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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: June 18, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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. Volume 111 -28=Number 62 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 18, 1943 Price Five Cents .

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News Of Our W. T SMITH: CELEBRATED Di. ai.ttira.K..H.tt.y.H.it K REV. IIO\VELL RETURNEDAS
Boys I illS SIXTY FOURTH BIRT- : METHODIST PASTOR : Markham Brothers

D.\Y WEDNESDAY./ ; E 16 I
THE MAN IN THE GLASS
FOR ANOTHER YEARS.
In Various > :( Had
CampsAt
I1 I I W. T. Smith, colored better ;; By Dixie Mason Large ,Payroll
| known in Okeechobee asUncle R. Ralfsnlder and Rev.

Home & Abroad I' Bud' celebrated his sixty ,fourth u:{ When you get what you want, Howell returned to their homes I Here This Season

|I birthday Wednesday with a birth- S In your struggle for self rc here Sunday afternoon from Lakeland -
day dinner at his home on the W. ,
We received I! And the world makes for where they went to attend the -
a letter King
this week: J. Hendry place on Parrot Avenue you a day, [i
from PFC Pete Leitner who is stationed south Mr. i'' Then a annual meeting of the Methodist The dry, hot weather, during
just of town Hendry, go to the mirror and look at yourself j
,
Confel'encehJch in sessionin
with the was May and June
army somewherein I the Singletary's and several other threw monkeywrenchl"8
jj And see what that guys' got to | <'that city last week.
the Pacific say
In j
which
says he is i of his friends were on hand for In the machinery of
getting along fine ,but that he longsto i', I the occasion, Rev. Howell was again assigned Markham
For it isn't father mother Bros. & Co.,
|i > canners of
or
be back home with his father 1! Each year he invites a numebr your to Okeechobee as the pastor of the

and mother and the rest of theeople 1 '; of his white friends to participate : y Or sister or brother, or sweetheart or wife, ]i. Methodist church for another year. Strlngbeans and Tomatoes. Although

of Okeechobee. The letter' ( with him on his anniversary. '* Whose judgement upon you must pass ; | I __ y. the tomato crop was cut

was sent V-Mail.. I --V- __ I 2 The fellow whose verdict counts most in your \ Dr. A. OBannon severly, due to weather conditions,
I v I the Markham! boys, with the helpof
II
Private Edwin Walker arrived New Forms Being M life' the local

home fourteen this week and Is spending Is staring straight back from the glass. i Died Sunday NiteI I with an exceedingly people came nice pack through of
days here with his wife Strlngbeans.
and father and Mailed Fuel Oil He is the fellow I I
mother, Mr. and '1:1 to please, I We realize many of the local

Mrs. Hulon Walker. Edwin Is now Never mind all the rest, x I I Albert O'Bannon died at his people are not familiar with the

Mrs.stationed Walker at Camp returned Wallace.to her Texas.home I Fuel oil consumers In Okeechobee 'Cause he is with you, ':I i home here Sunday night at 10:55: canning of food in large volumes

began receiving this week a I from a stroke of apoplexy Dr. Therefore, we are giving you a
here last Wednesday night after i stl.eam-I) Clear to the end
:; few
lined form on which to make appllI j | O'Bannon had lived in Okeechobee of the facts and figures concerning -
spending I (
some time In Texas with
him. cations for next winter's supply to I! And you have served your most dangerous, : I for the past two years moving here the canning operations of

I their loom price and rationing' I (difficult task, )C Ci from LaBelle where board. I a:.i his home) for several years. Funeral ,better idea of what's going on
Malcolm Simmons spent Satur- ,i If the guy in the glass is your friend
day and Sunday in Okeechobee, The simple form, designed by the i : services were conducted for him down In this end of town.

with his moUner Mrs.: Eugenia office of Prlfte Administration | Now you may be like Jack Horner ; Monday afternoon at 1 p. m. at the Since the canning season started
Nazarene church in LaBelle, with last October,
have
especially for those ocupying the they can-
Simmons. He left Sunday after i j I And chisel
i same premises as last year was a plum, his nephew, Rev. Floyd O'Bannon ned 242000 cases of Strlngbeans.
noon to return to the Naval Train-
Ing Station at Miami where he Is i being mailed by the local ,board I And think you are a wonderful guy, I of Lake Worth officiating Inter- To can this number of cases, it required -

stationed. with the request that applications But the guy in the glass I I ment was in Fort Myers cemetery.Dr. approximately 235,000

be made out and mailed back to I tt Says you are only a bum O'Bannon moved to Okeechobee bushels of fresh Strlngbeans, which<

Sollie Ellis ailved home at the boards as soon as possible. about two years ago and en- were purchased from Farmers In
I If can't look him in the ''
week and Is spending a two weeks When forms are received and you straight eye. gaged In the practice of medicine. Oleehobee, Lake Placid, and the
filled out for J He was a native of Mo. He estab- Belle Glade section at a cost of
furlough in Okeechobee and with properly coupons I ?I \
You cheat the whole world "
mailed to can | fished $304,500.00. Due to the extreme hot
his parents at Fort Pierce next winter's use will be j the Nazarene church at La-
*" the househoulder within a short I. Down the pathway of years, Belle before moving from that cityland !, dry weather, the Tomato pack was

Capt. C. M. Williams left Wednesday lime in order to permit them to I And get pats on your back as you pass, II I I relatives said that during the cut considerably which consistedof

for Fort Worth Texas aft- :ill their fuel tanks during the Bur final reward I years he practiced medicine he had I 18 250 cases. The yield on tomatoes -
i summer. ah your j e&taUUshed I thirteen other Naza- this year was very poor, and
er spending two weeks here with I
Will only be heartaches and tears f fIf I took approximately 20,000 bushelsof
his parents. Prof. and Mrs C. M. The OPA pointed out that dealers | rene churches in various communi-
Williams. He is being signed to can give their customers better you have cheated the guy in the glass. | ;| ties he had lived in. tomatoes to can this number of

duty In the United States after service If they can deliver during ; Survlvrrs are obIs widow: Mrs cases. The Tomatoes were pur-

spending a year in North Africa. I the summer which will also help II 1111 K ff81 V ( M Wit JTiflUTH R xx X* KSXffKtfinnfTOlWffinOfirXfflOnrffRTjNew : !,, I Clarinda O'Bannon of Okeechobee; Pierce chased from farmers near Ft.
at a cost of $14.00000. The
and truck
them solve manpower
I two sons. Albert Paul of Okeechobee
Morris Chandler, son at Mr. and i shortages Filling tanks early it I I and Maurice of the Naval Air Corps I cost of labor on the above number

Mrs. Frank Chandler, is now stationed I was said, will add to the total I the extent to which the numbers I \\ho is stationed in California; I 01 cases was $59.421.32hich was
Postal Rules I all paid to local .
with the naval forces at storage capacity In all areas I are used by mailers. two brothers Frank and Ed O'Ban- employees.It

Fort Pierce having been transferred ] The renewal application. OPA Under the new plan, mall that non of LaBelle and two sisters, I has been very difficult to obtain

there recently. 'j emphasized, Is to be used only by Are Now in Effect I j is sent to large cities, carrying the |'Mrs Emma Davis of Depew, Okla. enough workers to operate the
S SS those whose fuel oil ration last | postal unit number, will be dJstilduted I and Mrs. Donnle Graham of Fred-I canning plant at capacity, and we

Fred Gray left this week to re- I year was for the same address. I more quickly than is possible erickstown, Mo. wish to thank each man and worn-

join the United States Navy forcesin Others will be requftrd.W-fUI-out -:-- .. ... iww' i.wi-) with nIUCh-IEw"Cr..ln. ... 'V' rI. ._ ': ,,11"SJ'Q(>!ete ,(or..t.tQir.lIl1leJld1ffO-! : :
application for a new Te new method of speeding up I II OU1 operation and for working long
Iceland after spending two dayshere a special ;postal elerks. While mall HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES i
with his ather John Gray. ration later. I mill deliveries through addition ofa does not bear the number will be'' M\Y ENLIST IN:' WAAC's hours on their Jobs. We feel that
The five questions to be answered branch post office number to the delivered about as rapidly as at each _employee has done: his or her

Albeit: Burke left tills week to are: name and address of appli- |I address on mail for delivery in present, it will not receive the ben-1 MIAMI, June 16 Lieutenant Elizabeth part toward preventing an expectedfood
address where oil will be barge cities. Is being placed: in op- I I shortage which has been pre-
rejoin his naval detaohment at cant etlt of the speedier distribution S. White, WAAC Recruiting i I
Norfolk, Va., after spending a short used; name of last year's applicant; elation rapidly. Reports from many I and may not avoid posible delays ; Officer for southern Florida, states I dicted by various officials.All .

lurlougrh: here with his parents. Mr'.I whether less oil will be needed; and j cities Indicate that it has been paused' by Inability of the repleted i that plans have Just been complet- of the employees should feel

and Mrs. J. W. Burke. Albert enacted name of fuel oil supplier and kindof received enthusiastically by the II .orce o; experienced employees to I j c' whereby qualified women high I that they have done their part to

In the navy about two years oil used. press, postmaster, business concerns handle all the mall. ': school graduates may receive Signal ward winning this war, as approx-

ago and has seen service In North I OPA pointed out that the gov- and the public. I Postmasters the press and the I I ) Corps training in radio, as Civil I imately 40 per cent of the food can-

Africa and other waters. His ship I ernment rather than attemptingto Within a few days alter radio In the cities affected are cooperating I Service employees, and later go on ned this season will go to the Arm

was among( the first to land in i require consumers to turn In any lion of the plan under Inltla-I to bring the plan to the active duty as WAAC's aslgned to I ed Forces, or even a larger per-

Africa :as' fall during the Invasion unused coupons or to report any I of Postmaster General attention of t the< public. Hundreds Army Signal Corps duties. centage If they need it. The War

In December file! left over from last winter Is Walker nearly all the postmasters I ot articles on the subject have appeared "Only 120 women may be accepted Production Board considers the
II I| growing and of food is
relying on the Individual to see in the large cities affected had assigned in newspapers, some post- in the seven southern states procesing
D. R. Kllpatrick returned to Fort': that he does not get more rations! postal unit numbers to their masters have made radio talks ad- -mprislng the Fourth Service even more important than build-

Pierce Monday after spending the' than he absolutely needs. By do- tranch offices millions of residentshad I; vising; the public of the advantages 'I Command, and these must enroll ing nition battleships factories., bombers, and mu

week end heie with his wife. He Ing so, consumers make more fuel been advised of the number to |' 01 the plan, maps showing the dls- I before June 15, 1943 acording to
is with the Naval Forces that are oil available for real hardship cases. be added to 'their addresses, and a I. acts in cities, with their numbers, present regulations Lt. White said. I After the Armed Forces get their
of canned food,
now located: In that city. --V--- considerable volume cf mall already I, have been published, and chambers '1 he women will be trained from requirements this
the rest will to distributive channels -
DEPENDS; BVTTLESIIir j was carrying the numbers assigned. commerce have assisted in bringing I' three to six months, unless, at the go
all the States
The Ckeechobee News is in receipt Ey June 1. It is expected that practically I the plan to the attention of discretion of the Chief Signal Officer over | United//

0; a letter from Mrs. Otis I TAMPA, June 15.-(FNSi-Rear all whose addresses are affected usll1{! men. In one large city, the I the training period should be fcr civilian consumption.
L. Pippn, wife of First Lieutenant I Admiral Charles E. Rosendahl, will have been notified: of Mayor, who is unfamiliar with reduced In Individual cases. Although some of the men that
O L. Pppen In which bhe says I commander of U. S. LighterthanAir I Service are been working at the Canning
; their postal unit numbers. postal work, personally demon- Trainees will be on Civil
I Plant will be caught in the draft,
..end the Okeechobee News to Lieut. Service defended the battle- the i i payroll at the rate of $1020 per year
The new system speeds up the i .rated the efficiency of new ha ,
will in October
Plppen. In care of the Postmaster. hip in a talk before the graduatingclass of fcr thq first three months training, plan open again -
separation of mall for distributionto system by making a separation j and with the help and co-
Lus An ills, Cal. of the University of Tampa branch offices and permits much numbered mall rapidly and without I, and at the rate of $1440 per" year cperation of the people In this
last week. : mOle rapid will be much
Z, E. of this has not been ] town, there as or even
Mrs. Harmon city "The
j I battleship clerks ) "Personnel will receive training
of large
i postal th.ou-I I of postmasters, scores more food canned in Okeechobeenext
announce this week the marriageof superseded by air power, Rosen-I sands of whom have been employed companies are submitting their in one of the following specialties; ,

her son, Claude V. Gardner, Jr. ;. dahl said. "It Is my belief that In iO replace personnel who have gone I i mailing lists .for addition of the I Radio Operator, high speed; Radii season V
to Miss Jean Harrellxm of Phoenix spite of the many thousands of aircraft I I addresses otperator, fixed station; Radio repairman -
Into the armed forces and into war numbers, and millions of FOOD MAY BE SHORTJACKSONVILLE
City, Ala. Mr Gardner is at present -1;. w e acquire and use, our bat-I j I' Industries. I have been so corrected. ; Radio repairman, fixed '

stationed with the Army tleshlp program will return big' Rapid Increase in volume of mall I Postmasters throughout the station; Radio Telephone operator; .
June 18.FNS
-
ical Corps at Fort Banning, Med-I I. dividends We must have both I'
operator
loss of the Teletypewriter
and the some thirty thou I country are publicizing plan ( )-Terming the national food
-----y I ICIIlRCJI battleships and airplanes. ; sand postal employees to the armed since its success depends on the "Enrollees who have had previous to Florida
shortage a "challenge"
OF CHRIST SCIENTIST/ "Speaking solely as an Individ forces made It to adoptthe which the public realizes training may complete the course
I II I necessary degree to farmers and William L.
THE UNIVERSE INCLUD I he continued, "I fear we have growers
-IS ,
ual
under
plan In the Interest of accurate I the fact that the malls will be in a much shorter time pro- I
Wilson Director of State Markets,
ENVOLVED BY AT- In the case of I ,
MAN easily
too
ING ,
given Up I the visions for special cases
efficient mail service and for speeded by addition of proper '
I this week
FORCE?" is the subjectof airship, because'! I said :
OMIC the larger or rigid the radio
cities. "Upon completing I
I the relief of postal personnel who number to mall for the large "I have been on the
checking
the Leson-Sermon which will be I the solution seemed a little Involved V training the AAC is called to act- up
are carrying an extremely heavy
read in Churches of Christ Scientist I 1 yet like the battleship, the prospect'for !.burden of work. The average workweek Mrs. Helen Hackney returned to ive duty, and given the four weeks 1'uatlon for some time, and Various the
; from good. -
far
the world on Sunday development and Improvement i Lt. prospects are
throughout stated
I In the service now Is about her !home in Clearwater this week WAAC basic, training, advise me that the
June 20, are, indeed bright." I 52 hours, in offices week in Okeecho- White. sources
1 1 I and many post after spending a to food thisyear
planted
crops
The Golden Text is: "To us The Navy became discouraged at acreage
employees are working 10 and bee with her mother, Mrs. John Information can be obtained less than
one-third
will be
there U but one God, the Father, I 1 after several unsuccesful ventures I 12 hours a day, seven days a week, Gray the WAAC Recruiting: Office, 304
of whom are all things and we in I Unto the lI ter-than-alr field, i iI because of local shortages of per- Post Office Building, Miami, last year.

him" (I Corinthians 8:6): I which resulted In the loss of several sonnel. Dozier Clements was a visitor Florida.: "Growers must plan for the
Among the citations which com large ships, and turned its atten- V greatest possible production if we
An example of the new type of Spending yesterday in Tampa.
to' women and
the
feed ,
prise the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol- I tion to heavier-than-alr equip- address is: John Gray left !this week for GULF COUNTY CANAL are men
well
.' Bibleff "In the beginning the has proved the children of this nation as as
.un. nom the ment, but war John C. Smith Clewls'on where he has acepteda -
was the Word, and the 1 I merit of llghter-lhan-air ships ini 222 Mattapan Ave. possltlon with th city of Clewls WASHINGTON D. C., June 15.- supply food needed by countries.our armed
forces and
eocup'ed
Word was with God and the i I certain fields. Boston 8 (FNS) The Senate Commerce
ton.
I labor fertilizer,
cf ,
"Shortage
Word was God. All things were Ii -- -- MassachusettsThe Committee has approved a bill

made by him; and without him was Jerry: Oreenberger, malntance department number after the name of I Mrs. Haywood Madlin has returned -I. recently passed by the House, authorizing machinery, as well as stock and
makes. the task that
not anything\ made that was made" : supervisor for Riddle-Mc- the city indicates the branch post I I to her home in West Palm the Federal government to poultry feed,difficult,' but It must

John 1:1,3): I: Kay Aero College, of Clewlston and office (or "postal unit") through Beach after spending several days icqulre the Gulf County Canal much more Florida citizens
The Lesson-Sermon also includes I Jack Waters, inspection mechanicfor which delivery Is made. Each res-I of this week here with Mr. and Mrs. which connects the channel extending Ve dne or our own
of want a long
the
will
the following from the the same company were vis- the Apalachicola River to feel pinch
passage
ident of the large cities Is asked by II John Gray from other sections o' the
C\u-lstUn Science textbook, "Sd-i I i I hors In Okeeohobee Monday visit- his postmaster to add the postal I I St. Andrews Bay Work on the with< many"

ence and Health with Key to the I ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. unit number to his address, and Jerry Oreenberger who has been waterway by U. S. Army Engineers country.Wilson urged that nothing be\
Scripture" by Mary Baker Eddy: I. Leo the Riddle-McKay would also be authorized.
Greenberger.yv to notify all to whom he writes employed: with stress on
laid
< sted and particular
"Spirit God. has created, all trt and I that his address is not complete Air School at Clewlston lor the I Pending fulfillment of the con available surplus.
of Himself.l Spirit never created Mrs. Ed Alderman was carried to' without the number. past two years has recently been dition' that the existing canal be canning any V .

matter. There Is nothing in Spirit the, hospital at Sebring this afternon. i I Residents of small cities, townsend promoted to Departmental 'Super- conveyed to the Federal government Dereth Walker' baa"t..c.-
out of which matter could be mad. She suffered a heart attack .rural regions should Inquire of visor. free of :cost, the bill would Miss .
1th the Pennins.ular
fcr. t$ the Bible declares, withoutthe during the day and Dr. Weens their correspondents in the large authorize dredging of the canal to cepted a position Company,,* !'in'

Logos, the AEon or Word of of Sebrlng was called here and' Titles concerning the number assigned Mrs. Morris Barnett left this a depth of nine feet and .wtdth of .Telephone' th4.weew.for.tiatcity.Allen Tampaandleft .

Gad, 'was not'anything made that found that it was necessary for to the city residents' branch week to join tier husband In North 100 tfeet, at an' estimated _cost of \ MarkhAm. left Wednesday

was made. .*- '(p..336rn-12' ',: "* her to go to the V hopltal. I prst r office so that the mall may Carolina Where he was recently $112,000., r.* :. .. ,.... isSU, :??; ".' Valley\Oa. where hells I
V a"ds expedited.. The degree to which transferred by the Seaboard Rail "V spending several days attending to

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TWO THE OKXECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY JUNE 18, 1941:

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'i-under, mild' Cnrllfientc ImiiPd wim Ir, I hnt been pined n n flip In the office C* rhnmvn I KOTICR \rPI.irtTION FOR I -LOST- -Goodyear Allwather Tire
,
OIu'l'rlfl1ltL'l'( I iI Hip nnnip of ru know ii. uf the Si>urc>tiir> lIt Dm lilntrlrt, utItoom In CI (' ;nt Ok..h..hIlP : TAX DELI': \,
rnlnmi mild Pprtlllcntp bull h. redeemed 1IU7 HIIIH\III BulMlUK Mliiml! Comity' rldluriu.,' rilASCKIU: :. i.nw or i9j I life guard tube and Chevrolet
... .. .. nci'iirdlmt" / to Inw, propcri' )' dcfcrllicd .. Klorlilii.vlti'K* the null Hint In* i'iiiinlnt'U I E <' lieivesVI Notice In creby (iilvpn thnt Frntik i iUoiwpll wheel, size 600x16. Serial No.
- therein ulinll l-c nnlil tn tin, I lulu. thin\ li to iiutll)' jmi thul hohlcr of 'IHX. Ct'rllltclltff' N.'. '
Publlshed Every Friday by hlirhcnt IdddiT nl the Cniirlhotmc' ilnoi,r auld Uimril, will unit l ul -uiol l 1'lin ' <>t Atinnut 3Ul T6156. Liberal reward for the I
Okeochobee News Co., at j In" the drill Mon.liiv |III the innnlh nl r the lllh' "lay' of ..linnA., 1) IIH.'I: at : riCK TO AI'I'KMt: A. I), Itr.'U\ linn tlli'd HIIIP In m.\ I'return.
I/' ,"', 1HI1, whlih l I. HIP" tho\ \ olI 't to 00 ii'rlui/ In tln, I..fill'.in nl milil TinSlnte nr Klnrlilii, to Furilhiini \ offli' ; hni mnile applli'iitliiii ; *
bee. Okeechobee County I .lull. 1IH1Dnlrd! day I (lielng not: lees than flftnvii :duyN': Mrlliiinl) I MI' and, (ukpiM-hiilii t'liv 'I'm Deed io lie l..uvil tlieroon.; fOOld I P. F. BURR. I
thin Iit dn"f June. 111-11 I riot for iliii" ui i Ihp Him pfblt'ntl'n1Iwr.of ; I 11111,1, ('''IIIIIUIlY, ulINaII'OiI|| | PI.nl.In mrli'irnilon Certllli'iitP, I'lnlirnct'ii the lollonlnc dpprlhvd I
I ROY It, KU't,'EHKON. I ) for Ilio puriiimu uC ln-nilDK obJiclliiiii lIu,1III in rtl', rlHlmhiK Inlonita (iruprrtv In the County ofOkPeohoopo
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BRYANT BOWDEN ripr Circuit Cnnrt ofokwphnhpp and | ''' li>'. through or iiiulcr nr aItiiliiHt Stiitc nf Klurldn, to-wlt : I
Cniititv PIT.I) ,, I tn until buiJiriit. mild iiflini'ii" dlnHiilvi'il, Klnrlilii Lot it. Kill J:). C'itnf ikcucliob.'O..
Entered as second clnss I ic'lrcnlt Court Rpnl) H'Mlin" lif CdMMISslOSKKsOF : 1:: rnrpnrntlu11e| and nil piirllri, linvlnur The aiiti'iHiiiPiit, nf said property
F.VlilUI.AUtl; UIIAI:>.,n.: I'liilmlnj) to luive nnv right Mil.nr under, sold Cprtlllcnip 'Issued wes In
Julv 1, 1914. at the Poet Office MHIIfc; OK iU-1'lirtTION FUR DISTHK'T: Intcrpd In lit II of Musk 1:! of the. now of Tolifl Noltioii.I'lili'Hn Gilbert Theatre
Okeechobee Florida, under T 'X DKFDMWII IU MA UK II, IKNNA.NT: : I PiHHliwiit' A.l.inion in ikiwlmlii, mild CcrtUU'Hto nliilll I ln> r.'
i| Of Ist1:l (Sun11 I 'hull" mini, F'uriilii, urrnrillnif' to pint' of mild mlilliliin deemed nccorilliitf to Inw, pro ertt lieerlhed 1 1
Art of March 8, 1879.SUBscRIPTIOV. I \"II"- In hen.tit irlle-l Hint rlmVitd ,,, .\.I..EST : I r'ruripIn tin- office of tin I therein\ ilinll I 1 I'd noli! tn the, Okcechobee
.. m'_ ______ __ I \ linMi,i- tf 'r1'rt111'nh" V"2BT ,, MK. M' '11111001'. flrrk II f Hn rirrntf C..II'IIf OkooI'hulii'o highest hlililer' nt tho CuOrthn11ue1)'r I
I ,?nil 2V* l.ml"l I Hi. Inl ,In n 1 __ Serri-tnfy I Cnlllil.Klnrlilii, \ In Pint Hunk first l "f I
RATE | .T'ih \ n two: Iou (ii".i. o 11I' ti, .' +nl' I 1'"Il"' 7 : l"o\:, 1113. ,i'l :;Jlnf.hh5t"dn :nf: Friday & Saturday
One ear In advance .. $2 ''my office: bOil niilitp application foiI 'r In the niiininml liy "iln nuthorltvnl July l'imlintPd! .

Six months In advance ,, .. 1 I Cprtlflcaie TIII lpct ombriKvi to be tidied the following thereon, mini do I ',.f' the t.'ii. StHt.lire pomninmli-il|qf Florlllll loll nml mill ri'iinlro.li I'llrll thin ROY tat It.'10"f liAI'I.EUJiOX./ JUlIO 1D48: I

Trpe months In advance .. I IReadlnar I crllicil. property In the Cnitntr nOkoerhnboe r F0'VICTORYn& Illi'! nn H|>|>iMirnnri. ,> lit the I'mirtUMIIIIP Clerk Clrrult Court ofOltppphobpe I Double Fenltir
.. I state of Florida. tout >if Ot.conliolMv" Coiint.v. Flortiln.mi Cnniity:: Fl ride I
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.Iniip 2(1( I'.H.'I: and 1 thi-rcnftpr niiMl > ROY ROOERS
(Circuit Court Real
notices In local( ci\t; I I. .' ,,,i li 15 in I, w
r"vn i\ VM'llll'll" (U'fl IIMI'H. Ill IIITHOII, nr 'hHlli.rniv
in cents a line Rates for d I too ''_ Tit I'I, X! He ::1"0 .ii- ; In the r.iiliili'fi'tnlm:; : of Tin r in
'K rinni. lie" Ilnrili'ii, mid LOIN Unnlon, illr. -
SONS OF THEPIONEERS
advertising! furnished on .'Ilou I BUY ti.lnnlH" In nliovioiitltli'.l I'HiiKi'. mililHMII N01KF. OF TAX NILE
tion Classified\ advertising 2 I ,lot 'I 1 pucpfif ''.*..k Ht 11'1\, ", ,.11I1l of nho\i lockpl niiinlu-r In, For llellnniipnt HIM KtIiruliiiiiip ..r.....'..
"mil' Ihni, port, llnuV "T 'I 1'MV I r I il b.1). nnliK'rt I'oiirt. fur forpclnmiro ofn IMnlrlrt' TiixnNotlie
each word per Insertion All frc.'l, "'lmli',1, \In I'minil, t r r' UNITED ni.irtiriiva on nhorp ili'. ...rll.1 Ininl"ii'il In lli'tvli.1 Olven thnl,' nil
rceardlng enterprises conducted r"i < 'H 14,.,. .IT Twp nT Itci 'J', STATES HIP sill cuiininri'lnlni nwklttir nlli Hindu ili.'llmiilent. nn June Int. 11148 for -&- .
n q i'r'eThe >r by jolnlnir' nnklnfr for thp fnroI'nnn lion" '")'hualt of IC\'.riliiilt'ii Ui'illliilKi1IMlrlM
profit are chargeable at ftdvert\\. Bnnpinmiiiit of laid' p'OlPrI'I""r ', (' ., tbcreof and wpivlilc |nrf"rmHim. I..... lot" the M-nr 11)41.\ or in Chas Boyer. Hedy Lamarin
rates. Hnlil' t'nrtlIl'nt'e) ,Inmti, l an., I li, .WAR !I iiv th,' pomiilnlnnnt I to '0''im>\ lunch tlicreof im uiny he nwpmmry to
.. ( .. nf ('nrrl,' R VIII' Hi.' xnlil\ IniiilB' to pull I'cMinlcrrliilinT ")' the muuiint due for taxes on mid
- -- -- ---- -- rnt.. I lid Cprtinmtei hBll be r* ,Ita,, iiiil, Hint .xniilnliimit! iln nut P null" for .,,,1'1' yenr. toguthnr nltli th
Advertising bills are payable ili'cmpit ftppoMlnff to 'liiw, property <1iTlhi'il ", BONDS 'hlil, thp miip In nt fori'i'lonnrt'' forillHliiirBcmiMit cnms of mill) ippplflpil In the lnfoM'rnliis 0 ALGIERSAlso
the first of each month. I heroin ah',ill In. ,.iM.' ,in "i, a t of the liioniii In 1'iiiirl' ( mid PlBtrlct vlll\ be sold
unknown to hi rhr.t lilililor nt tin ('".urMi.,nit.I'.' ,'r AND Ihi'ri'froni\ :, : I. In rlnltii IIII.MIKMII: :;: I of unlil coiiiitirrlnlmnntH' : nt pulille mieilnn lipiclnulnv ul tuelre : Stooge Comedy News
publishers required nn Ihr. flret MnniTnv In the nnniHi.Tii'v 0 nml lli-n and otln>rIllao o'clock noun on tlu' iluy nf June,
pay In advance. 'WI wMi-li ,In ih.. nth don ."t STAMPS n* pni.M'il fur In thi <>vciil of l1t! I. nt the" front door of the- Court,
.1"", 1IHHDnti'il il'liult! In npppnrlnir or ninwerlnir nc lloun In the ('It) of Ok' 'rh"lwr. Sunday & MondaySpecial
hue lit iln>' i.r .limp 11IR I rorillnff to 'In\\ ilpprpp pro ciinft'Mo .Flnrlila mid vonllniiliig ,II lit II unlit .,,1.I. .
NOTI( t': OF \ \rriir\m ROY R. nn! FH: ONrirrnlt will l 10., petered nffnliiMt von In I'oinpleta.l.. .
T \ \ lilt) I Clerk roiirt nf ... Wit,,, .. inv linnil' nn <' 'rk nml lh' A 1'0\111.10'1.| lint nf Hitch delinquentliiiult
Inw of toil Ok..hollPl County, Florida e" KIM, ,,1! nf until Court IliU Mnv' ; 17 1H.1nnv In urn tinhlr for pnhlle limiieitlon Double Feature '
Notice li hereby; glvpn. thnt T, I irirpiilf rmirt Rpal) iifii:1: ii. 11.\1'1.1':10'1:: during the IniHiipmi houri nt the ofdce
Y ilii' holili 1 of 'I'm '.1111. nli'' ("liTk ('Irrntt'ou't of Okppi'hulii"roiintv of Ills I'llX f'ollectnr, fur the fOlllltv
"*, I.Nnrthe 4th dm i.f --- i Klorlilii.S.'llll of nkppcholipp In HIP Court lloura HI' Gene Tierney and Preston FosterTHUNDER '
\ I It III'IH.: iii'" thou: mini. In J MITKK: III (0'11'1I'rlflOt Muslt resemble, in each I ( Okppcholipp. Florlilit. and Inquiring ni In
,tfilep': hits Hindinli'|':Hi'.III..n ''",' i, l'n'ntT1: N 11'\1| I Fill poetn' It K llnmrlck and to the lunili Inrlitilcd,' In sold ili'llnincut
'I'I \ Deed to he l 1.."'.| |fl., I. ',,. V l I', Kril K: OF IIKtfllMi: fin |I air numerous graces which no '",11011 A :IIIM, lint hy mnll or Iiv telephone BIRDS
..,vrMllratiI'lnlirniiii., the fnllowlnit [ ..IKCTIONMM l.nll'I.\I' ''1' j: methods teach and which a masii I .', ripri'c. Kin! or In pernnn, daring biiMlnpnn bmimI ,
rlhcd/ prn|" Fly ,til 'till1 MlltlM ] TOl.l. \VIIHM ,IT ,, \y roriiPnrmiiiiii : ; \ llrltorM' forCfliiiitpnliilinnnti. I will hp fnllr ntm",','red by the nflliI
"l .hohpp. stnof rinrliln.' tn- i i nand ilone nan reach --Pope. 4*--SI I'of laid Tux Collector ALSODESERT
"'.\vn nr :NFi1, "f si" i. MN r. ., : In Hi'dliiti :II I \ .f.. "" !'i 1' HI" 'I _. Bi:"'(in .III HEKM4N.: I
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'rr. run W "0" 7 ft \ WIT I fly l r.' I to -- Tux Collector of Okocebnlii"
IIIK nf IN,n.! i IIIMII?' S' ri ., i Unil'iiiiti', Mlttrlit imxiii'il In tin' I'LI I ::1 IN THE nucriT "WilT County riorlilnNOTITK VICTORYActual
1 1mln E nl....'if N Mi,. ..r I Is ".i"I Illtlllf" nf I Illi' !SI:.III' nf I Fl.il-l'l, II' II' .. I OK 'I'11II'I'111'IuL1'ItL'IRCl'I'I': I
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ran ft to poll' ; iheni'p: K HIM' IIIIK 1",1" | 1 i" In IK. |.ui.il i i 411'gl i ,
,,1..1" iirvlnn., iili" COt'.NTVI I Also: Late News and Cartoon
f S too It, ml' "' \\ 1\' ill TI_ I.I I hne !nir tie <| ? I IV
|pt' .in N ',r ron >. "< tin Iu'" ,,.i' il'" "I'Nnlr i .liiilni. tin- "II I IJ \\IK.KY I TftllahRmpe. F'nrldn.' Miry U.: 1114:1.:
!c II l'u !" 117 !II.; .. ,', 71 I. ..L'll'lll,I'.i" b. Ul, .1, |1"I 1 i t \ Ii j Cl 1'/\I OF No MO) I ).(u'I'l/'R I t. tiereliy iclvon\ ; thnt thpPtilte ._-.
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ini''''i' n i i ihi. i ii. tl :'N' I llnnrd nl Edilciitlon: / nf the
1 IL.I ,.., ..",' I ,,1,1 ',r" 'III. ..III-" p" ", I II "1 'II" "II'Inlc'lInnF.B."nnl,4lilt" lily of 'I the)) Attila of Florldn will\ offer fornle I Wednesday

_. .. 'I '\t.' of Florldn 1 and rccchu cninnpllllvc 1-ldn ut TiillnhiiHKpe '
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riorliln' June lid: 1III3. nt
I'etltlotipr. I ORnrtl TOmi. HIT PARADE OF 1943with
12 o'clock MiON.' for thin fnllna'IIgdesnrib'd
I'M I 10:11/11\ ('AI'IO''
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.: "ST\TK' linn In OKEF.CHolilCECorvi'Y. :
OF I John Carol and Susan
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HAROlD 'I'fs BY (A21. ED. Ii'fpmlnnt, I I All S.rllnn III, Towimhlp'" S7South. Hayward
, TO TUB T\-IK or I'LOltllit. Itnnitp :Mil Eiint, coiitnlnlnit

PAMTVWAI5T.1 T lWI'Oll MI'HHAV W. OVER.STBEKT. din Tliln ncren Nntlnv okcocholire,In )1l1hll.llpIn'. Coitnty., 1001111'11, Also Selected Short Subjects
LOOK VOOR PAllV HABTT i tSTO STATK ATTOKNKY: : )
) 3 AT A SITTING MAY TUB NINTH .irniCMl! CMS'TITis I nncp with Kiftloiin :27t>.ll" unit 2711,011,
SU < TWO SODAS 1"lt Fln, ,'1,111 "Slaliitei' Mil.Thp : .
I SUGGEST/ : IN jHlS EAtER"EMcYTHATT1CKLS YW ('/ 'AM\,. I'r.OI1In.1.|( oKurciioiirrfr ,AM: THE! ; Stole' llonrd nf rduenll'iii a re Coming Attractions
\ OLRroNSlt..S WITH JUST SEVK1M1: I'KOl'EIITY OWM'KMTAXI'MKIH s 'rlo5 the right to rc-Jeit ntiy and nil
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BUY WAR BONDSMusic 101,1. I
: CIT1/F.\' FOOTLIGHT SERENADE
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.-ANO BUY U.S. WAR J OTHER1'" IIAVIMi Oil! CHIMINI1 Icy order nf "f the Ctnte Hoard otEilni'iitlnn I
"F'nrldiiSppDHnrd THE POWERS GIRL
: ANY; HllillT Tim': OK
STAMPS F0OTHER 7'r ,
1. II ;
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iNnnnT: IN IMIOPFRTY YANKEE DOODLE DANDY
!! Is the fourth great material Allot :
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t UK o-KFciri: 1111..: I. 'irANTK ,
vant of our nature..-first food, : OF TUT: HrloTSIII"r:| | Colin Enirllnh' 1' -J

tnen raiment then shelter then DONPS IIEUFIVHEIOW: ------------
FKHRFI) TO. 'OH TO BC \ KFrfTEP .
I music Bovee : IX ANY WAY THE1IE: I

I -- YEA AM-AMD You BY and pnrh of app li-rihx rpqtilrcil
yon YOUR
Q1, YOW5AH A SUPER to appear at 11M3: n'I'lurk. ,A I'I TRUCK TIRES
IPSA 111. Jf. .n the flub day] of July. 111 in, In 'I
J I the Court htiim> nt limit' In the

'Wlut 'lftUt 8u 1. FJLCrtWJIII C..nntof,., I to Mnrtln the ti..lItI Sfnti',," In of ri'fftiril Fl..rliljpiirtnnni tn NEED RECAPPING ?

the nf :
vnlldnilon dpiiprnl llpfiiuillnu'Rniult
? dntpil .IntiM".ir\ 1. Vifj! 'rqa| ,'it
10IoNOW = [ IIU1VITh'Winter to bit,ln rlurl1n l 1..1, | d\ tli"i >i,' l'lt\I pHiuliuil or, iiiix'i'li""nmoiininf ,I' Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Pierce

ORIooY ; guy AND A p *"iN7W7'diiii nlilili lum IIPIII.'rlhoil Illc'l, In In .the iM\ nl'in"pntltVil not'tlnti in one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of experience

SLAP A w '"111'f nt .,,"h time ii'id l nlnn'to finest workmanship large stock best grade
flying jackets for both the ,
I
I eTSri! JAP; ,At. ..11..11111'" win' tin' prnM'rn of tin,
1. Army and Navy Air Corps are reguj j I. petition iionlil" not lip TI" led and rubber and a reputation for square dealing. You can
-t.--- = 4I lar equipment for our aviators They thp nropcpdlnirn Nit t home \ .,,11011110..1n
,"\ inflrmPd Ihpn-ln urn "od nnrtnnilinrlfpil make them via truckline
n an appointment ship to us
cost from $12 to $18 and are made of II iimlor ilip limn nf ti'Btata i ,

horsehide leather lined with. nh.ep oC Florldn.TlilM or have your local service sfation send them to us.
Or |pr Hhnll 1>P nnlillnliHil oilro
i tJrut...L' I ..hearlfnll.I "' ".''h wwk for tlirpp ,ill: couwpntl", I We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road De-
p wcpki In The OfccMrtifiltoi* S '" N 'i
,
(A1fNW1i i ') WHIMIpcr pltlllUlli'd IM 'the ('11v nfOkroclidht'p partment and many large construction firms and
In I Iho ,'""n'"- nf. O'i"','hoI
! LI I lii'c. Florlil' Ihr flrit |inli'li>nii.iMIhprnof i'fleet owners. Our work is guaranteed and we can
I : rV In 'innl Iciint thlrtillin, .ii 'N
i prior, In tin' Into' In-rHn .1, Hluri''l 1 l usually give 24-hour service.
fur HIP tipnrlnir of old onnw end tin
3, Trw4wy Dope /ftS gs&P I moat |",,1011,0'1| |, 11 ulinll ln m.' mfr We also have a large stock of new Truck, Passenger
hofurp tli
Ilion I'ltrhtien list linn
: 'II "line' ,..' f ,i- tin iM t.i.n'liijrnosr and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Prlva; your cer
&WSSVPmchus.e nnI otinrnEi' m Flirt
I 1'lpr.o Fli.rlil-i tlil. 2nd dnv nf Jinn- ti :cater and we can fill your order immediately
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PROLONGED FAREWELLS .\, O mVNK".Tudsp ; I
t'f' "\ of the ('!"'II11 t'ourt
/ 'In, h .Indli'lnl) Hi-cult nfFlorMn Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.
.., I" ni"< For (II.' '"
I i.hllh'-... Klnrlilrt.In .

ol cue $18.75: War Bond, IIIIX.ISHarmony: Itl'y rhea :-1 f.I,1-- '..1..1111. Ihlt l.ripa f '.ry

DELAY n,1::: TURES I for which you receive $25 In 10 makes small things; tilruotring' UiMtl *, IM i.... dllililcn Taint l'..tPOO .a

years, will {pa} tor one of these jackets lack of It makes great thIngs decay.
I sc necessary for our airmen .-SallUst. S. Dixie Hi wR"'. Phone 139, Fort Pierce, Fla.

ing at high altitudes and in
flY'1
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I climes So you and your --

<.an: do your bit I I'y inv'ting at -

I 10 percent of your clary every payday

c I in War Bonds to help pay the I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS .
I
*%
j? I cost of this equipment for Intrepidr.

I \ ., .or'l'M! Ju' the parade ,
4&P ,nd help' tip the War Bond Quota In I I

I "ir counu, to mmniA 1 Ii

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iiinptician named I

THE Presto G. Slick, I

goodbye ttretchoi is a schedule
Said "Money 1* turn- I 4i

wrecker. While prolonging the parting, ing the trick,

fighting men and war woror& trite their So let us all sock it I

fingernails and WAIT. DUISJ already In Uncle Sam'e pocket.


slowed to save tires, cannot maintain schedules Buy War Stamps that I "You were absolutely correct in making the purposes almost immediately. And Just as

, ... when time is lost bus Hitler can't statement you did George..not a drop of soon as the government's requirements in-
at stops. Prompt. lickr'I I whiskey has been distilled in this country since creased,distilling facilities the entire in-

ness is a virtue and a duty. I Ii last Fall." dustry were converted 100% to the produc-

i I "That's what I told the boys down at the Uonofwar-alcoholandfioAmj( .A.amat-

m duaa.c.M.1 lodge, Judge, but they were so surprised I ter of fact, the beverage distilling industry

oQa'teatb thought maybe I was wrong." producing[ about half of the government s

roil to pet "No you weren't, George.The truth of the needs for this vital war material. And that's

.t 7 matter is that a year before Pearl Harbor, a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week job, George.

Ca fr .gA test'I 9ta)P deli the beverage distilling industry voluntarily "I'm glad I told you about my talk with

1 r ry offered its facilities to the government Many Sam.Judge You'vt given me a lot more bets

I 't j companies started to produce alcohol for war eo that subject"PAGI




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pn.n 1.. 18, 1911
TIlE OKEECIIOBEE
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r IN STEP WITH JOHNNY DOUGHBOY '" 1'' DUTY IN JACKSON COUNTY notion V--

I Marianna, June 15, (FNS>--Setting The direct relation. of music Is

!i a precedent in Jackson County not to Ideas, but to emotions-in
negroes were drawn for Jury the works of Its greatest masters,
I ;\1, 1 duty here last week by court order it is more marvelous, more mysterIous -
t1II I and served on both grand and petit than poetry-Henry Giles.
mrlcsI V
from the negroes -
Departing custom
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The language of tones belongs
were drawn as the result of
I equally to all mankind, and melody
from County Com misI -
petition
,1.1 Is the absolute language In which
I 'toners who, having been Informed
.I the musician speaks to every heart.
that in some instances courts have
rw4M -Richard
Wagner.
, k I icld that discrimination against: ...---V---
1 negroes fin the preparation of Jury
lists where names are purposely Happiness consists In .the Mtatn-
ment of our desires, and in laving
1 rn'W J r k i S omitted, any conviction that might
N M I 1 b<' obtained would be nullified i, <'n\; right desires y Augustine.._
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The commissioners, believing thatvho
ly'i .f k N I i1 L 'Hit muni'liiklhood! in
Y J Y crimes Inhe'
) / commit .
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t +1,4 4y 4 I Sri nfM, h ,,111"" should be punished in the .I'ih I, i' '. i'rr. n* iiiiii,k'nd'!
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'am manner IIII'hltes\ petitioned j i"

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'--"I t ; I A PUB8EB COMPANY"MAS
t"""':' "HATCNED'A PROCESS OF
MAKINS YARN FROM CHICKEN\
.. FEATHERS)\ FOR WINTER' -WEAR
fug QUININE coNtenT OP NEWLY STOCKINGS
DISCOVERED CINCHONA TSIES CAN
BE ANALYZED ON THE SPOT By ANEW
y PORTABLE FIELD 'TE5T KIT ,POLE 6AMFA/-/
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IN'STEAP Of SENDING BARK SAMPLES '
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'...... II .-'" I -TO REMOTE LABORATORIES TELEPHONe MINIATU
,, I'"J.. ",<_ II' I I I POLES ARE
'I; \ I'' "lAY/NG xwNAN THE JOB" "PLANTED"MI
.... .. ::;''':'P't.CI..a.trI ,IKI ONE AIRPLANe PLANT A.' { I I lxPER"GARDENS'MENTAL
1 DE'S'GNHOR' eDDY '" TO ''efcT
-.- -- ; jtCTlONS Of PLANES A
HEW
_1*?io D8yciRflMHOMuerooiHi PW'EWATNMSOWiBEH
r h i iu-f Of The ('ountJ' > ifflce iii ht court nou f' 01 galaCounty NOTICE 1943 Easement for road right of E ]1,1''XI
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;' '. ii'iee' Iiolipp : ,03 ON IWElR Mt.'uLEi
'it; County I .
at Okeechobee Florida Okccthobee ,
County Florida. June
way :200! feet wide will be reserved <'.PROPlII!! (( r decay
I lc>;Ida. In Probate. niOiln eight calendar months from 17, 1943. > from any panel through which I I'4ELJE5 O\.ER I .
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Trf Fate: of C F. Walker the time of the first publication of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN1 i there ti an existing State Road. TrLA'CTALON TINy 6cOO1ef' --.r. 'IJ _.
this notice. Each claim demand :v.-= w-
or
tJerued.OJ. : That pursuant to Section 9 of > Lots 21 and 22 Blk D, Wright & I .. -- ,
I shall bo In writing, and shall state I I ..
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< Al:! "-i!!">;'$ anj:! Persons Ha\- the place 'residence and pobt of- Cbnprpv igjog T,?ws of *" r:'' Ba'-s Subdivision. .

In; Claims or Demands l Against. lice address of the claimant, and Acts 1937, known as the HURPHY TRUSTEE3 OP THE INTERNAL 7 r

Said Estate: shall be sworn to by the claimant, ACT, the following described land IMPROVEMENTFUND ., :.
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.You. and each of you are here- agent, or attorney and any such In Ok"-diobee County Florida OF THE STATE OF :;
*" "' ,Jf\i\ : and replied( to pre- claim or demand not so filed shall will be offered for sale at public ;, FLORIDA. T3w rTJ
eent any claims and demandsw'lt1 be void. outcry for the highest and best By Roy R. Rauleison, Agent < A K'ELL KNOWtI "s
\ru or either of you, may \V F. WalkerAs cash bid. subject to the right of Trustees I. I. Fund Okee- ?
have against the Mats of C. F. administrator of the the Trustees of the Internal Improvement : chobee County. Florida I OVER 50.00O ,

Walker. deceased late of said Estate of C. F. Walker, Fund to reject any and --. ---,. I PWTS.INCLOOlNS NOT NUTS +w ,JANv
('> i-''. t.; the County Jude of deceased. all bins at the Court House. at' I &OLTSCi /
u-.>ice Coumj Florida at his First publication June 18 1843 19 A. M. on the 22nd day of July Send The News to friends

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I I NOTICE I ITo





: I' the Several Property Owners, Taxpayers,


Citizens and Others having or claiming any


; / right, title or interest in any lands within ,


the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which



t I 1942 City of Okeechobee taxes have not The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee,


':{: \ :, been paid: Florida, will self all lands in the City of Okee-



:.i 4 hobee; Florida, at public auction, upon which


:; City of Okeechobee taxes for the year 1942


I < i'' have not been paid, on the 5th day of July I


I 5 A, D, 1943, at the City Hall in said City of


f Okeechobee. Lists of lands to be sold have been

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WHO ARE NOT PAID UP AND THOSE WHO DO


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