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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 10, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 28-Number 3 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 10, 1942 Price Five Cents

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:\0.\\'Y TRAINING ST\TIONS Fourth Celebration Grand Success MORE AIR CORPS CADETS Sea bees
Okeechobee Leads GRANT: .ittCRtirs LE\\E I July TRAINED: AT ARCADIA I| Recruiting

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KationlnWarBond trailing Recrutb 01 who trade finish school.their naming basic J,: With An All Day Program of! 'Patriotic, classes Arcadia of July American 7 (iFNS)-Air Two Corps more ;I Many Construction


And Stamp SalesThe in live the days Navy leave now plus will fourdaytrav be granted- I I Exercises and Entertainment For All training adets completed at Riddle Aeronautical primary flight Institute Men; More Needed

eling time, It was announced in I this week army public relations
Mimi Monday by Guy F. Hull officers at Carlstrom and

!Intensive War Bond and Chelf Carpenter's Mate, recruiter lat I Flail Pole Dedicated Fish Fry Enjoyed Big Parade Dorr Fields operated by the Institute JACKSONVILLE, Fla. July 6-
Stamp drive which definitely placed uvc of the Navy Recruiting : ; reported today Hundreds of skilled and unskilled
I Witnessed By Large Crowd Thrilling Pony The Carlstrom class
Okeechobee County as first In the o.3ulJsatlon.: ; was the tradesmen were reported pouring
nation for the July quota was a During peace-lime It was customary Races : Rodeo Queen Crowned ; Hill twelfth to be trained at the field, Into the nine Navy Recruiting Stations .
success In every sense of the word. to grant leaves to all re- I Billy Show and Other FeaturesOne Capt. William A. Hart reported. of Florida this week as the
Not satisfied with reaching their ruts finishing their training but i Open post was held permitting cadets t result of lowering the bars for enlistment .

quota of $5700 the sales of Bonds this LS the first notice Chief Hull ; to celebrate Independence- In the Seabees, Navy con.
and Stamps continue. and the total iuh iwehed thai this practise had of the largest crowds ever -- --- and attend the rodeo here. structlon battalions.
of purchases so far for July. its teen renewed since Pearl HaiborWith I to attend a celebration In Okee- LIeut. Jack C. Pinkerton said that 'I Formerly limited to a specified
checked: with Postmaster Tom Pitts the prospect of coming chobee was on hand to attend the ''The Observer the seventh Dorr Field class has number of ratings, the lid was
Thursday morning was $9800 No home at the end of training, Hull) Fourth of July celebration here already been replaced by an in- I'I tossed aside this week, opening up
doubt Oketchobee County will said he expected a rush of appllca- Saturday, coming group from the pre-fllght more than 125 ratings Announcement
dcuble Its quota for July. ..3114 lot .'nllstmentChief The program started with the nv Bill" Page school at Maxwell Field i of the move was made by
The unprecedented votes cast for Hull said this announcement j i dedication of the new flag pole at --V Lieut. T. J Needham, Jr., officer-
Rodeo Queen on Saturday was far came direct from the Navy the court house at eleven o'clockIn THOBEE RODEOA In-charge for florida Navy Recruiting
little bit of heaven dropped Co. Commissioners .
beyond expectation. More than Department. I the morning when Circuit Judge
A reviewed the from out the sties one day. Remember Seabees
half a million votes were cast from V O Kanner briefly I I are assigned to building
Friday noon until Saturday at 6 history of this nation since the that one? Well, a little Transact BusinessIn of advance and mobile bases for

p m Below Is listed the final and Higher Ethics For' Declaration of Independence was bit of this and the Navy. When called for active
correct total of the contestants. signed 166 years ago. 'He pointedout that dropped s duty they are sent to Norfolk, Va.,
Jens Lee Raulerson 295940 that the United States Flag from somewhere Regular Session I for specialized training.
Virginia Cason 260,075 Lawyers and Real that was hoisted there on that flagpole last i;I Ages for enlistment range between
Fertile Hunt 228,490 represented a free people anda 17-50. with pay from $54 to
week and fell I I I
Elizabeth Reichert 70J70 I free country In which our way x a The :Bard of County Commis- $185 depending on the rate. Applicants
I In Okeechobee I I
Atlas Alderman 33.725 Estate Men Urged of life and living was In direct con- loners of Okeechobee County. Florida must furnish three let.
trast to the of the dictator and what did ters of recommendation
people
MargucrUa Bass 30350 met In regular session on Mon.i Navy recruiting -
Will TomUason 2.975 j, nations of the world. we haveA af day July 6, 1942, at 9:00: A. M. 1 I I I ; stations are located at
I i Tallahassee. July 7 --Ethto After the patriotic program at the fine time hnre %" Present were: Chairman C F I i I Jacksonville Tampa, Miami St
Total 922123: : of real estate broker and of I court house all adjourned to the nut And the ,e, Walker Commissioners J. T. I i, Petersburg Orlando, Gainesville.
0 1 1.' vera will be revamped and stiffpenaltlt's. :ity park where BUr Hendry C H. seed was Phelps, E. J. Wilson Ernest Tallahassee, Daytona Beach and
I wish to extend mj deep appreciation -fOr violations will be provided ,, Paikerson and others were cookIng planted for what vtlll be the lead- ard and R E. Bass: County HIllI-1 I Lakeland.
to all who made It possiblefor in the legislation which will'1 fresh fish and corn bread with usg Rodeo of the Slate of I'lor- ney T W. Conley Jr.. Ratings now open Include bakers,
Okeechobee County to make a be proposed in the 1934 Legislature. I which to feed the large crowd that Ida in about two Jerks of a heif I,, Conrad and Clerk Roy R ..Raul-i,I b a I' bers boatswains chainmen,
nation-wide record for July quotas according to Information received I|I; had gathered er's tail, It peers (o me. crson i i I chauffeurs. Chief of Party, clerks
Also the fine spirit shown in the here this week. I i I I At 2:30: the parade of cowboys I shore feel sorry for the few Upon motion by Commissioner shIps' cooks divers, architectural
Rodeo Queen Contest. Thanks a One amt'ndmentouId authorize !j II and cowgirls formed at the city who pulled stakes and went to Milliard duly seconded by Commis- |I I electrical. mechanical, steel and
revocation of a real estate broker I I' hall and paraded through the the woods structural draftsmen, instrument-
million to all contestants who worked on a fishing trip, or sloner Wilson, the minutes of the
so hard and hearty congratulations license If he placed a relative or I|I streets and then to the airport burned gas and tires to get to meetings In June were read and men mall cleks, photogaphers, road
friend In house that Is for I here the horse held. where machine sheet metalworkers
to Miss Jene Lee Rauleis m. a open racing was they wemt. approved. I|I operators
winner of the Rodeo Queen contest. Inspection and had him interview I I A number of good races with cow \\e shore had some fllnl' speakIng The Financial Statement showing water tenders welders,
W R PAGE Chairman persons Inspecting the premises for ponies was run before a very large up at the Court House by balances as of June 30, 1942 was rodmen, sallmakers stewards, store-
Okeediobee! County War Savings I the bicker I crowd one of the finest orators In the presented and approved as follows: keepers blacksmiths, blacksmith
("Oll1lUtl't't' A second amendment would autn-I I The day wound up with a hillbilly !South That was quite solemn General Fund $ 5367.71 helpers, bulldozer operators, build.
V -- oilze revocation of a broker's license I show at the school auditoriumIn p it was an affair of importanceand Fire & Forfeiture Fund 288.71 ing carpenters concrete workers,
for fradulent deals giving which the queen of the rodeo an important milestone In crane operators, dredge deckhands,
Road & Bridge Fund .
1.06202
Hal Leyshen Flow him an opportunity to go before 1 was crowned before a large crowd the history of Okeechobee. Agricultural Fund 107.35 I,I quarry chillers electricians, line
the Circuit Court cr the Supreme Miss Jene Lee Raulerson was the Kul from that time on thing Mothers' Pensions Fund ... 890.90 ''and station electricians, engine operators -
Court for reInstatement. winner of the crown as queen of wrre popping right smart for the Outstanding Indebtedness excavation foremen, dredge
Serving As These amendments have the the rodeo with 295,940 votes while firemen and diesel
Captain test of the day. Oh boy, I can Fund 122 84 gas repairmen,
backing of Senator Walter Rose I Miss Virginia Cason was second still taste that fried mullet and truck d'lversharCbulldel'l, labor
I Publicity Fund ... 42755
and T. P. Swope chairman of the j and Miss Fertile Hunt was thrd. hush puppies thf'YIf'rl' dishing : fciemen, launchmen, dredge mates,
Air 1939 Tax Adjustment Fund
InArmy Corps 'I Florida. Real Estate'" CoirimJpslou* I I"nth I II Thq ,day was..such, ,a complete ," U dwnJn. the: City rkfor I Court House' :Bond"&'8 "" Ji75.,ohephrid-statloa mechanics, quarry)'

t I of"Orlandoi success until already there '1s a ahi ut two hour Never did fish Fund ............. ...................... 337.63 mechanic crushers, crane, engine
Thomas Ourney of Orlando president I move on foot to make this celebration taste so (torn! and never have I Jail T W. I & S Fund... 173.97 oilers, shovel operators, painters,
MIamI. Juh 6 -Hal LevJi'n of the Florida Bar Assocla- a regular event each year.Relationship piled liver foremen, plumbers, plpe-
I I|I Keen crisper, crunchier, (11Ie quiet, Jail Repair Fund ... ... 65.83
public relations counsel! 1 and I tion has named a committee to : --V bow .nous), than those prepared fitters pipclajers, poudeimen, powdeimen -
Court House Repair Fund 1375
former newspaper man prominent lOimulate legislation granting the hv Chef Parkeison and Pastry helpers riggers sheet metal -
1141) General
n sate and civic affairs for the bar legal authority to dismiss mem- 'I: of Gas past 20 years reported for active 1 bPI'S'ho violate ethics and switchboard
professional th(> live and men.
\ long
prosper Refund Indemnity Fund 10.000.00
duty as a ciptaln with the Army and otherwise conduct themselves "" j II V
Air Forces In Washington July 6th. in such a way as to dishonor ,. Rationing to ivlolor ", P. Just to keep things -I I Put first things first. Join the
q.ienMnir al
"nsHis Honor the Total $1927750'
Captain Ley hon, for 10 years 1 their calling Navy noCollector\\'.
editor of the Miami Daily News I Mayor: announced that the pig Reports of Marks and Brands fori i i i t

has for the past year conducted his V-- Stamp is Explained! hid been greased quite properlyand Districts No 2.4 and 5 were recelv- '1 June ........................ 12500
own business as Hal Le\shon & no clear the way and makea ed and ordered filed In the office of. Robert La Martin, Sat Tax
Associates Ine. public relations The Eyes and Ears : square circle so I ran turn the the Clerk of the Circuit Court. | Assessor, June ................_.... 12500
counsels, with offices In Miami and .101'1'! !, Pahs! collfc! '01 of Internal dirt thing loose That he did. After explanation by Lt. Garlandof J. L. Chandler, Sat Janitor,
New York. His business ulll continue of National Defense I revenue for the State ot Flor- That br did. And did the dozen the U S Engineers in charge of June .., ........... ... ... ... ... 60.00
to function under the guidance M \ :'m--tirced that he had received or so toung'uns have themselvesa supervision and the construction of W B. Hargraves, Sal Supt
of O Ralph Kiel viee-presi- I claitflcatirn' rn the question of mess trying tn pounce on Iheyoung Okeechobee Airport the Board Regis, June ..... .. .... 40.00
dent. and Poula Clark secretaiy- Lawrence R Brooking. Altamonte the relationship between the tamp porker I don't know who agreed to purchase and Install the J S. Underhill, Recording

treasurer Sprlnes Fla [in Observer! in the denoting pumen' of the motor ve- It vas that finally caught the necessary concrete culvert for a Fees, June .. .. .. ........... ...... 3000
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fyyshon Joined the Miami Daily Ground Observer Corps of the Air- hide use tix and gasoline ration- corker but he Is welcome to the road over the canal at the entrance G. C Durrance, Sal. Co.
News in 1924 and was success!; eh! rait Warning service First inu:. "bul k." lie earned it. to the new ail port, and authorizedthe Pros. Atty., June .......... ......... 7500
a reporter. Sunday Editor news editor I er Command under Flllht-1 According to the Office of Price Then ramtthe parade. It's Clerk to make Inquiries and Florida Power & Light,
and after fulfilling an assign- General John K. Cannon. U. S. Administration. the exhibition of shore something to Just have a purchase the culvert at the best Elec. C. H. & Jail, June.. 12.18
ment in 1930 as a foreign correspondent Army Air Forces, has Just been declared he stamp at the time of registering parade but to have one. that price available. State Tuberculosis San at.Hosp. .
became editor of the paXT. a regional prize winner ofa for the next coupon book will starts practically on time Is Upon motion by Commissioner Bryan Oalnous ... ... 46.92
In 1938 under his leadership I slogan contest conducted for not be necessary Under the rules Rpmehtlng else yet. This one Wilson, duly seconded by Commis- County Welfare Board, relief 400.00
the Miami Dally News won members of the Corps The contest the owner of the car 1s required to did. And it shore looked rood to sioner Phelps the Clerk was Instructed The Bond Buyer, Adv. Call .
the Pulitzer award "for the most was sponsored by "The Observation enter the. serial number'of his $> this country boy. Wasn't It purtyI to pay $1500.00 and inter for Tenders ..... ... .. .. .. ...... 35 00
disinterested and merltous! public'I i Post," official newspaper fat the I nu''omoblle stamp on the cover of tried to count all the horses In est due on the principal note dated Inter Co. Tel & Tel Co.,
service rendered by an American I I.Ground Observation Cops which his coupon book. The OPA regulations the parade, but thaw with all October 6, 1941 In the amount of Tel. Co., J. & Jail ................ 894
newspaper" I I ,'rcelved a commenda'lon from Gen require service station attend- the fine costumes and party girls $300000 same having been borrowed Dr I. M. Hay, TreatmentsH
Leyshon was also prominent In H H Arnold. Commanding General ants to compare the serial numberon I found I had other business to for securing property for airport. Watford .... .... .... 13.00
radio circles being vtce-piesldent of the U. S Army All Forces, the stamp prior to dispensing I attend to. The remaining $150000 principal to Brevard Hospital, Treatments
and general manager of Radio 'I The purpose of the contest wis to gasoline. Then out to the airport and thera be renewed for a period of three H. Watford .............. 8.00
Station WIOD : find a suitable slogan descriptive Mr. Fahs said the stamp mustbe -s were on._ Gosh, I don't months and Interest to be paid In Dis McEwan & McEwan,
V ''or the work of the more thin eight placed on the motor vehicle'I know how many races there were advance as requested by the Cltl- Treatments H. Watford..... '8.00
SURPRISE SHOWER 1 midred thousand Observer serv- new, that any use of a car on or nor all the riders. But I di know zens Bank of Stuart. I', The Humming :Bird Press,
In_ their country night and day after July 1, 1942 without a stamp, the program read something like Mr W M. Lucius appeared before Printing Slaughter Bks. .. 26.95
A shower and farewell party was I: with unceasing vigil In the Aircraft ('r other evidence of payment, would this. 200 yd. race. Several cow the Board protesting the County'sUse W R, Tomlinson, Repairs
given to Miss Mary Margaret Parker Warning Servce. snake the owner subject to a fine ponies and Johnnie Pearce on a of. lands for road right-of-way Co JailThomas .. .. ............. 175
brlde-e'ert of Master Sargent Of the thousands of slogans submitted I 5f $2500, mule. 250 yd. race, some cow purposes at Upthegrove :Beach, be. H. Nix Serv. Sta.,
Harry M. Frlsh of Camp San Luis by the members of this I Ii | V I ponies and Johnnie Pearce on teween Conners Highway and State Window Olass & Exp.
Obispo Cal. Friday night July 3, i i Ccrps from Maine to Florida In I LADIES AID HOLDS MEETINGThe i a jackass 300 yd. race, cow Road 85. The protest being basedon (Co Jail) ..."..?..........._._._ 3.83
when a group of Ladies Aid Members the regional areas controlled by the ponies and Johnnie Pearce on a the statement made by Mr. Lu- Fenole Chemical Co., Sup-
cf the Brethren Church the and cius that the right-of-way Included plies C. H.\ 683
surprised First Fighter Command Mr Brook- Ladles Aid of Church of donkey 400 yd. race -
her at her home. : ing's entry "The Eyes and Ears the Brethren met at the church Johnnie Pearce, etc Well he part of his land. The Okeechobee News, Adv.
Many beautlul and useful gifts of National Defense" was adjudged Thursday aftemoon Mrs Earnest tried them all, and to tell the Upon motion by Commissioner & Printing ..... ...... ..... .......... 2073
were received by the bride-to-be 1 the winning slogan for the Tampa I Campbell gave the devotional on truth I honestly believe he shore Hilliard seconded by Commissioner Western Union Tel Co.
Refreshments of home made cake Region prayer The Mlsslongrams were 'nuf won the triangle race. And Phelps the Board agreed to purchase Telegrams ...... ....... ............ 8.01
and punch were served 1 Mr. Brooking's slogan won him I read by Miss Margaret Parker The I wasn't Nathan Z. proud of that an Amercan flagfor the Roy R. Raulerson, Expense
Miss Parker will become the bride 'one of the ten regional prizes program was In charge of Mrs. Non- old plug he had entered. Won Court Room. trip to Tallahassee ....... ...... 1800
o' Sgt Frlsh at the La Verne College fered by "The Observation Of-I das Parker and Mrs Victor Domer I twice One was very close and The following vouchers were approved Robert La Martin, Expense
I and ordered when ............... 18.00
La Verne. California July 15. to members of the Corps Those present were Mrs. Herbert Nathan slated at an Interview paid trip to Tallahassee
ThoM at the shower I Brtsco 'I It a funds are available: T. W. Conely, Jr., Expense
present the best slogans from their particular Mrs Nondas Parker Mrs with the "press", that was
were: Mrs. Earnest Campbell and regions. These regions are Will Walker Mrs. Nell Hough, Mrs 'i Jewish horse and won by stickIng GENERAL FUNDC. trip to Tallahassee .. ...... 20.71
daughter Laura, May'e Miss Lucille strategic areas located so as to Robt LaMartln and daughter Bob- I 1 out his nose Just far enough City of Okeechobee, Water
Johnson Mrs Dacle Prescott, Mrs cover the entire coastline! from bie Lee, Mrs. Prescott, Miss /Lucille I to be the winner: Maby so Nat. F. Walker, sal. Co Com. C. H. & Jail June ...?....... 12.90

Wm. Walker' Mrs Robt La Martin Maine to California with over eight Johnson, Mrs. Harold Conrad, i I maby so. June .........:.?........._...._..?._.? CO.00 The H. & W. B Drew COG!
and daughter Bobby Lee Mrs. Vic- thousand observation posts These and daughter Elsie Mae, Mrs. Vic- Well after the races we had J. T, Phelps, Sal. Co. Com. Supplies Tax Collector ....., .50

tor Domer and daughter Carol Mrs prize winners and Ovserver BrookIng tor Domer and daughter Carol Mrs I I Just enough time to go grab a June .....?............. ........_........... 5000 Ruble Bass, Basslnger
John Draughon and daughter Frances w'receive\ a year's subscriptionto John Draughon and baby daughter snack and a dry handkerchief E. J. Wilson Sal. Co. Com. School} Cafe ...... ....... ... .. 457

Mrs H. L. Brisco Mrs Nell Life Magazine, plus a six months Mrs Curtis Wright and daughter I and then down to the school andUorlum June ...*.. ......v*........,;............... 50.00 Citizens Bank of Stuart,
Hough, Mrs. Salter Watford Mrs subscription to Air Trails Magazineand Mary Ellen, also a visitor, Miss and the big show of the R E. Bass, Sal. Co. Com. Principal & Interest on

Calvin Draudy. Mrs Olen Davis, Air Progress Magazine All Margaret Parker night' was on. Fiddlers, singersand June ... .... ... .......... .............. SO.00 note dated 10-6-41, Comm. 3,112.50
Mrs Nondas Parker, Mrs. Curtis entrants In the contest are being V I harmonicas. A couple of Ernest Hilliard, Sal.Co.Com. L. L. Conrad, Attend. Co I

Wright and the honoree, Miss Mary given an official emblem of the CATHOLIC CHURCH shore fine numbers by' the male | June ...._................................._.. 60.00 Comm & Notifying Co... ... 20.13
Margaret Parker. Aircraft Warning Service. SERVICES SUNDAY I quartette for an opener. Don't Roy R. Raulerson, Sal. Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. ,
-tf- V I I know what their moniker Is but I|I Clerk June _........ ......? 15000 Co, Supplies Co. Jail ........ .40tt
Mrs B. O. Bowden of Tallahassee D. S. Hudson, cashier of the Citizens Services will be held at the Catholic they were plenty good. Also the T W Conely, Jr, Sal Co. BLshlp Office Equip Co.,
arrived In Okeechobee Sunday afternoon Bank of Stuart and Circuit church In Okeechobee Sunday I I I ,trio of young ladles sang beautiful Judge, June ....._._...?.._...- 12500 Filing Cabinet ....................... lU3 sI
and Is spending a two Judge A. O. Kanner were among morning at eight o'clock. All who says I. Too bad they could T. W, Conely, Jr, Sal, Co. I FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
weeks vacation here with Mr. and the out of town folks who spent will are cordially Invited to *A. .I not use the loud speaker system Att).. June ......._.........?_.... 5000 T W. Conely, Jr., SaL
Mrs. Basil Bowden and family the Fourth of July In Okeechobee. tend. (Continued on Page Two) Bessie Alderman Sal, Tax: (Continued on Page Two) _




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British Island of Malta In the'' Okeechobee Battery & dec. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION >"TI( t: OF PUr\TION FOR I 3,000,000 ESTABLISHMENT: TO

hl'l'dIltbcc l\\t5 Mediterranean Gen. MacArthur's Service Materials & Repairs FOB TAX DEED IKUK: TO ".::1.1. Ii %tlK'", l.tMl: >> I
I.BWI of 1939 I In Court of Cuiiiity, .1 hugo. Kinti- of BE CONSTRUCTED: BY WAR
Australian headquarters reported Dlsts. No. 3 & 4 .... '7.10 :N,,,llif I In licrcliy, nhcn Hint S. J, Flurlilil., Okeechiihm County, DEPT ,IN THIRD DISTRICT
repeated air raids on Japaneseheld Standard Oil Co., Fuel Huvln, liol.r of Tnx L'erllhVntm No. I In r,' ,.Inle i if (',,isuiio Miiininiii,
I'-ll. |I..'It'd| this minor. ,
in that The Dists. No. 1 3 & 4 .. ............. 37,64 nth ilny of July, A.
Published Every Friday by the territory area. r>. loan, Tnx ('...rllll'nt"10.: 104S, Niillcila hereby' Klvcn to all whom Washington D. O.. July 6 (PNS
sinking of 17 more- United Nations lll.2, 11134.: 1,7. lir.1l. HUH)I. 11)111' IIHU.nnil II tun)' concern, thnt Etna I'. Sim
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- AGRICULTURAL FUNDC. 3117, limed thn Sill clnv of Hep- mon". na tiiiinlliin of Connie hilit lions, I Congressman Bob Sikes announced
bee Okeechobee County Florida. merchant vessels by enemy sub ti'lnuer. A. Ii. 1II.-7 : Tnx tVrtlllcnl.M. minor. will, "" the 2mh dny uf July, last week that the war depart
marine action was announced. Pulford Sal. Oo. No 1II1\( 2D1T. ana, '.'11.'4, II 'I211 ", V. II. KMni'|>lr to the Ilonnralilo
A, jn.'ll, Will: 'MM.: I'.20'I2.: 2KI3 "MM. \\'. Ciinely. Jr., County Judge In ment had authorized construction -

SCRAP SALVAGE Agent June ............... ............ 100.00 :Vat' iMMii, 2HI, 21H2! 2043( nnil 3M to 1'1',,,1 fur mild County! at bun office In of a military establishment in
I II :IIHI Inc, ls itpI' thit 3rd ,dnv lit "'"',') '" In PIStil County, nt 10
BRYANT BOWDEN ..... .... Editor 1940 GENERAL REFUNDING '1' fenilicr ,I. l II. IIIL'8: Tai CrrtlflvntM Hep. 'cluck u.. moo or HI aoon thereafter I the Gulf coast area to cost approximately -
I The WPB said a brand new and No 1IIMI: to 11112: Inc, 1'.2I31: \). 2U41. :2WJninl : its the, Hinder, ean l ho heuril fur ml 3000000. Details as
I I FUND I' TIM .. thnrlty to .,'11, nt pnhlle or privatemile
greatly Intensified campaign to sal iKMiiiMl tli r.b l ilnv of to the exact location could not be
Manufacturers Trust Co., Angunt. A. 1) 1IUO : Tin Vrilllcntpii )) the Intercut! nf mild, minor follonliiff
Entered as second class matter ,. vage vital scrap materials will be No SoS, I'.llw l ) <, lima' antI NHK1) ) to 10111) deicrllied real entitle, I In ailld disclosed, but It will be somewhere '
Services as Paying Agent 23 30 I II,,,..., iMii.'d the ,.. to-wlt :
2nil dny of .TII"" A.
formally opened July 13 becausethe the coast In the third
July 1, 1914. at the Post Office In on congressional -
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Okeechobee Florida under the only way the U. S. can meet nn.l. (l-'l!). |100n,1| I to' 3rd ilny of i.tu Il''I.v.Turk. nddltlnn tu the City of district.

materials requirements of war production TilE OBSERVER list, A. II. 1'tll.! : : Tax ('.,tI6"lIte0.... ., Knrliln IIH per plat The work will be supervised by
Act of March 8 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I
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i I Hilt\ ; IKHU..I the 11th dny or Juno. A, of "" '''fli In the office of
'' Is "to collect every last bit I). IIL'U.: nn.l Tnx I'cr1 I tt'a I.. .Nil Sits'. clerk of Circuit Court ut (lke e- the Mobile Ala., office of the

of scrap from every farm and home, i Continued from pace I) IMIIIIM! flip 7th dny nf AiiKimt A. U. I. chiihei' Coiimitv, Klorldii, In pintliook Army Air Corps of Engineers it
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Ml.'l: : hni 11",11111.,> In my nf- page 23.
|i and from commercial enter- Hut the hill hilly entertainment \v h li'h announced.
RATE I every flea: hni mnde application for a Tu niMdlcnllnii! will) lie liuaednioli was
prize and in the Is uhat took the house. Drail to be l iii9ed thereon. Said CerllllcntpM i | the pet linn fur cole) now on IlleI V
One year In advance .. ........ ... $2.00 Industry country. really I, 'III Iiro'e' the follnwlnir, do. I I'' I In auld ('1111.1.I .
Six months In advance ......... .. 1.00 1 I The iron and steel Industry has Roy AckofT and his bunch Is as nrrthed property In the County of I IOKecholice I Uiitcd.Inne ID 1. A. II. 1IMJ.) I SUPT. BLAKE WILL PREACH AT
raised about $1,500,000 and the much cut of date' around from titate of Florida, to-wlt : DT.NA r. SIMMON'S Uunrdluu.. METHODIST ChURCh SUNDAY
Three months In advance ........ .75 I.otn I, 2, 7. II, U. II anil, K.Klk. I II
i I glycerin Industry about $500,000 to non on as hoop skirts and bustles i 1.: Lot II, Hlk. 2 : Lot 0 to I I IV THE t'IIITI1' COCKT OF TUBIM.V1M

J i finance national advertising to are on :Miami Beach. Didn't know H Inc. Illk :l. """1 I tu 4 Inc., nnd, 'I 'I JI'IHCUI, CIKCTIT, IN Dr. J, W. Blake, District Superintendent .
I I) to M Inc.. Illk. 4.: Lull It,> 4 .AM: KOIt IKEKCIIOHKK COl'STY.
Advertising bills are payable onI stimulate scrap collection theI one could do so many things lii,' nnil 7. Illk. A: 1.11'I/ II. 10nnil Kl.Ollllit. IN CHANCEHT. of the Lakeland District.

the first of each month. Parties I I Board said. The Farm ImplementI ullh a mouth organ (old name) I It. Illk. (I. l.nti 1 to (R Inc. CONXOMPATEIl' ) NAVAL STOKES I will preach at the Okeechobee
'I l iI nnil' 10. Illk 7, Lnn 2 to M Inc., I IIIlk. I 'II Itt II'\S\ n Klorl.lH corporation
unknown to publishers required to' Industry has offered to assist the harmonica I mean. Cecil Johnson s.: .Lot,* :2 to A Inc.. Hlk. U, I'liiliilllT va. 1)'. \VAC1IOB.. et Hi l.I l. Methodist Church on next Sundayat

In advance. | country's 12.000 state and local salvage played one upside down backwards l.otM S to 4 'Inc' unit H, Hlk 10iits ; I I In fclidnnl" I I the morning hour Dr. Blake Is
pay I '.. Blk. 11 soil I, NOTICE TO .1I'I'K\K
I tn M :
I I committees In the collectionof rrowtle fdhllln.11th hi* 1.1.In, l 1 tn 4 Iii.,. 0 tn 11 Inc., Blk. 'I'll THE IKKENP\NTS.: ItALI'lI ,I now serving his fifth year on the
rural scrap. Materials to beI no iand ilanted n he didntsMallr 12. nil hclni tart of 1I.II.ondd.- WACIIOH nnil' hIGh WAC1IOB : Lakeland District but this Is his

I I I sought In particular are Iron and It couple of times. ,lllllnll. II HIllidhlHliill i.f \\'l/i l.fMi4 I You anil each, of you are advlm'd I I first time to come to Okeechobee
Reading notices in local columns. a I : ; nf SKI, of 101.."'. 11, Twp. 37 that a bill of complaint has been
10 cents a line. Rates for display steel rubber and waste fats. But Bud Carter went to town I IKM; 33.I.Din / ir..l nynliiHt' von III the above en- I church since it was placed In the
,, I t.. 11 I Inc, Blk. 1 : tot I III led CUIIHC In I Ilio offlce of the Clerk I
The
Rubber started. How I I
Scrap Salvage campaign when he really got Lakeland District Quarterly Con-
.
advertising furnished on application I to It 111" .. Hlk. 2 : l. ,ti 1 to 10Inc. nf the Circuit$ Court of OkeecbnheeCount
Classified advertising, 2 cents will close at midnight July about that Pox Hunt number hepl.iscd Illk X. l.ts I tu :a Inc.. 6 to I v, FNirlilu\ nt Okeeehohee, Flor ; ference wll be held In the after

i 10. The Public Buildings Admin so well. Someone said they i II) Inc. Blk 4, nil liclnir pnrt of Ida herein soil n'herehthe: plaintiff I, noon.
t'ach'ord per insertion All Items Kr.iokhn I'nrk. u xnh.llvlalull of la endeiivorliiir to quiet the title
regarding enterprises conducted for istration reported 15,000 pounds of thought Zibe Williams done the .MV ...rf4: of :oiEut *'C.JO ntrnlnKt you anil ench of you, to the The public is invited to hear Dr.
1 :i7. IUc 31.; following' doMcrthcd lund. )>lnir and
scrap rubber were salvaged from barklni railing and 1'\\1'|i Blake.
grunting dog
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng W'-j of 1 SP.I4" of S\Vi. K'i ofMVI4 I lielnir In Okeei'hobve County Florida.Hiwit I
rnles I Federal Buildings during the first other Imitations for Bud. But uf S\\' i,, ; S'"( of XV'i 4 ofswi I : W. K HOWELL Pastor
II nf S\VV SW4 of N'i4T ,\ \\' % of SAVi/4 ,unil 11\1'% ofNV'4
the ,
rt.oeeks of campaign The nut 'o. Bud wan the works. I I --- -- --- -
.. 1'1\\1 : XK'i of "\1".t 51\1,,-. of Socthin ::11. III Tonnxhlp I
War Department said the Army The Jlanon sisters were wonderful I MI'S: i.f sos'", of HW.<4VM: ofNKH ao) )Kiiulli., ItniiKiMil' Rod: Okeeclinliee .
faces 250,000 ton of : nf N"/, of NK'4nf ) S'''litlt y. Florida.
PLEDGE TO TilE FLAG a rubber shortageby and received plenty I SW'i.: I
:Mi "r"l : nnil. XH ofNWVi Thla la therefore to command you u YOUR TIRES
"I pledge allegiance to the Fin? the end of 1943, but present come on back' stull Irom the I :' of| MVVi of SW'i. all !b.. mid" each of you to Ille your wrIttenuuI'lu'utcluuu' ;

of the United States of America plans do not nclude military huge audicmi-' And all Ihe fiddlers I n it pnrt ,>C Sec 2)). TWI'| 37, Kgo.n ,I ". to inld Mil of complnlnt
I : ; cniitiiliiliiK,, I inj't HITCH. more with the Clerk and to the Republic for which It 'requisitioning of civilian tires. were shore at their best. ill* I..... cn'ii't nt III" ofllre In the Court Ilinment i Need Recapping?

stands: One nation Indivisible I The judges had a hard time but I 'I 1;'lie; mmiMi, .nipnt ",f mill property onihr : Okcechnbee' Okeeih'ibee County.Morliln. .
RATIONINGThe milil iVrtlMniti'ii lnxui'il win In the on th 3rd lay of AiiEiiat A.
vith liberty and justice for all." finally accorded E. C. Collins ,III 1111'1 nf tir. I). K. Aluobriiiik : I Henry.TiU I Ii. WI, mid that In di-fnult thereof, a I

OPA set the quota of first In the fancy fiddling. When <' NsI,(' I.inv George Diirtli'Vi I decree pro conrWan will he entered <.(> to \ nnr tm-iil t(lit Inning Konrrtanil
passenger EII"n nitiliixt mill ",u'h of you and the iMM-tltiriitf. Then baseS
--- Trillion .MIII secure
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automobiles for rationing Dlrkl Thomas went to Itork even I'rlilHiHi. .lumen' I'rliliri-n : Wnuli MHIIluini. I iiliilntlff I I iilloncil! tu proceed, ex parteIT ,.r tlr** .rll.1, Itv Iliimiihrlm, attort

during July at 25.000 excluding the old man asliep down In the : I.. L WHiBnt H .T. A. ..T.I I 'IS HKItKHY OKIlEltEI thnt I'lrrrr.. n firm it ltd plsrlit, y....
A Week of the WarArmy and blistered I Hii\l : II II Phi k. : f:. It. Wrliiht ; 7.. I Ihl"I notice I lie liii il tshi once each fxprrlfnc tltr l 1..1 of nitiltmf| -
state and national reserves which fourth row woke up II. Slmm.mil. : I'MkiKiwn : II II. 1><"IHI. I week for four ((4)I eoiiaepiitlve weeks and a r*>|>itttitlmi. for su liar.. dPHllnv,
will reduce the original inventoryof his hands a'clapplng. fine work "11. !,' K; lloflinnn ; Pmil K Dunk- In. The Okee<.Imlice' :News, a nenapapertd I.., inilH'piHiithiith "liiiiiN helilnd rr
tinker : 7. T. Almihrnok : A. .T. Bowler I ifcnernl I elrciiliitlnn, pnhllHhed In I".\ tit 111 if (!ne".
about 402,000 cars to about 260- Dkklr. W. K. .Im-kunn, : S. r. Connor. J. I Okeochnbeo. Okeoihnhee County, FlurIdn. \ liirri. ttlurli ..f nil .lopn. rutilirr
000 Between' July 9 and August Hut Ward Kllenkauf with Ms .\. ChrlHtiMmon, : ""l 1 Cotton.: Ernmn prior to the return bite ,hereof ',''' on liiinil. nnd. son else promptM
Chief of Ordinance Campbell IN WIT.NE WI1EKEOF I hove I h..., If hum urn with
I! Si' "" W Jnrkmin : >on n m
speaking at Salisbury. N. C.. 31, the office will release 230,000 'gitar and winning smile seemed :):.I.I'.ljlr. '".- .F.iltr A.: MnllirKiirini'M hereunto e't III 3 hiind mid 1 official seal rut nr lircnk. hrhitr '" "" T"r In.
said. bicycles for rationing 180,000 to to be the hit. You know that fel- H"k'Tr".1, I'". :'A. Jenklin this JTIh tint of June, A. 11 1042.HOY HI.IH.(1"... < han,".. nrf HP cii n iiiI -
"Our tanks to
are superior nnil II. K I'lirlt- I R. HAl'I.ERSOS. millthe tire inn! ttnike It ul\.
for so ,, .T (C lirwrter; I
lonely
the It'rlho always
states, 20000 to state was
Uk..h..h..el''lIn'y
anything the enemy has. Type by reserves t.'ll M OilVnlfim. I I'lcrk of Circuit Court I ilU'ii.nr nfrtlrf.Ui .
tanks heavier and 30.000 for a national reserve. and so or had been done wrong .,,1.1 ('.'rI I Il'Ilt'e "hull h. ro. Florida rnrrv ....,. of tI,. fiirvfdt urtlrfi >,
type our have gum by, or had everything and was ,"'.m.t HocordlnB to low, property de- i Sea 11, KtiHkH on hip' Knit: .(....t. tutu
heavier armament and greater TRANSPORTATION crllied thoreln Khali he olrt to the ---- -- --- -- -- I lie when you ne.il H tire quickly.famplHr .
speed 75- now happy. Plenty of changing hIghest hlililor, I At the ConrthOBM door Itc\rli( Di.plt.t.,1 ro.
our high-velocity
moods and a world of expressionto .n the flr.t MondBT: In the month of Lost and found columns of I I pairing "pHlnthiff. piirt. anil liirvw
millimeter guns In our M-3 tanks Transportation Director Eastman AniciiHt. 1IU2. which In tin3r'l ilav ..tfligIlMt. Toklo are crowded Stork or new find imM ltlr>'rt,. now .
newspapers
tell all about It. And
far and away outrange the best the banned for the duration all auto just you \ 11)42.I I i on Imnd.
then last but not least, the Hog I I :t'uI i I Ii Ii. ht ilul,. "t .1,,''v. 1M !. t these days. Every time an
Germans have and we can fire mobile, midget car and motorcycle nOT n. 9AUI.ERSON. American bus a War Bond, vorn HT'IiI''E' WILL BE
exhibition. But the least
this high-velocity 75 when the tank :racing meets, effective July 10. He Calling Clerk Circuit Court of the Saps lose face. Buy A Ph'ii EL'iATED"
I Florida. : your
said about that the better Okeechohee County, I
h In motion whch Is than i also asked that State and
; more County had (('Ir,'"'' Court Scnl) 4'4S2 10% every pay day
any enemy tank whatever Its size, 1 Fairs be postponed for the duration really think Lawrence Stuart __ II I Ii i V HUMPHRIESTIRE

can do." to help relieve the strain ontransport something on me there anyway. NOTICE OF APPLICATION I & RETREADINGCO.
But all In all It great day
was a
Opneral said the facilities. The ODT postponed FOR TAX DEED ;| Our fighting men are doing
Campbell so-
for Okeechobee and I shore thinka Law. of 1915Nt'tl
their share. Here at home
called "new German 88-mm. gun" until July 15 the date on |
which over-the-road carriers will good time was enjoyed by every ; lii- l 10 hereby given thnt AI Ire'Kl.iiin t the least we can do Is put 10%
Is "about as secret as a Daisy of Certlfli'ali-ii No.
hnlnVr Tux Phone 139 South Dixie Illxhwir
Water pistol. It has been known 'be required to be loaded at least 75 one. 17 ","I 21 lumiwl the 11th lnv' ..fiiiIv.. I: of our Income In War Bonds I
of Well be a seeing you. \. n. t'I'IIAll" Tnx ('...rllll'nln.; ] far our share \merlca.. FORT PIERCE FLA.
percent for
capacity return '
to us and our Allies for at least trip OBIE. !in. iKKiieil the lot ilnv I of Novemlier

10 years. We outmatched this gun and on which tank trucks will be A. 11' 10:17.. his II"',! cumin Inmy --
-- -- - ---
limited ,,fIle." bus iniuli1 npplli'atlon
with several of our field and anti- to one delivery dally The f.., a '1'11I l>..,.,! ti l>" l I..iieilthori.on.
tank guns." He said the German office reported the majority of milk Snlrt Certificate emhraeef the
dealers ilem-rlhed property In thPonnty .
have their deliveries ffllowln
88 Is effective antitank put on -L ? "
as an weapon of Okeeehohee Stntt of FlofI.In :

only within Its limited range. an every-other-day basis and havei I III'''''' : / i ip t
duced mileage by an average of Lot 54. Soi.. :11) T\M :SI Hire 0
U. S. machine Gen. Camp-
guns. ,
FOil SALE il .0 'r"I : and "
bell said will "outfunctlon any enemy 26 percent The office authorized I Ito 'II. 2T aunt' :SI. fer. 19. 'Twin | 914 .

under the mostadverse its 51 field offices to begin action n ltui :1.1: im siren I II
gun
The nnnpiiiinient of said property ondor II
circumstances-In other words they immediately upon applcations for I Icpecial lICJJEJULIb mid Certificate lamed woe In the '

permits under the truck'! I tinmen "f lir M. II. Ororea. JS I
will keep firing when enemy guns It. K t'hnri'h ''I
: Li'irHini"' ki-r nnd( 4 I
have to shut down to change bar- conservation regulations. 1'111 l,'.. auld I IV'rtlfli-iiti'ii I hiill luilpemed >> I I ,
accordIng to law, property d..
-els. The United States "can
SHIPBUILDING I II MY FIJIU1U2Is nrrlhed therein ahall he mId to the t .
build a better automobile, a better I highest Mdder at the Courthouae dooron

typewriter, a better Icebox and we The Maritime Commission said I .\iiiriiKt the flrnt 114J.Monday nhli'h: In I Ie the the:Hnl month dnv, of.if '

can build-and are building-better shipbuilding has not jet equaled I IIH2, '

ma-hine weapons." Oen Campbell total sinkings but delivery of 66 this the sign Willed) thin tiDY ht ,t"n.,. of IIAUI.ERSON..T II".. V>4J. \ I I a

said. ships totalng 730.000 tons by American i YOU are wearing? Herk Circuit Court ofOkeecholiee 'p

General Campbell said "The shipyards In June set a new i County Florida. p
1
W: ,
I (Circuit Court Kent) .
enemy cannot outdo American design worlds record for steel ship con-I! "Of course not!" Is your Immediate : .

and production and spirit" nuction and represented an ini i Indignant answer -- .
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The WPB reported the dollar cien.se of 450 peicent In volume of I But wait a minute. That's exactly : :NOTM K: OK 'l \.R'# \U: --

value of war shipments from 430 construe Ion since Pearl Harbor '| what you are doing if you Notice) In herd.} IT.IVHII' I Hint, uml.-r. S I
,'I 1 of I lM. ,.. of l-'on !
ii lid liy rl hf' n cr -
automotive plants totaled $350 mil- The War Shipping Administration ;i are taking today's great opportunities .-'''.11''' nnd mile'" dnied the 1:11: h dav nfMm. I ( I"It ill

lion during April. an Increase of reported the U S. will operate between I as they come doing ". .\. l)1.. 1'MJ.\ In the milt nf I,:. I'. r ,
B. i: '
Ili-crc I'liinidnlniint. vermm
4? percent over February. 2,200 and 2600 merchant nothing to prepare for the adjustment Pnr.llniiii.! ,>r "'" I lii-fi'iiilmitii, In the .

Army Services of Supply Commander vessels ths I days that must follow. circuit I '1111.1 III nnd for I ilMwIiidiiwCmintv AIR
Somervell 1'11.1'v I l-'lnrldn" In I'liiincery, Cine N.<.
Instructed civil- not tear that sign d
Why :>wn-
'
'> I will sill nl |Ihl', 'IIIIHI..II |roo"" .'
ian guards at 11.000 war plants! to (,Ol' n' COMMISSIONERSi : : why not set a high price on your null, to the hlali.nl nnd licit 1.1.MITi.l CONDITIONEDDependable
lie n.nilti fri.i.I dniir nf the Court
organize an to the ( ,
auxiliary
Army'scorps f'ltuie? .
I 11 I n II IP lit, I )oUi-cchnl' I I ks'liult'I '
of Military Police as a fur i Continued from 1Juvenile ) Thousands are doing It-get- '., ) ', .Pl'.rl.lii! mi M.indin, '. the nth : '
ther page .I.i'' iif; Jnl>'. .\. I' 1IMJ, h"' \,","" tin. om/a/
protection against saboteurs Ins the and mak- ,
enemy better Lbs now .
, Judge June 1JOO '.mil 1 hntirit "f mile. II hi' r.'l.iwlnit dcmrllictl
T W. Conely, Jr, Docket in' sure that they'll be preferred prnpcrlx Nhiinti, nml Ivlna IP
( II c. Imli. ,. l'i.iinlriorl.ln" to nit
Fees 1400 'n any difficult days ahead I I.i.l, S'x (HI.) ll''i-k Tnchv! 1121.) Service -

THE WAR FRONT Roy R. Raulerson, Cost through La Salle's home study ,,.1' Si.lithwcul. Aililltlnli tn I IlkitHlinlie. .
.'. riiirldil. II,.,. 'rdllltf tn !li'lll 1' )
Bills & Attend. Co Ct. 43 10 training. I ., ofI.e -
The ,,1,1hlltlull) rci-nrdi'il hi I lln" > Low Fares
"Flyinj Tigers" of the American '
O c. Durrance Conviction Let us send you free an Inter- <.f the I'li-rk nf I Ilic f'lrcnlt\
Volunteer group were placed booklet 48 the I I'"rt..t oki-ccholicp, ('.""'I y. KlnrI -
cstlng on
pages
vnrter the fees June 35.00 I.I.l. In I'lnt ll'ink 2, piiiro 7.
In China Army and Air Corps commAnd Mrs L. L. Conrad, Sal ruslness field of your choke. I I tl" .lllltlf>. Kllll, ""','r... ,",,1. ," Oil.. Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
opened their T.V.. COSI'I.JIt. .
Write for it tOday I There's no |
Jailer, June .. .
.
operations with heavy raids on 60.00L .\. "|lit.'liii MimlcrI and the North. '
valuable
L. Conrad. Cost Bills obligation nothing but I ii ('hnnccry.
three key Japanese bases as Han I'\T'L WOMIIIKV.ruimi ; .
Sheriff. information that can help you !: Norldboimrf
June
13995 : / s. W'li.i.Kt.:
kow. Nanchang and Canton. Six change that sign.LASALLE "..11\1".. for Cnmplihiiint,i 7 3 4.1 lv. OKEECHOIEB . 140AMAr. 2'10 ,1.4 .
Japanese planes were destroyed TAMPA . 10.10 AM US Pt.4 Costs Less thin
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND .- .- Ar. LAKELAND . MO AM 150't.4 Driving
without loss. EXTENSION I ",. ORLANDO . 10 SO AM N5't.4 Ose Posed
A Navy Ar. JACKSONVILLE 3:IS PM II 45 PM Way Trip,
communique reported Jasper Lee. Road Work FIGHT IN PEACE
UNIVERSITY Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4.45 PM 1259 AM
Army bombers scored hits on an Dl. t. No.1.. ........ 19.05 Ar. IAK5 CITY . 2.25 PM 1:10: "loot MIAMI 5 2.10 $ 3.SG
.\ Correspondence Institution I
enemy cruiser and sank a trans- Pay Roll Dist. 5 : JACICSONVIILI 4.40 7.9S
Labor .
29.50
4:40 PM 10 45 PM TAMPA .
|li-il. IMII a ii it' tc.o During the last war, a henpecked Lv. OKEECHOBEE : 2.30 4.IS
port In the Aleutian Islands. In Pay Roll Dlst 4. Labor ... 37.50 | Ar. JACKSONVILLE I.4S: AM 5:15: AIoot LAKILANO 5,90 3.41
I husband to evade his wife
managed
addition. Navy submarines Roll I I ,, kniin, him' I ORLANDO 2.50 4.50
sank Pay Dist 1, Labor ........ 79.75 uiini 'IM HIM mi timer coNNicriONi H JACKSOMIIUHtsfit TALLA-
m.Mu-lf north m".". 1'lunMni'lirt, nivI bnj enough to get Into the army. TALLAHASSEE 1.65 0.20
three destroyers The sltuaton In Pay Roll Dist. 3, Labor ........ 84.00 your fren linnkl tolling uf the reliilniiif Tn this case however, absence did AND UKI CITY WITH omrHouwo imu &AKI CITY 4,35 7.1S

he Islands "has not changed ma Pay Roll Dlsts. No 1, 3, 4, I I < DIM, nimrtiuittltii| | HU<..1 pri'int I FOR ALL POINT MOUTH AND WIST.Iovfftfc AfLANTA. I." 15.0S
rnlliin III lice IId Id 1 buvit chcckiM rot make the heart grow fonder: a MACON 7.15 12.90
terially", however e
in the past two Labor Tractor & Grader) 80.00 ,,,..., ,. .m4 Oohif
\\ i he wife continued to heckle him I VALDOSTA I." ....
"eeks the Navy report said. The Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. I Lv. OKEECHOBEi . 440'1.4 10:45'1oot: lIaMINGHAM '.50 '7.fo
Office of Indian Affairs announced Co.. Materials Dlst. No.4.. 358 \",,,",,.105 Iniliiolrlul Micnil. with a long series of letters eachI Ar MIAMI . I:SO PM 2:10"1.4 NIW OILiANI ".20 20.20

all of the Aleutian r" "' IIIII..n.l.. I urrntHiiMlilp I I nne filled with advice admonition > CHICAGO 1I.0S 2.0
Islands Reece .
west of
Upthegrove. Gas. fumingLv.
Tru'HiMmiinl.. I" wNilVftlni'nMhlll complaints and Criticisms Then NIW YOlK CITY 16.00 :a....
butch Harbor, as well as the Prlb- DLst No. 5 1.22: MIAMI . 10 00 AM 2:00 Alot
ilof Isi" ",.. )'nhi 11.1. s outfit was moved to France. Ar.OKEECHOlEI . 2.10PM: 1:40 AM
Islands have been classified as Charles L. Raulerson Assigned 1'01",I ) > '
"llktng <>riml5iyNaiuu I. Veling a greater safety In distance ;,
parts of total
a evacuation zone Road Time (Dlst
The office ....______.. ........__ .\6[" __ he soldier looked over a dozen or T. H. NIX Agent STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIONI
said ,
nearly 1.000 civil- No.4.... .. .. ... 1250: ,

lana hfive been removed from Charles L. Raulerson, As- Aililri'iKl"r _.. __ _____ ._____......__...... ire unanswered screeds and In a
!
I lurst of bravery worthy of a better -

these areas by the Navy and trans signed Road Time (Dlst. ..H"iil Job ___..... .....__......___ cause he sat himself down toanswer II

ferred to the American mainland.The No.4, .... ....................... 500
all at
once. ,
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first commlnique from U. S. Pine Land Co. Inc. Lumber --

headquarters of the European thea- Dial No. 3 and 5 .................. 67.17' "Dear Lettle" he wrote, "don'tsend I

ter reported six U.S. Douglas bombers H. & H. Store, Assigned Not everybody with a dollar me no more naggln' letters.I .

manned by U. S, pilots succes- Road Time Dlst. No.4........ 8.00P. .to spare un shoot a gas They don't do no good. I'm 3.000 osir syflv

fully attacked targets by daylightIn P. Burr Gas Dlst. No 4... 1.22 I hoolttraltht Iraljht-but everybody ran I miles away from home and I .
"
German-occupied the bank and want to fight this war In peace.
territory in a Okeechobee Battery & Elec. buy War Bondi
Buy your -American Legion Magazine.I' .
Joint operation with RAP bombers. Service Tires & Tubes 10" every pay day.

Two Amercan planes were reported Dlst. No.3. .... .......... 6223 -Vt V

irlsslng. The Navy said U. S. Pine Land Co., Inc., Lumber Waited money .ta watted

bombers carried out a second attack Dlst. No. 5 ........??........_...._ 11.73 lives, Don't waste yreclouHTM. Men are dying for the Four

on Japanese-held Wake Is- Ed Watford Gas Dist. 5 ........ 1.20 Every dollar yon CM Freedoms, The least we cia

land. The Navy also announced P. P. Burr Lumber Dist. No. 4 60.00 pare ihould he used to buy d* her at horn It it buy

the U. S. Aircraft Carrier Wasp Knight'. Serv. Sta., Oas & War Bands Bay your ten War BondlOI\ War

carried aerial reinforcements to the Repairs Dist. No.4............ 17.40 percent every pay dl" Bond,' every pay day.

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1 one of the most discussed pictures
ever to come out of Hollywood. ballrooms to the heaving decks of
Local Too Late To Classify Sunrise TheatreFORT Inevitably It would concentrate In sailing ships breaking up on treacherous -
Happenings I it the fruits of those years of experience Florida reefs, and to the
fly KI'" H.I. KAY I PIERCE those years of gauging accurately floor of the ocean where divers battle -
public taste and being able a giant squid.
EDITORIAL TELEPHO NUMBER 80 4,.;.+ }++;++,4 4.4 Mf, vr p Fr,+rcgr, to satisfy It. Few producer-direct V

It is rather difficult to work up SUN. MON. TUES. ors have even dared to think on Eugene Raiford, son of Mrs. SusieV
very much of a sweat In combing as grand and as spectacular a scaleas Raiford of this city, recently
Mr. and Mrs, Delton Harden are J Albert Berka and little daughter I the attic for discarded hot water JULY 19, 20, 21 this master of the film-making graduated from the Dallas Aviation
the parents of a baby girl born this Jo Ann, are expected to return bottles or baby's nipples to throw art. ...chool for Mechanics located in
week I home Sunday after spending the i I It : on the national scrap rubber pile Advance reports reaching this Dallas, Texas He is now stationedat
-0- '1 past month In New Jersey and !!|11n the face of the government's un- DE MILLE desk are that "Reap the Wild Duncan Field San Antonio,

F, M. Bradley OH Fort Pierce was ,i I other places In the north and east j!! explained policy of dilly-dally, de- Does It Wind" is DeMllle's triumph! The Texas.
I Again great screen strategist has selected
a business visitor in Okeechobee _____ ______ __ J l j. lay and buck passing in the matter
JI a really cast for this --V
Tuesday. I lOf I getting the production of "syn- > 4t ( mighty pow-
-0- thetlc" rubber under way. ': erful tale of men and women who
Gilbert Theatre i I So far red tape, politics and set- The Screen's Master of fought to keep our seas free in
Erroll 8. Wills well known attorney j TO CMECR I A
1840. In the
fish interests have blocked every Entertainment Tops All chief starring roles R
of Fort Pierce transacted legal OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM i effort to Intelligently go at this rubber of His Many Triumphs are Ray Milland Paulette Goddard \-J4
business here Monday production problem. Still seem- and John Wayne, The main featured I Ni 7DAY.
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Pl
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ingly unaware that there Is a war roles are occupied by Ray-
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McLaugh- FOR WEEK ENDING on the petroleum industry, aided I mond Massey Lynne Overman. "'
lln are the parents of a :baby girl JULY 13 and abetted by a few bullheaded' REAP I Robot Preston, Susan Hayward. tahtf '
that was born last week. I bureau chiefs, has selfishly stood in Charles Bickfcid and Walter Hamp-
I the way of real ACTION in the ii den.
Roy and John Draughn returnedto FRI. & SAT. ; production of "synthetic" rubber, THE WILDWIND HIP stoiv sweeping In its scope --v-
their homes here this week after j I It appears that the petroleum In- | and '!'iillllng in Its elements has BE WLSE -ADVERTISEI ;
1 I Hear GENE AUTREY sing : i. pl..ce that carries It
spending several days with relativesIn I dustry is still more concerned with I from the
Alabama. j i "DEEP IN TilE HEARTOF Its own welfare than anything else I ---- -
jI. TEXAS" I I -
-0- and has assumed a "public-and everybodyelsebedamned" -
I I -In- IN I
Dr. T T Coleman returned to his I| attitudeIn
home here this week after spending I|! HEART OF THE I Ii Its determination to control "synthetic" TECHNICOLORstarring I THE POCKETBOOK

a month at Tallahassee and Indian I RIO GRANDEand rubber production.
'i I America is Indebted to Fulton E. of
Springs Ga.c- I'j j I I Lewis, Jr Mutual's sar: radio newscaster Ray KNOWLEDGE ttk
MARLENE DIETRICH for his courageous exposeof
County Judge T. W. Jr, '
Conely i the facts. His careful Investigation MILLANDJohn
returned to his home here Sunday- -
OF discloses that every effort of r
after spending several days of last I] _
reputable and dependable concerns
week In Tallahassee attending to NEW ORLEANSalso WAYNE
business. I such as the Publlcker Corporationof
Philadelphia, the United States
--0- i Music In The Morgan Manner Sugar Corporation of Clewiston. Paulette
Mr. and Mrs J. A Draughn of I| Florida, and others, to really get GODDARDwith

Newton Ala, arrived here thIs; going; on rubber production, has % V/WI04/ roNVrtea NSV SPelO seas.eINNI ., > ,
week and are spending\ a short va- been effectively blocked In spite of., AND PAhtA6e5 waogxlgd
SUN. & MON. AND 4P| %(4S,CAM NOW OT A
cation with Mr. and Mrs, Roy | the fact that they have a proven RAYMOND MASSEY 'p RrSS WIwI w acNO.e ANeWI TM.a Dhrl7o 4UBB IRNxLttN
Draughn. I| CHMUIE MCCARTHYand process that Is simple In operationand ROBERT PRESTON P H" A wMp cop A wooorvi
-0- I' EDGAR BERGEN which could be put in effect' SUSAN HAYWARD ON cTNP NCLINee gY ONt HA COMPANY BirM PtVriOPfp AC A
Russell Domer who Is employed' FIBBBER McGEE and MOLLY quickly and at less cost In time LYNNE OVERMAN _- McMls OF fVINO _
at the Riddle-McKay air field at1:I Radio Artists with Lucille Ball money or material. z"u Rl'8uq'g
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Clewlston, spent the week-end herewith -InLOOK The whole trouble seems to be r
his parents. Mr, and Mrs. WHO'S that this Is an alcohol process and THIS $2.00 ROAD SHOW Iii
Victor Domer. I I I would leave the petroleum crowd BEING BROUGHT: TO FT. n

--o- LAUGHINGAlso 1 out of the picture and that justwon't PIERCE AT THE POPfL\R 3 aul.a A "1\\I1I.etiOllT IIe+t"A C'W TORDMAwy
PITINTO ANY
Mrs. Dell Baton and son of Win- : Late NewsMediterranean do. In consequnce, the army PRICES OF ocxrr ANt S"LLl
ter Haven and Mr. and Mrs E. C. Ports of Call the navy the motorists and the tax ADULTS- = ? !ORAN6ELINT1OeaMra NC* oortr'INOIkN OSSP A TNMt

Landress and daughter Lucille, of payers of America can go sit on a Matinee 40c plus War Tax OOCUPAMWOTA MOVE"' our WTTWOUT"CCWTO
I
Lake Wales, were visitors who spent tack. Night 50c plus War Tax aPU TnMRgt tnO 6
the week end In Okeechobee, the I Bureau chiefs try to Justify their CHILDREN 9c IDlI
guests of Mrs. J. P. Brantley. ;Coming Attractions : refusal to give consideration to the
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-0- alcohol process on the contention ,>
I BELLE STAR-Gene Tierney _. _.
untried ---- --- -
D. O. Correll well that It is They demand
known auditor HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY -
and accountant of Miami left Wed that pilot plants be set up to testit "REAP WILD RIND" DE MILLE
Walter Pldreon
nesday for his home after spending i| SUSPICION- -Cary Grant Joan out, then flatly refuse to permit i.I SEA EPIC, COMING TO SUNRISE
several days here at Bonner' Fishing | Fontaine the construction of such plants bY..THEATRE, FT. PIERCE, Jt'L. 19

Camp on KIssimmee river Mr. I': SANTA FE TRAIL Eroll Flynn withholding priorities They com- I ONe e0MPAN IsESPectrp
Correll Is a regular visitor here, TIN PAN ALLEY-Betty Grable plain that the process would cost i| Long and eagerly awaited byI ,,, $ soooooo'ItY 10 cPT'c
I comng up several times a year I more and say "Where" are your I I multitudes of film fans, Cecil B TNN YeAa1D S/ PMVNS Fi,,it
and ?
,. plans blueprints I DeMllle's Paramount Technicolor 'mN MFCNANC( IN A .eoN
-- They completely Ignore the fact I epic of the sea, "Reap the WildWind" i %"%" ,/ Pow AaMN TM6 'ANTI5tPTIC"lea'FIS'ODOR
11 !1\1I\ "' that the German and Russian armIes I opens Sunday. July 19th at --- IxxtCe! CAN eeW
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIillllllllllllIIIIlilllllllllllllmlmllll\l! !( \ IlIIllllII11111111IIUlllIIlllIImllllllllllllllllllllllllll! ( are both rolling In the same alcohol the Sunrise Theatre Fort Pierce. :: ns y veJDYyep5 -
i I' / F' VACIf;F..eRMeH Wik
process rubber that they con- It Is the master showman's sixty- lA ue. fr ooooTONS cf
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.. =' I -:-:.: demn. They conveniently overlook sixth production and marks the an- I I 7WfNEWKeTwsyaa.'
--------- ----- the advantage the process offers In I niversary of thirty hit-crowded _
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being able to handle the complete
I I jears "Reap the Wild Wind" Is
II i. -- manufacture from raw materIals to '
I rubber at one location as againstthe -- -- '1III'r .mnrj\\
NOTICE TO OUR necessity of transporting materials I'I'm \ \l

I long distances as Is the case ,
with the petroleum process. They
generously dish out millions of tax-
payers' dollars to petroleum inter : LET US PRINT
: ests for experimental and construc-
tion work but deny Independent organizations -
the right to do this
CUSTOMERS ; work at their ovyn. expense, I
Another thing that deserves seri- YOUR NEXT
ous consideration Is that while the
raw materials used by the alcohol
process can be reproduced in unlimIted -
quantities since they are ORDER OF
agricultural products such as grains
and sugar cane, when we divert I
r' large amounts of crude petroleumto
the manufacture of rubber we
are steadily using up the nation's

E: Due to the shortage of steel and .|= reserve replaced.supply It is which also contended can never that be i

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If the petroleum process were em- COWiLflCALrBIT !

f for tof ployed exclusively It would materially -
iron wire it is impossible us affect our production of high

-ctane gasoline which we must
have if we are to win this war in

i obtain GARMENT HANGARS. Wee. ,the sir.Tile .

I average citizen doesn't care
two hoots what they make rubber

I are asking our customers to Please ;; It out The of, just situation so long Is serious as they plenty make NG

serious. We have already wasted

- Bring Hangers when calling for = trial precious organizations months while conduct great Indus-their

I I own private war In a selfish effortto '

their clothes as we do not have sufI :; control we can the produce process.If rubber. In from I

= 5 to 8 months by one process as I'
against 18 months by another,
ficient hangers for all. = and if we can do It with the use
of less than half as much critical
material, and at the same time
I E3c avoid the long rail hauls to further -
We Guarantee Our
=:: ='t clog our transportation probe
:::: lem, and at the same time be using
== as a replacable material rather than ,
== 'I' depleting our supply of another -
''ES then In God's name, why not do it? and
I Workmanship
= The American people have been
both patient and cooperative.
They
have willingly done everything th.ey
Model -1 have been called upon to do and
Ralph's Dry
Fj !I more-but can be depended they:! are upon not to going do a lot to Prices Are Reasonable

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=1,i sit idly by and see their effort sab-
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otaged bv selfish Interests or

a Cleaners i|'bureaucratic bunglers V-



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WEEK TO PUBLISH A .COLUMN OF NEWS
EACH WEEK/ ABOUT ALL OF THE BOYS FROM

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY WHO ARE IN THE

ARMED FORCES OF THEIR COUNTRY AND WE

ARE ASKING THE FAMILIES OF THESE BOYS
TO BRING US ANY INFORMATION THEY
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RECEIVE CONCERNING THEM. .0
WE ARE GOING TO PUBLISH THE NAME

AND ADDRESS OF EVERY BOY FROM THIS

\ COUNTY TOGETHER .WITH THE BRANCH OF
SERVICE HE IS SERVING IN.

IN MAKING UP A LIST OF THIS KIND !TWILL
BE NECESSARY FOR THE FAMILIES OF
THESE BOYS TO GIVE US THIS INFORMATIONIN
ORDER THAT IT MAY BE COMPLETE. I
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