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: April 27, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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 45 ._ Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 27', 1945____ Price' Five Cents

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In Various Camps i I The Ladies, Aid-of the Brethren Complete Okeechobee County's "Probation CHRIST,After-SCIENTIST APR. 29 Okeechobee Postal

Death" Is the

At Home & AbroadStaff John i hurih Uiaughon met at Thursday the home afternoon of Mrs., Quota for Relief of Destitute Allies i will subject be read of the In lessott-sermon Churches of Christ which, Receipts Going Up

I April 19, to do sewing for the Philippine I Scientist, throughout the world on

Sergeant Elliott Lott arrivedIn War Relie". I Just a few days remain of the I Sunday, April 29. Postmaster M. C. Pitts was the
Okeechobee last week from Cal The devotional and business meetIng THE GAD-FLY The Golden
clothing drive for the war victimsof I Text Is: "The Lord speaker at the Rotary meeting on

ifornia. was in charge of Mrs. John Europe. On May Day tile, clothing will perfect that which concerneth fuesday, following the policy of

Sergeant Lott arrived in the U. Draughon, after which a social hour must be packed and shipped. So pie: thy mercy, 0 Lord, endurethfor Rotary to have each member speak
By Marjorie D. WallaceIf
S. April 4th after having flown was enjoyed and the hostess served please don't put off any longer that ever" (Psalms 138) 8), of his own individual business one
Bowden doesn't
Bryant stop
forty-two mliiloni ai an aerial delicious cookies and'fruit juice. good deed that you fully Intend to The lesson-sermon also Includes during the
Those going! nwny on press day, doggonedif ,
present Mrs, 11. P.
tanners with the 13th Air Fore in were do, and get your contribution In at a passage (p.' 77:5-11: from the
Garner Mrs. Will Walker. Mrs Vic- I don't do some stinging in his once. Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand Mr. Pitta gave a number of statistics

the Eouthwett Pacific area. While tor Domcr, Mr. Eddie Bam, !Mrs. direction one of these days! Health which were anything but dry,
Leo with
Greenburger, chairman of the Key to the Scrip-
tceumulatlng a total of approximately Robt Martin, Mrs, John Diaughon A couple of weeks ago I said a : local committee, says that although turn" by Mary Baker Eddy. showing as they'did the remarkable

f BOO hours In B-24 Libertori andlr<. ( intit \\ right, few kind words In favor of Joe increase in business of the post
poundage quota has not yi't been I V
e without benefit of fighter V Bonirlovcnnl, ending with the ad. I office here since 1934, and particularly
met, the clothing donated has been
over, !Sjft Lott wai under Interception i i onition to relax. Joe took the Invitation for the most part of exceptionallygood i I i "One to Customer" during the past four or five

from the enemy twenty-one Soil Conservation entirely too literally. Work years. Postal savings have Increased
quality. All of this clothing
I I on his house had stopped. The lumber largely in spite. of the great number
tlmee. must be sorted into sizes and
piles are still there, somewhat Signs Ruled Out at of war bonds sold In the county
Due to the vastness of the Pacific Payments Soon to weights and carefully )packed for
reduced It Is true, but still very and postal receipts have multipliedlike
Ocean and the great distances between shipment, and the Rev. W. R [lowed -
I much evidence, and still Clayton's the provetblal rabbit.
in dangerous. The office
Islands in It, Sgt. Lott'i or- I Be Received Here heads the committee in chargeof GroceryGeorge
Looks as though the city council this been designated a second

ganlsatlon flew the longest missions I II would have to Issue another' duty. class postoffice, which means a considerable
1 I Those who have contributed during
ana Accomplished by a heavy thirty-day ultlmatlum to a relaxedJoe the Clayton has some back to increase In the amount
: Sol l fun'orvntion payments of the past week are Mr. and Mrs.
bombardment group. Average nils- to get unlaxed and go to work Okeechobee and has opened a new allowed for clerk hire, thereby Indirectly
I Agricultural! Adjustment Agency to Roy Draughon, Mr. and Mrs. II. II.
alone ranged from 12 to 18 hours again I j .grocery store just west of Denmark' benefitting the town as well
producers in Okeechohee County Raulerson, Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Bibb,
'of contlnuoui flight, with take-offs Nice new paint jobs are springing > furniture store and Evans' as the clerks,
Mr. and .
Mrs. J. it McCranie
will total almost $12,009 for work i :Mr.
and landings always In darkness. up like May flowers all over and Mrs. electrical shop Closing his very interesting and
done during 1941, states C. R. Ches McCain, Mr. and :Mrs.
Holder of the Air Medal and eight Boyle, county agent and secretary town. The Ford building Is epic and Osle Raulerion, :Mr. and :Mrs. H. W. e The new grocery has an excellent encouraging talk, our postmaster

bronze oak leaf clusters Sgt. Lott of the Okeechobee County ACA pan, but oh, deary me; The back Dunn,, Mr. and tos. Rj E. Link, Mr. stock of canned goods and staples, issued a word of warning concernIng -
credited with the destruction lot is getting bad of junk. fresh vegetables, cheese and butter
was officially All aprllc&t ons for payment have a case and Mrs. J. D. JlcCarthy, Mr. and i postoffice money orders drawnon
of two Japanese aircraft, 1'lIlb-mult be catching. Hunt Broth. all set forth most attractively In other
been transmitted for audit and :Mrs. Forest Pearce, Mr. and hire any postoffice) these are

the probable destruction of three | payment and checks which fire era grocery Is being painted; being J. 0. Pearce Jr., Mr. and Mrs H. R. clean and freshly-painted surround valid for 30 days only, and If'not
others and the damage of five brick this Isn't as much of job ings. cashed during"that
more. I mailed directly to each producer, a Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Alto WatfordSr. time, must be

t His organization was awarded a should be In the malls within the as an all-wooden building would be, ., Mr, and Mrs. Alto Watford Jr., The one unusual policy of the renewed a lengthy and trouble.

unit presidential! citation on three next few days.Okoechoboe but It Is surprising how much paint Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hudson, Mr. store will be that no one will ever some procedure; therefore all per-
occasions for meritorious achieve on the woodwork helps. LaRue be limited In purchase of articles
County farmers In and Mrs Roscoe Bass, Mr. and Mrs. sons receiving money orders from

ment. 1914, according to Mr. Boyle, used Chandler's place looks as If it had Z. K. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. which are scarce As long as these any postoffice! other than Okeecho
Some of the flown againstby been dipped In a huge jug of Jersey articles are In stock, you tray have bee should
targets be
245 tons of phosphate, 262 tons of L. Lawson, Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Dud- sure to cash them before

Sgt. Lott were Truk, Rabaul, limestone, produced 184 acres of er.am-a most luscious shade. ley, Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Mrs. R. two or a dozen-If you can pay for 30 days after the date upon
Palau Wolael Halmaherras, Recently I had occasion to them. As long as they last, there
Yap, cover crops, planted 5213 acres otpastul'e go E. McLaughlin and Ben Patton which they were Issued

Celebes, Borneo, Pulawan, and the maintained 16,197 acres, around the lake twice, once on the V will be no discouraging "Only one President Hiram Raulerson appointed

Philippines, plus numerous attackson east side and once on the west side, STORK to a customer" signs tacked on merchandise R. B.
constructed 150,161 feet of water SHOWER HONORING I Meaerve as chairmanof
enemy naval vessels. His ship control surface ditches, and controlled and I was amazed and no end pleas. :MRS LELAND: FOUNTAIN in Clayton's. ', the Rotary bond drive committee
several ed how almost George has many friends In Okee- .
was severely damaged on to see every one of
1,737 acres myrtle LAST Leo Greenberger reported that
occasions fro n Intense anti-air. v the properties along the lake frontor chobee who will be glad to have him
should once again a resident of the town, the clothing collection was going
craft barrages. I say "Levee front"?-
Mrs. Eunice Lamb, Mrs Mary well. More about this In another
Like most flying men, Sgt. Lott Week To have been Improved in recent and who will wish him the best of ..
: Family Simmons, Mrs Helen Ming and Mrs. luckn his column of The News "'<' -. "*" ,*-'8IIi .
cannot give enough praise to the months The houses shin with fresh Laura Llghtsey were hostesses at a new venture,

men on the ground-the men who Be Observed paint, the yards are clean and stork shower honoring Mrs. Leland V A discussion about the high echoolband'
by financial needs resulted In
keep 'em flying. In his opinion, It blooming with flowers, the under. Fountain at the home of Mrs. Lou. Best Cattle Sale
number of
Is these men who deserve the credit brush In the pastures has been ise Cochran on Wednesday afternoon a suggestions raisingthe

but seldom receive It. Religious GroupsBy cleared away leaving the stately necessary money for uniformsand

After a twenty-one day furlough old trees and the shapely guava Various games and contests were Yet Held This new instruments Prof. Williams

Sgt. Lott will report to Miami for hushes looking down with surpriseat enjoyed, with Mrs: Ruth King win and Carl Durrance agreed that
II. P. Garner I the band has become a potent Influence
reassignment. Having completed two the unaccustomed sight of their ning first prize, and hire Ella\ Me- Week at MarketAnother
tours of overseas duty since enterIng Protestant, Roman Catholic and own feet.' Along this ridge live many Kee the second prize. Home made for good at the school, and
Jewish organizations are jointly of the citizens of Okeechobee that there Is a noticeable Improvement
the army on October 17, 1941, county cake and fruit punch were served

It Is not likely that he will be sent sponsoring what is termed Family where, since the gas shortage, few to the guests, who were also entertained successful sale was held In morale and disciplinary effectiveness
week May 6th to 13th. The week due not only to the Interest
to a combat zone again, but will of their town-dwelling friends ever by music by the Cochran yesterday afternoon at the Okeecho
somewhere closes with Mother's Day May 13th. but In their homes 'Is bee of the band members themselves -
serve as an Instructor come, pride sisters. The honoree received a large Livestock Market under the
The family Is the first Institution but due to the pride the
In this evident In the being lavished
country. number of lovely and useful gifts, management of Burdick 1& Carson
that God created. For the purpose I school as a whole takes In such a
them. Most of these locations who took
upon and the afternoon proved a most over the sales pens from
of maintaining this God created successful possession. The Rotary
Mr. John Rhoden has received a are beautiful in themselves, nature enjoyable one, for all present. the Dixie Cattlemen's Association
Institution and to enrich the Club some weeks voted to sponsor
made them and the who ago
so people weeks
letter from Clarence L. Lanier The guest list Included Mrs. Mary some ago.
family life, Family Week Is pro. the band, which makes the memo
which is the first direct word from live on the ridge have been sensible Bleezer, Mrs. Henry Pearl Robbins, Twenty buyers were present at

the fighting on Okinawa receivedIn moted.It enough to leave all of nature's Mrs. Lucy Hood, Mrs. Missouri this sale and the prices paid for bers directly responsible for Its

Okeechobee, as far as Is known. takes family loyalty and family beauty untouched, just clearing Duke, Mrs Georgia Powell, Mrs. 285 head of cattle were good, ranging financial support

Private Lanier writes: "This lathe Integrity to keep the family together away the rubble that even Dame Eddie Ward, Mrs, Blanche Lamb, from $7.20 for lowest gradeof There were no guests at the meeting -

first chance I have had to write ; children from being neglected nature spreads around herself. And Mrs. Elsie Roebuck, Mrs. Ruth cows offered to $15.70 for some ,
and moral standards from being .
since I left the Philippine Islands. adding no rubble of a human sort King Mrs. Pansy Ezell, Mrs Lu- steers. Prices averaged higher than -- --

I am on the Island of Okinawa In undermined. The family Is the to the shady, rolling grassy slopes cille Walker, Mrs. Annie Scott, Miss the previous week and 174 head FARMERS MUST REPORT
foundation of the church and the
the Ryuklu group of Islands. By under the quiet trees. Virginia Parkerson, Miss Elsie Car. more were sold. One bull alone ACREAGE BY APRIL 30 TO
state. But for happy and
the time you get this letter you will perma When I first came to Okeechobee, ver, Mrs. Ernest King, Mrs. Bessie brought 14500. RECEIVE AAA PAYMENTS

have read about It In the papers. nently successfully homes we go to this ridge' was I thought, an ideal Paikerson, Mrs. Katie King, Mrs. These sales are held each Thursday .
the Bible for and lookto ,
our pattern
We hit here Easter Sunday, and Instead place for a home. The levee spoiled Henry Brass, Mrs. Ella McKee, Mrs. beginning promptly at 2 o'clockIn Farm operators in Okeechobee
the church for help and guidance.
of hunting Easter eggs we Human that idea. If I couldn't see the lake, Myrtle King, Mra. Katie Smith, Mrs the afternoon. 'County who seeded winter legumesfor
play a large partin
were hunting Japs. They are pretty establishing homes, basic Il'd just as soon live miles away Lola Smith, Mrs. Nora Phelps, Mrs. Tabulation of Thursday's sales : a cover crop last fall, or who
so a
hard to find, but we finally found need li to relate these Instincts to from. It. But the ridge Itself Is still Marie Glen, Miss Romona Lamb, follows: seeded small grains for cover or

plenty of them In the hills I have a lovely, lazy ruff along the edgeof Mrs. Nancy Joan Taylor, Miss Lovon 81 head Calves .$ 9.10 to $13.90 grazing must report their acreage
source In God and so to live
often heard of bloody fighting but that He can control and guide them. the lake you can't see, and the Ezell and Miss June Alderman 99 head Cows . 7.20 to 13.00 seeded to these crops by Monday,

this people who live there makingthe 87 head Steers . 8.70 15.70
really brings It home. Some of We are constantly reminded by are V to April 30, 1945, if AAA payments for

my good friends have been killed; our juvenile courts that boys and most of it. Charles E. Smith, brother of Mrs.S. 2 head Heifers . 8.20 to 8.90 these practices are to be claimed,

one was killed In the same place girls who are attendants at church Rumor hath It that Louis Scharf. J. Davis, has accepted a position 15 head Bulls . 8.70 to 11.00 according to statement made todayby

where I had slept the night before. and church schools seldom are schwerdt Is going to build a new I with the State Road Department at 1 Bull by head 145.00 C. R. Boyles, County Agent and

A boy was also hit next to me night brought before them. As parents store, in the same location, so wellexcuse Bartow.Mr. V Secretary of the Okeechobee County

before last, when a mortar shell what will it profit us if we gain him from painting the old J, T. Hancock spent the week end Agricultural Conservation Association.

landed near us. My canteen was the whole world and lose the souls building. If he does build, you can and Mra. Fred LIzenby of with his family at DeBerry Gardens .

blown Into two pieces. How are bank on the new store being Lakeland are the guests of Mr. and -
of our children The church Is the I an asset The rate of assistance offered to

things In Okeechobee ? Tell every. one Institution that has for Its sole to the community, for Louis Mrs. Jeff Smith. Little Glenda Mixon, sixteen farmers by the AAA for establishing

hello for me." V-- purpose the promotion of the never does anything by halve place. It Is working day-by -day all months-old daughter of Mr. and a cover of winter legumes seeded

+ Christian life and it Is interestedIn Have you noticed that the Park over town-here and there the Im Mrs. Elvis Mixon, .Is a patient In the last fall Is $1,00 per acre, ands

Mrs. Ellen Wright and Mr. and the entire! family. Drug Store has some nice shrubs' provement Is noticeable as you all hospital In Tampa. Her condition 1 the assistance for establishing a

Mrs. R. E. Hodges and young son Let us now' begin to plan to observe started along Its east wall'I take a long look at grave, cover of small grains for grazing
I your properties
of Belle Glade, and Maldon Wright Family Week. What our men Paint and plant are words very and start the happy job of -r is $1.50 per acre, Mr. Boyles explained.

and son Stanley, and daughter Iris In service will In the church similar In structure I .
see and they are "fixing up". Miss Myrtle Ezell of Miami visited

Ann of Clewlston were visitors to when they come home will dependon the two most Important words In the Dear, sweet city councilmen, well e her family here on Saturdayand I I Farmers should file their acreage

Curtis Wright and family Sunday.ATTENTION' the part we take In propagatingit dictionary of public Improvement. ,
love you so much, but won't you Sunday report for these two practices at

and making It a place of Inspiration You can lift the face of an entire PLEASE get the junk business settled the office of the Okeechobee County

HORSE OWNERSWe a source of power and an Institution neighborhood by painting! your home ? Until we can get the Junkyard Be honest but hat no one; overturn Agricultural Conservation Association

have a supply of antitoxin for of worship and fellowship I or your plea of business. Then off the main streets, Okee I a man' wrongdoing but do not as early as possible. An employee

Immunizing against staggers and with God and men. "As for me andI I plant around It, and add the third chobee's nicely powdered and painted overturn him unless It must be done of the association will] be

will be here through May and June I my house we will serve the Lord." I Yule of neatness, and presto, Okee face Is going to be smudged and'' In the overturning of the wrong available to render any assistance

E. D. Harris, D. V. M. I (Joshua 24: 15)). Is a better and
I I a prettier I ugly. Pretty Please I Abraham Lincoln v.T.. needed, Mr. Boyles continued.

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Electric Churns, Electric Hotplates, Electric Ironing Cords, Quart Mason Jars, Frying Pans, Dust Pans, Garbage Pans, Gasoline Cans, Brooms and Mops,

Kerosene and Wood Stoves, Ironing Boards, Hoes, Rakes; Shovels, Axes, Step Ladders .

GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 54 Okeechobee, Florida

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Published Every Friday by the [cane OH/MLS ters MCRHU I I
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- I PROOuf1/ONl mnM W '
bee, Okeechobee County, FlorIda I IS VS/.'(j EVfRYIftNfCsra Residents of Okeechobee waste county for II |I Dick Newcomb
can supply enough paper
BRYANT BOWDEN .. ... ... Editor \ IVY pft 4Jf.' "S" I 10,000 "aults of armor" for 105 mm ;| Goes Fishing by ProxyBob

9l shells, If they will\ buckle down and
Fntrred: U .Voni1 rlnm tnntti Jnly I II
of I
of 10 pounds
save an average
1.bcp, il"1et neleeodctfof f'M In r08p1S7., Il newspapers, wrapping paper and Newcomb used to be the So Bob spent his next day oCt 1
-_ I best fly caster In the county exactly as Dick dreamed of hla
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I boxes a month The 105's are the fever missed a Saturday at Seward's doing-fished Seward's Creek

One Your In advance .. .. $200 bill ones that have been helping I Creek. But come the war, again, and cooked the trout, and
Six Month In advance .. .. 1.00 American forces In their advance and Bob's son going off In uni kept the beer cool In the stream.
Three Months In advance .. ... 75 : toward Berlin and Tokyo. form, he just lost Interest In And you knew he was doing It

I Last year Americans saved lOG'ipounds I things like fishing for Dick.
n.nllnll'! rotters In lornt columns. 10
rents a line Kntoi for display" adrerHsln I I of paper per capita, or en I II Dot the other day Bob got a Prom where I alt It's what the
fiirn1.hi.d on application ClnMIflid llll I ough for about 35 containers each letter from the South Pacific men overseas would have us do
mlvortlslnr. 2 rents earn word I I I kind of a homesick letterkeep alive the little custom
per Innortlon All firma regarding en- for the 105 mm. shells. ,
ti>rprtm>i cnndtirtrd for profit are I o.c7 "r m thinking of you, Dad fish the small pleasures, they; re*
at advertising rates. For each ammunition container or !
I Lug In Seward's Creek; cooking member-keep them alive tffl
Aclwtlslnj Mils am payable on the I :::::::: .. "paper suit of armor" used to protect trout over ap open fIre; and they come home to share them
... the shells from salt water,
tat nf onch month. rartli>a unknown to C II 0, I keeping the beer cool In the
publishers required to pay la advance. pv1t l eqPEL .. ; dents, nicks and corrosive dirt, approximately tream. Keep an extra bottle .

'" I 1i three pounds of wastepaper cool for me." 80e

Methodist Women le I t r e ; are required, according to W.

J. Wardell, vice president of the No. 114-jo' Sew Ca vigld, 19450 UMe Stave Marrs 1--
I '- American Can Company, which Is

Enjoy Interesting W. R. Howell, Mrs Frank Louthan, "MY DAD" manufacturing millions of the con

Mrs A. L. Boettger, Mrs Paul Rob- tainers.

Meeting Tuesday bins, Mrs E. H. Hunt, Miss Ernest Mr. K. E. Hood received In a let Ammunition container board, one I

ine Hunt, Miss Eunice Potter, Miss ter from his son, Kell Hood, Jr., a of the principal materials used In

Jean Proctor, and a contingent of poem which was taken from a newspaper making the "suits of armor," Is

The Woman' Society of Christian the younger representatives of memo "over there", and which he made from mixed paper and old (!JJjS, NOT

Service of the Methodist church en bers' families sent to his "Dad" as an expression corrugated boxes, Mr. Wardell said.

Joyed an unusually Interesting meetIng >V of his own sentiments. The poem Another material used Is called MADE OF BANANAS

at the church annex on Tuesday Moral courage li a virtue of higher Is titled 'My Dad". "tube and can stock," which Is made
C e e 1 from all types of waste paper
afternoon. cast and nobler origin than phys

Group meetings at various homes ical.-It springs from a consciousness "Just do your best, my son," he said, V Arrr yotl'RF olwara

preceeded this regular business and of virtue, and rendera a man, "And help to win the fight. tor .oF, Il utnlx! .

program meeting I, In the pursuit or defense of right, My heart will ache while you're The Bible In Her HeartA'J BANANA

The opening hymn, The Church's superior to the fear of reproach, opposition away, OIL!

One Foundation", sounded the keynote or contempt.. G. Good VII pray for you each night. INTERESTING and true

of the topic for the afternoon.The rich. He didn't cry, as mothers would, story Is told of the rescue of
little of people from
devotional was led by Mr. B.! V But pride showed on his face; a torpedoed I ship.group For twenty days .

H. Hunt who took as her theme, Women He sent his youngest off to war these people, Including I woman v
"But they made light of It", from Baptist To beat the Master Race. and four children, faced hunger

the 22nd chapter of Matthew; she and thirst and all the perils of the ...
enumerated and evaluated many Study Improved He'll watch the mall each day for sea In an open life raft. And : :"
newt through faith in God they were
events In the history of the church
and Christianity which have To tell him of his son. saved .
en Bible that little
of There was no on
dured through the ages. In closing, Way TeachingThe His dear old eyes will light with raft, we are told except the one No "banana oil" at Denmark's. Our rep-

Mrs. Hunt read Frances Angemeyer'spoem pride which the woman had "within utation backs up all of our claims for fine
"Conversion", For every battle won. her heart. But dally from this
Women's Missionary Societyof Bible In her heart she repeated to service and quality. .
The program topic was "The the Baptist church ls having a He'll not complain because his gas the others the great Psalms of

Church In Europe", which was In. busy week. A Sunday school study Is running kind of low courage and strength and the JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
terestingly discussed by Mrs. A. J. course, primarily for teachers but If what he saves will help his son deathless words of Christ Jesus
and the prophets. She told her LIMED OAK BEDROOM SUITES, KITCHEN -
Boettger. being largely attended by the younger To hit a harder blow.
companions of the glorious experiences FLOOR LAMPS
During the business session, the people as well, Is being taughtIn of Wen and women of ,
members expressed their keen regret classes held every evening this When day I Is done I see him now other times and other places who DINETTE SUITES, ODD CHAIRS FOR

that Mrs. Tom Casey will be week at the church, by two state Down on his bended knees, had been delivered from danger DINING ROOMS, BABY CARRIAGES,

leaving Okeechobee soon Mrs. Casey workers; Mrs. B. D. Locke, of His grey head bent in silent prayer through their trust In God, ana I and items to choose from.
For me across the seas. she assured them that God would many more
has been a devoted member, giving 1 Bradenton, and Mrs. Diamond, of I do today what He did then. I
generously of her time and talentIn Vero Beach. The book used as a Remember, Dad, that we who die And so it proved to be. Through'
the Women' Missionary work. textbook Is titled "Improvement of Will not have died In vain; the long, hard days and nights the

Mrs. P. P, Evans was chosen to Teaching In the Sunday School", and Like Him who died on Calvary'scross I little group was sustained and DENMARK'SPhone
and last rescued and
protected, at ;
the Is much Interest
succeed Mrs. Casey as the chairmanof "
another witnessing
another "miracle,
Belle Bennett circle. and will be productive of much We'll die for mankind's gain \ of God's love and care, 115

The Wesleyan Service Guild, good. e e 1 was chronicled on the records of

headed by Mrs. Frank Louthan, has Wednesday noon the members of The poem was written by T-4 time. ible-God's Word-In her -
the Missionary Society honored :Mrs Wilson Malone, so is an authentic The
been responsible for church activities heart! Centuries ago Moses, the .-
during the post month, and Its Locke and Mrs. Diamond with a expression of one man's feeling of great Hebrew lawgiver, enjoinedhis ; I
members completed their tenure by delicious luncheon at the home of fighting ions although they do not people to love God and

proving very delightful hostesses Mrs. Dale Raulerson. have the ability to translate it Ineo I to remember and keep His commandments
statutes, and Judgments THIS TIME IT'S 0. K. i
of verse I
for the social hour, during which I The regular program meeting beprolongl'tl"
"that thy da's may
Rise Ernestine Hunt sang Schu I the society was held at the church
I .. .. .. .. .. .. (lU-tileronomy 6:2)).
bert's "Who Is Sylvia?" Mrs. Lou. I Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs Carl . V'V......'v I "Therefore," said he, "shall je TO JUMP THE GUNThe

than was assisted In caring for the Durrance In charge. Invitations had lay up these my words in jour
guests by Mrs. Paul Bobbins, Mrs. I I been sent to the members, with a heart and in your soul and
Ernest Hunt, and Mrs. A. L. Boett I picture of an open umbrella on the Gilbert TheatreSUNDAY ye shall teach them your children,
speaking of them when: thou sit.
ger. I cover, with the phrase, "Not April I test in thine bouse, and when thou 7th War Loan starts in May. '
Those present were :Mrs Hiram showers, but showers of opportunityfor j wulkest t by the way, when thou

Raulerson, :Mrs W. D. Cassel, :Mrs. you" Introducing the topic for & MONDAY I lies down, and when thou rlsest

W. B. Jennings, :Mrs. Harry Elledge, the afternoon. "Facing our opportunities up" (Deuteronomy 11 :18, 19)>. It's the greatest yet. Uncle Sam needs 7
Those who heed this mighty plea
Mrs. John McNeil, Mrs: Omar Hunt, through the cooperativeprogram" discussed. CARY GRANT and I I to know and love God's Word, and billion dollars of our money-almost as muchin
the theme
Mrs. Tom Casey, :Mrs. R. E. Link, was
:Mrs. D. JOHN GARFIELD I lay it up In their hearts have an chunk raised this time last .
:Mrs. P. P. Evans, Mrs W. L. Burgess The devotional was led by inexhaustible source to draw upon one as was by

Mrs. C. H. Parkerson, Mrs, II. 0. Alderman, and discussions of the In- |I I for inspiration and help at all year in TWO !

A. Proctor, Mrs A. H. Amerine, :Mrs. I Cooperative Program were led by 'i times. *
W. E. Potter, :Mrt. F. W. Zander, :Mrs. T. W. Conely, Jr., Mrs. C. :M. "DestinationTokyo" 'I :Mary Baker Eddy writes In
Williams, and :Mrs J. T. Hancock. "Science and Health with Key to The way to fulfill your obligation to the
Mrs. C. F. Jenkins, :Mrs. W. A. Law- I
son, Mrs.: Angle Bass, Mrs Cora Marjorie: Coker and Beth Burdeshawsang |i the thought Scriptures"steadfastly(p.to 2il(the), endur-"Hold men who fight is to jump the gun to start

Peters, :Miss Jo Parrish, Mrs. W. R. a very beautiful duet, with i ing, the good and the true, and NOW saving for your share of this giganticloan.
Howell, Mrs. D. R. :McXell, the Rev. Alice Raulerson at the piano. you will bring these Into jour
i I i experience proportionally to their .
WAR NEWS I occupancy of your thoughts." .
EDGAR KENNEDY: COMEDY I There is no place where God's I
Lo-i't' e e Charged With Nc a.c' "t law Is not operative and supreme. 26,000,000 smart who belong
FRIDAY Our responsibility is to be obedient I II to the Payroll Savings Plan have already
& SATURDAY to it, to keep it In our hearts, to continue in It, and to trust it. 't' started to save' spreading their War Bond

The road of human experience f
,','. .".' BILL ELLIOTTIn I may seem dark and rough at I I purchase allotments over MORE pay checks.
/'lr "' I i times, but the light of God's I

< ". .1.1". ." ", failing love is ever with us un'j I Be ready for the 7th. You can do your
.' guide and sustain us. We
1' FIAR6E t r l, "Wagon Tracks intelligence, courage, and strength i I II I full share if you think, ahead and tart NOW
sL with which to travel this road. I I '
West" I These are spiritual attributes and putting that dough aside for your country. I

.SUFPORT I are ours by reflection of the divine !
4 hB r I nature. We need to pray to watch, .
too, and to work with steadfast '
loyalty to divine Principle, God, I START SAVING NOW
:"GoodnightSweetheart": and an unfaltering faith In the { ,
victory of right. We need to love FOR THE MIGHTY 7th!
He who has the Bible In his
I c. r.l
1 4Q / heart can say with the Psalmist
/. withRUTH "Thy word 1s a lamp unto my
4: feet, and a light unto my path"
0 TERRYNEWS (Psalms 119:105): ) God'i love Is
nom I Infinite; His promises are universal OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
II -
...:.:.;.::- / and changeless. "Fear thou
e .' C _
-.::. / j I not," is His loving assurance "for
-- .
-"-: ::.; JURY TRIAL 1 am with thee: be not dismayed; I
for I am thy God: 1 will II I -.1 ?

Coming Attractions"IRISH then thee; yea, I will help.tre.nll'l OFFICERSC. r .
eUYE yea I will uphold thee H. McNULTY, PresidentN.
right hand of my RAT CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. t R. B. MESERVE, Vleo-Prel.
rM EYES ARE SMILING" (Isaiah 41:10). C'T'
ONDSI Let us, then, truly cherish God'iWord ,
I in our hearts. Let us loveit R. B. Mes.rve J. If. Roe; tr.'> J.: 0. Pearce Allen Markham
"LAURA" and live it. And let us pray E. M. Miser, C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carroll
-- "ARSENIC AND OLD LACE" daily that It may permeate the
l affections and enlighten the! heart : Phone 15
"SOMETHING FOR BOYS' of all mankind.- TA_ ChrMllu" -. .

V.S.r""." Dtftrlmtnl ................................................ Sne- Uonitor ,

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: bull marked staple fork under bit I Introduce a Bill In Iho 1943 lomlon Notice li hereby given that I

In Owner have by of the Florida' i-alilnture' ratifying shall Introduce bill at .the leislon ATTENTION FARMERSMake
a fresh start In life ear. can lame confirming mod, validating the iMiinncei a I

MAKING Q mutter of place or proof of ownership and coiti. Randall of Jjonoo) ) lalerent.hearing lime War1rnnli I of the 1945 Florida Legislature providing
by the City Council of the I Bean Beetle ExterminatorOn
time. Very the your own
frequently, A. Fulford. City of Okcwlinliee, Florida for the that the turn of $11,000 ofn.c
desire to begin over again arises l. irWe| of making emergency I
rppalr'l Track Revenue
Y or revenue
from the feeling that s to the water system nf said account of Gas and Tire Rationing we

to have missed Gasping If V-Mail will save W. J IIENDUT instituted therefor, allocatedto
we seem you use you Kfpreii'iitotlve I Formula the
are releasing our to public. Bean
I Okeechobee shall be dl..
life's deeper meaning, Includingour pace on a plane 10 that another -- -

own relationship to it. And fighting man will also get his mall. I NOTICE I tributed direct to the Board of Public Beetle Exterminator kills Bean Beetles, Cab-

the conviction that personal or V Inir Notice"i1iici> li a hereby Hill In given the\ 19H that icinlon I will Instruction of laid county by the bage Worms, all Flea Bugs on any and all

business affairs are becomingmore of the Flnrlilit oKltlfltnrr fixing the
and more discordant or tin- Let ui serve Instead of rule, rnmppnxntlon of the Ilimrd of County '' proper state officials; and providingthe Garden Vegetation instantly Also all insectson

satisfying gives support to this 'knock Instead of push at the door Florida Coininlmlnni'ri. profiling' of Ihe Olii-echnnne limit and Cnnty moth, Iud i manner In which laid fund. Tobacco Plants in Bed or Field, including

feeling. What, we may ask, Is to of human hearts, and allow each and of pnvmcnt and repealing" nil laws shall bl used by said Board of Pub- Worms Kills Chicken :Mites and Lice Ants
be done about the matter? Surelywe I I In COIIC1.t'ltb! mil.) HilI.! lic Instruction. ,

are entitled to go forward at I everyone the lame rights and prlv- W J. IlENnnY Iteprosc'ntnthe W. and Roaches. Also insects on Flowers and
b! all time, and to enjoy in ever- I lieges that we claim for ourselves ---- -- I
Shrubbery and is used for spraying Fruit Trees
increasing measure our divine I -Mary Baker Eddy. II NOTICE. or tPi'iirvriox Representative
FOR 'I' \\ nrnNotice > .-. ------ and Cotton. Is to make.
right to happiness, freedom, and I: V li hereby given that Earnest NOTICE .I I easy
plenty. Cox. holder of the following
the ilmnl Doe Driver
For the answer to this query By using V-Mall you will get all cprttflcnti. linn flirt) until cprrlflcnti All those winning I to I Ingredients can be bought in any drug store.
the of the fastest for a tux deed lo he lumioil thereon. tine with the Board of Public Instruction I
advantages mean.
need but turn to the words
we plane I The certlflcnlo nninlii and years: of, : for a job as School Bull I Costs less than 6 cents per pound. Can be usedin
and works of Christ Jesus. Again I of communication and save Imninnce the dpncrlptl of the property Driver In Okeeehohee County must

and again did this great Teacher pace 10 that others will\ be able to I ieeraed:, nod the tinmen fnllomiCertlflcntPi In which It win I II I, Imve said npplkntlon In the office of. I Wet or Dry Spray. Get this and help win the
are flff : the Superintendent on or before Mondm
endeavor to make plain to those peed mall to their men overseas.NOTICE I No. 200:!. 2000 200T, I I '. Mny 7 1941HO war by raising more food.
who wished to share In the bless- year of leaunnce 1041. I .MID OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

ing of his ministry, the fact that PencrlnUnn. of property: OKEECHOBEB COUNTY FLORIDABy Club in with your neighbors and get this 3
Lot. 8. T, anll I II, nik. :22, Klver- Carl T. Durrnnce
healing and salvation would be TO APPEAR side Pork Add Superintendent 'formulas for Full instructions
100. sent.
found in the degree that a spirit. TilE STATE OF FLORIDA : I.ote 1 to 12 In.... Blk. 23, HirerIde ---
ualized and demonstrable under TO: IIISKY WEAVER Park Add NOTICE OP IVTFVTION TO Money refunded if not Satisfactory.
% MRS. REBECCA WEAVER Name In which aigeised Ernest SFIL LAND
standing of God was dcquired. ) Cox and {"ok Down.I .
But to acquire this understanding HADAWAT. ALABAMATILER All of null property being In the NOTICE H HEREBY GIVEN that SOUTHERN STATES CHEMICAL CO.P. .
nnrminnt to !Section I
I County of Okeeehohee. Stole of Flor. 15: (Ii II. Chapter2096t
he insisted mortals must be written bereby to tile you. lawi of
pre. Inrein ida. Florid. Arts of 1041.
appeRrRn ,
ottl la I and Section 07 .
pared to relinquish material beliefs Okrrhohae .Florida June rnlenii stick certificate or eertlft Chapter 11717. Lane ,
4th. A of
I). 1H entee uhnll 1 M redeemed according to Florida Act of 1011 aa amended
and evil thinking, which can- to the "HI of Complaint In hv .
Section .
the Alllt for I law the property dencrlhed In ench 11, Chapter SOWS I a... of
not comprehend God Spirit. In divorce tiled w'nit' :yon Florida. Arts of and also
by Mary Franeei Weaver. Clr- certificate nr certlMcatee will he iold 1 1I 1041 pnreimnt .
words unparalleled in their scope malt Court ot Okeechohee In the County- I to the hlcheat bidder at the courthouse Laws of to Section Florida.42 Arts Chapter of 1041 20722 1 >M! StoflrS flrV!
door the flret Monday In aa
and emphasis, he declared (John Florida, In default wbereof a derm I on amended hv I
the month of Mar, 1045! : which If the Section 10 Chapter 220711 '
pro cnnfuaa
3:3): ), "Except a man be born you The Okeecbobee will be entered iiralnit 7th day of Mar 1045. laws of Florida Acta of 1043, and
News le dealg- Dated thin 23rd of March 1945. Section 44 Chapter 20722. I.awa of
gain he cannot the sated
kingdomof '
see as the
order pewapaper In which this (SEAL) nov R. BAl'I.EHSON Florida Apt of 1041, na amended bv NOTICE TOTELEPHONE
God"Spiritual willbepnbllebed once a week Clerk Circuit Court of Siytlon Lawi of
for four 2Acts ofpt19t1 7the
renewal then, is a consecutive weekswitness Okterhohee County, FloridaNOTICI Florida. following
my: hand and seal l of mid described landa In Okeecbobee County,
prerequisite to entrance into the roan tin 23rd day of April. A, D. Florida, towlttLots I
kingdom of God. In other 1949: !
words 1 to 4. Inc. 2111 .:s
ROY R. RAULERSON, Notice ll hereby given that I will < City of
in order to bring divine good into Clerk Circuit Court introduce n Bill In the 1045 leanlon Okeechohe.
our present experience, our think Okeechobee County, Florida of the Florida Legislature anthorIrlng Lot 7 A 8, Blk 48, City of Okeeenohee -
(Circuit Court Best) the Board of County Comml. .
needs to of
ing undergo a change Mar Sanderfar Rchulman, elonere of Okeechohe County FlorIda Lots 10 &: 11, Blk 48 City of Okeechohee .
base that it may accept the fact Attorney for Plaintiff to execute and deliver deeds of CUSTOMERSEFFECTIVE
of spiritual reality as constitutingthe conveyance. to former owners of Irate a A 9, Blk. 235 City of Okeiehohee -
real property now owned by laid .
truth in every situation and NOTICE Conntv of Okeeehohee by virtue of Lot T Blk. 235 City of Okeecho-
circumstance. This implies be- Notice It hereby given that I win the provisions of Chapter 20722 Lnwt beLots .
Introduce a Bill-In the 1945 Betaloi 10 A 11. Elk 235 City of
coming ever more conscious that of the Legislature of Florida. Act nf 1041. ai amended
Florida .
of Florida.Acti .
by Chapter 22079 Laws
the real man exists spiritually not for all retl)' estate, owned by the nf 1043. where such owner makes 13, Blk 235 City of Okeechobee
materially The Master made very Masonic Fraternal- Organisation shall I application chewing that inch proper .
dear the absolute necessity of be meat exempt and frnm all taxes and aiten- I tr was the homestead of laid applicant Lots 1 to 8 Inc., Blk 2. Fine Ridge AT THIS DATE AND
rotnorlilng the cancella !R/D
at the time title reverted to
gaining a newborn sense of exist tlon of any taxes and assessmentsnow the Count.. or that sold property Lots 0 to 18 Inc,, Blk. 2, Pint

ence when be added,"That which e",_ eetetandingagainst., said propers' II was aMesied. and taxes extended, Ridge R/D. i UNTIL FURTHER NOnCE, TELE-
..'" npnn the Tax RolU of laid Connty Irate 1to 24 Inc., Elk 2. Pine
is born of the flesh fa flesh; and .'*. .." W. J BKNDRT and faxes paid for all years inbuennent Ridge R/D PHONE BILLS WILL NOT BE AVAIL-
that which is born .f the Spirit I.atpirittt [ | ,.... BeprotntatlTt to anT year for which a Tax Lot 1, Blk 239, City of Oketcho-

4 (John 3.6): ). That Is to say OKEECHOBEE NOTIClT payment Certificate of wee tnxei lamed and for said the former non- Lots bee 2. n. T A 8, Blk. 230, City of ABLE TO CUSTOMERS BEFORE

material thinking fa mortal, and April lath, 1045 COUNTY, FLORIDA. owner him acted In gon.d faith and OkeeehobeeI .

its consequences are discoid! and pursuant NOTICE to' IS Section' HEREBY 9 of Chapter GIVEN 18206 That had no knowledge until after of any mid certificateontitandlng propertyhad Lots 6 5 Blk.A 6, 44 Blk.CIty 246,of City Okeechobee.of Okeechobee THE TENTH OF THE CURRENT

mortality. Per contra, spiritual reverted the .
Laws of to County! providingfor
of W17. known
Lots 14 A 15: Blk. 163 City of
reitionable rTiargee to he aieeisedhv
thinking is of Spirit, and the fruit- aa the MURPHY ACT and In pam Okeechobee. MONTH.
the County Commlasloner for the
age thereof is harmony and im Ida ance Acti of Chapter of 1941 20068 known Laws of Flor leinnnce of inch deed and when inch Lute IS 24 A 55: Blk. 163 City of
aa the EVER.
mortality. Spiritual understanding OLADS!: DRAINAGE application U" to he eonaldered. Okeechnhee
is the activity of divine Intelli- the followln,. de.erlbed DISTRICT land situated ACT. W. J. nBNDRY.Repreientatlve.. Lot bee.1.ct 19. Blk 163 City of Okeecho- .4
gence and wisdom bringing the Okeecliobee Drainage Dlitrlct In 20 Blk 163 City of Okeecho-
Conntv, Florida. win bs
loveliness and glory of real being the offered for in1* "* pUblic| eatery for NOTICE T>r TVTFNT10V TO APPLY bee Lots. 21 A 22 Elk 163 City of BEEN EXTENDED TO THE 20TH OF
4o light highest and best rush hid -mhject FOR flprriAi. LF.OIt1LATIOY Okewhohee
to the right!! of the Trustee t>f the Notice In heehy given that the Lot 21 Blk 163 City of OkeechoLot
Thus we see that making a fresh Internal Improvement Fund cull of the nnderilgned the Hoard of Commln- THE MONTH INSTEAD OF THE
start is not a matter of place: or Board of Commissioners of Everglndei loner of Everglades Prnlnape Pta Lot M, Blk, 163. City of Okeecbo-
of time. The kind of thinking that all M'IW. n'LrlrJto Jfifri an. and! trlct n nnnul public corporation ortrnnlTed -
'onrthonse beginning under the 1nw of Florida 1.tPr. of Okeecho.
Blk. 179 10TH AS IN
has brought about a sense of defeat at 1000 o'clock A M., on the ".!l.t day will\ applv to the 1041 wmlon of the
and in isety of May, 1041: As to an land i Lot"- of Okeecho.
despair one place title I Florida leerIAI'nre for ti ennetmen' Blk 178. City
4 likely if uncorrected to one half of an petroleum and 1 | of ii law the unhntance of which' 11.11I bee,
\ three fourths
of ether minerals will j tn amend Chanter HT1T T.awa 'ot Lot *, Blk 178 City of Okeecho-
bring about the same result in an- he reserved hv Trn teea of the In'ternnl I Flnrldn Acfn of 1011 a" amended b. This change is clue to our limited
Improvement Fund. Outside ofmnnlripnlttlre 1 bl: for sale at public outcry
other place. Nor is the human ele- Oiantor MW9 r.aw of Florida Actfi will
easements for road of 1041 the .,,'..t.np8 of which proTwiBed for the highest end best cash hid.
of time sufficient of itself to
ment right of wav 2ilO feet wide will he re- i the right of the Board of
I law shell he* (1) To re eatah,, Biihjeet to personnel.
improve our experience since served hv; snld Trnnteea from anyparent ,1 Hah the honndnrlca of the. Everglades I Commissioner of Everglades Drain
through .which there la an ex Dnard of County
mistakes ignorantly made one day I Drnlnaire Plutrlct' hv correcting eertain age District ulllor'
isting state rood ; and easement for I' Commissioners of Okeeehohee County 4*
and omlntlona' In the preannt -
all unwittingly be repeated drnlnmre and reclamation and for errors and all hldiat .
may road eTlntlnof honndnrleii: ITo! mnlre. I Florida to reject any .
purpoHea will b.. reserved bv the at 10 (10
the next As Mary Baker Eddy nvnt'nhle to the Everglades Drainage the Courthouse
I the Discoverer and Founder of I Hoard of rommlssloneri Plslrlct of EvergladeiPrnlnnge Plufrlct the time and control of drain-I o'clock A. M on the 21it drainage day ofDime Your co-operation will
I, 1045: Easement for
Christian Science, points out in I I reserved hv the Board of Commissioners I nf are Internal eaaementa Improvement retained T>T Fund TrnnteeaI In'' nii
"Science and Health with Key to of E\ergladta,", Drainage District I their deed : 1:1To) provide for the he reserved. and fitly percent be appreciatedINTERCOUNTY
201)) "We De.rrlpllnn: I I debt aervlre! lone elnadlfleatlon of en.called I (Wrt\ of nil oil gas and mineral
the Scriptures" ( : can-
p. Lit 0. Dlk. 48 City of Okeecbohpe I rlghti will oleo he reserved I
lands ((4>
j novereleiiltv :
not build safely on false founda- Ronrd I COMMISSIONER'or I
grant additional' power to the HO VHP OF
T ot 12. Dl1t.4'!, City of Okeecbo- DRAINAGE ,
tions. Truth makes a new creature bee of Cnmmtednnera of EverirlndeiPrnlnane r\rnc.iAi I

in whom old things pass Lots '11 A 14 Blk 49 City of I Plutrlct to eatahllah con-1', : DISTRICT

away and 'all things are becomenew. Okeeeholie atrnct. operate new and worku mnlntnln of the the Kvercrlndoi exIfltlnff -- nout'p OF ("OI':>TY COM. i TELEPHONE &
Lots 11 & 16, Blk. 48 City of or I ,
Obviously, any mere reshuffling Okeeehnlieplots nrnlnaee PUfrlct In the Interest M1'ISiONEiIS
of our thinking on the 1 to 20 Inc. 131k. 19 Southw and for the benefit of loll conservation BEE ('o\\TY.: .'('OHW.\.
w same old materialistic basis must Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 22. Southwest nil for drainage and rnclnmntlon of Clerk of the Circuit Court oOkeeehohee
always prove unavailing. I Addition Innda with Everglades Prnlnnge. Ola- : Connty Florida. .

Selfishness personal hostility, I.OIH 3 to 10 Inn., Blk 22, Southwist trim: 101(: ) Giving power to the Board ]I ns agent for snld Board
Addition. of Commlmlonera of Evergladeil By DORIS GARDNER, j
impatience, greed, "that which\ is I lots 11 and 12, Dlk. 22. Soulb.I I Prnlnnire PNtrlct to establish. reentnhllah ,'II Deputy Clerk !(\ rnrmcw., .IaJf.MNi.'i.K'.X'JJa.rcy_{) rCJl'nf. mL.
born of the flesh," can but lead I west Addition. I alter modify or. ahollnh'mnlntennnce '' ---- -.
I I.nta 11 14 & 15: Blk. 22. Southwest arena a" described InRertlnn --- -
to moral and physical inhar- Addition. I n. Chapter 1471T Acts of 10:11.1

mony. On the other hand, in the I.ots 1 to 8 Inc., Blk. 1, Pine RidgeS I iW.i"ilp'rWI". ; amending the provl"1
rebirth of our thinking to con. I S Inca of law Mating tn ",
1.. .I1i1 13, Blk. 1, Pine RidgeLots arena of anld district : InTo(I provide I i
form to the pattern of genuine 1,, S'DI for the lew. aMOBnmenta and collect-1 i THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
being, we are laying claim to our 14 to 21, Blk 1, Pine Ridge lona of imnnnl anaiaamentii and taxes, .
bestowed heritage of spiritual nod for a Joint tax enlo of dpllnquent'tnxee '
I l'Blk Inks RIP. AAlo and
I.e' : 2. Royal with the county tax
dominion. .-The Christian Set- Lot 2 Blk. 2. Roxjl:: oak SID.I for a combination county tax anlepprtlflcate
3 Blk 2 Royal Oaks 8/D. and otherwise
Lots i & 2: lIik. 178, City of Okee- the enforcement and Intrll'ralln\' \
Write often and write V Mail. Fxerglnilea. Drainage
Lot1'Vl'rBlk.: ITS, City of Okeecho- with county tax llena and (T) for \ t
I other mipplpmentnl and amendatory 1r\\
Ltli. Blk. 178 City of Okeecho- legislation relating to laid dlatrlet I -: '-

bee. Pitted March (". 1015.llnnrd .
L.t.4! 5 & a, Blk 239. City of of Commlmloneri of iFverglnden + J F ,
ELECTRICAL WORK OkP""hoh Prnlnn District I A 1, r 1 ay, 6ImaA4srLr.Aw4a
Last 0. 81k. *. City of Okeecbo.TlttsTEPO By MUIK TES:>ANT.

hoe. (Seal Chairman.
Kt'M OF "IUR Secretary


TIt1CT Notice ti hereby given that I will f
Agent for True- Introduce Bill In the 1945 Session i e yt .,
R. Raule.,1I valts
By Roy fixing the i ; ,1
of the Florida Legislature ill
or Interim! linprovenienl ,
the I C1.
of the
of the member
Fund and for Board of CuuuamisPiateigt compenmitlon J til '
I of Evergladea Dralnag< Board of Public Tnatrucilon of Okeechohee /. e .
slonere County, Florida" providing the "' :
HOUSE WIRING Okecchol County, Flor. all 4 rJ t
time ()f payment and repealing -
Ida. taws In conflict with the provlsloni : b- : ,. .- .--- '
--- of laid Bill. -
W. J HE\DRT. ip ,

Representative., d- .p;;

Notice li hereby given that T. T.
(Coleman holder of Tax Certificate No. 5 _
2145: lamed the Bth day of Auguit A. ( i ,,11
P .1020. has filed name In my office \ f r :
: has made application for a .
AND SWITCHMEN Tax Peed to be issued thereon Said r
Certificate embraces the following de-
In the County ofOkeechobee
crlhed property -
*i .* State of Florida. In.wit I
Lou 2 & S. Blk 220 Flrit Add.
to tat City of Okeechobee.
for classified in The aaieiament of mild pronertv
A good opportunity men under laid Certificate lamed was lathe "J udge. remember that place up in the mounSounds sort of reminiscent doesn't It,

name of Okeechobee Company tains where we went trout fishing last year?" Judge ?"
draft to in essential I'nlen laid Certificate ihall be re ,.
. 4-F or over age engage de.medpordln, to law, property de. "1 lure do, George. We had a great time "Exactly and it's not hard to figure out.
erlhed therein shall he lAld to the
Apply in person or by letter to highest Mdder at the Courthouia door up there, didn't we?" As soon as the distillers stopped making

employment. en the fleet Mondnv In the month of e' "I'll never forget it. But this will interest whiskey and devoted their entire facilities to
im which li the 7th day
Trainmaster's office Florida East Coast Rail- May May 19411. you, Judge 1 heard just yesterday that the the production of industrial alcohol for the

Dated this ROY Std It.day HAITI of April.BUDON.IMS. revenue men raided a big still right near Government. ? the racketeers muscled in

at Miami or New Smyrna Beach. Do not Clerk Circuit Court ofOkeeehnhee there. Guess that's where all that highagain.."

way (Circuit Court Boil) County, Florida priced moonshine we heard about has been "I hate to think of how that might have

apply by telephone. If apply,>by letter state coming from." spread. Judge, if the Government hadn't

"Wouldn't be a bit surprised. I saw in the found it possible without interfering with

age, present employment and physical con = s' paper the other day where the Government our war effort in any way, to permit a

has raided thousands ol such stills during short resumption ot legal whiskey production -

dition. Previous railroad experience un -0--1) the past year." recently,"

necessary. .. ,..-. ;
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What YOU Can Do!
I Get together ell the lervieeabla used summer and winterclotting
you can ipare This include Men'i, women'i,
u ehilJren',IUd infanta'weir,IUd ihoei.Overcoat,topcoat.,
r" !
(,.1; .)? acid, 4......., shirts, Alrtt, Jackets, piott, work clothes,
.'if floret, underwear, sleeping garments, robe, sweeten,
shawls,and all knit good Also blanket,beddothet.

2 TU yow eootntutlon to>> your Local COLLECTION
.. DEPOT"II'or arrange to have yonr LOCAL COMMIT
TEE eoOeot it baton April 30th.

J 3 Support roar Local Committee not only with your elothbi -
eoatributJoo bat alto with your time,effort,and end-fly.


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