The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume_ 31-Number 15 Okeechobee_ Florida, Friday, September 28, 1945 Price Five Cents

News and Viewsof No To Extension Secure Given Driver's Okeechobee Wins Okeechobe Consolidate WPB With Will Fort I I II Sens. Ray Carroll And John Beacham-

Service Men License-After .Oct. 1 Opening Game of I Pierce September 28 I Were Principal Speakers At Chamber

Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 25--Captain The Okeechobee County War
the World OverDrew Olin Hill, acting director of Year From StuartThe Price and Rationing Board Is being of Commerce Cattlemen's Day Dinner

the Department of Public Safety, : consolidated with the War Price

Fluid, Tampa Fla. Sept. 23 said today that there will be no extension Okee-;;; ; : School I I and Rationing Board In Fort Peirce, -
-(Special to Okeechobee News) on the time allowed to pur High Florida\ The local office will\ be officially THE Cattlemen's Day was observed in
Staff Sergeant Robert E. Mack -I chase 1946 drivers' licenses, the football team got off to a good I I closed as of Friday, September : GADFLYBy Okeechobee yesterday when a large

year old armament chief from deadline being October 1, and urgedall start last Friday night when they 23 1945. No applicationswill i MARJORIE B. WALLACEI'd gathering of local people and out-of
chobee, Florida, was released from drivers to purchase licenses Immediately .defeated the Stuart High School be accepted In the Okeechobee town guests from nearby cities and

service with the United States Ar to avoid a last minute team 7 to 0 In game played on the office however after Tusday September like to hang my three cents towns gathered at the Woman'i
Stuart home Bill
boy grounds
my Air Forces today at the Drew rush. recovered fumble behind I 25, as it will\ be Impossible in on all\ this recent discussion of Club building for a fish dinner
Field Separation Station. According to reports received, Hendry a I to process lame after that date. future for Okeechobee. staged by the Okeechobee Chamber
line In second possibilities
the Stuart the
Sgt. Mack li the ion of Mr. and only 223,060 licenses have been \issued Pleas lend all applications, requests It Is all\ very Interesting, very of Commerce. The occasion was in
for the only touchdown of
Okeechobee. this year In comparison with quarter for Information reports of honor of W. E. Carson and Senator
:'Ir. Robert Mack the and Tiny Watford made stimulating, and some of It Is really
Prior to entering the Army Air 355,589 Issued at this time last the extra game point. farm slaughterers and questions : possible great deal seems to me N. Ray Carroll, new owners of the

Forces In September, 1942 he was year. pertaining to price direct to the i visionary and Impractical but then Okeechobee Livestock Market.
employed by the Embry Riddle All drivers who have not obtained A large number of Okeechobee I War Price and Rationing Board In I'm not a businessman and probably R. B. Meserve, president of the
a permit by October 1 will be fans accompanied the boys to. Fort Pierce Florida. Chamber
Aeronautical) Institute at Arcadia, don't know whereof I speak of Commerce, acted ai
Florida.In required to stand an examination Stuart for their first game. I War Price and Rationing But from toastmaster and Introduced the
my own personal pointof
given by the Florida Highway Fa The game was well played con Board 4257.1, Okeechobee speakers and guests. The principal
July, 1943, he was lent overseas view, there Is a very practical
trol which consist of three parts' sidering it waa the first game of Florida. speakers were Senator Carroll and
with the 490th Bomb. Group, possibility which has 10 far been
written test, eye teat and actual the season for both teams The (Signed) L. F. Scharfschwerdt, Senator John Beacham of West
to the Eighth Air Force In England, overlooked-or at least, not men
driving teat Okeechobee team showed the effects Chairman. Palm Beach. Mr. Carson also madea
where he remained until hla returnto tioned in any of the speeches. And
of being In good physical con short talk.Senator .
the United Statei in July of this that li to attract to Okeechobee the
year, He holds the ETO ribon with Law Enforcement dition. The local boys go to Vero Weekly Roundupof retired government or professional Carroll told the gather
Beach for and
a game tonight next Ing of stockmen
six battle participation itari. His I man with a pension or annuity agricultural agents,
Thursday night they play at Fort I *
wife, Mn. Jewell H. Mack also lives and a yen for five acres, a cow, a I_ officials and newspaper
Conference Will Be Pierce. OPA Price And men that
in Okeechoee, Fla. garden, some chickens, peace and !j "because of its location,
The local boys do not play a the Okeechobee livestock market
quiet fishing and hunting, and a i I
Held On October 15 game on their horn grounds until Rationing News pleasant climate. should In time be the outstanding
Word has been received by Mn November 7 when they play their There must be thousands of them pavilion In the state."
Robert Ming of New Smyrna Beach first before the home fan
game State Senator John
engineers, who Invariably dream Beacham of
that her husband, Pfc. Robert Ming, R. G. Danner, Special Agent In with Moore Haven. Ration Calendar for week of of just such a retirement clerks, West Palm Beach in lauding Oke.
ll back In the States this
to land
Charge of the Federal Bureau of: Following is the starting line-up September 24, 1945; retired ministers, teachers, people chobee county's rise In the Florida
week after serving 17 months over Investigation, Miami Field Division for the Okeechobee boys \Meats and Fats-Red Stamps: V2, who would bring to Okeechobee a cattle picture, said that while tourist .

leas. While overseas Pfc. Ming announced today that the FBI Law Dozier Clements and Robert W2, Y2, Z2, now valid, expire September not Inconsiderable amount of Income are a great asset to the state,
served with the tat, 3rd, 7th, 9th
Enforcement Conference, whichI\ Pearce, Ends; Jack Jernigan and 30; Al, Bl, Cl, Dl, El, now but even more important, a Florida's future prosperity Is builtto
and 15th Army, serving with the 3rd held at the specific direction of the Elfia Harden, tackles; Euel Harden valid, expire October 31; Fl, Gl, distinct cultural contribution. Such a great extent on the productive.

the longest. He said he hopes to President of the United States, will and Ralli Raulerson, guards; Bill HI, Jl, Kl, now valid, expire No. people would be good citizens And ness of the Glades and Lake Okee.

have ,hls discharge by the middleof convene at the Log Cabin, City I Hendry, center; John Watford, vember 30; Ll, Ml, Nl, PI, Ql now Okeechobee has much to offer them. chobee regions

October. Park Stuart, Florida at 2:00 p. mon quarterback; Robert Hayes, half valid, expire December 31; Rl, SI, Having lived all over the state, I "If the government didn't realize
back; Mike Burber, halfback Gene Tl, Ul, VI become valid October 1,
October 5, 1945. G. M. "Dick" ; dare assert that the climate here at the value of this region, It wouldn't
Clarence Lofton returned to Camp Hancock, Sheriff of Martin Bounty Chandler, fullback expire January 31, 1940. the north end of the lake li the have helped finance the $7,000,000.tarch

Blanding Sunday after spending 30 will be the host to the conferenceand Sugars Sugar Stamp No. 38 now best to be had-it ii warmer in plant at Clewlston, nor would

days here with his parents, Mr. and plans to have a barbecue after Allen Markham valid, expire. December 81. winter, cooler In summer, and there large northern firm be purchasing
Mrs Morris Lofton. Upon his arrival the conference for those in attendance Shoes: Airplane Stamps No. 1, are fewer bugs, than In any other lands for the growing of such

at Camp Blanding he was No. 2, No.3. No.4. now good. secti/ Okeechobee Is centrally located crops as ramie.

granted an additional fifteen days The FBI Law Enforcement Conferences Gives InterestingTalk Five More Red Stamp Good just a couple of hours' pleasant "We are just In our infancy la

leave and returned to Okeechobee which were Inaugurated Five more red stamps In War Ration drive to either coast..pr.to MlamVTher ,- his..area A Senator*Beacham .
.. Tuesday morning to spend that s nearly: 1940 ,. have served pines to Rotarians Book Fovlr' will become'' Valid l Is* plenty"of sufficientlygood : ,After the fish dinner'at the
Mm* before returning to camp. that: time a dual purpose of keep. next Monday October 1, it was announced loll for the puttering Instincts Woman'i Club building the large

ng law enforcement abreast of the yesterday by Chairman of these retired professional folks, crowd of stockmen, railroad representatives .
Five besides the Scharfschwerdt of the Okeechobee who have been ..1their\
guests guest yearning
Joe Pease returned to Okeechobee police action required or made requisite co un t y agricultural
speaker attended the Rotary club War- Price and Rationing Board: lives for a chance to dig In the
Tuesday night after spending the '! due to the United States beIng agents and newspaper men, all at.
past thre years In the army part of Involved In a global war and luncheon Tuesday noon. They were He reminded\! that red stamps V2, dirt and produce vegetables and tended the cattle sale at the Okee.
which time was spent at Greenlandand have also served to bring before H. M. Saunders, Rotarian from the W2, X2, Y2 and Z2, now vaid, would flowers. chobee Livestock Market where one
Iceland. He was discharged at local law enforcement officers new Stuart club, who is agricultural expire at midnight Sunday, Sep They don't want to live In a city. of the largest sale in the history
Stewart, Ga. police procedures and techniques. agent for the S AL. railroad and at tember 30. The new valid stamps, They have no desire for night clubs, of the market was held. Four hun

Inasmuch as the war in the Pa. present managing the Indlantown good until Jan. 31, 1946, will be Rl, racing, gambling, or any other hot dred and sixty five head of cattle

cific has been terminated since the hotel; Cpl. Maurice Durrance, homeon SI, Tl, Ul and VI, the chairmansaid. spot activities. They don't give a were sold The prii steer sold for
Fred Boromel returned to Okee holding of the last conferences furlough from the Air Corps; J. whoop for tanneries, broom taco $16.00 per hundred and weighed

chobee Tuesday night after having naturally a good portion of the con G. Heyck, of Tampa, Investigating Sugar stamp No. 88 remains valid tories paper mills, employn ent eleven hundred and seventy-fiv

been discharged from the United ference program will be devoted to possible oil leases In this section; for five pounds through the end of problems, or what have you. They pound He was raised on the Jess

States Navy at \Miami. Fred was returned police policies and procedures for E. J. Carleton, Rotarian from Pa. the year, it was itated. Mr. Scharf want five acres, a Ittle home, a I Durrance ranch near Okeechobee.

to \Miami last week from the the post war era. The conference I hokee; and Walter Carson schwerdt called attention once chance to really\ live their own lives George Bebee state editor of the

Panama Canal Zone to be discharg Connect program will be highlighted by a President Hiram Raulerson announced more to the fact that OPA skipped after being buffeted about by the Miami Herald, and Paul Scarborough -

ed. He will leave today for number of practical demonstrations that once more the Okee Suga rStamp No. 87 due to the fact whims of governmental procedure- Jr., of the Seaboard Railroad,

tlcutt where he goes to bring his in the technique and mechanics of chobee club led the state In attendance that mn hyaouseholders erroneously moving every year or so, with their were on hand and will rive plenty

wife to Okeechobee to make their making arrests, and law enforcement percentage for the past month.W. used it last year in applying for I roots constantly dangling In the air, of publicity to the day.

home. I officers attending the conference D. Coker led the group ling canning sugarAirplane hungry for their own permanent

i will actually participate in ing. Two members were out of stamps 1, 2, 3, and 4 In home. J. A. Presley Laid to
Sergeant Elliott Lott returned to this town War Ration Book Three remain They are not old people. Engineers
i phase of the program. Also Included Rest In Fort Drum
Okeechobee last week after ipend i the conference W. I. Lawson Introduced the valid Indefinitely for shoes. retire at sixty, if they wish, or even
on program
ing four years in the United States i will be a discussion of the recent speaker, Allen Markham, president Tire Situation Still Acute before that if they have fifteen Cemetery Sept. 19th

Army He was with the Army Air advances In the scientific field of the Okeechobee Lions club and Demand for passenger car tires I years of government service. There's -

Forces and law service in the Pa which will be of aid to law enforcement co-owner of the town's leading industry has Increased so rapidly since the I plenty of life In the old doge yet Funeral services were conductedfor
cific. He was discharged at Camp in the future. A discussion of the canning plant. Takingthe lifting of gasoline rationing that it But they want to live that life J. A. Presley at the Fort Drum

Blanding. I aids in fugitive Investigations and Rotary Wheel as his illustrative will be many months before motor. quietly, settled on their own dirt, cemetery September 19. Mr. Presley '
late all the tire In and died at his home in Miami Friday
the showing of a number of slidesof symbol Mr. Markham named the get new they a pleasant community ,equa
C. J..Johnson who has spent the outstanding state and federal schools, with their future citizensof need, OPA District Dr. James S- ble climate.In night, September 7; th ,funeral services .

past eight months In the Army at I fugitives will complete the pro the county as the hub; the Industries Thomas announced yesterday in short, they are Pop and Mom being held up to await the arrival .
Camp Knox Tenn., left yesterdayto gram. and organizations of the Miami Wallace\ multiplied by the thou of hie ion who Is In the army

return to his home at Brooks I Mr. Danner county a* the spokes, supporting He said that unfilled applicationsfor lands, In standard and Improved but he failed to arrive.
\ille after spending Tuesday and has extended a cordial the cogged rim which meshes with passenger car tires are at an editions He was born In Georgia October

Wednesday here visiting his sister, law invitation to all duly authorized similar wheels in surrounding com. all-time high, while Inventories are What would they w.ntT A tract 31, 1875, but moved to Fort Drum

Mrs. Douglas Thompson He will enforcement officers to be munities, to turn the machinery of 'at an all-time low the country over of decent land, fenced, cleared, a about thirty years ago where h,
leave Brooksville Sunday and report conference 11attend.nce at this particular progress It Is expected that the backlog of small\ house on It If possible, good made his home until he moved to
to the army in California. Mr. Markham added three Industries approved but unfilled applicationsmay water, electricity. They want comfort Miami twenty year ago.
to the list given by L. V. Con- total one million for the country not pioneering. They would be The funeral services were con
NoticeThe rath last by the end of September ducted by Elder 0. K Sheffield of
Clark Hancock returned to Okee week as possible and permanent, law-abiding, solid citl
chobee Wednesday after spendingthe practical In this section a tanneryto "These are all applications that tens, with a steady If not munificent the Primitive Baptist Church.

past thirty eight months in the Game and Fresh Water Fish process the hide of cattle have been approved, but local\ Income to spend for the necessities J

Army in Texas. He was discharged Commission will hold a meeting at slaughtered here, another canneryto boards cant Issue certificates for of life. They would bring 'with them Card of Thanks .

at Camp Blending last week and the Roosevelt Hotel Jacksonville, process meat and fish at times their purchase because, passenger interest In good music, literature, a s
Florida, Friday, October 12, 1945. tire have been exhausted breath far > W* wish to take ,
went from there to Fort Meade when the fresh market does not absorb quotas from places In the world this method to
where he spent a few days with his Routine matters coming before the the entire output of these he said. when their work has taken them, thank our relative and friend for .

mother! before coming on to Okee Commission will b* considered and foods and a broom factory.He This explains, he declared, why an ability to chat without gossip, a their kindness In the recent death '
chobee anyone wishing to appear before stressed the need for co. local boards are forced to turn viewpoint enlarged and mellowed. of our beloved husband and father

the commission on matters pertaining operation not only among the coun down thousands of tire" application by their yeari of wanderings. And Mrs, J. A. Presley and Sons, .I\.r

Pearl H.rbor.-Specl.l to Okee to the conservation and restoration ty's citizen and business men, but *. time enough on their hand to>> be -relief .,;
chobee News-Albert Smith, boatwains of wildlife resources In with the outside Interests and Low-Priced Auto Scat Cover able to take a real and helpful In. Emmanuel ed In .
'' mate, first clan, Route 1. Florida will\ be heard.i. recommended a Public Relation Price relief measures have been terest In their community. Okeechobe Wednesday from Camp f'

Okeechobee Fla., hat been serving N. KENNEDY; Director Committee to b* mad up of representatives granted manufacturer of low- They would be a constant and Robinson, Ark., and Is spending

aboard the US3 LUZON, a unit of Game and Fresh Water of all local Interests, to priced automobile seat cover In an wer-recurring crop, too. As fast as three weeks her with his family

the repair squadron that Fleet Admiral Fish Commission. work with and In the Chamber of effort to get these scarce Items one unit In such a colpny: left forth After his leave he will report to the

C. W. Nimiti, commander Commerce, not only for general back on the market, It was an- Great Adventure, there would army: replacement center. In Callfor.

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I from the pay envelope for social security Lots 10 and 20, Blk T, Southwest Churches of Christ works. All thy work shall praise loX+x.-:..;..>-:+:.;..:..:..ooI -:..:.<..>
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and unemployment relief, the .
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOf Scientist"REALITY thee, 0 Lord; and thy saints shall ELECTRICAL WORK
person who draws $25 a week net EVERGLADES D It A IS.
AGE DISTRICT bless thee. They shall speak ot the

Published Every Friday by tb. would have an income equivalent! to THl' TE.M OV THE INTERNAL glory of thy kingdom, and talk of I
Okeechobee Newt Co., at Ok..ehoobet of $30 $25 a week. Why IMPROVEMENT 1 FUND Is the subject of
a wage or
Florida OK TUB STATE OF FLOR the thy power; The Lord Is righteousIn EVANS
Okeechobee County, IDA. Lesson-Sermon which will be P. P.
should about looking
they worry
In.1I his I
all and
his holy
Bv \toR.. RAOLBRSOX. Agent read in Churches of Christ Scientist

BRYANT BOWDEN ......... Editor for a ? job under those circumstuncvs ,for Trustees.'Ullc1111.1 of the Internal for Board Im.proveinetit throughout the world on Sunday works" (Psalms 145:5: 10, 11, 17). I

I nf OniimlsMloneri of Everirlndci September 30. HOUSE WIRING
Entered as second rises matter Jnly a Ilrnlnnift DUtrirt OkeochobeeCounty The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe
lot I, at the Post Offleo In Otewhobee Rut the clay Is coming when open Florida, the
Fin., under Act of Mar. 8, 1m. The Golden Text is: "Thou, 0 following passage from 0-:" :":";":":":":";" :..:..:..:..
competition for business and for MtlKE Christian Science textbook, Science
Lord, remalnest for
and NOTICE In hereby given that the e.verj; thy
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Jobs will make both
and Health with to the Scriptures"
Council Cftof Okoechohra.
City of throne
the from
One Tear In advance . . .ItOO generation to genera
luor toe the mark for the public Is .'lorlla.111 meet In the Council
Six Months In advance . ... 1.00| rimtnher nt HIP (,11tlatt nt 8:00: tion" (Lamentations 6:19): by Mary Baker Eddy: "ThereIs Ia.laria I
Three Months In advance .. ... going to demand service and value 1'. M October 1. UH5.: for the purpose I but one1 primal cause Therefore
and the business will go to those nf reviewing and equnll/.lnir the City I Among the citations which
--- Tnx AmoKniiiont Roll for the yenr of I comprise there can he no effect from any CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH '.

t>c1tnif notices In lord eolnmna. 10 fume and organisation that .give It. loin: ns prepared by the City Tax the Lesson-Sermon Is the following other cause, and there can be no I for
cent a line. Rotes for display' artvertlnlnir Assessor I LIQUID .
fnrnlnhpd on appllrntlon. Clew ANY and ALL PERSONS hn.lnltun from the Bible: "I will reality In aught which does not MALARIALSYMPTOMS
If1o1 advertising. 1 cents ear* word Florida will play host to thou. <, objections to the vnlnnttnns placed of the I
Innortlon. All Venn,regarding' enterprises : glorious honour of thy proofed from this great and only 6 6 6
per sand of winter visitors thin ...aI on their property by the Cltv Tex 'I
conducted for profit are I AsaeMnr an shown br the Assess- I majesty, and of thy wonderous 1 cause" (p. 207:20.23): I Take only as directed
chsrironhle .lit. advertising_.rates. eon If we are smart we will givetlu mont Roll nre hereby notified! to file .- I
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'10 folks the kind of service and their objections with tho city Clerk -"
Advertising hills are payable en the or to Alpine In person heforn tho I
Itit of parti month. Parties, unknown tepnbllshers attention they have have a right toe City Council nt said meeting on the 1.--------------------------- .
required to pay la advance nfnrennld date, 1.I .
peet This can be done If both uron CHANDLER I i!
President City Council II!
CP ployers and employees forsake I I
OkoechohPe. Florldn" ,
"Too Late to Classify" their "public be damned" attitude ATTEST: .

By Russell Kay anti' work together to build for the City Loren: ClerkOkeechnhe Pearce. I i>1.i. A THIMBLEFUL OF SERVICE "

future, which It full of promise for Florida I II I i. .

J\Ve have had our V-E Day and those who are smart enough to I NOTICE I

our V-J Day and now we are rapid. I realize that the "honeymoon" I 1'1 An rrovldoil, hv Chapter 21im: Acts .

ly approaching another Important over and from now on we urn going ; nf 1041. notice In hereby liven that I
the lime and! Fresh Water Finn '
day that a lot of folks are no more to have to 'give' If we want to 'get.' CommlKnlon of the State of Florida, I I II
under the and nnthorltv granted -
for than the world power
ready diplomats
said Commission bv Section. M'I One day we overheard somebody say, "It was such a small ,
were for the war's sudden end. Article IV of the Cnnatltutlon of I

Legal Advertisements rntlflpif State' of hv Florida the vnter n I nmendcd of Flnrliln. and. matter, I didn't want to bother anyone at the bank about it."

For want of a better name I'm on November :S. 1042. In of-

calling It V-P Day and It has to do flclnl meeting held In Orlnndo
Florldn. Monday September 17. 1MI.:
with the ending of the war on the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB how approved and Adopted rnlen find

"home Iront"-You translate it Victory TAX DEED regiilntlons governing the Inking of. B her'us? Man alive, it's no bother. That's what we are
Laws of usa fresh water fish from Lnke Okpechohep

for the Public Day. Notice Is hereby given that K. B. device:; nnn for prohibited taking fresh the use wnrer of fl Any.n here for-to be helpful whenever can in every way we
Stello. bolder
of Tax Certificate No. except honk and line, rod! and reel
For the last several years the 0272.: Issued the 71 h day of August bob spinner troll or trotllne. anti :
A. D. 1D33 has filed some In my office
ban provided on nnd after October 1. can
American Public has had tii take a : ha t made application for a 1040

beating frohi\ business, Industry labor Tax Peed to he Insurd thereon Said Certified ropy of thin rule and
Certificate embraces the following described regulation hAs ben filed with the"
and government With goods property In the County of ecretnrv! of State nf the State of
Okeechobw. State nf Florida to-wltt I F'nrliln and with the County lodges DEPOSITS 0 0 . $1,000,000.00Open
and labor scarce, help hard to get Lot 2, Illk. 167. CUT of Oke chobee. I..f Martin, Palm Bench Hendrv.Olndpn .

and harder to keep, wages high and The assessment of said property nnd Okeechohpp counties, and!
under sold Certificate issued was lathe copies IOn, be nbtnlned from the
sales restricted and regulated, Mr. nnme of Maude Richard. "mml..lon at its office In the City your savings account here. Do not keep loose cash
"Ip.e said Certificate shall be redeemed
of Tnltohneeee. Florida
and Mrs. Public have had to con. according to law property Signet I. S. KF.SSFTlT. around the house.Okeechobee -
tend with discourtesy, Indifferenceand described therein shall be sold to the Director Onme Anti FreshWater .
Msrhast bidder at the Conrthonsa Finn Commission.
often Insult. door on the first Monday In the
month of October, IMS, which Is the IN THE nnrriT cornT or THE
They have had to stand In line let day of October, 11>>3. NINTH -TrniciAL rturriT IN

and wait their turn take what they Dated this 13th day of August 1M5. AND FOR OKEFrrHOBEBCOT'NTY.
could get and like It. Instead of Clerk Circuit Court otOkeN'hnbl't FIORID* .
IV cn\:-iCF.nyCa.
Countyag. ,
clerks waiting on them they have Florida .. Vo. 911 County Bank

had to wait on clerks. They have i \ 31 : Sept 7, H 21. 28-11>>3lI'OTI'E I.OXXIE BROWNIVO.PlaIntiff ))

had to plead with waiters for al TS ) OFFICERSC.

glass: of water, beg the butcher for I SELL OF INTENTION I.ANU TO MARTfM 1l1l0\\' ISn.JFONA >) H. McXULTY, President R. B- MESERVE Vlee-Frei. WILL TOMLINSON,

a sliver of bacon, kow-tow to bureaucrats NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that.I'1I.8unnl Pefendnnt 1NOTICE N. RAY CARROLL, VicePreiand Cashier Assistant Cashier
to Section 15 (I II. Chapter2nnnnO TO tI'PFRTHE
wipe their own wind. taws of Florldn Acts of 1941\ IIT.\".; OF ',..nHJP.Tn .\
shields shine their own shoes mid Section IT.. Charter H717. Laws : MtlTllt IEOVA BROWNING DIRECTORS
mow : :iADPKESd
of F'o.I"nrt.' of T 31. in amended I'NKNOWX
their Yen err hereby' required tn
own lawns wash their own hv Section 11. Chnnter 20IWS.: laws of nppenrnt
clothes Florldn" Acts of 1041, and also parr- mv office In Okeechobee Flirt dn W ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr, R. B. MESERVE E. M. :MESERVEFOR
carry their own packages, timnt to Section 42 Chapter 20752.Lnwl :! nn November :,1th .t. D, tll.jj, to Bill
of Compliilnt for divorce feed ngnlnat J. 0. PEARCE
run their own errands and of Florida. Acts nf 1W1. M
pay top amended bv Section in. Chapter 220711. von' bv otinle Browning. In Circuit

prices for shoddy merchandise and I awe of Florida. Acts nf 1(143. and Court, OkPerhobop Countv, Florldn .
hi dofiin't, wherefore - -------- ---- _,----,-, _.- -"-,-,-,----, -.-
Section 41. Chapter 20722. Laws of Dwree Pro ('onfo..o -
I Indifferent service.A Florida, Act nf 1041 us Amended bv will be entereil ngnlnst vent they ---- -
timid Section 21. Chapter 22070, Laws o I Okeerbnliee News U rtenlifniiied as thenpMannner
protest always broughtthe Florida, Acts of I'm.! the followlna f., which' this Order slinllbe
gruff/: response "Don't you described Inmls In Okeechiihee County, pitb'lxhed, once n week for five 1 '. :
1'1".1"0, to-nlf iniKociitlvc wiekaWitne .
know there's- war on!" Now robbed Poscrlptlon : es mv hand And' offlclnl annlHI
okeochnln, F'orbln this 27th
of this stock I.or 1 Blk 21. of Okeechobee. tiny
excuse, merchants City nf Setileinln-r.' A D 101.1.
inn keepers and others who cater to Lot 2. Blk. 24, City of Okeechobee.Lot (Circuit Court Seal
I 4 Blk toy City of Okeechobee. ROY R. \ULKRSON. I "
the public are beginning to get the I Lots 5 nd 0. Blk. ito, City of Okeerhobre Clerk of the Circuit Conrt
Okeechohep County, Florida
reaction of V-P Day. In a local department -' Late 7. and 0, Blk. 23 South Mnrv Siinili-rfur, tehiilinnii,

store the other day I saw Okwhnhee. Attorney for rlnh"ffService,
Lots 1 and 2. Blk, 22 South Okee-
a woman look over several offer. chobee. Men
Lots 3 and 4. Blk 22 South Okeerholipe. -
Inland/: calmly Inform the clerk I SALE

that the goods weren't worth the I.nt 4, Blk. 1. South Okeechobee.
(Continued from Pnsre One)
Lot ft,, Illk. 1. South\ Okeechobee.
prices asked. Folks were no longerto Lot 1. Blk. 3, South Okeechobee.Lot .
10. Blk 3, Davis Addition. chief, Pacific, once referred to as a
buy, they'were beginning/ ask Lots 1 to 20 Inc., Blk. ::.q. Northwent "secret "
"How much?" and give/: consideration Addition. weapon.
Lot 0, Blk. 3, Southern Fines Addl- The Luzon, a floating shipyard
to real value and quality boo tlon.
Lot S. Blk. F. Wright & Bnsi S.P. capable of repairing and malnt.in.1
fore making a purchase. A fruit Lot 10. Blk. 7. Okeechobee Heights. ing sivaller combatant vessels and I\ *
itand that had been selling half Lot 3, Blk. 137 City of Okeechohee. I
,, Lots 5 and 0, Blk. 30 City of Okee- all types of amphibious craft, was I
ripe, honey dew melons at dollar chobi'e.
a i I
I.ot 0 Blk. 1<3. City of Okeechobee the first.ship of Its kind to be sent SEVERAL
and a half apiece suddenly found I'' ACRES OF GOOD
1 nod 2.Ilk.. 10. South Okee to the Pacific. It has served in the I ,
itself with a large stock on hand chohee
will be offered for safe nt public onto forward areas since January 1944, : f
and no takers
err fnr the highest and hot rash Mdnblect putting hundreds of ships In condition i i!
Alert store managers, quick to to the right of the Bonrd of
Commissioners' nf !Ewglndc: "' Iirnlnige to meet operation and invasion
note the changing attitude, are do < Plittrlct. ant 'or .
Ilonrd of {'onnt"r'.mml..lo.r. schedules. This ;i
floating shipyard I
ing their best to It of Okeechohee County, I
overcome but Florldn, to reject nor sad nil Mils, kept the Fleet on the fighting/: line j I Pasture Land
they art still handicapped and probably nt the rmirthniiic. beginning nt 10 on
o'clock A. M. on the 11th day of for the Invasions of the :Marshall
will\ be for several months Although
and October reclnmntlnn 1043. Easement for drainage Inlands, Salpan, Guam Iwo Jim
thousands of workers have And rand purposeswill
be reserted and Okinawa.
been released from war Industries nmnn op COMMISSION-BUS!
OF EVEItniAPES DRAIN With millions of dollars in equipment
only a small percentage of
these AGE DISTRICT and
scores of highly trained

folk are Interested In working for BOARD anal OF COUNTY COM. personnel the Luzon could handle

a living./: They still have money and MI SONEin OF OKEECHO LOCATED IN MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA
BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. a wide range of Jobs-repairing ,
can draw unemployment fundi. By ROY H. RAULEKSON. 6,000 \
Clerk of the Circuit Court of horsepower motors doing all
There is no hurry about
looking fora
Okeechohee County FI"rlla.II manner of electrical metalsmith I
job. Of course, if someone would agent for sold Boards. '
and machine ship work manufacturing
offer th.m.n executive petition By DORIS GARDNER
Deputy Clerk necessary spare parts, and WITH GOOD DRAINAGE
they might consider it. In Tampa, maintaining diving equipment for

the United States Employment I NOTICE underwater work- : !'

Service has some 1800 jobs available Olc.-whi.hM County, Florida

that nobody wants. September 13th, IMS
An employer recently called on IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,
the pursuant to Section f of Chapter -
agency for an office girl. The
/ IQ2j8. Laws of
Florida. Acts of 193T.
job was routine sorting and filing known ss the MURPHY ACT. especially to help the
and In
and paid $20 a week. The first ap. pursuance of Chapter 20B38.: Laws ef returning service men to establishthe WILL SELL IN TRACTS OF 250 ACRES UP .

plicant couldn't work for that. She Florida Acts of 11>>1. known at the many small businesses which -

admitted EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS. are more vital to the growth of
she had any
no training or experience TRICT ACT. the following described
but sht had been land situated In Eye ,latlp. Drainage community than a few big bu.I.1 PRICES REASONABLE. ,
District In Okeechohee County, Flor
130 on a war job as an assistant ida will be offered for sale at publicOUI.r .
helper and said for the highest and best cash I Next week the Rotary club will
"I don't realy wanta bid. subject to the right of the Troi-
job, Mister ten of the Internal Improvement' Fund have the pleasure of listening to '
you set I have to apply and of the I
of .
when they tend me in order to Everglades Drainage District Commissioners to reject f Rabbi Carl Herman of West Palm TERMS TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES

draw any and all bids at the Courthouse Beach The Rabbi la a noted speaker
my 'rocking chair money so I beginning st in'Oo o'cjork A. M. oa the
please sign the card." 131 n day of October IMS. At to all well and favorably known allover .

lands outside the corporate limits of the state, and whatever I
Thousands of folks have been any munleIPall'l' at of this data, his
holding down I title of all petrollom and subject his talk la sure to be Informative ,
to called
jobs at three-fourths of other minerals' will -
good pay where neither be reserved hv Trustees of the Inter. and of great Interest.
experiencenor I Bal Improvement Fond I If lands are
ability mattered, now if they within said eorporttt limits at of
thlt date the reservation applies, bat
art going to get and keep a Job privilege to explore, mine and develop "
they will have to learn to will be conducted on and on-
and der lands only with the consent ot .
It Isn't going to bt easy either on the surface owner. Essementtj for BRING YOUR LelandC. Pearce ,
the road right of way 200 feet wide will
employer or the employee be renewed by said Trustees from

If the government Insists any parcel through which there It soexlttlng
on payIng elate road I and easement for Needs
folks $25 a week for not workIng drainage and reclamation and for Printing
road purposes 11'11be reserved the
for a period of 26 weeks, it will Board of Commissioners of Everglades STUART'

only serve to place an additional Drainage Dee..riptlenr District. TOOkeechobee .

premiua. on loafing and make it Lot 8 Blk. U, Rlvertldt Park Ad- .
dition -
Jast that much harder for folks to Beg 100 ft. N of SB Cot ot 8W>4 News .

adjust themselves later on. When of >EU of SE14 run W 208.7 ft. 1 1r
thence N 224 ft. thence NELY along
you taKe Into account deductions road 8 1B98 ft. 8 2M.5 ft, E 08 .!'t.,
8 M ft., In Sec 14 Twp 87 Rge, 85.
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.-. -. -., ., ..... .................. ........ ....... -- sta.j; i Government
Iili''-==",',"="""'" ,',-..-,',"="= ,',=,">.',="" ,.,-=:.'.=.r.,',=,'.=.r.'.=.', ,STORES CHANGE This Is America they are notified to work or | Military In, doing
I I This means that alable\ bodied the betterment and future peace of
!! CLOSING HOURS "Policing Germany"To | the world. It I Is an impressive docu-
and children, forced
!! men are
fill SOCIAL NEWS announced this Show At GilbertThis ment that every true American
It was week that Into the fields to raise food to I
I i must net.

,".<=='I','.. s",.""" ",',=,..,c,:,="C:=",, .,..= ...,: := ""","" ,I beginning Monday all local stores latest -Issue in the "This I la I feed themselves( Then comes the
II -== -==- = -="f'-= s =-=- s:':-=::': ii5:':---"- will open at 8:30: In the morning !I opening of the coal nines, the I

Fine Arts Club Holds FOR SALE--Three bedroom .tucco and close at five o'clock In the aft America" series Is one of great Im- I establishment of kindergarten, the !i H H)
to who has suffered '
home. FRED WILSON.will ernoon each week exrept Saturday portance everyone opening of banks and court of' WHEN IN REED; OF
Meeting With 'Miss when they will close at 8 o'clock In- directly or Indirectly In the 'law, This li followed
a newspaper HOUSE WIRING
McCarthy WednesdayThe stond, of 9 they have done In the present wr. It shows what Is being .
be out of town from Sunday u factual, but non-political, AM)
done with the conquered German
through Wednesday, holding his past. and the opening of various churches I Electrical Repair Work
Fine Arts club held Its second will Nation to safeguard the futuro
Beginning :Monday the time where
usual ofrlce hours Thursday: morn services are held for the !
meeting of the season at the homeof ing of next week to back to Eastern Standard Time, peace It takes the city of Cologne; first time since the Hitler regime I CallIODSOH
Miss Kathleen McCarthy on thereby abolishing the Daylight as a sample of what Is being done '
It Is a tough Job and a big Job but I BURRPhone
Wednesday afternoon.The I Saving Time that has been tn operation I I In every town and hamlet In thudefeated tho "M.O.: la doing it. "Policing
Mr. and Mrs Lewis C. Wallace,
subject was Cathedrals: Now since the war started. empire. The American Germany" shown what Is I
of Madison, Ohio, and Mn. Wai-\ I being 202
World and Old, and a most Inter The patrons are asked to bear Military Government of Cologne, done to the Nazi
ace's' Mr. and Mrs. I uproot evil from <.I.\KA.NTEEI
parents Joseph AMVOKK I
esting paper on famous church edifices these changes In mind when arranging headed by Colonel Patterson, first German soil. It shows what.tl,.. I I
Halfpenny, of Fairfield, Alabama,
had been prepared by :lIra their shopping each day establishes protective force for Its I .
were guests over the week-end of .
olvijlan population by developing ---- --------
aid the a
Tom Casey, and was read by Mrs. especially Saturday Closing
J. M Roe.Refreshments. Mr, and Mrs. G. O. Wallace at Con hour, police force and fire department.Then I !1I
ors Fluid 1 l
of dainty sandwiches follows the repair of tinnspoi'tatlon I 1

cakes and tea were served lJ'achal11 Raulurion and Reuben lines and communications.This .

ty Miss :McCarthy, assisted by Mrs, The Wesluyan Service Guild of L.ler arrived In Okocchobe Tuu- Is all done by the Germans, -
Omar Hunt, who poured. the Methodist church Is sponsoring day night after having been release 'I themselves under American supervision : Royal Victory

Those present were Mrs. Bryant a pot-luck Fellowship supper at otl from the army'at Camp Bland- At the populous returns \

Bowden, Mrs Nathan Zelmenovitz, the church annex next Monday ing. from the suburbs and ir.all huniletx i

Mrs. John McNeil, Mrs. Robert Me night at 7:00 o'clock. All Interested 1

serve, Mrs Hiram Rauleraon, Mrs, In the church and church work, I

Carl Durrance, Mrs E. H. Hunt, whether or not they are members at Skating Rink

Mrs R. E. Link, Mrs. J. :M. Roe, present, are Invited to attend.C .

Mrs, 0. L. Hunt, Mrs Rae Boettgerand

Mrs. Albert Davis. C r- Integrity : .- YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ? 125 South 5th St. Fort Pierce, Florida

I I __n.___" __ ______.____ _____..
O. L. Raulerson has returned to 0
his home here after spending ten Inventor of a pntcn'ed de

day In the Fort Pierce hospital THE presented a himdinadc( Open Every Evening from 7 to 10
model !
working toa large
where he underwent an operationfor HAVE THEM RECAPPED IN ONE
manufacturing concern in the
appendicitis) hope\ of selling his rlKlils.! The OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS. 1 EXCEPT MONDAY WHEN CLOSED
manufacturers were keenly Inter I ALL DAY
Albert Berka left Tuesday mornIng ested, and during negotiations
for Panama City. Mrs Berka covering a long period a company

and daughter, Miss Joan, will join official offered to provide him and BEST
with an interim agreement to pro Saturday Sunday Open
him after Christmas: and make that tect his rights. But the Inventor I

city their future home. declined, saying, "I have complete RUBBER USED. PHONE 139, FORT
confidence in your Integrityand *- 2:00: P. M. to 5:00: P. M.

Sire Catherine Oiler was here that of your associates What PIERCE, FOR APPOINTMENT. ; I
last weekend from Kisaimmee She proved to be a profitable agree-
ment for both was consummatedin
was the guest of Misses Alice and due course. I WEDNESDAY SPECIAL---LADIES
Sylvia Bass while here.
Here Is exemplified honesty of
purpose, that was made the basis: Humphries Tire & Retreading Co. I HALF PRICE
Dr. F. P. Maupal will attend the of fair dealing and good will
annual conference of Jils medical among men. Fear and selfishness w

society in Miami this week-end. HeGILBERT cannot promote such qualities. i I
But moral soundness and uprightness .. .. ,.
of character, the true essen I I -- .....- c .. .

... tials of goodness, foster fidelity
---- -----
$t -----
integrity, and justice. The teach\
Ings of Christ Jesus, demonstra-
tively restated in the teachings of > $ ..
<< .
1''<' ... :.v.: ::tW-dWt'l'! : .
Christian Science, are typified .. ;.. Pi.. '
THEATRE ) .1. ' when men mutually trust and re FAI1 <,14 J'', :':==:' ==:': :':. :':::== spect one another, and willingly 'I A BA TKER'AMERICA'.S'.N > Wt'l.f. "',, .'
. extend themselves in each other'sinterest.

, Sunday and Monday4e8.,4 The compel Master thee said tG"Who'soever'ahall ( __ ; / It e it'N i. USTRIALF.R.ONTIER: : :
go al ".,:; t' (. t ;" )0< '
.I' "
JOAN FONTAINE"AC. : mile, go with him twain". (Mat. w :v "Je.I > ; weti
thew -5:41): ). In other words, fear \ '
: ARTURO DE CORDOVA not that you will be the loser by : '
b fulfilling more than is demanded.The I If THESE FACTS about the South art from 0 speech made : :.:;: I : .
"Frenchman'sCreek" lessening of individual initiative ; s4 I recently in New York bj ROBERT M. HANES, PresV '/. ""' .. .J: ,
the growth of regimentation ; ,< < I '' .
dent fFachovia Bank and Trust
Company, President
Also plemented and centralized by disinterest control in, sup responsibility r',,.:. \! ;Association' of Reserve City Bankers and past President; i f ])fVI1lI., }H' ,
I 'American Bankers Association and North
tend to set aside the Carolina Bank U. '. .
\ '
NEWS EVENTS true worth of men. Human domination .). ,. ers Association. c '' \

LITTLE LULU CARTOON probity, presumes faithfulness a, dearth and allegiance of i'' Resources t The South produces 95% of the na :'! \.
to truth.
. TOLICTXG GERMANY": Jesus '. tion's cotton. 90% of the tobacco 75% of the S' Tt'/11 f/J
The endeavors of were O
t. '"beset by fearful odds," but he }:ate' tri natural gas 60% of the crude petroleum 50% C \. J

h faltered the divine not in requirement.the performanceof Obviously <. :' of the bituminous coal. 40% of the lumber I jl; U1t

Friday and Saturday his surpassing works were ,: ,| 47% of the wood pulp 12% of the iron ore, and 1 1I

based upon spiritual integrity beyond I ., 26% of the electric power output. The South has ;
Double Feature Program the comprehension of even = fs"y
, his immediate disciple. Never : ,. 80% of the active cotton spindles and manufactures i, .

:MARJORIE REYNOLDS theless, he said for the benefit of 90% of, the nation's tobaccQ products and 26% of .t ----- i I,
those who were to be his follow -
DENNIS; O'KEEFEIn ers for all time, "He that bee : < i its paper and paperboard. /4tt; / 7
lieveth on me, the works that I S *
"Up In Mabel's do shall he do also.; and greater j 'Indus.ry. From 1900 to 1939, the valueof theSouth's /* CST : VA.ap .
works than these shall he do 1
Room"Also because I go unto my Father"; I ;x; industrial production increased 700% as N o 9 .

(John 1-1:12): ). This Is both a prom 4 compared to a 366%increase for tile states outside. oil '
T ise and a challenge I ''"" the South.. '' f' M "
BILL BOYD Giant tasks in every department > '.

In"Bar ; of human endeavor await man. I' t< 'of j|, Agricultures The intensified need for foods and > V -* "2 .
llnd. With the inspiration of true \
20"NEWS :, integrity, fresh hope springs up, \ ; raw materials has forced improved.methods, diver ALL\ \\ s.C. yr

CARTOON new courage is realized and a t. I fiificajtion and intensive cultivation in agriculture ,
more spiritual conviction is ate 1
:u tained. Farm mortgage debt has been greatly reduced and ji "

Trustworthiness based on the the farmer has learned new techniques and better L;' : 4 -4 BUY

....... wisdom the Master taught cannot ''I '
Coming -' WAR BONDS
farm In 1943 the
fail. The light of Truth effectively | management. South accounted for ft J ] -ti

-A.\U AOW l-OJIORKOH" shining through the ::; : '40% of the national farm crop income. FtA tee';".' NOW
darkness of ignorance and doubt, ..
't". i ,\ HERE COMES THE WAVES'* guides, guards and saves those I c |,transportation The South has 81,473 miles of s

"rRACTICALLY'OVRS.:: who turn to it with integrity, < :'railroads 350,000 miles of modern highways 21'
BRING ON THE G3RL8" honesty, humility, and grati 1. ,
tude. .- :Th CYfeHo Science '&fi. ''airlines, and excellent ports, harbors and inland l rf you V"
ested '/'.
3't jl
; '::; waterways.
plonfitaf ci JiiljjI

Ad.wyi I J i 1 w :'Bankings In 1910, the South's banking resources "brtn tdrltlttei he R ,

, ;\ Rom where I sit-// Joe.Marsri f/ were $3,275 million today they are $23 billion. dt's Sovtheos'to recqendx vXeshagbeglad; ;'

t' '( .Savings deposits have increased from $575 million = fgiiakite tocaflatt.Qvr
.k, i\1 to $3 billion, and life insurance in force from S3 r4ieorch'et s atsobvpllablir for corn re6oriiye '

..Our: town i ;:1\..., .f billion to more than $30 billion. .' sl dt+striat'laaseiiititisi Gi ou,
( / has heroes too ,r".'.11 Pattern for Progress t The war production program r canfklentt .nti res>< !dz itd: >;. Fl,

,. '., .: has brought new and diversified industry to the

f Over. _....>.:a Ridge they'realways campaigned for teaching hon ? 'South, developing'a large supply of skilled labor. b ..
boasting about their 10est history in schools; Wedd The South is ,a land of mild temperatures, 'ample .4'a t

\cal: heroes-ancestors in the Rev'lOlutlonary Towers, who fought the encroachment rainfall, abundant sunshine and long growing sea- t' -<

War, congressmen, .Prohibition la Its not crowded together in large ,
and an artist with pictures In the our county and persuaded folk eons. people are ; K ; ; '
:I Metropolitan Museum. they wanted tolerance and mod Cities, but scattered in smaller cities and towns, Y "t

'. ,:. Well, we've. got our local heroes eration in place of a return to 'where l Irving and working conditions are'more attractive. R' : xYt:3:

too. ,. lawlessness. & They are supported partly by industry and : '
There was old Doe Turner, Ton won't find monuments to '
t.. who fought for years against the these folk. But from where I 'u .trade and partly agriculture. This pattern fits **

,t t; Intolerance and bigotry that nit they're heroes in 'a cause perfectly into the current trend dispersal o/ large
wed- that' pretty sacred in our towns ? s
from being
: kept I irulUT .
e$ gQae"a $
4 gated in our county. the cause of freedom, tolerance, e-Y 'nn"r 1 YeF3
Follensby, who aDd human dignity.
:r r And Deacon I
fought for free pews In the (1.# ..
churchesJess Hackney, who OvrJ !

Coffrigkl, IMS, United StaM Brtuurt Fovudoium
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vision for Contributed Supplies of this clothing, UNRRA official. said, prices on construction materials hla person even til death speak his THE GAD-FLY

Henry J. Kaiser UNRRA, Is Executive Director of will have been shipped from this and building costs In each area. heart' belief In the power of hit -

this new collection as he was of country by October 80. UNRRA Is These will be decided upon after a God:
(Continued from Page On)
: Outlines Plans to the United National Clothing Collection also shipping clothing contributedto survey has been completed to determine -
"Be sure of thlst The world will be a dozen who would want to take
collections for war relief In what costs need to be flat-
never ba much greater than your its place for year after year there
Pointing out that the success of Canada New Zealand and Australia. priced and where. .
Collect Clothing own hearts People are ever seekIng are thousands of retirement from
the Victory Clothing Collection Is An "unprecedented boom" In I God In the world of meaningand the ranks, of government and the

dependent upon able leadership In National Headquarters for the building Is anticipated according mystery, He Is In the beauty of professions. And the fame of such a

e Henry J. Kaiser, National Chairman every community and the Individual Victory Clothing Collection are at to OPA, and' regional officials said the earth and sky, If you take him colony would spread to the four

of the United National ClothIng effort of all Americans, Mr, Kaiser 100 Maiden Lane, New York 7, N. Y. that before long a person could consult to It. The spirit of God Is likewiseIn corners of America.

Collection of the past spring, disclosed last night that he bad appealed a chart In his area and determine the world of man If you carry

outlined plant last night for a see to the 7,671 men and women how much it will tost to modernize him there, You will find God nowhere I But If we, living her for yesrs

ond natlon-wld effort to collect who acted as community chairmenIn Rationing News a bathroom, put a new roof that you do not take him and I, and knowing the town and the people

clothing that li urgently needed the earlier clothing drive to serve on the garage or barn, or build a wherever you find Him, you will : can't find such a place to settle
for overseas relief, again I whole house find yourself." what chance have the other
I (Continued from Pin One) thousands? Answer, none at all. Not
I In commenting on this Invitation
;JThli second clothing campaign, nounced yesterday by OPA District at present-
I he stated! "There were many who In Memory of James A.
which President Truman asked Mr. tod us last spring, 'It can't be Director Dr. James S. Thomas In ':":":+:":":":-:">>:'-:+:+:-:+:":":0---) But It's the
a possibility, Just
Kaiser to lead, la to be known as Miami. Presley
done'. But when the 15 ,000,000
the Victory Clothing Collection. It Subscribe to The News same
pound goal was exceeded, the Amer. "The fabric supply Is now loosening .
will begin January 7 in thousands ican' It 'to the where (Contributed) .. .... P. S. Anybody got five acres?
people proved can be done. up point military +:-< o-----":+: : :o-x.)
of American communities and will As If he came to say farewell to
"I am fully aware that this new cutbacks In textile manufacture can -
continue through January 31. Its his home and the neighbors on his
collection means not only effort be felt and normal production
national goal Is not to be based on street the hearse came to a halt In
but sacrifice on the part of all. ButI should soon be resumed In this Industry .
poundage. Instead, the American front of his home. The family was ,
have word from Governor Lehman, with a normal spread over
people are asked to contribute 100. ready and waiting to follow It a
Director General of UNRRA, that the entire price range,' Dr. Thomas I
000,000 garments, with additional I said ready and waiting to follow it a ,
the clothing already contributed Is !
shoes and bedding. few minutes later for his final restIng -
not sufficient to meet the now I Because of wartime wear on automobiles i
place In the little country cemetery -
e In the earlier collection, the national known requirements of the war devastated -I and the difficulty of re I
of 150,000,000 pounds of: where others of his familywere
areas. The liberated poo- demand for seat covers
serviceable used clothing was more pies of Europe suffer continued has Increased while shortages have already resting Along the

than met. As In that drive, the privation and want. Victory In the developed In the low-priced lines, long road as we followed the thingsof COMMERCIALAND
Collection will be he nature which he loved and was
Victory Clothing Pacific has brought many more added.
the United National part of his life seemed to say good
conducted by millions of war victims within the Control of Building Coats

.. Clothing Collection, Inc., and will range of our assistance." II Some details on OPA'a most far- bye. I

be a united effort In behalf of An added feature of the Victory reaching peacetime price control The mere fact of his love for the j \

USRRA (the United Nations Relief Clothing Collection according to I, program have been released by plants and lovely things of naturehe I 'I

and Rehabilitation Administration) Mr Kaiser I Is that each contributor : OPA regional official. In Atlanta spoke of his divine faith In a DOMESTICREFRIGERATION

by war relief agencies together will be Invited to enclose In the I with the declaration "building material higher power. Those who were near. :

with representative groups In the garments a "good-will" letter to costs must and will be stabilized est and dearest to him could sense ,I

nation's life, Including religious the unknown recipient overseas "I ." his love for the Diety by thesimple, I

and educational groups women'sand am tremendously interested," Mr. OPA asserted "One look at the beautiful life he lived. If he had

fraternal organizations farm, Kaiser said, "in the contribution record of what happened after the not a kind or good word for his

labor, Industrial, veteran', youth which this expression of International last war is enough to show why fellowman he kept "mum." He loved
and civic this humanity and nothing made him SERVICEs
groups friendship can bring to the program Is so vital: 68,000
It was announced at the White peace of the world." mortgage foreclosures on homes In happier than when he had an opportunity

House Sunday that President Truman UNRRA will ship the clothes, 1926; 97,000 In 1927; 116,000 In to do a kind deed for

who considered the need for a shoes and bedding contributed in 1928; 134,000 In 1920" someone-

second clothing collection "Impera. January for free distribution to I Commenting on these figures a His life was a quiet and peacefulone

tive", had called upon Mr. Kaiser the needy and destitute In liberated few days ago, 'OPA Administrator and death cam,j to him in the

and all the local chairmen of the Europe, the Philippines and the Chester Bowles said, "That's what same way. His last day of sojourn

clothing drive of the past spring to Far East. UNRRA recently announced I happens when a building boom goes here in this world was along with
and to conduct that bust. other men whom he had worked
serve again the new every pound of the
undertaking. Simultaneoiuly, MrKaiser's clothing contributed by the American I I Authority has been received with for twenty years dolnp the ULMER EZELL

letter accepting the responsibility people just a few months ago I from Washington empowering re- work of making things grow and ,

was made public. will be In the handa of war.auffer-I I I glonal OPA officials to set cons shine for God.

Dan A. West, Director of the DI. era overseas before Christu.as. All ,,, h'unity dollar-and-cent ceiling i i These lines which he carried on lI le l-------- ----

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