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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 31, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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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HONOR ROLL OF'I VV. C. NALL ASSOCIATE IS PROMOTEDTO : ENGINEER Married Men Will Be Called Last J. A.AT PAUL HOME:PASSED LIST AWAY SATURDAY r i NEWS BOUT OUR

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MEN' IN SERVICEEDITOR'S For Service .1 A. Paul died at his home on MEN
W. Military According IN SERVICE
C. Nail who has been in I Eagle Bay last Saturday at 12 ;

charge of the Clewiston subofficeof o'clock about'
after an Illness of

NOTE-We are very U S Engineers for the past I To Information From WashingtonDraft ten days. Mr. Paul had been in I Mr. and Mrs Reese- Upthegiove

anxious to have the name and ad- several weeks since the entrance of very poor health for several years I have recently returned from Mo-
I | but was not confined to his bed
dress of each boy from Okeechobee A. H. Reed into military service, I bile Alabama where they visited

County who Is in the service of his last week received notice that he Headquarters Say Man Must Have Been until Mr.about Paul ten was days born before in he Marrow died. Eugent Hall and wife. He is a

country in order that this list may First Class Machinist in the Coast
had been promoted to Associate Married Before Decembe 8 1941 and Must I
County Ohio, 78 years ago and
be complete If you have not already Guard and stationed at that place.

turned in the names of all the Engineer, well toward the top in Be Living With Wife or Children came to Florida many years ago. They say that he is getting along
civil service
engineer ratings. i lie moved
to Okeechobee in 1917
of your relatives who are in the fine and likes the service.
He had previously been rated as and bought a place on Eagle Bay .
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Army. Navy or Marines please do
construction engineer. Draft headquarters in Washington gaged in one of those activities and where he has lived since. He is I I
so at once so that our list will be his Word has reached here that Har-
In directed local boards then determine that particular
receiving this promotion Mr. specifically survived by his widow Mrs. J. A

complete I N. ll has Jumped over the first this week to call up married men Job makes him a "necessary man" Paul who was with him at the timeof old Wilkeison son of Mr. and Mrs.

'I I two engineer ratings that of Junior lust taking single war workers before Also, the firm In which he Is his death I R H. SIngletary, Is safe and getting
Corporal David W. Cassel Jr., J! along fine with the United
Engineer and Assistant Engineer husbands and fathers. employed must be fulfilling a war Funeral services conductedat
son of Mr.. and Mrs D W. Casselof were States Pacific Fleet Harold is
There are three higher classi- The local boards were Instructedby contract performing a government the Okeechobee cemetery Sunday..
Okeechobee, stationed with the weekto service service to aboard the battleship Nevada and
fications. Engineer Senior Engineer orders sent out during the or a necessary
afternoon at 4 m. with Rev W. i
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United States Army Air Corps at and Principal Engineer.-Clew- fill their quotas in this order: civilian life in support of the war H. Harden assisted Rev. Hewlett'' was at Pearl Harbor on December
Savannah, Ga Enlisted from Okee- by 7 at the time of the Japanese sneak
iston News.countyivas. 1 Single men with no dependents effort or he must be supplyng ma- Walker
officiating
chobee County In September 1940. terial for such firms attack on that place The sister
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2 Single men who do not contribute The essential activities were: ship of the Navada was anchored

Corporal Earl W. Raiford son of who Production aircraft and along side of it when the attack
Bought to the war effort but of parts; Florida Power And '
Mrs Susie Raiford of this city have dependents; ships, boats and parts; ordinlnce ) took place and was sunk there in

stationed with the United States 3. with and accessories ammunition; agri- the harbor but Harold and the
: Single men dependentsand ;
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry Many Bonds Since who contribute to the war culture, food processing; forestry Light Offer Ways ; Nevada escaped any damage. He

Field Tallahassee Fla. Enlisted j: effort; logging!, and lumbering; construction has been in the Navy four years

In December 1941 I i I 4 Married without children coal mining metal mining and has seen service in many wat-
Their Sale StartedFlorida men ; ; ; '
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: who are not engaged in the non-metallic mining and process- To Save In War ers during that time. In 1941 Har-

Private Ernest E. Raiford, son of I I mar< effort; Ing and quarrying smelting, refining old was decorated with a medal for

Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city fidelity, obedience and zeal. Later
5 Married without childrenwho and rolling metals produc-
is ''iinn"' : fine men ; ,.' '.. .
'U n'r I I .11'"i S.it 'I'lls| | | In tlii lust Inn
stationed with the 14th Repair I lead among the Southern states in are engaged in the war effort; tion of metal shapes and forgings; i Hprli. if "urtldm." prepared| | \ i li\ Home heI'as again decorated for his
Squadron, United States Army metal -'.""ivlc'(' \.h'I."ro. uf the PliirMii, 1'nwcr courage, skill and sportsmanship.
I the purchase of War Bonds and I I 6. Married men living with wife finishing of products; pro- V I Iclil f'ninjmin The ....011.1. ron .
Air Duncan Field San Antonio .
Corps 1 Sumps: : and: children or children"only and duction of Industrial and agricul- icrnlnir ntre rand line of the electric
Texas Enlisted December who not in the tural machinery chem I'iiiif'' will nwieiir nest 'I.k. Word has been received here by
C'nce'! May 1. 1"41 the people; of are engaged war equipment; ; .

1941. 'i this state have bought $78.14'U51 :, effort; icals and allied products; rubber "As a consumer In the total defense las friends Cassels that has Sergeant arrived Major safely Doug-in .

I "hlch Includes cur sales in 7. Married men living with wife products: leather products; tex-
May of democracy I will do my
Private First Class John H. Walker Australia where he Is stationed
and children or children only who tiles; apparel; stone clay and
$8179701! .
of June
and $7691892We
of
ion of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. know that are engaged In the war effort glass products; petroleum nat- part to make my home my community with General MacArthur's army in

Walker Jr., mechanic in ground July has capped my country ready efficient that country. Each time Douglashas
all records in To be classed as a married mana ural gas and petroleum and coal
crew in United:! States Army Air Florida though we registrant must have been mar- products transportation equip- strong. I will buy been transferred It has meanta
do not know what the ;
yet Just I will take good care of
Corps stationed somewhere In Australia earerullY'j promotion: for him until now he
1941 and
ales have been In each ried before December 8, ment; transportation services; materials -
Enlisted In Army in October county. I have. I will waste Is Sergeant Major with his outfit
I Ckeechobe! county's sales for Julyas must be living with his wife or for pa4Ung and shippingproducts These words constitute
1940. ihlldien. communications service He will be remembered here as the
I of noon Thursday totaled $11- ; taken by mlllons of American
cheer leader at the football
I 75000 To guide local boards on whetheror heating power and illuminating I games
We hive doubledoui
Sergeant Carl Stello son of Mr. again not a man is engaged in the services repair and handtrade housewives during Civilian Defense and after he graduated he attended

and Mrs K E. Stello of Okeecho- quota. This Is Indeed some- draft Issued armature Week. They epitomize the part University of Florida two terms
war effort headquarters services blacksmithing
: 'hin! ? for us all to be proud of. j: our women must play in the strug-
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bee United States Army Air Corps.Gelger a list of 34 essential activi rewinding electrical and bicycle where he majored in jouinalism
Field Spokane Wash. En- I These large quotas we now have gle ahead. .
In Florida and America will re-1 l i repair automobile repair, clock repair In
i lies.In There Is no room for waste
listed in In January 1942. Fled Montsdeoca who went to
Army granting deferment for occupational tool repair and sharpening,
qui:e a good many sales cf F and wartime America, whether it be in I
I the United States at Camp
Army
reasons the board must health and welfare services; edu-
0 Bond to: be bought by municipalities Industry, the armed forces or in
Corporal K. R. Anderson son first decide whether a man Is en- cational services; governmental ser- J Blandlng two weeks ago arrived
counties clubs "Conserve" has
of Alva Anderson of Upthegro\ lodges the average home. home last Friday and is spendinga
schools! Mr I ca'linz' this to of wartime America -
Division om become a slogan ,
Beach Motor Transport I ten day furlough here and at Se-
'our attention at this time hoping -conserve food, conserve vitamins -
United States Marines stationedat I Washlnglon for all those extra bring visiting friends and relativesand
you will makt: arrangements The by getting the full nutritive
Ouiena
Georgetown British winding some business before -
Observed dates next week with Suzzle and up
through your postmaster lor jour value from the foods you serve,
In
In the Marine Corps to .
Enlisted I I Sara we will have to dig up I returning Camp Blanding
clubs or other to buy conserve all home equipment by .
.._ organizations ..
. 1937.
- -September t '. .'-- '\ some .n_ mud. How about entering I -
\ F br a'Bc .c1s"'tr{ the near'future"! By "Bill" Page'SABOTEURS t a plea$ for a writ of has using it officially and taklng'proper Private FirstClass George Rel-

son Most organizations can "Invest in care of it. That is considered chert Is spending a ten day fur-
Sergeant Purmel Hargraves ;II btus corpus, or sum' iln? And'
I America" with funds now available an all-important Job on the home
of Registra lough here with his father and
of County Supervisor 1 what about the corpus delicti. No
i though It be only in small amounts. Isn't It to be saboteur? front for the duration.In .
tion and Mis Hirgraves of this grand a I 1'1:<111'5. no crime, etc" sister Henry Reichert and Miss

city United States Army Air ''I I F Bonds now range In maturity Or Is It? If one Is only a privateor And( he may be right. Ife the modern home the refrig- Elizabeth Relchert. He says life

Corps Spence Field Moultrle Ga. I alue from the $25 Bond to $10000 even an officer In the German ,.,-,
Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted -: The $25 Bond costing $18.50. and army, lots of 0, K Then turn these fellows a means of conserving fOOdS. bad. He expects to leave the first
the $100 Bond $7400. These bonds Care and maintenance of the electile .
next to return to
to rank of sergeant July 1st things may of week camp.
Innse and give them bark all the
mature In twelve years and pay happen to him refrigerator Is relatively simple .
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lily pretty things they brought
Private Elzle Godwin, son of W. 253 percent a year compounded and quick. If back from Germany with them.Then and many years of continuousand Word comes from Staff Sergeant

E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach I seml-annuall when bond Is held a private makes economical service may be obj j Jake Reichert that he has aritved
I venture to say we will few
with the Infantry stationed at tr- maturity Just a slight have plenty of corpus delicti for talned by following a simple I safely in the Pacific after a trip

Camp Pickett Va. Entered ser Saturday August 1 starts our new mistake or a "s+r evidence In Just a short time. rules: I across the big pond. He left the

vice In June 1942 month and our quota will not be tiny slip o r I Be sure that your refrigerator is | United States ins/ Jun,
Then when have had their
I raised. It will be as of July $3.700. accidently lets t n e, they placed so that It is shielded from i, *
fun let them return to the bastile
Private Julian Hodges son of Many people have asked mi a I ItI a poor prisoner and stand trial. By then the the sun most of the time and is a I I Mr and Mrs. M. E. White are in

Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- I would not be possible to get our of war escape 6 A colonels can surely think' up few Inches away from the wall (fort receipt of a letter from their son,

town. United States Army Engineers quota in the early morning of August It Is just tree air circulation). 'j Private Robert C. White, who is in
'I something else to carry on these ,
Wait until hot cool off be-
Fort Belvolr Va.. Entered service 1. and possibly be first in the too bad. lie Is never placed on foods the United States Army In California -
trials for the duration. But I
in April 1942 i nation two months in succession trial. No siree. Anyone from a fore placing them In the refrigerator : in which he states that he is e
have which I think
a suggestion
I I believe we have a good chance to corporal (tor whatever they are This will decrease the op-. ; now confined to the hospital but

Private Smiley Waldron son of do this and It would be a record railed), on up, can rome along ate.would be much more appropri elating time and save current. ;, nothing serious Robert has beenin

Mr. and Mrs N. F. Waldron of I mighty hard to beat. Okeechobee and pump a couple of slugs Into Do not "crowd" the foodallowa the Army five months and has

Okeechobee; with the Infantry sta- ; county would tccelve plenty of national him and everything Is settled. Why not build each culprit a sufficient space between all won two medals already

tioned at Camp Pickett Va Entered publicity of which it would No time lost. No extra expense nice comfy bungalow right downIn foods so that air can freely circus V

: te: justlv deservln Let's make it the the renter of our cherry or- late inside the cabinet. '!
service In June 1942. to Nazi government. And soon
I hard which we have been nursIng the door closed much as Peace Officers Told
a date Buy your August quota right up the line through the Keep as ,

Baatsw aln's Mate First Class Rex 'arly Saturday morning. August 1, Gestapo etc If nothing goes so many yean for the Sun possible. This prevents the cold

end for national record whichI of leaven Install each In his air from "pulling out", which causes
Anderson son of Mrs. Lizzie An- try a haywire, as Charlie McCarthy I 'Heads Will Roll' If
separate bungalow and to rise and the
derson of Frostproof, and brotherof venture to say would stand for nulrt say, they "mow 'em down"! furnish the temperature
months him with a two way short wave motor to start. I
Alva Anderson of Upthegrove many Efleclency par excellence That'ltheir
Beach stationed with the United WE CAN WE WILL WE MUST. motto. radio set so he can converse Do not maintain a temperaturethat FBI Takes Charge

I W. R. PAGE Chairman. with the folks in Naziland. Oh is colder than you really need.
States Navy at Key West Florida. ,II But let a bunch of hoodlums
yes and Include In the furnish- Set the control to "average", or
War ,
Entered service in May 1942. I Okeechobee County from our enemy's country. Invade -0-
ings the odds and ends they around 40 F. j
Savings Committee degrees
our shore. Highly efficient Unless local law enforcement officials -
'v ; brought with them when they Defrost when the frost on the ,,
Granville N Wilson. son of Mr. saboteurs, schooled In all the arts act to clear up the prostitution -
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landed: all set will do compartment Ifl about 4'
so they freezing
and Mrs E. J Wilson of Okeechobee of subterfuge and sabotage and situation the FBI will step in
Farmers of Glades I their stun at Intervals of say | inch thick-usually once a week. )
Seaman second class In United loaded with enough ingenolus devices through Invocation of the Mays
tuenty-four hours or so, and I When defrosted, clean the Inside
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States Navy aboard U. S. S. North to wreck dozens of costly act R C. Danner, FBI agent in
let's blow "one German saboteur cf the cabinet and shelves with a
Carolina. Entered service In December Are Jubilant Over and much netted war defense up charge at Miami told a group of
and forty cherry trees", for cloth rung out of cool water in
1941.Corporal plants, destroy the water sup peace officers from Palm Beach:
about eight days. That will give which soda or Iborax has been dis
plies half dozen cities like and neighboring counties at a con-
of a
hitler something to think about. solved. Be sure to wash cooling
Jessie D. Wilson son of The Passage of Bill New York Philadelphia, or Detroit What lay'Well. unlt-that'l where food odors col ference in Palm Beach Wednesday

Mr. and Mrs. E J. Wilson of Okee- or blow the Capitol and Danner promlsd that if the fed-

chobee stationed at Moore Field, the White House, including our be a seeing you. lect.Wash tral government does take over the
Clewiston. July 29 (FNS)-Everglades the door gasket with soap
Mission, Texas. Entered service In President to hell and gone, and OBIE. the program Is going' to cause "some
and water when cleaning re-
farmers were Jubilant over
heads to roll." This applies to
February 1942. what happens? V ,
the the Gillette Bill by frigerator. And be sure that the
of
1 i passage "heads" well
I I II I and as as
army navy
I Fortunately these saboteurs !: .N\VY GIVES ATTRACTIVE gasket seals the door tightly.Do .
the separate
Senate setting up a
J. Wilsen and local officials
Private First Class Edgar hosf of state
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bureau to handle rubber productIon were apprehended. But again I I OPPORTUNITY FOR BOYS not Use a sharp Instrumentto
snn of Mr1. and Mrs. E. J. Wil- I ( he said
what happened? Were they i, .
from alcohol and designed to say force tray!?! free or remove frost.
son of Okeechobee United States the use of agriculturalcrops dealt with according to the eth 1 The U S. Navy offers the young This may cause chipping or even The Mays act places control of

Marine Corps stationed somewherein encourage such as cane, sweet potatoes ics of war? Possibly so. But If I volunteer of today an opportunity I II puncture the surface. veneral l disease under the FBI

the Pacific. Enlisted more than and peanuts we gave them an even break with to become a well-paid expertandno Wipe up spilled foods Immediately. where communities fail to cooperate

two years ao.. I I I Local farmers, eager to get go- what they would have received I previous experience is necessary. Do not let acid foods such as with the army and navy.the

from their own country for failureIn If volunteer shows the right touch Florida ranks highest among
In7. plan the planting of extensive a vinegar, lemons or tomatoes II
First Class I ** states In veneral disease con
Hospital Apprentice their nefarious mission our the State Recruiting -
Navy
acreage Just as soon as the govern- qualifications, the enamel unless It Is acid resist
Marvin L Wilson, son of Mr. and ''ment the plans of the army colonels could be back on I Service points out, the ant tamination, he said

Mrs E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee ''United approves States Sugar Corporationfor other msslons where they areworl'ly Navy is ready and willing to send Use mild soap and warm water' Chief of Police R. C Evans and

Medical Corps, United States Naval needed. him to trade school for training the cabinet State Road Patrolman Olbb Gross
the establishment of a plant a to clean the outside of
Air Station, Jacksonville Fla Entered I I here to process rubber from crops But these saboteurs have been worth $1500 for the first year alone. -never use gritty cleansers. If the "f this city attended the meeting
I I and after their
1941 from Okeechobee
the in June
Navy grown In this area. well taken care of from the first. And, a volunteer draws pay while finish Is other than porcelain, wax
I return. Chief Evans conferred with s
Some time ago President Clar- Well protected, well fed and I he learns, with promotion rapid. it two or three times a year. other

Private First Class Howard Ren- ence R Bitting of the Sugar Corporation housed, and furnished with all Enlisting as an apprentice seaman When leaving for the week-end I Mayor H. H Raulerson and at

nis Padgett, eon of Mr. and Mrs ;i offered to grow crops the extra fixings of a diplomat I at $30 per month one is automati- turn the temperature control to the I city officials yesterday morning
decided that the city
B. K, Padgett of Okeechobee stationed which would supply about ten per- from Man. What a laugh for cally advanced to $54 per month lowest point .not to "defrost". which It vas

with the Signal Corps of i cent of the nation's rubber require- Hitler. What an Incentive for after the second month of training The heart of your refrigerator is'i i iI 'I would enforce women the law as required

the United States Army atKey. ments. Half of the acreage would' him to send more and more of with further advancements basedon the motor. If It is "hermetically- I 1' and all single who were o'clock on

Field, Merrldian. Miss. Entered be supplied by the Sugar Corpora- the same to our shores, the ability of the recruit.A I sealed" it may not require oiling ,the streets after twelve

service in January 1942. I I Lion the balance by local farmers. The overlong trial apparentlyended large number of other open or adjusting. If It is an ."open I would be arrested unless they had
and lawful for being
Bitting offered to lease the land for several day ago and conviction ings are also available in the Navy, type's however. should be periodlc'aliy -. a good- excuse
out
R L. Sanderfur. Jr., Ion of Mrs. ,| processing plants and operate them assured. Then some overly Naval Reserve or Seabees (construction oiled and adjusted. VBE

Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, at actual cost, without profit for bright colonel say to another regiments) at higher pay re- Have your service man check

(Continued on page ?> i the war period. colonel, "If we stay La i crullers said. your refrigerator once a year, WISE-ADVERTISEQb '


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PAGE TWO THE OKEECUOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1942
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I \ I I Time Training AIlIfIlOI( 1042, which la the 3rd dnr ofI1.t Which nppMcallon( will lid bused
< [ pare .\ 11)42.! iion| "the iieiltoii fur Hale Dow m ills
haled this lit dny of July: 1042 lu mild Court.
( ROY ft. KAUI.BRSON, linted, .Inn. 111. A, II. 11142.HTXA \ .
for Your Part in Clerk Circuit Court of ; P. SIMMUNS; iunrdlnn.IX .
: Okeechnbeo County, Florida.
Irpiilt Court Seal 4M-02: TIIK CIIICVIT COIIItT OV THE
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Defense NOTICE OF APPLICATION I AND FOR OKEECHOHRB COUNTY.:
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FOR TAX DEED I' 1"1.011111.IS CIIANCKltY.
bee Law of 1>35 I ('ONS0111)A'CEO NAVAL STOIIRS,1'OMrANY. :
and. XotleiIn heri-hy given butt Alice n Florida corporation, I\
I Sloan, holder of Tnx Certificates No. i PlalntltT, TJ. F. WAC11OH, et al.
I I 17 nnil B3 I 'famed the 11th clay of July. Dpfpnilnnts.I .
0 AFTER YEARS .1. P. HIM: : and Tax Certmcate No. I NOTICE TO AITKAR
:Ill). lumipd the Jot day of November, TO THE DBFENPANTS.: IlALPItWACIIOB
A D. 1937. bin filed same In and lll'OH WACIIOB
HrHl Juli U tn slit our nation my ofn<'p;; has niniln application You and each of you are advised .
I uorlil i rlftl In eerie" her for a Tar need to he lnsiic.l Hint n bill of complaint has been
Ent<<> I'ffi'cilvcly Our nornml tanks/ thereon. Sold Certificate embraces the Iliad. iiitnlnit you In the above entillyd -
1 ?,"r1.' fur lie mljimtmi'iit ,vi>nri following described property In tbe cnime In the office of the Clerk
July will fulluw. County of Okeecbobee, State of Florida of the Circuit Court of Okeechobee
; niiiNl of UK. fortiiiuitnlv, both to-wlt : County, Florida/ at Okeechobee, FlorIda -
Act of mil fur tin' minii- prepnrntlnn : Lot 24. !I"". 30. Twp. 33, II ge. wherein and whereby the plain- j
I ( tlKiriineh irnlulnv that v 0 mnv 3.1. 20 acre ; ..nd,1"1.7"83:7 lilT In endeavoring to quiet the title
mare mid do uuiro. The trnlnort and SI. 1'1.' .. 10, 'rwl'|> ngfllnxt you and each nf you to tbe
will )ii.i| niiirp In thin rrlsls| ) and :'in\: ; : 00 sprpB following' dPHcrlhed Innd. lying and i
i I ( i bi> butter ,. p ml The niaPMinent of said beiNg In Okppchotipt County Florida,
;:, : \\.tprlnlr;:; : property ender -
veer Up w vnl said Certlfleate Issued was In tbenmnes to-wit :
i In the iintlnn now and tn him- of hr.f.. II. Orovea. J. I !NWV4 of SWW' and SW4 of
One j nil the rout of his dn.vi. H. Lognniiepker." and, It. .'. Church N\\" >4 of Section 111. In Townxhlp
Six now onp fif our bottlpnnrkfl. 1'nlons aald Cprtlrlcnte dial) he ndppnied < 311 Soulh UIIIIII' :in Bust. Okra.rhrbcr .
nhnrtiiffp of IpnilprNcuiTiprrln.' do-' I ( Florida.
nppordlng to low property County
Three I : ntonnlf". nnd pxnrntlToii de- erlhcd therein shall he told to tbe This la therefore, to command you
lnilimtrli Thp inllllnni of "blithest' bidder at the Courthouse door mid' ench of you to die your writtennppcarniice
i i I upnl' thniiwinilii, of tmlliPil' on the flrnt Monday In the month of I to said, bill of complaint
| "' <,i.rVhon the mlJiinHiipnt' August, 11112 which In the 3rd l day nf Kith I lie Clerk! of the above styled
I nrrtvp, thus l.nJ'ra11I Htlll hft .\1I1t1l.', 11142: ,i'0-irt 01hlo office In the Court HOUHS
the first I | || IIIIJ) |,irirriMl nw'11. Sn Iminpilt- Ilnli'il,' this 101 tiny "f Jnlv. 1042. lit okcpchobep, Okeechohee Coiintv
> iinil' In the long run. training ROY R. HAU1.BHSON I. Florldn.( on Ih 3rd cloy of August A.
,,' I : tinliMiilorlilp join IH both i "n'j Clerk Circuit Court ofOkppchohpe I n. lot.-/ and (that In default thereof a
In j 1 I, and ni'iniiii iivpntnipnt. County Florida. decree pro ponfeaso will be entered
pav ( I : I I I you air Intprpiitnd In knowing'; (Circuit Court Neal) 49 1NOTICK iiKiilnut MIII and paeh of you and the
I : : : : t |n>imlhlllt-i'H| of nurh nil t Invpmmpnt., the I II ----. plnlntllT, allowed to proceed ex parts.IT .
j '> 'k on the iMiupon below I* UKItEBY OKtiEUEI that
I : :I ; /hi I
\ liuMim'NH, In whirl) roil nrp eacbweek
I I ills notice he (published once
Okppchohce .Florida
County,
liihri'ttiMlVi. > will send you- I for four 4I I ) ,'un'"lllvee..k..
I :: : I lily 11. 1942.NOTICE( .
10 cents I : ''II obligation n free 41 page In The Okepchobep Xews, a npwspaperui
IS I1EI1EBY GIVEN That
," nbntit thp iipportunltloii end I i Ki'iHTiil' (rendition( |published In
: : "
'''nlcutn' In Unit ",'101. and full dn ,; pursuant to Section B nf Chapter I2flfl, OKccchohcc.. okpecliobpe\ County. Florida
i : : abet \low coat homp .tlldv : Lawn of Flnrlila. Acts 1937, known as
,
our lute hereof.ix .
tion. I prior to the return
It will ,c-mt von only a S the Ml'HPIlY ACT the following deRcrlbed .
I II I o \1'I'rxENS'IIEItFOF; \ i have
each :: : "I limp, i'a, 'Pull'" "' HIP rpiiirni inny I land In Okcpchnbee County, her, noun, HC-I, 111h".1 and ofHclnl seal
I
Klorliln nil) I IIP, offered for sale at
I' 'Inritpr HIIPPPIII and wrvli-o fnr ,
,HiN'Till I ihi,> of .tune. A. I) 11142.HOY .
I public for Die highest, and belt
ti a comp. I II outcry I K. KAUI.EKSON:
j : : I
profit cmih bid subject to the tight of tbe 0krcrhubeeCounty
Clerk of Circuit Court
( I Trnaleea! of the Infernal ImprovementFund
i-ntes. I' : I EXTENSION I Florida
to retcct any and all bldi, at
( Seal
c : UNIVERSITY the Court Home, at 10 A.M. on the I ) _. .
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I 2IMh day of AiiuuHt. 104J KiiMeiiipnt' fur
\ : I Correspondence Institution rand riicht, -of-way 200 feet wide will !
be reserved from any parcel through
"I It I'M ( III-. which, there, la an existing' State Koail.Ileg. YOUR TIRES
--1n/'u.o. I NK: Cur of :N'\VV4; of $W1\. ,
__ __
of the -
runV XI.1 ft 8 4M ft. K: 31.1 ft.
and to nnl 111 1".pAr. myself' for greater X 4'0 ft. SPC 11 Twp 34, Hge.i.1. I
I | ,'" 11uw and' fur 1nrar'r Illce.'.... I : 5iii ncres.mid Need Recapping?
stands: I like to have' v..llr 4N'p"ItP free
with : "" oh"t the Hull I h"v. 'h..k.d I I, Rug ".: Cor of !SU'4 of S\\'i' "
| | Nod I Infornulllon about your "run X 242 fl.V tine ft. S 212 ft,
.tltne ''rlllnlnil. I B 'gnu ft S..1.. 11. Twp. 34, Kge. c." 10 ullr local RuInnitlg Board
::6i:; n acre>. and teen. a ...U61'II'.. Th.1I h....
,,.... IOt.nntYI'J'
Trustues of the internal your II'.. r"11,1 h) Iiumphrips at
.
: I' '." "' t.ur.II".ltlp Improvement Fund of the I 1 opt Plea'.. a fl.m( "lth Fight y"aranl''Io'u
.
o1.'IIIIIII.hl..
'I
\ State of Florida.H.v ,'. the 10..1 of equipment -
ungrmeit Expert
.". nH Ng Bookkeeping liny H. llnulenon Agent Trustees and a r"PIICnUIIII for ."IIU'. dealing.,
I 1 I I. I. Fund Okeechohee County, \\hll IIlIh.lInO"If" .lnodi.' h.hlud cvcrv
: Law I Florida..NOTICK (ping lhey ...11. ..
I I .r(ne":''",.III It u.l ni.<. I.HW I i_ 4 IlIr" .to..k of all .1,.. rubber

Friday ('n.r'I.Of' LIIiMtilp.e tlIlfll.h I OF .\1'I'L\TIO.N I'OKI.KMK now fill III'u" mill OlIn guys Prompterril'e.
: I : ; ; ro IOtI.I.1"1111'" I.AM It pott hnv It Ilre "lIh a
oi the : ; : ,, 'I In Coiirl of County ..ludiri. Slots ufFlorldn. rue tic hunk 1o.11I1f III u' for Inapw -
..
\If.-
u "llon. I bulrpa are IIe sun val-
five likei'choliee ( 11111111';
1'adaP th,. tlrc and inn ke It. give
men to '' / 1'OHltlun _. .. .. I 'lu .re entiilL of Connie StuinioiiB.niliior. I .111 l.furlnry .."I....

will \ ... ._. ._.,..... ... NolliiIK I hereby ulvi'ii to nil whom I tire lYe curry on**the nf In tin t oast.largest new Cull .
'' : t I' Ii limy I'oneern. that Klnn: I'. Slui- Mtnrlt nit *>
General ( : I moos tu tfiinrilimi of Connie Simmons IIM when you need l rt tire nnI'klV
Holland. : : Men are djing for tbs Pour luliior. will on the 2Mli( iln.v "f July I C'dmplotfi Itti-yclp pturfment r.-
Freedoms. The least we can .1. II V.II2. 111'1'1.| | to the Iloiiornlile pairing' pnlnllnir, parts and lar.
l : I I''I'V" "c'liiiel; .1 r.. Coiintv JIIllte In stork of II.0".1 nnt*<| 1.11'1"0! now
The \ : t do here at home Is to buy and,, fur, mild County' nt bin oflli'e lulikeecbolMp nn '
: War Bonds-lO'T. for War \ (In sued .County, at HIn'cliif h.II11'O'U
States ltl'Sl\ESS! WILL BE
I ) thereafter
k n. tu or us HOOII
ian : : Bonds every pay day. I KM HIP, 'mutter; can be heard, for authority ; .\PI'11\1.\1'Im"
to Hell, nt 'iiulilic nr private
i
Corps Is h u ----- I mile: I the Interi-Ht of mill, minor 1 follow HUMPHRIESTIRE

lion t : NOTICE OF l Ing' di'ai" "rihed, rent cHtnlp, In sited,
1oI'I \I. M 4'4TtR'oJU! : dimity' to wit : & RETREADINGCO.
property l1.,- lii bvrpby given that nnnVr 0 I Lois 7 and,, M of yuck 13 Ulvur
directly by Rut hority" of a ilwne made I I slip "I'nrk ,nddlHon to the City of .
entered on Ibo lilh 1 ,tiny nf Jlny. I I ikpwhiilipn.. Knrlibi us per pint,
ol! .in ,, ,\) In HIP t'lri'iilt Court of the Uth ,.iinl nf fI" ,.r,1 \In I II" "HIof, Phone loft; mouth HKI HI..hw.y
Circuit In and for Ikp,'cho. Clcik\ ",1" i In 'HI c'uiirl of Ilkee |
',," Klorliln., In n pertain pnnsi' I i In.I'" '' oiiiinf... Kboldii. III plat FORT PIERCE, FL.\.
;Xni'h '1'. Millar wa, complnln- i I..."'. 'in< n lunge S3
Nod' lli.nr.siinpaiiu; und HIT-
I'Ihllloon| bin wife were ilpfcnd- -
I. HIP unili-nliiiipil NperiaIInM\
will oirer for mile ami ciell at pub
',iun In front of the south door :
I's ('onnl"nrt lloiisif"r Okee ,iky f ?s
County Flnridn. on Mnnday, 4 'nsV.
1 7. 1II4J. the miiuu ln-lug a Itu'li- 4
of lalil Court within the legal ,r4s ,
of Hale, t0-w'It : 11 o'rlopk A. M.
'.' oVIin-k! 1' .M.. nJI ..r that certain s
| | > ulliiiitc' in tin. Count" \ nf
,' ,,',.. state of Florlila and 3' .4t.r'Rxi tdhl' 't)Nr
piirtleuliirlv di-m-rlbeil. im follow! ,
'iiimilior, i-k-veu II') of Mi.ck,' 1 t [
f'l) of llallrond addition to 1 t I ,
( > of OkeiM'holipp' Klorl.lu. 1
L. I- CONRAD
SplX'lllI MllDllT
: i LtI11 11'1,.
.' '" for Coiupliilnaiit.
MayA\ 1II4U.\ ID.1

V 'i I' I' I i' r
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOB TAX nEED
Laws of IBM

(.,. IH hon-hv (flvpn Hint !W. .1.
.. IIIIloJ,-r Of Tax CerllnVntPii No -' ---: --
'. IHHIIIMI the rh iluy of July. .\. + -
111211! : Tin CprilnViitPn No. lillx.!
ll4.! 1HOT. lil.'lt.: lllliO. Itll.llll4.! ,
1117. l 1.1"/ HIP :5th day of Sep
s'r, .\. h. III.-T\ Tux Cprtllleafpa Qlin; ;
.
Siilil' Ii il7.. ".'1'." -(124( 'OL'fl, 01"'.'".
"It'11t: 211.:1.: !1'0": 2093 L'O.W.
. I :;: : 2(1,111.HO.;; : ( : Oli. 2.0'ani; 833 to

( IIIP" Ixsin-d tliH 3rd dnv nf Sep' AIR
'. A. II. 11I2S ; Tax Certificates
IIIMI:t to 1302: I Itll',, i>-2ii;!19. 2IH1 2H42 J
1'-7in. hailed the nth ilnv of CONDITIONEDgQmpAI
'. .\. 0. 112! Tax Certlllc.ites( "
'314, p IDS*, iii2 mid loon' to ireio
buiiieil the 2nd tiny nf .T""". A
1i!'::111'! Tax Cprtlllcntps, No. 1"7. 4'i7
,
il'.li.- |IM.II.I| the 3rd dn.of. Aug-
A. 11. 1IKU: : Tux. C"III"lIt.0"" "I ,
:;, tumid! the (11th ,ilnv nf Juno. A. -
; and Tax Cprtllleatt-. B1fli.! Dependable Service =
'"! 'the 7tli "II)' of .'"11'.1. A. n.
: hna tiled lime. In un <-f
; bus nude application for a Tax Low Fares
to be lulled thereon. Said Cer-
,.. embrace the following do- .
property In the County of
State of Florida, towltlLota Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
1. 2. 7, N. II, 11 and 12.
I ; Lot Hlk. 2 ; Lots 6 to and the North.
lui'. lllk 3. Lots 1 to I Inc mid,
to H It,.., III k. 4 : Lots 1 to 4 Ho"'Uft"
: and, 7. lllk. .1 Lots 5. 0. 10
;
Lv. OKEECHOBEI . 1 40 AM 2'10) PM
11. lllk. II. Lots 1 to A Inc. A' TAMPA . JOIO: AM 155 PM Costs Less than Drivln-
mill 10. I'.lk 7. Lots 2 to M Inc.
A,. LAKELAND . 1:10: AM 150 PM
s: Lots 2 to .1 Inc.. Blk. II. A,. ORLANDO 10 so AM 745 PM Oe ReuerAr.
I I (. 2 tn 4 Inc. .ami H, Blk. 10 : JACKSONYILLE 1.11 PM 11'45 PM W.Y Tr11.Ar. .
i a 1 to 12 h.. .. Hlk. 11 : and TALLAHASSEE . 4 45 PM 1259 AM
I '. 1 to 4 Inc. 0 to 11 Inc., Blk. A' LAKii CITY . 2:21: PM 1:10 AM MIAMI $ 2.10 $ a.BO
I nil being part of Knllrond: Ad IACICSONVIUI 4.40 7.95
,,", n subillvlHloli, ( of \\' >' nf Lv. Lv.OKEECNOES 440 PM 1045 PM. TAMPA 2.ao 4.11
I '.| of HK'i: of $up. 1.1 Twp 37 A. JACKSONVILLE . 1:45: AM 9:15: AM IAKILAND 1.90 a.as
33. ORLANDO 2.S0 4.50
i Lots 1 to 11 IIIP., Blk. 1 ; Lots DIRECT COHHfC/IOHS Ar JACKSONV/LLI. fAUA. TALLAHASS" '.6S 10.20
to 11 Inc., Blk. :2 ; Lots 1 fo 10 HASSff AND IAKI CITY WITH DRrrHOUHO LINeS LAKI CITY 4.35 7.1'
I ( ... Hlk :i. Lot 1 tn 3 Inc.. II to lea AU POINTS NORTH AND WilT ATLANTA. I.as 15.0'
Inc., Blk. 4, all being part of .
MACON 7.15 12.90
of
subdivision
Park a
) I feu/hb.enJ-Ooln1 VALDOSTA '.a. '.6'
\\ of N E'tI of :N; F.14' of Sec' .
(
(|. Twp. ;17. Itgp. 35: Lv.OKEECHOBEI . 4.40 PM 10'45 PM 51RMINOHAM' .SO 17./0
W (4 of SEH nf KWU : E'of Ar. MIAMI" . 1.50 PM 2:30: AM Haw ORLIANI 11.20 20.2'blur.'ft

\\, of $W'j : 8'"i of4 of CHICAGO ::: 32.50
: :
: \V" .f -'"'. -\v nf NU'V, NEW YORK CITY 25.50I.
I I SXVli ; NK i of 11\\1 \ of SWH--' I.,. MIAMI" . 1000 AM 2.00 AM .
I 'i .if SWI' if SW' >4- SW'l' of A. OKEECNOIE6 . 2:10: PM 1.40AM
"'4 of 8W j : XW4 "f ".:'4 I
I NIJi' nf SWU' : nnd, NH of
\\'' of "\\' ', of !lWI4. all he.I T. H.NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION ,
I |iart of Sec.u0: Twp. 37, Rile.I .
I :\, ponta Inlng 102Inor"., more I II II I
h.... I
asspmment of said property in- Isno
mid Cerfltlpnteii Issnoil was In the !
.. of: Dr. B. E..tlaohrnokt! Henry
; Nancy Law ; Georgo Dudlev' !: r
'" Jpnklns ; J. T. I'rldgen : KHaa
.Ininpn Prldgen ; Wash Man-
; L. I,. Wdigate./ S.! J. A: A. .T. parole r
: I). It. Blake E. It. Wright : Z..
Slinmoni rnknnwn : 11. 11. Pod
; F. K Hoffman Paul It. Dank
; 7. T. Aluobrook : A. J. Bowler.
K. Jackson ) M. C. Connor, J, )
ChrlHipnson : Sol' Cottons: Emma
.. : 15. Ksndcrs' F, W. Jncksoni I ii '
Bradley : Edltb A. Mu'lcri I
.,. Hmik nail Trust (0.1.A Jen
.. on.J. C. nroover and 11. 1:. Chris.

sold Certificates ahull bo rn-
according' to law, property de 4 I D
therein shall he sold to the
I bidder" st tbe Conrtboose doe '

I the flrst Monday It) the month ol .







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FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1942 THE OKEEUIOBEE NEWS PACE THREELocal

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,t! Laughlln Jr., son of Mrs. R. E.I I f ? + i American Air Forces caused heavy

I McLaughlin of Okeechobee stationed damage to enemy docks and port

i with Medical Detachment Let- Too Late To ClassifyHy I A Week of the War I installations at Tobruk Benghazi

HappeningsEDITORIAL terman Hospital, San Francisco, Suda Bay and Crete.

I California Entered the United Kmnnmry (>f Infurmnllnn on Wpk tint I| President Roosevelt said Admiral
III NXKLI. Is.tYr.q.r j llnimrtiint 1..v"I"I.i nf thin
States Army In February 1941. I Mail Anillulilf bjr Ofllrlnl Hnnrcen j William D. Leahy, former U. S

I }r..ae v4 roe F4 r..a, o,:..>>:"'''':--MM' :'' _:MM :MMM:'':'_:' ambassador to Vichy France, has
TELEPHONE NUMBER 80Representative '
: Boatswain's Mate Second Class i been called back to active duty to

i Harold W. Wilkerson, son of Mr. Commissioners of Highlands like The U S. overall output of serve as chief of staff to him as

Ok- those of many another county In 0 planes tanks ships, guns and am- Commander
and Mrs. R. H. Singletary of Chief of the Armed

; and Mrs. W. J. !, HONOR ROLL I eechobee, aboard the U. S. Battle- the state confronted with the try I munition during June was nearly Forces. Gen MacArthur reported

., Hendry and eon Bill, and Mrs. John -0Continued ship Nevada stationed somewhere ing problem of raising sufficienttax three times that of last November from Australia that the new 2,500-

t e Duncanson, spent Tuesday and ( from 1) I In the Pacific. Entered the United revenue to meet operating costs ,. the month before Pearl Harbor, man Japanese invasion force landed
page found that either the millage would
t Wednesday of this week In Tampa. States Navy In April 1937 i War Production Chairman Nelson In the Buna-Ambasl-Gona area
z. -0- I I stationed at the Naval Air Station'at p have to be Increased which meant .1 reported. Mr. Nelson stated, however In New Guinea on July 22 has been

A Dave Evans left on Friday of < j I Opaloka Fla. Enlisted In the Sergeant Major Douglas Cassels imposing additional burden on those I "too much boasting about ,I subjected to such damaging raids
United States Navy In December [ who collect a substantial. '
paid or
t *. last week for the Bahama Islands of Okeechobee stationed with. I production progress Is altogether that few if any Japanese ships

; 4. where he has accepted a position .1940. | Headquarters Squadron 11th Replacement ,| amount of the delinquent taxes premature-the biggest part of the are left In the vicinity of the invasion -

.;. with a construction crew. 1 e Depot of General Mac- then on the books 1 Job Is still ahead. Any letup now The Navy announced 17

Sergeant Julian Morrison son of II Arthur's forces In Australia. Entered ] The prospect of collecting was I he said, "would mean years more more United Nations merchant ves-
; Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee anything but promising, based on thousands'I
of war and hundreds of
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves i the Army In December 1941. eels have been lost to enemy submarines -
stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. He !\ j the experience of other counties \ more lives. I
were visitors spending Sunday In ;, .
..n :Fort Pierce where they visited Mr 1 1 enlisted In the United States ArmyIn i Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. where delinquent accounts had been I Chairman Nelson, as an Index of ARMY
I II the summer of 1940 turned over to "special tax attor estimated -
and Mrs. C. A. Reeves and family. \ Potter of Okeechobee, aboard the I the Nation's productive effort j The nine army corps areas were

-0'- I I U. S. Battleship Washington Enlisted neys". Such an arrangement served -|, that approximately 38 percent reorganized and renamed "ServiceCommands"
Private Virgil Sutton son of Mrs. only to dissipate receipts In of the U. S.'s record breaking
Mrs. J, D. Wiggins left yesterday In November 1941. I The reorganization
'Claudlo Sutton of Okeechobee sta- | exhorbltant fees and court costs,
s Income during the first six monthsof
for her home In Bradenton i will further decentralize the operation -
tloned with the United States Army the but a few cents ,
leaving county this went Into
year military
after spending the past two weeks I I Private First Class George Reich- | of Services of Supply activity
somewhere In the Pacific. He en- on the dollar as Ita share. channels. This he said I '
compares
In Okeechobee having been called ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of I and eliminate duplicating facilities. -
listed In the Army In March 1941, Smart "tax dodgers" who let to the 50 to 75 per cent of total
here on account of the Illness and Okeechobee stationed with the Infantry War Secretary Stlmson
death of her uncle J. A. Paul. She 0 i at Fort Benning, Georgia. their taxes ride found that they ; Income being spent by Great Brit- said 28.000 jaundice cases developed
H. H. (Sparky) Osteen son of could depend on buying the Ian and .
property Germany.The
was accompanied home by her Entered the Army In March 1941 o among Army personnel In the. U.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of sold at the courthouse
back. when War Production Board announced -
Paul will I --- -- between 1
aunt Mrs J. A. who -- S. and abroad January
Fort Pierce but former residents of IN TUB riucrrr COURT OK TAm door for a few cents on the It will concentrate pro
spend some time there before returning NINTH jruiruT. ('IKCUIT OF and July 4, apparently due to the
Okeechobee. with the United States ( I dollar. Attorneys who received a duction civilian in certain -
of goods
to her home on Eagle Bay TUB 14'I'.19'k OK KlllldllA I..INU I ; use of >Pllow fever vaccine. Sixty-
-o- Air Corps, Foster Field Texas. En Putt oKKui'iiom.H ror.vrv.: KI.OU- juicy flat fee for every suit filed, t plants and regions as much as two deaths resulted. "There has

tered service In August 1941. : IMA. I'HAM'Kin.; ; : plus ten percent cared nothing possible. The board said as a general -
Tolley BASS District Maintenance I CUHeOil.: MII : been a change in the form of yellow -
Supervisor for the State Road De s r I "1'1':>1>1.\111' I I.. 11(11.l.A.Mi.; liOVKUN; : : about returns to the county or the rule small plants will be kept fever vaccine now used which
I'
Private James V. Cousart, son of (011 OK TUB "STA'IK' "K KI.OIUIlX. injustcle the vicious "system" im- .n civilian production and large will
partment, was a visitor here Wed I.J :M. COMI'TlloU.lilt (ft" SAIll the Surgeon General thinks
morning. the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs. 1 STATB, J. KUWIN; LAIIXON.: T11KAS- posed on the honest taxpayer. plants will be required to suspend eliminate the whole trouble," Mr
nesday Marlon V. Cousart of Okeechobee 'HI.:1t UK SAIli SIATK 1 1. 'lo. 1
commissionersdidn't Civilian -
county civilian
Highlands production. production
I of
-0- WAISCIV 1 .'I"I'IIU"'HSI': : ;II.\I. Stimson said. Director Hobby
Mrs. W. H. Russell returned to stationed with Medical Corps at I OK HAW STATE H"SA\ '1'I"UN: I want to raise the millage; will be restricted or suspended the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

Camp McCoy, Miss. Enlisted In the MAYO, COMMISSION: !':!II OK AltlItTl.TI they didn't want to resort to the in regions where labor Is'
\
her home here last Friday after Ills: OK "SAIH STA'IK.\ n. ..mil'ciiliHtltillliiK said 20 companies of 150 women
spending two weeks with friends Army In April. 1942.. ; th' ''rill'STKK: !OK '1'1111IN'I'ERNAI. ; I UHprofltiable and unSatls.actory"special urgently needed in war plants or each will be trained by the end of
I I.MIMioVBMBVr: \I'M NH
and relatives In NeOrleans.. 1 OK" TUB !HT.UK: 01" (KI.OUHiA, tax attorney" method. Butthey -vhere power shortages are llkelji'o this year and 25,000 women will be
-0-- Corporal Ray Bass son of Mrs. I I."riiiitinK. had to do something so tney) occur. trained by April 1943

Angle Bass of Okeechobee.. In Coast Invited a of local civic leaden
Tip Marsh has returned to his .1. it tiKv.v.NK: .AM Ai.irK, IIDVA.NKhi : : : group \JIONING T.GTlOSSD PROFITS
home In Miami after spending .sev Artillery stationed at Camp Davis will-. 1"1'101111.I business men and taxpayers to Price Administrator: Henderson The House passed and sent to
N. C. Enlisted In the service In M1TKK: TO Vri'KAKM sit In with them and discuss the gasoline counter
eral days here the first of the Vl'i: nK\ Fl.olUl\ reported coupon the Senate the War Revenue Bill
January 1942. ,.. (In.V problem. feiters had been peddling bogus
week To: .1. It. ( \ and All. estimated to yield about $6,300 million
.
I Io r r ,1111" his wlfo, whose n i sod in nil ,parllrs'InnohF InMI.I providing
Mrs. Clara Walker arrived In Sergeant Lawrence Arrlngton,, I h.l. (1111'11"1<1&, timlcr UP iiuiiiiiNi and passed the troublesome these "saboteurs attacking our war and surtax Income rate on corpora-

Okeechobee last Friday from Jasper son of C. C. Arringtxm of Okeechobee .wife!. li., sir Ih.Vnni-..111..1'I mill, us AlliilirVim heirs oVrliwi,'. bin, buck to the fellows who In the end program" will be prosecuted tions and a 90 percent excess profits

Michigan, and Is spending this In the Infantry with the United KlHIltt'HH.. IIKMlVlHH'*. lri'llUortrilHttMW would have to pay the bills. Thecommis.lont'rs promptly and vigorously.All lax. Treasury Secretary Morgan-

week here with relatives and States Army stationed at Fort or oi>.Nr rliilmnntx h>. I Ihmimli. nod AlliiIifV.ini' ,- : were playing safe persons found to be in pos thau however said a tax program

Jackson, S. C. "Enlisted in Army In nr iiKnlupt .1. I U fVnni and They were "behind the 7-ball" and session of the counterfeit books he additional

friends. ur i'lihiiof ''h 'lu. uuu l I. not of less than $78 million of
January 1941. known in lie ili-iHl. "i,' nllit linn nilImiliiH they wanted some good company. said are liable to have their regularly revenue would be Inadequate.
hnlux) "r i !.ilmiiiC| 1i" liuvc. innrliiht. I
:R. M. (Dick) Durrance, .termer 1111.! ,"I lnti'ii-i In tin' i 1"1'1'1'| It is ail ficult to gather together Issued ration books either "special privileges": tax exemption

resident of Okeechobee and 'several Enoch Walker son of Mr and hwnitn ili'M-rluiMl.\ a group of representative citizens revoked or withheld. Because of for state and municipal securities

years chairman Of the Bawd of Mrs. Hulon Walker of O"keechobee jmrtt'1,11' I** hiTfliy cud' tin' iinliTi'il, ,unknown, Him jMt-lli-Hit. ,known nririiniii.il I and taxpayers without assembling! delays In obtaining gasoline ration- exemption from taxation of 27'4

Commissioners but who now serving with the Submarine | too, tilt. thi tr miwiUMiH'| )n ', some level headed straight thinking Ing coupon books, the OPA said percent of income from oil wells
County Forces somewhere In the PacificTie I Iht' iilii-, |P"" ." .11"1In t thl'* I'ciiirt' ,mi I
Individuals whose busness end sell gasoline
now resides! near Marianna. arrived or, lii'tinv thiTill' iliiy i of .."I't'.r.A. | service stations may and mines. and separate Incometax
In Okeechobee last Friday and Is enlisted In the United States D. I'.if.\ tlic, nature. of \\hlHi Inv personal experiences have taught on a "Coupon Credit" basis until returns by married couples.
In 1937. ,IN On1 fur,*. <>iiiir"' of n coal
Navy May p P"1ing
spending two weeks here visiting irife' Uiuii| tin Htilil '011 volute tli'urrllivU them to tackle any problem with midnight July 31. The House Naval affairs committee -

relatives and friends. nn follown. to.\\11. common sense and sound judgment. The OPA increased tire and tube after Investigating 40.000
I Private 'Woodrow Walker young From rln lliuH'ock lui'iiinli'r forfli couldn't it shouldbe and said 98,000 "
_- our, nf KiM'llon \ They see why quotas for August contracts said! 95 percent of the
>r nIl0'\: '
Mr. and Mrs Eddie Beeves and est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Tiiwunlilp" :IM Felt h. linuiri' !lu F.itMt.Hi any more difficult: for a political bicycles will be made available for war contractors are doing an honest

two children will leave Sunday for Walker, Sr. of Okeechobee, now .run>South,\Viit Hlilc mi, Nnd nr L.'iiilnii 01"ntf,, liiiAnu'I'nlnt k subdivision to collect its debts than rationing in August as compared) and effective Job and receiving

their home in Winter Garden after serving at the Induction Station at iiiiMiiiilfi'', II in' 'Ins) Tii't, to 1",111't of {I for a private business to do so. If with 45.000 in July. The office only fair and reasonable profits,"

two weeks here with Mr 'i.' Camp Blandlng, Starke, Fla. Entered lificliiiiliiK. Thini'norili" : n drvxrr the etceourlts were just and the said only trucks engaged In serv the being 8 percent. .
Ht
IVl'tVl> average
spending States In "'s I I'" \\>Ht. Kl I
United
and Mrs. John Chandler and Mr. the Arms :\i.lli ,lei>t. Sontli, II i .,.Icui'i"lit' gnat: I claims were good, It ought to be ices essential to the war effort! or SCRAP SALVAGE CAMPAIGNS: '
May 1942.: I !Mts3 fret t,. Hini'ni'k Uii'iimlerI those \vho will be
easy particularly when public health and safety the
Roosevelt reported
Reeves.CARD President
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Vernon
and Mrs. I II.'. Tin wi-, Hiinili, '1 ili>itrpH ISIS
-0- j KIIHI. lisr.J r.'.'te rust :lull 1 Met toiM'Inl owed would either have to pay or pntitled to recapped or new tires recent scrap rubber collection drive
I Private Robert c. White son of of lircliiiiliiif. fiiiiliilnlni' ; lose their after 28 under a drastic revis n
OF THANKSWe : property. July added 454.000 tons to the government's -
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)I'ss
Mr. and Mrs M. E. White of Okee- 4.W R'r'O mare r
I mill, I 1"111" In .Si'rltidi\ .'. Tov liMhlpiv "Maybe the property Isn't worth) ion of the tire rationing regula stockpile-exclusive of rubber
Jchobee I stationed with the United
and : M."III. 1 iiiiiiKc: :i5 I'UM.' I'mtnu of lions The OPA published names
extend our thanks Individual still at service
small
wish\ to Stares' Army In California. Her Ikr'v iniltiH. xtiiio I ol' Fliirlila.IMINE the taxes ventured one in piles
to the people ofT 111\11'111'\1\ at ok.hn commissioners and addresses of field representatives and dealers WPB
appreciation I : AMI I who understood 'that some stations junk
1042:
n entered the its March
. I I Okeechobee for th Wndness and i fAnny. h,'.. okni'chohoi' of'*Jlnly.t'ountv A., I I'yioriiiii. 1IM3 IHI. contended this to be the who may be called upon by Chairman Nelson asked state and
the :31llh ilHT
sympathy during the recent illness I j H. HOT B. tULTI.KRilOX, case and termed the delinquent tire dealers recappers truck operators local governments to lend their
I John Rcichert, son of Henry
rmirt.W tires for
rtrrnlt of
clerk and other
husband and that nobody users andorkel'S to local salvage
and death of our Reichert of Okeechobee stationed ) a''I|'|hYllln l'rilt.11.llrj.W.v Items "cats and does" trucks
Paul. We especially; I Cluffc aid in solving poblems arising under committees to help transport scrap
uncle J. A. 1 with the Coast Guard In Maryland. wanted anyhow.

want to express our thanks for the I Entered the service In June 1942. I II I ,1'h'rUllhurt, 1'r'pnly os9U'Clerk I But hard headed practical busl- t the rationing regulators RENTS! material collections before winter
'\XIMUM: PRICES AND
steel furnaces going
sets in. To
beautiful! flowers I I ness men were not satisfied vlth keep
MRS.. A. PAUL : Staff Sergeant Jake Reichert son i- -- i[ that explanation. True they didn't Price Administrator Henderson at full capacity more than 150,-

MRS. J. D. WIGGINS i 1 of Henry H Reichert of Okeecho- iI )00 rIE 0 jAPII trjvnoNTtX IPO'la. know. They may or may not have reported "Government controls of 000 freight cars will be required to
where In
I T> Xm prices and rents they are iron and steel most of
V bee stationed with the United I seen the delinquent tax list as advertised carry scrap
J .
L-l f IV35Ntitkv effect are doing a good job of holdIng -
Christianity Is not a theory or States Marines somewhere in the lit hiivliflviui, I Unit 1HI! I" '.- In the local paper but that which must be moved by trucks to

speculation, but a. life; not .a philosophy Pacific. Entered the service In cott. holilir ur '1'.. ,'..rllth'"',,. ::0.. o.I:ilami didn't tell them much of anything down prices but uncontrolled rail points.
the IKI .dui of \ .iu1'i'r. food are showing a definite
:a i.l. Imiir-d prices
and *
life extended the tin sal-
ofUe, but a 1931, .\. U'M.'\ :, unil,, \ TuVrillli iin" > I with descriptions for the most part The WPB
living process.-Coleridge. i x.a.: lnHiifil Ilii- 4th iliiy of July. .\. listed as "unknown" and a brief; Inflationary tendency. He said vage program to 104 cities in ad-
D. 1WIS. IIHI nlt"1| 'Miiicin my order : him "the total cost of food to city families
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VBy dition to 36 metropolitan areas
------- First Class Machinist Eugene M. nada appllcatisi for t Tux Deed to beIxHUIMl legal description of the property

every part x>f our nature we Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese 'HllTi "" lull r..|11I"lIt"H IMIIlinit'H such as "lot 1. block 4" or "Rangethis advanced by 13 percent between previously announced because de-
.after foUwH'Infr Hrrllii'l l "iirntirrtvin May 15 and June 15 continu
the
clasp things above \1S, one 1-Upuhegrove of Utopia stationed the County nf 'Qknchobm! '8t&te of and Township that." tinning plant capacity requirements
the
the trend
ing steady upward of
another rot for the sake of remaining States Coast Guard to-vlt: hale been Increased from 250,000to
United norlda '
with the list
| So asked to see the tax
.s\V ,i'or !i"-,'. they previous 15 months and offsettingthe
take .hold but lli'tr\ rvm >'d.I( : of 500.000 tons. The board said
where we .at Mobile, Alabama Entered the N 11"I.\ |.. W2II with and plat book they ,
i I .'>1. run L'1: i-iln and a map benefits of price control on all
W. \
that we may go iiigher. H. service in September 1939. yIN| M K": }.rile lo, Hii| .SIT.. rot down TO brass! tacks and were the government will requisitionfrom
Beecher ;!'V Twp.. Ji:: It,-; -K71: ',, mr s foodstuffs covered by the general Junk dealers all useless auto-
mud, astonished 'to find that hidden behind regulation."
V Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming, son Ita'ir 'ls"i .' .1.!! > d' (v 'iron' "' those innocent appearing list mobiles-those; that cannot be repaired -
of N tin, viU.V Mr. Henderson said housewives
"Vil"
doctrine g'r."I. It ? U basis to
the ran on a practical -
reading Okecchobee,
After of Mrs. Ida of .
Ming H Kir; Mix to lti feel \ 2"Jll .Ml. and other members of the buying
Plato, Socrates, or Aristotle, we stationed at Camp Croft, Spartens- as, T"I'. ".'i liin'i: : value properties worth many maintain the present peak movement
public will acquire the legal right,
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that the specific difference between S. C. He entered the AI'my' ttrrHR.mill of automobile scrap to mills.
berg, I tlmvs the small amount of
Christ's Is the difference ,, many beginning July 31 to bring civil On the basis of a questionnaire to
their words and July 1940. lli-li\ NK: fnr of SK.i:' f iWH.rim taxes outstanding against them .
between an Inquiry .and .a <* S lei yd.I \v :aai: yI', >; Ml.ul 'n'its for damages against any store- 350 firms the board estimated 100mlJlon
Parker, .. \E: U"jn' >,!I. "''< i1:". Twti' a:,. properties that were bringing In keeper who charges more than OPA of essential chemicak -
revelation.-Joseph Private .Robert son .of Mrs.. pounds
Ming
It'c.:: 7 sea's.The good Income office buildings
I
[emulations permit. The purchaserIs
rtj unilerllll be realized in the next
of said Tfop could
__ __ _-i._. ___ Ida Ming of Okeechobee new stationed u..lm..t ., buildings theatresbraring ,
.__ __ < Vl'lltll, 'i', Is- ,I'I'I" ,I- I I'll ,11I" stores, bank entitled to recover $50 In damages
manufacturers of
if
18 months war
with .the Infantry Jn .Los f Siiiiinnlliii, 1'ihli'i-liMI. mss: ) :: Ciirnllni'limil. swanky residences.
groves
plus attorney's fees I tripleHie
1..1111',1"\ -. or equipment began now to recover
Angeles, California He entered the KM: :
Gilbert Theatre I I'nli'HH y-ilil "lVrtllliiitc'. nhnll htro! Why here was opportunity: here amount of the overcharge plusattorney's wasted spray paints.
In 1942. tieiirlhi.il -
Army February. I h'PnieI Rrourflluy therein .h to>l1 taw toe, property told t. the was a gold mine. They had been ( fees, whichever is larg'r.SIm1l8r -----V--

OKEECHOBEE blflirit, lilililor lit the Cnnrthnuie floor looking for some safe place to Invest suits may be filed in de E. RL200 ENROLLED nits
Jimmie son of Mr. and nontb nt..
Finger, on the first Mender: tM their worrying about tense rental landlords
money areas against .
FOE
lili-li l. I 1I1f' Till liny FLORID SOUTHERN COM
Mrs. Q. C Finger of Fort Myers, a n d| nilii, r. I'll.1: <
"f Kept'nlhrr. V.ifj.linli'il the stock market and dwindling who collect rents above those
but former residents of Ok ech.obee. | hli 17th doe ,ol I l I'll'i! I'.il:1':
> > at home
dividends when right here permitted by OPA orders. The of Enrollment
RAri.EIISON.I'lnrk Lakeland July 29 iFNS) -
States ROY II
stationed with United Navy
FRIDAY & SATURDAYALICE ; I'lri-nlt, Court, they could Invest a few hundred floe reported It has designated 370 for the second session of
Norfolk
at Va.. tcli-i nit ('n"r! arell dollars !In a tax rertlflcaet and be areas as defense rental areas and the Florida Southern College 1942:

FAYE BETTY GRABLEIn assured of eight percent on their by August 1 rent regulations will be summer term approached the 200
Jerrell
Private First Class R. B.
Investment with security to burn. clan effective in 94 of these areas mark last week as registration wascompleted.
Jerrell of Okee-
of Mrs. T. M
son Furthermore they could make suchan Agriculture Secretary Wickard Florida
Nearly sixty
chobee, stationed with pursuiti f* CMICB kRIAw
Investment as a patriotic citizen announced a price adjustment and
communities are represented! in the

Tin Pan Alleyand i I Group Murac, at California Murac Bombing Entered Field service at \. .1..v.I as means of insuring lower subsidy program designed to ease present student body in addition to

I In 1942. 1 taxes for themselves and all other the t'mporary'6hol'tage of meats in more than a score of students from

-and- February I IPI'lvate j. honest taxpayers Eastern states and some parts of states other than Florida.

I y J,666 "There's answer" said the the Midwest. The OPA asked live- ---V---
your
MONTGOMERYIn of
Rufus O. Jerrell, son I
r business executive. "All you need stock and meat packing industries
Zane Gray'sLast Mrs. T M. Jerrell of Okeechobee
I do la advertise those properties and 1 to maintain a supply of meats In Tea per cent of your Incomela

i with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- i explain to the people of this county all normal trade channels rather War Bonds will help tG
In
of the DuansAlso fee Arkansas. Entered service what amazing Investment opportunities than concentrate shipments to large t build the plant and tanks
March 1942.:
I ; they represent. There Is cities where telling prices are rela- that will Insure defeat of Hitler

Cartoon that folks tively high and hi, Aiii, partners.MITI4K .
here
: News & plenty of money are
of
Private Norris L. Jerrell son BICYCLESWe I
anxious to invest""Don't THE WAR FRONT
Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, i, I 1 :
.. with the Medical Detachment stationed I'i Just list property by the j I The Navy reported U S. submarines 11)Ctk''f.I'uhl'C<: "'.iinit.t.' Klurlilii. duty! js.

SUNDAY & MONDAY I at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia have a 1aree: stock of legal description. Take a display In far Eastern waters have 13..iilH'E. .IS HKKKBY: : J1VKX 'l'hlt

Entered service in January 1941. ad, just as a real estate man would < sunk another Japanese destroyer, purniiuut fnn. n f to f'liirlilii.Section Act U, ut I'ji7 i'hniter: known h:1I6.i

CHARLES LAUOHTINIn j I both the New Victory I do. Point out the location, Improvements a medium-sized tanker three cargo thu JiritMir ACT the fuilu",11I1I de

Private Roy Delmar Conerly son I Bicycles and regular mod- I and other advantages I ships, and possibly a fourth cargo tribal Kl'irliln.:\ will Ittiul ho\In ofYcrpij okptcbohee.fur. Sale County,

of Mrs. J. W Conerly. Miami formerly els. Go to local rationing I and then show how you can Invest ehlp. The Navy said all of its large II I,. "tit,.". for the highest mil hcxf>t pub-cash
Tahitiwith your '
Tuttles of of Okeechobee stationed at ? I $743.8"' at 8 percent interest with 'submarines I are being fitted with !,of lil.l.)the mih.liH-t I Internal to (bo mvemsnte TruotiH'n

Camp Welters Texas. He entered board secure a I a 'bank building for security, of cameras designed to fit over the ..Iuuis".mor end ill blcli it the Knnd Court to

JON HALL PEGGY DRAKE I the United States Army In March certificate; and we will] be $128.29: secured with a theatre." ',, eye:; piece of the periscope to record Hcptcinhpr" Hi 1111 A.1.:.'. i.RniH'infiit:on tbll ilnl ilur of
Also: New It Cartoon The county commission and the the results of submarine attacks on for rnjul
1942. glad to fill your needs.HUMPHRIES I rlvnr--war 1'UO ton wlil sill\ lie r.
I school board of Highlands county the enemy Maj. Oen. Lewis H. 'i, wrvpil, from any punvl through which

Private James W, Conerly son of decided to try the plan. Each stand- Bereton. Commander of the Air.I, IlipnIn I a.[ nu:3, 4 exlxtlnu, A Hut] t fl,htute hunk lloinl.1. K.iml

ing half the cost of the advertIsIng Forces In the Middle East, said ranks snl !>\lv. n purl nf Xl-i: ,
formerly
Attractions Miami
Coming : Mrs. J, W. Conerly, TIRE & RETREADING IIf.t:1f.: : of *H!. STwp.. !1".
listed In the I
33 I
properties were
of Okeechobee .. stationed with tit" n.vTIM'H'IKK:
They Died With Their Boot On the United States Army In Iceland. COMPANY first ad. Did the tax collector doa there first. And the county gets ; IIP< TUB 1NTEHXAI.:; .
JMl'KOVKMKXT:
a One Foot In Heaven He entered service In August 1941 South Dixie Highway Phone 139 landofflce business? Ill say he ALL the money the honest Uvjpayer J I I.. R OF Ft'ND FI.OIUUA OK TR4s9TA'I

Joan of Ozark did I A lot of folks darn near the full benefit.Congratulations -1!, '"y'lloyit. Ki'ilemnn, Agent Tniiten I,

"-. ; Staff Sergeant Robert E. Mc- Ft. Pierce sprained their ankles trying to get Highlands! -I I fund Okeecbobe Count, Florid.
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We want to again call the attention of our

readers to the fact that we are still working on

our list of Okeechobee boys who are in the
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Armed Forces of the country and while we

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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service of their country.

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If you have not turned in the name and

I. address of those in your family who are now

in the service be sure and do it without further -
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delay so that we may complete our list ,

as soon as possible.
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Every person in Okeechobee County is
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ing men but we can not get it complete

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