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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 24, 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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.. ...OK IIOLDLUS tKGEI DISTRICT DEPUTY GRANDMASTER

_- t ....., \..wr .:. .!.1c'"ioI '-, ....LL CV,' I-NSriU'CIIONS Lions cib Civic; Clubs Willptu&sJr OF MASONS WILL Weekly DigestOf

IUU.INU; ; THEM: Ol> I BE HEKE MONDAY MGII1

[ .,.t I.'... ..:'..C"o&, ,' ,' ,I'.!"i) I, & ;iond; Auction at the Rationing i

: ire oval Ration tfyaid is lI1aWI The Okeechobee Lodge ol Masons

; holders of A Gilbert! IS preparin to entertain the
I h '.1 f yara 10113 for the Theatre Wed/ 'NightROY News From OPABlue
Me to.... .'::1 :" \ia. -!., .. \.;"'..... I u 4 CMS books to issue their reA District Deputy Grand Master,

.. Duciu. The present books are -- Wood Neely. at their meeting in
I>DR.U'GIION: NOW
NOTE-In the News about OkeeCioooe -. tiuauBli\ November 21st but An auction of 3rd War Bonds will I the hall Monday night. Mr. Nelly

: men In the armed service ..t leal !board expects to mall the \M1II :\TIIER FVUNITURE: i be held Jointly by the OkeechobeeI \ is from Lake Worth and this win stamps-R S and T good

last week we stated that Soollie: ('0. or PORT PIERCL until Sept. 20; U, V and W
gooduntil
10. ? books In plenty of time. I Lions Club and the Civic Club at t be his official visit to the local

Ellis had been dlX'harged from A.I holders of these gas books arc i the Gilbert Theatre next WednesI lodge for the year Oct. 20

'the army. We had the wrong information .. R ', LI, RtI+hon who has made his day night following the regular Refreshments will be served Red
quested to call at some ot the I to Stamps-X, Y and Z good
he has not ,been dis- Kinr) in Okeeclio'e' fir the 18
ai MI. nations and get the necet past i I show Immediately after the show the members and guests and all until Oct. 2.

barged from the. army. try blank to fill out for their "nts' IPCt'lltiJl'epted the position | the two clubs will offer prizes that Master Masons are Invited0 Brown
Stamps-A became valid
0 field
tu ',okl. All filling stations have ,1 representative In this ter are to be bought by the purcha''I attend. Due to the Illness of the
:.Mrs. E. E. RaUord: i:. lt< i t; i I" for the !Mather Furniture Co. September 12. B becomes valid
.1 supply of blanks and the local of bonds.K I Worshipful Master, W. R. Page, F.

i inter from hei ion recelPt// -.\lj win not mall the blanks, *o of Ft. Pierce. In a content with Each member cf the Lions ana ,, W Humphrey, pastmaster will pre September 19. Both expire Oct. 2.

i'ei. E. Htlford in which ...> at your filling station and get tli: other salesmen of that firm re Civic clubs will donate a prize that side at the meetingV Sugar Stamp No 14-Five pounds
i has arrived safely In England j I 'i-nUy he was high man In sales. ,
one. is to be auctioned off to the persons ---- -expires Oct. 31.

HP is the second ion of Mrs. Ral'l _. v ... Mr. Draughon moved to Okee bidding! the highest for bonds Sugar Stamps No. U and 16 -

oid that has arrived safely r-.obee! from Alabama and soon at In this way the tao clubs hope to War Situation Is Each good for five pounds for can
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with the American Ani.\ his arrival here
is /eiersi r accepted a po cl! enough bond to the county
I Judge ? put ning purposes; good until Oct. 31.

sltlon with the Meserve Hardware over the top In the 3rd Wari ; Shoe Stamp No. 18-Good until
:tau: : Serge,m Purnvsl Hargroveinied ,. :o .mv, which position he Affecting Florida
I he-lal Loan drive. Oct. 31.A6 .
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,0] i home hi t Pi Ida- and i- Criticizes 'SomeAgencies' ,1 most 18 years before going with I
I Due to Illness County Chairman I Gas Coupons-Good until!
spending this week here >uili h.1 tlier Furniture School
i Company. Attendance
I W R. Page has not been able to I i Nov. 21.Deadline.
pat i'nl. Mr. and Mrs W B. Iiar'vranes On another of -
of OPA page the Okeeliobee ,
take an active part In thin drive as -September 30-Last day
and family He will leave I New -
today Mather Furnl- he has done in all the past bona tor second tire Inspection: for A
'omorrow to return to camp at i Colin English I
re Company and Mr. Draughonhave sales but he calls on everyone to state superintend. bookholders.

(leenwood, Miss. I Federal Judge Bascim S De.1 vel' a message of special interestto be on hand for the yuctlon Wednesday ent 01 public instruction and Boyce Down Payments Reduced

LI Macon, Georgia. when asked to buyers of furniture. night and purchase all the I' A. Williams chairman of the Florl- '' The OPA has amended its rent
We learn that Corporal Earl Rat da Industrial '
:-as3 upon the constitutionality of ---V bonds they can as the county has Commission are making regulations to permit bona fide
.'>;'U Is now in Sicily where he IS
state-wide
drive
to
he rent control section of OPA Gilbert Culoreth and R. A. Bur, reached Its quota In all. the prevl a stop the I' purchases of hou.lesIth a down
I aped: with the< Air Force Ser'vice wholesale
migration of
diets t sharply criticized "some at- jess spent several days of this OilS drives and \\'e can't afford to school-age payment of 20 per cent Instead of

Squadron. These Service I '"des" which he said apparently week In Miami. fail to reach it this time. children to Jobs in conflict withFlorida's the previous 33 1/3 per cent I re
:squadrons' are used in taking over schools and child labor
regarded the Constitution an "out I quired. Tenants cuiilnue to be
,'nd repairing all equipment that .. -. -- --- "._ laws.
I cded Instrument protected under the requirement of
"i- captured by the army In the oc ri In Joint statements the two
He further said I agency
: I a three month's notice before eviction
'upied territories. heads said that their
Administration agencies have depart in a defense area, however.

0 .e:ome so numerous and govern a' I melits were exerting every effort to Originally the requirement of a
Willie Norris returned to Oke ; ate to
ClassifyBv
"?nt regulations so extensive 1' I put an end to the illegal employ. substantial down payment by a
after
- icbee Wednesday afternoon
'Jut courts, it is to be feared may I ment of children In Florida "which purchaser was made to prevent '
pending the past ten months with Is one of the of the I
' :radually yield to their unceasing Russell Kay causes estimated 'phony" sales where houses mightbe
.IP Army Air Forces at NapierF
nsistcnc and permit the rights of 1---- drop this year from an anticipated bought for small down paymentand
o'd: Alabama. H& says the Army 402000 students to 390-
-opla to be destroyed and subject I only for monthly payments far in
. not bad and that after being I 100." .
Hi 1' charged he rather missed the hem to control by regulation I Probably Ltd most constructive' matter at this time Is occasionedby excess .of legal monthly rent. It
They explained that the
hlcli result was never Intended bye and lar.ieaching legislation by the tIle fact that I last week Repre State was also aimed at preventing ten.
Army. I ,
I laws among other provisions,
0 1 Constitution 1) session was the so-called "House' tentative Joe C. Jenkins of Alachuaand re.1' ants from being forced to buy un.

Mrs Joe Pease received a letter 'It is easv for government agen. Pullosophy" sec.o.oj. the Appro.ia.UOI1 Butler Dowda of Putnam quire employers] hiring minors to' der threat of eviction

Wednesday from Joe In which he "1'<. some of which are apparently .;/ bill, which. If enacted Into I leaders of the fight for those re I have a certificate for each child :' Laundry Service ChangeA

. i I' s he bas recently been transfer- I opposed to any limitation of their .jw.. would have set up a rigid !! forms In the House filed a Circuit employed The certificates may be list of "frills" which laundries,

1 'rom Greenland to Iceland. p.-wer and are Impatient of all con -iidjftry control l of all Mate ex. Court suit In Tallahassee attackingthe I obtained from county school. suP.I / dry cleaners and linen supply es

o 0 0 utional: restrictions stated in the pen.itmes. done away with continuing g3\ernor's:: vetoe of the sectionof I i I eilntendents by the minor who I II tablishments may eliminate with.

Sheriff Conrad received a letter "(institution and then ((0, 'ridicule! appropilatlons.and given the the appropriations .bill requiring j I I must be accompanied by a parent j i out a reduction in their retailirlccVbaeannouncel'todz'b3'rtha

'; ,. week: ffojn tyi son. L. U Jrm :' Jifjflpaj( frt ,their pOWN" Pre af,, ...miiura amt'4ie, 'IJ !1C1'a.irnhr1l4'fHiote d\ taUea: *'f c4uuC'ij< >'of-'atatjH_or"TKe Kuard'n"--' ; *.Superintendence. .. .-.-iJ.' t
County
which h* says he has been sent ected: by them." check on how money was spent. expenditures. Jenkins was chair. | 1 1termines Office of Price Administration. "

> the Naval Training Station at C! cour e, this case will\ be taken Most of the "House Philosophy" man of the House appropriations that the employment Is 1 To consumers, it means that -
not to law In
contrary
1'iinbrldge, Md.: Ke lays he has al '-> the 3aprme Court. however was stricken from the bill committee.. issuing a such "frill" parts of a laundry
certificate, said. "Children
they
ids received his first pay from What the final verdict will be we v Governor Holland on the Comptrollr Lee, whom the vetoed service as the following may be discontinued '
I under 14 may not leave school to
she Navy. lo not know but we quote It here rounds that It would call for section would have charged with I :
work under any conditions, and
S 0 ":lure we are convinced many ,tally enlarged personnel In the ;:ecl>lng the accounts In the manner I I' Starching or sizing of any flat
I children 14 to 13 obtain
Alva Anderson Is In i-M'rtpt of ft"tw iv.ucratlc edicts of OPA In the wORiptroller's office. additional prescribed was made defendant to may emI work; providing more than one

Smn hit ion Jerry, who says csh rruit and Vegetable Indus. cosily mechanical equipment 1m- the suit and Jenkins and Dowda. I I plojment certificates only In cases i grade of starching for wearing ap.

h-u he 1 II now located in New :'v are equally! as unconstitutional posslole to secure at this time and who ,bring action In their own I of urgent need. )I parel or shirts; the use of shirt
I 'For work during out of school
hens net strenuous efforts should be manpower needed elsewhere. In right as citizens and taxpayers ask I I II' boards shirt envelopes, cellophane
hours or vacation periods except
0 m'de to"prove them so before it Is .ideation: no provision had been the court to compel him to comply t wrappings and tissue box linings;

Sergeant J, T. Hancock left last too late. made for the added expense Involv with the vetoed provisions. !I''' for agricultural or domestic work- retouching ot flat work, and sewingof
children: under 18 must have
seek to return to Hi* training The fact that the Supreme Court ed. They contend that Governor Hoi ; buttons on underwear and pajamas

' imp at Lake City after spending fused to hear the Souh Bend case .land exceeded his constitutional I a special employment certificate. .
As the passage of the measure Their combined school and workingtime
'
i-n diva hero oath Mrs, HancycKM rn a technicality may be pretty authority when he vetoed this and !More Fruit For Preserving;
,raw delayed until the last hours of cannot exceed eight hours a
| children. and evidence that the SupremeC other sections since the constitution 'I The amount of frozen and other
0 the session end not signed by the day.
curt does not want an OPA caso permits him to veto only itemsof I fruits which may be used for the
Sergeant George Relch-rt aritvfct governor until after adjournment "Minors over 16 are not compelled .
'o' ( come before them. appropriation or the entire b111I I production of Jams, Jellies, preser.
Okeechobee Tuesday from Fort .the legislature which had approved to attend school by law but
n All of which may be an Indtca. but not sections of it that containno I I yes and fruit butters has been Increased
FSi'iihln'! Ga and is 'pending this lie bi.l by a toie ot 33 to 1 in the I those between 16 and 18 must havean
ion that they. too. realize manyf Items of appropriation.They by the OPA as a part of a
('<>k here with his father. A J.Rpichert Senate and 84 to 6 in ,the House age certificate .before being employed '
these. Bureaucratic edicts are un.onstltutlonal further charge that the rea program to provide increased fruit
and sister. Miss ElUabetn had no opportunity to act on the ( except In agricultural or
sons given for vetoing such sections spreads to supplement butter. It is
the desired changes in "
vetoes and domestic work.
Reichert. .-_. -vCIIURCIiES --- -- were "Inaccurate, untrue a.nd ir. I Intended to encourage the con.
I lie method of handling State ex. Williams stated that six Inspect
OF CIIRI T, revelant and constitute no legal or sumptlon of bread.
"enclltuies became Ineifctive. I .
: ors of the Workman's Compensation

Civic Club Enjoys SCIENTISTREALITY" : I Through the practice of setting constitutionally" valid grounds for Division of his agency recent. Ceiling Prices on Grapes
such action. I I Fixed mark ups which grocers
the
up eintlulng appropriations various ly completed training in the en.
They contend that It would not will apply to determine top legal
is the subject of thee boards,, bureaus couunlssionsnd I forcement of the Child Labor law I
Picnic WednesdayThe I require any enlargement of person prices for grapes and apples were
; :Sermon which will be readn '. agencies cf State government and now were stationed throughout I{ ,
nel in the Comptroller's office nor I announced today by the Office of
Churches of Christ Scientist :rave: become less and less dependent the state. >
the use of additional machines and Price Administration. The mark up
t'I' :>Uihout the world on Sunday. on the legislature for funds and The chairman added that the In. :
Okeechobee Civic Club held that trained and experienced em. for grapes is 40 per cent over net
Septembre 26. 'heir expenditures are largely be dustrlal Commission, which was
Us regular luncheon Wednesday ployees now In the service could costs and that for apples Is 33 per
The Golden Text is: "Since the )cnd legislative control. given the task of administering the
afternoon at the Fulford ranch perform such work and that there I per cent. The markup for grapes is
beginning of the world men have Under the present system of accounting law by the past session of the leg.
'".nth west of town Is no additional expense necessary expected to result in the decrease
net heard. nor perceived by the I which lwnps al' expenditures islature would administer It vigor. I
The usual business session gave In such operations .of about 50 per cent in the retail
ear, neither hath eye seen, O together Into two items, "sal' ously; and Intelligently. "However,"
-ay to a feast of ribs and steak, I I Since It was clearly the leglsla I price of California grapes.
Trod beside thee what he hath aries" and 'necessary and regular he stated "the law Is broad enough
salad and swamp cabbage. All I I live purpose and Intent by over. Hog Ceiling Prices Fixed
i :repared for him that walteth for expenses", it Is almost impossible: to permit children to work when it
present agreed It was an enjoyable whelming majorities In both of the I Live hogs have ,been placed under
I :.m" (Isla. 64:4)': .c: either the legislature or the taxpayers Is necessary and when no harm will
'"' pnln well spent. I houses to require a more detailed dollars' and-cents ceilings effective
Among the citations which com. to check! where the money result." j
Besides the host and hostess. R. system of state accounting so as to I October 4, the OPA announced last
.
pritt the Lesson Sermon Is the tol.i Superintendent English urged !
A. Fulford and his wife others IrIXI.I enable both the legislature an the j week. This Is the first celling plac.
i. lowing from the Bible: "0 Lord, I Among the evils It encourages Is I parents to make every effort to I
"Tlns the pleasures were Z. K. public to keep a closer check on ed on livestock and has the approval
how manifold: are thy works! In I the employment of large numbers see that their children attend
Williams president of the club, his expenditures, the outcome of this of the War Food Adminis
wisdom hast thou made them all: c-f unnecessary employees 'oy beards "If children quit school to work I!
wife and daughter Mr\ A. W. Davis action will be watched with keen I tration. '
'he earth is full of thy riches. The bureaus and departments whose they are losing a priceless chanceto
secretary of the club. his wife and I Interest for it reopens battle of i i t ceiling of $14.75 per hundred
Tlory: of the Lord shall endure for.cr principle duty Is to travel the State help in the war effort he said. 1' ,
daugh'er, Shirley Dr Dudley ani long standing of the People against I pounds in Chicago will be the base
-.' : The Lord shall rejoice In his i at the tax payers' expense promotI "The nation's greatest need today :
wife and son Jimmie Miss Beatrice j entrenched Bureaucracy.V .I I price In the new regulation, although 4
I -orks" Ps.. 104:24: 311.I I I ling the welfare of the bureau chief is for persons who are at least high
Preseott." Mr and Mrs. C. H. Par 1 --V the ceiling price at Moul.
I The Lesson-Sermon also includes. serve, or lobby lor legislation school graduates." English stressed
.1 I they Clerk of the
Raulerson
R. for
kerson and daughter Miss June i trle, Georgia, the key market
AI'I i the fallowing passage from the I designed to enlarge the bureau's Court carried to the i the seriousness of the problem by
German Mr. Leo Oreenberger Circuit was I Florida and Georgia is $14.35 per
Christian Science textbook. "Scl- | of operations to give It morei 'pointing out that approximately
I,I scope Wednesday
Turzenbach. Mr Done Dn1.i'r1 s Fort Pierce hospital hundred.
Hsal'h with Key to the' and I 12,000 Florida students who shouldbe
: ce ar.d i power, mere money more con. from stomach ail
Marjorie Coker. Mr. and Mrs RoyDraughon I night suffering a I. I V
Mary Baker Eddy: enrolled In the high schools this
j Scripture by trol.
Mr. iM Mrs. C. MviVianw ment. As we go to press we learn '
E'ernal things fveretles) are God's i The comlnglln'g of all expense, I! year have dropped out of school B. K. Padgett left Monday for
!! Mr S. R. Ralfsnider. Mr. that he Is improving.
thoughts as they exist in the splr. except salaries. under the single since the war began. Wildwood and Jacksonville where
Hubert Johnson and son, Mr. and '
1'ual; realm: of the real. Temporal I, classification of "necessary and regular "School schedules are rearranged he Is spending the week with his
McCain Mis' Jean lye
Mrs Ches
for
Gems Scrapbook
j of mortals multitude of your "' he that I sons. .
Raulerson Rev. n4 Mrs. Howell things are the thought expense" covers a FRATERNITY when necessary, said "so

and daughters !.Tr, C. A Fulford. and the unreal being' the opt'I I sins and makes It possible to hide, students may do their part In the I '

Miss Ruth Fu'r'/rd M* Wayne I site of the real or the spiritual and large sums paid out to political l' We are members of one great war program when emergencies de. terference with their studies.

r-ti'ord. e'ernal" (p. 337.24-28): I stooges whQ are charged with the 1. body planted by nature In a mutual 1 velop such as when perishablecrops i Both men requested that employ.

V : V task of building or mending politl- love and fitted for a social life, must be harvested. en familiarize themselves with the

Lawrence Stewart who Is employed i Mr. and Mrs. Kit Bowden an lcal L I| fences and advancing the In. 1 -Senaca. "School programs also are being full laws governing the employmentof

lnt Miami lent! several dayr,. 1,1/90''') soda Kay and Paul Howardf"Of terests of the governmental agency I The race of mankind would perish adjusted to permit those who need minors both for their own pro.

last week In Okeechotx with 14XeSteuart Clewlston, spent Sunday ITO' II j they serve I did they cease to aid each oth. 'to work'part time In non hazardous;' lectionand for- the protection of

.' .. '. : echobee. .-.' '* The reason for reviewing th I er. Walter Scott. occupations to do so without In. Florida' children. fRlbt.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR : I 81. T
(Jhl'l'dl1hl'l'dt5! r TAX DEED The assessment el said property : UNCLE SAM

Lags of 1935 under said Certificate: issued was In
Published Every FrIday by the
the name ot Unknown.
Okeochobee News Co., at Okeecho- Notice U hereby fton that K. B.
bw, Okeechobee County Florid. I, Unless said Certificate shall be
etello holder of Tu Cert fkte No.
,--- ---- I 339 and 840, Issued the 7th day Of reucemed! according to law. property -lit NEEDSHELP
BRYANT BOWDEN!: __SdtoT- July A. D. 1941, DM filed same In described. therein shall be sold
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Entered M second claM matter 1 my office; has made application to the highest bidder /B.L tile Court
July 1. 1914. at the Post Office In house door on the first Monday in
I for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon
Okeeehobce, Florida under the the month of October, IMS wUohU YOUR !
I Slid! Certificate embraces the
Act of March 8, 1879.817f39CRiPTION. the 4th day of October. IMS.
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described! in the
-- following property Dated this 2nd day of 8epMm_.
RATE: I II
i County (,f Oketcliobtt- Stage' of 1943.
One rear In advance S2.00I American to
I asks
Our government every
Florida to wit
I! months In advance 1.00 ROY R. RAULERSONSeal :
Three months In advance .. 75 N 91 acre ot NTO4 at 8W111 Bad ( ) Clerk Circuit Court of conserve critical: material and manpowerin
I' WH of 6WU. Bee. 10, Twp. M Rp.! Okeechoee County Florida a nationwide conservation program.
notices In local columns
Readln considerable savings
You can make possible
10 cent a line Rates for c'l'! play .
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in lighting and other uses of electricity -
advertising furnished on application -
Classified advertising. 2 cents which will conserve needed materials
each word per Insertion. All Items From where I without lowering margins of safety or essential I
regarding enterprises conducted for sit. e use. :
profit' are chargeable at -dvertlslnfrates.

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Advertising bills are payable on 6y Joe Marsh Dimout I
the first of each month. Parties
unknown to publishers required to f .. _. ,
Py In advance 1-

-- .. -- At Jeb CrowelTs the other day, of luxurles-ITke air-conditioned' ,
--- - -- ---- we were bavin a glass of beeror houses and television. Regulationshave
two and talkin' about the "lint what really will shape tomorro"8 "
moeamat k11A kind of world there'd be when world what goes oa .
"
.,. .Tara Peace came. In men's own hearts like totcrauce not been changed !in any respect and
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"Hear have transAtlantic and understanding.
they'll :
airplanes flyln' regular as And from where I sit, Doc's will continue to be your guide in all ID-
U 666LtouU taxi service," says Ed Carey. right. Whether It's tolerance of stances.: However in the interests of conservation

UaUrol BymptonM "Yep" says Will Frost, "and another's politics or respect fora you can do these things voluntarily
(or television and plastic cars and neighbor's right to enjoy a
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sir-conditioned homes and glass of beer occasionally, tolerance -
euper-duper highways." is a mighty good foundation
/rL. JBPPCRr OUR BOIL"
.; Finally, Doc Mitchell chimes for a peacetime world 1. ELIMINATE DAYLIGHT ILLUMINATION if
."" rop THAT JO _
In. "You know," he says, "we're
NCJVftAR'S P m.' talkin' about the future in terms 80e tJ'W( Indoor aid outdoor advertising, prom-

"WA P64NOf "k r tlonal and display signs; show windows

_. No. 69 of a Series Copyright, 793. Brewing. Industry FotaUttionPOSTED which provide MO ..sentlallnterlor Illanl-
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L'i" '", nation; marquee and building entrance

=-:;:; signs; outdoor business establishments.
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decorative and ornamental lightingand

T5 decorative flood lighting. Redact
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under Dimout Regulations but In M ease

E. .r.. 'I. =-3== for ai Interval of more than two oun.

:; 'u :i{.r.; .E..cr..p..s..s.15 ING I. Turn off lights when not actually needed

or when establishment is not open for

business, except for lighting necessaryfor

protection.But .


DO NOT curtail necessary military,
---. = aviation and police: lighting essential to
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: !=='!Ig and safety; plant protection transportation
and production Outdoor
l= ; purposes.
recreational activities are considered: essential
for wartime morale and lighting for

It will not be long now until the hunting = such purposes should not be discouraged.
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NOTICE- I I I I NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW FICTITIOUS Puts No out blasts the oair lights or whereby fire of we sun run I r---." -=. -.' .' .,-..-,, ,..:.- .. .. ,.' r- e...... ,-." ......". -..dl.U'.t., ..-.myr ,-.'...... ._... .. .__'...,"., _. ,. .. _. _

WHEREAS It has become necea- I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: With girded loins our lampllt I II'
eary to Increase the School Budgetfor I race '
he year 1943-44 two mills In'' Notice Is hereby given that the I 1 And each from each takes heart:.' ; You Take: No Chances When I
excess of that levied for the year undersigned Intend to register the of grace I .
1942 43, and that the revenue to be 1 fictitious name of "EL ZlANCHO And spirit till his turn be done ,
derived from ad valorem taxes for j LA ESPERANZA" as provided by I -Swinburne.Every 1 : You Trade With MATHER! I II' Ir
the year 1943 44 will'be In excess of that for the year 1942 43, notice Is i Islaturo of 1941. hereby given that a public meetingof Oalnes P. Wilson work of the world: by so much '
all persons Interested will be N. K. DickersonE. vermore the strength of the hu ::
held In the office of the County C. Roth man race has gained. Every Customer Is Given a
Superintendent I nth e County Robert N. TrImble. Jr. Ruskin 1
Court House In the City of Oke.
chobee Florida on the 23rd day of'' --- -
September, 1943 at the hour of I ri Written Guarantee Against 1
10( ;00 A. M. I

budget The herein proposed set Increase out will be In fully the!! DRAFT MISFORTUNE I IIn In

I I explained and the necessity for they U!
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I same. All persons will be given an .
opportunity to Inquire Into any end '1 I I
all matters concerning the p-oposed'' i' the event of Draft-should If through misfortune the

Increase of said budget. : L LSer1i.a i purchaser be called into the customer is unable to continue I
H H. HANCOCK, i
i ti armed forces he can return mer- "" I
County Superintendent. chandise and he will be refund- the payments, he shall rec

-- --V ........... _# .-: : 1 I I't'i ed one-half of all the monies tain goods to the full value of

: ;i H& i I paid subject to small charge for the amount paid, subject to a "
f/1 ,t2Jak3ary 'WU" I t'11....."'* .. : ,'. ,,
"if : t .- [cj I delivery and bookkeeping. charge for cartage and use.
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other enemy that must be subdued I[ : ':: 2, '-. -_ -" '----;;;,..- .; : .... '-::;;' IE. purchaser, a full receipt for the supplied destroyed
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I r The railroads America are backing Industry to the limit In the war. : ALL OF THE ABOVE SUBJECT TO THE DUE PERFORMANCE
of product tn.: Onl.\ the close coordination horn of a common nm" .e
could remit in till' c"e"r"orll'nRr achievement of transportation andImiiihlry :. AND OBSERVANCE BY THE PURCHASER OF THE STIPULATION !

I J'or many since>ellr the war the 1',1 lieftun./ inl H>.''I'I Ipeiidencc "y !h,,i" rrrogu4"d' ) the Intercleit' : HIS PART IN THE PURCHASING CONTRACT.
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tint, th,' will1ire of I' .,,', 1/"""i '1.!.i.' )I' "'> icrlty ol in I
*. I ISo jiatrottN, the Seaboard ....1 vc. t' ,," over a IOIIK period of time fcr ALL SOLD ON THE EASIEST TERMS THE LAW ALLOWSAHEIiT ;
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for the cuoiioin'c. dl'\t.j"I'; I. 11.0" mi ti"ii''lory II iicrveb.IH
--., .. The Seaboard's, Intetv.i\ \,"I\ In .I I Hi'\. !cntlon of new plants "'
the "Lister Bag" more often ': It is equally concerned' : hi. t t.: <" ( i .. n1'' diistrj served l b) Its "f -- 1 1f
called the "water camel" or Just 1.1111'.111 policy! Is to proId "'It""I1": i r\lee iiiul to ad.iust the freight
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"camel," Is used. The "Lister Bag" rate on raw material, and llnlsl d products[ to enahle these iiidustriei
Is a khaki colored canvas bag hav to compete with siniiliir iiuluslelsew tr us wi. ler located In the South or f; TPIERCE
Ing a capacity of about 30 gallons.] here. !
It will require many War Bonds Remarkable progrem has liecn nmd In the Industrial. development
to :I of the South In recentcnr'. l'n nrut indications point to further
provide enough "camels" fur our |
I expansion In the post-war period
fighting forces at, home and abroad. I I Seaboard will work In the future -as la the past-as Partner GOOD AND BAD FURNITURE !
Yours too! "Ca '!It the attack:: with I
War Ronny." t; .q I., /Sun Drrn. ,m'wr JVlth IndustryMCI \

---V 9 J : ; tOY DRAUGHON, Local Representative Phone 66-4

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Gilbert Theatre Truck Deliveries ,, any retail deliveries, except ice, products may be made. Similarly. I kegs are permitted.Two I
I j I milk or cream on Sundays. three deliveries are the retail deliveries a week may be FOR
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i[i "The necessity for this action has maximum for bread and perishable I I, made bv laundries, dry cleaners, ifs .
Okeechob Being Curtailed been carefully weighed In the light':, bakery products, but six wholesale I and tailors, while the wholesale Payroll eatings is lilt-

I of ODT's prime responsibility to deliveries are permlifd. I limit on such services is five de. I our grculcfet eiuplufa v.
Friday & Saturday protect and maintain the domestic I; liveries. I ..."r in prulcctiiij
Washington, Sept. 18-Director transportation facilities essential to ; Only one delivery a week of malt I v I ourscl.tt against inflation -
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DOUBLE FKATORB Joseph B, Eastman of the Office of the successful prosecution of the beverages may be made to consumers. \ &iJ
,IoST-3 Ration Books this week.
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Defense Transportation Wednesday The same limit is placed on
war and current conditions in the
ordered a sharp curtailment of all i bottled malt beverages at wholesale 1 Finder please return to Thos. H -----V
field of motor transport, Eastman
JOSEPH COTTON retail and wholesale truck deliver, said. but two deliveries of beer or ale In Harden East Okeechobee. News ads are profitable.

COSTELLOin ies in the country, effective at 12,01 .. I
DOLORES .
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a. m. Monday October 11. I I
of alcoholic beverages, tobacco,
The restrictions will extend to the I
confectioneries, soft drinks and
"MAGNIFICENTAMBERSONS" rest of the nation the limitationson other non-alcoholic beverages are 'j THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
\the frequency of deliveries
cut to once a week. The same limitation I'
which have been in effect since
is placed on ice cream, sher-
last spring in the Northeastern
DISNEY CARTOON AND NEWS "gasoline Shortage" area. berts or Ices, magazine and pen. I
odlcals, and cut flowers j
The order Includes a ban on the
HOPALONO CASSIDY I A maximum of three deliveries ,
retail delivery of any package! that '
\ a week Is permitted for fresh or ,
-in"OUTLAWS- weighs less than five pounds or
I frozen meat poultry, eggs fruits,
measuring 60 Inches In length and '
OF THE vegetables, fish and shell fish but r rII
girth combined. It also prohibits
I five wholesale deliveries of these
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-a.nd- 1 1I 1I I I The more I read about it, Judge, the more I for airplane windshields and instrument covers

IDA LUPINO I realize the tactics and requirements of this war to make lacquers used in camouflaging

I are as different from the one 1 fought in 25 equipment and as a base for synthetic rubber
Also: A SPORTMQTH night is from day." needed for masks
years ago as tires gas paratroop equip-
I "Yes, and I can give you an example of ment and dozens of other things.

Coming Attractions how true that is, Fred. In World War I the "Every time I think of it, Fred, I realize
I chief uses of alcohol produced for war purposes how fortunate we were in having a beverage
I were found in smokeless powder, medi- distilling industry in existence when war
4NDY HARDY'S DOUBLE LIFE n cal supplies and chemical warfare materials.In broke out .ready and willing to convert

MAJOR AND THE MINOR this war the need for this product is far 100% to the production of this critically
more vital because it is also used as a fuel to needed war product. I'm mighty sure bootleggers
HOLIDAY INN I propel torpedoes, to make shatterproof glass wouldn't have."

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MOST YOU CAN BUY is THE LEAST YOU CAN DO ACUerU emeilt-' -- ------
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Old Age Pensions C ;fajjicolu>Uc Btmaft tndiatrul, leaI .
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sweet-thn.;: balm- of Oilead, '

Are IncreasedTallahassee richer than the diamonds of Gol-'., ""'- .,.. ... .
conda, dear as the friendship of

those we love are Justice, frater. -
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Sept. pity, and Christian charity. f .$. br"t ,
Holland, discussing the State's gen. \ / .
-Mary Baker Eddy. .
eral financial condition which he
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said was "strong" Tuesday announced I I I I \

that old age pension pay. 1 r
ment increases averaging $6.40 a 'Wdk '
month had been granted to 1.899 'W1ud'lB"If
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recipients during August.He .
\VfBONDS
also pointed to these favor.

able details of the financial picture "

: Powder Monkey

1. The State school teachers' sal.
I h
ary fund payment of $1.362,887 for On board ship and In the artillery \
September will !toe paid when due I their buddies call them "powder ;
monkeys." Not disrespectful, Just a '
Wednesday. I personal, Intimate term between <\ .:.:. t'w
2. "It is now certain that the balance friends. Civilians call them gun .;;...'olo..r't' $

cf $4,200 remaining to be paid crews. During a battle the crews of ''"'
to counties" on the deficit sustain. "powder monkeys" must work like

ed by loss of horse race taxes last trojans bringing the ammunition to >c 'e

year "definitely will be paid this the guns ? When you have to wait

month:'" in line at our ticket window
3. The financial situation
general
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Is strong. On Sept. 1, after I : A to, ..
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paying salaries we had $1.069.00 In ..... '
the general revenue fund, and it 1

now appears quite certain we will
stay in the black throughout the \

period ending in November whenwe Jim hasAnother

customarily have great difficul \
ties." { jlThe r
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The governor said that the num.

ber of old age pensions to draw big.per = Job \t

checks "will be vastly greater 1
gun may !fire an anti aircraft
this month," since the work of .50 calibre shell or a broadside from

setting up higher schedules haseasing the 16 inch guns of a great battleship rk' +ro + --
into full force. I assume but in either event the "pow Jim used to be a ticket seller at one of our
the Welfare Board handled der monkey" must pall millions of
the ;
dollars' worth of ammunition to ;, -- Florida East Coast Railway stations. He was
most neccesltious first.
cases We
are working toward an overall make savings the in War gun Bonds effective are, necessary and your 1 "+ .- pleasant, had years of experience, could figure

average pension Increase of $4 per to supply the !financial ammunitionthat fares and sell tickets like a breeze.

month..... provides the U.S.shells Trnnn Dtetrlminl, !I I But today, Jim and a lot of other experienced I

men who once worked for the Florida East Coast

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I. Railway have another job. They are serving in the

t I Army, Navy, Coast Guard and Marines.
YOUR TIRES NEED
RECAPPINGHave
When lines form at our ticket windows and you

\ have difficulty in getting the busy ticket office on

I the phone, it may not occur to you that we are
them recapped by HUMPHRIES Fort \
at
doing our best to remedy this situation.It .
Pierce in one of the South's finest plants. We
has become almost impossible to obtain experienced
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are now operating twenty-four hours daily and
give much ', ticket sellers to take the place of those who
can more prompt service. There is to I '

bo a SERIOUS SHORTAGE of new truck and have gone, or secure the many extra ones needed. .

passenger tires during the next four months and Many months are required to train inexperienced

grade III tires are about all gone. When your } men and women for this complicated type of worl,<. .

tires become smooth, have them recapped at This is just one of the many difficulties which

once We have plenty of recapping rubber. a railroad, like other types of business, must meet

during wartime. We ask your patience and indulgence

should it cause you inconvenience.


Humphries Tire & Retreading Co. 1\ if \i JJ

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SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE 139 .. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY _

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