ./; \ '
Scharfschwerdt Brothers Hardware Co.' Nathan Zelmenovitz \

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