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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: July 2, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 29-Number 2 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 2, 1943 Price Five Cents

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LISTS RECORD" OF CANNED -+++++';' I 1 1 1 1 I 1.20+++++++++ (.....;-:..:..:..;... .:.....:. (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":' MRS II. II. RAULERSON AND I
Miss Constance VEGETABLES AND MAIL Y y MRS ROY DRAfGIIN ARE ) Lions Club Held


Finger In The I There:MISS has FRANCIS been more ::!F:; Pleasure Last.. :1'Y i: H. CIVILIAN H. -Raulersou COMMITTEEMis. :and: Mrs... i! First Meeting In ,


vegetables and meat in ti flay Draughn were this week appointed !
CommandMiss : v: as a Civilian Commute to New
Ferry County It this would year than be any :i:: Strictly non-essential travel on trains $:. alit the recruiting of WAAC'S in Building

year. :: buses must be eliminated and vacation ::: 1..;.eechJ e. The appointment was -
know what the total canning : :{j j
made
Constanre Finger who during the visit here of corp The Okeechobee Lions Club held
taught :
school in the Okeechobee our County. Miss Francis ::::; must be rigidly limited The office of :| cral Norris and Mary Jane Kidwell Its first meeting last night In their

High hard, Home Supervisor of ::: Transportation directs this earnest :5ji:: I' U the recruiting office at Miami. J tW 1 ome vnichvas purchased:
School the past two terms has received Security Administration, is '' In addition trl .
several weeks
_: to and adds lhat it is im- :: general requirements ago and It was decided
orders to report to 319 to make a county report and ::, everyone $: prospective WAAC candidates by the members of the club

Army Air Forces Contract FlyIng appreciate having your to apply a system of travel priori- :%::; I I must pass the physical examination to remodel the up stairs part and

School for Women at Avenger! record. Please turn in the ::1::, Therefore, it is up to the individual. He :$:: I and be between the ages paint the outside of the building.

Field Sweetwater. Texas on Mon. of vegetables and meat you ;t ::: either assert his "privilege" to visit Aunt :$:: of 21 and 50. Heretofore the age The members decided at their
day morning July 5 at 10 A, M canned since January first :: I until was 44 years meeting to make a large recrea-
Miss Finger signed up for the Wo wll have an accurate count :::, and possibly deprive a man of a trip |:|..I V tion hall up stairs where the meetIngs -

men's Ferrying Command several I, the variety of vegetables :::: on ful'lough-after months of service,1:;: Lucile Stelo and Molly Bowden would be held.

months ago but was not called for I mount of each and whether :i: forego the visit in favor of the service man, $:: who are employed In Sebring spent Just when the work of remodeling
active sarvtce until ,after school 'I :: : Wednesday ought and Thursdayhere. the building will begin Is not known
closed here this In pints or quarts. Just list ( ::::: the civilian on war business. The same ;$ but just as soon as the necessary

spring. I record on a postal card and ::: cannot render double servic The public : materials can be obtained the
While a senior at Lenoir Collegeat ; :<; --o-- work
Hickory N. C., Miss Finger had | or bring jour record to the see that the war comes first. j: County Judge T. W. Conely Jr., will get under way.

under the opportunity the Civilian to take Pilot up Trainins fining lthe[Security ration Office board which office is in ::: Organized troop movements by rail arc :'j s!_: ThomasvlUe.:as returned, Ga.from, where Tallahassee he went and I I mew The members Club has and also Btvvral added more four

Program of the Civil Aeronautics County O>urthous>e, Please : at the rate of over 2,000,000 men ::1: 10 undergo a physical checkup in I j are expected to join within a short

Administration and after taking your report by July 15th :: month They require the constant service ;:: the hospital at Thomasville. i j time and all of the members of the

the course she was granted ----VFuller ---- ---V I club are interested and active in
a priv- I : over one-half of all Pullman sleeping cars ::1%: its work.

ate Avenger lIcense.Field While she will In training receive five at Warren Is ::: of nearly one-fourth ( over 3,000)) of all :$:: I News Of Our Boysin I After the organization of the lo-

months additional training In 1 ay coaches $: I, cal Lions Club the members decided

which she will receive 240 hoursof In Lead In Poll :::: Soldiers make an average of eight moves :{;::[ Various Camps :l I to buy that a building it would where be a the good meet-idea

ground school and 170 hours in :: railroad between induction and embarka- :: ; I
the air after which she will be I :: $: Ing could be held and arrange

placed In the Foryln Commandthat Of House ::: for service overseas.! It takes 356 pas- :;{:, At Home & AbroadJune ments could be made for a recreation

:: :: I place for the members and
operates under Civil Service ;:: cars, as well as 82 baggage cars and %;:
The Ferrying Command of which ("ortIyt'rs: News-Press] :: their friends. Afiy: several monthsof
made in 65 trains to
::!: 900 freight cars, up $: talk and plaiBm>r several different
Miss Finger will be a part is used Interviewed on the 24, 1943A
In feryln planes from the factoryto ments of the legislature on ::: an infantry division of 15,000 men and :}t':: P O. 809! c-o Post Master I buildings they decided to buy

the air fields In various partsof turn from Tallahasee a ::: equipment. Movement of an armored ;$:: New York City I the old Davis building that was

the country and from one airfield weeks ago Rep Willie: ::: \" and its vehicles requires 75 trains of ;fi:|: Dear Bryant: owned deal by Hugh Chandler and a
was made with
him In which
to another. This ferylng servlce Lee county reported that a I am over seas on a Base job do-
la a very Important part of vote of the members had been :!: 28 to 45 cars each. Furlough travel on ;* 1113 Landscape work, have a good the building was purchased.With .

the war effort because It releases en just be rOI" TdJ -1 :i: scheduled passenger trains equals :*:: I job am making 10 hrs. A day the purchase of a new hcme

many men for actual fighting at that Congresman Lex Green ::|: the volume of organized troop ::j; Have p.enty. to eat a good place ij.leep I and the membership growing and
the front out way ahead." with Fuller : : But It Rains like hell Wish the general Interest that is being
:: vcl Both to increase substantially :: '
are shown the
by members the Lions
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During the two years she taught ren second. 1 could tell you where I am but I
the months immediately ahead No :|:: I I Club of Okeechobee is fast taking
school here Miss Finger was very | In the Mall Bag colleague can't. We have two more Okechoee -

popular with the students as wells Duval county Rep Blrt C, j: ; railroad 1 passenger cars or 1 locomotives, ::1: I boys here One Ls a Price boy: I its place among the more active

.' the people 0: the town and was :' who says he was there all the ::: no new intercity buses, are being con- :|!:. : his father used to run a mattres.Factol'Y .-.. clubs of the state.
active In church and school affairs and knew what was going I during! the bocn The ether I
es veil as other civic affairs an1: slsts that It was just the ]1 :{: t e(1. $: one is name Duke who used to iBiilPageTsliTTampa

will be mlsed ns n member of the around with Warren j ::: These are a few of the reasons why ci- ::$: I I ork :Jar Gilbert Cul'jreth! as a ; I

Okwhcbee High SrhrH l \ntlh | votes Green 23, Speaker ::: are being asked to limit their traveling :<: mazhannlc who has charge of the
At present she Is visiting her parents '''Simpson 8 or 9 and the rest I 'Fords here. I want to stay over Very Sick
Mr and Mrs O C. Finger |Itel'ed. Rep Byrd says he :::; It is no sacrifice to limit your travel- $::f.: i here until Christmas if I I can I

of Fort Myers but former residentsof i in any other poll) or ever l'l'I ::: to necessity if it helps your boy get home :J:: I want to come home. Bryant if I -

Okcechobee I I any and thinks this is the : fm:1nuh o,' nf'p.f1 fi-pshtnn.] : wh ich, hi; ;j{' ". J, was able 19. get, .n\C1MYOrQIJ' J.AJUld >uMv\..and. Mrs .W. R. Paga,.l'ft. t
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v. I Iwlitlh' Rep. Stewart must : \' : News Review "" .1 send it to you but send me Monday afternoon for Tampa whet"'
fered | .=; depend.-Industrial the Okeechobee News. I am glad they will spend some time while
Clerk Is :!: I
County Probably It is Reporters : . . ................... ..*. .... .. ... .... .... : Walter Clark was reinstated. Give I Mr. Page is undergoing medical
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eyed the session don't recaU --- my regards to all. I will bring you treatment Mr Page spent three
Home From Meet i other than the one taken by a '1.1 qt. of African Rum when I come weeks in Tampa and Sarasota rc-
ra'a foi the new seat in congresstor I
association man who former"H The Re- .joine Write me. ently and returned to his home
I Of this district and quite a numuer -
figures given by Rep. Byrd I Your Friend I here for a week before leaving
Cl<"-i? of Il'p Circuit\ Court Roy of names have been mentionedas
But be Chat as it may it William Guy Stovall Monday Mr. Page has developed
R Raulerson has returned from i po&lble candidates for thU of- I .
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common opinion in political Bill i I I a trouble with his throat and while
Jacksonville 'hl''''' ''.* attended a i .ici In the Primary next May and i
that the legislature prod A letter from Bill Bowden who Is lt>is serious it is not dangerous
mfp'ln"\ or i-ii* conn'" Clerks those more prominently
an among
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candidates for governor and stationed at Keel.er Field. Misstates Mr. and Mrs. Page moved to
other Countv and State official nn.'i ,s nec.l* is Mr. Stewart. the
I Be Candidate
the outstanding aspirants i that he has ben sent to the Ckeechobee burlng the real estate
The main purpose of the meeting I author of the bill creating the new
who they were before Fuller army hospital at that place with boom of 1925 and 1928 and boughtthe
was to try and clarify section 38. I district. In discussing the possibility
ren and Lex Green. They trouble with his feet and legs. land and built Page's Auto
chapter 2279. Senate Bill 547. ACM Eluert L Stewart cashier of of his entering the race next which have
been campaigning right along i, camp they operated
of 1943 which! amends the tax law Bank of Clewiston and! .. aMr ,Stewart said that lie was
nobody else has. Moreover: i Pete Tomasello Jr. who is with ince pulling through the depression -
that was posed( the 1941 Legis receiving much incouragement fromraucal.y I
by in the Legislature
". friends are campaigning as j I the Army Air Forces stationed at years doing business at the
lature. illustrated: by the manner in i! Hendry County since 1930 was .. every section of the district I At on Park, spent Sunday in Okee same old stand. Mr Page was
Mr Paulerson states that it and while he had not decided
was Rep .Byrd took up the straw | who spent several hours I chobee fishing fi lends. He enlist- elected as a member of the City
the opinion at the meeting! that I Monday afternoon. to make the race he. was giving it I
story to set it straight for his | s I ed in the air corps several months Council at the city election in December
the hw wovlde that un'es delinquent I serious coaslderatioir I
was the author and
townsman. Fuller Warren ago and was only recently transferred 1940 and at the installation
state and county taxes for j i of the new Congreslonal I I
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Blountstown but more I u to Avon Park. of the new officers in January
1940 which sold bv the
were Count Bill Intro-
that was -
Jacksonville's favorite son 1941 was elected President of the
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Tax Collector on July 6. 1941. are I the correction isn't right It and passed by the last session Sheriff Young Tindall 0 Klsslm- Robert Nix wil leave Sunday I City Council for the next two years.
paid en or before! Julv 6. 1941. title' I Fforlda Legislature which Okeechobee. night to return to the Naval Training administration
expected that former Sheriff I mee spent Tuesday The entire city was
to such property will automatically Kin, who has been ;; I Okeechobee Hendry Glades He was on his way to Fort LaddercHe station at Corpus Christi, Texas I re-elected without opposition in
revert tro the Countv Commlsloner woods hereabout on behalf Palm Beach Broward when his automobile broke after spending a ten day fur- 1942 and he was again elected
on Julv 7 and that redemption nlll DaSota, Indian River Martin lough here with his parents, Mr.
Green will get at the bottom down here in the morning and he I President of the Council for an-
be 'orfelted with all outstanding I I counties in a new tied here all until and Mrs. T. H. Nix. His term will not
other
and inform the Mall Bag if he was up day and I I two years.
mortgages end liens being forever i 1 I Willie Stewart's'erslon of | late that night I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steinberg of expire until January 1945. He was
wiped out, Individually owned certificates has much !
been speculation Master of the
-0- elected Worshipful
islative poll is right. this
I Charleston, S. C., are spending
will be greatly reduced If I That Is to say not only the Just who would make the !I Mrs. Ed Alderman returned to week, in Okeechobee with their Ckeechobee Masonic Lodge to serve

not( entirely wiped out Mr Rauler- i dates but their backers are -- I her home here last Friday afternoon orcther In law and sister, Mr. and 'I' this year. He Is also chairman of
sond said. going to it. and here it is I from the Weems hospital atl| Mrs Nathan Zelmenovltz. the Okeechobe War Saving Com-
Mr Raulerson urges all persons year before the primary next senator, (!has received'a lot of I Sebrlnj where she was carted early j I nilitee and takes a very active part I

owing\ delinquent taxes to investigate Occupied by trips to the I j I mention which was start last week Her condition Is very "j Bill Humphries left this week to In ail civic work In .the city.

this law for their protection where they like to have the papers of his neighbor- ( much improved. | His many friends in OKKhobeevl .
before 6. I return to( the army training camp .
July
once or twice trying to get i and diligently spread by I' after spending a ten day furlough I!' Join us in wishing '< I
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shape to pass the army He is a good man having Mrs J. L. Barber and daughter, speedy] reewery and return to his
YANKEE DOODLE DANDY I here with his mother, Mrs Dora
Candidate Warren isn't j! of the soundness that dis- Miss Bettle, and son Mike left ,,I 1 I' Me here.
much when last week for Jacksonville to join Humphries. VMis -- -
around as as < Governor Holland, and .
"Yankee Doodle Dandy" Is a war. Mr. Barber who is employed In the I II j Mercer left Sunday for
nothing else on his mind, will have a lot of courage I the Joyce
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tlmelv Chandler returned to
inspirationIt keps in touch and they into I office of the United States Government Glenn Tampa where she is spending some
with of
gets a race: a pair
has been correctly calculated to I in that city. army training camp this week after
misses no bets. As for Engineers j jo i iI time visiting friends.
like
Warren and
normal I his
play not only upon every spending ten days here with
Green he has his schedule all I -
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emotion but also to rouse the pa- up with the public printing I Dr. and Mrs. T. T. Colman spent''' parents Mr. and Mrs. John Chand j Mrs. Eugenia Simmons, Mrs. J.

triotic fervor of any American. The at Washington and has I one emerges from the legisla I Wednesday in West Palm Beach ; ler. I C. Platt, Mrs. Harmon Chandlerand
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material at hand the life of George with a buildup. Several tried
franked out some I I where Dr. Coleman went to cottasuit Mrs. Mary Schulman left yes-
M. Cohen is perfect for the purpose leases Walter Fuller, who was up I! a tpelalist. He was advised I II Edgar Wilson lent Wednesday for terday for Miami where they are

In netting up full steam watching them, thinks they I I I 110 take a rest and will leave in Washington, D. C., where he will I spending several days visiting
The picture Is one of Hollywood'sfinest. delayed a little while waiting ,'ent pfft" Including Colin Eng- ,1 about ten days for Sealey Springs spend several days going there to friends and relatives.

Potographioallv. musically whether the legislature would who had a fight but excluding CottMivx| >d, Ala., where !heitl attend the wedding of a boy who is -.--- .
and In choreography too. It Is well serving In the Marines with him.
I llsh his Job as Watson, who didn't. Mr. Eng spend three weeks. I II '
nigh perfect. Sight and sound From there lie will go to S-yi run across a soul yet that I ever
also he has been watching the experts think, will need a I
have been Mended to make a 'creenmasterplce. I V Diego Cal, where he will again Join k ew before I et'r"ltJ1P"a'y..
| howell Claude Pepper was more seasoning before run- I The Sanford State Farmers'Market his outfit. Was lions on f'K'Uf: i 110 month
1;Ilni' with the electorate. for and while the at- the
Jams Cazney. star of the picture governor closed the 1942-43 season ago and was really surprised at
demonstrates his versatility as he new sixth district was general is ready it depends with a total business of approxi- HEADQUARTERS TECHNICAL I amount of money there Is in Flori-

Ring and dances his va- throughit I was lame-ducked and he takes a punch at in mately m million dollars accordIng SCHOOL I II da now Florida weather was quite

and plays emotional scenes as per has recently been hold to a statement released last I Army Air Forces Technical Traininj ,,I a change after nearly a yetr of

well There is a long distance from ing that whatever take they the way matters stand Fuller i vliek, ,by market manager H. J. Command, Buckley Field, Colorado. It was snowing when I
him he can
the Cazney "Angels WIth Dirty I talk them out of it. These I and Lex Green will top i Lehmann. I I Denver, Colorado left here on my furlough Since I
Faces" to the Oagney of "Yankee left Lex no place any poll that Is held these --- I I June 25 1943 came back it has turned warm
velopments FOR SALE WHITE LEGHORN 1 tut still cool at night. If
Doodle Dandy. Walter Huston .and for the governorship and unless there is a change Mr. Bryant Bowden Is plenty \.
Rosemary DeCamp capably enact I except PULLETS ELEVEN WEEKS OLD Okechobee, Fla. I transfer out of here I will let
situation
Ocala Ilt.'Iteek he appeared they are likely to
the role of Jerry and Nellie Cohan. -TRIPLE A GRADE ROY TOM- Deer Bryant, you know where I go to or Bill can
A show-manlike touch Is the castln 1 the sheriff's convention the run-off for governor next LINSON, PARROTT AVE. j lave ,been receiving the News all see you and tell you as I sure wantto

of James Cagmey's sister, Jeanne them what they suspected. The war may bring home a I I V- r l most every week and am taking get the News as long as I can

in the role.of Join Cohan his There no doubt will be or Fuller Warren may get in it WANTED-COlo: help for hotel time to thank, you for sending me anyway. Again thanking you and

screen sister > didates. though probably otherwise even that Jax barber i I work. Highest wages paid. Wire this news of my Okeechobee friends wishing you the best of luck I am,

At Gilbert Theatre Sunday and many. Dewey Dye of to be able to prognosticate write, Sarah T. Gifford. HarI ll.-ve been )Ir 'he Army Air Forces Your Friend

Monday -.r former state attorney and coming I IeI' Hall .'t..brint. Florida. Alirrst a >ir -ta' end have not Sgt Jack HendryRobt.

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-I- RINGING 'EM -, In The Court Of The County I icrllied therein ihnll hr mill to, the I,
(( Ndus'L UP I highest Mcliler nt the CourthouiK utter
Dheccljnlic ; Judge, Okeechobee County nn the Irit MiHidny In the month of Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee
Florida In Probate. July, 1043, which li the 5th tiny of
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Published Every Friday by the In re: Estate of C F. Walker, thus IMt tiny of JIIIIK, mil: I
I I HOY 11. HAI'I.KimONClerk : ..
Okecchobee News Co., at Okeechobee Deceased. Circuit Court "tikweholiee
Okeechobee County, Florida I c To All] Cicdltor'a and Persons Having ( County Flit rltlii Friday & Saturday
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BRYANT BOWDEN ... .. Editor C Said Estate: I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Donliln feature
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---- - You and each of you are here- You and each of you are hereby DON BARRYIn
Entered as second class matter I
July 1, 1914 at the Post Office In r tr44 tZst. fci\ notified and required to precut notified and required to present |, -
claims and demands which
any -
Okeechobee, Florida under the any claims and demandshlch I
I you, or either of you, may have Wyoming Wildcat
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. vou or either of you, may
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RATE F.I I MacOlashan, deceased late of

One veer In advance .. $200 Walker, deceased late of said I Okeechobee County, Florida to the I

Six! months In advance .. 1.00 County, to the County Judge of County Judge of said county and BUSSES ROAR "

Three months In advance ..... ,75 Okecrhobee county, Florida, at his state at his office In the court house I
office In the court house of said at Okeechobee, Florida within with RICHARD TRAVISAlso

Reading notices In local columns CounU at Okeechobee Florida eight calendar months from the I
and Cartoon.
10 cent a line Rates for display "'Ithln eight calendar months from date of the first publication of this I : War news

advertising furnished on applica- the time of the first publication of ,, Notice Each claim or demand ,
tion Classified advertising, 2 cents 4.4 ihls notice. Each claim or demand j''must be In writing and must state I Sunday & MondayJAMES

each word per Insertion. All Items .G4Lf I hall) be in writing, and shall state the place of residence and post office .

regarding enterprises conducted for lie place of residence and post of- address of the claimant, and CAONEY
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profit are chargeable at "dvertlsln&r $ .rsre.I i'j rice address of the claimant, and must be sworn to by the claimant. -In-

"Rtcs I eHo 'lull be sworn to by the claimant his agent or attorney or the same i Yankee Doodle Dandywith

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Advertising bills are payable on \ lalm or demand not so filed shall This 21st day of June 1943. JOAN LESLIE
the first of each month Parties ''le void I
MARY HANSEN j
unknown. to publishers required too W. F. Walker :I, As administratrix with I Also: March of Time news.

\ in-advance H'__ ____ As administrator of the :.I will annexed, of the Estate'
j jU Estate of C. F. Walker. of Annie K. MacQlashan. WednesdayHENRY

Some Facts About deceased. deceased. ,
Flit publication June 18, 1843. First publication on June 25 1943. FONDA AND LUCILLE'

LIDDON & FEE attorneys I BALL IN
Cost Bus Travel NOTICE o.' \i-ri if fillS FOU : I'
TAX 111.51)Laws Fort Pierce! Florida BIG STREET
of tons
ffit1flfli Nntlre I le erpltr uhtm that Frinik -- _u_ -- ---- I II
Alt hou\ h "list-, cam mot) that!. mull II, .\\<>ll. huhl..r of lux rcrlllli-nlo NIMi .>
'; laNiiiil the 'Ih tiny i>f August.t
i': tlif l passengers uslnc nm t) 111 tl. Inn tlliMl. same In uu I Coming AttractionsICELAND

'01 m : in'i':cite public tran"po,11011 V t, Trmiuf HVVTUMIH, ::1'I. [i"'ri"rl\"IIO: \ innilinpnllintliin tie IIIIIIM, thereon for Hnlil;i iI I i 1Po eItctt L 'R'A

1 he highway motor coaches -Cmntsw Ins ANGELES FXANINER rprllitrnti riulirati flee fnltnnlnir <|,
.,'rlh,'" proHrt\' In the <'onnt\' -I 1 1Okeeeliehee : \.r M I DAYS
: '1IUI'l' only six per cent of the
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rude rubber and 2'j' cent of Klk : of Okenhohoe LADY OF BURLESQUE
per I IVIL SI i\rcr ix\:\MI\ATIO.\S lot 5 2M. City
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,,i mot >r fuel consumed by all i iinili-r'I'he .mm nlil,. miiipnt Ortlflenlilimiuil,',f sold. prttp.rtt win| i" she 600LiauM ORCHESTRA WIVES

ommercial vehicles. These facts Examination to fill Federal tin' nnuie. of Tube NoUoiiI'nlcim : THE NAVY COMES THROUGH
sere' disclosed by the National Association WIatlJ:1.Bu'f'1lI.V : p.:sts requiring doct:rs. pri.Uiiitj doiinnil aeporilluu milt) Ccrllllciile ti> 'tire'. nlnlll piopeilv) ,h. 4 i I.1,' I for Malafsi Symptom .i I

of Motor Bus Operators : iii.ut" s, and student nurses 1'10-1 i I I I_ _u .___ __u__ _
,i. a comprehensive study of war- \ f\l'\ iJ 1V US announced today by the U S.
imp transportation problems con-
Service Commission
DIXIE CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION SALES PENS
'omlng the Industry. 'Smoke f afers'A I The need for doctors In special!
In traveling 1,113000 miles to fields ranging from aviation medlIr.e Okeechobee, Florida

ransport 692 million passengers battles agon loaded with various .- to gas analysis was emphasized Report Of Sale July 1 1943
fast year the 21480 buses In Intelnv '- explosives, bombs, torpedoes Ill rejecting; the vital war work'n
,' service used 165,000 tires. and gasoline is not the safest pUce medicine being done by sucha I 89 head of Cows brought from $ 710 to $10.90 ($441136) Av. $49.56

each weighing./Approximately 50 to be with a Are raging, so all but .en.cs as the Public Health Ser- 6 head ol Calves brought from $1000 to $11.75 <$ 225.09) Av. $3751

pounds This 48*a total of 4.120 the smaller slups of our Navy are .r ,,md 0 hpn.I 25 head of Steers brought from $ 900 to $11.10 (1357.92 Av. $5431

tons 01 less than one-sixth of all equipped with elaborate Ore fighting I M D. graduates of accredited 26 head ol Heifers brought from $ 700 to $1090 ($1,13199) Av $43. 3 .

he rubber allotted to trucks, taxis apparatus? medical schools who have had .t 2 head of Bulls brought from $ 860 to $ 8.70 ($ 15702) Av. $7851 .

and city buses, least 5 years of appropriate pro- 2 head of Yearlings brought from $ 980 to $10.70 ($ 6849) Av. $3424

As pioneers in rubber conserva- ,, fe-1 teal) t'xpel'lence111 fill positions 150 head of Cattle brought ($763437) Av. $50.83

'1011 members of the bus organiza- of Senior Medical Officer, Sales fee two per cent gross sale and three cents per head recording costs. ,

ion report they ordinarily average S.e S. ,,' R9 288 a year. Doctor: with 3 years All cattle sold In rotation as received and In groups by class '
letter than 40.000 miles per t lie 01 experience In addition to a requited We have been requested by the Buyers to advise them In advance of the e !

with many tires giving 73,000 mile, I internship may asume $4,423: number of cattle to be at the Sale and it is to your advantage to advise us on
", wear Even when discarded for with 1 the Monday of Sale Week the number of cattle you expect to bring. A card to
positions and applicants
safety reasons. the bus tire iitlll /, '>: #) year of internship may be used in this office will be appreciated. !

!has enough reclaimable rubber to jobs Df Associate Medical Officer, BRING YOUR CATTLE EARLY SALE STARTS AT TWO O'CLOCK I;

hake !several passenger car tire.1- 4 $3.828 a year. Salaries include NEXT SALE JULY 8, 1943
The Consumption of gasoline ami
overtime pay for the 48-hour week.
diesel motor fuel was even less in .
Doctors will not be ofleied -- --- -- --
i appointments --- ---YI ------ I
companion The typical bus. which
however, until they are
carried 19 for mil
pa.sengera every
I cleared through the Procurement
'J. operation averaged six miles to I
Service
and Assignment for Physlci -
the gallon a figure not far below It may be thdt this equipment I .n!> of the War Manpower Com- ,

'he average of some of the larger never will be used during the entire mlslon a move designed !to guard : / ,
pleasure cats. The total by, course ot the war, but it mubt .
usage I ...
I against, 'transfer of doctor( from =; .1-.1I
intercity buses was 4''.> million bar- be paid for out of the War Bondsnd p aces w here they cannot b? spared. /
:.P','. ot motor fuel!, a fortieth of the Stamps that we are setting aside I / .
each payday. ... Applications I wilt be accepted un- JI'
I' j 1. "" DwtmtitW
I til the needs of the service have I /
yele
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'icn met There are no writtenUs / ,
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s and no aye limits.At ... /
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ie ." .'d. : \ the Oo\cinmcnt Printing Office .. ...... ,
Taxes To Paid _" :" >"i : : ...... / "",
In Washlnjtcn. D. C., estimators ) "" /
[ fi F5' it-" : ', r 11'" "'" /
neededto /
and Jacket-writers are .
Or Land Will Sell 1"Ja:!. JijjijJit.;; ttd till portions paling $3,628 and ,

'fir $3928 a jear Including overtimepay. ,. r
1? .
] be men or ? .
JACKSONVILLE. July 1 - -Siatmcn mandate that lists of It must do you for the duration. I women wl'h 8 years In the printing t

ands delinquent tor 1940 taxes and Metal every bit we can rake ,. Industry 2 to 4 years of which were i..- r -

covered by 1941 tax certificates be and scrape up Is going Inti V.'j,. spent estimating Job materials and -

prepared Immediately for absolute Production to provide the tools for printing costs preparing job ord- / ...... -.. .
sale of the property through court our Eo\s on the fighting/ fr.s: ers and specifying printing meth- / .. ........ ..

proceedings will be followed. It was = I-) ''! ods and materials \ ...... II
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( ; Will) selected from
be
Florida's jY- Aplntie.: "
decided at the meting of '
r .
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( II'( 1I1): Cou. Clerks here Saturday.The 'r .--. .-.....-..-.. those passing general and practical I 1.
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sale, provided under the 19U I II it' t7- ar.t.en tests t! be liven throughouttl I //z t; al'a1r::8S' ........ ...

.awwill be a final sale and give .. ,.:- L _I 'I countiv, Applicants will be ac- ..... ......
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absolute title .." it-pted in the comm:salon's Wash- .....
MI- purchaser an .
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2.High
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init-n office111 11ugut .
torn the circuit court Itself a* re- \'II' J-- I .. {.
\ ', \ ; ..... now1or
school
girls graduating
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tilts from a mortage foreclosure t.;;. .j I .. "
l sometime before January 31.
:rhere will be no period of redemp-
lon after this sale. Il;: V- 'IJH may applr for student nurse ,

Le4al questions will be probed raining Tsyihl.iirlci at St. Eliza- r1io KNOW the highways of the nation has long been thei
while the list are being made up : \eth's Hospital Washington. D C,,.

m submlslon to the county com- ( -J I[ Fede'al institution fcr mental dlscrrieis i business of cur Travel Bureau. To chart the roads on legible .
Classes begin Octorber,
.ni,\toners for court action. The
'!tots must be delivered to the com- It- \. 1043 and! March 15, 1944. Approximately maps! to classify them es to surface and character: to spot the :; ,

.111.;;lIers within 90 days from the But start Diving now for that heating 50 students will be sele-ted: sections where construction or other obstacles block traffic- F .
date the 1941 certificates become plant by your purchase of War bv written test. Pay Is $288 a jew .

2 years old-'.hlcli means the Job Bonds every payday through a Payroll '.' Ith quarters subsistence. laundry and to tell all who may Inquire-these are the full-time ';'
n ,* be done Immediately and ex- Savings lIon War spending goes I ud medical a'tntl3n furnished; I .' '.:
ped.tlously. on month slier munth. So War Savings i Apijlic.-tlons] mu .t he fllfd with the specialty of Kyso Motor Travel ureau. ,.
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must keep pace, month after .;
I office July 21. 1943.
Commission's by ,
While the lists are being < omm ,
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month. Put at 'r 'ten percent of
>'ti by the clerk and while' th' your income in 'A ir saving through Information and appreciation Designed to function in peace time, it has been wholly f '
obtainable Mr O. .
'crms are from
:'oieclosures are pending any per-
War Bonds.
s lrr,","n Dttlmtnl Fifth converted time basis. Pleasure "out" for
to
: n may purchase the certificates v > \n" Ro--ional Director a war trips are .
U, S Civil Service Region New '.
it all city taxes must be paid up
Atlanta the duration, but many highways are very busy, nevertheless. .
Offite Bulldinj
< ost
: c there are other penalties If

,u ion is not taken by the taxpay- FOMICTORY I roeo'lla. ir'm first -r second-clasi Officers and men are hastening to camps, or moving from s" '
"i, prior to the expiration of the lrI obt o'flces. or from the United .'

tvio-yeer peifod which In some State Civil! Service Commlslon, camp to camp, or "heading for home" on leaves and furloughs. I I 1, '

unties Is July 7 and in others is I BUY W ,shin-ton. D I i' ', '

August 4.Comptroller. Cleared hy the Ro l3nal Office ol i It is important for them to save time-miles-gasoline- : .
J. M. Lee and several cit UNITED the War Manpower Commlslon., ,

the clerks urged that count}. of- E STATES and the Regional: Office of War In-. j rubber. They ask our Travel Bureau to help them to conservecut I

i ,OIls advertise in newspapers and orm ''tl' n Atlanta, Ocrrgla June
: corners-avoid costly detours. The same consideration .f! ,.
l>. male )ladvlslng delinquents of WARt 18 1&43 I.; "

.i.c pitfalls ahead pointing out I' applies to commercial vehicles bound on missions of war I., ".' '.
'hat 'ge'ttng cash Is the 'meat' of BONDS iii" .
tic new laws and folks who are : necessity. This service is free. ;.\:' ,

delinquent will be wise to go ahead AND I '.- "

and pay up because they will lose STA? iPS 'I' >. .
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their property If they do not" "

When the property li sold under 1 i 1.b: .

the new law It will carry a merchantable !

title without laws of 1

any kind and the owner who procrastinates '
first time In the history of Floridatax
will really lose out.
Title insurance companies have ap- sales Tills makes It ne.sssa '

proved the procedure the legis- or delinquent priperty owners to i STANDARD OIL COMPANY .,

lature was told and from now on 7et busy immediately and check I

ten the county "takes over" title with their :local officials 1 N 0 0 R tr 0 R A T a 0 I N N N T Y a N T
v. .:. ._ II
and sells the land or anyone else --- I I

buy it after the court decree, the j FOR SALE-1936 Chevrolet coach. I

purchaser can secure title Insurance See Mrs. W. C. Mealor, East )_ ...

Insa\n; a icund title fcr the. :C.q..n''bce. r cPAGI



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NOTICE \prtir\Tinx FOIL I Julv. I'm! whk'h Is the 6th duty, <>' under tall Ccrtlflontei lnmiPil wan In IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I Acts 1037' ,, known as the MURPHY
TAX IIKED I lulv, lut.'l.: the nnuic of Cnri-lR R.:! Mi'Npll.I'lilfM | *
Lowe of 111,1.5 lin'i, -I) Ills l In 'I m lit Toile, 1I1I3. mill CiTtirlontei shall bs r.- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I\:< ACT the following described landIn
Notlop I I. lii-ri'liy. |tl*'[ i" that ,I (', I ROY It TUtH.KllSOX.Clrrk dri'tiii'il nrronllng to law, property dt- AND FOR OKEECI10RF.E WiM
VPiiti-i. luilili of Tin iirilltiiiliNo.( ) Clri'iilt "iiiii't nf KTlliril therein shall ho surd to the (' 'W1ud'lf0# 11 Okeechobe County Florida, will
75, usual, I tinIrh ,|mof July. OWrhiiliee County, 1''I'a'I,hI'IrenO | tilnlixi lilililfr nt lln Coiirthouiii) lour COUNTY f FLORIDA: A. I" linx IIIM II IMnil., ., in mv ( \ ("."rl Spnl -"< ih" Brut Mmiilfly In the, month of ('ERY,
"rtloIII| : ,H inill-' ,11'1'| | \i. iiil.ni fur n In i. 101.1.:\ wlili-h I I. thp nth' ilnv of WAR DONDS for the highest and best cot>h bid,
"AX Treed hi h,. lUll,'" Ih,-." "". Mull MI1H-K OK .U'lM.IC-ATION FOR 11110 11)13\ Foreclosure oi Mortgage. subject to the right of the Trusteesof
'rlllh'nl'? rluhrues, 110' luliowli.v, \ T.1i) KII.IIW1 > "in 'I title lit dal\ "f ante UH3IOV Notice to Appear.
wrllii'rt |I'. in i !in. i niiiitr 'ii" of 1933 It. HAl'I.KHHON the Internal Improvement Fundto
Okiwlrtilii i; MiitiKliuliln.! ', tn'-wll. Clerk Circuit Court of B. C. Reeves Complainant, Battle' WagonsWhen ,
I Notice I" lnTi'liv Klvi-n Hull F.illin, reject any and all bids at ,the
.f Florldl
ltwt4 : si: Okewhnlice County vs.
Car '\I"JII-. \i'IJI"fr. W'nril. hold "f 1"1\ iVrlMlnHi'i Co i Court House at 10 A. M. on the
run' tt : : hta I Soul
.I'h'i'iilt Court )
HIM' 11 I 'I ml \ thpinN, ill I-K| 2.17: stud' | 2\0: ;, IMIIIMI\ lln :tint iliu .'' > I B E. Foi'drtam, M Director: and Japan attacked at Pearl Har-
8th day of August, 1943 Element
July A. p IIKMI.:\ Inn Hli'il" minip l.i ----- --- --- bor
had IT
IK mill K: III.l "'( N 'li. oi! Itmiil' iIfllT.1 Trustee of Fordham & Kirkland, wt battleships In service
ft H til.1 fl my oflloe; line made application for j i for road right of way 200 feet
a in l It'll He
and 15
I We
tux Ihvil I'P Snld Inc., dissolved building were making
a to IIHIIIMI thsrenn a Florida -
HW cr .I I s\ "t i .tl: "[ PU'; ? I corporation wide will be reserved from
tun KT Ifl n to 1"OH : HHMIPP H mIt. OriiiirnliPinnruri'i the follinvlnu lu"srrlhed | I ( et nls., Defendants. preparations but the war did not any parcel
N I- Ili' lust r. )xwh nliing Id) N property In tlm County of I 105 07 INCOMEIS wait. These 32 battle wagons cost through which there Is an existing
to pt H"i' \ .it' "I'DII. r !In poll Okfephohi'p. stntt of FlorMii. towlfI..M To B. E. Fordham as director
". .", I I., _'. ) U |H III WlIN I American taxpayer three billion State Road.
8"I I 1'1'; I I I.-U"' ; 7'' I -H'l It Es and trustee of Fordham & KII.Itland.
UI'I'PH ". .- 1'., I ::. I:., ::, II'', I I dollars for a two ocean navy. The Lots 1 to 12 Inc Bile. A, South
The ,.urns and i -ml, / (>i.n'iniil.r -|> I brasnl OUR QUOTA\ Inc. a dissolved Florida Corporation war teemed far away then. crn Pines Addition.
.
1 M.I I i MI'I "11 "."'1"| \\ tt I'n' I : residence unknown M. L.
till' 'mill" ..'.. I Ml II >U Mfill' ''i 'M I I 1..1 I\. rpt| truth III Win ; TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL
..< I I Hill',, I Hlll'l,! I Iill' h ..,. I Ili'l" Ih.1 ,II' 1 Iu't, 'I I Ix hl'of I lei I I Fordham as director and trusteeof
t oat' "'\ ,,, l1,, ,I It'sI'rltoI |I' I I i t n,' I i il I I1I \ 1.y., IN WAR BONDS IMPROVEMENT FUND OF
) ,i'' I", I,, ,'J, III,, """11 I ,,, ''III' I I ,. ,. '.?. | ,'I'|,. Iii.! UK,' I'", I Fordham & KIrkland, Inc., a I THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
lilirlii-m, 'I 'alp" "I I Ii. ,r 'mug,. I. 01"I ..,r I IS) aerft dlsolved Florida corporaloir--
on Ilii, li MI \1"1\' l Ir,,, II". ..r f I The nU"I.me"t of nnlil prnpi-rly i I dence unknown; Fordham & Kirkland 1, By Roy R. Raulerson, Agent
mIp I Wf Trust ees I. I. Fund.OkecchobEe .
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Inc, a dissolved( Florida
-- ----- corporation I County, Florida

.- ,- -- principal place of business -

unknown; the unknown assigns I
1HZ OLDeivDGE aAYeeee successors In interest trustee, or NOTICE TO APPEARIn

The Name of the State Of
I any other party claiming by. Jv.

\ through, under or against Fordham Florida:
\ ; I ,:. To- B. 3. Tepee whose last
& Kirkland Inc., a dlsolved Flor-
known address was Indian Town,
ida residence .
corporation unknown .

; B. E. Fordham, as director Florida:
\ You to file
are hereby required
1 t njid i trustee of QteecJiobee} \ City

.. I t l Land Company, a dissolved Florida Now fifty million Americana have appearance in this proceedings,
I I l ri wherein Eleanor Tepee Is suelng
corporation residence unknown; a personal flake in this war. It hat

John E. Kelly as director and trusjtee been brought home to them. That's you for divorce with the Clerk of

,: Circuit Court at Okeuhobee Florida -
of Okechobe City Land Company why everyone is Increasing purchases -
of War Bonds on the second day of Ausust
a dissolved Florida corporation -
f S T naiury Difatlmiflorder A. D. 1943; otherwise Judgement
residence unknown; Okeecho- .
-- ---- will be entered against you by de-
bee City Land Company a dissolved -

Florida corporation( principal { shall be published once fault.
Witnes hand and seal of this\
place] of business unknown; the I'a"hl'eek for four consecutive my
Court, at Okechobe. Okeechobee
known assigns, successors In un-I week in The Okechobee News,
County, Florida, this 26th. day of
est, trustees, or any other a newspaper of general circulation
June A. D. 1943.
claiming by through, under or published in Okeechobee
1 I Roy R. Raulerson (CT. CT. Seal
agalnt Okeechobe City Land Com- Okeechobee County. Florida.
Clerk Circuit Court 9*. Judicial -
pany, a dissolved! Florida The relief sought in the above
corpora-I Circuit of Florida in and for
tion residence unknown; entitled suit is to foreclose amortage
Okeechobee County.
? .w parties having or claiming to have against; the following
Sophronia Pease, D. C.
any right title or Interest in the described property; By
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property hereinafter described, res- Lot 6 of Block 12 of Southwest

idence unknown- Addition to Okechobee: Florida MITKK: 1111 U'l'l H'MION
Mill TAX )ttl>
It appearing from the plead according to plat of said addition Inns of 111.1,1
Sull,'"' In lnTi'li.v'' Klvpn thnt Etln
recorded In
ings filed In above cause that the office of No
I'onrnil I hinder nf Tux VrlllViilP
W 4 the complainant herein is en- the Clerk of Circuit Court of Mil! l Issued i hi' :'tli duty of "''III".t.A. .

-it 4 titled to an order of publication Okechobee: County In Plat P. tell has riled "I"1 for'III ray Tux"'
rii'ihim ) nnplli'ntlini
against you and each of you Book 2, page 8. IU'l'il; t? 11"t'\I'. thnri'iill. lIr.1 I'Pf
lifli'iiti'ii ,'", brll"'"* the foll'iwlin m-
it Is ;herefoe ordered that you, and for general relief. Hcrllii'il |irouirty| In the County of

and each of you, are hereby Witness my hand and seal of ikiwrlinhw. Hint, nf I'liirlilil.) to wit :

Clerkof said Okechobee, Okechobee I l.ut n. III*. K oUwTholiw' niy
required to fib with the court at : The muwwKiwwt "f ..IItoi"I""ly|

"Yes, I'm afraid there'i no denyin' it, Judge far more..it must provide the base for such above styled: court at hisi County Florida this 28th day iindiT Ih,' niiiiii'sold\ if IVrtlllcnte Mninlf ('".Imm-il..11. will I"

...jeeps and trucks and other kinds of motor indispensable products as synthetic rubber, i "flee In Okerhobee. Florida of June, 1943. {'III,-.. tall' iVrtlfli-iite iihntl hiri.

ized equipment have taken the place of the shatterproof glass, lacquers plastics and I! yow written rppearance
good old horse in modem warfare" many other of our requirements so essential or by :nt'orneyi I Inlaid I i Circuit Court Clerk Circuit liliflii'nt hlilili-r, nt the, rinirthmmi ill"''
I suit the first In1IuSt Seal) Court llrxl .M.ln I" the uiiilitb nf
on Monday "u I Hii >
"It's true of lots of things in this war, to victory .\"11".' 1l1lI"h! : I" ",' ; I\l1 1 duty' "f
Eben. Every day we hear of new tactics and "As a result hundreds of millions of gal. .\ 1943 Uu tame being By Sophronia Pease D. C .Inuu.t uuaUnied : .
111HIIY \ :\.
.t tune
the second day of said month, Sumner & Sumner Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ihl- abut dnl" .
requirements and new uses of products. For Ions are required every year. ? half of which I n. It ..:ItPUV
and thereafter to fUu with said Solicitors for Complainant of
instance, take the alcohol that is used for is being produced by the beverage distilling clerk your written defense, If (iKiii'lii'liw I'li-rk Circuit I'liuiiH.I'niirt KlrlilH.LOST .

In World War 1 this Bet didn't know Eben"
war purposes vitally industry. you that I any, to the amended bill of

needed product was used mostly in making "As a matter of fact, I didn't, Judge. complaint! in said suit at the I NOTICE -Goodyear Allweather Tire,

smokeless powder chemical warfare matersThat's! contribution
mighty important
a war
I time prescribed by law. Herein Okepchobee Count Florida, July life guard tube and Chevroletwheel
als and medical supplies. Today it must do that had escaped me completely" I
fall not or a decree pro con 1. 1943. size 600x16. Serial No.

fes*> will be entered against NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 3U1T6156. Liberal reward for the

I you. That pursuant to Section 9 of \ return.

Conftitrxt Akekolu e.. .p IndustitnHA I It Is further ordered that this Chapter 18296 Laws of Florida. F. F BURR.


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I II I i I NOTICE '









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 The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee

r ,


; c been paid: Florida, will sell all lands in the City of Okee




I chobee, Florida at public auction, upon which I



( 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



S AID SALE 1 !ILL BEGIN AT NOON posted at the following places in said City of




ON JULY 5TH 1943 r.<-- :; <: Okeechobee: '


", Front Door of the City Hall



: Bulletin Board in the County Courthouse



Bulletin Board in United States Pestoffice



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