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 15, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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 52 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 15, 1945 Price Five Cents




Service Men "... Enter National 1 .1 Teachers, Arranges Transportationand

Farmers in South Florida who I Windshield stickers A, B, C, or T

the World Over slaughter or have animals slaughtered Garden Contest Indicating the type of gasoline ra- Transacts Other Business

I ;, tioning held by car owners need no
for sale as meat were reminded !
i longer be displayed, It was an- -
I this week by OPA District
Virgil Domey Wilson, seaman second I Twenty-seven Okeechobee County I, nounced this week by OPA District I The Board of Public 'Instruction
Director Dr, James S, Thomas In
t class son of Mr. and Mrs. E. I farm youths will pit their knowledge I> Director James S. Thomas In Miami. THE GADFLYBy of Okeechobee County, Florida, met

J. Wilson of Okeechobee, has completed I Miami that they must obtain a class of efficient production and marketing ; This action wa* taken, he said, In the office of the Superintendent,

training in the aviation ordinance 3 slaughterer's permit by filing a methods against boys and girl because of the use of endorsed, ser.lally MarJorie B. WallaceIn on the above date. Those" presentwere

school of the U. S. Naval simple form with their War Price of 45 states In the fifth annual con- numbered ration coupons "The the little green sheet entitled : Van E. Llghtsey W. J. Thomas

Air Technical Training Center at and Ration Board, before July 1; test of the National Junior Vegetable new rationing allotments, effective I Rotary Ifi-Lites which It prepared W. H. Harden 'and "Superintend

Norman, Oklahoma He will now even though they may not be Growers Association June 11, will not mean more gasoline by the Rev. Howell each week and ent Carl T. Durranc'e/ '

be transferred to a naval unit afloator slaughtering until next fall or This county's entries are eligibleto for all B users," he pointed i placed beside the plates of the The mftiutes "of 'the previous meetIng *

to another shore station for fur. winter.A compete for awards from the $6- out. Only those B ration holders members, there Is a paragraph were read and approved

ther Instruction and work. class three slaughterer, he defined 000 scholarship fund provided an- whose essential occupational drive which seemed aimed directly at the Mr. K. E. Stelloj Agent for Citizens

Is a resident operator of a nnually for the association contestby ing needs exceed their present B Gad-Fly.] M/. Howell suggests that !I: Insurance Company of New

On the first page of Whiting farm who sold not more than six the A &: P Food Stores, Prof. allotments will be eligible for the note be taken of the good job being :'; Jersey, appeared before the board

Tower, published for the personnel I thousand pounds of meat, resulting: I Grant B. Snyder, of MassachusettsState new Increase, he asserted. done by the Mayor and Council In I' and requested the board to continuethe

of the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, from slaughter of his own livestock College, advisory chairman of Eligible holders of B rations need mowing the parks and streets and School Bus Insurance business

Whiting Field] Milton, Florida, Issue last year. I the junior group reported. The have no concern over their expiration keeping them clean. I with his company for another year

of May 20, appears a Memorial Those who sold no dressed meatin awards Include a (500 national dates, he explained, because additional So I proceeded to note these interesting Upon motion of W. H. Harden, Seconded -

Day photograph symbolizing the 1944 may register with their Ration -I i championship, four (200 regional' rations will be computedfrom and praiseworthy effortsof by W. J, Thomas, the board

desire of the Navy to keep faith Boards and obtain a permit to awards, 33 sectional championship tables provided by OPA, so the Mayor and the Council, and agreed to place the School Bus' In-

.. with those who have fallen. One I, market up to 400 pounds this year; of $100 each and two war bond that all applications will receive here and now give them due credit.I surance with Mr. Stello for the fiscal -

of the chief figures; Is Eva Hall I I but no permit Is required to dress offered outstanding contestants In their full allotment of gasoline after doubt that Okeechobee has any year 19 546..

Sl/e (Y), daughter of Mr. and Mrs.R. meat for the farmer's own home each state."The June 11 : regardless of the expira- feature more Individual and memor- Upon motion of W. H. Harden,

B. Hall !I consumption, from livestock he has 1945 contest has a dual purpose tion date of their present rations. able than Its boulevarded Main seconded by W. J. Thomas, the following -

raised, Dr. Thomas observed Simple ," said Prof. Snyder. "One la Applications should be tailed to I I Stem. Certainly these parks right salary schedule was adoptedfor
forms for reporting sales will be the War Price Rationing Board, together through the center of town must
Antwerp, Belgium, May 28, 1943 to emphasize the vital need for Increased bus drivers!
supplied to farmers when their permits with applicant's mileage record strike the eye of a passer-through Bus No.1, Upthegrove $85.00
Dear Bryant! food production in wartimeand ?
are issued, he added he laid.Vacation. Immediately, for there are few
Bus No. 2, Sherman .
Would like to any hello to you the second Is to illustrate to 85.00
small towns which boast such
and all my friends back home In Y young people how necessary efficient v can Bus No.3, Eagle Bay 85.00

old 'Chobee. You can't really appreciate I Reapportionmentissue production and marketing Bible a layout. On the whole, the parks Bus No.4, Brighton 90.00
are nicely] planted, due to the burst
that little town until you methods will be to the vegetable Bus No.5, Basinger . 90.00

leave It and see what some of the growers of the future. Winners are of enthusiastic interest on the partof Bus No.7, Ft. Drum . 90.00
Mars Rotary School In Session the women of the town some
other parts of the world have to go I decided on the basis of the contest- Bus No.8, Colored School 50.00
years ago, when a daily sight was
through with.It I ants' efforts on studies of production Upon motion of W. J. Thomas,
Perfect RecordPride this WeekThe a group of them putting out trees
would seem liko a little bit of and marketing, their vegetable Daily seconded by W. H. Harden, the
and shrubs, or hitting their thumbs
heaven to be back there right now projects and their community ac- board appointed Alton Chandler as
building trellises, What became of
-believe me, even with its cliques tivities." I driver for School Bus No 5, Bas
goeth before fall, and the Methodist church Is holdingthis that Interest?
and factions It's hard to beat. Of
the from this
Among contestants
Rotarians 100 percent attendance week Its annual Vacation Bible'School : The band stand looks like an or
course I would like to see more Industry enrolled Earl Upon motion of W. J. Thomas,
record fell last week when Bill county already are: with an average attendance' phan child. It ought to be fixed up I seconded W. H. Harden
there, and believe it will the
H. Hansel Hubert
Hendry was unable to make up his Elwyn of between 50 and CO young people i and painted, or torn down. board appointed Wilbur Hazellief
come some day. Bass Clinton E. Bass Clifford as
club meeting at Tallahassee! However from tiny beginners to seniors. My hat Is off to Ed Knight, who school bus driver NJ. 4, Brighton.
More vegetables could be pro
Buss S. Arnold Robert
his fellow members decided to I Perry Classes begin at 9:30: in the morn- Is making a good effort to clean up The
duced and canned, our quavas couldbe W. Hancock Jr. Hulon bidden Secretary presented to the
forgive him If he would stick on : Ing and continue for two hours around his garage-I recommend a board the
processed there, and more beef recommendations of the
M. Kinsaul Cecil L. Holmes
the job there as long as necessary I with a recess between. like activity to Bennie and Clayton local Board of Trustees for the following
and pork produced and processed
John Smith, Clifton L. Godwin
to force the reapportionment bill Ed has stacked most of his auto
Prof. C. III, William la general named teachers to be
right there; every little bit creates
John E. Whidden, Jr., Earl Walker
through the legislature. The Rotar- superintendent of the school, and parts neatly, burned combustible on the faculty of the Okeechobee
that much employment and I
Orval M. Hunter H. J. Crouch
lane also voted to send telegrams tra.h. cut down high ..di, with
.. ttt nondurli the devotional which opens w schools for the 1045-46 terms
4lenkeeps business .
> -n emPloy-I Harden I ?
Cecil B. n.'TLllf
to the Wayne rJ.i the result that there Is
the president of the Senate each day's activity: he also plans already a
I have been In England, Earl L McGruder, H. I. Scott, Hil- I tremendous Mrl. Lottie Raulerion, UKeecho-
Speaker of the House, and our representatives and supervises recreational activi Improvement. In spite
Belgium, Holland and a small partof don V. Rogers, Jack R. Gardner, bee Elementary,
them to stand of the yowls of from
urging protest
ties. Among the daily acts of devotion garage
Germany. Some of the things one Curtis Leitner W. Perrin Okeechobee 1
Robert A. Hayes, Tom ,
pat on this important question. Is a pledge to the Christian owners, I still Insist that a garage
sees are very much surprising, some John Smith, all of Okeechobee; Ar Schools
Clifford Boyles was In charge of flag and to the American flag CAN be neat and tidy, that necessary -
of the trains look about like of
thur L. Lee of Ft. Drum; Harold C. CAN be J. E. Starling, Okeechobee Schools
junk stored In straight
the 1800'si of course there are a few the program and gave a most Inter- of Bassinger. The teachers are: Beginners, Mrs.
Ketring lines and neat piles that it Is Upon motion of W. H. Harden,
crack trains, both electric and die- eslng account of the various duties P. P. Evans, assisted by Mrs. W. I. so
v less unsightly, that the grounds seconded by W. J. Thomas, the
eel. of a County Agent, especially In Lawson and Mrs. Roebuck; Primary
OF around CAN be raked free of old board appointed Mrs. Lottie Hauler-
4-H club work, which most County
One thing that surprised me the class, Mrs. W. D. Howell, assistedby
SUN. CHURCH OF CHRIST, boards and trash and kept clean, son as a teacher In the Okeechobee -
Agents consider their most Important
most was the lack of damage In Perilee Hunt; Juniors, Miss
work and privilege. Mr. Boyles SCIENTIST SUBJECT 17TH and that a garage CAN make a living Elementary School for the
London. Why, I've seen a decent Parrish, assisted by Miss Sarah
hurricane tear up more In FloridaIn stated that there are about two million Howell; Intermediate-Senior class, for Its owner even if these 1945-4 school term.
"God the Preserver of Man" Is the things be done. Thank Ed motion of W. H. Hardln
one town than the bombs did In boys and girls in 4-H clubs, the Rev. Howell. you Upon ,

that place.If more than half of them In the subject of the Lesson-Sermon WhIC"1 Knight, for an excellent start on a seconded by W. J. Thomas, the
The general theme of the schoolIs
one wants a rubber tired southeastern states, teaching the will\ be read in Churches of good job. board appointed Tom W, Perrin as
any "The Teachings of Jesus", and
doll carriage with leather top, why young people of the farms the modern Scientist, throughout the world on I the theme song which is being A group of sailors were putting High School Physical Education Director

I will be glad to take order for it I and easy ways of doing things, Sunday, June IT. memorized as part of the schedule, In time between busses at the Pad- and Athletic Coach and J, E.

and purchase it the next time thatI so that they are happy to stay on The Golden Text Is: "Let Integ Is "I'll Go Where You Want Me ToGo gett station when I was there the Starling, as a teacher In the Elementary
the farm Instead of deserting It for other day. One officer, with a cold School and Assistant Athletic
am In England. Also, If the food rity and. uprightness preserve me; ." The theme of study Is developed -
situation is bud I can get you can- : city life. for I wait on thee. Redeem Israel, :: through memory verse and bottle In his fist, strolled a little Coach.

ned salmon] pork and beans, and He described the Short Course 0 God, out of all his troubles." 'i Bible stories for the tots, to an Intensive i way up South Park street from the Upon motion by, W. J. Thomas,

nearly any type canned food packedby I which Is offered to outstanding boys (Psalms 25: 21, 22). I[ study of the parables making I corner, turned and strolled aroundthe seconded by W. H. Harden, the

our leading packers back In the and girls of the 4-H clubs each summer I The lesson-sermon also Includes notebooks, and dally blackboard corner a little ways, and came board rejected an application for

States, and for less money than I between the closing of local "Nothing Is more disheartening I' talks for the senior pupil back. "Good gosh almighty", he ex- purchase of the Ft. Drum school
schools and the opening of regular clair.ed-only he didn't "gosh""What
say building.
was paying for It when I was home.A At
the close
than to believe that there I I. a of the school general
standard size of salmon pack summer school at Gainesville and a heck of a mess!"-only There being no further business
opposite to God, or good, ] exercises will be held to which
ed In California was selling forequal the FSCW. This year 185 boys attended power I he didn't say "heck". the meeting adjourned.
the parents and friends of the
and that God endows this opposingpower pupils
to thirteen cents American the Short Course at the University with strength to be used I and of the church will be invited. So, you see? Van E. LIghtsey, Chairman,
and two Okeechobee boys There really Is a building ordin-
money In Winchester, England, in against Himself, against Life, health, Attest Carl T, Durrance, Secretary
February. went with Mr. Boyles; J. C. Bass I ance here, an authority told me. It .
harmony, Every law of matter or the V V
If can buy it for that prig and John Smith. specifies just what sort of structures -
you body, supposed to govern man, is ILL HEALTH FORCES C. J. HOWARD C. KETRLNG
in Chobee now, do it and save It, J. C. Bass was present at the law may be put up In certain areas
rendered null and void by the LOVVORN TO RESIGN FROM
and when I get back home I will meeting and told the Rotarians I Like the band stand It seems to -
of Life, God" (p. 380: 28-1)). POSITION AT CLEWISTON Whereas, Almighty God In His
did. have broken down somewhat. Except
eat can and all on the court house about his trip and the work he I -

steps the first day I am back. The boys are divided into squadson !I when its provisions are Invokedto infinite wisdom, has seen fit to remove -

Understand me, I'm not griping their arrival, and various activities I make a final burst of speed in helpIng c. J. Lovvorn, who for the past keep someone from building from our midst one of our

about anything, I just don't have and athletic contests betweenthe I to meet this quota, so that Okee- twelve years has been connected something not desired by the city teachers, Howard C. Ketrlng, and

the brains that some folks do and squads enliven their study with the payroll and timekeeping I council It seems to repose In Its Whereas, we feel that the Com
chobee county may go "over the top"
can't figure these things out. courses. Young Bass was a member I promptly In accordance with Its departments of the United States I pldgeon-hole quite forgotten. Certainly munity of Basinger and Its school ,

France appeared to me to be the of the Honor Squad which made the record. Sugar Corporation and head of the the members of the councilcan has sustained a serious loss In the

hardest hit of any country that I've I highest score in scholarship as well ,I past I department for the past four or five conveniently forget It, apparently passing of Mr. Ketrlng, whom we

been in. I saw people there that as athletic events, but lost the final Chief Parkerson exhibited pic- years, resigned his position effective held in highest esteem as a teacher -

were hungry and what were once event of the season-a ball game I tures taken at the groundbreakingfor June 1. III health was given by Mr. ; I sometimes wonder If you peopleIn therefore

nice towns blown to ruins. with the County Agents, who held the new plant at West Palm I i Lovvorn a* his reason for resignation ; Okeechobee realize what a sad Be It Resolved, that we extend to

I have heard a few but bombs up for three innings of fast play to I Beach for the Florida] Power and i i i at this time. I difference there Is In the civic spirit his family our heartfelt sympathy

and know the feeling you get when beat their youthful competitor 10 Light company, showing Mayor Mr. Lovvorn was replaced Saturday -' evidenced in this town some eight (Continued on Page Two)
to Raulerson hard at work digging by John Ket l who ha* been here t
the motor shuts off and you wonderif 3.R. years ago, when we first came ,
you are In the right spot B. Meserve reported on the I with a spade and also supervisingthe with the corporation since 1928. He and today. Believe me, it Is a fact J

And Japan brags she can fight on status of the 7th War Loan drive. I excavation work of a drag line served for many years a* sugarhouse I that the whole attitude of the town grounds clean, your own house

for thirty yearsl! Why we don't get The $34,000 quota of E-serles bonds bucket. timekeeper and about six as a whole seems to have changed painted, your own store building or
has been I Two members were absent, both months ago came to the office a* and Shallwe
hard for just once and use gas on i oversubscribed heavily, greatly for the worse. place of business neat, Is a grand

those babies and prove to her that | In Okoechobee county, but the total out of town. Guest were J. E. Cone, t I, Mr. Lovvorn'i assistant blame it on the war? beginning. But the TOWN is a collective

she can be licked In a few months, | quota has not been met as yet. Only with Dave Coker, and Raleigh Raul- I Mj.: Lovvorn mad no announcement Okeechobee Is your responsibility, responsibility Unless you '

aura beat me.I $5,000 of the $20,000 quota of F erson, with his father, President I as to plans] for the future and It should be your pride. A few enlarge your personal pride to civic

will shut up for now. and G series bonds have been sold. Raulerson. other than that he would visit for Individuals, however, Industrious and pride, Okeechobee will always be a

Yours truly, Mr. Meserve, seconded by President The program chairman for next I a while in Winter Haven, Monti- visionary, cannot make this a townto shabby little cow-town. Hard words

T/6 Chas. N. Robinson. Raulerson exhorted the members to week has not been announced. (Continued en page t) be proud of. Keeping your own Granted. But, unfortunately true.



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< hrrrl11hrl'! [ N1'Ctta RATION WEEK CALENDXR OF JUNE FOR: 11, 1943 I created for the purpose of filling I OKOHGE TilE STATE IIOWAUD OF FLORIDA WOODLB TOlI Boot

I It Vt .J"uJu vacancies in areas designated as 4. Ilox 80 KMclsville, North Carolina. ;

the Processed Foods I Blue Stamps ff r; eIUf 'V 1fOWl4, I II critical by the State Welfare Boardon i I at You niv are office hereby In Okeechobee required. to, Florida appeari ,
Published Every Friday by i,
lJ nn July 2, A. U. 11MS. to com-
of porsonnef
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeeebo- I N2: I'2. Q2, R2, S2 now valid, expire : account shortages.Its i plnlnt for divorce filed nirnlnst you .
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida June 30. I .{" I II tenure will not exceed the duration ,lv Mary I.ee Woodlii In Circuit Court .
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oldwholipiCoimtv, Florida In default -
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BRYANT 1 4 month) I will lie entered against you The
expne July 81 I 4 1h: OI""h"hre! NCWR Is designated as then
I Bl valid, I -e I Interaction In regard to the ex- .simper In which thIs order shall
Entered us ...on" MUM mutter July I Y2.: Z2, Al Cl now I each week for fourehnsecatlve
ho published once
1, 111 I, lit the Tout Offlw In Ollho'l 31. umiuutions bo obtained from I I I .
August may weeks.VltMi'KS
eXI'| C .1. i III": f.jiii-filth originated llj that tor-
her, Fin., under Act of MnrS, 1T9. I | and official seal
-_ 1)1, LI; Fi, 01, III now valid, The decision ', loi>'. and i>m.;,. six per n-nt origin- the :Merit System Office. P. 0. Box nt Okeccliob mv ,hand Okeechuhro County

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I expire September 89.Miata Conn ero o I'' '.>"! in the South. Hi Gainesville, FI*., i or unit and ,1 I 1'1 1 rid
One Tear In advance . . .$200Y and Fats ned Stamp. M iy IV. rives !j The HlgniTicnnce' of that Is this: I district offices of the State Wei arc Clerk of Circuit Court. Okee-

! 'Y Months In advance . . 1.00 1 .!, F2, 02, 112, J2 now valid, courni;.'me'nt to I I I ">, In ,the south were able to man- Board, offices of tiie" Industrial cliobre County.Doris, Gardner FloridaBy / D. C.

Three Months In advance . ..75it.ndtna i! exp re June 30 I dustry in the I', '. and sell tn one-half the i Commission or office of the Florida I II I I .------ -- -. '-
- _. Mu N2, P2 valid I II I Employment Service, Grigsby
I i L2 now expire of the United State cen
11'0110.. In local enlnmnn, 10( cision we won ) I! Advertise in The News
rents n line. Jtnfes for dlnptnr adverfWnir I July 31. I have been in this orthern t.< -Utority, '' ataUd. I IVi1J
ftirnlnned' on npnllrntlon Clfin"- c.." r.a, 62, T2, V2 now valid, carloads of I ..
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pf !Inwrtlon. All Horn warding enterprise oxp re August 81. gelling the a ., ., conducted nt advertising for profit rates arerhTiron'ili' \': \\2, X2, Y2, Z2 -DOW' valid, ,inn. and factories I I II i which they bought.. They I' I I I

exp.10 Sep'ember 30 Lion centers of 'I red fo. tKmae'ves' eighty I II I .
*drorM'tn? Mils nre pavaMe on the I I
1.t ,,f emh month. Parties nnknown to Sugar;. This decision l'r cent of the ,'irloads of the 1I. 'l1'1
,,',"".hoo rcqntrod to pay In advance. I I
S No 86, good for 6
Stamp I
war per cent .. ""' ured and r Ucellantouji 'goo.1" eo rr

I Ibs.. expires August 81. I Is to lay, In !! I \ \ ought. We, on tIle other hand, 1

Season Hre; When Shoes: except large l ; ..ufactuu-d loss than half of the I, s

(: A .I, plane Stamps No.1, 2, 3 now materials in .., of manufactured and mis-

Most Accidents #to goo!. and a de rear "uous goods which we bought ,
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Feel Oil the southern the Seth, whereas, the North I
IVrlods 1, 2, 3, 4, B valid for 10 east of the over one-third of the '
Children HappenSchool I I' fiefs
gallon each.GR"ollnel
The rom we So therncrs bought.

I p1'lncpl. that I This is going to mean that our j I
in out The;; summer Is here. A-15 coupons valid through June uniformity In coi.moditii will be

Over 450,000( children will be holiday 21. structure of the to get Into Northern markets I j in the i
HvV Raise the Money !
bent These children will be tailed rate It Is going to stimulate In- ,

playing everywhere on the streets, Lovvorn later pursuant In the South because we I 1

right In the middle of traffic. They now In compete with northern industry MIGHTY SEVENTH 1i!
(Continued from Fnze One)
will po swimming. They will do all cello and New Orleans. Clewlston I started this on a fair basis. This Is not go i

sorts of things a child's mind can News in 1938 with to hurt our raw material pro- j
which I In the South either. I am i
conceive of. It's up to the grown Later information from Charles I Our flag flies once again over Corregidor.The .
and their to of which I I we will, In the long run, gain
people parents protect
at Tallahassee, states that he has I
these ones from harm. Introduced a I the way around greatly from cost was great in blood and pain, our
The largest number of children promised from Elbert Hendry L. Stewart county, representative and rates to the momentous decision. I fighting men did not turn back. And on Iwo

killed In traffic accidents are of cashier of the bank of Clewlston, 9, 1939. I Great credit for this decision la Jima, four thousand men-more and more-

the 6-14 year group and most of that, as soon as he recouperatesand President the southern Governors, par I died to take the long step forward to Victory.

these are killed during the vacation returns from his vacation trip had his help Governor Holland who car- Twenty thousand others suffered wounds.
time. ning in a most on this fight for so long; and
Children who are Involved In he will undertake a temporary Job, Before this credit Is also due to our Flor- Yes, we're on the way to Tokyo !
with shorter hours and lighter |
by the '. Railroad Commission for they
drowning accidents are mostly of I I duties, at the bank, where his wife
the 5-14 age group and usually area is regularly employed; and where mission, a splendidly led this fight. I At home;' your contribution to Victory is

group of children swimming alone they can drive together to and from dressed I wish President Roosevelt could' measured in dollars, The Seventh War Loanis
pounds, from been living to have seen, too, I
without anyrrown.up. watching : work, until he regains his strength the biggest in America's history because
them-parents or grown-ups should to walk the distance. cago a distance victory_ In this great fight. I
accompany all children when they ,I I cost $1.48 but --V seven billion dollars must be raised FROM

go In swimming and all should waitan I I v quantity of SYSTEM COUNCILTO ; I INDIVIDUALS ALONE. That means you

hour after meals before going Local and Personal ed poultry 907 HOLD EXAMINATIONS; must buy more and BIGGER War Bonds.

Into the water. ther-from I

Every child should learn how to I :Mrs. Bill Wallace; -and three sons would cost $ Gainesville, June 14.-The Merit This is really two great loans in one ; for
swim. The Red Cross chapters, In take Council, jointly serving the i, this time last had been called
I were over-night guests of Mr. and lanta year you upon
to Welfare Board and the Flor
most cities, have swimming classes I Mrs. G. 0. Wallace Friday, on their first-class rate twice to subscribe War Loans. As our fightingmen
Industrial will
and parents should their children an I
to attend these urge classes. way by car to Houston, Texas, to York to examinations for ten classes raise Old Glory all over the world-let's I

"Let's join Chief Warrant Officer Bill first-class rate positions with the two agencies I raise the money back home !
try to make this summera Wallace.Bob ,
the Atlanta the future, to
near according
safe summer. Let everyone practice I I hundred --J- 1
a G. Grigsby, Merit SystemSupervisor. .
safety. Keep your children off Padgett Is out again after a \ the distance .
the streets. Observe all traffic Jaws serious illness and Is being greetedby
yourself. Have your vehicle Inspect. friends with considerable kid shorter. I Positions for which tests will be. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
This has
ed regularly and check your tires," given were listed as clerk, senior i iI
ding about his pretty nurse. Anoutbreak
hurt the South
statistical clerk, typist, stenographer
advises Asher
Frank, of the Florida I I
of illness the
Safety Council. I' among example, the senior stenographer, prin : .
of the town would not be surprising.
cent of
v per stenographer, statistician, sen I OFFICERSC.
country but statistician and war-duration
I Harry Paul Greenberger has returned
School Board cent of the H. McNULTY, President
ltor. The latter is the only so-
to Gainesville to summer N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. R, B. MESERVE, Vice.Pres.
;;:; I.I We, In the ____ I
(Continued Page One) I school, after spending two weeks at. sixteen per DIRECTORSR.

In this their hour of bereavement, home with his family and perfol'm'l but less than ""' '''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''' B. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0. Pearce Allen Markham
the arduous duties of best
and I ing man I national income.Nearly E. M. Meserv C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carroll
Be It Further Resolved, that this for his friend Joe Underhill. Harry I .uvent Gilbert TheatreSUNDAY

Resolution be spread upon a special Paul hopes to be able to finish his people Phone 15

page of the minutes of this Board course before being called to lerI In the Unitod
and that a copy, signed by all the vice. the northern ; & MONDAYJune
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members and Secretary of this Polly Greenberger and Bessie! :Mae nearly sixty .

Board be sent to the Okeechobee I I Ralfsnlder are spending the week. I carload traffic 17.18

News and to his family.Reepectfully I end berger with In:Mr.Clewlston.and Mrs. Jerry Green miscellaneous Special for Dry CowsHelp r ..

submitted, this northern HEDY LAMAR down I
BOARD While giving this this keep calving troubles, ,
one more PAUL HENREID slept up milk production ahead, .uesA,
OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA family information Leo sold her (a) of helps. produce a strong vigorous IfnfpyplNl( {

Van E. Llghtaey, ChairmanW. a slack suit, (b) a pair of pants, 1 articles which In- calf. High in vitamins caow

II. Harden (c) two dresses. If Leo had had any northern Dry and Freshening Chow e

W. J. Thomas I news lately from Teddy, the store "The Conspirators"LATE

Carl T. Durrance, Secretary would b* sold out -
IS TI1K (' !:
v I FOR SALE-80 acres of timbered NIX'lll NEWSU. \ !I J'- to FEED
FOR SALE-15 acres, 10 in grove; I land with house. Located 8',' miles flliiUKK '('( S. BOND SERVICE .. .: A complete! grain ration properly ,

good I room house, electricity; on East of Okeechobee on the Fort Tarn l'IIA Tulilm : : balanced! to go with roughage. ; rualNA
old Eagle Bay Drive 1H miles out; I Pierce Road. Known as the Leitner ) Built for body condition and top M lK
FRIDAY & SATURDAY production
furnished or unfurnished Fred Homestead Leltncr TS..Tmiifs .'.. caow
i Harry Okee- Roland
Wilson, Box 260, Okeechobee Fla. I; chobee, Florida II 'fiiril; You'//// Likt MILK CHOW
Tn THE JAMKH STATK: ; : "Stars On Parade"

know :
It l I. hereby, I with For Full Milk PailsFeed I
I required tn I
I'niirt, to the a proven dairy 1 feed built to
RKnliiat, yon Y help keep cows in condition (for AUgINA
EVERGLADESGRILL cons,. And, \ capacity production and long COw
which hprnhv this' / "His Brother'sGhost" I milking life.[ Ask for U.I caow

OIIPB weeks a, week, ( ) I Feed Purina Cow Chow

Kanner nn M
Oki'ccholirp.the s,nl of

ida thin lath ItoY !' withBUSTER Raise GOOD CALVES

NOW OPEN TO .. On. bag of Calf Startena replaces "
(Circuit Court ) 40 gallon of milk, and growl big,
THE PUBLICREGULAR CARTOON vigorous, thrifty calves.! Saves Urn*,
NEWS labor, and money Rt1RTEMp

,," Start 'em with STARTENA

MEALS I nrorptnent the NOTICB Trustees"Is Coming Attractions

& rinrlrtn will "THE DOUGHGIRLS"
old to the i
I July 17th. 1I1I : 1J '

EU of SW : "STAGE DOOR CANTEEN" Old-time favorite for conditioning fine
of SE',.. ( oaouwt t
<|pr MIIH R" "GUEST IN THE HOUSE" I riding horses. Palatable, easily digested .
!R'Mith.' Knnm
wholesome. Heavy in oats
'I. THIS '
HOURS : pliance with ""' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''' ''''' I
27n fllJ Dorlila, !"
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Open Week J Days 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. ida advertising nrovpmont The rearm Trustees. ELECTRICAL WORK Burgess Supply Co.

Sundays 7 A. M. to 10 P. :M. and all Mill. as sr."n. Formerly Wilson's Farmer Supply

I Attest State Internal BY :of OttDF.lt Mlllard' P. P. EVANSHOUSE OKEECIIOBEE FLORIDA cH

F. C. Elliot, WIRING
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EQUALIZING TIT!': AS'lE'WfENT'' !' I Ofceechobee County, Flor...... SELL LAND
To nil property owners In NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVES that pursuant to Section 15 (ii I II. Chapter
hoe County: You nro hereby notified piimnant' to Section 0 of ChantnrWiM SWISS: Laws of Florida, Acti nf 1941,
that on Jnlv 2nd. IBM. the Count laws of Florida." Acta 1OTT soul Section (17. Chanter 14717, Lawsof
ACT and In Acts of MSI: ni nmendodby
A known the MnirilY Florida
Tux Assessor as
1 will meet with the
Laws ofFlorida. 20H1H, Laws of
pursuance of Chapter 200M. Section 11, Chapter I
County Commlsslonora In the CourtITonsA
the Florida of 11141.) and allo ,,
for Acts of 1041. known as Acls
the "r'l
pnrposn of hearing comidnliita -
EVE: UO LADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT iiiiint to M'I..n 42. Chnpter ,
i and receiving' testimony aa to ACT, the following described Lows of Florida. Acts of 1IH1\ a aamended ,
the vnluo
nf rent or
nnv property Section 10. Chnpter 2207K.
In by
,1 I personal, flu fixed h}' the County land situated In OkeechobeeComely I 111"" of Florldn Acts of 11113: and1 I
Dlatrlct I
Assessor of Taxes. of perfecting, revlcwliigr Florida' will he offered for tattoo M. Chapter StiTiU. lane "fFliirliln '>:
end pqtinllzlnir nascsmnents. ( Acts of 1011, ns amended hvA"'lIuII'
'I the hlbe
C, E. DllA\vr>Y. Chnlrmnn Ante nt public outcry ,for the right 21 Chapter' !KU7ll.! Lnw. "t''
miMn-t tn
best cash bid
T non I'll nf County 'omml.ot"uers|i nf the Interim Improvement l I'lorlda. Acti of 1M3! the fol'nnlui):
.. t Ohecchohpe Cniintv FinrldnNOTI4'E nf the Truiiteea Fund and 1 nt I the Board of I d I, ncrlbed Inndi In Okecchiibee County.
: CoinmlsKloners of Kverg1nd.' Drnluneenlairirt I'lorldn to-ult' ,
nnd nil bids. Lots 0 & 7, Blk. 100, City of Okeechoboe -
to reject any
'Jt1"I'ITn" I ILota
\ 'mss Art S...... 110 UO I at the ('ollrtbo"o.' beginning 18th nt day 10:110/of, 0 to 8 Inc.. Blk. A, Olieechobee '
IN TIT!': COURT niP TltR POUN'TYjrnnw o'clock A, M. on the outside Development ('0', S/D
oKF.nriionnr" corxTY. June, 104.1 Aa to all Inndi municipality Lot 1, Klk, mi, South OkeerhobeeL"t
Fioitmi, ix: ritoniTE. thin corporate limits of any one- 1, Bllfa 10, South Olteechohea I
title to
In re: Ksfnte of ) us of this date three fourths ,I Lute 0 it 0, Blk. Is7, City of Okcechobea -
half of nil petroleum nnd
Charlotte Jntncs Holmes '
I t Dooensod) of other minerals will he reserved, bY'' Lilts 1 to 10 Inc., Blk. 40, City of
To All Creditor and Persona IlnvlniClnlms Triinteca of the Internal Improvement 1 I Okeechohee
or Demands AgnliiHt SnldFutnte Fund ; If lands are within sold cor- I II N 40 ft. Iota 17 to 20 Inc., Blk. 40,
of this date the reservation ,,
: pornte ns City of Okeeehobee
i Yon and ench of roll ore herohv I I applies hut privilege to explore I I,I, Loll 1 to 11 lute, less lot 8, Blk, .
will be conducted
notified and r.qulr.d'tn present anvrinlme mIne and dovelop .10. City of Okeechobee
and demands which yon, or I I on and under lands only with, lots 12 and 13 Blk. DO City of "
cither of yon mny him nun I n't the the consent of the surface owner.Fnaemeute Okeechobeo
estate of Charlotte Jamoa Ilolmoi, decensed. I I : for mad right of way 200 'Lot 11, Blk. 150, City of Okcccho-
Into of snld f'niintv. to the fees wide will ho reserved by said bee

t County Jndue of OUccohobce county'l I Trustee from anv parcel through i Lot (5. Blk. 10 Wrlghfa First Ad-
I Florida, at hi* office In which there Is nn existing tote road I II i dltlon
. hoiisn of nld' Conntv nt nnd easement for drainage and recln- Lot 3. Illk. in Riverside" Pork Add.
Florldn. within eight 01".hOh.e'l I motion nnd for road purposes will he L..tl4.: Blk. 133: City of Okee-
from the time of he first reserved hv the Board, of Cotnmlislnneri I I I chobeeLoti

I of thin notice. Enoh claim or demand I I of Everglades Drainage Dla B A 0, Blk. 13S: City of Okee
hall he In writing, end ehnll etnte trlct.Description. chobee
I the plnce of residence and post office I I Boo20S7 ft. W of NT'! ("'or. of
If address of the claimant, and ball be 1 Lot 1 to 4, Blk. A. Okecchobee S\VV4 of S\VH, Run \V 20S.7 ft.,
worn to by the claimant, hla or hercent Development Co'a RID !S' SOS7 ft.. E 2"17: ft, N 20< 7
or attorney, and any such claim I Lota 1 to 6, and It to 23 Blk. B ft.. In Sec. 21 Twp 37, Rge. 85: ,
I or demand not to filed thall he Told. Okeechobee Development Co's containing 1 acre
ROSIE LEE FLINT, I RID Beg m7 ft. s of NE 'or. of iIteujMoi&ALL
Af executor of the Last Will and ,I lots 7 to 11 Blk. B. Okeechohee S"'% of S\V V4 Run W 209.7 ft.
I Testament of Development ("'0', !S/P' !S 50
Charlotte ft. E 20S 7 ft., N BO ft.. Sec.
t James Holmea. deceased Lots 12 and 13. Blk. R. Okeechobee 71
First ,21. Twp 37 Rge, 35, containing t
publication May 4th, 1944 I Development Co' S/D 14 acre.

Lot 1 to 13 & IS to 32 Inc.. Blk. I Lots 4 to 32 Inc, Peter Baulerson
C, Okeechobee Development Go's RID
NINTH BID Lots 34 to 37: SO to 48 Inc, Peter
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Lota 14 & 1), Blk. C, Okeechotiea Ranlerson S/D' .

CHOBEE FLORIDA COUNTY.IN AND FOR IN OREO CHAN Development ("'0', RID E. 2421 ft. of lot 47 A W 132.2 ft. I The Seaboard Air Line such they share that mutually friendly
Railway family
'T CERY Lot 1(1( & 17 Blk. C, Okeechobee of lot 4*. Peter Rniilerson S/D! ,

A, EDNA CLAY Chancery DiLLON CUM Ne) 121 Lots Development 0 to 11 Inc.Co'a, Blk.S/D 1, Okeecho Lot Raulerson 4S except SIP W 132.Z ft, Peter comprises many thousands of employees interest in the welfare of others which

Plaintiff, ) Lot hee fl,Height Blk. 16 SID, Wrlght'i First Lot 1.01 40.BO, Peter Peter Raiilerson Raulerson AID S/D I living in various parts of the six states makes for neighborliness in every sense

LONNIE D'ILLON ) Addition Lots 4. B A 0, Block 133: City of I
Defendant., )) Lots 1 to 0 Inc, Blk. D, Wrlghfl Okeechobee served by the system. At work or play, in of the word.
ORDER TO APPEAR 2nd Addition S/D, will be offered for sole at public onto their homes church in and As with the individual so it is with the
THE STATE OP FLORIDA Lot 1, Blk. B McOlnshen cry for the highest and beat rash bid. at or shops on ,
To I.onnle Dillon, 111 South Broadway Part of Sec. 22 Twp. 37, Rge. subject to the right of the Board of''ICnmml.llonere that
Lexington Ky ssLots of Everglades" DraIn. I the street, these men and women of the entire organiiation. Never forgetting
It la hereby 1 & 2, Blk. 9, Southwest age District, and/or Hoard of County
ordered that
required to appear on the 18th YOU day ire Addition Commlsiiloners of Okeechohee County, Seaboard organization are no different our primary function is to provide the
of June. 1045 Lots :S & 4, Blk, 9, Southwest Florida to reject any and all
Court to the before Bill of the Complaint above entitled filed Addition nt the Courthouse, beginning at hM.1 from the people who live and work around public with adequate transportation, the
against In T.ot 8, BIt 0 !Southwest' Addition o'clock A. M. on the 18th day
ranee. And yon The the Okeecnohe above entitled New I Lot 7 ft 8, Blk 9 Southwest June 1M1. Eaaement for drainage about them. Seaboard will likewise strive in the futureIn
\I Addition and' reolnmntlon and road purposeswill I
hereby designated
paper In which thus aa order the ahill newa-be I, tots Addition ft to 12 Blk. 0, Southwest \ be reserved short, Seaboard employees are an as in the past to fulfill its role as a builder.

published once a week, for four (4)) BOARD OF
competitive week!. Lots Addition 0 A 10, Blk. 12, Southwest EVnKRLADES: COMMISSIONERSOF DRAIN I integral part of their community life. As and a neighbor wherever we serve.
WITNESS the Honorable A. O. I AGE DISTRICTand
Kanner an :Judge of thla Court and Lots 2 B A T, Bllt. 12, Southwest

the real of thla Court In the City of Addition BOlltD OF (,Ol' TV COM- I
Okeeehobee, Okeechohee County, Flor Lots 11 A 12, }Ilk, 12, Southwest MISSIONI-H 1 OF OKEECHO- Q
ida, this 17th day of May 1043. Addition BEE COUNTY FLORIDA
nOT Late l to 20, Blk. IS: Southwest R1) :
Clerk of Circuit Court, Additwnl"t Clerk of the Circuit Court a 1t
kw'Jlohf County, Florid fllD 4. Blk. 1, Okeechobee nel.bt" Clerk of the Circuit Court of 8' .
(Circuit Court Seal) Okeechobee County, Florida, -
TltfSTFFS' !' Or THR INTFR.NM : ns agent for cold Boards uas
NOTIfE OF THE STATE. .. .. rtv Finn.BOARD .... -... e
Okrerhohee County, Florida, If 1. 1 Deputy Clerk Buy Mart
op r'O\f\fT'I'IIO"l/F.nS<'!!' I WA.i BONDS
r''r"nant tn Section' 9 of Chanter AGE DISTRICT!
VOID. Laws of Florldn. Act of 11)37. By nov R. TtM-t.ETiOOV. Agent !
known at the MUHIMIY ACT and In for Trustees of the Internal M a.la.ri a.
pursuance of Chapter 2WW.\ Lawa of Improvement Fund and IA
i Florida Act of 1041, known at the for Board of (Commissioner '
TRICT ACT, the following, described Okeechohee County, The Seaboard congratulates Florida
,lnnd. situated In Everglddee Drainage Flordn LIQUID for upon 100 year, Statehood and Progress.
District. In Okeechnhee County, Flor -- MALARIALSYMPTOMS
ida will be offered for ante at public 6 6 6 .
outcry for the highest and beat rub BOY MORE 'WAR BONDS '
I bid, subject to the rlirht of the Trim- Take only at directed

ten of the Internal Improvement Fund .. .
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I and of the Board of (Commissioners of -
Everglades Drainage District to reject
any and all hid, at the Courthouse, I'
., heclnnlng nt lO'OO o'clock A. M. on the
lath day of June, 10 3. A. to all
lands outside the corporate llmlta of
Any munlclpnllrv. as of this date,
tithe to one half of all petroleum and I
throe.fourth of other minerals will
be referred hv Trustees of the Inter
nnl Improvement Fund : If Innila are It9s dre tMt
within said corporate limIt. ai of''
thin dnte the reservation applies, but no n. ;
privilege' tn explore mine and devel-1 I
fire will be conducted on and
der monde only wIth the consent un// 4 ittie
the aurfnre owner. Easements for ,
road right of wav 2\fl feet wide will
be reserved bv ;until Trustees from
anv parcel through which there lion I
existing itnte road ; and easement for
drainage and rwlnmnllnn and fur
o mad pnrposca will be reserved by the
Hoard of nimlsnlonera of '

Drainage IearrlptlontLot PIstrH't. E"er'"I'1 -

12. I'.lk. 3, Southern e,

TlifSTEB1!\ ': OF TUB INTER- l le
t ey e
IDA.RfortTmaore. ,
1't.F.H: !' ".. t 4 i
of the Internal Im.prominent ee. 'a -

Fund and for Board II i, ttif I 'q1t
pf Commlsuloners of Everglades ,
Drainage IMntrlct., Oke.>hobee

County, Florldn.,
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pursuant to !Section' 15 (III I Chapter
infills.; Law of FI"Hiln. Acts of lUll, "Yes, when you take me on as a ., r .,
14717, Lawsof
and Section 117. Charter
Florldn'\ Acts of 1'tSI.: as amended, a farm hand," promises Reddy .
bv !Section 11. Chapter SIWW, Laws of A + w
e Florldn.' Acts of 1041,, and alio pursuant Kilowatt "you'll increase food '
20722. ,
to Suction 42. Chapter
r Laws of Florid Acts of 1041 as production and save critical + $ "
amended l>v Section 10 Chapter 220711 D
of 1013. and '
Taws of Florida. Arts
Section 41. Chapter 20722. Laws of manpower.'Til .
Florldn! Acm of 1011. U amended bv t S
Section SI. Chapter 22070. I,.wa of
.'Ior"".. Arts of 1I>IS. the following milk the cows, separate the p o
described' lands In Okeechobce County, i
Florida! to-wIt: cream and churn the butter, lift

Lot Lot 19 S., Blk Blk. 4 SO, Bnaa South 8/1)Okeechobe the hay into the loft, fill the silo,

Lot 7, Plk. 23. City of Okeechobe
Lots 8 0, Blk. 23, City of Okeechnhee pump the water, heat the incubator i

Lot 7. Blk. 4. Great I.akea S/D and-well,you think up the "So, Mr. Farmer, you don't have ..--
Lots 3 A 4, Blk. 91, City of Okee-
chobee job and chances are, I've already to dream about it just call on -""
t Blk. S14,. City of Okeechohce -
Lots 1 & 1
got a way of doing it faster, easier me I'm 'Redd' '
Lots 8. 0 A 10, Blk. 1TO City of
Okeechohee and cheaper than you believe -L ,
Lots 11 ft 12 Blk. 170, City of
OkeechoheeLot possible '- eJ"b 1'
11. Blk. 153: City of Okeechohee -
flORID rOIII,, / 1
GBT COli'\ I
Lo chpheeLots(. 4 & 0, Blk. 154 City of Okee- And, of course, I'm still useful 4 +
5 & fl, Blk 137, City of Okeechohee around the house, too, as your 'aatA e

will he offered for ante at public onto wife very well knows when she
cry for the highest and best cash hide 1 f
subject to the right' of the Board of calls on me to help in sweeping, f '
Commissioners of Brergladea Drain- '
ace. District and/or Hoard of County cleaning, cooking heat
Commissioners of Okeecbohee County _
Florida to reject any and all bids, ing cooling washing -
at the Courthouse, beginning at 10'00 -
o'clock A. M on the 1Mb day of refrigerating lighting -
July ID-IS. Easement for drainageand
will reclamation". and road purposes and all the other jobs rt J J'A::---


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Okeechohe Coiinty Florida' ) I. 1 l
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