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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 20, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 29-Number 9 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 2; 1943 Price Five Cents

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'.'\iM.A FORMER COMMISSIONER;
i
MR. AND: MltS. H. U, I'.VOb ) 'r'- .. I Old People Will
News OF Our BoysIn RETURNED TO THEIR ',( i I OKEECHOBEE COUNTY .

.: IS VISITING HERE
Various HOME; HERE ITESIMY e.. '! > ,i Get Increase In
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CampsAt |I R. M. Durrance, for many years
Mr and Mrs. W. R. Page returned
a resident of Okeechobee, and
to their home here Tuesday after i Their PensionsAlthough
Home & Abroad former chairman of the Board of
spending two months In Tampa -' I
County Commissioners of this
where Mr. Page was undergoing ow-
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sweat received medical treatment. Mr. Page Is j d'l4' county, but now a resident ofi recipients of old age assistance .

a letter this week from their very much Improved in health and i i i Sneads. arrived here Tuesday and will receive an average Increase

son, O L. Sweatwho is In the says the treatment he underwent In | A fit I 1 Is spending the week here visiting of $4 each from !the funds ..

United States Navy In which he Tampa was very beneficial friends and relatives. He expectsto raised by the cigarette tax, this

said he was getting along fine and --v- I leave Monday does not mean that every recipient

that In the future send Otis mallin VFlorida -- will receive that amount. Some

care of the postmaster, San Mrs' Sandefer Was : News Men may receive more than $4 Increase,

Francisco. Cal In his letter to his and some less

family he told them they could Laid To Rest Here': The following statement was authorized .
Are Fine
.send him his heavy boots becausehe 1 Making ,today by E H. Hunt memo

could use them now, which. ber of the District Welfare Board:

sounds like he Is taking part In the I! Sunday Afternoon Records In War "Old age assistance: grants are

Campaign In the Aleutian Islands I 2 i based entirely on need," Mr.

He also asked that they tell the Funeral services were conducted Hunt explained "It Is quite pos
Tampa. Aug 17- I I sible that In
Okeechobee
News that he had some cases recipient,
at the Baptist Church here Sunday
found out 'that the East Coast is ,, I glowing reports are filtering home because of increased income, may
afternon at 3 o'clock for Mrs. from several war fronts which tell
fur ahead of the West Coast I I I receive a cut In grant. All recipl
,, Crela Sandefur who died In the I of effective work being done by ents have never at any time received -

Word has been received here :i Jackson Memorial hospital at Ml i> I Florida news and publicity men the same amount-the grant varying -

'hat Keel Hood, Jr., has been trans i i ami on Thursday of last week at I now In the Armed services. from $5 to $40 per month according n

:Vrred to Camp Stewart Oa, and I Lieut Hampton Dunn Floral. to the need of the individual .
carried
I I .er a long illness She was e
placed In the Heavy Artillery. l 'Xa, City boy former Tampa Times! reporter .
e to the hospital two months ago. and president of the Unl
I
I I
"Explaining further, during the
Rex Anderson rho Is stationed in. Mrs. Crela Morgan Sandefcr was : verslty of Tampa Alumni Assocla
war a considerable number of recipients
Key West with the United States born at Jennings. Fla. January 10, Win, was commended by Maj. have had their Income increased .

Navy, pent several days of this 1894 She moved with her family to Gen James H. Doolittle for his ,
by accepting light employment '
week In Okeechox! with his broth I, Ckeechabee In the early thirties complete and comprehensive reporting -
\ such as they are physicallyfit
PI-. Alva Andel'l>Oll. He left yesterday : and has made this her home slnc: of the battle of Pantellerla.
Following on the heeds ji .. successful fcisslwmee,, Alec and his ; to do. Otliets. because of boos
to return to Key West. I She is survived by one son R. L., Doolittle said: "The coverage of
showing of the Florida mule, and Keen's famous ing shortages, may have benefltted
Jr In the United States Navy, two 1 news and fine stories sent in from .
cowboy Rodeo at Arcadia July 4. riding! standing jumping act from higher rents on small properties
According to word received this daughters Mary Shulman and Es your wing during the final stagesof
and 5, Billy Keen and Oscar Clem an au'omobile. .1 they own. Others may have
week by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meek idle Sandefur of Okeechobee; two 1 the battle and surrender were
announced plans for 6, had their incomes Increasedby :
trom their son, Sergeant Robert E. sisters, Mrs. Mills Prince of Jacksonville Otis have Nell Llngle's trick riding unusually good. I want to con A

Mack, has arrived safely In England and Mrs. Lola Duncan of Labor Day Rodeo with horse racing Ra'ph: Clark's trick riding and gratulate you on the showing 'ne I allotments from relatives In

with the army. He Is with the Atlanta. Ga : three brothers, Stanley lit Okt'l' hc'bee.' three davs Sep! liij, will also be included were able to make as a result." the military service. These are onlya
4. 5 and 6. few of the examples,
ember I
Heavy Bombardment Squadron and Morgan of Portsmouth. Va. T.t program. Other Florida men noted In dispatches .

will probably see plenty of action I, J Morgan. Charlotte N. C. and J. The Okeoihobee airport Is to be.! 'A show of quarter horses \ : for their outstanding work "The Social Security Act was

in that theatre of war soon. |I E. Morgan of West Palm Beach. he scene of the meet which will be-: featuie "Big Chief." "only I are Bernal E. Clark, former publicity amended 'by Congress In 1941 to

I Funeral services were conducted .'eld at 3 p. m dally according to 1 bottom(, stallion In the I :'director for the Florida Pow' read: 'The state agency (State

A received here this he management.. Clemons, who Is Include Welfare Board) shall, in determining -
cablegram I by Rev.'D O Alderman of the Arena events will er and Light Company, R. J. "Bob"

week ,by Mrs. Durwood Lightsey I Okeechobee Baptist Church and all Florida champion calf loper" rid.ng; calf roping, bronc I.Eastman, -St, Augustine formerly need, take Into consideration

from her husband In which he said burial followed In the Okeechobee I will serve as arena director and I II I and tullclagglug Contests \\ official photographer and publicity any other Income and resources of

that he was now In one of the captured I will furnish the livestock for the' \ Frank an Individual claiming old age assistance '
I cemetery. I, rpen to all prize money director of Marine Studios
towns of Siciy and was getting show. k i $18 $10 and $5 with Gainesville, former pub : .' By complying with the
: The pall .bearers were Hugh [ :| I'I't Wright '
Keen, who has appeared In Mad- Social Security law, the state receives -
along fine Durwood Is In one Chandler W. R. Cheshire. R, E added 'finals.. llclty 'director of the University of

of he Tank Divisions and at the j Hamrick Clyde Duriance. Clifford Isbn Square Garden five years and I jflOfors :avtnep' U/S. j Ftoht4e. @n\ .d.KenUPth; : ) :EalllnaA: }! i matching. funds, amounting r t
. .itl ;th<<. dablegram Wu'. sent,)was w IU"lI t'Ii"n.' ': l'r't:1'IV'!: \1C1." .#'Ui'.teft, +' "; k.{ r.t hf".1h "tgda's; .! Air Forces Orlando, world : former political editor of the MII to' millions .annually. for
eta'ioned' In the town which the -- I YOlk fair: will produce the show. I a I ami Herald, and later assistant to ment of old age grants In Florida"Mr.
pion cowboy from Cody.
Americans captured Sponsors of the show are the the General Hunt stated further that
Richest Source Attorney
Guavas is
expected to participate
Ckeechobee Civic Club headed by redeterauned at this
then need Is being
eventsi I When the war Is won, same
Pharmacist Mate Earl Petersonvho I Vitamin C When Raw Mayor Raulerson and Zibe Williams -i of time .by the entire social work staffof
I able men will return to the Job
Is stationed at the Naval Air Ruth Keen is official rodeo j ; management announces I the the districts and that the payment

Base at Opa. Loka arrived here yesterday : Nutritionists and food chemists announcer and Is handling publl ;j 1'Ch1i111 follow 2)i, promoting and publicizing I of authorized increases In
I State of Florida.
and Is spending several h.we0101011\ for a number of years city. t-i each rodeo performance : V grants will begin as soon as J>06.

days here with Mr. and Mrs. Jonh |: that guavas are an excellent sourceIn \ Among special feature acts pi'ifts to be announced. A sable.

Edwards. I fact, richest known sourceof being planned for the Labor Day parade Is set for 1 p. m. ; Nursing ProfessionTo V

;!< vitamin C. Nobody has bothered event are Cowboy Jack Andrews, and a cowboy barn dance Be Expanded SII.\.NDS COMMITTEE; TO

The Okeechobee News received a to publicize the lowly guava; so the 'cull whip artist, and his trained 1. :Id in the Ckeechobee Le INVESTIGATE REFUNDING

yard this week from Everett Johnsv average person hasn"t known Brahma steer "Hen '": the qua- at 9 p m Saturday and Palm Beach. Aug. 18-(FNS)- OF KEY WEST CITY DEBT

ho Is now stationed at the Naval about this," says Mrs. Vera Walker, drille\ team of the Silver Spurs of nights, i -To Mrs. Frances P. Bolton, longtime

Hospital at San Diego. Calif., in, nutritionist of the Florida State I winter resident of Palm Beach Key West, Aug. 17--Fol-

which he says he arrived ,back thereafter Board of Health."Furthermore I and a member of Congress from lowing a. request by officials of

his furlough 'which was spent ," she says, "guavas i CWo, thousands of American girls. the City of Key West that the

here and In Tampa cljn't ship well, will grow only In a wUl owe their opportunity to become Sha'nds Committee .fully invest

1 warm climate and have a verydluactel'lstic i Too Late to professional nurses within gate the refunding of .the city's municipal

Lt. H. T. Bass Jr.. arrived in flavor which people the next few years.Representative debt, W. A. Strands has appointed -

Okeechobee Tuesday afternoon generally have to learn to like. |I Bolton is authorI a sub committee to conduct

from Camp Stewart Oa, and is However. there are many people in I By Russell Kay I a bill signed by President Roosevelt such Investigation. Named on

spending a short while with his rioiida. espclally South Florida, I last month which makes $65-: the sub-committee were John R.

parents, Mr and Mrs. H. T. Bass who might make extensive use' of I 000000 available for use In expanding Beacham, West Palm Beach; J A.

6r. eruavaa If they reallzzed their high II Every time I've tried to read a While you look through a 1 the nursing profession. Franklin, Fort Myers and J. Ed

5.5 itamin C value. | paper lately I've started to cry. stereopticon lense, the : Under the act, student nurses Baker, Umatilla

Corporal Frank Bradley who has 'The 'best way to use guavas is While some of the things I've read drops a variety of cards In who enroll In the Cadet: Corps will The sub committee announcedthis

spent two weeks here and at Fort to eat them raw They are delicious I I might justify a few tears. the news chine and you find yourself : receive maintenance and from $15 week the appointment of Pat

Pierce left Monday night to returnto sliced and eaten with cream and generally has been too good to call at varicolored dots, to $30 a. month during training. Whitaker of Tampa as Its attorney
at I for 'breaking! out in a con horizontal lines and other
the Army Training Camp sugar or made Into shortcake. JelLies a guy They will relieve thousands of reg and W. F. Divine of West Palm

Camp: : Blanding. butter and paste cannot be tinuous bawl every time he sits glyphics while the young : istered nurses for active war work. Beach as its accountant

V counted oa as a good source as long down to read. Seein' double didn't "Can you see the two I Hospital training schools will openIn the committee .

WIFE OF WORLD WAR I j I cooking In the presence of air de I seem right, either, when I was cold lines? Now see if they I September and girls wishing to A spoksman for
would hold hearingat
FLYING: ACE CHRISTENS ,! stroys vitamin C. Ouavas can, however sober so I took an hour off and Which Is higher, the red enter this service should make application stated that it and a would

NEW SHIP IN: TAMPA 'be canned without long cooking I paid a. visit '''to my favorite optometrist yellow? How many vertlcle I at once. Key West shortly investigation .
I and thorough
make complete
i and consequent loss of food Karl 'chant'r. you see now, How many V a

Tampa, Aug. 18-FNS-While( I value as tomatoes, berries and oUi' I I never got much of a thrill out al. Which are the clearest, MOBILE X-RAY UNIT OF In an effort why to taxpayersof get the
determine
sea gulls scared over her head but i er acid fruits are canned. Canned' of havin folks fool with either my tide on the horizontal? STATE BOARD OF HEALTH facts and In
blocked
West have !been
did not light on her shoulder. Mrs. guavas may then be used like canned I lamps\: or my teeth 'but I swallowedmy You squirm and squint I HERE WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25 their Key effort to work out a settle-

Eddie Rickenbacker. wife of Am ; peaches. Adam's Apple and said, "All your answer which she to all
I ment on a basis satisfactory
erica's flying ace, Capt. Eddie Rick I "Cranges and other clttrus fruits right Doc, you finally got me. Now on a report card which Is -! The mobile X ray unit of the concerned and !based on their ability -

enfbacker, cracked a 'bottle of ate, of course, the most widely used take a gander at my peepers and ally to disclose your I Florida State Board of Health will

champagne on ,the hull of the U. and recognized food sources of see If you can figure out why they I be In Okeechobee all day. Wednesday to pay-
with the
S. Mazarna, launched In theyard vitamin C, ,but with the war and Insist on running like a leaky hy age.But this Is Just all I Iworlt. August 25, at. which time all All costs In connection
requestedby
of the Shipbuilding facilities bad we must '" I investigation which was
Tampa so
shipping drant. after twenty minutes : v ho wish to have a checkup for tuberculosis
for Key
Company: last Sunday afternoon. 'make use of what we have Immediately In the old days when a guy want- of this you are turned over I I are urged<<: 1 to be on hand. the city, will be paid by
ont that approximately -
The Mazama, an ammunitionship available. European peoplesare ed to get fitted with "specs" he'd doctor and 'taken to I, This unit makes trips to various West. Officials point dollars of

1s the sister ship of the U. S having to use anything they simply read the smallest type he chanical den where you are parts of the state In the fight to a million and It

S Maura Loa, launched. for the can find that will supply their I I could on a test card and
Navy last April. Its christening was much needed vitamin C. In Eng. I I would drape a. pair of glasses over tween a dentist and disease. The work will be under the Is hoped facts and will result -
originally scheduled for Aus! 1, but land have concocted, a concentrate I his by the Investigation
they his nose and send him on way. surrounded with all manner I[ supervision of the State Board of to the
was rescheduled.: by the Navy without of rose hips which they I But not any more. chanical brtc.a-brac. 1 Health and will cost nothing to the In substantial savings

explanation. feed to babies and children. In taxpayers.
Nowadays an up to date 'optom More tests follow first people of this county who need the
the launching. Mrs have brew made -V-
Following Russia. hey a
I etrlst has a room full of medianlal eye and then the other It Is service,
Rickenbacker left immediately for from pine needles In Norway, they visual v. Florida Is called on to furnishher
-
I gadgets for testing your anything a guy might do
New York to join her husband, Justreturned search the woods for berries and hour In elected the I quota of student nurses for the
skill and I spent over an eyes from crossin' 'em to Officers recently by
mission abroad leaves They follow the i U. S. Cadet Nursing
from a eddlble
newly created
j this strange new world and really 'em, that isn't done. I Florida Institute of Accountants at
V---+- birds and gather for human consumption I j found it downrlght Interesting. what It Is. What I mean, ,, their annual convention are: 0, H. Corps. Girls will receive trainingin

While it may be too early to any berries and leaves beautifuland you through and no foolln', Llndfers Ft, Lauderdale, president: regular hospital nursing schools
landing place on that the birds eat. You start off with a Jacksonville, 1st with all expenses paid plus all
start preparing a leading the time the doc keeps 0. J. Osterhoudt,
your garage roof aviation author!' "In Florida, we should thank our charming young lady where card at his ebow and *. vice-president; Lee Shepherd, st. clothes and necessary surplles and
+i
of ,to a comfortable: seat I learning
for the abundance you while
stars addition
!
will re lucky Hex be paid In
hellcopeter :
ties contend the that looks across test he makes a notation. Petersburg, 2nd vice president;
citrus fruits during most of the you face a machine I student nurse relieve a registered
distant Each
for '
the family car j 3rd vice'president:
place motion picture Now and then he lete as i'I Mefcrh, Tampa
"and between a I service. Inquire
Walker concludes
war
travel after the war. NashKelvlnator year, Mrs. he questions as to or, John E. Loucks, Orlando, treasurer nurse for
you
the summer projector and an X-Ray. defense councilor :
production :for guavas during Gainesville, at your local
for mass Purvis,
have plans Then find yourself on the not you Induge In & : and Roy,J. .
scarce you '
are
when
hellcopeters after months oranges #; / hospital *
of family type" end expensive" answer end of _"t, quiz contest. (Continued on Page Secretary. .
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TWO TILE OKCECllOnEE NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 20 1943

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<1C I ltrcdto1l'C[ Nrf\15 \MHRD OIL ADS This Solwer; May 1L2 Your Boy I I NOTICE FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEED I compliance NOTICEIn with section 54 of

I Standard 011 of Kentucky Is currently I Laws of 1935 ,I chapter 22079, Laws of Florida acts

running a series of six large I Notice Is hereby given that K. ''of 1943 The Board of County Commissioners
Published Every Friday by the
advertisements In 565 weekly news E. Steno holder of Tax Certificate ': of Okeechobee County,
Okeechobee News Oo, At Okeecho- I Florida will hold a public meetingIn
bee. Okeechobee County Florida. papers, and chose these "country I I No. 338 Issued the 7th day of July I II the County Commissioners room

I weeklies" because of a longstandIng I A. D.. 1941 has filed same In my 1 at the Courthouse In Okeechobee,

BRYANT BOWDEN ... .. .. ... Editor ; policy of catering to their customers I office; has made application for a Florida, on Saturday August 21st

I out through the small towns I / Tax Deed to be issued thereon. i 1943, at 10 o'clock A. M for thepurpose
Said Certificate embraces the following '
Entered M second class matter of explaining and discus
and rural areas which such papers YY / i .f t I described in the
July 1. 1914. at the Poet Office In property I sing the Increases of certain items:
reach-and. it might be addedi y
Okeechobe, Florida, under the I County of Okeechobee State of I In the 1943 44 proposed 'budget to be
which only the weeklies reach The 1 4 Florida, to'wit: ,
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. adopted by the Board of County
present series of advertisements S 12 acres of NEIL' of SW'/i ; ,
SE'' of SW'-. ; SW'i of SE'4 except Commissioners
RATE
calls attention to the efforts Stan I I C. E, DRAWDY. Chairman,
One year In advance .. ...... .. $200 lard Oil dealers are making In Deg, 420 ft. W of SE cor. of 8W4 Board of County Commissioners,

Six months In advance .. ........ 1.00 these of SE'' run W 405 ft.. N 525 ft.. Okeechobee County Florida.
difficult days of rationing to E 405 ft., S 525 ft. Sec. 10, Twp 34
Three months In advance .. ..... .75 I Attest: Roy R Raulerson Clerk.
render to their customers the type S Rge 35 E. Containing 87 acres

Reading notices In local columns, ol service that has long tx>en associated The assessment of said property -- -

10 cents a line Rates for display with the name of Standard. under said Certificate Issued was in
I NOTKK OF AI'1'I.Ie.ITION
the name of Unknown.
advertising furnished on application The policy of paying particular Unless said Certificate shall be FOR TIN HIM:
Classified advertising 2 cents attention to the small town and T lawn of IBIS
I dR '/O redeemed according to law property Nutlco Ii dprpov given that Okra.
each word per Insertion AU Items rural areas dates back a long time sold to i'hi.Inn InriirporHtvil holder\ of In
shall be
regarding enterprises conducted for I described therein | 'I .IIfI, nlrS :No 1 2. 3 10. 11 111 31
with Standard Oil-all the way ,4)L the highest bidder at the Courthouse 82: S.I: :10 and 40 la-ae,1| the Ttb day of
profit are chargeable at rdverttolng back to the horse and buggy days w < door on the first Monday in Jill A. D. 1M1. lone fllpil' same II
rates I mnfflip : linn made application for
;
.-1 I1 before the automobile or horseless the month of September 1943 ii '1'", HOP.) to he ImiiPd thirpon SnUtprllflratpi '
which U the 6th day of September, plnhrnce thin following de! ,
Advertising bills are payable on I carriage made its appearance on i "4'' 1943. ,'Kirllml l |ilonrtIn| the I'.nnty ftIIki

the first of each month. Parties the national scene In those days I this 511 of August, 1943. '11'In hep. Statp of .riorldn' .... to.nit :
Dated day \\ =, of FI, of N\V 4. II. 1. Twit,
E unknown to publishers required to Standard Oil sold kerosene for ROY R RAULERSON, :13 11g. 32: : SRi4: S In advance. J :t\I.\ lull 10 nnd 11. Sic 24 Iwp.
pay lamps and greases for wagon and (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court of :3I. lire II: .'' S\\'V. of f>W'i.. M..... 17,
buggy axles. ; Okeechobee County Floridda Twl'|. :II l.tfH 3:\,. Lot :31. II...,. 9. T"1.'
:14 HKP SI : lot 12. 8ft 11 Twp. H
RUSSELL KAY The country customers were lit -- lit :II: : I. .In ill and' W M.,.. 2J Twp,
-- 14. Kgv 8.1 : Lot 11, Sec 21: 'I'up. 14UK .
(Continued from Page 1) erally their FIRST customers and I II: : lot 13 Sec. ."). Tw34..
the old policy of remembering l IIJr' :II: :lot 7, II" ... 32. Twp. .14 Rne
ages read In bed while lying down. today 21s y $ ; i 11 Lot 7. Sec U. Iwp, 81 Mitt 33.

work under artificial light and GOon their FIRST customers stfll Is j I : 'W Met a. 1 A unilpi Mi I ,. mid 10'.11I"1110 ccrtlfli-fltpi if mid limitdtpr, property In,

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with the firm even _
a guiding rule .
p the nnnicl of A :J S.'hroldt Anton T,
though at times there Is a tempta- r' .N70AYW74iaLE Part of the time your teits are In I \.Ind I \ mil I'nknownInlini .
a darkened room and part of the tion to cater to the more densely : inld f'ertlfliale ihall lie I'e.
dppimd iiccordlnic to law propertyliwrllMd (
time In the light. Just when you are packed urban districts. 666 therpln shell. In mid to tn*
With many national firms concentrating \ highest 101ltlpII. the Courtboniie door
getting the Impression that the
ton the first Muidav: In Inn month of
procedure ij never ending and nev- their advertising in the jjjfl Llauld for Malarial Symptom* -piiinlir| lull: which Ii the Ath diy
radio field, the .i SI'ptrmh1'r. 1W3Iintid .
er over the doctor says "Okay.that's magazine and 1..1.. thin\: 2nd day of Anirnit 194.1
doubly Best printing at The News HOY It KAI' I.HltSONiSiall
"' weekly newspapers are appieclatlve I
all And out of
you hop up
I lork (Irenlt oiirt ifOkoechobPe
n the electric chair, feeling Ilk a of the recognition paid I've got a home too, Mister! Every extra bond you buy throughthe News ads are profitable. t ounty, lorlilii\ \ ,

condemned man who has just got their field by such an Industrial Payroll "Savings Plan will help me get back to it. "Figure it ,I -- -. -- --
Standard Oil of Kentuc out yourself.
ten reprieve. leader as -------- -- \OTKK ,tl'IMMTION .
a ----- -- OF i MIIKK OK \rriir\TioN
Weeklies are constantly called Kill TVPHII: FOB T \\ Him
Then you sit at the docs desk kY. I j NOTICE OF .*I'IM,1C' \TIOSKH !.."". of lilt! II ,."". of IHJSNnllte
and he ,begins adding up the score. upon to spread information essential I NOTICK FOR orl Ttittrn" \Tto.\ TIKF1I( : :ntUv. Ii hereby idvpii Mint ,\. I'. : IK litirphi given thin Itnudill
effort and to the I 1, i.11""s of innNnll.H lln B. ImM.r if 'Ini l'prllf1'I1'11.6111: '
He mumbles something that sounds to the war Ian of ion 1",1 th. Till ilnt of J uly. .V. II.. 11111. .Fiilfortl holder. of 'lax I ertiflentesu.
: .
home front-rationing, bond sales, j I :Ntitlip )I5 lierliv) given, that Nancy : It llir.'M itlMll that, K VV linn fll.'il/ name In my of flip : has inn.I.applliatlon ,1,1. 1 S 11IU to III!. Im lmii.il, the 3rd day
of 20 A. Ii .
like a football signals: llijs him filed
mess
/.nnllrrn: li.il.li' 1), \'I"lIIh..I'
:J. :Jnhiiinii linlili nf lux ( "rliI.' INN of Tilt IVrllMvHtv SII fur e Tux <1 to lie U \
1 30, 20-20"-and then smilingly Informs Red Cross and dozens of other ], .. :113 111: 144. 10. ImiiiPd tin 7th '17 'IHHIIII,1) Ihp 7th day of Julv A, D, surd" thereon' Slid. lirilflinle einlini. lion for n 1m"rflrpla I'IPI: ,! minis he 1 1 leaned,
of vital interest in the day of Julv: A. I). lilt. linn fltnl iinmIn ,, I'm him fill il I MIIIIP In inv' nffliii : hini e"a rhp f"I|"|In i liiK ilpKprilipil 1,r"r err) Ih-rl'IIII. > you that you could be a lot subjects \ im' nltlii, ,. : him iniiilo nnii'linllnn fur i,null 1 111'1,111'1111"| | | n fur n 'lax Deed to III the ('.'"111' of IklMH'h,lllll*. 1 Milt.of .. I lerllflnil onilirncpi the
war Advertising such as this helps! : n 'lnfini.il io IIP iHmiPri Ih".",,". Null, I I'" lniiif.l "U'."'"". Sold, Orllflcute em rl irl.ln. t".tt ltIt : fnll.iwlnif niiiilof ilmrrlhpil; |1prlY| In theI
and asks what of glasses tikppihuhee.
style Stiite of
worse (I', rttrlo nIp iinlirHiiH tin ful'nttluir cli I I1 run rs HIP fillunlnir ilurlhpil prupprtt ir. :M: ior. .i.\t Lot 4. run S :all Florl
you prefer.I'd not only to carry the load of these 1 .r.lbp,1 propprty In the County fOr In HIP liiuntnf oktpilinlipp, State' of ftY to. I n .,l.If to xo 'Inc Sunset ParkIII"II'I'IIIII
front stories but it reaches ] Ok"'h"1| 1 1., i.f Hurl.In. tn nitMl : H."rlllI. to nit : ft S nlomr mill ('re. k to ill\lnliiii
never given much thought to home hlicltn 1 11 J2: 190. Port P'limTnwnilte !R11'tj iif NPI I. N of Mlllne' Section line of Lots 2. ::1 nn.l 4 iipiIroxluulfel 1\' of the M<, of Hpctlon 19,
It before but nowadays optome the people who have time to readIt I a Suhilhlnl.in, of part of SP*. 29. T" p, :::7 KJI 31. C"n'.lnh'l !''t 311.. fii-t E: 1100 ft. Sic. .h t. '!'wl' 11 1'w Th I P,':17 iinitpiiKiiieiil N. UKI13: :: 'tor f:. milil
property
II 1ni| ::11 Kin :n. n'r 'K. I I tllnlnhlg' In /I I5.
trlsts are not satisfied with merely from front to back every week ThP n.m'mimpnt of milil inmrrtinndiT The IIHHI"MHinpiit "r11,1, property 1 d' .IN' HMIIIPIlt liT Hlllll irnIPII| )' HIP lII"h'r11,1)of.llth'/liP. "IKMIIPI Wan In
town and rural read- milil .Milfli'nto Imupil,. \''nn I" ""dprIt,1 "prllfl"lIlp IHMIII, UIIH In 'under' mil.I' nlflinti t Issued was In iminp Iketvhnbre) land & Inv
small .
fitting a patient with a pair of -the I I tin name. nf 1'.>knn\< n. the iiiiini> if .IIIHI."ph IlinittprI I the nniiir "f Hi.Hi n Opirntlnif Co I 1',1.' and... F. W. Hill, \ et nl
aid his ers who subscribe for this and other Inli'm inlil Certificate shall be redeemed :, .'.. sold Cprtlflinte shall h. re I: I 5 i I'i i '..;.;libel. Klinll::: lp udecmitl I nlt mid I Certificate Hhnll he redi -
will sight.
glassses that niinnlliii t'inv. ,' : drrlu"I' l .iirillnir according to Ian. property 'pint: il npporcllntr ln\t prperty" ti C.rrih1'd *
pr'p r in i propprt'i lIri' :
They are equally concerned with leading weeklies throughout thecountryExchange ,I 11.5', rll".il u,,rein 1 nhnll In sold, I in 111-, : : w'rlhrd, rli:.rpln: : .h.W In :nol,1:, I'.. tin: i I.rIlo't' I i u'r'I In shall" IIP ,..l.l\ In 'HIPhlSfhiil thiri'ln 1 he mid to thhlirhiKt
highest hlililer, nt the Cniirlhnime .to..r bl best hlililor nl ttip 4'011 Ft I11111'P door 1IIIt'I'I Ht the appearance. There is a proper style ''on the first M.nihn In the muiith nfi .111 DIP first VI",inl\ In tin month. .,1i tin first \l..inlilIn the month ofN on the flnt Mondiir In the month of
of face. with V >> 'I''''lI1t"- Ml:1 \\ lll.ll I II the Illll day, ."ipinliiT IIMI:\ nhlih U Hi.' 11th \11'\ ." ember I'M! :! wbl,'h Ii the Illh day 1 st"III'IIII..r. IIMI vhlih'' IK the llth day
for every kind some 16-(FNS)- lOr ,"i'I' moire 11>1:1.: if Vi.pti, .intii'r. V!$nPntpil ..r s"|p'nlbrr. VHJllnliil of 11"1'11'11I10. IIMIDnlnl : .
rims, some without, cut In a varietyof Jacksonville Aug I tinted llilii >,lli .Im "f T.llv VIII Hi'- Illh ilin nf .\IICHKI. 1141' : \ this :Goth day' nf Tnl\. till:! \ ihl Mh day if .\uiriiHl inn)
A xf prominent Floridians ROY 11. KAt'1.FR ON ?I'll'I' It \I l II:IIVONiSmli ROY: K RAI'LFIiS41N KOV It. it.11'I.1ItS1)v I :
st 'les. You try on one set after group (Soal Clerk Irmlt ('"art of (h-rk Irpiilt Court' of 'Si>nli Clerk i 'In'nil I'minIkeei I 'iSt-nll I Clark l 'In'nit Court of
another like you would try on a were named this week by Dr. John Okoeihnbee Luiinly HurlIn ,'huh' 1'"ll'rtr rlnrlilii lI 'liolii-p County Klorlilii Okvpi,,"... Lonntv, Florida. ,

I J Tlgert campaign chairman of ._
hat, and as you study the result. --- -- --
Florida War Fund Inc U
YOU realize that there Is a whale of' the

a lot of difference In how they serve as a Budget Committee for

the national war fund; appeal to be There's No "E ,
f" look.
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Well thanks to Doc Eichaner made in the state this fall. : ,

M Madison Jacksonville
and his optical gadgets. I am again William

able to read without weeping and attorney, was named chairman
with him \vill oe
while serving
the American Optical Company I
Smith. Miami; Stat
managed to provide me with a set MeOreior 4 ,
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of modern specs that give me a Senator Leroy Collins Tallahassee A4 1

L. C Leedy. Orlando, Carl Bioreln
rather distinguished look. Now all I /

Iv'e got to worry about Is where Tampa; Judge Ernest E Mason J

did I leave them and look out I Pensacola J L. McMullen Live Ir / '
I A Mitchell Vero
Oak Charles
don't !break them. ; .
Beach and Charles ,811V a. Tampa. I '

Governor Holland is honorary 1:" .

E. M Nix agricultural agent of chairman of the fund organizationwhich ,100, .. \

the Seaboard Airline Railway, Is is affiliated with the national I '.. I ,
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already at work promoting the war fund State headquartershave / I -

Southeastern Fat Stock Show and been opened In Jacksonville / I MERE '

sale scheduled for Ocalf next Feb- with Oeorsre A Biautlgum Miami. 1' is no "E" on, this truck war production. would be lmpo.*lt>l"The

ruary 23 26 Cattlemen of the serving as executive director. I: l- but were u nut for the .,..,." service men on the truck the men and women

Southeast are evidencing great Interest I t -,( A uM'oI", few 'E" flags would fly of our Company are sharing "In one of

a anywhere. the biggest jobs of the war on* of the
In the event he states. i
NODI tilt. \ I'I'IIC'II"'. .I I' most essential. If wt fail, production. lines
/ Florida .
Power It Light Company era.plojes
10K T\\ I 1- f) I r
--y- will filter and the front will
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.111lIIlllllIIllllilllllllllllllllllllllIIIilHliIIIIII11'I: : !! 'I'a! ;J l I. h.1.11w.',r.'l.irlMMi lit 1041Nnll.p Unit .TViilkir )i. I i!'? i' this, and free power land, supply company the members service that allover lack supplies

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\ Sr. li "Mir "r 'rev 1"'I'IHh'/I' '
ihi, 7lli iln\ nf Jill) I and the wheels of the But fail find wick she
Nil 11+J I I.N'IPd I I 'n ,,' I ,r j. starts keeps turning we cannot
EDGAR G. HAMILTONAND ,"\rni. 11.. 1IM1 linn, bas mode, m.,1111I"iiillillllnn| | In fur 1q'a'' 91. f 'I industries that proudly display the Array spirit of free Americans w* will do out

'1',,, In.til 'In I... Issued t111'rrun., NaiIIrrtIR.'ntP ,. 11:1', ,.' I and Navy "E" the "industries, where part to .preserve that freedom we will
rullnvlnit cl" ff .. I
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( mil hr es p .ii.:
.,.rllml property In the I'mnitv IIr i iin I power, men. and """' "" ', do that job for wt area
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CLYDE G. TRAMMELL:\ '"'r'h"i.,,-. Sum "f Hnrlila. to.wit.: I increasing quantities, the I.pl'f"; and best fitted, and we will, win.Our .
nim'v idii\ ritv i>f okwi : :
"i i iI Hi,,., in s :N, need to win, the war, \'iout: .:ur tan' "E" of Efficiency u in the SERVJCI

ANNOUNCE 'I'he. n..m"1 nf nuM' prnnirMniiii e ,, electric power, our present stupendousFLOHIDA WE GIVE I
In 1'1 .
>r sold I'irtlfliiitc I Issued| wn I .
of vfn II1111"1"1.\ ; %
tin iminp I
they will be associated together In I I'uloss sold 1 eitlflinli\ II' "hull IIP reilppimil .' : i .__ .
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the practice of law with offices on : ill! : :il I ther in:in:In rill, nil shall I" h"'Inw;mild!iinwrM" I'. tnpliltrlni .I' '

the 7th Floor In the Comeau Build ";n MM Hint l hl'ihler l' Miinilm lit thiI III 1'ntlrlh"aNdo"r ill" niiintli ifs ark r' L J

ing. West Palm Beach. Florida ",r 'Inub'Sep1',,,,,inlii-r.i. '' IIMI\ : Mil which: 1 lit the Hill dot I: r I I'O.il4i';.".;' _14 GUT !"-.,;.:>......"..%T

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71 i Acres good Citrus or Farming Land. -- 3Lf ")

Some Bearing Tangerine, Orange, Lemons, "

: some Sour Orange Trees, the Seeds of which

i are used for Nursery Stock. Fine for Poultry. i

Four-room House. No Lights ; Hand Pump but i '

Good Water. Large Oaks near House. Two :. :: !

Miles! West of Okeechobee City. Free and

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FRIDAY, AUGUST: 20, 1943 THE OKEECIIOBEE :NEWS PAGE THREE
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Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee \ TALKING: : :

i Charles Ansell of Knotta Island I Talk often, but never long, ; in

N. C., arrived In Okeechobee last that case If you do not please at
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I Saturday and Is spending this week least you are sure not to tire your .-- i

i here with his father In law and hearers.-Lord Chesterfield. I
Friday & Saturday
mother In law, Mr. and Mrs 1".1 A constant governance of our

Daingneau at Bassinger. He will speech, according to duty and reason ." : .. j jIt
'ar1t'iL:"" ,
DOUBLE BILLMARJORIE take his young son home with him I Is a high instance and a .. _IW\
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returns.Mr. special argument of a thoroughly \ .
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-0- sincere and solid goodness. ..'
MAINIn .j'IAi :'J
I and Mrs. L. .E Jennings have I Isaac Barrow. ; ,
>.w..N
I returned to their home In Miami He that thinks he can never ; .:.'" (

I after spending several days of last speak enough, may easily speak too I I II /

"TISH""OMAHA week In Okeechobee with their par much.-Quarles. ;

ents Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Jennings. A great amount of time is con Ii i i iI.J -I-

-0B. sumed in talking nothing. doing

TRAIL"with L. Jennings returned to his nothing and indecision as to what Vi

home here the first of the week one should do.-Mary Baker Eddy \L ---

JAMES CRAIO efter spending -several days In Talking Is like playing on the /

-and- West Palm Beach where he wentto harp; there Is as much in laying V'Ni

have his eyes treated. the hands on the strings to stop

PAMELA BLAKE -OEd their vibration as there Is In I

Also-LATE NEWS. Fleshman of Fayettevllle, N. twanging them to bring cut their /

i C., spent several days of this weekIn music.-Oliver Wendell Holmes. 1j j 1 1 I I

I Okeechobee where he was the Not only to say the right thing ,
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I guest of his brother In law Mr. and in the right place. ,but far more w"" &
Sunday & MondayJOHN
I Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovltz. : difficult ,to leave unsaid: the wrong overnight the famIllar'

-o-- thing at the tempting moment. ,,+; tank-truck became a vital part of the nation's war machine-
OARFIELDand Miss Kathrlne Sweat, daughter of George Austin Sala.V .
Mr. and Mrs. AlvIn Sweat Is spending essential to the very life of the nation.
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this week with her grandparents Tampa Aug. 16--State Every railroad tank-car is needed to haul petroleum prod. '\
GIG YOUNGin In Moultrle Oa. She will also Senator Raymond Sheldon of Tampa ,
ucts to the eastern seaboard. Therefore, the oil industry'sown ;
I I visit her aunt In Albany. Oa., be admitted this week that he was'elg'hlng

fore she returns home. \\ his chances in the 1944 transportation system-the tank-truck-has taken over ;. i iIy !

--- ---- gubernatorial race ,but advised that the short which made railroad
"AIR FORCE"AlsoWAB LOST-Bill fold containing reg trips were formerly by many ": :I\
he had reached no definite con
Istratlon card, Coast Ouaard Iden tank-cars. '. ,I
NEWS. elusIon. Others mentioned as pos I '
tlflcatlon card and some money. sible candidates and checking reaction When you see the Standard Oil Company tank-truck on ;
Liberal reward will be paid for Its
return. with the view of possible en the road today, you will know that it is running against time ,

WednesdayBRIAN LEO GREENBERGER try in the race are Senator J. Ed to get needed stocks of petroleum products to military camps ;
Baker of Lake l tex Farrlor of
V Tampa. W ABill" Shands of and fields, to war industries, to other trucks engaged in the I .,'d I
The American Legion Auxiliaryof
DONLEVYand Gainesville Arthur Y. Milam of transportation of a thousand war necessities, to farmers for .
Florida Is making an all out .
effort to assist in the recruiting of Jacksonvlle Millard Caldwell of .. their tractors used in food production, and to countless other "
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Tallahassee Dewey A. Dye of
WALTER BRENNAN WAVES under the leadership of Bradenton John Beacham of West '.{ places where petroleum is indispensable. '1
Department President, Mrs. E. M.
Palm Beach and Carl D Brorein of 'Round the clock faithful drivers operate these hard-
Westfall who has issued a statewide
-In'HANGMEN Tampa. "Lex" Green of Starke is tank-trucks. Without the tank-truck effort would
"call to colors" and has In pressed war
the only one so far to definitely
ALSO DIE' structed every member of the Le announce. i lag-or stop I Every mission is urgent-many are vital.

@ion Auxiliary herself a recruiting
IN CURRENT
AMERICA
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EVENTS. V I The Civil Service Commissionof STANDARD OIL COMPANY
the City of St Petersburg; recently
new type of vacuum pump for
ruled to permit women to operate .
extracting venom from snake bite t INC<< BP MATB IN KBNTVCKYUV .
street cars and buses and 21
AttractionsYOU wounds. made of Tenlte, a light
Coming curators have been certified. ac
weight plastic has been adopted by
ccrdlng to a recent report from the b
the U. S. Army Medical Corps The
American Municipal AssociationThe
WERE NEVER LOVELIER. Saunders Venom Extractor Company
has
Tampa Electric Company -
of Tarpon Springs has the con
COMMANDOS STRIKE AT DAWN a few women skeet car operator
tract for snake bite kits which In;
elude the while Tampa bures are now turn J __ MOlt IV.a ..
new plastic pumps.
REAP THE WILD WIND.
V Ing to women drivers because of the

NOTICE APPLICATION Governor Holland has designatedthe serious manpower shortage. I \E' '" M JiP 't :::'oky.. ..tF.jti ..
of 16 to 23 --
week Aug. as a per -
FOR TAX DEED lod to return all empty 'bottles. : = .
I Uwi of 1935 '
ly' S Floridians are urged to go throughthe :
NDISPEN'OLEIn
Notice Is hereby given that H.
cellar the attic, the pantry and
Bores holder of Tax Certificate No.
garage in seorch of empty beer.
284. Issued the 5th day of September milk. beverage carbonated water I

A. D. 1921 has filed same in I or any other kind of bottles they I

my office; has made application I can find, which should be returnedto

for a'Tax Deed to be Issued thereon I, dealer or turned over to a local 1j e4t& 7odat cuss

.. Said Certificate embraces the : salvage agency: The bottle shortageis ; 7ooi4wqt

following described property In the said to be acute

County of Okeechobee, State of ---V--

Florida, to'wit: Walter L. Hays. president of the
years gone by the Florida East Coast Railway
SE'4 of SE' of NE', Sec. 29, American Fire and Casualty Company
pioneered, founding new cities and opening vast
Twp. 33 S. Rge. 35 E. of Orlando, has been named up a
The assessment of said property I Director of the Community Divi new territory. It helped the East Coast of Florida grow

under said Certificate issued was In sion of the Florida War Finance from a sparsely inhabited frontier into a prosperous,

the name of R. O, Hardee. I Committee it was announced by productive region.

Unless said Certificate shall be General Chairman W W. McEachern '
I I Today, with the nation at war and other forms of
redeemed according to law prop- I this week.
erty described therein shall be sold --- ._ -- transportation curtailed, this railroad is performing a

to the highest bidder at the Court. I particularly vital role Day and night its trains are

house door on the first Monday in speeding the men, materials and supplies essential to
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the month of September. 1943 Victory. Daily they are delivering food and other necessities

which Is the 6th day of September, to your community. Florida products, too, are

1943. being moved to markets in greater volume than ever

1 Dated this 8h day of August. 1943. before in the history of the East Coast.
ROY R. RAULERSON

(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court of Trunks to its double track capacity, this Florida

Okeechoee. County. Florida railroad has been able to meet the greatly increased
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transportation requirements with very little difficulty
Judy Canova's publicity agent In

a recent blui'b' credited Jacksonvilleas q t Such adequate railroad facilities are obviouslyan

being the "hill billy's" home s asset today. They will also be essential to your

um n. The claim is disputed by community in the post-war world of tomorrow when
both Starke, Florida and Unadilla, R 1
the progress, in which this railway pioneered, can be
Georgia Judy Is going over big
resumed on an even greater scale.
with her new CBS show Tuesday .
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evenings at 830.: I /V c Trea- 7t

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YOUR 1 TIRES r NEED RECAPPING RAILWAY




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Have them recapped by HUMPHRIES at Fort
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Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We | + (JACKSONVILLE I II

are now operating twenty-four hours daily and 'O aSI IUGUITINE IEICHOHIOM

can give much more prompt service. There is to I I HICK II
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be a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and I

the four months and I ': OCOtIOCKlttGIEIU
passenger tires during next :. CHUIEMEIIOUMC

grade HI tires are about all gone. When your I EDO IflCH .1.1to

tires become smooth, have them recapped at( o; fORI l m'IDUND Pull I '

once. We have plenty of recapping rubber. L' W. PALM BEACH
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