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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 23, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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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BoysIn HE IS FEELING AS GOOD :I i: HIN:> THE NAVYFULLER Gilbert Donaldson


Various CampsAt AS COVLU BE EXPECTEDWe 'C* About New Senatorial District Charles Hargraves

received a card this morning I

I Home & turn W. R. (Bill Page who is in -
Abroad lampa und rilni medical treat : The following article appeared in last Sun In Wreck Wed. Nile

mcnt Ui which he says he is get 1:: day's Miami Daily News and was prepared by

Private Clark Hancock who is ui* along as good as could be exrected. ''t Cecil R. Warren, political writer for that paper, Gilbert Donaldson- was seriously

stationed with the United States He says he Is still alive and 1 Opposition to the 1943 legislative plan for Injured and Charles Hargraves
Army Air Forces In Texas spent kicking and wished to be remem- :
several enato1' redistricting in Florida is gaining mo- bruised end scratched up in an au
days here the first of the Bred to all.Turpentine.
: : mentum. tomobile wreck that
occurred In
week. He left Wednesday for F'ol.tMeHde V-- .
where he will spend several Authors of the plan may deem it strange front of the city hall Wednesdaynight

days with his mother ,before returnIng Plays I that this opposition is coming from an >area they, when during the car the driven blackout by at Charles 9:30:

to camp. He has been in the Part In Wartimei ] perhaps, intended the plan should benefit. : Hargraves ran head on into an
army one year and this Is his first
of :
Rumblings in
furlough. 'I: displeasure are reported army truck that was parked.

I J Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties. The consti- Charles and Gilbert had been to

Jackson Davis who Is stationed I i Washington letter to the tutional amendment! for redistricting, if adopted : the Gilbert Theatre and as they
New York Herald-Tribune). were leaving the
show
the air raid
at Camp Branding spent Wednesday would slice Osceola and Okeechobee coun- .

here with his "'Ue. He had I. Irrespective of Its wartime, soap ties from the district now comprising them and ;L alarm sounded as they were going
rule, rosin it going to war In a big t, home. At the red light near the
been confined to the hospital l at I way. A recent U. S. Departmentof :;: St. Lucie, Martin and Indian River counties, j Southland Hotel Chief of Police
Camp Wheeler. Hobe Sound and I
'Us en his way back to Camp ; Commerce report showed that ;:t making a new distirct of the two counties. WARREN I Evans saw Charles parked and told

Standing following his recovery. i I i nearly every American shell for al I :A Broward county would constitute a separate him to go to his air raid station
!
|I lied armies> goes to war coated with senatorial district, and Gulf and Calhoun counties Jacksonville, July 20 (Special) in East Okeechobee and he started
A mixture of rosin and wax, and I ; E Fuller Warren local lawyer who for his station. When he reachedthe
Johnnie
LlghUey who is stationed ,
| :?i: would be paired for creation of another dis-
at the Naval Air Babe at Opa-I tint army air corps specificationsrequlre was sworn in yesterday as a lieu city hall Fire Chief Newt

Loka spent the week end here with I rosin for all air craft vamI I _:i: trict. ;!I: tenant 'cj. g) in the USNR when i Stewart had stopped two army

his parents Mr. and Mrs. Van h. :Many regular uses for this [ .:<: Some Okeechobee county leaders are i: asked for a statement declared: "I 1 trucks and told them there was a

LJght y. 11| -a\al stores product, as for paper! )'I _|:;: against this sort of arrangement, foreseeing that j have nothing, absolutely nothing blackout and one of them pulled

siring, paints, varnishes core Oils t:$:;:: with Okeechobee having but about one fourth :ii: u, wy except that I am glad, to be off to one side of the road while

Tech. Sergeant Ray Baas spent for foundry castings, cements, pol- s finally in the armed forces of our the other was stopped in the street
$:!: the! vote Osceola has, Okeechobee would have ]
:
several days the first of the fishes, adhesive, and the like also : country. headed west and the car with
weed I :: chance for senate seat. As member of :
here with his mother and sbter. have been stepped up. Large volumes I I ::?; mall a a j I "From) the beginning of the war Charles and Gilbert in it collided

Mrs. Angie Bass and Miss Alice' of naval stores are being I I .i'$::;: the five-county galaxy Okeechobee has a i t.I j.: I I have felt I should be in it. I have with the truck head on.

Bass before leaving for decision shipped under lend-lease to Great L" '$::: chance to join one or more of the other counties :'j:: |, been trying to get in since Dec. 20 The car was badly damaged and

and other places where he is spending Britain. ; :%:::; in choosing a senator. Broward county energetically j|: 11941 when I volunteered for service Charles suffered several bruises

Ills furlough. Ray is now sta- ( Rosin which most of us think of :::: sought a senator at both the 1941 end 1943 :'j:: |Iin the army. Since then I have while Gilbert was thrown against
tloned at Fort Fisher. N. C. (u the powdery stuff used to keep : i been rejected four times twice In the windshield. When the car stop-
i prize fighters from slipping -on the ,|, :a|:;: legislative sessions and will undoubtedly stand :j!f: I I I the draft and twice as a volunteer. ped the right hand front door was

Mrs. Alpha Ming returned to her'' pugilistic canvas or that the virtu i I':|:::: firmly for adoption of the amendment :l]: I I1 am fretful( and glad that one open and Gilbert was laying on the

home here this week after spending eso rubs on his bow while the or | :$:!,: St. Lucie county oppositionists and some of ::1 Ijj:: branch of the armed service finally floor with his head partly out of

some time with her husband who''' theatre. tunes up is now taking on I :$::: those of Okeechobee county are against the plan :l i_: had the sense to accept a good the door and was found to be suffering

U stationed at Carolina Beach N I an Industrial chore more Important i I :::::: for two reasons' 1-The measure is just another .| man. from a severe cut on his

c. !I Io to the public than any of the 230 .:: avoid fair and conscientious :_:: "T.:> those who wonder why, with right arm besides the head wound.
) $ to re-
: political ruse
0 0 '''odd less dramatic which it'I' : l:: election to the Governprship next Dr.
uses to Dudley was summoned and
will leave i :%:::: districting 2. -If the plan is accepted it will :jj:: I
Lloyd Lightsey today i has been put by industry for many I : ;: year practically in the bag and a after the bleeding was stopped he

to return to the Navy subchaser years Rosin. It appears. is pushing :'i::: mean that all hopes for fair apportionment must ::|!;:, lucrative law practice that grows was carried to the Fort Pierce hos

which he Is stationed aboard near forward as the country's best bet to I :;K::: be shelved until 1955 ;:$::: 'more lucrative all the time, I am pital lor treatment.

Miami after spending a ten day | forestall a national war time soap ::::1 1; If the I amendment 1 is adopted 1 t 1, a provision in :$!:: entering the Navy I would like to He was given a blood transfusion
furlough here with his parents Mr. shortage. I .I i say that any man 4vho places poll yesterday morning Rev. D. O. Al-
further efforts at
j: it will prevent legislative redistricting .:;
and Mrs Van Lightsey. I The principle Ingredient' soap I : heal preferment or private profit derman giving the blood and we
I : :
000 |: until 1955. It was reported two weeks :|: '
" Wine aitiAfUen confined I Ifrom the rough! yellow \ bar the. :; above service to his couiitrin: this learn that he is somewhat improved .
-Howard '
I I that"West Coast leaders objecting to the : .
Beach charwomen uses when the can't j sago are/. crisis Is unworthy of .1 olet'o"As'1 t.h1s'morning.'a" "'''***, '- j.
to the Naval hospital at Ver ,I
for .''he past tin days but wc learn get the mere modern soap flakes or .:{: plan on this score. enter the armed service my v

that his condition is very much im powders to the perfumed toilet va ::|: "Feelers" are now being extended to see t. only regret Is that I have been in
Ross Allen
Loses Sole
proved and he is expected to leave I,,''l'let of the glamor girls-Is "fits |::; how Dade countians feel about the proposal, because hospitals so much and had so manyoperations

the hospital within the next few :> and oils", as the soap makers say. f; Dade is well recognized as a strong factor that I hardly:during have the past vacant year Competitor In Snake +II
That means tallows and reduced 1 any Poison Business
dayi. 0 ;| from animal fats. greases or vegetable ,f in state politics now and also because many ret: space left for battle scars. i

Corporal Frank Bradley spent products such as Philippine co ::1 f: member Dade voted down a redistricting plan :.k "This is the last statement I Silver Springs, July 20 (FNS>- f

several days of this week in Okee cent or palm oils. To a minor ex 5::: in the last general election to give Broward :i. shall make for the duration. In Up until a few weeks ago Ross Al'

ehobee. He is stationed at Camp tent, fish oils are used. War de 3::: county alone a senator ::1: | taking: the requlrd oath, I voluntarily len's only competitor of cone

Blanding end was spending a ten mands for animal fats and greases i I .'.; :Many Dade countians who voted against :i: i took an additional oath to quence was Herpetologist George
|
while In
keep quiet uniform unless
L. Dowden of St. Gabriel Calif.
day furlough at his home In F01.tl'1erce. as every hau>ewife knows by now j is j senatorial
;: ating the Broward district have ,:;: '.rdered to scund off by my superior Then the came along and

Frank was inducted into to make and\artous ammunition kinds of has gun powder been: I :!i:: since expressed regret they could not in good f::: 1 oiflcers So this Is the last you will took( George.army As a result Ross Allen
the last and has been ''
tttoned army at Camp year Blanding during steadily cutting down the supplies :tof :: conscience vote for the creation of the Broward ::!: hear out of ma until war's loudI already overburdened with let

the entire time he has been In the these: materials available to "thescapers" .:.: listl'ict-they did so because) they believe the :,j: i'I alarms have ceased ters from people all over the world
:: :: Many years ago, I toiled two offering snakes for sale has had his
army while lack of shipping and :;: Florida legislature should take up the problem ;:; i
rummers as a seaman. I will be
| the war have practically. eliminated :r;: and solve it fairly, as it is required to do under :t;: i glad ts: get back out there on the ,correspondence It seems that doubled.out in St. Gabriel,
!imported coconut and palm oils
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr.
.t;: the state constitution. :r I j trackless wastes of the rolling with
Dowden's father. swamped
received a letter last in week which from he from This the is American why rosin Market.crowds more 'I'!, Talk is now going the rounds of the state ::1 t.r : i' ocean I hope I may be sent where snake letters had heard of Florida's
their Johnnie
son fine prominently Into the wartime spot ;: that the legislature not or\\y\\ fell down in this ::1: | the fighting is fierce and the torpe- Ross Allen so he bundled them
that
said he was getting along
In his new location in New Guien light. This material, which U the .1,:: duty but has repeatedly fallen down in its duty ::: does are terrific. The branch of the all up and forwarded them to Ross.
i in which I have been commis-
na but was getting anxious to get I: thick coffee colored substance left I ;:: to the people of Forlida by failing to call a con- ,:;:: Navy loaned, D. V. S.. (Deck Volunteer Allen In addition to operating his

in Australia. after turpentine has been distilled :r: stitutional convention. The last famed reptile institute at Silver
back to his camp | ;. was held in i Special) indicates that I may soon
Johnnie was among the first Am from the oleoresin or "gum" of I I: 1885, and since then the state constitution has ''be in the shooting sector. I trust Springs supplies large quantities of
certain trees which also is : I snake venom to drug houses for use
Pai i pine
be to the
erican bays to sent
i : grown into a somewhat shaggy instrument. J. A. that It will be my lot to look upon
In the manufacture of anti-venom
declared. now obtained from old: pine stumps
clfic after war. was 0 0 I!! through chemical process is regularly 1.1:;: Hendley, Dade City lawyer, is believed to be the i the sinking forms of a million Japs He explains that most people offer ;
In the agony of going down for the
Word has been received here thatJ. < used by soap makers particularly :' only living member of that convention. l third and last time. snakes that have no value and

for laundry soaps. In prdlnary I states that only Diamond Back
T. Alderman who is in the | "The only painful thing about
Navy and stationed at the Great times {however the use of rosin in I -,.++++++++++++++++++':-++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I entering the Navy is the necessity I rattler and moccasin along with

takes Naval Training Station. is I soap averaged about 4 percent two other varieties are desired.
of parting from the people, this
there being little if any. in toilet' I v-
getting along fine and likes the 'I great state. During the 38 happy
Navy life. He expects to be able to1 I soaps. Most "soapers". as the trade years I (have lived In Florida. I .A CORRECTION

get a furlough some time in the calls its members agreed that in Too Late Classify I have come 'to feel a deep and devoted -

next few months and return home ;,1 cleansing powder and suds making attachment for its people. I In our article last week. about the

for a short stay. | rosin might be the equal of "fats Annual report of sales of cattle
I have been treated with unstinted
I|I, and oils" but the Idea prevailed By Russell KayI I kindness by the people of this : through the pens to f the Dixie Cat

A letter was received this week that soups with such rosin were i great state. I will always be grate tlemen's Association, we stated:
from Walter Carver who is with likely to be soft: or sticky and to I I The total number of all classes of
ful for having been to be
the American Army in North Africa have a brown tinge not pleasing to don't know whether Mr. Lou'R. '' derson, who attempted to set up a permitted cattle sold in the first year (32)
born and brought in Florida. I
I I Maxon. deputy administrator of sort of cross ,between a Gestapo! up
fastidious users. 6.966, head
he Is
In vhlch he san getting II hope I may come back here tq live sales was
along fine but Is somewhat home Recent WPB orders restrictingthe ''he CPA thought he was telling us and Kangaroo Court. Then the after the war is won. Total amount of pounds of live

sick He was In Africa during the use of "fats and oils" in scaps anything we didn't know when he I lawyers 2.500 of them moved In weight 3155,810.
for I I Issued his timely blast at this along with flock of screwball theorists The deep and lasting gratitude I
fighting! that cleared the Germans in order that there be more gunipmder a thousands Total amount of monty paid for
feel those of faithful
end Italians out of that section and led to a much stronger In Frankenstein bureau or not but I', and college professors who to cattle to the sellers $3,155.810. The
friends who have
says he has dug so many 'fox terest in rosin on the part of the most any guy on the street from pooled their Incompetence inexperience I so loyally helpedme figure should have read 31252914.
who
In the and
holes' there that he has become an soapers." Not long ago one of thecountry' the corner bootblack to the banker j I i and crackpot dreams to past campaigns

expert at the buslnes S'\ys he has largest chemical companies has known in his heart for lo these I,[ fabricate the 'bureaucratic juggernaut I have given me such heartening encouragement I I
for the future,
dug more fox holes than the WPA announced after an exhaustive many months that the whole designed to blitz a free people causesme line and have a personal part In .
I II I to feel that I should a word
say the world red with the
dug ditches In Okeechobee. series of laboratory tests that rosin screwy setup was nothing short of Into a nation of cringing fawning making run
and I'I about my political plans. I am giving brutal blood of the Japs and the
a grand glorious
V can replace the diminishing percentage mess. cravens. '
I I up all political plans for the Nazis. These murderers must
R.p"-ent.tlve and Mr W J. of fats and olla in laundry Admitting the need for some regulatory < From the dawn of history, it has mass
duration. When the war is won, if
bs so completely destroyed that
Hendry and son Billie were visitors soaps and at the same time enhance body to curb inflation and been recorded that only SLAVEScan .
I should back I shall -
oome probably
(they will forever remain only afoul
spending Monday and Tuesdaw In their efficiency. Other companies granting that Congress was sincere be driven while FREE MEN
again try to attain the ambition "
Tampa where Mr. Hendry went on are understood to be study' \In its effort to create one It Is must ,be led. Public indignatiin demanded mephitic memory.
that: has animated for
me more .
All of which U quite a bit of
While In via- the increased use, of nevertheless apparent today that
business. Tampa they ing use or the removal of Leon Hen .
than 20 years But that is too remote talking for a man who had nothing
led Mr. and Mrs. W. R Page and rosin in toilet soaps. the one we are attempting to oper derson, but merely removing the and uncertain to talk about '

report that Mr. Page Is a little I I But perhaps the best measure ate is a dismal: failure. Mver didn't stop the machine. now to say. V

better than he was at the time he T:? this unusual commercial inter- The agency got off on the wrong With the appointment of Brown it "It Is now the duty of every man

vent to Tampa. .' (Continued on Page Four) foot at the start under Leon Hen' (Continued on Page Two) of fighting age .to get on the firing News printing satisfies

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TWO TOT OKMCHOBEX NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1C41
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Tt'RPENTIPE IN WtRTIME TDO LATE TO CLSSIFYi In The Court Of The County ,Ithe -
@hl\l\chol1l\C( Nrus( CHURCHES OF CHRIST, following! passage from theCJylstlan
(Continued from Page One) i! (Continued from Page 1) Judge, Okeerhobre County SCIENTIST I ,
Science textbook, "Scl
est Is that the actual demand for I was fervently hoped that his first Florida, In Probate.In -

Published Every Friday by the rosin Is reported to have risen more I tact would be to direct a complete re: Estate of C P Walker, "TRUTH" is the subject of the I ence and Health with Key to the

Okeeehobee Co. at Okeecho- less steadily\ for !the Deceased.To Scriptures" Baker Eddy
News CI; past year and comprehensive overhaul Job I Lesson Sermon which will be readin by Mary :

bee, Okeechobee County, Florid while\ there has been persistentulk I and the rebuilding of a machine All Credltoi and Persons Hav- Churches of Christ, Scientist, "If thought is startled at the

BRYANT-- BOWDEN ......._ .. Editor In the trade papers on thep that would work-tout the situation''I llng Said Claims Estate:or Demands Against throughout the world on Sunday, strong claim of science for the su

__ .,! sslbillty of rosin demand this I seemed to get worse Instead of better t July 25.The premacy of God, or Truth and
Entered as second class matter ear being as much as three times You and each of you are hereby I
Golden Text IsIt: Is the doubts the supremacy of good
July 1. 1914 at the Poet Office InOkeechobt that of last year For the naval Now the unholy lid has been notified and required to pre. II | .
sent any claims and demands plrlt that beareth witness because ought we not, contrarwlse, to be astounded
> Florida under the I II i
e. stores
March 31
year ending 1943
Act of March 8, 1879SUBSCRIPTION. the blown off In the form of a scathing : which you or either of you, may the Spirit is truth" (t2 John at the vigorous claims of
Industry used around 260 I I
soap
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RATE I 000 barrels of rosin, as comparedto I clal thoroughly familiar with every'I Walker, deceased late of said !| Among the citations which com think It natural to love sin and un

One year In advance ....... >2.00 a total production of the year detail of Its operations and fully :I County, to the County Judge of .
prise the Lesson Sermon Is the following natural to forsake It-no longer imagine
Six months In advance .. .... 1.00 I or approXimately 2000000 barrels, I qualified to with I Okeechobee County, Florida, at his I
speak unquestlon
I from the Bible "Justice evil to 'be ever present and
..... I I office In the :
Three months In advance .1S according to the forthcoming annual court house of said
]fed authority As director of information and habitationof good absent? Truth should not seem
I naval stores of the bu I County at Okeechobee, Florida, I Judgment are the
report
Reading notices In local columns, for OPA, Mr. Maxon In one I within eight calendar months from thy throne: mercy and truth so surprising and unnatural as er

10 cents a line. Rates for display leau of Agricultural and Industrial I clear cut, straightforward, fearless the time of the first publication of shall go before thy face"t Ps. 89:14.: ror and error should not seem so
advertising/ furnished on application I Chemistry, USDA. The 260000 bare I I
statement has verified what most this notice. Each claim or demand The Lesson Sermon also includes real a-, truth (p 130:282)
Classified advertising, 2 cents I rels Included both "gum" rosin I of Us have long realized but could shall be In writing, and shall. state

each word per Insertion. All Items from living pine trees and wood not prove America Is indebted to the place of residence and post office .,- --- -- -

regarding enterprises conducted for I rosin, as they call the variety processed Lou R Maxon. and it is regrettable address of the claimant and'

profit are chargeable at dvertlslng I from old pine stumps. This shall be sworn to by the claimant,
rates. that his courageous statement had 1.'hi POCICETBOOKof
I rear, It Is expected In some quarters to be accompanied with his letterof agent, or attorney, and any such ;

Advertising bills are payable on : that demand for rosin for soap may resignation. claim or demand not so filed shall By

the first of each month. Parties I last much 500,000 be void.
top year by as as In TpPPS
terminating his associationwith
II W F. Walker
unknown to publishers required to barrels.
pay In advance. the OPA and refusing to ac As administrator of the ,

--V cept the offered post of manager, I I Estate of C. F Walker ;

I Local! Items Maxon bluntly tells why. He charges I deceased. ,
NOTICETo I First publication June 18, 1843. O NAVY
that the agency has become "so i C'ORSIIIR

Whom It May Concern: bound up In legalistic red tape that i 1 F6HTERPlANE.

It appearing that the proposed Mr and Mrs J. L Daughtry and Houdini himself couldn't untangle ,' ; ,r i1! / FIRST TOY ,

budget for operation and malnten daughter of Jacksonville arrived In it,' NOTICE TO CREDITORS ar MAt A
20OO HORSEPOWER -
ance of the public schools of Okee Okeechobee Monday night; and axe Admitting the need of an Intel You and each of you are hereby I < EN6INE,

chobee County for the school year spending two weeks here with their notified and required to present \ '\ > DECIDEDLY TO
ligent sensible and workable pro
MODE
1943 44 will exceed that for the parents, Mr. and Mrs J. A Dnugli any claims and demands which II $- ALL OF
gram, Mr Maxon says: "The OPA I TH8JAP "AMEt
rear of 1941 42 In a sum greater try, and friends I must not fall"-and states "If It you, or either of you, may have I -- r=: \ .-. ZERO
than 5" and that the proposed Increase against the Estate of Annie IV.. 0( -'-.
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-0- : falls it will be because of its own j K.I :" ,.,;... .. .
In the budget from MacGlashan deceased late .
revenue Eddie and Gordon I = '-- -
derived from ad valorem taxes for Margraves Internal weakness, confusion, IndeI Okeechobee County, Florida, to the I ,:....T.r\.-c" 1J't
Clewiston visitors '
of ==
Singletary were
clslon. compromise. miles of legalistic : County Judge Mid TNOoANKS
the rear 1943 44 Is more than SOT of county and -
greater than the amount from ad I spending some time here Wed red tape and the presence of state at his oflce In the court houseat -...;:.:- J. SINce .1d

valorem taxes for the year 1942 43, I nesday. theorists In policy making po<lons Okeechobee, Florida, within / HAFl80ttAMERICA'PAIt:
-0- ." eight calendar months from the 4)/ +
notice Is hereby given that a public ) '
Clyde Q Trammell of the law date of the first publication this FACfOR1E6"
meeting of all persons Interested He pointed to the need of a i AAIi!
firm of Hamilton\ and Trammell of I Notice. Each claim or demand :'OOIC roJ MAt7I/NE 6uNS4
will be held In the County Com- 'drastic reorganization, a strong ,::;'
must be in
writing and must state &
West Palm Beach, spent one day / B/ll/
mlssloner's Room In the County clear direction and a liberal trans the place of residence and post office coos oR
this week In Okeechobee attending
Court House, on the 29th day of I fusion of common horse sense", He I address of the claimant, and :
to business.
I
July, 1943, at the hour of 10 o'clock viewed with genuine alarm "a j I must be sworn to by the claimant TME PlANO |iS to NAM6PBEOUSC

A M. for the purpose of explain -0- strong clique in OPA wh) believe his agent or attorney, or the same n COULD READIIV BlPtyep
Mrs J. C. Duffey and two chll\ wroen sosroaCko..
will\ become void to ]law
Ins and discussing such proposed that gov "nmtnt should manufar acordlng 17 WoK /esAaryuuso' 4\Jr' .
I dren. Edward and Carolyn, of Pen This 21st day of June, 1943. fipno (ton), famumo) M
increase In the budget. ture and distribute all the comm"
sacola, are spending this week In MARY HANSEN
Board of Public Instruction I ditles"! They ere using th! war, ''ie ,
Okeechobee with her mother Mrs. As administratalx with
Okeechobee County Florida charged, "to further their reform 0&A"
Etta Duffey. will annexed of the Estateof l
V I -0- Ideas and will continue to use hr.. Annie K MacOlashan, ; _f1

Rl'GGERIO BORIOMEI: I est men in OPA as a front for their deceased. .....
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Mrs B. O Bowden and daughter,
ROUTED CARL WALKER efforts." First publication on June 25, 1943 ; ..--.
PRESIDENTS TillS WEEK I Mable LIngenfelter, of Tallahassee LIDDON & FEE, attorneys -fN"y.I =- tacor t.ARlt1) rwoonuuuo
He attributed a large part of the IN SIRS I 12 '"PiAl1'I2
arrived in Okeechobee Saturday Fort Pierce, Florida 'IV \ M" nlo
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I. wia OlR\ aRw latRJ
trouble to the of an over '
Announcement made this I presence _
was temoon and spent several lIf'I' ..4
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Ruggeilo pur here at the home of Mr and // VSS8 ; ;
theorists" In business 12 MONTHS fOR. MONTHS OF WAR 0 e
chased the Carl Walker residenceon utterly lacking It to advertise.
Basil\ Bowdn Mrs, Bowden went to I pays A fP/IoJEl/Pf'il TO TWIN-TIMES Af MAN, 7HE
Pal'rctt Avenue from Mrs. Clara I Clewiston where she Is spending a I experience and said they Read The News ads. MAtURE.PM1S8I AMC PfRlOP Of THE .AQ/

B Walker The price paid for this few' days with Mr and Mrs Kit I II would have to be forced out for .
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property was not made known but I Bowden, while\ Mrs Lingenfelter re they would stay until they were be

it'a a cash transaction turned to Tallahassee yesterday. I cause few of them could earn any

Mr Bortomel expects to occupy \ -0- thing like they are getting now In ,. < < r ,

the house within the near future.V I Mrs. Phil Cason and children\ private life 4 : 0

I have moved to South Carolina In a speech on the floor of the .f

George Melster cf Miami has reg where they are spending the sum House not long ago, Florida's congressman -

1='ered the first tuna In the George mer with Mr Cason who has a Bob Slkes made almost "

Ruppert fishing contest The fish contract there. Identical charges against the OPA,

was a 12 pounder caught from a -0- but being a mere congresman the

boat in Miami waters Litclle Stello left Tuesday afternoon agency felt it could laugh him off

But it won't find it so easy to
to return to Sebring after .
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spending! a week here being con
-- of one who held an inside
fined to her bed with a severe case \
TONIGHT AT P.M. of flu. job of the magnitude of Maxon,

who now seconds Bob's motion In
TUNE IN THIS -
no uncertain terms
Mr. and Mrs. Mori'Is Barnett
I As much as we must regret this
left Tuesday night for Savannah,
dramaticL ( further disruption on the home
Ga. after spending several days l + ,
front and its attendant pleasure to
v here with Mr and Mrs, J. H. Wal
the Axis, it Is comforting to have
news
program ,.er, Jr.. and family.0 ,
the whole Ugly' mess dragged out In
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Mrs Will\ Rau'.erson! and Mrs. R
and now, unless our bureaucracy is
L. Brewer have returned from. Sea
entrenched to a point of impregna
Iy Springs, Cotto wood, Ala.. where !) ,
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9:30 P. M. .I ',ev spent ten days, billty. we should witness a housecleaning : WHILE

!I : that has been needed for
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Prof. and Mrs C. M. Williams
right. Mr Brown, It's your
left yesterday for Georgia where
move-or maybe you "Just work
they will spend three weeks with ,
there" and really don't have any
relatives and friends.
thin to say about It.
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I I' Miss Sarah Francis Brewton and --V-- FEW Standard Oil Service Stations are "boarded up."

Miss Beverly Houdlette of Dade Rep. Dve Says We Pumps are empty, drives vacant. the boys have gone to war.
to the Nation"BROUGHT City arrived in Okeechobee Monday
All Snould Think "In
I Wherever such of inaction have
afternoon and are spending this a scene may replaced !
TO YOU B} I Terms of allFlorida"I
v erk at the home of Rev. and Mrs 1 the busy corner of a short time ago, accept it as evidencethat
Florida Power & W R Howell at the Methodist
I I Orlando July 12 (FNS Dewey A. many men of this Company have changed their uniforms ,

Light Company parsonage ; Dye, attorney of Bradenton, former '

state senator, addressed the Junior for a while.

U'Ill'd! '! ''!!!I"! ::Ia'1IPItIIIIIIPhlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIII!! {! :! !! \ !!( { : !IIIII'll\, \! :!li'1i!! fF'lIii! :I iI!!: Chamber of Commerce, here Not far away you will find another Standard Oil ;

I this week and made a plea for

i greater efficiency In government Station-open, busy, trustworthy-worth going an extra

'I I and an ownership Interest In gov distance to find. If not all Stations in your locality can
For Sale ''Cheap 'eminent on part of the voters.
the "man-power" question please understand
overcome
i| In concluding he said in part: ,

P. | "Due to the tremendous popula that we strive to keep standards high-too high to permit

i tlon increases In recent years. we
I I indifferent operation.
7'/4 Acres good Citrus or Farming Land. : have not had time to fully analyze

:a Some Bearing Tangerine, Orange, Lemons, ..= the resident' who have moved within Soon, we hope, conditions will favor and make possi. .

;" ", some Sour Orange Trees, the Seeds of which :.- We our have borders not developed, nor they a high Florida.degree ble old-time operation. Until then let the Station that is ,

_' are used for Nursery Stock. Fine for Poultry. _=- I of loyalty to a statewide Ideal. "closed for a while" be a signal to you that Standard Oil

--: Four-room House. No Lights ; Hand Pump but : We think too much In a provincialterm men are in the thick of the fight.

'"'-: Good Water. Large Oaks near House. Two -- of cities, counties, of small sec

Miles West of Okeechobee City. Free and bong rather than In terms of FIori-
da" __ CARE FOR YOUR CAR 1f'

Clear, with Abstract. __ V
FOR YOUR
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=--; If Interested Mrs Adelaide Hlckenbackcr, wifeof 1r
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Captain Eddie Rlckenbacker

: president of Eastern Airlines was
Write M. R. B. :
=: desl7natd this week by Secretary

i ',;:: Frank Knox as sponsor of the Na

f595 31st St. (or Marino Rd.) .s vy ammunition ship "Mazama" at

St. Petersburg, Fla. .;; the plant of the Tampa Shlpbulld
Inq The date the
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launching has not been set, otflcl.

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-- I Lemongrass FeedProduction IN CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE the second day of said month
Ceiling Prices r NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN:/ !and thereafter to file with said Four Florida Men

ResumedBy AND FOR OKEtCHOBEE clerk your written defense, If Awarded Air Medals
Gilbert Theatre '
Set on ContainersTampa Sugar Company COUNTY, FLORID, IN CHAN any, to the amended bill of -
I I CERY. : complaint in said suit at the -
Okeechotxe 1 Washington, D. Coo July 19 (FNS)
Clew Won, July 21 (FNS) Produc Foreclosure of Mortgage. I I time prescribed by law. Herein -Four Florida airmen who served

Friday & SaturdayDOUBLE July 19-(Special) A lion of dehydrated lemongrass pulp Notice to Appear. fall not or a decree pro con with distinction
under Oneral Che
fesso will be entered
new schedule of top legal prices on I I and molasses feed to bolster cur I E. C. Reeves vs. Complainant, I you. against nault in China, Burma and India,

BILL Used fruit and vegetable containerswas rent feed shortages is under way I It is further ordered that this were given citations by the war de-
B. E. Fordham, as Director and
announced today by the Office in the Everglades. I Trustee of Fordham & Kirkland order shall be published once pertinent and awarded the air medal '
LLOYD NOLAN-DORENA REED of Price Administration in con each week for four consecutive
Officials of the United States The men
Inc. a dissolved Florida corporation were as follows:
junction with an intensive salvage Sugar Corporation reported this weeks in the Okeechobee News, John R. Allison
-InAPACHE- et als., Defendants, Daytona Beach,
campaign now being undertaken by week that with the closing of the To B. E. Fordham, as directorand a newspaper of general circu- Lieut Colonel; Roland M. Wilcox,

TRAILand the U.S. Department of AgricultureIn sugar harvest season, labor Is once trustee of Fordham & Kirk- Okeechobee lation published County in, Okeechobee Florida. pclray Beach, Major: David G. An

the face of a growing shortageof I more available for this work. land, Inc., a dissolved Florida corporation The relief sought in the above derson. Tampa, First Lieutenant;

new containers. The new prices Lemongrass plants were badly residence unknown; M. L. entitled suit Is to foreclose a and John H. Keen, Miami First
become effective July 28. weather last Fordham as director and trustee | Lieutenant.
CRAIG STEPHENSIn damaged by freezing mortage against the following
of Fordham & Kirkland, Inc., a'disolved
While the somewhat
prices are February so that production had described property:
Florida residence
higher than previous ceiling pricesfor ; to be suspended at that time, but unknown; Fordham corporation& Kirkland -- Lot 6 of Block 12 of Southwest

SPY SHIPAlso salvaged containers the ODA I now the production is again underway Inc., a dissolved Florida corporation Addition to Okeechobee Florida .Voltcc ISOTICE:
I according to plat of said addi- ll horo"" glvea that the
explained they are in no case according to Jay W. Moran, principal place of business lluurU of County CutniiiUtlonpr "f
tion recorded in the office of
War News and Parade. more than 80 per cent of top pricesof I who said that the feed 'will be dls unknown; the unknown assigns, the Clerk of Circuit Court of Okcwtiohcp
new containers. tilbuted exclusively in Florlida successors in Interest trustee, or day July :1U. 1V4.I, it M IK A .1.. for
Okeechobee in Plat'Book
County the
I purpin" of ,
rprlpwlng
The schedule Is called I any other party claiming by, .arid hearing
new an I 2, 7. aor ciiiNilulMIB| nn the .".i miiicim fur
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"incentive price" by the OPA to encourage ]I i I through or against I*. E ,
and for relief. Dminlr
Sunday & Monday Under the will of the late John & Kirkland, Inc.. a disolved Flor- general Bonnl, of ('nUIII f'hulniiHn.<
the salvage and reuse of all Witness hand and seal of ) iHiimlfftlnneta"
Rlngllng! the State Of Florida re ida corporation, residence un- my (Iki*,'hiibw, ('"on'.. flurldn.
types of containers. The said court at Okeechobee, Okeechobee Att..tI": It. Uinli( >r;,nn, Clerk!
Depart-I ceived his famed Rlngllng Art Museum known; B. E. Fordham, as directorend I Bonril' 1 Piniiilr oiiiinlimloiipr.
DOUBLE BILL
of Agriculture I Florida, this 28th day .
meat County. Okr
at Sarasota, second only to j trustee of Okeechobee City rhohp-aunty, Fluilill,
OEO. MONTGOMERYANN new crates and baskets ?(ay not Land Company, a dissolved Florida cf June, 1943. -.--.-
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Museum
the famed Metropolitan
meet more than 50 per cent of the I corporation, residence unknown; Roy R. Rauleisoni :MIDI: IIK Al'l'l.l(' \1IIINroil
Art In New York In the number of I 'r\\ lirtuI
i Circuit Court Clerk Circuit
RUTHEKTORDCAROL John E. director and trustee ,
year's needs. Kelly as ii of if).\,
noted paintings. Seal Court :Null I, In hiMi'ln then Mint
of Okeechcbee City Land Com Hllu
Moreover, OPA statement said '
an "
_V "iiunl loililor nf lux "'erinvntu., : .
LANDIS to'' I pany a dissolved Florida corpora By SophronU Pease D. C 11111.I tumuli, I In- "III I ,ilm nf Allmi-l I.
if fruit and vegetable are
crops
WANT TO RENT j tion residence unknown; Okeecho- Sumner & Sumner, Ft. Pierce, Fla A li. luau IIIIH flliil mime In m"I.
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with be harvested and distributed, used flu' Inn mnili n >|illentliiii for
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Completely furnished house or I bee City Land Company, a dissolved -j I NOTICE TO APPEARIn I hard to ,In IKIII.il lliiTouii. f Sulil (',.,._
containers by the millions must be apartment for self and wife. Pre Florida corporation, principal The Name of the State of """'.11', oinlirni'i'K the fiilliiwlnii riomrlhi'il
BENNY GOODMANAND |irontty| In Itae Cminlv of
collected. reconditioned and put fer 2 bedrooms all on first floor. place of business unknown; the unknown I Florida: iikoiHhiilioe' Mill of I Inrliln I" nn

HIS BAND back in the hands of growers and Occupancy October 15 until late I assigns, successors( in interest To: B. S. Tepee, whose last 'Lot I'I he II.ll...Illk...'neat 7s" vf Okeei'llollHlCll said |prop-( ,, : v

marketers.The spring. Will consider any Florida,I trustees, or any other party ;known address was Indian Town, "lln,"h', inline. Hlllll nf 1\l'1rh'llt.simile I'a Nnu iMlieil. Wim In
-InORCHESTRA- price schedule Is establishedfor 'claiming by, through, under or I Florida: I iilcn uilil Certlflfiite shall b,' ,MilniiHil .
of 3,000 or more. Send photo
city I You are hereby required to file ,
niorilhiir to law
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levelsof against Okeechobee City Land Company properly h'
WIVESAlso used containers at three graph with complete details Inculd I In this pioceedlngs "rlh.,1 th"'r. In Mliull ,b,. sold In i lie
distribution-the the i a dissolved Florida corpora- appearance lilu'ii'KI' lililih', nl' I II" C"nirilioiiiiiiloor( ,
empetler
Ing rent together with transpottatlon tion, residence unknown; and all wherein Eleanor Tepee Is sueing 'in, Hie firm Mniiilm' In 'the innnlli ?fnQnNt
Late News and Cartoon.Wednesday accumulator, and the dealers. OPA for divorce, with the Clerk cf \ IIU'I: nlilili IK I 111" 'ml ,111"r
available. I parties having or claiming to have you 11" KIIII. I\.jl.:I IHiitoii
defines an "emptier" as any person P. E. HOAK, 4300 Grand Ave, any right, title' 01 Interest In theproperty Circuit Court at Okechobee, Florida ,' ,' ,SIN .nth iinv of. June' 1II.111I1' .
( I It IUI |.RII/ who empties fruits or vegetablesfrom Des Moines, Iowa. hereinafter described, res- on the second day of AugustA. K'lerk Circuit (',,",, of '
a container and sells the con idence unknown1 D. 1943; otherwise Judgementwill nkevkohp, Cnitnt)., Fl riIn.

talner The "accumulator" Is the -- ---- It appearing from the pleadings be entered against you by default I -

middleman who collects them for filed in above cause that WANTED1;::Colored help; i for hotel
BOB HOPEMADELINE aliililllllllllliillllllllllllllluiluullopl1Id111, .,, ..... ..
resale to dealers The "dealer" is 'he complainant herein is entitled .Vltnet my hand and seal of this work. Highest wages paid. Wireor
CARROLLIn order of Court, at Okechobee, Okeehotee
o an publication write, Sarah T. Gifford Har-
who stores. selects
the person "buys EDGAR G. tlAl\ltL'l against you and each of you, County, Florida this 28th. day of der Hall, Sebring, Florida.

and reconditions" them. It t j' .i" ereo.'u' or.Iercd:! that you, I I June A. D. 1943. .____ -.__._._.. __u
Typical maximum prices for the AND n".1 each of you, are hereby Rsy R. Raulerson (CT. CT. Seal I II FOt: SALE-WHITE LEGHORN
Favorite Blonde
My. three levels are: retired' to fib with the Clerk: I Clerk Circuit Court 9th. Judicial FVLLCTS ELEVEN WEEKS OLD

Also-Sportlight. Emp! Ac Dealr. CLYDE G. TRAMMELL: of above! styed! court at his I Circuit of Florida In and for TRIPLE A GRADE. ROY TOM-

tier cum. er 11 flee In Ok<"chobee, Florida I Okeechobee County. LINSON PARROTT AVE.

One bn. round bottom ANNOUNCEthey vour written rppoarance 'pers By Sophronia Pease, D. C.
Attractions 'nHlor by :atorrevi In said Solicitors for Complainant
Coming basket, each .05 .08 13
1..1 be associated together In'' suit on the first Monday in
Citrus crates, nail type -- -- -
I .Vrust, 1943! tnj lame beingD ----
10 C1iICI k1A
CASABLANCA without cover .05 .09 .17 the practice of law with offices on I a.

without cover .05.00.It the 7th Floor In the Comeau BuildIng Net everybody with a dollar .,.. 70AY
ONCE UPON A HONEYMOON.THIS to spare can shoot a run ..
Coleman left this week
T. T.
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Bruce Boxes made West Palm Beach Florida. straight-but evrrjhodv can P
GUN FOR HIRE for Sealey Springs, Cottonwood t
.06 .09 14
up shoot straight to the bank and
Al!:> where he Is spending a three b
A special schedule Is provided for I' buy War: Boilr.<>\. rur
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VACATION BIBLE sales of unselected and unrecondl- i ,,,1..1.: ; t i-- \\"I'eks'at'R tlon, 10% every pay day. Llould fo Malarial Symptom

SCHOOL AT THEMETHODIST I tloned containers by the army and r -
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1 Irately the same as for accumula

..._L On Monday, July 26, at 9 A.< M., tors. .- .... ..
T at the Methodist Church a vacation I I I V -
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Bible school will begin and I Gems for Your Scrapbook -

continue for two weeks. The children j 1 i. -
of the community and town I j I LAW TO ONESELF .

ere Invited to attend this school. When the fight begins within ,
I: I 4 Were
You
The sessions will last for two !I himself. a man's worth something : l ,

hours with a short recess between I -BrowningIt k "

periods. matters not what you ere '
(Signed) W. R Howell Pastor of "
I thought to be but what are.
you the
Okeechobee Methodist Church cause
V II Publis Syrus.

Every man and woman should be

BEST QUALITY CABBAGE I today a law to himself, herself-a /I'..

SEED FOR SALEIt law of loyalty to Jesus' sermon on of This ?

I'the Mount.-MarV Baker Eddy. I II x 4
Is well known, by everyone.
The doctrine that rectifies the
seed exceedingly I j l \
that cabbage are -
i I conscience purifies the heart and J n
scarce. It may be. later, you will [ produces love to God and man, is /' I ik :: "
not be able to get them at all. We FOR
necessarily true, whether men can '..$ months he had looked forward to
I i i a furlough
have a limited quantity following I and rela
varieties: Copenhagen Market $8.50 I comprehend all its depths > s i. seeing mother dad sis and the hometown once
or not..J. B. .Walker. ,
tions
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Jersey Wakefield $4.75 lb., Chart': the sweetest flowers of life overseas.
eston Wakefleld $450 lb. Suggest I I
Into potions, which, after all, do
you do not delay In sending In your rot Immortalize, but only Intoxlcate $ Finally when the big day arrived there was no

order. This offer is subject to prior .-Longfellow.I a space available aboard the train he wanted to take..

sale. More than, 30 years experienceis i I The moral grandeur of independ "Sorry", the girl at the ticket office said "all sold

behind every purchase you make 1 ent integrity is the sublimest thingin out",

from us.Robinson's. 'I the
nature. before which pompof
Eastern magnificence and the So he had to wait for another train while the clock

Wholesale splendor of conquest are odious as 7 I ticked away precious hours of a furlough that would

Seed Warehouse I well as perishable.-Buckmlnster ,,, '"" be all too short. Fine way he thought to treat a

-;: fellow who is risking all for his country.
Cairo, Georgia I Best printing at The News v\

a Perhaps there were many aboard that

-" train whose travel was far less urgent

than his. Or there may have been an

.. empty seat or berth which someone had
YOUR TIRES NEED RECAPPING
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I Have them recapped by HUMPHRIES at Fort ; M y- that boy and our ability to accommodate

"! thousands of others furlough may depend
Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We

are now operating twenty-four hours daily and I r upon you. Help make room for them

II by traveling only when definitely necessary
can give much more prompt service. There is to

be a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and -w by avoiding weekend trip- fnd by

passenger tires during the next four months and cancelling reservations promr ,hould
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grade III tires are about all gone. When your I your plans change.

tires become smooth, have them recapped at '-,.'. i They will appreciate it. So will we.

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