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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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1 REMEMBER HARBOR PEARL ) .w.ltr (00 krtthnbrr N rID 11BVT' WAR STAMPS 8ATDTOS AND!






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Volume 28-Number 22 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1942 Price Five Cents

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DEMVND: : FOR FAT CATTLE Okeechobee Will Receive OWNERS OF SURPLUS NEWS ABOUT OUR
Christian Science County
\V\S: STR040T: SALES TIRES MUST TURN THEMIN : II

PENS HERE OX THCRSDIY BV SATURDAY NIGHT

War/ Relief Helps $21,829.26 Fr om Payment of MEN IN SERVICE
The demand for fat cattle was Owners of more than five tires 'I

strong at the stock sale held at must turn them In to the express
Many War VictimsThe the pens of the Dixie Cattlemen's Long Past D ue Railroad Taxes cilice on or before next Saturday Mr, and Mrs Warren King of

Association on Thursday November night, as that is the deadline. I East Okeerhobee received a telegram -
12. yesterday afternoon from the
-- Everyone must register their tiresas
193 head of cattle brought the Writing the final chapter on a crees could be worked up and the no one will be allowed more than I I Navy Department at Washington
Christian Science War Relief
.ners $6,326,64 while the qualityof distribution auditors five tires to the car and if you fall stating,that their son, Vernon Mar-
by
Committee of The First Churchof 'decade of hard fought lltlgaton, compiled
cattle sold was poor. you will not be able to get gas. celle King was missing, but did
Christ, Scientist, In Boston Due to Thanksgiving falling on State Comptroller J, M. Lee todayIn who have been busy day and right The local rationing board urges I not give any further details.

Mass,, whit was established In Thursday, November 26, the sale Tallahassee Is signing checks dls- for sixty days. Norman S, Elliott, everyone to turn in all of their excess Vernon enlisted In the navy In

September 1940, has recently re- for that date has been set up to trbutlng $813,926 to forty-two counties the new tax commissioner of the tires and register those they I April of this year and was assigned

leased Its second annual report. December 3rd; and sales will be through which the Seaboard Seaboard delivered the $831,517 expect to keep, thereby saving any to a fun crew attached to a mer-
This shows that It now has more geld during December on the 3rd, Railroad operates and another check covering delinquents dating trouble to the owners in the future chant ship and Mr. and,Mrs, King

than 1500 branch units active In 17th and 31st.Original. check for $37,591 for the State's back to 1926 to Comptroller Lee --V do not know whether he was In the
the United States besides
many --- -'v -- porton of the proceeds of the vie- The Seablard Is paying the entire Atlantic or Pacific, but It Is supposed
more In Great Brttlan, Canada 1 Pound Coffee
Atlantic toy won In the courts In the hardest amount due based upon decrees I that he was In the Atlantic
Australia and the Union of South
fought battle to collect delta' of the courts In which the State Vernon Marcelle King Is the first

Africa. quent taxes in the history of Flor- won not only the major point at Sold For I casualty among the many boys who
The committee has assembled Idea Proves Its u'u jurisprudence This Is the same Issue the method of assessment) $575 I have enlisted from. OkeeehobeeI

since Pearl Harbor over 66000 case that Attorney General Tom but nine out of every ten of the I County and we will wait with Interest -

}pounds of durable clothing and Watson Insisted the Comptroller minor points involving levies for Here Last Week any further news about him

bedding, In waterproof mothproof Worth In War compromse last spring with large questionable budgetary items-net- -v---- -

wooden cases, at convenient locations discounts to the railroad, but Com- ting Okeechobee County 21829.26, I Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming has

on the Atlantic and Pacific tiollei Lee iffuted and won his The victory of the Comptrolleraided Okeechobee County is again "over Technical
coasts ready for Instant use should Thirty-two years ago the founders lawsuit. by the counties who employed the top" with their November quotaof c| Camp Spar-
emergencies arise because of local of The Atlantic Cowpany believed Acceptance of the lower court's Keen & Allen, Tallahassee attorneys War Bonds and Stamps. Sales \ tanburg, S, C. He and Mrs. Ming

enemy action. that they had a good idea. decrees-without further appeal- to fight the Involved case on their .>o far for the month total 944000. I announce the arrival of an eight
More than 32,800 garments have Thirty-two years of serving the by the Seaboard followed the facts behalf, is especially notable, in thatit Our quota for November has been pound boy born October 16,
been distributed, through military South through this idea proved It. i caching President Legh R Powell will continue the present basisof definately set at 496100. This I S. .

dtstrbutlon centers to men In the to be sound and practical. Then of the railroad, as a result ofa assessment while had the railroad places us far over our quota and a Sergeant Jimmie Belk left last
United States forces A large British .:up the present war and the orig- crusade by Florida's country won, It would have cut their good start toward that 300 percent week for Utah after spending two

transport vessel which had arrived inal Atlantic idea is proving Its '..eeklv newspapers led by the St. taxes from a half to one-third for which we have bought each month | weeks here with his mother and

from tropical waters and was worth doubly In helping the Victory 11 ud Tribune and the .Avon Park all future time, with the exception of October. 1 family. Sergeant Belk was recentlyI

being repaired at Boston received Drive Sun to organize counties and State So the actual victory runs into Much credit for November sales I discharged from the army He was
100 overcoats for officers. Foldingcots What was this Idea which now departments to divert all freight mlllona of dollars over a perodof must be given to the theatre box placed in reserve and sent to Utah

have been given to overcrowded ,loves lo be of such vital value? ,.uslness to the Atlantic Coast Line years ahead benefiting every party held at the Gilbert Theatre where he will do blasting in the

seamen's clubs. Civilians arriving It was the sound practical plan ',mil the Seaboard paid Its taxes. county in the State, through which last week, Twenty packages were copper mines of that state
in the United States suffering the Atlantic Ice & Coal
rbind As President railroad .
soon as Powell came any runs auctioned at the show and Bond 1 1
because of war condltons or act- Company as It was known until to Florida and verified the fails Sxteen Florida East Coast coun- sales totaled 730000. The smallest
ion have been provided with clothIng when the short- Burnett Bartlett, who has been
ecently name was being stressed by the newspapers, ties will receive their checks total- amount any box sold for was $110
and other forms of relief. Awong ened The Atlantic The county supervisor for the Farm Security -
to
Company.
lie promptly overruled subordinatetax lug approximately $120,000 for with- and the high $750.
them are refugees from the Far plan was for the practical, econom officials of the road and ordered held delinquencies within the next Mrs. Vernon Reeves won first Administration here for the

East who landed In California: i al operation of a group of strateg- J 1.lent made as soon as final de- thirty days.FSA prize of $5, her donation selling for past year has been accepted for
and merchant seamen rescued from ically located Ice and cold storage the army and left Tuesday night
ships torpedoed along the Atlantic ,lants to serve the South $750. Mr Markham being the purchaser for Lake Worth, from which place

coast have been similarly cared for. In other parts of the country, filgeration and made it easy for Chas Hargraves won sec he went Wednesday morning to
them to buy the new equipment, SupervisorSays ond place $3 his donation of one
This work is carried on by the com- such groups had been formed and Camp Standing. He will go from
pound of Maxwell House coffee selling -
mittee without regard to creed or gave those sections the benefit ofevery Keeping Faith Camp Blanding to an officers train-
Always keeping faith with their for $575. The purchaser was
school
modern Improvement in the Farmers To big :
race.One friends neighbors and customers In Billie Hendry Third was won by S S S
of the most Impressive manufacture and distribution of ice
branches of the work from the to homes and to commercial users. 'ielr own chosen market, the At- Mrs. Burgess whose box sold for Mr and Mrs T. H. Nix receiveda
lantic ahead and Get Financial AidUpon $500, and was purchased by W, J.
start, before America entered the Here in the South, with more Company forged letter this week from their son
war, has \been the distribution of otuhs of warm weather the advantage new to be an Integral part of the i Bill) Hendry Robert who is in the Navy and sta-
clothing and comforts to bombed- of such a system was needed business and civic life of more Highlight of the evening was the tioned at Jacksonville, in which he
out people In Great Brltlan and to even more than in the northern and more cities and towns. returning from a conferenceheld ale of one pound of coffee Bids says that his platoon was recently
refugees from Holland Norway the With the repeal of prohibition in Lakeland with all Farm Sea starting very low soon jumped to awarded a radio and phonograph by
of
at t country
lie Atlantic looked of,.f3r>0...At that period.pprsnn&Ju .the the Admiral for theJ-be.oIt
Russia. Poland Belgium, and other The South, being largely a farting Company g.- city. Administration supervisor* t being
-4, .*. "EHropearr"couhtrles: Clothing has section, needed great cold stor- round and'"found that, -while other'sections South Florida, Mr Bartlett. Super- audience started donating addition'' drilled platoon in the camp. He

gone direct from Boston to Russia, age plants to take care of the crops of the country were pretty visor for Okeechobee, Glades>, Indian al articles to the lucky purchaser. states in his letter that he is get-
and knitted goods have been sent utsed here to tide them over the well supplied with breweries, tbe River and Martin Counties Three pounds of sugar was added ting along fine except his arm is

there from branches of the committee flooded market periods, and save the :South: had few of them. Still follow- "tnlined steps which are now being which brought the bid to $375. mighty sore from the shots he has
In England. One example Is the .cps for more profitable markets I'', the Idea of concentrating In the taken to carry out a six point war After that the bid grew with Mr. been taking
preparation within six weeks, of and save them for out-of-season Souhast and servng it well, the ime food program recently stated Boettger donating 10 pounds strain- t

1820 knitted garments for the Rus- use. The South needed a networkof Atlantic Company set up brewing Secretary of Agriculture ClaudeR jd honey, Mr Leo Greenburger a Albion W. Harden, son of Mr and

Mans. Overseas workers have won carefully placed Ice plants cap- operations in five strategic loca- WIckard, Chairman of the Na- $5 Stetson hat, and Mr. Markhamone Mrs. C. D. Harden, of DeBerry
Ions ,tonal Food Commit- case (241 Georgia peachES Gardens will leave for
the commendation and cooperationof aule of making he man., tons of Requirements Saturday
local authorities by their prompt ke needed to Ice railroad refrigerator Five Modern BreweriesTo lee Slvanus; Harding added a good fat the Marine Base at Quantico, Va,
arrival on the scene: of trouble. In cars en thei trips rushing serve their customers with A shift in emphasis Is now being hen If the sale reached $750. where he has been transferred to

cities heavily bombed, such as southern produce to northern and trewery fresh beer and to prevent made by the FSA from full time The pound of coffee with all the enter the ordnance school for a

Plymouth Coventry Bristol, and ...,ern markets long and costly hauling the breweries subsistence program to an increasein trimmings was finally purchased by special course. He has been on
Southampton they have got there were located at Norfolk. Va., production of vital truck crops Billy Hendry for $375. Billie will board ship for several months but
with food and clothing ready to go Serving Seven Southeastern States Charlotte, N.
to work even before the "all clear" Founders of the Atlantic Company Term.. Atlanta Ga. and Orlando. rods. all the additional prizes he is' his first visit home in more than

sounded, saw' the need, pondered on it, Fla, Thus the entire Atlantic territory Consideration now being given to accumulated with his one pound of two years.

The wide range of the distribution and then acted. They got togetherand could be served quickly and .Applications from small farmers who Maxwell House coffee.A S .
Indicated formed this Company They that Atlantic Ale food prize of $5 was offered for the Rennls will
Is In the annual report economically so ran make a contribution to Corporal Padgett
from the United Kingdom. planned carefully. They built soundly and Beer could be sold at the most production regardless of location of person bringing the largest amount leave tomorrow for Hattiesburg,

One worker reports that an Eng- Success crowned their efforts opular price. Careful brewing, with the farmer or Insufficient acreage of scrap metal to pay for admissionto Miss after spending a short fur'

lish physician "totally bombed", and they bought other well-located the highest quality ingredients with i
was fitted out with suitable professional plants. Planning, building and ever the best of skilled brewmasters and program, provided they are unable by little Buddy Waldron. Several and Mrs B. K. Padgett and family
clothing by the almoner A serving the seven SoutheasternStates fine equipment, made Atlantic beverages obtain financing through other thousand pounds of scrap were collected Corporal Padgett has recently been

Scottish centre states that Com- chosen as their market, the so good that they quicklywon agencies These vital crops are snap In this manner After the transferred to the air base at Hat-

mandos who at one time raided the Atlantic Company continued to their way into leadership in the !jeans, lima beans, tomatoes cab- auction Mr. Culbreth awarded all tiesburg but says he don't know
Norwegian islands were equipped grow. As the system grew, new entre Southeast and soon more age, English peas. the prizes from the stage. The where he may be sent after his re-

on the expedition from Boston and services were added to round out a Atlantic Ale and Beer were sold A ten percent Increase in produc- scrap metal collected he donatedto i turn to camp.

that the centre provided clothingfor complete and year round service down here than any other brand,, tion of chickens for meat has been the F. F. A. boys.A I
the refugees whom\ the Commandos In many of the cattle and hog Competition was heavy from called for, and small farmers who beautiful oil painting of Gen. I Three colored boys will leave today -
brought back. raising sections of the South, meat Eastern and Midwestern breweries have equipment and experience in MacArthur, which was painted by I for Camp Blanding for service
Christian curing in the cold storage plants. Mrs. Ross Holley was auctioned for I In the Those today
Throughout the entire vho shipped their surplus beer to handling poultry can be given some army. leaving
making helped farmers get a better price $125 and was purchased by Mr,
Science movement workers are this territory, for after the first assistance. are:
and collecting clothing of all fcr their meat and the public to rush when beer was legalzed it Since so many farmers have ob- Dalgenstano. All bidders received Shepherd Johnson

kinds and sending It to the depots, set a better meat for the price. The became quite plentiful. In the face tained off-the farm labor In recent Bonds and Stamps equivalent to the Joe Leach

where It is carefully Inspected, sort sale of coal had been added to o! all competition, Atlantic still months, it is very important that amount they bid In addition to the! RufuS Alexander
ed and packed in waterproof cases round out work of the delivery department held the lead. those remaning should utilize their prizes offered. I V

for shipment. One of the most rec In the winter when ice Plants at Capactjr available labor to produce to the Mrs. Pearce reports that War CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
sales were off the summer peak. Bond and Stamps sales at the
ent of the committee's activities has maximum the essential in
crops I SUBJECT FOR SUNDAY NOV. 22
Growing, and serving the Then came the war, with gasolineind schools Over $10
building good.
food are very
been the sendng of weekly order to hold producton up to the
packages to British prisoners of South In more and better ways led tire rationing, restrictions on level.Methods worth of stamps were purchased by !
.
present "SOUL AND BODY" is the
bottle deliveries, and labor
the Atlantc Company to a need caps the elementary school last week
war in Germany and Italy This In loans have
handling subject of the Lesson Sermon
for further expansion of their ter- shortages. Most other brands of This Is fine showing, and the
be done according to the Geneva a very
can been In order to
changed speed up which will be read in churches of
beer were wthdrawn to their home
rlorlty or a more concerted coverageof high 'school pupils will have tohul'TY
occasional
Convention. Only an -
action on applications. The office Christ, Scientist, throughout the
markets and left with
stuckto Atlantic was
little
the Southeast. They wisely to with the
package has gone astray. COrres- the Farm Adminstra- keep up '
of Security world on Sunday, November 22
the
job of, not only supplying their
their original idea of serving only
ponence| has "been started with tlon at Okeechobee which servicesthe
tots.The The lesson-sermon also Includes
regular customers, but of filling in
the
Southeastern states, forgetting Retail Section and theWomen's
and with their families -
prisoners counties mentioned above Is
many the from the
where other beers had pulled out. following passages
temptation of spreading out into Section of the War Savings -
in England, Some packages
accepting listings of farms for rent Christian Science textbook "Sci-
the idea With the ingrained spirit of servng
states. They stuck to forces to
other combining
Staff are
have been sent to cvllians in Occupied -
'from landlords in order to assist and Health with to theScriptures"
ence Key
the Southeast it deserved to be
as
of doing a jam-up job right here "Women At War Week".
France. It has not been possible promote
farmers who do not have sufficient Baker Eddy:
home. They followed the originalidea wtved.! Atlantic pitched in to de- scheduled for next week, by Mary
su This is
to reach prisoners!!! In the Far land
to expand their production i understood, Instead of
East of giving the South, and every he Job Plants ran to capacity. November 22-28. and I would like "Rightly
individual community served by All available storage space was program. and possessing a sentlnent material
the two all women's organizations
Figures presented for Those farmers who are In a position form has a sensationless body;
,
pressed Into service Men and man
storage : equipment -
best ce, cold -
Atlantc the to make this a
ending the first of October very church groups help
year period the worked to deliver at peak to make greater contributionto and God, the Soul of man and of
and coal service, Later Please all mem-
this Include over 1,600- tanner week urge
year the nation's food production program In
all existence perpetual
being
added performance. All the while AtlanticAle
tale Ice refrigerators was at least
of clothing and bedding ot bers of your group to buy
000 pounds but limited to financial -
are as
and Beer continued to be brew His own Individuality harmony
Isles than and the finest modern ice refrigerators one $18,75 bond this coming week
sent to the British more '[I should
Immediately
resources
to'. and Immortality, Imparts and
the ed carefully and aged slowly per-
to the on
were sold public Pearce ''Will be glad to help I
pounds to Russia, and more 1 I Mrs
8,700 rake application to Mr. Bartlett
their mellow best, but In greatlyjj petuates these qualities in man -
easiest of long terms. with Information
than 10,500 pounds to Finland, pre- Atlantic had learned that its pro' Increased quantities. ; Co, RR Supervisor, FSA, P. 0 Box your and organizations for this drive. Let'ssee through Mind, not matter (p, 280:
vious to that country's alliance ?48, Okeechobee, Fla., or call at the posters
of Atlantic met the test, supplied 25.30),
Axis duct, ice did the very finest job i I t which group of ladles will buy
the
with Its own and the former customers!I cffloe in the County Court House V
In
when used
foods \
refrigerating next week In Okee-
from Eng- the most bonds
The yearly shipment I other breweries. Atlantic again I I Okeechobee. Office hours 8:30: a, Watford of Jack-
alone properly designed and constructed loj)I j jI chobee County. Mrs. Dowling
land the Boston depot
from m. to 5.30: p, m, dally except Sat-
has the faith. chose, this: last and
refrigerators, Reseach proved ice kept They Remember 10 percent payday sonville arrived here week
4,000 and 5,000 every
has totaled each between containing about 200 refrigeration to be' the ,only kind I I as their 'warket, set themselves up]'urday 8:30: a, m, to 12:30: p m. will make her home here.with her

crates The loss In shipping has that would provide cold, moist and I I', to serve it, and have proved their!!ii i V W. R. Page, Chairman, parents, Mr, and Mrs. E, 0, Sel-
garments During the firstyear constantly washed air to preserve right to serve It. Great as was the[ Mrs, Frances Cohen of New York Okeechobee County War Savings lers Mr Watford recently enlistedin
-been negligible.committee's operationat focds without loss of weight or contamination I temptation to expand and sell beer' arrived here Monday and is spend- Committee the army and was sent to Camp
of the in Oreat from other food odors outside their own territory In the,: Isg ten days here with her brother V Blandlng where he is now located

least received 30.000 people clothing, food or Following their idea of service to days when there was beef to spare,] and slster-ln law Mr and Mrs. Leo Well may we feel wounded by our
Britlan :
the South, the Atlanta Companytold Atlantc is again glad that they heldto Oreenberger, afford Wise several daysof
other comforts, and about 240 were own faults; but we can hardly Howard spent
assisted financially. In addition to their customers about the new the original Idea of serving only V to be miserable for the faultsof last week In West Palm Beach

(Continued on Page Two) scientific.1 Improvements In home re- (Continued on Page! Two) BE WISE-ADVERTISE others.-,Mary.Baker Eddy, and. Miami attending to business


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TWO TUB OKECCQOBEl NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, IOU
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ATLANTIC IDEA A BLACKOUT FOROKEECIIOBEE ,
ORIGINAL

VA0. 6'ONOS &&AVJA* ftoNos \ fdldll Y4I"dr :, ;
(Continued from Page One) BLACKOUT has been orderedfor I II
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Published Every Friday by the I 'ii'
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the Southeast. Now It is not necessary all of Okeechobee County beginning TOPTHATIr V0\
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee 1e JJJfeTOP/ THAT v' :, 'tOI.JVlfJ.OJ
Florida for them to desert any cus- at twelve o'clock noon on I .
Okeechobee County, s
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tomers or any territory served before November 24 to twelve o'clock noon .U ltA'JWNHt.,

BRYANT BOWDEN ............. Editor the present emergency.The November 25, : I
entire Atlantic organization Is D. B. MCCARTHY Commanderv

Entered as second claw matter proving Its worth in the war effort. -- L"I: ; :':- ';: '"":"' "- ---; ;,"-' '' ,-; > ,., ,. :, ,: .. C. A ,:: ., ." ;JI I
July 1. 1914. at the Post Office In Ice for home use Is even more necessary LOST-Oreen Model combination '

Okeechobee, Florida, under the now that we must save and pen and pencil Schaffers. Rewardfor "

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. prthervc food q|.irefully to avoid Its return. Notify P O. Box HERE'S THE- TRAVEL PROBLEM
.. ( .
, ----- '" any waste. Ice for commercial use 703, Okeechobe.

RATE Is more necessary than ever beforeto -0- j

One year In advance ....... ...... $2.00 keep foods from spoiling or LOST Cow dog white with -

Six: months In advance ... ........ 1.00 shrinking while stored lor sale. brown spots. About two months old. ,' .
........ 75 1'.' :
Three months In advance The tremeodous' cold storage Marguerite Bass.

I plants of AtlaiSe: are bulging with -0-' mI
Advertising bills are payable on '
stores of food for the armed forces
Oil has
Major Company
the first of each month. Parties
and the public! Coal for the public! 4i :
unknown to publishers required to role with the most Modern Service r "I'I"
asumes (a more Important

pay In advance. I the shortage of other fuel. Even the Station in Okeechobeethat NORMAL PASSENGER EQUIPMENT I ,

Reading notices In local columns | brewing end of Atlantic Company they will lease rent

advertising 10 cents a line.furnished Rates on for applica-display glass serves of maim Ale or and Beer better provides since relaxation a. Free to the right party.1 MINUS FEE n4 n-JLIM:& ::: )

tion. Classified advertising 2 cents and enjoyment at the end of Good location on through
CARS
NEEDED TO
the work of all in these MOVE TROOPS
each word per Insertion. All Items stepped-up Highway just one block ;I

regarding enterprises conducted for trying times from main business sec- I
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng In every way the oiglnal\ idea of / -"Qa"ratr *a i
rates the Atlantc Company of doing a tion ideal for a truck Station -

- --- --- -- superb Job in every community it Other business permitted ,, LEAVES
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG I selves is proving its worth. As ever. along with the i = fl ,
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag AUantc has kept the faith. gas-

of the United States of America --- -, n v'IIRI4TI.tN--- oline and oil. A real op- FEWER CARSFORCIVILIAN USE f.:

and to the Republic for which It ( ;; ('IS'E portunity. The station is .
stands: One nation Indivisible (
with liberty and Justice for all." (Continued from page: 1) equipped with two full i-L :

- -- -- --- shipments from the four depots In tile rest rooms. Apply to

Political AnnouncementsFOR I the States-at Boston New York. Okeechobee News. Day in and day wt thousands of the nation's arm.d

.. Los Angeles and Portland Oregon forces must be moved swiftly, safely and comfortably by
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crates have gone forth from train. This constantly requires large quantities of railroad

CITY CLERKI Christian Science workers in Can- YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING passenger equipment. As a result less passenger equip
ada. Australia and South Africa. ment than formerly. is now available for civilian use That's

wish to announce that I am a In Great Brltian alone 300 almoners ORVULCANIZING the war-tun travel problem in a nutshell

candidate for reelection to the have been at work distributing re- ?

office of City Clerk In the city: election
lef.The 101 CAII UL open lor terviee men and
to be held on December 1. I total value of material in -Go to your local Rationing Board essential travel that must be

have served as your City Clerk J.;thing\ distributed is estimated at and secure a certificate. Then In order to avoid overcrowdaccommodated..

during the past two years and haveat 1533300. In addition to this money have your tires recapped by ing and make the best pouibUMM
all times tried to give the people gifts have been sent to China and Humphries at Fort Pierce a firm of available equipment Make your reservation and

of the City of Okeechobee efficient other needy countries, and three with eight years experience the buy your ticked well in ad
your cooperation in obHrring'CDC'
and faithful service and on motorized canteens have been sentto best of and of your departure dale.
equipment a reputa- these simple rulei It euentlaL
that record I will appreciate the England; they are located In' tion for square dealing who un- 3 Should your plans change.
vote and support of the voters at London, Sheffield and Rochester. ; hesitatingly stands behind every- | Unto your trip if very cancel reservation<<

the polls on December 1st The committee U ready to aid in thing they sell. urgent avoid traveling promptly, so that others elm

ALMA GROSS lellevng human sufferng caused by A large stock of all sizes rubber weekends on or Just before use the spa. {

--V war wherever it can; and it co '' now on hand and we can usually and alter holiday, when M Travel light-take only one '

FOR MAYORI operates with many other officially reap your tires same day they traini are likely to be most piece of baggage Into the

recognized relief agencies when are received. If you have a tire _ded. Leave theee dates ear with you. Cheek: the ret

wish to announce that I am a sudden needs arise, readily contributing or tractor tire with a cut or break
candidate for reelection to the office whatever of its supplies are to for I
bring us our inspection.
We ol the Florida East Coast Bairway deeply
of Mayor of the City of Okee- available. i Chances are we can vulcanize the'tire appreciate

chobee In the City Election to be V and make it give satisfactory FLORIDA I I due to the your war patience eflort trains and understanding happen to be when lat.,

held December 1st. If I am electedI THANKSGIVING: : NOVEMBER: 26 service. Don't throw your tire or. crowded or other minor Inconvenience W.

will continue to give the peopleof "THANKSGIVING" Is the' tube away until you have had us | EAST COAST I are doing our best to maintain normal standards occur. of
the City of Okeechobee the
same examine it.
comfort and convenience.
faithful service In the future as I subject of the Lesson Sermon We carry one of the largest new I

have In the past. which will be read In churches of''Iflll'Rnl tire stocks on the East coast. Callus .

H. H. RAULERSON. OF CHRIST SCIENTIST i when you need a tire quickly
--V Christ Scientist throughout the I' .
Large stock tractor tires and -" -- -- -- ----- -

FOR MEMBER: 'ITY COUNCILI United States on Thursday. Nobem-I i your tires to us by tUbes'lShip ":": : :..: :..: :..: : : :..:..: : K-: :..:..:": :..:..:..:..:":":':" :" :":" :" :":":" :":" :":" :" :".-.-' :":":"-:'':":":".".":":".:":':" :'-:'-:'-:'+':--1'-0: :'+++++
ber 26.The. if you want to save gasoline and :4 r,, ,
take this opportunity to annlunce lesson-sermon also Includesthe time. .., .

that I am a candidate for following; passages from the One of the largest stocks seat : ,.4* MJC +-
reelection] to the office Christian Science textbook "Sci-
of City covers on East coast. Every color :',.
Council In the election to be held ence and Health with Key to the'' fully bound with beautiful leather, ':' JC

December 1st. If I am elected I Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: installed free.Complete t:

shall continue to give the peopleof "Are we really grateful for the I stock of Prestolite! Bat- ','

Okeechobee my whole hearted stood already received? Then we teries. :::

efforts In trying to Improve the shall avail ourselves of the bless-i I ::
HUMPHRIES: TIRE &
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affairs of the city. ii"js' wi have and thus be fitted to I
RETREADING: CO. :'x:
W. receive Gratitude is Il1ore |
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V than a verbal! expression of i Phone 139 South Dixie Highway ;:'
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FOR MEMBER; CITY COUNCIL thanks. Action expresses more FT. FIERCE FLA. ','
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4 gratitude than speech" (p.3:22-26): I Iso ',,' OTIE !
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I wish to announce that I am a't -. -- -- I 1:
rut.I Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee i:
candidate for reelection as a mem- I Ikl'ITllllllIM. I'MlllltV. Kllll'l.l) ; I
ber of the City Council for the' NliVI-lllllIT 1). III{;. ,',
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City of Okeechobee In the city election inimitiiit ,In ",,'llnn| n, "f (ciiiiiitcr lv ti|. t
to be held December 1st. I of n.'lili, Ait* 1iT! h, .,,,'1II.: 'I''f

have served the people of this city (*hi-.11 ,.1t'HI'IIY1',! ',""' 'in .i>i'Im1 fnllowliia'.PP I'mint ilc- Friday & Saturday 4t: Ms's
during the past two years to the Klurliln., will hp l iiffiTPil "fur milt ill pulp, I 'f:. P 7.q '!I: ..if ..:.;.......; 'best llr niirvM' fur the lilitli.l 'null' h"| ''I I null 'f y
of my ability and If I am re- hlil. uliJM'r./ to thi" rlKht ir ih<> Trii-i"- WALTER BRENAN :t:
elected I will continue to serve you nf the Interim! liuprnti'im Fund to .
In the -'I! I am nod nil hi| |>. nt thp I'mirl WALTER HOUSTON 5:.
same manner In the future
llree.. nt III .t. \[, on the 'JJnit' ilnv ANNE BAXTER .
as I have In the past.S. "I Umwnhrr, I'.MJ. iiim>iiipni, fur rnnil; tt
R. RAIFSNIDER ,lulu' "|1',,MIV .'"II |M.| wl-li nil) ,l.v I Ii'iM"i In ::: BOTH THE REAL ESTATE: AND INTANGIBLE I
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FOR CITY COUNCILMAN: Lute 21). 21 and !:. Rik. d. "" .n'. SWAMP WATER ,:1 t, AND PERSONAL PROPE7TY' TAX ROLLS HAVE
$"II'I.I"n' of MV; i.f si, ;'.. of
:M'I. s,... n, TW-I.| :IT, KBP. :ace. Also 1 I
BEEN DELIVERED TO I \iY OFFICE AND 1942 TAX
I take this opportunity to announce l.t.t 0, Block 1IM. Clt.v of liki>pi ::1
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ROY ROGERS
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that I will be a candidate 'I'Itl'13'rt: ns OK TIIK: I.NTiiNAI, In ": PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE.
for reelection as a member of the IMIMIOVBMENT: I'I'NA (III- Tilt: "

City Council! for the next two years -T\1K: OK KKlltlli.VBy SUNSET ON THE :; J
Hoy It. HfniliTniiil. Agent Tt"i l"'H tI"ood : il"il"J 1
and If elected: ,, .
I will continue to I 1. fike 'hohr (''111,1" IMnrtiln'

serve the people of Okeechobee to ----------- DESERTLate 'i 1 TAX PAYMENTS WILL CARRY A 4 PERCENT ,

(lie very best of my ability TAX n.F.1t News :
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Law or IBM: :1I
J. M ROE. I 1 Xnlloe I I. ln-ri'lv Klvcii that Tnm ,.1 I::. DISCOUNT TO DECEMBER 18th, 1942, 3 PERCENT .
V I'Umi, luilili-r nf "I'HX Ortllli'iitiNo

.Fit :MEMBER ('J1'\' lOl'XCJL' 1H.>T l II. Nmiml) VI2S tin'him :Ilril filed ilnv miino nf ScptiMiihiTA. In III" )' nf. Sunday & Monday :. FOR PAYMENT TO JANUARY 1st, 1943, AND 2 ,::t: '

are. linn mnilp nppMrntlon for s Ta<

In announcing 10 the people of Acrd n, pinhrncpi hp IHHIKM' the thereon.following Said Ortlflrntp danrllu.il .. BETTE: DAVIS :'j'I j: PERCENT FOR PAYMENT TO FEBRUARY let, 1943, :. .

Okeechobee that I am a candidatefor |property, In the County of {
111..10,1.!,..,.. Slat', lOr Florida tn-wlf: ANNE SHERIDAN
reelection as member of the PERCENT DISCOUNT IN FEBRUARY 1943. PAYMENTS
a Lulu 1, 2 and' :x. Hlm-k t:. WrlKht MONTY WOLLY :: 1 ,
City Council I wish to say( that if 4, Nuns SnhillvUlon.

reelected to serve you for another Tip milil,nm'Kstnont Pertlflrite of luiued Mil property WHI In nnilnr the- In I :'; WILL BE NET IN MARCH, 1943, AND : .

two years I111 continue to give 'inuiii'' nf I'nknnn-n. THE MAN WHO CAME :
you my best efforts as a part of I'nlrse mid CorflncBte shall he .Kli'ni'il I UNPAID TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENT *
I "rr"rnnlf to ,law,, property At- TO DINNER I 1:1:.
your city government. I will appreciate -, irrllioil' thprpln shell h. sold to the y
your vote. i }Mi-liKt' hdlilpr At the Coiirth.iii door'ii with "":: APRIL 1st, 1943. :f
the first MnndRT Jn the month of ,
O. L. RAULERSON. "Acn'''','"'r. I'.llJ.hlrli\ It the 7th delI A t
"I' lutpiiilipr. JIMMY DURANTEAlso .
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| Dated, tills lilih ilnv of Octnlicr, 11)1.\ y
FOR :MEMBER: CITY COUNCIL ,|
I JOY! H. KAri.KRtO.N: :March of Time '.: BUSINESS LICENSES
I I Clerk C'lrpnlt COli riot : 1942 OCCUPATIONAL i
I hereby announce that I 1 Okppi'holip County, Florida !Merry !Melody :i
am a ,
:' ilrndl Court Son I) !: DUE LAST OCTOBER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO :;: .
candidate for reelection as a member Pathe News )
of the Council at the OHKKK FUR I'l III.ICATIOXlo t
City 3 f.
rnur, | Owen Kiixkln: WARRANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JANUARY -
election to be held on December
Ir iiiHiirlng| | 1.l .w'>rn dill of rumilnl Tuesday & Wednesday 1 r Y
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1st. I will appreciate your vote and < !I' Illiil) In tills I'nnrl irlip-c SUP ,:
support and if elected I will con ', "11111,10', Itsl, t
tlnue to serve you In the future as I'i I'oiulor, .'
I have done for the past two years. '1 I .ll"."ltnl, I'oriHinoiith. Vlrvlnln. tiI'fi'iiiliini VIVIEN LEIGH j. 'y,.
umi, 1 uliiivp tlif nito t>( Iwi-ntv- .
I, N. McMULLEN. I I' "".> ;sera : It |I. thcrcfnrp unlorpil' thnl III +
I In'" said nun r'-lili-nl( il"fi-iiiliint" Con ij BESSIE ALDERMAN ,I.
h_ _- lor ihti'ii Htmklii I,,' nod! hv I I. horohrrpiiilri'il GONE WITH THE ,
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Mrs. Clyde CWstop'jfer] left 1511111< Illi"! lit avid rii'in", nn or hp WINDwith
Tuesday for Phoenix Arizona. She funtlm' Itnlo I'n;>' I In ppinhpr" 1042. Tax Collector : t
MO| iim iM'liiu l i'i'inlipr 7th. .
will\ stop over at Tucson for sev- ollinrulup the nlli'iiiitliniii, uf Hiild 1 1)11' j "
eral days before going on to Phoe- ",lll li.. tnki-n HH ,.""r.t! liy ..1 tillIl'lHIIllllIlt OLIVIA DeHAVILAND i: OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA .r I

nix.: It In rllrll"r nrilercil Hint this order LESLIE HOWARD I I.," .' .
'n (mil (shed mire H vn-\t fur fourronmTiillvp r. .. .
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"pek* In thp Okpprhohpe 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. D. Harden ,. ; :
C. announce \ ii newNmter| |pobllahed 111 nMI'i'iiiiiy Admission Prices; I, ,
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the arrival of a ion born mill miitp MATINEE-
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I'nioil; thin 4rli day of Niiveinhpr.1U4J. .
at the Fort Pierce hospital! Novem- Children 17c; Adults! 40c I. ,. .., .'.
ber 11. Mrs. Harden and son will IIOV II, II. I'I tItSON. EVENING- ,.. < .[r t.
Clerk 'bruit ,'ollrt, +ii f1 "
return to their home here today. 20-4t\ By Hophronlu Vane, Jt. C. Children under 12 ITci: Adult 5Sc "8"eHC"fr +++-1- H I > >'I r I to-1 1. I II It t t i-H-HM"! ..... '

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1M2 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE

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I MRS LILLIAN TURNER Jay Robinson spent Monday and

MARRIED J. D, ELLIOTTAT Tuesday of this week In Miami attending

Purple and Gold News"FOR MOORE HAVEN. FLA. to business


Ten thousand of the greatest
Mrs. Lillian Turner of Lake
A I faults In our neighbors are of less
GREATER HIGH
OKEECHOBEE SCHOOL"
Placid and formerly of Moore
i consequence to us than one of the
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Haven was united In marriage Saturday -
____ smallest in ourselves.-Whately.
;I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 :i: evening with J, D Elliott V
4 ,, of Palmdale the ceremony being
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( I I: performed here by County JudgeJ Great men are very apt to have
STAFF FUTURE FARMER NEWS Friday the 13th. 1942 again. Saturday night between Charles M. Couse at his home great faults; and the faults appear
Editor In .
Chief .. .
Molly Bowden So long now Jo Ann Berka, Hargraves and "Henle" Walker I the greater by their contrast with
Assistant Editor......Sllvanus Harden don't I IHere's I I Mrs. Elliott lived for several years
Reporter know which was her date ] their excellencies, Charles Sim-
J Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall Jack Duke, Reporter I I Iin Moore Haven while working as -
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little
a advk| for : mons.
Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon The meeting which was to be held A, O. CLUB kids: you '|I a WPA supervisor and has mall/
Class Reporter .. June Cheshire last week was postponed until next All friends here to wish her happiness. V .
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Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur Tuesday due to the football game. who you young to I'I, Mr. Elliott an engineer for the At- What an absurd thing It w
Social Reporters: Harry P. Green The! boys are making plans for a The A. O Club hasn't had wuch May end try smoke. i I lantlc Coast Line, Is also well known pass over all the valuable parts ofa
berger, Phylls Cason big turkey shoot which Is to be publicity this year but we're stilla about to up choke. {I I here-Moore Haven Democrat man, and fix our attention on his

Miscellaneous Reporters and Typ held Thanksgiving. The public Is doing things 1, Mrs Elliott formerly lived here Inftrmltles-Addlson.
ists: Katheryn Sweatt Bertha invited to come out and win a fine You should just see what we have V for mane years before going to V
large turkey for one 25 cents We been a-dong around school We THETA BETA CLUB N E''' I I
I Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack Coker, I Moore Haven She Is the daughterof But, by all thy nature's weakness,
1 Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie expect to have a large crowd of keep the first aid room, we've Mr and Mrs A. J, Hendry of Hidden faults and follies known,
.! Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, OVeda you gentlemen out. We will let you painted the rest room we've been The meetng was called to order Lake Placid and Is a sister of Rep Be thou, In rebuking evil
Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- know when it is to be held later re-decorating the Home Economics by Sllvanus Hardin, president Jean I rewmtatlve W. J, Hendry. Conscious of thine own.
da Johnson, Martha Walker --v Department. Lee Raulerson gave the treasurer's 1 t>
Flor- ------- -- -- -Whittier.V .
rle Jordan Alvena Smith, Marion NOTICE Our officers for this year are: report Plans were completed for
Martin President Betty Jane Whidden I the turkey raffle which began Wednesday | Miss Francis Houchard home
f The "Purple and Gold" news- Vice President, Juanita Pearce. 1 November 18th. The turkey supervisor for Farm Security Ad- Private Robert C, Bass, son Of
paper staff plans to print a letterto Secretary, Betty Mae Thomas. will be given away Wednesday, No- i ministration returned here Sunday Mr and Mrs. Elmer Bass of Okee-
THE GATORS MEET after spending several days of lastI chobee in the
all Okeechobee High School Treasurer, Mldred Morgan vember 25th, in the school auditor- army stationed at
I students, who are now In some mil Reporter Frances Knight, ium. I week with her parents at Clearwater Camp Brecklnrldge, Ky Entered

The Oator Troop of the Girl itary service A copy of this paper We're true to the old saying, 1 "Porky" and Silvanus gave a report I muce in October 1942.

t Scouts met lest Thursday night in will be mailed to all the boys who "Still waters run deep" of the repairs \\'hlch"e planto II --------.-. --
the Girl Scout room The meeting have graduated or been enrolled In Don't forget us 'cause we're doing make at the Thomas Liquor I I
was called to order by Patrol Leader high school since 1940. things and you'll be hearing from Store which Is going to be used fora II I

: Peggy Chandler After a formal If you can supply us with the us from time to time, recreaton center for the school

opening, the minutes were read mailing address of any boy now in VTURKEY kids. t War (lIar'

and approved and the roll was service who graduated in 1940 or RAFFLE i We want to thank Mr. Swain for 1h.? .".lTw't ..
called.It since that time it will be appreciated I I the use of his building. We decided r Mo'\lJI\ nr1; !; .

was decided. that the dues for Please let us have it at The Theta Beta Club began the that the recreation center wouldbe I, ft- ........ *
this troop would be 10 centsa a your earliest convenience big turkey raffle Wednesday of this open on Monday nights from 7 t..n-

month A report was made of the -- --.--y-_____. ,''week. The Seniors as they helped p. m, to 9:30: ( p, m, and on Friday
sale of Christmas cards. The girls GIRL SCOUTS GO CAMPINGLast : with fuel oil and kerosene rationing and Saturday nights from 7 p. m,

are trying to make enough moneyto Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, ap- to 11 :30 p m. It will be chaperonedby HELP WANTED
get their troop registered with Friday the Parrot Troop of proached every customer asking teachers or someone from this
the National Girl Scouts. So If you Girl Scouts and Mrs. Ruby Han them to buy chances, The chancessell 1 community only I

haven't already gotten your Christ- cock and Miss Constance Finger 10 cents each or 3 for 25 cents, Oveda Boromel, June Cheshire, I FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its

mas cards, get them right away went on a camping trip With a If you haven't gotten your chances and Estelle Sandifer were appointed trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has
from the Girl Scouts They have bag and baggage we met at the -get them before 1 o'clock Wed to plan a party to be given Friday opened desirable' and important positions in this essen

some real bargains See one of the school house about 5 o'clock Friday nesday November 25, 1942 night after the football game I tial industry. This is a War of Transportation and
following and make your purchase: afternoon and loaded up on Clyde The Turkey Draw will be held at Martha Walker, Sylvia Snell and : Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup-

Lucille Johnson, Peggy Chandler Durrance's truck, and he very kind- the School Auditorium Wed. Nov. Marlon Martin were appointed to : pf"i.ig: vital transportation to all phases of the war effort

Wanda Prescott. Alice Hancock, ly transported us to "C" Hammock, 25th at 2:30: p. m. plan a Thanksgiving program which The opportunity is now open to YOU to join, this war

Idell Tomlinson Ada Jane Cason better known as Walker's pasture. The mrney we make on this tur will be given Wednesday the 25th. ei;..,. .<.. grei'p. ,
Virginia Lee Culbreth Reporter, "Thank you Clyde, for the lift" key raffle will be used to sponsor After the business meeting refreshments | \

Cleo Evans We took two pieces of stove wood the school recreation center and the were served by the ..f.{
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-- --v with us, so the first thing Miss fhool scrapbook for this year, hostess Miss Oveda Boromel, .../ FOR MEN .. ,;.. ... :
THE PARROTS MEET Finger had us do was to look for Give us your support by getting -- .. -- I ,' ..

"wood. Why we worked so hard that your chances now, from one of the BICYCLES i; ",, ''C3.\CH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good J
The regular meeting of the Par- In a half hour we had a supply of newspaper staff members. d. \lng experience (heavy equipment preferred),
rot troop of the Girl Scouts was wood to last us Until noon on Sat-1 I I VI 5 feet 7 inches, ISO pounds, minimum 8th grade .
held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clockIn turday. Next we cut palmettoes to |I I DOPEY DOIN'S We have a large stock of [ education (High School preferred). '

the Girl Scout room The meet- make our beds nice and soft. Then both the New Victory !
Ing was called t- order and opened we made four beds The bed-fel-' By I, Reely Holistic ; Stewards Garage Employees
with a thought for the day by Bar- lows were Susan, Jo An, Polly Gay: Hello friends whatcha know? Bicycles and regular modj j ''1

s bara Ann Moore, and the pledge of Ernestine. Mary Alberta, Wanda; Penty: I hope. I want to apologizefor els. Go to your local rationing and '
FOR MEN
allegiance to the flag, Carol, Nancy Barbara Ann; Mrs that terrible mistake in last board, secure a ]I WOMEN
A check up was made on the Hancock had a bed by herself, and week paper Jo Ann's not Gene's
certificate and will be
girls who had completed the second Miss Finger slept in luxury In a girl-friend, but McKinster's and we i ; Ticket Agents, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers, CalI'
class rank requirements. It sleeping bag, that Jack Elledge had the picture in the back of Gene's glad} to fill your need culators, Stenographers Typists, Clerks Janitors
was decided that the troop would let her borrow. She says to extend notebook is of Frances and Esther. and Cleaners.
ALSO BICYCLE REPAIRING,
meet at 4:30: Instead of 4 o'clock her thanks to you, Jack. Have you heard about Mary Rob-
- +t after this week. Jo Ann Berka, For supper we really had a feast inson's new beau? His name is PAINTING LARGE STOCK ll has always been our policy to give preference In emcbyment .
reporter'.. of hamburgers, potato chips, pork Earl Davis PARTS ; to men and women living along our routes

----v-- "nd beans pickles, apples and or- F .p.: tIme Haynes visits the lake, HUMPHRIESTIRE if you are interested, mail postcard or letter givin:
THIS IS GRATITUDEIt's anges. Mrs Reid, Mrs Wongreyand a Ittle wooing goes on between him name, address, age, sex, and indicate position you are
Miss Raiford came out and had and Gennle Pearl. Ice also has a & RETREADING East suited for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR FLORIDA

a great big "Thank you" to supper with us Not long after sup- crush on Frances, but he mon't admit COMPANYSouth 'OTOR LINES JACKSONVILLE FLA. An applica'on; ,
all the responses we've had to our per it began to get cool so we it.Last. o ,
call for help in finding a place to scouts got into bed and Miss Fin- week Frank Kelly dated Lillian Dixie Highway Phone 139 e,:J: position is open, arrangements will be made for" ...

establish what we want to call a ger read some thrilling detective ; Johnny Jenkins, Betty Sue; Ft. Pie peuonal) interview: and further consideration .
recreation center. stories to us. It was the first time and J, P. Parkerson, Mary Ellen, ;ce "
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We have finally decided to use any of us had been camping and Iris was with Harris at the how
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,the building which used to house the first time most of us had ever Wednesday night and with Ramon :J i.e4tsery \ I.rr .

the old Thomas Liquor Store Mr heard any thrilling detective stories Saturday. Which one does she like ..Ds .
Swain the owner has been kind except over the radio, It was quite better? Time will tell.
enough to let us have the building. exciting About 1030; Mr. and Mrs Some of the couples In the show 0 jtl b
We plan to remove the signs from Ernest Hunt came out to camp and last Saturday night were Laurens i wwi Lili +OR,. NESNVF {VIII. M01111'1x1

the outside, and to do some paint- brought us some cookies which we and Idell Alice and Don Stewart c;
Ing and quite a bit of cleaning up called our midnight feast, About and Margaret Upthegrove and Dan ?
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This will be a little expensive so every half hour Miss Finger would McLaughlin .. ,

we're hoping to get rich off our come arousd to each bed and tuck It's rumored that Sylvia Arnold .
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Turkey Raffle, Don't forget to us In and see if our feet were nice is planning on a big boat ride witha ---

make your donation now and buya and warm. About one o'clock she very nlce-lookng soldier from .- .
dozen or so chances on a 12 fixed the fire with some green oak Stuart.
pound) turkey. You might have a to burn the rest of the night and i Johnnie Pearce was seen horseback THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .

turkey for dinner and you'll be went to bed, but every once In a riding with Mildred Morgan
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lending a real helping hand not while some scout would call last Sunday afternoon. Don't worry

only to the Theta Beta Club, but "Teacher, my sock's off and my he hasn't forgotten Betty Mason \_ .
to Okeechobee as a community. foot's cold," or "Teacher. I want a He had a date with her last week ;
We'll especially appreciate any drink", or "Teacher, somebody's !' too j

donation of games Such as check- pulled the cover off me". So then Bill Hendry has become very cu
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ers dominos Caram Ping Pong he'd make her round again. friendly with Lucille Johnson, Mary t
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1 Chinese checkers: bingo etc. If About 7 o'clock we all woke up Virginia must have lost her tech' ,
you have any small tables that but Miss Finger made us stay in niiue. :
games of these sort can be used on, bed until she got up and built us We're glad to see that the marine.
and will lend them to us, that, too, a bigger fire and dried off some of Albion Harden has the situation
will be appreciated the dew, which was not cold, but well In hand as far as Sylvia SnellIs
I We plan to organize this center plenty chilly. Then we all tumbled concerned i
so that It will be well chaperoned, Cut of bed and for one hour Miss To pass time until Clara Ann gets \

whenever there are any young peo- Finger fried hot cakes to fill our ever the mumps Travis Douglashas
pie there We want It to be a place hungry desire. After breakfast we been Idatlng Eva Louise, I

where the young people of our com- took up our beds and sorta cleanedup thought Bobby Paige had first I,
munity will enjoy going and meet camp, and then we took turns choice on her. I've also heard that
their friends and a place you will blazing trails, and making hikes Jpe Howell has become very .

be proud to have your chid spend through the woods We played ball, friendly with her.I A..,.
his spare time read books and just enjoyed being can hardly believe It, but I've ,
Your cooperation in this matter lazy until noon time. Then we horn tnld that Betty Sue was taken I

will be greatly apprecated feasted on welners, pork and beans to the show by G. L. S, Esther'' li
and potato chips. Mrs. Louthan must be losing her S, A. I,
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CATFISH MEET ST. ANNS and Mrs Hunt came for us about They tell me that Virginia Park- j I ,
dinner time and had dinner withus erson was seen ,with Leroy Evans ;:
By Porky Droughon and then brought us back to Friday night How can that be possible + N/p
Friday night the Okeechobee Catfish town. ? She was with Joe Underhill ,
play St. Anns of West Palm We had such a wonderful time on and Harry Paul. ..
Beach In the last game of the year. this our first camping trip We Mike Barber has written to susan :;
The Cattish are favored over the thank Miss Finger and Mrs. Han' Hancock telling her to keep an eye J.W :
fit. Anns team after their win over cock from the bottow of our hearts on Ada Jane for him. ;
Belle Glade last week. St Anns was for takng us and we'd like ,to do Well, boys. Nancy Is a war wid \ ##, :I
beaten by Belle Glade 14-0. It again soon. Most of the girls are ow. Uncle Sam has called her hubby ,
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The Catfish running and passing ready now for their second class I i

attack was not up to par In the rank In scout work.If Zelda has had a big week. Her :
Belle Glade game but after a week's you don't believe it's fun to go Intended was here. He's a marine. .
practice the boys should be in very on an over night camping trip, try Lucky Gene (F.) to have Alice

good shape and they will show up It some time, and I'm sure you'll Weekly moving out by him, (If "Judge, I didn't realize till the other night and other things. I'd say it's mighty fortunate
letter against St. Anna than they have as wonderful a time as we Hudson doesn't beat him to her), when I ran across an article in the paper these distilleries are available to do the
job.
did against Belle Glade had. Of course, we got a few Kathryn doesn't like this very what a whale of a lot of industrial alcohol Otherwise if we still had prohibition the
Several of the boys received injuries scratches and a few redbugs, but much the government needs for the "
war.
government would have had to spend mil
in the Belle Glade game but we didn't have any mosquitoes or Sylvanus and Phlllls took an awful "I should it does. Chet.
say understand lions of dollars and lot
they will be all right for the game "et any poison ivy. It was Fridaythe long time to get back to school the distillers use up a of critical
Friday night. 13th but we think that's our when they went to Phlllls' to get beverage around the country are materials to build plants..to say nothing of
The team wll need a lot of sup lucky day, because we did have a something Tuesday morning. I producing about 240,000,000 gallons of indusall the time it would take. 11 might have been
trial alcohol this year for ammunition tires, just another case of 'too little late' "
:port Friday night and If everybodywill wonderful time. Have you heard about the bud- too .
come out and cheer for the Let me thank all the persons who ding romance between Clarence Arnold .
team they will play a better ball helped us have such a. wonderfultime and Louise Woodall?
C.yr..ItI,Jf4J, G.Ife/.1.1 A1iIUf II_...J.lwtrw. ,
same on the weekend of November, Eva Nelle was seen In the show m. N 1".*
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FOUR THE OKF.E JlOnEE NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1942
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HONOR ROLL OF'' Private J. Murl Dalgneau, son of Private William R. Vanbrunt, '' Private Jack Paige, son of Mr. Private Phillip Simmons, son ofj 1 Malcom O, Simmons, seaman second
Mr and Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau of Coast Artillery, stationed at Miami i and Mrs. S. C. Paige of Okeechobee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons of Ft. < class, son of Mrs Eugenia Simmons
Bassinger, stationed with Medical Beach, Florida Entered Army In i stationed with the United States 1 Drum, stationed with the United' of Okeechobee, is stationed at

MEN' IN SERVICEEDITOR'S Detachment at Fort Benning, Oa. July 1941. Army in Australia. Entered service States Army at Camp Livingston, 11 the U. S. Naval Air Station, Main'
Entered service in March 1941. o 1 In December 1941, Louisiana Entered the army in tenance t Division Miami, Florda
0 Plvate Wllford Sloan, son of Mr. July 1942 .

NOTE.-We are very Corporal Watson D'Agostlna, son i and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee Private First Class Lawrence i iCorporal Apprentice Seaman D. R Kil-
anxious to have the name and address of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of I{ 1 with Communication Regiment Olin Godwin, brother of Oliver Jessie D. Wilson son of patrick son of the late Mr and
of each boy from Okeechobee Okeechobee, in United States Army i i'United States Army Air Corps, Or. Godwin, Mrs. H. T. Scott, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee- Mrs. D. R. Kilpatrick of Basslnger,
County who Is In the service of his at Camp Stewart Oat Entered :lando Florida. Entered service In Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Light' chobee, stationed at Moore Field In the Coast Guard stationed at

country In order that this list may service in June 1942, 1 February 1942. sey, and Tom Godwin of Okeecho- Mission, Texas Entered service In Miami, Fie.? Entered service In September -
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be complete, If you have not already 1 bee. with field Artillery at Fort February 1942. 1942.
turned in the names of all Private Paul D'Agostlna, son of Quentin R. Sellers, son of Mr. Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service In I .

of your relatives who are in the I! Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostlna of and Mrs. E. O. Sellers of Okeecho I June, 1941. i Sergeant Julian Morrison, son of Private Redln R. Kilpatrick, son
Army Navy or Marines, please dose ,' Okeechobee. In United States Armyat bee, with Army Air Force stationedat Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee, of the late Mr and Mrs. D. R, Kil-
at once so that our list will be I| Camp Picket, Va. Entered Ser- Kessler Field, Miss Entered I Lloyd C. Llghtsey son of Mr. and I stationed at Fort Bennlng Oa. He patrick. of Bassinger, In the army
complete. vice in June 1942, I service in July 1942. I Mrs. Van Llghtsey of Okeechobee, enlisted In the United States Armyin Air Force stationed at Keesler
__ j 0 0 I o 0 stationed at Norfolk, Va., with the I the summer of 1940, Field, Miss. Entered service in
Sergeant Lawrence Arrington, j I Private First Class George Reich- R. L. Sander fur. :!roo, son of Mrs. United States Navy in the Signal I I October 1942
son of C. C. Arrington of Okeechobee ert son of Henry H. Reichert of Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, Corps. Entered the Navy In April Albert Smith, U. S. S. Kclauea .
In the Infantry with the United Okeechobee, stationed with the In- stationed at the Naval Air Station 1942. I somewhere on the Atlantic. Son of \ Eergeant Fulton L. Smith, son of
States Army stationed at Fort fantry at Fort Benning, Georgia. atiOpaloka, Fla. Enlisted In the sae Mr. and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of j l Mr. and Mrs L A. Smith of Bas-
Jackson S. C. Enlisted in Army In Entered the Army In March 1941. United States Navy In December Private Merrill Hardy, nephew of Okeechobee. Enlisted In the Navy :j singer, with the Army stationed at
January 1941 0 1940. Mrs. Chas. Hardy of East Okee- April 16, 1942. I Camp Roberts, California, Entered
Staff Sergeant Robert E. McLaughlin chobee, in United States Army, en- I j II service In 1937.

Corporal K. R. Anderson, son Jr., son of Mrs. R. E. Apprentice Seaman Howard tered service in. .February. 1942. Fred Smith, in Service School at I], .
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove McLaughlin of Okeechobee, stationed Drawdy, son of Mr and Mrs. C. E. I Norfolk, Virginia Son of Mr. and P. B Crews, grandson of Mrs.
Beach, Motor Transport Division with Medical Detachment, Letterman I Drawdy of Okeechobee, Naval Vernon M. King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee. Mary Whidden of Okeechobee stationed -
United States Marines, rationed Hospital, San Francisco, Training School, Chicago, 111. En- Mrs. W. J. King of East Okeecho- I Entered service April 16, 1942. at Camp Crowder, Missouri.
at Georgetown, British Oulena. California. Entered the United tered service in May 1942. bee, In Gun Crew aboard ship In :':! Entered the arwy in April 1942.
States in 1941. 0 the United States Navy. Entered I 'I' _
Enlisted In the Marine Corps In Army February j Private Pete Leitner, somewhere *
September 1937. i o 0 0 Sergeant Oscar B. McKee, son of service in March 1942 |I overseas with Infantry. Son of I|I Frederick Kohl Jr., with the
Ii I Corporal Earl W. Raiford, son of Mrs. H. C. Long of Okeechobee, 000 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Leltner of Okee- Army Air Forces stationed at Drew
Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city, with the Engineers Shore Regiment Sergeant Major Douglas Cassels chobee. Entered service January : Field Tampa Entered the army In
Anderson, son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson stationed with the United States somewhere In Great Brltlan He of Okeechobee, stationed with I 9, 1942. I August 1942
of Frostproof, and brotherof All,,)' Air Corps at Dale Mabry entered the service In September Headquarters Squadron 11th Re- o .

Alva Anderson of Upthegrove "leld, Tallahassee, Fla. Enlisted I 1940 placement Depot of General Mac- I Sergeant Huey Glenn Watford, Harold Jones, son of Mr. and
Beach, stationed with the United n December 1941. I 000 Arthur's forces in Australia Entered I' radio operator at Fort Bragg, North Mrs. Nathan Jones of Okeechobee
States Navy at Key West, Florida. I Alton R. McMullen, son of Mr. the Army In December 1941. Carolina. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I with the Coast Guard stationed at
Entered service in May 1943. Charles Raymond Harden, son of and Mrs. I. N. McMullen of Okee- I I T. Watford. Enlisted October 29, Savannah, Ga. Entered the service
'lie late Jesse F. Harden, of Okee- I' phobee, Chief Radio Operator with Corporal Albion F. Harden, son 1940. in July 1942.
Marvin Ervln Arrants, son of hobee, In the United States Navy I the United States Navy at Pensa- of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harden of ------.--
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Arrants of 'board the U. S. S. O'Bannon. He 1 cola. He entered the Navy in July OkeecWobee, with the Marines Private First Class Herman K. Ire were faultless we should not
West Palm Beach but former residents ntered the service in October 1930. aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyom- 'J ''Watford, radio operator, at Fort be so much annoyed by the defect
of Okeechobee, stationed with 1941 I Ii ing somewhere in the Atlantic. I i Benning Georgia Son of Mr. and of those with whom we associate
the United States Navy at New- j i 0 | Elburn Platt son of Mr. and Mrs.J. Entered service in June 1940. '| Mrs. W. T. Watford. Enlisted Fenelon..
port, R. I.Sergeant. j I Private C. E. Kilpatrick, son of C. Platt of this city, aboard the o 0 0 1 October 29, 1940. ---- -- -
he late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kll- U. S. S. Roseville somewhere on the I 000 Legal Advertisements

Jimmie Belk, son of patrick of Basslnger stationed with Pacific. Private James B. Smith, son of Sergeant John H. Walker, son
Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeechobee I''the Parachute Infantry at Fort Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho- I of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker,
in Artillery at Seattle, Wash. Entered Bragg, N, C. Entered service In'' Enoch Walker son of Mr. and bee with United States Marines ati I Jr., mechanic In ground screw IN VIVTH TIH: ( .MIIICMI.Rrt IT (01(11In1T HT or TIIF or:

service In December 1941. January 1942. II j Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, Paris Island, S. C., In Medical j''In the United States Army Air rininnt.IN \M inn oKtK-
I 1 i now serving with the Submarine Corps. Entered service in March Corps stationed somewhere in Aus- ( uonrY.n1YT1 IN (: IMMMli. Nil, sal I.
Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs. ', Thilmore Sloan son of Mr. and'J' Forces somewhere In the Pacific.He 1942 I|i tralla. Enlisted In Army in Oct .11 HIV II. WIUTSKTT.: I
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. in Coast j Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee, enlisted In the United States 00 I ober 1940. I'lllllilllT. ))

Artillery stationed at Camp DaVIS'I'!. v'lth the United States Navy at : Navy in May 1937 Corporal Robert Durwood Llghtsey I WM' I II111'\R WIII'I' I:1''I' t
N p. Enlisted in the I I Norfolk, Va., Entered service In o son of Mr and Mrs, R. T. Monroe Rogers son of Mr. and I lii-fi'iidniit, )

January 1942. j I j I April 1942. I II Private Woodrow Walker, youngest Lightsey of Okeechobee, with the : Mrs. J. R Rogers of Okeechobee.1stationed TIn: T.\TK OIIIIKK+, IK TO FI.OIUIIA M'I'KVU: TO
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i son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Army Tank Division somewhere In with the United States WILLOW f WI1ITSETT.
I I.11 .lib' Slfppt. X. K
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Vernon L. Burke, son of Mr. and Private Cecil Johnson foremen of Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee, now Great Brltlan Entered service In Army In Texas. Entered service in ATIAVTA. rjrouc.iA
Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, Parker Brothers ranch before en- nerving at the Induction Station at April 1941 'July 1942. IT it IIFHlmOllrorr.FJ: ) tin-,
; tering service with Tech School j ton ur.. "" |1111".1 to apiwir, ,"
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Seaman
Second Class at Naval Air j 1 I Camp Blanding, Starke, Fla. En- I'.'inliiT' 7th. JOI .', hi'fnrp HIP ahovcritllliMl
Station, Jacksonville. Entered serI Squadron at Lowry Field Colo. tered the United States Army In Lieut. Wilda Llghtsey, daughter I Private Henry Prescott, son of Court tn tlip Rill nf. ComI'lnlnl ,
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vice In summer of 1941. Entered service In May 1942. May 1942. of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Lightsey Mrs Martha Prescott of Bassinger, In fur the dlvorri'I mod hpri'ln nitnlnat.von
I nhovp nntltliMl paiiMP. and
'I formerly of this city but now residents I I stationed with Infantry at Fort lhi Okwrhnlinp" Ni>wN IN, ln'ri'li> ih"*
Matthew Private Theodore Sloan, son of' of Lakeland United States Sill I lirnntpd n. HIP nownpniipr' In whin
Leroy Bass, colored, son Private Robert C. White, son of i Oklahoma. Entered service in .
tillOrdpr hull IIP imlillshPd
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of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee-i I Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. White of Okee- Army nurse stationed In Australia. April 1942. "'n'h wpf>k for four roiHiiM'ntlvp' work
chobee, with the United States I' Okeechobee, with the United States I chobee, stationed with the United I 0 0 I otliiTM-Np, the, Itlll' of Coniiilnlnt will''
!I.' t-ilpii ,IK 'nl'h'ooI hy
Army In Australia. He entered the i j Army Air Corps at Denver, Colo- States Army in California. He Private Curtis R. Johnson, son of Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. WIT-VEXi: in1 hniiil mid you., m'nl ,'
Army In May 1941. rado. Entered service in October' entered the Army in March 1942, !Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okeechobee i Potter of Okeechobee, aboard the "fllrp this HIP "ith ilny of Xnvi'inliIIMi '

I 11941.' i; 00. stationed with the Army at U. S. Battleship Washington Enlisted !'IMIV II HAM 1 ERSOV.
Wayne O. Burke, son of Mr. and ]i John Reichert, son of Henry H. Camp Gordon, Georgia Entered : in November 1941. Cli'rk' nf HIP Above ConriMy .
I Mrs. J. W Burke of Okeechobee Private Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. '' Reichert of Okeechobee, stationed service In June 1941. 0 Circuit Snphronln Court Si-nl IVniP, D. T
Apprentice Seaman in the United Claudlo Sutton of Okeechobee, sta- '| with the Coast Guard in Maryland. 000 I Lawrence Sellers son of Mr. and Ari-lilo H. llnrrl.
States Navy at Norfolk, Virginia. tloned with the United States Army Entered the service in June 1942 Private William R. Johnson, son ,I Mrs. E. G. Sellers of Okeechobee, Attorney fur pliilntlir. 20 41
Entered somewhere in the Pacific. He en- of Mrs J. Johnson I ---
service In May 1942. Nancy of Okee- aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. Entered 1'11110.1Tln'i
o listed In the Army in March 1941, Staff Sergeant Jake Reichert, son chobee, located with the Army at'1' service in June 1941. WI1EHF.AS, uniliT and by vlrtiir .f

Captain! Ward Baggott, son of I i I of Henry H. Reichert of Okeecho- Fort McClelland, Alabama. Entered I|i (flip'1'" provision of niti'pcholipp.* nf HIP Florliln(Chnrti\ It of is th.Ih.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of Private John Beacham Raulerson .bee. stationed with the United service In July 1942. Private Ernest E. Ralford son of i rttiM of the Miivnr: In nriirlnlm' nulrhI1 '
son of Mr. and Mrs T. J. '" Oni'ml I CltEliflliMii I : nt tli.
Panama City, Florida, but former I States Marines somewhere in the Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city limp nod In th,' mnnniT' nriivldi'il\ M
residents of Okeephobee, In Army Raulerson of Okeechobee, with Pacific. Entered the service in Corporal Wilbur Lanler, son of stationed with the 14th Repair oetd'It 1 }' flinrtpr."
Air Corps. Entered service In sum Army Parachute Division stationedat 1931. I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of East | Squadron. United States Army I SOW THKHEKOHE. I. II .II.
I I llmiti'Miui. Mayor of HIP fltv of Oki.Hi.ilipp. ,
mer of 1940 Fort Benning, Ga Entered service 000 Okeechobee, In Armored Force, Air Corps, Duncan Field San Antonio I Klorliln." ; itii hwhjr 1'IXn'T.AIM
In January 1942. i! First Class Machinist Eugene M. ;I Tank Division, stationed at Fort I Texas. Enlisted December '' 1'11'V and liKI'TAKK.: Hint. n IIK.VEKA1: ,.
t'f.".I'1't'tjlV..- .. I.,,- Ihr I .'.
Private First Class Earl Bond, I 0 SO ; Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese i Knox, Kentucky.. Enlisted in June, 1941. I H"il I iVrfnri "f the ''11"' nf Cklmrhoh,-.
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of I I Private First Class Elliott Lot Upthegrove of Utopia, stationedI I 1941. 'F'.rlli., ,I.,, hold nl Hi., City' llnll limi
I hi Cln ilni'liit' ti,,, rpi'iilnr' hniir of
Okeechobee, In Field Artillery, now j son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lott of I with the United States Coast Guard I I Private Elzle Godwin son of W...1| rvl,lov. tn wit ham" H nil nYliK'U. A
on maneuvers in South Carolina 'St. Augustine, in Coast Artillery i at Mobile, Alabama Entered the i Private Clarence Lanler, son of E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, M. until SiiMilown on Tm'xiliv. PPI, cm
Entered service In August 1940. somewhere in the Atlantic war service in September 1939. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier, of East : with the Infantry stationed at'I ''hr LIT follnwlni 1. nil'.1 for offli'prn thi' inirpiinof to wrfp nt pit-Hint nii'h
o zone. Entered service in October 0 Okeechobee, now in General Hos I Camp Pickett, Va. Entered service fur the two ypnrii hi'irltuilnif on thp
J. P. Brooks Mr. 1941. Staff Charleston South Carolina. in June 1942 first Mitutlnr |In .Tannnry D. 1B4.1
grandson of Sergeant Ralph Ming, son I pital, I fluid until thPlr .npci>n>ior. low hpmi
andMrs. J. F. Bond of.Okeechobee, S SO of Mrs. Ida Ming of Okeechobee,, I duly clwto.l. nnil qmillfl.'il
in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va. Private James Clark Hancock, In'I stationed at Camp Croft Spartens- Private James Johnson colored, I Private Julian Hodges, son of 2 1. City Mayor Clerk
Entered service in July 1942. j United States Army Air Corps ati berg, S. C. He entered the Army son of Sam Johnson and wife of I I Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian :i Flvp" Clt\ CnimcllmiMi
i Keebler Field, Miss. Entered service July 1940. Okeechobee, with Army Military I town, United States Army Engineers IR'l1'NESS WIIEKWiK: I hnvheronntn
I net mv hnml ftI Mayor of th
Candidate Henry T. Bass, son of In July 1942. I 0 00 Police stationed at Edgewood, Md. Fort Belvolr, Va., Entered service City nf Okpprhnhi'p. Florliln" nn.lonusnil
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bass of Okee I 1 Private Robert Ming son of Mrs. Entered Army ,ln April 1942. I In April 1942, the porhointp npiil nf skid i-ln
I" I In. hprprn nrtlxpil. and HIP nine RI(
chobee, stationed with the officers 11 Hospital Apprentice First Claw i Ida Ming of Okeechobee, now stationed 000 I te.tol by the City Clerk this {Hit Itn'
training school at Fort Bennlng Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr. and with the Infantry In Los Private First Class Claude V. Sergeant Carl Stella son of Mr of OrliiliiT.' A. II. KH2! ,
Georgia. Entered army In April I Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, I Angeles, California. He entered the Gardner, son of Mrs. Z. E. Harmonof and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okeechobee II.Mayor 11 I KAri.F.llSOV of HIP City, of
1942. I Medical Corps, United States Naval Army in February 1942. Okeechobee, In United States I United States Army Air Corps,, Okepi-hohpp, Florlilii"
I I Air Station. Jacksonville, Fla, En- i 0 0 Army Medical Corps at Fort Ben- Geiger Field Spokane Wash. En- I ATTEST ICIM of :Okppplinlipp ALMA OROXX Snal), City Clprk

Fred Borome, son of Mr. and tered the Navy In June 1941. Jimmie Finger, son of Mr. and ning, Georgia. Entered service in listed in Army in January 1942. I S'ITI" I IIN
Mrs. R. Borome, Sound Operator i Mrs. G. C. Finger of Fort Myers, March 19 41. 000
Third Class Now stationed at I| Private First Class Howard Ren- I but former residents of Okeechobee. H. H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of NINTH TIIK rinniT.MDHMI.romr CIHCHT OF Tilt OF

Brooklyn. New York, on a new nls Padgett, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Stationed with United States Navyat Private Rodothy Howard, colored, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of Tilt ST \TK OK FI. \ INANII
minesweeper and sub chaser En- B. K. Padgett of Okeechobee, stationed Norfolk, Va. son of Bell Collier of Okeechobee Fort Pierce but former residents of I I I.OHIIIIN FOR OKF.FrilOIIFi CIMNTFRYx'K : COl'NTV.
listed in the Navy in May 1942. with the Signal Corps of In Army stationed at Shwachnea, I Okeechobee, with the United States .| \Hn I. HOLLAND. )
I the United States Army at Key Private First Class R. B. Jerrell, Ariz. Entered service In May 1942. I Air Corps, Foster Field, Texas. En- OOVE11XOH' .FIOHIDA.OP THE. M.STATE LEE I IOK )
Private James W Conerly, son of Field, Merrldian, Miss. Entered I son of Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okee- 00 tered service In August 1941. COMPTROLLER OF SAID f
Mrs. J. W. Conerly, Miami, formerly service in January 1942. chobee, stationed with pursuit Sergeant Billie Stratton, son of STATE .T. F.1'I'oT.A: HROS. I .
TIIF.\RI'IIF.H OK SAID (
of Okeechobee, stationed with I' Group at Murac Bombing Field at Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stratton of Utopia C. A. Mathews, grandson of Mr. STATE T TOM \\'. Ti'lOS. >
the United States Army in Iceland. Oranvllle N. Wilson, son of Mr I Murac, California. Entered service with United States Army In and Mrs. J. F Bond of Okeechobee, ATTOHNKY GENERAL OF I
He entered service in August 1941. and Mrs. E. J Wilson of In February 1942. India. Entered service In October In the U. S. Navy. Entered service MAYO SUM r STATE COMMISSIONER and NATHAN OF >(
1 0 bee, Seaman second class OkeechO-I o 1941. in July 1941. AiiRicri.TrRB OF SAID )

Private First Class LeRoy Chandler : States Navy aboard U. S. S. North Private Rufus O. Jerrell, son of I I 000Private the"TATE.TRTSTEES n. sod or ponntlhitlng THE INTKRNAL )(
son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Carolina Entered service In December Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, Monroe Hobbs, son of Mr. and Herman Henry Holliday, IMPROVEMENT' (
Chandler of Bassinger, stationed 1941. with Field Artillery at Camp Chat- Mrs. A. J. Hobbs of Okeechobee, colored, United States Army Hos- FLORIDA FfXD OF TilE STATE OF )(
with the Medical Corps at Camp fee, Arkansas. Entered service In stationed with the CoAst Artilleryon pital Corps, stationed at Camp I'lnlntlfla. )

Murphy, Hobe Sound, Fla. Entered I Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson March 1942.Private the Pacific Coast Entered service BlandIng. Entered service in Aug- ..rIt "F.SF.STI- s.- )f
service In January 1942. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wil- 0 in March 1941. ust, 1942. ALICE DEVAXE. its wlf. (
son of Okeechobee, United States Norris L. Jerrell, son of 000 Di'fpndant No )
Pharmacist Mate 3rd class R. p, Marine Corps stationed somewherein Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee Private Walter Nix Gray, Jr., son Private Bill Humphrey, son of NOTICE OF Coo M \ .TF.RSe nn MILE
Coleman son of Dr. and Mrs. T. the Pacific. Enlisted more than with the Medical Detachment sta- of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Gray Sr. Mrs Dora Humphrey of Okeechobee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmtn
T. Coleman, United States Naval two years ago. tioned at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia of Okeechobee, with the Technical with Medical Detachment at ml, IT divrpe and by hprptoforp' vlrtnn of entered that In rertnlnflhnl thlarnimp
Hospital, Brooklyn, N. y Entered 000 Entered service in January 1941 Training School of the Army Air I Camp Rucker, Ala. Entered the thi tiniliTMlgnod ."..'Int tnaatpr
service In June 1942. Private Jack Hendry, son of Mr. 0 Force, Port Field, Gulfport, Miss Army In June 1942. will on ,thp hptwppn Tth day thp of lognl DPTPIH hours her, of A.unto D.I .
S SO and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake Private Matthew Wonrey, son of Entered service August 20, 1942. t 1ut2. ,lii'forp thp onthprn front doorof
Private James Cousart thp ro 11 n poiirthoiiMp" at OkoprhoI1
V. son of John
Placid, and brother of Representative Wongrey of Okeechobee, In Boatswain's Mate Second Class I\ I ""iFlorldn.,' offpr for onto And loll to
the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs Bill Hendry of Okeechobee, In the United States Army Gunnery. Private Lester W. Hilllaid, son Harold W. Wilkerson son of Mr. the hlghpat and hi-af header for cash
Marlon V. Cousart, of Okeechobee, the Air Corps at Denver, Colorado. School at Panama City, Fla. of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Milliard of and Mrs. R. H. Singletary of Ok- ( I'titi'il thi folliiwliig and 0"' """ilrsi'rllipd' In Okperhohee, rrnpcrtv Cotin-lo
stationed with Medical Corps at Entered service July 1, 1942. 000 Okeechobee, with Medical Detach- eechobee, aboard the U. S. Battle- t. Florldn :
Camp McCoy, Miss. Enlisted In the 0 Funnel From the Hnni'oi'lt mpardor ror-
Sergeant Hargraves, son ment at Drew Field, Tampa, Fla. Nevada stationed somewhere
ship 'I npr on Enat linn of Pardon' S.
Army In April.1942.. 0 Private Paul Wongrey, son of of County Supervisor of Registration Entered the army In August 1942 In the Pacific. Entered the United TowhBlilp ..T South. Rnniri :.1.1: East,
Okeechobee, with and Mrs. Hargraves of this on South aide, nf lrT.hlluo Point
John of
Corporal David Cassel Wongrey States Navy in April 1937.
W Jr., run \Vi'it on and along Hanrorkinpiinilpr
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel Technical School of United States city United States Army Air Private David Lee Raulerson, son 00 I I line mill' feet to point of
Okeechobee Army Air Corps at Kessler Field, Corps, Spence Field, Moultrie, Oa. of Mrs. Milledge Raulerson of Jieirlniilnir. Thence North 0 dpgm. .
erf stationed with the 10' West .*.1.1 t..t.V..t
In Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted Okeechobee. Stationed the Corporal Ottls L. Pippen former
Miss Entered service April with '
United States Army Air Corps at !tm: font South A dpgrcpi II) East
1942. to rank: of sergeant July 1st. United States Army, Camp Robinson school teacher In Okeechobee High !IV1S.1t..t to Hanrork mi>andi>r
Savannah, Qa. Enlisted from Okee- e 000 Arkansas. Entered servicein School Is now attending the Quar- line; Thi-npp aouth 81 ili'irppg 00'
chobee County in September, 1940. Ennt. 8OS2 hot Rant S3.? feet. tn
o Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrick, Wilson Pearce, seaman second July 1941. termaster School, Camp Lee, Va. point of hpglnnlng. Containing 4H2

Private Roy Delmar Conerly, son '' son of Mr. and Mrs R. E. Ham- class, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 000 000 oars tiptoe Inure In Spctlon or less R, All Township lying and M
of Mrs., J. W. Conerly, Miami, formerly rick of Okeechobee, stationed with Pearce. of Okeechobee, in Group S Private Smiley Waldron, son of South Rang S3 Bout County ofukr'ilulsr
of Okeechobee, stationed at 'the United States Army Air Corps of Service Schools, United States Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of Ray V Simmons, seaman second- State of FloridaKnld '
class, son of Mrs. Eugenia Sim- prnpprty wl1b.* atild In no-
Camp Welters, Texas He enteredthe ''at Bradley Field Windsor.Locks, Naval Training Station, Norfolk.Virginia. Okeechobee, with the Infantry stationed pnrdanc with the terms of laid final
United States Army ,In March Connecticut. Entered service. In December Entered service In April at Camp PIckett, Va. Enter mons of Okeechobee, is now stationed I, dpprpp. and to satisfy the terms of the
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in Jacksonville with the 1:7: laid flail decree
1942. : 1M1. 1943. ed service In June 1943. S. Navy Air Corps T. W, CONSUL Jr.,
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