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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 30, 1943
Publication Date: -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 5 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 30, 1943 Price Five Cents

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U. S. Engineers Seek : +....H+:.o\..:.++.;..:.o\.+.:.++ :.+-Io-lo-lo+ I 'I' I I I I 1'1 I II 1.111 I .1 11.1 +++ ) Revenue Men Checking
News Of Our Boys! I. .!. R. L Pearce Died
Tug Boat Crews I .1. .1; Federal Auto Stamps


In Various Camps; The U S, Engineer Departments I AMERICAN RED CROSS I Deputy Internal-Revenue Collector I At His Home Here

recruiting crews for diesel tugboat y I Price of West Palm Beach was

At Home & Abroad operations. The employment '1. I In Okeechobee yesterday checkingup I Monday At Noon
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will range from one to four months I I Alexandria, Va., July 14, 1943 I on the Federal auto stamps, ,

duration. The different classifications .1. supposed to have been purchasedby -
:: Mr. H. H. Raulerson
The Okeechobee News fa in reeelpt of personnel needed are mas' I $ July 1, and displayed on the R. L Pearce died at his home

of a letter from E. M Robinson ters, mates engineers assistant en* 'I :-I.: War Fund Chairman : : windshield.. Monday about noon from a heart

this week In wlch he enclosed gneers. oilers, deckhands and cooks. ::1|: Okeechobee County Chapter : Deputy Price pointed out that attack. Mr. Ptarce had been work-
a dollar ,bill and asked that 'we Liberal contracts with high pay and I' .1. this tax money Is used In the pros tag in his garden during the morn-
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Red Cross
send him 'a whole buck's worth of: allowances will be offered qualified i { American ecution of our war against the Axis ing and a few minutes before 12

the hometown paper" He J Is now persons who are interested. :X y: Okeechobee, Florida +: He further stated that July 31 Is o'clock he went to the house for
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stationed at Carolina Beach. N. C. For further Information, contact i J.{ ::1: the deadline, under penalty of ,the water and went back 'to the gar
with the U S. office at Clew- : .1. f den. He was found about
army the Engineer Federal law, for obtaining 15 nun--
:: Dear Mr. Raulerson :: stamps
My : :11
kton Florida or the U. S. Engineer Y{ ,; which may be purchased at the uts later lying on his back In the

News comes from Bill Bowden, Office M:>rison Field. West Palm ..1'' .1- post office. Mr. Price and other garden! and was already dead when

who Is stationed at Keesler Field, Beach, Florida. :I: A remittance received from Mrs. Alsobrook -:- Revenue men will return here within found

Miss., in which he states that he< -0- '. j: covers our share of contributions totaling $1, ;;:.; two weeks for a final check on Mr. Pearce was nxirn in Polk
(3 in the that
again hospital at Miss Constance Finger has arrived stamps, and all motor vehicle County Oct. 20, 1867, but moved
i: 351.62. We recognize that leadership in : own-
army camp but hopes to be out at. Avenger Field. Sweetwater. :: your se- ::
ers are urged to avoid with his parents to Basslnger when
soon. Texas, and is now engaged In trainI :|:: lecting the coworkers and planning the campaign :%:: I and unnecessarymbal'ra.sbment Just a small boy where he lived
obtaining until
I expense by
Sergeant Rennis. Padgett. who Is I I g for service in the Ferry Com- !_|! was responsible for this response from the ::1: I stamps before the dadline 1917, when he moved with his

> mand. 5: residents of Chapter. We wish to :::: to
stationed with the army air forcesat : your convey I date of Saturday July 31. family Okeechobee where he has

Avon Park. spent Sunday; V :%,: our sincere appreciation to you and your assistants .*. V lived; since. He was one of nine
.
B here K with Padgett his parents, and his: Mr.sister and Miss Mrs I Boy Scouts Hold .A i- I .-.1.:.- Rodeo and Horse S.children Pearce, all of dead Bassinger.except one He W.was

Madeline. :{:: Most cordially yours, : Married to Miss Martha Walker,
I Court of! Honor
*!; Francis P. Simerville J: Races Sept. 456Another November 3, 1891.

Cpl. Barney Collier who Is sta .1. .1. Besides the widow he Is survived
I .': Regional I Director
tioned at the army air base at Orlando 1---1 (: : by seven children. They are Elmer,
arrived home Sunday and 4:; Eastern Area ..f. Big Western Roand Claude and Earl Pearce and Drs.
hon races will be in Okeechobee
Is spending a short furlough with America, was held in the Methodist .:. 4.!. Sept 4th 5th and 6th. Managed Elmer Bass Mrs. Calvin Drawdy,
relatives and friends Annex on July 22. at 8'30: P. M. r +++++++++++;'+++++++;' ;'++;'+;'++o\- +-Io'-Io';'++++++++++ and Mrs. Roberta Wilson of Atlanta,
produced by Oscar Clementsand
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Corlde}
number of merit badges and Miss Pearce, 14 grand-
The largest
Keen--
Billy only this time bigger -
Herbert Nix, who has been stationed children and four great grandchil
and advancements awarded ;;
better and wilder. There will
at the Naval Training campat dren.

Vero from Beach that station has been to the transferred Naval :I the that list follows have ever: been given, and : Too Late to Classify be new. not acts forgetting new cowboys tougher and horses cowgirls Funeral services will be conducted -

this
afternoon 2
at o'clock at
I Frank ReevesanoE'il1g; Bronze: and bulls for
the boys to match
Base at Norfolk Va.. and Is expecting Palm ,the Church of the Brethren with

to see active sea duty with- .I Jack Wolff-Painting, Conserva By Russell Kay I their skill against. Rev. Hollenberg of Sebring In I
The Rodeo will\ be
In the near future. again an open
charge of the services. Burial will
'ion Reptile study, Gardening.
.
I contest to all-with prize
money follow in the Okeechobee
Tommy E\'I1n3-Llfe Saving, Civics cemetery.
Vincent Boromei left Monday to Camping Reptile study. Con Florida "sand" Is finding Its way oly In the growing of such fruits offered and the entrance fees add- The pall bearers will be Glob
return to the United States Naval I ed to the finals. The contest events
In this air
servatlon. Into hundreds of thousands of country and speedy Gross L. L. Conrad, Leland Pearce,
training station at Bainbridge Md will be Bronc riding Bulldogging,
shoes that for the they hansportation by freighter planes
Bill H'ndry-Qrasses. Legumes but war 'I Johnnie Pearce, Forest and J. O.
after spending six days here with will make It possible to deliver such I Caf: roping, and Bull riding
I and Forage Crops. Scholarship. would have never reached. Pearce, Jr. Funeral arrangements
Mr Boromel and the Boromei I Beef Production. Basketry. Life Service men from every state In reilahahle products anywhere in I Top Rodeo performers such as were In charge of the Fee Mortuaryof
family Vincent is the seond of the : Saving. Weather. I the Union have visited Florida and the country in a few hours, II Jack Andrews, Bull whip artist and Fort Pierce.Gilbert .
Boromei boys to see service In the i I his educated Brahma Bull "
We in Florida should be thinking "Henry.
Haynes Williams-Star Scout. Life countless others will follow them. V
navy since the war started. His j I ?"vlngBeef, Production, .First Aid. Perhaps you have .heard many of about this and laying plans toI Ralph Clark world champion
s. .younger other Fred having enlisted ""* : horse roper,*featured 'ttractli5Ii W Donaldson y
Personal althT ] uniform meet that demand the'dommerrclat
Public Health H these men In speak in uncomplimentary by I
over a year ago and saw active \ the Hayden and the ring and show, will be amonQ''hose
Al Raulerson-Star Sout, Reptilestudy terms about this growing Of
service during the Invasion of Conservation 1 state. They gripe about the sand, other Improved varieties of mangoIn to give you something to Laid to Rest Here
North Africa. 'I talk about.Lt. .
I Lauerence Reeves -Star Scout, I the heat, the mosquitoes, the natives the areas adapted to their cult'
vaticn, The same for avoca- Geo. Carmen of the U. S.I
Rowing First Aid Pioneering, Safety. Just about everything Is goes AfternoonFuneral
Camp Stewart, Ga.. I wrong to hear most of them tell It. dos. Army Air Fore in Orlando 'winner Tuesday
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July 25. 1943' Charles Cornelius-Second Cla.sII.I I Perhaps you have resented this at- Florida citrus fruit has been f many awards as champion all ;

-\lr Bryant Bowden, Farm Home and Its Planning Anl tude, perhaps you are afraid they served extensively to cur armed around cowboy, hailing from Cody. services were conducted

Okeechobee News, I mal Industry, Book Binding Path- I I will spread( that kind of talk wherever forces and thousands( of men have Wyoming:: will be one of the con Tuesday afternoon at four o'clockat
Okeechobee Fla.
I finding. they go, to the detriment of learned to like grapefruit and can I testants. the Okeechobee Baptist Church
Dear : II I '
Bryant I Carter Howell-First Class; Personal I Florida. be counted upon to provide a worthwhile The Trick Riders will be Nell for Gilbert Donaldson who died
I
How Is the old home town? Bry- Health Swimming, Animal Calm your fears. Their reactionis market after the war Lingle. Ralph Clark. Jack An Sunday night at 9 o'clock followingthe

sit I want to get a copy of the Industry First Aid natural and normal when you Commissioner Nathan Mayo recently drews and BUy Keen. 1 / automobile' wreck which.oc-

Okeechobee News each week andI Jerry Hunt-Farm Home and its : stop to consider It. These chaps are published a most attractive I The hlgllght of the program will ; curred Wednesday night of last
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wonder how much It will cost Planning I not with us by choice. They are descriptive booklet giving Interest- !' be 'Billy Keen's Roman Jumpingact" week.

me Say. Bryant, this army Is fine. McKenster Roe Pathflndlng stuck off In camps that afford little ing facts and information about over an automobile. He was rushed to the hospital
I II
[ feel good here all the time, but Music. Animal Industry. I In the way of comfort. They Florida which is being furnished I II There will be clowns and come following the wreck where all pos-

he mosqultoesi! I It's hell to sleepoat John Bryan Watford-Personal work and study as they have never I.> men In the armed services It ( dlans such as "Alec" and his train- sible aid was rendered. He was giv
at night In the woods. i Health.A I It worked and studied before. They I is in convenient form for mailing ed mule. "Bingo." en several blood transfusions andit

We marched three miles in 31 number of visitors were present miss their homes and their friends and thousands of these will be ,, Jesse Durranc4 and son will showa was thought that he had a very

minutes and boy, that was some end the Girl Scout troop attendedIn and want to be back with them. ent home by the boys It Is exce'.ent ': new group 'J! fine quarter horses. good chance to recover when on

walk I I would like to be home for a body In charge of Scout Leader ,' Consider the fact that thousandsof : publicity and will pay hand The Rodeo Is being sponsored by Friday night gangrene set In In his

u month but that would be all Miss Kathleen McCarthy. Florida boys are scattered some dividends. the Civic Club under the supervision arm and he was too weak to standan

Well. write back and tell me what I --V throughout the country training In During the past two years we j of Mayor Raulerson and Zibe operation.

it will cost so that I can start get Rep Hancock Seeks ether states. They spend their time have! entertained many service men | Williams.: Malcom Gilbert Donaldson was

ting the paper. I Inter-State Harmony talking about Florida and griping in our home. Today many of these :, Horse races begin Immediately after born near Melrose Florida. April

Best regards to all.Milton Rhoden I In Vital Problems about everything they find elsewhere ; chaps are in foreign service and daily Rodeo performances. The 10 1926 and moved here with his

I we hear from them frequently. ; parade: is scheduled to start at the parents, Prof. and Mrs. M. O.

Madison July 20 (FNSi Rep. W. S:)over or later these lads find Some who griped the mast:: about City Hall at 1 o'clock Saturday. Donaldson, In August 1939 where
Mrs. L. Lela Morissette of 46 Pearl E. (Buck) Hancock of Madison, themselves blended In some unit ona Florida now wish they were back : pant forget there will be another he attended school and graduated

;greet was Informed in a telegram ,I, I foreign shore and Instead of Floridians and tall of the pleasures they ( big; Cowboy Barn dance Saturday with the class of 1943.

Iran the War Department that her New Yorkers Iowans and found here, the delightful climate I night at Legion Hall. The pall bearers were Weldon

husband, Lieutenant Laurler Morns I week that results of the recent conferences I Californians they become "Yanks". and It Is my guess that every one j So make your plans now to bean Draughon L. P. Mercer, Jack Cok
sette 24, \has been missing In action Georgia drift back sooner or hand 4th, Sth and 6th at
I with Alabama and No matter where they may find of them will Sept. er, Jack Wolff, Tlney Watford and
since the 13th of June. commissions were highly satisfactory themselves, they don't like It. Their later when the opportunity affords 3 P. M dally to attend. the biggest Charles Hargraves.

Lieut. Morissette was attached to I and most encouraging. I thoughts and their talk Is of the Another thing, they will be riding and best Rodeo and horse races in Burial was in Okeeohobee cemetery

a bombing unit of the United I! Matters relating to truck weights I II good old U. S. A.. about In their own private the South at your own local airport with Rev. D. O. Alderman pas

States Army Air Corps stationed I and shrimping were Ironed out as But what about the day when planes after the war much as we In Okeechobee.: tor of the Baptist Church, In

somewhere in England. well as others of considerable Im the war Is won and these men return learned to travel about in automobiles V charge of the services
The telegram was signed by the I following the last war. It will CARD OF THANKS
to peaceful occupations? Fora V
adjutant general and read as follows port.Hancock said: "It Is my plan forI time they will settle down In be only a matter of hours for a. :j PUBLIC WARNED TO DC
"Mrs. L. Lela Morissette 46 the Florida commission during the I their home community where they trip to Florida and they'll be coin'Ing Through the courtesy of the editor ON GUARD AGAINST FAKE
Pearl street-I regret to Inform you others with I of the Okeechobee News we are
next two years, to meet with every will find countless Joys and bless- back and bringing ENCYCLOPEDIA SALESMENFloridians .
that the Commanding General commission In the South for It Is ings'that they learned to value and I them. Florida Is destined to be1 I II I privileged to tell you herein that --- *

European area reports your husband only through such meetings that appreciate !because of contact with I more popular than ever after the our hearts, poor and bereft have are warned by School

Lieutenant Laurler Mona our differences can be straightened the outside world. I war you can count on that. I been filled to overflowing with the Superintendent E. L Robinson of
sette missing In action since thirteenth out and good will developed." 'I II Get acquainted with the servicemen I deepest gratitude and sincerest appreciation -I Hillsboro County to be on guard
June. If further details or Serving with Hancock on the But as they grow older and opportunity treat them kindly for they for all the kind expressions against slick ,book salesmen offeringa

other Information of his status are I commission are representatives Sanchez presents Itself! they will I are going to ,be our future custom- of love and sympathy extended set of encyclopedias and claiming

received you will be promptly notified of Suwannee, Hendry of Okee I think again of Florida. And when I ers and prospective citizens. II III to us in the great sorrow and that "school authorities" will require -

chobee. Byrd of Duval, Lewis of vacation time comes they'llUI1dle .I VIs. terrible affliction we have sustained that each child !have a set.

Lieut. Morissette was accepted for Gulf Thomas of Escambla, Brackin Into the car or plane and tour J. DAV IS RETURNED I In the passing of our own dear Robinson points out that there Is

flying cadet training on Dec. 18. I, of Okaloosa, Hodges of Columbia South again for a look at Jackson- YESTERDAY AFTERNOONFROM I ly beloved( Gilbert Donaldson. May no such requirement and no one

1941. and he received his commla Collins of Sarasota, and Yaeger of ville, Tampa Miami or some other FT. PIERCE HOSPITALS the Lord abundantly bless you ev has been authorized such solicita

slon in the Army Air Forces at 1mpresslve Leon. : town. They will get a genuine thrillen I ery one, Is our fervent prayer.Mr. tion. School officials and' parentsIn
graduation exercises con I this return trip and many will J. Davis who was badly hurt' and! Mrs. M. O. Donaldson, o'her counties are cautioned to
: V I remain as permanent residents.The tell him last I Mr.8I1d Mrs. Chester RaulersonThe
ducted at a southern air field on when his horse on be on guard
August 8, 1942. He also receivedhis The Farm Credit Administration sand Is In their shoes and It Saturday afternoon has so far recovered V V---

silver wings at that time. I! of Columbia which serves the Carolina I will bring them back. that he was able to return name "Cessna" promises to Mrs. B. O. Bowden Mrs. Mable

He .received his pre flight trainIng I *, Georgia and Florida, ranks ; Thousands of boys training in. to his home here yesterday li be as universal' as the name "Ford" Ltngenfelter of Tallahassee and

at Maxwell Field Montgomery second among the 12 farm credit I tropical climes or fighting In the afternoon after spending a week In after the war, for Cessna Aircraft Bryant Bowden:: of Okechobee were

districts In the percentage of gross South Seas have learned to eat the Fort Pierce hospital Company will turn Its ,two big guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs.

Ala.WhIle residing here he took flight : pay alloted for the purchase of tropical fruits. Because of this a V----- plants to 'work on the manufacture Keathley Bowden. Mrs. Bowden jpmalned

lessons at the local airport. Lieut. Wax Savings Bonds It was announced tremendous after the war marketIs Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Culbreth were of 'standardized "family" planes as for 'a longer vlslt and the

Morissette was graduated from the by Agent Harry L. Brown building up for such products. visitors spending Tuesday In Mi soon as Victory Is won accordingto others returned Monday.:-Clewis-

(Continued on Page Two) this week South Florida has almost a'monop ami. president Dwane L. Wallace ton News. : "


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PAGE TWO Till OKEECBOBEC NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 30.I 194?

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SERMtEMEN I.: I II II I Fearing that If the South ever In The Court Of The County
GEARED FOR VICTORY
(0hl'l'dtlthl'c 1U5 i I gets lower freight rates it will re Judge Okeechobee County

(Continued from Page 1) T suit In many New England Indus Florida, In Probate.

Published Every Friday by thee Lawrence HIgh school with the tries moving to the Southern states, In re: Estate of 0 F. Walker,

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- class of '36 and later studied mechanical New England business interests Deceased

bee Okeechobee County, Florid. engineering at M. I. T. He | have set up a "Freight Rate Com To All Creditor's and Persons HavIng -
.---- Claims or Demands Against
was a prominent member of the mittee" and employed an attorney
BRYANT BOWDEN ..._..... .. Editor Said Estate:
high school track team to oppose any rate change The

Entered as second class matter- Lieut Morlssette I Is the son ot Florida Railroad Commission has You and each of you are here

July 1, 1914. at the Poet Office In Mr. and Mrs, Frank Morlssette. I ILieut fought consistently for lower rates I by notified and required to pre .
sent any claims and demands
Okeechobee Florida, under the Morlssette has Uo brothers i and feels that they will be gained
which you, or either of you, may
Act of March 8, 1870.SUBSCRIPTION. also' in the service, Private AlI In spite of all opposition
_.. have against the estate of C. F.
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RATE I mand Morlssette 22, a radio operator V Walker, deceased late of said i

One year In advance ... $300 | with the Army Air Corps /y)1; Escambla county completed purchase County, to the County Judge of I

Six!! months In advance .. .. 100 stationed on the Hawaiian Inlands of the Pensacola bay bridge Okeechobee County, Florida, at his

Three months In advance .. .... .75 I and Seaman First Class Leon t last week from the Pensacola office in the court house of said
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Morlssette, 20 who is at present at \\I Bridge Corporation for $1345,000and County at Okeechobee, Florida,
Reading notices In local columns I sea. removed tolls which had been within eight calendar months from
10 cents a line. Rates for display the time of the first publication of
I Lieut and Mrs. Morlssette made placed on the structure in 1931 the
advertising furnished on application I this notice Each claim or demand
Classified advertising 2 cents their home in Lakeland, Florida.but day it was first opened to the public
I shall be in writing, and shall state
each word per Insertion All Items for the summer months Mrs The transfer of funds raised by I the place of residence and post office .
,
regarding enterprises conducted for I Morissette Is residing with her hus the sale of county revenue certl I address of the claimant, and

profit are chargeable at dvertlslng band's parents in this city. __ flcates, to bridge corporation officials !. shall be sworn to by the claimant,
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rates vrl 1L'4' \ was made in Jacksonville at agent, or attorney, and any such

The above article was taken from the Florida National Bank claim or demand not so filed shall
Advertising: bills are payable on
the first of each month. Parties the Lawrence Mass., Eagle Tribune yI be void

unknown to' publishers required to and also carried a picture of Lieut W. F Walker

pay In advance. Morissette Mrs. Lela Moris- .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiimiiiiiiiim: "iilli As administrator of the
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sette, his widow, Is the grand Estate of C. F. Walke.-,
EDGAR G. HAMILTONAND deceased.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E
CHIKCIIES OF CHRIST, Lanier. rr rW First publication June 18 1843.

SCIENTIST t
t
CLYDE G. TRAMMELL
Uncle Sam's thousands of mallclel'ks ,fi
"LOVE" Is the subject of the jA NOTICE TO CREDITORS
have a tremenduous job in
Lesson Sermon which will be read I ANNOUNCE You and each of you are hereby
getting the huge quantities of mall 1
in Churches of Christ, Scientist, -- _. notified and required to presentany
to members of the armed forces -- -- -- ----- --" they will be associated together In

throughout the world on Sunday, The mail might : the law with claims and demands which
serving overseas Okeechobee Stirs About they already have pastures fenced practice of offices on

August 1. 1943. arrive a little late but Uncle Sam is I and more than 4.000 acres planted :: the 7th Floor in the Comeau BuildIng you or either of you, may have

The Golden Text Is: "0 God making sure that It finally reaches : to' tame pastures with a final goalof against the Estate of Annie K.
thou art God Oown at the auction in Okee West Palm Beach, Florida
will
my : early I seek the soldier. 56,000 acres, and have sold 7,000 MacGlashan, deceased, late of
the . Because thy kindness chobee we met a lot of up and com
loving
; Mrs Camilla Shiver mailed her I head of cattle for total of Okeechobee
a more County, Florida, to the
Is better than r.g stockmen who' are building that 1111''''I! ''I"'
life my lips !Ii liIIliIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllillililllllllll!Ii!II II! i I "
shall praise thee" last Christmas while he was in cattle raisedon sold with better animals of higher --- --- state at his alice in the court house
Among the citations which flourishing source of '
com England. The present did not reach breeding. I WANTED:-Colored help for hotel at Okeechobee. Florida within I
an expanding of tame
acreage I
prise the Lesson Sermon Is the fol
did work Highest eight oalendar months from the
Frank in England but it get Under the management of native wages paid. Wireor |
of kinds. '
lowing text from the Bible: How back to' Camilla in time for Frank's grasses many born Floridian, Frank Williamson write, Sarah T. Gifford, Har date of the first publication of this i

excellent Is thy loving kindness, 0 recently. A package of We were impressed with the business der Hall Sebrlng, Florida. Notice Each claim or demand :
birthday who knew a thing or two about cat
God! therefore the children of men like way In which the farmers must be in wilting and must state J
food mailed last August to Frank
tie before he undertook this enterprise FOR SALE-WHITE LEGHORN the place of residence and office
post
put their trust under the shadow I discuss their plans and proceed to
arrived back in Camilla this WeEk. the has thrived and PULLETS, ELEVEN WEEKS
concern OLD address of the claimant, and
of IPS. 36:7)
thy wings" : )
i Mrs. Shiver sent him a fruit cake I II carry them out and we were reoI, grown steadily toward definite obJectives -TRIPLE A GRADE ROY TOM. must be sworn to by the claimant
The
Lesson Sermon also Includesthe
lleved to hear no talk of war or' !
I last fall and she says she hopes It' LINSON PARROTT AVE. his
and is still rapidly proceeding agent or attorney, or the same
following passage from the will arrive back in time for this harsh conditions for being busy at according to plan based on the will become void acordlng to law. j
Christian I .
Science textbook 'Scl
Christmas. I worthwhile things is the best preventative : of the whole This 21st day of June, 1943.
experience group
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures"
Frank was ill all the time he was of argument and worry. which chooses its directors from MARY HANSEN
by Mary Baker Eddy: Now that rationing is on we are I 1ONCI IA
overseas and 'was sent to many different their own number. k As administratrix with
To' the and ofbeing
older
reality
grasp hospitals before being re : sure people who' happen by Okee will annexed, of the Estate
Each owner has 40 acres set apartfor ,
in its Science be
must
you I turned to the United States early chobee at mealtime will be Inter a | of Annie K MacGlashan.
his use as home site
gin by reckoning God as the divine own a op' deceased.
ested in our discovery of Traveler'sInn
where he given an 1666
this was '
year center and subsistence .
of all that Is. I eratlng
principle really Spirit. operated by Mrs R. E McLaughlin First publication on June 25. 1943
honorable discharge.
Life Truth, Love combine as one, farm and already three houses besides LIDDON & FEE attorneys
at the southeast corner
and are the Scriptural: names for Camilla Ga News. the manager's house have % LJortl for M.UrUl SrMXontf Fort Pierce Florida
Shiver is the nephew of of the main highway Intersection 1
Frank been built the others will be erect
God. All substance Intelligence 1--- ___ .
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where are trusted completelyeven ----- -
J. Swlndal of this city you
I.
wisdom, being immortality, cause. Mrs. ed as soon as materials are avail
to the extent of having all the
and effect belong to Ood These are V able and a sawmill is now turning !
While Secretaries Wallace andi dishes on the table for you to help You WellConfess
His attributes the eternal manifestations out rough lumber from timber on Might as
of the infinite divine Principle i I Jones may spend their time calling yourself as you will and they are the tract.

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U. S. Sugar Corporation told Food I General Douglas MacArthur with owned and operated by 125 small but dubious plan to help the farmer. !

Administration officials last week i having the common sense and foresight cattlemen on funds loaned them on but so remarkable Is its progress

that absenteeism and high wage I! even with his back to the their notes by the public treasury that we must say it Is setting a real

rates are threatening the mainland' wall on Bataan to load erne of his with 84,000 acres of land and more example of what can be done by

sugar growing Industry and unless | last planes to leave the Island with than 6.000 cattle Including both the other groups similarly constituted, Almost everyone likes a mystery tains of Industry, even the Pres

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"CASABLANCA" PICTURE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE' Federal Civil Service There are no age limits for library
PACKED NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IS Personal
WITH THRILLS
Itemsi
Needs assistant positions. The writ
Library Help
AND FOR OKEECIIOBEE
AND ADVENTURE i
4 Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee i ten test will Include both general
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CIIANCEKY. -- I
I w. H. Russell returned to his I I TO meet the anticipated needs for questions and Items on elementary

Casablanca, the city that flashed I home here Saturday after spending I library assistants In Federal agencies library methods.
into the news as part of the bold Foreclosure of Mortgage
two weeks In Miami where he wentto
the U. S. Civil Service Com
and brilliant American invasion of Notice to Appear. Persons desiring to take the test
Friday & SaturdayDOUBLE North Africa I E. C. Reeves, Complainant, have some dental work done. mission today opened a new exam must file applicaton with the U S. .

vs. Inatlon Persons qualifying may be Civil Service
It was sound military tactics that W. B. Jennings spent several days Commission, Washington
B. E Fordham, as Director andTrustee appointed to positions paying $1,970 25 D. C. Full information
BILL took a place like Casablanca out ; ol this week in West Palm Beach,
of Fordham & Kirkland, and $1,752 a year.Replacements and forms
of the geography books and put It Inc., dissolved Florida I w here he went for an operation on may be obtained from O.
a
corpora- are needed fre E
in headlines, but it is thorough, his I Myers, Regional Director FifthU.
CRAIG STEPHENS tion, et als., Defendants eyeMrs quently both in Federal departmental S. Civil
Service Region, New
sound showmanship that makes the To B. E. Fordham, as director -0- libraries, particularly in WashIngton
Post( Office Bldg., Atlanta, 3, Georgia -
-In- screenplay "Casablanca" a vivid Albert Berka and daughter,
and trustee of Fordham & Kirkland -
D. C., and In naval stationlibraries
and Jo Ann, returned from or from first or second class
exciting adventure. Inc., a dissolved Florida corp last Friday
"HIDDEN HAND"and For one thing, the picture moves oration, residence unknown, M. L Perry where they spent two weeks I II throughout the country. post offices or from the United
Library assistants In naval air and
with the same speed and directionsas Fordham, as director and trustee I with Mrs Berka's sister. States Civil Service Commission,

did the A E F in Africa. And of Fordham & Kirkland Inc a I I -0- training stations will replace enlisted Washington 25, D. C.

dlsolved Florida corporation, resi- Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Lawson of : men going to sea. Libraries at Persons now their
"Medico of the PaintedSprings" you ned a Humphrey to set such apace using highest
dence unknown; Fordham &,Klrk- : these stations are for the use of ,
As "Rick" he's a tough guy Clewlston spent Sunday In Okee- skills In war work should not apply
land, Inc., a dissolved Florida corp- enlisted men, and contain both re
again, 'but a right guy. He can take oration, principal place of business chobee with Mr. Lawson's parents creatlonal and technical reading Appointments are made in ac'
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawson cordance with War .
care of himself place, time Manpower commission
With CHARLES STARRETTAlso any any unknown; the unknown assigns, matter.
and in any company.It's : successors in interest, trustee, or Salaries policies and employment

NEWS-STOOGE COMEDY a good thing he can. because I any other party claiming by, Albert Berka of Clewlston spent given hours incorporate payment staballzation plans
for the 8 of overtime
the setting for the film is in the through, under or against Fordhair Saturday and Sunday here with _
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Included In the 48 hour Federal
vivid city of the white houses that I, & Kirkland, Inc., a disolved Flor- Mrs. Berka and daughter, Miss Jo.
ida corporation, residence un- Ann. workweek. No specific experience or
I Sunday & Monday glare brightly in the blinding African '
known; B. E. Fordham, as director -0- education is required to compete in
Our Job Is to Save
I sunlight. mid i trustee of OJceedhobee City Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bowden left the test or to be eligible] for ap-

HUMPHREY BOGART But there is a flashback; to Parisin Land Company a dissolved Florida Sunday for Sebring where they will pointment to the $1,752 position*, Dollars

the Spring, which is notable fora corporation, residence unknown;
however In order to be appointedto
INGRID BERGMAN make their home while he l U em-
'Bogart who is not hard boiled but John E. Kelly, as director and trus-
the ,
ployed there. $1,970 positions persons 1 Buy
PAUL HENRIEDIn who is a believedly candid, trustingand tee of Okeechcbee City Land Com' certain .
must meet experience or
-0- War Bonds
I lover Teamed with the pany, a dissolved Florida corporation t
gay Miss Francis Houchard, A. W. training requirements! In additionto A
i natural and sincere grace of Ingrid residence unknown; Okeechobee the test I 1 Every Pay Day
Smith and Hubert Johnson attended passing
Land a dissolved -
Bergman's performance it i City Company
"CASABLANCA"AlsoMarch Florida corporation, principal a district meeting of the Federal -
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composes into a
place of business unknown; the unknown Farm Security Administration
of Time-Late News. nostalgic charm, shattered by the assigns. successors In Inter- In Lakeland last Thursday and Friday

entry of the Boche Into Paris It i est, trustees, or any other party; I Payroll Savings Buys ComfortFor

was the Spring of 1940. claiming by, through, under or. -0I -
in Casablanca the actionof Land Company I
WednesdayLORETTA Back Okeechobee
against City has
Miss Francis Houchard returned -
the story comes to a climax in a dissolved Florida corporation I to Okeechobee after spendIng Your Fighting RelativesNot

the surprise meeting between Hum- residence unknown; and eU I
YOUNG several days at her home In
phrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. parties having or claiming to have Clearwater where she was called on all of your payroll In$4.18; one web waist belt at 23
Is Paul Hen- any right, title or Interest in the< ings and other War Bond pur. cents; two cotton necktlca at 44
BRIEN DONLEYIn Involved with them
property hereinafter described, residence account of the Illness of her father. chases are used for tanks, cents; I khaki caps at (1.23
reld. who portrays Ingrid's husbandand unknown1 planes and gunpowder A part and one twill jacket at $7.16.:

the leader in the Underground the Mr. and Mrs. Oibb Gross are at of your Investment goes for the Total lIS.H.
It appearing from plead- comfort of your father, brother, An $18.75 war bond should
"A Night to Remember" movement. Centering about him is ings filed in above cause that home after spending last week at ion or friend. make a marine comfortable for

the whirl of events that finally en the complainant herein Is en- Fort Myers and Everglades City. Put your war bond buying the night with a 23-pnund mat-

Also-Comedy Food for Freedom able him to escape from Casablan; titled to an order of publication -o- through your payroll savings tress at $4.20; two blanket at
plan on a family basil to do the $13.84; a pillow at 56 rents and
X ca. The picture has a bang up fin against you end each of you Mrs. J. H McCranie returned to
most effective job In providing two pillow cases at 30 cent.
1&11.1th Claude Rains adding a it Is therefore ordered that you her home here Wednesday from for the cat and safety of your Total $18.60.

Coming AttractionsONCE superb touch that is as unexpectedas and each of you, are hereby I Tallahassee where she attended men In the armed forces FICOr he could be provided with
required to fits with the Clerk! ure It out for yourself how much a rubber poncho at $$4.77; a hel
it Is exciting. of above styled: court at his summer school. beyond 10 per cent of the amet with Iti lining and other

A HONEYMOONTHIS While the stars of "Casablanca"turn tfice[ In Okecchobee, riorlda gregate Income of your family Items of Iti assembly at $5.62;
UPON In performances that leave ( W. A. Lawson left Tuesday night you can put Into war bonds a rifle cartridge belt at $1.15;
written
\our rppearance per- above the cost of the necessities marine consisting:
GUN FOR HIRE little to be desired, It Is the work Svnul 1 or by attorney In said for Valdosta. Ga.. where he will of lire of a haversack corps, pack knapsack and

EVEN DAYS LEAVEIf of that masterly quartet of villains, si':It on the first Monday iiAugust spend ten days visiting his brother Remember a tingle $18.75 suspenders at {5.10; a canteen

Claude Rains, Conrad Veldt, Sydney 1943, tn3 dame being war bond will buy for a fighting and Its cover at $1.05. Total
I Are entitled to soldier on the front: Two cot$18.69..
Greenstreet and Peter Lorre the second day of said month, you wear a"target"
lapel button Yell Ion undershirts at 44 cents; two Those of you who worry about
with said
you find ice cream hard to get, that rounds out the picture makIng and thereafter to file are IT you are investing pairs of cotton shorts at 76 the comfort of jour boy In service -
Here's how: it contrived and clerk your written defense, If cents; two pairs of cotton socks can help Insure his comfort
try making your own of a cleverly t least ten percent of Income
: any, to the amended bill of your at 34 cents; one pair of shoes by buying war bond And 10
Beat two eggs separately, add vinegar convincing production. i complaint In said suit at the In War Bonds every pay at $4.31; a cotton khaki shirt years from now >ou'll take bade:

about % cup and beat some There are many bright and color- time prescribed by law. Herein day. It's your badge of pa- at $4.64; pair twill trousers at $25 for every 18.75 you put In.
II trlotl nt. U. S. Treasury DtptttmctitEKKH .
more; add two tablespoons vanilla ful components to this Warner I fail not or a decree pro con

and beat until mixed; whip two \ Bros production, and It took the fesso will be entered againstyou. --- ---

cans of chilled evaporated milk un practiced directorial art of Michael' .

til stiff thick then fold in the beat I Curtlz to hold them In harmonious It l U further ordered that this
1 order shall be published once
en eggs and beat some more. Now balance. .
each week for four consecutive
add one small can of crushed pineapple '"Casablanca" shows at the Gil-
News,
I weeks In the Okeechobee
or other fruit If preferred, bert Theatre Sunday and Monday. circu-
j a newspaper of general
stirring In with a spoon. Pour mix V lation published in Okeechobee

1 1 ture in icebox trays and stir once Gems for Your ScrapbookVICTORY Okeechobee County, Florida. ,

more just as it starts to freeze. I The relief sought in the'above

I Then allow to remain In freezing entitled suit Is to foreclose a

,I compartment of your refrigeratoruntil There is some victory gained Inevl'ry mortage against the following

gallant struggle. described property:
frozen. No Ice will form and
-Charles Dickens. Lot 6 of Block 12 Of Southwest
you will find It the equal to any Addition to Okeechobee Florida,

Ice cream you might buy. He that perseveres makes every according to plat of said addi- tfM1II.T
tV elf: TIQM
V difficulty an advancement and ev tion recorded in the office of

BEST QUALITY CAB- ery conquest a victory. the Clerk of Circuit Court of 1 1A ,

BAGE SEED FOR SALEIt Caleb C. Col ton. Okeechobee County In Plat

Mankind is not disposed to look I I Book 2, page 7.

Is well known, by everyone, narrowly Into the conduct of great and for general relief. ,

that cabbage seed are exceedingly victors when their victory is on the I' Witness my hand and seal of A

scarce.. It may be, later, you will side of l'lght.--George Eliot.A I said court at Okeechobee, Okeecho

not be able to get them at all. We bee County, Florida, this 28th day
heart loyal I to God is patient' Of June 1943.
have limited quantity following
a
and strong. Justice waits and l Is I Roy R. Raulerson

varieties: Copenhagen Market $8.50 used to waiting; and right wins i (Circuit Court Clerk Circuit !7 f'1{ ec : g
lb., Early Flat Dutch $5,50 lb., Ear' f! !
Court .j \fM. i II
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the everlasting victory. G 1 : ; ; '.
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ly Jersey Wakefield $4.75 lb., Charleston Mary Baker Eddy. I II By Sophronia Pease D. C. .;;,.J .., .> r. 'Ji J rIB \

Wakefield $450 lb. Suggestyou I Sumner & Sumner Ft. Pierce, Fla.

do not delay in sending in your In the economy of God. no effort, NOTICE TO APPEARIn .....,, ."..',.' : ."jfe",."...-.i'd" ,",\,,.,JftSaSL&: ".'",, '" iLrAM..,. ifr.fr, JWrfeisJii
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small forth for the State of '' '
however the
order. This offer Is subject to prior put The Name of

sale. More than, () years experienceis right cause fails of its effect. Florida:

behind every purchase you make -John Greenleaf Whittier.It To': B. S. Tepee whose last; ..','
I known address was Indian Town,
from Us. is when the hour of conflict is

Robinson's Wholesale over that history comes to a right I Florida You :are hereby required to file FEW< Standard: Oil Service! Stations are "boarded up."

understanding of the strife, andis appearance In this proceedings,, Pumps arc:: empt, drives vacar t" the boys have gone to war.

ready to exclaim, "Lo, God Is wherein Eleanor Tepee is suelng
Seed Warehouse I
here and we know it not" you for divorce, with the Clerk of I Wherever such a scene of inaction may have replaced

Cairo, Georgia -Bancroft. Circuit on the Court second at Okechobee day of August Florida -1 the busy corner of a short time ago, accept it as evidence

A. D. 1943; otherwise Judgement that many men of this Company hay changed their uniforms

against you by default -
will be entered
for a while. ,

.Vltnet my hand and seal of this Not far away you will find another Standard Oil

YOUR TIRES NEED RECAPPINGHave Court, at Okechobee, Okeechobee
County. Florida, this 26th. day of Station-open, busy, trustworthy-worth going an extra

June A. D. 1943. distance to find. If not all Stations in your locality can
Roy R. Raulerson (CT. CT. Seal)

them recapped by HUMPHRIES at Fort Clerk Circuit Court 9th. Judic- overcome the "man-power" question, please understandthat
ial Circuit of Florida in and for
Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We Okeechobee County.By we strive to keep standards high-too high to permit ;

are now operating twenty-four hours daily and Sophronia PeaD.. C. I indifferent operatiol'.

can give much more prompt service. Tnere is to Solicitors for Complainant Soon, we hope, conditions will favor and make possible

be a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and >on t: or winTION old-time operation. Until then let the Station that is

passenger tires during the next four months and Km Tnnn
I..."a tlr IOUSe'h' for while" be to that Standard Oilmen
grade III tires are about all gone. When your T Ii herein given Mint Nile "closed a a signal you

tires become smooth, have them recapped at Hill(',,"rl,1, lumifil' holder. the, lOr. ''h'I'u ill,r.*'riltlml nf Aniciliit No,, I are in the thick of the fight. ,

A I). II1.o. hn. llli'il 1 muni' In my "t- -
once. We have plenty of recapping rubber. floe linn made' onpllriitlnn\ t.r., Tliccd
; thereon, 1 Hslil ,'irtlflintoH -
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to .>ml>riiio.. the following. <1cirlhert ate- CARE FOR YOUR CAR
In the ('UII II,7 >IokHMlioltp
proper
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lot, e. Illk 7*. Okiwnol ,'llv
TM mwcuiininit uf, enact, \ l properly' Q
Tire & Co. limit sold <'"rtlfli-.. (Milt'il", wim In
Humphries Retreading the miilM nf Mnmle ('94033.

"'111... sill, Ortlflritta shall h. rilfinoil ..
I wonting to law property SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE 139 Iliprpln, uniill h* sold. to the
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FORT PIERCE, rLORID.'I, Annual. 1041.:! which In the Km clay I 1548.1r,1e,1'tkl4\.
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