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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 28-Number 5 Okeechobee Florida
Friday 24
July 1942 Price Five Cents


HONOR ROLL OF-,I REPRESENTATIVE- IIENDRY J Dixie Cattlemen's Association -- I FIFTEEN 4-II BOYS LEFT-. .

AND:MI\MI C. :II. DEFENSE PARKEUSON SCHOOL AT Held I I YESTERDAY FOR CAMPING I NEWS ABOUT OUR 'J

MEN IN SERVICEEDITOR'S I -- 'I Second Sale Yesterday With Cattle ,j, TRIP TO-BELCIIER PLACE .
MEN IN
Representative W. J. Hendry and I j i Fifteen members of the 4-H Club SERVICE
C H. Parkerson.
local for
I manager left yesterday at noon for a camp- ,
NOTE.-We are very the Florida Power and Light Companv. Plentiful and Bringing Good Price p 1 lag trip at the Sam Belcher place
left Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Hulon Walker
anxious to have the name and address on Kissimmee River. They are In are
of each boy from Okeechobee i for Miami where they are attendIng I At the livestock sale held at the -- ---- charge of County Agent C A. Ful In receipt of a cablegram and a

County who Is In the service of his !,1 i a two day school of Instruct- r auction sales pens of the Dixie letter from their son, Enoch Walker,
lens on home defense Cattlemen's Association here The Observer fordWhile who la seeing service with
country In order that this list may work. yes- there the boys will enjoy the
be complete, If you have not already i; This school is being conducted terday afternoon several hundred I swimming fishing, shooting and United States Navy somewhere In

turned in the names of all by army officers and they are being head of fine cattle were sold to a other forms of outdoor life They the Pacific, in which he states that

of your relatives who are In the taught! the various kinds of bombs number of buyers from all sectionsof By "Bill" PageGADGETS I will return' home Saturday afternoon he is getting along fine and that he

Army, Navy or Marines, please do and what Is the proper measuresto the state. 1) receiving the letters that are be-

so at once so that our list will be i be taken In case of a bombingraid The top price paid was 9.70 fora Those making the trip were John ing written him from home. Enoch

complete: II I with special Instructions In steer offered by County AgentC. Now Is the proper time to come Whidden, J. C. Bass, Elwin Bass, I has been In the Navy more than

It j t I how to deal with Incendiary bombs I A. Fulford and was bought by'I forth with all those gadgets you J B. Woodham, Elphla Harden, five years and took a special train-

Corporal David W. Cassel Jr., I They attend school eight hoursa the Miami Packing Company. The have been making, or dreaming Chas Parkerson, Junior Conrad, ing course for assignment with the .'

son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. CasselOf day during the two days stay I top price paid for cows was $880. of making Get Billie Anderson, Bobble Paige, J I submarine forces. He was somewhere -

Okeechobee, stationed with the there. Mr Hendrj and Mr Park- Top price paid for bulls was $8.20 that old bean Domer Wilson. Jack and Donald I'I in the Pacific at the time

United States Army Air Corps at eison ",11retum\ home tonight which was paid by Miami Packing of Yours workIng s Sellers, Mike Barber, and Gene war broke out and has been there

Savannah, Ga. Enlisted from Okee ---VCounty Company for one that was oflcredb o v clime, a, and Wayne Fulford, I since. .
chobee County In September. 1940 H. G. McGoulrk of Canal Point. and make yourself V
Has Bought This Is the second sale held useful as Corporal Ray Bass, who Is sta.

Corporal Earl W. Raiford son oi since the Dixie Cattlemen's Association well M orna Home Guards Will tioned at Camp Davis, N. C. spent

Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city. Bonds took over the operation of mental. Also,j i I a short furlough, In Florida last
Stationed with the United States Many Since i these pens and showed more interest line the old] + '! week visiting relatives. He went

Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry on the part of the buyers and pants pocket t y Drill Court House to Tampa and visited his mother

Field, Tallahassee, Fla Enlisted I Their Sale StartedIt I the sellers than did the one two with f I 1 t h y I who Is spending the summer there,

In December 1941. j weeks ago. lucre 8 O'clock! and from there he came to Okee-

i: The Dixie Cattlemen's Association America Is calling. The gullible Tonight chobee where he spent Tuesdayand

Private Ernest E. Raiford, son of | is interesting to know from will hold these sales each two American public was never Tuesday night here with Miss

Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city, only partial reports at hand that weeks and from the Increase In riper or more ready to be plucked General Blanding, head of the I Alice Bass. He left Wednesday for

stationed with the 14th Repair from May 1, 1941 to May 1, 1942 numbers of cattle offered and the than they are today Be an In- Civil Defense for the State of Flor- Clewlston where he spent one day

Squadron, United States Army over $62.280,558 worth of War Savings number of buyers that were on \entor. Make Edison. Marconi, ida, has ordered a Civil Defense and night before returning to camp.

Air Corps, Duncan Field San Antonio I Bonds and Stamps have been hand these sales will\ get better as Fulton and the rest of the bright p Unit formed in Okeechobee of While Ray did not Join the army

Texas. Enlisted December j purchased In Florida, which is in I they go on. All stock owners who minds In the Inventive world appear which D. B. McCarthy will be the I from chobee here he was raised In Okee-

1941. excess," of $1.197,703 per week for the i I have something to sell are requested as only shadows of what I and we are carrying him

I 12 month period This Is certainly to get In touch with F. you C.be In this much troubM commander Mr. I' on our list of Okeechobee boys who
I McCarthy says that while
Private First Class John H. Wal- a real I record. W. Williamson of the Dixie Cattle world I the title of the organization will be are forces now serving with the armed

ker, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.1 i But beginning In July our quotasIn men's Association as the next sale How' comeSimple! Be an I known as the Civil Defense Unit )' .

Walker, Jr., mechanic In ground I the War Bond sales of the coun- will be held here on Thursday Aug- Inventor Invent a gadget de. It Is merely the Home Guards and I Iwill
crew In United States Army Air try are One Billion Dollars a month' ust 6.Florida. Iirnod' to save gas on a flivver. I Word comes from Private James
be drilled and trained! local
.. .._.. .._ by V .' .uu Couaart wh enlist d i
Corps stationed somewhere in Australia. and! our Florida quota Is 9842000. -- utriii a ii'Miiiii-Kry I designed 10 to
people altogether.
| ir'm- i'f h s'e; ::
Enlisted in Army in Oct. Okeechobee county's quota for JulyIs s.i\: iras on a Packard. Inventa Lieutenant Garland wl1be\ In in April that

ober 1940. $5.700. We have done a wonderful Farmers To what-you-may-call-It to save actual command of the drilling with i ihe has completed his training Ini
froml feel l on anything that i the Medcal Corps at Camp Grant,
Job the very first and as uses gasoline Sergeant Dan McCarthy as secondIn
Sergeant Carl Stello. son of Mr. I we all know hold the National reccid I Watch Bill That Is I I for fuel and you will be command. Sergeant McCarthy i 111. and has been transferred to

and Mrs. K. E Stello of Okeecho- ; for July, for being first to go selling pretty What matters If has had two years In the ROTC at :Camp McCoy. Miss., wheve he Is

bee, United States Army Air Corps. over the top. Listed below Is our It corks or not. I will take a the University of Forlda. I I attached to the hospital detach-

Geiger Field Spokane Wash. Enlisted standing for each month starting I Flow Before Senate chance. Tom, Dirk and Harry The organization will be held at i ment. .

in Army in January 1942. May 1, 1941. v\\\\! take a chance And If It the court house In Okeechobee at I

May 1941 $ 550.00 doesn't work the next fl'lIow1111 8 o'clock tonight and all Boy I H. H. (Sparky) Osteen writes hi*

Corporal K. R. Anderson, son June 1941 27500 1 I Clewlston, ; July 22.-Progress sell us another design that he Scouts as well as the men are I sister here that he Is stationed at

of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove July 1941. ... 300.00 I|''oC the Gillette bill up for consideration ruarantpfs will make up many urged to 'be on hand for the first i Foster Field, Texas, where he Is In
Beach, Motor Transport Division i August 1941 775.00 '' before the Senate this week times over, for the disappoint- drill. ) the Army Air Corps. He Is being

: United States Marines, stationed September 1941 47500 tas beIng folowed anxiously by merits we had In the last venture. V I trained in bombing and navigation.

s at Georgetown, British Oulena..1 October 1941 .. 55000 | Florida farmers who would be glvjy Anything that looks odd and Is "Sparky" is another boy who went

-, .-j,r tv.littert r In.....p> ...,Marina' _Poroa, ? toy ...No Nxusmbcr ,194U ,,,-, : ._.3 !P OQ I I : > JlLSBarjlUaity! \ under\ the.'. 4J1L "to I easily adjusted, (without the extra Brief. .Summary ,Of to the Army from another county
September 1937. December 1941. 2.92500 Aid in the nation's synthetic rub- | expense ekilled'labot);""WIII I but because he was raised In Ok s- rehobee -

January 1942. 3.850.00 | 'Vr" program. '' make you a fortune Some little and attended school here

r Sergeant Purmel Hargraves, son February 1942 2.85000 i The Gillette bill which has the device to be attached to the carburetor Tax Situation Is I we are carrying him on our list as

of County Supervisor of Registra- March 1942 3700.00 unanimous approval of the senate is always a good seller an Okeechobee boy.

tldr. and Mrs Hargraves of this !' April 1942 4,70000 I ngrlcultural committee would setup Small but nifty. Packed In a Issued From Talla.Total .. .

city United States Army Air I May 1942 4.75000 ) a separate federal agency to pretty box and furnished with Sergeant Lawrence Arrington left

Corps, Spence Field. Moultrle. Ga ,, June 1942 7,450.00 'I iToduc synthetic rubber from farm Infallible instructions. Or a fan Wednesday for camp at Fort Jackson -

Enlisted December 2. 1942. Promoted nnd forest products. The com- lo be attached to the south end all | S. C. after spending a ten day
assessed valuation of
to rank of sergeant July 1st. Total .. $33.4'iOOO mlttee's report presented to the of the car's exhaust pipe, (when furlough here with his father, C.1C .
II the car Is traveling north), that real estate tangible personal prop"rtv. I .
Our July sales up until Thursday >enate Monday, pointed out that and railroad and telegraph Arrington. Sergeant Arrington
Private Elzle Godwin son of W. lends to throw the fumes back i the
morning total $10,37500 which ""ighums and sweet potatoes pro- | says Army is training their
E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, I', lives Okeechobee county a total of vide best sources of alcohol used in Into the motor to be used over property of Okeechobee county was I men in all phases of warfare in-
$2.573,352 for the 1941.42 tax 'ear.accordlnll' I
with the Infantry stationed at 13.825.00 to date. synthetic rubber manufacture. The and over again sounds like quitean to records of Comptrol- eluding the various tactics used In
Camp PIckett, Va. Entered servlct committee recommended that the Idea. Quite i desert fighting. Sergeant Arring-
I I am well assured of
j our August her J. M. Lee at Tallahassee.In I I '
in June 1942, federal And there are countless numbers I ton says he likes the life
I quota which will be the same as (government encourage pro contrast to $655,802 for 1940-41. army
of other devices to be
|I of July! But for us to continue duction of these crops in the south yet the passing year was marked by fine.
Private Julian Hodges son of brought to light, that will make '
and dry grains In the north and
;I meeting our quotas each month It an Increase of 319 per cent In total I
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- your fortune, and assure you ofa
west. Word
| will be necessary for all of us to assessment as Indicated In an analysis !I has oeen'received by the
town United States Army Engineer little cottage by a babbling
I arrange to buy our bonds at home. Everglades farmers have long prepared by the Florida State B. K. Padgett family that their
*, Fort Belvolr. Va. Entered ser brook in the autumn of your successful I I
We must buy our bonds at our lo- been awaiting Washington approval Planning Board for a meeting of son; Rennls has completed his
vice In April 1942, I cal for the project under which they career. But who am I to ,. training for Signal
postofflce for Okeechobee coun- roumv officials with Governor : Corps work at
tell all these things to the
ty to receive the credit for the have offered to grow crops that public. Spessard L. Holland and Comptroller :'i, Fort Monmouth, N. J., and has
Private Smiley Waldron, son of would about cent of I have designs of my own. been
supply 10 transferred
j money we are Investing in Amer- per Lee. !' to Key Field, Mer-
Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of ica. the nation's synthetic rubber needs. In just a few .weeks most carswill Before tax laws enacted by the itdian, Miss. At the time Rennls

Okeechobee, with the Infantry stationed For those who have bought their The project originated by the U. be equipped with so many 1941 legislature became effective a entered service the first of this

at Camp Plckett Va. Entered I quota In "E" Bonds for the year I S. Sugar Corp., calls for the plant- gas savers the driver will haveto few counties based assessments on year he was placed in radio and

service In June. 1942.. i advise you to buy your additional ing of 100000 acres of sugar cane, stop every five or six miles to only 25 per cent of actual value, signal training and after he com-
draw the
bonds through a Federal Reserve sweet potatoes and peanuts, half extra gasoline from while others ranged on up to ai i pleted his training he was transferred .
Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex his tank AND-That Is where
Bank This Is the only method ofi the acreage to be supplied by the round 65 per cent. Under the new to the camp where he is
Anderson, son of Mrs Lizzie Anderson ( I come In I am going to Inventan
sugar company and half by Independent assessments'Is now stationed. Rennis home
I i purchase whereby Okeechobee coun- laws, the goal for all was
of Frostproof, and brotherof extra foot pedal whereby the
I I tv will receive credit for such pur- 'Glades farmers 100 per cent, and, total valuation'' several weeks ago and spent a
Alva Anderson of UpthegroveBeach car driver can release the additional -
has offered to lease the week with his
chases. If you buy bonds throughthis Bitting already has come up from $526,108- parents
stationed with the United accumulated withoutthe .
Florida.I plan please inform PostmasterTom land for processing plants and operate gas 837 to 2,126,823,848, an Increase of
States Navy at Key West them at cost and without necessity of stopping In traf Mrs. Crela
Pitts or myself and we will 304 per cent. However, a general Sanderfur received a
Entered service. in. .May 1942. 'I see that the credit stays In Okee- profit for the war period. The $75- : fic. Sounds good, doesn't It. But lowering of millages resulted in a letter from her son, R. L. Sander-
get Inventors.
I chobee county. 000.000 project would mean creation busy Time's a'- statewide tax Increase of only 2.3 fur, Jr., last week In which he
Granvllle N. Wilson, son of Mr. | wasting
I Are you a member of the "10 of a new agro-Industrial economy'' 1 per cent. I stated that he was taking a coursein
and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeechobee I Well, be a seeing you
for the Everglades, with employ- airplane mechanics at the
Percent Club"? Do you have your' General county purposes and Naval
second class In United '
Seaman sticker and buttons for all your ment of 20,000 heads of families OBIE road and bridge district malntenance I Air Station at Opaloka and

States Navy Entered aboard service U. S. S.In North Dec- family? If ten percent of your Income :, and erection of a dozen industrial TRAINEE V and debt service millages levied had now attained the rating of
AIR-TRAFFIC
Carolina. goes Into War Bonds you are processing plants. I! against Okeechobee county's Machinists Mate 3rd class. He

ember 1941. I I I eligible.W. Indications are that Florida can CONTROLLERS NEEDED total valuation represented a tax states in his letter that he Is getting -

of R. PAGE Chairman, j how sufficient potential capacity I assessment of $35.631 In 1941-42, or along fine and likes the Navy
Corporal Jessie D. Wilson, son The U. S. Civil Service Commis-
Okeechobee War Savings for producton of sorghums Including 12 2 per cent over the $31,740 assessed very much.
and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee I sion announced that its district
Mr. today Generalschool _ _11. _
CommitteeFRUIT sugar cane and sweet potatoes, the previous year. --
chobee, stationed at Moore Field, offices would recruit airway
I V to Insure location of one of the I and school district levies Mrs. Claudie Sutton received aI
Mission, Texas. Entered service In end airport traffic controllers at
1942. I JUKE TO TAKE PLACEOF synthetic rubber supply plants, the trainee amounted to $27,490 In 1941-42, or I letter from her son Virgil last week
February grade, paying $1800 a
I RATIONED SOFT DRINKS which the government would build, year. Applications be filed 31.9 per cent over the -20,827 of In which he says he Is getting along
may
In the state. would be planted 194041. Totals of county commis- fine and likes
Crops army life.-He, !is stationed
Private First Class Edgar J. Wll-]t I until further notice at district of- !
Lakeland July 20 (FNS) With In the coming fall months and sion and school assessments were somewhere In the Pacific
son! san of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson flees In New York, Atlanta, Chicago, i it '
of Okeechobee, United States limitation being placed on soft reach maturity by next spring. ;I ? Louis, New Orleans, Seattle and $83,121 for this past year and $52- and has been there since soon

Marine Corps stationed somewhere I drinks, the Florida Ctrus Commls- ,I Florida's winter growing season, it I San Francisco. Citizens, 20 to 331 687 for the previous; year, a gain of after war was declared It Is very

In the Pacific. Enlisted more than son sees an opportunity to promote i was pointed out, would provide years, with general experience In ;I 20 per cent. likely that he U stationed In Aus-

two years: ajo. the sale of fruit drinks in theirs means for maturing crops by the the field of air-traffic control may While values of real estate In tralia as he says in his letter thatIs

*ead. time the factories could be built apply. if they posses a current | this county were raised from $359- a pretty country where he Is.

Hospital Apprentice First Class Many drink stands and fountains and equipped.Mrs. pilot's certificate showing they are'' 505 In 1940-41 to $1.308.060 In 1941- f V

Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr. and 'I.I I throughout the state are unable to V physically qualified for commercial 42, or 263 per cent, the amount of CHURCH CHRIST, SCIENTIST

Mrs E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, |(i secure a sufficient quantity of soft Marlon Yearwood Hart of pilot rating. Applicatons for higher county general road and bridge, I(I

Medical Corps, United States Naval drinks such as Coca Cola, orange Okeechobee has completed the first grades of air-traffic controllerwill and school taxes assessed against "Truth" is the subject of the

Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla, Entered I crush and others, and the commis- session of the Florida Southern \ no longer be accepted. I real estate went up from$26,862, lesson-sermon which will be read

the Navy In June 1941. I sion urges that merchants Invite College 1942 summer term It was j:I, Full Information as to requirements to $37,918, a gain of 41.1 per cent. In Churches of Christ, Scientist,

!i them to try a glass of delicious or- learned from Registrar Kathryn'' and application forms, may Statewide, realty values advanced throughout the world on Sunday,

Private First Class Howard Ren-i ange or grapefruit Juice Instead. MAfee this week. Final examina- be obtained from the Secretary of 298 per cent, but taxes assessed July 28.
Most people will accept the suggestion tions were held on Friday and the the Board of U S. Civil Service Examiners rose less than one third of one percent
nis Padgett, con of Mr. and Mrs I The Golden Text is : "The wordof
particularly when Ita\ second session's work began on Saturday at first .
second class
of Okeechobee, stationed or God 1s and and
B. K. Padgett out quick powerful,
that
pointed such drinks not .
of post offices or from the U. S. Civil Tangible personal property val
with the Signal Corps sharper than any twoedged sword,,
only quench thirst but offer added -T' -
Service Commission. ues were raised from $49.680 to
the United States Army at Key health value. piercing even to the dividing asun-
ade with much success. Okeechobee county, or
V in
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Field, Merrldlan. Miss\ Entered 22 -- $636,750 der of soul and spirit, and of the
Of leading fountains and out- While most concerns were depend- Mr. and Mrs. W. A Moore spent up 1181.7 per cent and taxes assessed -
service in January 1942. lets joints and marrow; and Is a dls-
checked by the commissionthis fresh fruit, some were doIng Tuesday and this of
ing on Wednesday In Se- against type prop cerner of the thoughts and Intents:
past week In Lakeland, Tampa a brisk business serving canned bring where they carried their son erty moved from $4,408 to $15,491.
R.: L. Sanderfur. Jr., son of Mrs and Orlondo, all were found to be juice and others will turn to the Billie to have his tonsils removed. a gain of 251.3 per cent. Statewide 01 the heart" Hebrews. 4:1J: .,

Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee serving fresh oranges and grapefruit canned product as the supply of They brought him home Wednes- tangible personal values went up i i: V-

(Continued on page ?) and some were featuring lime- fresh fruit diminishes. day afternoon
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extraordinary Industrial development DOMER; WILSON PROVES ACQUIRE AliI"", 11)42. which la the 'rd day of 1 IVlili-h ni't'llcntliin will lie Inncil'

(Dheccljuhce Ctu5Publis'hed ;I that took place during thu TIlE VALVE OF 4-II CLUB \iiinixt' thli 1042.lluliil lt dny of July. 1042 III npon mild, Ihn Court.j-t Stunt for cilia nuw on flln I

20s. Then came the depression TRAINING: FOR BOYS I Roy R RAULERSON Dtili-il .1 ii iii, 1 Il. A. I). 11142)

and banking was confronted with i LAW Clerk Okeecbobe Circuit County Court of Florlila. I _.. KT.NA 1'. SIMMONS." Uuiinllan

an economic situation unprecedented (By C. A. Fulford) (Circuit Court Ki-al 4$.02 i.v TIlE rntcriT coruT ov THIS
Every Friday by the in world history.In I NINTH I Jl'DICIAL CIKCU1T IN
Okeechobe News Co., at Okeechobee. The Okeechobee 4-H Club boys NIGHTS NOTICE OF APPLICATION AXD .'011 OKEBCHOBEK COUNTY
this the greatest and most FOR TAX DEED ,.'1.111! lIlA IN CHAXf'ERY.CONSOI,1HATKI .
Okeechobes County Florida. are enjoying a three day campingtrip laws of 1035 I > NAVAL STORES
far.reaching of all wars bankinghas this week beginning Thursday Xoll-i.I. ttvrobv given that Alice COMPANY, a Florida corporation.-.
again met the test. Each new and lasting through Saturday I ATIJOME Sloan fiulili-r of Tax Ortlncatei No. rialnlllT, va. F. M. WACI1UB. et .l.Difindnnta l.
morning IT anil :21. IMIII-I, the
I 11th ilny of July,
BRYANT BOWDEN .......... Editor. development and they have come I II i \ 11. IICMI: : and Tax Certificate No. I Tr.TI TO AITKtK
with astonishing rapidity-has been I These 4-H boys are their'I 30, limned. the lit day of NovHiilier, TO KFE.sn\XT8.: HALPII

I met. Never did ,banking performso I share In the war effort doing In producing ;I THOUSANDS of men today. who A my I)office. 11)37; him hna mode tiled application aame In You WACIIOB and each and of llfOII you are WACIIOB advlacd' :

Entered second class matter many essential services-or per- cattle. hogs and poultry. All never Intend to practice before rur a Tax: Hwil to Im IIIIIIM that a bill of complaint has been
as I form them and efficiently. law. thproon. Bet,! Certificate embrace the ,tit... ngnlnat you In the above en
July 1, 1914 at the Post Office In 1 1Okeechobee. so quietly the boys are doing a fine job. And he bar are studying following deacrlhed property In the Illlod cnnae In the office of the Clerk
Florida under the It Is simply living up to its I how do they do It? I will de- i They retllze that the lawtrainedman County of Okeechobee State of FlorIda of the \ Circuit Court uf Okeechohe
to'witI.nt I Cniintv. Florida. at Okecchohee, Flor-
traditions.The
law train-
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I scribe one case for your information I Is a leader-that 24. Rcc 30. Twp 35, II lie. ida, win-n-ln and whereby the plain-
I I I and consideration. Domer Ing makes keen, clear, quick. cor- 33. 20 nrron ; and till la endoavorhiK'. to quiet the tlllongalnnt
,
I i rect thinking-that there Is a real Iita t133:7: Anti 81, Sec 19 T\\ p. you and each of yon to tbe
edu- Wilson of Mr. and Mrs. E. :
standards of medical son I SI. HBe. acren. follonlnit iloniTlhi'il land. l)'lnit and
RATE I cation in this country today are I J. Wilson wanted ,to get into club reason why legally-trained men The aiacaament of saltS property andor liolnB III Oki-fchohec County, Florida,
.
mid Ccrtmcate! limed lolt
was In the :
greatest
One year In advance ............... $2.00 undoubtedly superior to those foundin work just as four of his older 1 lead; many of America's nnmi-s of |ir, M II. Oro"... J. I \\14..f HWy and 8W'4 of
corporations. S Lngnnni'i-ki-r. and K. .'. Church. NW'i of I Section :.11. In Townxhlp
other In the world brothers had done. Domer wanteda :
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 I any country I 11I.aa saul (','rttlient," Bhnll hir.- :30 South,, Hang :,10 Eaat Okve-
Three months In advance ........ .'75Advertising : said the president of the American cow for his project. But cows 'I i PRACTICAL Law Through di-enied According to law property de- I i-hulipp County, Florida.Thla .
Medical Association recently "The cost money now-a-days and Domer icrlhed, therein shall be sold to the la therefore to command you
I I Home Study highest bidder at the Conrthoute door and! each of you to file your written'
method of producton of more physicians I was short on c a s dreadfully I Oil the first Monday In the month of iippearnncito aald. Mil of complaint

bills are payable on and of maintaining present short-only had five or six dollars. The horn" ** Htnilj' Law training offiredli.v AngiiHt 11142.'hh'h la the 3rd! ilur oruleu.I. with the rii-rk of the above atyled
I I I.HSniii> him i-rovon Itm-lf iiractli-al" I \, 1(142( iii'irt nt hU office In the Court Ilnnna
the first of each month. Partiesunknown medical standards Is one which demands Well. Domer bought a fifty dollar anil Milimlilc) far lii->oinl thu time uml linti'd thin h. duv" of .Tiilv. 11)4'. nt OkiM-chnhee, Ok ,,'hoht'e County,

to publishers required to untiring scrunlty and shouldnot yearling last November made his inoni'V f-iiHt, KOY K. RAt'l.ERSOX Flnrliln.: on h hf'II: day I of AiiRuat.' A.
I In ri-rlnln t liiTinltli-il, ulnti'l evtryenr I Clerk Circuit Court of H 191.: :nnd: .1I In licfHult thereof a
pay In advance. be decided in a hurried manner first payment of six dollars and ,\' I.n Miii I.'.iralniMl uu' 'n |uma linr ex- Okewhnliee) County Florida. ili-pree pro confenao will be entered
under pressure of emergency. promised to pay five dollars per I aitit ititti.,. nlth high honor*. 1 Circuit Court 11.111)!) 491 iiitiiliml \iiii nnd each of you and the
month If he could earn that much lint ninny, ninny more nii-n, I taki- liliilnllfT, I nllimod to proceed. ox pnrte. .
heir l.iiSiillc Inw In NOTICE IT HEREBY OKDEREIi that
"Basic principles in medical education I IrulnltiK to like I H
Reading notices In local columns until the balance of forty-four IniHliii-HM, ,nml, I llml II II '(II'k..r., minrki Okopchobw County. Florldi, thin, notice lie pnhllihcd once each
must not be Jettisoned; dOI-j '>' In .,,11'...-.. II tot 1 10'11,10'1'.1011"-10| tinavoliliinii ,IIIII11.. V)42.NOTICE wi-i-k for four ((4) conai-ciitlve weeka
I lars paid.
10 cents a line Rates for display they may be held n abeyance but was nf )pllfuIlM mill I hiiilrklnu I lit IIKHEBY GIVEN That 'In The Okoocholiee ;Sw. n np 'apaperol

_ advertising furnished on application the enormous damage which becomes Do you believe a boy Is of Ilii- nunmill n-rtiilii, path* nf purannnt, to Bnctlon 0 of Chapter 1S29: t Komrnl, i-lrcnliillon, piilillaln", In
I believe will I I'. Lawn of Florida Aeta 1917.: known Okeoi-holipc, dkefcholiiM' County. Flnr-
worthy? Do a boy aa
Classified advertising 2 cents I unavoidable in the wake of you A "MOST; UNUSUAL Law library the MfHPIIY ACT the following decrlhnd tiln. prior tn the return diite hereof.
ach word per Insertion All Items' I seek employment earn money and I I land In Okeechohee I I.V WIT r:>\VIIEHKOF I have
war may be mitigated by every endeavor I Tb 1011.1. of l.nSnlle! law Inatrnrtlonla County. ,
regarding enterprises conducted for pay his obligations? That is exactly I la n fiinrli'i'iioluini llhrnrr <'''-omillei Florida will he onVred for sale nt i hen until .it tin' h ii ml and official seal
to maintain as high a levelof 1 II public for ttlt.t7ttu, iliu of .111I,,'. A. n 1942.
li'inlim nml nnthnrllliaThin outcry the hlghext and beltpa
did. I by 'profi-miur
what Domer Wilson He
I HOY K IIACl.F.HSOS."I.rk ,
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng I both practice and education as'' I Illirnrv liilchl well! hi- .-,,11"01- ah Mil. anbji'ct to the right of the
-if Circuit Court Okeecbnhe
ra teg. bought the yearlng-he paid for I "Law !$Slinilllli'il I ii n'i l Conili-nm-ir.' 1 Tnnlwo' of the Internal Improvement *
Is humanly possible. I it. He now has cow and yearling I I II I-IIUIM th,' hnlp Inmli "..1,1 of law Fluid to rejwt any and all bl..., at I rinntFlorida.
a
-- -- The tremendous demand for I 1111 mi, nnli-rh', cliiHiillli'il, nml stilt |,il' the Court Hniiap, nt 10 A.M. on the llc..1)) .
physicians -- ---
I worth seventy-five dollars of any ,"nnl'n I IIInll.hl, | II' arhonlM, tin* : 211th dnof i A Itrttat. I'HJ Kiim-iniMit: furrnnil 1---------
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG made by the military forces : body's money and that is not all. I LnSnlli-, I.tin' .Lllirnrt In n n-fi-rrm-e rl..ht.of'I\'IIY 200 feet wide will
has caused the suggestion that the \\ttrk ri-vnliii-h, ,, nwil, hy etnili'iita, In he reavrred, from any parcel through 1i
"I pli-tlge allegiance to the Flag Domer reports that the Wilson one ot the loaillnic tit' hooln. fmirli.ii which there la an exiting State Hoad.Hilf i YOUR TIRES
of the United States of Americaand I educational requirements of our I family has had milk and butter ..'I| 'I of l.aSiilli-'n I.nw Uhrnrvnri .NK for of :0.\\,1 i, tot !s\VU.
medical schools be relaxed. so that ni tin- Htinli-ni, illHpninil anil con- runV 31.1 ft. 8 4vi ft, I: 31.1 ft,
to the Republic for which It three times a day for the past seven MlllllllV, IIHI'll., X: 4MI, ft. HPP. 11 Twp 34, Kgp I I
stands: One nation Indivisible, doctors may be produced In a shorter I months. !Sniili| | >iiii, period of time, If that suggestion I I.., tii', ,-. mil,? IM'"i-Miinil, liiHtrnctlon of
with liberty and Justice for all." I Two gallons of good creamy milk tinIi I i1t'st trniilinil, ","h'r a dirlnlte.cliiir Hi-it !SR C' 'r nf SK'4: nf !$\\' ,,
was widely followed followed, I iiiini Invohlnif, "',,"11011111, use of run, X 24. ft. W (JIM. ft. s 242 ft.
.. -- one result would be inevitable : a day Is worth money In anyone'sdaily the I'mlili'tn Milhoillnn- soil trill l K: Will) It !Si'11, Tw p. 34 BgeHI (iiI tn ) uiir, tin al Itatlonlnff Hoard
I diet. In In"' I li.i" ,ili'iilliiKllh ",,'111111 prnh : II "'.r.... and ..r u re n ,pprtlflrnt. Then hayS
"The banker" writes Albert W. a definite decline In the quality of h'o-I"rll" )h>' ilolnir t lie II'O.k-lIllt bvinetnorlxliiK Trustees of the Internal oi.r fI... "apped, by Hnmnhrlr* .t
I medical service given the American At twenty cents a gallon (and rnh-a. Improvement Fund of the Fort 1'1..... H firm with right y*....
Atwood, "has a way of going along I can't buy milk for twenty 1'" lift tin- 11'1,1, l<' .|MIV, \iii nin' .t !Stole of Florida, nl''OC'' the h..I 01 .'lIlpm.nt -
with new developments of meeting people. The time required for you Invi'MtlvutAnil) the miinon lii'low H)' Roy It. Unnlpraon, ,I Agent Trimteet and' a rpinittttlon for ftnimre ,1 tpnhIn_,
I graduation from an accredited cents this little cow has produced In Hi' ,' IIIH\. 11'11)' ,to start that. I. I. Fund, Okeeihobee County v ho ttn1ii'nUitOiiirl\I \ 'tn itN hflihid er
new situations no matter how many hulls tley "..11.
.
Kl.irliln.NOTIIK cry
dollars worth of milk
there are or how fast they come" school of medicine, coupled with eighty-four LASALLE EXTENSION .% luritc stink of nil .lv.. rubber
the hard continuous application for the Wilson family. Not a bad : M'lI.KTKIN Hilt now nil lintnl anil ran ch* prompt
whole of American
The .
history students is best trade Domer. Just keep on keep- UNIVERSITYA IK\\K: TO "'..1.1.II"'K'I I.\? JI m .. .. if *nit tmt p H tin* n Ith Mrut
is Illustration of required of our or hrtMik hrlnr to tin for In
banking one long ,,
I III hurt nf t'inint.v .1 11,1 ICe. Stntc' of
Ing on and you will surely succeed. Institution ntfHthui. ('liiini'r* lire WC '"I 0 iii.
that fact. In the early days. bank- guarantee of adequate service. Correspondence I'lnrlilii. fl1'.holo..o ( 011 lit.I .\'. | ( )
rant,,* the tire and mtika It Kit'*
I In re I'niuli' of ('oiiilislinniana! ,, ,
Ing dealt with the Immense problems I Before we lower these standardsIn What Is said of Domer may be Hi-lit. II UI ('HIC \(.D. II.... minor, I silt'"fiitr.. .PI .i'p.

connected with developing a degree every effort should said of the other boys. The other N..t Ii',' l to '1)ir il>>' Kl""i'D to nil nhniii C ('ItO.,. tllIp i1 f h. 111..1 new
any It iiuiv "-,,",-.'rll. thttttiui, I', Simmonfl I tire stink* nn the t..-( ton-t, ('nil
raw continent Into a unified self- be made to maintain them, no matter boys however. were more fortunate I niniM,. like In luivo full I forum- DM ginirilliin of Connii* IIIII", ""'. U. nhpn you" nortl a tirr (pilrkly.pairing. .
sustaining nation. Banking was an I how difficult the problem. Retired and did not have to purchase a tli"i iiliiiiiiiinr' liiw triilnlnK. tup'thprwllli iiiini". will on tin-, 'mli duv of. Jill>', I (',.lnplete 11I.\1'1. ,..,,,..Im.ot ,..
Installment t-oi\ of "'.IIW TriilnlnK for Li-ntl .\. I H I'HJ.! niih,| | to I the Ilonornlili pHlntlnv part and (lane
the
start plan.
intrinsic part of the pioneer effort. doctors are coming back Into on t-mhlp." all without nhlliiatlon T.V. Coni'ly. Jr.. Connl.v JinlKc, Innml I stock of new and used hlr>"i'lt><* now

Banking, no less than the explorer I practice; all doctors are working Every boy between the age of ten Law Degree of LL.Ii. lor milil (Ciiiint. lit hU ..tll,', Iniikwiholne on hand.

and the adventurer was vital to harder and patients themselves and twenty-one years should belong Other I.H Suite, Opportnnltli-i : I .'.I.k n. in In" or i lid in County noon thereafter, at 10n "YI1I'n m'! l\EW! AVII.L BEA1'PItECIATED"

the wlnnliig of the West. can help solve the problem by refraining I to the 4-H Club. If your boy is If ninri* Inti-ri-Hti-d III one of the iin tinmanor I-IHI he hoard, for niltlnirlt -
1111,1.] I itil Ieiiti'l 1'ln'h'k aud mail > to m-11, nt 'tttIic' or private
In the first World War. bankingwas I from wasting the physician's not carrying on an agricultural now. ."It., II..- It'll.rout of mild. minor follow HUMPHRIESTIRE

again confronted with a new I time This question involves j I Rroject, why pot? If tyour boy Inn ili-icrlln-il, ronl i-Ktiile, In I, midConliiy.

set of problems-and those problems the health of the Americans of tomorrow wants to go camping next week let nmtlnem IniluHtritUMiiniiKrmrnt ManmcenielitMuiltrn "l.'ita. tolt 7 unil: !s of It' 'i-k 13 lilvirnidi & RETREADINGCO.

were solved. After the war. I no less than those of today ', him go. He will be a better boy .. HnnlnennnliftnmnNlilp 'ut'k uililltlon I lo the ritv of .
Co..o.l.n.,1
banking was the backbone of the I when he gets back home. huh.. ('.i'..\. ('0.1,10."lIu"Io.o. nil.I okierholiiiKorldii..1, ,ri-i- oil In tin-na ofliiiii per pint
.\<- .) Ituttlneiifl l-nRllili: Cli-ik, oi I'i roll Conit, nf Okwclioliii > rhone 110: South Illxle lllghwij;
-- Truffle NtinotypyMiimtirempnt 1 I '"tltltit Klorliln, III I'liil' I FORT PIERCE, FLA.
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FOB TAX HEED
I.ttW. of 1D39Nntlii ,
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OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, WILL BE OPEN HiivlM hulili-r, of 'r.. ('ertItI'tte. Xu: -
I'll.. Ismii-il' the nth ilnv .f July AI .
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IN THIS OFFICEON mid 3U7. liiiieil I Ihn oth ilny of Sepliinhi ,
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:NII. 2II1H, 2(117. 'O IJM:I. SHS4.' 20.11, 2D-JS. '
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THE FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST 1942 .
'li.l-;\ L'll.'lli.: ''IMII. 204. 2013 anil ,1.'l to
::1'111' l Inf. |1..11.,1| lhe inl ilnv of SipiPinhiT AIR
A, H VI2S! ; T.. Ci'rtlflete.
WHICH ISAugust :\n 1:1-11: to Itt: IU Stir I'-2iil'l.! \ 21>-11. 2H4.nil .'
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teett'uI, ,I the 71 h ,ilin' of .5. ircest!. A, I'
1942 StIll: : linn tlli'il html III nil ->f-
tire:: bin mnile application for Tai Low Fares
I Veil, III lie Imipil, thereon. Said Cer-
I lllli-nti-K i-inlir,,,'"' th.. fnlliiulnv illcrlheil '

property, $tnt of In Florida the< County, to-wlt :ofOkorhnbM Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

AND CLOSE SATURDAY Iota 1, 2. 7. x. 1) 11 sin! 1..
and the North.
Illk. 1 : l.iit ". Hlk. 2 : Lot 6 to
<> I lii".. Hlk 3. I lull 1 tn 4 Inr.. unit
II tn I tie.. Hlk .1.: I.ot It" 4 Northbound
I I'"'.. nml 7. Hlk. n\ : l.nti 5. 9 10 L..OKEECHOBE& 540 AIoA 2:10: PM
'I iml 1 II.I Hilt II. I...," I to A Im,.. AI. TAMPA . 10'10 AM .55 PM Costs Less than Drivin"AI.
October 10 !II nml 10. Hlk 7. Lulu' 2 In 1mIllli AI. LAKELAND "-It AM 550 PM
s : I..,.. 2 t" .1 I in'. .. Blk. l II. ORLANDO IUO AM 745 PM Ou lI.vR"
I I.,!* 2 t" 4 tup. anil n, Hlk. 10-: JACKSONVILLE Ill PM 11'45 PM Wey Trip'
Lull I tn 1. IMIBlk.. 11 : "'HI AI. TALLAHASSEE 445 PM 12 55 AMAt.
full' ) 1 tu I Inn. fl t", It Inc.. Hlk. LAKE CITY 2.25:; '1004., AM MIAMI S 2.10 5 3.5)JACKSONYILLI >>
1942 12. till lii'lim l 1-nrt nf llnllroiiil, AdHIlull. 4.40 7.95
it milulUlKliin ..fVM! ii( b. OKEECHOBEI . 4'4(1'1004 104S'M TAMPA' 2.30 415Ar.
VK.II: "f Si>"", uf Sue. fS Twp. 37. JACKSONVILLE . 1.45 AM '::15 AM LAKILAND 1.90 S.45
1111">, 33.: ORLANDO 2.50 4.51>>
I ill* 1 tn 11 lute, Blk. 1 : Lota DIRECT CONNECTION' AT JACESONVILU TAUA TALLAI4ASSII 5.65 10.211
I to 11 Inc.. Blk. :2 : I.iitn 1 to 10 HASSII AND LAKE CITY WITH ORnHOUND LINn LAKE CITY 4.35 7,55oa
I liuHlk n. I,nU 1 tu H h'... a tn AU POINTS NORTH AND WfSr. ATLANTA. '.35 IS.D5
Tne Office Hours will be from 10 Inc. II k. 4. nil MIIB rnrt of I MACON 7.1S 12.90
HrnnklMi Turk a unhilivlslon of '.'o.'bovncl-, VALDOSTA 5,35 9.65
I NWH 'nt:1.: i of XH'4 of Si-c, ,. b. OKEECHOBEE . 44(1'''' 10.45,1oA SIRNINOIIAM 9.50 17.11>>
211. Twp; a7. KI Ie"> 311.I Ar.IoAIAMI . '::511'''' 2:30AM: NIW ORLEANS 11.20 20.211
9:00: A. M. to 12:00 M. and from 2:00 P. M. to 5:00 P. M. I \" '4 of SBH': nf s\V"S : E'4 of I I' CHICAGO 11.05 S2.50

I, ;XWi,.... ,} iif., .KWi.... : ":"'", "f,,'W'oiIot sp' R.'R'R, NIW YORK CITY boo sass
: b. MIAMI . 1000.AM 200AM
,,f 51'lNE'S: : of \vi', of HWViSKI' OKEECHOBEE . 2:1D'... 5.40AM
EACH MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAYfor
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of NXVH of !s\VVi. ." 'hit T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIONI '
the purpose of registering anyone who has not registered.W. Ills inirt of lee' 20. Top. 37, 1 I 3V oiininliilng IDJ'4 arrna, more I
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aini-imnonf of anlit property on-
'I' r inlil iVrrlflinlM IHKIIOII wna In the
niinifa, of: Pr. 11. F::. Alaoltronk : Ilmiryliini.
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B. HARGRAVES. .lnnif Tenkln : .T T. I-rlrtum ; Kllxal
l t'rllit'ui" .1"u.n's Prlilui'ii : Wnnh Maniiiini -
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Supervisor of Registration, Imrlan: II. Illnkn,, ; R.' It. \\Vrlgbt-..
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II. RlmniiHii : ;
onn : F. K. Hoffman : I'mil U. Dank.mnrr .
Okeechobfce County, Florida : 7.. T. Almihrook : A. 1. Bnwlet.W. .
I". Jarkaoni: S. 1". Connor. .1.
\. OlirlBti'iiinn, : flol ('otl"" : Emma
Ornnver: I:. $8iniii'r : F. W. JarkaontPi'Ilii I
Hrnrtloy' : Eillth A. Mu'lorParmwra :
Bunk anil Treat ('o. : A. Jwikin -
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Mlil IVrtlfipati'i Inill, i.e .."

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icrlhod therein shill he old to the
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FRIDAY JULY 24, 1942 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE TIIREELocal

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t .!...!.,.....t.. .!............!..!...................................................................1 M M M (M in war production plants and receive the program began to June 30.

old age benefits. 1942, amounted to $5,205 million of

I Too Late To Classify I A Week of the War RATIONINGThe I which the June total was $708 mil-

Happenings I OPA announced that East lion, highest monthly total in the

By IU'I4"LI.: KAVI I tntiiorliint Muimimry: :: I.trl"pmrots nf 1 Informiitliin: of IIIVik on tin Coast motorists In localities served 16 months of the program. The

Miiilo. ,Atftiliilil. by Ofhi'lal Mourc'n State Department said the U. S.
elevated suburban
.1 by subways or
+'H"--'oC': : : oH.-.ot'--"H.--: : : : :..:+, .1I I had signed mutual aid agreementswith
EDITORIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 / I ,,(":+:": :":":": :";":":" :" :":" :") railroads would be denied supple- Czechoslovakia and
am Indebted to Buster Willis mentary gasoline rations unless i Norway
President Roosevelt told his press I' bringing to nine the number of
--- formerly with the Belle Glade they can establish that such transportation -
I conference he Is considering ask- such agreements The departmentalso
I News member of UncleSam's facilities Inadequatefor
now a are
Lieutenant and Mrs. Chas. L.j I HONOR ROLL Ing Congress for more effective announced the Vichy French
army stationed at Camp their needs, The new regulations ,
Raulerson and daughter Lyn, of -0COntinued I controls to keep down the cost of government has turned down two
hum-I all
Clalrborne for the following ( would apply to motorists.
Hobe Sound, were visitors spending ( from 1)) living, Including wage control. The offers by President Roosevelt to
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in'( orous manuscript. Buster doesn'tclaim Including those who help form car-
Saturday afternoon and Sunday national situation as regards the'
safe haven
provide a for the French
stationed at the Naval Air Station authorship but states the let- sharing clubs WPB Chairman
Okeechobee visiting friends and cost of living must be kept in line naval units
now at Alexandria,
I at Fla. Enlisted in the sol when
Opaloka ter was actually written by a Nelson said after July 22 the
relatives' he said.
I The one crlteron that
I United States Navy in December'I dier. Here it is: I new rationing system goes into effect Eg'3'pt.ARMY-
-o- must be kept in mind is what It'!
1940. In the East gasoline deliveries -
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reeves of'' | costs the average family to live. AND SELECTIVE
I to stations In the area will be
Winter Garden arrived In Okee "Dear Buster: The War Labor Board announ'edl SERVICEThe
Sergeant Julian Morrison son of based taken in by
chobee Sunday and are spending :, I II am very enthusiastic about |I a. formula for a national wage" upon coupons Army Air Forces present accident -
Mrs. Russell WPB announced''
W H. of Okeechobee each station. The
a two weeks vacation here with Mr. army life. We lie around In bed stabilization policy designed to rate Is 68 percent lower thanIn
I stationed at Fort Benning, Oa. He I establishment of "Buffer Zone"In
and Mrs. John Chandler and Mr. every morning until about 5 o'clock. maintain workers purchasng powerat a 1930 and 10 percent lower than
enlisted In the United States Armyin 162 counties adjacent to the
and Mrs. Vernon Reeves. | This of course gives us plenty of January 1941 levels. The board the average rate for the 10 years
the summer of 1940, > western boundaries of the East
-0- I time to get washed etc., by 5:10.:: said "as a general rule workers are' between 1930 and 1940 War Secretary
Coast ration area In which deliveries -
Mr. and Mrs A. R. Hilton an-I I By 5:15: we stand outside and shivera entitled to 15 percent more wages Stimson said. Mr. Stlmson
Private Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. of gasoline to filling stationswill
nounce the arrival of a girl baby I while until someone blows the than they had on January 1, 1941. I said every U. S. soldier going intoa
Claudio Sutton of Okeechobee, sta- \ be cut by 25 percent beginning
which arrived at their home in' bugle. After we are reasonably to meet the Increases In living : theater of operations will receivea
tloned with the United States Army { July 22
Tampa Monday of this week. Mrs. ( t' chilled, we grope our way throughthe costs from that date to May 1, 1942. package of five grams of crystal-
somewhere in the Pacific He enlisted -
Hilton was formerly Miss Gladys darkness to the mess hall. Here Workers who have received an Increase THE WAR FRONTA line sulfanilamide for wounds in
In the in March 1941
Bass of this city. I Army' we have plenty of breakfast con of 15 percent or more dur- communique from Cairo Egypt addition to 12 sulfanilamide tabletsfor

-0- slating of an unidentified liquid ing that period will not be entitled rcnoi-ted MaJ. Gen. Lewis H. Bret Internal use. Army Air Forces

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams H. H. (Sparky) Osteen son of I| and a choice of white or rye crusts. i to raises except In cases where '-tnn. formerly commander of then Commander Arnold announced for-
Mr. and Mrs H, H. Osteen now of
arrived in Okeechobee last week After gorging ourselves on this their rates still are sub-standard 8 Army Air Forces In India is mation of the Troop Carrier Com-
Fort Pierce but former residents of !
from Jacksonville and are spending i delicious repast we waddle our way I and a raise is necessary to wipe now Commander of U. S. Air mand charged with transporting by
Okeechobee with the United States
this week here with Mr. Williams' back to the barracks. We have I out inequalities" Forces in the Middle East, Gen air the fighting men and their
Air Corps, Foster Field, Texas, Entered -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harle Wil- service in August 1941. I nothing to do until 7:30: so we Just The WLB ordered an ncrease of Frereton said American heavy weapons and supplies In theaters

liams. They expect to leave the i sit around and scrub latrines mop I 44 cents a day retroactive to last bombers carried out 21 tactical "I operations

first of next week for Kentucky Private James V. Cousart, son of floors wash windows and pick up February,'f j.nI57.000'Utle; : Steel" 'iiisrlon In 36 days with the loss SS Headquarters authorized local

where Mr. Williams will be employed the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs. ,I|, oil the cigarette butts and match I workers The union had asked $1 of only three U. S, planes. The boards to defer married men until
I! sticks within radius of 130 feetf announced 13 ships
a Japanese
Navy all available single men Including
|I Marlon :. Cousart of Okeechobee n day Increases. The board ruling
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-() our barracks. hive been sunk or damaged since
stationed with Medical Corps at also provided maintenance of union those in war Jobs havo been called
J. J. McLaughlin returned' to his Camp McCoy, Miss. Enlisted in the j i I I Soon the sergeant comes In and membership: and a checkoff of unIon Jane' 3 in Aleutian waters. and at and to call men with children last.

home here this week after spendingsome In April 1942. I i! says: "Come out in the sun kid- dues President Roosevelt, re- 1"ast seven enemy aircraft have President Roosevelt said It is unlikely -
Army
time in the hospital at West e |I dies", so we go out In the wonderful frrring to the beard "Little Steel" been destroyed, The Navy said U a decision will be made any

Jalm Beach. sunshine and bask while we in that theatre to date
', Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs. ruling said the entire national S casualties time soon on the drafting of 18 and
-0RE'presentative stand In six Inches of mund. To are approximately 44 military! and
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. in Coast problem of waRes Is relative. In 19 year old youths for military service -
W. J. Hendry and Artillery stationed at Camp Davis limber up we do a few simple] cMisihenlcs production of an article like steel nAval personnel killed 49 woundedand SS Director Hershey said local -
E. G. Sellers were visitors who like touching your toes one civilian employee killed,
N. C. Enlisted in the service in.. An Increase of 5 percent In the boards may fill up to 10 per
spent Tuesday in Fort Pierce attending January 1942 wli4i both feet off the ground or wages would not force up the cost The Navy reported damage inflicted cent of their quotas from men deferred
to grabbing yourself bj the hair and on the enemy during thebattle
business.0 I of living nearly as much as a com- because of illiteracy but who
II holding yourself at arms length.At of Midway June 3 to JuneS otherwise fit for military ser-
Sergeant Lawrence Arrlngton, parable increase, for instance in a are
Mrs. T. W. Conely. Jr.. and son 8 o'clock we put on our light Included: approximately 4800
canning that produces food
factory
son of C. C. Arrlngton of Okeechobee. -
Tom, returned to their home here pack and start walking to the Japanese killed or drowned as compared v Ice.
said.
he
with the United
in the
Infantry
Sunday night after spending the mountains The light pack \is not 1 to XT S. losses of 92 officers NAVY AND SHIPPING
States Army stationed at Fort I tABOP SUPPLY
past month in Quincy and Mari- to be confused with the heavy : Chairman Mc- end 215 enlisted men: 20 enemy Three new destroyers were launched -
W11'Ianpcr
Jackson, S. C. Enlisted In Army in
anna, and Atlanta. Oa, Judge 'January 1941. park. The lljht pick includes a Nutt reported arpr"xlmatclv: 12,- I ships of all classifications sunk or at the Federal Shipbuilding

Conely made the trip up there last gun bayonet canteen, mess kit 500000! persons were working In ;: damaged: and an estimated 275 and Drydock Co., Kearney, N. J.

week and returned home with Enoch Walker son of Mr. and coat cartridge belt first aid kit, pup direct war employment on July 1. '(I' Japanese aircraft destropcd. The Secretary Knox said an Increasing

them. Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, tent stakes tent pole ropes anda Compared with B.OOOOOO on April 1.He I t' S. Carrier Yorktown was putout number of small boats mainly fish-

now serving with the Submarine few other odds and ends, The estimated SOOOnoo! more will be I of action and the Destroyer Ing vessels, are being taken over by

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth Forces somewhere In the Pacific.He heavy pack has a blanket or two added to the Industry forces dur- I Hammann was torpedoed and sunk the Navy, and crews are being
their home here last in it and shovel mask a defense Commander Andrews to
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returned to enlisted in the United States pick gas ing the last six months Of this year. : Caribbean trained as fast as possible aug-

Friday afternoon after spending a Navy in May 1937 change of underwear and a two Federal Works Administrator FlemIng I said "Measures for action mr'i! Efjst- Cast Anrl-submartne

short honeymoon in North Carolinaand 0S way raCio. said total U. S. Employment against enemy submarines in this Patrol Maritime Commission Vice

Jacksonville. Carrying pack I weigh 237 apparently are proving \'eryE't'fectlve" said American
Private Woodrow Walker 3'oUng-1! my increased between May and June area Chairman Vlckerv
I pounds. Without it I'm a puny 147. and antiaircraft warning "prpMrt shipbuilding! capacity is
est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: by 1.7000.000 persons to 53300000.
Mrs. J. L. Brewer and childrenleft Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee now So you can see how easy and agreeable The House passed and sent to the systems are greatly Improved in the raw ample 'o meet the two-war

this week for their home in serving at the Induction Station at it is to romp and play In the Senate a bill authorizing the Census Panama Canal Zone The Navy: goal ot 2 .OOO 000 deadweight tons

Tampa after spending three weeksin mountains. After a week In the announced the sinking of 20 more approximately 2,300 ships-set by
Camp Blanding, Starke Fla. En- Bureau to \Issue birth certificates
Okeechobee with Mrs. Brewer'smother tered the United States Army in army I begin to understand why baRed on its vital statistics United Nations merchant vessels by President Roosevelt early this year.

Mrs. Marlon V. Cousart. May 1942. pack burros always look so sad. )n person unable to obtain them enemy submarines. He said July shipbuilding figures

-0- I An observation car follows us as through normal channels The 54.- FOREIGN RELATIONS indicate the nation is 2.000,000 tons

Dr, T. T. Coleman and W. H.I V I we make our merry way Into the : 000.000! persons In the country President Roosevelt formally pro- ahead of schedule for 1942. Be

I. Russell were visitors who spent TAX SITUATION 'mountains and kindly attendants : ""hose births are not recorded could claimed a state of war with Hungary cause of the "tight situation" In

r n\ \ day in Fort Pierce the first of the eagerly await the opportunity to obtain a certificate upon making Rumania and Bulgaria making steel however the Maritime Com-

week, (Continued from page-1) care for those of us who faint and I a sworn application to a postmaster'or nationals of those countries residing mission said further plant expansion ::

.\ I .' --0-- from $56,755142 to 274383.809 an fall by the wayside. Jumping from I his subordinate), which would in the U. S. subject to regulations programs must be curtailed.For .

,.., Bill! Bowden who Is employedwith Increase of 383 per cent whereas their Jeep they grab you by the : he forwarded to the Bureau to be governing other enemy all- this reason the commission cancelled -

the United States Sugar Corp-i, taxes assessed against this class of leg or arm and drag you to within checked After verification of the "ns The President announced Its contracts with the Hlj-

oration at Clewlston, spent Satur- property moved up from 3.603227 throwing distance of the car where I application a birth certificate would lend-lease war aid extended by the sins Corporation of New Orleans

day and Sunday here with his parents < to $4.306,806 or up 195 per cent willing hands catch you in midair [ 'e Issued so the persons could work U S. from March 11 1941-when calling for 200 Liberty ships, ,
Basil Bowden I and In the back seat. I
Mr. and Mrs. Total Florida railroad and telegraph toss you u _
-0- values were boosted from $26,372124 ,- Boys who fall out in a marchare |1-

Lucile Stello who is employed at to $87,541,500 treated very well. They only j

the United States Army Air Base Of the property booked for Okee- get six months In the guard house

at Sebrlng spent Friday and Sat- chobee county in 1940-41, 5482 percent and do not have to stand court GET THESE NEW

urday of last week here with her of the total value was real martial. Arriving in camp you are

parents, Mr. and Mi?. Basil Bow- estate, 7.58 per cent tangible personal taken to the Infirmary for an oil

den. property and 37.60 per cent and grease Job,
-o- railroad and telegraph proerty. For At the Infirmary patients are divided GOLDEN KEY SPECIALSAND

Into classes (1) Those who
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Thomas 1941-42, the respective percentageswere :

and Mr. and Mrs. Buster Chandler : 4761 2313 and 2936. Statewide ,. have colds and <121> Those who have

of Miami, are spending this week the respective percentageswere athlete's foot. If you have a cold HUNDREDS OF OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS !

at Oke-Slmme fish camp at the 8420 1079 and 501 for 1940. I you get your feet swabbed with

mouth of Klsslmmee River. I and 8298, 1290 and 4.12 for 1941- I iodine. If you have athlete's foot This special offer expires August 31, 1942

-0- 42. you get your throat swabbed with

A wise man will always be a j: Intangible property of Okeechobee ; Iodine. And no matter whlt'ou

Christian, because the perfection of i county was valued at $31,740! In'' have, you get castor oil and a fey Six 9'xi-ox. Glattttwuh
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wisdom is to know where lies tranquility I, 1940-41, and this classification miscellaneous vaccinations. I yr color Hindi to match
the piuher. For fruit sinner
the infirm
of mind and how to attainit dropped to $17,340 a year later. I am very popuhr a' r a1 1p ="" and oihtr beverages.
I told them I had both a cold [
which Christianity teaches. |!: down 453 per cent Statewide the ary.
foot What I've real- 1
anathlete's
j Intangibles was
Lander I I total value of
; raised from $849.439,242 to approx- lv got is gastric Hirers but a guy Iron i
--' --- ------ learns to keep his mouth shut
imately 1.123225000 In 1941-42. up!
In the army. One guy made the I
cent. Taxes assessed against
32. per ''
Gilbert Theatre Intangibles In this county moved mistake of Insisting that he dldnt
have either cold or athlete's foot
of 348 a
per
from $33 to 21 a drop
OKEECHOBEE cent; for Florida as a whole assessments and they promp'ly sent the poor
against intangibles Increased dumb cluck to the guard house for ____

+strer about 38 per cent. impersonating an officer.
I Every few davs you get an afternoon as Beautiful SO-Os. PitcherolurulGranullahapad.
VChristianity
FRIDAY & SATURDAY -reveals- God as ever- I off and to to town where vou (Special eaiy.i: .pour ipouf. F f

and down the main Larfte contcmenl, handle.
Truth and Love to be utilIzed all mill up ,

Lone Wolf Takes present in healing the sick In castingout tem and push: each other off the 20 cotiponi and 10*

error in raising the dead. side walk Or if you happen to

: Mary Baker Eddy. prefer the great open spaces vou

a Chance can go for a walk In the mountains -

I where you,can chase butterflies and t
WARREN: WILLIAM
NOTICK OK AI'l'MC\TIOJf FOR pick wild flowers. _
T.DEED Well I guess that's about all for
-andSanta 1.0 or iu.i3Solid'
U hr-reliy given thut Hill I'r.srott now but I Just wanted you to know

: huhli-r ..t Tux 1'.11"1111'ii =Nu :ll that I was makin' out all right andI
Fe Trail mill 3.1. IMHIIIM! the let dry nl =NIIXLHNINT. i "
COUPONS
the same. : COMBINE
hope you're
A. I' I'.r.T.: iinil 1 rut IVrilllnii ,
=No, 1:1: 'Issued thn 4lh dry of July, A I Love and kisses, Jerry r
EROLL FLYNN: II. lulls, him flli'tl HHIIII. In Illy.iifflco.: him 1 FROM THESE
made application for I Tax Peed to be --------
iHNIIIHl. Ih"L"11. Hlllll 1",11'11'111', Millbriii' ,
Also News and Stooge Comedy 1 .. the fnlliinliiu PRODUCTS "?> -:
in the Count* of OkewbobM, State of f--- F j jI
Feel rlurlda to-wlt:
lifit ".n viU S of S\V Cur SwL BICYCLESWe j. 1
M. run 'I'M vi,10| .V its >.la. \V fl '
. SUNDAY & MONDAYCARY I Ii 270 yilK, S 1(13 }'il. to BI>M. 101.... Refrigerator Set I "'
i J\' 'I'wp.ti, HUH. .1.1. 7H HITHH For tlorinn fruit. teHiahlet .MK rt cn! 'a'7 I II
GRANT and have a large stock of and lefio eri. Sturdy, taiy a.- %t $: i1 11
anilIlftf :is.f yilit V nf S\V r"r nf I I mkeepdean. t I
JOAN: FONTAINESUSPICION : S.i'JM.. run K a.'n yilH., N nil yd*. both the New Victory 4O antj 10< J I
W ii.'O yiln H lilA\ rds I fi Iti'ic.Si 7 CMptM W ,t

-In- I >... .2'1. 'I'wp. :a.1 line, a'l: TVfcarret. Bicycles and regular models 'SSiil I I

lIud Go to local rationing
Heir NB ('". of 1oI 1'4 lit )H\Vi,, your Available at p 00tiR
I H l.M yiln. W li.'tl yil<. N 1M 't'
run board secure a Y
,r.Is| e: sai II y Also: Late New It II".. :ci. T "..,... certificate and we will be Park Drug Co. ..
Subject Tile .m>nm nt of aid property under also,
Special Defense rbt I I'. II''''''''.. ImiiiiHl "uO I'l' Ilw| muni'of glad to fill needs.HUMPHRIES .
MR. GARDENIA JONES. I I Siimiliitliil ruilcrhlll., Kit! rarnllnn I I your S. Park Street SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUROKEECHOBEE

(lant. K;.t: I.otltlu'lVnri'e.
eeei |i nlrM null) IVrtlltcntPii iihiill Iw re CHEERIOATS e KIX I
Iwmerl docorrllng' to lAW, property de
trrlbrrl therein shell h* sold to the TIRE & RETREADING
Coming Attractions : hlghmt htddrr at the Cnnrthoni door !I BISQUICK e WHEATIES
tint Monday In the month of COMPANYSouth
the
on I ACCEPTEDIF
MAIL ORDERS
I I .ot..""...,-... 11M: "lilrh ,In the 7th ilnynf
Tin Pan Alley 1II4J. Dixie Highway Phone 139
Tuttles of Tahiti Hared Xi'pti'llllil'r. Hi In 17th iln" "f ..I'i'iIftf.:!. YOU DO NOT LIVE NEAR A PREMIUM STORE SEND YOUR MAIL ORDERS TO GOLDEN

They Died With Their BooU On Clerk ROY (H'lrciilt n MIT('on,nH'ON: ,', Ft. Pierce KEY COMPANY PREMIUM DEPARTMENT, 119 WEST ))9iH STREET NEW YORK N. Y

The Bride Came 0. O. D. (r'ir,-ult Court aril!

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.. We want t to( again call the attention of our .
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readers to the fact that we are still working on .
our list of Okeechobee boys who are in the

Armed Forces of the country and while we

: I have succeeded in getting a large number of

their names and addresses the list is far .

from complete as there are more than one .

hundred Okeechobee county boys now in the
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If you have not turned in the name and

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address of those in your family who are now
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in the service be sure and do it without fur-

ther delay so that we may complete our list I
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as soon as possible.Every .
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anxious to see the complete list of our fight I'

ing men but we can not get it complete

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