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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 9, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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 :3 .1' 'hl.hd'. Florida, Friday July 9. 1943 Price Five Cents

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MICHIGAN:' LADV ENJOYS:'

Co. Commissioners BASS CATCH ItEIUKEKEILKM.NG Typewriters Join Armed Forces-One of Four Off to W?". :large Collection


Transact BusinessIn :' 11UMI Delinquent Taxes

Mrs Pauline McCarty and duugi

ter Pauline, of Dearborn, Mica le
Regular SessionThe for home yesterday after spenm> Helps the State

a couple ol weeks here visltui_ m ,
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Board of County Commissioners parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bonn. Tallahassee July 7 (Special -

of Okeechobee While here Mrs. McCarty trleo it Collection
County Florida t of $4,085 COO of dplir.

met In regular session Monday hand at bass fishing and it >unn quent taxes-some running back 16

July 5.' 1943 at 10:00: A. M. as a thrill for her after liavui. p vears-for only $323,000 for Investigations

Present were: Chairman C. E. hooked two other large ones ,na pr-' : and attorneys during the
sn
Drawdy. Commissioners' R. E. Bass were just too much for her to nai. : past biennium has pulled the state

Ernest Hilllard, B. C. Swain and W. die. At last she was lucky enough out of the red and starts the gen-

F Walker serving the unexpired to land one that weighed .tbou eral revenue fund off In a new biennium -

term of the late C. F. Walker; four pounds-and was she ergo .7r .t f F N with approximately $1,250-

County Attorney T. W. Conely, Jr.. ed at landing her first oastn\! 4 r ti&t 000 in the bank Comptroller J. M.

Sheriff L. L. Conrad and Clerk I Florida I II i Lee reported to Governor Holland

Roy R. Raulerson. I I She likes Florida very into .1. a at a press conference as he closed

especially Okeechobee, with Hi.i>i< the books on the biennium It is
W. F. Walker
presented Commission
bass fishing. She she doesi. the
I says it best balance the general
from lion I1d R,1 reve
Spessard L. Hol
think it will be 23 years aI1'' >. .fr nue fund has had at the close of
land Governor of Florida; appointing More(> she makes another try r any year since the boom days.Qovernor .

County him Commissioners a member of from Board Dianlct of- i I She extends her deepest apy. < J Holland pointed out to

No. 2 in and for Okeechobee elation to aU those who \uiv. ; ___ If newspapermen that this balance in.sure -

County, Florida for the unexpiredterm i kind to her while she .' .1 : t the state's ability to operate
and .
II extends\ to them hw \ 1-1. "
efficiently and
of the late C. F. Walker, and I! wishes.Edgar. pay its bills duringthe

same was ordered recorded In the coming year in as much as "we
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office ol the Clerk of the Circuit I start the new year without encum-

Court j l Hamilton ( ioridasQuata '* brances of hold over appropriationsand ,

: 'dead horses' which have been ,
Upon motion by Commissioner tZTYREWR/TERS roRAR4fr 1
I liquidated the past biennium totalIng -
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Hllliard. duly seconded by Commis- Clyde TrammellIn ,
approximately $750,000 and in
sioner Swain the minutes cf the \
I .addition the real estate purchased
ine.tlngs held in June were read
by Woe 1943 leegislature In
approved. ; Partnership I, anticipation
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of the capitol center post war
Upon motion by Commissioner I UI .1.- ....litli ,..l.1 Ul.itui William L. Wilson Uirec.ui, u

Hlliard duly seconded bv Commis ; Edgar C H.mllt"l1ell known ;; bU t in nets market havo .ate t.nrmers'.v.a. itL Lb. lii.s "Ii h'" k mm 3i Our Boys for.building program has been paid

stoner Walker the Oke cbobeo lawer pa.oCi l.'i $ SOCO.nCU Hik ill SJ.lJJ S. n.eeti.ig ot nL market HUI..IJL.., i
of West Palm Beach and
News was designated as the newspaper L. .. a,A i i .1- v i.j d.a.le. .L.J' a r Uajtuua Ilea.:1i on ju.y 12-i: w Various j Comptroller Lee reported intangible
Clyde Q. Trammel who has recently ::; Camps : tax collections for the
bien-
in which laws of the regular moved tin .".. v..I. (, .\. "I'. 1\. ......,' \1... ..itsiute ih. con.uu stasou. On JUT:..
there to engage the nium Increased
session of the Florida Legislature i, a..d ... .-. iA..Jt..: ., .,... '..?, i 4, he will have; a mee.inj o: Inc $1,105.000 over the

1943 are to be printed at no expense !I practice will be associated of law. announce together that In they thA'' pQa.' ". .. ..'" t"1I'( 'V : .U.tuituiai dwUion ol the Flcutla i it; l 'iome & Abroad |!; cost previous for biennium Investigators and and the total

to the county. I L. Wilson) t.-ta e .-.a i..ei dii"c o ,tat.' Chamber. of Commerce ;o; ; lawyers
practice of law wi'h offices on the for this work was only $95.000 while
reports of Marks and Brands nmio.i...cd this: nook -".hie;, he is cha>:man.'l .
7th floor
of the Comeau Building, Mr and Mrs. J. T. Alderman have j delinquent and vigorously contest-
11'011Dstl'lct 2 and 4 were presented (j .--.-- -- _..._MN--_...
West Palm Beach
received
,jln Florida. word that their son J. T'I led estate taxes collected duringthe
and ordered filed n the office I
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1 Mr. Hamilton has been a resident Alderman Jr., has been sent to the period totaled $1,348,000 of the

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Iof West Palm Beach for the past '' i rcat Lakes Naval Training Stat $4.uouuoo delinquent collections the
j:
The financial statement shooing 18 years and graduated from the (AJ LCIM i balance as of June 30, 1943, was
; Palm Beach High school In 1928. \ ins, training.Percy .. I taxes going back to counties
presented as follows: I|
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'He' was subsequently admitted ta: and schools, as a result of decade
Oeneral Fund ..o'... .. $1,426.81 ny Kay I a
practice. tae courts of Florida I .. Sh111ons.! .. Jeff} Wednesdayto of litigation,a.nd the entire legal
r4 ... 2.177.61 i iRoad ... ....
Fine & Forfeiture fund .
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\i and in all *Federal courts and to '" ---- --- ----- leturn to the Army. traininsr less than 3
expensewas
per
& Bridge Fund 3.113.24 ]!, the Supreme Court of the United &is.e.uaes It is I a )..(tila .J (,.ere seemed to: be no restrainton Camp at Plattsburg. New York. He cent and all pad during the blen
Agricultural Fund 163.13Mother's J States He has maintained offices :i. attached to the 238 Combat Batslllon -
I nlum.
Pension Fund 11.20 step any tee v.ueie you\, stanu. Asa travel and among the a,: tuttee
In the Comeau Building for nearly\ of the Army Engineers. Be.ol'e -
Outstanding Ind. Fund 859.94 l ( talon Ae ale inclined .org:. mints I found the Seaboard oflcr- "The tax payers response to Govternor -
ten years. easily and when comroti.ed .ltl1tr'I1. Ing an excursion trip from Tampa returning to camp he is expected Holland's has been
.80 program
Fund
Publicity to visit his
has sister in Jack'
Mr. Trammel in
practiced
Fund 8.75Race ( .,; S"U..t.cns: cr problems, view to Atlanta and return, round tripI remarkable," Comptroller Lee reported -
1938 Tax Adj. : Florida for more than 25 years. H} ,thou and for $17.23: The sonville and his brother in Sump'
Fund 10.000.00 *s ne. alal'mlna.The j Clyde Mallory Line "while tax officials of the
Track i was' born in Lakeland. Florida, and : : weeks have '.e.1 I'I cffe-cd! a round -cr. S. C. ,
ew
Jail Repair Fund 65.83 put trip to New Yon counties and the various state agencies -
I lis a graduate of the University of ,nu.c.i 2I1u.n. Wearing! : and ,I tor t Sunday pleasure: wokers I have worked wholeheartedly
Court House Repair Fund 18.75 Word that
Melbourne cornea: Bill Stratton. ,
Florida. He law In
Fund 6277.81 practiced |ba.k-'bitu,4 en the home front. I I > e uvjed to take the steamer |' and agresslvely to the end that we
1940 Gen Refunding Jacksonville, and In Levy who arrived in India several
t S l.je" and rum-.t, c.i stnue Fivcrlte" from
nacrekept Tampa to Paisa- have had the greatest of tax-
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Victory Tax Fund 4240 served months ago Is1 still In that countryl1.el'e year
County Florida. He two | us on eJ>e. hoot suit iud racial '_nile, round trip 75c. I 'ing-both current and delinquent
Hon. Bobert La Martin. Tax Assessor of \ he is serving with the Unit
the House
terms as a member of ( I ilui. 1111; e 'biok'.n out 'o re The iheatra didn't
: seem to know taxes-In recent history.
presented the Okeechobee Representatives in the Florida leg' 4 ed States Army. In :his last letter
,tll'jJur .tr start and disturb internal that there was a war on for you j, Governor Holland broke In to add
County Tax Roll for 1943. same he says that he Is getting! along I
islature: he served two terms a*
( : activity. c-cvld tee "Fatty" Arbuskle in "The i "and the fine collection effort of
having been approved by Hon. J. I fine! but Is homesick for Okeecoee. I
M. Lee. Comptroller of the Stateof mayor of the City of Melbourne. Lasiett.\ I i,(tiered up r.y pot Eutchcr Bsy" at the S'rand-ad. II ); i the Comptroller has contributed

Florida whereupon by motion of[ More recently he was prosecuting: |pipe--u.e one Ntsvnwn BrjckU. I I mls. lcl1. adults lOc, chiliren: 5:-o. II i ij i enormously to this showing."

Commissioner Hilllard seconded by attorney Board and was County also Commissioners attorney fCl1'the repriuaUve Iron CkaU_SA, 'iue j' Charlie: : Chaplin In "One A. M" at I Slv!
Commissioner Swain the Clerk was I of of Mr. Trammell me dW'11U'e lejis.aii/e session--- fie Bonita at the same rate.TL I of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Harden, left I the legislature had contemplated:
Levy County. and si.ea.-eJ over to the Tampa | high! cost of living that ev-1 Jily' 1 for the I
instructed to insert In the Okee- Li admitted to practice in all stat | University of Miami, I an appropriation of $400,000 for a
chobee News a notice that the' and federal courts and in the Supreme Tr; --.me to spend f n !af.ernoon jo- -r-r.e: VMS co alarmed! rbout an,11'j Coral Gables, Florida, where he has separate tax commissioner In 1941,

Board of ilJver the old files. nnd Congress! working nights was been assigned to take the V-
Board would meet as a Court the United States. Navy the comptroller into whose lap they
24 of I carefully checked! the month of teflected in the following (I vertise. j 12 officer candidate training
Equlllzatlon on Saturday July to law dumped the new Holland tax program
He is also admitted practice
June. 1917 ta see what .vr.s happen. | nierts telling or coffee, 24 and 27 course.
1943 at 9:00: A. M.. for the purposeof like
is,
the State of Texas. He
In then and it caretull cents .
hug compare a pound; Palmolive sc-p 3'j
receiving and hearing any com j
before
wise admitted to practice with what In 1943I j cokes : with his family. Everett has been
plaints on the assessments for happened June I, for 25c; Sleeprell Mattresses. 2Camp Blanding Fla. July 7-
'ithe I Treasury Department and the found U downright Interesting I$15; men's No Fade shirts, 3 for Sjt: Woodrow Walker of Okeechobee In the Pacific for several months

1943 The following, \'ouchersere approved Board of Tax: Appeals in Washington and figured you might find It equally 2.75; Florsheim shoes, $7.50 $8; City, has been awarded the and was on Guadalcanal during

and ordered paid when D. C. so. Here are some of the headlines rreamery butter, 44c lb.; men's lisle stud conduct medal upon completion some of the flerc fighting that took

available: I Mr. Trammell has moved to West : hose !5c pair-ladies' lie; hamburger of one year of continuous wartime I place there. Later he went to New
funds are
General Fund Palm Beach with his wife, Helen "General Pershing leads American 12 1.2 c pound; Genuine Cool military service with character Zealand, where he spent some

Hllliard Sal. Co. and his ten year old daughter Helen Army In F'1'ance"ople ask. '!: Cloth J and Palm Beach Suits. $7.50 rated excellent time. He brought back with him

Ernest Comm., June .. 50.00 Elise to make his hhome. (cd to tote their own bundles" j j and $9 '75: and there were cuffs on 1 I Sergeant Walker has been stationed the following clipping that was

R. E. Bass Sal. Co. V "Four American and five French the trousers and merchants never at Camp Blanding since his taken from one of the newspapers

ships torpedoed In 'eek"CCial '! heard of ration induction. He is now attached to printed in New Zealand:
Comm., June ...... ... .. 110.00 CEILING PRICE SET books. McGuire's
C, E. Drawdy Sal.. Co. I ON UNREPAIRED shortage looms"-"Two mills of du- store in Plant City offered 5 gal- the transportation department of v- -

Comm., June .... .... .. 50.00 "EMERGENCY: TIRES" Pmt Powder Company destroyedby Ions of gas for 25c! to any customer the Induction station, serving as NEW "ANGEL OF MONS"Germans
blast"-"Oompers warns of unrest :' making a purchase of $10 or record clerk. "Saw" Non-Existent Flyers
B. C. Swain, Sal.. Co. .
At Dunkirk
Comm., June ..... .... .... ... .. .. 50.00 I' The following quotation is froma unless food prices stabilized" I more-The Tam:;, Furnl'ure Company 1
Roy R. Raulerson, Sal. Weekly Price Letter sent out by "Ask Hundred Million for Red was offering to cash your Corporal Fred Kohl left Thurs- DIVINE INTERVENTION-

Clerk. June .................. 145.00 Mr'' Harold P. Anderson District Cross"-"Suffragettes picket White $100 Liberty Bond for $110 on a :] day to return to the army training -
I Price officer, concerning sale of un-;i House Angry mob snatches ban furniture order-Haircuts! were ad- 1 camp at Boca Raton after spending
Jr., Sal. I
T. W. Conely F ec. 10 a. m. LONDON, May 13.
Co. Atty.. June .. .. .. 121.00 I repaired "emergency tires." ners from marching; women start vertlsed 25.e. each.We didn't havea a ten day furlough. While on I Recalling the "angel of Mons." a
his he
'1'. W. Coneley Jr., Sal. A ceiling price of $1 per tire for ing riot"-"Japan tells United Barber Board In these days. The furlough visited relatives in story of Divine intervention at
the north.
121.10) unrepalred "emergenpy tires" has ,fates not to worry: about China" Tampa Tribune proudly announced
Co Judge, June ... ... I i Dunkirk is gaining currency in
been established to control sales to Congress; struggles with food bill" : on Its masthead, Circulation 16.500. I
Bessie Alderman, Sal. Sgt. Woodrow Walker who Is attached Britain. The story U that ft numberof
Tax Collector, June 121.10 I consumers of low quality used! pas- -"Sec. Daniels complains of liquor | Rubber companies were using to the Transportation Division German pilots shot down and
sender car tires which now are per. sales to sailors"-"Major Gen half page advertisements trying to
Robert La Martin, Sal. I : at Camp Blanding spent captured during the battle of
Tax Assess, June 121 10 I mltted for the first time. Maximum erol Wood charges people apathet- get folks to play safe with a new Sunday and Monday of this week Britain, when questioned why the
addltiohs to these prices are provided lc""Coal miners strike in Ala I l set of tires. A page ad announced
British
J. L. Chandler, Sal I here with his parents, Mr. and Oermans did not bomb the
84 10 for the tires when they are bama. Doesn't It aU have a sort of' i the new Ecar Touring Model at
the beaches at Dunkirk to a
June on
Janitor. I Mrs. J. H. Walker. Sr,, and fami-
O. C. Durrance S.fcl. Act. given emergency repairs before being I familiar ring? $875.00 while the Chandler Six was ly. greater extent than they did, repli

Pros Atty. June 7410 I sold to users. Ceilings for emergency Then grttln closer home I ran presented at $$1.399 delivered. I ed that they were unable to .because

W. B Hargrave, Sal.. tires are set in amendment j| Into headlines that gave me a And that, folks gives you some Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oreenberger !I of the swarms of British fighters

Supt. Regis ... 7410 No 12 to MPR 107 "used tires and I II | chuckle Here is a sample: ehing to think about. Maybe if you are in receipt of a. telegram from they met whenever they approach'
tubes." effective June 22, 1943. i "Jerry Carter takes office as dropped around to your local newspaper
Victory Tax Fund I I'I their son, Corporal Teddy Green- ed Dunkirk.
tax deducts.! June 18 *9 Local War Price and ,!, State Hotel Commissioner"-"Flori office and looked 'ver the berger, that he is leaving Fort RIley Of ,course a British air umbrellaover

Co. Welfare Board, Rationing Board da Press Association meets in Jack hark files you'd get a real thrill and Kansas Sunday, to come home Dunkirk vas non- xistant, or

Relief ..... ..... .. .. 350 I r V I' sonivllle"-"Legislature establishes noffibe that we've been through all with a thirteen day furlough. He at. least it was of the skimpiestkind

W. F. Walker, Sal. Co. I The Everglades Drainage District Livestock Sanitary. Board and State this before-mavbe when you count will arrive here Sunday. consequently the Interpretation

Comm., June ..... .. .. 5000 has asked the United States Supreme Marketing Bureau"-"Ernest, Amos your change you'll find the balance which many put on the Ger

Z. K. Williams Bondof Court to reconsider its action in states widows' pensions now Increased Is1" 't 8. NM as vat had Imagined\ : E-erett Johns who Is serving with mans' story Is that Divine intervention -

W.F. Walker ...... ..... .... .. 10.00 I over-turning a debt reorganization! to( $15 per nth"-"AllIe e, It. rt'll' a good world and prom the United States Naval forces arrived caused them to imagine

I* L. Conrad attend. .plan which won approval. in the Angle gets Tampa harbormasterpost. ises to be a better one, ao( don't sell In, Okeechobee Wednesday that they saw British protecting

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PACE TWO THE OKEECOOBEE NEWS FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1942fecccljultcc :
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I J500 types. Whci: 14 i I In The Court Of The (' NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou I i CHl'RCIIES OF
Nl'fus Jef St I
were used lor bulbs, now there! Ii i ers resses Judge Okee'-ho'iee" C unty, and each of you are hereby CHRIST, SCIENTIST

111 be four, Florida: Iii; I'n.bn'.e I I
A : cnly
"SACREMENT" Is the of
notified subject
- I and required to present
Published Every Friday by the I The 180 million yards of cloth f Heed For Sirid t In re: Estate of C F. |I any claims and demands which the Lesson-Sermon which will be

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee : saved by conservation practiceswill Deceased you, or either of you, may have read in Churches of Christ, Scientist

Okeechobee County Florid be greatly augmented by nt v Tire Issuance To All C1t:dlto" ai\i TCPis I against the Estate of Annie K. throughout the world on Sun-
>! ing Claims or Domain- :;
MacGlashan deceased
regulations covering the manufac late of Jay. July 11.
BRYANT BOWDEN ..._...... .. Editor S. id Estate: Okeechobee County, Florida, to the
lure of garments. |
The Golden Text is: "We beingmany
You and each
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County Judge of and
Entered as second doss matter Children's sportswear and rayon GUI td Mo- l Is A telegram from by notified ai.d required 10 I county are one bread and one
I state at his office in the court house ,j
July 1. 1914. at the Poet Office In dl'ellSe&111 be simplified, and suit | Rt'b'pr: Director Jeffers t? Price sent any olalma: and j i at Okeechobee, Florida, within :{I body: for we all are partakers of
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Okeechobee. Florida under the formerly considered essentials as | "rlmlnistrator Brown stressing the which you, or either 01 you, I eight calendar months from the that one bread" ((1 Cor, 10:17): .

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. shin tails pockets and night gown need for strict Issuance or gasoline Lav1I.:11I1st the estate of c. j date of the first publication of this | Among the citations which comI .

RATE------ ruffles will be severely pared. On oupns; and tire certificates!: Walker, deceased late or I| Notice. Each claim or demand I prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following '

One year In advance $2.00 the other hand few people probably | .Tr Prtntiss M. Brown County. to the County Judge I must be In writing and must state ] from the Bible: "The cup-

Six months In advance .. .., .. .. 1.00 : will mourn the death of the Trice Administrator, i: ,keevhcibce County Florida at the place of residence and post office of blessing which we bless, Is it not

Three months In advance .75 zoot suit, with its knee length Office nt Price Administration. office LJJ he court house of address of the claimant, and the communion of the blood of ;
County u. Ok echo cc. I must be sworn to by the claimant, '
and .
coat baggy trousers.At ; tr'eral' Office Building No: 1, '.itliin eight calendar months Christ? The bread which we
Reading notices In local columns I
his
agent or attorney or the same'
10 cents a line. Rates for display! the time of the announcement I 'croud and D Streets S. W., the tune of the fir$ publication i I will become void according to law. break, is it Pot the communion

Iff the new simplification program Ilhll notice Each claim or I the body of Christ?" (I Cor.
advertising furnished on application I Washington, D. C. : This 21st day of June 1943. .
Classified advertising, 2 cents I the Of Ice of War Information "I knew you and your organlza shall ba in writing: and shall j MARY HANSEN I!10:18): .

each word per Insertion. All Items I said: Icn here the plate: o> residence -.r.d post As administratrix with I The Lesson-Sermon also In
fully realize the
regarding enterprises conducted for I I I -If simplification of details can for strict adherence to necessity the iUe address of the claimant I will annexed of the Estate ,I eludes the following passage from

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng a-cwiplish the necessary result, announced shall be sworn to by the of Annie K. MacOlashan, the Christian Science Textbook
rates. : tire conservation regain'n agent or attorney, and any '
it Is that which \\'l11l:1e: resorted to I I deceased.
and
"Science Health with to
.. I '" particularly the Key
- during nextfew claim or demand net to lllcd
rather than the total eliminationi First publication on June 23, 1943. 'I
Advertising bills are payable on ; months. We will be making synthetle toe void. i' the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy -
LIDDON & FEE,
f the entire line or entire item. I attorneys
the first of each month. Parties
: "ObejTig His precious
W. F. Walker 1 precepts
rubber
I but there will inevitably '
Fort Pierce Florida.officially .
unknown to publishers required to I There is no desire on the part of be A. administrator: of following His demonstration so
pay In advance.Reduction. the government to deprive its clti ( acme delay in fabricating I I 1---
Estate of C. F. far It-we drink
as we apprehend ;
I It into passenger tires because of a''I
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hens unnecessarily of the things I shortage of facilities, equipmentand I deceased. and impartially represent of His cup partake of His bread

Size of 1 they are used to. manpower. Reports from nil I First publication June IS. 1843. | the Florida vegetable industry in 'I are baptized with His purity; and

"On the contrary," the OWI continued at last we shall rest, sit down with
over the country indicate that ItTill r-- its negotiations with public and pri- I'

"Every effort is beIng help your local Boards perform t'I| vale agencies with respect to labor Him in full understanding of the
Matches Saves
made to keep civilian goods at the Large Vegetable divine Principle which triumphsover
I their duty in holding down mile."f' packages fertilizer spray material,
highest peak of supply consistent death" ( 31:17 22).
and machinery and supplies, freight p. :
thereby reducing the mimlwrI
Much LumberB with the necessities of war. Simplification Growers Met In
I I requests for new tires II the rates, transportation, price ceilings. Land
is decision
not an arbitrary '
public were better Informed of | floor prices, fuel, tires, agricultural -
of government that such- Bryant Pierce Lee.
: these facts. Orlando 1 selective service deferments tal'IfCs -
i educing the length of house and-such and be done July
can will ':, and many other Industry probe Leaf vegetables: .M. D. McLean,
I I and believe it
hold matches by a quarter of an I hope would help I ]emsI'hleh develop. Manatee and Mrs. Ruth Wedg-
inch. 7 million board !i all concerned to get through this
feet of lum. ICSH To Buy Orlando Julv 6--''FNSi I Sixty worth Palm Beach. Canners: Allen
I
The committee will not have the
ber have been saved. rltioal period if you would Impresspon
The OWI's statement followed a ; f'Jollda'/I largest vegetable \\' I Markham. Okeechobee and J. D.
By limiting cook stoves to one ': your boards and In turn have authority to regulate grade or pack,
declaration by Arthur Whitealde. I and grower-shippers assembled Apte, Hillsborough. Melons cukes
extend funds for commodity advertising
model 350.000 [ them advise the people In their
tons of iron and I
dirsctor of civilian requirements, I orlando last week to form a exercise control overproduction and cantaloupes: Douglas Igou and
,
any
steel hate been conserved.All community that all conservation
wide organization. The meeting O. O. Olctham, Lake and Commissioner
of the WPB. that there would be I quotas or allotments or
be
told, the measures should strictly adhered
government's pro I
trousered by the Florida Farm of Agricultuer Nathan Mayo
considerably less for to
consumers In interfere with free enterprise -
. any way
ram for saving strategic raw ma- to. We do not want to be forced toi
buy in the futur. reau and brought | and trade of the Florida in- who can choose his own alternate.
terials by simplifying styles of I I i impose any new and more drasticI
from the following counties: I Directors were charged with immediately
products has resulted in the conservation Spiking predictions that the government I regulations other than limiting elIgibility j dustry. |
'I chua, Seminole, Hillsboro, !! drawing up charter and
would release The following directors and alter-
soon
of 600.000 tons of steel quantities for grade III tires but this
; .
Olac' s. Broward Dade, by-laws and will meet again shortly
of materials for civilian have be done if nates weer named:
17,000 tons of copper; 35,000 lb!!. of may to present elect chairman and
Highlands. Sarasota. Orange to a preesnt.
:solder: 180 million yards of cloth; production Whiteside said that any ( regulations and advice does not I|I Celery, Raoul Lorliig, Sarasota,
nam Lee and St. Johns. who charter and by-laws for approval
227.000 tons of pulp; 450 million increase in the manufacture of consupers' bring the necessary results to tide ,, and H. R. Cobb, Seminole. Beans:
trol approximately 100,000 i' State headquarters for the committee
board feet of lumber and 8,000 lb0' /!. goods would have to come 1 IUI all over this period while we are I'R. I* Chastain, Palm Beach, and
will be Orlando.
tungsten. from simplification of Items er o! !scraping :he bottom of the barrel producing vegetables. I!! \V. H. Blount, Broward. Potatoes;

material made available by confer far: tires to keep essential cars In I John W. Clark of Waverly | H. H. Bailey St. Johns and J. A. ------- .--

,The success of this program and vation measures. serf Ice The people should not re I John Ford, president and Ccx, Dade.Cabbpge.
he I respectively of the Florida I
ever increnhing demand for However Whitesld said that quest new Liras that are nit absolutely \ : A. Duda, Seminole andA.
greater Bureau served as temporary cc1PIAp4
amounts of material for there would be no further lists ? needed and all used tires Wells, Palm Beach. Tomatoes: 1o
tary and chairman of the meetlnat .
var production have encouragedhe sued of bare essentials ordered by should be kept In service until re Luther Chandler Dade and Paul y" 7DAVSN
: which' a stttewlde Florida i
government to extend Its conservation the government and that in th3 rapping Is necessity and then recapped Diekman Hlllsborough. Root vege. I

policy. As a result it has future all efcrt'ould be focuterl before asking to have them cables Committee was set up. tables: : E W. Llns. Martin and John'' "'"- 1666 H
peen announced that more than I T-e! follow-ln'' program was
on increasing necessary production replaced with new tires. I am confident Tledke" Glades. Peppers, eggplantand
1 000 opted without a dissenting vote:
items will be
simplified. wherever possible i that In possession of the squash: H. L. Lyons. Broward foe MMarial SvmpRofS
the committee will be
Duty of
Of the 1.000 items about one half The government's latest order fads: the American pe-iple will co I .
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will be household goods. Simpllfica- affecting civilians came several I oprate to achieve our goal of keep -- -

Ion will limit their colors, sizes, weeks after simplification of regulations Inv cars rolling.; I hope that bv

vies and ornamentation with the enabling farmers to purchase I sometime in 1944 our supply of rut !
j
workmanship In them designed tools, etc., up to the value of ber and tires may be adequate to ,, I

solely for utility. However the Of. I $25 on a simple priority statement! enaMe] un to remove meA If not all / LI

!ice of War information said that filled out by the purchaser or totaller. I of the existing regulations." I I /
'
''lie government will keep a close I 1 W M. Jefffrs.IHE I /
/ I
ion the situation to see that ,
I /
prices will conform to the quality -n.- --- /
; "' I { / ,, "'" I II
,uid the American Standards As

-Delation the National Bureau of : POCKETBOOK :I '" "' '.__ ,1
/ -
Standards and the standards dot"ment .,;

of of the OPA are work- ; (KNOWLEDGE TpPSTr I .. __ .,;

... to safeguard the consumer bung \ ""
I I ""
maximum efficiency of r .,;
I ,.-
"
.',e cf available material. ""- H
-%__ I ::91 \'"
from Cradle to Grave / ru : "
.
Americans will be affected from -\ I aA)7/ -
I -
the cradle to the grave by the gov ; 1 ....... -
.
ernment's' new conservation order. / ...... -

Iron and steel will be restricted M i ry w, / \ ......
I ....
in cribs and baby carriages! and / .. ...

c-oifins are to be limited in length CARGO EQUIPPED PARACHUTES WITH THE TAIL NOW LIGHTS COMA I I r,_'.. ... ,_,.s"it4 :1 '"'.7" ,'" .'I...... 1: ..
.oo1N
to 75 inches: In width to 22 inche" FORMeBLV usep FOR eicyci.es.A / .... ...\.....",.. IIr'II I'mWL..IIiiioiJ.: : : ..... .
.
and In depth to 20 Inches. / .... ....
I ..
Furthermore. Amel'lcans111 1 be 0 i ......
.. A lEMOJ ......
ffected from the time they rKe in i ... MAy ,AnEtjOlJIt. ,

'he morning! till they fall in ,rnuht BUT MORE ITCONTAINS .......

e 506A 9c1AN'TE n
I
SWEETER TASTINGPEACH
Such Items as the heater which i a, .
OR W4TEQMEI dIFMON4 // '
( CONTAIN .,0 KNOW the highways of the nation has long: been the
applies the warm water for the 7
9 8 pert CfOll suSAR' I
r :-!le shower-to bed springs and : A OAysEMfRSENCV 1"'' 'sApfc,4Fc 94'te4MelONi 6,1). ) business of our Travel Bureau. To chart the roads on legible .

-heets will be simplified.The i I
I RATION : to classify them as to surface and character to the
selectl'1nI naps : spot
find
Mr.111 her FOR 5 MEN 16 CONTAINED IN A'BOtf,

". household goods radically limit'I I I -rtB l SI2C PACKAGE OF AN CAN UNABRIP6HP BE TDfSEO DlCTlONARVfHB VMTHOUT / r./1"1f tcctions! where construction or other obstacles block traffic-
@I
Whereas she one could choose I A PARACHUTE. FROM AN AIRPLANE. ? /
end tell all who the full-time
mm 1 200 items of cast iron uten- f to may Inquire-these are

:l K her pick will now be clrcum specialty of Kyso Motor Travel Bureau.
I
ribed to 12. She will also dlsI (

I.\f>r that more than 40 styles of f : .-
Designed to function in peace time, it has been wholly
i.amelware have been eliminated I

When it comes to funrntshlng the I I converted to a war time basis Pleasure trips are "out" for

home, the American family will
the duration but
many highways are very busy, nevertheless.
.ii\e its selection of furniture reduced !

to 24 basic patterns and Officers and men are hastening to camps, or moving from

I. \\1 F 4 >w v j.Ujfrv I
Ice
vpes and stvles of boxes blan
camp to camp, or "heading for home" on leaves and furloughs. y
ph, radio tubes. toilet tissue and -""- N INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIST MSvpevELOPEp i

vallpaper will be restrictedThe A STRIP OF aoiTfloe* N45 A New STETNI COPe
I II TIED AROUND TUB NECK A* \SO SENSITIVE THAT PCCrORS It is important for them to save time-miles-gasoline-
housewife also will find that II I A REMEDY FOB. A 5 THROAT, WILL ee ABLE TO HEAR SOUNDS

tin and, glass containers have been I I IN COLONIAL TIMES. WHICH HAVE HITHERTO eSCAFtPTMt-M rubber They ask our Travel Bureau to help them to conservecut

amplified, along with paper bags I -
corners-avoid costly detours. The same consideration
And boxes and even tea bags -

Cut Tool VarietyTo FOEyiCTORYI applies to commercial vehicles, bound on missions of war

the man who owns his own
'
i y 4 necessity..tThis service is free.
home and always finds something'o i,

do or to the man who Just likes 1'S S Sit

'0 putter around the 'varletv of : 'm: BUY 1 G., 17s t

tools will be cut from 1.150 to :357. i' :4UNITED I

Hammers, axes, hatchets saws,
: ,. ) STATES '
garden tools, auto Jacks automotive ,

repair tools, nails, screws and I WAR.JjBONDS. .t

wheelbarrows are among: the Im

pigments subject to simplification. : ::1 I STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Much tungsten and other material

will be saved by the government $
reduction in the types of !\\ST\MPS ,1 N 0 0 K 0 It A T I. IN K I N T N e 'K Y

electric bulbs. Although! the customer \ .. ,
... .. ... -
can still choose from 1.700 P i :):"F'Z-J

there ordinarily was a variety l of ,.,"" .




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JULY 9, 1943
_THE_OKEECBOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: :
IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICKIHkwi'liolH'e : IHEEDOM: THROUGH
(Continued from Page One) NINTII JUDICIAL CIRCt'ir IN County, Florlilil.NOT'lCE .
GOVERNMENTAll :
Co. Comm., June 4.00 .11I11 H. 1913.
AMERICAN HEROES AND FOR OKEECHOBEE : H! IIBKIiBY GIVEN: ThntIi the distinctive features and
City of Okeechobee, I COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCEKY. II run tut to Si'cllmi I II of Clmi'lcr l''JInl\ ,
.11\\. df h'lniMilii: i Arts, of tint\ : known superiority of our republican irustltutions .
Water, C.H. & Jail June 11.70 BY LEFF !, IK the ''it II'IU'IIAl'1') (the followlnuil.'BirlhLMl
Roy R. Raulerson, Refund I Foreclosure of Mortgage. liinil In )illiiihi'e i'oiinty, are derived from the teach-
II \riorliln., nil) hi nffcri'.l for sole lit ings of Scripture.
on exp chgs ... .... 234 I Notice to Appear. inihlln outcry for the lilifhi'iil, and brat
1'iinh bid miliji'i't) to the right of Clip Everett
E. C. Reeves -
Photostat : Complainant, ..
Corp? Trll. '" of tin IiiliTMiil Iiiiiirovi'ini'iit
| vs. Kuinl to ri'J.Ti any lull all) bids, nttin The very Idea of the power and
Photostat
.. ..
Supplle 460 .
r'T1A
I I'oiirt Moose, tut 110 A. M. lIe,
on
B E Fordham, as Director and right of the people to establish
Florida Pow. & Light, 13th .In)' iif AiimiHt! lilt: EiiHt>mi>nt
Trustee of Fordham & Kirkland for lnn.I rich) or wny L'OO fret wlik' government presupposes the duty
Elct. C.H. & Jail, June 11.99 Inc. wl'l h,- n-m-rveil from any inrrnl'
Okee. Hdw. & Furn.i : 1 I a dissolved Florida corpora- Ihro"lthhh'h) ihon Ii mi exist lug I[; every Individual to obey the estab! ,
.
tion als. Slnti Itnail
et Defendants. unshed'
I I
i Co., Supplies C H. 470 fl.I I To B. E. Fordham, as directorand Ir'.e Lo'a"'III.: niiil 21. I'.lk r, Wright & Patriotism lIovernment.-Washlngton.is a blind and Irra

Raulerson Dept. Store, sJ sari trustee of Fordham & Kirkland Till sTEIN UK, Tilt IMr.ttVAl) I
IMI'ltoVPMKST; "Kl'VH (/F THE tional impulse! unless It is foundedon
I Supplies, CH. ..... .... 368 r I Inc.. a dissolved Florida corporation tiTAn OK Kt.Oltmv!
State Tuberculosis residence unknown; M. L. B\ Roy K. ininlcrwin AI"III"rll.I"rA I a knowledge of the blessings we
J. I. rilllfl OklHM'hol' era called to secure and the privil-
San. Hosp. B. Gainous 31.00 L : Fordham as director and trusteeI County, Florida I
I __.
I I of Fordham & Kirkland Inc., a eges we propose to defend.
Inter -
Co. Tel. & Tel. Co.
j I dlsolved Florida corporation, reslI NOTICF -Robert Hall
Tel. Co. H. & Jail ... .. 11.67 I I XotlriIt I hereby iihpn Hint til* j
dente unknown; Fordham & Kirkland lliiinl or Ciiuiily 1'riiiiiiniiHlniii| of I We must accept the disciplines of
!
Fine & Forfeiture Fund Inc., a dissolved Florida "koi corp- democracy as well as its freedoms
11 n Bonn I of K'ninll/atlun' mi !futnrI -
T. W. Coneley jr. I I oration principal place of business day, July i, 1WJ\ ut I/IM' A. M., fur Discipline; from without flourishes
I the ,'lIr\\>"..' nf renewing soil tiPHrlng I I I
Sal Juv. Jdg. June 1500T I unknown the unknown assigns,
any roes|11))11(5) on tin,* Ilsa,' ">tiiH for when discipline from within grows
W. Coneley Jr. successors in Interest, trustee, oran i'"n I I
C n. Iiriiwjv, I'hnlrtmnt' veak.-Harry Woodburn Chase.
Docket Fees. June 30.00 other party claiming by, I .
rJ It'inril l nt c 'fitiitnlMnluiiftii |I.| Only free people can hold their
,
1 through' under or against Fordham Ok.boh*,> i'otintv, k'lot'Idn. '
Roy R. Raulerson Cost & Kirkland, Inc.. a cllsolved Flor- I AftoBt ItO y It. llniiliTniiii. rh-rk i iHonnl purpose and their honor steady to
.
Bills Co. Ct. June 4000 c.iiiniv 'otuuulssou'rs.IklrrIohw ) I
ida corporation residence unknown I ( ) Cniinty, l-'lurlill I I a. common end and prefer the in

G. C. Durrance. Conviction I B. E. Fordham, as director I :\11'1'1( K; ',';j.-\j'.j.i)1'T10\ II | terest of mankind to any narrow

Fees June 55.00 ,I With every iiiperior officer on the cruUer San Francisco either wid trustee of Okeecihobee City KK 'I'\\ 1'1 MlI Interest of their own.

L. L. Conrad Cost killed or wounded during the battle of Savo Island, Comdr. Herbert E. Land Company, a dissolved Florida I \<.IM In 1".10).u\.\ 5 ot gluts III.1.1 Hint Kiln I -Woodrow Wilson

Bills Sheriff, June .. 288.99 S.linnlanJ who was stationed below u damage control officer, lent corporation residence unknown; i crud b"II'rol'l'. l n\ I'''rUnrula: I Discerning the right of man, we
word to the officer on the bridge l to lake charge, ending, tersely "I'm 1'HI iMMIII'll UlC :"III llll\' llf Allltlllll.A .
Road & Bridge Fund, too damned busy down here fighting fire and water." John E. Kelly as director and trustee .. H fit. him flliil/ mum- In l") < f I i cannot fall to foresee the doom of

Payroll Dlst 4. Labor 40.00 We beside Navy heroes if we keep buoy buying War Bond of Okechobe City Land Company ch ,> him mint. umillrntliin for n Tux, the legitimate .
fight our (Illl'll I In 111. Islll"It 111'ri-l>tl t Mllll) I' I' all oppression. Slavery Is not -
Roy R. Raulerson Asslg. I a dissolved Florida corporation ilfli'iiliii, ?mliniri'n the fnllnHhilt ih' God made
state of
man.
residence unknown; Okeechobee n, llhiMl) |"irnilllly| ( 111 ,Ih) < "'011111.\ n( '
Road Time Dlst. 4 10 00 u. 5. r.-ow. La ern_ I1k.ahnhvr.. "lul "f I I'lnrliln. town I[ man free.-Mary Baker Eddy.
City Land Company a dissolved I 1.ol I 1Ulk.\ T'. Ikrr,..hnliii- I'ItyI'r .. .
Okee. Hdw. & Fur. Co a-
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--- ----- Florida I imi4i< a9lrllt' of milil property|
corporation principal
Material. Dlst. 4 .... ... 1040 I r! VinliT, mtlil iVrtlili'iilo' Issued W,," III'' WANTED:-Colored help for hotel
drawn( 60.RETAIL place of business unknown; the un- i!Iu nun' ,,f MinnliCinini) work. Highest wages paid. Wire
Bores Lbr. Co., Ration Board known In fnlc" said, (Vrliriiiili' ..hllll0'\ dM. '
assigns, successors Interest -
SELLING PRICES TO I, ini'il nioriMnit to liiw, |iron'rl.\) iii > I lor I write Sarah T Gifford, Harder -
Lumber Dlst 2 & 4 15972 CONSUMER AND HOUSEWIFE trustees or any other party ill.nl II"..,i.'In shill, ) I" solo, '" tinliluliriil I Hall Sebrlnp! Florida.
: 1I.hlo'.1. the. ,'""rlh"".,> il"1\ i imi r 1
O. K. Oarage & Mach. claiming by through, under or I
Lists Prices to WHEN BOUGHT DRESSED OR )Ihi. firm Monilnt \In ihi' ,iii.intliimuxi .I'
Shop Bat. Chg. Dlst. 4 1.00 againt Okeechobe City Land Company \ : HH.'I) u,1'h', l I. lln' 'n.I 'III1110' ) <,..f FOR SALE- WHITE LEGHORN
BOUGHT DRAWN AND SOLD dissolved Florida .\ '. t'HIl: I PULLETS. ELEVEN WEEKS OLD
a .
Dist 2 .2.50 corporation .
Eular Storman Oas hated Illlx 'J'.ltll!) dot "f .1.I'll'" 1)11,1tI)1' I
S. R. Ralfsnlder Oas Dist. 2 3.89P. Dealers DRESSED OR SOLD DRAWN residence unknown; and all i H! ii.\i i.r.i-n-: TRIPLE A GRADE ROY TOM-
Poultry ,, nil 1' i sal,l
Fryers dressed 43; drawn 60. C'i ik I'I'1 "ii
M. Kelly. 36 ft. I parties having or claiming to have ""k"'b"!"'i <'"HUM' Kl'iil., / 1 INSdN PARROTT AVE
Hens dressed 40; drawn 52. any right. title or Interest in the
Culv Pipe Dlst. 4 .. ..... 18.00
Agricultural FundC. Listed below Is the official OPA ; The producer may sell to the property hereinafter described,

price schedule showing prices the I housewife. He establishes his price I idence unknown : res-I
A. Fulford, Co.
It appearing from the
I on this tjpe of sale by adding 20'
retailer mould the producerfor
Agent. Sal June .. 98.10 pay
ings filed in above cause that
I poultry also the price for which I i to his producer prices delivered to I
J. S. Underhill Record- I the complainant herein Is entitled t

Ing Fees. June ........ ... 3000 I the retailer should sell to the con j retail stoxes. to an order of publication
Local War Price and '
Victory Tax Fund sumer. II I against you and each of you, ell LS

Tax deductions 1.90 Producer. retailer and wholesaler I I Rationing Board it Is ;rerefo.-s ordered that you /-N

Fund should observe. V and each of you are hereby
Track
Race I
I to filj with the Clerk:
required
General Fund. Transfer &..000.00V PRODUCER'S PRICE TO I
WHOLESALERSLive II's. Eugenia Simmons who has of above styed: court at his I

I Men "nwloyed at the City ServiceS i I.:flee in OkP'chobee! Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth Fr}'ers. 29. ; dressed 35.)9.(
at'on ?:r the past six months your written rppearante (personal : & '
drawn 48.4.Live .
In :
*
Tuesday
and R. A. Burgess spent J
said
1 or by nt orreyi in
resigned that place last week and I '
*.
hens. 25.9 dressed. 37.4
*
West Palm Beach. ; ; suit on the first Monday in ,
left M "day for Miami where she
drawn 41.9.PRODUCER'S
August, 1943 tn3 tame being r -* ify
with Rich- .
has accepted a position
PRICES SELLINGTO the second day of said month

,111n111ll11111llIHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllUhll. RETAIL STORES ards Department Store. I and thereafter to file with said > ? ** im
,, ),.. \W-r M r n<*
Live fryers. 308: dressed 37.4; clerk! your written defense. If -
Mis Will Raulerson and Mrs. R.
to the amended bill of
drawn 499. I any
EDGAR HAMILTON I L. Brewer left this week for Sealev i&.o. "
I
complaint In said suit at the
I Live hens. 274; dressed 334; LTf
1 Springs Cottonwood. Ala., where time prescribed .by law. HereIn U"fli
AND drawn 43 4.RETAIL ;
I they will spend three weeks. fail not or a decree pro con j .
SELLING PRICES TO ..
fesso; will be entered against -
CLYDE G. TRAMMELL CONSUMER AND HOUSEWIFELive '

fryers 37; dressed 4V: you.It Is further ordered that this i I I II AMERICAN HEROES

I 4 V ANNOUNCEthey I order shall be published once .1 I

r will be associated together In Florida railroad and bus lines : :!/I<
I weeks In The Okechobee News, .
the practice of law with offices on report heaviest travel In years dur- I

the 7th Floor In the Comeau BuildIng the week end and holiday periods WAI! KII1VMSI lation a newspaper published of In general Okeechobee circu- .

West Palm Beach. Florida. Buses were Jammed while the Seaboard 7: Okeechobee County Florida. s41

Coast Line and Florida East The relief sought In the above
I lie i.xleen-Im: coast gun Is the
Coast railways were hard put to entitled suit Is to foreclose a
ri o'-t povi rfil! of "'I A'nerica" Runs
i! '"':::IIII'I\III11III11I11I1I1I11IIIII11I11IIII11III11IIIIIIIIII'' !'!\ !! 'I take care of the crowds that Jam- I and rods about iJ.000/ .000 each It mortage against the following

med every station. via i Lot 6 of Block: 12 of Southwest rs
I J leu, m.'!tic i i- i c' lard
_. ...
Northern Industrial Interests have alto has an enju-.iu.i. n:,uti.ie railway Addition to Okechobee, Florida.

gun which vill hurl a heavy according to plat of said addi- .- +.
taken over the plant of the Bab-
"rl'Jli1" ,, lout 18 ii.ilet tion recorded in the office ol
TheatreOkeechobee cock Aircraft at De-
Gilbert Corpora tIm: the Clerk of Circuit Court of

Land. The company Is manufacturing Okechobee County in Plat .
I' .eaay
gliders for th egovernment.. .rC-, Book 2, page 8.
f ; \ '. u
? and for general relief.

Friday & Saturday S'ate Representative Newman Jir./ At Witness my !hand and seal ol C I

BrackIn of Okalcosa: announcedlast said court at Okechobee Okechobee -

Doulil 1 caturt week that a deal had been i. County. Florida this 28th dai
:: ..
AMERICAN EMPIREWith closed to bring the Alabama Tex- \ of June. 1943.
.
R. Raulerson
tile Co to Crestview. The plant has t. Roy ,-
(Circuit Court Clerk Circuit '
been operating at Andalusla. Ala '?\. -- .'... '
Seal) Court
RICHARD DIX PRESTON Other textile concerns are also interested ..L.-l=: --S- _..At::._ '- 104 I lE"
... By Sophronia Pease D. C
.
FOSTER Brackin said.tHe' I I ....... Sumner & Sumner Ft. Pierce Fla. After being ordered to abandon the minesweeper Quail and making

NOTICE TO APPEARIn shore safely jn-t before Cnrrrgiiliir't fall one >rur ago, 1,1. Connlr
For defense of homes the
-&-. everybody with a dollar Coast our The Name of the State of John Merrill received onl'Ti to scuttle. his ship Hit landing boat wan
Guard these
needs of
many Florida: already hot out of COlllllli..ioll. \\ ith \olunti'tr part lie, wam hick
ROGERS, ROBERTMONTGOMERY spare can shoot a gun po\\e'ful, \\ t'apon.011 can do your whose last under he ny Jap l lire t<> carry out onliT Thu ;Na\y i :rose and \mmrtm
GINGER -but To B. S. Tepee
ever)body can part lo help pay for them by Investng : Defense Srr\ Ire :Medal ha\a brrn awurdrd liim Your Second, War Lotus
straight to the bank and oi leant ten percent of your in- known address was Indian Town. Lends help build fl'pld'cnlClIll for suds lu-roei and mill our Navy'sstrength.

-In- War Bonds. Buy your "mem, \Vir Bm, ds and Stamps evAMERICAN Florida: .

> every pay dnv.: I .1) I I".y I ... ,,-Ur .,, ,,/ You are hereby required to file ..

HARTAlso _. appearance In this proceedings. II S. T runt"? flennrhnra/
ROXIE -- ------ -
Is ----- ---- -- -
I wherein Eleanor Tepee suelng

News-Life With Fido you for divorce with the Clerk of
War

: I HEROES I ILI. Circuit ta on Court the second at Okechobee day of AugustA. Florl- I AMERIC tiFHEROES I

& MondaySONJA
Sunday BY LEFF D. 1943; otherwise Judgementwill BY

be entered against you by de-
I
HENNIE. JOHN PAYNE ault.

Witnes my hand and seal of this I I .

ICELANDWith Court, at Okechobot, Okee"hote

JACK OAKIE. SAMMY s ( County Florida this 26th. day of ,/dv nli i ;-
1
June A. D. 1943. Ill ,
KAY AND HL3 ORCHESTRAAlso I Roy R Raulerson (CT. CT. Seal' N 1

Clerk Circuit Court 9th. JudicIal -
v
e w k s s I
\ : .. I Circuit of Florida in and fori r wr /

THIS IS AMERICAWAR i Okeechobee County ,

i By Sophronla Pease, D. C"

NEWSWednesday Solicitors for Complainant
A I t\; :
u
--V ,'
1 dll ,

Excessive mid-summer heat. to- l wi

: gether with heavy demands by the l 4' ::_ > t'
MURPHY
PAT O'BRIEN. OEO. ,4 : tt9s
has shonj
armed forces bicught a
4;
JANE WYATTIn j age of Ice that Is critical In many

Florida. communities. Lack of help -vp .

The Navy Comes and difficultof getting repair

parts has made the problem more

Through complex for the ice manufacturerswho

Also: MAIL TROUBLE are making every effort to

meet consumers' demands.In .
Charles Broiokit, of Brooklyn N y.. teamed up with another
lieutenant half-trark vehicle Arcole hand- V "Shootinl Fool" I is whIt they tilled Pvl Charles Zuke, of Big
fighting in
at to
Attractions !I a Algeria
Coming Rapid, Mich because in line of he
.
flanked duty shot down 22 Jap
Ii grenade bii through two machine nests that line ininrn in
way gun our an effort to encourage com- New Came. He twice
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pany employees to bigger and captain, saving the of&ttt'i life. No
grow snipers nell ii safe from leis
MY FAVORITE BLONDS i enemy withdrew, and our columns advanced. Lieutenant Broiokai was Oarind tine.
( better Gardens" the Bal
awarded the Distinguished Service Cro.l.AI "Victory ,
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recently that it would purchase ex-

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