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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: October 8, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volue 29-Number 16 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday October 8, 1943 Price Five Cents

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News Of Our Boys LIEUTENANT UIIITEIIUR COMMANDER ASSIGNED BY I Edgar G. HamiltonIn **>CANDIDATE -FOR CONGRESS]I, DOMER'S:TO CLOSE MACHINE JANUARY SHOP 1ST I I Funeral Services

N\\Y TO PACIFIC DUTY AFER 18 YEARS ACTIVITYV

. In Various Camps I Congerss i ion a I I! Were ConductedFor

DeLand; Oct. 4-(FNS)-Francis )I J. Domet, owner of Domer's

At Home & P. Whitehall-, runner up In the Machine Shop -will retire from "
Abroad last gubernatorial campaign received Race For 6th Dist. business in Okeechobee and close W. R. Page

a promotion from the Navy his shop by January I, It will require -

Russell Domer has been transferred Department to the rank of lleuten I that length of time to catch

from Ellington field Texas to ant-commander Edgar O Hamilton of West Palm 2- 41; up on the work he now has in the w. R. Page passed away at. his

Harlington Field In the same state Following his graduation from Beach familiarly known to his shop, and for that reason according ( home here Monday morning at

He is attending Gunnery School the School of Military Governmentat many friends as Ed formally opens t w l to an advertisement elsewherein : 7.30 7: after an illness of several i
the for the Democratic He
race nomination months. developed a throat
Columbia University last June this issue of the News he will
Sergeant J. D. Wilson writes his Whitehair served as an Instructoron ( for Congressman from the not be able to accept any further trouble early this year and in

parents from Frederick, Oklahoma the subject of Naval law. He newly created Sixth Congressional work from this date Mr. Domer has June his condltio was such that
I District, which Includes this county he went to where he
certain.I Tampa
that handles"
"long would
then been in
served on active sea duty in business her for 18 years.
:.v feel good to him up there in 1 the Atlantic. with the announcement today of On advise of his physician he de. had X Ray plstures made and they

that cold climate He also asks : Whitehair left last week for an his candidacy.Mr aided to close and offer the business showed the trouble was caused I

them to bundle up several copies,I a signment In the Pacific area. Hamilton has been prominently for sale.Public from a cancer at the bottom of his

of !the Okeechobee News and sendto y-- mentioned as a prominent : V throat.
I
him candidate since the creation of the He returned to Tampa where he

.' Donald G. BarberCommissioned District at the last session of the is Asked to underwent six weeks of treatment

The Okeechobee News is in re- legislature and is the first to for before returning home in late

celpt of a news release from Lowry i,i In mally announce He ran third ina Join In Local August. After his return home he

Field Texas which states that El. field of five In 1942 from pie old continued to lose weight and. go

llott Lott has been enrolled therea : Fourth District. That field Includ. down but did not go to bed until

a permanent student In the Ar Army Air Corps ed the incumbent Rep. Pat Can EDGAR G. IUMITON Cemetery CleanupCounty about two weeks before his death.

mament Department. He entered non of Miami, and Hon B. F. -- His condition continued to grow

the service October 16 1941 and Pat of West Palm Beach a strong I Co. Commissioners worse and Saturday afternoon it
and City officials
was sent to Camp Blandlng and Moody Field, Oa. Oct 2-Former candidate for gevernor in 1940 I seeing I was evident that he could not last
the need of doing something about
>\dS later transferred to Bermuda i Aviation Cadet Donald Q Barber. Mr. Hamilton is a lawyer and much longer
I the sad condition of our local Evergreen
Islands where he served 10 months. son of Mr. and Mrs. J L. Barber also operates a farm and citrus Transact BusinessIn Mr. Page was born in Rockford

Elliott is now rated as a corporal I I of Okeechobee, was recently graduated grove He has for several years I weeds cemetery and which bushes is and overgrownwith Is Ill, February 13, 1887 and would

i I from the Army Air Forces been Interested in the cattle bus SessionThe an have been 57 years old his next
Regular
to the whole
Pilot School at Moody Field, Ga., nes, in this state and is currently eyesore community; birthday.
Pharmacists Mate Marvin Wilson I
are asking the citizens to Join in a
and commissioned( a Second Lieu developing a considerable He moved with Mrs. Page to
iltes from a United States de i I acreagein clean up of these premises and
-.trover that he is getting along fine tenant with the rating of Army the south end of Palm Beach Board (of Comm Commis have set aside Wednesdoy Oct. 20, Okeechobee in 1924 and built

iind say please go to church\ every pilot. County and North end of Broward sloner; of Okeechobee County Flor as "Cemetery Cleaning Day." They Page's Auto Camp which he operated -

opportunity, as he has a Job to help The graduating class heard a County as a cattle ranch. Ida, met in regular session on are asking every citizen to Join in until his death being one of

rich and couldn't get to a church. veteran of the South Pacific Thea He recognizes the advantages of Monday. October 4. 1943 at 10:00: and help put the property in good the pioneers in the Tourist Camp

tre of Operations speak on his experiences this district and is, likewise\ aware A M. condition business in this state.

Corp. Reuben Lanier arrived as the pilot of a B-26 of its problems. He envisions\ for Present were: Chairman C. E. The Board of County Commis Mr. Page was Worshipful Masterof

here Saturday afternoon and spent medium bomber which he flew I the district a tremendous develop Drawdy Commissioners Ernest property from the City of Okee- the Okeechobee Lodge of Ma.
principally on minimum altitude Hilliard. R Bass. B. C Swain member the Eastern
ment and a great future. E. sons a of
several with his Mr.
days parents chobce and future will hire a full
bombing missions for 19 months In and W. F. Walker Attorney Miami Lodge Elks
end Mrs. M. E. Lanier at their Mr Hamilton points out the County time caretaker for the cemeterysof Stars of Chapter

home Just across the Kissimmee operations around Munda. growth and development of the va T. W. Conely, Jr, Clerk Roy R. the county and believe if the and Commandry at Fort Pierce

River. I I The speaker, 24 year old Lt. Russell rlous communities in this district Raulerson and Sheriff L L. Con Egypt Temple Shrine Tampa
public will join in and help to
Glassel of Chicago. Ill, Is a in the past few years and calls PresIdent of the City Council and
I'I rad.The clean up the cemetery, the care
holder of the Distinguished Flying attention to the reources of the Financial statement showing Okeechobee Civic Club and was
Private E M Robinson arrived taker can keep it in good shape at
Cross and now a member of the district in support of his prediction balances a, of September 30 1943, very active in all civic and fraternal -
home last Friday afternoon andis all times. Please remember the
faculty of the Army Air Forces for greater things to come. was presented as follows: I affairs of the city and county.He .
spending a short furlough herewith date Wednesday, October 20, and
School of applied tactics at Orlando Ed Hamilton is 33 years of age General Fund $ 29432 was burled with full Masonic
his mother and family. After be there to do your part. If youcan't
Fla bom in Abbeville Georgia and Fine and For Fund 1.17598 honors and a group of members of
Ills Induction into the Army he possibly be there then send
I I
The graduation guest was introduced has been a resident of West Palm Road & Bridge Fund .... 39694 the Commandry from here and
was sent to California and placed someone in your place.H.
to the new officers by Col Beach for the past 19 years. He Agricultural( Fund" 147.91 Fort Pierce formed a' guard of honor -
In training with the Medical De.I, H RAULERSON Mayor
I I H. F Muenter, Commanding officer ha practiced law in the Floridaan.dPedfralCourts. Mothers Pension Fund .......... 11.20O.1.l at the funeral
tachment Later he wad transfer City of Okeechoboe
of Moody Field who vvjsht i I ,them tot Landing IndebtednessFund ... ,F>in | ffrvlcoa were eenductsd
red to ("'rollna Peich, NYreUi Car I Iollna. : \! nearfct.JJ.years Wt1'- ; k .*, CJ[ ;r'L>aAVDYi Chairman i ;IA'
and preentedtletlt'wltlf| .. ...... .. .
\' Oodspeed and he is admitted to prac- 864.12 in the presence of a large crowdat
He has recently been transferred Board of Co. Commlsloners
their long awaited wings. tice in the United States Supreme Publicity Fund .... ........ .80 the Methodist church yesterday
to Jacksonville Beach where'he V
is now stationed. At a review and retreat ceremony Court 1936 Tax Adj. Fund .. 875 HENRY WALKER Jr., AND afternoon at 2 p. M. with. Rev. W.

I II held the previous afternoon a sa. He Is a member of the Northwood I Race Track Fund 1236667 JOHNNIE JENKINS ENTERED R Howell pastor, in charge and
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Mr. and Mrs J. F. Bond are in I' bre was presented to the outstanding Baptist Church the Clvitian Club Jail Repair Fund 65.83 THE U. S. NAVY THIS WEEK burial followed in the Ok"' oliobee

receipt of a letter from their son j member of the class. selectedon of West Palm Beach, the Elks and Court House Rep Fund 18.75 cemetery.

Earl, hi which he states that he''I the ba-is ol his ground school of the Palm Beach County, State I 1940 Oen. Refunding Fund 7108.16 Henry Walker Jr., and Johnnie He is survived by the widow,

is now located In Sicily and Is getting I record his lying proficiency and and American Bar Associations.Mr. Withholding Tax Fund 33.80 Jenkins left here Tuesday for MI. Mrs W R Page of Okeechobee,

along fine He ha., been over his officer fitness. Hamilton has long been In ami where they enlisted In the and one brother, Charlie Page of
'I t The colorful graduation ceremonywas work and has Total 322493.83
was about a 3 ear. terested in youth United States Navy After their enlistment Rockford Ill, and many friends
witnessed by friends and relatives member the Advisory Marks and Brandsfor
served as a of Report (of they were sent north for here and other places to mourn

Maurice J Raulerson returned to of the graduates and Includ. Board of the Palm Beach Junior District No 4 was received and their boot training his death.

'he Army training camp at Fort ed a parade of the United Nations College and as a member of ordered filed In the office of the These are only two of the many The pall bearers were S R. Ralf. 1

Benning Oa., the first of the flags foolowlng the swearing In the board of directors of the Boy's Clerk of the Circuit Court. local boys entering the U S. Navy. snider M. C. Pitts Z. K. Williams

week after spending a short furlough ceremony for the new pilotsWOMEN Club, and is now serving as chair I Uponreceipt of the following V Albert Berka F. F. Burr and A.

with his parents, Mr and I V of the Honor Court of the Boy I Road petition the Board appointed W Davis
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Maurice Raulerson at Basln : INTERESTED ARE Scouts of America. He is past presIdent -I R. E. Willis J. O Pearce and J. L V
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ger. I URGED TO MEET AT TUB and life member of the Palm Morgan as viewers to act without WILSON FAMILY HELD
I wish to -
express my deep appreciation
COUNTY CANNING KITCHEN Beach County Athletic Assoclatlon I' cost to the County, and Instructedthe REUNION THIS SUMMER
and thanks to the many
Milton Rhoden arrived home the and is now serving as secretary Clerk to notify them according IN CHATTANOOGA TENN.
friends of my late husband and
first of the week and Is spending treasurer of the Florida Dls. ly. -a
There will be a meeting at the myself for their many kind
twelve days here with his parents diet of Civilian International anda ROAD PETITION E J, Wilson returned to his home
county canning kitchen located I nesses shown us during the Illness
Mr. and Mrs John Rhoden and membe of the West Palm Beach To the Honorable Board of County here last week after spending a
Just back of the county jail Frl and death of my husband. I want !I
family. Milton is now stationed at Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Commissioners of Okeechobee month visiting friends and relatives
day afternoon October 15 at 3:00: to especially thank them for the I
Camp Stewart, Ga. County. Florida: I' in Chattanooga Tenn. While
clock. Miss Francis Houchardwill beautiful
o Mr. Hamilton Is married and has We the undersigned citizens o' flowersMRS there the Wilson family held a
be in Okeechobee October 11 W R. PAGE'V '
Corp. Lawrence McCarthy who two sons. David Jan age 7, and Okeechobee County Florida being family reunion of three brothers
October 16, and she hasI
is stationed at Bartow spent yester ( through Glenn age 4. freeholders living in the vicinity of and one sister.

day In Okeechobee visiting his uncle I called this meeting. All Interested Mr. Hamilton states: the road hereby sought to be establlshed. News printing satisfies.funds One of the Wilson brothers had

and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. D i in canning are asked to attend. "Our people have the ability. the do petition your honorable not seen the other members of
The following( subjects will be discussed -
McCarthy. : courage the determination and the body to establish. a public road as are available: the Wilson family for( thirty two

1 1 j vision necessary for l'gressourcountry ( follows: years.

Pfc Geo. E. Constable of Avon'! Canning meat, preservation of has the natural resources- Beginning at a point on the Raulerson GENERAL Dept. Store FUND Mr. Wilson's brother J. H WIl.

Park, Is spending this week here I vegetables ,by salting brining and climate, fertile soil good roads, ander line intersects same and Supplies. CH. ....... ..............520 son, of Little Rock Ark, and a sis
wife. dehydrating Bring your canning railroads. air fields and westerly along the said Han
with his waterways run of Okeechobee, waterC. ter, Mrs J, M. Carr of Chattanooga
1: problems to the meeting. There We have demonstrated : cock Meander line a distance of t4 City
other advantages. and sister in-law Mrs Cin.I -
H and Jail Sept....,........ 13.50Mason's ,
Herbert Nix arrived in Okeechobee will 'ibe someone there to assist you. our possibilities In the past. mile in Sections 31 and 32. Twp Ice Ice I this Franklin Warren of Ft. Payne,
1 Delivery I
Sunday and is spending a twelve Miss Houchard Is asking that One of the counties In the districtis 37 S Range 35 E Coupon Books ".................. 2.90 I ICItizen's I Ala., returned to Okeechobee with
day furlough here with his parents I anyone with extra pots and pansor the Nnumber Dne vegetable C. A- Fulford Bank of Stuart Insurance i i I Mr. Wilson and are spending some

Mr. and Mrs. T H. Nix Herbert is other kitchen equipment which producing county In the Unled Randall Fulford time here with the Wilson family
Payment ... ............ 40424 !i I
now stationed at the Naval. Train they nlll give to the kitchen, to States. Others of our counties are J. O Wolff V
Tel & Tel.
at Norfolk. Va. bring them Friday. If you have a in the cattle business and James Davis Inter County !
Station leaders
Ing MARTINEZCAREYMiss
Tel. Co. J & Jail ......... 16.81
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1 sealer which has broken( parts all are Interested In agricultureand Annie Davis
State Turb. San.,
Bass received a letter bring It to the kitchen as arrange livestock Nowhere Is finer citrus Ada SmithJ. Hosp.
Mrs Angle lavlnla of
Oarey. daughter
B. Galnous, Oct. ... ........ 31.60
last week from her son Ser. meats have been made to have produced Our fishing Industry H Walker, Jr," ROAD& BRIDGE FUNDS. Mrs Sue Garey, and Oliver Mar'

Bass, in which he says sealers repaired Even If you have employment for hundredsof I
of
geant Ray provides A Hair Road Work tlnez, eldest 'son Mr. and Mrs
of the Post only parts of a sealer bring the who are doing their motion by Commissioner
send his mail in care our citizens Upon Dlst No.1. .... ..... .............. 4.50 C. A Martinez were married In
master. New York City He has parts as these are in demand. part to help feed the nation. Wtf Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner Moorehaven September 22, by
Roll, Dlst No.
Pay
his destination Please do not let these old sealers unlimited attractions for our Bass, the following vote was
probably reached have 4, Labor .................. 9000 County Judge J. M. Couse.
overseas before now.. or parts rust and ruin. Now is the tourists and the tourist business will recorded: 8torm7an Mrs. Martinez was a member of

1 1 time to get your canning equip to be one of our great in Ye: Comml-sloners Bass Eula al Dist. I
continue Voting No.2... ..... .. .. ..... ............... 300 the class of 1944 at Clewlston High
Howard Beville left Monday to ment In order for the coming sea. dustries. We have great social Swal nand Drawdy. Scharfschwerdt Bros. I School but left school to work at

return to the Naval Training Station son. cultural and educational opportu.( Voting No: Commissioners Hil Materials Dls No. 4 4.25 Riddle Field. Oliver also attended

at Norfolk Va.. after spending Some citizens who have used the nitles splendid schools and churches Hard and Walker RACE TRACK FUND the Clewlston High School but was

twelve days here with his mother kitchen have expressed the desireto These are but a few of the on the following distribution of General Fun Transfer .. 400000 Inducted In the Army Air Corps

Mrs. John Brett improve the County Canning many advantages that 'will lead to Road & Bridge funds for the year WITHHOLDING TAX FUNND last month and is now at Camp

1 1 '1 Kitchen Your help Is needed and the development of this area. 1943 44: Blanding awaiting assignment
Collector of Int. Revenue
The following article is taken will be greatly appreciated. Either "We must realize our problems, All Road and Bridge Funds to be I -clewlston News.
Income Tax wlhheld for
from a Topeka Kansas paper and come to the meeting or contact and seek their solutions. First, we divided Into six parts, with Dlstricts V
Quarter ending Sept
All. show staffed Miss Houclwd In regard to anyI must work and plan now to make No. 1, 2, 3 and 5 to receive Allen Markham will leave
the Sunday
describes Army
30, 1943 ........ ....................... 50.70
at the Topeka Free Fair I suggestions and help you have in ready for the men and women re one sixth. and District No 4 to receive C. E. DRAWDY Chairman. for Washington. D.O.. where he

Teddy Oreenberger son of Mr. Improving the County Canning! turning from the armed services.In one third. Board of County Commissioners, goes with the committee representing

and Mrs Leo Greeberger took part Kitchen Tell your neighbor about order that they may not only The following vouchers 'were approved Okeechobee County, Florida the South Florida canner
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(Continued on Page Two) this meeting and plan to attend. (Continued on Page Two) and ordered paid when Attest: Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk. Association.Robt. '

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PAGE TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1941Dheccljuhec
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i I chestra is to play tonight at a I I Edgar G. Hamilton I I' 1 NOTICE -
(< Ndu Service Men I Women
$ dance for service men In the To I Replacing NOTICE Is hereby given than

I I I peka municipal building. (Continued from Page 1)) I i the City Council of the City ol ,
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Published Every Friday by the (Continued from Pae;; 1)) 1 have a place, but an active part |Men Bus Drivers,; Okeecbobee Florida, will meet in I

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- : Word has been reclved that Av. in the future of this district! state the Council Chamber at the CIV
In the show. The show went over "
bee Okeechobee County, Florid I I I latlon Cadet Connie W. Raulerson, and nation. Hall at 8:30: P. M. October 13.
Development of
our
so good that they have been asked
I who is in training for pilot has Proving Competent 1943 for the purpose of reviewing
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BRYANT BOWDEN ... Editor to take part in shows that are to : ports roads and water transports
successfully his training the Tax
completed and equalizing City
be staged In Nebraska and Oklahoma. I tlon facilities, development of our
Entered as second class matter I: Following the story: at Maxwell Field, Alabama and has system of canals and dykes looking Now that hundreds of women Assessment Boll for the year 194JI

July 1, 1914, at the Poet Office In now moved on to the Cape Instl toward water control and the op1 i', 1 have proven entirely capable of i j I| as prepared by the City Tax A-

Okeechobee, Florida, under the I' The All-Army show produced by tute of Aeronautics at Cape Olrar. enlng of many acres of our fertile driving buses en the West Coast sessor.
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. deau, Missouri for further training soil for and all and I ANY and ALL PERSONS haying
agriculture in
the 29th Calvary and musical offerI develop i other war production areas,
.
to the valuations
RATE I| ings by the Calvary School band, are essential. We have a great I the National Association of Motor any objections
.
One rear In advance . 1200 I are highlights of the Topeka Free j ---V------ ': chance to become a real leader j 1 Bus Operators reports that major placed on their property fcr
SERVICES AT THE CATHOLtCCIIl'RC'1I (II ,
Six months In advance .. .. 1.00 Fair which ends tonight. after a 1] j Iin aviation in the post war period lines in all parts of the countryare the City Tax Assessor as show

Three months In advance .... .73 week's run. : HERE St'NDlYRev I Certainly we must work and plan I hiring women to pilot the high by the Assessment Roll, are hereby

The 29th Calvary's precision I I I toward that end. We must work way streamliners. notified to file their objections wiw
Reading notices In local columns, Father Callahan who has I the City Clerk or to appear -
for an Increased tourist business, The
drills on foot and horseback werea manpower shortage is bring
10 cents a !line. Rates for display ,'i spent the past several winters In j! I person before the City Council at
real crowd pleaser; ai was the as well as Increased agricultural ing about the innovation even
advertising furnished! on applica-I, I Okeechobee, but who has been at'. said meeting on the aforesaJ
demonstration and industrial developments. Mosquito though bus drivers
tank stalking put on men are classedas : I
tion Classified 2 cents
advertising Nassau during the summer months. date.
each word insertion. AD items at the close of each night's show. control is another of our essential workers because of
per arrived In Okeechobee this week
regarding enterprises conducted for Charles A Nash, national execu i problems in this district that must their Importance of the nation's S. RAIFSNIDER,
for a short stay. He announces President Pro Tern City Couae
profit are chargeable at rdvertlstng tive of Fairs and Expositions claim I be solved. wartime transportation needs. ,
there will be church
services at the
Florida
rates. ed that the Calvary All Army ,I | "Our farmers and cattlemen must However, in replacing men who Okeechobee
j Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Attest Alma Gross,
the I J be encouraged and their interest have :
i show was the best in Middle entered the armed services

Advertising bills are payable on West "The only other Army show j( V 'I protected. Industry must not be the bus companies are City Clerk
the first of each month. Parties | MRSEUNiCE LAMB: LEASED Okeechobee, Florida
that could compare with the Tope j ji I II neglected but fostered and engendered making certain that the publicwon't
unknown to publishers required to I MXRY'S CAFE AND OPENED V
ka performance was the All-Army -consider the opportunitiesfor apply the epithet of "that
pay in advance. i i FOR BUSINESS YESTERDAY NOTICE OF ELECTION
.. show in Minneapolis. Minn.," Mild i I food processing, dehydrating woman driver! to any of the cp

- i Mr. Nash, "but they didn't have plants, canneries and others--con- erators. What's more Important,
-- -- - -- Mrs. Eunice Lamb has leased the Notice is hereby given that selection
the intricate drill teams that the sIder the advantages for small industries the enviable safety records of the
I I' cafe known as Mary's Cafe, and will be held in each and
IA6agDg Calvary presents"The I Industry must be maintained. I
.... began serving meals there yejterj every Special Tax School District
"Yes there is
Calvary School band played much to be doneto Women drivers already employed
day. Mrs. Lamb says he will serve I of Okeechobee County on the Second .
I It j
and help this nation maintain her the !
a concert every afternoon ev are handling shorter intercity
i regular meals, sandwiches and I day of November, 1943, to.
P t enlng Last Saturday, the opening I: rightful place in international affairs routes They were selected from '
short orders.
wit
111\ rr the fair the band broadcasta j in order that victory and an thousands of app'.icants through | :
+ I I She announced that the
place Special Tax School District No.
program over WIBW In Topeka.At early lasting and prosperous peace rigid examinations for physical
| would be open to serve the public One at the County Court House IB
I
t r M.I.n.t tra.pao aruPORI each performance of the All Ar may be ours. fitness driving qualifications, men
i on Sundays. Okeechobee, Florida. The following
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/11show.. Cpl. Donald Williams : ---V-- tal alertness, neatness and court I
V Clerk and Inspectors to hold said
NEW AMPHIBMN: TANK AIDS
gave an exhibition of baton twirl I esy. Similar standards are being
[ T. W. Bond of California left election: Z. K Williams, Clerk; C
04R BOPS'irOP CIVILIANS IN DISTRESS I
Inl{. On last Sunday night's show set up set up by all intercity bus
I Sunday for Bvrtow after spending A. Fulfortd Mrs. Ruby Hancock, K,
AS WEll. AS ARMY: MEN
7ATO.. : lie was assisted by Donald Sartell, lines the association reports. Before '
y two weeks here with his parents L Worth. Inspectors
t8VN Prt'ARSN son of E J. Sartell, band leader, I donning trim uniforms and
I, \ Mr. and Mrs. J. F Bond. Mrs. Clearwater, Oct.FNSThe( ) Special Tax School District N.,
who I, a baton ace in his own taking up their war-essential work j
aONQf V 't I right. i Bond accompanied him to Bartow Roebllng amphibian tank used by the successful applicants are given Two at the School House at Fort

i i and is spending several days there 1 Drum, FlorIda. The following Clerk
Florida trained U. S. Marines with
i The Calvary School dance or courses in actual bus driving by
with relatives and friends. and Inspectors to hold said elec-
such telling effect in the Solomon
experienced driver-Instructors. ,
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tlon: Mrs. Estella Lee Clerk: Mrs
campaign has also been doing acts Because the inter-city bus in .

I !111II1111111IIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllImllllllllll{ lllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll\:lIIllllllIIlllUlllllllmn111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!'!!! lllNllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltl"1S\ i of mercy in the United States according du try was not in existence during | Bertha Ann Swain, Mrs. Sylvia

to MaJ M M, Nohrden, in the last war when similar manpower I! Parker, Jasper; Lee Inspectors

command of the Dunedin Marine shortages were encounteredl j' Special Tax School District No

Three at the Grocery Store Building -
base.One the employment of women drivers
| Basalnger Florida. The followI .
in MIami
amphibian use near Is really a new development and '

has made 585 rescues of civil- one that the operators accepted I ing Clerk and Inspectors to hold

- ians in trouble in the Everglades. j I Ihll.l said election; Zeb Durrance Clerk:
with
=1 some misgIvings. The public
he said. He expects the amphibiansto Henry Sloan Fred Sparkman
voiced no objections probably i
i iI
= turn to peaceful pursuits when !' Maurice Lofton. Inspectors.
because riders are glad for the bus'
POSTED the war is over. Hundreds of these I to come along, no matter whether'' Special Tax School District No.
I I Four at Reese Upthegrove's Store,
have |
efficient machines been turn
; i a man or a woman at the wheel j
ed out at the Lakeland plant of the The very few criticisms receIved|' Upthegrove Beach. FlorIda. The
I I' following Clerk and Inspectors t.
Food Machinery Corporation. !
come. oddly enough, from other
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=-. := v I hold said election: Mrs. Oveda.
-- who
-- = women seem to resent that ,
==-. =.: D S. Hudson, cashier of the one of their sex has qualified for I Bass, Clerk: N. F. Norton. Mrs

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= =- I spending some time here Monday I Inspectors.

I afternoon. -v0 Special Tax School District No.

Five In the residence of J. M.
I Frank Reeves, son of Mr. and
Scott, Eagle Bay Florida. The following -
Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee Mrs. Vernon Reeves, who is attend'
N O TRESPASSING I Clerk and Inspectors to
ing high school at Orlando, has
: mede the football team at that hold said election: J. M. Scott,

Clerk, Albert Harden, Oscar Bass
place and is now playing regularly
with them. I Ross Holley. Inspectors.

Friday & Saturday Said election in each of the

NOTICE I Special Tax School Districts shall

: 85.3 3I I DOUBLE FEATURB Tallahassee, Florida.'October 5, 1943 I be for the purpose of electing three
(3) school trustees for each of the
NOTICE Is hereby given that the .
T'. :.: | said districts to serve for the ensuing
Trustees of the Internal Improve

ri --0u".--.4. TIM HOLTin ment Fund of the State of Florida i\, wo years and of determin
-- ing the amount of millage to bE-
will offer for sale and receive com '
levied therein for the same periodof
petitive bids at Tallahassee, Florida

EE "Bandit Ranger"also November 9. 1943, at 12 o'clock ,j time.
Noon for the following described'land At said election only the qualified -

-also- voters residing in the said
in Okeechobee County. Florida

! I It t will not be long now until the hunt- i I ANNE NEAGLEin Un: Special pay a tax Tax on School real District or personal who.

urveyed NE'i of SW'4 of
=-=- = 1\j property, shall be entitled to vote.
NW'. and SE'4 of NW'i! of

ing will If intend to LIL I I NW1., South of Hancock Meander and said election shall be held and
season
: open. you "Wings and the Woman"Also andUnsurveyed conducted in the manner prescribed

I by law for holding such election
: WAR NEWS NW'/ o' SE'4' of
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: post your land against trespassing according II NW'NW'. South and SW'o: Hancock of NE'4' of Me 'I Board of Public Instructionfor

Okeechobee County, Florid

; to law, order POSTED signs I Sunday & Monday i lander.In Section 32 Township 37 I H.W D.H. COKER.HANCOCK Chairman, Superintendent -

South, Range 35 East; contain
== and Secretary.
e= E3 MICKEY ROONEYin
I ing 28.37. acres, Okeechobee
( V
I printed with name as owner or Count State of Florida. i
your i j FOR SAI-E-Pair of ladles' slip-
This notice
is published In com '!
pers. size 4''. Triple A No ratio
[ "Andy Hardy's pllance with Sections 27008 and

! agent at nominal oost. 27009 Forida: Statutes 1941. I coupon.
Double Life" MI ss Elizabeth Reichert
II. I The Trustees reserve the' rightto .....()-

1 Also: COMMUNITY SINO LATE reject any and all bid i iI | Dr. T T. Coleman returned *.
I I I I By order of the Trustees of the! | his home here Wednesday morning

NEWS. ., Internal Improvement Fund.. j I from
Oulfport Miss, and Pensa-
1 Spessard L. Holland. Oovernor cola, where
he spent several dare
\:i AttestF: C Elliot. Secretary j
j with his sons.
5 ; Wednesday OnlyIDA

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THE OiEECHOBE{ [ SPORTLIGHT !j I I Every time Lem .Martin hears From where t Mt, nereV the


Coming Attractions i. about another Jap battleship beWilY It U Jt'N sip to everyone

ing sunk-or another Nazi city of ui to put not only our I'\I'I'

.=..:.-.'. ri .- SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT being blasted-Lem grits his money Into War Bond, but to
.-- teeth, and digs into his figure
- pocket out new of
- .. ways saving
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f CHINA i doln' better 'n' better at their As Lem says: "We asked for

M'orln'," Lcm nay grimly"weran plenty of
i : THE PALM BEACH STORY actipn-and we're sure
do the same at home." getting it All over the world our

NEWS : It's easy' to think that if the men have got them Axis fellas

i E jl war is going well, we can afford on the run. Let's Back the At-

JoKfJliY* to let down Just a little instead tack with War Bonds"

E'-J := I J) o' reaUzlng that the bigger our .

-- --- I offensive gets the more our :><>>'8
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I whereon his children run- The Indian squabs carry porpol-

You make a soldier of the man ses on their backs::

Purple and Gold NewsI who never bore a gun The inhabitants of ancient Egypt

What Is it through the battle were called mummies.

smoke the valiant soldier sees? The seats of Senators shall te

"FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" The little garden far away, the vaccinated every six years.

budding apple trees, The thirteenth amendment abolishes

I The little patch of ground back the Negroes.
lost for the Duration. They botn a wine Jar dating back to Oraeco- suffered the Southerners
Staff Theta Beta Club I there, the children at their play. I Hardships by
times which designedto
Roman ,
was II after the Civil War
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Joined the Navy last Friday and we I Perhaps a tiny mound behind the
give up part of its brew when The wives of the aristocrats and
simple church of
best gray.
are wishing both of them the
Editor-ln-Chief Harry Oreenberger coins were Inserted, in a slot NewsThe \ The golden thread of courage isn'tI I of gentle birth patiently made theirhusband's
of luck. The loss of these boys will Antj are so sensatlve to a. changing troupers out of their own.
linked to castle dome
Assistant Editor Mae Thomas
Betty be a. tough break for the Catfish, thermometer that they double I I Caesar murdered by bandof
Sports Reporter .. Porky Draughon But to the spot'hcre'er It be- was
The Catfish's passing averagewas their walking rate for every 10 degrees meeting of the Theta Beta I the humble spot called home Contractors
Jean Lee
Chapel Reporter
Raulerson I not as good as it has been. After j Fahrenheit rise In tempera Club was held Thursday, September'i I And now the lilacs bud again and Shakespeare wrote tragedies, com-

'Class Ellis they once got started though ture. In fact, ants are a kind ot 30, at the home of Harry Green- !I all is lovely there edys and errors.
Reporter Draughon
Social Reporters Zelda JohnsonJoe they were not stopped through the thermometer In themselves. If their berger. The meeting was called to And homesick soldiers far away ) Miss Baum: Earl if I were to

Underbill' air They completed only 6 out ot : speed of progress along a measured order by Weldon Draughon president I I I know spring is in the air; II III take a. knife and cut off your left

foot Is timed carefully, the temperature Minutes of the last meeting
17 passes i The tulips come to bloom again, ear what would happen?

__.__. -y-- I may be read within a. de. were read and a financial reportwas the grass once more is green, I Ii Earl: I couldn't hear very good.

CHAPEL gree given Discussions for initiation And every man can see the spot Miss Baum: That's right, and II
I Men' Are So FunnyGrandma I i
--- --- of new members was had anda
where all his Joys have been, I II I were to cut off your right ear
I I committee of Joe Underhill, Mar I| He sees his children smile at what would happen?
I! Hen's Circle
first
Monday September 27: Our |1 I
I tha Walker, and Jean Lee Rauler him, he hears the bule call, Earl: I couldn't see very smiled ,
chapel program of the year was I Brown happily.iSitting I
well attended by students and vis at the wheel she drove the i, _____ son was appointed to see about And only death can stop him now Miss Baum: What do you mean,

'1 June is really hot In the collar the Initiation. It was agreed that -he's fighting for them all. you couldn't see very good?
itors. The ceremony of chief Interest !: old jalopy down the road that lea,:
no severe or harmful Initiation --V I Earl: Well, If you cut off both my
because Laurens took Alvyna to
was a talk on Boy Scouts to the farm. She glanced gratefully I I
I would be tolerated, so you, need hat would fall down over
ears
given by Scout Executive Mr. Patterson i I to each side a? she drove, because',I the football game What are you Riddle Quiz? I my
not 'be afraid to join because I : and I couldn't very
see
going to do about it, June- my eyes
from West Palm Beach ana : there she saw the tall grain-rich I
I I
I member and I
the presentation of Eagle Scout' bountiful wheat. And again she!: We hear that Betty Mae has a, am a new am goingto good.
the initiation. Refreshmentsof
,badge to Bill Hendry. smiled because the back of the car .I date with Haynes Williams. Not I take Say Joe do you know the difference --V
and crackers I'
I lemonade were enJoyed
The Eagle Scout Badge Is the was loaded with the meats and ,I bad Betty Mae but isn't he rather I by all. Those present were: between a gardener and a WHY STIDYT I
groceries for the threshers who young? Chinaman? The more you study
highest rank that a scout can obtain -I I Mrs. Bass. Weldon Draughon,
and Mrs, Hendry, Bill's mother would arrive at dawn the next day. Is Barbara Pool and Domer Wil- Mary Now, Moe what is the difference The more you know
Jack Coker, Martha Walker, Ehzabeth I
I It was a bumper crop, and how it { son's love affair still going smoothly 1 ? The more you know
selected the
was as proper per- i LlghUey Jean Lee Raulerson,,
'I wa< needed! Well, one keeps the lawn wet and i I The more you can forget
to present It to him.
son
Sarah Howell, Joe Underhill, Des
I In a few minutes hailstones, big Who is winning in the Hazelllel-I the other keeps the lawn dry. the more you can forget
We are proud that we alsO I Ralfsnlder Idell Tomlin I
very sle Mae ,
and Walker ? I the more do forget
as hen's eggss. began to fall from Lowery triangle Holes, dope I you
have two other boys In our school ,j son and Sinn Martin. We are anxious
the sky. She pulled up under a Phyllis Cason came back last j know the difference! between a The more you do forget
who have achieved this rankThey to have more members. If you
tree and cried a little as she watched Monday and did you see that diamond man going upstairs and a man I the less you knowI
are Jack Wolff and Tommy Evans. are In senior high, you are eligibleto
the hall pound the grain mercilessly she is wearing Congratulations locking upstairs. I So WHY STUDY!IV
Mr. Patterson said that he believe Join, so come on out to our next
to earth. When the sun Phyllis. Sure, I do One steps uptalrs and ---- ---
ed there would be some others achieving meeting. < Miss Alice Bass of the Florida
shone again as it often does after What's this we hear about Jack other stares up steps.Here's I
this rank soon. Coker and Doris C? We thought Reporter: Sim Martin. Power and Light Company office
summer storms, the fields lay flat a humdinger! What can I
Following this Impressive ceremony 'I ___ here left this week for Tampa,
he still Mildred.
and the crop was a total loss A was grieving over you put in a barrel to make it
Mr. Williams took charge and whole year's work and nothing to Robert Clay and Bessie Mae Hare TilE THINGS THAT MIKE A I weigh lessGuess where she will spend a two weeks

opened nominations for cheer lead show for It. She felt very sorry for still wooing so they say. SOLDIER GREAT I don't know that one. I vacation.'C

ers. The following were elected: grandpa. It would hit him the I Frances must be waiting for Coon' j Holes doptl! -
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Juanell Pearce, Betty Mason Idtil We her out with C. C. Arrington returned to his
er never see
go
hardest.: | The things that make a soldier'great Try saying this! -fast:
Tomlinson, and Jean Lee Rauler Arriving at the farm she left the anyone. j 1 and tend him out to die, Sally saw Sadie Slee, 1 home here Tuesday from Hawaii

son.Mr. car in the yard and hurried into There has been talk about Alvene To face the flaming cannons Slowly, sadly swinging ; where he has been employed for

Williams announced that there the house. Orandpa Brown, past Lantz going to Reno. Now don'tI I I I mouth, nor ever question why, I II "She seems sorrowful. said she, the last eight months

will be no more chapel programs 70( years, needed her at times like) get excited Her husband is there I Are lilacs by a little porch, the row So she started singing. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOtni

until the music teacher arrives, I, this With a forced smile she and she desn't want a divorce. I I of tulips red, Sadie smiled, swiftly swung; NAME LAW

which we hope will be soon I I walked through the house and into Ellis and Mollle Boettger were i I The peonle and parties, too, the Sitting{ straight, steered stiffly TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Jean Lee Raulerson. the kitchen There, standing beside very much attracted to each otherat I old petunia bed, "Sol" said Sally, "something sung Notice is hereby given Wit tto
i
------v I 1'the kitchen table, was grandpa, Alvyna's party. The grass plot where his children Scatter sunshine swiftly undersigned Intend to register the

'i i like a kid, vigorously ..Im. we would like to know who wall .
grinning
Catfish Lose 19-14 i play, the roses on the ; ---- V- fictitious name of TEL 7JLNCHO
cranking the freezer He had quickly this Miss Marie Storey Is that you I 'Tis these that make a soldier LA ESPERANZA" as provided by

1 gathered the hailstones and was are corresponding with- I great He's fighting for them all. JOKESIn Chapter 20053, Acts of Florida Legislature .

The Okeechobee Catfish: lost a making ice cream. Grandma didn't It looks like Betty Sue will have Tie not the pomp and pride ot of 1941.Gaines .

hard fought game to Fort Pierce know whether to laugh( or cry- some blue days, now that Heinle is kings that makes a soldier brave; p WilsonN.

last Friday afternoon. It was the men are so funny about things. leaving for the Navy. I Tie not allegiance to the flag that a gay and carefree mood. Ellis K, Dlckerson

first game of the season for both Taken from John Broberg Reid, Wonder why Zelda's boy friend, over him may wave; telephoned Harry Paul at two E. C Roth

teams. Fort Pierce made all their ,, September, 1943). Arthur Stone, left so hurriedly For soldiers never fight -o well en o'clock in the morning, "I do hopeI Robert N. Trimble. Jr.

__ -----7------- Sunday? He must have seen Ma- the foam disturbed ." Ellis said ---
scores in the first half. The Eagles land or on ha\en't you -- -

had the upper hand In the first Did You Know? rays ring on her finger. As when behind the cause they bee cheerily. Any excuse you can five for
-.-- -V --" --'- not upping payroll tar
half but in the second half it was they see the little place called "Oh, no," Harry replied .tha 1 your

. -. a different story, The first score : Subscribe for The News home.Endanger. quite all right, I had to get up w J legs and will puppet please MiiMnllnl.Hitler, Hlrohito -

for the Catfish was made by JaCk l; The highest temperoture ever recorded Send The News to friends but the humble street answer the telephone anyway" I

Elledge on an end run which started in the United States was -. ___ _u__ __ .- ---
out to be a but seeing no'' 134 dggrees Fahrenheit at Death ..
pass OPrm.. R.S70 UNITED STALES OF' AMER' isIW ,
receivers open he decided to run Valley, California, In July. 1913. OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRi\TJON NANCOI'NOIST'EMD "+aeT.nTrP ) .,

the ball. The extra point was made The cold record Is held by WyomIng Bedgei PaeaAppre U.II ed No,08-R427 '

by a pas to Tommy Evans. THIS On February 9, 1933, the mercury 'fv volin f Doe

climaxed a 90-yard( drive by the fell to minus 68 degrees at APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OP -" COM"L UOOOfI'I'KGIITaIOEOOWNW:",
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Catfish. The second score came Yellowstone National Park r t, BASIC MILEAGE RATIOK

I I when Heinle Walker ran 85 yards I II Very few reports of "wolf chll t ; 't ..f3vine Street

I to score while standing upThe dren" can be proved The most re 'I sAra t rT.pre hole .......::1
1-
extra point was made on a pass to cent authenticated caees occurred tin | J AI1Y? Mqrylona'

Jack Wolff The Catfish threatened Bengal, India, in 1920. I ...,' _. : 'ART ,J-. \. WI1,

to score several more times but !' Two girls, about two years old (See I"mudi Oft otMr side) NATION kIOK TO OC MNT Tal<__) .Nh .

each time they were stopped by ,, and eight, were foi&id in a walt /t MOltITEftEO OWNER (NAMED AttaPE) .' "'
died, Woe 1M enclosed back coyer token "am lhe basic ration 'rft Re ..-r
some unlucky break. den. the younger one soon D I'\.ICANT (uuuD.Gow>
jg 1 0
until book issued for the vthicle described on this application?
Elledge and Walker were outstanding but Kamala, the elder, lived
Althoughthe she waj 17. Kamala growled and A "&.ICANT"' NAMFS ((4eAMt, Al tw"q ""''TIE"MMIE")
for the Catfish. under valid NO
2. It this vehicle In use and operating cUITtnlly
Catfish's blocking was not as.:. showed her teeth, and howled at -late[ 0

good as it could have been It is I regular nightly intervals. Gradually Some-

expected to be better In the coin she responded to human care, all/ III border APPLICANTCOMPIXTE ADDna.Tet: _
fill Mary
I her Applicant must sign /Ms Port A end must hi spates Oft --
ing game with st. Ann's of West but she never discarded all totA parts A sad B, ___.m, '.. -
The wolfish ways When she ran she
Palm Beach Thursday night. Some

Catfish defeated the St. Anns boys I'I reverted to all fours. and it took a made In thus applical1011 true and
I' I CERTIFY that all statements and answers ore
I I I to catch her.
last year 27 to 0. They are hoping peedy runner correct to the best of my knowledge and belief,
Henry The slot machine may seem mod
to repeat again this year. ,
has a IDNTIFICATION' eNIAL' NOMPNMi
British museum
the
will be ern. but
Walker and Johnny Jenkins 5i i ar vu"ae TI"EO Un'I"II''KO ....
-- 9notllr. VEHICLE LICEN5E ., 'lor .r IT\;.'
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Jl-....,;.. :-.wi. : ."..J .. I Dale 1V/j q,3 trATEOFREOIETRATION.

a' A D'It" 7/,3 be "vrt f0 estee III tht lower left.
BOARD ACTION YuRMooaL, head 1I0J Oil Pare B the name and
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ljO MU 7/.32,2): : address whichM new Ration Book
Serial Number of Ollrl Tire Inspection Record be
MAKIII: ore 10
NOTICE TO Ration Book Issued Faro! AD.._ 7'51 pGZ vat

OOI:>YTYI'E. '
Isu.d By Dote Sedan AD y 7 270 9 p ') ''Y : oo j

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UNITtD STATES 0' AMERICA-omCI W RECORD PRICE ADMINlSTIIATlON 10."CAT WHICWI ,.,eeAIAL,,.......wMwRe,. '......,.Of'.0 ,,-"o.-cc liT INSPECTION(... --. vNNrt"NDNr y
TIRE INSPECTION

Board cedillas below that serial I numbers shown are VS"I: LELICSN/23iJ,5'f NO.1 AD ,1..3/r
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PUBLIC saint, 01 those registered with 1/,
sure 0'lSG1..; ..,
Boord I, ATION'A I 7"/

Number ;. .. YEAR
MOOcl9V0 .,_ A ..
I MAKE ._ ,411 .y F I.L 11'0

I Fard A 7) 9f1 FeLI
(CCUHTT) (.TM > -
Due to ill health and shortage of help, no I T'tP[,
Date
By S ea6n AZ> 1'1 ..70'I I
more machine work can be taken in at our I
work A book holder, inspection every L months, iNrt.ncv o APPOINTRD OY WAR PRICE' AND "ATION eo..D
shop.lt is our intention to complete all on : laspector will nol tI" vets/I UTATIOI It
will be closed 1 book holder, inspection .!very 4 monde I .qu/"f/ repair Aas I ... A oaum OTIOIT'C
then the shop perman
hand and t
C book holder, ''n'ptclion very snonths.... done
ently. Please do not ask us to take in any work. I IAT&I IN5PCTOR7 tlGNAT\lItI:. ,
RETURN TOr
Shop is for sale. If anyone is interested in buy- fSn .r 1Jo 'i 4 4MHLZAOC

Noma
ing same see owner.I .
RATION e00Ka rfeUEDz
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thank the public for past patronage. I gVine" SMCC CU8e .--- .....
I wish to I i No and Sheet .y 7 J JI


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Okeechobee, Florida : This is a reproduction of the renewal appliclication for "A" gasoline rationing books

Boards in Florida east of Apalachicola River are now issuing new "A" books which will be.

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