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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 21, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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News of Our BoysIn \MY 9V\: ITOT BRIDGE; EhSENIIVL ow-: u----I 10 i Fulford Resigned As County : ONE: 2,200 DOCTOR PERSONS FOR IN EVERY FLORIDA Uino Boromei

VICTORY AND: ASK UBTtIO: I IS KE\L HEALTH

Various Camps Agent Saturday --- Move Seen I HAZARD 1 Gloria Dagastino

: Tampa, July IS.-The owners oliandy Tampa, July 19.-"State has one''

At Home & Abroad ( Bridge condemnation answering suit the, deny Gov.iinnent's To Get Active Agent For County ; J.doctor C. Dickensoa for every, of 2200 Tampa persons chairman," Dr.'!' Married Friday


I that Federal acquisition of Gandj of the east central district of Florida -
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Sollie Ellis arrived home Wed Bridge was essential to the war ef of thu procurement and assign- ;Miss Gloria Dagastino ftvtam the
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aesday morning from the army fort. The bridge company asks that, HE.NNETT-FtLLARD: : -1 I I Board of County Commissioners held' ment committee for doctors for the bride of Gino Boroeml In a wedding

training camp at Savannah, Ca. and I the property be returned to the Mrs. M L. Fullard\ announces the at the Court House last Saturday'' War Manpower commission, announced I I ceremony performed at the Sacred

apent two days here visiting friends stockholders with compensation for I yesterday Heart Catholic Church her last
County Agricultural Agent C. A.
Edith
marriage of her daughter Miss :
and relatives and attending to busintws. losses sustained since it Was taken "Shortaga of doctors is one of thel'I Friday morning at ten o'clock
Fulford offered his resignation to
I Fullard, 824'a\ Gardenia St, I
oM'r on April 27th and tolls re' ',''the not' greatest hazard in Florida-discharged Father Beerhalter of Fort Pierce
West I'alm Beach, and Lt. Malcomt Board. The resignation was
moved. I service men and women wilt/, performed the in the .
G. Bennett, Marine Corps, Camp made in writing, ceremony presence
Mrs Jasper Le. received a card The bridge has been In continuous ''t 1 need civilian doctors and they will of the two families and
Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred In discussing the resignation Mr. alal'lle
this. week from her son, Robert E. operation since November 29,, come first. Do not have an accident' number of friends of the
Fulford itated that h* wanted to cow
K. Bennett, Binghampton, N. Y. at
Wi\ and tolls have always been ap. live safely," advises Asher ,1
Lee In which he itated that he was Commissioners'' Frank, pIe.
the parsonage of the First Baptist give the County
a prnoner of war In Germany lit proved by the Florida Railroad director of the Florida Safety Coun; The bride was given in marriageby
time make for
to
I Church on July 1. Dr. Ira D. S. arrangements another
mated that he was well and getting I ommission. cil. her brother Watson
I I and the of DegastlBO,
Knight read the marriage service. man place amount ._ __ I
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along fine. Robert was listed as -V-- and he acted as best while
man MissDoriaa
Mrs. Bennett "a gradual of money to be paid him In the budgetfor

musing In action several week ago Lee Raulerson Is Okeechobee High School with thei the beginning of the new year Silver Springs Is Boromei was the bridesmaid.Mrs. .

Mad this u the first definite informaton I lass of 1U3S. She is employed by I and asked that his resignation besonic Boromei (settle daughter *fMr.

as to his exact wherue.bouts. effective November which I and Mrs. Joe Dagastino of this
the Florida Power and Light Com in
Home After Many Meeting Place Of i She born
I pan)'. would be .ahout the beginning of city. was In New Haven,
Sergeant Lawrence 1. McCarthy of : Cojin., but moved to Okeechobea with
I Lt. Bennett was graduated from the new fiscal year. '
O-nely, Neb., arrived In Okeechobee Months In I Italy I the Binghampton High School and Some members of the INrd and State t Leaders her parents six years ago sad has
iiiaJe this her hone ,
afternoon and is since She attended
Wednesday spundi -
from the Texas A 4. M College in other officials stated In discussing :

g a short time her with his un- 11MV where he also received hisBlaster's the resignation and the prospcots of I school in Mew Haven

eke, J. D. and D. B. McCarthy aid Lei, Raulerson returned to nil dugree. He attended Northwestern getting a new man for the jab they Silver Springs, July 18. -Civic aad I' the groom Is the sen of Mr. and

families. Sergeant McCarthy has home here 'ast Thursday after University and Is now work. should get someone who Is interested 'I business leaders of Central and :Mrs. Rogero Boibmei of this city

hen stationed at Memphis, Tenn. spending fifteen months with the !I tug on his doctor's degree. Before, in farming and would devote hiss I South Florida gathered here last:''He was born In Tampa but movedto

for the pant several months but after United States Army In North At entering the service 17 months ago entire time in that capacity In an week end to discuss two matters of Okeochobea twenty-eight year

his furlough Is up h< will re"it rica, Sicily and Italy. He landed MNew I Lt Bennett was employed as a mining effort to help devedop the farming' vital importance; a central truak'' ago and has made this his home

for duty at Miami York after an uneventful trip engineer at Butte, Mont He in the county. All were of the opinion i highway and water conservation ?i;I since. 11* attended school here and

,I back across the Atlantic.In mid his bride are residing at 324Himrilema that farming In Okeechobe The meeting was called by Judge graduated from the Okeechobe

Lieutenant Dan M. McCarthy ar discussing the war in North ; St,- Palm Buach Post. County had not kept pact with other' Robert T. Dowell, president of The''High School lie I la the proprietorof

lived home Tuesday night: from : Africa and Italy, Lee staled that it developments here for the put fifteen Scenic Highlanders Association, who the G. Boromei Fish Company,

North Carsp Hood, Texan, and i* was anything but funny at times I StickFofPurchaser '' years and that a live County invited the Orange Blossom Trail wholesale fish, dealers

spending ten days her with his and there were times when the boy Yard Agricultural Agent with a sincere I Association, Bee Line Highway Association They left immediately after the

parents, Mr. and firs. D. B. :Mir were unuble to sleep only a few ; I"I ire to be of benefit to the farm. '! and Central Florida Inc., ceremony for Fort Puree where

arthy.. hours at a time for days at a tim Of A : um would be able to a **mpllsh to participate In an effort to devel- II they, boarded, the Florida East Coast

due to the heavy air bombardmentswhich much in the devedopment of the : ope unified Interest and agreement train for a two weeks honeymoon

The following letter has bees received -, the Germans kept up In t Good Used Car tunning resources of the county both In the matter of sponsoring al I Their destination was Paris, Texas

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Leiter invasion, II trunk i After their
by early days of the which Is sorely needed. super- highway through CenI honeymoon they will

from the Commanding Officer lie stated that he and his outfit I While the Board of County Commissioners tial Florida and an effective plan I make Okeechobee their home
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ei the outfit their son, Pete Leitner, went through 128 air raids in 26 '' action for water conservation. I I --____
I Tampa July 17- Prospective buy did not take any
wj serving in at the time he was days during the fiercest fighting in f Governor-elect Millard Caldwell L.t'IES'I' MARCH: OF 1IME
'ers of used cars in connection with on the resignation at their meeting
killed in action in Burma todistinguish I II I I was honor and while he tookno "liAlh. DOOR TO
:; I Italy and that It was very easy the new OPA puce regulations will Suturdiiy there Is no doubt but what guest ; TOklO"

June 16, 1944, | the motors of the Ger I find the "yard stick" suggucted by they will\ accept it In due course' part in the discussions, he said I SHOWS BURMA FRONT
Dour Friends: man planes from all other planes I he was there to "listen and
and make effort another
an to get
I Dean A. Waiters, Service Director ofWill'a
Greetings In the name of Jesus He was attached to the anti-air. Overland Uotou, very helpful man to take up the duties of that' J, H, Dowling, engineer of the le..rn'1 This month's issue of The March

and who might this beT you ask craft artillery. Walter advisee purchasers. to office. I I11r. Road Department also anI j of Time "Back Door To Tokyo"

to which I must reply, this Is the He will spend twenty-one day Fulford has keen County Agricultural discussed Road 19. brings to the screen the dramatic

fflcer tit iimii.u.ii'cJ-tli ualt to' 'uer!' and after his furlough is no ask Engine-Does the ,.following! "It start questions!quickly": and. |( "'Allent. for Okeechobe* ..The proposed route would connect I ato'r4..General l Ja Stilwell's march

which Pete, your son, my buddy he will report back to South Carolie I I Idle Smoothly and quietly? Does County about fifteen years, moving Florida with a national system of, through Burma jungles to open a

belonged where he will join another outfit I exhaust smoke Indicate excessive here with his family freer Holmes super-highways, entering the state land route to China. This march,

This is a hard letter for mo to but does not know if he will County. on road 60 from Valdosta and running I which should hasten the end of the
I burning of oil? Does the engineshow I
write. I had fought side by aid*' again be sent overseas but hopes signs of oil and water V south through Lake City, High I war in the Far East form an impoitant >

..,th Pete in the Pacific aria, had that he will\ not because fifteen l leaks?any Does it ping when accelerating CIIIKCHES: OF CIIRIST, Springs, Gainesville, Ocala, Lees part of the :MOT coining t*

been In command of his unit forever months of fighting over there is I moderately Are the muffler SCIENTIST"TRUTH" : burg, Halnes City, Lake Wales, Se-I the Gilbert Theatre July 30 and 31.I .

half a year In India and Buries enough for him. I and tail pipe in good condition? I bring, Moore Haven, Clewiston I "Buck Door To Tokyo" shows III

i had learned to>> respect him In discussing the trip over he said' South Bay, Miami and via the Overseas I phase of the war Americans know
Body-Ara the fenders, body and Is the subject) of the
hiiihly' as a real out und out soldier he wont over on a boat and returned 'I l I I highway to Key West. relatively! little about. This film
other sheet metal parts free from L"lon-Sermon which will be readin I
and regard him as an intimate on a boat When asked i II f, I The conference opened Saturday reveals how Important this front actually
cracks and dents? Is the paint in Churches of Christ, Scientist,
buddy 'I he was seasick during the trip he 1\ I afternoon with a discussion of the I i i. For China groggy after
? Do the
good condition upholstering .throughout the world oa Sunday,
I thought, while retting here in stated that h* did not get seasick water conservation problem. Speak., seven years of war has been fight
I and floor mats chew excessivew July 23.The I
the hospital, that you would be InUrested but that most of the boys going and era pointed out that unless a seri ing for several years with only such
I ? Is the glass chipped or brok Goldea Text Is: "Thou, 0
in the details surroundingthe coming did get sick Iou. effort Is made to conserve the supplies as could be flown in by, air.
I en and are there any indications ol Lord, art a God full of compassion, "
departure of the deceased. They water supply of Central and South Once the land supply route Is opened .
water leaks around the windshield, and gracious, long-suffering, and
lullow: Our platoon, (the reconanssanc Florida, usefulness of our best agriculture .again, the flood of war material '
door or door glass? Does the window plenteous In and truth":, t
could
mercy
over and decided if we dig< lands, including the rich
] and Intelligence) consisted ,' la certain to Spell disaster for
of mechanism work smoothly and ( Psalms 86:15): ). *
in on that commanding strip i iII.
01 fifty-four men. We were used 'glades area would be jeopardized. the Japs.
t. scout out areas through which ground we would be able from that the door and trunk locks operate Among! the citations which comprise : A. Bettor, engineer with the This latest MOT contain some of
properly? Do the bumpeis, hub caps the Lesson Sermon is the '
the flank of the -
the regiment was to pass. W. op- \position to protect l'nited States Sugar Corporation the most exciting scenes in months
reached the and grille show signs of damage |I following from the Bible : !
batallion until It had
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warned the that tho situation
crated from twenty-four to thll't) I group shots of jungle warfare, of roads
six, hours ahead of the main body objective. The platoon moved into' Elech'iclll-ls the battery the "In that day this song shall be was serious Water tables are be.' and airfields hacked ,out of the
new position at once. This tuna we right sue and does it test properly? suns: In the land of Judah; We
i II>ur mission was to locate and mark ing steadily lowered by drainage, trackless wilderness, of the training -
trails, make lure there were no \M'i' In a crescent-ehaped perimeter Does the generator charge? Has have a strong city; salvation will lakes are drying up and this loss of Chinese troops by General
flat side the river I the stutter good clanking speed God for walls and bulwarks'
with the against appoint
,Japs in the Immediate area through cannot be replaced. : Stilwell, and of the men who fly the
\llu men began digging at once. Do all of the lights burn and are Open the gates, that tho right ( "
which the regiment was to pass i' ye John Ford, executive secretary o perilous lump, most dangerousair
Twenty minutes later (7:30) I was the reflectors clean and bright? eous nation which keepeth the
i until a designated objective was the Florida Farm Bureau, urged route in the world.
reached at which time we would : c' ng around inspecting the men's i ipoltlon. Tires and Accessories-Do the truth nay enter In. Thou wilt keep united action to solve the water Highlighting the film are new'

.. 1 hud just begun this, tires, including the spate have cuts him in whose mind
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attack). perfect peace problem, pointing out that It takes candid studies of General Stilwell
when a shot was fired from the opposite mid are the sidewalls worn? Do all\ is staved thee because he trust- and
We had traveled over two hua- on u lot of water to produce crops of Mountbatten and Somervell,

lied and fifty mile. in this manner ( aide of our position. Word' dash instruments, radio, heater and I eth in thee" (Isa. 20:1-3): I prepare them for market and that Chaing Kal Chek, too, Is seen in con

through the jungle-clad mountains caiue up the line that Pete was hit,; windshield wipers operate properly The Lesson-Sermon also includes both the citrus and trucking Industries ference with the allied leader
I ran over to his location and his Road Test-Insist on a road dem the from the '
Intelligent
.f northern Burma. following, passage i, would suffer unless an Other scenes In "Back Door To
buddy said, "He Is out there," and onstration. During the test observer Christian Science textbook "Sci I
About thee o'clock in the afternoon I program of water conservation Tokyo" show the famous Merril'sMarauders
pointed out the direction where onl clutch action gesr-shifting, steering, iind Health with to the, I,
of March 3rd our scouts contacted I ence Key were adopted.The I on the attack. Also shown
of loner observation I saw Pete I'ini'i' bru'.es! tear axle for quiet opera SCI ( Baker Eddy i of Ray &
Japs on the trail ahead iplIIe. by, Mary group as guests Is General Chennault with his forces

us. Wi were about two miles from I told the other soldier ( j I tio.i, spring and shock absorber con-' "Prayer cannot change the unalterable Davidson, owners of Silver Springs,, whose raids on Jap held ports and
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Walabum which w" had received' to cover me with tire from his tommy 1 tiol, overheating, and motor operation Truth, nor can prayer. alone, were entertained at the home of Jap shipping will\ help knock out the
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orders to attack. We lour platoon) gun while I helped Pete back. for acceleration and smoothness give! us IK understanding of Truth; Shorty Davidson and enjoyed a banquet ;, enemy

hid out there in the Jungle until I then crawled out some twenty at low and high speeds. but player, coupled with a fervent I at the Springs dining room that, V

the rest of the b&tallion caught up yards, worming my way through the V habitual, desire to know and do the'' evening. i I I I 0. Morrison and
Mrs George
with us. When the colonel approached bush to Pete's side I hastily examined I Representative and Mrs. W. J. will, of God will bring us Into allTruth" A Sunday morning session was Sarah and Susan of
him saw that the bullet had Hendry returned yesterday after- of the daughters
he studied the situation (p. 11:27: -31).i given over to a discussion at the
over hurriedly I then ordered me to passed through his hips (from side: noon from Thomasville, Ga., where V highway problem and resulted In Panama City, are visiting

take my platoon across the river to side). I asked him If Jie could Cu. Hendry went for a physical Miss Mary Acklin of Tampa arrived I unanimous agreement by all groups home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Russell

which flowed generally along the 11p: himself and he said "No." (And checkup at the hospital in that in Okeechobee Monday and is represented. John A. Whiting, representing -o-

path over which the main body when Pet said no, well, it just city. They returned by way of Tallahassee spending this week here as the the Bee Line Highway Association Mr. and Mrs. Price Burdeshawand
done I took his ex- : family spent Monday visiting
couldn't be ) and Tampa. more direct
missionwas a
planned to proceud. My guest of the Tomlinson family promoting
: tell dud hand pivoted him around his brother Paul Burdeshaw, in
-0-- laid his
to protect the right flank from -o- Tan pa Mluml route group
1 him head foremost R. F. Howell of Okeechobee who Is 111 at a hospital
enemy attack. then dragged Mr. and Mrs :Mrs Julian Morrison and little would cooperate fully with other or

Wi proceeded. The Japs saw us back to the security position within)'; South Miami, spent several days the daughter, Sandra, of Crystal ganlsations In an effort to secure there-Everglades New
o-r lines. It seemed to take hours first of the week in Okeechobee as 5prlni'\\ similar assurances -o-
dunning through the deep water I tl I I"I Visa, arrived In the trunk road\ ,
and fired at us with machine guns o, wearisome toll, but actually the guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. R. week and are spending spine time : came from representatives of all)j Henry Edward Kilpatrick, son of

and rifles. All the men managed must have been not over one or two! Howell and family. They left here visiting at the hoed of Mr. ,1 I groups attending the conference. I !Mr. andIra.! E. G. Kilpatrlck of

to get across safely. Once over we minutes. I had to keep low be cart- Tuesday morning for Tampa where and Mrs. W. H. Russell ea Parrott V Port Mayaca, has been enjoying II

reorganized then proceeded slowlyon : fur,' and Pete was a heavy boy. they ,wil spend a few days before Avenue I I Dr. Paula Frances of Miami arrived I couple of weeks at horn after learn

our mission through the elephant' One behind thu lines, the aid ) gong on to North Carolina for a -a- in Okeechobe this week and ing the Intricacies of navigation In

. grass We advanced until halted bye' i...n helped me get him to a slight: vacation.N. I I Mrs. W. H Russell returned to her will spend three week visiting Uncle Sam's Air Corps. Henry

darkness. There we dug in, in the, defile in the ground. W.. no more ] home here last Friday afar I friends !| Edward made an Interesting talk to

circle. At daylight the than reached it when (if you will Ray ,Carroll of Klssimmae, vice Oak apend'i I Pahokee Rotarians last week I.I in
form of a ing soma tine In Live -- |
) all\ hell brok president of the Okeechobee County I
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next morning two of the boys, excuse from the S3rd she was called on aocosst Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thomas and which he pointed out some of
Ilttt down stream loono. ups showed up with mail Bunk and Senator in law I of Gainesville\ work entailed In becoming a navi
walked a way I last Frl- terloui illness of her sister- \Mrs Henry Anderson
and returned with the report that thine guns, rifle! and knee mortar your I uatorlal District,Okeechobee spent com, Mrs, J. O. Lanler.Subscribe I I are spending this week In Okeechohue I gator. Luckily he will be stationed

through the fog they had noticeda rrll.: Kvery time you raiaed I I day afternoon in dlre'ctorj' I V a* the guest of Mr. and Mrs. at Boca Raton upon his return this
meeting '
inches opened fir Ing her to attend a
bead 1 Wad'three they
apace of high ground near a for The News M. Tomlinson and family week-Everglades New
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Is hereby Riven that H N. COUNTY. IN CIIANCEKY.CAUL :NntlfiIt( lir.ivliy /lv Pnvli.$ 'r""flruot. Fin, bolder< of Tax WATFOI1D, KnukTi. ii. huMer, of Tux Certificate 1'iiluil hula olh dnv "f July 1U44KOV -
Published fertlflpntc N'o. 11. Isiued the let dev Plaintiff :N. n. UK' !. KM Inilli'il the lit day of U. KAUI.EUSON.
Every l'Tlday< byhe of Jul,. A. I>. 1IU3\ Ins filed enme In TI I Ju v, A. 1). 11)1.: Inn lll'-'l inmu In turk Circuit Court of builds the
Okeechobc* News Co., at Okeecho- luv office : him limit,' application, for lM'lit liAlY WATFOKDPffonrtnnt nit urn ,',: him iiiinlH application fora Ok"e'hoIJl'8 County. I'lurlilni
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BRYANT BOWDEN!: ... Editor (Iki'i'i,'lioliw tllte nf Flnrliln t" wit oral lifllvery San Krnnrlic. Call- UI"'r1I011..o. Htnti nf .'Iorlollto.wlt :
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Entered us second class matter The ns.eKunii'iil lit unldiiniler flrllflpr' to the Bill of rnmtilnlnt for divorce 111 Si.llnll. :lul. 'J't'|', ::1:111111" :;. ,...
still Certificate liftiml wsi In filed A..oI' TOII hv Curl Wntfort. In \: ,NDm \s 'IN 7dAYS
Julv 1. 1914 at the Poet Office In I the minii' "f t'lu irlu's BellnweI'nleiu I the nlio\ .MIM: | cnnwon or before I UNHt-iHiiiHiit uf mild tropertv P
Okeechobee Florida under the I I >nl ,ileenieil ni'oonllne tn IR l ,... property nerlheil >. I he dlli-Knlloin<< of the Bill I Iu. ilium' .*( 1tltuui'i hue .'. I llolir>', r. KI 666 'aiungtr Car
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hldilur nt the ('nnrtluuuu se flow fl'Dllcd Rlhilt( TOU, I iilriu Kiilil Certificate ihnll be re-
notices In local eolumns.1 I Thli, order ilinll, I lie imbtlnbed) lieci.rdlHH "il 111.,1, iiininlliiy I In lii\\ Irup'rty| dl'. Its. Liquid for Malarial Symptom. II Power Plant
on l lie riot Mnndnt In the month of tn law In The OkeerholieeNewi. ,
10 cents ft line. Rates
for ,\iiirnnt.' tin I I. which Is (lie 7th >lnr nfIICIIHt : a newipaner of Renernl ---- -----
advertising furnished on application I .\ HIli.| linn linvlnp lt. principal ,
Classified! advertising 2 cents tiiitoil (this Bth ilnv "f Pualy' ll>44.ItOV ixmlnpM In the roiinty of clroOIA.\\ .
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each word per tn rtlon. All Items Clnrk Circuit Court. of Dntcil 01 Okeephnbee. '
nkee<'hohee Cnnnt>. Flnrlil l.'llh: dm! of June 1U44.
rewarding! enterprises conducted for ii'lrinlt rnurt Si>nl I) HOY U. IlAt'l.ERSON. I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
profit ore chargeable at rdverttslni I Clerk nf Circuit Cnnrt.
Okeechohee Connty. FlnrlilaRv
--- NOTICE OF \U'PI.irTIO FORT Saphronln I'rnle. I). C. ,
Advertising bills are payable on .\\ DKFOl.nwi u',. < :
: < ('t. seal) s- -r ><
of WS
the Mnrv Sinilcrfnr Rchnlman.tlornff lil t"I
first of each month. Parties : Notice hl'l Then thnr I,. for Plaintiff
unknown to publishers required to ,I Mnsr\ : Tux OrtlflraloN ,
In advance. <>. 14. Ixinoil, (he 1st day of M> ri< K of .\rri.irTiorou
pay I .Tnlv. .t. I). lie. lies fuel some In T11t.1I
niv office : hoe Hustle application forii I.u,"N of 111:13NtI'o : l .))1rt! ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: I Inv Peed tn he tunned thereon Siihl la lioreliy clven thnt Jennim1'rpseott. e--
iVrtlfli'Mc, nilirnion, the following doMlliril Iflcuste ? '
1 huller of Tin ('ert '
One year In advance ........ .. $200 i nr"i>iTtIn the County nfOkeiehciliee No 21)14 ImiiiPil the 1st (I in' of.Inly. :
Slit months In advance ..._....... 1.00 ,, 1 ttnh'. nf Flnrliln. to-wlt:: \ A. II. Ml.: !: Inn filed sumo In _
SEV of N1 %. Section 17 Twp.Tl for ,
niv nfflrv$ ban mnilp npiillrntlon
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Three months In advance ....... .75 I : I. I;urge ,1.1 II Ttiv; I u.u.I I" I h. iHNiied, I Iherpon. Sail p
'I Ne" esiiinpiit nf slid prnpertv I'lMtlflniti." "einbrnee the follnwlnir dp- /
soil! CiTtlflcnfe Issued W55 In ,rllted prnpertv In the (Cnnnt\' ,.t 't
8EH'ICEIE: I"'h.r I, "' '' nf llllle Yules. Ml"" 'hnliee, Mute of Flnrldll. to wit:
.. unld CertifIcate shall he l.nln) 12 mid II: llriiwnlnii Addlilnn -
((Continued frvm" TIM Our) neonrrllnijt to law, prnpertr i'. tn ('Hv lOt ikeorhnhee
rll.pd therein, ? shall hp snld, to the Thp .oHHnipiit of snld property
hlirhest didder nt tho (Cnnrthnn ,, ..
door n'I iu'r inld i 1 Cerllfli'iitc l neil nni In
on you. In the next hour and n I "ii HIP first Monday In the month of the nnnia nf Mnrv Mi'Tnnnlilln. KstateI'nless j
half' they attacked ill four time .Vnirniit. ItH. l Ht. npeordlng to law, property de.iTllied .
1U now they had ui lurroundod. on Dnled this Rth dnv of July 10... heroin sit uul) he sold to the
thrue ildoi. During this fight the HOY n, iuriEuso! = hllihesl hldder nt the I (',uiu rthotunn door
ClPrk on the flrxt Monthly In the month ofAiiKimt.
aid men very proficiently dressed Okoeehohoc Circuit County Court, Florida of 1'Mt ublih Is I Ihi' 7th ,h,.,' ofAllKIIHt.
K'lronlt, Court Seal) HMl. I
rete'i wound and administered four
Unled thin 1st lay of Julv. 1044.KOY .
Mali of Peti lay ---- It. 1I.\ol.l'I'IIX., ) / \'
morphine. just 1--- Clerk flrpnlt Court oflikppelmlipo ,", .,,. .-
tluTe and took It like the real man 1I Subscribe to The News Cniiuty. Flnrldn I .. ::i.f
I 11'In nil Court Seal I
be was. Never a whimper. I :
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By 2:15: I had radioed the ------ ----- -,,;. ',, "
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lion commander and received per.', I 1X1. ...'...'--.".._="...;_;;;;;;!."..==Z-... s..i" == "...=="...._..."..._'..".=.- .. .. __ :.::. '". '
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in ml on to withdraw across the river t "' _

the batulllon had this time '
iiM by
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gotten into position at Wslabum. .I YOUR

We cut litter polet for Pete and -

a norgetnt that was mortally woun.' J ,, 9W' ,

dud In the head, dropped' our Jack : TIRES ,
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el. over the poles' and began preparation .

for getting the wounded
:i; SMOOTH ? ;
across the nv.?. don't blame the fellows overseas for prohibition, either local or national, until

All prcpaatloni made, I odered gettin' all het up over it, Judge. For the they get back"

half the platoon to fire rapidly ai likes of me I can't see what's all the hurry "Too bad there isn't a law or somethin' I

. possible whether they law Jap. or cC Grade III Tires are becoming almost impossible about hoiciin': these local prohibition elections to be sure their wishes are carried out,

nut. 1 didn't want the Jape to have while they're away." Judse.:: "

u chance to lift their heads up to to secure that are any good and O. "I agree with you, Steve. Time after "There is in one state I know of Steve.

M'iwhat we were ,doing. When I, I time. .in their letters in articles in polls Just recently it passed a law prohibiting

lu'Hvy firing started, the litter car- P. A. again calls all tire users' attention to taken to get the ,views i.f our fighting men the calling of any prohibition election until

nera procured the patlenti and had they! have indicated unmii.akable terms a year after the peace is declared."

thorn across the river and In lafe the Fact that there is a shortage of new tires. : I that tl'oy ce.,'t w ..nt any action taken on "That really makes sense to me Judge.''

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hand. before the Japs had a chancetu .
That it will he many months before A Card
about It.
do anything Tliu adnrliumtnl tpatanii by Cmfaina of Alto/wilt Outran /,,,,, lit.Nature .
We then maneuvered the rest of -< holders can secure new tires. SO TAKE NO S -__-__- .. -- ---- .....= -
across and returned to 1
the platoon
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cttiaaltlei. The blood plasma (which, I IWo s

had ordered i" ady by radio) was' || they become smooth. Send them to one of

wilting and every precaution careS ,
through' < the South's finest plants, ten years experience : ,
full)' taken to pull Pete II,

An hour later, victory looked euro.Pvte ;,tIJI I Favors

was jolly a. ulllaho\ had :

IXK.II dressed by an expert physician Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.

anti a radio message had been ro1 1

I'c-ived laying that a plane would Phone 139 FT. FLA. -

be in by 2 1'. M. to fly Pete out to I ItIi : :::4 SOUTH T!

,' ho i>,tnl. The plane (Cull wui :.: ;'. -- :.: ": .: :..: ;. :.. = :.: : '. the
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to land in a live paddy field two J'

>iK>i ajway. A better itretcher wuacanatrufitod

and the two patients r" ; ;;;;71! I .,
gMr"yrrr7cyjEB7; yc TTSTF1f'VVv l<< ': IIi
cimiud to the itnp. The head- RELEASED : .../7? R i: t. ...&? > W: ,:'r' ,/ j ;tI". '. "N I
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wounded died on the way. Pete ... ,;;." It.
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Pt 't, .
rwichi'd It alrlte. The plane vaine 1 \ # : ( 'j; <)
,.. ;\,> ..... i l '!" .oI'i ., r.. \} I
un time but the field wa pretty ) *'fjL< ,l. ... .. tt h/t
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cracked while land ,n ": t1tr: ft ,T .
and he up ; ) ,
rough 'C.--I' In. :r
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Around "
Now Year t"
ing. |II I Open -\1'.t." .'"J.. < t'L' lr.l; ,).:..:.....'..,...... ,>: !'.. ,,;,; ,4wwfr' ....

Next plane wouldn't be able to ::1fJJ '! : .. j"I
11 :0 /
came until next morning. It landed \ I I : JjjiiJm; fr r I ; IC..
vA ; AVB 11rerI I r
5rs(
loaded and took off by ten
s : '*, .A1t w&jffli3rfsfv\2aa ..;... .J.\. t riJ.I \ II II1'
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Riveria Hotel
o'clock.aliout twenty 1 had hours not seen but the Pete boys for', I't' : .I. '. :' "''' ''''-:, ": .1o/j.II .. i't., .. "'1"1. j(.. -"..,..,,:,,1..4',

said he looked good. GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST :1e4
It seems that his abdomen was I ; I .,I : .Il114' t, :' iliw'' '* .JJ' : 'b '"
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The high I IIAI'II"' n 1'1't". .. 7oI" ''r.. ''litI
torn '
quite severely up. to '. I .- .... l .,..... ""I ) ;o'/ -17;
altltuJi of. the plane going over the I Announces I K II jrft"3' ,

ountainn may have helped, too, but I w ... :* % -,-"Hr. ".."3 ;t .-" ". .'r "
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omehow or other convulsions took I ,""' :- !:, ...... w :';JIII.t .. f... :!! i ".{Ii .
place and ai the itory reached me '''.. If;... I"'I I '',, ,... 'l!' .
They hadn't I NEW CABANA I .. ;--! ....... I :: 4t'lt'IIII;;: ,
fete died enroute. !! .
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e'en Being a chance a seminary to operate.student in I OPEN LLUB .. -.::-. ..: .J.t' ; <:;....- U''') ,... -"fiI. .I' \ ..j.ot...t., ....,....' '"h J.T


for missionary work before 1 ...... ii.
preparation should SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT I .
I think we
thank the God war that I had an opportunity \\n forests For in this area are industry of the South and in the promotion .

to pray with and for Pete whilehe Music Entertainment more than two hundred million acres of of sound forestry pi uces in the

was Still conscioui. The bullets III growing timber-an asset of inestimable territory served by its line. Communities

and shrapnel were flying around ui Recreation importance to the Nation. No other single:;: have been aided in securing the location

thick and taut, but In the midst I resource holds such vast potentialities for of pulp and paper mills and other wood

ef outward turmoil I believe the the development of industry. using industries thereby affording ready
Lord heard the cry of our hearts
markets for timber.
through the din of tattle and forgave TRANSPORTATION SERVICE With good soil ample rainfall and longgrowing
The i demand for wood
Pete Mi uni. Let ui trust FOR GUESTS ever-increasing
oft
the 1 fast growing pines
this! li so and that Pete, your ion, STATION WAGON WILL MEET-YOUR TRAIN. AND MAKE 'I c south season often, attain commercial 1 size i in pulp I to be used in the manufacture of

Jay buddy, li spending his eternity paper, rayon, plastics and kindred products

with he who loved UK and gave TRIPS TO THE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH fitvcen to twenty years. Under such conditions holds great promise for future expansion .

'himself for UI Tenderly yours In timber can be treated as a crop, of the S out h's wood cellulosindustry I .

Christ.: I remain with love I BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING with continuous annual I vie ld' a. -a development which Seaboard

Logan Weiton. I AND PLEASUREWrite I The Seaboard Railway bis pioneered will contfnue to aid.( in fullest measure.

------V I in the development: of the wood cellulose SeeboarLRaitway. tforfolk, 10, Virginia

for Descriptive Literature and Summer Rttee .
will .
mules,
FOR SALE-12 big fat .

tell one or all, cash or credit. Pad- .'"

rick Chevrolet Company, Ft. Pierce Hotel ili .
Riveria /
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IF YOU want to. get married, write I Box 747' DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA | I f .' : '

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Box 26, Vancouver, Wash. ,
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FOR t ULEI 6Vi foot hue peita. ,NIl :: <
Notice
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30 cents each In truck load lets .

C, T. Wall Box 341, Stuart, Fla. Several Hotel Positions Open Write I ", .: -

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FOR SALE-One Electric Refrigerator B./ ..r. UTAH ONDJTnE "
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JULY 21, 1941 TilE OKEECHOBEE NEWSELECTRICAL
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Ruth May Hoerger of Miami MST LIFE FUNNY tr

I Beach, nationally known swimming f
WORK
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star, li now a member of theWAVES. Hurgesi Dameron, of the AP cleft

Miss Horeger li holder of the 220 ran across the following which we } I

P. P. EVANSHOUSE and 4f0-free style swimming cham' submit to your i i .

plonihlp of Florida, aid winner of I Man comes Into the worlil with. 1
WIRING the three mile lenlor national out hid consent and leaves It a- ? I
swimming championship in 1936 I ualnnt his will what are

('. II. McNulty of Melbourne, president i During his stay on earth his time

NOTICE APPM04TION.\\ DKHI FORT. of the Okecchobee County 'I'I. spent In one continuous round of ,.j

Laws of 1135 here attending contradictions and mlaunderitandInifs. -
Hank, spent last Friday
Notice ti hereby given that Okecrhohoft '
Incorpormod, hokltr of TAX to business I YOU waiting
CVrtlfli'flte. Nn.. 2.1, ,1*. 4::. 41. 47, COBl -- In his Infancy he Is an angel.In \ //f1' \
end. '3. I'mi<>i1 the lot rtnv of nfl( K: OK MtKTIMI: OF rot''iTi his bo hood he la devil.In :
July A. I). 1042. bill filed mine In 110Hit OK KM: \\.Ilyn" ) a '., )
my office: bill ninile application. far MiTM'K' IX linitKHV IIIVKS.:: That his manhood he In everythingfrom r. "
a Tn* Ii>8,1, to he li,u.cl thereon Snld' tln TIIX ,\.Ke.wir end 1 th- hoard nf 'Y.,- "
1'ertlflpate pmbr d s thn following doirrlhi'd "'011 lit\ t'olllllll..Iolll'r.11I meet In a lizard up.
property In fhe County of tile ('?art lloiixe lit llkeei'hnhee, Klor- If he raises a family he Is a for ? .
O l1| Lot 21. Sectl.in *. Twp 31. Hue. S3. iMli.ik, A. )1. fur the pnrpone of chump. i j
Lot 1.1: Section Id Twp.\ SI Uue. S3. i 'nu..ll rlog the, V.M4 AmcNiiiiiviit Hull
Lot 12 Section IS, Twp. St. Hire. 3:1: of nkw-chnlttv I'ulinly ; of licarlnirroinpliiliiti If he doenn't raise a family, he "
., Lot S. Section 31.: Twp. S4. lt Ill. 81 cad recehlnn temlmmiy, nil Is too selflHh. I
Lot 2H. Section 2fl. Twp 3-1. Itte. 83: tu tlw color of 'any property renl or I'
Lot SO Suction ii'l. Twp. 31 Hire. 33. per.ounl. nil fixed by the C'lIlIlItv0.. If he raises a check, he Is a'
Lot 32. "Kccttmi Jd. Twp :14. (Hue. :i\: ,I ., nor of truce or perfect Inir.. reviewIntr -
Lot K Sectl'in 311. T\\'p. 84, Hue. 8.1 l nail eiiimll'lnir nM 11..11I'.1111. crook. I
The n.*.eisment of mid propertyunder If mi) of the taxpayers of oho Conn If he Is a poor man, he U a bad
mid\ Certificate Issued win In tv have nay rninidiilnlN to iniikeiiiriilimt I
the of I'nkiMiwM, ). and has .
name I II Doffenbniieh. the n "i' nii'iiU entered manager no sense.I
II. M. Wllllnmi Mnrgarrt (I. the 11144\
iimiliiKl their properly 1111
Solder "Snmuel Heinle. Lydia Gerber roll they are hereby reqiieBleil to meetullli I If he Is rich, he Is smart hut dishonest.
and Oiittlelli Nun*. the Itoiird of .:"|"III\1.UIIIIII\ on the .
Unless .11 hI.tlfl.ol., .' slmll I lie, redeemed I ilnle nhove stated find pre.c>nt theiriilijeiiliiim
according. to Inw, property do. and cliilni or ribI I heir If he U not In politics, he Is anundwlrable
crlhed therein shnll he sold to the written coniphilnu with the Clerk of
lilirhcst, Milder nt the Courtlioiine door the Circuit\ Court on or bofure the citizen.
.MI the first Monday In the month of mild flute, If he 1 U In politics, he U a grafter. -
August ltM4. which li the Till day nf )In.\ ItTI OK CIM'N'CY ofa'
August. 1IM4. CiMMIS Knteil thin nOT fith day of Jolt 1044. I :I; I I I: ': "CII"N'I'1'. If hf goes to church, he la a ,
K. ItAn.EUSON. \I'l.llKID.V I
rierk Circuit Court of ,isIJALl hjpocrlte !II
Okrahobo'nosh.. Florida I C. P TUtAVVP (linlrmiiii' I
((Ircult Court Seal) \tI..11 Itn.U. Kuulerson clerk If he doesn't he In a sinner. i i : f r'Mr
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IBBQBATTENTION show.If he doesn't, he Is a tightwad. !' 'Yur: electric iron-on ti: :a I'd5o

When he first comes Into the day of your biggest wash "gats tue>a', 4 g S L ,
I and doesn't want to work. The vacuum
TRUCK OWNERSFor world, everone wants to kin him. >I .
cleaner it cuts off just when you're) expecting 1 ?
Before he leave the world everyone I your bridge club and on the (
want to kick him. one morning in the) week hubby is running .
If he dies young, there WON a late and wants his breakfast right
some months new truck tires have great future before him. II \ now the toaster up and quits '

been becoming more scarce. The armed forces I If he live to a ripe old age, he But why go on? There's a simple way ) '
I to avoid these handicaps to your daily

are now using most of the production and the i I II'II In the a'ay. Everglades' :Nowi. I' give living.those Have valuable your electric appliances repair"going dealer

---VI over" at once' Save money now and
manufacturers have notified us there will be I trouble in the future. There's no time
The happiness of life depend
'II like the present, so what are we wait 9 t FRE
many thousand tires short of the certificates )leee upon what befalls us than up. ing for?
I on the way In which we take it. t'O Ig
issued. For ihat reason O. P. A. has again Lavattr. ("'t"LORID ;-' \ ;

\ % .Ll4IIT (OWP\u' e-a.a..go.
that I Then welcome each rebuff rO"F.Zl-J _.e_ lei i..q?
requested every truck owner take the best I !
That turn earth's smoothness '. in..i t'M- qW, C..er i
I possible care of his tires and have every tire I rough,

Each sting that b.da: not alt nor I .
recapped as eon as it is smooth. The situa I stand but got!

tion is more serious than at any time since the i I Robert Browning. I

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Have your tires recapped now. ft .,

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of money : the importance of regular saving I I I I'A r $ % /


'I rand that the War Bonds and Stamps i,


; the family buys now are security for his ,"

i post-war education and development! = crucial period in the war has arrived. commodate you, conditions on 0"' : : t'

Great army air and naval units are pressing the over which you would travel may proven n.i-. ..< 'I

Buy his War Loan Bond here-Today! I j attack on many fronts. Supply lines are essential congested than anticipated. '
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i I The Florida East Coast Railway and other disabled service men must be accommodated on

I railroads are vital supply lines linking production regular trains. Passenger cars may have to be

Okeechobee County centers and military posts with ports and taken out of regular service and your reservations
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; waiting ships. They carry reinforcements, mu cancelled to meet such emergencies.

jI/ nitions. and food that be delivered
equipment must So this summer and we hope it will be

\ i when and where needed often on short the last requiring such a sacrifice help keep

Bank I f I/ notice. supply lines open by avoiding unnecessary

a Nonessential travel at this time tends lo" 'travel. let the boys In the 'service and people

m f burden and clog these vital supply lines. Even on really essential trips have the limited space
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U !r I' though your local railroad may be able to ace available on trains.

Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit i


OFFICERS Insurance AND Corporation DIRECTORS : I I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


C. H. MeNTJLTT. President N. BAT CARROLL, Vlee-PreeUeni A Florida Industry and InstitutionFRIDAY

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TilE OKEECIIOBEE :NEWS FRIDAY JCLY 21, 1944

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Mrs Bertio *ilson will leave tomorrow nn+'ry for the highest end best rash Swlv ling lute E': Ii or Lot 12. BIt, 9.ltililrnnd Lots 4, 7 A N, Blk. 4, t. .. t +KI+)
bid. subject to IhB rlilit of thin Trim- dividing lots ID It Ahltlo"! HIli rood Addition, .+-00 0 Ho+#++ :-.,+)-'C'")
to return to Atlanta, Ga., tees of the Internal, Improvemenf Fund 17 te f-E Cor of Lot Y. 111k I, F.llpdllo Mill be offered for sale at public
after week her with and of the Board of Commissioners of Lnt HI, lutcriuK-t- OkI'Ccbuhoe Park outcry for Ibo highest and ,best cash
spending a Everglades' Drainage District Is rejm'tsilty lug Comers High II/II bid. subject to the rliikt nf the Board
her aiether, Mrs R, L, Pearce and, all bids, st the Courthouse way : theme alungNHdry hot ii. 111k 20. City nf Commissioners nf hverglad': '. Drain Gilbert Theatre
I bra-Inning lit 10'00 o'clock A M oa the to Contiers nf ok..bob.eB'I one IHstrlvt a'"d/or Board of Cuiinlr
-0- Sllh day of August, 11144 As to all Highway to I'OB: ot SW'4 ot Nfl CiiimiUhbinucrii" of Jkocchobec- -i unty
parcels uf land of ten acres or more together with aU 4) ____.___._n..._.. II 41 53 .. Florida. lo reject say and all bids, at Okeeebo\Jee
Sire Bryant Bowden left Tuesdayfor tlllo to one-half of petroleum atoll lands lying and hot It _.._.... 4 II 31 he "'..lIrlhonlll. beginning at 10.ou
Jacksonville where sat went to three fourths of other mineral will being between mild, :\W', of NIp4 except n'clnik. A, M on the Ultb dav of Aug.
lie reserved bv Trustees nt the Inter tract and IT' of Itlt II/\s ________._ 21 37 n 3T net 1U44. Knscniunt" fur drainage andricliiiiiiitlon -
aU..4 the wedding of her ion Ray mil Improvement Fund. Ensement. for water level of lake \11''e' ur SF.4 ot NW and rued purpiises will be

Simraeni who will be married at mail right of w av 2110 feet wide willIe Consolidated Land. /1 ------ ---....-., 2I 27! n to reserved Fifty penent .TM'/i" ) of all
reserved' hv snld Trimlees from C'o's H/l of part N11"uta\; "__'O'n"_ T 33 3.1 nil. gus, and luliieral rights will also Sunday & Monday
the Central ChrUtian Church In that any ,paryl through which there Is an of Blk. T .......... JIT a S 3(1( l tt 6 "I I A :I mk 240, he reserved
existing stnte rondt and ensunient for t'Ill' of (Ok..el1oh. novitn or rovMissioNicitsOK : \ :
cite dais afternoon She will return dnitnntie nnd reclamation and for BiiAKli' III'. l'o lm 810SI'It1 Lit 1IIIk.. 210. City LVr.ltULAKHS URAINAOV: :;
road will be ruerved. and OK KVhllliLAHh8 DRAIN. lit Okeeehnien DISTRICT Betty Hutton and
purposes
heme tomorrow.
flfly percent !I"I' -e- mineral rights will be reserved by the : OK THE INTERNAL \ ). City ot Okeerhuh BOARD OF l'OI'ST'O I. Eddie Bracken-
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Itoiird of Cnnimlssloners of EvergladesDrnlltege e. II IuN1oNlJtl OF ounnciii
Mrs F, F. Burr ii spending! this District.I I \ TUB Sl'AIL1 01" KLOUIIM. Lots I 10 a. (.... Elk BiU "orn.OIlIl'A.; ,
..1 Description fee. Twp Rgi A. '' 2. 1'11".11 SIO or P.y Ito\: It UAUl.EHhON.\ -1.-
week la Gainesville wkere She Bv KlIt.. H.1I.1:1I1I0)AII.nt\: \ ____._..._
(nt 4. Ulk I'.. Southern I art of .. 30 37 at Clunk of the Circuit Court <>fOkeecbobee
for 'Irimit-i'S, of the Internal lui.liruveini'iit Lit 1. Pllk. Florldnus I
called on account of the serious Pines H/D' a 243. City County
/ I'.lk. D. Hontkem Fund and' for Boardof lit ok.'hohuo agent for said Boards
I.ntI. THE
illaeas of her mother. !Illr Tines H/D I Cuiiinilmluiiers HiKtil.t of Ukvei-kuLee Uvergluikslirnlniige MIRACLE OF

: and :Mrs J. M. Roe, Sr., and Siv.: \\.orot"1 'lit andS t'uillilj. Florida.oi -

loa J. M, Jr., have returned to theirhesse 11,11 11':' of KH of llepnrt of (nndlllon ...tCl1FtTllon..t MORGANS
.... !S7 31 TO CREEK
sw I. oi III r.vt 21 : ('01NT\' IUNK
here after spending a month .:.,. nod .:',* of W.IiU J7 84 4-0 rit OF ni.ic.VTioN of Okeeclinhm In flu. Ktiile' of Horl" RI the 'low
i .f business
visiting! relatives and vacationing in l.nfs 1, 2. & 3. Blk. It appearing by affidavit to the Bill enJune Also on the same prorram-
(II I. linns M/1I of NW I of Coinpliiliit In a stilt fur divorce, JO. 1914
Virgiaii.Mrs. l V, nf SE'i nf NEV, 15 J7 39 filed III a caiuo pendlHK, In the Circuit LATE WAR NEWS
Lots 1 ft 2, Elk B. I Court In and for Okeechobee County, I A.aET9
Wrights 2nd Addll- Florida, u'herd ii \\lllliiiu E.: Borden SPORTS I. Q.
J. C. Platt returned to her linn 0 Is cool pluinnnt and Rose Bordeii, defendiint Lniiiis and discounts (dm linllng Xnne overdrafts) ...I !INI.470 TO
I.nll. Blk B. Wrights that sold defendant Is a 01111.1 1 .nll..1 '"|U'" "'I*''"""*''" elillgntb.ns. direct stud BHnranteml .... Mq.72a,92/
home here Sunday afternoon after Jn.l Addition resident ol Ibo State of Florida : that I C'noh hn'II.1.1'lIh other banks. Including reserve balances' and ---------v----------.
leveral with relatives 1.1110I/ & A. Elk B, her residence" Is 218 Beekmun Avenue rush, "''"" 'In f'"?*" of "lll",. i"n EO2w) .1,
coding dayi rights! :nd Addl- North 'lurrvtown, New lurk, N. 1., nnnk |I.ml... untied I.T.5IIOIHI: furniture stud fixtures f 4.I\HI.no.\ Kionono
and friends In Lakeland i ie Idea that there Is no cue In the State of Other asMts ..... ._.......................... ..... ...... S.'OH
All that part of Elk Florida service of a SHbpnenn upon Friday and SaturdayJuly
I T. Greet akes X/D I : '1lh.W: bind the I defendant: : TOTAL ASSETS .. 1.021.W OO.2
H nf FP.C II)'. nerd that she Is above the age of twenty
:Mrs W. D. Coker has returned to I K of lands ennvev.l Coo veers : It li therefore ordered that I I U \niiiTir.4Milnnnd 28-29
after several l to Fred T. i: the snit nun.resident defendant. Rose
here spendlig
home
her \ Illckersnn as follows' Burden, be and she In hereby requiredto ilepnslts nf Indlvldiiiils. partnerships, and .corporations 4lr>.flOS4'J
diys in Lakeland with her : beg at SW to the bill I of complnlnt 'I'line depnslts nf ludhldiinlH. piirlnersbliis. nnd corporations ..._.. 20.074 n Jimmy ydon
I Elk 7. I appear Deposits of lulled, States .muniment .. 2IWK102TDepimlts
cor. Lot 17 ,./ filed In sold ennuinn, or before 21 et ilncliidlng I pontnl savings)
daughter, Miss Marjorie, who li a ttreat Iakes II/II ton '." AD 11144. otherwise the of Sintis, nod pidllbnl elli,,dtvlahlla, .-._ i'4iST4T'Dipnslts : '"
Florida Southern I N line of Con. I'5' f7 ''1'? I dip of of dune. .t. I> 1IM4. otherwise the of 'hanks .. .... _...................................... inotMKK) -Ia-
stiilent at the I tier Hlcbnav : r nl I IIh I ..i., ." INErly nllcgiitlnns of said 1 1 Bill nt Complaint Other .1t..II. certified! and officers' checks etc.) .._..._....__... 1.:300.sfl
College. a).ng division will lie taken ai confessed by sold defendant TOTAL DEPOSITS! ..........._..._*O4T1a28
line nf lots 1" : !I TOTAL \BII.iriIN 011I1 I Including subordinated ALDRICIIII

.----- --- -- A 17 to NW roe.I It In further ordered thnt this orderbe itlillgiillniis shown below) _..._.........._.., 1M7Ht,:li
I of Lot 17. theme published once a week for four con I
NErly along same I secnthe weeks In the IIk., 'llOll1'e C4PIT\L ACIOINT
enurs to Its Inter. :News. a nowxpaper published I* said HOUSE
section with 8Bdrv / Coitniv and Stnte. ('II"ltnl.' .................. "'''''' ..... .. .. ................ .....9 230fg19n
ATTENTION! Alt HOME CANNERS! of FEC fly This 21-1 law of Julv, A. I). 1144 I !Strl'In., ... .. ........... ....... .. ............ ::_..........._....._. /6.ba1.m1
rjienee In SerlTnlong this Huh day nf May, A.. I>. 11)44IMAI. I nllvldwl pr+dits ......... ....................__...._......................_.. 7l1II6.IHI
defers you begin font 11)44 tin S/Bdry efsuld ( : \ .> ICourttN: : I

flag! Good Housekeeping Jl g- Kv, line te IClerklClreult I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOfNTS ................................... ...... 37,091.00
arias advlsts ; use the boiling. Canal No. 7. thencsHAtlv R..sal Hayden
yoa along said TOTAL I.IAB1LITIFS!: AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..............*!.021xne.4This '
Hater. Into method far tolustocSaui W Bdrv of Canalto NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL
fruits, only. Can ill vegeta- N line of Con L\N'I bank's pspltnl consist of common stock with: total par value of tnooiiMFIORM -Dl-
Met accept tomatoes by tke cor. ours Illifb way : Norm lit niitinv: GIVEN that
thuHce along N Pursuant to Seitlon 13 IIt.) Chapter ).\
reel ue of a preseaie cooker t. line o f Conners 3mCA.! Law. of Florida Acts of 1041, VIGILANTESRIDE
be acre of killing botntlnns germs Illghwnv to PitH : and Seellyii St. Chapter 11717 Laws Pledged a..ets (and' securltlis loaned) (book value) :
I* tke last tow years, eases ofiit.llnns together with all' nf Florldn Acts of lull: as amendedh I'. S. Oovernment obllgatliins direct stud gnnrnntee.1
have 1 n s d s hlnz 1 between Section 11. fhapter ,WHITS.( Lows ofFleridn. pledged to sooiire doposlts and other llnbllltlus ..........$ od1.72392
taut
polssnlag
Mild tract' Acts of 1U41 and alsu pur.Isnant .
cropped up In widely different find IT' water level I i In Sertlnn 4. ('h) TOTAL ... ..... ..... ......._............................ ..............' 5a,7_> .V2
parts of the coul>lry. Buy borrow of lake I I Laws: of Klnrlda.:; Acts f''hu:01: ,
Block T. Consolidated emended hy Section lu Chapter 2207U Secured and' .preferred liabilities :
tbare! a presssne cooker Land Co: 8/D I' Deposits secured ..t. Also
'Laws of rinrldn. A.t..f 104], and by plc4geil as pursuant teijnlrenienls ) CARTOON AND
any ether way It yon wunt fintkcc '- of port ............ i7& 338 W xeetlnn 44, lliiipter' 21(7.22' laws of nf law e"h. ........_............................g WIJX11: : ,
Information write Good Beg at I't. on Con. I'lorldnets of 1U41. ss amended bvSection LAW WAR NEWS
naustkeeptng' :Mngnrlne. 9'44 UlgbtlIvesse tiers Highway st8W I 21. Chapter :!!U7I1. Laws ofFlorida. TOTAL __..._....____-_..__.. ............ .............................. MI.M1D4S'lijmr.llnnle.l :;:
Cur of Lot 1. Acts of 11)43. the followingdescribed
New York 1* N. T. IVk. 7, Or eat lands In Okeediohoe County obligations-:
Lakes 8/D fi* 1"Iurile, to wit On diitu nf report" the" r.iiitre| I'UB : run Nerlv II..... T" I'. (tae. \. | nf this bunk was ------------------------------8 Il) .fl4f21: Comiag Attractions<
long N\ Bdry of Lots" 11 & 12. Blk. UK Assets repnrled above which were eligible as legal
lot 1 to NW Cur. City of Okveelinbee reserve nmonntei to .._.. .... ..... ........................... .. 3fa' .2"!).M
Lot 1 : thence along I I lots 1. 2. & 3. Elk
NOTICE same bourse I II. \\'right's ht Add.'D I. n (1 Kllpalrlik: ,Tr. of the hove. named hank, do soleinnlv, affirm thAt "HRO\DWAT RHYTHM""SI'AMSl.tG
nki-wdisben ('oa.I,., Florida Nerly to Pt. Intersecting / In inn ,11"nmcni the above statement Is true, and that It tully and correctly represents the
July 19! 1044 8 Bdryof I lots T & M .. 22 37 31 true state of the seiernl matters I..rl'lll contnlned, nnd set forth to the best ROOM U.NLT"
NOTICE IS IIBREBT GIVEN thnt F E C It)'. : Lot 7. Illk 40. South 01 my knowledge and belief.
pursuant to Section' 8 of Chapter thence. Serlv along\ Okccihobce' Un.... B. 0. KILFATKICK. ..TrCurrixt "Gt'XG HO!"
!'.V8. law lOr Florida\ Acts nf ltf7.: FEC Ry imio tt Lnts II \ 111. Blk D.Scuth -Attest': H, M. Mn'-nilVH( : "CO\ER GIRL"
know as the MURPHY ACT anil In to Pt. In Nerly I Okeivhobee.Lnt .. J. O. PEARCE
pnrsiissca nf Chapter 20 .'\>I. Isvts nfFlurlila extension of lines 11 Eicept S II) ftIllk C II. 1. I'I.1'Dtrpctoro "L\IV TAKES A CHANCE"
Acts of 1841 known H the between Lute lit It U. Miutb Ukeeilhobee -
FMuti.f.Anns I PKU.NAOE\ 1)11.: 17 Elk. T : thence .......... Stare of Florida, County of Okeechohee. ss-
1UICT) ACT the following described Swlv paralleling Lot 4. Illk. It), South) Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day. nf duly' 1 ImM hunted In Everglades Drainage Bdry line dividing l'k..e.llOhee hereby certify that I mil not an officer or director of this bank.
Lot .1. Illk M, of Sent K. ??? +++ ? ? ? +
of \oinn / : WILLUMS Public
lots HI & 17 City ( Notary
IHnVrbt. In Okeechnbee County Flur ... .. ., .... ...... .............. ...
life, will be offered fur sale at public Elk 7theme Okeechobee M)' C'.IUIIIII.lulI expires Septenibi IS. 1045. 01. : : : ; : : + : : :.0: : : : : : : ; + : : +


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the Several ''Property Owners Taxpayers



Citizens and Others having or claiming any .



right, title or interest in any lands within



the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee



.1943 City of Okeechobee taxes have not Florida, will sell all lands in the City of Okee-




been paid: chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which



City of Okeechobee taxes for the year 1943


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have not been paid on the 7th day of August,



A. D. 1944, at the City Hall in said City of



Okeechobee.. Lists of lands to be sold have been .



posted at the following places in said City of



SAID SALE WILL BEGIN AT NOON Okeechobee:




ON AUGUST 7TH 1944. Front Door of the City Hall.




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