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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: November 5, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 29-Number 20 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 5, 1943 Price Five Cents I

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Hews Of Our (I'L. LAWRENCE: McCARTllV AND: ; Those A E. II. HUNT HEl'UREDlOME: I Okeechobee
BoysIn I MlhS ALICE MURPHY\ MARRIED Seeking KHOM MINNESOTA: HUNTING: School Trustees Are

''AT WINTER IIUEN WEDNESDAY TRIP WEDNESDAY

Various CampsAt I Deferment Should All Reelected Without OppositionWith

I t'pl.( | Lawrence McCarthy of the E. 11, Hunt returned to his home

Home & AbroadAviation Alice Army Murphy Air Base of at Spuulcling Bill tow and Neb Mn-. : Take Action SoonI days here hunting Wednesday pheasants after spending in Minne ten I Very Few Voters At Polls

were married at Winter Haven on.dllolda I _
sota. Mr. Hunt stated after his return I -
',. last week. The PVRENT-TEACHERS: TO
\\ of cere.I I
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Raulerson
Cadet Connie that hunting pheasants In that In the
who nil" 'ii'lucessan men regular biennial election of
arrived in Okeechobee Wednesday | nJony was performed at St. Joseph'sChurch country was real and he enjoyed HOLD IMPORTANT MEETINGAT : School
in c .ni'Html 1I"lu.tr\ must file in- sport Trustees for the next two
3:30 MONDAY AFTERNOON r
night and is spending a ten day furlough Catholic forn'ation ns to their occupational every minute of the trip. : yean held In the county Tuesday
here with Mr. and Mrs C. | After the ceremony they left for After leaving Minnesota the party the
statue with their, Selective Service smallest vote ever to be cast
C. McCain and family Connie Is Miami where they spent several days '. returned by the of Chicago There will be a meeting of the in
loin I hoimlx lit once' said General way Okeechobee was cast In the Okee
stationed with the Army Air Forces j I honeymooning. After leaving Miami| Celling State Director of Selective where they spent several days seeing Parent Teacher Association in the chobee district only 22 votes were

at Camp Gireadeau Mo. !they stopped off In Okeechobee and Service, in a news conference re- I the sights of that city. From there school building Monday afternoon cast
the here with Mr. and Nov 8, at 830. This Is
i!spent day an Import.
S e eWe they left for the return trip home The
cently. Prior to October let fathers present trustees of the Okee
i Mrs J. D. McCarthy and Mrs. D. B. ant meeting, since this organization
are In recelpe of Informationthat were deferred Class III A, now I returning to Fort Pierce on the chobee district were all reelected
McCarthy I and family, has gotten off to a fine start this
Lum D. Qunrles has been pro that deferment on account of famih stream lined Florida East Coast without opposition, They are Annie
Cpl, McCarthy has been transfer- year. Full report of student cooperation .
moted to the rank of corporal and relationship has been removed tiain where :Mrs[ Hunt met him to M. Raulerson, H. L. Elledge and J.
rid from Burtovc to Madison. Wis I both aa to membership drive
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has arrived safely somewhere overseas local boards are busily engaged In bring him home. Hi brought ten of M. Roe, Sr.
I and hI' and his bride will leave Bar- and financial aid, and return from
,
He asks that hi. friends write reclassifying fathers from this I. the bird hoi with him I The voters were also called on
ti'\\ Satuila01!' that army base I I the the Halowe'en Carnival, will be
him the \ address In local boards VI ----- I to vote the
at following : ?,,y, ,. -- liroup. reclassifying given. Officials of this organization on millage levy for
Cpl. Lum D. Queries, 34537278 must have Information regarding the school purposes in the various districts
Two Are requested the News to extend sincere .
Held
189th Station Hospital A. P 0. Gantt Is Clearedof occupational status of these registrants In thanks to the public for cooperation All of the districts voted fora

615, In care of the Postmaster New If they are to be consideredfor I 7 mill levy except the Utopia and

York. Murder deferment for this reason Death of PhelpsAt during the past few weeks, Eagle Bay districts which voted 10
ChargeIn ; I especially at the Carnival.
e s e Registrants who are aelf-emplo\ed and 8 tills, respectively
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Since this is a very important
In essential and are thereto The Trustees elected
necessary at Tuesday'selection
Salter Watford left today to return A Road meeting, all members are urgently
to the Naval Training station Scott Killing[ should Immediately file with the Camp requested" to attend.Weekly will serve for two years and
local board DSS Form 42-A, Requestfor the
millage levy will also hold for
at Bainbridge Md.. after spendinga I V _
week here with hi. parents, Mr. Occupational Deferment setting Key West No1 A coroner'juryy two years. Voting was limited to

and Mrs Alto Watford. Salter A circuit court jur 'rlda.% returned forth their occupational status. Employers which held an inquest Friday'; Digest those who pay either real or person-
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a verdict of "Not Guilty" in of registrants engaged In es- al! property tax.
says there are several Okeechobee Into the death last Saturday at a
the case of ('. C. Gantt. who was %ntlal industry should file this form Following li a list of those elected .
boy at that training camp and all state road department camp on Of Rationing i
charged with second degree murderin immediately on all fathers now classified from each district:
are getting along fine and like the Sugar Loaf Key of J. T. Phelps 41. I
the death of Hurley Scott in the In Class III[-A who are necessary Special Tax School District No.
Navy. He says he has gained 27 Okeechobee found that the state
Gantt Building on the night of May men.Failure i News From OPA One-Annie\ Raulerson, Harry L
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road
pounds since he entered the Navy. employe came to his death by
Kth. The jury returned Its verdict to file this Information
S e e the criminal negligence of Richard Elledge J.I.\ Roe, Sr.
after a short deliberation. prior to the time that the local Millage, voted: 7 mills
Tom Simmons, Jr., arrived home Cooper 23 negro from Perrlne, and
The only witness for the defense board considers the registrant's Ration Book 4 Tax School
Special District No
last week from the Naval Training Willie Collier, 21, negro of Home
station at Bainbridge. Md., and Is was the defendant himself who testified classification eliminate the employer's ,, stead flondmns will begin using their Two-Jasper Lee Estelle Lee, Bertha
In his own behalf. lie stated right of appeal should the registrant new Ration book 4 on November lit I Swain.
spending this week here with his Cooper was the driver and Collier\
that after working about 16 hourshe be placed In Class I A. With-'' Eventually, when all of the couponsIn Millage voted: 7 mills
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simmons
parents an occupant of the truck which
had retired to his apartment out such Information being In the other book. are used up, the new Special Tax School District No.
Sr. lie has been confined to his struck Phelps and then crashed into .
which he was occupying alone, and registrant's Mo loci boards are precluded book will replace the others, which Three Floyd Thoma.I\ iI ton
home since arriving here with a
the office of the of
paymaster I
was anti-op. Shortly after midnight, from placing the registrant means that housewives will have 1 Thompson Fred Sparkman.

severe cold SJ W W he stated he was awakened by a In any deferred classification on the state road department pocketbooks with fewer bulges. \Millage voted: 7 mills
:, In voluntary statement to the
A letter received here this week commotion at the door of the apartment occupational grounds. a Jams, jellies, preserves and fruit Special Tax School District No.
jury Cooper said that he lost
from Staff Sergeant Merrill P. Hardy as if someone trying to enter. Registrants are again urged to main con butters will go on sale again Nov. J JI ]F'our-Rouel) Nix, H G. Lowe, El-
that he has arrived Since he had he stated between 'turn close contact with their local trol of the truck when ember tat also Sale of these Item. I bert Upthegrove.

safely announces somewhere In India but does three and four hundred dollars inI boards and to keep these bonrds conItnntly grabbed the steering wheel. cOllieI'I'I has been frozen since October 23. Millage voted: 10 mills '
not the regular driver of the
not give the place. In his letter he cash In the, apartment with him Informed of any change In Housewives are hoping that ration Special Tax School District No.
hel Peace Justice Raoul Carbonell I.
asks that Okeechobee News be thought' someone was trying ntntiis or address ing will put these goodies back on Five-John Whidden, Clarence Lightecy -
tee in him rob him. He aced. manslaughter warrants against shelvee'whea4hs: .
each week. break on and V the- / may be ob- J..VT. Scott. r
sent to him "
S e 1 said i he called out more than once to I UO 'ALS-C.REENBERGER Cooper and Collier and'placed their talned by anyone who wants to Millage noted: 8 mills.
the not to In, and i i bonds at 12,600 each. They were unable his
Lieutenant Donald Barber of the warn person come I spend points In that manner. V ?
Field then shot through! the door. I to M aka bond and are held In Many groceries In the state have not
Army air base at Hendricks Mr, and Mrs. L A. Royals of Moore .
county jail. Gives AdviceOn
Sebring, spent last week end with There were several witnesses called I Haven announce the V. had jellies or preserves for several Mayo %11
engrgementi -- --
for the state Including former ( weeks
Okeechobee. I
friends and relatives In lof their daughter Dahlia, to JerryE. County Judge T. W. Conely Jr.,
S e e city marshal!, J. B. Buxton and '' Green stamps A, B, and C from I Hunters
Greenberger, of Okeechobee. The and Roy R. Raulerson clerk of the Safety
Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Norman are Sheriff J. J. Wiggins who testifiedto Book 4 may be used from November
date for the wedding has not been circuit; court were business visitors.
in receipt of a letter from their son, the circumstances after the shot 1 through December 20, for processed
fired and they were called to set.Moore Haven Democrat II II | in Fort Pierce Tuesday I foods. Blue X V and Z Tallahassee
Pfc. Henry L. Shaw who has spent was t I stamps -- Stating that continued

the, past eighteen months in the the scene and Dr. D. M. Diaughn in Book 2 validdated for October I education In the proper use

Pacific and was one of those who who testified aa to the medical \may also be used thr ugh November of guns and firearms will necessarl.

on Guadalcanal during the cause of Scott's death Other witnesses 1 20. i Iy: reduce the unusual number of

\ hard were fighting there Is well and getting were Mrs. Dick Lowe and Too Late to Classify I'o'nt'alue Changes, Processed hunting accidents, the Honorable

along fine. He has recently been I her daughter! Hazel now Mrs Gai Foods Nahtan \Mayo, Commissioner of Agrl-

transferred to New: Guiena. I ney, who live In another apartment The new November point value'culeure, who himself is a great

e I In the same building, and Corporal By Russell Kay chart lists 12 point changes in can :sportsman, offers the following\ suggestions

Malcolm Simmons who has been 1 Harry Marchini, and Purvis Howard I ned and bottled fruits, vegetables and urges the public to observe

stationed with the Naval forces at who had accompanied Scott to Moore and juices, nine up and three down. these common sense rules!

Miami for the past year has been Haven and had parked the car across I-The Florida Labor Advocate pub bers. While Townsendnites are pretty >| Other changes Include the elimination 1. Never allow the muzzle of a

transferred to the Naval Air Stationat the street from the Gantt Building by Charlie Silvia, former much disorganized as a group, i I from rationing of pickled, splc- gun to point at anything but what

Jacksonville The group were at a dance In Palm. president of the Florida Federationof the old age pennon Idea still ed, and brandied fruit you intend to shoot at.

V dale the testimony showed when Labor and recognized as the has a tremendous appeal and although I Jams, preserves and non-cftrus 2. Do not load guns when the muzzle -

Scott decided to come to Moore Haven leading mouthpiece of the A F of L, the "old folk*" have been marmalades are assigned a point val- : is pointed at any part of your

Aid of Press Is to buy another bottle of whis has announced that Senator Raymond 'going on one sieigh-ride after another I ue of ilx points per pound, ration body or person, or stand In frontf

key and asked Marchini to bring Sheldon of Tampa, will be a on the fervent pledget of po- value of Jellies and fruit butters li anyone who li loading a gun.

Cited In Loan him In-, Howard testified that he ,I candidate for Governor. litical aspirants, from Constable to i I set at four points per pound. Citrus 3. Never shoot a gun without first

heard they were driving to Moore II If the Advocate it correct, this I United States Senator, it stands to marmalade I li given a Zero point, pening the breech to be sure t:

Haven and since he wa looking fora puts an entirely new complexion on .! reason they can be fooled again just value because the supply I Is plentifuL gun is empty, and looking throughthe

Washington Nov. 1-The impact ride to town asked them to bring the gubernatorial melee, brighten las they have in the past Colt to see that It Is cleat.: .

of newspaper cooperation In the him along. ing the picture considerably for !' But It happens that Lex Green Point value changes are as follows 4. Do not carry guns loaded except

third war loan drive extends beyondthe The defense was represented byS. some aspirants and dampening the !'looks to these same rich and [lujcioui : when hunting, and then be lure that

success of the loan Itself to the Watt Lawler of Fort Myers prospects of others. | fields for the votes he needsto Point Increases: Apples, berries they are locked in a safe position,

very basis of the unified nationalwar State's Attorney Clyde Wilson was Because of hie long and consistent I gain the Illustrious title of fruit cocktail, pears and pineapple for falls\ frequently throw off the

effort, Frank E. Tripp, chair. assisted by G. C. Durrance of Okee service to the cause of organized, Chief Executive. Hie record In the In the canned or bottled fruit safety catch.

man of the Allied newspaper council chobee. labor ai represented by the A. F. of matter of winning votes and In. gory canned pinup pel Juice, tomato It Is good to remember concluded

said recently The jurors were F. B. Mills, foreman L, both In his private practice of i j I Ifluencing voters speaks fo- Itself catsup or chill sauce and the Mr. Mayo that a 22-caliber bul

"It's value to the armed forces at Oscar Langdale, James C. law and as their legal represents- and anybody who beats him at It will two tomato sauces those containingover 1 let will travel 3-4 of a mile and

the front li Incalculable" laid the Smith, Reuben Dees, P. G. Andrews I hive and spokiman as a r.e.rber of have to be plenty good, particularly ,5 per cent tomato solids, and ricochet a long way across water;

manager of the Gannett newspaper and N. P. Larsen.-Moore Haven ''the Legislature, Sheldon is justified i,,In appealing to the "old folks" and these In combination packages with and certainly no one will lean a

chain, who headed the newspaper Democrat II in assuming that ai a candidate for to labor. These fields have already cheese. gun on a fence In luch a position

group cooperation with the treas ( Governor he would fall heir to the been posted "Lex Green-No Tres Point Value Changes Meats V '
ury. !I I solid labor vote of the stato and be'passing". Having shepherded these The November point chart for I Is crawling over the fence. Be sure
FOOD PRODUCTION AND: I I I
"Down in the smallest communities able to look in this direction for fin. flocks for lo these many years it meats shows that creamery butter 1 I to give your gun a thorough cleanIng -
WAR TRAINING PROGRAM TO
hundreds ef messages entered ancial support as well. 1 tands to reason that Mr. Green will remains at IS point a pound, while I as soon ai you are through firIng. -
SCHOOLThe
BEGIN IN HIGH
every household and talked not aloneof lie il undoubtedly counting alsoon not relinquish his claim without a farm butter li raised from 10 to 12: I .

dollars needed but emphasizedthe a strong following among what is struggle points Margarine, used as butter W_ _

Importance of the people's support Vocational Agriculture Department left of the depleted ranks of the With Green generally accepted as substitute, Increases to 6 points,, OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL

In every phase of the war." Is going to sponsor a series Townsendites since he has with "the man to beat", the entry of Shel over a previous 4 points EDUCATION WEEK WITH

Tripp reported 118 million lines of of Food Production and War equal consistency played ball with don will do the Gentleman from Cheeses in Group II Increase from i SPECIAL PROGRAM NOV. 11i

advertising went Into the campaign, Training courses at the Okeechobee them, losing no opportunity to render Starke no good. Political history :3 to B points. -

and more than 81,200,00 lines in the High School building. lip service at their gatheringsand shows that despite the claims of Its Forty-two, pork, lamb and mutton i The local ichool Is planning a

news stories and other publicity. Beginning Monday flight Nov. 8th pleading their cause in legislative leaders labor does not enter the Items were cut one to two points to> full afternoon of entertainment on

"Never was there so much printedon at 7 o'clock, a course in woodwork. halls. booth with a ring in its nose The make possible a 6 per cent Increasein i November 11th In an educational

a single topic," he said, "and Ing will be started. All out-of'ichool Thus It would seem that the following rank and file think for themselves consumer allowance\ of all ration program to be held at the school aU-

never did equal public reaction reMn. boys over 14 year. of age and seniors of the agrresslve young senator and vote as their conscience dictates ed meats the month. Boned and ditorium. The program will get un-

In high school are eligible for from Hillsborough In a gubernatorial and while both Sheldon and boneless, sliced went up 1 point. No der way at one-thirty and will be

suit"V--- enrollment In the woodworkingclass. race would come largely Green might each count on a sizeable point reductions were made In beefcuts. featured by tho glee club and speak-

Eugenia Simmons who has Beginning Monday night, from these two avenuei. Viewing the labor rote, It would still be a split Shortening salad and cookingoils ers of note. It ii expected that the

been employed In Miami for th Nov. 15 at 7:30: o'clock there will situation In the light of the present vote In their case and other candidates are Increased 1 point to 6 pointsa main address will\ be delivered by

the past four months arrived In be courses pertaining to Increasesd day conditions It would appear that would poll a goodly share between pound. Judge Kanfter of Stuart. Parent and

Okeechobee today and Is spending production of poultry for meat and any candidate able to command inch them. The same goes for the V friends of the school are Invited to

today and tomorrow here. She will eggs. Thli course will\ run four a following would have a big edge "old folks". Mr. and Mrs Russell Peterson of be present for this program.

lUTe tomorrow for Jocksonirllle nights a week for Florida labor In the past two> So this leaves Millard Caldwell In Fort Valley, Ga., are spending this V

where ihe will make her home. Those Interested In any one cf year has enlarged it. membershipto 1 a much more favorable position. week In Okeechobee with their brother Allen and Roscoe Markham and

these courses are advised to Inquireat where It present a formidablebloc Without being tagged a "labor can In law and sister In law, Mr. andMn. Russell Peterson were visitors spending .

Subscribe for The News. the high school building. from the itandpolnt of nom (Continued on Page Two) Roscoe Markham. Wednesday\In Miami.ttobt. .

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PACE TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 114}

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I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,, <)Ut>KK: OK PI MUTATION I
( 'L115 RUSSELL KAY I TO! IIU'. ": W\TT mill t; I 1''I Gilbert Theatre
DltcrrljuhrcPublished TAX DEED I I Jo:. M. \\ ,t1'rs, her luoba".I, I
Laws of 1935 llpfcniluntut 'Jl/h t'lfcuBul'lJd t
(Continued from Page One) I'1 I, It i'ii.iirlng| from the I'Ialhtitf'ssworn t
the Notice la hereby given that Okee- Hill of Cnmiiliilnt on flln In the Sunday & Monday
Friday by
Every
dldate", ha will get many a union office, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Okeeohobee News Co., at Okeeoho- man'i vote from the rank and file chobce Incorporated holder of Tax ,ilu ii ud) for Ok..hohee County ,,'ber \VAInUNn\ j
,
bee, Okeechobee County, Florid Certificate No. 4, Issued the 3 III .1. \Vlilclden Is 1'lnlntll'f and you
membership day Knffle Walls' mill' K.: M.VntI.. her *
of of July, A. D. 1939 has filed tame 'hiiHlinnil are Dofomliiiitit, filed III the TYRONNE POWER AND
BRYANT BOWDEN ...... .. Editor With the formal announcement iiilil Court on the 4th day' of November A Flying Fortress If to America's
I[iIn my office) baa made application 11)41: In Chillli'cry CliO00.. H72. and theIlkreohuber O'HARAIa
-. .. Senator Ernest Graham expected '' air fleet what heavy artillery II to MAUREEN
: News Is hereby ilcHltcimt
Tax Deed to be Issued
for thereon
Entered M second class matter soon, nil entry will further complicate a oil il" the III'W'"I"'I'r| '| In which this order the Army This gigantic four-mo'
Poet Office In 'I I'Said Certificate embraces the fol- shall he puhllHlieil nnr a week tored bomber, equipped with heavy -
July 1, 1914, at the the picture, for he la an able for four ciinieriitlve weeks, the, said
Okeechobpe, Florida, under the campaigner! well qualified to hold lowing described property In the hill bring riled to foreclose a mort- cannon, carries about three toni of
'gage ninl the property, Involved. In bombs and reaches a speed of about "THE BLACK SWAN"IN
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I the I County of Okeechobee, State of FlorIda
the other In ,
his own against mill) unit hi'liiR In okHpohohpe I'oiiiitv
300 miles hour.
to-wlt Florida, and more particularly elesrrlb in
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with
race. He will come In conflict ,,'111M follow: r
RAT: I I Lot 14, Section 11, Township 84 S.
Caldwell more than either Sheldon From the Northoant Corner (SK) of ,i .
One yen In advance .......... .. 13.00 I Range 82 E Hootlnn, Tour I 14)) Tnwnnhlp ThlrtrHifht Jt Also Late ISewaWednesday
I lor Green but he can be counted onto ((3x) Mouth of HII nun Thirtyfive8S I I I
Six! months In advance ........ 1.00 The assessment of said property ) Diet run west 8H.ISO: feet : thence -{ 1r'c'r I I I
Three months In advance ... .... .'75 | give both of these gentlemen In South 41 I degree 11 Kant 111)0 feet:
said Certificate Issued
( hat under was thoiiro North 70 ileureo 0.1 West
plenty of trouble for ho, too, a /
'the nme of Rauterson Cattle Com I MUMI feet to the point of brglnnlng; 1 I Only
Reading notices In local columns, | strong following among the "old from the !point of beginning run ,
pany.I I II North 11 degrees: lI:i Went 421.07 feet ; !I
10 cents a line. Rates for display I folks and he has tome mighty good I thence North 77 ilegriTa I trlVest I
said Certificate shall be
advertising furnished on applies I friends In the labor group as well. Cnlesa fool : 'h"II'eOnrlh 71 degrees 21'a.t': I
(redeemed according to law proper- 427S feet ; thenre North 0 dogrerg 11 I ANNE MILLER AND WILLIAM
tlon. Classified advertising, 2 cents [ In the offing we have Dewey Dye I Wont 131 .flC) feet to the point of he ,
both ,ty described therein shall be sold to ginning enntnlnlng 13.41 acres more j I
each word per Insertion. All Items and Senator Upchurch, WRIGHT
Frank or In**. All Inl Heel,I.m 4. Tnwimhlp !3 S
regarding enterprises conducted for good men with strength enough In the highest bidder at the Courthouse Smith Range .1.1 ILl",. I il
profit are chargeable at rdvertlstng I door on the first Monday In the : You are ninl enrh of you Is ordered -la"REVILLE-
ithelr own right to further' split the RIII) reqnlreil to appear on the nth day
rates. ''over-all vote and muddy the waters month of Pvcer.ber 1913, which ts of 1)ereuther. A. I' 11143 at the CourtHouse These ships carry a crew of seven I I WITHBEVERLY"
1! the Ath day of December 1943, I II I In Okeecbohee County. Florida' to nine weigh about 22H tons,
'generally, and there will undoubtedly nod answer thin summons or itooreepro men I
Advertising bins are payable on be a dark hone or two for later 1 I Doted this 22 day of October 1943. coiifeHso will be mljiulged against hive a wing spread of 105 feet and I \
ynll.I
the first of each month. Parties 1 I I ROY R. RAULERSONSeal !I \\'ITXF.'I!' the tloniiratilc A O. Knn each motor develops 1.000 horsepower. ,
consideration.Public I HIT nn ..litiluinf the C'lreult Court In We need more of these "Fly
unknown to publishers required to ( ) Clerk of Circuit Court of Also STOOGE COMEDY!
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Interest won't really beginto nnd fur said ( .III'h', and the seal of ing Fortresses" to compete with the
pay In advance. 1 Okeechobee County Florida the Court In the City nf (ikiwhnhee.likeeehiiher :
".. Jell for' some time and anything .. f'iintitFlnrliln, tills' theN I Nazi air force. You can help by Investing I
but with Sheldon li the 1-- h day of November. .\. l h. 1043 at least ten percent of
FOR SALE ,lean happen > 1I NOTICE APPLICATION FOR (MEAL) BOX: It. IUVLE11SOX.flork your Coming AttractionsI
race now the gubernatorial see-saw" I TAX DEED I, of (lie, rircnlt Court ofnkiwkohee I income in War Uonilt every payday. I
County. FlnrldiiNOVK Buy them from your bank, post-
Dodge traitor with .'2 foot Free l II grounded with Sheldon, and Green laws of 1935 ; I II
| I T --- --- office or other convenient issuing TO MORROW

hmif Van refrigerated.' New tires, holding it down and Caldwell In the l Notice U hereby given thrt Dewey K OK ,hill III lie HUB I agent. j; "STAND BY rOll ACTION"
cM'ellc'nt condition $.17r.n.nn air.' Graham Is reaching for the end I Til .M.I.IKlM II MU' CDM'KltN'JAKK : \ 5.7.aas.viDrporbnfatThe \
I J. Harris holder' of Tax Certificate : :NuriCK Unit under uiul l livlrtlle { "HAPPY GO LUCKY"
Ford Cab over engine Tractor, 22 of the plank and when he lends Ms I No. 1(174( Issued the 7th day of July, \\ of ttn xccutlon iKHticil' out of ]I .
,'. FOR JULIA"Florida
HEARTS
i tin. "I'lniilt .lIrl of tin. Twonlv First first week in November is "THREE
foot Kirch am Van Reconditioned. weight to that of Caldwell it will 'IA. D. 1911. has filed same In my .liiillrlnl, ('Irnil of 'I'lorldu.' In mill for I i
rock, and footln'. Oketi'holi**!' County under date of I designated as National Educational --- ---
good tires! $3,25000.All : really begin to no office: has wade application for a \ March :.11 I'K.'J: In the until of ten -----------

Stool 20 foot upon Trmloi. Tax Deed to he Issued thereon. Said IhoiiNiind' twenty dolhira nud eighty Week. Rev. D. O. Alderman pastorof I will be icpresented at the
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Baptist Church
good tires. 5th wheel!. hrnki bon url Certificate embraces the following i.ii Judgment, In hi'linlf l>f I'. MIllKtiHinlth 1. national board meeting of the
,.. otceerholi' Cuulpnuy| speak Sunday morning, Nov. 7th, on
ran lII'ranlfor responsible paitxt The Axla Stops at Nolaln
Revolu-
described property In the County of I hllh'l \li'il upon and\ will sell tul I Daughters of the American
have, half l purchase price finnnn,1 Don't top your War Bond I Okocchohee. !State: of Florida to- I th<> hlnlii'"! lilddi-r' for rush on tbe HtbI "Education and Christianity. A cordial tion in Washington this week by
1 Payroll Savings at 10%.Every i I dug' of I"','ellh..r. A U. 1U4I! nlthlnI ,invitation la extended to all.
over 12 months See BILL CLARK wit: 'I the It'tinl hours of sale, at the front Florida State Regent Mri. Roy Frler-
soldier IB a 100 percenter. Figure
door of tho 'ourt louse of OkefchoM V '
1030 S Wilson. Bartow. Phone after
It out )'ourllel(. i All Fractional Block 200 City of ) rmiiitv: Kloridn, the follnwlui I ; deiTlln'il son of Tampa and Mrs R. S. Aber-
: WE PAY lIe EACH FOR GARFISH.
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6 P. M. 8420. Okeerhobee.i real i entate located In the County nethy of Winter Haven, immediate
:, of oki-uchohi-e, IStntv of 'Florida' WRITE FLORIDA BIOLOGICAL
-- --- -- i The assessment of said property to.wit : Past-regent.
llvRltinlng nt the incandi-r corner of SUPPLY, SARASOTA FLA., FOR ,
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> y7 South. Kiiinio Mil .:"HI. Ihi'iii-o sunihslug ,
the of Dewey Harris. .
name 1 mild west section line projected -. --------- -
I T'nless said Certificate anal be ,{ A Horses For SaleAUCTION 'dames eint nlniig the un nnderIlse of
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redeemed according to law property ,i tlu 17' miter lc\',| 1M5 to o pnlnton 3'UPOR'IYP e0r7 $ FIRST .
Ih, south line of Section :il. pro I
described therein shall be sold to
IOC. i i iUSic
Jci'ti'il.; thence cast along said south foP THAT 4.8YNtWrZlRS' it
I the highest! bidder at the Courthouse line uMt.Y to the OoveriiiniMit Mcnnder t
corner : theni'e northwcstcrl along)
deer on the first Monday In the the llnncitck Mi> inli, >r lino to point of 666
month rf December. 19'3 which \ana licirliiiilnn KXCKI'T: : A strip of land k PBO tf I
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AT flth dav of December, 1943. I I the above described tract, be .y ( 666 TABLET, SALVE. NOSE DROPS
I I INK the right of war of the Connor's !
Dated thin 4th dny of November, Illirhniiy.A -

I will have 20 head of Horses at the Sales Pensof 19)3.) Went I.SIl.:half of Block 1. nf Firm | '--_ lI/llIlIIlIIillIIIlIIlIlIlIIlllllIIlllIIllIIilllllllllllll/ lllllllllllll11l1111lillI( 11111II11ImllllIIIII'I1II1IIIIIIIi\nu! ! \ : -' I

ROT R. RAULERSON I.Hiids, rntisnlldiilcd Lam Compunv'a
piilnlh'|MUII| In Section !tl, Township
the Ilenn Clerk of Circuit Court ofOkeeohohee 37 S.,nth. Mange 30 .:Knur less Lot I
of sold' Riock.Il.t'I'EIt, I
County, Florida 1 : nt Okeecbohee. Klorlili, this !

Dixie Cattlemen's AssociationAT I In' I bud day of November.. I., I'OMMD A. ; II. 11)41.l NOTICE !

.... ,....fflf rr VI,T OF Tn? Sheriff ikcecholiee ('..lIlIly. Kin
THEIR SALE ,-" ..... ..*..*r-ti? rti..rIn.... I| Nor. .1-1'ID ill: Dee. 3 c
we nw.t iv txn row nKFF.rt.nr. -

... r .rnrvTV. Fr OR'O t. I Florida merchants and buyers will
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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 I" "n. ;
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.,.....iiTUMI.PH' ."On? "'T r t'nwrr r.ininlnlniint. L1 Welding of all Kinds and General ,

THAT WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION nt .ir'VU'"0 IT.. "'o'n..e' \ r nfrtm1tnitTO lat-est ,

... .... Tn .t'rytw.
These include Saddle Horses, Work Horses nr r ,1nn \ REPAIROKEECHOBEE ::
ressorlea during the 3-day Fashion
and Mules. Will also have a large supply of .ll-r-vf-p... It rnv IMMO. (' F _
Mart to be held in Tampa Nov. 811. -
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Saddles and Bridles on hand for sale. ,. "," ..,1.t, .fn4 I it, I.tp. .nne.. 'h..t ten Rcpreaentatives of over 200 lines of
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.., II... .Onto ('On........ ? ...... such merchandise will show the os-:; -=
Every Horse and Mule Guaranteed to be ........ ,.r I" ,.1.'.. t"'", .... latest and I j =-= =-
.. .... ... very In holiday, spring
It.. 1 I." nti! .,,., .. .I thn ,
exactly as represented. All monies paid for I t .!..*.,...!?..* |( ,.,.t.......... ttttlt .hA..n summer styles. Attend this show I

these animals will be left at the office of Dixie ,. ." .n..Inn. .n1. I.n, .fl..,I.n.nw.., a.".. "of.. ,n.l......InI ... !and avoid the costly and troublesome I i .

.." t I I...1 .!,? ,..t.1 Qnfnndnnthat journey to northern markets. WELDING CO.
Cattlemen's Association until noon Saturday as .. .. ........... I. .nten non "f
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a Guarantee. .... mnu nfnnr ,Inter nMa thnt0.I I
., ....,-.... .14 ft r on and Mrs. Henry Walker are in --
(Don't forget sale of November llth has been .. .. .*,n e... .,.. .. yn-nmlMr receipt of word that their lon-In.law. Neil Hough
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postponed one week on account of Armistice .... nltl of r.n.nIo/.O "Ind hn.nln and daughter, Pfc. and Mrs. A. 0. E'E- -

Day.) .. : .:. -:iron:: V.::.': I;. I.n.vh.y11. n :.n dn.4 ac:..Ohs n1- I I I Glenn, have returned to Bradenton North Park St. (Next to Benny Jones) =

.... ,.. lifter with rela _
n > >.i .. ..' .,.... ., ..,... .1 .**pr>V for = I
.. ..... tives In Virginia. Mrs. Glenn was
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...... ... ..... Innl Olvn .",I anal of sell Walker, ?" tialullilihlllNiildlllIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIII{ IIIINIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIh
Miss Marie delli !
.' .. .I '. '., w.... a.n.nmhn. 1041 I I I formerly_ II | ,ll,; ::. ,;!
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W. G. PadrickPHONE I irt !?* nml foiinfr nfore- I I ..
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of thn fiiiintv rircnlt" Flnr'n TourtOVporholiM1 THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. :

T'.'' ...,,>1ironle rm e f) fi !
305 FORT PIERCE ", i. HI l:' TON F.' US

Frt, I'lcru'. Florldn
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_ 87 head of Calves brought from $ 800 to $10.20 (1700.89 Av. $25.3tf k_ I

23 head of f'ows brought front $ 6.50 to $ 9.00 ($1,13883) Av. $19.51 :_

:== 13 head of Steers brought from $ 9.10 to $10.00 f* 63216) Av. $IU3 ,:: I f t I

;;; 2 head of Bulls brought $10.40 to $10.411 0 <$ 203.73) Av.$101.87 y 'tt.i' .


F IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE THE FOLLOWING WERE. SOLD: msf -- '
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g 55 head of Calves . 660.00 2 Mules . . 120.00: =.,;

2 head of Calves . 11.94 7 Horsel . . 795.00 :

22 head of Hogs . 380.20 8 Angus Bulls . 467.50 ==

2 head of Cows . 45.58 :=:;3!
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26 SELLERS IS Bl'YERS : I

i Next Sale Thursday, November 11, 1943 ;,:.. : I

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At the request of several cattle buyers our next

"Mornin, Judge..meetin1 someone?" Army camps. Why, in a recent report made ,

cattle sale scheduled for November 11 (Armistice "No Sam I'm just going up the line .by the government, it said the Army usually

I aways on business.Wasn't that a troop train prefers its camps to be located in wet instead

Day) will be postponed until the following Thursday L that just pulled out?" of dry communities. And there's a

"Sure was, Judge. .stopped over here for sound reason. In a wet community the ,

s = and what swell bunch of Army control In
ten minutes a can drinking. dry communities I

November 18th, 1943. fellows they were." where bootleggers run wild it's almost

= == "That's true all over Sam. Our present impossible. We know that from our

== I Army is the best trained, best disciplined nearly 14 years of experience with national

DIXIE SALES PENS best behaved in American history. That's prohibition.

I why I get my hair up when I hear of some "There's no getting away from it, prohibition

fE OKEECHOBEE, FLORHM j'I"'j' I people trying to dry. up the areas around don not prohibit."


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Mayor H. H. Raulerson and S. R.I Phil Canon returned to hit hems
Ralfsnidcr, president of the City here this week after spending sever.
Purple and Gold News"FOR Council, spent Tuesday night at I al months In Tennessee where he
Stuart where they went to attend a was working on a government wa*
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meeting of the Gulf Stream Council |,contract.
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" of Boy Scouts that met in that city. I -0-
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-- -- of Indian River, St. Lucie, Okeecho- II: morning! for Richmond, Va., wk. .M
THE ROVING REPORTER Iror". After that he (now a nervous of the King and Queen. First prize
sometime with
Martin the ll
Staff ( bee Palm Beach and coun- spending sue-
wreck) could see ka-Huntus" avery winner for the amateur hour was tie. I|'husband who .has recently "-
Friday night your roving report. Iris Conrad, who aang "Sunday, I I I
funny play, which would steady transferred to the army traltia
er went to the Hallowe'en Carnival. again Upon re-ontoring Monday and Alwa,.." I| Former State Attorney Angus I Ii I camp at that plate.
nerve
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Then came the big event. Ex-King i of Pierce visitor --- ------- --
Sumner Fort was a
When I first entered the grounds,
Editor in Chief Harry Oreenberjer I|I I the main hall, another play caught Tlney Watford placed his crown I who spent some tint In OkeechobeeSaturday. -. -+
Assistant Bdltor Betty Mae Thoraaa :|I1; was afraid the carnival would not your eye-a melodrama, which provo upon the head of Jack Wolff King TUPPOR10S'R"n"o
Sports Reporter .. Porky Draughon ibe as great a success as It has been, I ed to be anything but serious. Fortune for 1943, and ex Queen Juanell + TOP THAT JOt tSrwcIvrtAR

Ohapel Reporter Jean Lee 'but In almost not time people began i tellers intrigued you, while Pearce, placed hers on Elizabeth I L. L. Stuckey, well known farmer I $( $ r
1 flocking In-buying Ice cream, candies peanut and candy vendors urged Swain Queen for 1943. and business man of Pahokee and a ,
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or eating a delicious meal In you to try their wares. Finally everyone Congratulations to Jack and Elisabeth candidate for the Democratic nomination I
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wiuugiiuuIvepOttfcJ the cafeteria. -gypsies, witches and ghosts and to all the other candldaaes for Congressman: from the
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..c _...."rnl140>ne could go into the "Hall of floe the amateur hour and coronation bigger and better than ever before. M,itor here Saturday. Subscribe for The News
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