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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 25, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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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Boys GET lOi INCREASE IX PV I / I Can Obtain
MOVED TO OTHER STATES BirthCertificates


In Various CampsAt 509 CLEWISTON employees of, Pune the U.3-S.(FN3)Sugar- Too Late to Classify A CLEWISTON Washington. -, order June, 22.pulling-IFNS 250)- : FromCounty


Home & AbroadLawrence Corporation lOc receiver hour wage Increasesavesaglng '. Russell Bahamian workers from the fieldsof
per under a recent I By Kay the United States Sugar Corpor-
ruling of the War Labor Board. ration Judge
I and moving them to other
The conunon labor rate for the

Sellers left this weekto raw sugar Industry was given a lOc It is reported that Colonel E R. But I am satisfied that If we do pany states,officials may prove declared.disastrous! com- The -

return to the nave titer spending oust. raising the basic hour rate Bradley, famed Palm Beach sportsman succeed In bringing this melee to a The labor shortage Is critical following excerpts will be of
a short furlough here with his o 40c for labor already Interest to many resident who
commcn by orderof close by the end of this have
Is belting that the war will year wewill acordlng to President Clar-
parents, Mr and Mis E. a Sellers !. the been
wagehour administrator. sure have to all delayed In
go out on the securing their
R.
ence
Lawrence Is end before; January 1, 1944 Bradleywon Bitting and unless suflc-
stationed aboardthe Working conditions and facilities home front for we can't win If lent workers birth certificates
are available
fortune in to Insure
a calling the turn
Battleship Arkansas and .
has
piovlded employees ab the
company we continue fighting '
made eleven on World War 1, when he collectedon among ourselves summer operations, there will be That any resident of the State of
trips across the
ocean Sugar! Corporation have been term- here at home
to foreign bets that It would end before nothing to harvest In the jail I' Florida, may file +
countries since the be- ed the best in the agricultural field a duly verb ted!
ginning of the January 1, 1919, We certainly can't do It if all The draining off of permanent petition In the
war. and
is pointed to Couny
as a shining example Judge's CourtIn
I. Much as I would like to agree our coal miners Insist on sitting labor Is seriously affecting operations -
by federal agencies following '. I around home playin' I and If It continues the county of his or her residence
Sergeant Robert Mack left Monday .ttli the Colonel, I'm afraid that if mumbly-peg will sharply -
a personal visit Mrs Roo eveltpml.cd
night to return to the I the I had anything to use for money ''I and half our war plants are forced curtail Florida's contribution to I or in the county of his or
army : Corporation for Its enviable -
training camp at Alamogorda, New I In this I'd be inclined to call him on his I u shut down for lack of fuel. I the vital food requirements of the her place of ,birth, setting forth the

Mexico, after spending a week here record respect. I. present offer, for if there ever The only other chap 1 know who (i.atlon, officials point out, I date, place: and parentage of his

with his parents Mr. and Mrs R. was a long shot, this looks like It. looks for the wind-up In six monthsor -----,,,-- -- or her. birth_n m >_Inti u_ r.""tHln.......I...' .wc..._

E Mack. I W. F. Walker Is I I I don't know whether John L. less Is Gilbert Freeman Comp- I E d County Judge to issue an order

o S I i Lewis has made a wager with Brad- troller Jim Lee's "Man ruday"- garVilson Is I certifying the date, place and parentage -

Ray Simmons who Is stationed I I Ilry or not. but the way things look and I can't agree with him anymore i of the birth of the pet!.

with the United States Navy' at New r County Com.I .it I this writing If he has he appears than I do with the Colonel Home On Furlough,. tloner. ALso, a petition may be

Jacksonville spent Monday and ., .. __ to be all out to protect his cnly he was bettin' that way two filed by any such resident fo!' the

Tuesday of this week here with., his I Investment: or three months ago,, which gives I --- :: purpose of determining either, or

mother Mrs, Eugenia Simmons I I I F Walker seas notified this I I cant even kid myself Into be- him only about ninety days to go Edgar Wilson son of Mr and '''any, the 'date, the place, or tne

-0- I l'I Meek thai he has been appointed I 'Il'\ lug that the European end of if he proves himself a seventh son I Mrs. E. J. Wilson. arrived in Oke- I i parentage of the birth of the peti.tloner. .
'; County Commissioner for the Bas- the mess will be concluded by the if a seventh son or somethln''. .
Sergeant Rennls Padgett spent I I eohobee Monday and is spending i
I'; singer District to succeed his son end of this Here Is how the Pollyannas sayIt I II I Upon filing aid
Saturday and Sunday here with year even !If we haven a two weeks furlough here with his petition, the
hla parent, Mr and Mrs B. Carl who dUM June 4th Mi Walker 'ceecleil in moping up Italy and can happen: parents. Edgar has spent the past I i t County Judge shall have a hearing

Padgett. formerly represented that dis- get a solid foothold In the continent Italy will fold up like an accord- i five years In the United States and may conduct the same as other
K.// irlct as a member of the Board of ian and we will In and
S S S for Germany knows this time step take Marine Corps and was one of the special proceedings before him.

Sollle Ellis left Monday to return County Commlsioners for several :hat nothing but a complete knock- posseslon without much more than first of the Marines to be sent to',i' The hearing may, In his discretion

to the army training camp at I years and will be no stranger In t. is grim to satisfy anybody, Joublln' up our fists. The Allied the Pacific after the Japs attacked i i be set for a time certain: ,

Camp Hunter, Savannah, Oa., after helping to hnnd'.e'the: affairs of the with oblivion all that the Nazis I armies in the middle east will start Pearl Harbor. I wi1'l)4rl a jrea
spending fifteen days here and at county. can hope for, so Indications are rollln' into the Balkans at the same He was landed on Guadacanal I the petition la filed When the petition

Fort Pierce I Mr. Walker at ate time servedas they will! fight to the last ditch time Russia begins an all out drive 1 and was there during the terrific I comes on for hearing before

a member of the Board of and they' have a lot of ditches left on the east Just to make it more I fighting which went on between I the County Judge, such evidence

Ol nn Chandler arrived home Sun- I Ccuntv Commissioners for Osceola before that one Is finally reached. ''interesting for the Axis, comman- the United States Marines and the may be presented, as may be required -

day and Is spending! ten days here ,, County when Basslnger was a partof I As for Japan, here again Is a dos and rangers will keep making Japs. After the Army took ove | by the Court to establish the

with his parents !\tr. and Mrs, that County and after Okee- case whole It is going to take a '!'ightnlng raids from Norway to theIedltrrrnnean. I and the Marines left lie was ship- fact of such birth, the date, the
diobee County was created he serv- Ilot than wishful :\ all of which will | place and the
John Chandler The outfit with I more thinking to ped to another section of the Pacific parentage of the
which he Is attached is now on I ed several years as member of the 1 uite the final chapter and'while cause Germany to have a complete birth of the petitioner, or any

maneuvers In Tenneiee Board for ,hi, ccuntv Altogether \',e seem to be nuking progress, the nervous breakdown This they ,I Edgar has had many excltln : of such facts but no certificatemay

1 \lr Walkoi ham represented the Idea that we can finish the job in say can all be accomplished in a experiences sins the war broke be granted on the .uncoirobor-

Bill Humphries arrived here Sunday Bassinger Dls'riti thirteen years as :rope and then c,eon up Japanall matter or three or four months at I out but Is very reluctant to tell :, ated tsetlmony of the petitioner. If

and Is spending: this week herewith their County Commissioner_..v In the short space of six nion.h-- rest t. and titan ftfw.3 that w* I much about them. He will leave the evidence offered shall satisfy

his mother Mrs. Dora Hum- I --- I i II", don't t make even lull sense to hue: knocked her partners out of next week for San Diego, Cal., | the Court of the date. place and

phries Bill has been on maneuvers Funeral !Meld-For! Iii'!'. "the tight, Japan will start screamin' where he will rejoin his outfitWhaTrTWriieTo. : parentage of the birth of the poll-
in Tennessee for several | :Majb the Colonel is Just trying So sony, so sorry" and throw up inner, or any of such facts: the

weeks tn lie philanthiopp 01 something he sponge: If you want to makeit Court shall thereupon enter an

J. W. UptliegroveV el I, I He probably! figures he might as a surer and better bet you might order. and certificate acordingly,

Howard Wise who Is stationed well gamble J his money away on account have MoilH: Vesuvius erupt: and I 'which said order shall be entered

.with the naval forces at Veio Beach of the government will getit bury two or three towns and a ; upon forms furnished by the
,
'*"*-repentSalur liiyanil .6wtdfty herewith I ," scryitcg f@r Jot tt .\V. Up- t jmyawv' ... HwtJ ht'e.(' Abet\ ,...U &,tidal 'nave mid earthquake hit"the"_ .Men In..Service [County Judge's Court of the sever, "
Mrs. Wise. thegrove,, 71, were .held at the harm In that I hope no one takes Nips JusrW-fdocTmeTsSie; |runtles-bythe"Bureau oY Vital s' c'\

I Church of God In Pahokee on 'him too seriously and decides that But folks my guess Is that we are I I Statistics, State Board of Health.

Edwin Walker left Wednesday for Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock since the show Is about over wean gonna have to do It the hard way Here are some pointers for home- Such petition shall ,be signed and

hi return to Camp Wallace. Texas I I Mr Upthesrove died at his home in let down. i I we can finish and collect an 'folks writing to soltj' 1.y sailors sworn to by the petitioner or his

after spending a't'ek here with Pahokee at 1 a m Wednesday after I don't believe that the Colonel '' Unconditional Surrender" by 1943 and marines, based on suggestions | or her parent or guardian, or by

Mrs. Walker and his father and I' an extended Illness. ,.as talked with the boo jut back 111 feel that we've still done a gathered in a survey among servicemen I someone who knows such facts, and

mother, Mr. and Mrs, Hulon Walker Sunlvois Include his wife. Mrs. rom the South Pacific or Tunisia, bang up JobCf at home and | shall state each fact as definitely
overseas
:
Delia Upthe@'rol'e: three daughters, for from their accounts the Japs I course If they were to turn the In such petition as Is known to petitioner

Mrs. Evle King. Canal Point:; Mrs. and Germans are plenty full of | whole blamed war over to HenryJ. TELL HIM; .

Mrs T. M Jen-ell returned this Lola Williams. Pahokee and Mrs. 'ight and while we knock 'em down iIn I i Kaiser and he accepted the conrac1 1. How the family Is doing every- I The birth certificates shall be an

week after spending two weeks in Valda Padgett Holopaw; four sons > every round they keep right oncoming ( and agreed to win It In six thing possible to help In the war 1 order of the County Judge adjudicating -

Chattanooga Tenn., where she Capt. Dewitt Up'hegrove West months well that would be something 2. How anxious the family Is for ; all or any facts stated InI

visited her son and daughterinlaw Palm B'aoh; E. W. Upthegrove, Peisonallv I hope the Colonel is : else again but the way It.. the boy's return. I I the petition, for which sufficient

private and Mrs, Norris Jer- Lake Worth; Woodrow Upthegrove, right and If I took him up and looks now six months Just don't I 3. How the family Is getting along evidence is produced
i I 1
rell. Canal Point and R. N. Upthegrove, I .ort I'd still feel it was a good bet. add up on my little slate I financially j I I That said order and the record'
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o I West Palm Beach; and two brothers 4. How well and busy the family Is. thereof Is hereby made a judge-

Fort Miles, Del 21 Oiia-ies! IKilpatrlck. Robert Up'hegrove Okeech: I \V\\C OFFICES lsrST SPENDS ENJOYABLE: Give details. 'i! ment of a court of record, and,

age 23 of' Route 1. bee and J, H. Upthegiove. Paho- TO BE IV OKEECIIOBEE REEK-END 5. What's doing In the community: I|I when filed as herein required, shall

Bneada, Florida, has been promoted kee He also Is survived by 27 NEXT ;\IO\D.\Y & Tl'ESD'\Y1 news about girls (single) he be a public record and shall be accepted -

from the rank of Private Fist grandchildren and five great Mi and Mrs Leo Oreerberger knows, doings of friends, who's I I l as such by the courts and

Class to that of Corporal acccril'isj great grandchildren. The U S. Army Recruiting station ust received: word from their son marsylng whom, exploits of the' other agencies and persons of this

to announcement made today by Burial was at the Port Mayaca In Miami announces that a Corporal Teddy Oreerberger. whoIs home team and other sports state !in the same manner as other

the commanding officer at Fort Cl'lnetery.-Everalades NewsCIURCII stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, events, social doings, effects of orders of the County Judge.
'-111M._. DPlavare.. WAAC Officer and One Junior I II i
-- --- -- V that he spent a very enjoyable weekend the war on the home town. Reminisce The County Judge will be prepared -

Corp Kilpatrick has a sister Mrs I leader (Corporal) will be In Okee- I at Clyde, Kansas, visiting at a little about past eve.itsand I to acept applications :for
OF CHRIST,
Lucille Arnold also residing in SCIENTIST Chobce Monday and Tuesday. June the home of the twin sisters of places the boy used to visit. I Blur birth certificate about July I,

Sneads and two brothers In the I 1 28th and 29th to Interview and receive Hairy Lamb, the Madames Turner Enclose clippings from the hometown I and the cost is set at $2.00 for each.
armed forces Redln
Kllpatrlck an
where a triple: celebration was held paper.DOS'T j I V.
air cadet! at Layfette, Louisiana and "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" Is the applications for enrollmentIn |:
In honor of Teddy's birthday TELL HIM: I I
I
Seaman 3rd Class Dive R. Kllpat- I subject of the LessonSermon which the WAAC. Third Officer, CHRISTIAN SERVICE
1, Your troubles. He has troublesof
the
Father's and wedding anniversary -
rick In the Coast'! Guard will be read In Churches of Christ, Wreath A. Fields and Junior Leader I Day
and Mrs, W. A. his own I
of Mr.
Scientist, throughout the \\"orld on I ((Corporal)) Katherine B. Norris The Woman's Society of Christian
Youngguish, the daughter of Mrs. 2. Your complaints. He can't do
Corporal Kilpatrick was' born
Sunday, June 7. will comprise the group Service met at the Annex Tues-
and raised at Bassinger and went The Golden Text Is: "Arise, In spite of the Corps presentstrength Turner.. Teddy reports that the anything abort them. I I day afternoon. Mrs. W. R. Howell

to the army; from this county shine: for thy light Is come, and of 65,000 women, 90,0001 I wheat and corn fields at Clyde 3. About things you are deprived had charge of devotional and pro
ol. He an't them.
looks be supply
will
fine and
S they soon
the glory of the Lord is risen upon Army Jobs are waiting WAAC to 'gram, assisted by Mrs. H, H. Raul-
First Lieutenant R. E. McLaugh- thee" (Isaiah 60:1: fill by July 1st. A National driveIs ready for harvesting.V 4. Doleful predictions about the erson, Mrs. C. H. Parkerson and
future He's fighting for that
lln of the United States Army and Among the citations which comprise being Instigated to fill this quota. i Mrs. Wm. Moore At conclusion
Miss Olson were married at Burkely the Lesson-Serm.cn U the following WAAC officer candidates once Misses Susan and Sarah Morrisonof future row I I of business sesison, presided over

Cal, last month. We are unableto from the Bible: "And I saw I again are being chosen from among Panama City are spending a Unnecessary detail about financial |, by Mrs. W R. McNeil, the Martha
troubles. there
month in Okeechobee with their If are I
give further details of the wedding another mighty angel come down ClvlllPli women Nbt since this> '' Circle served refreshments to the
grandparents, Mr, and Mrs W. things he should know about 'I
from heaven, clothed with a cloud: I' privilege was with drawn from following: Mrs. W, M. Clark, who
H. Rusea family finances, and he Is in arlrltlon I
V And he had in his hand a little them last fall when officer quotas "-\s a visitor from Sumpter S. C.,
to about
do
something
,
Miss! Francis Houchard spent last book open: And I took the little were filled have WAAC applicantsbeen Mrs. W L. Burgess, Mrs. K. E,
Mrs. L. E. and little the situation, tell him. But don'tstring i
week end with her parents in book out the nel's hand, and Jennings
of eligible for this honor. Commissions Steno, Mrs. W R. Howell, Mrs
Clearwater, ate it up; and It was In my mouth have been earned by advancing son left Sunday for their home In it out.APPLICATION V I I Wm. Moore, Mrs. H. T, Bass, Mrs

sweet as hcney: and as soon as I through the ranks Instead. : Miami after spending a week herewith IS MADE TO I|j W B, Jennings, Mrs. Roy Draug-
their and Mrs,
Dr. and Mrs Mathew Steinberg had eaten It. my belly was bitter. This policy will also continue to parents Mr ESTABLISH AIRBUS LINE I I nan, Mrs. Elledge, Mrs. P, P. Evans,
and daughter, Miss Joan of Charl- And he said unto me. Thou must operate W. B. Jennings. I II I Mrs. J. A. McNeil, Mrs. H. H Raul-

eston, S. C., arrived here Sunday "prophesy aaln before officer -0- Miss Jo Parrish Mrs.
many pel- To examine candidate: recruit June 21. (FNS) -I erson H A.
DETROIT,
.and are spending' this week herewith plan, and nations, and tongues, and I examining boards have been Mrs. W D. Shine left Wednesdayfor Proctor, Mrs Jean Proctor, Mrs
her home In York after The Greyhound Bus Lines, lookingto
New
r. Stelnbergls brother In law kings" : I established In each district to the with H. A Proctor, Miss Virginia Park-
the : filed
and sister, Mr and -In. Nathan: Tli0! Lesson-Sermon also Includes. spending six weeks here with her future, application I
service command to seleet these officer last i' erson Mrs D. R. McNeil, Mrs C.
mother, Mrs. John Duncanson, and the Civil Aeronuatlcs! Board
Zelmenovltz.Mlu i the following: prom from the I candidates from among the for to establish F. Jenkins, Mrs. W. A Lawson, and
week permission
her brother In law and sister Mr.
Christian Science. textbook. ''Scl-I Civilian women, Florida's will be Mrs, D. W. Cassel.
: Dorothy Conrad ail brother ence and Health with! Key to ths 'cated In Jacksonville and MM W J. Hendry I aerial bus, lines. to Sik- j:II i Bible Study Book will be given

L. L. Jr, returned to their Scriptures" by Mary Biker: Eddv In addition to meeting general I The company plans use Tuesday afternoon, June 29th, at
homes here this week 'rom Plant 'Mono'bev the heavenly evan- WAAC requirements, prospective County Judge\ T. W. Conely Jr., I orsky Helicopter airlines as soon as three O'clock,

City where they graduated from the j I''e1! Taki divine Science Read thlhook + ndldates must score at least 110 left Monday afternoon for Tallahassee machines are made available, While i V
where he went on business. I it will not be possible to start ser- I
that
NYA school at place. from beginning to end. Study the mental alertness test, pass a |I I
scale until after the II i iI
From there he vice on a large AIR
V It" expects to go to AND MRS. W, R. PAGE
Reversing the Leon County: circuit -I I't ponder--p.559ffl9-21)VI ween'hyslcal the examination ages of 21, and to SO be Here be- : ThomasvlUe, Oa, for a general I Ii I I :war, It is hoped to open a line between RETURNED YESTERDAY .

Florida J I check up at the Archibald Memorial '' Detroit and Flint, Mich. as FROM THEIR VACATION '
the Supreme
court, : |I Mrs Pmllne' McCarty and'gnghter I'ore 41 was the age limit. i aif :i : s
Court last week decided that theStat. hospital experiment.
N'M-n of Dearyirn, Mich- Education and experience of ap-
has Planes especially designed by Mr and Mrs. W R Page return.
Board of Administration n."lrvl'd In
Okeechobee Tuesaftern'wi
'cant should correspond to four '
I not subject to close and immediate Sikorsky for this service will carry -
former ( ed to their home here yesterday
legal authority to employ '*An and will spend A years of experience beyond highcheol supervision. I' .
J with their lug-
State Senator Stuart Oillis of De. "'onth here with her father and seven passengers after spending a month at Sarasota -
I level work' study, social or Succesful '
completion of one or 'gaee and will be able to land and
Funlak Springs a< Its legal counsel. ,, and Tampa where Mr. Page
"o'hfr. Mr end Mi) Leo Bonner"t intitlatlve,
Civic fields entailing re-
V more years of college will be considered I take off from the heart of the city. '"ent! for medical treatment and to
Bonne** Bwich Mr and Mrs. ourcefulness and other qualities of
equivalent to
experiences, the
t Bus operators are watching
spend well earned vacation.
B. T. Coleman spent last Sunday Bonner have lived in Okeechobe"f a
in Okeechobee as the guest of I I ''T the 0"8+ twenty three years but 'eldership.Officers to-be also should show demonstrative characteristics qualities such above personal I experiment with Interest and believe They exptct to return to Tampa
as adaptability when
that the day will come
and and Sarasota next week and will
his father and mother, Mr this Is the flat time Mos, McCartv successful accomplishments In one emotional
stability, also the airbus will largly replace those
spend several more weeks there
Mrs. T Coleman.
T. has been to Florida or more positions of responsibility will count, .
now operating over our highways during the summer

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bent any claims and demands NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou I WASHINGTON, D. C., Juno 21- "
Whcct'ip1Tcl! [ Jfrfas i which you, or either of you, may and each of you are hereby FNS > W D. Outman director of YOUR TRUCK TIRES .
I have against the estate of C. 'F. notified and required to I ,he .'o ,':a Econ"mi: Advancement
Walker deceased late of said present !I Council. predicted today that even
Published Every Friday by the I claims NEED RECAPPING ?
any and demands i
Okeechobee News CO., at Okeechobee I i County, to !the County Judge of which ;i tho the Army vacates 69 St Petirs- .. ,
4'I
you or> either
of ,
I Okeechobee Florida, at his you may have
Okeefhobee County Florida I County I :burg hotels It11I net Hlefct th"
office In the coUrt !house of said against the Estate of Annie K. Sunshine City" for It will remain I Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Pierce "

BRYANT BOWDEN ......... .. Editor I County at Okeechobee, Florida, Okeechobee MacOlashan, deceased, late of the only large resort town in the in one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of experience *
County Florida, i
to the j
within eight calendar months from
J A untiv With; amp.e accmm''tI'-( '
Entered as second class matter I the time of the first publication of County Judge of said county and I Ions for winter visitors. Outman finest workmanship, large stock best grade
July 1, 1914 at the Poet Office In this notice. Each claim or demand state at his oflce fn the court houseat says that even with travel restric- I rubber and a reputation for square dealing. You can '

Okeechobee, Florida under the shall be In writing and shall state Okeechobee Florida within tions there are thsusanls: still we1':- rake) an appointment, ship them to us via trucklineor
Act of March 8. 1879.SITBSCRIPTION. the place 01 residence and post office eight calendar months from the in>i suiuhlne and health who will send them
have local) service station to
address of the claimant, and date of the first publication of this flock to St. Petersburg next Tall your us.
RATE haH be sworn to by the claimant, Notice Each claim or demand and winter. We do work for the Army Navy, State Road Department
One year In advance .. .... .. .... 1200 anent, or attorney and any such must be in wilting and must state and large construction firms and
Six months In advance ... .. 1.00 I claim or demand not so filed shall the place of residence and post office ------ -- -- many
Three months In advance ........ 7S be void. address of the claimant, and FOR \LE-1936 Chevrolet coach. fleet owners. Our work is guaranteed and we can
{ must be sworn to the claimant 24-hour service. ,
notices columns W. F. WalkerAs I' by See Mrs. W. C. Mealor. East usually give
In local
Reading administrator of the his agent or attorney or the same t. .:"C',1' A". We also have a large stock of new Truck, Passenger
10 cents a line. Rates for display
will become void I
Estate of C. F. Walker 'I acordln to law
advertising furnished on deceased This 21st day of June, 1943. I and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Bring your certificates
tion Classified advertising" ,apPllca-1
order immediately.
and fill
MARY
First publication June 18 1843 HANSEN we can your .
each word per Insertion As lAa
administratrix with ro tMcCl,
regarding enterprises conducted for I NOTI(t, OK \ITII41IOFOK will annexed, of the Esta i- p ,
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng I La.TlItH.. Of sacs! ) of Annie K MacOlashan 7DAVS Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.Illiyrln .
rates. I II Notlie In v'by d\eii Unit trunk deceased.
- I it.awelI. holh'r uf Tux rtnllhnlf N" i'r,..tollh Iliittrrlp .Ivnlrrjr I
Pout ('oer. -
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Advertising bills 'arpayable on A. I I' 1li-.ll' him Illcil sin",,' In im LIDDON & FEE she 666 \ untying Kimil. Mlr<. t.llililin 1'iilnt 1'0,.

the unknown first of to publishers each month.required Parties to',' :I' .ri""ri"e: has to 1\"r.\' .apnlli o! ]thiTt'cili nllmi r"uI3 Fort Pierce Florida attorneys ; Llouid for Malirwl Symptom SCO S. Dixie Highway, Phone 139, Fort Pierce, Fla.
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material cannot be spared to create extensive new

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,I peace returns to our war-weary world.

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: NOTICE OF \rrl.lf\TIO'l ton li rllu'il, (lioroln ulinll IIP milil to the nod lint pnrt hlnit W of Tnvlnr
TAX lit.MlLIIWI ulirhmt. hhlili'r nt tin1 ('onrt hrn.r dm>ron Crock Inclii'loil' III| 1"'lIlr,1 Park
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Notlco I. hereby (tlvon' that J. P. .Tiilv inn, whlih U till Oth Oily" of fl< acrog.
Ypnti'i" holder, or'Tint Corilfliiiff NoTV duly. 11)41DnliMl Tb. aiHcmment of mid property
I : iMiii'il HIP ll h <|IM' at duly 1 ,ilili tit iliiv nf Til".. 1941 niinVr mild 'erlll1"At. ImniMl WIIH In
A. D Inahno Illod mini |I" inoffli'C HOY It. HA1'\.JoIIIIIIN. Ih. nilliio of nrrlo K. MoNolll"
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are learning that war reaches deep into the lives of It1 tie
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to much less consequential disruptions. Meat and shoes, soup and fIlr i l4' I

gasoline are on a chare: basis, neighbor with neighbor state with state.

The sharing of gasoline, for example, has thrown a nation-on-

wheels "out of gear." Daily going and! coming have been revolution.

ized for millions. Yet with a minimum of confusion and complaint.For .

our part, we pay our respects to the motorists of the South for I

the spirit and aptitude with which they have met these wholly

strange methods and procedures.

Thank you, Southern car and truck-drivers. You have shared your

gasoline without grumbling. You have quietly adapted yourselves to ., .

the coupon, to the tire inspection requirements and to the sometimes

annoying details of regulation. The oil industry is carrying a heavy ,
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/ fine Inter from your son, Joe, this morning. in is the best disciplined, best behaved in
Mighty nice of him to take the time to write our history. Just last night I was reading
I OIL COMPANY I me...I know how busy they keep the boys. an article that quoted a report signed by
I ,. That's a fine camp he's been transferred to five chaplains in the very camp where Joe
INC: RPORATBD Dr KENTUCKY: up in New England." is now training. I remember their exact
"Yes, Catherine and I had a letter this words which were "there is no liquor problem \ .
morning, too. Said he was writing you. .. at this Post." And I understand that's
he's very fond of you, Judge. Catherine is true in camp after camp all over the
certainly proud of Joe and proud of the great country. And i if.Catiiejine: oulcj like to
Army he's a part of." see that report, i11 drop it off at the
"She has good reason to be, Frank house tomorrow"
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To 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


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


been paid: Florida, will sell all 'lands in the City of Ukee-



chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which


City of Okeechobee taxes for the year 1942


have not been paid, on the 5th day of July


A, D. 1943, at the City Hall in said City of


Okeechobee. Lists of lands to be sold have been


SAID SALE WILL BEGIN AT NOON posted at the following places in said City of


ON JULY 5TH, 1943. Okeechobee: .


I Front Door of the City Hall


A Bulletin Board in the County Courthouse


Bulletin Board in United States Pest office '


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