The Okeechobee news
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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 17, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Daily Okeechobee news

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'Volume 29--Number 13 Okeechobee Florida September 17 1943
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Mailing Packages

Liquor ReachesTo j|I Washington, -Sept. 17Sportsmenhunters I To Men OverseasThe Miss Dorothy-Conrad became the Assist In Sale Of

OkeechobeeCounty I will get the limited quan- I bride of Private George Edward
I j Constable in a
titles of shotgun ceremony performed More War Bonds
allowed following are "musts" to be observed in or- at the office of the County

officials of Dade County them by the War Production der that Christmas gifts sent to soldiers outside of Judge Tuesday morning with At the -
assisted by State Beverage officers Board through established retailers, I County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr, meeting of the Lions Club
continental United States reach them by Christmas Tuesday night President
Uncovered a huge Liquor Black the same as 'before the war, the interior 1 I I performing the ceremony.
Market In Miami this Day : Mrs. Constable is Culbreth appointed a committee of
week and the department's fish the oldest
Miami Herald Tuesday gives the life service said and wild ((1)) Every package must be marked "Christmas daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. L. L. three to assist In the sale of War

tallow-Ing account of the arrest We today. Gift" and mailed not later than OCTOBER 15. Conrad and was .born and raised in Bonds and appointed Leo Green'berger

quote In part from the Herald: Under WPB provisions sportsmen ((2)) Each parcel must be correctly addressed. Okeechobee where she attended The other chairman of the committee.
"An alleged liquor black market will obtain ammunition cer high) school. Mr, Constable is were Roscoe
( This means that the full)) name of the soldier, his Markham and T H. Nix,
which officials charge had drained tlflcates from retailers in a registration native of West Virginia but at present .
!serial: number his service organization and unit the Postmaster M. C. Pitts
thousands of cases ofhlskey from from Oct. 1 to Nov. 15. Prior Is stationed with the army air was a
Miami to other portions of the ic t this period the service said, on OPA number and the APO post office in America forces at Avon Park. guest of the club and made a short

state In recent weeks was bared I, l.\)' needs of farmers and ranchers through which the parcel is routed must be included. ) He left Wednesday to return to talk In which he explained the

Friday by the arrests of 26 bar i requiring ammunition for the coniiol ((3)) Every package must be correctly packed, camp while the bride remained necessity the county of some concerted effortif
and package store of predatory animals and herewith her parents but will expected to meet Its
operators join
I wrapped and securely tied. (Some of "he packages quota during the drive He
"Arrests ranged the social scale : birds will be considered.V I him later.
from minor hoodlums and boot : --- -- will travel thousands of miles bv train. plane truck. -- -V --- the Lions Club- and- Mieir: ..,,....

leggers to the manager of a swank' I Hews Ion be carried by other means, and extra care: must, I that the Civic Club had appointeda I
Of Our BoysIn be exercised Weekly DigestOf committee composed of W. R.
night club In one of the topnotch : wrapping, packing and tying them. ) Howell chairman

Miami Beach hotels ((4)) Packages must be of the proper size. (Christmas llama C H. and Z. K Wil.

"Beverage department lIpl'l: \'h. Various CampsAt : gift packages will) be accepted for mailing only Rationing i Raulerson to Parkerson assist in and the H.cam H.

ors who uncovered the black market if they are of the correct weight and size : Five palgn The meeting last night
said they had traced over 4000
cases of liquor shipped from Miami Home & Abroad pounds in weight, fifteen inches in length, and thirty News From OPA was well attended and after a fine

during the past three months to .>inches in length and girth combined ) chicken supper served by Mrs.

the following points: The Okeethcbee News learn that ((5)I ) Postage must be fully prepaid ( Be sure that Allen Markham, Mrs. Roscoe Mark.
tey t Blue .
Stamps-R S and T ham and Mrs Clifton Ellis all
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% West. West Palm Beach Ft P DeBerrv has recently beens good enJoyed
the amount of is the
on package ) .
pmt to the Pacific. He propel' postage until Sept. 20: U, V and W good a few hours of dancing.
Pierce. Orlando, Daytona Beach entered the
DeLand Naples Fort Mjers Sara. nlr service after war was declared ((6)) Do not place on packages any stickers or labelsresembling until Oct. 20. W B. Veasley and C. C. McCain

sofa, Bradenton Tampa Carabelle :and Is now the tail gunner on a postage stamps. Inscriptions such as Red Stamps-X, Y and Z good were taken in as new members

and Okeechobee."One bomber operating somewhere in "Merry: Christmas," "Please do not open until Christmas until Oct 2. which brings the total membershipof

t that I theatre of the Brown Stamps-A, in Ration the club to tftDtJ'.two active
supervisor estimated that warMr. "Happy New Year, and the like, may be
Book ,
3 became valid members
Sept. 12
the 4000 cases amounted to 'only niaced; on the covering of the parcel, but this must be meats, fats cheese, for
and Mrs. J. T. Alderman, ---- --V
about 10 cent" of the total that
per have received letter lone in such manner as not to interfere with the address Sugar Stamp No. 14-Five pounds
a from their
has been shipped out through the I
black market operations on, J. T. Jr.. in which he says he expires Oct. 31. Larson AnnouncesFor
"Markups per caRe ranged all the has been transferred from the I ((7)) The Army Postal Service recommends the use Sugar Stamps No. 15 and 16 _

way from $8 to $25, officers reported Great Lakes Naval Training Campto of postal money orders to transmit gifts of money to Each good for five pounds for can His Reelection

they found when they first began New Orleans He says the navyIs rnembel's of the armed forces outside the continental fling Shoe purposes: good until Oct. 31.

their investigation.: Recently, alright and .he.likes. it fine. limits of the United States. Oct. 31.A.6 Stamp No. 18-Good until I Tallahassee, Sept. 13-(FNS) -

however, the markups have gone State Treasurer J, Edwin Larson
Garrett Swlndal left Gas Coupons-GOOd '
last until!
up $650 per case to where the' Saturday --- announced this week that he would
to return to the Nov. 21.
black market prices tacked on from army training be a candidate for re-election subject
I camp at Tucson Arizona
$14.50 to $31.50, they said. after i to next jear's democratic pri
that he spending a week here with his par j' Renewal Of A Books maries.
One agent reported paid ;
cuts: Mr. and Mrs. I, J. Sulndal Too Late to Classify Detailed instructions
Scotch for mail
$33780 for five cases of S 1 I renewal Just completing his first term.

whiskey in gathering evidence,j The of "A" gasoline ration books Larson claimed a record of substantial .

This, he said was at the rate of Boromel family received a Russell) In 17 eastern states have been for. progress, Including a reduction .
ablegram this week from By Kay
$67.88 per case. The normal whole. Fred ... warded to local: rationing boa,!!!:! annual'compensation In*&.
Uorotnel] who is with the United; c a wtttrwte 'a ...
uggAtMm thafrappucatlbtrforms :
sale price of the same brand is :.uVince'rates Justified' by"eiprf
{States Fleet In North African wa. be 1
he said. distributed as soon as pos ence of companies
$48 case i operating under
per (lers.: In his cablegram Fred says he From somewhere on the farlungPaclflo. ships and guns and ammunition. slble OPA has
in the announced. Local the workmen's
"One local man arrested compensation act.
Is I getting along fine. battle front came a mesSage While these things, of course, aplenty re boards will
dragnet, who has no kind of license begin distribution of the Larson was recently honored by
written on the back of a blue Important, we should not new books
found this month and boards being elected southern chair.
to deal in liquor was zone
Sollle Ellis returned home this and gold label torn from a can of lose sight of the fact that food all 1 in localities
check of his own records many are nearly ready man of the National Association of
through a.
,reek after spending the past eight Florida grapefruit packed months kinds of food is even more so. to mall out the forma I
$14000 I, Securities Commissioners.
" to have shipped out He Is
,months: In the army. He receivedi ago In a Florida citrus canning Starving hungry melcan't fight I I The renewal '
worth of liquor from Miami in a procedure will be ,chairman of the Florida Securities
medical for long no matter how much
discharge due to trouble plant. ammunition
one of the officers J I simple some communities mo. Commission.
31-day__ period with his feet and legs Said the wrltef: "The contentsof they may have at hand. I torlsts obtain
v..I'... the can from which this labtl Picture that boy somewhere out places may to be renewal forms at Larson served six years as federal
Solicitor Glenn announced by the collector Internal
"Assistant County of revenue for
Willie Norris was discharged fromthe was removed ,by the writer today there In the steaming tropics when boards.
who worked with the In other localities, .boards Florida and has ,
C. Mincer served in both
last week and Is he received that of citrus
army expectedto were most delicious. You: may be can juice are
and planning to mail out forms to houses of state .
the legislature.His
officers in developing cases the
arrive in Okeechobee within the Interested to know that this Flor I from his own home state. Can't motorists
the crimes court in now holding "A" books. announcement is second
who prepared the
next few days. He was discharged Ida product was over 9000 miles you just imagine the thrill it gave In either
formations on which defendantswill at Field, Dothan him? Then be able applicants for re made by a cabinet member. Attorney
Napier Alabama. from the point of packing. to to quenchhis newed
be tried said some of the rations may mail the forms General Tom Watson an.
"One of my fellow officers a California parched throat with that delicious back
to the board.
owned fed. The applicant nounced for election several
package store operators Jack Sutton arrived here last Saturday
boy, helped me consume the Juice and brag on it to his must '
eral wholesale licenses, but sure to attach <1)) the weens
liquor ago
and Is spending the week ,
contents of this can and he admit buddv who. though a Californian back
cover of his
hat fact did not affect their status with his mother and family. Jackis had to admit It present "A" book V
was mighty good.
ted it was a fine product. You
properly signed,
under Florida law. I and a current CHURCHES OF CHRIST
now located at Camp Stewart, may tell readers of 'Too Late To Somewhere In Florida someone tire
inspection record
"There are three kinds of Flor showing that SCIENTIST
Georgia. Classify' that it makes us Cracker carefully tended a bearing grove,
Ida licenses a distributor's.. a package proper Inspections have been made. --0-
store and one for bars, the last Word has been received here that boys mighty proud and happy to then later came pickers 'who harvested I After checking the applications to "MATTER" Is the subject of the

two called retail licenses." Mincer Glenn Chandler, son of Mr. and find such 'products from our own the fruit which eventually I make sure ,that the motorist Is entitled Lesson Sermon which mill ,be read

said Mrs John Chandler of Okeechobee I great state here on the outposts found Its way to one of our canneries | to a new "A" book, the board in Churches of Christ, Scientist,

--v---- has arrived safely overseas. While i and In the front lines. There workers prepared it,i will issue it through the mail. All throughout the world on Sunday.

hey do not know exactly where he I "The label instructed us to chill for shipment and finally it foundits "A 7" coupons will !be detached. September 19.

Knight hew Chief! Is it is believed that he U now !in before serving but somebody for. destination. I from the new books. Motorists will I The Golden Text Is: "I am the
I to send Kelvlnator and the If the millions of fighting menall
England. got us a begin using 'A-8" coupons on the Lord: that is my name: and my

Planner For SA L Iceman doesn't come around over over the world who have been 'i date the new book ,becomes valid, II glory will I not give to another

A letter from Maxie Lee Williams jungle home, so we punctured the receiving! our products could all l i I I which will !be announced. neither my praise to graven images"

to his parents, W. T. Smith and can and drank her down luke worm. have their say I know they would ;I I (Isa.. 42:8): .

Norfolk Sept 13-iFNSi) The wife, says he Is getting along fine Of all the citrus juice I've ever had rise as one to bless each and everyman :I Celling Prices On Bedspring Among the citations which com.

creation by the Seaboard Airline but would like for them to send none was more delicious, refreshIng ; woman and child here at i Ceiling prices for metal frame prise the Lesson Sermon Is the following

Railway of a committee of Re. him some cigarettes. He stated in or more appreciated than this. home who Is carrying on, tilling the I I bedsprings have been set by OPA from the Bible: "I have

search, Planning and Budgetry Con his letter that he could not understand "Take it from me, this kind of a I II soil picking, hauling packing: and I today at levels which will save thee sworn by myself, the word is gone

trol with L. L. Knight appointed the language spoken by the message from home Is even more canning so that the boys at th public from 25 cents to $1.50 each out of my mouth in righteousness,

chief, was announced by L. R. girls of that country because they I I helpful than guns and ammunition i front can enjoy these products of In comparison) with maximum I I and shall not return, That unto me

Powell Jr., and Henry W Ander. spoke French He, like all the for it lifts a fellow up and revives our favored soil. prices for wood frame bedsprings' every knee shall 'bow every tongue

son, receivers of the road. boys In service Is anxious to get I his old fighting spirit like The man or woman who works on of similar type. Retail ceilings shall swear" Isa. 45:23): .

"The purpose of the creation of home nothing else in the world. the grove or In one of our great j I ranging ,from $8.50 to $12 have been The Lesson-Sermon also Includes

this committee" the announcement 1 "As I drank my share of the canning or packing plants Is do-1 I fixed on five models of toll and the following passage from the

said, "is to deal with the development Six Okeechobee ,boys left last precious juice I could see the beau' : !In; as ''big and important a job toward j I flat steel bedsprings with metal Christian Science textbook. "Sci

aad Improvement of, the Seaboard week for Jacksonville where they !; tlful orange and grapefruit groves 'I 1: winning the war as those who I frames. I! ence and Health with Key to the

so that it may render the joined the navy. Those leaving i I the great packing houses and busy I II |[ lend their talents to the building Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:

best possible service to Its patrons were L, L. Conrad Jr. Billie Ander canning plants, my home town and ,,' of ships or planes or Jeeps. I More Sugar for Beef I "Mortal mind Is Ignorant of self, or

and to formulate methods of effec son Blllie Sutton, Eugene Wright, ;I I my friends and all the things I Organization and enterprise can Because some beekeepers are fac it could never be self-deceived. If

tively and economically meeting Sam Thomas and Doyle Stewart. I I know and loved back home. AndI I! send arms and ammunition frommost I ing loss of their bees due to the mortal mind knew how to ,be better,

present and prospective transportation Just where they were sent from the knew what I was fighting for. I:, any state but lifegivlng, lack of sufficient natural feed OPA it would be better. Since it must

conditions." Induction station at Jacksonville is "Keep that fruit and Juice com. I ''health-producing citrus Juice can has authorized additional sugar j I believe in something 'besides itself

"Despite the fact that the Seaboard not known. Ing; don't let us down on the home cnly come from Florida and one or I allotments to beekeepers registered it enthrones matter as deity The

has an enviable record of front and you can bet your ,bottom ]:| two other points. Because of thisI as Industrial users. The additional I human mind has been an Idolater

achievement it must be recognizedthat Sheriff Conrad received a letter ;, dollar we won't let you down on fact our responsibility is great an I al sugar allotment, which >Is limit from the beginning, having other
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the which will con. last week from Pro Robert R I II ed to a maximum 15
problem Lee the battle front. every Floridian should take pridein of pounds per gods and believing in more than
front the railroad after the war will who Is stationed at Fort Bennlng, 'I the fact that Florida enjoys the bee colony per year, is necessary the one Mind" (p, 186:282): ,

require the exercise of a high gradeof Ga. in which he says he has final. ''I privilege of making so great a contribution because of the short blossoming V
You know folks, that thrillingI
Initiative on the part of the ly got the chance he has keen look I I message penned laboriously on'' to the war effort St"B80lIn certain parts of the Ed Watford has returned to his

anagement ing for in the army. He expects the back of a can label hit me I! Don't worry Soldier We are country, home here after spending two week

Mr. KnlgU enteri his new field to take the examination for Cadet I right +between the eyes. Like a lot backing you all the way Well at Madrid and Dothan, Alabama.
with a wealth of experience gained training. In his letter he says give of other II | keep those canneries humming and Retailers who during; March,
folks. I've been Inclined ((194
during 34 years' association with his best regards to Okeechobee. I I to discount and take for grantedthe the fruit and Juice you want and I Il gave away book matches to I 14 cents per !box of 50 in independent .
'l 1: ;I I need coming In a never ending! purchasers of cigarettes, cigars and '' stores and 13 cents In chain
orgaml..t.J'V t I i I magnificent job 'being done by stream. Florida won't let I tobacco must continue to give away stores. Two
A letter received this week from ., our farmers and growers our packj j you I packs a penny Is
County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., Bob Davis,, formerly employed with era and shippers and above all our down. the matches when sales of these the ceiling price on small unit

spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the Ellis Candy Company here and I great canning industry. I II < V articles now ere made OPA says sales Sale! made through vending
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Tallahassee attending to business (Continued on Page 3) had been thinking In terms of News printing satisfies. At the same time OPA. set ceiling I machines are Included in the ruling.
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Okeechobw News Co., at Okeecho- --- is

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1 responsibility of the Okeechobee 000 pounds of food. This Include:s Iii season open. you i

(By C. A. Fulford) 1 County farmers. milk and butter, chickens and" I- E3

In last week's issue of the News I i Now that we have an erronlous eggs. beef and pork, sweet one : .1
referrence was made "our boys In Impression corrected let's talk ,>. Irish potatoes beets. turnips peppers : post your land against trespassing according -

the Armed Forces and the food necessary j some business; mixed with a little and onions tomatoes carrots, ; =

to properly feed them." 1 common sense. I Ii I i I eggplants and okra peas and ,

The term "our boys" as used In J We people left at home have to I and collards cabbage and the man;yi; 1 = to law, order POSTED signs I

last week's paper was Intended to eat and at the end of the year i I other varieties of vegetables to sa

mean all the boys from Okeechobee when we analyze the kitchen oper- nothing of the sweets.
County and the production of food 1 atlons we find that the small count -( If 'We wait for this amount 01;f J: printed with your name as owner or i .

crops: necessary to take care o tof Okeechobee with a population food to be hauled to us It will require
them WM Intended to reflect the 1 of 3,000 souls has consumed 5,400,' 135 twenty ton cars to haui
lira agent at nominal I cost. ;;
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; +'{ fqyr It I Is up to us; to release those cars, :3
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'1 ..11'I.i ., )I., 11 iii i of new plants.
It 111'111111"/ I..uel !'.I) t, n .t MI t' "i:! Iml l"tI vy served by Its THE
t.h/a.1ya'p". i:"..i". ; .'i- .1 ,mil, tn ndiust i I tie, fri'i : ,t lli. (IN WAR C33D3} POCKETBOOK
t.tel"n r&WIIlIlIc'I.. s '.. ., IP three inilii ni'$ *

tit IM'will'r.compete with HIM.HcDUirkuhlp r .. "i'r luiaU-U' \ In the South or of :g: 10V.EDCE0

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: proirn !i i II!' in the industrial development REPORT TO
tf the South In re -i -, .il( inilicatiuni point to further 1 I I. J. Swlndal spent several days(
esnanvlun! In the jiu 1 I ; '/
Seaboard will work in t.,,' !I.dur'as In the past-M Partner II I of this week In Lake Wales attendIng THE RATION .. '/,". '";;:

..\> i& Industry to business .. : :' /

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WITH WAR BONDS o./A..irYSlis...mBW.._ / r '
Laws of 1935 I
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I Notice Is hereby' given that K. E.I I I i .';::" J ;< /

Stello holder of Tax Certificate No. TUESDAY NIGH Tta ,:1'r,, / f- '

I 1339 and 340, Issued the 7th day of rtE THIS .;'.'prlt. TyPfWSITIS LETTERS AIRPLANE PLANS I
July A. D 1941, has filed same In *' lAMiALix.THUS SAVIN/ TMOVMNDS o? HOUR
I I'' (O rttaLV, 'ONS"MfIv/ I AND Lt-pBii4,
mj or rice. hat made application I 9:30 P. M.

for a Tax Deed to be Issued there :I ; fI"t :

on. Slid: Certificate embraces tae: I i '. -
them recapped by HUMPHRIES at Fort
described In tree STATION WQAM ,
following property g6yk
Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We County Jf Okeechobee, Stare of i I ; '. \ 5 '

are now operating twenty-four hours daily and Florida. to'wit: I I I ;i I \ SC12tii

can give much more prompt service. There is to I N 23 acres of NE i of SWt4n'\ and N& Vx .V .
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be a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and Wit of SWtt 8fC. 10 Twp. 34, Rge. ;I. I "II \ 1
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tires the four months and 35. I : "'., ,:-.r.IM,."
passenger during next !I r
The assessment of said -N MI.HA I
proper -
a.M14rre3 ) '
grade III tires are about all gone. When your under said Certificate Issued was in I I :J( ,
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tires become smooth, have them recapped at the name of unknown. I I I Tiny WERE V )BM IN
once. We have plenty of recapping rubber Unless said Certificate shall be 2,0ooya.R6.46oluRNS OM AN AIRPLAN85 DE-ICING EQUIPMENT
redeemed according to law, prop- :1 ATTENTION PLEASE .fir-' AT 1HE PROPfiRMOVENTa@l

erty described therein shall be sold I I
All tire and tube applicationsmust
to the highest bidder at the Court. "
be turned in at the Office ol
house doer on the first Monday in the local board either 'by mail 01 lHe AMERICAN fe ,
Humphries Tire & Retreading Co. the month of October 1943, which in person. Certificates will bv 4 l
Is the 4th( day of October. 1943. EAS O A
mailed out so 'be lure that correct ,pr.10ae0iMG SIK7psa
Dated this 2nd day of September. tME c
S )UTH DIXIE. WGHW4Y PONE 139 mailing address Is on application. AND OIrtPIR Jti' atwowsJNvN

1943. -Local War Price And ALUMINUM, _z ,, fLEXIBLF61.45rsBREa.THIwi
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OIftchoee! County Florida. Florida. 1
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NOTICE I islature of 1941.Gaines .
Gilbert Theatre I P. WilsonN.

I WHEREAS, it has become necessary K. Dickerson
Okeechobee \ to Increase the School Budget E. O. Roth
I for he year 1943.44 two mills In Robert N. Trimble. Jr. })
Friday & Saturday excess of that levied for the year' V +
1942 43 and that the revenue to be f -
I derived from ad valorem taxes for FDR Itufl: 11/r
DOUBLE?EATURD! I the year 1943 44 will be In excess of ,
i' that for the year 1942 43, notice Is Payroll savings is / \
I hereby given that a public meeting our (greatest tingle / 4
RICHARD i of all persons Interested will be factor in protecting ( 1S
TRAVIS ourscUcs ugainst in #
held In the office of the County flation. I /
-In"TRUCK II Superintendent In the County

BUSTERS"THREE Court House In the City of OkeeI -, -V-- I I S I
| chobee Florida on the 23rd day of ,
j September, 1943 at the hour of I II S
10:00: A. M. lay: '
The proposed Increase In the Americans
'I hope _
. budget herein set out will be fully will figure out for r-. I 'rtwel g
"West of Cimmerow" explained and the necessity for the themselves additional ;
same. All persons will be given an payroll sav I
I opportunity to inquire Into !any end ings.
all matters concerning the proposed I
'. **' Sunday & ,
MondayBOB .
Increase of said budget.H. -A- :
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HOPE County Superintendent FDRPayroll 4atf4:

I V--- savings is
I ; our greatest single rvI '"
Purchase" j NAME LAW factor in protecting i I
I against business
ALSO NEWS flation. your vacation and Someday they will be coming

UNUSUAL OCCUPATION I I 1 Notice is hereby given that the i trips in the pSst-as wtll aj: at back, their new job finished. You

undersigned Intend to register the ----V your neighborhood Service Stawill find them still loyal to you
fictitious name of "EL SANCHO Mrs Mae Bowers of Pensacolaleft
Wednesday OnlyI !LA ESPERANZA" as provided by Sunday night for that place tion--you have been served often when they return and changeby
j Chapter 20953, Acts of Florida Leg after week here.
I spending a loyal m n in the Standard Oil their uniforms again.

LUCKY JORDAN I I 't, uniform. They were loyal to you In the meantime other loyal
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withHELEN II I -they were loyal to us. men, who have been at their

WALKER i From where I sit. It was only natural that men in home posts, are upholding this
whom the quality of loyalty was service tradition under difficult I

I II inbred and cherished should respond and sometimes trying conditions.
Coming AttractionsWAKE Joe Marsh
I fy
1i' -i'I"A }, t i A in large numbers to the call Loyalty is that personal trait
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ISLAND i of their country. Hundreds of In individuals which makes a
HOLIDAY INN I .. home comfort- these stanch and faithful men Company great-and wins wars.
J p rves"-that's what Dan picks out the
ANDY HARDY'S DOUBLE UFE I O'N.m calls the Jumpy way ablest chair and pours himself t ,..' have exchanged
some folks react to the strain of tall, cool glass of beer. I I :
I their old Service
wartime living. Then he sips It-slowly uvl
--- ------- I 'Not that Dan blames 'em. appreciatively-like good bear .. : uniforms for the R+ ,,
When you work 12 hours a day should be enjoyed. STS SRD OIL COMPANY
News of Our BoysContinued and travel In crowded bussesAnd by the time that its of new uniform of JRATED IN KENTUCKY
I live in trailers and put up with beer ii gone,Dan say hit dUpo- greater service
Inconveniences only na r'tlon is a* good as new asdI
( from Page 1)) I tural to get tense and irritable1. the day's work seems well worth to Uncle Sam. r
in Pahokee says he has arrived II "Folk must learn to relax:," tackling again tomorrow.
safely In England where he L* servo says Dan, "and take It easy." It's a real effective formula. I .1
Ing with the United States Arm And Dan thinks he has the know; I've tried It!
Air Service Command as avlatlot formula. Soon as he's through 1'1"
mechanic. Bob says that he and at the shop he comes straight oroe .rvM.4(
army life are getting along fine anda
letter from all his friends in R 474 Q i .N4 g
i Okeechobee would be appreciated. No, 68 of a Seriei Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation

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The fall of Italy is glorious news-if we take it as the ican dollars that go into superior equipment, the less I
: end of round one instead of the finish of the fight. American blood is going to redden foreign soil.

It COULD mean home front defeat-if Americans '
It cost 46 million dollars to I lay Hamburg I low I It cost
start pulling their punches.
another 300 million to train, equip and transport the

crews and ready everything for the task. And Hamburg -
It COULD good to two major v
mean news our enema
is just one enemy city.
ies-if anybody takes it as a signal to slow up, let

down, or quit backing the war with everything they'vegot.
War Bonds must provide much of the money for the ;

bitter struggle yet ahead. You-not the fellow next ..1:

door-have personal responsibility to dig deeper ,
As a matter of fact, the long, hard march to Berlin a g
than is pleasant and convenient to make the third war
and Tokyo has just begun. If'you think it will be easy, "',

't if you think we can win this fight with one hand loan a success.

then you are wrong, dangerously wrong. .
It will be a success only if every American opens his
Before (he last shot is fired, a lot of lives are going to heart and his pocketbook and decides to BACK THE

be lost and a lot of billions spent. The more AmerATTACK.. 'i


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