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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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Volume 31-Number 2 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 29, 1945 Price Five Cents I
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News and Viewsof 'Murray Fulford EVA T. NELLE D. ALEXANDER HALL WEDS JUNE 14 I Miss Sadie Sanders is Now Employed


Service Men I Achieves Every AT WHITING- FIELD, FLA. !I IlItr. In United States Embassy in Paris after

and Mrs R. B. Hall announce !
the World OverCamp Private's Hope the wedding of their daughter Eva Many Months with Maritime Comm.

t Nelle Hall SI/c (Y) to Ens. T. D'i I
tt Alexander, flight Instructor at 1-
Blamllng, Fla, M'Sgt. Oscar I I By S/SgU Harold A. Beard, Whiting Field, Milton, Florida, June THE GADFLY Mr and Mrs. J. Hardee Walker,'
t trr Jr., have had very Interesting and
B. McKee has received his discharge | Monroe, La., !Marine Corps 14.
from the Army after 67 I Combat Correspondent The all-white wedding was per By Marjorle D. Wallace exciting news from their niece, Miss

months' service lie Is the husbanJ j I Somewhere In the PacificDe- I formed by Chaplain J, O'Leary. Al Sadie Irene Sanders, whom they
: raised from early childhood. Miss
of Mrs. Oscar B. McKee of Okeechobee I layed).-Marine Private First Class their attendants the young couple My first move this morning wa Sanders Is native Okeechobeean
Florida. He has been serving a i I Murray L. Fulford St., 25, of Okee- had Lucille Shelly Y 3/c and Ens.M. to clean the type on my chatter i graduated from a the local high,
overseas and 111'11luake\ his homeIn chobee, Fla., Third Marine Division C. Mitchell. Lt. Talbot Curtin,
I I box.. Last week I spoke of Eagle i school, and has hosts of friends In
Tampa. j scout and observer, achieved during administrative assistant, gave the Bay Drive as a "woodt trail", and I
town whp will be glad to know of
I battle of Iwo what virtually bride away.
the Jima It came out In print as "weeds : her recent transfer abroad.
Miami Beach, Fla., June 27-Cpl. I # i every enlisted man In the The groom's home Is In Green trail"-which may be true, too, but j jI i
Following her graduation, Miss
Earle W. Ralford, 84, Okeechobee, I armed services has at one time or Lakes, Wisconsin. The couple will would not have been that {frank:
Fla., has arrived at Army Air Forces another dreamt of doing, I reside in Milton, Florida. about It In public. It wasn't theI I Sanders was secretary for Judge T,
I W. Conely, Jr., for about two years,
Redistribution Station No. 2 In lie ordered an officer around and v fault of the printer, for o'l and e'l
when she went to Washington, D.
., Miami Beach for reassignment processing got away with it. Conrath Arrived looked equally like round blobs In
C., to work In the Maritime Commission -
after completing a tour of v yqk The incident occurred at the division spy typewritten copy. Hence'i the :.
Office She was promoted
duty outside the continental United observation post In a sulphur job of cleaning.
This Week and In this office until at the time of
mine .
States. area.Fulford I am quoting, with his permission,
Ml'RRVY L. FI'LFOIU, SR.Woman's her transfer she was assistant IUp.I .
Medical examinations and class. stocky and agressfve, was a few lines from our most recent I ervlsor. ,
ification Interviews at this pioneer on watch. A map was laid out before Assumed Duties letter from Rodman O. Wallace, f. t
redistribution station him on a breast-high parapetof I Recently she received orders of
operated by I Society QM 3/c, otherwise and more generally
rocks. A field transfer to the American Embassy
the AAF Personnel Distribution large pair of known as "Punk". He Is now
In Paris, France, and sailed from '
Command for AAF officers and enlisted glasses were within easy reach. L V. Conrath, new secretary and In San Francisco waiting for repairs
men, determine his new assignment. Held Interesting It was apparent by the determined manager of the Okeechpbee Cham on his ship to be completed. I New York to take up her new duties
'I expression on his face that Fulfordwas ber of Commerce, has arrived and think the public has a right to there. To reach Paris for the
In the words of Col. Ralph Rhudy, Regular Meeting not In his happiest mood. He for the next few days ,.11have know these things he mentions. first time in the Spring Is to be

post commanding officer, "Puttingthe I had been Irritated by enlisted "tac headquarters In the Okeechobee "The ship U in a state of con given an unforgettable experience,
,returnee In the right job, after I I ticians" who evidently considered I County Bank, through the courtesy fusion," he writes, "and how they for the city is not scarred by the '

we have established his physicaland I The fundamentally important subject the OP a public observatory. He of R. B, Meserve, vice-president and plan to get through in twenty days war, apd the chestnut trees will
mental readiness for was all set to crack down on the cashier still be blooming, the flower carts
reassignment I of "Juvenile Protection" was I at the present rate Is beyond me.
Is the mission of this next person who got under foot or Mr. Conrath Is enthusiastic on every corner will be brilliant
post. considered by the Woman's Societyof I. very I can tell you one thing,* though,
During his processing, he is I Christian Service of the Methodist ; meddled with anything, when the about the prospects for growth and that It Is not because they need splashes of color, and Paris will be
housed In an ocean-front hotel and church this week. The regular !: officer, a lieutenant colonel on the. development 'of Okeechobee "This :I workers In the yards here, but that gay and young and hopeful again.
enjoys abundant facilities for rest meeting was preceeded by Individual division staff, came up. II: section is certainly ripe for development they need to get some whips and In her letters to her aunt and
aud recreation in this year-round circle meetings. I The colonel wore no visible Insignia and such projects as pulp try to get at least a half-day'a work uncle, Miss Sanders sent her love to
beneficial climate. After the opening hymn, "Take of rank. No officer docs In mill, sugar mill, increased facilities out of the so-called workers. I all her Okeechobee friends, and regretted
Cpl. RaIford served as a median Time To Be Holy" with Penlee combat. All ranks dress alike to pre-I for the slaughter of cattle and have never seen so many men do that the orders came so
Ic during 28 months In the European Hunt at the piano, the devotionalwas vent enemy snipers from packing of meat and meat products so little work. I haven't seen a sin suddenly that she could not take
theater, His mother, Mrs E. E. Rai led "by Mrs. D J.: Hunt. Discussion i tratlng on the leaders, could be brought about, also development gle man doing an honest day's the trip home to see them a1be*
ford, lives in Okeechobee. Fulford had been with the division fore sailing. Her address In Paris
of the program theme was led of the airport after the work They alt around and talk,
-- v-- by Mrs W. R. Howell. I only three months His acquaintance war when feeder lines carrying walk off to some corner and gam will be In care of the American

First Session of Following a routine business session with officers was lim mail, express and passengers will ble, alt around and talk some more, Embassy, APO 887, cue Postmaster,
the social hour was In charge ited. The colonel was one of the be established In the smaller cities" then do ten or fifteen minutes' New York City.
of hostesses from the Crozier circle many he had not met. said Conrath, "are just a few projects work. Her many friends congratulateMiss
Legislature Was. I -Mrs. Angie Bass, Mrs. F. W. The officer stepped up to the I which might engage the attention "What this place needs la not Sanders on her good fortune,
Humphries and Mrs W. A. Lawson. parapet. Fulford, thinking him one of the Chamber of Com more men, but to draft the ones and wish her the best of luck and
Colorful! Event Others present were Mrs. H. H. of the enlisted' men *he had been j merce." that are here and send them over- much happiness In her foreign serrice. -
I,, Raulerson, Mrs. D. W. Cassel, Mrs. laying for elboweuT the Y-"Cltlo .'"Many -amtll: critics in Florida( have Mas for a while and let the servicemen ,r /1'r_ .
iOn | W. B. Jennings, Mrs. John McNeil, aside el'\\ secured a large share of the lucrative take over the yards. We'd -
Monday, June 23, 1845, the Mrs. Harry Elledge Mrs. Nathan "How about standing back out tourist business and when the work, for we know what it means Ing Union leaders Into striking for
the usually quiet streets of Tallahassee Zelmenovitz, Mrs. Omar Hunt, Mrs. the way, Mao" the private first war Is over Okeechobee should attract to be out there, and how much better higher wages, shorter hours, or
were crowded with visitors \ Clifford Boyles, Mrs F. W. Zander, I class requested. There was a threat I II many visitors who would enJoy things go when you have more just for fun. Or because they have
Mrs. C. F. : in the curt tone he used. I the fine facilities for been shooting craps In a sheltered
who were present to witness or participate Jenkins, Mrs. P. P. Ev I Ii fishing ships for an operation than you
in the convening of Flor- \i ans, Miss Jo Parrish, Mrs. W. E.I I The colonel retreated a couple of i In Lake Okeechobee. actually have to have. Believe me, corner Instead of getting that war
ida's first General Assembly I Potter, :Mrs. H. A. Proctor, Mrs. W. paces. But a moment later, he lifted I|I The Chamber of Commerce Is not those slackers would aure have to material out that you so desperately
All during the previous week they. L. Burgess, Mrs Martha Clark, Mrs : the field glasses from the parapet only for business men but for all turn to and work when they got needed.
had arrived In the State capital 1 I R. E. Link, Mrs C. H. Parkerson, I II and raised them to his eyes the citizens of the city and Okee out there. When you see other Don't forget them, soldier
Some had reached their destInationafter i Mrs. E. H. Hunt, Mrs. George Powell "Get those glasses down!" bel- chobee county, and anyone having. ships catch a suicide plane It hurts, Come home with the determine
days of travel by stagecoaches I and Mrs D. R. McNeil. lowed Fulford. "The sun glint on Ideas or suggestions for the betterment when you realize that your ship may ation that this government will
which ran over crude roads, I those lenses will give our position of this community, Is Invited' be next, you turn to with a will once again be by the People, not the
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often little more than clearings in j I be seen everywhere, as they ate I away! to mail them to the Chamber of "The lowest wage I have run Intoon Unions. Some of your buddies have
the forests of pine; others had I tended their masters or loitered on | The colonel almost dropped the Commerce or drop in and get acquainted the ship repair job here is $1.17 come home, applied for their old
sailed from distant ports to St. the way to accomplish some errandfor glasses in complying with the or-I I with the manager In the an hour-this Is the sweepers wage. jobs, and been refused work' by
Marks where they had continued their mistresses.The der. i I office at the bank. You see these propaganda posters Union order. Do you like that?
their Journey by coach, or horseback rich and the poor, the free The exasperation of Fulford was v with the working men beside the I You are fighting for freedom.

or by the Tallahassee-St. I and the slave, the official repre- mounting CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TO BE service men, and It looks very pret I Fight on, for freedom, here, when
Marks railroad, the only operating sentative and the interested onlooker j I, "That map," suggested the oUt SUBJECT AT CHURCHES ty, but all these guys out here are you .take up again your civilian
railway In Florida. were stimd by the thought ]| cer, glancing over the private first NEXT SUNDAY, JULY 1 doing Is sit back, draw a hell of a I life.
From the nearby plantations and that Florida was becoming a self- I I class's shoulder, "isn't properly ori- lot of money, and do just enough Organize Make up your collect-

towns a few had arrived In private governing commonwealth.On ented. I "Christian Science" is the subject work so that the Union can say,, live mind what you want out of life
carriages, those huge vehicles with this June morning of 1X45, I "The heck it Isn't!I" exploded Ful of the Lesson-Sermon which will be "You can't fire that man." And the In an unfettered country. Go after
their bodies hung on springs between the elected representatives of the ford. "I just oriented it." read In Churches of Christ, Scientist Union runs everything just the way It. You have earned It.
high, spiked wheels, and attended I' people of Florida pushed through/ I It was then he noticed a silver throughout the world on Sun. they like It." You will get It.
by Negro coachmen and I the crowded Capitol square to their i I I maple leaf concealed beneath the day, July 1. Now from our usually mild- There will be many millions of
footmen. The presence of wagons I assembly halls Fourteen senatorsand lapel of the officer's utility coat. The Golden Text it: 'Lift up the spoken Punk, that 1s quite an indictment your fellow citizens who have
and even ox-cart indicated the thirty-three represencatives I A wave of meakness surged thru hands which hang down, and the sweated out this war at home with

common man's Interest in the com I answered the first roll call of the the embarrassed Fulford, washing feeble knees; and make straight This paper goes to all Okeechobee -' you; who have gotten along somehow -
ing events. I General Assembly; other legislators away his pungacity. I I paths for your feet, lest that which servicemen. So to you all I say on the same old wages and
These visitors in Tallahasseewere I arrived in the following days, "I'm sorry, sir," said he. His I is lame be turned out of the way; this When the veterans of this bought bonds besides, who have
representative of the peopleof and by July 1 seventeen senators voice was mild, his manner con- I but let It rather be healed" (Hebrews war come back to the States, they worked sixteen hours a day when

Florida. Planters, lawyers, doctors and forty representatives from the trite. 12:12: 13). can, If they organize, attain any they didn't have to, who have had
and merchants, dressed ij I sixteen senatorial districts and "That's quite all right repliedthe Among the citations which com objective they wish. They will run no thought of personal advantagebut
fashion and proud of their social I twenty counties of tht State were colonel, with a smile. price the lesson-sermon is the fol- the country. As one of the millions only of how much they could

distinctions, discussed current problems -J] at work on the problems of organizing NOTICE TO NIGHT HUNTERS lowing from the Bible: "For the of men who have seen actualwar contribute to your far harder job
and berated their political opponents. a government earth shall be filled with the knowledge who know what It means, who They will help you.

Sturdy, Independent farm. In both houses of the legislature, "The possession of a gun and ahead I of the glory of the Lord, as resent with a deep and bitter hat There Is a flood of tremendous
ers, clothed in jeans made by their the first concern was that of organization light In the woods at night the waters cover the sea" (Hab- red the strikes, the loafers on the resentment in this country against
wives or daughters and filled with I which included the election shall be deemed to be and considered 'I I I akkuk 2:14). job, the draft-dodgers, the grafters, the profiteer, In Labor or Manage

a knowledge gained from stump I of presiding officers. The as an act of hunting at night I I The lesson-sermon also Includes the inflated wages of the "essen ment, who has grabbed everything
speeches, "pulpit preaching", or an senators chose James A. Berthelotas and of molesting game, reptiles or j I' the following passage from the tial Industry" workers make up for himself and given back just
occasional newspaper, boasted of their president, but the representatives amphibians, and a violation of the Christian Science textbook, Science your mind now, and don't unmake what he was forced to and no more.
their rights of citizenship. Here were unable to elect a Rules and Regulations" of the Game 1 i I and Health with Key to the Scrip- It when you get back home, that We are heartily sick of the sort
and there among' the bystanders speaker on the first day, for their and Fresh Water Fish Commission tune by Mary Baker Eddy; "In you will see justice done of Unionism which sees no farther
were a few poor whites, the representatives time was taken up with the report of the State of Florida. I the year 186S I discovered the No one with average Intelligence than the figures on a pay check
of a relatively small 1 of the Committee of the St. Joseph's The above State Law Is now in I Christ Science or divine laws of will deny that the Unions have "The Union Forever! Hurray,
class In Florida, whose ambitionand Constitutional Convention which reported effect. Life, Truth and Love, and named done a great deal of good In the Boys, /Hooray! wasn't written

physical energy had been sapped on the general election that Curtis E. Wright, I my discovery Christian Science. past. But they have gone hog-wild about organized Labor
by malnutrition and Intestinal 1 had been held In May State Game Warden. This apodictlcal Principle points to In this crisis, In many cases, and The American Legion calls It
parasites. Although they lacked On the following morning the V the revelation of Immanuel, 'God no one has dared raise a hand to "the autocracy of the masses".
many of the material benefits of I House selected Hugh Archer as I Mrs. Marvin Mobley took her with us,'-the sovereign ever-pres- i stop them. Your buddies have died Put an end to it when you come
slaves, they gloried In the fait! Speaker and invited the Senate to young son to Orlando on Tuesday ence, delivering the children of menfrom all over the world because half home
that they were free and, thus, set a joint session to canvass the elec- for a tonsilectomy. Franklin Is reported every 111 'that flesh II heir witted workers In essential plants T
above the Negro slaves, who could I (Continued on Page Two) I as Recovering satisfactorily J I I to' (p. 107 1-3, 7.10). I have been Inflamed by smooth talk- Advertise 4n The News

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War Bonds c '

Publlahed Every Friday by the l : I I (Continued -from Page One) I t r

Okeechobee New Co., at Okeeeho- and tile Farmer '; i 'I\ tlon returns The Senators, how-
Okeechobee. County, Florida
bee
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4'"l' over had agreed to transact no

BRYANT BOWDEN ... ... .. Editor )liy J. L Tennant I '., 'Ji1 I I' further }business during the day a. ,

Mead Dcpt. of Agricultural Economics 'k. 11 a mark of respect to the memoryof

Fntoreil n. jwonil rinse matter Jnlyt Rlio-lp! Island State College M... I Andrew Jackson, the news of HARVEY MURCH S./OVERSEAS 9HE CELECI7'0 MIG PRESENINTHE
nt tli. Tout Offlo' In Okecrhohes. l ...tl6a NAVY WAf IuCKy INOeEO WI11IAN EYE FOR PRACTICAL7DW,1eAWIFg7HATCHOSEHIa
.. iimlor Aft of Mar. 8, 'T9.OtFln. whose death on June 8 had been I UG8 Nt7fONEMtNVSTROGTYeREGEN
EVERRECEIVEFROr1HER
Tallahassee the ACV/r5EL.ASsHE r 010 Ha
I received In on I II

SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'oU:. n farm management sug- turns are small. A potato grow. morning of the twenty-fourth. f / "

One Year In advance .. . ...12 "0 I I /tic that funds should be re- er who put part of his receipts I On the morning of June 25, the I
recd ,tnv to provide for depreclion from the 1342 and 1943 cr< into
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Six! Months In advance .. I | election returns were canvassed and
Months In advance ... .75 1, ii>r Insurance against risks, War B"-ds will find such a reserve
Three I
id for expected future outlays. Is extremely helpful In a Hugh Archer declared that WilliamD. '
I ic p"rj aar of War Bonds Is one year of low prices. A few him- Moselcy had been elected to the Hi5BBBENA'M>Gawoutb SrB PISOOP
H( rents II llni. Hates for dldplny edv.r- useful governorship of Florida. :i e 6000 7VQQEMErr1 *J4I7
,vj tS.Every: very when the farm family PLANNING "
Clae"- CAR FV
Iflort tl.fnll idrnrtlslnir.fiirnlKtiPil on application rents each wordferprleeertlennA experienced farmer knows faces an emergency as a resultof Public Interest In the organization 1CHE

rcgnrrtlng' en- o r list keep buildings in repair, u kw.bda: \illness or rccldent. of the State government reached S
rrtodemfn profit are nd HIt machinery wears out or In planning for the future of tho WSAPPEQ TUB ART1CL !
rhnnroatile .t advertising rates.Aitrrrtlnlno .- OCOM ire obsolete. In our preset. family or the business, each farm its apex on June 25, but the ,I SVR SECURELY B THAT ANO TUB AQORBS WAYSMB* W s h
---- the nsis. many of the outlays needed operator will find reserves for a work of the General Assembly wa OBerAta
Mile ore navaMft on
tot of pfloh month.; Parties nnknownpublishers to 'o maintain. the farm plant mutt specific purpose ere desirable. only beginning. For a month that j SOWHEN SENBJNg
required to par In advance oo deferred. The lumber, minerals With one it will be a provisionfor poCKAGE4 OvERSEAS-
and chemicals now produced the education of children; r'th: body remained In session with the / 4 \

,md our skilled and unskilled labor another funds for retirement may avowed purpose of planning a 00 aND DONTSENO
The Chamber of must be used to produce foods and be Important. With a voting man 'unctlonlng government, and it AR71clg'tjkS- ARTICLES !LIKE
fibre, build ships, make airplanes, especially such reserves will fur. be-I s PIC.TUR.S, CAKB6
and provide the other goods and nish the first payment for the pur fore dissolution on July 28 I CANNED FOOOS, CANDIES

services essential to the prosecution chase of a farm. A farmer uho Aibi'inbly passed twenty-six acts BOOKS, COOKIES I ,
Commerce Held of the war. owns the land he operates will\ find and thirteen resolutions. Four ex SERVICE VtfRHE* 64NCYTOIII fSEky
As our farm machinery gets old such a fund useful if and when an I SWLt CAME sen. FRUIT

er, as buildings go without paint. opportunity to purchase additionalland ecutive departments were estab PlAYINO OtfOSv: CIGARETTES,

First Meeting' ing, and with minimum attentionto develops. lished, namely state, attorney-gen- *H6 HADTEMPTATION RESIt'8 o TM8 PIPE I IU< +i1 OSWrAF RaTe.

other repairs these needs Saving Time Varies eral,' comptroller, and treasurer; TO PwT INWITH -. era -
grow. When the war Is over, our I Tr industries again will make civilian The time of the year when mon salaries of from $500 to 800 were I -
formal meeting of the to buy War Bonds Is available '
At the and build. ey
offices and thegovernor's
goods. Saving money provided for these ;
Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce Ing reserve through the pur varies with the type of farming. .
a On dairy farms Income usually Is salary was fixed at $!,
chase of War Bonds now will 1
Thursday night at the Woman's
enable a farmer to buy the equipment received monthly or semimonthly. 600. The State was divided Into
Club building the entertainment and the other goods and The expenses of the poultry farm four judicial districts (the judges
consisted entirely of talks er are heavy during the months
program services which then will be avail.
I that chickens are being raised. of these circuit courts in joint es-
the executive members, the prologue able.
by Producers of cash have
Are BeneficialThe crops lion made a supreme court,) and a
being given by President R. Savings large outlays during the planting
created for each
savings from current income probate court was
B. !Mtserve concluding by Intro. and growing season.
should Include funds to replace But depreciation is continuous. of the twenty-six counties. County
duction of the new secretary L. V.: household equipment and Therefore
Irrespective of the typeof governments were authorized, and
Conrath, who gave an Illuminatingtalk furnishings to buy new equip. farming, definite provision
counties which had been
on the many Items then on the ment and to Install a water system should be made to reserve in War the seven
a central heating plant, elec. Bonds part of the receipts from formed by the Territorial Council ELECTRICITYCAN
calendar and of proposals of other tricity, or some other service sales of crops, livestock, or livestock after 1839 were recognized as valid .
items and Ideas. The program concluded which will add to the convenienceand products.
political sub-divlsions of the State
by a resume of the Inception comfort of family living.A United States War Bonds may
backlog In War Bonds will be bought in various amounts and To pay the expenses of govern.
of the organization and Its activities BE YOUR
redeemable. For $3.00
help to carry the farm business are every ment a comprehensive revenue Measure
up to the present by Hiram in which invested, $4.00 will be returned at
through a year expenses
levied taxes on real and per.
the end of 10
Raulerson. 'exceed the returns. Farming is years. They are .
safe. The Interest rate compares sonal property, business enterprises
subject to hazards. A few
President Meserve then stated many
of the risks are price changes, favorably with that from savings and professional Incomes, and on MOSTEFFICIENT
that committees required for Im deposits. Investing In War Bonds
unfavorable weather, the outbreakof slaves and free Negroes. Executive I
helps to finance the war. Follow.
mediate functioning will be
ap disease, the attack of a destruc
ing the war such savings will provide heads were elected, two United
pointed right away and indicated, tive insect and the sudden illnessof the farm operator with the '
States Senators chosen, and
prow
as stated by Secretary Conrath, the operator. Growers of cash cash to buy Improvements for his 'I
that full cooperation of membership crops know that prices vary from farm and home; to educate his ion made, for the popular election

year to year. Savings set aside children; and to do the other of a representative to Congress to
and committees. I Is necessary for during years when prices are rela things which he or his family wishto fill the vacancy caused by the

proper carrying out of the work of tively high, will help to carry the undertake at a time when loans SERVANT
the organization.All business through a year when reFURNISHED may be difficult to obtain. resignation of David Levy Yulee,
U. S. Treasury Drterlmser I who had been honored by selection
present expressed themselvesas
I for the Senate. As a final act the I II
being thoroughly In accord with --
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I Assembly voted Its members the I
the proposed setup and plans. Cold : house or '
apan'l R. B. Meserve sum of three dollars for each day
drinks and cakes were served thru ment, wanted to rent by '
they had served and ten cents per .
out the evening. children, permanent. Telephone 15, I
mile for travel to and from Tallahassee.
v Mr. Conrath: ltpd Spoke at Rotary 1\

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Gems for Your Scrapbook The first General Assembly of I

REJOICING FOR SALE 23.3 acres Good I I i The Rotarians-were greatly disappointed the State of Florida did i not accomplish ;, ULMER EZELLThere's

Muck Land, 20 acres cleared, In \ all\ that "the"people desired, '
1 that Lieut. Jack Rauler-
Let all those that put their trust
Sec. 32-37-35. Beat cash offer J,
in fact it did not provide
some
In Thee rejoice: let them ever 1 son was ill on Tuesday and unable
T. Hancock, Box 26, Everglades, Fla. I
shout for joy, because Thou de. to speak to them of his war experiences things necessary to the functioning

R. : hit I of a government, but it lay a foun- j .
Meserve,
fendest them.-Psalml 6: 11. | as pinch- ----- -

From David learn to give thanks Laurcns Reeves and Jimmy Dud- ter on very short notice, gave an I Nation upon which succeeding as-1 I I

for everything. Every furrow In ley drove home for the weekend 1 interesting talk In his usual rapid- could build a more nearly

the Book of Psalms is sown with the with their families, from summer fire manner on various subjects, beginning perfect edifice of government. I

seeds of thanksgiving.-Jeremy Taylor school at the U of F. with Mr. Carl j with some jokes and ending V I

Durrance. with a report on bond sales GAS LIMITS RAISED FORSERVICEMEN
More' to Bank
a
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The worship most acceptable to Six members were absent. Visitors -
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God, comes from a thankful and LOST Billfold with $115 In were Jim Adams, Rotarian from
of
I Service with
men furloughs
cheerful heart.-Plutarch. money and postoffice and other re 1 Lake Worth, and the new secretaryof than r
than 20 eligible
more days are now MoneyWhy
A child of God should be a visible ceipts. $ O.OO reward will be paid the Chamber of Commerce, L V. I
for additional gasoline, accordingto
beatitude for joy and happiness for its return. C. II. Lord. Conrath. recent OPA decisions :

and a living doxology for gratitudeand I President Hiram Raulerson reported
Such gasoline will still be Issued
adorations-Spurgcon. that the Rotary club will
Wartime stress on lifesaving on the basis of one gallon a day, has this bank so in size
Father, we thank Thee that Thy j have three district assemblies this grown
equipment has advanced that science said the South Florida District office
light and Try love reach earth, year Instead of a state convention,
many years within a short but the former 30-gallon limit and popularity? Maybe because we
the prison to them that due to the difficulties of transpor-
,
are
.upon
time. All such research and equip. has been lifted for the benefit of

bound, console the innocent, and I ment-approval is part of the Coast :{ tation. The assembly to which Okee released American prisoners of war try to put more than money into

throw wide the gates of heaven. chobee delegates will go will be
Guard's manifold duties who get leave or temporary duty
Mary Baker Eddy. I 1 held at the Koncy-Pluza hotel in I banking. Call it "a cooperative at-
I assignments for sixty days In this
Miami Beach
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-- July 19th.
country, and for service men returning titude" or just plain "friendliness"
| At the meeting next week, which ,
from overseas with more
-- is the first of new club '
a year we're
always
whenwe
than 30 days leave. mighty pleased
committee reports and the Induct.
To secure these gasoline rations,
ion of officers will take up the can help a good citizen realize
JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of the service man merely needs to
allotted hour, and there will be no ,

Inner Spring Mattresses for both Single program. All officers were reelected show his furlough papers and the some worthwhile.. purpose.
i mileage rationing record of the car

and Full Size Beds. Come in and get but must be properly reinstalled he intends using when applying at
for another year of service 'I
them while they last at $29.95. v his local board, OPA explained.
And we know how to make loans-


Denmark's WE ALSO HAVE a large Facts on Hospital I Ii 1\-- EDITOR CLEMBy without red tape'when funds are .

stock of Floor Table and \ Ralph Kemp
Sent noeded quickly to meet a businessor
of Okeechobee i Washington
Bridge Lamps. A large stockof

Living Room Suites and I : personal need. \

Base Rockers to choose from, same asprewar ,I A preliminary survey and outline 4I \.
letting forth the advantages of
construction they good.
; are Okeechobee as a location for the

proposed government hospital for -

WE ALSO HAVE a large stock of vtterans in Florida has been made
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Non-Wet Crib Mattresses, Odd Chairs according to L. V. Conrath, managerof

for the dining room, Clothes Hampers merce.the Okeechobee Chamber of Com- ACCOUNTS, LARGE AND SMALL

High Chairs, Steel Baby Carriages with i The ,
survey, which includes data
rubber tires, finished and unfinished ''and statistics regarding location SOLICITED

Chest Drawers, three-way Mirrors for i climate, roads water, sites, etc., was

the bath room, a few Flags of Our I forwarded to the proper authorities ,

Country size 3x5 with staff Utility I for their Information and study. ','
II| The flat contour of the land in all
Cabinets, and many other items. directions from ,
j Okeechobee, said OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK

'onrath, allows gentle breezes to
Your Credit is Goodat I ,
I blow across this section, thus keepIng

Denmark's. We will be glad to arrange I the atmosphere circulating In

, "an air-conditioning" effect, which OFFICERSC.
terms for you and we appreciateyour I minimizes the summer temperatures
H. McNULTY, President
business.A I N RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pres. R B. MESERVE, Vloe-Pres.

small payment will lay away any- A letter has also been addressed 1"It's DIRECTORSR.

thing in our store for future delivery. to Representative Dwight Rogers, of powerful nice to edit this copy
B. Meierve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0.
this district In Washington, asking without havln' to clear with Tojo, Pearce Allen Markham

DE )I.\RK'S Phone ItS J. E. CONE, Manager his assistance to securing Informa and IfTn you folks buy 'nough War E. M. Mtserve C. H.: McNulty N. Ray Carroll

Bonds we won't ever have lo. Remember
tion as to the status of the
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at Okeechobee. Okeechobee County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE! NOTICE REAL ESTATE AGENT
SKEETS Florida, this 31 Ht day of May, 1049.: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF EQL'ALIZINO THE' ASSESSMENT: OF,
By Dow Walling ROY R. HAULEHSON FLORIDA IN AND FOIl OKEfflcnonnn TAXES FOIl 104.1! WANTEDActive
Clerk of Circuit Court Okeecbobre COUNTY.CIIANCEUY To nil property owners In Okeeeho-
County, Florida CASE No 033 hen County: Yon are hereby notified
F By Doris Gardner, D, C. Clara Tiililn Itolnnd.' ) tint on Jill 2nd. 101.1 I the County man or woman to lI.t.
5KEETS SURE Plaintiff Tux A."i'or "'11mnpt with the
)
/ SKEETS. WE'LL'PAINT vs. ) County Criunilinlnneri In the Court show and sell Form and country

NOTICE Jniiici Roland, ) douse for the pnrposo of hearing camptnlnt properties to people our National
THIS ON ALL THE nkeechohe County, florid, Defendant. ) aud receiving testimony. AI' to
Tune 11, 101!). OHOKll TO APPEAR the value of any property, real or Advertising bring >ou. Experience
FENCES IN" TOWN THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. THE HTAT13 OP FLORIDA ,personal, as fixed by thn County not essential, we train you for the
nurmiant to Section 0 of Chapter To JAMES 110LAND, address unknown Assessor of Taxes, of perfecting, re-
12011.\ ( Laws of Florida Acts of full: ylewln? and enunllzlng asscsmnents.r. a ork.
COPS WON'T DARE known ni the MUltl'IlY ACT and In In: ordered thnt you are.pqul.d E. DHA\VDY. Chairman
It hereby A profitable\ permanent connce-
of 2f1f1) k5Lows of I
I pursuance Chapter the Idth day of Rnorvl of CommissionersOkeochohep
on County
to
I I I I STOP US Florida.nvniioi.ADES Act of 1041.DKAINAUE known ns nlS.TI the. .Tnl)'. A. D. appear 104.1. before above-entitipd tIIeilnllnlll.1 CnilltFlorlela: tlon with the world'a (argent Coun

r land:ICY Bltuatcd ACT, the In Everglndes following described Drainage Court. to roll the IU11 In the of Compliant abovn,entitled try !ten I Estate Agency, In bu.lneits -

Dldtrlrt. In Oki'ochobec (',,"nlv. Flor- came. And the Okeechobee News Ishereby NOTICE TO CHFIilTOnj 43 )ears. Many of our agents
Ida will he offered fur snip at public deilgnnted a* the newspaper In .
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T'.nhRt.rt.. S. 110. 120)
(I nil $3,000
earning over
onl.rfor: the highest and hit cash which this order, shall he published COUNTY are per jear.
IV THE COUIIT (>P TUB
bid stiMort to the right of the Truer once, a week for four ((4) consecutive .Tunnra. OKHECMORKR I COUNTY Preference given to applicant
I; tens of the Internal Improvement, Fund a,,'k s.
soy I and, of the Ilnnril of ('?innilsiiloners of WITNTSI thn Honorable A. O.Knnncr FLORIDA. IX IMtOIMTE.In located In town or tillage or on
Dlntrlot to reject an .Tndiro of this Court and re: Estate of )
ivcrglnd Drainage
the City of PharlottR James Holmes) main highways at edge of town. .
any and nil Mil, nt the Conrthonw, the coal of this Court In
"fflnnlng i at 10'flo n' Jnrk A. M. on the Olceoobnlioo Okoeohoboo County FlorIda Deceased)
tilth day of July 104.1.:: An to all this 11th fIllY of June 104.1.HOY : To Alt Creditors and .Persona Having SritOUT REALTY AGENCY
8Ot4I9 II I lands ontililo the corporate limits of II. \ULERSON, : Claims: or Demands Agalnxt SaidEntiite 233:; Fourth Ate., New York 10, N. Y.
HMV munli'lpnllrv: ns of this date, Clerk of Circuit Court,
I title to one half of all petrollum and Okeechobee County Florid You and ench of you are hereby
three fourth of other tnlnertils will (Clruilt Court Seal) I notified and required to present any OFFICES COAST-10-COAST
I t.". reserved bv Trustee, of the Inter Jn 13-J113 claims and demands which yon, or
i7Th i nnl Improvement Fund ; If lands are either of you, may hare atrntnst the ,
WA'PA' I within said corporatn limits as of estate of Charlotte James Holmes, deceased
this date the reservation applies, but NOTICE or INTENTION TO late of said County, to the
privilege\ to explore mine and devel- HELL I. \sn County Judge of Okeecbobee County
I npe will be conducted on and under NOTICE H IIMir.nv GiVEN that Florida at his office In the court ELECTRICAL WORK
r I lands only with the consent at purmiant' to Section' 13:: (I). Chapter hnusn nf said County nt Okeechohee,
1 t the surface owner. Easements for 2on' q. Inn of Florida. Acts of 1041.nud .Florida within eight calendar months
I nid, right of way 200 feet wide will 'ertli.n (17 Chanter 11717,, taws from the time of he first publicationof
be reserved bjr said Trustees from ,I of riorldti. Acts of 1031. ns amended this notice. Each clnlm or demand
9 any parcel through which there Is an h\' Seel Ion 11. Chapter 2O 'l.Q. Laws of shall be In writing and shall state
II existing state road ; and easement, for Florida. Act of 1011. and' also purr I the place of residence and post office P. P. EVANSHOUSE
/ drainage and reclnmnUnn and f'>r limit to S.'ctlnn' 42. Chapter 20722.Lnws I address of the claimant, and shall bs
mod purposes will be reserved by the of Florida Acts of 1041 an I sworn to by the claimant, his or her
I Hoard of Cnmmliiiloneri of Everglades nmi-ndi'd bv !Section' 10, Chapter 22070, agent or attorney, and any such claimor
Drainage Dietrich Inns of Florida Acts of 1013. and demand not so filed shall he volt
11..0..1 ptlon II Senior' 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of ROSIE LEE FLINT,
Lot 13. Dlk. 2, Southern Fines I Florida, AHA of 1041, as amended bv As executor of the Last Will and
WRLLIt46- FAIdT I Addition. Section 21 Chapter 22070, In"1 of Testament of WIRING
I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: : Florida. Acts of 1013 1 the following Charlotte James Holmes deceased
OF EYEROi.ADES DRAIN. deicrlhed lands In Okeechohee County First publication May 4th, 1944 .
AGE DISTRICT Plnrldn.. tn-nlt!
TRUSTEES OF THE INTER. 1.t-3, 'Rlk n20. South Okeechobee
NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Lot 10, nik. 4. BAli S/D
RATION CALENDAR' FOR My Portion Is Good OK THE STATE OF FLOK- Lot 7. Blk. 23. City of Okeochobee I
WEEK OF JUNE 25, 1943 IDA. Lots chobee 8 & 0, Blk. 23, City of Okee

By ROY R. RAUI.ERSON. Agent: 4, Great takes S/D
Internal Im. Lot 7 Blk.
a time when the thought of for Trustees Fund of the and for Boardof Lots 3 & 4, Blk 01, City of Okee
Processed Foodit Blue Stampa Ar the world Is largely occupied provement Commtsiiloners of Everglades: chobee YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ? "
N2 P2, Q2, R2, S2 now valid, expire with the rationing of Drainage District, Okeecbobee Lots t 2, Blk. 211 City of Okeechobet -

; June 80. commodities, with shortages and County, Florida Lots ft. 0 & 10 Blk. 170, City of

T2, U2, V2, W2, X2, now valid, anticipated shortages, it is calming Tal1ahai\ Florida Lots Okeechohee 11 & 12. Blk. 170 City of

expire July 31. and helpful to contemplate June 11th. 1043: OkeechoheeLot
11. Blk 153, City of Okeechobee -
the words of the prophet Lamentations
, Y2, Z2, Al, Bl, Cl, now valid, NOTICENOTICE that HAVE THEM RECAPPED IN ONE
Is hereby given
3:24)) "The Lord is my
: ,
Internal Improvement Gob 4 & 8, Blk. 154 City of Okee-
expire August 81 the Trustees of the
portion, saith my soul; thereforewill chphee
Fund of tie State of
Dl, El, Fl, Gl, HI now valid, I hope in him." No. thinking Florida will offer for sale, to be tot 3 & 6. Blk. 157, City of Okeechobee OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS.

expire September 39. Christian believes in or anticipates sold to the highest bidder, at Talhaiisee -
will he offered for snip at public out.
11 o'clock A. M.
Florida at
Meat and Fates Red Stamps a shortage of infinite Love, July 17th. 1043:: the following described cry. for the highest and bent cash hid. ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE.
KUliject to the of the Board of
does he expect to have dif In OKEECHOBEB right
nor lands
E2, F2, G2, H2, J2 now valid, CnnnnlMlnners Everglades Drain-
culty in getting his portion, or COfNTY: ace District and/or hoard of County PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE
expire June 30. fear that his portion will be less EH of SWot NEVJ and SEH Cnmmlxiiloiier of Okeechobee Count,
Hancock Meander -
of NE' South of
{
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K2, L2 M2, N2, P2 now valid, expire than normal and perhaps insufll- Line Section 82, Township 87 at Florida the Courthouse to reject any beginning and all fit 10:0fl bids:' RUBBER USED. PHONE 139, FORT

July 81. cient. Infinite Spirit does not limit Month Range 33: East o'clock A. M on the IDth day of I I I I
for' THIS NOTICE Is published In compliance I ,July 1043. Easement for drainage
Q2 R2 S2 T2 U2 now valid, man. God gives good sufficient with Sections 21007. 270.08 and anti reclnn'nllnn and road purposes PIERCE, FOR APPOINTMENT.'
every need. 27000 Florida Statutes 1041. v.111 lie reserved.
expire August 31. Christ Jesus realized that plenty The suceesBfnl bidder Is to pay the HOARD op roMMitsiovrniOP '
V2. W2, X2, Y2 Z2 now valid, advertising costs. EVERGLADES DRAIN
Is normal and natural, the effectof Tbe Trustees of the Internal Improvement AGE DISTRICT
expire September 80. God's law, understood. Me dem- Fund of the State of Florida Rnll
Sugar reserve the right to reject any 110.\nn op COUNTY MSG: Tire & Retreading Co.
onstrated abundance in the midstof I and all hide Vl'SSlONEIII OP OKEECHO Humphries
Sugar Stamp No. 86, good for 8 lack as we see in the Incidentof I BY ORDER of the Trustees of the BEE COUNTY.:: KIOKIDA.
Internal Improvement Fund of the By ROY K. RAUI.EHSON.
the loaves and fishes. If be had
lbs, expires August 3L. State of Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court nf
Shoes looked at the few loaves and I Millard F. Caldwell, Oovernof Okeechobee County. Florida,
small fishes as the source of sup Attest. !II as airent for until Hoards.
Airplane Stamps No 1, 2, 3 now ply, he would have faced a prob. F. C. Elliot Secretary Br DORIS GARDNER
Trustees I, I. Fund Deputy Clerk
good. lem Incapable of solution. Apparently I .
foodat -- w- --"- -
Fuel OilsPeriods there was not enough!
hand for limited few.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 valid for 10 even a
'* Out the Master knew that supply
gallons each. Is spiritual, and that abundancecan

GasollnelA.16 be demonstrated in human experience

coupons valid 'thru Sept. 21 through understanding M100TY'UNLUCKY4W

y the spiritual nature of supply.
Jesus therefore demonstrated
Coast Guard' activities Inland
on
plenty for all concerned. Like-
waters, such as the Mississippi and wise today, one who understands -\

Great Lakes did much to hasten the nniuence of divine Love can 'i

introduction of the "Elsie" fleetLEI'S not lack what is humanly needfulfor
his own well-being and for I j :
LST'S etc. to modern
( ) war
the comfort and welfare of those
fare. him. II
dependent upon
t
Mary Baker Eddy, the Discov- ( owe:

erer and Founder of Christian ,
i Science, gives this comforting ;

massage in "Science and Health 1 i

GILBERT with Key to the Scriptures" (p.1

THEATRE 112)\ : "Christ Truth gives mor'nls 'i t 1 y' 4 e'ye tF' a

:': 3:': :::::::': :':' :':==: temporary food and clothing j .
until the material transformedwith We're
the ideal, disappears, and already on his doorstep

Sunday and MondayJuly nun Is clothed and fed spirituilly su o tf His Imperial Maesty( and all hfs!

1.2 ," Again she writes (ibid., p. I \ \ a gibbering Nips are getting a
1D4)) ), "Divine Love always has I \\ I l .i
DENNIS MORGAN net and always will meet every fi'r taste of flame, death and de

luinan need." These words have struction. And here's more bad

IRENE MANNING .men a source of Inspiration and ,, 4, q. news for our enemies tie!
comfort to thousands the world 1i
In"DESERT i\er, and they continue to bless, I '. I Mighty 7th War Loan. It'sam"

o heal and to free from limitation America's assurance of a united

SONG" of evury kind. Divine Love I people and a united will: to
iocs not leave us to struggle with Cn /
II fear, doubt and insufficiency. In S / hasten Victory and bring our

spite of material evidence to the | boys home.
MARCH OF TIME
contrary, we can prove that whatis
LATE NEWS' really necessary for our happiness 1

and well-being is at hand. ,,

I}:- ::SR X:i S3'r:==}:Si Generosity and faith will never t I
be limited, nor will Intelligence a SEAL
quality of infinite Mind. Intelligence -
Friday and Saturday is not dependent on material

July 6.7 conditions. We have all the

intelligence we claim and permit HIS

JAMES CAGNEY to permeate our daily affairs. The

more we use, the more we ex

In press. It is the same with every I DOOM

quality of God. .
"FRISCO KID""THANK There is plenty of truth for

everyone, and the understanding
e :u of Infinite Truth brings freedom. You everybody/ Add

Jesus said (John 8:32) "Ye shall a. 1
: ; the might cf dollars
YOUR your
and the truth
know the truth, '
; to the might of our fight.
STARS"with shall make you free. Truth understood ;r '
LUCKY and practiced always : ing menBuy MORE and

an AII-Star Cast ends bondage. The operation of t d* BIGGER BONOS
Truth in daily affairs is as simple Pf

.s as the use of a mathematical fact.

e Since two and two equals four, *
LATE NEWS' the answer cannot be five, and the

truth destroys the mistake and

:X C X a=::a:::mSew one's belief in the mistake. Man

:as God made him, perfect and unlimited -
ComingSince cannot be in bondage and av

suffer lack. -Tin Christian/ I
WAR LOANFRIDAY

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Guest In the HouseSensations NOTICE TO APPEARTiiE'

of 1945
STATE OP FLORIDA TOl
GEORGE HOWARD NOODLE Routs
4, Box SO, Keldsvllle, North Carolina.
You are hereby required to appear e r "os tswM""krs +
st my office In Okeecbobee. Florida,
on July 2, A. D. 1045: to bill of complaint
M alari a far divorce filed against you
by Mary Lee Woodle In Circuit Court
of Okeechohee County, Florida, In de-
CHECKED L1 DAYS WITH antis whereof Decree Pro Confesso F
will be entered against you. TbeOkeerhnhee
LIQUID for Newt Is designated as the r r r o
f\ /"* / MALARIAL, newipaper In which this order shall ,q r
SYMPTOMS tie published once each week for four iti / y % % x nY / rr antirn r
Y\ YY\ consecutive weeks. ray h 9yY ,
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