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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 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 8 .- Okeechobee Florida, Friday, August 10. 1945 Price Five Cents

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r News and Viewsof County Commissioners C of C REV. J. R. MARTIN WILL
Adopt Budget And Cut Will Change PREACH AT BAPTIST r T. H. Perrin, Athletic Director And


Service Menthe Tax Rates-For 1945 Name At Its Next llllltl'JIHUtSUY- I'. M. I I Football Coach And J. E. Starling

Rev J. R, Martin ,
At the of Delray Beach
meeting
of the Board of
World OverDoyle
County Commissioners Regular will preach at the Okeechobee Baptist !
at the courthouse Meeting Church Assistant Coach Started Work Monday
Monday they adopted the on Wednesday evening, ,
Stewart whole i stationed at budget and fixed the millage for August 15, at eight o'clock. The I __ .
the Naval Air Station at Melbourne] I The regular public ll cordially Invited to -
the coming year. The budget as I I monthly meeting of come
and In : I II Visits In Okeechobee T H- Perrin who has been appointed
pent Monday night Tuesday adopted will reduce the taxes of the i the Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce and hear Rev. Martin
Okeechobee with his parents, Sheriff (: I Athletic Director and Head
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county for the year 1945 over what Monday evening at
Football
and frl. N. 0. Stewart. Coach for the Okeechobee
they were in 1944. the Chamber office In the Southland
THE
I GADFLYBy i High School during the coming season
Mrs. Morris Barnett received The valuation of property in the Hotel.. and several Important t: yY d ydy ? arrived In Okeechobee the first
a county was raised $300,000,00 matters of business were discussed. ?
I over MARJORIE B. WALLACEFor of the week
letter this week from her husband
the Chairman Raulerson of the
valuation of last and at com-
year
Nc. Morris Barnett who has been I mittee on headquarters J, E. Starling who will teach the
the an and
same time the millage was reduced reported entertaining edifying i
with the Army Engineers In Italy 1mill.. below that levied that temporary headquarters had experience I recommend a sightseeing sixth grade In ichool and act a,

for many month in which he states I last year. In 1944 the County Commissioners been established In the hotel but tour of the typhoid clinic.Ford'i Assistant Coach, has also. arrived
that he cant tell where ne is out that his committee hoped to famous here and the two have Issued a call
levied 6 3mill.. for get a production line
that he li getting two square meals county operation and 8 mills for building erected In the park facing has nothing on It. Patients are for all of the boyi who are available .
t day Mrs Barnett I li lure that he debt service Parrott Avenue this fall. The direc herded Into the outer office by t I and expect to play this seasonto
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if on his way to the Pacific because At their meeting Monday the tore voted to request the permission Mrs Duffy, seated on the benches meet the new coaches In the

a number of men from his County Commissioner levied 6 of the City Council to erect Just so, and ai their names are I j lockeroom at the high school

outfit have already gone there.: mills for operation and 7 1mill.. such building on that location called and they past into the inner building at 2:30: Wednesday afternoon .

.!* --:- for debt service which laves the taxpayers Manager Conrath suggested that room, looking dazed, anxious tear I shoes August 15 and bring their

Mi1 and Mn J. C. Pearce are In of the county about $600.00 the name of the organization be ful, defiant, or bored, according to ,

receipt of a letter from their ion, in actual taxes during the next year changed from Okeechqbce Chamberof I their age- and temperament, others I Coaches Perrin and Starling start
Wilson Pearce, In which he lays hell While this amount in not a large I Commerce to the Okeechobee coma In from the Jam-packed hall I' ed work on Monday to getting the

now In the Philippine Islands saving when it la taken in consideration County Chamber of Commerce and to take their places. And the ones I grounds In shape for the first

and that he was recently promotedto I that all other taxes are go- the membership be made county- In line outdoors, reaching almost to practice which will be held next

the rank of Chief Motorman's ing up and not clown it 11 uorthj of wide in order to further the fine the street, wearily put one foot In week. They have also renaired the
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Machinist Mate. Wilson has been I ('on-idel'll"l" atteu hon on the partof spirit of unity which now exists. I front of the other and inch for- lockers for the convenience of the
In the Navy many months and ha* the tux pikers of the county I The directors voted unanimously, to I ward. Cong, Dwight L, Rogers ;boy during the practice season and

Men service both In the Atlantic --- recommend this change to full For the whir of machinery thereIs the regular schedule

and Pacific theatres of war. membership at the next meeting I the hum of conversation, for the Coach Perrin li a graduate of the
Co. Commissioners Upon request from the Florida blasts of a whistle there are howls Dwight L. Rogers Miami Edison High School wherehe

rvt. fernery Pearce who Is sta- Slate Chamber of Commerce the from Indignant little children who was a star player on that team

tloned at Camp Gordon. Georgia in Transact BusinessIn directors authorized the presidentto think being stuck with a needle the Spends Two DaysIn and later he attended the Unlver-
expected home for a short leave I appoint an Everglades National ultimate in humiliation. ,Ity of Miami where he was the

next week and will visit his parents Park committee to work with similar A card index keepi track of uarterbaok for that college last
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Pearce at Regular SessionThe committees. In other cities In every patient' progress, and those Okeeechobee year and while he has had no prevl-

Venn and other relative! and the state to promote the establishment who are having their third and last our experience In coaching he has

friend In Okeechobee. I Board -of County Commissioners and development of this most shot go out happily, rubbing their I ;;: :- I been highly recommended as coach
worthy project. arms, through with the business : Dwlllht L. COIllrr..m.n__ n_..._.. and athletic Atraftr. Mr., Starling
Public Information Division, U. S. \,Ida of Okeechobee County, Fior- Manager Conrath showed the first praise be. "Were you sick?" I. the from the Sixth Congressional District coached at Taylor High School In-

Const Guard, Washington, D. C.- met In regular sesi'u'i' o-i August copies of the Servicemen folder question of the cry, answered variously which Include Okeechobee Baker County last year where hewas
6th, 1945 at 10:00 .
Special to Okeechobee News-CoastGuardsman a. nl.Pre.ent Just off the presi to the directors. from a disgusted "Naw" from county, spent two days in town last successful In his work ai teacher *
I were: Chairman C. E.Drwdy week,
Drayton R. Kilpatrick, This folder haa been prepared for the younger male set, to a whining, talking hinge over with his and football coach.
Commissioners B C. '
gunner' mate third class, of Okee- Swain, W. F. Walker 0. J, Chapman mailing to all men in service urging detailed account of how terriblyshe ] constituent. Coaches Perrin and Starling left
chobee, Fla., Is serving aboard a I their| return to Okeechobee County had suffered from the typical Mr. Rogers has made an exceptionally Wednesday afternoon with County
and
I F. :1. !Mobleyj: County :It- (
t Coast Guard-manned invasion supply when released and suggesting a hypochondriac female of the ipeciei. fine record as a freshman Superintendent Carl T. Durrance
torney T. W. Conely Jr., Sheriff N.
ship In the Pacific. The big Invasion 0. Stewart and Clerk Poy R. Raul- lumber| of lines of business In I In Congress, having been appointed for Gainesville! where they are attending -
ship li one of the many assault rson-- which they might engage' in tUi I .iCoit<< of the very small children to two Important committee, the a three-day football clinic
vessels being manned by Minutes community. All families In this yelled vigorously, the boys rather Avlatlou committee- and the* Dx'J under the direction of Coach Jomleb '
of the meeting heM] July *
Coast Guardsmen In the surge to. 2nd. 1945 were read and approved. city and county are urgently requested more loudly than the girls, but one elusive Interstate and Foreign Com of the 'University of Florida. t -tWhere's
ward the Jap homeland CoastGuardsman to send In the names and tiny tot looked as dlsintereated ai merce committee. He was active In
Financial statement for the monthof
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Kilpatrick'l wife and addresses of men in service from if she were simply1 having her face legislative effort for his own special -
ion live in Okeechobee, July showing balances as of July their homes 10 that the manager of washed, and took it like a soldier district as well as in national the Meat?
31st,
1945
I' was presented as fat- and
the Chamber may have them and I The only break In the production International affairs The magazine -
Cpl. Milton H. Davis, ion of Mr. lows: forward .copy of the folder to line came when Mri Duffy passed "The Florida Cattleman" gives March of Time

and Mrs. S. B. Davis, formerly of I General Fund . . .$11,803.47 them. Citizens are urged to CO' a mother with a fretting child In praise to Mr. Rogers and Hardin
Okeechobee but now of Frostproof, Fine and Forfeiture I ahead of their Peterson' for their
II operate In this effort. rightful place in the successful fight
ll home on a 30-day furlough and i It Fund . . . 6,319.68 I I A letter written by Manager Con- scheme of things, which may have to have the quota on cattle mar Explains Shortage
visiting his grandmother, Mn. Road 2.954.12I I upset the order of the universe keting Increased, which
& Bridge Fund rath, to J Ham fowling, Chief but was tome
Nancy M. Davis, and other relativesand relief -
Agricultural Fund . 676.29 Engineer for the State Road was a definite improvement In the In the almost Impossible
Department
friend Okeechobee. He MeatJiungry American will
in was muddle find
by the OPA
music of
Outstanding Indebted- the spheres, of the meat '
overseas 17 months and nerved with t urging the department to situation 'food for thought" In the latest
ne.. Fund . . 87444 i inaugurate plans for the improvement In the Inner sanctum Nurse March of
Time
Gen Hodge First Army Ha operated "Where1 Th.Meat .
a tank destroyer and was t In Race Track Fund . 19,750.84 of State Road 59 from Okee- Thomas was a study in efficiency Mr. Rogers, when asked what hecon.ldered ?" which reveal hidden fact
1940 General RefundIng hobee to Bassenger. Without a wasted motion, ihe the outstanding work of
the battle for Brest and severs 1 This road, it moved about why we have a shortage
Fund . . . Congress during this
more. He was wounded and was 6,83861 will be remembered, has been desig smoothly from one shot to another session, answered when more cattle than in any pre

back with his outfit only] a few nated as number one project by the quiet, soothing, unruffled by without hesitation, "Th.1 war year roam the raages today I

days when the Red Army met them. $49,11545 county commission under the secondary the kicking, yelling youngster, goIng I Charter.ratification" of the United The MOT, showing at the Gelberb
He was taken back to the hospital Mark. and Brands from Districts I road building program carried through the routine of filling He mentioned also the extensive I Theatre August 26 and 27, open

and missed seeing the Germans a 3 and 4 were received and ordered i on by the SRD In this county syringes, sterilizing, fitting needles, legislation on behalf of thereturning ; with scenes showing lome of the

few hours. When his furlough U filed In the office of the Clerk of sterilizing arms, and deftly sticking veteran of this warCongress : tricky methods employed by housewives .


out he will be at Daytona Beach I Circuit Court. Emergency Crop Loans a succession of human limbs, ai good he said, having done a I to coax meat .out of not-al
hospital. Report of the County Welfare Are Now Available At Imperturbably ai Fate Itself. She war-time Job, was now forwardlooking ways-reluctant butchers. But the e
Board was received and ordered ha. the confident, serene manner of and peace-minded, try trouble f li not Just with the local
CIVILIAN JEEP'S PRICE htl' filed in the office of the Clerk of County Agent's Office the well-trained nurse, plea] the Ing to anticipate and prepare for butcher, the film shows. Graft,

That drlvin', four-wheeled demon, Circuit Court. more human interest of the hometown \- the problems of the end of war, thebeginning OPA violation., and evasions by

the Jeep, as now adapted for civilianuse Upon motion by Commissioner r Applications for emergency crop girl In people she know as of reconversion and the means of legal technicalities range

has been provided with a Swain, duly seconded by Corr-mls- bans are now being received at the Individual. as well as patients. I return to normal living from cattle rustling to bribing the

dollar-and-cent ceiling price of sloner Walker, the Board approved County Agent1 office by the County understand she Is now the county A quiet, sincere and friendly man, butcher

$1,090, f.o.bToledo, Ohio, It has the application received from K. E. Agent. Farmer who are In need nurse, and she will be a good one Mr. Roger. is completely l free from The MOT then take up the question

been announced by Mr. Scharfschwerdt Stello cancelling tax certificate No. of funds for crop production, such l 380 people got their shots last the obnoxious, oily, false heartlnesi of distribution and points out

chairman of the Okeecho 1670 of 1942 Issued on Lot 9, Elk. ai seed and fertilizer, and they Tuesday, and for 127 of them i it which ii the itock-in-trade of many some fact not commonly! known to

bee War Price and Rationing Board. 5, South Okeechobee after having have been unable to obtain adequate was the third and last. On Thursday politician He inspire confidenceand the meat-hungry American. In many

This figure will be plus taxes and been presented with affidavit from funds from other sources, shouldcall of last week, 142 colored folks the feeling that the affairs o:f localities there Is a surplus of meat
the customary trade additions for Tax Assessor Robert Lafartln! at the County Agent'i office went out nursing their third and his district are In honest and efficient while other communities find that

transportation, handling and optional that extension was made In error. The loam are available for plant last sore arm of the season The hands., legal methods like group buying of

equipment, he added. Upon motion of Commlsilsoner Ing fall crops advocated by the Extension typhoid clinic has been a great success When he says that he want beet on the hoof for tongs la
"The price Is somewhat higher Chapman duly leconded by Corn Service. Emergency crop and it wlA be continued until everybody In Okeechobee to fee quick-freezing warehouses insure

than the pre-war selling price of r.lssloner Swain, the Board Intructed loam are made to farmers, either every person In town wishing then free to tell him what they wouldIlk. them a plentiful supply of meat the

light passenger cars, because the the Clerk to draw war- owners or tenure, who own or ea i protection, has had the three shots to have him do for the good year round
civilian Jeep U not primarily a each payable to Phil Y. Cason and make arrangements to obtain land I I I against typhoid. Then, I undent.ne d, of the 'county, he lent Just talking Government spokesmen, aware of

passenger vehicle but falls Into the I W. Register for payment o i to farnj), who own Or have the us i iof the clinic hopes to go on to equally He really mean. It- this paradoxical situation, are endeavoring

utility trucking classification," Mr.I right-of way for State Road No. 59 workstock and equipment with Important protection against otherdiseases I to lecure a more equitable

Scharfschwerdt explained.With at tho rate of $25.00 per acre. which to farm, and who can give a particularly of schoolchildren. distribution of what meat there
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all lilted accessories which I Upon motion of Commissioner I first lien on the crops to be financed I became an operating actuality, but iiOPA Director Chester Bowlei

can be had Individually as on a Mobley, duly seconded by CommisII ,- at security.Interest I At present the typhoid clinic will the greatest part of the work would d and Secretary of Agriculture Anderson

passenger car, the civilian Jeep wi I sloner Swain the resignation of rate on these loans Is continue, but It would be a wonderful fall on. Mill Thomai- Since the speaking In the film, tell

sell for a few cents under $1,350, I( Mrs W. R. Tomlinson ai welfareboard four percent pet annum. Interest Is I thing for our children if it county has employed a rellteredgr.duat. plans for better distribution

plus federal excise taxes. I I member was received and< *.- charged only I for the actual time could be enlarged In icope. nurse, the State Board of Here I I. an MOT certain to Interest

Improvement over the military I jccpted. the funds are used by the borrower. Miss J. L. Sogaard, of the State Health can do much more for the any type of audience

Jeep, OPA laid, include the addition Report of Receipts, Expenses and I Ai stated above, these appllcad Board of Health, U spending several county than would have been poi.

of a drop back and the addition of> i yet Income for six monthi period, floes are In the hands of your days in Okeechobee, giving ilble with a county welfare worker nearer 1 reality today than be.
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a heavier frame plus lealed-beam I ending! June 30th, 1945 were t.- 'I County Agricultural Agent, and he Mm Thorns the benefit of her experience who wa not a professional nurse fore.

headlight Some purely military I acted fro. Robert La Martin, Tax, will\ be glad to talk thli matter In letting up the machinery A public health program Is needed Left all forget yesterday and
features of the war-time Jeep have Assessor; N 0. Stewart Sheriff lover with you, and assist you In I for each a clinic. Dr. Dudley badly I needed, In Okeechobeecounty pull together in
harmony for a
been eliminated I (Continued on page Two) I I planning your fall crops. I would be In charge, It the clinic and it teems to be much brighter tomorrow-

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POCKET KNIVES FISHING REELS LADY'S BICYCLE STILLSON WRENCHES SOCKET WRENCHES

HAND DRILLS PRUNING SHEARS RAT TRAPS -' FLY SWATTERS IRONING


HUNTING KNIVES BOARDS -: WASH BOARDS MASON JARS STRAW HATS WATER KEGS

GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 54 Okeechobee, FloridalIbt.

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which poisoned by cat- l.'its S and 4, Blk 1O, City (III. NOTICE OF Api'nrTiON FOR
birds were TA\ Ilt.EIINotice

(ohCl'dtl1l1l'C; Rationing News Rotarians, Are Told 'iUK the sprayed insects Clifford Okoocholipe Lot n, Hlk. 1"W, City of OkeechobeeLot Is hereby given tlmt Con-
1. Hlk. 204, f'ltv of Okeechobee illiited Naval store' Compnnv. the
Boyle reported that In recent use Lot 8. Hlk. 1(11)( City of lOkeechobeeI holder of the folbmlnir certlfli'ntps
To Be Aware of of DDT for hornflies It has been .nt fl Hlk. imi Cltv of Okeechobee has filed said certificates for a tax
Published Every Friday by the Ration Calendar for Week of Lot 10 Dlk. 23, City of OkeechobeeI di-ed lo he issued thereon The certificate
Okeecbo-I found toxic to some animals andto I 11. Illk., 23, City of Okerchobeellnu numbers and l rears of U il
Okeechobee News Co.? at August 6, 191 H Its HW ('or. of NEW of SEVi of| Slice the donorlptlon of the property, s
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida of some human beings, therefore s w,', run N (1KI ft. N 110 degreea.E nnd 1 the names In which It was
----- I I"rocP.led Dangers Spray must be carefully watched and !Idll'? f.. to creek SWly along creek IIKHHISIMl, lire III folio". :
use lo point duo E: of beg th0nce W to ivr!likiiliVIM. 10 and HI, Venr of .
.. Editor Blue Stamps
.. Fooilil .
BRYANT BOWDEN I supervised until more Is known beg except creuk It-W. In Sec 27.I Instance 3042.Desrrlpth'n. lhk"
-- .__. -- V. Z2, AI, Bl, CI now valid' I T :i7. It :'II ) ) of property! *
Its effects In
about nr< 2. 8 and 4, Hlk. 130 City ofOkoochnbee \VK nf SBH of NE'4 "f SHV4
Petered: M emend rtnui matter July August 31. I w D. I CokiT in charge of the <.' I: Twp. 34. HBO. 33 con, V-'l( f
1. 101 I. lit the Pout Offlc In expire Tuesday at the meeting of Judge T.. W Conely reported that I ots T and 8, Blk. 204, City of Okeefl SFrof< SEV4 In See 4, Twp 84
program
bee, Fin, nnder Act of) Mar.Ok""M-1 Dl El. Fl, at, Hl-now valid- I UK State Road department lias Indicated "h"'r' Hue, m: ,. ron. 40 a.Nnme .
------ .-- -.-- L'M u're,, !September\ 80. the Rotary club, Introduced a. the I I 1..1 Hlk 20*. ntr of Olioechohoe In which nsKesftcd. Unknown
willingness to clear a park Lot 11, r.lk. IWrt, City of OUeecbnbeaL'it botiigr In the
D. 0, Jcrnigan, a missionary : All of snld property
SUBSCRIPTION RATE .11 Kl, Ll, Ml, Nl-now valid- i speaker around the lndlan monumenton 12. Hlk. 2111. City of OketrhohceI. Omity of Okoeehoboe State of Flor
One Year In advance . .$Z.OO'I October 81. worker among the Indians of ,, urea 4. nik. loll Cltv of Okwchobra ids
t.M : pxi! 10 thu lake which project was 1 "In 7 to 12 luc., 111 Ie. 251, City oC ? shall be ra-
P'T!' Vontn tn advance, . valid- Florida Mr. Jerntgan gave a number I Oki'pchobeo I'nl.O',1 r.Tlirlcntn
Three Month. In advance . .'111 ''ro QNov mb A1'801now I of little-known and most Inter- Atartt'l l some weeks ago by the Lots 2 and 8, Blk. 8, Bnslnfffr Hint- 1 .HI teemed'tiled' acfurillnif thUritn sbnll tn low be 1 property soli) to alas the esh'heat
-. ex: club. Nathan Zelmanovlti "('MB Spctlnll I :' ;:: Milder nt the rniirlhnnw: door
------ eating facts about the origin, reUnion Rotary I I "t 14. In Fee. 30. T 33: It 93.H .. the month of
nottnoe In local rolnmn. 10 leaN and Fatal .lied Stamp I and the State n the rii, t M>"ndnv In ;
R nnir' will provide the land, g. 220 yds N of 8W Cor tee IS, Is the 3rd dny
which
Semi- 1941.
"i>nt. n line Ttates for di.n1Av' adYrMulnir HZ 82, T2 U2-now valul- and customs of the Tdin E 22) Mis. JJ lill yds I W 220 yds, September.! .
Q. in 1040.Pnted
fnrnln'ied' on aprllratlon CIaue- no:% ", fir, li'. rally, "Run-sways," of Road department will help anyway 1 1/\. vds. In Sec 2t. T :US: it 33. of September this ,27th day nf 1n'''". I'll3.HOV .
'in"d fldTi>rfl 'ln '. 2 rent Mfh word expire August 81. possible to woke an attractive Sit of X\V'4 of HWW In Sec 4.or I B.! RAri.EflSO.V.,
Itomn regarding e.terprIN. .- which the Okcechoboe 'ow Creek ft
All 37. 8.1.
per Insertion. I .
Court 'if'Itevehob
ohnrireahle. cnndnet it advertising, for profit rates. are 1 J. \\ :3. X2 Y2. Za-now valid- tribe is a part. mi'-l'I! pork at this hist6rlo site. A I I I 0I'.hobPe Lots 7 mod R. Blk. 1R3, City of ,('I rk, ,.
._ .__ expire September 30. ( Court Seal
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n. -- -- Lots 1 to 0 Inc., Blk 14. Riverside
I The Seminoles have never surrendered to handle
.\'dvMttnltiBWlla .tr I'ft Tahl" on the Ai. Bl, Cl, Dl, El-now valid- committee wan appointed I Turk Addition
to to or made peace with I eta fl. 10 and 12. Bik 14 lilverstda
let *f each month Parties onsnown expire October 31. the project. Any monument of such NOTICE OF APPLICATION t'OR
ptiblljhers required' to pay In advance the United States government In I'ark Addition '1'\' '( HFFPNotice
Kl, Gl fit, Jl, leinow114- should have a suitable Tnt 1. Tilk 1. Royal Oaks AdditionLot that Okeechoben
Importance -
Is hereby given
remembrance of this fact, Mr. i 2. Blk. 1. lioynl Oaks Addition
ere November 80 I Lot. fl. Itlk. I'M.: City of Oltewhobee Incorporated the holder of the
County Commissioners /SugarSugar Jernigan said, at the time of the citing. As It Is, probably not one Loin 0 and 10 Blk 10S. City ofOkwHinbee following certificates has filed said
certificates for a tax deed to he Issued
(ICrnMnr"d, from Pnee final Green Corn Dance they partake ofa tourist In five hundred sees It or thcrnon Certificate numbers end years
Stamp No. 33 good for 5 Lot 2. Hlk 20, Smith OkcechoheeI
and Roy R. Kauler.on, Clerk Circuit secret herb which symbolizes the knows of its existence. .ots 1, 2. 8 and 7 to 12 Inc.. Blk. of Issuance. thn description In which of the It
Court. pounds, explree August 31 210. ('Ity of Okeechohee property and the names
Shoes hate of the Indian for the paleface Conely will be in charge of Lot. 0. Blk. 103 City of Okcecbobea was asHrsspd are HH follows t
Judge 21
deeds! were approved for Certificate No. 17, 18 and year
County and all his ways. Three other secret will he offered for sale at public out. 1343.n".l'rlpllnn .
of Issuance
the following: Airplane Stamps Noi. 1, 2, 3, 4, the meeting next week.NOTICE cry for the highest- and best ...n.h11,1., of property!
E. Lihtscy, now good. I herbs are eaten at the same nuMecf to the right of the Board of Lot 11 Section 27, Twp 84 Rge. 83.
Van
R. r.iromol, : time, each a symbol of one of the Commissioners of Eir-rglndci Prnln- N 4 acres of SIB' of Lot 24, Sec 28,
Minnie Norman, I. N. McMullen, Fuel Oil\ I I age District and/nr Doer of County Twp. 84 Rge. S3.
tenets of their religion. In spite of -- I Commissioners, nf Okeechohen- County Lot 27 Sec 81, Twp 84 Rge. >S3
John H. Walker, John W. Swain, Period 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, valid for 10 I the Florida to reject any and all bids,: Name in which assessed C. C. Bone,
on :
their daily appearance I at the (Courthouse beginning nt 10'Ofl Clarence E. Hubbard and B. P. and .
Alma Grove gallons each. Period 1 coupon (new Florida, ..
o'clock ,
streets of town, in their colorful OkrwhobM County, 10th, IMA 'I A M. on the 20th day of O. W. Volk.
Upon motion duly carried the season)-unit value, 10 gallons July August 1043. Easement for drainage All of said property being In the
tribal costumes, they ore a race NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that and reclamation and road purposes County of Okeechobee State of FlorIda
Okoecho& New. was designated ai Gasoline love for wish to pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter will\ he reserved .
with or
no
apart l2! l. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1917 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Laws of) A-16 valid through September Unless such certificate or certificates
to publish coupons
tie :
ewtraper I emulate the aspects of our civiliza known ss the MVHI'IIY ACT. and In OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE shall be redeemed according to
the Regular: Scttion of the Florida 21. Each car owner must I pursuance of Charter 20AA8. Laws of DISTRICT law the property described In such
Shrouded In their prehistoric
tion. Florlila Acts of 1041 known as the
will be sold
1945 write his license number and state ". BOARD certificate or certificates
L.'RKlntuie! EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DI"! OF COUNTY COIL courthouse
and the
mysteries, they are proud un- | to the highest bidder at
TRICT ACT the following described MI Sir NEIlS OF OKEECHO
In compliance with Chapter 136, on each gas coupon as soon as It willing wards of an alien people, land situated In Everglades DralnmeDistrict. BEE COt.STY. FLORIDA. month door of September on the first 1043 Monday, which In the Is ,

Florida' statutes 1041 The Okee- Is Issued to him. Mileage rationing their tribal In Okoeehohee County, Flor By ROY It. RAULEK1ON.! the 3rd day of September, 1943.:
preserving In secret ida will be offered for sale at public Clerk of the Circuit Court of of July, IMS.
this 27th day
chobi-e County Bank was designated record must be presented when applying and memories outcry for the hlghent and best rash Okeerhobee County Florida Dated
legends bid. subject! to the right of the Trustees ss agent for said Boards HOY K. KAULtRSON.!:
an County Depository for thePent for all passenger car gasoline Mr. Jernigan spoke of the need of the Internal Improvement Fond Clerk of Circuit Court of
July 1. 1945. rations and of the Roard of Commissioners of By DORIS GARDNER Okeecbobee County, Florida
Omll"'llc.nlr for more visual education and a Everjrlades Drnlnage Dlntrlot to reject Deputy Clerk (Seal)
Upon motion by Commissioner Make ration applications by mail' especially any and all bids\ at the Courthouse,
better health program vtrlnnlnir At in'no o'clock \. M on the
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Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner -save time and effort. rule, 1945. As to all
for the children, who are, as a Snih day of August
Mobley, the budget was approved lands outside the corporate limit. of
of good average mentality with a any municipality, as of this date
and the Clerk] was instructed GAS! FOR VETERANSUp natural bent for mechanical training title to one half of all petrollum and
three.fourths of other minerals will
to certify the millage as set out. to 30 gallons of gasoline: will\ and who constitute the only he renorved hTrmtens of the Inter.

be provided discharged servicemenfor I' hope of bringing the Seminole In- nnl within Improvement said corporate Fund : limits If lands as ere of YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ?

Ma.la.ri i a : use In attending to personal affairs : dian Into real and understandingcontact this privilege date to the explore reservation mine applies and develops but-

I and making adjustments to with American Ideals and will be conducted on and un
CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH \. I lands only with IbA consent <
civilian life, OPA has announced.Issuance
of life.Guests Easements for
way surface owner.
LIQUID: for I of the ration Is restricted I present at the meeting I I""r, right of way 200 feet wide 1 will I
reserved hr snlil Trustees from
f* 6 6 FIALARIALSYMPTOMS to enlisted men who had been I were Rotarian C. G. Willis, of Pa- any parcel through which there Is sn I HAVE THEM RECAPPED IN ONE
Y\ existing stifle road ; and easement fordrnlnaire
separated from active service no
\ Take only! as directed : hokee L. V Conrath, and Fred and recliimntlnn and for
longer than 30 days on August 3 or Montsdeoca. rond purposes will be reserved by the OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS.
Itt'iird! of r"inml.aloner of EiergladcsUrnlnnuo
thereafter i before raking application .
DlMrlct.DpNrrlptloni
i J. D. Northwood gave the regular
BRING YOUR and IB the largest ration poe ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE.

| oihlt, under present allocations made monthly review of the Rotary maga Lot 6, l'.lk.! IS.!. City of Okeechobee I I
Needs I zine. Among the articles mentionedwas I PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE
Printing aMiilabli' civilian 173 City of
fur I II Lots 2 to 0 Inc., Blk.
of the
one relative to the use nkeechobeeLot

TOOkeechobee ------ -- I new nmcticide, DDT in an experimental M Blk. SC4 City of Okeecho- I, RUBBER USED. PHONE 139, FORT

r r spraying of a large area of beei.ob 1 to :3 Inc., Blk. 2M City of
News d e I I forest, which did Indeed kill the Oke".b"brr PIERCE, FOR APPOINTMENT. .
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Lot a. Blk. 2S4, City of Okeecho- h
bugs but also killed all of.t the bee (
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bee

I IW.\OK. no EVEROTAPFS DISTRICT OP' ; rOMMISSinXFRI r DKAIX.Af.E l Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.1LllJtXji7T7jI .

TIM' TEKS; OK THE IXTEn.NAI. .
r' I IMPROVEMENT FfND
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p fiK. .TUB STATE; OF FLORIDA.

THH tlC C ILO Bv IOV II. RAUI.ERSO.V, Agent
for Trustees of the Internal) 1m.l .
l Pf"> \"' meat Fund and for Hoard

of Coniiulaalfliiers of KreruliidosDrnlniige .. _. _
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tiurauniit NOTICE to 1'1 .1'110"IlRfinnV 13: GIVEN 11)I Chapter that y TRACTOR AND DRAGLINE WORK J:

J''ir.i. IOWA of Florida\ Aot of 1011: JI,
r and| veitlnn iT, ("ii.ililor 1171. Lira K
,f riorldn Arts .f 1WI ns amended,
M <(,'(Ion 11 Chnvtcr nuLa"" nf Clearing grubbing! and Excavation |
".''Milii., .t-f Till! and als pur- I ,
: mint. to Seetlon 42. C'mptcr 50722i : .. 1
''0 "t Hoil.In ACID of lim.\ nsi I 1 td
i mdiil "ectlon 1H Chnpti 2207': ,. I
n MI nf Flnrliln.. Act "' IOIS and I F. C. ROBINSON Engineer
''I'M 44 Chnpter 2(1722 Iowe of'' ; ,
"r'lililn" \ct. "f 1041 '.. nm"lp,1! b'linn <"
". 21. Chapter 2JU7U. Lnws of'' N 406 Han/ey Blvd., Ph. 8780, West Palm Beach *
I'.rliln' Arts 'if I'M!). Hi. follow In al'8f )
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i llu'd' lands In Okepch.ihee County.
;", rid' |, tn.,, It: I'I.. .
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As a method Jap self-extermination, hara-kiri has provedan

efficient ally.

But who wants to wait for all'of Japan to fall on// a sword

and call it quits?

No, hara-kiri won't win this war. Wishful thinking won't
To the thousands of men and women a business builder, we take great pride
This is for MacArthur and Nimitz.
I win it either. a job For G. I. ,

who comprise the Seaboard family, the in the fact that with Seaboard the Joe and a guy named "YOU" If.

erm "courteous service" is not just a friendly smile and cheerful word spring .
Now MacArthur and Nimitz and G.I. Joe can handle their

catch phrase. It is rather the outward from that innate consideration for end, as the record shows. But how about YOU?

expression of a sincere desire to treat others which is the basis for all true Your job at present is simply this : Keep on buying Was

our patrons as we would want to be courtesy. i Bonds-week-in, week-out-until final victory is ours. Buy on

treated if we were in their place. The Seaboard's function Is
primary the Payroll Saving Plan ; or buy on your own plan. Keep on dig-

A railroad is no different from any to provide adequate transportation ging into your wallet for every leaf of folding green you can

other enterprise, in that the human service to the public. In the fulfillment spare and sink it into every bond: it will buy These) bonds are

equation is vital to the success of the ofthatobjectiveitisourambitiontodobusiness. your stake inAmerica-today and tomorrow.

And while it is well known so in such a way as to justify the claim"once
vrrn I" a T'rn nr'Ttit i1T TIJ J"t1HTERSRI

that courtesy is of first importance as a.patron, always a friend."

I tt1AD PONOS FOR KEEPS




t.. AOARP I aee Okeechobee County Bank-



Buy mer
w WAR BONDS OFFICERS -

C. H. McNULTY, President R. B. MESERVE, Vlcs-Pr WJLLA TOMLINSONAAssistant
AIR LINE RAILWAY
N. R\Y CARROLL, Vice-Prsi. and Cashier Cashier

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DIRECTORS

N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.

Jr. R. B. MESERVE E. M. MESERVE
MARKHAM
W. ALLEN ,
Th Seaboard: congratulate Florida
upon 100 ,ea,. of Statehood and: Progrta. I J. 0. PEARCE ; ;
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i ii:ij SOCIAL NEWS 1!1 Dollars to Be SpentOn for Ilk lliiiHidi'iinveii" t"ul hiiiiiL-,,-IP1'opI ..-, I ACCURATE ?

i,.: I I pressed, separated from" lovedI
SOLO ISLAND, Philippine Islands (
Delayed)
i. ..=Y .... Y Y .y. .U._.YU._. I lones, suffering from privation, Morro believe
-' = n; .n=n== = Buses guerrillas pin-point targets
Intercity sickness and lied
to
I pain, surcease selected for Marine dive-
LOST: Fishing new principle of chilling by plnc- from this thralldom? Manyare bombers and lighters should o
tnckle nt Taylor Creek the refrigerating coils In the I I gaining freedom from such be measured-to the Inch. '
bondage, and are finding joy reI : The Japs on Mount Daho .
Thursday. Finder of the unit will make 'for a Forty-two million dollars will be
I flowed through a better understanding [ were duff In. They fought the 7-
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Forgunon at Alto's : 1 even temperature within. I pvpomlod by the nation'i Intercity i ."'.,.. !
| of God and a higher j ji guerrillas, mho were support- CvIng lL
Okeochobee and receive Provide for Larger Storage bus linen for tho pointrurtlon and j jrrrodc'linir
I I i I sense of life nnd !happiness. j jGod's elements of the Army's -
Several manufacturers thatI ] of terminals and pa- 41st Division, at every rock
111, say
tr.. B. A. Bovllle promise to Israel in one of I i i and coconut tree. The guerrillas
called for close air
support,
I humidity will eliminate the I rages as soon "R wartime ro tilctlons the most troubled of liei
I periods i reports Sgt. Dave Wilburn, a Marine
daughter. Anne, left Corps combat corre
i out of foods ami will per- are lifted according to fig- brew history. wus (Isalnh 41:10): ), i spondent. Mortar smoke bombs were to mark the target.
4 turn to their home | their storing for much longer ures released today by the National "Fear thou not; for I am with |I In order to gauge the target properly for tile mortar bat.
,
,t after spending ten than Is possible now. Ono I Association of Motor Bus Operators. thee: bo not dismayed; for I am I' tery, a daredevil guerrilla lad, aged 10, crawled more than
I\ her mother, Mrs. | This Is thy lied! : I will strengthen thee; I 359 yards to the Jap lines, measuring tho distance with at
Is more than the Industry'
Its
providing -
post-war piece of string. ,
Glenn Bovillt who ( lea, 1 will help Iliee yen, 1 will I
.! with an ultra violet entire existing Investment In uphold I lieu! with the right hand I/
a German Prisoner of lamp which will kill bacteria facilities of this type. of my righteousness." This was ;

by the Russians after might result from this hu In addition to construction work, no Idle promise. It has never been ,
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ture of several
withdrawn. Many it
are proving
and which also will elimi the industry will purchase approximately -
camps, camp down practical! today as they leurn the
turned with them.' I food odors. 6,000 motor coaches at a moaning lof true righteousness, and Tom Grey Says It's a Fact
Because of new methods of chill- cost of 90000000. The planned expenditure the power Unit goes with It "Fear
the units, many of the new for new buses was disclosed not" is the admonition of our '
Miss Frances will never need to be de- In a previous survey conducted heiiveiil Father. When we rid
Beach was a visitor I cmrjelves of fear we have mastered I III
a feature which will sell by the association. With another 4IS
past week-end in our worst tormentor. But
of post-war refrigerators $10,000,000 earmarked for rehabilitating II how shall do this? The %
of Miss Sarah : we cure
guest women who have been discom present equipment, the Immediate comes when we learn where to NOT BLUE's 4 dwNlfT$
for years by the necessity of postwar expenditures of llnd Gad and how to turn to Him
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ThE SKAND '
each week. the Intercity bus Industry will totalin fur help; when we learn to trust )
received a letter this Him ni completely HI the little isN't
Even before production ceased excess of $140,000,000.New HER EYES
Miss Sadie Sanders In cliil t lio tin: us In eoulldence to 6111E 1 1t
she has arrived manufacturers were equipping the love mid protection of its AREAS BLUE
says terminals, which are plannedfor -v.
products with mechanisms ; AS THE SKIES --
parents.
Paris, France. She small towns as well as metropolitan
were far from the
a cry cum
s a beautiful country but cities, will cost $24,000,000and The clouds which hide the sun J 3
"compressors" still to be do not destroy our belief in the *
ing muck harder than another $10,000,000 will be x +,
In
thousands of
so many existence of the So
sun. sorrow
"Washington.Mrs Elimination of belts, pulleys, spent for new garage buildings. Remodeling and suffering cannot take away

J. Louie ., assured a much more depend of present terminals to the Joy of knowing that they will
Palm Beach spent mechanism. Moving parts were provide more modern facilities for disappear when the sunlight of
the convenience and Truth, the of everlastingLove
comfort of presence
Sunday in Okechobee to a minimum and the cost
highway travelers will cost two and shines in our consciousness.God .
parents, Mr and Mrs. operating shrank to less than a I is Love itself and includes no
one-half million dollar i
nings. of the amount considered nor- Nearly I hate God's love is eternal, unchanging '
only a few years before. $1,000.000 will be spent for the and Is always at hand 7 1a 445.liar
:Mrs. Morris Barnett trnization of garage buildings to comfort, heal, and bless. But .
day for Auburndale It's Only the Beginning ant. $2,800,000 will be devoted to the heart which reflects this love

spending the week the purchase/ machinery. can harbor no hatred. God U divine -
garage And m Can Prove It.
It's reasonable to expect that fur Spirit, and He Is All, the only ...
Buildings house
Airs. M. M. Barnett. to offices for the
progress will bs made In post. power and presence, nearer than
operating companies will cost $1600,000 ,- the breath breathe. Do
Representative W. J. days and that even more de we we COME TODENMARK'S
to construct. always confidently turn to Him,
,, mechanisms will provide
turned Wednesday
knowing that His is at
answer
Tallahassee where he of power yet will tse In The tremendous backlog of equip- band even before we call?

days the first of the I small amounts 'of cur ment and building needs, which will Mary Baker Eddy, the Discov-
ing .to buiineis. All the Improvements will not give employment to many thousands erer and Founder of Christian

at once, and we're cold not to of returning servicemen re- Science, opens the Preface to
sults from the wartime demands "Science and Health with Key to
new refrigerators at all,
Magic Is at any least six months, maybe for essential transportation and the the Scriptures" with these heartening I
words: "To those leaningon
''. industry's long standing policy of the sustaining infinite, to-day YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD -
Into I I II continuous replacement and iny is big with blessings." To have
I But when you consider that you'll provement outs. facilities. All construction our days filled with blessings we I Phone 115
: i able to tore the trdinary foods work has been deferred must rely on God. As we gain the t
and better, that you also since Pearl Harbor. right understanding of God and ofman's
During the.
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WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
relationship to Him
be able to have 'your own deep we
the
I war passenger count on high shall find the true happiness thatis
j unit right in your refrigera- way buses has quadrupled, although ..- .." .- -- --- .
What will the :: here for us today. None are excluded ---
po and tEat the labor Involved in
II j equipment made available through from the ever-present love
tors be like What j will be a thing of the ;I government agencies has been fur of our Father-Mother God. .
'
. .j will make them an youll that the I "God is our refuge and
agree post-war strength,
short
the ones manufactured I are well worth waiting for. ( needs of tin industry's actual a very present help in trouble," Advertise in The Okeechobee NewsOOEROl51L

Harbor? I I Denmark's of Okeechobo will be declares the Psalmist (Psalms 46:: I
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First, virtually all e exclusive dealer for Admiral on help, assured .
that in Him we shall find
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provide two AGAIN"'A I In Okeechobee I
count II that true joy which is eternally
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will have a deep ; Includes Dual-Temp refrig I' II ours and of which no argument of -
this special Home-Qjick Freezers and 'I",.1 I I"" 1)I I II material sense can rob uS.-The --1

sulated so that the ..... Chriittan Fctence Monitor I
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tero or minus zero, I I II

foods can to kept .esa-- .- --amaavai sraarsexwaaw ,I

tream can ba stored, ,
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can bt frozen in a 'I -

time.
The main section of I ? :

post-war refrigerators I I /


arranged tall such bottles as ,watermelons.affording and for : The Type Speaks"I I I I AND I:I


slide out and be DC MESTIC '



AM THE VOICE TOMORROW"OF TODAY THE HERALD OF II I :i I I REFRIGERATIONSERUIO



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Sunday and 1 am type! Ut isy earliest i.-.cc; .l. rr,,' .-_.er history nor relics remain II

'1 he wedge-shaped symbols impressed in plastic clay in the

ML STAR _\ dim past by babylcn.an builders tore-shadowed me. From them I

In of the ancient !: the II I
through the hieroglyphs gyptians: lapidary I ,

inscriptions or the early Romans, down to the beautiful letters by .

Canteen" the scribes of the It'an; rcnr.'.acr.e;::: TV.I.S: in the making. \ I,

NEWS I II


t: John Gutenberg was the first to cast me in metal. From his I ULMER EZELL I

Friday and chance thought straying through an idle reverie-a dream most !

golden, the profound art of printing with movable types was .n 7

Double Feature born. Cold, rigid, implacable I may be, yet the first impress of my -

"Crime By face brought the divine word to countless thousands. I bring into AdI"'w-

the light of day the precious stores of knowledge and wisdom

I Also"Woman of- long hidden in the grave of ignorance. ; From where I sit ... by Joe Marsh.



Town"with I coin for you the enchanting tale, the philosopher's moralizingand Herb's
Got
the poet's visions. I enable you to exchange the irksome a' r

CLAIRE hours that come, at times, to every one, for sweet and happy Great Little Wife

ALBERT hours with books-golden urns .filled-with all the manna of the ''''
CARTOON
NEWS past. In books I present a portion of the eternal mind caught in what Everybody's talking] about he drops his ashes, mayb-'he
a grand Job Herb
its progress through the world, stamped in an instant and pre- doing at the war plant Not Helm Just Is Ing makes allowances, keeps gmll-

S served for eternity. Through me, Socrates and Plato, Chaucerand one shift, but two a day-to help of beer, brings, and him makes a restful glass

:a, the bards become your faithful friends who ever surround need.build the war materials our men for them enough both. Next conversatlon -

worldI and minister to you. I am the leaden army that conquers the Good for Herb! Bat Fd UkeHoW freshed morning and, Herb cheerful goes to work re

Coming"I'LL a word for Mary, Herb'* From where I lit, women Ilka
wife She runs the house, cooks Mary Helm are
doing
a
SEEING the meals take of great
BE care the eb.il.dren war Job themselves
,.being tol.erant .
"SONG OF THE .., and works on salvage and kind to hubanda who
ROAD" am Type! drives and handle for the Red&OM. are working under
a heavy war
Believe
WINGED me that' tiring time strain. Bully for them
work for any woman

-RAINBOW Vet when Herb come home- (20 .to
"TILL WE MEET er 80e '
too tired to talk or watch where rCDJITTV"


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