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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Creation Date: May 11, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
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1 VICTORY IN EUROPE WON I, 1 1War







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Bond Rally \Will Be Held at the Mayor's' Proclamation German Officers Sign the Surrender


Bandstand in Park Saturday Afternoon The good news of the unconditional, surrender Papers After Army and Nation Are


r May 19 from Four to Six oclock! P. M. I i of !Nazi Truman Germany and was the announced other leaders Tuesday of by the President Big- Beaten In Worst Defeat 'In History

Three This news was received with joy and thanksgiving I .
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\t a meting of the Okeechobee by the people of America. With the
announcement
Chronology of ('''ullty War Bond Committee held I want to urge the people of Okeechobee to observe THE GAD-FLY morning by President Truman Tuesday and

Monday afternoon arrangement eminent Truman's proclamation for Sunday Prime Minister Churchill, the European
World War I II were made to hold a Bond Rally at ,
the band stand In the park on Saturday May 15th, and urge you to attend the church of your Hr Marjorie II. Wallace War part of the) Second World

afternoon May 10. The meet. choice that we may give thanks to Almighty God Nothing: is as d"ras\ a dead love. of officially Germany ended The surrender
will for Victory which 'could not have been Once we loved Germany-are you was effective at
1939 ing begin at four o'clock. Arrantferients won without 6.01 p. m. Eastern War Time
Sept Germany launches Invasion are being made to have the help of Divine Providence. I I old enough to remember? Fifty day Tues

of Poland. the Okeechobee High School band I also want to ask the people of Okeechobee years ago every popular book had Both
to President
I i n Its cast of characters Truman and Prime
a German
Sept 8 Britian and France announce furnish music. The committee has remember that we have only !j!! Minister Churchill said that
also arranged for a parade to be won a partial victory. ; professor, or iruslclan, or doctor, or Japan ,
fats with that Germany.a state of war ex- staged just prior to the meeting in We still have a formidable foe to conquer, one that's j j i 11 1 I..ald, an honest, beautiful soul I remained to be beaten. Both said

1940 the park at which Army jeeps, guns going to take our entire efforts. We must continue maybe slightly humorous, but sweet beaten emphatically that they would be

April Germany! Invade. Norway and trucks from the Fort Pierce to sacrifice, we must continue to buy bonds. The 7th and. gentle and lovable "The Mas.ter' power of and the pledged victorious the gigantic
Violin"
"Old nation
and Denmark. Bal will take part and prizes will War Loan is officially on, Okeechobee has a large BOYI"--Icorea Rose and Silver""Jo's would be turned against them
May Germans repel British attempt be awarded to those who purchase quota in bonds $34,000.00 to be of books read
exact. We
bonds cannot and enjoyed by young and old, and As soon as the president spoke
May 10-Germany to Invade Invade.Nazi-Norway. The Okeechobee County Bank Is afford to stop now that the war is half over. We presumably reflecting the trend of Tuesday morning all the business

countries: Churchill become the low making arrangements to have someone must finish the job so that all of our boys can come Ameiican thought at the time, depicted house In Okeechobee closed their .
prime minister. present to write up the bonds a German man or woman doors all day. There was no celebrating .

June Four-fifths of British troops I for each purchaser and the commit home.To those of our citizens who have lost loved ones, whose picture and sentiment.was drawn with affection .I... their the doora occasion, more than to

extricated from Dunkirk tee hopes to be able to say that the I offer my heartfelt sympathy. Let us work togetherfor .
June 10-Italy enters the war. county's quota has been reached by Fifty year ago every ivan whose Victory for the Allies In Europe
a lasting and for better America thisis
peace, a ; ambition and -the
June 18-Nazis Paris the time the rally Is over. purse allowed, went most anxiously awaited event
June 22-French occupy accept Germany's Allen Markham,, Okeechobee county what they died for. Let us all do our best to see to Germany to study at the University In. modern history-mean* the liberation .

peace terms, : chairman for the Seventh War that greed, hatred, and lust for power are forever of Berlin 61."h eidelberg. Every of a continent which has
1941 Loan Drive, also announced the banished from the earth and, the Golden Rule sub- singer or pianist dreamed of a German been under the domination of military .

April Germans Invade Yugoslaviaand quotas for the various organization stituted for them in- the hearts of men. I believe if education In the arts On the might ever since the German
take command of Greek. of the county and urge that each stage, (Innmuerable plays, frivilou blitz rolled into Poland In the fall
this is done that they shall not have died in vain
; or dramatic,, depleted of 1939.
Italian front. organization get behind the drive in life In Germany
"we cannot afford to do less." ,
order that their will be sold. and from operettas all Amer. with
May 1-British/ driven out of Greece quota Starting Hitler's, bloodless ,
May 10-Rudolph He. land la Following are the quotas as announced H. H. RAULERSON, I ica lana Stein Songs and Old Heidelberg conquests of trusting neighbors the t
.BritJan by parachute. by the committee Mayor City of Okeechobee. song and German lullabies threat which has hung ov.r. the

,'" June German paratroopers' take Mt.one at*!.E .U.u'.SUrs. ...$2,000Rotar j 1 .- I ... J "., l. (' Crete. Club .. . . .. . 8,000 Hulsey, Arthur 18, machinist- "f* meant; a'd.pendablej"hCHI.lt productat aD overwhelming superiority'of th* .v* tT'' 4 !
June 22-Germany Invades Russia. Lions Club . . . . 8,000 Home Guards 1918 Knight, Dick, 21, machinist a reasonable priee.lEvery college Allies In men, materials air power .
Dee Japanese make sneak attackon Cattlemen's Association . 8,000 King, James L., 41, farmer 'student1 took German, and perhaps sea power and the overwhelming d.- '
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Pearl Harbor the Philip. School 8,000 This official roster of the officers King, Roy J., 26, farmer French as a'modern language I lire of free peoples to rid the world
pines and Hong Kong This makes a total of $34,000 for and men of Okeechobee Home Knight, Lewis 23, farmer courae-Spanish was unheard of In I of the tyranny which ha* "blackedout
Dec. 8-U. S. Declares the county the halls of learning Gertian music : the light of Europe;.
war on Axis Guards, was copied from the records Lovvorn, Joseph E., 42, lawyer
countries last major Russian city In handsof of the first sergeant, showingthat Meserve, Ellis M., 22, merchant was top I. Germany lead the worldIn The Allied victory and the capitulation ** .
1942 Nazis. the guards were mustered out McNelll David R., 50, naval stores the fields of science, medicine, of Germany baa once more
April 18-Doolittle lead. American Apr. 22-U. S. troops land along 150- of service on Armistice Day Nov. Osteen Marlon F., 28, farmer music, research, education and en restored freedom to Europe. Victory

filers in bombing of Tokyo and mile front on Dutch New ember 11, 1919, just one year after Parker George F., 68, lawyer gineering. I It sweet after the period of despotism .
other Japanese cltl... Gutena. the signing of the armistice. This Prescott, Hiram W., 26, mechanic Fortunate it Wit for America thatit which has prevailed but as In
May Corregidor surrender May Russians recapture Sevastopol was advised by the War Departmentfor Prescott, Noah D., 27 chaffeur was this rising tide of German 1918 the world must appreciate that
May American forces defeat Jap and the Crimea. the reason that only an armistice Potter, James W. 17, farmer success and achievement that for victory Is one of arm alone so far
anete fleet in the Coral... June 4-Rome fall. not a peace treaty had been Raulerson, Corneliu V., student many years swept a vast wave of and must be followed by 'a peace
July 1-British Eighth army halt June 6-Allies\ begin Invasion of signed; hence It war thought advisable Reynolds, James M., 47 teamster German Immigration to our shores, that will ensure the world against
Rommel at El Alameln. France. to retain In the service, but Scharfschwert, L. F., 33, merchant to be Intermingled with the rushing anything like the rise of National
Aug. Commandos raid Dieppe.Oct. June IS-U. S. Invade Marianas. on inactive duty all the auxiliary Simmons, Carl S., 23, farmer flood of our own national fortunes; Socialism again
29-Battle of Solomons .t.rtt. June 16-German robot plane attack organization of the armed forces. Slzemore, T. A., 57, electrician to well the restless ocean of ambition Today the Allies have beaten Germany .

Nov 8-U, S. troops land In North England. This roster was republished in Smith, Charles L., 82, engineer and accomplishment ..weeplna.croll to her knee, something that
Africa June 17-French Invade Elba. The Okeechobee News fifteen year Stanley, John R., 18, laborer our land. These German left was beyond the comprehension of
1943 June 26-American troop enter ago, and I II reproduced for this V-E Underhill, Wilford P., 45, farmer their homeland for greater individ most of the world little ins than a
Feb. Germans lose the battle of': Cherbourg; Russian in Vitebsk. Day, 274 years after the Armistice Willis, Robert E., 36, surveyor ual freedom since even then Germany year ago The Invasion of Europe I
Stalingrad.May I June 29-Y.nk. bomb Bucharest. 1818. Wright, Ewell R., 41, tax collector was a regimented country started it In June, 1944, and the
12-Tunis and Bizerte fall *nd. July 3-Red* take Minsk. C e I I Montplaislr, Louie (removed) with the heel of mllit.rllnr..tlnr quick success In France and the

Ing German resistance In North July 9-Caen fall to British troop. H. F. Evernden, 1st Lt. (Inactive). VArmistice on I Its neck. drive to the heart of the retch it-
Africa. July 19-Leghorn, Ancona fall to Leroy E. Davis, 2nd Lt. What these German who became self blasted the theory of a "Eu I
July 10-Allies Invade Sicily. Americans. J. Edgar Loworn Jr., 1st Sgt. I Day Americans added to our national ropean fortress" that Hitler said
July 28-Mussolini out Badogllo becoming July 21-U. S. troops Invade Gu.m'l D. E. Austin Supply Sgt. life n:ay be Indicated by on. word was impregnable.
premier. July 30-Russians reach East Prussian T. B. Owens, Sgt. Elsenhower.. Battle-hardened veteran of Brit-
Sept. 3A'lles' land In southern It. territory, Wm. Collins Sgt. On November eleven One Thousand Fifty years ago people went to ain who stopped Rommel !In Egypt
.1,. Aug. 3-Rennes taken by Americans. Horace C. Adams, Sgt. Nine Hundred and Eighteen at Germany on vacation, or to live fora the husky young Yanks In their superb
Sept. 8-Italy surrenders uncondl. Aug. 5-American* enter Brest. Roy D. Styers, Sgt.A. eleven o'clock on the Eleventh day while and took walking trip equipment, Frenchmen lighting -
tlonally. Aug. Russians seize Polish Call Weston Davis Cpl. of the Eleventh month A. D. 1918, through her wonderful forests and to win back their homeland the
Nov Americans Invade Gilberts cia oil fields. Henry H. Hancock Cpl. just one year, seven months and Baedeker in hand, gawped at his bitter Pole who remembered how
Makin and Tarawa. Aug. 12-Florence freed by Allies. H. Mitzenfield, Cpl. four days after we entered World 1 I torlc monuments Germany was our I th.v triad to filth! th. W.hrmaeht u______
Nov. 22-Roosevelt, Churchill am d Aug. IS-Allied troops Invade southern William.. T.. r.oode.. Col.. War I, whistles blew school dl.. I second home, and we loved her. with nothing but rifles-all these
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Chiang Kal-shek met at Cairo. I. France. Frank G. Weaver, Cpl. milled, store, mill and factories Rather superficial pleasureseekingtourists are responsible for the downfall of I
Nov. 28-Roosevelt, Churchill an d Aug. 22-Romania sues for peace. Chas. J. Loworn, buglere I closed, and groups of happy, hilarious went to France or took the what wa supposed to be an Invincible
Stalin meet at Teheran. Aug. 25-Paris liberated. e e e people began to congregate and Grand Tour of Europe, and artist army.And .

1944 Sept. 1-Allies overrun World WarI Bennett Geo. T., minister celebrate flocked to Paris, but when the scholarly hammering away on the other
Jan 22-Fifth army troops establish! battle fronts. Berka, Albert, Sr., 33, baker Mayor Douglas E. Austin, who was ,' the thoughtful the solid people side of Germany were the Russian,'
Anzlo beachhead. Sept. 12-U. S. army crosses German Bird, J. Denham 44, bookkeeper also chairman of the county commission of this country went abroad who' took the best the German
Jan 81-American* Invade Marshal l border. Brown Hilton T., 85, clerk and of the selective service they went to Germany could strike them with- and then
Islands Dec. 16-Germans launch a great board and supply sergeant of the We adopted her kindergarten, came back to drive the hated Hun
Brown Homer, 18, farmerBunnell
Feb. 16-Pacific fleet attacks Truk counter-oltensi.e Okeechobee county home guard, her colorful Christmas customs, and out of Russia and beat him back until .
Messer A., 39, mechanicCross
with heavy Japanese lea and air 1945 received the official bulletin from our whole American concept of life there wa no retreat and there
lone March 7-Rhine crossed at Renv Joshua, 45, farmer which finish off Germany
wa syndicated all over the was shot through with' Germanic a* a military
Davis, Otis, 0., merchant
Feb. 29-Yank* Invade Admiralty agen. United State to key men In each Idea and Influence We loved Germany power. J ,
Islands overrunning Lot Negro March British-American force Ezell. Ulmer, 16, laborer locality, who had been tipped off I and by her contribution to The victory In Europe 1 I. won, but
Mar. 4-Firit All-American air raid drive over Rhine, Fletcher, Rufus P., 81, draggest In advance, to stand by for big news. our wisdom and happiness, she mad what year of suffering that continent -
smashes Berlin, April 25-U. S.-Sovlet troop link at Frink, George A., 55, farmer Mayor Austin Immediately contacted her Important place In our heart ha seen since the day that
Mar 15-Allie* level Caislno. Torgau. Gary, Weaver R.. banker County Superintendent of Nothing I II a. dead as a dead love Adolf Hitler first became chancellorof
Mar 80-Red army drive Into Romania. May 1-Nails announced Hitler' Haskell Chas. L., 88, farmer Public Instruction, and a messenger e SCI Germany In January, 19331 ,

death. Henderion, W. S. A., 23, clerk I, was dispatched to Principal W. R. Once w. loved J.p.n.-ar. you V
Apr. 10-Red* recapture Odessa, May 2-Berlin falls. Holmes, Fred D., 27, machinist (Continued on Page Five) (Continued on Page Four) Advertise In The News

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THE OKEECnOOEE NEWS FRIDAY. MAY 11, IUS

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MRS. FLORENCE E. YATES J! III: : :JCIIIC: ID(: : : :)51CRR'liZl"RRK1f7f1CR1QC- !: ,; Q (:IIIIIIIIIIIIIJXII& SJfJCJMLIC
Fax Haskins

Mrs. Florence Eugenia Votes, 72,
Rotary Speaker died at her home In Okeechobee .
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Friday She Is survived by a daughter
!Mrt. Callle Watford brother ,
Ladies' a ,
NightThe WE PRAY FOR GUIDANCEIN
R. E. Willis, and two liters, Mrs

Vannfe Boatwrlght, Ft. Drum, and
first annual Ladles Sight at Mn. Callle Gayson, Klssimmee, nine UNITYTHROUGHOUT 1e I
the Okeechobee Rotary club was a grandchildren and seven great e "

great success from every standpoint grandchildren. THE WORLD
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Every chair at the three long Funeral services were held at the

table and the speakers' table was graveside in Pleasant Hill cemetery I
FOR PEACE
filled, and a delightful fried chicken Sunday at 3 p. m., with Rev II. B. I I ,
dinner was enjoyed while the hum Jamleson of the First Baptist 1 e I
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of conversation was accompanied one church of Kisslmmee officiating
the piano by Prof. M. 0. Kent, who Reidel Funeral Home In charge of ,

played a medley of popular melodies. arrangement.-Klsslrumee Gazette. I

At always at Rotary meeting., V .
the lint verse of America was sung .
before the gathering was seated, Clinic Question i'I

and the Rev. W. R. Howell pronoun. I.
pt
ced the Invocation 'I rl&
President II. H, Raulerson Intro By MarJorU .. WfJlare "Let us labor to achieve a peace which is worthy of

duced the guests of the club, and as In case you are interested, here '
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the roll ,f Rotarians was called, It a greatly condensed but factual their great sacrifice"-President Truman) ,t;

each in turn stood and Introduced report of the county commission 8 dII'

hit wife or other guest For the meeting on Monday, a* far as the t1I > "
fourteenth straight meeting, the attendance clinic question It concerned. Probably 'i..
was 100 percent. you are not In the least In. :\

Group singing of victory tongt terested. Just seven citizens teemed 1
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after dinner and during the evening to think the clinic Important enough

Was led by T. W. Conely, Jr., with I to lend their presence to an attemptto !

Mom Wallace at the piano. insure Its continued operation. I !"
President Rkulenon Introducedthe It Is not surprising, therefore,

speaker, Fairfax T hacking of that no settlement of the question (
The Wisteria
Sebrlng, past district governor of waa reached. I think I can predict

Rotary, who kept hit audience Inconstant a with reasonable accuracy that the R
state of the giggle with clinic will\ shortly cease to be eithera

his informal, humorous, and highly cause for dispute or an agency of ..
enjoyable talk on the general subject health In Okeechobee county.
of "Women". Like all he The upshot of a great deal of discussion
men, and reading of files was 1IC1I:>tItiltlt! =m,,,,,,,,,,,, ."'IIICIIII1fJf'fCMll1f.li1lfJ: Jf11t" IIiIfI\tlt'11J.1:1'J: \ : !: !: RlmfIf'IfIIfI"' !!JJllo= 1MlillIIIIflfnf(
knew very little about hit subjectbut \ a .
- the ladies found his male ignorance motion by Commissioner Mobley --

very amusing and the men that, since the situation appearedto

might well take to heart some of be deadlocked, the commissioners

his advice, which, although funny, take over the direct control of the

nad a solid core of common tense.A clinic.
a raconteur, Mr. Haskins it There was no second. A:
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gifted and discreet, and his illustrating The commissioners' attitude, with 14Yee
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stories were excellent and the exception of _Mr. Mobley, was Ps
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were greeted by gales of laughter. that, the clinic has, always been ender 44 r 1V t { n" y' c' '* 1 1s
The Rotarians and their guests en. i the control of the Welfare

joyed the talk greatly and tang j I I"What'a Board, that heretofore, this arrange-
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the matter with Fairfax ment has been satisfactory to all "t, r.e ( i u' t9uS Cr4gW'

he's all right" with complete sin concerned, that any available fund ; $yv 9t' rdh'2""rWew4M1 e :+ JdI IF'l
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cerity, to thank him for a delightful for the support of the clinic have

half-hour. already been budgeted to the, Welfare

Iv. D. Boehmer sang "On the Roadto Board, that going over the ,l i k',
Mandalay", yielded, to an Insistent heads of the Welfare Board would 1
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demand for an encore with an create trouble and hurt feeling, 4 '1I 1
effective arrangement of the spirit. and that the present set-tip was o. 1 1V. / I
ual "Little David, Play on Your with them. '
Harp", tried to tit down, but was I hope It I I. o. k. with you e td {
forced to ting again, the old favor. The Welfare BoarA'a attltude,w"
ite "Shortnln1 Bread". Except that that since this action, or lack of
it was obvious that this was all\ the : action, on the port of the commls-
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music Mr. Boehmer had brought j sloner left the clinic still under
with him, he might have been still 'I their control, they had a right to be a 4 4lr" I
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singing at midnight, if his listeners I[ represented In the clinic personnel 0 ,_ g ,
had their way. The piano accompant- ': They suggested a compromise mi K v, q .a 1 i t r'
meets were played with skill and lire that they appoint a leak WIi"qOPEl j jI
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sympathy by Mrs. Rae Boettger. I worker to keep the records and a> -
To end the evening, the Rotarians I| counts, and that the other two

sang, "Good Night, Ladle*", and the i j i members of the clinic personnel n- I IN 1
entire assembly faced the flag and j, main ".* U". They stated that they '' r' GERMANY 1 t.t .

sang, "God Bleu America", with ,i i have been, and still are, willing to I ,
especial fervor, tine It was not i i meet Miss Ferry half-way with this ,. ,;: :: ':; .< "

only Ladles Night but the night of compromise suggestion which would
V-E Day. I give them their own contact In the !

At the speakers' table were President clinic leaving the operating person
and Mrs. H. II. Raulerson, nel, as far as treatment It con- : fii\ E
Mr. and !Mrt. Fairfax Hasklns, and cerned, unchanged<
Mr. and Mr. Z. \\illinmi.. Rotar | Miss Ferry's attitude Is expressed
lane and their guests present were | by that famous White House phrase
Mr. and !Mrs. Leo Greenberger, Dr. I -"No comment". The authority for

and Mrs. Maupal Mr. and Mrt. C. any change In the clinic personnel .: s
a-
H. Parkerson, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. rests, not with Miss Ferry, but with
Boettger, Mr. and !Mrs, Roy Rauler. i' the Jacksonville office, and must be

son, Mr. and Mrs R. B. Meserve, l I requested from that office by the "y, _*' / x pitJr
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Northwood, Mr, I| Welfare Board
and Mrt Carl Durrance, Mr. and I My own attitude I la, since I employ
!Mrs. W. R. Howell, Mr. and Mrt. no colored help and have no need n
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R. A. Burgess, Mr, and Mrt. M. C. for the clinic's professional services
Pitts, Mr. and Mrs Nathan Zelmen- and since I have done my
ovitz, Morris Steinberg, Mr. and : best to lave the clinic for Okeecho- ONE DOWN.
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Mrs Fred Wilson, Mr and Mrs. G. I bee, one of complete indifference. 1

0. Wallace, Dr. T. T. Coleman, Mrs. I' If It suits you, the sovereign people
W. J. Hendry, Clifford Boyles, Mr. oi Okeechobee county, it tickles me

and Mn. W. D. Coker, Prof. M. 0. pink. ONE TO GO ;
Kent, W. D. Boehmer, Judge T. W. | Another attitude which you ml&htI

Conely, Jr, Mr*. Ruth Dopp, Mr. think of la one of hard-earned
and Mrs. Ellis Meserve, Mr. and I relief on the part of certain people
Mrs. K. E. Stello, S. R. Raifsnider, who will be extremely glad to have

Louie Scharftchwerdt Prof. C. M. I,I the clinic-and Itt records safelyout So-let's not let up until FULL VictoryWho JJi
William., Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davit, of the county.
W. I. Lawson, H. L. Turtenbach andJ. Your own attitude evidently It,
0. Wolff. "Let George do It."

Out of town guests were Mr. and V can blame Americans for going half Let's buy extra War Bonds-they will tie>

Mrs Fairfax T. Basking and their mad with joy as Hitler's cruel war machine needed now, more than ever.
HISTORY OF FLORIDA AND
daughter Mist Juanita Haskint, and SEABOARD GO TOGETHER is smashed into the dust! For all who have Let's use transportation wisely. Florida
Mr. and Mr*. Elmer Nichols, of Se-
fought and worked and suffered grievous .
Motor Lines would like to offer unlimited
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bring Mr. and Mr. 0. R. Bleech
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Tom Gartland and Frank Shaugh- ,I On the Florida peninsula, many loss, this hour of triumph is deserved. pleasure travel right away today but .

nessy, of the Pahokee Rotary club. I|I small sections were put together to But our men are still fighting and dying carrying war manpower is still ,,its most .

V form the great rail network with out there in the Pacific. If we let down now, urgent task. You may be sure that Florida

BROWNOUT HAS BEEN which the Seaboard laces this state we'll be letting them down! Motor Lines will bring you fine new equipment
DISCONTINUED Oldest these lines
BY ORDEROF of parent was
THE GOVERNMENTThe completed In 1836 between Tallahassee new comfort features, new will
Let's stick to our war jobs until Uncle Sam tours war
just as soon as requirements
and St. Marks. Youngest and '
says, Well done-you can relax.1" .
United States Government Is- longest stretch It the Coleir.an-West permit.
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sued an order on Wednesday abolishing Palm Beach trackage built In 1924 But now-let's nish the jobl.ORIDAMOTORJINES .
the Brown Out on electricity I and 1925. Longest among the oldsters

which has been in force for the past are: .
few months. They also released the 1. The Fenrandlna to Baldwin 't .
ban on horse and dog racing and line was started in 1856 and completed TbeWor ,
abandoned the twelve o'clock curfew.' In 1861. :

With the lifting of these restrictions 2. The line from Quincy to Lake r'a :

we will feel the first relief I City was finished In 181.
from some of the war time restrictions. 3. The line from Yulee to Savan

nah began operations In 1894. I-

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on the great victory over the Axis in Europe which ended with
the German Surrender on Monday of this week. .

In writing the final chapter of that side of the war, the
American Army with many Okeechobee County boys ip the
thick of the fight, has again demonstrated its superior fighting
.. i S qualities and equipment over the forces that set out to conquer
\ the world.

/ '" But with the defeat of Italy and Germany the war is
only half over, as the Japs'are yet to be decisively defeated, and
that will no doubt take a long time and much hard fighting.

Slap the Japs-buy more Bonds during the Seventh War
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OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1.4S ,

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REV. WOODROW FLYNN OFi the approving opinion of Messrs.Caldwcll. : :":+. : : : :": :+:":":":":":":+: : : : :": .X".X-<":->>: :": :":": :":+: :->< )

heccljtilicc \'rtti i I SCIIOFIELD, VA. TO PREACH Marshall, Trimble and : ,:

AT BVPTIST CHURCH HERE :I :Mitchell of New York. Proposals :(,
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must be enclosed In a sealed envelope :
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Published Friday by tilt I I '.
Every .
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l Okeechobe Newt Co., at Oieeeho- The Rov. Woodrow Flynn of Scho- I marked on the outside "PRO i t.

r' bee, Okeechobe County, FlorIda ful.1" Virginia, will fill the pulpit I POSAL FOR BONDS." Bidders must ::::,
at the Baptist church here Sunday I accompany their bids with certified ::1:, f
BOWDEN .. . Editor y
BRYANT
morning and evening. II* comes to or Cashier's check drawn on an Incorporated }:, \ :':

nkn'chobee highly recommended by Bank or Trust Company 'J.
Fntared .. ond rises matter Jnly'
1. 1014 at 11,.dN Pnnt Office In Okeert"- PrV.. W. Willlan, State Sunday payable to the Board of County :1 f.. i

.bee, Tla.. nndrr Act of Mar. S.. 1W.' II I School Secretary.The Commissioners lot 2% of the par j !t j..

|I public and especially the value of said bonds, said check to | '*i. .' .''.
ImRClrRTPTTON' RATE I I in event of I y ynonperformance ... .
Invitedto be retained damages
members of the church are as '
One Y"a- 'In .rf".ne" . . .n.nn of proposal acctpted. 'I'j:j. n
hear him at both morning and any
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!Sir 4nel. |I
The bonds will\ be delivered !1!
Three Mnptfc" I In advenc. . evening services. i, | .
V with Interest coupons due December j *,j: i

... .1 entmn. 111 BURD1CK &: CIRSON 1, 1945, and subsequent :
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...... It 10M ".... rnr Alnla. .. .. i GAVE BARBECUE and bidders must agree attaclled'I .: i
...,..., ,.t.et.h.A na .nn"1. M. THE
iNnd ?......n.'.. ..".. .... wnAn.1 I FRIDAY EVENING !I delivery and make payment :!: "BRAZEN THROAT OF WAR," l
.ntore
Iw.n.l/nn all ( n/n.rnr r.v.Ml"g..rustaM I I'I| bunds at the First National Bank :1" ,
flan.eahte rnndnnlnA.t anr.rll./ng rate"' II Burdick *: Carson, new operators Illinois I t j TO QUOTE JOHN MILTON IS ALMOST :
rhar -I ,, of Chicago, Chicago, on or y ,
....llM. MA < I.... of the Okeechobe Cattle Auction prior to May 29, 1945. The right It j:
'.1 a*..,."o a'c.h'"?mn tll..e...< "...... n""Ti..w" .n. Tens, were hosts to about 150 citizens reserved to reject any and all bids. 1 1C '. SLIENCED IN EUROPE. I II
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"nhll.II." ni't."1 to '" advance of Okeechobe at a barbecueheld DRAWDY
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---I I at their pens last Friday night. Board of i 1
Chairman County :1
THF. (:AD-FIX i Plenty of barbecued beef and pork, Commissioners, Okeechobe ,I I Ir.

/f' "'...lw1 f* TH.. O"*) I swamp cabbage coffee and bread 1 I
County, Florida. N THIS HOUR OF EXALTATION,

old enoueh to remember? We sighed were served.After ROY R. RAULERSON, .
the barbecue short talks :. LET US PAUSE TO THINK OF THE
over the woes of MAdam Butterfly Clerk, Board of County
were made by County Agent Gunn,

,the we lovely read tufosdlo.JAran..e TTesrn's people storiesof whom of Osceo'a' County, and Mr. Sheely Commissioners County, Florida.NOTICK .Okeechobee ,f.F PACIFIC THEATRE OF WAR.

to of the University of Florida at ,
he had adopted. and we yearned I ,
Gainesville. A number of out of
rlslt that far and beautiful OF APPLICATION FOR : t
and.\\ town visitors were here Including TAX DEED ,
had Japanese Teas, and
We
N"I\.e 1s hereby given that George SACRIFICE
Al Cody, editor and publisher of the
ourselves In kay kimonos for V. Dnnneffcl. Jr., the holder of the STILL CONTINUES i
Florida Cattleman following certificates has flied said ,
occasIon, with flowers and tiny fan r.rtlfleclti> for a tax deed to be Issued ,
In hlfth-plled nalr. Vft decorated I V thereon, Certificate numbers and years BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS .
our of iMtiflnce, the description of the
every out-door fete with Japanese I property, and the names In which It
fondled EDITOR CLEMBy \\A. amusied are as follows: f
lanterns. Little girls: I Certificate No. 12 A: 24. Year of
their Japanese dolls with such Ralph Kemp iMunnce July T. 1941
I A 32. of
Certificate No. 20 year
funny little slant-eyed faces and lenience] July 1. 1942. .
black hair. We hung our I IipKcrlptlon of property:
bowl-cut Lot 20. Section 3. Township 34,
walls with Japanese prints and served Han KB 33. containing 20 Acres.
i Lots 2. 8. 6, 7, Blk. 10 Townslte
our meals from fragile, exotic of D......
Name In which assessed George V. .
Japanese war*. Pannefftl JI. : George J. Danncffel!IO. r.
Every American university had Its J. Pnnnoffel. :r.
being In the
All of nlil property .
contingent of polite, studious Japanese County of Okeechobee State of Flor-

and we entertained them and I I ida.Unless such certificate or certificates
made much of them-they were acquaint hull be redeemed according to 'I
I low, the property described In such .
and so cbarmlnr.FuJiyama'a mrtlflestP or .,.certificates will\ be sold '
slopes shone orcalednar. to the highest bidder at the court .
pure ; house door on the first Monday In the :
.. Japanese cherry blossoms month of Jun IMS, which Is the 4th .
I, day of June. IMS. .s:
blew fragrant petals on our Cap Dated this 24th day of April. 11>>:1. r S
itol's lawns. We excluded her ROY R. RAULERSON. r.
Clerk of Circuit Court of
pIe as citizens, but we devoured peo-I Okeechobee County, Florid. :
and (Seal) ,'.
art and her commerce
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beauty. The Japanese were a delightful I ',.
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people-at a dlltance-lIttle ,

and yellow and cute and artistic.. Gilbert TheatreSUNDAY Ulmer Ezell

We loved Japan. I i I IH"xx.

Nothing Is as dead as a dead love. It

And the awful, the Inescapable,, I. & MONDAY t
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pity of It, Is that Germany, and to 1

a lesser degree Japan also, with the i ALEXIS SMITH and <":":-:-:":-:-:-:+:...-..:--:-:- : : ......:-:-:":+:-:+:..,.:--:+:+:----X+:-:-:-:+:+)o. ,.'"". '.fr''.'.'.'..

ruthless determination to rule the ---
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coiled i
j world even then lay like a 1
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snake under their charm, were In -

a fair WilY to conquer that world In "The Adventures ... f'r? -. ,.)..... j. _
that count In the -
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march of tine-In economic and "This next stickful o' type Is ,oln' f"r
they te say just one thing-We got 35 mil of Mark Twain".MHOS ,_ .
iricntlflo! and artistic ways lions of Japs to beat." :- :- --
had the world by the tail on ei I
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,)wn-Viill pull Resourceful, ener- I 1 NOTICE
OF BOND SALE AMERICA"I I
of cheap M (
abundance
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'I. $11,000.00 OKEECHOBEE COUNTY,
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world NEWS V V
1 1lnr, then- flooded the FLORID. GENERAL, REFUNDING: LATE I
,. hnndiso which sold on slcht.T .
r r. BONDS, Dated June 1, 1911 ----- -- ----
..innnv was the acknowledged I! Scaled bids for the purchase of FRirHY & SATURDAY i
of civilisation German tia- I ----- - -- --
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tinmila were every where In the I Refunding Bonds will be received

w "rld welcomed with open arms, I' anti considered by the Board of "Kansas CityKitty" I

tind,, except, In America the Japan- :i County Commissioners of Okeecho-

i ,. wire quietly settling their surpn bee County Florida, at the courthouse !

population In far lands. 'I In Okeeihobee, Florida, on

That Germany, that Japan of a May 19th 19 IS, at 10:00 o'clock A. with JOAN DAVIS

h.-lf. .century ago are nostalgic memo I M. (E.W.T.). The said bonds will I

or;..., knifed In the back by their | consist of $11,00000 par value of

own aclers. | Okeechobee County, Florida, General "Pride of the
Nevi again can each country re- '
Refunding Bonds, Issue of 19H.I ,

ruin the proud and respected plane ; dated June 1, 1944. The Refunding Plains"SMILEY

thv held In those days. The stainof I Bonds bear Interest represented by

blood Is on their forhcads, tile coupons payable aemi-annually June BURNETT

brand of the Brut on their backs,, 1 and December tat interest rates,

and although In the passing years and with maturities as follows: i Also: STOOGE COMEDY 1rJ

these marks of depredation may I Amount Intercut Maturity I :NEWS

fade to some extent, history will remember Rate (June 1) "

when and how they were $ 6,000 3% 1952 -- -Attractions"LAURA" .7 li ycyw,
Coming '
branded. 14,000 3V4% 1954 let

Gern-any has fallen. Japan will\ 15,000 34% 1955

fall And neither one will ever rise 6,000 3H% 1956 k&rIn
TWO BLADES
again to the stature of greatness The principal and Interest will be "ARSENIC AND OLD LACE""SOMETIIING

for their people have been ruined payable at the First National Bankof FOR THE BOYS"
with a desolation and recent yean, farmers of the South have others who have toiled through the years
completenessfar Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, and
"THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU"Rom
I fulfilled their ambition make for the improved methods much
beyond the ruin of their cities the bonds art to be accompanied by literally to two now so
Their people have become ---- I bla des grow where one grew before.Through in evidence.
a new
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species of biologic beings, sub the use of improved varieties, crop rota. The Seaboard Railway, through its Ajri

human, sunk to levels of cruelty and tion, soil improvement more judicious use cultural Development Service, has rrudo
savagery untouched by even the zL\\ where I sit.. /! Joe Marsh. of fertilizers and better cultural methods, effective contribution to the South's ..':ri>

beasts of the field. Such a people crop yields have been greatly increased. culture. Along the Seaboard's lines nw

cannot comprehend greatness much This is real progress. But southern agricrops have been introduced, farmers h.ve:

less attain It. The Hoskins I culture has not stopped there. Diversifi- been aided in solving production pr b-

We loved the old Germany. We ; \ I r nation: is the order of the day, so that the lems and assisted in finding profita !I.

loved Japan, once. ;, r are a One-Family' UFO South is no longer tied down to the one markets. Hand-in-hand with other cstructive ..-*>

Nothing Is as dead as a dead love. crop /stem. forces in our territory, Seaboard

V Saturday night Is open house for And do they appreciate It! A I are credit! for the South's progress in will continue to work for greater pros

Staff Sergeant and Mrs. WallaceJ. service men at Dad and Ma Hos touch of home life hospilciity: ari-trntfnre; f.1.".i to the State Colleges, perity among our friends and patrons on

Arey of Loreda, Texas, announce kins'.They spread out sliced turkey good food a pleasant glass of .?. '-vent stations, county the farms of the South.

the arrival of a baby girl at their''I and chicken hotbreads and beer or clder-and afterwards, s nservation Service and

home on Saturday night April 23 cake sweet cider and ice-cdld maybe a sing around the piano ?

She haa been named Louise Eliza : beer-and let any service man or a chat before thee..

beth. Mrs. Arey Is the daughter of< I who wants to, come and help From where I st.! n Y-t :more 1JR.1)

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander of Okeechobee ; hlrnseL'. families could t.-e a tI: i.am ,tI /

Some townsfolk thought the the Hosting', an.i,:.,0 oar servo ," )' t/ I rW2A1LWAY ,

I fellows might get obstreperous ice men a e lance tJ: spend off .
FOR SALE-Three gallon guernsey or take advantage of the Hos hours In homelike snri'curl: Ale

milk cow. Will soon be fresh. I llns' hospitality But the men Ings, in an atirf ; ve c' isJ- *i'ijjjifli w7Bur Mer.

Mrs. J. L. Barber.ATTENTION are quick to recognize that e'"L inil fjooi t..::,< .. :lt>. W,2 JUNE a t Ins ',''
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I litre's a real American home, I ,
HORSE OWNERSWe where friendliness and moderation I'" /I., ; .,
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have I'.. .. <.../.,..* I ,;,I.i.I( { ..iir< !2t '
a supply of antitoxin for I are Just naturally observed. oJ I II --.- .' ,.
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Immunizing against staggers and j I (../ 1 1I I to i -'" 'he Seaboard congratulates Florida' 1.\ :-' "
Statehood and .
will be here through May and Jun.. upon 100 yean of Progrtu.TilE

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NOTICE pay the amount due for tisci on laid NOTICE I NOTICE TO APPEAR ARMISTICE DAY which, although It could not speaka

Notice li hereby given that 1 will lands<< for said year, together with the j THE STATE OF FLORIDA: (Continued from Pan One) word of German even "Mo and
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icislon Notice li hereby given that I. 1O! HENRY WEAVER
Introduce a Bill In the 1943 coil of sale specified In the lawlgoternlnr Gott", it would have fooled most
of the Florida legislature ratifying I said District will be sold shall Introduce a bill at the teuton % MRS. REBECCA WEAVERITADAIVAY Terrell, to suspend classes, but not
(MOrilEU)
the liiunnce
confirming and validating I of Kaiser' Bill's millions of enemies
of $30,000 Intercut.hearing Time Warrants I at public. auction beginning at twelve of the 1945 Florida Legislature pro ALABAMA 1 dismiss ichool, and form the students ,

br the City Council of the o'clock noon on the 1st day of June, You are hereby required to file yonr' Into the nucelui of a monster and would have mad both his
Florida for the vldlnj that the turn of (11,000 of written appearance In oiy office In
City of Okeechobee,
KH1 ot the front door' of the Curt friends atop to take a second look
nkpechohee<< Florida A.
repair on June Armistice Parade march
4th,
to townto
of making emergency up
purpose House In the
City of Flor. other
Okeechohee Track Revenue rev.
or
Race D. 1045,
to the Dill
ivatem of avid city, In before saluting It A salvaged
to the water Idn. and po
continuing until laid sale iscompleted. edCagainnst
W. J. HENDRY substituted therefor allocatedto the ault for divorce fl Flaglvr Park In front of R.u.lel'lon' *
Representative I I enue by Mary France Weaver In the Circuit (licemen's uniform, a metal helmet,
A complete list of such delinquentlauds Okeechobee County shall be dli Court of Okeechobee Connty 'I store, where the post of.
I Is available for public Inspection Florida In default whereof flee a Sam Browne belt and tinfoil
decreepro
NOTICE during the business hours it the direct Board of Pub. I was located.
tributed to the cnnfcmo I
will be
entered tiralnit
Notice !. hereby given that I will office of the Tax Collector for tbe The Okeechnhee There were no radios to blare the sword<
Introduce a Bill In the 1041 session County of Okeechobee In the CourtHouse lie Instruction of laid county by the >nntoil on.<< a.* the newspaper inswhichethis I with "valor ribbons and hero medals" .
of the Florida Legislature fixing the at Okeechobee, Florida and Inqulrlei good newt Into every hamlet and
eompcnantlon of the Hoard' of County si to tbe lands Included In proper state officials; and providing nrdcr will he published once a week composed chiefly el tobacco
Okeechobee Cunty, sold, mull by for four consecutive weeks.Witness I home, but when the Western Unionmu.nge
CnmnilBaloneri of delinquent list by or the manner In which laid funds
hand and seal of saidcourt
and method I my tags and other burlesque material,
time In boar
he telephone during
Florida providing<< ( or person and confirmedby
came, was
2.lrd: of
this day April A. D
of payment and repealing all laws fleas hnura will be fully answered by shall be uied ,by IBid Board of Pub-. 1045. all this, with the inverted handlebar .
In conflict with said Rill the office of said Tax Collector I lie Instruction ROY R. IUCLERSON. official Inquiry (because tome
T1ENDRT mustache made a good likeness
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Clerk Circuit Court.Okeechahe .
Representative BESSIE ALDERMAN journalistic early bird had befouledhis
Tax Collector of Okeechobee W. J. HENDRY, CUll II I), Jo'iorid.CInlt and put a good deal of expressioninto
( Court Seal) own nest, by tending out allover
Florida .
NOTICE or APPIICATION County I I RepresentativeNOTICE Mary Sandcrfur Rchulman the false the good-natured crowd' work
country a prematureand
FOR TAX- nF-Vn -.- Attorney for Plaintiff of burning this realistic effigy of
given" that Earneit
Notice U hereby unauthorized announcement of
Cox the holder of the following I the disgraced and renegade Kaiser
certificate, hu filed said certificates the peace armistice several days be
for a tax deed to ho Issued thereon NOTICE Bill
fore it was signed) but Bob McLaughlin -
The certificate numbers and wean of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described lands<< will OKEECIIOBEE: COtNTV, F1.0RlDA. ; Thus did one modest American
Isaninoe. the description of the property be laid it public auction on the First day of June A D. 1943, at the court i, April 19th 1041. had just recently perfected *
and the tiamea In which It wataa'esned house the County of Okeechobee State of Florida to ray the amount due NOTICE IS HEUEBY GIVES that creditable community give expression to its
ore a* followaCertinctei : for taxei herein let opposite to the same, together with ill cost of such sals | to Section 9 of Chapter 18208 a very telephone
No. 2091: 2008! 8007.year Pursuant feelings, concerning the just deserts
Florida Acts of 1917 knownas ,
and advertising. Slid site to begin it 12 o'clock Noon I exchange, and with Uncle Tom Slia-
of linnanc 1041.Peiorlptlon BESSIE ALDERMAN. Tex Collector I! the MfltrilY ACT, and In pursuance of this blood-thirsty tyrant that had
of property, : Okeechobee County, Florida of Chapter 20058 Laws of Florida more and his good wife, Lily, (bet
Lot 6, 1, B and 9, Blk. 22 Hirer- I Acts of 1941 known as the EVERGLADES plunged the whole clvilixed world
aide' Park' Add DRAINAOR DISTRICT ACT ter known to most people ai "Aunt
Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Blk. 23 River. Description of A..t. ef Tu I the following described land .ltualedIn Bird") Into a long bitter and cruel war to
side' Park Add.Name Lend 8. C. R. A. II CAalTot Everglades Drainage District In everybody' phone was rung rule the world.

In which iiaetied, Erneet 22 .....,........... 25 85 32 20 Unknown 1.80I Okeechnhee County, Florida will be and a regular party line announcement
Cox and UIII
All of avid property being In the of NE% .........."... 8fI 88 8.1 It I.. T.nll.D .__..._.__.._.. 1.40 the highest and best cash bid, subjectto was made with Instructions
County of Okeechobee, State of Flor. Lot 20 ._._...._. 10 84 ::13 20 II. M. Woodcock _'_'_ 1.80 the right of the Trustees of the I to gather In the park, and join tn MISS YVONNE MARIE EZELL
fie. Lot 14 ..._......... 1ft 84 83 20 Molly Rank -.-...............- 1'80 Internal Improvement Fund and of the
Hnles each certificate or certificate to I.ot 29 __......._.. 23 3. 33 20 Unknown ..............._..... Board of Commissioners of Everglades the school parade en route, with AND JOHN R, SHEFFIELD

< shall he redeemed described according In uncertificate Lot 1B ........_..... 81 M 3.1 20 W. Wilson ...................._ I.M Drainage District to reject any and bells, horns, or other noisemaking WERE MARRIED MONDAY
law. the property all bids the Courthouse. beginning any
certificate will be mid Lot 21 _.............. 31 M 33 20 E. P. a: G. W. Yolk ___.... 1.80 at
highest or bidder at the eon" Lot 4 ___............ 8ft M ::13 20 Joseph lI.hmad@r.r ..._...._. I.RO at of 10 no o'clock A. M, on the list day I gadgets to be found on the -
the 1943 lands
linnse to door' on the first Monday In Lots fl, 28 a: 29 .... 3 3:1: 3.1 00 Blanche E. Cue ........._._. 4 81 title May to one.half of Aa ill to all and Mill Yvonne Marie Eiell and John
place
the month of May. 1045 which ll the Tot IS .. ... 4 55 33 20 O. A. Lansrhoret ..._._.._.... 1.Lnt three fourth of other petroleum will
7th day of May IMS. 2RV' I Iot 18 Ii 15 ::13 30 F. R. Rill ._..._._._.._.._ U2 he reserved by Trustee mineral of the Internal When the crowd had marched Robut Sheffield were married In the

Dated this 23rd' day of Mirch IMS. Tot 50 ._...._..... 0 55 8.1 20 Unknown ..._....__.._...., I.ROIot Improvement Fund Outside of office of the County Judge at Fort
(SEAL) ROY R RAITLERSON 27 _._...____..._ 12 55 3.1 20 O. O. Blanrharll _.__.-. I.RO municipalities eisements for road around the park enough to work off
Clerk Clreelt Conrt of Lot 11. 4. 13 A 14 .. IT 8:1 33 8t P'. R. Weaver .......___.._. 6Lot's right of way 200 feet wide will be reserved lome of the steam and enthusiasmby Myeri on Monday morning, April 30,
Florid I

Okeechohee County, GREELY 5A6,131k8 SID B. F. Smith ..................- 2RtArNOER parcel through by laid which Trustee there from Is an any ex portly physical exercise, liberally In the presence of the brlde'i moth

NOTICE sting state road ; and easement for punctuated with the war longs, er and a few friends. County Judge

Notice to hereby 1ItIn given the IMS that leislonof I will Let' 2 ._...PARK......... BIle 1 rnknnwn: .......__...._-... 120 I, drainage purposes' and will reclamation be reserved' and for by road the which had been used 10 effectuallyIn Hiram W. Bryant performed the

etherFla Legislature anther lot 30 ...._......... 10 Geo. Fl1Ilt 1./? Board of Commissioner of Everglades
1-lng the Board r of Crninty Commie, Lets 29 A 30( ..._ ... 12 Clifford G"rald ..?..........._. 1.20S' Drainage District all the war work In the community ceremony.

loners' of Okeechobee Count Florida of RE,, of NW% reserved by the Board of Commission- and school and college yells The bride li the youngest daughter

to execute and deliver deed of of NF:14 .._.... 28 35 113 II B..le" Monroe Webb _.._.._. 1.401.ot era of Everglades Drainage District of Mr. and Mra. Ulmer Ezell and
conveyances. to former owners efre T. Blk,10. Binger I Description : from the students and teachers, the

..l property row e-wned by laid Bnslneec Bee. Effie M. Castle 1.40 I Lot 9, Blk. 48, City of Okeecho- leaden of the ipeakeri' campaign wee born and reared In Okeecho
Connty of Okeeehohee by virtue of Tote 2ft. 26 A W'h of war

hI"t r' emend_ Lot 21 ............ 111 1m M 1\1I\ nro Tulle' ... ._.._... 4Tot n 1. ti2. Blk,48, City of Okeecho and the community sings, bee. The groom Is a native of Naples
eepj tIdaOAetef 1041 as 1I 11 ._... ... IT 111I M 20 W. T. DeWitt ...... ..___. I.M Louie. but at the present time he la stationed
r >iy Chanter 22HT9. Tnws of Florida., tote 21 and 22 .._... 1'7'73lS M 40 A. R. Dennle ..__........._...? 8.LM : 11 A 14. Blk. 48. City ofOkeechobee took charge of the mob (thatcalled

Act of IMS where inch owner make 30( .._....!...... 24 8:1 8. 20 Unknown ............._.....?.. 1.80 ef Itself in audience) and more war at Miami with the Naval Air
application' showing that Inch property Late 15 A 18, Blk. 48. City '

was the homestead of aatd, IPpfleant NEW OKEF-C'HOBD H'F.IGHTS 8.... A. Okeechobee. songs and war speeches, only now Station.
at the time title reverted to nc.T.ote Lotl 1 to 20; Inc., Blk. 19. South- After a short honeymoon Mr

the Oonnrv. or that laid property 24 A 211 ....__ 18 ('. C. WIIon ___...._.......-.. 1.211 west Addition. the selections and the speecheswere AirBase
was asseised. and'! taxes extended, Tote 1. 2 and S ______ SOB 'Iophla' hrll.n.on ....._.__. 1211 Loll 1 & 2, Blk. 22 Southwest all geared to the tempo of Sheffield returned to the Naval

upon the Tar RoTln of said Count Tots 42 tn 41 Int'.1: Far Robert .........__..._.?. 1211I.IIt. Addition. at Miami while Mri. SheffieldIs
and texts paid for all year* mho 10 t" 11 Inc. .. M An.pllDl Baker ___........._.... 110 Lots 3 to 10 Inc., Blk. 22. Southwest peace and victory, rather than war

event to any year for which a Tat Tots 34 to l1 In... .. 88 Unknown ......_...._._....... 1.wt4 Addition making her home for the presentat
Certificate wee tanned for the nonpayment lot 11 and 12. Blk. :22. South- and fighting as had been the pro
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of taxes. and said former IIf 111'4 AEI44_..A..NEkof .._.\. 4 54 11120 Unknown ..._..__........._._-. 11MIIV.'I west Alldltloo. for a and half. All the Naples
owner Tia I.tp1n! good faith certificate and of REV ?.,.... 4 8. ss: 40 E. W. B"auldlor ._............. 3.11NF:14 Lots 18. 14 A 15, Blk. 22. Sooth. gram year V-
had Tin Itnowledge of any west Addition good pep-up songs and wln-the-war
until after said pronertv IIf SE% ofRE'4 ...._...... 1 SONW'A Lots 1 to 8 Inc.Blk.. 1. Pine Ridge
onhrtsndlng ......._.. 10 M 85 I. Martha C. Burley SEVENTH WAR LOAN
had reverted to the Conntyt providing ._____... ... 1 8:1 8:1160 Unknown ._..?.......___...... 11.113 8/D Ridge stories were brought out again, amdusted
to be anseiaedby ? Blk. 1, Pine STARTS THIS MONTH
for reasonable chaw lots 9 to 13 and cited to the occasion
the Connty Commissioners' for the Tot 10. Rlk. 1227.Okeer'hnhee Mrs B. Champagne _............ UONE'4 S/D up
Is-msnce of inch deed and when inch of 111'1: IIf Plan.fE'4 Lot 14 to 21, Blk. I, Pin Ridge and told and lung all over -

applications are' to be TTTTVPHYRepresentative.considered.W except 2 acres' In ...... 2.Reg. .111 S/D. 2 Royal Oaks 8/D. again. The Treasury will open the Seventh
3. NPJ ror. .._....... 11 37 85 'T Jim Rllfdon "nE --.. -- Tot 1. Blk. Oaks 8/D.
Lot 2 Blk 2, Royal We all thought we were celebrating War Uoan Drive en May 14,
IIW ant. ot Nero Lot 3. Blk. 2. Royal Oaks 8/D.
NOTinTCntVe of SF14: flf '9E44. Lots 1 ft 2, Blk. 178 City of Okeethobee victory and peace) but It turned 1045 with a goal of 14 billion dollars -
N 209,7 ft., E
will run .
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1* lie-ehv given "O4 that. PenInnof 2nq.T ft. A' 208.1 ft.. M Lot 7, Blk. 173 City of Okeecho out that we were merely celebrating the Treasury Department an
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Introduce n 11 31 51 I 1 NathAn Evan Stokes
W 20'1.1 ft. .. drive
the Florida of ecrlslatnre the' members fining of the thnmpenuvtlnn IIW'4 __.._........?... 18 37 3:1: 183 r. F. Quinn ..._.._...._........ 14.N4 Lint bee.9, Blk. 173 City of OkeechoLots'4 the armistice, which the enemy had I flounces One objective of this

I Bos-d, of T...Mle, Tnst-nctlon provldlnthe of Okee.chnbee of RW1/RWt/ .of.._RW1of ...?/ 20 3T 35 Ii A. 1. Dnvls ____..__.......?..... 13ANVo B A 8. DI k. Sao\ City of forced upon a war-weary world, to will be the sale of 17,000,000,000
Conntv. Florida. NWV of Okeechobee give them a breathing spell to prepare worth of Government securities; toIndividual.
.; \ na--nent end repealing all of .._..._... 240 Okeechoboe -
. time of NW'/4 of tTW123 87 8\: Ii Kirby Morgan "TIE"! Lot 9. Blk. 218 City of
the largest
laws In conflict with the provision for this terrible holocaust, to .. This Is .
fl. of laid 1IIn.t Nil, of AWI4 : NWV4of Ii Cbtlllnpwortb ............ U2 !' OF THE INTEIINALIMPROnMENT :
ss C. B. .TIU'STFKS
W. .T TTBVnnT.Ttepre' NWV .. 21 81 FI'ND OF TUB be known In history as World War quota ever set for Individual In a.
_, .entatlve fill "r 110:14: of '
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IT II. Brmb Pt. .._.........- 3::111WW UOUtD OF COMMI'
-It" 35 13'4 DRAINAGEOF
I I. Norirr aw aw-vt/Mftov' FORT of !F4 .... 20 31 KVKltUI.ADFH been dickering for an armlst'ce' campaign to raise thin amount an

*,..T.. T n'>rypT I**"* ;: of N'V14....... .! _.. 211 37. 31! 20nknnwn ..__...._.............-- 3M1I.q. Roy R. Rsulerion DISTRICT, Agent for TrnitoeM without terms, and had exerted every intensive program for the ale of

*e-eh... Hr-en that T. T.Prtlonan qM ft. R of center T\y I Improvementrnml the
VnUce Is of th> internal possible pressure upon people Series E Bonds in plants and factories
holder of T.. Certificate No. am 21) ran !aw1 and for Board of I'nmmml-
11 '..np/! the nth day of An 'n.t, A. fl. 'W 2M ft. N sinners of Everirlades Drainage of the home front, to accept started April 9th It if
T> 1IVO has *1',,d came 1n my office 2nn! fl. R: '!M rt _.__ :29 31 31 1 1. R. nn"'on ......-........-. 1 district" Okewhohee County. Flu tlpeace
snrtMeeMon e. Ttit49AR2flftofgid their armistice, then meet at clear" Secretary Morganthau aid,
bft. main fnanll ida.
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Tax TWd to hp trine t* nn. '" of lot \1 lees II table to work out term. "that Federal expenditure an going .
dethf
Ce-M,leote pmf "nTtlie 'nlln".tr nq1! fI 0' tat 40 Atnao
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... t urn ."*" l.f. T"" ". I.r."intr te "-tfTots of II 2nq T ft of E2gn The enemy had never agreed< to I to remain at a high! I toV-1 I for

O! T'rst Add. 1S _ft...of___II'AI____of..__lot. 111 III: ::15 10.13 h1. R. T 11I'1It.p "TIE" ....-..-._ 4 M NOTICE; OF 1>TFNTIOTO Wilson's Fourteen Points for Peaetand ; ( sonic time to come. H n afso afnltr, *

ti the City of Oheoehohee.THi .. __ ___ 54 '15940 1\'m. lance A In.lhn Scott .__. 41 !1 HI.. T.OTIf'F ..\ J)
f .nl,i r" nerre ill __.___ _. eo n I even some of the allied nation ent that funds in the
i e..n.n ? was In All ..___... __________ 2 81: M fI10 Wm 1 anre A I.rlhn !Scott .... 4'121 hands of non-
notice said Coflcati| ladled Comrtany.'nits .,11 __..........__.... 3 3. ::1'1 fI311 Wm. lance A Mnlha !Scott __.. 43 21 '\( : is nrrtmY HIVEN: that I were cool or at lean lukewarm But, bank Inveatore will continue to .
name of OVooohohee ''U an n40 3Vm T core 0\ 1IInlhn !Scott __.. 4'121 Section 11 Ill Chapter, increase
the .*..1' he re.itftev"1 All _____...__ h .. 10 nnnnnnt to I first
nM rnrtlf/note. fn Ionnrnrtertv do.nttvO All .._....._.._.._.__ 11 3. 15 n41 Wm. T none A 1IInrlha Scott! ..__ 4'121 "MlVi, rAw, of Fli'rldii. Arts nf WI on Tuesday after the Monday sharply under present con
n.'r. chap! he SnM to thbl All .___ .____ .. 12 :11 M fIl1 Wm 1 once A 1IIArlbn Scott .___ 411! and !Section' rrT. Chnntir 11717. Lnwsof In November our national election .. Ft il
tl-e-Mti Poll"**!""." dooay AlI ..._...__._.. _.__ 13 3. M flit Wm once lit 1IInrlb" Scott .__ 41Alt 1 I"lnrlln..1.. of 10,11! us amended I highly! iloEirnbl)' tochannel
MlI'h..t .Mlit th Won. There A 1IIArllln Scott ._. 41Ml 1 l. !Snctlon' 11 Chnnter 2nf1S! I.aws of 'on the off-ear mid-term was held,
__ 31' 19911
.. v ...ins I" I"' m." 1h __._.___..___. H y much of there funds ,,
to" ehn n 1 7th dny of _...____..____.__.._ 11 M 31t fI10 t1'm I anne A "nrlba Snntt! ____ 1'1 ;' Florida I Ante of 1IM1 and alun' vnrimnt I the that << pos
Is the and
1011 which All lice !Si?. of :<\1'3: \ 1d 119 Wm Lance A Martha Scott _.._ 3Teot" !\." tn Sirtlnn!' 43! Chapter 207J2, country saw enemy Bible Into Government ieeunt\ in.
Mfas. 1nllatpll> ... of *nfH. 11111.i : '.awe 'f T'otlli .t, ,is of jl.l1. asiinemled 'propaganda, together with a satiated
this !I.III. nvrTFtrgfN. 1'1r'O CO\SOLTDATED!' LAND hi' section in Chnph 22!
pAy'tpr'r n-rnit ('0"'* of ('mil'SY 'IITI!' ._ 15 O. S. Pnrlrb "l1FJ" __........_ 2 q n\rs of Florida Acts of 1011: and : nausea from war and blood In the prosecution of the
1"1..I.ln Section 41. Chanter 2"722. I nws of war'FOR
0"nnnhn"r Cnnnfy amended hvS.M :, fighting, had returned a majority of
.01. a 10 13 Inc 1"k Ptorldn. Art of VIII us V
(Circuit Conrt Seal) 3 CONNER nmll.n .,IOI 21 Chanter 5071! Law of"lorl.la. Republicans to both houses of the

T.\'\( u..__..___..... J. C. Rleg1 _........._.:....._ 1 M Acts of 10,11' the fol'owlnalosxrllteil I' SALE -- 1940 Palace Trailer
NOTICEr'orlda i1 T11k. 11' linils In Okeechiihee County.Fl Congress, which broke down the resistance *
'1'.11." Let CONNOR IITGIiiANDS A. E. F..kmnn ..._........_..... 13I ..rliln to.nitTots : twenty feet long in exctlli.nt condition
( and caused the Armistice
Anrll !T 1M1VOTTCT : that' 1 to 4. Inc. Blk 41.: City of Equipped: with full .i"
Is hereby 1 and !!. 1111i1FBERRY week later ed bed< 6 the Trustees of the infernal 1mrteoreToent I I nt. r.\RnF.oI" "kno..n ____..___.....__..__.. 11 q OkeechnbeeTola T A s. ink H Cltv of Olteechohee one I Ice box paRolme stove wi'h
oven
Fund of the !tate of hboaeeenrln.tdlag'at I I.ot 10 ___n_.._.____ 211( F.I Mira Soh F.n..a 1I.II.pnhantrb 1.Lola After the populace hall worn control
Fln-ldn wl'l. offer for "'P.. at to Tal- lots If H 11. Blk 4S. City of Okeeehoboe themselves out with hilarious celebration ;I Price $110000. Write P. O.I .
bidder' :
of Box
1. 2. 3. Ett 507
!of.t Okeechohee. Florida,
11 oV'ocV A. 1t Lots R A 0. Blk :!33. City of Oliee- until they were both hoarse
1011 the fnMrt...ln" doserlbedlnnd i\iLFR" S IIID Marvin ChAn\I "liE" ..-..... 211OKF.ErllrOn1F. .... I VI -._
.T ,"" Rth PETER rhn"
In nwFKCtToni'F, : corvTTT14 of- Lot ?. Blk. 215.! City of Okeccho- I and hungry, and with no thought of NOTICERibnol
of FU of !'WV and 'W' : ('ITTTalk. I
beeLots
Townhn I what had caused their condition<< 10 I
SFV! Seetlon M ft ll Blk. 231, City ofOkceehnhen. .
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\TU of :SI Fast Frank 110N".1I ........ ......... 1'nt jC nns Driver Applications
oiith.. Ttantre ._ ._..... 23 oblivious they of the passing
Lot Ii were
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| acres more. or'e rom- I, IS 1 _.. ... ...... 32 Frank .T"I,1 l ----................ 1'joj Lot 12 Blk 211, City of Okeechohee ti allwith thehlItnerd of Pnhlltllfnn.
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w111angllT Is p"*N Lot 1 .._..__ f12 Truce Realty Co. ..--....?. :;, I of time the meeting was finally struction' for
jinnee with Section 57007 770.08 sni27non I Lot 12 ..___..._-.?._-..I32 Ivey An.lln Bemis .........._. 5i:3."..i Lots 1 to 8 Inc, Blk. 2. Pine Ridge dismissed temporarily along in the Driver In Okeechohee a Job ns School Bus

fln'M" OfttMtes 10t1 I.ot 12 ..__.__._.__._113 Truce Realty Co ___..?..... .; SID.Lute f have said offtrmust
1s to pay the _...................... :I.t Pine application In the
The snooensfiil bidder Lot R .._.__..._...152 T'nknown I 0 to 14 Inc.. Blk 2. shank of the afternoon and the the Superintendent on or before Mon-
Realty, (' .__.._....... :I.4 I
ente, Lot 12 .._.._.. .1M True 0. Ridge S/D dav. May 7. 1941.
sdvertialna The :Tar.Twin: OF TTTF INTERN of the T tit 12 ._______..-_...itd R. FJ Mrl.a"lblh. 1'Jot. ..._.... 1 I ,I Lots 19 to 21 (lo .. Blk 2. Pine crowd wended Its way homeward, or BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
FTVD FI t "Itrhl ...._...._..... I'
TMPWOVrMFVT R/D
--------195 { Ridge OKEECnOBBB'
2 and 3 modicum
l d t first AT. of Florida reserve the right torated Lot lots 12 ......_.......242 n.l.n R. White._____....-.. 1 OIIOt'TH Lot 1, Blk. 239 City of Okeecho- to a restaurant to get a By Carl COUNTY T. Dnrrance.FLORIDA
all bids I of food sustain the body through
an* and of the to Superintendent
The Te".t..1 I.otr2: 8 Elk 239. City of
BY ORDER of thPtnte OKEF.CIIODEZ 3. T & ,
of
while school
Improvement pond Talk. OkeechnheeLot still more activity;
Internal
Annie Scott "nE" .._....... 113 44 Cite of Okeechobee.Lots .
Tote 1. 2 and 3 ..... 25 8. Blk. children hunted their forgotten
Millard F. Caldwell Ooyernor Tots 5 and ti 84 lee Carlton _.__........___._... 2./KI //I A 8 Blk. 248, City of Okeeehohee up NOTICE
Attest I.ot. 11 end 12 ...?_. M Harry 'o, Morrow But .nz" .. 34 ichool lunches and devoured them
.F. ('. Elliot SecretaryTrnsteea Lots 2 tn 10( Inc ? ISI Sarah Seward ..?..._..._..... 8.24 Lots 14 A 15 Blk. 133. City ofLo with that showed had Notice a li hereby given 19451Scce' win
t. 1. Fnnd Lot 10. IlIIe e Okeecbobee. of appetites they Introdnce a Bill la the ,'
-- Northwest AddllloD C. H. 110wII'1I' ...........__.. I.M 18. 24 & 25 Bill 183 City no intention to slight them. of the Florida Legislature providing
NOTICE TO CFFnTTnwa Okeechnhee for all real' estate owned by the
cArN OXEF.CHODEE HEIGHT Lot 19 Blk. 183 City of Okeecho- The meeting merely adjourned to Masonic Fraternal Organization, shall
*'wcliff
14 ,, 'nrn : Tyrrfn Lot S ..__............ 1 T'nknn..n ._.... ........__... 1iLot. bee. be from all Uiea ase.i-
Owvrranwur COFNTT 1 a....... 0 W. A. neary ...__............?. 11.Let. Lot :M, Blk. 183. City of OkeechoLoot's meet back In the park at twilight.or tie tarand authorizing then cancellation
"nOR 'TR'. W. A. Dasey .tlE" ........._J 10.08 of toes and .
POT onm tv 18 a: 14 ._..._ 9'' Blk. 183 City of ai loon aa the gleams from a any iieim ntanow
In re' Estate of 1I 21 A 22 outstanding agalnit laid prop.
Charlotte James HnimPS121ecaaedl SOUTHERN PINES ADDITION Okeechohee. healthy and enthusiastic bonfire en"W.

; Tots 0 and 10 ...... 1 (11M2) Ollie Alnatctnn Fit. ............ 8.83 Lot 23 Blk. 163 City of Okeecho- J. HBNDRT
.lIltor. and Persim* Having Lots II and 10( ..._. 1 (11M3) O'lle Singleton Eet ...... 60Lot' Okeecho- could show up to good advantageand : Representative

Tlaims' or r>emanda ArainaCeld I II and 10 ...... 1 (lINt) Ollie Singleton, Eat .?....._.. 8.83 Lt"28. Blk. 183 City of In order to make the bonfire -

FstateYon and- each of yon are hereby I Lets \I and 12. 1\111.1' Lot bee 8, Blk 173 City of Okeecho- truly repesentative and 11 typically BUY MORE WAR BONDS

and required to ,.eent any WRII'ITIT A BARS! AID W. F. Jackson ..........._... 1.38{ Okeecoo--
notified LoH6. City of TWO .
and demands which yon or Lots 21A24.BIkB Blk. 178. FIRST ARMISTICE gal

either claims of von mav have eenlnat thePatate decensed > WRIGflT A BASS BID Barry Taylor ......_..._?... 1.88 bl! 8. Blk 178 City of Okeecho- American as the war had been, every .
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James Holmes Lot
of Charlotte =
late of said Connty, Cm the RAILROAD ADDITION out. school boy and girl' wn instructed .s
Connty Judge of Dkeechohee ConnfvFlorida ; Iote 2 end T ...._. 1 R. I. Davis ... iVLeh / .wrylfor ottered for cod best cash bid
at his office In the eonrtbonne T end 8 ..__.... T Amelia Houston ...___ 1.18 the highest' of the Bosrd of to bring just ont fagot to
of .111) Connty sf Okeechohe 1.011 1 to 4 Inc 8 subject to the right Drainage feed that bonfire 10 that all might
Everglades ,
Florida\ within eight calendar months and 12 .__..._... 11 I S. I. Davis .._._._..__._.. I51 Commissioner* of Board of County
the time of he first publication Lot S _.__............ 12 \ A. I. Davis ......._.v_....... IVLnts / District 'D /or Okeechobee Count!. have a part In the more or leeseautiful
of from fhl* notice Each ..h.1.tAt... Florida to reject any letting it was
and
10:01't
..b,1b... In writing Courthouse. beginning it :
and nost officeaddress RIVERCIDF PARK at the of
of residence Slit diy bolile.
i the place of the claimant. and shall be Late T. 5. II ._..... 22 Unknown .._....?......__. 1 :!3 o'clock A. M. on the for drainage

worn to by the claimant nil or her lots 1 to 1:1: Inc. .... 23 t'allno..n ..?.-_.._...__. 1.23 and May,reclamation 1945. Easement sad road' .purpose* In the meantime expert artists -
attorney, and any such claimor and fifty percentI30't
agent or .
shall ha cold )KrsTHOREE DEVELOPMENT will be reserved and mineral were set to work to construct afesize
of all oil gas
demnoiRA41EoLEE COMPANY SID ( )

\ Ai executor' of tfcn t FLINT sit Will| and All .______.__._...._. 1 1. L. Morgan ....?...__._ 1.38 right will also be reserved dummy-double of the vanquished ELECTRICAL WORK
Testament ef Lob 1 to 24 Inn le'l BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOK old Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany

Charlotte James Holmes, deceased Jilts 11 end 12 .... Q 1\IorgAn ....?....._..._ 1.88 tWEIIOr.ADES DRAINAGE
\ Flrnt publication April 20th ....II .. DISTRICTend who wee already reported a*

1 First publication\ May 4th 1044 WJlIGJlT'S lot 1 .._....FIRIIIT..... 1 ADDITION a'.. Pnherta. Est .......... _. 342 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONED abdicated and fled the country to P. P. EVANSHOUSE

Lnte 1 stir! 2 .._?. III Edna Ward ._ ........ :.. 123 I OF OKEECHO-( "no one knew where". Whateverthose
NOTICE OF T\\ SALE 101.I 1 anal<<1 4 ._.... 18 n, I. King .,._,,,......:.. 1.23 BHE ('OUSTFI.OUIDA..
HAUIER1ON. artists have lacked Inartistic
For Delinquent M4 RverfladesT By ROY R may
Taxes t'NrLATTF.D LANDS TO CITYwort Clerk of the Circuit Court of
District
.. /%_Drnlnage' |. herchv irlvnn that all :ots 0 W of I OHeochohve CViiiiy Flurlclu' handicraft, they well made

lands delinquent on June 1st. 1B4S for 1VOkeechAEnhna ofAveBW_. 21 3T 35. 2 J. A.. Dmlgbtry ......._..-... 1.... I as agent for paid Board up for it in enthusiastic, patriotic WIRINGI
; Drainage tA % By DORIS GARDNER
pavment of Everglades ..
non nintrlcl taxes for the year' 1944 or ao of NEI4 .......... 28 31 33 II '. 'n"'n ..._.._.........?.... 1.13I\ Deputy Clerk leal, and they produced a dummy

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calls for the same: "blood, sweat and tears" that was shed to
crush the Nazi oppressor. We're out to make a clean sweep of
the mess and that means a more determined shoulder to the
wheel. and more War Bonds that will give our fighting men ..
the help they need to chase the Nips back to Tokyo where they
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LIST OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MEN IN SERVICECharles

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Lloyd Davis Daniel Robinson\ Radebaugb Russell Edward Simmons Joseph Wilson Wheeler Earl Grace Collins Neal Stafford Hough, Jr.
George Reichert Lee Roy Brantley Milton Kenneth McLaughlin Marvin Lee Wilson James Franklin Simmons, Bobby Fry Paige
Purmel Jennings Uargraves William Penn Thomas Johnnie Readen Llghtsey Arthur Raymond Davis Jesse Enoch Prescott
Buster Yeatei
John Beecham Raulerson Jackie Wall Sutton Lloyd Clifton Llghtsey James Eldrldge Kelley Clifford Earl Rautcrson
Eddie Shiver Percy Allen Simmons Joseph Theodore Alderman, Jr. Enoch Hulon Walker Alto Watford, Jr. Harold Jefferson Sirlth
Rufus Jarrell Lewis Thomas Howell Marlon Cleveland King Lawrence Edward Sellers Xenophon Monroe Smith Herman Wilson Thomas
Vincent Boromel Dewey Bates Harper Robert Nathaniel Nix Ernest Eugene Raiford Clifford Melville Johnson Virgil Domer Wilson
James Walter Carver John Roger Johnson Teddy Jack Greenberger Vernon Loren Burk Harry Eugene Elledge Emmanuel Elbert Haielllef
Paul Wongrey Rudolph Leaphart James Russell Carter Andrew Jackson Potter William Bennett Anderson, Jr. Edward Damon Yates
Lester Cornelius Sun merall James Van Cousart Ingraham Lee Lofton Frederick Boromel Lewis Leslie Conrad, Jr.
William Devane Larrimore Roy Delmar Conerly Martin Louie Johns Wayne Ormand Burk Eugene Curtis Wright -
Carl Ernest Stello, Jr. Robert Ming Eustlce Pendleton Friar James Richard Minehan, Jr. Moses Silvanus Harden COLOREDClyde
Stephen ChristopherZeb George Pullman Goolsby Milton Merrial Rhoden Frank Roger Barber Johnnie Calvin Jenkins, Jr.
Newton Crews Claude Virgil Gardner, Jr. Don Porter Stewart Connie Warren Raulersoa Doyle Carlton Stewart James Elijah Simmons
John Reichert ,William Robert Van Brunt Edward Thomas Conrad David Oliver Hamrlck William Sutton Leroy Stewart
William Clancy Wallace, Sr. Virgil Sutton Lloyd Wilford Scott Joseph Percy Parkerson Sam Durrance Thomas Willie Taylor
John Sollle Ellis Elburn Joshua Platt Samuel Luther Gray Harold William Wilkerson Henry Lamar Walker, Jr Jessie Henry
Denver Johnson Clarence Lawton Lanier John Benjamin Neff Edgar Joshua Wilson, Jr. Rodman Ormsbjr Wallace, Sr. Herman Henry Holiday
Norris Lamar Jerrell Ackles Hill Carey Sossamon Fowler Maxle Lee Williams
Merrill Pierce Hardy Robert Edward Lee Thomas Jackson Jones, Jr. William Anderson
Finnas Edward Smith Jack Paige Bartow Blrt Raulerson Shepherd Johnson
John Robert Ford Henry Lee Shaw Austin Hayes David McKenzie
Curtis Raiford Johnson Malcom Gary Simmons THESE GAVE THEIR LIVES Emerson Clifton Meyers James Arthur Carter
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Everett Ernest Johns Jean Harvey Hamrick Percy Lee Lowe Charlie Hammond
IN OUR DEFENSE
Henry Melton Hancock LeRoy Chandler Clarence Harvey Lofton Columbus Dixon
Lawrence Olen Godwin John Douglas Cassels Carl Cobern Hoffman Robert Wilson

Earl Webb Raiford Quentin Roosevelt Sellers Herman Kermit Watford Albert Berka, Jr. Leonard Louis Osborne Warren Mansfield Davis
Albert Smith Carlisle Alexander Thomas, Jr. Murray Loraine Fulford, Sr. Charley Eady
Henry Carter Fred Smith Robert Durward Llghtsey Donald Gary Barber Oliver Demory Godwin, Jr. Mitchell Eady
James Alpha Ming Robert Landon Lams George Anderson Robinson, Jr. Matthew Leroy Bass
Henry Thomas Bass, Jr. Vernon Marcelle King
Walter Henry Lee Elite: William Godwin Clifford Edward Quarles Ellis Lee Wilson
Eldred Ellis Norton Phillip Luke Simmons Pete Leitner William Joseph Goodwin Windell Hugh Hardy Eddie Trotter, Jr.
Lewis Norman Johnnie Federal Rogers Earl James Pearce Rodothy Howard
James Henry Thomas Leonard Ferry Mercer, Jr.
Henry Prescott Sydney Monroe Rogers Phillip Eugene Carter Joe Nathan Howard
Robert C. White Richard Dawsey Denem Homer Jefferson Hayes Rufus Alexander
1 John William Norris William Platt Humphrey Bernory Lee Pearce Charlie Chester Booker
William Nathaniel Stratton Archie Bass Thomas Mack Underhill Thomas Beauford Rooker

Ottls Lambert Pippen Barney Bloom Collier Kell Ray Anderson James Thomas Hancock Orin Debro Lee .. Altha Johnson
William Walter Smith Frederick Kohl, Jr. Richard Lance Anderson Hiram Edward Alderman Warren K. Garner Arthur Frank
Joseph Norton Pease, It. Ray Vernon Simmons Laurence Larry Arrington Jack Duke James Monroe Breland Jessie James Wright
Don Ellis Willis James Bruce Smith Willis Earl Bond William Matthew Tomllnson John Robert Stanley, Jr. Eddie L. Taylor
, Theorode Sloan Robert Cecil Bass David Wells Cassel, Jr Maurice Leo Durrance John Talmage Collins Timothy Lovain Woods
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Rennice Howard Padgett Jerry. Lee Anderson Eugene M. Hall Albert Paul O'Bannon Curtis John Rutledge Raymond Baker
James Murrlel Dalgneau Walter Nixon Gray, Jr. Albion Frederick Harden Eddie Frank Simmons Robert Raymond Clay Tom MillsCharlie
Lum Dennis Quarles Howard Calvin Drawdy Keith Higginbotham Thomas Jefferson Simmons, Jr. Gerald Stephen Tibfltts William Reed
Oscar Eugene Owens Earl Counce John Abraham Lewis Salter Randall Watford Jessie Ray Watford Ralph BassBurnest
Tommie Metts John Cecil Lowe Vincent Lamar Lott Leon Elmo Maloney Horace Colombus Watford, Jr. Massline
Henry Otis Chandler Matthew Elihue Patten Alfred Pettibone Lund Bobble Allen Burton Jack Davis Wolff Eddie Lee Butler
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So that th elves of thousands have not been
finish with the Japs in the Pacific and we
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can't let down for a minute until it isfinished.
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I Praise Father, Son and, Holy Ghost;-

today while the Allied Nations pause in tribute to the gallant

men whose courage and sacrifice have won the peace in Europe.
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