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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 15, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 29-Number 17 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, October 15, 1943 Price Five Cents

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News Of Our UNIDENTIFIED NEGRO FOUND ; -- -:'''-: > ",' ;'. '. ,:!\ ';: :;': .:- "- INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICER Large Crowd Was
BoysIn
FLOATING IN.TAYLOR CREEK SAYS WITHHOLDING: TAX MUST
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I YESTERDAY AFTE R N 0 0 N BE PAID BEFORE NOVEMBER: I'

Various Camps ;: RESOLUTIONWHEREAS Deputy Collector of Internal Present at Lions

The of unidentified ne. '
body an
At Home & Abroad': gro was found floating in Taylor Palm Revence Beach Irwin was E a, visitor Price, here of West la.t .: Club I BanquetAbout

:I Creek yesterday afternoon about our immortal Creator has Saturday and while here called attention I
100 yards south of where the Seaboard -0-
Ingram Lofton arrived yesterday Railroad track crosses the seen fit to call from the front line of the to the fact that all persons ; seventy persons were on

morning from Camp Wheeler and i creek. According to Chief of Police world battle for humanity, the soul of a distinguished owing withholding tax for July. < hand last night for the ,banquet
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Is spending ten days with his parents of August and September should not that. was given by the Okeechobee
Evans he was about thirty years citizen and official of the City
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lofton all to rtmlt it to Jacksonville by Lions Club to the Civic Club when
: old and was stockily built, weigh Okeechobee Florida the late Honorable
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at their home In Basstnger.. This is' November 1. I the Lions entertained them as the
his first furlough since he entered | ing around 180 pounds. William R Page, late President of this In discussing the tax Mr. Price losers In the campaign for the

the Army the first of the year i He had evidently been in the body ; and said that failure to remit within I sale of War Bonds In the recent
water four or five days and up to '
that time placed / penalty
a severe I' drive in this county.
WHEREAS the of Okeechobeehas
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City
one /seems to be able to ,
now no
The Berka family received a let on the tax payer and there was no A meal of fried chicken, potato
ter this week from their son Cpl. Al. give any Indication of who he lost a true and faithful courageous way to avoid payment of the penalty salad, peas bread butter 'and

bert Berka. Jr., who is stationed was or where he came from. leader and the United States of America I as It Is mandatory. I IV cake and coffee was enjoyed by the

with the Heovy Artillery at Camp V one of the most diligent, dependable and I --- ICald.weilin | large crowd gathered at the Lions

Van Dorn Miss., in which he says General Collins faithful workers in the sale of War Bonds RaceI I home. After the meal was completed

he is getting along fine and expects and Stamps, andWhereas I there were a few short talks by
to get a furlough some time I members of the two organizations E EIn
soon and will spend that time Says DelinquentsCalled this body, on behalf of the For Governor In which the friendly rivalry of the
here I Officials and citizens of the Cit I'
City two clubs in the bond drive was the

Staff S For ArmySt Okeechobee, Florida, will ever proudly hon- Coming Primary ,, principal subject of discussion.
Sergeant Purmel Hargrave. or the memory of our late friend and worker Those present were: Mr. and
is expected home tomorrow for a I Mrs E J. Wilson Miss Francis
short stay with his family. He was Augustine. Oct 13--'Special) : Shepherd Mr and Mrs Glbb Gross.
called home on account of the serious General Vivian Collini Florida THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY Tallahas.ee Oct. 14- (FNS)- Miss Marjorie Coker, Harold Ten-

Illness of his mother who is State Director for Selective Service THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF Millard F. Caldwell former congressman zenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton El

a patient in the Jackson Memorial today warned all men now clas-1 j- OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA IN MEETING and state legislator an. lis, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Markham,
nounccd today that he is a candi I
of |
Ho.-pltal In Miami. fled as delinquents In the State Eugene Darby Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
1 W method of ASSEMBLED: as follows : dete for the Democratic nomina i:,
Florida that a new Nix and daughter Wanda Mr. and
Lieut. Donald G. Barber left handling delinquents would become FIRST : That the deepest and heartfelt > tlon for Governor of Florida. Mrs. C. H Parkerson Mr. and Mrs.

Wednesday after spending several effective on November\ 1 sympathy of the Council, and all other of- The former congressman from Leo Greenberger and Harry Paul
days here visiting friends. Lieut. Under the new regulations governing the Third Florida District said he
ficials of the City of Okeechobee Florida ishereby and Polly Gay. Mayor and Mrs. H
Barber was recently graduatedfrom delinquents Just Issued by will conduct a vigorous statewide
H. Raulerson. Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
extended the
the Army Air Forces Pilot Natllnal Selective Service Head to widow and other relative campaign, carrying directly and ,
Rauler.on Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Roe
School at Moody Field Ga. and quarters at Wa.hlngton. to take el of our departed friend : frankly to the people of Florida his
Sr.. and J. M., Jr., Dr. T T Cole-
was granted a short leave whichhe feet November 1. all delinquent SECOND : That this memorial be givento views on government. i man. Mr and Mrs. S. R, Ralfsnlder

spent with his parent- In Jacksonville registrants ,between the ages of 18 the press and a copy thereof be spread Caldwell said: "My campaign will: Bryant Bowden Mr. and Mrs.

and with friends here. He and 43 will be classified or reclassified the minutes of this and be direct and vigorous. I will openly Robert LaMartln. Rev and Mrs.,W.
has been assigned to Hendricks 0 upon meeting a copy .
Class 1-A. Class 1-A .
into and frankly discuss the Issues R. Howell Mr. and Mrs. W. B, .
Field in Sebring where he has re or CU-s IV K, whichever Is app.i under the hands of the President Pro-Tern, and the probleMs or government' Veesey. Rev. ond Mrs. D. O, Alderman
ported for active duty. for III City Clerk and. the City Seal -affixed he
cable and ordered to report in Florida J. W Norrij.Mr. and Mrs.
Lieut. Barber Is the first boy ductlon. Failure to comply with transmitted to Mrs Page "My appeal will, be based on abll Nathan Zelmenovltz Mr. and Mrs.

that could be termed strictly an this order will result In a report PASSED AND ADOPTED this 12th Ity and fitness for the job without Hamp Connerly, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Okeechobee boy that ha gradual' 'being made to the U. S. District emotion and political leapfrogging I Walker
Culbreth,Miss Martha ,
ed from the Pilot Training School day of October. A. D. 1943. '
Attorney that the man in questionIs Government must be slmpli : Mr. and Mrs C. C. McCain Mrs.
and he will no doubt see some active a violator] of the National Sele: CITY OF OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA .. fled and brought back to the people ':Phil Cason and daughter, Miss

service with the armed forcesin live Service Act. and the District By S. R. Raifsnider, Phylis, Miss Eva Johnson Mr. and

the near future. Attorney will accordingly take immediate President Pro-Tern. "I will not swap promises for Mrs. E. M. Meserve. Mr. ond Mrj.
"S" steps leading to the delin votes." i I
Z. K. Williams. Ada Jane. Coson-
Atlantic Beach, Fla., Oct 12, 1943 quent's apprehension ond prosecution. ATTEST : Alma Gross. Caldwell was born in 1G87 at : and Mr.. and Mrs. K.,E. Stello*
Mr. Bryant Bowden.Okeechobee City Clerk. Beverly near Knoxville. Tenn., V

Fla General Collins emphasized that (SEAL) where he spent his early childhood.I|
Dear Bryant: between now and November 1. delInquent He attended Carson Newman Col- :' George White'sCartoons
Will appreciate very much U you registrants were being given The foregoing Resolution is hereby approved lege and the University of Ml .siss I

will send last week's copy of the a final opportunity to report by me this 12th day of October, A. ippl. While still a student he volun. Sale

News to me at the camp address. either to their own local board or D. 1943. I: teered as a private In the First on

I never seemed to get a chanceto to any local board and to lullflll H. H. RAULERSON World War and when the war end

come by for it. the obligations Imposed on them by ed was serving as a second lieutenant Tampa. Oct 12-(FNS) "The
Men I I meon my furlough Just the Selective Service Act. The continuing Mayor in the Field Artillery. After'' War In Black and White" Is the

flew by and I sure had a good manpower demands of the the armistice he studied law at the I( clever title of a unique and striking
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time talking to my old friends and armed forces the manpower needsof -.. '.' . ..". University of Virginia He movedto souvenir book Just off the press,
making some new friends. war production and In supportof Florida in 1924 and entered the being a compilation of over 200 orIginal
The only thing that marred the the war effort and the general practice of law at Milton as a''' cartoon drawn by George

perfect furlough was the passingof deferment of registrants regularly partner of the late Senator W. W. White of the Tampa Tribune.
our good friend. Mr. Page. Okee. engaged in agriculture plu- fair I Clark. j: These cartoons tell a vivid and

chobee has lost one of the most ness to men In the Armed Forces A reserve officer for many years. ;;. realistic picture story of events

energetic men that ever lived and to men Including fathers Toq Late to Classify ,,Caldwell was. rejected for active leading up to and including every
there one that can never be re who will soon be Inducted, makeIt duty with the Army in January. 'I, phase of the present struggle. All

placed Imperative that every delinquent Russell 1942. and in May 1943 his application I are reprinted from the Tampa Tri
Respectful. acceptable to the Armed Forcesbe By KayThe for active duty was again denied. I bune by special permission and the

E M. ROBINSON. made available for service therein book was edited and compiled byB'I'on
v- .--- --- Steven.and lithographedby
political pot really began to waved with vigor as the boys "overthere" In 1923 he married Mary Rebecca ,
In General Collins' own words Harwood of Saluda. Va., -whom, he j the Tribune Press. It Is without
bubble last week when West Florlda's |
State Chamber of are given a vivid assurance
"We are throcgh temporizing with had known since childhood.. They doubt the cleverest and most time
these delinquents. Our boys are Millard Caldwell tossed his |' of care, comfort and employment have two daughters. Sally Perkins j ly and Informative work yet Issuedin
sombrerl( into the gubernatorial
Commerce MeetsJacks'nvl1leOt.13IFNS dying all over the world today to Generalities In generous measure and Susan Beverly, both students connection with Wodld War II
ring and South Florida came forth <
protect the American wav- of life. I will leave the spellbound audiences of Leon High School. j as It Is a day-to-day history of events
and after November 1. any man with Ernest Graham. I adorned In rose colored glasses. Atypical Caldwell has had experience in'' in black and white as only

; )-The who deliberately tries to evade the Caldwell former congressman !I I outdoor "Fireside Chat. city county and state govern' I George White could convey it.
newly created Advertising Committee responsibilities Imposed on him by end state legislator, is a man of From the back of the platformwill ment While living in Milton he I Selling for $100 it should enjoya

of the Florida State Chamberof Selective Service to do his fair recognized ability. He knows his I then arise a ll'ngthy'legged I served as city attorney and as at' I ItOl'l1ey | wide circulation and certainly

Commerce, meeting at the share in upholding that way of "way around in the political arena lawyer modestly attired, dignified, for the Santa Rosa County'' deserves it. Copies may be secured
Roosevelt Hotel last week end. spent life Is either going Into the Armed and as a former colleague of Lex quiet even a bit reserved. Slowly Commissioners and the Board of direct from Byron S. Stevens, Tam

the better part of a day discussingthe Services or Into jail. ] Green, can talk with authority I and impressively, without harrart- Public Instruction. He was a mem. pa Morning Tribune Tampa.

all important question of keepIng -VPROiiIBITIONTSTS- about what the gentleman from gue or bluster, he will talk straight ber of the 1929 and 1931 sessions V
I Starke did or did not do on certain from the shoulder. His promises if Caldwell V
this state In the public mind TO HOLD i of the Florida Legislature. I
through an Intelligent and con II I occasions. any, will be few and certain of ful has 'been active In state and ATTENTIONRegistration
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structive advertising and publicity STATE CONVENTION IN |! Respected, not only In his own filment. He will give his listeners I local Democratic party affairs and -
program. ORLANDO OCTOBER 29TII i: district but throughout the state "j plenty to ponder over and think In civic and .fraternal work. I for Ration Book No.

Chairman J. Sexton Lloyd of Caldwell may be counted a real about but there will be little com In 1932 less than sixty days before 4, Friday and Saturday, October
contender, and his entry in the fort offered those who seek : 22 and 23, in the court room at the
Daytona Beach led off the discussion Stuart. Fla., Oct. 12-(Special) more the first primary, Caldwell
with a warning that folowlng State Chairman Fred E. Britten race will do Green no good. I "rocking chair" money,political advantage announced for Congress He made I Court Hou.e. Bring Book III, for
While Ernest Graham will bear Including less work borrowed on each member of your family registration
the war Florida will find herself released today a call for a mass the race on money I
facing stiff competition from hitherto Prohibition State Convention to be the label "Miami" It will be less of I and more pay While not loud the his Insurance policy, drove a Model will begin Friday after
a handicap to him than it might ,be I talk will be forceful and noon at 1:30: and close at 1:30: Will
unheard of resorts made easily held Friday. Oct. 29 1943 at 10 impressiveas A Ford 14800 miles, nailed up I
available by air transportation A. M. at the Central Christian to others, for he looks and acts and I I Is the man who makes -Mil- his own posters spoke 140( times in begin Saturday morning at 9 and

uch as Mexico, Brazil, Alaska and Church in Orlando, Florida to talks more like rural Florida north, i lard Caldwell. the final 30 days of the campaign, continue until 7:00: o'clock..
numerous other points.An elect delegates to the National south, east and west. As a success. '! The man from Miami should provide made no promises and won by a The local school faculty will be
:lul practical farmer with the smellof on hand to assist you. and it Is important -
all inclusive advertising pro Prohibition convention in Indiana. 'I'i a plea.-lng dissapolntment substastlal. mojorlty. Mlllard Cald
gram emphasizing development of polls bid., Nov 11-13. 1943; to the dairy barn on his clothes those who expect him to appear in well has never 'been defeated for that you register either
and the muck of the fields Friday cr; Saturday. One person
his
Industry and agriculture as well as nominate candidates; to elect a on white flannel trousers. two-toned public office
the and boots he 'can talk to rurallstj in hoes and set, He voluntarily retired from Con' may register for the entire family,
tourists was agreed upon by new state committee new : a sports coat. Heavy I
committee. state chairman and to provide for a language they understand with I with a shock of bushy gray hair gress on January 1, 1941 and established but you mut have book three with

It Is the de.Ire of the committeeto the nomination of Presidential electors out an Interpreter. I Senator Graham in a not too well a law office in Tallahas. I you for each one.
Local War Price and
work In harmony with state and according to the new state When one stops to vision the pressed suit, a shirt loose at the see. He is senior member of the
federal agencies and the effort dur three candidates on the stump to. throat and the look of a he man. law firm of Caldwell and Parker Rationing Board.

ing the war period would be design. law.This is the only state prohibition gether the picture presened is intriguing and a hard'worker Is certain to He and his family live five miles' v
ed primarily to keep Florida in the convention to 'be held before the : Green a beau brununel, win friends on his appearance In the country where he has a dal Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Reeves and
mind of the American public witha 1944 election and everybody Interested in neat and natty attire, with flowIng I alone. His smile is captivating be. ry farm and raises beef cattle. son Laurens, spent Sunday 'in Orlando

more extensive program to follow In prohibition Is urged to tie, sideburns and the suave cau.e it is real and not assumed During his four terms In Cong with their son Frank who la
the end of hostilities. attend. smooth appeal of the professional i i In fact, there Is nothing assumed ress he served on the Foreign Affairs attending high school at that

Considerable time was given to V politician. will offer glowing promises about him. The attire in which he and Appropriations Committees place. '

the matter of financing auch a Miss Francis Houchard who was designed to sway the downtrodden t I confronts his audience in Escambla He devoted special attentionto resent the-United States at the

program. Various suggestions were transferred to Wauchula by the''' destitute and underprivileged or Lake or Union, Is the same he America's foreign policy and In- Hague. Holland In 1938. and at

advanced all of which will be giv- Farm Security Administration Is The "Knight of Labor" will receive I wears unabashed on the streets of sisted on military prepardness. the Oslo Norway.. Conference In
(Continued on Page Two) spending this week here flowery tributes. The flag will be (Continued on Page Two) He was sent u a delegate to rep- 1939 .

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PAGE TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 194J
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I NOTICE I'1 RUSSELL KAY CITRUS INDUSTRY ,
(fHucchl1bllNdus[ Public is Asked to'
Gilbert Theatre
I TalUhaswe, lorlda, October 5, 1943 I
NOTICE Is hereby given that theTrustees (Continued from Page 1) CONCERNED OVER
Published Every Friday by the Join In Local '
downtown Miami.
of the Internal Improve'
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- I LABOR SHORTAGE; OkeechobecFriday
Ai farmer and
ment Fund of the State of Florida a practical dairyman
bee Okeechobee County, Florid Cemetery Clean-up will offer for sale and receive competitive he has "held the bag" with
Winter Haven Oct. 13- bids at Tallahassee, FlorIda the best of them and he knows how
BRYANT BOWDEN ... Editor Citrus and & Saturday
canners representatives
'- they are holding It now and why,
--- November 9 1943, at 12 o'clock i i (
Entered M second class matter i County and City officials seeingthe Noon for the following described and will In all probability have a of allied industries including manufacturers I

July 1. 1914 at the Poet Office In I need of doing something about land In Okeechobee County Flor I IIda : lot to say about it for he can talk of cattle feed, cans and j DOUBLE FBATDRB

Okeechobee Florida under the the sad condition of our local Evergreen : from personal experience. Blunt, containers: met here last week to I
Act of March 8, 1879.S718SCRTPTION. I which Is | set up a Polk County program for
his
cemetery, overgrown Unsurvejed NE'4' of SW'of I strong, and vlglrous, he tackles
with weeds and bushes and is the recruitment of sufficient labor I
an '. problems head on with courage.
RATE NW' SE' of NWU of
and i I 1 "Arizona Terrors"with
of
to Insure the full
I operation
One year In advance $200 eyesore to the whole community; NW'',, South of Hancock Me' '] putting everything he's got into II .
Six! months In advance ........ 1.00 are asking the citizens to join In a ander, and I the job 'till he gets it done, and I IhU I|i their. plants during the coming season -

Three months In advance .... .75 clean up of these premises and NW' of SE' of : record of success in his under
Unsurveyed I
have set aside Wednesdoy Oct. 20 NW1. and SW' of NE'4 of takings Is "outstanding.Like I Meeting with the group were R I II RED BARRY
Reading notices In local columns, as Cemetery Cleaning Day." They Me. I Caldwell, he'll be short on I W Robnett, state director of the -also-
NW South of Hancock
10 cents a line Rates for display are asking every citizen to join in I promises, but those he makes, he'llmean I U S. Employment Service and
ander
advertising furnished on application and the in hell C. Miller, in charge of the C'I
I help put property good and he'll carry out. come "Yokel Boy"with
In Section 32 Township 37
Classified advertising, 2 cents I I land of
office the USES.
condition for he's that kind of
each word per insertion. All items South, Range 35 East contain or high water I Both full
officials their
conducted for The Board of County Commls a man. He won't pussy foot or pledged
regarding enterprises ing 2837. acres, Okeechobee
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng property from the City of Okee Count State of Florida I beat around the bush. He hit I cooperation In the program and offered JOAN DAVIS
rates. chobce and Infuture will hire a full straight from the shoulder and he helpful suggestions for handl

____________ _____ i time caretaker for the cemeterys This notice is published in com and I hits hard. Because of that chaise Ing of recruits with the least pos. Also: CARTOON and LATE NEW.
Sections 27008
with
Advertising bills are payable on : of the county and believe If the 27009 pllance Florida Statutes 1941. I, terlstic he has failed to please sible] confusion and delay.

the first of each month. Parties public will join In and help to the rightto some folks, but he has plenty of C C. Street of the McDonald

unknown to publishers required to'' clean up the cemetery, the caretaker The Trustees reserve friends and supporters who will Corporation presided at the meetIng Sunday & MondayJANET
pay In advance. I I reject any and all btda. and called on H. W, Nelson of
can keep It In good shape at the back: him and stick with him and
Trustees of
By order of the
all times. Please remember the not ask "What's in It for ME?" the California Packing Corporationand
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L. Oovernor BLAIR
be there to do your part. If you I see it, I have known all threeof Committee for the State CannerjAssociation
... 1Ab.y" can't pos-ibly be there then send AttestF.: C. Elliot Secretary the candidates for many years, who outlined the work DON AMECHE

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done the committee
already by
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.11AVIB someone In your place like them all and admire cel.talnI
N H H. RAULERSON, I each them. an effort to Insure an adequate la -in"Something-
Mayor Miami Beach In December qualities In of
City of OkeechobeeC Members of the special advertlsIng The coming race should be one bor supply the coming season
.2 E. DRAWDYI Chairman, the and Russell Kay director of the Floil l to
committee are: Sexton J. Lloyd of most interesting impreasive
113o+id s.. : $ Board of Co. Commlsloners of Daytona Beach! C. D. Davenport in years and If there ever wasa da News Service who has been as Shout About"Also

-- I i I ----v --- of Tallahassee: Carl Hanton of Ft. time when the voters should consider slating the canners In securing pub
outlined what had been done : NEWS
liclty and
COMMUNITYSING
State Chamber Myers; Harold R. Davl, Miami and weigh their action it is
a'
'UORI IVA SOS"r Beach, Earl W. Brown, DeLand: the pie:ent There will be other from statewide standpoint and
; (Continued from 1)) candidates, of course and the picture pointed out that as the season got
Page
r /TOP THAT JO%; ;; Edward Ball Jacksonville; Leon
under way it would be necessaryfor
*1BYNtuMR'5 t tIUPlAR consideration. ard K Thompson, Miami; J. may change later on. but at
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i en full local canneries and allied in.
L'I the three hold
Cartrlght and Russell Kay. !II lI moment these men
tllPJ I Details will be worked out and a and of them dustrles to advertise In their local Wednesday Only
II I Crawford Rainwater and Adrian E, I II the spotlight none can .
I for to in effort workers I
| plan prepared presentation I Pensacola be discounted. paper an to secure
Langford.
I 1 I the Board of Directors of the from their immediate area.. Kay
The GREEN light no longer
- State Chamber of Commerce at V stated that Florida publishers were
is
shines the
Subscribe for The News;a I, their fall meeting to be held at I Send The News to friendsIPOSTED I lit and alone traffic; awaits warning the next light slgnal fully aware of the acute labor. JOAN CRAWFORD

-- I shortage and the need of maintainIng JOHN WAYNEPHILIP
our packing, canning and allied
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''lillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIII111111111111111111111111NN'IIIIIIIIIIII IIINIIIII! IIIIIIIIIINIIfINN41NIIHIIIININIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII! I'' tHoU MacDONALD HAD A FARM' plants In full operation and could DORNin

By Russell Kay be counted upon to render aid He -
stated that paid advertising in

OJQ MacDonald HAD a farm, local area newspapers at the proper "Reunion In France"

A. A. A. Eje.O time would attract a large per

I But en that farm he's fat from centage of the help needed I II ALSO CARTOON

FREE. Advance publicity is designed to I

A. A. A. Eje-O I I impies upon the public the fact: I I .

With a quota quota here I that work in citrus plants is Just as Coming Attractions I I

AA quota, quota there. I' essential as any' other war Industry I !

Here a quota. there a quota I'I and to encourage housewives and I II
Everywhere a quota others not now employed to take

--. A. A. A. Eje-O I I lIch employment during the sea CHINA
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; son as a patriotic contribution to
PALM BEACH STORY \
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.j .. .. ..'... .. .. I Old M.\cDonald HAD a farm, I Ii I I I the war effort.
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A. A. A. Eye-O .
But on that farm he grows no Florida's big citrus crop Is be

; crops ginning to move. Soon packing 1 THE BLACK SWAN I

I" A. A. A. E 'e-O houses and canning plants throughout I _____
"Klfl With a do'nt dont here, the citrus area will need thous NOTICE OF ELECTION

; fJi! TRESPASSING3f; And a don't don't there ands of workers if we are to supply ;|

F:1 V 1 Here a don't there a don't, our armed forces and lend-lea.se | Notice is hereby given that an

: Everywhere a don't. don't with millions of boxes of canned election will be held in each and

Old MacDonald HAD a form, and processed fruit and Juice required | every Special Tax School District

\. A. A. Eje-0 I If you are unemployed why II | of Okeechobee County on the Sec

; I not help out by working part or ond day of November 1943 towit

Old MacDonald HAD a farm full timt In a nearby canning 01 :
pL Special Tax School District No.
Li I A. A. A. Eye-O processing plant i i
v I One at the County Court House In
But on that farm he had no help.
-- The Florida State Chiropractor'sAssoc'ation : Okeechobee Florida. The following
5 Old MacDonald HAD a farm,
I Clerk and Inspectors to hold said
will ho'd it's annual
With a hand short here
-- 'And a' hand short there I Educational Session as requiredfor election: Z. K. Williams! Clerk; C.
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J I Here a shortage, there a shortage, ren* val of Florida! state lI-enSos A. Fulforld! Mrs. Ruby Hancock K,

1 1J= Everywhere a labor sh/ rtage.I at the Hillsboro Hotel In Tampa, L. Worth. Inspectors

J= I Old MacDonald HAD a farm, October! 14. 13 and 16 a soclatlon | Special Tax School District No.

It will not be long now until the hunt- II I I A. A. A. Eje.O officials announced.v
The scrap drive is on again and and Inspectors to hold said elee-
Old MacDonald HAD a farm
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;; ing season will open. If you intend, to ii A. A. A. E 'e.O PI'en ore is urged to cooperate. In tlon: Mrs Esteln Lee Clerk: Mrs
1 Bertha Ann Swain, Mrs. Sylvia
But on that farm he's just a slave. I many communities! school children!
A. A. A. E 'e-O j ';ir-'Ms Jir::".r Commandos are Parker, Jasper Lee Inspectors.

LI post your land against trespassing according For he can't raise this ', collecting! waste fa: \In house to Special Tax School District No.
He can't raise thatIt's house drives while others are gath I II Three at the Grocery Store BuildIng -

erlng scrap metal waste pept'r'' Basjnger, Florida. The followIng .
here a can't, there a can't
I to law order POSTED signs I Everywhere a can't, can't I newspapers. old magazines: and nth I Clerk and Inspectors to hold

Old MacDonald HAD a farm, "1' m' tertals! neMerl in the war effort said election; Zeb Durrance, Clerk:

A A A. Eje-O Florida has hung up an enviable Henry Sloan Fred Sparkman,

printed with your name as owner or l : record so fir and the De- Maurice Lofton. Inspectors.
I Special Tax School.
Old MacDonald HAD a farm fense Council urges your all out1support District No,
again. Four at Reese Upthegrove's Store
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A. Eje-O
agent at nominal cost. But In that farm he had no heart --Vi ----- Upthegrove Beach. Florida The

A. A. A. Eje-O I You give to all War Relief Agcn following Clerk and Inspectors to

With a price freeze here !I ties when you give to the Florida hold said election Mrs OvedaBa

i A price squeeze there, War Fund. Every Floridian should s, Clerk: N. F. Norton. Mrs,

__ I Here! a freeze there a squeeze support this worthy effort. Help !I Reese Upthegrove C N. Stratum,

= Everywhere a freeze squeeze salvage lIe and hope. GIVE to the Inspectois
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Old MacDonald HAD a farm,
: A. A. A. Eye-O I Five In the residence of J. M.

p I Student nurse are urgently I Scott, Eagle Bay Florida.. The following -

;: r ,I I Old MacDonald HAD a farm, needed Encourage young girls of Clerk and Inspectors to

rH I I I A.. A. A. Eye-O your acquaintance to Join U. S, hold said election: J. M Scott, ,

-,. I But on that farm he has no gas Cadet Nur.e Corps and relieve a' Clerk Albert Harden Oscar Bass,

s I I A A. A. Eye-O trained one for service with the ROSJ Holley Inspectors.

S<> he can't go here armed forces Inquire at any hos Said election In each of the

there pltal. Special Tax School District shallbe
," And he can't go ,
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Here he's stuck there he') stuck,
Everywhere he's stuck stuck. Columnists: and paragraphers are (3) school trustees for each of the

Old MacDonald HAD a farm, having fun wish prospective gubernatorial i I said districts to serve for the en

THE OKEECHOBFLNvs[ [ A. A. A. Eye-O candidates They are reoI suing wo years and of determln. ..

furring to "Dewey or DYE" of Bra 1 I I ing the amount of millage to be

; Old MacDonald HAD a farm denton and are now asking If Senator j i,1. levied therein for the same period
of
10r- :-= I! A A A. Eye-O Graham Is a "Cracker" and time.
10r 1 But went nutty long ago | how much 'Long GREEN" will be'I i i At said election only the quallI -

bet Lex.While fled voteis residing in the said
A. A. A. Eye-O :an I i I
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headache here, > District \
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; ; And a heartache there, I the use of skim milk! Is'
property, shall be entitled to vote
Here an ache there an ache. necessary to some:: extent in the
and said election shall be held and
% -== Everywhere an ache ache. feeding of young calves the
conducted In the
Old MscDnniM HAD a farm National Dairy Council urges farm manner prescribed
by law for holding such election
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the T-lilrrmm! and \ubstihite other

fee-iings, thus turning more milk Board of Public Instruction
g I1U for Okeechobee County, Florida..
Ar ncu.M ea give In fo !:iim'm consumption to relieve
nut upping year p-yrall say- the mtloml milk shortage. W D. COKER, ChairmanH.
r Inn will pltM Hitler, Hlrhlta *. V I H. HANCOCK, Superintendent

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I) An improved st. Ann's team ov appear to think that run

Editor'In Chief Harry Oreenberger( | erpowered Okeechobee Catfish by a TUESDAY, OCT. /8, 1943 ping a newspaper) is easy, but from

Assistant Editor Betty Mae Thomas score of 18 0 The Catfish did not The Rev. Sargent, who I is holdingthe I experience we can say that it is

Sports Reporter. Porky Draughon I show up as well as they did in the I revival services at the Method no picnic, because readers are hardto

Chapel Reporter Jean Lee | game with Ft, Pierce. Due to the I 1st Church this week, was our please.If ,

Raulersonl j loss of several players, the Catfish speaker. We enjoyed( very much his we print jokes people say we ,

Class Reporter ... .. Ellis 'fnraughon, had practically a new backfield. i talk on the Cruclflctlon of Christ. are silly. ,

Social Reporters .. Zelda Johnson, The Catfish were also hampered) by After he and Reverend Howell, If we don't they say we are too
Joe Underhill a lack of practice, due to the short who was also our guest, left Do serious pzvtcrosr SOttHUONWCOMIMWHS i *

: I age of time and the weather! St. 'I mer Wilson the F. F. A president If we clip things from other pipcrs
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Ann's was superior in running and | took charge and proceeded to '! ) we are too lazy to write theif ATUAIT 1094 I
ELEMENTARY NOTESNews blocking attacks. The only threat all the new members of the F. P.I'I ourselves. OTEARNINGSMWAR IT -

I the Catfish made was In the second A to the stage where for our enJoyment I If we don't we are stuck on out 1 BONOS

comes from the Sixth, half when Elledge found his mark they staged a hog calling own tuff.

grade that they have elected their with several passes. contest. "Snooks" Watford was the I If we stick close to the Job all -till.

officers for this year. They are as Our next game will be with Pa winner of this contest and was day we ought to be out hunting

follows: I hokee tonight In Pahokee. The i awarded a straw hat. I ne"3.

Mrs Hutto'i Room Catfish have had a hard week of I The Reverend was also our guest If we get out and try to hustle.
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Harry A Louthan! President. I practice and will in all probabilityshow Wednesday morning and we ought to be on the Job In the

Mow Joiner, V, President. up better than they did in looking forward to Friday morning'I office.If .
Polly Oienberger, Secretary the game with St. Ann's. when he will again be our guest we make a change in the oth I 11.3.'rc.ws Dgs. a.rlraa_.1, vvr.u.y,,, -''.'' ......wr a. ,

Eloise Collins, Treasurer. Our team appreciates the enthu- J. L. R. I er fellow's copy, we are too critical. !
Mickey Evans Sergeant Arms. siasm displayed by the pep squad. V If we don't we are asleep. ,I SINCERITY Rrtph! H Cake president of the
It needs everybody's support so : Now like not. will United States Saving and Loan
.ome
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Gordon GroomReporter.. Registration official: "Where guy saywe ,,I -t
Mrs. John on'. Room come on out and do your. part were you born :1 swiped this from another paper.And Sincerity end truth are the basis League urws po t war p'nnniru;
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'of every virtue Conrucius., by individuals who desire
a new
Clyde Morgan, President. -- V--- Girl: "Nebraska." we did I IWM
Sincerity ia the indispensablei home and
suggests they systcmat
Mose Joiner, V President, The student was asked to para. Official: "What part?" | --vt -- .
i ground of all conscientiousness and !Ically set aside an investment in
Wanda Nix, Secretary.Ira phra- the sentence, "he was benton Girl: "Why, all of me, you sap." ,
I Bonds should moan bv consequence of all heartfelt re war bonds as a building fund. The
Mason, Treasurer. seeing her"He
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you liglon league hay established a Home
Marvin Thomas. Sergeant At wrote "the sight of her doub You can tell a good milk cow by Just "a (food Round Inveittnrnt A deep sincerity is ure of success.f Planners' Institute which offers
Arms I led him ." I' !It ,
up. her rudder. i jurr IK:t ournp'f.
I God takes care of it free courses to those who )piin i

--Mary Baket Eddy. post war home

SUGAR CORP. PLANS I plans for further diversification of Th e degree to which the mall. Nothing more completely: bafflesone .
Mrs W. B. H.irgravcs carriedto
was
I its production and more efficient power shortage and absenteeism U who Is full of trick and duplicity
HUGE EXPANSION utilization of its by-products and affecting the drug Industry was Miami Wednesday where the thon strnlght'oward and aim 7oRelleveMisery ..

FOLLOWING WAR wastes, as well as ways and means brought out last week at the annu was placed In the Jackson Memo pe! integrity in another.-Colton. 01 9
i for al convention of the National rial Sincerity is impossible unless i i' i1 "
I improving operations and re.1 Hospital and will undergo an ,0)
Clewlston. Oct. 13-(FNS)-Presi | duclng operating costs. all of which { Wholesale held Druggists' Association operation the first cf next wc.'kShe pervade the whole being, and t t..1" .. .) ii1 If ,
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dent Clarence R. Bitting of the should aid In providing employmentfor I Chicago. Speaking on the was carried to Miami her pretense of It :spy the very faun ff I Hifltt
by .o.fer tiI
1 subject Harvey Saul, of the National J'. .,;,
United States dation of character.James
Sugar Corporation those whom it Is hoped will Charles (
son who returned home .
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I Association of Manufacturers "
announced last week that the organization soon be returning to civilian life" \estcrda\ Russell Lowell.! 'UIJ -

plans a ten million dollar j Bitting said. ,| revealed that two and a half mil _.,. ..
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war. | Miss Alice Bass I; again at the I studies revealing that nearly all absences ..... .. < ...... ......... ..- .,_...

Bitting said the program Is designed office of the Florida. Power and Is among about 15 )per cent

to meet postwar economic Light Company after spending a 1 j of employees Labor. managementand .
conditions and to provide employ I short vacation with friends and the government must work to "' ., ,

ment for hundreds of men return relatives in Tampa, j i io get:.er to solve the problem. he \ \ -

Ing to civilian life from the armed j ii i I said. V IIF L.10 \ :> \I ..." e
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i I While our Bond dollars will aid
The plan calls for a greatly ex turned to her home here after ,
panded livestock program facilities'for upending a month with her son I j In shortening the period of death ; : "; :1.A ?

j the production (of root type Lieutenant R. E, McLaughlin Jr. in and destruction, the dollars we give ; r, J' rn Nn
( the Florida War Fund, Inc.111
starches and stock feed a solvent California. She has again opened "1-- .
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producing unit a vegetable oil, fat her boarding house and Invites her I bring aid and comfort to those who H
modernl- old customers su well as new ones suffer all over the world It Is A I Vi' -
and protein project and j V" I .Jjz ,-,., ,
zation and electrification of the to come around and enjoy her united appeal of all amide and "

Clewlston plant. home-cooked meals I funds are urgently needed to ad I -

"The corporation has been giving! vance this humantarlan work It is ..

serious study and consideration to News printing satisfies. I II your duty and your blessed privil- .- f.1
I ege to help those less fortunate in
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bl/ Joe Marsh j WAR BONDS rI, -s -'
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I anti-tank guns are dubbed "tank e
Dan Miles allows he's swim for years, and 75% of us dig our I killers." They are attached to the
ming right In style these days. own graves with our teeth." I infantry, not the fluid artillery, and j .
Dan's always made a point of From where I sit, this new cost approximately $8,500 each. They ,'v
finishing up whatever food was style In eating may lead to mod I have proved particularly effective Sa, d'. 1'f 1

nut before him. "Don't make eration, and moderation has in anti-tank warfare. 4 > .

.-onfe to waste food Jest to be never hurt anybody ,,-vt
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stjilsh," he says. In fact, you find moderationand .
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\< w out comes' an etiquettenutiurity tolerance go hand in hand ..'.
who sa8It'li wartime whether It's what you rat or
f.i'>>hioii to take only what jou're what you think..Or whether I T rT"t f'

going to eat-and finish It up one man prefers a moderate I .iI ..
('leun-because "Food Fights for glass of beer when you yourself I (Z.,
Freedom.: would rather have a soda. i > 1(11... .. Lw'
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As Doc Mitchell says, "Most ,........ '" "'I'I' jI/II'
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folks eat too much anyway. Man 8 1t I JI" '1i<
and boy, I've watched this town I They are mob.le mounted on au- -
tomobila tires and can be rapidly : -AND FLORIDA MOTOR LINES BUSES
i whisked from place to place. Your
Ao. 71 of a Series Copyright, 1913, Brewing Industry Foundation ;i purchase of War Bond will help 1 ARE PART OF ITS FIGHTING POWER i
-. the cost of these field pieces so
!iiI\ii.I'I'!! -!:'" .-..-....., -,4f,...., .....".. ., .. pay necessary for our Army In this War I ;
Join the Payroll gavAut 1'lan at
your office or factory and let'l "Top : Florida is America in cross-section cally conserving vital materials '
that ten percent" by investing at
least ten percent of your Income in fighting mad and fighting hard, doing giving wartime travel informatlonI -

rOTICE, TO War Bonds. U. S. lnu.'JI Drrarlmrrr i I its level best to back up our troops handling baggage.

V : across the seas with the home-front. : cooperation ., As our share in this state's joint war

With manufactured ice a dominant they must have. program, Florida Motor Lines is taking

factor in the movement and ,,::..::t:""--' .,
I local boys to induction centers-and
preservation of Florida's perlihable All of us in or Id"t. putting the our

fruit and vegetable crops, Florida bringing them back home from training
ice manufacturers are pooling their drive that counts behind the particular I I
rUBLC I on well-earned leaves. We are
knowledge and experience to Insurea jobs that are ours to do-whether it's camps

maximum output, and plants are I transporting our Florida neighbors totlc'r
,being improved and expanded sending our men to the colors-building
where possible Wartime their vital jobs in war plants and on
demands
sad
: guns ships and planes-buying
coupled with increased civilian use farms. We are keeping essential travelon
of Ice, hit the Industry hard last bonds-or moving I manpower.
Due to ill health and shortage of help, no the move-linking this state with
summer while the coming shipping up
work be taken in
more machine can at our
season presents another problem Florida men and women loyal Florida other area where the Nation's war
thop.lt is our intention to complete all work on Had it not been for efficient leadership I every .

hand, and then the shop will be closed permanently In the Industry the shortage Motor Lines employees, are busy beeping activities are centered.

Please do not ask us to take in any work. during: the summer would have I our buses rolling to help keep our Florida is in this fight to winwewar

Shop is for sale. If anyone is interested in buy- been even more acute. I
effort in high/ gear. They're driv. didn't start the fight but we're going to
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ing same, see owner.I -- --V-----
trig the buses-keeping/ them mechani finish it I ii

wish to thank the public for past patronage.DCMER'S The Army emergency Relief received ..

$230,000 for the screen. rightsto UNION BUS STATION N. I. !lit Slrt. *( JrJ Ave Mien J-4MS
"This Is the Army", and in addition I i|
MIAMI EACH BUS DEPOT 1)1 Wellington Av.. Phase I-UI2
receives proceeds from the ,j
premiere showings now being' I
MACHINE SHOP
staged at various theatres throughout | fZThXOTOflJjjdE: $ 'I"
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Okeechobee, Florida !the state. Army Relief points ,
with pride that 99 W of every dol.
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