The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 51 __ Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 8, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys I, LIEUT.WILL FR.'iKIWER LEAVE: TODAY AFTER I State Highway Engineer Advises Bill SIX LOCAL HOME GIRLS FROM ARE SCHOOL Pfc. Ted Prescott

In Various Camps ;! Lieutenant SHORT Frank FURLOUGH Barber HERE will I I Hendry Bassinger Road Will Be Hard AT TALLAHASSEEMisses With First Army

& Abroad leave today for Topeka, Kansas, Surfaced to the Army Air Base Soon Betty Barber, Perrille Home from Europe

At Home after spending this week here with I Hunt, Minnie Lee McCarthy, Juan-

his parents, Mr. and :Mrs J. L Bar- ---------- : ita Pearce Mary Lena Watford and -

J. P. Parkir
return to the. Boston Nay Yard at his training as a bombardier In a THE GAD-FLY called for bids on June 14 for the In Okeechobee last week from Tallahassee -I j Okeechobee Wednesday from Zell-

Boston, Mass" after spending ten crew on a B-29 and will join the By Marjorie D. Wallace. construction of 1.6 miles of hard where they attended school '. wood where he has been visiting

Mr.* and other members of his crew at Topekn surface on the Bassinger Road. The
days here with hl8 parents at the Florida State College for its mother, Mrs Joanna Prescott

Mr, C. II. Pnrkerson and famll)'. from which place they will The GadFWBI\ pleasantly impressed hard surfacing will reach to the Women during the past school year. for the past week. lIe arrived in
leave for overseas. 1 by a good-looking, earnest Army Air Field Mrs. E, H, Hunt went to Tallahassee the United States from Germanyon
arrived In Mrs. Barber arrived here Wednesday The following letter from J. H,
Earl April 14.
Corporal young man who talked to the Rotary to attend graduating exercises
Okeechobee last week and Is spend I morning and will remain here i Club Tuesday, on a subject he Dowling, Chief Engineer for the at the college and returned Private Prescott was sent to England -

ing two weeks here with his mother, | while Lieutenant Barber is overseas I knew something about. The Rev. State Road Department, to Representative I home with them. two years ago where ho served

Mr. E. E. Raiford. Corporal Rat : David Spearing did not make the W. J, Hendry gives all of -V with the Military; Police. He took!

ford has been overseas for the past -- --v--- the Information that Is available: In the Invasion of France last
I mistake so many ministers do, in part
two years, serving most of that .1| Joe Underhill speaking to a group not directlyof Tallahassee, Fla, R. A. Burgess Is year and moved on with the army

time with the United States Army'in a religious nature, of taking medicine May 30, 1945 through France, Belgium and Ger

the fighting In ItuVMr. I I I social service, economics, or Honorable W J. Hendry, New Owner Purina many.In .

Mary Lightsey any other non-religious subject, and Member of Legislature, January of this year he suffered -

and Mrs J, F. Bond received '' out of misinformation Okeechobee County, I a back Injury and was sent
giving a mass
Mills Feed Store
a letter this week from their son, | Married FridayIn and half-digested facts that Tallahassee Florida to an army hospital where he remained -

Earl, who Is now In Germany with would be ridiculous if it were not Dear Bill: until he was sent back to

the Army in which he says he expects { Irritating. Attached herewith you will finda the United States. After his arrival
so R. A Burgess, who has been the
to be home some time soon j Notice of the advertisement for In the States he was sent to the
the presence of their Immediate Mr. Spearing used a text from local Manager for the A &; P Storein
He has been overseas for the past bids received the State Finney General Hospital at Thornsvllle -
I families, Joseph A. Underhill the Bible and spoke with the authority to be by Okeechobee for the past ten

two years, being stationed In England and Miss :Mary Elizabeth Lightsey of knowledge and study Instead Road Department for the paving of I I years, recently; purchased the teed Ga., where he will continue

many months before the invasion were married at the Church of the j; of the self-assumetl! authorityof ; !! approximately 1.6 mile on Road 59 business that has been operated as I to receive treatment.

of France. Brethren, Friday, June 1st, at ten a minister of the gospel. His | from Road 8 to the Auxiliary; Airfield the Wilson's Farmer Supply and I Ted was with General Hodges'

in the morning theme, based upon tho Incident of Bids will\ be received June : has taken active chage of it He ; First Army located In the region
Lieutenant Connie Raulerson 4th.. of the Belgium Bulge last December
Simon Peter's giving his boat to
:Miss Bessie Mae Raifsnider was was succeeded as manager of the
e will leave Sunday for Gulf pert, when the Germans made theIr lest
maid of honor, and Harry Paul Christ as a pulpit, was the givingof Since talking to you this morningwe A &; P Store by Wilson Selph.
Miss., after spending ten days here desperate offensive. In discussingthat
Greenberger beet man. The cere- each man's business to God. A have received notice that War In his new business Mr. Burgess
with his mother, Mrs C. C. :McCain. offensive Ted said that Gen.
Production Board has authorized
mony; was performed by the Rev. practical theme, developed by Mr. will carry the well known line of

;: Garner, pastor of the church. Spearing with enthusiasm and com this work subject to construction feeds made by the Purina Mills Patton moved with his forces up
Bill Stratton arrived in Okeecho from the South while another
theme the being started within 60 days from army
The bride blue with mon sense; a touching Company which includes all kinds
bee the first of the week and is wore aqua moved down from the North which
May 26, 1945. By receiving bids on ,
life and work of
white accessories and of daily every man of feed for chickens, horses, cows,
spending some time visiting his par a corsage saved the situation,
June 14th there will be no question -
who listened.
pink and yellow rosebuds, while the hogs, and all other stock He will
ents Mr. and Mrs. N' C. Strattonat In talking with him about the war
about getting this work underway
There's old Let the
maid of honor white and her an saying, carry a complete line of their pro-
their home on the Lake Front wore In the Pacific asked him If he
flowers shoemaker stick to his last. It in time to meet War Production ducts Including baby chicks we
Bill was recently eent home after were pink asters. 'I was going with the American First
'would be an excellent adage for the Board requirements Mr. Burgess was with the A &; P
spending many months with the Mr. and Mrs. Underhill left during consideration of every minister who Yours very truly, Stores more than seventeen years, Army to Japan and he said he hopedto

Army in India and Burma. the afternoon for a short wedding be able to with them and thatIf
J. H. Dowling, go
speaks anywhere out of church. In beginning with them as a clerk in
trip, and they will live with their his wherehe
the church, or out of it, the ministeris State Highway; Engineer South Carolina before moving to Injury improved to
WATCH OCR POINTS families until the calls the
army able with
was physically
a trained man in his specialty, v Florida. After moving to Floridahe ; go
BECOME: bridegroom to the service of his I his outfit he would be
country In about thirty days. the study of the Bible and theology CO.! Commissioners was employed by them at Vero .

VALID AND INVALID '' and when he speaks on these I Beach Stuart and West Palm Beach. v
Both of these young people are
and allied subjects, he speaks with He came to Okeechobee from CHRISTIAN SERVICEWOMEN
well known and universally! likedIn
week of June authority. He Is backed up by the Transact BusinessIn West Palm Beach and became manager STUDY BOOK ON ,
Ration calendar for I Okeechobee, and their hosts of
Word of God. His words carry conviction of she local store In 1937 which EPHESIAN LETTER V
4, 1945: 1 riends: wish them a long and happy ,
because he U talking about Regular SessionThe place hijMhas' held until hU resignation "t t"4*. 0.f rejet4fr'!
Ip( Processed Foods Blue Stamps 1 life together.. I something concerning which he last week to take charge'of The Woman's Society; of Christian

e N2, P2, Q2 R2, S2 now valid expire V knows more than his listeners his new business Service conducted a study of "The

June 30. 'Whether those who hear such a I board of County Commission- Word of His Grace", a book by
Rev. Was
Spearing County Welfare Board,
s valid message are conventional church era of Okeechobee County, Florida, Casten J. Harrell, on the church
T2, U22., W2, now relief allowance May 350.00
members or not, they recognize the met In regular session on June, 4at ? lawn Tuesday afternoon. The Imin-
expire July 31 Basinger School Lunch
Guest Speaker at truth and the solid reality of an 10 a. m.Present ent threat-or, rather, hope-of rain
Y2, Z2, Al, Bl, Cl, now valid, Room, groceries, May 12.50
informed speaker's presentation of were Chairman C. E. did not materialize, ao the study was
31. Bessie
expire August Alderman
It. They accept it In their minds Drawdy; W. F. Walker, B. C. Swain; continued through to the end In the
Dl, El, Fl, Gl, HI now valid Rotary Luncheon T, C. Comm., May . 125.00
even If they do not feel it In theiri F. M. Mobley; 0. J. Chapman; Sheriff pleasant shade of the trees.
expire September I Robert LaMartin.T. ,
hearts, and therefore It does even N. 0. Stewart: Countv Attorney "The Word of His Grace" is a
Meat and Fatsi Red StampaE2 A. Comm., May . 125.00N.
the skeptic some good.In T. W. Conely, Jr:; Clerk Roy R.toulerson. comprehensive Interpretation of
F2, G2, H2, J2 now valid, The Rev. David Spearing, visiting 0. Stewart attend.Co. .
contrast a minister who speaks Paul's letter to the Ephesians, and
expire June 30. Baptist evangelist, was the speaker I Comm., May . . 4.00
about medicine to a group contain- Minutes of meetings held duringthe the discussion was led by Mrs. D.
K2, L2 M2, N2, P2 now valid, ex- to the Rotarians at their Tuesday City of Okeechobee, water. 13.0GMason's
ing doctors, or about social service month of May were read and R. MeNeil, assisted by Mrs. W, A.
pire July 31. meeting.. Mr. Spearing !is from Live I Ice Delivery; ,
to a group containing trained social approvedfl I Lawson, Mrs. R. E. Link, Mrs. J. H.
Q2, R2, S2, T2, U2 now valid, Oak. and was introduced by W. D. Ice coupon books May. 2.90Bennie'
workers, or about education toa The financial statement showing McCranie, Mrs. E. H. Hunt, Miss
expire August 31. Coker His talk, on a Biblical text, I Shop &; Supply,
I group containing trained teachers, the balances of 31 1945 Perilie Hunt and Miss Sarah How-
as May was
V2. W2, X2, Y2, Z2 now valid, was earnest and Interesting and applicable -i cemetery supplies . 1424S.
I or about any other lay subject to presented as follows: ell The concluding chapter was
30. C Paige
expire September to the daily needs of business
Sugari men; he did not "preach" but : any Intelligent group of laymen, General Fund . . .$ 558.16 gas cemetery . 3.68 presented by Mrs. Melba Louthan
may; do, I think, more harm to the Fine &; Forfeiture Fund. 6,213.63 I chairman of the Wesley; Service
Sugar Stamp No. 36, good for 5Ibs. spoke informally as one man to a Payroll, Cemetery,
cause of organized religion than all Road &; Bridge Fund . 4,446.08 Guild
., expires August 31. group of his fellows, therefore his cemetery work . /56.90 .
the sinners of Okeechobee. Because Agricultural Fund . . 81.80 Okeechobee News V
Shoes: message was doubly effective I people want to look to, to revere, '
up Outst. Indebtedness Fund 87444 FRANK AND LAUREN
printing & supplies . 26,00Fla
Airplane Stamps No. 1, 2, 3 now I ;
Since the members absent last ', their minister any minister Race Track Fund . . 31,550.84 Power &: Light Co., REEVES LEFT YESTERDAYFOR
good. week made up their meetings, the whether they belong to a church or 1940 Gen. Fnd.. SUMMER SCHOOL
Refunding 9,183.10
Gasoline May service . . . 10.83 I
100 percent attendance, which Is not, and It li hard to admire a man Withholding Tax Fund 18.50
I Photostat Corporation aup. 53.21
A-15 coupons valid through becoming slightly amazing and unbelievable who states that things you know Frank and Lauren Reeves, son
Inter T. & T. Co.
that I County : ;
21. Rationing rules now require his license I II continues. Five member I are untrue, are so, and who bases a Total . . . . $52,923.55 May service . . . 8.20 of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves,
each car owner write were absent on Tuesday, but they torrent of Invective upon a found.
each I Report of Marks and Brands for 0. J. Chapman, Jr., left yesterday; for Gainesville where

number and state on couponIn were all out of town. ation of mis-Information, which you Districts 2 and 4 were received and '' tarring county jail . 10.00 they; went to enter Summer Schoolat
his possession as soon as it Is
J. D. Northwood, chairman of tha know to be mis-information. ordered filed in the office of the Roy R. Raulerson, refundon the University of Florida. Frank
his local rationing I'I'
Issued to him by
magazine committee, gave his regular Enthusiasm and holy; zeal are not clerk of the circuit court. express charges . .6" attended school there during the
board. Your mileage rationing record -
board monthly report on The Rotar- enough equipment for the success Report of the County Welfare Withholding Tax Fund, past school year while Lauren
must be presented to I
Ian, calling .attention to those articles ful minister today. He must know Board for the month of May 1945 taxes withheld for May 14.60 graduated from the Okeechobee

when applying for all passenger In lu pages which are of I whereof he speaks, and he must was received and ordered filed in I Clifford Hunter, jail repair 4.60 High School this ;year. They expectto

car gasoline ration. particular Inter local club. speak of what he knows. He must I 450 be In Gainesville two months.
: UjtUie the office of the clerk of the circuit Robert Gross, jail repair.
Ration applications by save be about his Father'i business and
Jack Spenser jC| Pahokee, was, court. v

time and effort. again a visit.;welcomed by his let other business strictly alone, Upon motion of Commissioner I: $1,829.28 Mrs. Lulu Culbreth and granddaughter .

Five new blue stamps, worth 10 many Okeechobee" friends. Other I I unless he js a person of general in Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner FINE &: FORFEITURE FUND Miss Virginia Lee Cul
points each-a total of 50 points formation.- command .
guests were Lt. Connie Raulerson, To the attention Mobley and carried, the Dr. F. P. Maupal breth, arrived In Okeechobee the

and five new red stamps, also worth I guest of Hiram Raulerson; Bill | the respect, ana the response, Board instructed Albert Ezell to examination of prix .$ 6.00T. first of theweek from Orlando and

19 points each for a total of 50 Poble, member of the Cocoa Rotary of people In this age of universal Install an electric water cooler In W. Conely, Jr., are spending this week here with

points, became valid for buying I club, guest of Clifford Boyles, and education and wide reading, theI the courthouse at a cost of $250. docket fees, May . . 34.00 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth.

processed foods, meats and fate, respectively Jeff Davis of West Palm Beach, I minister must declare the truth, the County deeds under Chapter 194 Mary; Schulman, -

on June 1. guest of his uncle J, 0. Wolff. whole truth and nothing but the Florida Statutes of 1941 were issued conv. fees, May . . '.' 15-00 County; Judge T. W. Conely, Jr.,

The five new blue stamps are In the absence of Judge Conely, I truth. His influence Is lost, In. to the following Roy; R. Raulerson, spent Tuesday; of this week in Tallahassee .

Dl, El: Fl, Gland HI. The, five stantly, when he makes a recognizable . . 12-6
Dave Coker led the group singing, I Clara Brooker, Frances Jean cost bills, May attending to business.Dr. .
new red stamps are V2, W2, X2, when
which Is a most enjoyable part of mis-statement, especially Blackburn, Phil Y. Cason, B. W. N.e'0. Stewart, -

Y2 and Z2. These red and blue the club meetings Visiting Rotar- I a fact Is obviously distorted for hb Thomas, Roderick Chandler Allan cost bills, May . . 402.2 and Mrs. W H. Garlingtonand
stamps, validated on June 1, will I -
fans always speak of the excellenceof ,purpose Markham, Henry E. Hunter. Okeechobee County Bank, two ions of Birmingham, Ala,

be good through Sunday; September "the singing of the Okeechobeeclub. No, I'm* not talking about your The following vouchers were approved assignment . . . 40.00 and Mrs. Nell White of Jacksonville

30, minister. I admire all the ministers and ordered paid when the arrived in Okeechobee the first of

Six red stamps Y5, Z6, A2, B2, Clifford Boyles will be In chargeof here that I know at all. But thero funds are available! f 609.8 the week and are spending ten days;
C2, and D2, and five blue stampsH2 I well.
the program next week. was a visiting minister-oh GENERAL FUND ROAD ft BRIDGE FUND here visiting at the home of Mr

J2, K2, L2 and M2 expired Sat. I Anyhow, the Rev. Spearing made a Payroll, General Fund Bennie'i Shop A Supply; and Mrs. Vernon Reeves. While

urday; June 2. These should be destroyed I Advertise invThe News bang-up, eloquent, informed, inspiring salaries, May; ? . . .$ 890.50 (Continued on part S) hue they expect to visit Miami and
to avoid confusion. I talk at the Rotary club.

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Published Every Friday by the 1943 TORPEDOINGS... )CTE'XAS supp, Diets 2, 8, 4 ., 5.40 _.

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechfl- .. Payroll, Diet 1, labor . 172.50
Okeechobc County, Florid 1944 NONE
bee, .
---- -- .- NEW ORLEANS' FLa ..... : Payroll, Dist 3, labor 138.40

BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. Editor I x> 1945 NONE Ruble Bass, gas, Dist. 2 2.50 .

'..t .. _. .L-:. O K. Garage & Machine
Pnfrrcil M jwnnil rlnm mutter July .e. :.'. CAPE CANAVERAL Shop, supp. Dist. . 1.00(
1, rm I. nt tin Post Offlra In OtiMHJiXbw '
Fin., under Act of Mar 8, 1m. CM PUS, TAMPA a S. C. Paige, gas, Dlst. 3 8.18
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-- I CIIISTI '., '. Payroll, Dist 8, labor27.75 .e

SUBSCRIPTION RATE i \;' ', ATu"rIC OCiANi Payroll, Dist. 4, labor . 4425
0.... ,
One Year In advance .. .IJOJ / .. '?,'..... Payroll, Diet 2, labor . 194.40
Six!! Months In advance . . I.OD 4' ."" I Knight's Service Station,
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Three Months In advance._ MIAMI. '''' gas & oil, Dist 4, 2 . 29.71
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Hi-aillne noting In local columns 19( x ts Withholding Tax .
ports i ltti.. Kites for m.plsy srfver- 1 / A P ,,i taxes withheld for May ..30S
Mains' fnrn!.tii"l on appllontlnn ('Ias"- l .- I
Ifloil ailrrrtlsln! 2 rote .ich word Gulf Of Mexico KEY .x e. ,, -
per Insertion All lams regarding' MItcrnrlncii e '. 619.39AGRICl'LTl'RAL
rondnctcrt for profit ere ... ...
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rate. ... I FUNDJ.
chnnroaMe! at advertising __ | .t ... ... .
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S. Underhill
on the .
Adrortldlnj' MIH ire tnn" .. ...
tot df eneli month r"r! : .... to NA ANA recording fees, May ?$ 30.00C.
pnlill.hera required to par In advance Ix ... R. Boyles, sal Co. Agt.. 12490
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"Too Late to Classifv" i. sir I Withholding taxes withheld Tax for Fund May .10

By Russell Kay i I I I II f I
I am grateful to Keathly Bowden |I YUCATAN t I 1940 GEN. REFUNDING FUND

publisher of the MontloeNo News |, teN The Crummer Co., 1% fee

for calling my attention to an Incident | ... "t on 1941 Bond Exchanges 3750.00
that occurred In Jefferson RACE TRACK FUND
0 t
County a short time ego While it Agricultural Fund,
may appear as small news In a world -- -- -- -l transfer . . . .$ 800.00 I

tens with International happenings, General Fund, transfer 15,000.00
It, nevertheless, Is directly relatedto This map tells the story of U-Boat warfare off Florida and in the Gulf. Each symbol a ship attacked.

-- ---- -- -- $15,800.00
the future welfare and happiness I
of the human race and to my mind had gone out of his way to do things CHURCH OF BRETHREN I POLICE SCHOOL AT FORT The National Dairy Council pointsout The meeting adjourned

Is as deserving of widespread publicity for them. LADIES AID MEETS \\JTII I PIERCE TO BE INSTRUCTEDBY that dairy poducts are not onlyan v

as the San Francisco confer. The Instance speaks volumes for MRS. IIILLIARD ALL DAY EXPERTS FROM FBI economical source of essential The six Southeastern states of ,.

ence, for It I. a practical demonstration I the relation between the races in I food elements, but that it is exceedingly I Virginia, the Carolinas, Georgia,

of the harmony, under. Jefferson County It is typical of The Ladies Aid of the Church of The Fort Pierce, Florida, Police difficult to consume sufficient Alabama and Florida, served by the

standing and tolerance that all the the situation that has long existedin the Brethren motored out in the Department, in cooperation with the calcium and riboflavin ex Seaboard Air Line railway, containten

world must practice If we are to the South and which the busybody country to the home of Mrs. C. W. j jIlilliard I Federal Bureau of Investigation, cept through liberal quantities of percent of the land area In the

avoid another war and gain the social uplifters and equality for an all day meeting will conduct a Police School beginning milk and Its products continental United States.

peace we all hope for. advocates do not and cannot understand Thursday, May 81. I Thursday, July 19, 1945.

In the northeast section of the as they go about their self- The sewing for the Philippine War Class room sessions will he held

county, Jim Lacy operates an 1100 appointed task of stirring up strife relief was finished. The devotional I I'1 Tuesdays and Thursdays of each'
acre farm and had a large section and \ill-will\ between the races was In charge of Mrs. Nondas Parker week in duplicate sessions between

of it planted when he was taken ill Selfishness, hate, greed and Intolerance followed In prayer by Mrs. I the hours of 1:30: to 3:30: p. m. and I

and his physician advised that he are the poisons from Ernest Campbell The business 7:30 to 9:30: p. m., to be held in .

mutt have complete reel and could which strife and wars are brewed. meeting was in charge of Mrs H. the Fort Pierce High School. I EVERGLADESGRILL

not engage In any kind of work. The peace of the world lies burled P. Garner. A covered dish luncheonwas Following U the school curriculum -

The manpower shortage had robbed in the hearts of Individuals, It matters served at noon. !

Lacy of moat of his help, h* had not their race, their color or Those present were: Rev and June Jurisdiction of Federal

no one who was able to operate his their creed. Mrs. II. P Garner, Mrs. Robt. La Investigative Agencies. .

tractors and other mechanical What we hope to accomplish at Martin and daughter Bobbie Lee, June 21-Crime Scene Search;

equipment and it looked as thoughhe San Francisco is what was actually Mrs. Will Waker, Mrs. Victor Dome Collection and Presentation of Ev

was destined to lose hi. entire demonstrated not long ago In Jef r and daughter Carol, Mrs. Elmer idence. NOW OPEN TO .

crop which was suffering from lack I ferson County, Florida. Until the Pe.rce.Irs.. Nodas Parker, Mrs. June 26-Firearms. .
of cultivation. nations of the world reach the point John Draughon and daughter Frances June 28-Technique and Mechanics :

Neighboring farmers were themselves where they can forget their own Miss Betty Ann Bass, Mrs. of Arrests.

short handed and having a selfish Interests and begin to seekan Ernest Campbell, Mrs C. W. Milliard July Interviews.. I' MEALS e

hard time taking care of their own I opportunity to work with and and granddaughter Earlane, July 5-Traffic. I

fields and the situation looked help their neighbors, just as these Mrs. Curtis Wright and daughter July 10-Note Taking and Report

plenty bad. A neighbor, Carl Joiner, Negroes In a remote corner of the Mary Ellen. Writing. &

discussed the matter with Miles globe exhibited a true spirit of tolerance The next meeting will be at the July Testifying In Court and I "h
Groover, Negro county agent. Groo and nelghbo 1ine'Wthne is I home of Mrs Ernest Campbell on I Court Room Behaviour I t SHORT ORDERS "'

ver knew and liked' farmer "Jim"as little hope for lasting peace. June 14.Gilbert. July 17-Burglary Investigations i I II

Lacey was affectionately knownin The world today, like Jim Lacy I July 19-FBI Laboratory and Its !

the area. Jim was a good and i is SICK, its fertile fields lie un Uses (Reproduction of Evidence in

kindly n.fln. No matter how busy he I I cultivated. God grant that from out I Ihird Dimension). HOURS :

was, he always seemed to have timeto of the darkness and chaos, a Miles Law enforcement officials of
help the other fellow. lit had I Groover will arise who can lead its TheatreSUNDAY 'Okeechobee, Martin, St. Lucie and
Open Week Days 6 A. M. to 10 P M.
been kind to many of the colored I I people to the understanding and I I' Indian River counties are cordially :
folks in neighborhood" and was practice of those simple acts of invited to attend this school Experts -

liked and respected by everyone. neighborliness and unselfish service & MONDAYJune of the FBI will be the lecturers Sundays 7 A. M. to 10 P. M.

Now farmer "Jim" was In trouble, that will restore health und safeguard ---- ---- on the various: subjects

bad trouble. Groover said he'd see the harvest 10-11 II y ?

if he couldn't do something about V
Local and PersonalMrs.
it Asking Joiner to accompany him, I"LORIII.I'OSTW.R PLANS ELEANOR PARKER & i
they went from one colored farmto BItO \IJC.\ST TO SOIDIER3 ---- --- -<-
another acquainting folks with DENNIS MORGAN I Curtis Wright, spit Vernon

the fact that Jim In bed e and daughter !Mary Ellen, were visitors
Lacy was
in- "
Jacksonville, June 5.-The wartime I Special for Cows '
and must stay there for a monthor and postwar planning story of ,I spending Tuesday in West r'

mon and unless he could get Florida will be broadcast on Army "The Very Thoughtof Palm Beach Helps keep down calving troubles, .
steps up milk production ahead,
tome help he stood to lose his entire I coons
Radio Stations In practically every
FOR SLE Solar Water Heater, helps produce a strong, vigorous
erop. area where there are American You" 120 gallons capacity. In good con calf. High in vitamins taow

Next morning there was a pro troops, the Florida State Chamberof dition. Mrs. Susie McLaughlin, Dry and Freshening Chow
cession of l44.roes, each with his Commerce announced today. with'- Okeechobee, Florida. (

own mule and plow, heading for the Material for the broadcast was FAY EMERSON

Lacy farm, they came from every prepared by the State Chauber at
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson left Ready (0 FEED
direction, some of them from long
the request of the Army News Service .
:NEWS tho first of the week for Fort Valley
distances. Under the personal direction in New York the announcement EVENTS Ga., where they will spend sev- ]I A complete grain ration, properly
of County Agent Groover, CARTOON I bala need with any roughage.
said, and was aln.ed to tell NUNINA
oral months during the bony
Built for condition and top
they parcelled off the Lacy farm Florida service men what their state TillS IS AMERICA ""* I ,, production, MLK
i iMr. cwow
and went to work. Before noon is doing to help win the war and "Gun
Salvaged Uland" and Mrs. Maldon Wright and Vou'//// Llk, MILK CHOW
thirty colored farmers were at what they can expect when they return son Stanley of Clewiston were visitors
work in the fields, each with his home. I
spending Sunday In Okeecho-
own equipment cultivating the section Service men are particularly In. FRIDAY & SATURDAY bee at the home of Mr, and !Mrs I
assigned to him and they terested In the postwar picture. Cuitis Wright. i j for Full Milk PailsFeed l

stayed with the job until it was They want to know what returned
a proven dairy feed built i to
finished.It veterans will find when It .y help keep cows in condition
they come Happened Olney Jenkins, long time resident for eURINa
was strictly a voluntary effort. i capacity production and long
back to Florida, what postwar programs of Okeechobee but who now resides I \ milking life.f Ask for II.I CAW
These Negroes were not farm lab we have, what industrlea will i cwow
Tomorrow" at Ludowlce spend/) several days
orers. They were independent farm. Feed Purina Caw Chow
do, what schools ''offer, and what of this week here visiting friends
era themselves, most of them with the for
prospects employ. und
postwar with attending to business
plenty of work awaiting them at ment are.While .

home, but because they loved farm. many of the questions DICK POWELL FOR SALE-80 acres of timbered Raise

er "Jim" and because they knew which are puzzling the service men LINON PARNELL land with house. Located 3V4 miles GOOD CALVES

from experience what It meant when are also perplexing business men East of Okeechobee on the Fort One bag of Calf Startena replaces
adversity caused the loss of a crop, and cannot definitely be answered Pierce Road Known as the Leitner I 40 gallons of milk, and growl big, 14ai
vigorous, 'thrifty calves. Saves
"Black HillsExpress" time,
they pitched in and helped and were until the conversion and reconver I Homestead. Henry Leitner, Okee labor, and money
glad to do it. They were not getting lion situation Is I '
cleared up, as broadand chobee, Florida. Start 'em with
paid, wanted no pay, although old complete a picture as could be I' m STARTENA

"Jim" would have been more than put together was prepared for their FOR SALE-IS acres, 10 In grove;
glad to remunerate them. They were information. Having the with -
given up good 8 room house, electricity; on Y
simply exhibiting a spirit of good comforts of home for the discomforts DON "Red" BARRYNEWS I old Eagle Bay Drive I'/i miles out; f/nt fffO for fine HORSES
will and neighborliness toward a of the fox hole, they are entitled furnished or unfurnished. Also 135 1 4
fellow farmer In distress The fact PURINA OMOLENEOldtime
to the
answers we can acres good muck pasture, all fenced,
that they labored in the hot sun to give them; and they should have EVENTS with 2 windmills. Fred Wilson, Box : favorite for conditioning fine suaNIA

save a white man's crops didn't the satisfaction of knowing that the 266, Okeechobee, Florida.Mr. riding horses. Palatable, easily digested oAtourl I
worry them. This wasn't a question folks at home are doing everythingthey Coming Attractions"THE I I wholesome. Heavy in oats.!
of race, color creed.
or possibly can to provide the opportunity and Mrs F. M. Mobley and j I
This was a case of a neighbor .
for their successful operations Mrs. Will Raulerson spent Sundayin
needing help, help that these humble In the normal, CONSPIRATORS""THE Dundee where
work-a-day they went to attend
colored farm folk. were able to give world the State Chamber said DOUCHGIRLS" a family reunion of the Mob- I Burgess Supply Co.
They laughed and I" .
sang as they V "DESERT SONG""SINCE I ley family The reunion of the Mob- 'I """" Formerly Wilson' Farmer Supply
worked and they did a magnificent My heart has I
always assured and
YOU WENT AWAY" ley family at some place lit Polk OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
job. They welcomed this opportunityto reassured me that the gospel of county is an annual affair where .
do something for a kindly, friendly Christ must be a divine reality "STAGE DOOR CANTEEN": I all of the family gets together once
man whJfon numerous occasions I Daniel Webster.
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CERY. You are hereby required to appearat CIIECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH
Christ Scientist Boston Mass. Jun. 4 tnv office In Okeechobee, Florida,
Atlanta. Ga.-The number of prisoners Chancery ('A" No. en LIQUID for
on July 2, A. D 11)15, to bill of compliilnt ,
of war working in agriculture EDNA CLAY DILLON, ) fur divorce filed against yon f* MALARIALSYMPTOMS
Plaintiff. | iiv Mary LeeVoodle, In Circuit Court 6 6
and In the seven southeasturn | %
Industry VB. I if Okewlioboe Countv, Florida, In de-
Lasting world peace has Its roots divlduals are beginning to be recognized I states has been Increa+ed by LONNIE'DILl.ON, ) \ fault, whereof Decree Pro Confesso \J take only a) directedELECTRICAL
Defendant. ) will be entered against you Theikpeeliobi
In tho permanency of divine laws : by those outside Christian more than 10,000, Headquarters, I AITF.ABTHE I .. News Is designated as ths
and cannot bo expected to rise from Science was revealed by the Committee Fourth Service Command has announced. ORDER newspaper In which Ibis order shall
lop each week for tour
STATE OP FLORIDA publlKlied once
foundations of selfish desires and on Publication which pointedout I II To I.onnle Dillon, 111 South Broadway \ itiHceiitlve weeks

aim, The Christian Science Boardof that recently In California I I The figures show that Industry. !I It Is ,hereby Lexington ordered, Ky,that yon are \\HnoM Okeerhobcp my ,hand Okcechnhee and official County sealnt WORK

Directors told the annual meet. Christian Scientists were exempted the increase is 6,604 and In agrl- I I II { required to appear on the 18th day Florida, thin Riot day of May, 1049 1 ,
: of June. 11)41: before the above cntl'led' ROY R. KAULERSON.
Ins of Tho Mother Church, The voluntarily from proposed health I I culture, 4,413 for a total of 10807. Court. to the Mil of Complaint filed I Clerk of Circuit Court, Okee-

First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Insurance legislation sponsored by :I In industry the prisoners will j entise.against And yon In The the Olteechobee above entitled NewsIs chobee By County Doris Gardner Florida, D. :. P. P. EVANSHOUSE

Boston Monday. Governor Earl Warren and the C. : work In processing pulpwood. In logging I hvreriy designated' as the news- a
In which this order shall he It may serve as a comfort to us
I paper
Commending the efforts of the I. and in canning peaches,
piilillslied. once a week for lour 14))
0.Radio In all calamities and afflictions
California peace conference to activities of the Mother I citrus fruit juices and pickles.beans'l) cunwetitlve weeks.WITNESS our
the Honorable A. O. that he who loses anything and WIRING
evolve a practical basis upon which Church have been extended, the Agriculture enters the picture t I\nnner as In.IIof this Court and '
(he seal of this Court In the City ofOkrechoblw. | gets wisdom by It, is f gainer by I
nations might outlaw war for all Committee reported, as the with plsoners cultivating as well as
Okeechohee Count, Florida the loss.-L'Estrange.
time, the Directors pointed out that of a weekly program launched over harvesting crops. They will harvest this 17th day of Mav. 11)45. i .
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these efforts would be 148 stations consisting of electrical such crops as peaches, wheat, oats Clerk ROY of U.Circuit HAULERSON Court, ,

Insofar as they reflect lueCeUfUI\\ transcriptions recorded from the and rye but will help the manpower Okeechobee County, Florida I
I (Circuit Court Seal)
tion of God's government In human auditorium of the church. These are shortage by "bearing down" on cultivating

affairs broadcast throughout the United I I peanuts and they will be .
The Directors' message featured States and in Canada, Hawaii, and j Introduced to the good old southern 8H.I. I\M ': \t.l1Lf
I :- !
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the fourth annual gathering of the Canal Zone. custom of chopping cotton. i NOTICE H! IIIIIIKIIY: : GIVES, tbat.r.n..uant ,
I I : to ,.'tlnn 13 (I ii.) ( hRp.rJllllr.
, Christian Scientists to be held under Demands for Christian Science Aside from farm fields, the prisoners \\. of Florida AH"" of 1U41/ f tJJ
and Section 117. Chapter 11717, Lnl\8
the restrictions of wartime tra literature continue to Increase, according are working in the naval ( of Florida. Acts of j'.ilil as amended

vel. The audience reflected the desire < to the Trustees. Under the stores industry-which means the I[ l h) Si'HIon 11. Chapter SIMVW: lows of
t'lorida. Acts of 11H1, and. also pnr- IL .
of the Directors that Mother will of Mary Baker Eddy Mrs. Ed- chopping, dipping and other operations -, mint to Section I 12 Charter 2U7.2. :' i
I II of Florida. Acts CT 1011 asnnieuiled >A
Church members living beyond the dy's writings, for instance were In the process of manufacturing Lows bv Section lit: Chapter, '.'207! r-,:&: t

I 60-mile area of Boston should abide figured to have risen In sale 23 crude gum Into turpentine. I t.cllon n\rs ,of 41.Florida Cbapto121)72'Acts of. 11113 Laws. and of !31J

by the requests of the Office of per cent from 1941 to 1942, 57 per V I Klnrldn. Acte of I''ll.\' no nmondcd, bv ,
'.0711, I.IIWI of
Defense Transportation and remain I cent In 1943 and 78 per cent in 1044. In all Instances where our ex Section Florida, 21.Acts, Chapter of 11111.: Ih.' (,dtowlogdeserlhed

at home this year.Highlighting The total sales for last were In lids In tlkeetuohet' County.
perlence of the past has been extensive
\ \ Florida, to-wlt:
the meeting was the said to be more than twice those and uniform, our judgment Let's Raise the Money in the
I Lots 8 & 7, Blk. 100, City of Okeechobee
election of Mrs Myrtle Holm Smithof of the last full pre-war year, 1940. as to the future amounts to moral

Waban Mass. President of I Lots 5 to 8 Ini-. Blk. A, OVeecho-
as th.1 The Trustees of the Christian certainty.-Seattle, SDLot
I Leo Dcvi'lupwvut Co's
Mother Church for the ensuing Science Publishing Society reportedthe v 1, Hlk. !M, South Okecchobee MIGHTY SEVENTHOur
Lot 1, Blk. 10, South Okeechobee
year, succeeding Paul Stark Seeley, most active year in the Soci Christian experience teaches faith Lots :5 &. 0, Blk. 1S7, City of Okee-

and the re-election of Roy Garrett I; ety's history, measured In terms of rhobee
I In the right and disbelief In the Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Blk. 40 City of
Watson, Treasurer, and Mary G. circulation advertising, and total wrong. It bids us work the more Okeechobee flag flies once again over Corregidor.The .
Ewing, Clerk.Christian X. 40 ft. lots 17 to 20 Inc., Blk. 40,
business volume. The Christian Science
earnestly In times of persecution, City of Okeechobee cost was great in blood and pain, but our

Scientists heartily con Monitor, and ether publicationsof because then our labor is more Lots 1 to 11 Inc., less lot 8, Blk. back. And Iwo
did not turn on
of OkeechobeeLots fighting men
tin city
cur In the of confer
purpose peace the Society, all reached new highs
needed.-Mary Baker Eddy. 12 and 13, Blk. CO, City of
ence representatives In California In circulation, they said. The Monitor's Okoechnbee Jima, four thousand men-more and more-

to find ways and means te preventwar Paris branch has been reopened NOTICE TO CRF.JtITORSl9 Lot 11, Blk. 150: City of Okeechobee died to take the long step forward to Victory.

the Directors stated. They saw' and overseas activities "will beI I IX( TIIR 3 Probate COURT Act OF S.TilE.... 11 COUNTY*. He Lot 8. Blk. in Wright's First Addition Twenty thousand others suffered wounds.

. these efforts as making practical resumed as rapidly as we are privileged JfDOK, OKKECIIOBHE COUNTY Lot 3. Blk. 10. Ulverslde Park Add. !
the to
Yes we're Tokyo
the Sermon en the Mount. FLORIDA IX PROBATE. Lots 3 & 4, Blk. 1.18, City of Okee- on way
to do so"More
In re: Estate of ) ehobee
"The manifestation of God's law than 1,000,000 lines of new Charlotte James Holmes) Lots :5 & 0, Blk 11CII: of Okee-

can never fail to quiet the turbu advertising were added to the Mon Tn All Creclltnr PepMsort and I'ersons Having Bee rhobee SOS.7 ft.V of NB Cor. ofStt.li At home, your contribution to Victory is

lent waters, but we must assiduously itor's columns, with both the number Claims or Demands Against Said of SWH, Tiiin W BOS7 ft., I measured in dollars. The Seventh War Loanis
Estate: I S 20S7 ft.. E 20S7 ft.. N 2C< 7
strive to rule out of 'sur thoughts) of advertisers and lineage attaining You and each of you are hereby i ft., In 1'1.' .c. 21 Twp, 37, Kire 35, the biggest in America's history because
notified and required to present any
work 1
which would containing acre
", any qualities new high volumes, it was clnlnis end demands which you, or Heg. 1J1: <.1 ft. S of XH" Cor ofSWI4 seven billion dollars must be raised FROM
against, ratter than for the peace stated The Trustees Indicated that either of von.. may hare nuntnst the of S\V' H Run W 20S7 ft.
pf the individual, and therefore of estate of Charlotte James Holmes, deceased S BO ft. E 2M 7 ft.. N 50 ft. II... INDIVIDUALS ALONE. That means you
many Important developments were late of .ulil County, to the 21, Twp. 37, IIro. 33. containing
this the Directors County Judge of Okeochnhce County, must and BIGGER War Bonds.
the world. In way, in store for the Monitor in the postwar I 'i aero. buy more
Florida at his offlct In the court
world Lot 4 to 32\ Inc.. Peter Raulerson
Indicated that peace era, and to this end orders have house of said County at Okeechobee. lID
stems from the Individual overcom Florida wIthin eight calendar months Lots R4 to 87 : SO to 40 Inc., Peter in for
been placed for new presses and from the time of he first publication liaulerson S/D This is really two great one ;

I ing of human faults. other printing equipment of the of this notice. Each claim or demand E 2421 ft. of lot 47 & W 132.2 ft. had been called
this time last
one's spiritual' shall he in writing, and shall state of lot 4. Peter Itnulerson !lID year you upon
"In order to
finest quality. the place of residence and post office Lot 4( exceptV 132.2 ft, Peter I As
understanding clear there must be .v. address of the claimant sod shall be I rtmilpmon !elm I twice to subscribe War our fighting

deep consecration in thought and "GOD THE ONLY CAUSE sworn agent 0"1'-to attorI"rI8i1 hv the; clAhnnut.;;; .his cb-clalrn or her Lot Lot 4::10*).. Peter Peter Hanlerson Itaulemon RIO 8/D' l! men raise Old Glory all over the worldlet'sraise

deed to the government of divine AND CREATOR" CHRISTIAN ,I or demand ROS1E not en LEE tiled FLINT shall: be, void. Lot Okpechobee 4. I 5 & 8, Block 155 City of I the money back home !

Principle. There 'caA be.no lasting SCIENCE SUBJECT SUNDAY As executor of the Lam111 and '
*-f* Testament of I will\ b.. offered for ante at public ont
peace where selfishness reigns I Charlotte James Holmes deceased rrr for the highest and best rash tilt .
'"God the Only Cause and Creator' nilbject! the of the Board
10HNOTI'E to right o
Therefore, it is ,by those who base First publication May 4tl, I Commissioners of Everglades Drain
is the of Hie Lesson-
their thoughts upon God's laws that subject age District ond'or Hoard of Count'
Sermon which will be read in Commissioners of Okeechohee CountvFlorida BANK
be nkrwhol County, Flu.Ma.May. GKEECHOBEE COUNTY
the present global problems can 19, IMS to reject anv and, all bid
attained." Churches of Christ Scientist, thru- at the Courthouse, beginning nt 10-o: '
solved end a lasting peace NOTICE!: is HEREBY GIVEN that i o'clock A. M. on the lath day n
member out the world on Sunday, June 10. |,ur ,iiant to Section' 0 of Cbalt.r i dralna.iianil
Directors stated that Jane. 104.1: Easement for 1
laws Klnrldn.
1 0 I.I.
Mother Church was now The Golden Text Is"Thou: art known as the MURPHY ACT, and Inpursuance I' reclamation and road purposewill '
ship In 0 Lord to receive of Chapter 20IV. Laws of lie reserved. OFFICERS
worthy, glory
that It was 3S I of known the I
four times greater Florida. Acts 11)41. ae I1O\RD OK COMMISSIONEDOP :
There Is a growing awareness | and honour and powers for thou F. V.: It G DES DHAIXAGT PI.TIiCT *. KVEKflLADC: ) DRAINAGE I C. H. McNULTY, President
ago. ACT, the following. "leirlhed -
yean they said. of the need for hast created all things and for thy I| land situated In Everglades" DISTRICTand S. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. R. B. MESERVE, Vice-Pro,

and His pleasure they are and were cre- nrnlnnge District I In Okewliobee I BO\RI op rorxTY COM
anselfl ,fc service to God County Florida, will be offered for MI "SIONFIK OK OKEECHO DIRECTORS
t frankness and honesty ated" (Revelation 4: 11). 1 ,.,ile) uc pul'llc outcry for the highest BEE CtH'.NTY. Fl Oh!I1).t.
law. Without Among the citations which mil lust cash Md, subject to the right I By ROY U. RAt'LtiLSON. i R. B. Meserve J. \M. Roe, St. J. 0. Pearce Allen MarkhamE.
In the world, they added "we comprise ..f the TriiKtws or the Intirmil Inprovement ..- Clerk! of the Circuit Cour' M. Meserve C. II. McNulty; N. Ray Carroll
In which there is the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol-: Fund and of me Honrd .fC"mmll.loners Clerk of the Circuit Court oOkeechobee
have a whirlpool Everglades. ImilnairiiDistrict Florida
lowing from the Bible "Thus saith < County. i Phone 15
: and nil hide !
stuadiness and no rest. to reject any ns a'l"' 'nt for until\ Hoards.
no the Lord the King of Israel, and at the Courthouse. lu>glnnln( at 10.00,| By DORIS GARDXEU.
tribute to the courageous o'clock A. M. on the ISth day of Deputy Clerl
In tit redeemer the Lord of hosts I outside'
; June, 1U43. As to all lands
f Great Britlan againstthe municipality. --------. .
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limits -
struggle the corporate any ---
I am the first, and I am the lust;
tide of !Nanism: at Und us of this date, title to oue-
and beside me there is no God" half of all petroleum and three fourthsof I
after the time when she stood alonein (Isaiah 44:6). other minerals will be reserved by ,
armed reoiitance, and to Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund ----- 1I I
her The Lesson-Sermon also Includes ; If lands are within said corporate -
those who held on In other lands, limits as of this date the reservation THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
"Their consecrated the following passage from the' applies but privilege to explore 'i
the Directors : Christian Science textbook, "Sci mine and develop will be conducted ,
and unceasing efforts on and under Innds only with ,
prayers with a ence and Health with Key to the the consent of the surface owner. I II | RATIOV lltkARD'i
have been rewarded Scriptures" by \Mary Baker Eddy I Eaxeinputs for road right of way 200 ':, I _
by said,
be reserved
vie ." feet wide will
tory I
glorious "There Is but and throughwhich
one creator one Trustees from Any parcel I
The Directors also paid tributeto there Is an existing stats rondtsnt :
creation.. This creation consists of
and reclamation
and wartime easement for drainage II
the faithful chaplains the unfolding of spiritual ideas and and for road purposes will be
ministers who are "bringing reserved by the Board of Commie
their identities, which are embracedin sinners of Everglades Drainage Dls-

comfort, healing and spiritual the infinite Mind and forever re- 'rlct.DfM'rlptloni. k gI

strength" to thousands of men and flected. These ideas range from the Lots 1 to 4, Blk A. Okeecbobee

women In the) armed forces. Infinitestimal to infinity, and the Development 'Co's SID
Lots 1 to 8. and It to 23. Blk. B.
Stating that) the greatest catastrophe ( highest Ideas are the sons and OVeechobe Development Co's t

to overtake the human race daughters of God" (p. 502: 29-5)\ ). Lots SIP 7 to 11. Blk. B. Okeechobee

was the loss of the tree Import of V Development Pn's !lID
Incoming Lots 12 and 13. Rlk, H. Okeechobee
Jesue' life anal teaching, the GUARDS NEEDED INFEDERAL Development Co's: SID

President attributed that SERVICE Lots 1 tn IS & If to 32 Inc., Blk.r. .
Okeechobee Development Co's
loss to Jesus' followers reverting BID ,
of thinking and Veterans ae wanted to fill war Lots 14 & 13. Blk. ('. Okeechobee -
old .
to their way
Development ('n' 8/D
service positions guards at }!,-
living, or "trying to graft the new Lots 10 & IT. Blk. C. Okeecbobee t
cautioned against 824 a year Those appointed will Development Co's S/D'
She .
onto the old. Okeecho- s I -
Lot. 8 to 11 Inc. Elk 1.
the human race losing Its spiritual patrol buildings and grounds for 1' be Heights SID I. f ;

for the various Government agencies in Lot A. Blk. 18, Wright's First
gains of more recent years I' Addition Y
Washington. D. C. At present the Lots 1 to A Inc., Elk D. Wright's t
of United State Civil Service Commission : 2nd Addition
of the defeat
The assurance Lot 1. Blk. R. MoOlnshen 8/D
godless evil seeking world domina Is accepting applications for : Part of Sec 22, Twp. 37 Ego.RM1 .

tion has made 1945 one of the most these jobs from both veterans and Lots 142. Elk D, Southwest

outstanding In human history, the non-veterans. 1 Lots Addition S A 4, Blk. 0, Southwest .

retiring President said. While a One year of expeience as soldier, Addition r
sailor marine Lot S Blk 9. Southwest Addition '
Mast guardsman,
great deal has been accomplished, Lots T 8, Elk, 9 Southwest .....-
Insisted there was plenty still salesman, policeman, deputy sheriff, Addition

he done., He Impressed upon his foreman, bus driver watchman Lou Addition 0 to 12, Elk S, Southwest TOM: "It's mighty nice to receive a com OLD JUDGE: "Simply this can you

to be that the assuredway guard, chauffeur, or farmer, or Incomparable 1 Lots II "IO, Elk 12 Southwest pliment like you've just given us, Judge We think of any other business in which the .
audience, however Addition do take our responsibilities very seriously seller is responsible for what the buyer does
a occupation will be i
accomplishment lies within accepted tote 2. 5 A T, Blk. 12 Southwest
for Addition and try to do the right thing with everywith his merchandise? If a person eats too

the leaven of spiritual truth Im position.as qualifying a guard I Lot Addition, 11 A 12 Blk. 12, Southwest body. In spite of it, we get criticized DOW much cake and gets indigestion the bakerisn't

planted In human consciousness by 1 Lola 1 to 20, Blk. IS. Sontbwest and then." blamed. Nor is the coffee merchant
Christ Jesus nineteen centuries ago. preference applicants of I AddltlnnLnt if someone drinks too much

"Let us rise," he said, "to the op. any age may qualify. Other appli SIP 4. Elk *' Okwnobea Height's OLD JUDGE: "1 know. you've got to and can't sleep. But the seller of spirit beeves

portunltles before us. Let us be cants must be at least 21 years of I TTiTFrq nn '!'n", TV" ,'''. take the bitter with the sweet: in times like erages gets blamed plenty if one of his customers

age. There Is no maximum v41 earnROVF\TF'aT lPTwn these. Speaking of criticism, and I mean
solve the political, agelimit. overindulges. Doesn't seem quits
eager to r.4' TmJ STATE! or FT on. unfair criticism reminds of the
really me "
fair does it Tom?
economic problems con
racial, and ,
ROtRn 011' ,
1'0'10'' '''' spirit beverage business.
fronting the human race. Let us not Further Information -and application 9FTI RVF: : DRAIN. TOM: "Frankly, it doesn't, Judge. We've

fear change, but confidently expect forms may be obtained from Bv DO" n niMTRROiTfAT R .t'TTi! '''nV. Ar..nf FRANK: "How is that. Judge?" never looked at it that way before."

change. Let ui resolve to express most first and second class post fir! imnrnvemrnt Trustees ..f Fond 5110 interim find. I II I

more of the limitless range of offices or from the United States for RnsM of rommlmilonoreof .

thought natural to man." Civil') Service Commission, Washington Irln'Fvenr'ndM: Okadehnhee Dralnsro' County Dls.' rail iJwH..e..i.,....,..y c...,....tl A"".".. ._... 1da.M.a ,...
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