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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: September 3, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 29-Number 11 Okeechobee Florida September 3 1943 Price Five
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News Of Our FLORID\ BOOK GOING OFFICIAL PROGRAM SOCIETY FOB CANCER f

BoysIn OVER TIIE TOP EVEN CONTROL TO HOLD Bond, Refunding

IV CALIFORNIA RODEO and HORSE RACES GROUND NOW GAINED
Various CampsAt I
Complaint Aired i
1l)11od Calif.Sept.1-(FNS)- Tampa. Sept. 2-(FNS)-Mrs. A.

Home Theodore Pratt Florida author and September 4-5-6, 1943 Malcolm Smith, State Commander
& Abroad journalist who is here supervising of the Florida Division of the By Sub-committee

:3 P. M. DAILY AT OKEECHOBEE Women's Field
lie limning of "Mr. Winkle Goesto AIRPORT Army of the American

Kell E. Hood Jr. who Is in the War". reports that his latest Society for Control of Cancer, -
Parade Starts at 1 O'Clock Saturday at City Hall announced Key West, Sept. 1-(FNS)-The
that
heavy artillery division of the armyat book "The Barefoot Mailman", today Florida Is determined ,

Camp Stewart, Oa, has recently although a Florida story is going Produced by Oscar Clemons and Billy Keen to hold the ground gainedIn Shands Sub- committee, Senator

been promoted to the rank of cor over big in California. At first local Ruth Keen Official Rodeo the ;fight against cancer. John Beacham, Chairman, SenatorJ.
Announcer As a direct A. Franklin and Senator J. Ed
poral. He is expected home within book agencies were hesitant to result of knowledge

the near future for a short fur push the sale of this book on the concerning the dread disease that Baker, here to Investigate the refunding

lough. grounds that Californians would PROGRAM has been diseminated by the Wom of Key West's municipal

1. Grand of an's Field Army, hundreds of lives debt listened for 3'/4 hours whilea
not take to a Florida story but Entry Cowboys and .Cowgirls
David Cassels has arrived safelyin mounting sales prove them wrong 2. Introduction have ,been saved she said. stream of witnesses told the an

New Oulenna where he is now' in this case for Pratt says that 3. Silver Mrs. Lucy R. Milligan of New guished story of a debt burdenedcommunity's
Spur of Kissimmee.
Quadrille
York has fruitless effort to solve
stationed with the United States been named National
they are not only buying the book.
Army at that American outpost. ut liking It as well. 4. Bull Riding ((1st Section) Commander I its financial problem.

V ----- 5. Mildred Murphy\ and her Educated v- City and county officials testify'
Sergeant Lawrence Arrlngton arrived Horse "Duke." ing under oath told how the

here last Saturday and I isspending ,Lieut. H. T. Bass 6. Bull Riding ((2nd Section) Sergeant Howard City of Key West, with R. E. Crunv
ten days. He111 leave mer & Co. its fiscal agent authorized

the camp last In of North the Carolina.week to return to I|i I And Mary Raiford 7. Horse"Alec"Roping the by Clown.Ralph Clark and Kerby and Avena indebtedness the refunding of approximately of outstanding$1-


1 I I 8. Bronc Riding. 500,00 in 1937.

John Lamb who is in the Navy i Married August 22Lt 9. Whip Act-by Jack Andrews. Alderman Married The new refunding .bonds, whichit

and stationed at Fort Lauderdale. 10. Calf was proposed to exchange for
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Roping 1st Section) .
spent Saturday night and Sunday Mrs. Bessie Alderman has announced the original Indebtedness bearing
H T Bas Jr. and Miss Mary 11. Trick Riding.
In Okeechobee visiting friends and I the marriage of her daughter 5 per cent and 6 per cent Interest,

enjoying a fishing trip on Klsslm- Raiford were married in a quiet 12. Calf Roping ((2nd Section. ) Avena, to Staff Sergeant were to be 35 year optional bonds,

nee River. ( ceremony that \\'->s performed at 13. Roman Jumping Act-by Billy Keen. Howard J. Kerby. bearing 2 per cent Interest for the

the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T 14. Steer Wrestling! The quiet ceremony was performed first 10 years, 4 per cent for the

Captain and Mrs. Chas. L. Raul Bass. Sr., on Sunday August 22 at 15. Jack Andrews and his Trained Steer Thursday afternoon, August 26, following 10 years and 5 per
erson and daughter Lynn spent "Henry. at Ft. Pierce, the Rev. Allen W. cent for ,the remaining part of the
4:30 P. M. Rev. W. R Howell. pas
Saturday and Sunday in Okeech'v Jl'DGESj TO BE SELECTED BV COWBOY CONTESTANTS Graves officiating.The 35 year maximum.

bee visiting friends and relatives. tor of the Methodist church. per Hone Uaoes Immediately after Rodeo Performance each day bride chose for her weddinga The refunding bonds were to be

They returned to Camp Murphy at formed the ceremony. 1 Big Cowboy Danre Sal two piece ensemble of
I Night Sept 4 and Mon. Night Sept 6. 9 P. M.I' powder supported by an annual pledge of
Hobo Sound Sunday afternoon Mrs. Bas Is the daughter of Mrs. -- -- blue pebble crepe. The fitted Jacket $50,000 against which the first

I IE. E. Raiford of this city and was 'I S. ENGINEER OFFICE I was trimmed with chantell.v' lace charge of $30,000 Interest annually

J. T. Alderman, Jr. left Wednes i raised here where she attended Jacksonville, Fla.August. (I SCHOOL OPENING and seed pearls and was worn witha would apply and all surplus there..

day afternoon to return to the I SET FOR MONDAY draped skirt She wore an off after would ,be used to liquidate
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Great Lakes Naval Training Camp high school. Later she attended the the face hat
| of powder blue with
lion II H. Raulerson. j principal by open market purchases
at Chicago Ill. after spending four | Florida State College for Women I Okeechobee Fla. An announcement from the Prln [ shoulder length veil and matching at lowest market prices.

days here with his parents. Mr. i After she graduated from there she Dear Sir: I -ipi! slates that school will definitely j rsuede pumbps. She carried a ,black The city and county entered Into
and Mrs. J. T. Alderman, Sr. i' returned to her here here I' moire bag and white
I' home and has With open next Monday, Sept. 6. gloves and an agreement by which $30.000 annually
reference to
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your 1
I taught in the Okeechobee High Auj. 7 1943 in which It is urged that every pupil who can 1[ wore" a corsage of sweetheart roses would be ,transferred to the
Garrett Stlndal is expected toj I School since. you be here for the first Mrs. Kerby, the .
j ,ed' that if practicable the day and if youngest daughter city from gasoline tax surplus balance
arrive home today from the army j i Mr. Bass is he son of Mr. and i 'of Okeechobee and I possible bt in attendance every of Mrs. Bessie Alderman and which annually acrues to
training camp at Tuscon, Arizona I i day. An ''the late R H.
attendance Alderman, is -
I assistant has a native
< Mrs. H. T. Bass Sr, and has spent 'Inni'y be provided Monroe County's credit with the
and will spend his furlough with I ,, been employed of Okeechobee She
the
1 most of his life here, graduating I 1 bathing beach you are : by CountyBoard I'j graduated State Board of Administration In
Ills Mr. and Mrs I. J. I:
parents. and from the local high school
effort and at-
I every will bemade
form the Okeechobee High School. ,as follows: Tallahassee, In excess of the $150.-
Swlndal. I I to Improve attendance In i!II tsnded Florida State College ;for 200 annual requirement for debt
Later he attended the University of Some ,years pgo it was j I
(.Florida at Gainesville. He entered I I t ttj tention! of this pfflte to ( this county. Every child between i Women. service. ,

.... .A SUBMARINE .BABE .' J JNewihundert J.( !&. .Mfty two-8l'lIrs"gt', .. 1$ ::1P cCmoothigbli"&e! '' ; I j theses ot.611. nst.l1l..lS.t.o..Jbe: < In I I 1 Sergeant jjCerby. son; v of .Mr.,..A. I Legislation:was enlleted."u \VI'd----
Com y 'thVbit
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I the ages of six and sixteen tol] M. Kerby and MrsTA. M.
Mrs. Bass will continue to make \ I the foot of Parrott Ave. Ing such transfer of the city's credit
August 31. 19 3.1 her home here with her mother. \ 'vide a parking place open I, be In school according to the law I]''i Kerby, of Detrain, Mich., came to up to the $50,000. The contract,

Morris L. Walton, 19. seaman 2 con v :wile Lieu Bass returned this public en the levee ero\\", lof I!i school attendance In this state. I Florida after completing high signed by city and county officials,

'- of Mrs. E Walton Okeechobee. veek to the arm' tramlnv camp at i'athln? beach privilege. ]I Ilf such person is not In school. i| school in N. Augusta. S. Carolina, authorized the transfer of $30,000.
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-ias completed basic training at i it Meade. Maryland. I educations: for this then the attendance assistant will I and attended Georgia Tech. Called as a witness, R. E. Crunv
,: be out to see the parents of such The couple will make their home I
the Submarine Schcol. Submarine y---- \i)1! pared but the work was '[ j 1 mer told how he worked out the
Base, New London Conn. for duty ecuted at the time due to i i child.I for the present In Ft. Pierce, where plan and after its approval began

with our growing fleet of underI I Eugene Mathews ailabtllty! of funds, and I I The faculty is still incompletebut Sergeant Kerbey Is stationed with contacting bond holders. He stated

,ea fighters.Seaman i tlng conditions funds for substitutes have been secured the U. S Army. that about 75 per cent exchanged

Walton will be entitledto Found In Field .rthitv are not available :' and school will start on time. Be -----v----- heir original bonds for refunding

wear the twin dolphin insigniaof It I is considered low Is a list of the faculty and HaroldVilkerson bonds and everything went well until -

the submarine service after further Near Barlow the levee lakeside: slope :1 those who have consented to fill In; Comptroller Lee threatened to

experience aboard a submarine on the ea.t side cf fcr us until such time as teacherscan : Home From Pacific contest the law authorizing the
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during which time he must demonstrate No 6 at Taylor Creek .... be secured. i credit of funds to Key West.

to his commanding officer Bartow. Aug. 30-Charged with t the public facilities ,|I First Grade: Mrs. Enola Elledge Seen Much' Action I Crummer said that Lee's threat

I that he is fully qualified to carryout the grudge killing of a 14 year-old complying with those and Mrs. Margaret Williams. ,, was given wide publicity through

the duties of his rate. The Iniijnla companion, Edwin Martin. IS, son vou I I Second Grade: Mrs. Alma Burr, I Fullei's Florida Letter, a financial

Is considered a mark of
distinction throughout the Navy. being held in Jail here wlthou: I Issued whereby the access :I| Third Grade: Miss Marjorie Navy arrived here ,this week and with the result that ,bondholders

Walton attended Stuart Florida i bond on a warrant for first degree lacent' to State Highway 'Coker.,| Mrs. Dora Humphiey. spent several days with Mr and not wishing .to become embroiled

hlsh school, lettering in football. He :murder! sworn out b\ Sheriff De1 1 the east side of Taylor ]I Fourth Grade: Mrs. Cola Robin. irs. R. H. Singletary. He was on in litigation and who had not already -

has been In the Navy since last Witt Sinclair. 1 left open, thus affording I j I >on. Miss Frances Sheffield. his way back to California to again converted their bonds, refused -

December and went to Bainbridge Sinclair said young Martin led a IT' nre.ss to the levee Fifth Grade: Mrs. D. O Alderman board his ship after graduating to enter into the refunding

Maryland naval training station ,group of officers to the body of Eu vhoe as indicated.It Mrs. Ruth Roe, substitute. |I from the Deep Sea Diving School agreement.

for recruit Instruction. gene Mathews 14, son of Mr and Is regretted that 4)I Sixth Grade: Mrs. Hubert a' Washington: Harold has been In111e Attorney Pat Whitaker, representing
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and aboard
;Mrs. C. A. Mathews who had been was unable to provide the Joohnson, Mrs. Harry Hutto. 1 Navy six years was the sub-committee. invited
STATES NAVY j the United States, Warship, Nevada,
UNITED missing since AU:. 3. I ;a* proposed at the foot Junior High: Mathematics, Mrs. Fuller to appear 'before the com

WAVES Sinclair related that Martin told Av'e., and it is hoped those Mae Yearwoon. with the Pacific Fleet that was at mittee. He also appealed to the old

Memphis. Tenn. Aug. 24 1943. 'Deputy N. B. Hankins that he had ': I ing made available, II Senior High: Mathematics Mrs | Pearl Harbor on December 7. 1941. House Bond Investigating Committee -

Dear Mr. Bowden: 'shot mathews with a pistol becausehe i distance farther from the I Rhea Hunt, substitute. i I! His ship was sunk together with for all the data or Informationthey

You asked me to write so here 'believed Mathews had "turned !I i Okeecholjee, will t I Junior High: English, Mrs. Julia I almost all of the other ships that might have relative to the local
were in the harbor at that time.
goes I I like being a WAVE but I him tn" for breaking into a filling ,,, the public desire I McMullen. the Pearl problem, but was Informed
In discussing attack on
will admit to anybody thnt it is station here two years ago. I i In the absence of he : Senior High: English, Mrs. EvaL. the they had no Information, and Fuller
Harbor he said that Jap planes
like A bizarre chain of circumstances !slneer: Johnson. .
not easy. We are disciplined failed to appear at the hearing.As
swarmed that
the men and we really are in the led to the disclosure of the killing Very truly Jr. Sac Studies: Mrs. Lucy Link. over early morning the hearing progressed It became -
this afternoon. Sr. Soc. Studies | without notice and destroyed prac-
L. E. and Asst Prin. evident from of
Navy.I i : I the entire aU force that testimony
Hanklns said heI Mr Carl tlcally was
Martin told him Major. Corps of I T. Durrance.
was sent here' to Memphis I I based there and destroyed most of witnesses that the whole program
i Naval Air Technical Training Cen enticed about Mathews 50 to an 'behind isolated pasture the-'| Executive (Continued on Page :2) the Pacific Fleet. After the attack had been upset because of the alleged


ter for Mate training I am for very Aviation proud thatr Machinist of city garbage out dump yards on the pretext'( Instructions I Ii ]Weekly Digestof i j I left the went crew to of work the Nevada to raise that the ship was state unfriendliness officials to R.of E.certain Crummerand high

trying a new gun As the
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was chosen and I hope can t 'I the Interests he represents.
and after a time it was raised and
started to leave the
I know that it will not begs pasture.Mathews M. told the
make good. Mayor Wllllard Albury
be easy. lurried his back and i Mailing Gifts I Rationing i i towed to San Francisco where U committee that members of the
Haskins related.. Martin said he I was overhauled completely. When It
We live In barracks like the men State Securities Commlssloncom.;
shot Mathews In the had been completely recondltglotwd
back. I All Service News From OPABlue
do and we do things the "Navy With nothing left but a skeleton I! j lit again Joined the Pacific Fleet posed of Attorney General Watson
I Ii
It Is change from Lee State Treas-
really a and
way. Comptroller
when officers arrived this I and he and his ship took part in
afternoon i i ---
fivlllam life and everybody has to urer Larson, had said harsh things
the body was identified ,by Its The Christmas shopping Stamps: S and T gooduntil the campaign in the Aleutian Is
make the adjustment I have had I 1 I' bout Crummer and that while they
clothing Martin is being held with Jiere-even though the ,' Sept 20; U. V and W valid[ lands
my blue days but I'm proud of my I found no fault with the refunding
cut bond pending action by the still wa.rn. Sept 1, expire Oct. 20. When he returned from the Aleutian
uniform and happy that I can do I' contract Itself, opposed It becauseof
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'"bit. grand jury. Mailing of gifts for I j Red Stamps: T. U, V and W Islands he was transferred to '
( Crummer.
my I I Navy personnel overseas i expire Aug 31: X and Y valid until j j the Diving School In Washington
I hope all my friends in 'Choboe I II I l' He also said that members of the
Eugene Mathews, the ,boy who by September 15. if many Oct. 20; Z becomes valid Sept. ] where he graduated 'before coming
will write as I am like everybodyelse 1 commission 'had suggested the
was killed was the grandson of Mr I I men and women in our ; 5. home for a short furlough.
in the sen'lre-feel bad If Idon't names of Edward Ball. C. C. Pierce'Of
and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobes ,, e< are not to be dl8llt>)() ; : Sugar Stamp No. 14: 5 Ibs., exI Harold wears two chevrons which: I
get mall every day. ( Jacksonville "a Mr. Sullivan of
x and has visited here a number of I September 15 Is less than I plres Oct. 31. testify to the fact that he tookpart
I hope to see all my friends In West Palm Beach" and a firm In
times. a way. Sugar Stamps 15 and 16: Eachgood In two major sea battles sincethe
Chob>e as soon as I finish my ,, j! 6t. Petersburg who could handle
Funeral services were conducted Christmas gifts may be for 5 lbs. of sugar for can- war started In 1941 and he says
training Key West's refunding program.
for him Wednesday afternoon at parcel post to Army men j ning purposes; good until Oct. 31. that he will be In the fighting in
Sincerely Key West officials explained that
5'30 at Bartow. Those attending en overseas only ,between Shoe Stamp No. 18: Valid unt1loct. the Pacific until the Americansreach
EDNA HANSEL. |I they 'were not defending Crummer
the funeral from here were Mr. her 15 and October 15. [ 31. Tokyo.
Bks. No. 63. Sec. 1 I andre concerned solely with the
and Mrs. J. F. Band. Mrs. 8 M latter date such parcels A 6 Oas Coupons: Good until He left today to return to San
NATTC I I I' working out of thlr own problem, ,
Swain and two daughters Mary he mailed unless a written November 21. Francisco where he will again Join
Memphis Tenn.Continued that by approval of both city and
: Virginia and Elizabeth and Mr. from the soldier for the j Sit Sets of Blue Stamps his crew and ship that have seenso I

/ oil Page Two) end Mrs. Ralph Bond of Clewiston. (Continued on Page (Continued on Page Two) much fighting in that region. (Continued on Page 4)




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@1 (trrdlthrc! ;Nrf\1sf-News of Our BoysContinued I i Weekly(Continued Rationing from Page Digest One) Such ration shoes free' would OPA has have announced.soles made Notice NOTICE II FOR'rtereby Laws Or TAX APPLICATION of given I>11136 tKD: that OkNh ,

i I principally of wood, rope fabric or rhnliM Incorporated holder of, Tai
Blue Stamps U V and W In ration fiber containing not more than 15 I flesh end Wood News < vrtlflrntea !Ioo. 1. 2. 3, 10. 1.1. 16. 81 '
Published Every Friday by the ( from Page 1) I 82 S3 .19 and 40. lanucl! tin Till day of
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee ; Bill Bowden la back form the I I book No.2, became valid on per cent reclaimed rubber. July, A. I)., 1941 baa filed tamo ll
: ..ffh'. has Hindu Rppllrfttlon" fora
Okeechobee County Florid Army 35 pounds which the I Sept. 1 and will be good through September Meat Quotas 'fromHieFRONTRWREPORT my fax l>i sans !I Oct. 20 the OPA has announced.Blue I The War Food Administration I Crrtlflrati'i embrace the following de-
helpfully streamlined from lerllipfl In thn County ftOkiwlinlipp
BRYANT BOWDEN ........ .. Editor Army Stamps R, S and T which has indicated little change in the property, State of Florida to.wit
around the middle. Out at Keesler nf of NWH' Sec. 1. Twit.
WV4 Ely
became valid August 1 will be good September allotments of beef and I
See. 4. Twp. S3.
Entered as second class matter Field he was almost continually in 3:1: Kge. 32; SKU
through Sept. 20 so that consumers veal but a decline in pork quotas. Kin :12, I.oti 10 and H. Roe 24. Twp
July 1, 1914 at the Poet Office In : the hospital fighting asthama. and I 34. (HITP 32t; $\1'/ of IIW'4 14'c. 17,
Okeechobee Florida, under the { do withouthim. will have six sets of blue stamps There will be larger allotments of TO '1'\\'". .13 Hgp. 31Lol: ; 31, Hi.c. 0. Twp.
the decided they'd .
Army .. :
Lot 12. 8. 13. Twp. M
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Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I Since his medical dischargehe -those lettered R through W- lamb. After the WFA makes an allotment I li ,14.Hit' ,Ugf SS: ....I.ID; : and HO. II.... 22. Twp.
with which to buy processed foods of food to the armed forces : 34. R*<.. S3 ; Lot 11. Sec. 23. Twp. M.
has decided that growing sugarcane Hilt: : :l. l.lit 13. SCP. 25. Twp. 34.
: RATE : during the first 20 days of September. and to our allies under lendlease.the I Its.. 113 ;1.01 T, Sec. 32. Twp. 34. lie. *.
One year In advance $2.00 I Is a. pretty good way to spend remainder Is turned over to the THE NATION I 33 ; Lot T. Sec. 34. Twp. 34, ]Kit, 33.
Six months In advance 1.00 the duration so he'll be back withus The n,.o pini'iiu of mid property
I Expired Stamps which are not OPA for distribution through rat under anld pprtlflratea I.MII.dp'a I*
Three months In advance .75 shortly. Clewlston News. the names of A. J. Schmidt, Anton T,
,. used should be destroyed the OPAwa.rn.a. ion Ing. SHimlclf. O W. nrlrfltfe. Rose If ,

notices In local columns Time To Points Wind and I'nknown.
Reading Corporal Quentin Sellers left Change Tune in Tuesday Night I'uleM said Cprtlflrate shall he redeemed -
10 cents a line. Rates for display i to return to his training Red Stamp Days Food stores will ,be granted an accordion to law, propertyUeaerll
Wednesday anld the
I >pl therein ahall) ho to
advertising furnished on applica I In Georgia after spending ten Hereafter all red (and later additional day's time effective Sep 9:30 P. M. blehfit bidder at the Courthouse doer
tion. Classified advertising 9 cents camp ..n the first Monday In the month ofi'plpmlipr.
for meats. etc. will 8 In the
I brownstamps : tember remarking point Sib
days here with his family. < 1043. which ll the day
each word Insertion. AH Items
per I always expire on Saturday nearest values of rationed foods when the STATION WQAM of September.' 1943.
regarding enterprises conducted for Dntcd this 2nd lily of Anftuat. tA"". .
Hello Bryant! the end of the month OPA has point values are changed. Previously : BOY R. HAUI.EHSON: !
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng
rates. Please change the address on the announced. This will give consumers OPA has required stores to re- (Seal Okeechobee Clerk County Circuit Court Florida.ef

News to read as follows: and the trade the advantageof mark point values as soon as they noia A ...1. eU, e'esOM1 :

Advertising bills are payable on I Pvt. E. M. Robinson knowing the day they will expire become effective which placed a ... t'':"'.., I NOTICE OF APPLICATION

the first of each month. Parties Me!. Dt. Ct., 144-4 and permit them to plan ac- burden on many stores. FOR TAX DEED:

unknown to publishers required to I Atlantic Beach Fla. i cordingly. As In the past the red Rationing Program on the Air _. ; la hereby Lane ef given 18MNotice that ItandallA.

pay In advance. You see we had several different I ( and brown)) stamps will always Each Friday at 9:45: A. M. radio 1.'lIltn.". l holder i>t Tax iVrtlflcnteaNo

School Opening branches of the service In the CT. become valid on successive Sun station WTSP. St. Pet. Petersburg Personal ItemsMr. of:; September.11111 to II'.IS A.Inc.I Isim-d>. 1II21\ '. .the baa 3rd filedaurae day

and they all had different addresses. days. ((1380 on the dial) presents a 15 In my office' has made ai'pllra-
I ,Hun fur a Tax Deed to be Isinedthenmi.
Sr. High Science Miss Elizabeth: Good and Bad Tire News minute program entitled "On the and Mrs W D. Coker re'urn Said, Certificate enihraroi the
down here last There Is both good and bad tire Price and Rationing Front." The following deaerlhed property In the
transferred
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Baum. was ed to heir home here Wednesday Miiutj of okiwhnhpp, State nf Florida

Blol. and Phys. Ed. Mr. Eugene Thursday and believe I'll like the rationing news this week. OPA announced information is official. Is suppliedby afternoon aLe spending ,.evert.days \11, to-wlt Bloke: 41 to so Inc., Kunaot Park

Darby. setup O. K. that eligibility rules had the OPA, and Is addressed to on the West Coast SubdlvlHlnii nf the N'of Section It,

Home Economics. Miss Kahleen Bryant, I know Iv'e put you to a been broadened to provide recappedtires I homemakers. The program Is sponsored ; -.0- Twp.The 37,INN H...Ns111P11t If It.. 33 ofalt K. property

McCarthy. lot of trouble about my subscription to all commercial vehicles, regardless by he Florida Power Corpor Mrs. I. J. S'.vlndal has returned' under aald I'prtlflcnte Issued wan Ullie t .
inline "f okperhnlipe land & Inr.Co.
Commercial Subjects. Mrs. H. T. but I want to get the home of the use to which they aion which serves many communities to her home here after spending and F.V.. tell *t HI.!
are put. Moreover. OPA announced In South Florida I, riilena enid Certificate shall lie ,.-
Buss. town news.Thanking several days In Eustis with her sister dwnd I according to law prperty rterrlbed .
Librarian Mrs. Mattie MccranIe. you in advance I re that Grade C "camelback" was now V I therein bull be aold ti> the
I MldinNt 1,1,liter at the Courthouse dooron
Agriculture, Mr. Terzenbach. main available for recapping passenger NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR -o-- the first Mandny In th.e month ofSeptimher

Public School Music Miss Anne Yours very truly tires. It was previously restricted TAX DEED Mrs. N. O. Culbreth and granddaughter I!' 1A43. which l I. the nib day
I I Laws of 1935 I of September 11)43.
Wood Branning. E. M. ROBINSON. I to truck tires. Virginia Lee returned to Dated llil,, Silt tiny of August 1143.)
I Notice is that K. E
C. M. Williams S. Prln. e The less bright side of the picture I II Stello holder hereby of Tax given Certificate No i their home here Monday after :I (Seal) BOY Clerk U.Circuit IlAri.EKSON Court of I

Those teachers who are substituting The First Battalion again came I Is that the September tire quota. is : 339 and 340 Issued the 7th day of spending three months at Hender Okeechobee County Florida.

for us will 'be relieved as soon through in true Gator Style. For the same over the United Statesas July. A. D. 1941 has filed same in I I sonville N. C. .

M teachers can be secured to take the past week, the Battalion has for August which also means my office; has made applicationfor : i

their places. I bivouaced at Camp Misery within that some motorists may have to a Tax Deed to be Issued thereon Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
Said Certificate. embraces the I TAX DEED
The public Is invited to attend'on shouting distance of Fiske Range. accept used or recapped tires In following described property In the returned Tuesday from Henderson- I Laws of 1935

opening day and anyi' day Upon its return to Oatoruand September even hough they may ,County of Okeechobee. State of : vllle N. C. and Dothan. Ala., Notice is hereby given that K. I

after that one desires to thE're'l the Battalion brought back the be eligible for new ones. New truck Florida to-wit; where they spent> three weeks. E. Stello. holder of Tax Certificate I

to honors of them all and probablya tires will be scarcer in September I N 28 acres of NE'i of SW'' !, and -0I -
The principal would like urge No. 338 Issued the 7th day of July
t that parents come as often as there I post record on the M 1 Rifle I too the OPA said. t W'w' of SW', Sec. 10, Twp. 34, Age. I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowden of A. D.. 1941, has filed same in my l

is a problem concerning your child I Class A course. I Ration-Fr Shoes 135. I II ClewUton spent Tuesday night and office; has made application for a
The assessment of said
The Ml Rifle record ahigh Non leather shoes with soles containing property Wednesday in Okeechobee Tax Deed to be issued thereon.
that the principal can assist in the I
I I I under said Certificate Issued was : Said Certificate embraces the following
of 202 out of a possible 210. small of reclaimed --V
score percentage
solution. The welcomedat a I
parents are In !the name of Unknown. I described property In the
I was taken by two First Battalion rubber or made from low I i II Gems for Your Scrapbook
any time. The school is for the I Unless said Certificate shall be County of Okeechobee. State of
I
children and it is the desire of the i men. Cpl. Ruben E. Lanier. Hq. Co. I grade friction scrap may be sold 'redeemed according to law property Florida to-wlt:

faculty to serve you and your child I) 1st Bn. and Pvt. George G. Starkey. I described therein shall be sold SILENCE: IT'S VIRTUE S 12 acres of NE'' of SW"'j;

in the best manner possible. Give Jr. Company C. The other high to the highest bidder at the Courthouse Silence never shows Itself to so SE'i' of SWU ; SW'. of SE'' except

scores have not yet been determin- NOTICE OF AIMl.ir\TIO\ door on, the first Monday In rrir.. l"am8iee! as when it is Beg. 420 ft. W of SE eor of SW!
TIIKKK:
Foe
us your cooperation.C. LaN. of lll.U the month of October. 1943. which Of SE'' ,, run W 405 ft., N 525 ft.
made the to and def
M. WILLIAMS. Prln. ed.The \,'tire, N 'hereby itlvi-n Mine !"'. W. Is the 4th day of October. 1943 reply calumy E 405 ft.. S 525 ft. Sec. 10, T1I.'}>. 34
schedule began at 5:30: a. m. /.nnili-r.' hnlilrr of T IVrUfh-ni No Dated 2nd of amation.-Addison.
> this September.
day
: 87
; : S. 35 E. Containing acres.
: ; : : Rge.
V- for the .17. I l'en'd| lti. Tib il f nf .Inlr. A. 1> .
which time was set aside Hi'". linn rili'il mime In my office : linn 1943. There is an eloquent silence : it The assessment of said property

Although not rationed beer is as i regular calisthenics period. Mesa 1 ninilt', iiiplli-allcin| fur a Tlx 1",1| to ROY R. RAULERSOM rTve sometimes to approve some under said Certificate issued was in
|I')be I 1.,1| llii-riiiM. Sold I !IVrtll'IriHv" emI
'iSea.1) Clerk of Circuit Court of
hard to find as beefsteak in many came at 6:15 a. m. and at 7 a. m.. I ihrai'i I >. i hp fullmvlntr ilwrlliccl) |property| times to condemn: there Is a meek the name of Unknown.
'
I !b1. thi. i'i ntit.i of oktwuil p<>. State nf Okeechobce County Flo-lc'a Unless said Certificate shall be
Florida localities. Miami. with a and the men were ready to begin 1 Florida, t"vli : ing silence: there is a respectful

normal consumption of 35,000 casesa I the day's firing. The firing wa !'\\1.r NBIX" ..MIII.Iiip' \ SectionV \ sileence.-La Rochefoucauld. redeemed according to law property
\ >. Twp. 8T. Kx'. 3" Cnnialnlng' Ip> described therein shall be sold to
week is now receiving only 20. 1 completed at approximately 4:30: p. 1 I.,.,... xrnrr.FOK or T\\*.rruriTioN DEEDLaws Silence Is tr safest respondent the highest bidder, at the Court .__
The shortage is acute m. dally after which time the menI The imi'UKiiiMil of milil iirnrirrt.Tj for all the contradictions that arise
to 25,000 cases j iinilpr until', CprilflriUe, ,liMncd, "'11. In of !EtaNPtl'e : house doer on the first Monday In
in Tampa. Jacksonville and I were allowed time off until 11:00: p.'m. I I Ifin name of .liinefili lliiiiNi'r.nld "la herliy jilveti thnt N II'.T. '''\ from impertinence vulgarity or en the month of September 1943
L'1I1".1 IVrtlflc-nlo shall b, ri Johnson hnhler of Tin. I'.tlrt,. lr,
An order setting fir such incidentals as baths 11 which Is the 6th day of September
other 1 Zimmermann.
many points >N'<'in>',1| ni--orillnu In l.iw. property :Nil. :ij: .14.1 314. HI.-I 1.\. 1 Dip 7lli vy.--
aside 15 per cent of production for they were lucky enough to get Into ,|,'...rll..1| | lliiTi'ln shall he. sold tn thohigh"st tiny of Tnly. A. D VU1 linn filed .,,,11I' No reproof is so patent as the 1943.
bidder at, the roiirthiiiiHp door In my orfh',. has mink, iiipUeiiilnii| f"I Dated this Sh day of August 1943
!the military forces, plus govern the shower room and cleaning the oil the first Mniiiliiy In lh. mouth' nf II Tlix llepil In IniNmieil thrronn Snl'lClrtlflrltlA silent lesson of a good example
s,.|,tentb"r, 1 JIll:! whl,'h U the llh ,ilny pmlirnei'fl' the follnwlnir tip ROY R. RAULERSON.
is dirt from their clothing.
ment reduction In production dust and tHiilipr. 11H.1.i -Mary Baker Eddy
"I'8r( |> eirlbpd property In flip, County "f (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court ol
i Ontcil IhU nth tiny nf .\IIIt"" '" i 1'll ()kprrbiilnK Slntp nf Klorliln, tn-wlt-
the cause brewers say. Camp Misery News. 110II ll.vri.KIlsoXiRi'iili I Silence Is the element In whtehgreat Okeechobee County. Florldda.FDR .
,
Ul U.eU! t tn I'l' II" Fort" PriiinTnwnallp.
--. .. -- --_ .- --- -- -- l ricvk rirrult C'mirt nfnlipp things fashion themselves to-
----- I fl !RiihillvlDliin nf part nf SeII. "-
..- Okeet! County. 'I.hlonTH. I! 1'w "l'. SI. ltiti. :1:;. ._- -- --- -
- 'w3"A \ The m ei>niput of anlil' |iroiert.rirnler t pettier; that at length they ma\
,I milil. Yi'ilflente 1 lniiii.ila, In emerge full formed and majestic

From where I sir I I: OFI''IIC' \1'1"\ the Vnlomi nniiir' atilil of rtikiifiwn.rprtlflrnte ahull bp FPiloeinoil 'li'to the delights\ of life which they
9
FOK TIt. ..l> I iirpiirillni tn I,,,,., |iriieinipurllio | sta.ys:
thenceforth to rule. carMe
i.uw. or ini.1Notlro | "| Ih" "reln .10,11!) lie sold. to thhlgheet ,' are -
: In lii-rrliy irlveu that VrllflratoNn..1. H. I MiMor 1, ,, at the rnnrthoiiHp d.n, He knows not how to peak who Originally I we
Wnlki Sr.. hnlilfr nf 1'.0 on the first Mnnilnv'' lii the mnnih' ni'
x asked for 10
Nn. l.'li, I..IIH the Tib ilnv of .'ll I p""lIIlu'| I'JI.t whleh la 111. lilt .111'{ cannot be silent I : still less ho rAft .i percentin
/ Joe :Marsh A I II lull linn feed .iiiiii In myofV nt !Si.itc.inlpr. IMS.( bond.; now we
/ I llcntlnn for a 'vith Vl.' '.',' anti d"r'sl>nv ,
)<: linn lunch' n|>|> .
; 1..1.1| ililn 2-flh "iii"f .lull. Mia.JOV :
eWe / -- Tax I liecil 1 in "lIP |tsw11..1| Uii-reiui." SnlilCei'lirirali !i I It. HArt.lCIISc! hastens to the end is silent: Icuci- need considerably
I'lnliruiM'' the followlns' < (Seal l) Cl.rk fin-nit Cmirf urI more,
I ."'11..1 .r.y| In tbi ( ''"111)' of I Okperholiee Culllll)'. Klnrl'ln' impotence Lavater.
iikei.i.liiiliiv.. Mute ..f Florida to-wit :
.._ .. .
.
iki'c _
Lot ID. Muck 1'1"' t'ltv of - -- -- -
were slttln' on Till C.'ehhe'd take Iced tea, "with a sprig 1.,1..' .... i -
I I'lie .IIHiieiliilllellt of aillil |"iri>pcrtvuiiiler : -
ster's back porch Saturday complaining o' mint In It. \ anlil IVrtll'leiile Ixunei! WIK In --

of the heat ".\o'wa) ," Rays Bill, "we all the inline of Mn. U A. Miinnnl.TnN'M I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. e.
sold rerlifli'iiii' shall lop TPI -
"Ilrckon tl'ls Is the hottest 11ay got a right to our own tastes. I teemed" nernnllnit to law. prperty ilfrllieil I ,.,
." therein xlinll he milil In the
on record, Homer Bentley oband that ought to leave every.rcrvcs..tn.lthelbliwtir.t"aayw niche hlilili-r III the roiirihonup doer I Iou I
body happy." ,Hie ftrol l M"lnliiIII I lie mnlltll of \
1II1"hl'b:\ U the 11th itoynf I
I Sc-i'i"inlier.
lii 1, taking a long: draught of And from where I sit, Bill'sright. i Si'pteiiilier, 1Wl.liiilcil : ,,
.. 11MS.K : I
buttermilk, thin, rili ilnv Aniriint.
It's a srpall point of courseThat
(V it. HAn.KlKD.N: I
got us on the subject ofthirstquenchers -but tolerance of what the other I,8,'s14 rii-rk t'lrenit Ci">iirt of ,
tiki'i'rhnliei'utility.. '"I''III #
and Bill alfellow likes-and his right to en- : 7c
,
..
lowed as how nothing was as Joy H-w'iether It's buttermilk or I -- -

cooling f.s a tall cold glass! of beerIe Important thing In NOTICE OF APPLICATION

buttermilk. Thad Phlbbs and I any argument.. 1 FOR TAX DEED r

both! voifd, for n glass 0'> cool J lro'-' Laws of 1935 '

f." '. J 1 ... ian i'lles' sad 17'jtfAw. : Notice( is hereby given that H. ; Ik5cLr'rp\ /

Bo'-ee' holder of Tax Certificate No. .

,284. Issued the 5th day of Septem 1GrtNI

.'.'0. 66 uf a Serifs /n-right, 1913, Brewing Industry Foundation ber. A. D 1921, has filed same in '
.
-- _- -- ..-. I my 01 : Ice. has made applicationfor
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a Tax Deed to be issued there 1
.
on. Said Certificate embraces the } _

following< described property in the
YOUR TIRES NEED RECAPPING
I County of Oke<>chobc\ State of

Florida to wit: 1r ,,

\ SE'4 of SEll of NE' Sec. 29,

T \p. 33 S. Rge. 35 E.
Have them recapped by HUMPHRIES at Fort
The assessment of said propertyunder

Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We I sold Certificate Issued was in g-- .. .

are now operating twenty-four hours daily and I the name of R. O. Hardee. '.',';'t"'. '

can give much more prompt service. Tnere is to Unless said Certificate shall be .o.... -._...1", \

be SERIOUS SHORTAGE of truck and redeemed according to law prop' ;; 11.
a new 1d Ya'tsl :1 p -
erty described therein shall be sold : ++r ylRA _11.4,1.aAM ;f' : rr t 'f'
passenger tires during the next four months and ...
to the highest bidder at the Court' ( ) j,4' r' ,
III tires about all When II '
grade
are gone. your house door on the first Monday in 1"

tires become smooth, have them recapped at the month of September 1941 .- .

once. We have plenty of recapping rubber. Which Is the 6th day of September Quite a stack ol newspapers I left you Bnotleers! must post Ceiling Prices'}

1943. ye.irday Judye.!: Arpn't gOln' in the news-! 'Federal Agents; seize'Trick' Liquor Truck'.

Dated: this 61i day of August. 1943. paper; business are you?" Doesn't that go to prove, Joe. that prohibition

ROY R. RAULERSONI "No. 1 just enjoy reading different does not prohibit?

I ) Clerk Circuit Court of papers so my nephew George sends themto "I 1 watched conditions pretty carefully

Humphries Tire t Retreading Co. Okeechoee County Florida. me whenever be takes a business trip. during our 13 years of prohibition in this

1 got a big kick out of some he sent me country. The only thing could see we got

-- ... from several counties where they still have out of it was bootleg liquor instead of legal '

StVTB DIXIE JIIGtIW.-\Y NONE 139 Workcri In a MlcbJfaa r.. prohibition. Particularly from some b ad- liquor. .plus the worst crime and corrup:

I I f finery bed up a very I.w, hnea that read'Drunk Driving Arrests e'. tioo this country: hat ever mown" '
FeaT FIBR9E, FL RS \ I false door leading U tha pay

t. .fflc.. On It U laMrlbcali" .
"'loa11 learn U iok ..- I Advertisement)
l Cir.s..rai Wfra..i.sfwhsrey .1
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FRIDAY. SEPTEM.BEK: 3. 1943
.. TIlE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE

I of tax liability Persons required to
income
Tax News "Gilbert Theatre"Oketohobee
i file who have not received decla-
wor n.> .; "btam them at any of
John L. Falls, Collector ot Intern the fourteen field offices In the
alal Revenue for the District of statq or by writing the Collector of
of Florida has announced that approximately I Internal Revenue Jacksonville, Fla. Friday & Saturday iI,i

200,000 Florida Taxpayers Contents of Declaration I Check!
will be required to file a The declant.un lias only thesj!
declaration of estimated Income six lines for figures DICK POWELL I

and victory tux" 'before September 1. Estimated income and victory -in-
'tax for 1943. I
15th in order to comply with the I -
2 Estimated income and victorytax "VARSITY SHOW" II
provisions of the Current Tax Payment I
Act of 1943. withheld during the entire I

Who declaration Must File must a DeclarationA be made by year 3, Estimated tax after deducting CHARLES STARRETT I By keeping tab on your Printing requirementsand

estimated tax withheld (item RICHARD DIX"TOOMBSTONE
every cltlzzen: or resident of the one

any United of States the following if he comes groups:within mlnue!4, Total item payments two.) to collector THE I placing your order several days in advanceof

((1)) SINGLE OR MARRIED BUT dining 1943 for 1942 income tax.
TOWN delivery date will aid us materially to
5.
NOT LIVING WITH SPOUSE at Unpaid balance of estimated i you
the prescribed date prescribed for tax (item three minus Hem four.) TOO TOUGH"

the making of the declaration 6 Amount paid with this decla I give you a better job and reduce the chances of
1 latlon f not less than one-half of Also-NEWS.
(whether or not head of a family),

If expects he had to have for 1942.for 1943-or reasonably item At the 5) time of filing declarationsmust I I delay To complete a job of printing many opera-

(a) Oross income of more than be accompanied by at least Sunday & MondayPAUL
$2,700 Irom wages subject to withholding ne half of the amount of tax still tions The form must be
; or I, due as shown in Item 5 of the dec- are necessary ,I type

(b) Gross income from all sources laration entitled "Unpaid balanceof MUNI

WITH((2) MARRIED SPOUSE at AND the.date LIVING pre- must estimated be paid tax"by ,December The second 15. half anda ANNA LEE set, then properly spaced, out; a proof drawn and


!laratlon scribed 1 ,for If he the had making for 1942 of the or dec rea- with final a declaration return for of 1943.estimated together income -In"COMMADOS- read; corrections made and locked in a chase for

for 1944, be filed
must next
by STRIKE
sonably expects to have for 1943-
(a) Gross Inccme from wages March 15. and a final return for the Sometimes letter of a form ex-
subject to withholding which when 1944, must be filed by next March AT DAWN"Aho press. every
15. At that time, too taxpajersmust
Added to his spouse's gross income Cartoon-THIS IS AMERICA.
from such wages. exceeds $3500; pay one-half the unabated LATE WAR NEWS. cept one or two, will print on the press. The ones
portion of their 1942 ('or 1943 if
or I
(b) Gross income from sources It Is lower) tax liability. The final that do be worked ink must
other than wages subject to withholding payment on the unabated taxes Is not print must on;
due March 15. 1945. after which
WednesdayLORRAINE
( which when added to his
I fpouse's gross Income from such' as-you collections go basis.Assistance will.be on a truly pay have attention, paper stock must be cut and the
: sources exceeds $100 and also his DAY
Offered
gross$624 income for 1943 from or all the sources aggregate exceed Wishing! to offer as Taxpayers much assist -andROBERT job run on the press and when the work is com-
ance to taxpayers as possible! Col-
gross Income from all sources of
(tooth spouses amounts to $1.200 or 'ector Fahs announced that local YOUNG pleted the must be distributed for the
1942 1943. field offices will be open each week type use on
more for either or -ln"JOURNEY-
I day from now until September nand

I I I marital((3) Individuals status, who regardless were required of able deputy to assist collectors'taxpayers.will Also be avail during FOR next order. This does not include wrapping and

to file an Income tax return for
the period September 1 10. dep- MARGARET"AlsoTHE
1942 and whose wages subject to
uty collectors will arrange to assist. bindery operations or delivery
'withholding for 1943 are reasonably BOOKWORM TURNS
communities not having a local
expected to be less than such
wages for 1942. field office. -Cartoon. Give us order early for satisfaction.
In conclusion! Collector Fahs has : your
The foregoing rules apply also
megested that all taxpayers find'
to residents of Canada and Mexico
out now whether they will be required I
holding Other non resident aliens Coming Attractions
to file a declaration and if
. whose wages are subject to with- I
one Is required be sure to file it on
are not required to file declara- I
or before September 15th as severe' PEAP THE WILD WIND.
,
tions penalties are Imposed for failure to The Okeechobee News
Mr. Fans states that 'his office is
file within the time prescribed LOUISIANA PURCHASE.
now In the process of mailing these
Penalties are also provided when
declarations to all persons who filed WAKE ISLAND.
the estimate is beyond the permissible
returns last year, whether or
margins. UCKY JORDAN.
.. rot they are required to file. Accompanying I
.v is _______ ..
, .. the declarations a ---- -
Ii *hprt' .form instructionsheet-'on
which detailed Instructions are pro 1":1':: '::" "

vlded. together with a form for Okeechobee Airport
computing the taxable Income anda
table for estimating the amount
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WAR ]DUNGSServices HORSE



RODEO &
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On Sunday morning as you sit in
church and see the vacant places
in the choir and wonder where the RACES !
war has taken the young; people
from your community you may feel
.
certain that they are attending divine
services if circumstance perm -
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Chaplains 1rM and' \choral' leaders' } are !!I


found on the larger ships and even s'-'PTI .
45 6
abroad In the Army centers. !
Millions of hymnals have been distributed .
( to the men and women of
ill services and you may rest assured
that a portion of the savingsyou
are placing Into War Bonds it
used for their spiritual welfare.
V. S. Tmuury Dtparlmml
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they the practice will be of associated law with together offices on In, 9 O'clock Sat. Night Sept.4 & Mon. Night Sept.(} ,

the 7th Floor in the Comeau Build

ing, West Palm Beach, Florida. I

",, 'i' Sponsored by Okeechobee Civic Club .
UI.t.t! !ltll1ll"'I't' :.1 'II'I'I"r.'III'"It'I1'1'! ': !I'" ; ..:! .

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PAGE FOUR m__ TIrE CICrECITOBFE NEWS n____ ___ ftpyT _1t'Y..U3r.n___.. __3. 1913_
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I II
I Instrustions for Mailing Private John R Roe (Army serial

I number) i THE POCKETBOOK

(Continued from Page 1) Company F, 167th Infantry

Too Late to Classify presented with each parcel. No A,P.O, 810, ',Postmaster of TAPS

soldier should have to ASK ,for a New York, N. Y.

Christmas present: so gifts must be The address on a parcel for a

By Russell Kay \mailed on time. The Navy also Navy man should' Include the name ,,'

urges ,that gifts 'be mailed between and rank or rating of the addressee ...

I September 15 and October 15. the Naval unit to which he is

Made my first trip to Miami In I debtedness of city, county and Reasons for the early mailing assigned and the Navy number as- r ,

nearly two years and whilt I was I schools was 1 lumped in a refund dates are: The vast distances the signed thereto, or the name of the

at It decided to "go the whole hot" with the Interest rate cut In half parcels: must travel to reach our |I ship, and the fleet post office

and visit Key West and take In and provision for meeting future men at war fronts and stations the through which the parcel Is routed

the Shands subcommittee hearing. payments from the county's share world over; frequent transfers of /4 ,. yi BE THOU6M AH TVO ALFALFA OR THRC1 PLANT FEET MAVOUtf HI6K.

Mother Nature didn't ,build me of gasoline money, without the thousands of men from one Inca A typical Navy address: ) / THg ROOTS Or AV3WB MAV tintNP THAN fO TO CffT/A ,

for present day bus travel. The Job necessity of an ad valorem levy. I i tlon to another, which means for- John M. Jones, Seaman, first I &

of boarding one is no Job for a I According to witnesses testifying warding of the mall and consumes class, U. S. Navy e

timid soul. You gotta be a cross before the Senate Sub-committee, I additional time; the necessity forgiving Naval Air Station I '

between a football player and a composed of Senator John Beach preference to reinforcements Navy 199 (one nine nine) i ,

bargain ,counter rusher If you expect -' am of West Palm Beach, Senator and arms, munitions, medicines and .Fleet Post Office I j _

to J. A. Franklin of Fort Myers and Francisco Calif. _
get anywhere. food In allotment of shipping San ,

The long trip over the Florida Senator J. Ed. Baker of Umatilla, space, which often means that or I I M PeRU. fOOTH AMIRICA, A RI-/FH ON

Keys Is as enchanting as ever, but Interference on the part of high the shipment of gifts must wait Lieut Roger W. Doe, U S Navy \\\\ TW CONTINfWTAL pisrcnoHtrue PW1WI nOVISIHorpofiTf STHJAM

difficult to appreciate when, you Tallahassee officials has threateneda And it is most urgent that gifts U. S. S. Minnesota I otlu"A C STANDS'TNN FLOWS MOTIONLESS POVMtlllL OM ON LfVEL OPPOSITE SSt3OMO

are seated over the wheel and get collapse of the entire refunding be delivered to the men IN TIME Fleet Post Office : CENtX 4IDrc oP 7Ne'mvipe't FASTTo THe
I program with the resultant loss to WORKER A LITTLE REP FEA1HER15\ iinTicoct vtftr TOwemrc.THAU .
the full benefit of the foxholes FOR CHRISTMAS, to keep their San Francisco, Calif WEAR IN HIS HAT IVERV TIME KB

and take It from me, there are I taxpayers of a million and a half spirit high y-- SUBMITS AH! IDEA. ALI dollarsMayor. I OF THe EMPLOyeK: LOOK LIKE
plenty of them on the Overseas I The only way to Insure against CIIVRCIIES OF CHRIST INDIAN CHIEFS IN FULL DRIBS
Wllllard M: Albury told in
Highway. disappointment for he fighting men SCIEMST:
detail of his appeal to the State
Last time I was In Key West It 1 Is to buy at once and mall early- f.
Securities Commission for their approval -
was a city of many houses and few I mall your gifts as soon as possible "MAN" Is ,the subject of the .
of the program and he
people. Now it is a city runningover I alter the September starting date Lesson seimon" which will be read 111ft
charged Attorney General Tom
with people and not enough i Those who have relatives or In Churches of Christ, Scientist, !
Watson. Comptroller J M. Lee andI .
houses. friends in the service should remember throughout the world on Sunday
I Treasurer Ed Larson, by refusing
The hotels quit renting rooms a that we have fighting men September b. MO'(
to recognize the deal with Crummer
)
long time ago. Now they try to In Alaska, Greenland. Iceland, I The Golden Text is: "Mark the
or to release the funds to Mon
give you a .bed or a cot and you I roe County's credit from gasoline I England, Sicily, far-separated regions perfect man and behold the up GIASS SPRINGS. MfLLON

share your room with whoever hap' of Africa, the Near Eastern right: for the end of that man Is V/MCM RSTAIM THglR WOMEN--AT IfAST 25 X
taxes had placed the city In a tlASTCTT/" *A BROAD Of TOTAL CURRENT
pens to be In it. I drew a court reporter -(I,perilous position, I countries Australia, many of the peace" Ps, 37:37): ). ARC HOW WORXIN6 EMPLOyMfreMPCRATDRgp1N6EAq

and a Coast Guardsman South Pacific Islands, India China, I Among the citations which com MOW BEING MAHUWCTORCP' 9f HTHCU G
Witnesses testified that the ar I .
A tf LA*
and found them ,both likable room I I with ,I South America, and other areas. prlie! the Lesson sermon Is the following COMPAH/
rangement Crummer was approved -
_. _
mates. I Weeks are required for a ship to --- --- -
{!: unanimously by city and from the Bible: "But as It

Uniforms are everywhere In ev- j I: county officials and that local leg' I reach many of these stations. There is written, Eye hath not seen nor Bond RefundingContinued issue a special permit allowing It
I' I can be no assurance, of course, that to carry out the old contract taker
Idence with sailors predominating, Islatlon providing for a referendum ear heard, neither have entered Into -
and a smattering of Army, WACS, '' permitted the taxpayers themselvesto j I the first ship sailing for any of the heart of man, the things' ( from Page One) over from R. E Crummer & Com

WAVES, and SPARS. A civilian is'' voice their approval. In spite of these locations will have space which God hath prepared for them county boards and a vote of the pang

almost an oddity Nowhere In Flor. this, the Securities Commission I available to carry Christmas pare that love him But God hath re people the present refunding program The results of the Key Wes;

Ida are you made more aware of continued to block the deal, their I els GUts may have to wait until I vealed them unto us by his spirit: i was fully approved and they hearing are of general i Interest as

the fact that there is a war on, and : sole objection being to Crummer. I vitally needed supplies and equip- For what man knoweth the things Aero trot Interested in any quarrel many other Florida communities

you sense that here is a community ]I. After listening for three and a ment have been shipped, to assure of a man save the spirit of man I which the state ors its officialsml fie f' e-u i in similar manner

that is on the ALERT. What has half hours to such testimony, mem- victory and to save the lives of our which Is In him?" (I Cor. 2:9-11.: I ?ht have with Crummer and asked because of contracts wltji Crum I

gone on and what Is going on hereis bers of the Senate Committee expressed I men If the parcels are not mailed The Lesson-Sermon also Includes'the only that they be permitted to her & ccmpam',
I I early, the delay may prove to be I The Senate Committee voted to
a military secret of course. a the opinion that the Key I II following passage from the i' ,'' .t d
just enough to prevent their arrival :sk the St-uritlps Commission to
subject that cannot be discussed! Christian Science textbook, "Sci-
West refund appeared to be an
c Ul1llll'r' firm, R, E Crummer
explain in writing why It had re-
here Patrol planes and trim, sur- exceptionally good one from thetaxpayers' i by Christmas day, with consequent ence and Health with Key to the
in the & Co, was dissolved at the beginning !M'sect recognition of the Key West
I disappointment to the men "
face patrol ships are always in ev.1 standpoint and more Scriptures. by Mary Baker Eddy:
lives of the year. The present deal and Individual members ex
idence as they roar aloft or steam favorable than could ,be secured service who are offering their "God Is the principle of man, and
i Crummer Company In which R. E pressed their opinion that the refunding -
and
over the water you wonder what ,' elsewhere They expressed the hope Ifor I their' country ours man Is the idea of God. Hence man
Crummer is not an officer or director worked out
I vital to the program wasa
| Mail of all kinds Is
their mission Is. the vast area that is not mortal nor material. Learn
that a could 'toe found to work
way was organlzzed to succeed It
splendid one for the taxpayersand
Is the Gulf and Caribbean I the matter out and voted to call. spirit of our fighting men. Every this, O mortal and earnestly seek and
take over the contracts. The expressed their doubts that a
officer who has Inspected our army
I the spiritual status of man, which
Like other Florida the Securities Commission for
on a
many
State Securities
Commission has
commu-I better one could be had with any
and postal facilities overseas
navy Is outside of all material selfhood".
nities, Key West Is statement In writing as to why approval II thousands of refused to Issue a permit for the tier firm .
"high bond pressure". A while back had not been granted. has reported that (p. 476:911, 21-22.).
'I new In
i men disregard mess call when it company to engage the TUP comml tee hoped towork
they called in Dr. Roy E. Crum I Interest In the outcome of the conflicts with mall call and V bond business In Florida, Key rut the difficulty and will make a

mer, who, after a thorough examination -; Investigation is general since a Officers at News printing satisfies. Nest< has asked the commission to i"port at a later date
l their letters first.
recommended a treatmentin number of other communities in net ___u ___ ___ _
four large military and naval sta
the form of a refunding pro i the state face similar difficulties. ,
tlons report that the spirit and efficiency ,
gram designed to save the patient. The committee will make a full re
of their men receive a dis
Under the plan, the ,bonded in port on its -- tinct lift when mall Is distributed,
--
and that a delay In mall service
NOTICE OF AI'PIKTIOV I Ill feet, I: Non ft, Sec' 21: Twp. 3*,
KR TIN ]>FFI; > (Ku, Hi) containing 10 acre*, caused a decided. decline In spirit r
Lawn of rods: The nsHcssmeiit/ of inlil! property I| with a consequent letdown In efficiency. !-
Notice I Is berehy given that A. C under soul Certificate Issued win In
BUM, holder of Tin Certificate No, 610 the nnme of Henron Operating Co. .i
Imam) the 7th day of Julv A. D. M41, I'lilon. mild Certificate uliiill lie redeemed .
has filed name In my office: ban mmlc according to law. properMdeairllioil 1 A disconsolate soldier or sailor
application for a Tax Peed to lie li.. lhi>reln shall lie ndd to the who thinks he has been forgotten
mini thereon Xiilil! Certificate eiubrn liltfhi'Kt bidder, nt the Coiirthniixe floor I
pea the following ill-scribed. property on the first Monday: 111 the month of at Christmas time is obviously not
In the fount of okecchohee. I Stan September" 11141, which Is th' llth tint
of Florliln, to.wit of September. 1IH1: at his best. So the gifts MUST be
Reic M: mi lint Lot 4. run S 311 I Dated tills 0lh din ol! .Tnh lilt: mailed on time so that they can arrive .
ft \\' to K aide 'if (')..OIpnl. Creek 1HHI II0\ K ltAI'LFItSON! : ,
ft N along said! Creek tu illrlilnn Seiill Clerk Circuit Court otOkiM on time.
line of Lots 2 3 and 4 ftpproxlinntelv l I >('holiei County Florida, I
+: Rules for Christmas mailings to

the fighting forces overseas were

made public last June for the guidance -

cr. 1r Np of early shoppers. They in

elude: \ t ,

I The parcel must not exceed five I,, \ I

pounds, and must not be more than 9 4 r 3yl t 1.
I 1i P r
fifteen Inches in length or 36 Inches (yx rb
1' f a
In length and girth combined. It L

i.M t> s' should be marked "Christmas par y

5 .wA4TSp eel" so that it may be given special I
II
tf, S.'4yx d Sy a' ,Nv.n I
(y attention to assure its arrival before II

> December 25. I
ra. i
Not more than one parcel' way .

: ; be ,mailed In any one week to the
:j I
same member of the armed forces
,
by or in behalf of the same mailer. ON

I The parcel must Ie'ell and | your vacation and business Someday they will be coming*

I strongly packed in a container of

metal wood, strong fiber board or trips in the past-as well as at back, their new job finished. You
a
3 vH similar material, then wrapped in your neighborhood Service Sta will find them still loyal to you

strong paper in twine. The cover
eawMl.y.di should be such that It can be opened I tion-you have been served often when they return and change

''Ipt readily for censorship. The contents by loyal men in the Standard Oil their uniforms again.In .

should ,be packed tlghtlv.:
Perishable goods such as fruits uniform. They were loyal to you the meantime other loyal

that may spoil, are prohibited. -they were loyal to us. men, who have been at their
Intoxicants, Inflammable material
'' ,. ....... It was only natural that men in home
1 J.;;.. ",. such as matches or lighter flu' posts, are upholding this
W # -
Ids, poisons and anything that whom the quality of loyalty was service tradition under difficult
-h.. may damage other mall are also

it % / prohibited Gifts enclosed in glass inbred and cherished should respond and sometimes trying conditions.

should be substantially packed to in large numbers to the call Loyalty is that personal trait

The railroads of America are bucking Industry to the limit In the war avoid breakage. Sharp Instruments,
of their
of production. Only the close coordination born of a common cause such as razors and knives, must country. Hundreds of in Individuals which makes a

could result In the extraordinary achievement of transportation audI have their edges and points I these stanch and faithful men Company great-and wins wars.
Industry since the war began,
tected so that they cannot pro-I
For many years the Seaboard, Railway has rpeognlred! the Interdependence I") have exchanged
of Industry and transportation. On the established principle through the coverings and I

that the welfare of tie) mil depends upon the prosperity of its postal personnel or damage other j their old Service
put runs, the Seaboard I '('n working over a long period of time packages. I I
for the economic development of the territory It serves uniforms for the
The Seaboard's, Interest extends beyond the location of new plants Since the armed forces are being j STS"3RD OIL COMPANY

It U equally concerned with the success of all Industry served by Its plentifully supplied with food and new uniform of
Line Its policy Is to provide adequate service and to adjust the freight clothing the Army and Navy rec ORATED IN KENTUCKY

rates on raw materials and finished! products to enable these industries ommend against these gifts greater serviceto T
whether located in the South or
I to compete with similar Industries
elsewhere. Addresses must ,be written clearly Uncle Sam.

Remarkable progress has been made In the Industrial development, and completely In addition to

of the South In recent years, Present Indications point to further the return address of the sender,

expansion In the post-war period a parcel for an should
Army man
In the M Partners
Seaboard will work la the future at put
lyith Industry.ACm show the name, rank. Army serial
number, branch of service, organ'

JJ8I.RP. zatlon, Army post office number,

{ and name of post office through
RAILWAY
| : ATTACK j which the parcel is routed. A typical -

WITH WAI K_>NM_ asa/aalsriaa_ ?' wrwEf. address for an Army man:

















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