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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
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Volume 31-Number 9 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 17, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News and Viewsof Bassinger-Okeechobee Road Number 59 Will Truman MakesAnnouncement "Mom"Paper Wallace to Rotary Reads Club !I Judge, Conely Says Children In This



Service Men Receive-Federal AidA At Meeting- Tuesday I I Area Need Supervised Recreation To


letter from J. H- Dowling, Judge T.V.. Coneiy who was In I

the World OverFirst State Highway Engineer of the Of War's End I charge of the program for the Prevent Delinquency In The Future

State Road Department stated Tuesday Rotary club meeting, was ,

Lieutenant Frank Barber arrived ,'that State Road No. 59 from Okee called out of town unexpectedly at -

In Okeechobee last Saturday I chobee to Bassenger was Includedin I Washington.-Japan has surrendered I the last minute and delegated Mom Chamber of Commerce T. W. Conely, who Is Judge of

and It pending ten days here with a Federal Aid Secondary Road !: unconditionally, President Wallace to read the paper which he Asks Name and Addressof the Juvenile Court In Okeechobee

I Truman announced at 7 p. m., EWT, county, Is concerned with conditions
submitted the Pub -
had
be to
hit wife and praents, !Mr. and !Mrs. System to ; prepared for the occasion. Service Men Sent In
lic Roads Administration, according Tuesday, August 14. and In the town which result In
This
J. L. Barber. Lieutenant Barber paper was so Interesting
to an announcement by Manager General MacArthur has been unsocial conduct on the part of its
Important that a digest of its contents I
Guam I The Okeechobee Chamber of
was at and had made five commander to people, and the Ro
Conrath of the Okeechobee Chamber designated supreme young gave
Is printed elsewhere In The
I Commerce would like' to have the
trips over Japan before his leave of Commerce.This receive the surrender tarians a report on the situation
News The question of Juvenile Delinquency : families of Service Men tend In
waa granted. He flew from Guam to road will come under the I Offensive operations have been In Okeechobee much their complete names and addresses and recommendations for Its amelioration -

California where he caught another federal post-war highway program ordered suspended everywhere.VJ more pressing than most people to the Chamber so that the organization which should be brought to

plane to Tampa. At Tampa he took amounting to $500,000,000 each year day will be proclaimed only here realize, and Judge Conely'a I may send them copies the attention of every person In the

for a period of three yers allocatedto after the surrender has been formally recommendations for its control are county.
the bus for Okeechobee. I of the new folder "Business Opportunities -
states for construction of secondary accepted by MacArthur.! of great Interest to every parent in I for Service Men" recently The following Is a digest of

:; I road feeder system with matched I the county. Judge Conely's paper read before
Lieutenant Mrs. Wayne Aho Truman read the formal: message published.
funds by the states. Florida'sshare the Rotary club at their Tuesday
announce the arrival of a ion that relayed' from Emperor Hirohito There were no guests at the A number have been received but '
will be $2,168,089 each yearto meeting.
through the Swiss government In luncheon. The members absent last we do not want to omit any men
was born at the Naval Hospital at which will be added an equal
which the Japanese ruler pledged week, Bill llendry and Z. K. Williams who have gone from this commun "Juvenile Delinquency Is on the
For Pierce at 8 a. m. August 11. amount by the state
the surrender on the terms laid made up their meetings else ity. Send them In today please. Increase In every state of the

Lieutenant Aho Is now with the down by the Big Three conference where so the 100 percent attend -- -- -.- Union; the war has caused much of

Naval forces In the Pacific operating I Florida Quarter at Potsdam ance record was maintained. this Increase, and lack of recreation
$314 Is Given To I facilities '
has caused a large In-
with Admiral Halsev's Th.id
President Truman made this Tony Davis will be In charge of
r crease. The conditions In Okeeclio-
I Horse Ass'nVill statement! the program next week. President I |
Fleet Here bee are not good-Juvenile Delinquency
"I have received this afternoon a Hiram Raulerson expresed the hope Unemployed !

Camp Blinding, Fla. (Special to message from the Japanese govern- that all committee meetings may beheld ii causing me much concern.

Okeechobee News-Sgt. Matthew L. I Issue CatalogueWauchula ment by the secretary of state on promptly so that the work for Week of August 4 WHAT Juvenile can we Delinquency do to avoid? What Increasein can

Bass has been released from active August 11. the coming year may be announced
August IB- f Special)- we do to give our young people
duty with the Army of the United I "I deem this reply a full acceptance and planned, and the Rotary club
wholesome clean
A sale catalog listing the names of recreation?
States after serving 4 years and 2 of the Potsdam declaration take Its proper part in establishinga Payments to covered workers In
thirteen animals--five filly foals Judge Conely stated that the City
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month I which specifies the unconditional new peaceful. prosperity Okeechobee county who were unemployed
and eight stud colts has been published Council had instructed him to -
He II the son of Tommie Bass of surrender of Japan. In this reply Okeechobee. and unable to find suit prepare
in connection with the first
Okeechobee P. 0 Box 823 Florida.He there is no qualifications, able work during the week of July an amendment to the existingcurfew
annual sale of tho Florida Quarter
has served overseas for 42 30 to August 4, were made to 85 ordinance raising the age
Horse association, scheduled to be "Arrangements are now being THE GADFLYBy limit which It affects from 18 to
months In the Pacific theatre, and persons, all female, Carl B. Smith,
held In Wauchula on Labor Day. made for the formal signing of surrender 20 since It is found that childrenof
Chairman of the State Industrial
Is entitled to wear Battle Participation I
Nine breeders from all parts of terms at the earliest possible MARJORiE B. WALLACE tender are frequenting
Honors for 5 campaigns. In Commission said. years
the peninsula are consigning to the moment cafes and such places In town until
addition he wears the following
sale-said to be the first consign-I "General Douglas MacArthur has i Chit-chat today. Nothing very These payments totaled $314.00.In I after midnight, some drinking but
medals and awards: Good Conduct
I ment auction of horses ever been appointed the supreme Allied important. So if you're busy, you 46 Florida counties, paymentsof I many simply loafing around withno
PI. Pacific ((3 stars), Lib. Phil. (2
Florida. The sale ,will be preceded commander to receive the Japanese can quit reading right now and a total of $24,182.00 were made just reason for being on the
Ribbon Before
stars), let Unit ,
Pearl Harbor. I by the annual fall show of the state surrender not miss a thing. to 1,591 persons-577 males and I streets at such hours This was the

The separatee, who plans to make association, and will be followed by "Great Britain, Russia and China Only, don't fail to read, to the 1,011 females In the other 21 counties first event which decided Judge

the Hardee County Cattlemen's. as bitter end, and read carefully, almost made.
i 'will be no payments were Conely to start a campaign for relief
his home In Okeechobee, Fla., was represented by high ranking I
sociation's second Labor Day quarter officers I might say prayerfully, JudgeConely's of a distressing situation
discharged through the Separation who have
All will Employers jobs open I
-mile racing meet. events report on Juvenile Delinquency -
? Center at this post where, In thecourse "Meantime the Allied armed should contact the nearest office of The second event was the recent
be held on the Lakevlew track near In this paper. I wish It /
of one day.heN was. processed.Each forces have ,been ordered to ,sus- the United States Employment Service Investigation by the U. S. Probation
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Wauchula- of
r were posvibU to publish some .
man about to be discharged Is pend> offensive action, for assignment' of unemployed : Officer of the opening of'post office

given an orientation talk which pre Consigners Include Hart Sebrl/iz\ "The proclamation of V-J day the caseswhieh? come up In the workers who have applied for suit- boxes' by children and the
Juvenile Court here evidence of a
pares him for civilian life and out and George E. Sebring Ill, Sebring; the formal able work When suitable work Is theft therefrom of mall. It was this
must wait signing
upon
terrible
cancer of growing and pro
lines his benefits under the GI Bill W. H. Lester, Jr., St. Petersburg; of the surrender terms refused the right of the claimant to Probation Officer who suggestedthat
by Japan.
portions In the body of our youth
of Rights. He Is also given counsel Henry 0. Partin & Sons, Klssim- unemployment compensation will be one solution might be proper
Simultaneously Truman disclosed today. Get busy and do something
ing service and his separation pay. mee; Durrance Ranch, Brighton; suspended. recreation facilities In the city
that selective service Is taking immediate about it. parks, since it has been
----- Tom and Betty Kirby, Fort Pierce; proven
steps to slash inductions The maneuvers here In town don't Okeechobee county unemployed that when children have
: properly
Dewey Wilbanks, Tampa; Anthony
U. S. Coast GuardIs Farms, Ocala; and Frank B, Tauch- from 80,000 to 50,000 a month. seem so far to be very exciting. persona to whom compensation pay supervised play there Is a declinein

en DeSoto City. Henceforth Truman said only Out at the field we have a very ments were made for the week end- delinquency among them.

Now Accepting those men under 26 will be draftedfor bored guard on the tower who says Ing August 4, were classified all To quote again directly from

The Sebrlngs will consign their the reduced quota. "Well, the war's over so now we 83 Process Laborers
Judge Conely's report: 'The Family
"Smokey" stud, and their "Tricia The White House made publicthe have to play games." The little J2F 1 Peeler
is
the basic primary group and
17-Year-Old Boys filly, the latter a red ribbon win Japanese government's message plane flies In and out and sits on 1 Not Classified the most essential unit of society,

ner at the February show in Ocala. accenting_nr---g term.__mo that...... ended_.. ..n the____ war the ground looking like a couple of In it lie tremendous forces which

1941. courting grasshoppers. At this writing Now that fish has become
which started December 7, such an
determine the behavior of It
Miami.-For the first time since Lester Is scheduled to offer "Row youth
I Text of MessageThe -Thursday ii ornlng-the attack- Important item I In Floridians diet It
1942, the U' S. Coast Guard Is accepting dy", who won second place In his is more difficult to measure the Influence -
text of their message which Ing forces are conspicuous by their Is well to know that it Is not necessary
17-year-old boys for regular class at Ocala, but who placed first of the family on juvenile
was delivered by the Swiss charge i absence but I'm hoping for a para. to have a "pan for fllhonly"
three-year enlistments It was an- with his dam "Red Pepper" In the I delinquency today because the family
d'affalri follows! trooper Infiltration or. something If porcelain enameled utensils
nounced Monday by Lieut. Lucretia mare-and-colt class Is undergoing a transition pe
"Communication of the Japanese equally amusing before the week are used for preparing this
clod sole
district recruiting The home was once the
Bailey, acting
will Include addressed Is over. Maneuvers, like the real food. will not absorb fish
The Partin offering government of Aug. 14, 1945 They
officer for the Seventh naval dis training school of the child, but
trict. "Wallita" a filly my "Kip' and out to the governments of the thing seem to be mostly waiting flavor. now It shares this responsibility

of "Wallie. United States Great Britian the around for something to happen.Our .
with schools
Enlistments In the regular Coast the public clubs and
Soviet Union, and China guard conscientiously keeps
Guard establishment were halted I Durranco Ranch, Brighton, plans many other organizations Thchild's
"With reference to the Japanesegovernment's his binoculars sweeping the sky and weeds will be killed; good Idea; the '
development now depend
early in the war, when Coast Guard to consign two fillies and two
the edges of the field, but can't find
I note of Aug. 19 regard
expansion made it necessary for all studs, featuring "Tony Waggoner only house on our new road was largely upon these outside Influenc.
the buzzards In the air the rabbits
their acceptance of the provisions or .
new men to be Inducted into the as the sire of two: "Tony Wolf" leg moved back off the right of way 10 ..
of the Potsdam declarationand along the fences very threaten-
Coast Guard Reserve and "Tony Fleetfoot "Doc Chica I quickly It seemed almost like magic "I turn next to the Playgroup.
reply of the governments of ing foes Yesterday a couple of
James C. Royals', Jr., of Miami, go" is the other stud and "Buck. the The child's first playmates who ...
the United States, Great Britain jeeps and an ambulance came tear- -when I went to town it was one ...
Is the first Floridian to enlist under ,- skin Sue" Is the other filly. live within a short distance of hit '- :;f
the Soviet Union and China sent by Ing In and I thought excitement place when I came back It was
the new plan. home friends of the family, religious -
The will consign "Dusty American Secretary of State Byrnes was commencing, but all they
Kirbys Prof.
Lieut Bailey emphasized that planted In another place; and social associates-these

regular enlistees will have the same Bailey" a son of "Big Chief two under the date of Aug. 11, the Japanese wanted was water In a steaming Williams place still gets my or. exert a tremendous Influence upon

advantages as to trade schools, correspondence years the champion Quarter stallion government have the honor to radiator. When the guards were chide; lit ole paint job, please, Ina him, In his use of language his
of Florida. communicate to the governments of changed In the middle of the night
back the first
certain
courses end better yard on i methods of play, his favorite games,

chances for advancement than Wilbanks' "Sunny Chic" stallion the four powers as follows the dogs went on a rampage and street north of the Boulevard; no and most of all, his attitudes towards -

those now In the Reserve. The is the sire of his offering, a stud "1. His majesty the emperor has once more I was all ready for trouble more points on canned tomatoes, so others. And let me say right

( colt named "Franklin D." Issued Imperial script reardlnrJapan'e It Is most disappointing.
Coast Guard still requires three an the Markhams can start marketing here that the child's contacts with-

years of high school however and Anthony Farms Ocala, Is consigning acceptance of the provisions Hither and yon about town: The their surplus and I can have tonta- In the Playgroup or gang, mark

two foals of "Peter McCue of the Potsdam declaration. Ernest Hunt house has a new coat
Its rigid physical and mental requirements toes-and-okra; almost time to start the beginning In cases of his
many
must be met. 7th" one a stud and one a filly "2. His majesty the emperor Is of paint; a bed of zinnias In the fall flowers-couple of churches In I career In delinquency, Undirected

Coast Guard recruiting offices foaled In May and June of black prepared to authorize and Insure Abney side yard Is as pretty a town that badly need base planting, recreational often becomethe

are maintained at room 602 Professional and sorrel mares, respectively. the signature by his government sight as you'll see anywhere; the please take notice; Woman's Club chief source groups from which the

Final In the tale comes and the Imperial general headquar Register house shines white and look
Bldg., :Miami and room 302 entry building Is beginning to prettyshabby children gain familiarity with delinquent
from the Tsuchen stables Named tern 'of terms for carryIng SDC. and scan behind Its prim edging ..-
Knight and Wall Bldg., Tampa. necessary --- my fellow Rotarlans; fill practices."

----- "King Peter" the stud colt Is by out the provisions of the Pots of straight pines, like a row of 'er up, Madeline; more junk, can't

Frederick C. Crawford, chairman I "Little King" and out of a Texas dam declaration. His majesty Is also little girls In Sunday school being get away from It; nice job mowing Judge Conely cited reasons for

of the executive committee of the mare of Quarter and Thoroughbred prepared to Issue his commandsto I very good; the road work progresses the city parks; will there be a the decline of the home Influence

National Association of breeding. The sire Is by "Joe Bailey all the military, naval and air and makes getting to town storm this year, do you think t upon the child-working mothers,

tureri, whose members are Manufac.1[No.4" and out of "Red Rose"Col authorities of Japan and all the and back again an adventure, but I careless mothers whose outside 1I interests -

85 of the A. C. McNurUn, Umatilla\ forces under their control wherever haven't gotten completely stuck yet, The end of the war. No use tryingto I keep them away from the

ing percent said thatonly restrictions will cry the sale, and T. J. Dur I, located to cease active operations, thanks to a couple of grinning colored i express what that phrase means, home and the children during most

output such laws freetlng what a worker rance, Jr., Brighton, will manage to surrender arms and to Issue boys who seem always on hand to me, to you, to the world. May it I of their waking hours, and parents

as do In a given hour present the event. Catalogs may be obtained I such other orders as may be required and ready to put their shoulders to bring back what has been long- whose control over children has

can Industrial brains of America without cost from Durrance or by the supreme commander the wheel; junk, junk, junk-oh, awaited, yearned-for, sought-for, been lost These conditions make it

the met-Joe has had his erstwhile deeply and sadly missed very easy for the children to be led
wide the door to from the association office In Kit of the Allied force .for the execution deary
from pushing open .
a prosperous future for all. I simmee, i of the above mentioned terms.. pasture plowed so that the Soap. (Continued on Page Two)


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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST IT, 191J
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ion. The Rotary club, all other organizations 1 Okpei'hobco, sinners of Everglades Drainage DIs- Lots a and 4, Blk. 183, City of NOTICE OF APriir,\TIOV FOR
@cd'l1bl\C JNcfas lull 14 tu 111 Inc. lllk. 27 North- trlct. Okeechobee TAX DEED
and the citizens of west Add Denrrlptloni lot B, fllk.\ it:l, City of Okeechobee I Notice la hereby given tbat Conaollilated \
I community, were urged by Iiils 1 and' 2. Klk. 24. dinner's lot H. I I41k. 2-11: ritv of Okew.liol.oeIti'if Lot 1. Klk 204 City of Okeechobeelot Naval Stores Company the
J'ubu.hed' th'l IIlKlilimiU' 177 ft. W of NE Cur of 8EH 5, Hlk HID, City of Okeechnbee holder of following certificate :.:..I
Every Friday by the Conely to get behind the city lot 1:. Klk 11.. City of Okccihobce of :MIH: of :-NE'4 run S 103 ft.V 87 lot n. lllk( Hid, City of Okeechobe has filed soil certificates for a tat
Okeechobee New. Co., at Okeecbo and l.l 4. Hlk 2, I>nvl Add. ft.. s nn ft. B; *oT ft., in sec. 20, Twp. Lot 10 Flk. 21 City of Okoechobee sired I to bo Issued therc.on. Tbe certlflrntc -
bee Okeechobee County, Florida' dials, give them support I Lola 24 nnil 21, Hlk. 4J, City of 37 Kite a.1HCB. Lot 11. Itlk 23, City of Okeechobee numbers and rears of ..n
operation, and make a reality of Oki-chobei* 31(1: ( ftV of NE Cor of KE 4nf Hog S\\ Cor. of NEVi of SEV4 ofl slice, the description of this property,
I I I I.oi, II. Itlk 171: Cltv; of Ikeechobee ;Ml'f NRi,. rim H HIS: ft.. W I'llft SW'.. run N 0(10( ft.II) IK) degrees, and the names In which It waaamtpaaod
BRYANT BOWDEN .. . Editor this fundamentally Important project Lois H to 17 Inc. Klk. 4. liana S-1I > .. N likl ft. t: I'M! ft. In II..... 20 Twp. E Dl)4) ft. to creek, SWly along creek are na follow:
I I. :J and n, Blk los, City of !I7. IKP! :'IS to point due E of beg thenceV to I LVrtlfUatv; Noa 1-<0 soil 1S1. Year of
(ilicchnbeeQ 11..11'l 1U: itV of XE Con of SKU' belt except creek H.W, In Sec. 27, imncey1042. I
Filtered aa ,wnni1 clnna matter July "In conclusion," the report ends, I "\.'t Its" S mid 0, 111 Soc 10, Twpl.uiTi of ;.NE'i of M.:>J. run K KB ft.V 41ft T ..17 U :I n liiacrlptlun of property:
1. lOll, at the Post Office In Okeechn- 37. ::13. .. N HI3: ft? U 43 ft, In S.0 20 Twp Iota 2. 8 and 4. Blk. 130, City of \\'>f. nf SE'4 of N\4: of SEV4 In
bee, Fin, under Act of Mar. 8, 187 "let mo point out this facts that 1: 'nik! 4. nillii'rn. Tinea 8/D !I7, Hfn 3.'. Olicecholiee Sni4. Twp. S4 IIK", 31. con 120 a;.
.. JuMiiile\ Delinquency la a product I Lot 12. Klk 20 I itv; of Okeechobee I.nl 7 RIK! v. lllk. 171. City of I lots 7 and 8. Blk. 204, City of Oke- KB'of 5E5in Sec 4, Twp MRge
-- l.ut 0. Klk S, $o. okecihobeeLota Oll cc'hobpi chobee 15, con 40 a.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1 of the community and must be taco 11 and 12, Blk. 21, bo. Okee- Lot IS Hlk 4, tins S/l' lot n B'k' 201 City of Okeechobee In which asseiaod Unknown
I ''hobtu Lot :S, Plk 174, ('It\ tiC OkiN*'hnliPe lot 11, Hlk 2M City of Okeechobee Notre
One Year In advance . . .'1.00 idquaroh The boy or girl' who Lou' 3 and 4, Blk. HIT, City off tot 4. Hlk 171. Cltr; tit Okeeliobf Lot 12, Hlk. S04, City of Okcechnhee 1 All of anld Okeechobee l property, State bring of In Flor the
Six Months In advance .. .. 1.00 ; has to the streets for play U I' 'l.'i-i'hohe" 1 I I..lItI./ lllk 27 Northwest Add. Lot 4 Blk. :209, City of Okeechobee County of
..75nntlcna use Lot 1Ilk.. 144. City of OkewliobvaLois Loll 1. 2.! :I nnil .1 to 20 Inc, lllk 17 Late 7 to 12 Inc. Blk. 234 City of Ida.I'nles's
Three Months In advance .t no more unsocial than tho com i. :a. and 7. Blk. Ill City ofOklt.'rbo.le. Southwest Ad., I Oki'cchobeeLota I' Biil.l Certificate shall be rev
.. Lit 4. Klk 17. Snillliwpxt Add. 2 nnd 3, Blk. 8, Bnilngcr 111111.I' demon ucinrdhig tn 1n\v. |irnperty tlo.
fnlnmna 19centa mu' ity which DECLINES to fur. Lots S and 0, Blk) 141. City of I Lola 1 to HI Inr.. mid IS to 20 Inc.. '.... Section acrlhed therein shall lie sold 1 to the
Incal
.nllinlP In advertising nish the children with'wholelom.. Okccibolii'c I lllk H. Southwest Add Lot 14. In Fee 30, T 33. R 83. I highest bidder! nt the ('ourtlmtiao doorn
a line Itatca for dlaplay Add.Lots ,, the flint M<,ndnr III the ", n"lhOf
(9nsatftnd Lot 10 Illk 114, City of Oki-eiho- I.nl 17' Hlk t1I""h'I'.1 Bog 2Jfl yda N of SW Cor Nee :!R,
fnrtilshed' on application word means of self-expression. No coi- 1 to 20 IIIP., lllk 20 Southwest Run E 2JH Mil' N 103 ydaV 220 yda, September" 1941 which la the 3rd day
each lice
adwtlnlnir 2 "ntii .\dd S KB Vila. In See 21 T 31. It 3.1si4 of September, 1941.
per Insertion. All items regarding' en- munity that ignores Ita duties to I 1101.t 11 ,mil.. 12, Blk 144 City of I ota 1 t u )' lit'. Hlk 21, Southwest I of Mv,4 of S\VV4 In See. 4, T Doted this 27th tiny of Tulv." IM.
terprlaen' conducted for profit are oktt'i'hobec IUIt. RArinilSON.:<<
Arid .17 R 31.
chargeable at advertlalng rat... its children should blame youth for I Lot 10 Klk 2, Southern Pines !IDI' I.nti 10 and .20, ink 21. Southwest Iota 7 and 8. Blk. 183 City of Clerk, Circuit Court of
--- -- ---- ihoitc'ominr", that might have been '' Lot 4. mid E''tJ of Lot 3. Blm'k 211: Add. OkocchoheeLota Olceclinlii County. Florida
Advertising Mlla are pavable fin the ", I'I' Mly\ of Gkeechobeo Lot 7. Hlk ;,-, City of Okeei'holiee 1 to 6 Inc, Blk 14 Riverside (Circuit Court Seal
lot nf Busch month Parties nnktiown to easily pieventcd will be offered for sole at public out. I.lOtaI/ ninl A. IDk 144 City of Pnrk Addition
pnMtjhere required to pay In advance. The basic truth of Judge Conely'a fur the highest and bet cash bid.Mii.Ject Okeeehubee. lots I). 10 and 12. Blk 14, IUveralde
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ofCotinnisstoners I Park Additionlot NOTICE OF APPIICATIOV FOR
Board
of the
the
report cannot be denied, nor Ignored. to right of Everglades Uraln TUVTFfS OP TUB INTER- 1. Rlk 1. Royal Oaks Addition TAX DEED
Board of CountyVmmlasloiiern :" .\T. IMPROVEMENT FUND lot 2. Blk. 1, Royal Oaks Addition Notice la hereby given that Okee-
If funds be obtained and niatrlct and/or
JUDGE CONELIY can ace STATE OF FI.OK- lot fl chnhee bolder
of Okeeehohee County, OF TilE Blk. 1T4 City of Okeecbobee Incorporated the of the
the officials and citizens of the (rinrlda to reject any and all blda, IDA1ICMKD, !.ot. 0 and 10, Blk. 168, City of following certificates baa filed said
Continued from fnge One) beginning at 10 :00ncliMk OF COMMISSIONERSOF Okecchobee certificates for a tax deed to be limed
town do not Immediately take steps at the A Courthouse M. on the 17th day of September EYF.ROJ.ADES DRAIN. Lot 2. Blk 20, Smith Okeecbohe thereon Certificate numbers and year
Into unwjioleaome playgroup ctlvl- to secure supervised, and properly 1'I45! : Easement for drainage AGE DISTRICT Iota 1, 2. J and T to 12 Inc. Blk. of issuance the description of the
recliiinntlnn and road purposes By ROY It. ItAUi.ERSON, Agent 2in City nf Okeeehohee property, and the names In which It
ties. equipped play grounds, the delinquency and' I for Trustees of the Inter lot o Blk 153 City of Okeecbobee use assessed are na follows:
alit beoTlfndOF nal Improvement Fund and Certificate Noa 17, 18 and 21,
yearof
of COMMISSIONERSOF will
he
la offered for
Quoting; again : "Play one of Okeechobee youth will be DKAIN- for Board nf Commissioner sale at public out Issuance 1941.Doacrlptlon .
for
E\EKOIADES the
cry highest and boat
nub hid
the most Important spiritual forcea upon their own heads.As A.E IIIS'fHlCTand flf Everglades. Drainage Dli.trlct I subject to the right of the Board of of property:
Okeechubee Count Lot 111. Section
27, Twp. 34. Rge. S3.
In the world. Al the labor day and a post-war project, nothing BOARD OF COUNTY COM- I Florda Commissioners District and/or of Everglndia Roard of County Drainage N 4 acres of Sty of Lot 24, Sec. 28,

week are shortened the play life MISSIONFRH\ OF OKKBCHO- Commissioners of Okeeehohee County, Twp 84 Rge. 8.,.
could be of
Im-
greater or
more
lot 27, Sec. 31, Twp. 84, Rge. S3.
BEE COIMY FL01UUA. Florida to reject ena; nd all hlda
o: the adult aa well as the child ediate importance, By nOT K. RAUIERSON. I NOTICE I at the Courthouse beginning at 10:00: Name In which assessed C. C. Bone,

will\ have to be taken care of or Clerk of the Circuit Court Okeechobee 'euDt", Florldo, o'clock A. M. on the 20th day of Clarence O W. Volk.E Hubbard and B. P. sad
Clerk of the Circuit Court ofOk..bobe. July 1"h. 11140I Anguat. 1941. Easement for drainage
else the urgent demand for more of .. Florida I and reclamation and road All of said property being la the
Completion a Navy contractfor County; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,,'11be purposes County of Okeechobee. State of Flor
reaerved.BOARD .
penal Institution will Increase aa agent for said Boarda pursuant to Section 0 of Cba.rIS2116. ida.
35,000 new preclaion-built binoculars By DORIS GARDNER, Laws of Florida Acts of 1937. OF COMMISSIONERS'
many f01d."Reereatlon. which can survive a Deputy Clerk known aa the MUKPHY ACT. and In OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE TJnlesa such certificate or certlfl-
rites shall be redeemed according te
of 20058. Laws of I DISTRICTBOARD
11 nuance Chapter
p
at Ita beat prohibits plunge Into water or a alx-foot deep NOTICEOkeerhobM Florida Acts of 1941 known aa the law the property deacrlbed In such
delinquency by providing healthful County, Florida EVERGLADES DRAINAGE PIS. OF COUNTY COM certificate or certificates will be sold
drop into sand, was announced by AnguM lath, IMS TRICT ACT. the following described MISSIONERS OF OKEECHO. to the blgbeat bidder at the coort
activities, developing social relationships the American Optical Company NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbatm..lInla:1 land situated In Everglades Drainage BEE (COUNTY FLORIDA house door on the first Monday U the
Ideals of Section 9 of Chapter District In Okeechohee County Flor B, ROY R. RAUI.ERSON. month of September, 1945. which U
and furnishing I .:\ : of Florida, Acts 1917 ida. will be offered for sale at public Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Srd day of September. IMS.
success based on EFFORT rather known aa the MURPHY ACT and In outcry for the highest and beat cash Okeechobee County. Florida Dated this 27th day of July, IMS.
Looking to a booming post war pursuance of Chapter 206 8. Laws of bid. subject to the rlirht of the Trustees aa agent for said BoardaBv ROY H. KAUL&RSON.!:
than chance. The rules of the game business the Strom berg.Carhon Florida Aria of 1941 known aa the of the Internal Improvement Fnnd Clerk of Circuit Court of
are an excellent Introduction to EVERGLADES: IJRAINAG3 PIS. and of the Board of Commissioners .f DORIS GARDNER, Okeechobee County, Florida
Company, manufacturers of radio, TRICT ACT, tbe following described Everglades Drainage District to reject Deputy Clerk (Seal)
more complex rules which we call land situated In Everglades any and all bids. at the Courthouse,
FM, and television, recelvera plan a Okeecbobee beginning at 10'00 o'clock A. M. on the ,
the LAW. full scale advertising and promotion DrainageUtrIc.. offered for 20th day of August 1943. Aa to all
Having established the reasons sale at public outcry for the highest lands outside the corporate limits of
program. and bat cash bid subject to the right any municipality, aa of this date I
for Juvenile Delinquency, Judge of the Trustees of the Internal improvement title to one half of all petrollum and
Fund and of the Board of three.fourtha of other minerals will
Conoly went on to suggest Important NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Commlanlonera of Everglades Drainage be reserved bv Trustees of the Inter.
ways to combat its increase In SELL LAND District to reject any and all blda, cal Improvement Fund ; If lands are
at the Courthouse beginning!: at 10:00 within laid corporate limits aa of YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ?
Okeechobee. He recommended that NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 0'10"ik A, M. cm the 17th day of Sep. this date the reservation appllea. but
aa many of the city parka aa mightbe pursunnt to Section 13 ((1)I hapter tetiiber 1U41 An to all land outside, privilege to explore nine and devel-
Sums;: laws of Florida Acts of 1941, the corporate limits of any municipality ope will be conducted on and ender
needed for the purpose be given I and eetlon' 117. Chapter 14717 Laws I ia of this date, title to ones landa only with the consent for ot
of Florida Acts of llijl\ as amended. and three the surface owner Easements
of all petroleum
half
I fourtb'j
over to playground activity, with 1 1Truetees road of 200 fret wide will
I hj Section' 11. Chapter 20u"W, I.11W5 of of other minerals will be right way;
such equipment as might be useful Florida, Acts of 1U41 and also pursuant of the Internal Improvement I be reserved by eald Trustees from
to Section 42 Chapter 207.. Fund If lands are within said corporate any parcel through which there la an HAVE THEM RECAPPED IN ONE
and enjoyable, and, most Important, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1M1 aa ; limits aa of this date the reservation existing state road : and easement for for

with a TRAINED supervisor of recreation amended Inna' of bv Florida Section, Arts 111. (:of aI1I'r3.22; and I), I mine appllea and but develop privilege will be to conducted explore drainage road purposes end will reclamation be reserved and by thehoard OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS.
Commissioners of EvergladeaDrnlnage
on hand to plan and direct Section 41. ChapterNiT.'J. laws of on and under lands only with of
Flnrldii. Acts nf 1U41 na amended bvSulloii ; I District.
.
the childrvn'a play. He suggested 21. Chapter 2JUTII Luna of the consent of the surface of owner.Easements 200 Penrrlptlont ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE.
for rood
that the adults be also consideredin Florida.described. Acts Inmla of In I'M Oki-etuubee'\ : the following County, I feet wide I will be reserved right war by said Lot 6, Hlk. 1S3 City of OVeecbo-

Fli Ida. .nit Trustees from any parcel through bee PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE
this development of a recreation i to : Lota 2 to 8 Inc. Blk. 173 City otOkeeehohee
wlilih there la an existing state road I
Lotf 7. nil') U. Blink a, I>kee<'holiee
center Fund for this project he 1.,.1 ::1. lllk 1. \\'right'a Firm Addltlnn 1 and enaement for drainage and recla-
I lot 10 Blk. 204, City of Okeecbo- RUBBER USED. PHONE 139 FORT
mid, could be obtained in hit iubyfotheoBoardpofdeComm.e ,
opine W' nf Lots 4 'and :5. Blk. 1, So. i Lo, I
1 to 5 Inc. Blk. ;234, City of .
--- Okeechobee PIERCE, FOR APPOINTMENT.
e I.ot a. Blk. 204.: City of Okeecho-
bee
Lot 8, Blk. 163 City of Okeecho.
bee ..
... BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF

I AGE FVEHO1ADES DISTRICT DRAIN. Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.

.
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL
IMPROVEMENT FUND
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
'
: "_! .
:
a B\ ROY R. RAfI,ER ON. Agent
d 4 for Trustees of the Internal 1m.proiiment .
u Fund and for Board
J "f Coinmlaiilonera of Everglades ,
r Drainage Dlatrlct, Okee bobee )WIDfIf'.InFrnXJrJITf.nlIXXInX: :! ant'tr'sr'tl'srs gg>1It J
County Flnrlda.



NOTICE SELL OF INTENTION LAND TO -i I : POWERS AriD ARCHIBALD, Inc.. |


NOTICE IS:! nEllEBV GIVEN that
piirsunnt to Section' 15 ((1)) Chapter TRACTOR > ND DRAGLINE WORK
p SfWW. Taws of Florida Acts of 1941
NEEDED il4l mil" Section' (.7. Chapter 14717 Laws ( ,
nf Florida Act of ml! aa amendeilM
( Sictlon 11. Chnpter 2on 8. I.awa of Clearing Grubbing and Excavation

4l 4 'Florida to Act 1I..II"n of 11141 42 Chapter and also 20722 puriiint -. i ?

Lnnf Klorldn. ""Acts of 1M1 aa
uncoiled h\' Sectlou lit Chapter J2079. K
Inns of 1 1'lorlda I Act of 11141. and |
Section 44 Chapter 2I7.2.( lana. of F. C. ROBINSON, Engineer
rinrliln. Acts of 1041. na amended bv I
Section 21 Chnpter 22079 Laws of f 406 Harvey Blvd. Ph. 8780 :
I'lorldn Acts of 1OI1 the following ; West Palm Beach
,1 scribed Innds In Okeechobee County,
Florida' tn-nlf:

\ Lot 2. Hlk. 13. City of Okeechobes I iUtlJJlj!. ahJl lJJ..lDtUFJtifltlit: JiJfttJI t 1t''oonnT1fIC< Ie tllft1t I1Ic 1t1ti..I.IIJG

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1 HARA-KIRI ISN'T THE ANSWER !


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..- i hi As a method of Jap self-extermination, hara-kiri has provedan

efficient ally. .

With our war in the Pacific rachfnk' But who wants to wait for all of Japan to fall on/ a sword

climactic intensity, and with peak movements and call it quits? '

of men and materials across the U.S.A., No, hara-kiri won't win this war. Wishful thinking won't

t. transportation meets its greatest challenge.The win it either. This is a job for MacArthur and Nimitz. For G. I. .

Joe and a guy named "YOU"! .

Office of Defense Transportation believes that Now MacArthur and Nimitz and G.I.: Joe can handle their

critically]) needed space is being occupied by UN. end
as the record shows. But how about YOU ?

> f ESSENTIAL TRAVELERS-that this space must, J Your job at present is simply this : Keep on buying War .

be conserved for the
unremitting demands of ware
Bonds-week-in, week-out-until final victory ours. Buy on

/' 'So don't plan any trip that can be postponed the Payroll Saving Plan ; or buy on your own plan. Keep on dig- :

the firing ceases. Save yourself embarrassment, ging into your wallet.;for every: leaf ,of :folding> : green you can

r/ discomforts and loss of time. j' spare and sink it into' every bond it will buy These bonds are

your stake inAmerica-today and tomorrow.
One day Wll get the "10 ahead" sign again. War ,
'
restrictions will be lifted, and there'll be a "step. .*v : vr" TAT'? IWTU OIJR FIGHTERS '

.
ping up" of motor bus service In frequency of BUY HMD PONDS FOR KEEPS- -

schedules, in comfort and in speed. Until that time

let's cooperate to the fullest ,,,,,


,. LET'S: : USE TRANSPORTATION:: WISELY l ___ Okeechpbee County ilk




'OFFICERS .

C. H. McNULTY, President R. B. MESERVE, Vie-Prea.. :WILLA TOMLINSON,

N. IUY CARROLL, Vlc.-Prts. and Cashier Assistant Cashier
riORIDAMOTORllNES :

: : DIRECTORS '. f

N RAY CARROLL C. H. McNTJLTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
iut'STATION' ik M4i ......
UNION
MAJUON TWIOOTLPNON.
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W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. R. B. MESERVE :.1:. M. MESERVE
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JfO. PEARCE
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS
AUGUST 17, IUS
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".'==.:==:=:>:: BxaxEaxEaxEaxRaxEaxBBKBHKMjtSOCIAL:: : 1' Senator C. O. Andrews I I 1925 1945 INN, BUILT IN 1717, ONCE WAR CENTER'

\ Ilil' I Will Seek Re-electbin Primaries II I I'I ado FOR AMERICANS DURING THE REVOLUTION I l

1111 NEWS !II I I In the 1946- I .I

u, S. Senator Charles Q- Andrews, teams In rela1tbrough "The Redcoats are coming," look Ungulsblng himself In the War ?! '
_.._.._.._.._.. ........._ .' \ I Dog running '
U. .'.,'. ...,, a*.*,TB-.M''='' E_ I outs warned So Innkeeper John 1S12.
Ii,',0===1,', .'.a5! .'.i5iii.'.==-.' """"' == -= n of Orlando, who completes eight ; a heavy blizzard and Intense
I I Varian hurriedly grabbed his two Another of the Inn's but1o
Monroe and Roy Smith of Wildwood Winter Vegetable years In the Senate next year, recently I I brought 300,000 cold most cherished possessions, his episodes occurred when Col Ruts" :

spent the first of the week +i : definitely announced he I s i units i of antitoxin l lf Bible and his cow, and hid them In Putnam of General Wasblngto-'i
I here with their brother, Cecil Smith :( would be a candidate to succeed' 3._ to diphtheria the cellar of his Wayside Inn at staff used the tavern u heatiquu
Both, Monroe and Roy, returned to Production And i himself In the load primaries, | stricken Scarsdale, New York I I ters on a scouting mission, reportIng -
Andrews I The building, erected In 1717 be the activities of the DriU.
Wildwood Tuesday where they ,are Further, Senator de-I I- : Nome from NoiAlaska I I II u
at came an Inn when It was purchased troops near by
I employed by the Seaboard Railway. Studied dared, despite absence nnna, j I : 1
The Inn
Selling ap .
I II from the senate because of \Illness | 605 miles away j' *
did
was' I parently not
I The J, T, Hancock family has ret I 1 these past two years, he would put I made In 6'days The, record trip time. II go unscathed In ;,te''
assembled In from various dl- In i his record of attendance up against i ii I x I IWayside the war, for
town
Probable drastic changes pro.durtlon I I Balto, lead dog on the final dash, z ? I
r rections. Mrs Hancock, after attending j and marketing or fresh i that of any other senator who has credited with keeping the trail, was I I President Henry !

summer school at Tallahas- winter vegetables, caused by the ,. been here as long as ho has. I II balled as Alaska's No. 1 hero N. MacCracken .. t

set, went V> Helen, Georgia, for a end of the war with Japan, are being :I "There I Is every Indication that II j ji I of Vassar Col-

*, short vacation. Susan attended the studied by directors of the i there is a conspiracy In certain clr- I I Rescue parties,after 17 days of legs that recalled sum.Col.,Rufus Putnam

Skylake Camp there this summer, Florida Vegetable Committee, in jclcs I I In Florida to lead the people I II vain, effort to extricate slide Floyd In Sand Collins mer as one a child be and his brother
trapped by a Inn, Scandal
and returned with her mother. order to recommend to growers such I to believe that I would let my scat I Cave, Kentucky, reached the cave I spent an exciting time picking old
f Carol spent the time with her adjustment as might seem necessary I KO by default. That I would not run explorer too late by 21 bours to by John Varlan In 1765. When the bullet out of the tavern's shingle

grandmother l In Jacksonville\ I it was announced by LaMonte again. But you can say that I definitely save his life. i i"in I Revolutionary War broke out. roof.
Graw, of FVC. will be a candidate next + Varlan was among the first to en Since 1928 this historic tavern,
manager
e Andrews said 'a It'r'r m alcoholism has I list. Wounded In action be was Invalided contemporary) of the Massachusetts'
Senator
Mrs. Hugh Chandler and children Graw and several FVC directors year
borne His son Jonathan, Inn of the same name Immortalizedby
recoveringfrom more than tripled In the first four
I Is
returned this week after spending have just returned from a two. Senator Andrews years of prohibition In New York who was born In the tavern, con Longfellow, has been serving asI I
three weeks In North and West weeks' sojourn In Washington exploring a severe Illness from pneumonia State, according to a report of the tinued ,the family tradition by dls- the Scamdale Public Library,
Florida. the ramifications of the future contracted last winter, he State Hospital Commission New

In the fresh vegetable Industry. said "because we did not have a cases of alcoholic Insanity admittedto I

'g !>Ira. W D, Shine of New Cannon, They will return to the national Florida barge canal to get oil for Institutions In 1521 r.urtieied THE POCKETBOOK

Conn., arrived In Okeechobee last capital almost at once to keep close heating In Washington" I 373, compared to 121 In 1920. e

Friday afternoon and Is spending touch with new developments affecting While showing the effects of his KNOWLEDGE Js
The American scrapping program
several weeks here with her moth. the vegetable grower In illness, Senator Andrews lays he has been carried out as prescribed

er, Mrs Join Duncanson, and Florida. feels well now and that he plans to under terms of the naval disarmament .'

brother-in-law and sister, Mr and "We are confronted with a situation conduct a vigorous campaign for reelection agreement. Vessels disposed -'- I' kdlntpWAR f1' !, I

Mrs. W. J. Hendry, that Indicates there may be a of totaled 733,640 tons and cost DitNwV P
six-month period of unemployment "Why should I run out now?" the $197,413.620. Secretary of the Navy s 1'1' -rtJBf.r .I f I

Kit Bowden, editor and publisherof in the nation following the end of senator said, "when my friend Is I Curtis D. Wilbur reported. ; thrRKavzD,4W i' I

I the Meaticello News at Monti. hostilities, when possibly a peak of now president? It Is true that I did Using Our Abilities ....;- fftu1l! broiwye I

3 cello, Fit, left Tuesday to return eight million persons will be out of not alway. see eye to eye with 60 EOOMZ.t I I

to his t out. \
finding an /
are ,
everal days here with Judge and developing before factories him when I believed him to be WORKERS abilities in e" _\_.- ,'

Mrs J. E. Lovvorn and Basil Bowden can begin to operate on a normal right President Truman Is my all fields of activity today. .::::- =- # Q
and Mr. and Mrs Bryant Bow. peace-time basis and on volume friend and he Is making a great Those who can fit Into new situations ... %

den production, consumer buying power president he said easily are in demand, and
must be expected to drop consider- President Truman and Senator wise is he who learns the truthof IN IJI1'RAN, r d
draws I IMPOII'1'AN1'(ONNJMEROF w +
and
I i Mr. and Mrs. George Pace of California ably Andrews sat side by side In the his real being upon fARM PRODUCT'__ AME>zinWMDwtnYIW0A9YfAHOFtilaleD
abilities.
arrived In Okeechobv last "Food Is likely to be one of the senate for two years prior to the his"We Inherent are all capable of more OOIJWfto QElkv11BUA'arAUayoFrAoAaYwa1 SfVllMSS HS1XAU fa/tefff 1,

week and are spending several first commodities to be affected by time Truman became president than we do," writes Mary Baker rt iuraetn, aafcaeV Oif met sent esaiuf TOM/ :

weeks here with his father, J. G. such condition, but probably mores Winter Park Herald. Eddy in the Christian Science f!9 YJ t n'"
I\ Pace to price than as to volume of textbook, "Science! and. Health. 4. S .offI" ..... :.' ? I .
with Key to the Scriptures". "' ;
consumption The of excess : /9
Roy Draughon, of the pressure 89)), This can be proved in the I I 'l:.:;.
I manager not be long."Nevertehless .p
funds which has created ab ;
Okeechobee store for Met er Furniture normal demand for the b tter continuation of variety quality AS well of our as in work the quantityand "? ,:' & !.1.

Company, suffered a broken grades of produce may quickly return prosperity of the Florida vegetable she says in the same find'1 .'. f
leg last Saturday afternoon while Is dependent on the national ..v,1 4 4I 4e 4r
I' to a more normal basis when' industry "is not necessarily 0...'-.. I II II
unloading furniture from the truck. war employment ceases. Income. Cutbacks on war orders upon educational processes. It I
He Is Improving. will\ be fast. Unemploymentwill possesses of itself all beauty and
"Producers of perishable veil', of
develop rapidly. And where It poetry, and the power expressing
Mrs J. N. Pease and alster, Mm tables must recognize that the de. of them." .
Pocahontas Melgs, of Albermarle, mand for their products Is likely 'to particularly affects the grower It would be a mistake, however,
winter vegetables In Florida la the to try to use this statement of +
N. C., arrived In Okeechobee last be reduced by unemployment. Whileno I
fact that this period of readjustment truth as an excuse for not making
week and are spending two weeks estimate of the length of this
of the widespread opportunities
I with its lessening consumer use
.' here visiting friends period can be made now, it should for schooling. School courses I
the fall and "fMg
I I' \I demand will be during can be excellent proving groundsfor I OOillAL 40YPRNMENiJ'fleetly
winter months-right in the middleof Aro'ROII,v CLuptHQ'SOtpiEes
understanding
this spiritual
'=I...So... Irl' Dorothy Constable and little the winter vegetable shipping more but those without the ', AND SUMS.eicoM ffAlj' a
i.\\ eon left Sunday for West Virginia period privileges of formal education will j' H.HIMUAi jjgOi lut vflR#vceetfim pofuuerioti of tut
where they will join Mr Constablewho though T*' WflKli/ PMR/M OfM UNrtEP *JJWDJWf{0 SWD7I nV I*
1 "An unemployed consumer find equal opportunity with their ft* HMVFltTulMINtttmit AT571NNIN6mEELANOIOrWifeeeeRlCeey
has returned :from service with having the money to buy,.beco.u scholastic friends, provided they [ IH / ;ftlA raxMlallfEClanNOwLSEpNAMERicAlr /
the army overseas. She was accompanied I understand that they reflect infinite : :
he does buy.
(price conscious! when I __
to West Virginia by her | discriminating, I intelligence.
Be becomes more
slater Miss Catharine Conrad. We do not develop the skills -- -
buys less and looks for lower with which to conduct our daily T lr

\ prices. activities: we discover them already .1]
I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson re- "Additional problems facing the present and apply them to I

turned to their home here this Florida grower Include agriculturallabor the task when we follow Paul's

week after spending three months which la In a state of flux, simple advice (Philippinn 2:5): I
In Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia of Let this mind be in you which I
crises and supply
Transportation was also in Christ Jesus. Inspiration
They say it la good to be i ,
Apparently we
refrigerator cars. from this Mind never I
back In Okeechobee and away from I fact little difficulty with regard to waits on temperament or mood, I: I

the Intense heat they have found In I plant foods and containers atmosphere or environment It COMMERCIAL

all of the other places they visited ""Government control of prices is easily and quickly available,
during the summer I and nothing is ever beyond its 'I
I and labor can be expected to con- comprehension Christ Jesus said '

I tinue for a time, but it U Importantthat (John 10:30): ), "I and my Father AND
Qr- d this control be at a minimum ore one" We, too, run say it, and I
and the jurisdiction sensible- prove it in all right activity. I i iI

.. I "In the face of these fuels, directors God, divine Principle, does not I DC pQYir :
GILBERT need any development. Since man ,
I I of the Florida Vegetable li Ihe image of omninctive\ Prin ,
THEATRE I Committee feel that It i is vital, to ciple, he tan do correctly now

...==..'.. !; i"..==='"....==-='..'.==.' tIi + I formulate a program that will take whatever required of him. Maywe Rcrri i eilPSERVICE H I
demonstrate
Into consideration the peculiar cond increasingly our
Sunday and Monday 'tions which always rnfiont the limitless capability through better
and more work, with increasedJoy
GINGER ROGERS Florida vegetable industry us" opposed In the doing of M-Tht ffirii-

JOSEPH COTTEN i I to other states," Han Science Monitor

In

"I'll Be Seeing You" I
I
withSHIRLEY I

TEMPLE I .,
NEWS EVENTS: -CARTOON t

NO? I

t: We,

Friday and Saturday how about your War l ULMER EZELL

Bonds? That kind of

M Double Fester Prog ram paper talks and talks ;

plenty. just like rr

"That' My Baby"with I i( money talks., From where I sit ..././ Joe Marsh

r i Now it says"Look out ) -
RICHARD ARLES [j JTokioHereICome"and

' "MojaveFirebrand" '. after V-Day it Best Way to Celebrate
. U. S. M4RMES
will speak up again- (

this time to buy you 1 ,f b.j The Peace .,. .!:
with ,0"14dy a i iCelebrsting's
some of the wonder. f"' FIRST MARINE TWINS'tl I
BILL, ELLIOTT ful- : We were sitting on Bill WtIt.r' \
:new improve. or. going to fa I'm going
RECEIVE NAVY CROSSES '
NEWS COMEDY ments which will porch the other night to make sure of being on the
h
,come in the Electronic ACTION ON NEW BRITAIN BROUGHT! ; THCSCl talking about how we'd eele- job next morning"

Age of Tomorrow. PTC.PAUL L.HANSENKTWmCD ,.AWAROS TO THE fIGHTING HANSEN TWINS brate when the Jape surrendered. From where I tit,Lull Webeter
.
:1 dol- TO U.S. Cf. 8ATAVIAN.Y.-THOR AMPHIBIAN TRAC- Leas Teller allowed ae hew he bu the right Idea Wham PMMMcone
Start
I ;'I your was gulag .. start hie vacation
FOR BECAME WEDGED BCTWECN! TWO FAt} *, there's going to he a
.I Coming Jars.to talking. IN TREES-- AS PAUL WORKED TMS CONPFCLESUCC.HANSCN -I Ihea sad "..-eat spat It.1WIIo whole .ew world to hall.

"The ion Bonds Yoi TROLS TRYING RESTART fT, LES 1..t1N-11, I Bd ...,.. wt. fotag to n..'* a realty big Job to he
lake ... fatally to .....tal.
SONG OF THE OPEN ABLE TO REACH HIS RIFLE, BAROWCEOLV done A gUee ol beer, the hew
ROAD" Buy Now, The Louder TOOK ON TWO ATTACKING JAPS-TK tRIO Off for big feed soad a pictare erage el moderation, ud a good
e ROLLED OVER THE SOC--AMA,STAfTTTO show. .
"WINGED VICTORY" They'll Yell In 194X. i Bight's sleep to be ready for the
THE TRACTOR AND CONTINUED THE MISSION Bill Webster had the but suggestion. task ahead-tbafs the Kffc
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I going to pour a to welcome Victory!
WE MEET AGAIN" t&" .w- BOXES,ACCOUNTMOPOR 68 OEAO JAPS --I' glass of beer and drink a toast

"OUR HEARTS WERE nuap.a ...IMMMM TWIN LESLIE HAD BEEN KILLED.BY.AN. to out fighting men" he says, 8ce '

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