The Okeechobee news
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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 16, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 29- Number Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 16, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Cattiemen Award L m Cc. i : :LI zs Lo.e 1 I Seaboard Exhibiting WAAC
II I .: I '" .c 11 Enrollment
h &:.ny ifxea Entering I J., If'ra s l From. a General I *: Forestry ProductsOn
UnctC Service., Extensive Tour
Local warn s
Boys PrizesIn 1 I Delays Father Call

'-ckso." ulle July; 14 (.ifM De t I Norfolk. Va July 13 iFNS) The

Fat Stock ShowA *' :e the ua that the vocation is.1 :%: Lieutenant General Lesley James McNair, :'jf. ';'industrial department, of the Sea For War Service"The

( iL'-.dcrid teen Sal over half the I :$:: Commander oi Ground Troops in the United | board Air Line Railway has constructed

u. liilvtra in t.ie countryeid tak :: and now has on display an
%: taie& wounded while visiting the African front :$
I !
Fat Stock show was held at 1.: 11: iii unni'd writes Last year j exhibit which shows the importance passage of the bill putting
the Dixie Cattlemen's ASb clatiol1' u.. DUS tran po..latlO1comp nlea J :%: lau the following to say of American doctors in $::1: [ of forests of the southeast, accordIng the W. A. A. C. In the Army before

sales pen on Thursday, July 15th.
There were seven entry, all being teplace these trained operatois. %: uperb. know' at firsthand the speed and efficiency ::| Forrester of the Soaboard. on the number of womenIn

t.ween the .1 of 10 and 17 years. One Florida bus line advertised I ; wilh, which they worked. I was wounded at :$i: I The six states of Virginia North the Corps," states Captain Elizabeth

boys of Ofleechobee County, be i :;sat week for women drivers and j Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, White recruiting officer for
: ". ilU: in the afternoon. Within ten minutes they %;
The following entered: : ;]: :: Georgia and Florida the Miami area."Approximately,
others may have to do so. The National are prominently -
Haynes William AMoclaitcn: \ of Motor Butp 1:1: ) ad me at the Battalion Aid Station There two :|:: displayed. The National forests, 10': of the work

Den Fultord era tors reports that 79 per cent of :r} medical officers }put a (tourniquet on my shoulder ::1|: the state forests and private forest! done by soldiers can be as well or

John Harold Smith Smith all drivers are between the ages of f: .;1 stop the bleeding, bandaged me, fixed me up :|_ lands are all designated in color, better done by women. The country

Edward Alderman 21 and 37 years or age and 62 percent I ; .-o I could be taken to the rear. I went from there :,$:: The wood using Industries, Includ must either draft men, which
ol the maintenance crews are ing the many pulp mills located on means fathers, those In industry
Robert Padgett! between the ages of 18 and 37. ; I i h a jeep to the Division Clearing Station where :$t t--!. Seaboard system, are all clearly etc., to do these jobs, or omen can

Wayne Fulford The problem 1a not only one of If !'liey' gave me a blood plasma and checked my.:: shown enlist in the W. A. A. C, and reduceto

First pride was awarded to dene employment ofilclals point out but I ; 'I'essing. They put me on a litter in an ambulance ;}; Perched above the slogan "Grow that extent the draft on manpower

Fulford-BlAck$?!b 00 first prize Angus Sold grade at auction steer; ) 'i' trtlnlm;. as drivers must meet IS: and l started me farther to the rear. At 5:30: -}; i ing Trees for Industry" alt; three Every woman In uniform
livid requirement and >akc a 'jeiutiful' birds. Cypress knees sur enables one father to remain with
for $U.40 per cwt bringing! him': i ::|; only three hours later, I >ray: in a field hospital ;;1(: :I his
thorough course of training and in round the base of the attractive family. There will be a definite
S-)5.T8. :I lu-ticr In the interest of public %: h'd b""n treated twice, had an X-ray taken and :11:: I' exhibit! The display attracts plentyof saving in 'time and manpower by

Second prize was awarded tOj ."'ety I k.: ". ;!1'1 i-pa'lv to be operated] on. That evening I :|:: attention and Is being displayedat placing women In jobs for which

Haynes 13.50 second Williams prize.-White Sold face at auctionfor grade I! tr i :|i came to in a warm bed with no after effects :$j:: I II various stations along the Sea- they have had civilian training or

113.10 per cwt bringing him a. ......,.,............._..'""'- ....."'f'1'J! I ::: from" the operation I didn't get this sort of ;:$;: i board for which they can .be trained
--VT-- more quickly than men. In additiona
total of $72.70. I :i':: treatment because I general officer Buck ::
VIl\KE\ u P was a { I Miss Edna Hansel Left saving to essential war Industrywill

Third prize was awarded to John :&!: privates were getting the same care." ::!': For New York For follow, since many men are engaged
Smith White face grade $70 Wake' ( J Jn Thi I
auction for maybe ;!r' The medical men who attended General$: In ; In work in Industry which
third prize Sold at Training WAVESMiss
good news to thoseof :: cannot be done by women It
McNair in Africa civilian doctors { :
$1230 per cwt, bringing him a U .j": were merely ;' -
ml 1 of $13,34.Other you who have a habit :|: not many months ago following routine medical :%:: I!, Edna Hansel, daughter ot and would be them a waste into to take such men
put the doa
entries sold were: of oversleeping in :$:: practices nt home. The service which they are 4:|::: I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansel of job women could perform Army,"to con
Edward: Alderman, at auction for the Bluefleld, has enlisted in the
morning.New .
:$:: now rerderirnf the troops-general and private :|:: eluded Captain White.Miss.Houchard .
-1230, bringing him a total of $87 ""'ar" alarm rlufcs are WAVES and left this week for __
53. now beginning to reach the retail :,:1$: !nlike-tr-ev were then rendering to civilian I* Hunter College: ; the BrC'n.x. New v

Robert Padgett: at auction for outlets, aid they are to :j:| On thp military front, as well as on the home ':{' I York City, for Indoctrination: and Desires

<;280 bringing him a total of {92. aril!! at a maximum price' of :.:1!,: front" there medical men know only one kind l ::1: raining, Miss Hansel graduatedfrom Home Canning ReportsSince

61. $1.65 exclusive of tae The rcg- ::: of 'vjce-the best possible. That is the tradition :;: the Okeechobee High school
.the canning plant
Wayne Fulford at auction t-.1 I'htlon: requires that each clock l I with the class of 1936 arid has been opened
$13.10 bringing him a total of $67 ; mint be tamed on the hook 'r" in which they have been trained. .?. employed at Fort Pierce for the May 1, there have been 3900 cans

r 37. or have a tag atlng that the I :il: Industrial News Review ::: past five years. of meat and vegetables canned

The prices were donated by, tact: |I maximum retail prier Is $! 0Vecluslve f.:,..;..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:-.:..:..:.-:..:.':..:..:'.:..:..:..:..:..:,--0/: : : : : : : ..:..:..:".:-:..:..:..:..:..:' ,! :Mw Harscl Is \flie -ft t. O!!:ce by here.families. Jhls canning who do has not been have done canning -
Dixie Cattlemen's Association first | of t.i\ I -- -- -- chobee County girl to Join the
)wise $15.00 and an additional $1000 I, tociL w\n pniPE WAVES. equipment and pressure cook-
hy the Okeechobee County Cattle v ers at home. There has been quantities -
men's Association. [ of canning done in many of

Second prize of $1000 and 250. ,I';,' I Ir Too Late to Classify Report Ceiling Okeechobee County's homes and were

.Mid third prize of $5.00 and $2.50.// Interested in what you have
awarded bv the Dixie I Prices Slow canned We are again requesting .
r fie\'. .".... .Of.OnrBeyi -: ll : Up that yott'iend( wyoWcuii/iing record
Okwr P3 catt1elt'J'n' r -'!rock ; ., .. ...,, .-- -.By ; Kay: i
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J"'l I to Miss Francis Houchard. List
tlons. Various 'rw* -- --- Farm EffortsAmerica the variety of vegetables, amountof
John Smith
The prize awarded! to R 1 ;
ore .000 for fi-1 m ,t ac"nr-te SM 1 1A'i ail\ Florida is indebted\ to Mr. | painstaking; research and personal each and whether In pints or

of records on the feE'dlnX'rlod d Theodore Pratt, author and Journ ,interviews with old tlmeis. he as- has been heading Into a. quarts. Just list your record on a
F iiom.J & AbiC
wa rtven bv the Miami Pr duc'lon I allst, who adopted Florida a felv' ,.m .led! material for "The Baiefoot food crisis. A combination of sev postal card and mall or bring your

Credit Association of Miami TVH\ years ago and, since ::ell ha '.ait I I A'la.lman.,' eral factors has caused a serious record to the Farm Security office,
I ten stories ar'Llos Hs book is of which is next to the Ration Board
da. II EFV1CE MEN numerous ai u I one the most deUshuul squeeze In the corn and meat situ
which this i. nd of ever written '! Florida office In the county courthouse.
vividly portray about
V Pfe. Ernest E! Ralf-rJ has rc i I atlon and a cry has gone up for
enchantment In tales of It reveals! Please make your report at once,
Minune.Iventure ( an intimate knowledge
LOCAL BOY TO BE limed to Siln on Held. Tex is after I I Ii settlement of the situation through
AWtltntD EAGLE BtDfiEAT : spending a few days here with i and fantasy. of the subject that few have 'he appointment of a food czar. and tell your neighbors to make

COURT OF HONOR I; his nuther:: Mrs. E. E. lalfo'cThl\ I 'Vhlle his plot :may be fictional. I been able to grasp and put in print. Despite the record 3 billion corn heir reports. V vLOr.U

I IB the first time he has been home 1"1 i Florida background Is impress The historical: facts reveal some intensely cr-p of the hst harvest, some com COUPLE VISITING
''! > cl 1> real I II interesting details that were :inerclal
of the
The Boy Scouts of America expect since he enlisted in the Air corps 1] processors grain RELATIVES IN MIVM1
to have the largest Court of In December, 1941. i I \ h'\ observer possessed with re all but forgotten: until he painstakingly have been forced to curtail their

22 that Hiwiki: la ability In the weaving of. dug them up. Among these operations because of lack of sup
Honor on Thursday July Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings left
arrived i are the story of how Palm Beach plies: even herds ol
Corporal Teddy Orcenberrer ilvldvorj: pictures. Pratt presents ; though large
I it has ever had in the present I this week for Miami and West
I: home Tuesday afternoon andis I the tote Florida in Ills descriptive got :Its name, how the town of Juno livestock are known to exist, receipts -
local ,
troop. Tommy Evans, a boy Palm Beach where they will spend
'vUl be awarded the Eave: Badge, :. 'pending ten day furlough herewith : pal!:age that detail the glorious '; .arae the county seat of Dade, : at major slaughtering ten' two. weeks. They will spend sometime

the hhfhe rank a bov can receive his barenU Mr. and Mrs. Leo.Creonbereer I sunsets, the graceful leap cf the which was at that time larger than ters have touched ''bottom levels, In Miami with their son and
I I ( and family. Teddy is i silver: king. the eerie cry o? a waterti!: the State of Massachusetts; how an and the government has been reportedly
has and L.
in scouting. He worked long( daughter in-law, Mr. Mrs.
and diligently for this and he right :, rich the calvary and Is stationed. I 'owl, the delicate beauty of the or j: ambitious promoter established the tardy in maintaining the E Jennings! while Mr. Jenningshas

Ir deserves it. As few of you know, I at Fort me)'. Kansas. This is his | chid, the persistence of the sandfly, ':Celestial Railroad-a narrow gauge sur port price for heavy hogs. his eyes treated and later they
first trip home since he entered the tQe roaiof tin angry surf, the rus j,line that connected with the Flori-1 i All these factors have a disquietIn -
he was one of the very few selectedas I expect to visit their son in-law and
', service. I tie of saw palmer, all of which he da East Coast at its Tltusville terminus effect on the home front. Now
member of the Order of Arrow, daughter. Mr. and Mrs' J. Louie
a national honor campers frater e ends 10 effectively that the read and ran as far south as the thpt the tremendous war production Carter.
I Everett Johns left Tuesday of ieem to hear and feel these tjpI brad of Lake Worth, how the machine has begun rolling ---V
nlty.There will be about 30 other advancements I I this week for Tampa where he will I Iva! Florida sights and sounds.In reck of a wine ship caused hundreds smoothly, the food situation con

Several palms: will be spend several days before return- tils latest fcoolt. "The Barefoot of wine filled casks to float tinues one of the major problems Dixie Cattlemen'sAssociation

awarded, some first-class advance ,s:i fug to -.lie Pacific Coast to rejoin : Miillman" Just off the press, Pratt I .1.<1101 e to the delight of and near'' ritifrontinsf: the government.

and number of merit I! hIs Naval snip' Before he left he presents a dell htful bit of fiction disaster of the community. Despite President Roosevelt's op.sitlon -
meats a large Ends
badges. I I! tMl that he did net knowwhether I in which: he has woven much that : Amusing highlights tell of the '' "-,-, to the appointment of a I

!! h" would mt back to Okeo I's' historically tl'ue.1th regard to ; .nart Yankee who was traveling to foor czar, there has been increasln;
The public i II cordially Invited to
attend the Honor Court at the <e before he returnd to active the early day In that area now i Miami but to safeguard his mon I wntlment for the ordination of I Successful YearOn

courthouse In Okeechobee,, next I duty or not Lit said that he hoped known. as Florida's "Gold C ast." I I p.. put ten, one hundred dollar bills t the various agencies dealing with

to. Upon learning' that prior to the 11 an envelope and made the bare food, Ex president Herbert Hoover
Thursday night at 8 o'clock. I of the latest to out July 9, 1942 the Dixie Cattlemen's '
was one come
Pe8Jr_ Asst. S. M. ;cuing cf th railroad, mall was cllr- ': foot mailman responsible, for there
Frank Captain and Mrs. Chas. L. Ruilerion I r1f'11 on foot by mailmen who walked was constant danger of robbery 'or' a single cod head as prescribedin Association conducted its

V I end daughter Lynn, left lastS I the beach barefoot from Palm from beachcombers and brigands the Fulmer bill.. Lest sale, The annual report of

"'.\\TIONAL PIBLE 'urdav for Sanford where they I Beach to Miami, a distance of 66 long the perilous route. Another The scarcity of corn has been attributed the operation of the Cattle Auction

(1100LT THEMETHODIST I pre spending several: divs with the miles. Pratt began to make inquir' Incident was the mailing of a. large : to government: ceilings. for the first year's operations, show

CIU'RCH parents of Mrs. R1ul s:>n, Capt. 'e.. He, found two men still living : string of coconuts, each bearing a Under these ceilings, It has been some Interesting ond significant
I P.aulerson will return this! week tn -Iii! formers receive for
who Just before the turn of the stamp, which the postman was for' can more figures Mr. Frank W. Williamson
On MortdayJuly.: 20. at 9 A. M. the Army tr.'lnln- camp *t Camp! I ""entiirv had actually "walked"! the I' ced to. carry to satisfy the spite ofan their grain by feeling It to pigs general manager, said. "We are

at the Methodist Church a vacation Wheeler> Hobe Sound awhile Mrs. mall. From them and others he''' enemy. I than by sellinj It on the open mar sure that your readers will be very
will be' 'n and Paulersonn' and daughter' will remain ket Corn fed to prime weight hogs
Bible school !
thered much data concerning the I Both Palm Beach and lilaml at much interested In this report since
continue for two weekr The children in Sanford for some timewni returns the farmer about $1.40 a
time but villages
!) near days. that were tiny the largest majority of the sellers
the and town > here Cantaln Ranlerv stat bushel while the ceiling is $107
of community
Vot jatlsfied, he decided tt walk with a population of around 100, are local people and we feel thatthe
are Invited! to attend this sshool.: *? 'hat he wag expecting t"A Under former War Food Administrator
I I' the stretch himself Just to get the but even then some grumbled sales pens has been of consider'
two 'cal'ed 1 for foreign service at any I I Chester Davis, the
The sessions will last for govern-
i crowded and objected
the and : about it being too
eel of it to study coast able help to them In obtaining a
hour with a short' recess between Ime I I "furrlners" :I me ,t was mapping a. program to
Influx of
try to experience so far as possible to a growing .
I 1 I fair and equitable price for their
'o<>*en the country's corn stocks..
I 1I I the physical and mental reaction of : who were getting so thick "
rat melt: W. R Howell. Pastor of Mrs Joe Pea=e received a letter I In a recent move which was described livestock.
I the men who had traversed those I I a fellow hardly had room to spit.
Okel'Cho \WhodW Church this week from her husband, Pfc. as merely a stopgap, the The Annual Report follows:
I I little in the of.I
year In and year out, three There was way
V Joe Pease. In which he sated that Total number of all classes of
Nava down! and three days bark. pleasure or amusement and hard (Continued on Page Two)
!.fr.* W. T. WlI1lams. and daughter he had t orrived ga'elv In Greenland cattle sold in first year (32) sales
on the open beach, their work with small pay was he order
Shirley, of Washlng'on. D. C. end was getting along tine This was 6,966 head.
mfl'l' pouch:: beside them, catching of he day but he people for he LOCAL
are vfsltln) ? In the home of Mrs. i 11< the first time she has heird from I( COLORED BOY Total amount of pounds of live
fish picking fruit and palmetto most part were honest, Godfearing I '.
Williams' mother Mrs. E. E. Rai- him In the pact month weight. 3155810.
cabbage along the way for food. and clean, WRITES FROM! GVIENA
ford V Mrs. -Paul Monkey-V> is visiting Pra.tt did walk from Palm Beachto You will find it refreshing to far: :'I i Private Matthew L. Bass (colored) Total amount of money paid to

Watching the "trained fish" per ; with her husband Pfc. Paul Monsrey Miami, but It took him five days get the turmoil of war oJ the pros 576th Engineers, writes his mother the sellers $3,155.810.

form at the command of a guide at I who 1s stationed at Pratt, instead( of three and ,by his own admission ent day and find occasion for re I from "Somewhere in New Guiena"that The above Impressive figures are

Wakulla Springs, a visiting serviceman Karnas.: Private M'onql'll.Y has been "nearly killed him" .but It newed faith and courage betweenthe I he Is ge'tlng along fine He sufficient to warrant any cattle

said he bet they wouldn't do I I stationed overseas for several rave him wealth of material for covers of this enthralling. story. states that. he was the forst Amer- man's patronage of this progressive

It 'If there hadnt been a sergeantfish months and has only recently returned his story and from this amazing experience I Bv all means read "The Barefoot ,,,,can colored boy to arrive in that Association July 15 sales report

standing by. to the states coupled with months of ;Mailman.* country, so far as lie knows. is printed. elsewhere in this issue.Robt. .


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REPORT CEILINO PRI'ES be done. In The Court Of The County ('Ut RCnts OF CIIKIST, tr"e. and we are In Him that Is

Dfeccrljnltr! [ Ncfu51 SLOW IT FARM FORTS Sikes advocates the establishmentof Judge, Okeei-hobee County, SCIENTIST true, even in his Son Jesus Christ.
Florida In Probate.In I'/is is the true God and eternal
a in West Florida to helpin ''
camp LIF:: is the subject of the
Published -Every Friday by the (Continued from Page One) harvesting the peanut crop and re. Estate ol C F. Walk: "c .ix.leimcn which will be read IKe" II John 5:20): )
government seized all corn In com the Food Administration is alsoconslde'lng Deceased. The Lessen Sermon also includes
Okeechobee News Co.. at In Churches of Christ, Scientist
bee. Okeechobee County,OkeechO-I merMal elevators. About 8 to 20 million similar camps in Winter To All Creditor's and Persons Having through the world on Sunday. i I the following passage from the

bushels were obtained by the I Haven Belle Glade and Homestead Claims or Demands Against 3.. -. 18. ,! Christian Science textbook. "&1'

BRYANT BOWDEN ...-......... Editor I action( however only enough to 1 where prisoners could be employed Said Estate: 'I le Golden: Text Is: "Under- I I e1.-e and Health with Key: to the

_. --- --- ----- supply processors from two to four In helping with fruit and I You and each of you are hereby si .nilinj is a wellspring of life unto '' "F rlpture by Mary Baker Eddy:
Entered as second claw matter veeks. I I notified and required to present "7 he way Is straight and narrow,
vegetable harvesting next season. "
Jul. 1. 1914, at the Poet Mice In 1 ..:'. ,h.'t hath It. (Prov. 13:22): .
I claims and demands to the understanding
The !government's seizure followed any which loads
Plorlda under the Under international law war prisoners / .nons the citations which r mfr'
Okeechobee. which you or either of you, may Is the life. It Is
Davis appointment of a committee i that Ood only Kw
Act of March 8, 1819. 'I may be compelled to work in have against the estate of C. F. >: he Le's'tl S rmon Is the tot
rfnre \urh the flesh In which w*
. composed of producers processors
I any capacity not directly connected 'Walker, deceased late of sal4i I i .n ,:.0 1., ,leAnd: w>-'
SUBSCRIPT RAn ---I and consumers to assist In 1 trust' conquer sin. sickness, and
with the production of war ma
i County to the County Judge o' i i '* "ii 1 God is come.
One year In advance .. ...... MOOSix i the organization of a program to terials. Prevailing must be death either here or hereafter.
wages Okeethobee County Florida at hI! : pn ft'mdel'stand
months In advance ........ .. 1.00 : !set com moving to :market Three I certainly before we can reach idle
paid prisoners under guard of mill office In the court house of sal IP fh -i, H'", t)",
Three months In advance ...... .75 I jt-. -i ,ii'!'ze.-ted: I tary authorities.War County at Okeechobee, Florida t ii i of Spirit or life In God"

Reading notices In local columns Three Proposals I prisoners now being assembled I I within eight calendar months Iron --

19! cent a line Rates for display I 1. A straight Increase In the corn I at Camp Blanding could be the time of the first publication "

flvertlslnsr furnished on application I celling to around H30 a bushel or I' used Sikes points out. I this notice. Each claim or dema- THE POCKETBOOKof

Classified' advertising. 2 cents I the removal of all ceilings. V shall ,be in writing and shill std

each word per Insertion.' All Items I 2 A subsidy under which the !I, College Students Finish 'I the place 01 residence and post ". KNOWLEDGE rP
remdln enterprises conducted for government would pav producersan flee address ol the claimant n It:

profit are chargeable at dvertlslng I open market price and then resell I First Session at Fla.-Sou. shall be sworn to by the clatman
rates. I I anent, or attol'ner.ld, any i '
the grain to the processors etc.,
- claim or demand not so filed sh
Lakeland-Miss Marjorie Elizabeth
at the $1 07 level.
bills I
Advertising are payable on be voId.
Student at Florida
the first of each month. Parties 3 Setting a premium on lightweight
Southern this week completes W. F. Walker
hogs to discourage use of College
unknown to publishers required to of th ,
I her work in the first sessionof As administrator
advance, of feed.
In large corn
pay quantities I Estate of C F Walk. J
Of the three suggestions indications the college's 1943 summer term. i I deceased

point only to the materialization I The second; session opens Monday. First publication June 18. 1843.
Local People Soend DayIn of the third. In a recent week July 19.Miss 'I

Tampa With Mr. l agents at one major slaughtering I Coker. daughter of Mr. and i ;

and Mrs. W. R. Page center reported that the government Mrs. W. D. Coker of Okeechobee Is I NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou Ac LA1T AS THE OV .WAR BAV
/ RECIPES!! Save "TWO sets bF
I sophomore at Florida Southern. ,
had failed to hold up the support I and each of you are here. J VIReCTIONS--ONe R3ROPBW

Mavor H. H. Raulerson. Z. K. price or he w hoes Such I The summer term closes August; notified and required to: pre o. I / HEARTH CDOKINS Of STCNE, ONE, TOK' use

William S. R. Ratfsnlder and C. action of course might lead to liquidation 20 with the college's 59th annual I any claims and demands whist I, t S I''II

H. Parkerson spent Wednesdr-r of of pigs at llihter weights summer commencement In Annie you, or either of you. mav hi > .. :: -

this week In Tampa where they with a consequent reduction In Pfeiffer chapel against the Estate o: Annie K ;; '

visited Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Page meat production per unit but on t 00t MacOlashan, deceased, late c 4VIN6Aft.
vhre{ Mr. Page Is undergoing the other hand. the eovernment Lakeland-Mrs. Nelda Cummings i Okeechobre county, Florida to th I & /

treatment Upon heir return home predicts spring and fall pig crop 'j Alderman student at Flordla Sou I Coun'y Jirlge Of said county aistate A NOVEL lieCTRlC SCOUEBftATO 6lVt< ,OILuTec W174 WATCa.
his once in the court hat ycORsCERS'MNt6ByMININ6"RE5bLTf.WAS A t'A : DRINK M
them College this week ocmpletes at ONE
they report that Mr. Page Is somewhat of 12700000.( almost A HOME
In the first session of the at Okeechobee FloriJa.! with i. W THEIR EFFORTS. "IMS BCKRP KEEPS
her work
Improved. more than laRt1'31': I SCOPE By A ROW OF LI6NT5 WHICH FLASH ,
y V.-- college's 1943 summer term. The I eight calendar months from I1! e os' PRD6RESSNELYAS PROPOCTIOH
date of the first publication
NOTICETo J\rKSOVTLLENTWFLTr.ITTS: second session opens Monday July ,
I No'ice. Each claim or demanc'must 4
Whom It May Concern: ORLF..'\ ""I 19. I I'1U'ittat" I
I be hi wilting and ;
9 Ato RE ;rMFD i Mrsc. Alderman Is sophomore (
It appearing that the proposed the place of res.enc3- and p st office ,

budget! for operation and malnttn'l I at Florida Southern. addicts ol the clalmim: ,,11'
National Airlines announced last! I The summer term closes August '
ante of the public schools must be s\\orn to by the claim n / \ Ih \ y
chobee Countv for the school year ; week the resumption of two flights I 20 with the college's 59th annual .I his agent or at orne rtlir swill -

1943 44 will exceed that for the one each way from Jacksonville to I summer commencement In Annie become void acordln! to J II-A l

rear of 1941 42 In a sum greater New Or1l'ans.th tons at Pensa- I Pfeiffer ohapel This 21st day of June 1943.

than 5'IInd that the proposed Increase : cola and Tallahassee Traffic has ,, I I II MARY HANSEN, M. cC"s

In the budget from revenue been conslstentlv Tieavv and flights : Lakeland-Mrs. Lucy Ethel Link As artinln'st-fltrlx' '" .- gpwt.
derived from ad valorem taxes for 9 and 10 were resumed on this account I student at Florida Southern Col I I will annexed of the Esta ,--....,. / .h,
said I lege, this week completes her work of Annie y,:. MirO'a'r": ", .: \,\\" 0. SOLDIERS (VERSEAffX1PH
HIP year 1943 44 Is mqre than 20" I I C'LEA411 c; OUTST PARTS NOW USING A NEW I
Greater than the amount from ad I vr.t'Ol'rpum -- In the first session of the college's : deceased F"RO'rme /oJ00Ic LPA C'IANIoJIES SPG '44 "POtDUSTU'3
I First pui'>liiaUoii on June ;5 l"4': OP riNISHCP( > PLANE'S-ONCE A R TO 6usRL>
1 .ilorem taxes for the year 1942 43. ,in Svlcr. A1re i 1943 summer term. The second seS'1 IONS AHPTCPIOIS 1DOPERLITIONA" 1G1'1/PI CAR/IN
sion Mondaly July 19. LIDDON & FEE. attorneysFort Y MOW BEINS DONE N CCDBLe-QUIC
notice Is hl'rtbven that pub' opens GETLMS''IIMg
for War Pr;oner To Aid Par"C. F. I H! ; WITH A'tY-OOIYVAC'IJUM atAneR
: term closes
lie meeting of all persons Interested I The summer Auust
will\ be held In the Countv Com In Florida Crop Harvests ,,20 with the college's 59th annual ----

mtesloner'a Room In' the Count v I summer commencement In Annie I IJ

Court House on the 29fh day of Washington! Julv 13 fFNS) Congressman Pfeiffer chapel ,.x

July 1943 at the hour of 10 o'clockA Bob Sikes would make ''I J tJ Jfo'i 1 J'ilrl7Joi\ J. J'Jtt. 1 rlcii

M. for the purpose of explain i'se of war prisoners to harvest Lakeland -Mrs Minnie Donald I _

In" and ,1'wMi'slnc vich oronosed Florida crops. and at his urgence son. student at Florida Southern

Increase in the budget representatives\ of the War Food College this week completes her

Board of Public Instruction Administration are in conference work in the first session of the collepe's I I

Okeeohobee Count' Florldi n-ith state officials to see -what can 1943 summer term. The second I II

Julv 19.
_._ session opens Monday
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Report of County Finances 20 with the college's 59th annuil I

: summer commencement ,n Annie

Pfeiffer chapel ,
Okeechobee CountyI V \

Gems for Your Scraobook

Ill I III ) "I \ >. I MUM. -1"11'\11111'1 tn>. I'I4! 0

,,. 'n, I > 'I t'i i -. "" "ml., i.r '!0. 1042. n, DEFENSE I,
n I "|I' t t' iiir, .mil Ihp Bird nf and constant wat li I II
I'" "r n." \ !h( 'I.1 l u' it'-J., i" 'i, ;'',' I'Iot'.T' .,nd| l, ,h.""nl"L\ l pulitlltiert
.,I ,,' I 1 i i, i 1 1 t I" i i.1( i I"n fulness are the parents of safe'vSecke' r
.1 M I.KI: rnMi'TnotTJCB.:
There Is between my will and a!' ,
0'>:"0111'\1'10'' IIPM" \S' BY ,
01"\I "II'I"tol! ):;RttS offense

..f'I:l'r'4'I A guard of patience.
Shakespeare .
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,I \. ... _.___. *'."' 21(1 MTil Meekness excludes revenge. !nlability ->
I ". ___.. __.._. .. ._.._u... 14(1 '
.___. "0.01. morMd sensitiveness ,
I'I not self'defense, or a quiet an,1,'
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"'I ._ .... .. .. ._ :c'..118 steady maintenance of right.;
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... $7l*.4A7.W I Evil thoughts lusts and mallei
ll, _..
'Otis purpoees cannot ?o forth lIk't I II

I'l'I I wandering pollen, from one humn I II
I I"VI' \T>I I i'1's: u:
to another finding unauspectln I
I" I I.it .' ,i I1T.1TB.S': .' flz
I I' '" ii I'n ':. 1\2nn.t111 lodgment If virtue and truth bird, I i }
J HIM .__ __.. 12.IIIt.\III! : / defence I
II \1 ..1 .... .. +.2II"n: a strong i
I I' I.. ___.._ 1210.01t Mary Baker Eddy I
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I .. .._ +;:liIll.:1fI: By desiring what Is perfect:
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I I I I,1 1 I h tw;", -- _. .._:-: t I44l.n: fOCIwe are part of the power ( )
t I t l.ln.lft against evil wldenln the skirts I
1 .i"",, 111. ....... MANY and women of Florida '
, ,J hill ?, I 1 till' _....-. "-.-"_,_"-, 00'.11II of light and making; the struggl" men
n, .' ,. ,r1, .1 t Irl'nllnlrrr: __.. _._ IIII.TA.I: with darkness
I .. 't:0' :: 1U1 .. .. .... I :tII1.. narr:>wt'r.G Motor Lines' family are performing'/.
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11.11111' ?, I m'"'" ,r ::11'11:1\ : ._n_ f1:1.\I\JT.'II: \ 1 Scholars may quote Plato: In their ? an essential service for our country.
I .' I {ill.I.11, ?"n ,I. .",,1 rtvh. knlnhra' ... .. ......n -ktIt14T studies. but the hearts of million *w

A Sa MrI'N! I will\ quote: the Bible at their daily: Count among these our Information -
I I' "r ,I'o .", 1hlllllr.1,1 1'11I11'1II"1/ .. ... 1a7.U101M1yil \ toll and draw strength from its In Clerks and
,". .r I'"uuty' UUIII 11I'1111"11I"111" ........ ... ._...... t.OIen.oO the meadows It Telephone Operators
1n", ..I nu' 'nl. ...--_ ......_...._..... .____u._ ____u... .- spiralled as draw
f.1.\ItILI'III-:1-I: I from the brook Conn-ay. I Baggage Men. They've taken over a keeping service at the peak with not

I I i ..I"! iiii!. nr 1'unrhrl'M. 14. ,.tI'IIII".1',.r :JUl. l"l : .. ... II I ::9i1.4S. I I It to advertise. big job-and are going about it let-down on courtesy or cooperation.
II", 01 s rntlntnntnnq 1-I.tI'IIIIo", .111. mill _. __ .. u_ _In.IMH'"n.I" pay .
I"" utw' $. ''11'111"1'0.:\ /. !191.! : ____......_... .. if 111:1": The News ads. Florida
nUn ,r 111,1,'hteln, ,.... Soplqul"'r" ::., 1 1\1i\P ', __ g 4 \\.I1 Read with a zeal that makes us proud. Motor Lines, along with numbers

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Okeechobee, Florida workers demonstrate the real spirit appreciate the quality of their ef

Report cf Sae! July 15, 1943 of our forces the spirit that forts. They deserve and receive full ...

SO head of Steers brought from S 0.70 to 114 40 ($3 151.011 Av. $6302 nothing is so important as keeping credit for a major part In Florida

41 head of Caws brought from S 0 10 to $11.45 1$2.139.75) Av. $52,18

4 hd. of Year'lingsbrcught from S 9.60 to $11.10 IS 14209) AV. $35.52 essential' wartime travelers cor- Motor Lines' contribution to vital; ,

7 head of Carves brought from S 11.00 to $1330 ($ 21351) Av. $3050 '
informed and on the movewartime transportation.
7 head of Bulls brought from $ {9CO to $1160 1$ 40606)) Av. $6653 rectly

7 head Of Heifers brought from S F 60 to $10 80 i$ 313.281 Av. $4475

116 head of Cattle brought (6,425.70) AV. $5530 UNION BUS STATION N. E. let Strwt. IrJ Av*. Phone 3.4605Th.WOill"

Sales fee two per cent gross sale and three cents per head recording cost
All cattle sold In rotation as received and in groups 'by class .
We have been requested by the Buyers to advice them In advance of the wt's OfWIAOTORJjj'
number of cattle to be at the Sale and It is to your advantage to advise us on
the Monday of Sale Week the number of cattle you expect to bring. A card to
this office will be annre ated


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JULY 16, 1943
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-- Barbara Stanwyck Lizzie Blocker (Colored) IIN= CIRCUIT COURT OF THE clerk your written defense If

=NINTH JUDICItL CIRtriT IN= any to the amended bill of JIo.rltJoI:
Sings and Dances In Long Time Resident Here Okovcbubee Cuuntv, Florida,
Gilbert AND= FOR OKEEC1IOBFE complaint In said suit at the Ooh *, 1M3,
TheatreOkeechobee New Role at Gilbert Died Last Wednesday I COUNTY= nORID1="1 C'H\\- time prescribed ,by taw. HereIn ptiriuiint NOTICE IS IIEKEBY: GIVEN, That
to Sirllon U nf Chiiplpr IHJ'IH: ; ,
IERY. fall not or a decree pro con I ,1"r r'.irl.ln Art of IUI7, known
With war headlines getting us Lizzie Blocker (colored) longtime i teSbO will be entered against nn, the MU HI'"V ACT, the fullonliiK
of Mortgage | Io'If'rll''d' hand' In nkec-cuuliun County,
Friday & SaturdayDOUBLE dcwn dally, and tired war workersin resident of Okeechobee. diedat Notice to Appear. I|! you. K'orliln will IIH offered fur ia!lit at

urgent need of relaxation, it is her home here Wednesday of E C Reeves Complainant i I'i It is further ordered that this i null imlillc hid'outcry iiihjwl for the to tli highest.| rliflit mil of kctti the

pleasant to be able to recommendfa last week She was the wife of Ju vs order shall be published once IniMli'in" nf iln> Intprinil Improtvmiuit
Pun.l' to rilipt end ill bide' .
BILL allY At
film that offers temporary escape Han Blocker and moved here from B E, Fordham M Director and I i!j'I each week for four consecutive lln. 'nun |house, ntlo A. M, on the
weeks In the Okeechobee News. 12lh AtigHHt I ROY ROGERSin at least from all our problems It Cuthbert,, Oa. in 1922. Trustee of Fordham & Kirkland 1 lor mini,:t"t"ri' ,, of viir 200; tart wide:
is Lady of Burlesque," due for its Funeral services were conductedfor Inc. a dissolved Florida corporation a newspaper of general circulation wl'l h.. nmTveil from HIT .'..reelthr""lIh

I local premiere at the Gilbert Theatre I her Thursday and she was ,bur et als, Defendants. published in Okeechobee siiiro' Itoni which), there Ii in Minting
I Okeechobee County, Florida. LullI; and,
24. Illk I', &
Sunday and Monday July 18 led in the colored To B. E. Fordham director Wrljlit
Bad Man of Deadwoodand cemetery Thurs as The relief sought In the above In" a clll.
19. It's United Artists release andIs day afternoon Besides her husbandshe and trustee 01 Fordham ft Kirkland 'l'II'I'I'tl':14: ': (W '1I1K I ISTF.lt'1.
I entitled suit Is to foreclose a DII'lIo'Jo"II'Jo't'S"I I OK TUB
as gay and tuneful and mirth is survived by a son In law and i Inc., a dissolved Florida corporation montage against the following I !STATE Of FLORIDA ;
: residence unknown M. L.I I I Rv !toy II, HRII.n! Agent
the doctor ordered. ;
as daughter John Drayton wife.NOTICE .
rnd described property: Trmlrcn I. I. Piiii'l." UknhahreCounty
LAUREL and HARDYIn The famous strip tease artist -- !, Foidham. as director and trustee ':I i Lot 6 of Block 12 of Southwest Florida
rt( Fordham & Kirkland, Inc, a1diiolved
I !
Gypsy Rose Lee. authored the story tlltl'pr'ImlM'p (* Addition to Okeechobee Florida,
omdv. rinll.1l
I Florida
="G String Murders" from which Mirirn H nnitpm: r.ivnx Thmimmiinnt corporation, l'e51I ] according to plat of said addition Nolle.U .MITICK
tn !Six-Hun ft of C'hnptnr isjiiilI dente unknown; Fordham & Kirkland : hereby given that tb*
A Hunting We Will Go this brittle streamlined story running I i I I I Inns nf ]ri.irl.lnt' nf vi'17.: known I recorded in the office of Monril of (',"111)' ('..IJ1"'I'.lolI, >ri ot
Inc., a dissolved Florlua ikpiilmlii-p ,.
I I loip- ('oUI1I FI"rldli.11I meet
!ins the MClll'IIV 1 ACT, thu tulluwlnir', the Cleft of Circuit Court of '
from the zanIest farce to tense rtptorOii Innrt ,In Okpc-rhnlini* ronntr.; I' oration principal place of businessunkncw'n iw ii lliinr.l or Kqunll/ntlnn; on luHif-
Also\ : War New and Night Life in -nd dispense filled drama was ad I I I'lorldii, will lop nffprpil for .IIP nt Okeechobee County in Plat day. July JH 1WJ at V ,IKI A M., for
; the unknown assigns HIP imrpoip of rovlcvUnu and hearing
| imlillinutirjr for tlio hi
jthnat mid
the Army.. apted And who better than Gypsy, J I i "N"'l, hid allhlrt t to the rlglll' of I hi'I successors In Interest trustee crl I Book 2, page 7. j lam I Hill': cmii'liiliili on thiamuinininii for
could describe so perfectly the ex 'I'niit.TK' of Ilin |nh>rmil Imnrnvf-mi-iit other I Ithroujh and for general relief. i r K rhalrmnn,
any tirnwdt
'' party claiming by. |
Pntid to n-Ji-rt mid nil I
( nor bide nt : :
and seal of ,I Il.iiird: ;, nf ( ., CoiiiniliiiloiKri.ikwhiiliiv .
Witness hand .iiiniv
,, my
citing colorful life behind the tin dull lions nt 10 A. M on 'Ihp under or against Fordham' ', .
(scenes as well as In front of the I'' for IHIh' rood dnnf I right AiiiiiiKt ofviiv. inn:9, 0. rent 1'"O"1I1'lIt: I & Kirkland Inc., a dlsolxed Florida said court at Okeechobee, Okeechobee ''I (. Huy l II. Hnuli-rnon( uoty HorldaAtlPHt rii. >rkR.inrd
> ""d"wl'l I .
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rniinti, "UlI1ml..IIlIIpr.
Sunday Monday County Florida this 28th day
footlights in a Broadway Burlesque he reserved from' nn\' pnrr,4through I corporation residence un- Okwrhoh.'p, 'eimly Horlda.
theatre. Stnto, Hon hlcli,!. tlintS1 ,IN 1111 pxlntlni, I known; B. E Fordham as director of Jjlie.: 1943. I I- ..

DOUBLE BILL Barbara Stanwyck the starring Lot IIIlk, 1.1: ('Itv of (Oliwln.l.' Mid trustee of Qkeechobee Cl''y Roy R. Raulerson \' F OP M'l-l" K \ till'
plays Ml H1oi, in II I.'. 11 I Land Circuit Court Clerk Circuit lUll 'r1nllU
role that of Dixie Daisy a II 11 mill I loin I In 24 hie.. T''U' 1(1 Company a dissolved Florida I.nun in 1.1
BARBARA STANWYCKIn i Xliiirn S ill nf Part of 1-14: ,,f MI; ,,f | corporation, residence unknown: Seal Court I Si.Hi, ,", ,in i Iwr,'In in given that HU( *
I'small town burlesque performer 'I!IK. 11. '1'1\'". :It. Kirn, ::1\: i i J-hn E. Kelly, as director and trustee i3> SophionU Pease D. C. II.ul' hoiiii-i, i.r 'in\, CiTiiriiMir' NIL
suddenly gets her big chance at the SVinf .l'R4y mid S14 of \\\'% of Fla. V.H! ,, lnHiii.il (In,1ili. day of Allirnxt.
I Sumner & Ft. Pierce
VK'/i. SIT IS, Tw'p| .14: Hllr :SIS : |I'I of Okeechcbee City Land Company Sumner .\ Ii, lulu. him filed .11 lilt' Ill my *fn. -
Old Opera House a famous buries \ of \\\-i/4 of ::101:1II"-... 11 T\\I"| I NOTICE TO APPEAR I.' 'IIIIH' iiiiidiiiidlintliiii| for H 'Tat
LADY OF BURLESQUEand "4 HIt"II: : a dissolved Florida corporation Hi.:::! ',,, I l.i Niii-.l, Ih: iron! : Knlil, Pertlflmtii -
!que theatre on Broadway. Barbara i Lout I. :3. I I. :S, n, s. mid' II Hlk II residence unknown; Okeechobee i I, In The Name of the State or emilI'''.''' tinfollowlna d*.
singe; and dances her way to Instant mud) Lilts 1 to II 111"" 11 mud,, 12. lilk I'! Land Florida] : HI rllii-d" "proiHiriy In thf County of
I 11: Wrltflifii, 1 Plrm Addition] M'M t.- City Company a dlsiolv- < Ik. i.'Imlii'p, Htm, fOr riorldii. In' .wit:
success on opening night. inlid, In H"'I. IntK 7 mid '<1. II,','. :w! i jed Florida corporation, principal fo: B S. Tepee whose last I I..1 (I. I'.lk To. Oki-i i-lioliif City
We Are There I '1'\\1'| :IT HITTlllXlrl'l-. :H: I'I known address was Indian Town, '1 In. usa"-'mi'iit of sold' pniliorljfnniliT
the and
Marines are
i some gay tantallz'l i ing songs which Miss IMI'IIDXKMKNT: : tTSI' (IP TIIK j I assigns successors In Inter- Florida: '., ""11'". of Mllllllp ClIHIIII,
Produced By the March of Time Ml'Mi': lip rHtii'ii nil", \ est, You are hereby required to file I'nlei mild iVrtlHi-ntK ihnll lie ra-
sings In her sauciest manner, an' trustees or any other pony I I. nnl ,
I /1. Iln} H.CU'I"I") so0. ,\11"1 iiioidlnti 1 h. Inw iroHrly| Ie-
Also: Late News | abundance of dancing from tap to I', I, I rnnil I Ok"'h..I claiming; by through: under or appearance in this proceedings I -. 'Hi. d ni.r.'ln .hull I.mild In IhBlru"li.
"Cumin, Klurldn, i wherein Eleanor Tepee U suelng .'"l lild.li-r ill the CnlirtUullllC door
Jitterbug to splits and cartwheels against Okeechobee City Land Company I ii til,. Him l )1",10"n\ tln, > month nfv
I you for divorce with the Clerk cf I wlil.-h nf
-- -- -- a dissolved Florida IK" im.l! In "In'nil lay
corporation -
i and lusty Jokes and slapstick comedy Circuit Court at Okecfrobee Florida \11"1 I, I'N'I\
residence unknown; and all linii'il\ till' Linh du\ fOr Jill:.. I'HM: .
WednesdayRICHARD of the burlesque variety that "llll11l11ll11ll11lilllllllllllllllllllllllllIIliIIIIIIliI! !! :'I. 1 parties having or claiming to have on the Pie?and day of August; iuii. ii\i'I.KIISON
: will have the audience practically A. D. 1943; otherwise Judgement cliTk t'l r.II II (',ntrf ofiikii.h.ilHi.
any right. tile 01 Interest In thopr"pel.ty | ciinlFlrUln.) .
| rolling in the aisles. EDGAR G.. HAMILTONAND hereinafter described, residence 'I iwll be entered against you by duI -I : :

GREEN i 1for the fetching costumes unknown- fault. WA-\TED-Colol'ea;: help for hotel
worn by the beautiful chorus | Vv.tncs my hand and seal o." till- I j work Highest
rang- It I wages paid. Wire
appearing from p end- '
-InFLYING Ing from Amazonian six foot showgirls 1" 'Court, at Okechobee, Okeezhobe- or1'lte, Sarah T. Gifford Har-
:s filed In above that
FORTRESSAlso i to the cutest dancing ponies CLYDE G, TRAMMELL the complainant herein cause is en- | Ct..nty Flouda this 23th. day of i der Hall &brln Florida
June A. D. 1943.
-well, seeing is believing and tt'1 order! Inn i I -- "
: Since Pearl Harbor-Farmer you 'D an of publica K Y R P.aulerson (CT. CT. Seal FrS; LEwH LEGHORN
will have to see these to realize how ANNOUNCE ap ,'nqt you ond each of yon
9.h Julic-
at War. ; such ensemble it: h i !'cie'o" ordf.1.! thata ',
eye filling an can :
foiOicee 1
tai of Florida In and
theyl'.l be a.ssocla'cd: together: In Cucuit IK'PIE : really be. "J! each: of jew. are lieicbyrr hobee County.By '" ,.-T PARROTT AVE
the practice of law with offices on > ;
iuired to fllj with the Ceik
I --- Sophionla! Pease D r,
Coming Attractions Girls in the WAVES had their attractive the 7th Floor In th" Comeau EuM! o. liDve tyed: com': 1\' his S-:.i"Hoi" S,. i' C mpliiinan

uniforms designed by the Ing. West Palm :3each, Florida. 'i ;n Okf' "'10' c-, Fcrla: : i __ __ ____ _.__._ __ _- -- I to ewtclt 1AI
v ui written : Po
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same stylist that designs dresses for Nol
ORCHESTRA WIVES ] or by nt'Oi'rc-yi in taU I I everybody with a dollar r
MY FAVORITE BLONDE 'he Dutchess of Windsor Mainbo- ''I 11,1:1:1:, : :: ,', IIII"I'WWl'mll: !' :IIII1'T! !' ''IW'I' :'" suit on the first Monday 1 In I to spare can shoot a gun I i a. 7oAri
her The Navy finds 'style" appealis a Rlralgh'-hut everybody ran
.August 1943 tm tame being
CASABLANCA a material help in recruiting : shoot straight to the bank and 666i
; the sand day of s"ln ..iiJiV.lirrt ,
News ads a profitable. I 1011II buy War Bonds. Buy }our : \
---- I \ 'hereafter ta fill: with srld' '1 lOTi: I '
I I-- cvcrj pay Gay' i Liouid foe Malarial Symptom

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TIES NEED RECAPPING Y keeps War Plants busy 24 hours t\

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A hr Victory. Ample and constant pc

Have them recapped by HUMPHRIES at Fort ( ,, ? u supply is making production history .

Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We I t W Yes, and we do more than that ,

are now operating twenty-four hours daily and "' > f supply the power for scores of mili'

can give much more prompt service. Tnere is to I *; c p establishments and we also con tin\: _

be a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and A % Ala l ,f' meet all the needs of our peacetime l

passenger tires during the next four months and 1 mr "' ," ( (omen. Proud? Sure we're proud. V

grade UI tires are about all gone. When your F "' Americans aren't we? And when t'" -

tires become rmooth, have them recapped at Ji k t real }"b *..' "V<9 done, who can donIDAY

cnce. We have plenty of recapping rubber. _:

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