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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: August 13, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 29- Number IK Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 13, 1943 Price Five Cents

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News Of Our BoysIn \VILLM\K AT ( II GRIFFIN.UTAIIOOC DILI IIEE Being Urged As Candidate For II;: YOUNG OPPORTUNITY GIRLS OFFERED TO SERVE Sen. Pepper Urges

AS HOSPITAL AIDES
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Various CampsAt I Governor Inland WaterwayCompletion

Word has reached Okeechobes j Girls Interested in becoming hoar
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thai Wellmar Griffin died at the .... pital aides should read he article in
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Home & Abroad ;.'" '''!\ ':c ''' i
!home of his mother in Chattahoo- t Ijj he August McCalls 'by Dr Oeorge
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chee Saturday July 31 after an ill D. Stoddard and Ton Taylor which -
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:Mr. and Mrs M. E. Lanier :re- i est> 01 several months He was adjudged tells in detail the opportunity af- United States Senator Claude .

mu>d w-rd this week that their insane here several years .. lorded v ung women of 15 or over Pepper and United States MarshalC.

jrandscn. Lieut. Laurier MorlssoUe- ago and sent 'o Chattahoocnet- i who seek an opportunity to serve S. Deshong were visitors spend

who was reported as missing in action was later turned over to his motherwho I II r during the emergency.'Assistance ing several hours in Okeechobee

In May Is now being held a had moved to that place --V
Monday morning They had visited
prl oner In Germany The large
I I To The the tykes Brothers Cattle Ranchat
bomber which he was aboard was
Mart Manning Was Brighton over the week end and'
forced: down In Oermany and he
and the balance of the crew were + Aged Here Is stopped In Okeechobee for the
I LargeJacksonville. Senator to call on as many of his
Laid To Rest HereFuneral
interned. In his letter he says he Is : friends as time would allow. While
allowed to write a letter every two A a,
t S here Senator Pepper made the following
weeks and he Is also allowed t)I M, August 10 (Special
services conductedfor statement as regards the
were Okeechobee
County recipients re-
Broadcast over the radioonce a.. I
month.:: I Mart Mannlnv aha died In a J oeed $20,948.50 in Old Age assistance Fort Myers-Stuart Canal and other

Miami hospital Monday night after I during the fiscal year ending Inland Waterway Developments
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Corporal Maurice J. Raulerson a short illness, yesterday afternoon I ." < July 1. 1943 an increase over the for Florida:

left Monday to return to Camp I I at 3:30: at his home on the Lake .' $18920.00 received the previousi "I have submitted to the President

Dix. N. J.. after spending a wPe'II I, Front. I l '<,,' i according to announcement a memorandum which, he re-

tth his parents. Mr. and Mrs i He was hocked by a cow inI t ', 1 !here today of the State Welfare quested from me concerning the

Maurice: Rauerson at Bassinger. I j April and had been in bud health 1 Board. The figures were net figules Immediate deeping to -a depth of at

Corporal Raulerson was married since that time and last week his l 1 as reported by the Finance department least 8 feet of the Fort Myers Stuart

, ) Miss Francis: Rush on August' condition became so bad that he of the board.As Canal, as a part of our General

1 and the accompanied him here j vas carried to the Miami hospital f< ff June this year. there were Inland Waterway Development program

and Kill remain here while he is In u-here they operated on him. After t lot recipients of Old age assistance in Florida, and as an aid to
} the operation he developed pneui the movement of petroleum and
he army. Hi the county. There was a slight
i monla! and died. I! r rf War commerce.
decrease in the number of OAA
Corporal Reuben Lanier arrived Uncle Mart" as he was familiarly --cipients the state over, ,because 'I urged upon the President in

here Monday and is spending the known was born at Georgetown. \ L, neared Income resulting from my personal conference with him
< with his Mr and Mrs near Palatka March 3. 7861. He
\ eelc parents I increased employment incident to before leaving Washington as I
M E Lander and family. He will Ip'er moved to Osceola Countvwhere II I .in' work had previously urged upon the Office

;leave Sunday to return -to Fort he lived until he moved to t of Defense Transportation and
Okee
Amount of grants paid to
Bennlng. G/. where he Is stationed. 'he Take Section. He was married the Petroleum Administration for
aid to
> cbee County recipients of
near Palatka March: 3. 1861. He Senator J. Ed. Baker War the vital importance of the
they .Il' blind and aid to dependent
Soon after their rnarraije
immediate deepening of this waterway
I children for the last fiscal sear
Kooner, Scott arrived here this moved to Okecchobee and have llv" I nicm: 1 :: Bus'L' Like Region'I .101 bl1sherl citizen at Lake Count I and the full use of the
were:
week from Camp Blandlng and is ed here since. Besides the widow. I "Although political talk has not AP were interested in the matter canal, together with the further

spending' a fifteen day furlough he is survived by one son. Will 1 cached:: the boiling point there is in .1 new standpoint, and have Aid to the blind, $4 653.00, to 23 deepening of our existing Inland

with friends, and relatives.: Manning, who lives In California more conversation\ gouty around ash making an Inquiry to see if recipients.Aid waterways.
The funeral services were conducted '11' had foundation In to dependent children $1-
I with regard to prospective ;ands roport any "Also I have continually urged
Alva Anderson received a letter by Rev. D. O. Alderman, 1 dates for governor than is ordinarily act.I 316 00 to 8 families. the completion of new construc

this week from his son Corporal pastor of the Okeechobee Baptist I hoard this far In advance: of We have seen and talked to a The Board also announced that lion of the Canal from Miami to

Jerry Anderson In which he sated Church and the remains were laid the primary. Perhaps the reason! Is, i.u>ii er of Lake County citizens I, administrative: costs for old age Key West, a canal from the St.

that his now postofflce address tc- rest in the Okeechobee cemetery I| that one of the state's longtime Finally tlof: a committee tryingto / assistance had decreased 9.S8 p.'r Johns at Sanfcrd to Titusville and

'. "uld be In care of ,the Postmaster, following the services at the home. I politicians seems to be pushing: as induce the Senator to make the cent for the year; that there had from Sanford ,to'Lake Okeechobee

S"n Francisco Cal.. In the future. The pall bearers were M. C. .'I hard as he can in an effort to i ice. talked with the proviso that been a decrease during the year of down the Kissimmee Valley and
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Ife has adready been sent some P'tts' S. M. Swain' J. O. Pearce.Ed stampede voters Into believing he heir names not be mentioned at 20 per cent In th the amount cf the Canal from Yankeetown to Pa-

;lace In the PAcific.. Knight Cecil Holmes. Austin I has ck-veloptd l into an invincible'so his time. state funds used fcr administrative. latka. via Ocala; so that as far as
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Pearce. W. R. Sommers and Mr. far as the next race for governor'is We are able therefore ,to give ,purposes' and a decrease of 15 ,per, 'Is.jgos i fyhi.,and, feaslhlewehavea: ,
Coiypral Ray, Anderson, wjg has (Smith. /' txmdiirnej. c _," ,uv*<', ilca 1.0: Uie. runuu'.,,*,A\d:' ael e- cent'1n* tutor aainlnlstraeIV o seta completed Inland waterwAy system

been stationed with the Marines In --- "Several good men have been ned that with the announcement for the agency. across Florida in the northern and

New Jersey has recently been trans barracks! Just as the cadets do. This mentlned\ as possible candidates; referred to friends and ac- Fubht assistance disbursementsin southern parts cf the state, of a

f"rred to California.. field was built for English cadets.It .\ men well known for their particular qualntences all over the state have cash grants for the fiscal year uniform depth of 13 feet. This

Is owned and operated by the tr.lent. be it professional business!. critters and wired the Senator ending July 1 were 9081170.01, depth, we are sure especially in

Sergeant "Peanuts" Lephart spent Aviation Enterprises under Army financial agricultural or political. 1'1' 'mlblnlt their support in case he ,the largest for any one year since: view of the modified design of the

i short. while in Okeechobee Saturn contract. When the training of I Most of 'hem, we believe have been should agree to run. l.. program was launched in 1937. North Florida Barge Canal as a

i afternoon. He has been station En:: '!lL'h cadets was discontinued In srigpeftel: ; by their! friends, or pea In an interview last night one of V high level lock canal which will not

in the ncrth and was on his way 1942 the Woman Pilot trainee program pie who knew them best and who: tile committee now working, had Rodeo Feature lower the water cable at all, can

) Sebrlng was begun. The fourth class are interested\ In selecting: a man the following to say with referenceto not possibly Injure the undergroundwater

Inducted of this program was graduated yes \. ell fitted for the office of gover- the outlook for candidates In supply of the state or our
who was
Bill Bowden
has been glv- terday. Saturday. Au into the army in May and is now pictures were made yesterday and best all around man thus far suggested !: Thumbing through the Lake Region 1 terests."I .
medical discharge
MI at a Ashe\iie, N. C. where he U l-ou will probably see them. They Is our own State SenatorJ files Tve have reviewed the cannot make It too clear that

spending several weeks before re- also made a short reel here last Ed BJker. We reach this opinion Senator's history as printed in our ; the proposed North Florida Barge

month that you'll probably see; not Just because the Senator is news columns during the campaign) '#I" "' Canal Is only a barge canal, de

arising home.. then understanding more about a cttUen of Lake county but be 1'.n, \11\? WAS elected to the Senate j' ., signed to connect the Intra.

Private Paul Wongrey arrived In the kind of work I'm doing cause we know JEd.. Baker andhave ,' Fall 1.4'4Mv. coastal Waterway, which is nearlya
thank for the sub his qualifications Ke is! a Florida Cracker born in "
Again you compared from
O'-.eecho'oce: \ Sunday and Is spend thousand miles long, Corpus
scription. and the possibility of his election plant' City. Hlllstarough County \ Coastof
inc\ this week here vlsltlnj friends '.I Christi, Texas, to the West
and relatives, private Womrey has Sincerely I with' t the others who have been and a member cf one of the pion'eer Florida, andh1ch has a depth

seen service with the Air Force in CONSTANCO FINDER mentioned." i families of the state. His father ':f 12 feet and is designed only for
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ment- 1 wa born up in Hamilton Count".
South America and the Panama Recently the Orlando paper barge traffic with the Intra-coastal
Aviation Cadet Peter Tomasello J. Edwin Florida, and his mother in Ros..ell.OPt /
Senator
the of
Canal Zone, from which place herecently bored name ..atJACK Canal which runs from Jackson
returned. III of Kisslmmee, this week moveda Baker as a possible candidate in >l'gla. ;$,t# ., ville to Trenton, N. J., and has a

While here 'his week he stated step nearer the wings of a pilotIn I ')lip forthcoming gubernatorial race. I Prior to his moving to Lake ANDREWSOne minimum depth of 12 feet and Is

that he would qualify and enter the Army Air Forces with his Naturally the Senator being a well County in 1934 Mr. Baker lived In of the features to be presented designed only for barge use between -

the primary next year for the Job graduation from the 61st Flying I :1 (Continued on Page Two) at the Rodeo and Horse Races Jacksonville and Norfolk I
at Avon Park,
as County Prosecuting Attorney Training Detachment I here Sept 4, 5 and 6 will be Jack believe In this statewide system of

which place he was elected to fill Florida. He Is the son cf Mrs- I Andrews and his trained Brahma waterways and I have consistently

in the primary of 1940 and was Elizabeth C. Tomasello of GuestHouse Steer, Henry, which was taken by supported the whole statewide program

wanted a leave to enter the army No. 2, Camp Blanding, Fla. : Too Late to Classify Andrews when'his mother was killed but it Is a barge waterway
time he was a
Only short ago
j a
in January of 1942, when he was only three days,,I program and nothing more.
Pilot
Private Wongrey is the only pub- | rookie in the PreFlight -ld. He was raised on the ranch of "With that understanding, I hope

lic officer of this county who has School at Maxwell Field. Ala of : By Russell Kay Henry O. Partin near Klssimm.ee. that all parts of the state can
With the successful completion
resigned and entered the army during In addition to the trained steer act, work together, and with the State-
instruction he was -
the present war. this course of Mr. Andrews will also put on a bullwhip wide Waterway Committee set up

sent to the primary flying school at With so many folks "askln" and ducting a Congressional ;nq lry'l act.Dates by the last Legislature and appointed
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WOMEN PILOT TRAINEE: Avon Park. tellln': United States Senators The only thing that seemed to V by Governor Holland to

318TH AAFFTD Here he received his first train! nowadays, the matter of tryln' to :lacking! were Klelgg lights and a I For Mailing achieve something that will solve
the controls of an Army air-
in at
Avenger Field ? "Interview" one of 'em Is a real rb.er.hoee. Xmas Gifts Given our petroleum difficulties, be an
of civilian i
Sweetwater., Texas Auj. 8, 1943 plane. Under direction problem. Last week when Senator I quietly took a seat in the corner asset In lowering freight rates, fur-
Instructors of long experience
Dear Mr. Bowden: flying ofCIct'rsI I I Claude Pepper was in town I attempted : and assumed the' role of ob The Post Office Department annourtced nishing convenient and economical
carefully checked by
I d3 not know to whom I can to Interview him at his server this week that those wishing transportation facilities and afford

hank for the subscription to the of the Air Force, his Instruction, hotel. After working at it for two surely Senatoryou can see my to send Christmas gifts and ing access for pleasure craft to all
bean in one of the slow sturdy I
Okeechobee News that I'm recelv a hour or more I gave It up as hope' oslt'cn. Why this last directive by cards to men overseas with the parts of the state."

ing. tout I certainly do appreciateit. nrimary training ships. From I l l.'ss. Here's what happened: the WMC is ridiculous. Something I Army mint mall them 'between the V.

I read every word of it caret ully, novice he has now been trained<< to Knocked on the Senator's door, vas get be done about it*" dates ct September 15 and October CARD OF"'THANKS
the where he can do elementary '
because I'm interested in Okeechobee point I 'o be rromptly admitted. There Before the Senator could reply 15. Gifts must not be more than -

as a town and the people thereas flying and acrobatics.' !been I were a lot of. other folks there, the telephone rang.The audible end five i undo in weight, and shall be We wish to express our heartfelt
individuals. I know I shall always From Avon Park he has I some who seemed to "rate" and of the conversation went some > designated: Christmas parcels on thanks and appreciation
consider Okeechobee home. transferred to al basic school for I more who seemd "irate". thing like this: "Yes, this is j' \the wrapper. applies to all men people erf Okeechobee for the many

The two years I lived there and training In the faster and With morepowerful the Claude was seated on a davenport Claude. Oh, hello Bill, how are ,whose address contains an' APO acts of kindness extended us

worked In the community and for basic trainers. he will I and looked plenty tired. He greeted you?" long period while phone! numbed, <* during our recent 'bereavemnt In

the community shall always ,toe remembered completion M this course training to me cordially and said he would be | made noises like Donald Duck, Slightly more time is given for the death of our '(beloved R. Ik

as two of the happiest be sent for advanced advanced fly with me in a few minutes-"as I Senator patiently listened) "I Navy parcels but these must be Pearce. ,

years of my life. one of the numerous I finish with these gen- "tw:: wIth ycu. I can't do anything mailed before November I, The Mrs. R. L. Pearce and Family,
Southwest TrainIn soon as *
Is. not ing fields of the I VMr M
The life as a pilot trainee 'lemen". about it.. I'm only one man same size and (marking restrictionswill -
to
There he will learn Markham.
Center. Mrs. Roscoe
strict army ; and
We live A I realize that.-But I parcel, I
an easy one. These gentlemen" didn't seem up there.- affect these
aviation!. flv disciplined life Just as the training an to be In any mood to be finished did try I went over to see McNutt --- --V
further specialized spending month withrelatives
cadet do. We never speak unless with. shook fingers under myself.-You don't know how hardIt A H. Evans arrived in Okeechobee alter| a
We knew three answersto ,the type of ships which he will finally They these fellows to listen. Tuesday and is spending sometime end trteends in Georgia
spoken, to. I the Senator's nose and fired questions Is to get
all questions. "Yes sir no sir, I fly in combat.-Kissimmee Gazette at him like they were con (Continued on Page 2) herewith Mrs. Evans. and) VlrfItUa.

have no excuse 1 sir." WI live In / .. i ,

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PAQI TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDVY AUGUST 13. 1943
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(Dhcccliibec| I Nl'U5{ Continued RUSSELL from KAY Page 1)) FIGURE IT OUT YOURSELF NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED |i In compliance NOTICE with section 54 of

Laws of 1935 I i j I chapter 22079. Laws of Florida acts .
,. I -Etc etcJust add 20 minutes Notice Is hereby given that K. of 1943, The Board of County Com

Published Every Friday by the and stir with emotion. i E. Steno holder of Tax Certificate 'missioners of Okeechobee County.

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- I Florida will hold a public meeting
the I
The Senator hung up phone
No Issued the 7th
338 day of July.
bee Okeechobee County Florid. I II ., In the County Commissioners room
and turned to face the portion of : I A. D.. 1941. has filed same In my Okeeh.o':
at the Courthouse In ,
his "public" that was there In person ; office; has made application for a
I II ii I Florida, on Saturday August 21st.
BRYANT BOWDEN ._ .. Editor I
Tax Deed to be Issued thereon.
Now gentlemen where were I ,1, 1943, at 10 o'clock A. M. for the
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matt= I' Said Certificate embraces the fol and discussing -
Enured! as second class r we? I i described purpose of explaining
In the
lowing property
JUly t. 1914 at the Poet Office In ,, "How can a guy sell crates at II s I II I the Increases of certain Itemsin
of Okeechobee State of
County
OXeechobee Florida under the''' ceiling prices when his labor costs 1 I Florida to wit: I i the 1943 44 proposed budget to be

Act of March 8, 1870.STTBSCRTPTION. are double and logs have Increasedand I I I S 12 acres of NE'' of SW''.4 ; adopted by the Board of County
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-- RATE repair parts take six months I I SE'' of SW'4.' ; SWU of SE' except I,1 Commissioners.DRAWDY- Chairman,
Beg. 420( It. W of SE cor. of SW'' C E.
One In advance to get If we can get 'em Board of Commissioners
year 1300Six of SE'' run W 405 ft. N 82S ft.. County
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months In advance .... .. 1.00 Yes, Senator chimes In another r Id5 E 403( tt., S 825 ft. Sec 10 Twp. 34 Okeechobee County Florida

. ,Three months In advance ... .15'' guy "what about me I can'tget I I 8 Rge. 35 E. Containing 87 a.:ret. Attest: Roy R., Raulerson Clerk.
do Is : ; ---- -
any help Everything I viI The assessment of said property

Rending notices In local columns. wrong and nobody knows whnt'slrightnot I t' under said Certificate Issued was In NOTICE HUt OF 1'tI.aww Ai'I'I.ICTION\ mil)
19 cent a lIne. Rates for display I the of Unknown of I01S
name
furnished even the guys who are )! I :Nonce. ll li-rdn If""('" that OkMiihlni. -
advertising on application p shall be
I Uness: said Certificate
Put I holdir f 'I 1'mi
making the Insane rules"Then 1 Imorkinq inaV.'A ? Iiiorporiil.il" "
Classified advertising a cents redeemed according to law proper i I' I/lrub''a ;\" i. j. :a. in n in 31.

each word per Insertion. AH Items '' the 'phone rang again. .- I ,,, 1 1 figured out I couldpui I''ty described therein shall be sold to |> 32.luh 3.1. .c9:V:\. end D 40 1OH|1s.hAW u.'I
regarding enterprises conducted for Yes.. this Is Senator Pepper -Oo more of my W into wRj the highest bidder at the Court iniiirire : has, tnnile npplit| |, 'IClloO' | for

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng down to the OPA In the morning. I house door on the first Monday In j tl '1'I "l\ IWll to In iHIKll Ihere.Hl Still '
? t (c' rtlfliiiti'i, enil rnpp the fol'nwInB! ele
fONDS..TMlmaiibeiny
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rates Mable and tell Mr. Whoosls I sent (fell job done the month of September 1943 H "rlI"',1 I ptoiilt\| III II" C'oil M. of
what the Job which Is the 6th day cf September I ii I .,.1.1.h,,,ilipp.' Slate. of r"Im'lilii. to wit :
you. I don't know I quicker I nf .si't'. 1. Two
\e', nf I'l: NVVU
Advertising bills are payable on No you'll have to catch him a lot and easier 1943 :tl. \Hue, 3J; 81:1Sr.''. 4. 'rwp. 3.liu'i .
the first of each month Parties' pays. I Dated this 5h day of August 1943. 'I 11. Lnls I in and 11. 101'.<. 2'. Twp
unknown to publishers required to i when yo can.-All right 111 'phone if pi do your part ck.t I ton ROY R. RAULERSON ::11 I \Ige. :I.' 1ot'I'.t, %\\'I,.. 1"iif 1T.
I ''1I'| lIa. Hue. 3:1: ; Lot :'II. *,'. 'I. 1 "' r.i .
pay In advance. him. (Seal Clerk Circuit Court of i II| Hire 11: : lot U. 8re. U Inp. 34.
Turning back to his mentors the Home Front by Okee hobee County Floridda I I "it, .1'1. I ",In .11 toil !III.l 1'1"r. "". 'l'\\ l>.
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I 11. KIP. 3:1: ; Lnt 11. SIM 21: 'Inp. 54.
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the Senator tried again to pick i :1:1: : lot U:: Sir iTnn. 34.
SENATOR BAKER comersatlon | buyinq more WAR BOMJ Mt "" I HI1""" :It: :1.ot 7, f'-p !31 I"p, :II. lire,
of --1
the thread Itgt .
1': hut 7. Sec. 14. 1'IVp. 84 :.13.IHI
A man In the crowd pulled a I the 1 A HHIIIl'l I I. "t HIM" !property
Payroll .
through
(Continued from Page One) It 'imler milil ( ( rtltlinti l lumuil nr Ipin
flock of forms, questionnaires and : te'lt. : I ,IHHIIPI' of .V. J. Mimlilt Anton T.s .

West Palm Beach on the lower application blanks from his pocket. Savings Plan. ""J4 ..1"1, II hllIlt., 'I, ,"".1(I.I'uknow'n\\'., tlriritlli Itosr )1.

East coast That he Is well and Here Senator try filling out these .t.tr P I 1',01"1 i Bald OrtlflpntP iihnll he rilit'imil ,>
mcunllnir to liw. iiropcrtTI
favorably known throughout the : Just TRY. How can a guy run a '.,t M4oIp1 t phi 666ldauld I ,, 11,1,.il Ihrn'bt: nhiill 'hr: ,"M to lhliiuhpul
door
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state Is evidenced by the honors business when he Is expected\ ,-.., ,5.4L in"HIP, tint Wilder' M nt mlHV the In CgiirtliuilHn th" month nfx

nccoided him In civic and fraternal solve puzzles all day long?" for MtUrid Symptom I iiuiiliiT I 1011: \t hlh In the nth day

circles He has served as presi- The Senator smiled weakly "I t-The 'I "I' ..rjTlM'" :?....,' of Aitt-r. 14.43.
Best printing News II. It 41 I II'aI'IOS
dent of he State Elks' Association know. he said "we have a om- II lwr '
'iirtntOkt'cihulioc
U S. I navn DlttrtmtnlNOTIC I ,iSuill il'-rk Clrdill '
as Governor of the Florida District mlttee working on that You kno : -- --- News ads are profitable. I I'ollnt.10rl"lI.,
r: fl.1"1( \TII >
or Kiwanis, and for several 'earshas It takes time. It will be straighten .'0 R TVl>hMI ) I .. -00- ----- 0

been director of the State cd out soon I hope." :\n"? I It honliv.HW, ot irh 111.ii,15 In" A II Lex Green Will Be including high ranking membershipon h's' community He Is by occupation

Chamber of Commerce He Is of "What do I do In the meantime' I HIIHS linlI", ,'i ,,f \'nr,>rtiri<'iiti :G H'iHHIII'll the House Rivers and Harbor
small farmer and
a stock raiser
till TII) tnv "I' lull A. ll 'IIMI
the Presbyterian faith a memberof screamed the constituent "go : him filed innie In nn nfflr.' has mini I Candidate for Oov.S Committee and Chairman of the He married Miss Bessie Lucile Harris .
ii|"|.lli utloii for a lax IIIMM! to IK UKIII
the Masonic bodies the Shrine nuts? I il Ihp,,',,"
and the American Legion The telephone rang again 'Yes C"'I In the the Couiitt follow tag lit ili'Ht'rlheil.Okd'i,,".*prnpirl\. ,:Still" He was born in Bradford County. I two buns and one daughterN ; .

Senator Baker Is regarded by his Oils Is Claude.-"Well, I'm busy iif Klorliln" In-wit : Dke) riouda August! 12Con 'I i ilrla 51 years ago; graduate of VW ----
Hi ir ;\ .: cur. io\t 11,1 4. run H :til
friends as a sound capable businessman right now.-Yes I know-You don'tneed fl1', ,In K: ulilc of linuiiK, Creek 114" i pressman Lex Green cf Starke Lake Butler High School the University airline routes totall\g more

He to Lake Into that. I know what ft N slung milI, ('",'k tu ill\lnli vetcian representa-Uve In cf Florida and studied law than : mlle
came County to to go HIM. of ....t. J. :I nml 1 4 apprnxliiiiili' h COltgr'bS.today 350000 roughly equivalent -

assume the management of the they are saving-Yes something :111 fi'il. K: 14110 ft.. WIT .>:H. 'I'Wl'| :3. announced that he would] at Vale; was admitted to the Florida to 14 times around th globe
lim. ::111 iniitiilnlnif, lu nrrv'..
Harry Anna Crippled Children's must be done for the larmeis. But 'I'ho iimmiiniiMit nf sold, I'rlll"'ri seek the nomination In the Dcnw and United States Supreme -- and linking all majcr cities both

Home at UmatOla and 'under his you know we have a war to win It under> nnniH milI nf CprtlfleutP I'.IMKIIII CHrntliiir| 'liiupil, win('0. Inthi rratlc primary next fay for Governor Court bars. He taught In the pub- within and without tie United

administration this fine institution takes men to build ships too.- I:np.. Hiilil l 'iTtifl..""' Hlinll l hr .redppuipd : 0: the Sate of Florida. lic srhoih of F'"rldn :.i' sew:aljears States. are sought by GO cirpanles
BPcorilltiff tn irop rt\
has come to be regarded as Yes. I suppose so. I'm doing every- I ,iloHirlhcil therpln uliiill l I"o aol.l hi tinhlglii'Ht ;. Orein who I dean of the Florida Since *ie was 17 years ol age and Individuals 1'e'\ .'M by
.lilililpr. lit the ('oil rthon.e door .
one of the outstanding of it's kind thing I can.-Im sorry. on l'II" flmr Monitiiv' 'In tin month' of delegation In Conaress and Assist he has Leon a ii embe oBaptiJ < an exclusive survi' T .r "Am-

In the Southeast His record of And so It went one after another pplcinlii.plunder' 11I1a:. IIII nhlch: In ''h,' Hlh IHnf \ mt nem':1',1tic'hlp.. holds eight t Church and has been Bf' n icaii Avlatlo. UM mdusnv pubicat -

l'en'lce to crippled children Is a. the phone ringing every five limed J thin :loth dry of .hilt;. 1'M .mpo'tni : 111111]' ''e irmen in the civic and business a 'air >: : n
I HOI u. iun"iifio\:
tribute to his character and abil- minutes for good measure with Seal) Iprk I'ln, .nil Cnnitokpuhobee "' ..

Ity. nothing ever settled,. nothing definitely l'ouat.. KlorliliiNOIIC -- -
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Although he Is serving as Lake's answered But the Senator : t: VTII)'
II" t'I;: :-I I
the Like a lot of M> T >
State Senator. Mr. Baker Is Isn't government
by no I.linn ..r III.IANnllle
means looked upon as a politltl. other folks he Just happens to : ll lllTl'V ([hill 'Illlll, \. .ll.vI '
,
"the sow I. Johnson holili. nf 'I"u I', "ntll 'I' w
an." Elected to office over a worthy represent what we term i ," u. :ii.i :in in, UHIIII ,iin' ;iii, 'oar
which the government | iliiv of .luh. .V. li 1H4I.' him find MII' /
opponent by an overwhelming I e'elgn people In ni\' nlilii, ,I : )IIIIH tnnili" iippMi! 'iiilnn I i I I I
majority. he demonstrated his ability is supposed to be OP and BY i,,11 lux Di'Cil tn In Umii'il" ilipnun *.n.'" I
I 1 I CiTllllcalf diilirinex tin .II.wlllll ''I I' .
as a sourd representative of the and FOR-and a mere representa I iirllii-il property in I In' Count '" I yt'i .
is of little con I I okepi'hnhHp, SiHe, of I. lurlilii. to wit
people during the last session of live of the people 1 .VII hl.s.iC. 1 tn '"j I Hi'. ., lint Drn I .,,_
the legislature Hf4 knowledge> of I corn !ft> the arrogant bureaucraup rluttllNlttl' rt hlllHll\lllolf i tit (trirt uf W|
neck In plans i It. 1'\1'1'. 34. Km'. :.11. I
the state's affairs and needs his to his little pink 'Hit. iiHAi'ttNitii'iil. nf nul'l' I'r"I" I n I
I theoiies" and wild Ideas I ,,111,1,1', mihl I rliriiilli\ ",. iKHinil \\il- ,
familiarity with the different sections and 'pet Hi" Nulne' of I'iiknovtiiI .
of Florida Its resourrese Its -Like the sideshow barker. he I I 14.l, It. mi,, III <'"rlll'h'"I"- .hll II I"' n
1
maker ill cnii'il iliiorillliK ,In Inn i\\1'I I
industries and Its people. together points his cane at the law I ilcmrlhi.il\ Ihrl" el11 Mluill InhlaliiKl N"1'1 I,, .
boy. You lilililir\ ut the CiiiirtliiniM 'r'I Ion
back
"Stand |
.
with his for and shouts ,
ability sound thlnkln I the first Moliilm, In tinin"" leiSrpleuth.r.
'",1 l Xipli inlicr' l!>lt: .
his outstanding qualifications.These. with his slight of hand and urges IhUod: :: lid., .'8l:Ii dNl. "t, .1111\ 1111\
I and 1I0y'lI 11.\1'1 I'II: "
together with his broad the yokels to PAY the man :
ac IS. ,nil, Icik' Clriiilt r nilIkeei '
and see the show.-"Something different ( 'hoi" ,Ciillnn F'I'rl uvom "'
qualntanceshlp popularity .LAvOb? '
on now. I a
throughout i the state place him In something new-going t: nt vri'i II vi 110' .

an enviable position. To our way of going on all the time-never out Kin. 'r vDH ii > ; :
i i nun uf ISIS 4
thinking If the Senator could be never overl"By I Nolhi: \IM hi'ri'l,,\' git.'u' Unit I' WXiiinlir
heart for holder,' nf '1'... IVHifli,' :SI w
had
induced to become a candidate this time I no I I 1.147. Imiui'il lhi Tib dry nf JulA, liI.Ml

lake County might well bear the an Interview. I left with a feelingof : him flh'il mum In nn olll'i' >h.i

honor of having one of It's citizens genuine pity for all who slavein I I':innli:,. |H. :iipplliHtloii:!:I" thi-riiiM; for Sulil n 1'Tux erllflciilc' Kifil cmI nI '
I Inn' the folliiulnu ill'I"1'I"hit I'r"I"'I'I
rrcupy the Governor's chair during the role of Public &rvant-es' I| i Ihr ix i ",nnitol' I IIki'in'liohfi. MMi '

1943-48! peclally United States Senators. loililn, \, to. nil : .
| 1'1\\1.1 \I'.' N of VI I I 1.111" <"tl' I

In our Interview with the Baker --- --- 21: .. .Tn p. .17 ltd*.. 31. Cnilinliil'iff' ;
.1. 'I. MI
Committee there enthusiasm ...... Illlll, "
was great 1"I III "' .111 of ploKMiiiiiliT \

manifest for their candi- .Immlllmlmlm\llUllUllllllimllmlllmnl\m. : : \ : \: ;I"". the IIHIIIC mihl of IVrillliutp,1oni'pli,,I ll.nuir Unni'il un> I I j

date. .. 1,1"0.:,, .,,1 M' "I'et.tll'Ie'IIf1.{ "linll, lit- rrdr.11u'1 I
\ iinorillnir In. nprouii| 1.\ I
In the discussion It was made EDGAR HAMILTON ./.'..'rllml iliiTelii, ulnill Im .,.\J) to ,ili>,. i ililllii'Kt
.lilililpr nt the 1'iiiirllioiiHp id
clear that the fact that Senator on the first )',,"..IrIn tlio monili lIt ,
AND ?" '11"'r. VIIII! : nhlih" ,In tin nth <,lnt ,
Baker was not a politician was In G. TRAMMELLANNOUNCE of i Si.pti.iiilipr" 1 11:1.:
his favor. One man remarked: : CLYDE "HuhI\ 'thin Hlh iln\ "'f ,Viiirimt 1041 t
HttY H 11.\1'1 l I 1.IHIINsi :
People are sick of politics; they ,.,,11| i l''l.Tk I 'In lilt Court ofItkerrboboe j't
Ci'>illilriorliln' .
are becrlnnintr to look for men
-
1th sense to lead them. Politics they will be associated together In M> ri( IOK: 1I'1'11'll'IIIV ,
H>K T %\ IH-H I II
lias Its place but In the selection of the practice of law with offices on .tin'. nf ill 18Nnllip

-i governor we. !end we think the, I Build : ,. In ,hi'ii>li\' guru' 'Hint, ,T IIVVulki'r .
in the Comeau ,
the 7th Floor Kr. holili-i of Tux iirilflmtiSo '
general public! prefer men ,,'hoknow 1.14.:. Ixmii Ih,' "tli ilm "f ...lulV ,, \' Ii
ing West Palm Beach. Florida. II. VMI him' rllml IIIIIIP III tin
the value of the tax payer I I, "I'flrr : ,h.,,m innili' ,ul'llirntlau\ for u A
.
dollar. and will administer thetatp' ln\ lin'il <.> ln Imiiiil\ Ih..' ..,,u. !Xiililiiitllliiitr BIG family like; Florida Motor -

affairs onoml ally! I 'I' lnll'.lllI'\IIIIIIII'lllnlIIIIWI'IIIP"I \ : !?: !! : : !!' !! :! ;", I |.I'uprrly i mlir.....III tin lit, follonlnit l'..iiint"f drNrrth..1

I. I "'h"Irr. I'Ilc'. ', of 1ldll., In w \ltI'.lm : '.; Lines has many jobs, to do all t '
; I hot 111, k inn I.lty of Dkeesi ,

'': ""' !' !' IIIIiiIlluil! : : IIIIliiiillmlllliillllllllllfllj! !! illjmlllllmlmllll1luFor \ \ .. I rlnhr.' I
; 'I"i'II'IIHI! fllllIJIIIp! lI 'I'4',I\ ."IHKi'H",,101'rtlfl""I." !'!!!'Ill "f.' Xlllll 1..11"wu.\ pr'p.rtIu',1'r In { Important to the whole. The care of

I tin. i"nun of VIM. l\1. A. VlnnurilI .
I iiliKH null) ("irtlflinliHliiill" 'I" rilipimil '.. the cleanliness sanitation of our stations-the comfort and assistance -
HiiurilliiK ,I" Inw iiriprty| IPI .
I I I'hd' I l thrr..tu Hllllll lit ""\111 to thoIch'"I '
Sale Cheap Iii I.' l.lll.IlT lit, till'. lllirthl'HKP dour
and Red ,
of falls to Maids our Porters our '
'n Ole: tlrni' Monilnt' III DIP month "t.I t our patrons our ,
I \f ,,".ml,,'r IIMI: nhlih" In the lit h dnc! I
1'1 rpt'ntb'r.i 1111:1:
I I' iinl\ the. Illi t'he''f,, ,'IIIt".t.' Hit:!. caps. Smiling, Industrious-you've seen them often enough to know
= -= :
= = HOY U. 1t.\I"Ltlll'ln-

: : 71 4 Acres good Citrus or Farming Land. g I ISI,111, tli-ik 1.1 l '1 In>""ty.nil I ll'int H"UlMlfK ,|nfUkei'iliolipe I I' how really important they are to Florida Motor Lines and how usefulto

Lemons :::: 01Vl'l'l K" VTIONKK ,
:
Some Bearing Tangerine Orange m I-
T1Il1hD I have shown and diligence in the
our They courtesy
: some Sour Orange Trees, the Seeds of which 'n:: 'I Nonce; U hereby 1.11" of nlvfti 11I, \thnl 1tnu.In1'S passengers.

are used for Nursery Stock. Fine for Poultry. |j| \"" ,I'11" /HI ford' l I".. 1\1111111"holili. ,, "' nf Imiiiiil'lux I Vrilflinti'InJul,: ,\ dncof '. face of a job that seems never finished. Florida Motor Lines appre-

= Four-room House. No Lights ; Hand Pump but \ :Spiit.iilii.r. A, P. U''."*. h.. ''I'1'
g <."". \In inoffli'i. : him iinuli' ulq'tlro and efforts the bus
ciates thanks them commends their to vast
= Good Water Large Oaks near House. Two j lion for n '1'., Deed, tn Im 1.,1Ih..r.nll. .
.
-- Sold Cprtlfliiitti iiihrii< f t thofolliinlnv )
Miles West of Okeechobee City. Free and ilpmrlliHil. iiri'lu-rlv Iti Ih"
p idiinfT ,.f Ok'"t"'... 14,11',1., \ /. : traveling public whom they serve in many weyo-end we.

Clear, with Abstract. g;| du, t" wit : :
All B'oiku 41 'In N) liir HiuiHPt 1'nrlc '
== == Sabdh'Idunof HIP :t Iy uf H.' '"'''' J" n
If Interested Iwp ,17 S 1111". :.11 K1h :.
g aN HM.inpiit of MMiiropprtv{ 4 UNION t" .TION N. E. let Sfr..t tt 3rd Art. Phone I-4&OS 'i
'ert111rnU'" IMUI" w"" \\11
unilpr.. nmr mill nf" fl' PW.hnliw' Lnml b Inv : 411x+ MIAMI r ;.US DEPOT S3S WMhln9 Av.. 'ho S.III}
j Co and F. W Bell\ ft 111* tits
F Write M. R. B. j t.Hlnm milil, (Hrltflitiln ibnll l" T'ilwineil
::
.
ni-Kinlltig to I law, prpprty IP 1e _
'" ...1d to theMirhist .
,irlliPil I Ihi-ri-ln .hllhe\ GRfiLAMoTonhVES
5695 31st St. ( Marino Rd. ) lililil'T ill the rnnrthniiw duce : -
or ) g on the fleet Mnnilur In the tii'mtb utSi'ptenil.er.
11,1: which ll the nMb' day .I
I- St. Petersburg, Fla. !d .t M"p\I1\1.r. 1943: ;

'5 1)01.1. L) I"I'I! duty it'' l rl"'nW{ r .
,
tg Wtl'yN -.A't1'Lrayle'' .I lueNS.P IW ,,
i III 1 N IIN !aiNNNNIII I ININIINRNNIIL I I: R> N N II.I1..I! !! !! # I ''NNNII! (S,.,"II! ...,.hoHiw'I..rl1 rirriilt Oiiinlj,Ci.iirl.'llIrl"(.ifOkP Y ;. : : ',. _"








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FRIDAY, AUGUST U, 1943 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE TUKLK

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Personal Items I TENTATIVE FIGURES SCHOOL SUBMITTED BUDGET BY I Fioridans: !i Get Happy Welcome I.I Gems for Your- Scrapbook Ceiling On Liquor


SUPERINTENDENT HANCOCKThe "_ : Have something to it
say; SAY
t
Dr. T. T. Coleman returned to his I Will Be EnforcedTampa.
|, and stop when you've done.
home here Tuesday after spending following letter was written j -Tyron Edwards.

a month In Tallahassee, Sealey and accompanied the School Board!' r; -
August 9 (Special)
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Springs, Ala. and Macon Oa. Budget to Tallahassee for the ep- I .. Genuine good taste consists of
Major
portions of a new
While In Alabama. Dr Coleman proval of the State Superintendent' saying much in few words in choosing regulation

was taken seriously til and was and Is self explanatory.H. II I : >' among our thoughts in having designed to effect reductions to

carried to the Macon hospital H. Hancock: / I: 1 order and arrangement in what we consumers for liquors and wine and

where, he recovered.0 Okeechobee, Fla.. Aug.3 1943 j'I /. say and in speaking with compo- to provide a workable and enforceable
method of price control for
Honorable Colin English su>e -Fenelon.
Mrs. I such liquor were Issued today by
Jerry Hancock of Fort I State Supt. of Public Education ,
Meade is spending; this week in I State Department of Education k' When one has no design but to the Office of Price Administration.They .

Okeechobee visiting friends and speak plain truth, he may say a I become effective August 14.
Tallahassee, Florida
relatives and attending to business, 'I r rA great deal in a very narrow com Today's action sets forth formulas
Dear Mr. English: 4ry ,
While here she sold the old Jerry ,, SAM past).-.Sir Richard Steele. to establish maximum prices for
We hand you herewith for your
Hancock I x sales of imported Cuban and Mexican
place East of Okeechobee consideration our tentative budget ;, Our Master taught his diclples one

to B. Elliott of Pahokee who had I for the operation and maintenance !' orief prayer, which we name after I gins and sets forth general
provisions :
formerly applicable to all sellersof
purchased the property of schools of Okeechobee County nlm the Lord's prajer.-Mary Baker
round it. these commodities.
including District No. One Bond > Eddy.
I Nationwide fixed margins established -
0Representative -- and the County wide, Bond knownas I
t Is the best recommendation wholesalers and retailers
W, J. Hendry> BPI Bond, and Debt Service Brevity

pent Tuesday in Miami attending We are enclosing also a certificateof ., of speech whether In a scna' I will affect both domestic and 1m

to business and seeing friends I of tor or orator.-Cicero. ported items. The net result will
findings of our mass meeting I
I be the establishment of ceiling
-0- July 29 with proof 01 advertisement If you would be pungent, be '
Mrs. B. O. Bowden 1 prices at levels somewhat below
and
granddaughter -
attached. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT' Ambrose O'Connell, Executive Viet Chairman
one for it is with words like It Is' those now
Orville Ann Lingenfelter Democratic National Commlttte; Paul A. Brown, Democratic Natltna prevailing throughout
I wish to call jour attention to
with sunbeams; the more they are !
of Tallahassee, and Susan Stello of I Committeemen, West Palm Beach; J, Edwin Laraon, State Treasurer" : the country.
the fact that although o..r budget
Sebring arrived in Okeechobee Jackionvllle; Frank C. Walker, Chairman, Democratic National' Con condensed, the more they burn. I In Instances where liquor priceshave
calls for increase In expend
an
mittee.Vlien, Robert SOuthey.
Tuesday and are spending this I i i risen unwarrantedly high lev-
tune owing to an increase in salaries -
week here I we are able to decrease the \ they recently visited Washington Paul A. Blown of West Pain V I jets, either through misunderstand

Beacb, Democratic National Committeeman ofFlorlda.andJ.Edv..ln mg or through evasion of and VIOlation -
Florida Trees of
0'I'I amount to be raised from ad va
Mr. and Mrs. Larson, State Treasurer of Jacksonville, received a happy welcome from of previous maximum
left Sunday for loam taxes with a substantial decrease Chairman Frank C. Walker of the Democratic National Committee and price-- the erect of today's OPA

in mllla ge. his Executive Vice Chairman, Ambrose O'Connell
C.. where they will spend three Much War Value action will be to bring about a
'iweeks 'I I wish especially to call your attention In no state In the Union Is there a finer relationship existing betweenthe 1 i substantial reduction of prices. In
Democratic
to National Committee and the Democratic State Delegation
one item of receipts that jollier Instances where sellers have

Albert Berka who Is employed at I enables us to eliminate one mill i \ Washington, Aug. 10 -The observed strictly the lop legal

for ._ .
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'
general funds. We had -- --- --' ---" ----
our II --- ---- fall of tree in Florida and
the Embry-Riddle Air School in NOTICE OF APPLICATION a pine prices for: liquor and wine or where
budget made calling for 5 mills)] on' ('Ul'lt( the of to our
Clewiston, arrived In Okeechobee liES OF (1111151SCIENIST parachuting supplies the force of competition has held

this week and Is spending a two all districts and 6', mills on coun FOR TAX DEED : troops in Isolated regions of the down the general price level, the

, weeks vacation hl"re'Ith Mrs. Ber" ty wide funds. Then It was our Laws of 1935 front have become inter-related ,to new regulation will prmlt some up
Notice Is hereby given that H,
ka. good fortune to receive a ch&ck "SOUL" Is the subject of the form one of the bright chap'ers of said adjustments.No .
1 from Mr. J, M. Lee Boiee holder of Tax Certificate No.
-0- Comptroller, Lesson seimon" which will be read industry In the war. estimate of the amount of rev
: 284. Issued the 5th day of
Prof and Mrs. C. 'M. Williams I' in he amount of 3333.33 from September in Churches of Christ Scientist, Such parachutes are made from ductlons in prices to consumers can
I' A. D. 1921, has filed same in
returned to their home In Okee- I Racing Commission allotted to the throughout theworld on Sunday, paper, one of more than 10,000::> be made OPA explained because
my office: has made applicationfor
chobee Sunday after spndlng two schools of this county. We saw at I August 15. products now being manufactured wide price disparities that have
a Tax Deed'to be Issued thereon
weeks with Mr. Williams' fattier In I once that we could take a mill off Said Certificate The Golden Text is: "The Lord from wood pulp, a great number of prevailed from one store to another
embraces therQlloinll'
Georgia. general and provide a small described is my shepherd; I shall not want. which are being used directy in and between communities.

V amount more for Debt Service. ; of property in the He maketh me to he down in green bolstering the nation's fightingower Liquor! ; and wine pi Ices were pie
County Okeechobee State of
The Florida Optometrlc Association This we proceeded to do. Now we pastures: he leadeth me beside the vlously frozen" at March: 1943

tells us that "face Planning" have been informed by the County Florida to wit'SE'4 : still waters. He restoreth my soul" highs and this system has been
'
Florida Is
Commissioners of SE' of NE', Sec. 29. contributing large
of this county'
iwlll become |' iPs. 23.1-31: for
commonplace after the maintained! with adjustments
wood
of valuable
Twp 33 S. Rge. 3} E. quantities pulp
their
war when a greater use: of color in I through attorney that they Among the citations which comprise and Florida manufacturersare ush fac'ots as increased taxes
The assessment of said pioperty paper I
are contending for this check. I the Lesson sermon is the fol-
materials
eye wear and new and Brands which were on the market
at meet
under\ said Certificate Issued was in humming top speed to
spectacle wearing habits will be I do not know the grounds of their I lowing from the Bible: 'Come unto demand. In March 1941 have held the line,
the name of R 0, Hardee. the ever growing
fashion contention. This matter you may I me, all that labor and are heavy ,
governed by style and experts ye I I I almost without exception but new
I Unless said Certificate shall be Amcnj the essential wartime deflopments -
new beauty new lightness Investigate We have no doubt that I I I laden, and I will give you rest. ; brands coming on the market since
we are entitled to tills aJ redeemed according to law, prop I \" in which paper Is be-I
and new durability, as forecast by I money Take my yoke upon you. and learnt I' then have been too high in many
erty described therein shall be sold of
ln to Is that
lotted to bill < put unique uses
us by in tht"'la.st
things to come in the August Optical a past t me; ; for I am meek and lowlyin ] instnces the OPA said.
I Legislature.If to the highest bidder at the Court. piper suits of armor" tough and
Journal and Review of Optome 'house I heart: and ye shall find rest At a later date when the OPA
have door on the first Monday in' versatile enough to protect artillery I
try. you any suggestions to unto your souls" I iMatt 11:28.: 29. completes Its pricing program, evasions .-
the month of September. 1943 'hells from dents and nicks In
make this other
concerning
; or any also includes
The Lpsson-Srmon
1 the introduction of
4 through : :
which is the 6th day of Sep'ember handling' and shipment, againstt'xh'e
item of budget, we '111 be pleasedto
the I
I 1943. tIi >me climates and penetrationof .
make corrections to conform Christian Science tex'book, "Sci Ifled.
Dated this 6h day of August. 1943 So these
salt water sturdy are
Gilbert Theatre to your request ence and Health with Key to the
As aid in
ROY R. RAULERSON paper containers that In routine I an to consumers informing

I Yours sincerelyH. I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court of \ Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: government tests a 30 Ib. shell is i I ) them of official ceiling
I "It Is our ignorance of God. the
H. HANCOCK, Supt pkeechoee Florida. and prices' that a seller may charge the
n.I OkeecbobeeFriday Comity slid: Into its armor case dropped I
r divine PrliKlp.e, which producesappllrf'l1t regulation requires all sellers of
I ten feet nose first on a con
----- ---- and the right un '
discoid
--- !
& Saturday II I cre'e floor Ithout harmful result. packaged liquors to observe specified -
hal'1'110ny '
!I ierstandliig of Him restores -
methods maximum
of publishing
the tech-
I Interestingly enough
Truth at length will com prices. either through mark-

DOUBLE BILL At4ERICAMA I \\xl us all to exchange the pleasures: nique' of producing these needed paper In" the Individual container giving' '
vast scale
containers
on a
SIG oDAL1Li7 ,md painof sense far the joys ofSoul" sales slips or posting prices.ments .
GEORGE BRENT for the de'ense program was de
''p. 390:7.11': .
,
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GEORGE WASHIN6TOM, veloped by a company which makes

-a.nd- fl HAVING WON THE WAR Of Speaking last week a millions of cans cf foodstuffs an- of science in the development -

BRENDA MARSHALL LIBERATION, RETURNED TO official suggested nuallv the American Can Company. rf paper for wartime use Is
PURSUITS War Manpower:
PEACEFUL ON HIS
'be The company has produced almost a map which can be immersed In
VIRGINIA/ ESTATE AMONOHI& that war workers might rewarded -
-In'CAN'T attendance records with a hundred million of these water indefinitely wrung out and
MOST CWRISWEP HCMfCJ lor t
ESCAPE WERE HOteE-MlWlN&MD gifts of naylon hose for women irtj'( "suits of Armor" to carry as still read, the Imprint 'toeing: uninjured

BREWING BEER HIS 0616/WU/ tires lor men. such rewards would I many shells to the fighting forces by the soaking.

FOREVER"WILLIAM J RECIPE FOftBEEB.WllSOWVHANDWBITJN6 be more valuable than money itseas overseas. Florida() d pulp] Is playing a.

IS NOW IN THE pointed out. I Among the most recent achieve big part In helping to win the war

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& Monday '!( lAf BEFORE ftOBEUT FULTQM'S FIRST ADMIRAL DEWEY ACHIEVED ONE I I,
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-and- them recapped HUMPHRIES at Fort

Pierce in one of the South' finest plants. We v I
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"THE VANISHING I be a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and I I.I

VIRGINIAN" I passenger tires during the next four months and I'' -. I

grade III tires are about all gone. When your 1.

Also: Wings for the Fledgling tires become smooth, have them recapped at "I was just tellL my brother Fred .this against ich other, arguing about an issue

Right of Way.Coming. once. We have plenty of recapping rubber. I morning, Judge...there's never been a time like that. We've got a he-man's job on our

I in our lives when we got to live up to that hands to win this war and, we can't be

old sayin" 'United we stand, divided we fall wasting our minds, our money and our

Attractions I more than we have to today.. strength fighting about something we

"How true that is, Herb. And for the tried for nearly 14 years and found couldn't

Humphries Tire & Retreading Co. life of me, I can't figure out why, at a time work.

AIR FORCE like this, some folks insist on raising a ques- "I say there's a time and a place for I

tion like prohibition. I can't Imagine any. everything, and this is no time or place to
YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY nOSE 139 thing that would tickle our enemies more be doing any light in' except th.l kind that's

STRIKE AT DAWN than to get us folks over here taking sides going to win the war"
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