The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 28-Number 4 _n Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 17, 1942 Price Five. Centa


TO BE!SOON KFPURFD AS POSSIBLEThe AS Employs j Miss Leona Walker \

MEN IN I SERVICEEDITOR'S City Council this week com- I County Than Any Other Industry With Gilbert I Culbreth

;ile'ed iiigements for 500 gallonsof

NOTE-We expect to patching asphalt which they will Construction Work In County Second Married Saturday

carry a column each week aboutthe use In patching and repairing the ..
boys In the armed forces of the streets of the cty. In Okeechobre county 80.4 percent j

United States and would like for I The purchase was made from the I of the males and 205 percentof The Observer Miss -
anyone who hears from boys In the American Bitumuls Company andis I the females over 14 years of age j! Leona Walker became the

service to let us have as much Information to be delivered as soon as pos- were classified as "In the labor bride of Gilbert Culbreth in a quiet

about them as they can : sible to the city council which has' force" in 1940, according to a Flor- By "Bill" Page I ceremony performed at the Methodist

as all of the people of Okeechobee made arrangements with V. J. ida State Planning Board compilation church Saturday afternoon at

County are Interested in what the Domer for storage facilities for It of recently released U. S. Bureau SUGAR 7:30: with the Rev W. R. Howell,

boy, are doing so please give us until such time as it is used. of the Census data. Well, Just a brief summary of ; tY pastor Mrs., officiating.
any information you might receive They have also made arrange- There were 1.123 males over 14 the sugar situation at thin time Culbreth Is the youngest

from or about them. ments for sufficient materials .to years of age in the county. 903 of seems quite fit ten. How has the 1 daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. H.

mix with the asphalt and will beam which were classified as in the labOr country taken .f i Walker, Sr. and was born and
I force which means having 01 reared in Okeechobee where she
Alva Anlerson received a let the work of repairing the city j I It by and
seeking a Job. Of these 735 were school and graduated
> possible large? Has It
ter from his Corporal K.
son I from the
: Okeechobee
employed 47 were on public emergency High school
R. Anderson who Is stationedIn r v I made a mess
She has lived with
relief work and 120 acre parents
Georgetown. British Oulena seeking work when the count was of things around > here all of her life.

Monday, July 6. in which he : Ten Percent Clubs tallied two years ago. the homeor Mr Culbreth Is a native of Ala.

stated that he was getting along For males laborers comprised the vice-versa? bama but moved to Okeechobeewith

fine and that army life! In that Will Be Organized largest occupational group. Agriculture I- These reports PROF c M. WILLIAMSMrs his parents in 1923 and has
country was not half bad. Corp I was the largest industry have been garnered I made this his home since. Whenhe
Anderson I Is with the Motor Trans- from all C M Willla-ns.! site Pro
of moved here
with his
group with construction second! parents,
port Division In that country. Mr. In Sale of Bonds ; Being in school was the leading rumen of the L C M. Williams who is to be the the late N O. Culbreth and Mrs.
Anderson stated that this was the nation, includ- ______ __ Supervising principal the Okee'h
i mil for males not being included Culbreth, he Immediately become
first letter that his family had received I --- i iI in the labor force. ; Ing the I'plhegrove Beach district bee Hh School, during the engaged in business with his father

from him since he went I The Treasury Department Is put- Of the 1.022 females In the county 'omlrg school term was a visitor and they built and operated the

overseas several months ago. tint om window stickers and buttons within the age classification,. 209 The real squeei has been on 'vho spent two days of last week Okeechobee Service station. He

II similar to the Red Cross onesa lie emergency relief work and 23 the old sugar barrel for some here when she moved their furniture '' Inter took on the wholesale gas and

Word comes from Rex Anderson sticker to every person who Is 153 were employed 28 were on pub- time Most all the gals put up here from their former home | oil business of the Sinclair RefinIng

who enlisted In the United States Investing! ten per cent of his or were in the labor force. Of these an awful holler when the lid was at Vero' Beach. They have rented Company and has been their

Navy In May of this year In whichhe j J her income in War Bonds and were seekingwork, In 1940( pulled down so tight and seemed the Bowden home on North Park agent! for this county sine Mr.

says he is at present stationedat I !Stamps' regularly' and a button to Of the employed females the s to have every argument In street and will make that their Culbreth later bought the picture

Key West where he has the rating I every member of his or her family. largest occupational group was the world against such an atrocity home after about the middle of show and after operating It In the

of Boatswain's Mate First Class. These same people are eligible for domestic service workers. The largest Very ;utle complaint for August ( old building for several years he

Rex was In the Navy during the : membership in the Ten Percent I II Industry group waa domestic themselves but,--i -rwnat will Prof Williams is now teaching built the present theatre building

last war and was discharged with I Club. I service, with professional services junior do with no tugar111 in the summer school at Florida which adjoins his Chevrolet build-

the same rating he was given this I have Just received a supply of second Being engaged in their Just have to take junior to thedentist Southern College at Lakeland and, ing. In 1933 Mr. Culbreth boughtthe

time. ntedse curds ,,'Indostl<,k'rs. and own housework was the principal and have his sweet tooth will be there u.uil about the middle Chevrolet dealership of Wal-

buttons which will be available at reason for females being considered pulled I reckon And daddy is o' August when he will come here ston Motor Company and'has op-
even vtorser. If'n I get and begin for the era tel It since
1not in the labor force. any peace
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker. Jr..1 rnce to all persons who are buvln ,
received a radiogram last Sa !Stamns' and Bonds np to ten per Laborers constituted the major around the house from now on, coming school term. Mr. and Mrs Culbreth left by
I reckon'daddy will have to get Prof. Williams was' born in Bax-' auto Saturday night for
dav from their son Johnnie who Is | ent of their Income. > uupation group lor negro men: Jacksonville
I himself a whole set of store lev Ga. and later attended schoolIn where ,
stationed with the United States Are vou a member of the Ten domestic service for negro women they were Joined Sunday
nought teeth. No for this Indiana where he received his
Army Air Corps somewhere in | Percent Club? Do you have your V sugar morning by Mrs Culbreth and all
| tin sugar for that, no cooking nobaking BS degree at Valparlso University made the trip to Asheville, N C
Australia In which he says he is sicker nnd buttons for all vourfamllv
rakes or rookies, and oh Later he moved to Florida and Mr and Mrs.
I HOriOn ROLL OF : attended Culbreth are expected
!Betting along fine. He also advised j ? if ten pr cent of your
I'ov, NO APPLESAVCE. school at the University of home today or tomorrow.Sylvanus .
'Income Into Bonds
his family that the box which goes you
( It did 'peer as though It would Florida where he received his MA V
they sent him several weeks' ago are eligible. '
( MEN' IN SERVICE be Prof. Williams livedin
reached him and that everything ,! Request vour sticker and buttons a problem child on the surface degree has
: but things regulated themselves Florida for the past fifteen years Harden
In It was in fine condition excepta from the per on who sells you your
In a hurry and the whole during which time he has' servedas
: bonds If In the
cake which was no good due to you are Payroll
Plan. If not but EDITOR'S NOTE-We are family Is In better health today. principal of the High School at
the long time in transit. Johnnie Savings you are very Second
I That dlalietle look has left daddy Trenton, four years as' supervising Best Orator
was one of the first Okeechobee still are putting in the ten per anxious to have the name and adirfM i '
,'"rJ Jse) eats what he likes Nth/ principal\ of. Jhj '\Inverness.\gq ,. .
'bovj sent over seas 'after war cent or more inquire of your postmaster | 9f eJc1boy from Ckcechobco ,.
was declared j or contact your county County who Is in the service of his fat and lean. Junior's sweet School at Inverness Florida, and At State 'Fft'Mcst"Polly" t tI

s -_ ... chaiman and he will sw" that vou country In order that this list maybe tooth 1st now In Class A-l and then moved to Vero Beach where I I
1 sticker already docs overtime on fruits and vegetables he resigned to accept the position
here that receive your ten per cent complete. If you have not I _
has open
Word and 1 end proper number of buttons. ;, turned In the names of all \ with a gusto. Oh yes here. Prof. and Mrs. Williams have
Chester Raulerson son of Mr and :Mama Is shore In better cne son Lieut. Chas. E. Williams, Draughton Reporter
If \'oare\ not eligible; begin now of your relatives who are In the
Mrs. W. E. Raulerson of this city, to Invest ten per cent of your in- I Army, Navy or Marines please do shape, and I do mean better who is an Instructor in bombar- ,i Three members of the Okeechobee

is confined to the Naval Hospitalat come In War Bonds each pay day, ioU at once so that our list will be shape No longer does she look dleiing In the United States Army. Chapter F F A and their new adviser -
Norfolk.: Va., where he Is suffering After the close of the I!! Mr. Norfleet.
so you can belong; to the Ten Per- complete like she weighs four pounds less summer I: spent the past
with a bad foot. Chester en- v.-hccl at Lakeland Prof. and Mrs. | week in Gainesville
cent Club and display proudly the than "h"p. No slrree. llomI'OW I I attending the
listed in the United States Navy toI
'1 emblem proving you like all good has that school girl complexion Williams expect to come direct annual State Convention and Lead
several months but was not Corporal David W. Cassel, Jr.
ago Okeechobee and begin preparationsfor ership Training Course.
I Is The
true Americans. are backing and a perfect 38. That's boys
called to active until last shift son" of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Casselof
duty our fighting; forces with fighting Bond Another saving for the the opening of school here in attending the Training Course were
sent to Nor- Okeechobee, stationed with he
month when he was September. Jack Coker. Charles
1 dolars rubber Industry Hargraves and
folk Training Station It will be United States Army Air Corps at Vhighlands Sylvanus
*OMW Harden
If "ou work in a concern which tnd lo and behold, sugar
remembered that he had the mis Savannah Ga. Enlisted from Okee Svlvanus
has a Payroll Savings System get' stacking up In pantry all over Harden who won first
fortune to cut his leg here two strobes County in September, 1940. Adopts
place the
'! in up to ten per cent If your place the country Most families find District Public Speak
and suffered from the (
years ago ''of business does not have such adeductionfrompay they have more sugar than they lnq' Contest placed second in the

wound several months but was accepted 1' system but Corporal Earl W. Raiford, son of know what to do with I understand New Tax Collection State Contest and received a silver

for military service by the 1'could have. Ret your fellow t'm-I I| Mrs Susie! Ralford of this city, Home folks are trying to medal, Sllvanus also acted as dele-

Maw doctors when examined by plovees together and urge your stationed with the United States sv np sugar: ration coupons for "!'It t for the Chapter to the State

'hem this year.Mrs. employer to set It up. In any concern Army Air Corps at Dale Mibry gas coupons these days. Wantto Plan For Economy Convention '

having; a payroll system In Field. Tallahassee Fla. Enlisted'n SWAP? : Charles Hargraves and Clyde Dur-

Susie Raiford Is in receipt which ten per cent of the payroll December 1941. : Well, most things happen for ---- rance were awarded State Planter
Sel rln' July 15 (FNS) Determined -
o' a letter from her son Corp. goes Into bonds re uarly. every em- "* l the best and so lets look aheadto > keys for their outstanding work In
Earle Raford who is stationed at arranging affairs In accordance to keep county millage down Vocational Agriculture.
plovee is entitled to the sticker and Private Ernest E. Raiford, sod of our
And still maintain
Dale Mabry Field at Tallahassee In a button for each member of his'' Mrs Susie Ralford of this ity, with the new regulations necessary gov-of V
ernmental services a
which he says that he at present is family whether or not he himself stationed with the 14th Repair starting July 22. Just another group citi- FLORIDA YOUTH GETS TWO
in the hospital suffering with a bad problem but that Is life prominent Highlands county
I Is aside ten cent This
putting per Squadron United States ArmyAir YEARS AS DRAFT DODGER
zens sat In with their' county commissioners .
but that there Is nothing
leg What ?
arrangement has been made In say
Corps Duncan Field, San Antonio last week to consider
wrong with him. ,I view of the fact that there are Texas. Enlisted December Well, be a seeing you : taxation problems. I OCALA Fla., July 13. f- James

-V- I certain people who simply can not ,, OBIS ..
1941. I I* was revealed that there is $60- Edward Hall, of Martin. youthful

RADIOTECHNICIANS save ten per cent. I I -V- 000 in delinquent taxes against member of the Jehovah Witnesses,

SOUGHT BY NAVY If your place of employment or Private First Class John H. Walker WOMAN: GI'ESPACKARD property In the county that is pay- Monday was sentenced to serve s
your own business' do not lend son of Mr. and Mrs. J H. | Ing good Income on the Investmentand two years In the federal penitentiary

The quota for radio technicianshas themselves to the Payroll Savings Walker Jr., mechanic in ground that the collection of this out- on charges of refusing to report -

not been filled and many vacancies System then arrange to buy your crew in United States Army Air I Tarpon Springs July 14. (FNS). i standing tax would enable the for induction Into the army

for enlistment still exist ten per cent in Bonds regularly Corps stationed somewhere in Aus- I-Abe Tarpanl, In charge of the county to operate without the need'' "This is a country of religious

it Is announced by Guy F. Hull from your post office. You can get i tralia Enlisted in Army in Oct I collection of scrap metals here re- of any Increase In mlllage. I freedom," Federal Judge Louie W.

recruiter in charge of the Miami stamps from your post office or ober 1940. I celved a call ]last week from Mrs. { Commissioner John Hood of Avon Strum told Hall after the youth

Navy Recruiting Service. most of the retail stores In Okee- Nicholas Lerlos, requesting that he Park stated that there are three said he had "made a covenant with

Men are enlisted from Apprentice chobee. Then when you have Sergeant Carl Stello, son of Mr. send someone to come bv her place ways to collect this tax: by fore God" not to fight

Seaman up to and Including reached the ten per cent minimum, and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okeechobee. and pick up several thousand closure which in many cases ab- "You have told me your religious

:Radioman Second Class' accordingto tell your postmaster or your county United States Army Air Corps, I pounds of scrap. sorbs all or practically all of the belief and now I'll tell you mine,"

qualifications, with pay rangeof chairman that you are a memberof Oelger Field, Spokane. Wash. Enlisted Tarapanl responded and when funds' collected; by forming a said the Judge. "I believe that if

$50 to $98 per month. the Ten! P rcer t Club and ask in Army In January 1942. I he arrived with his crew he was holding corporation to purchasethe we all felt about it as you do, we

After a five-months period of in- him for your sticker and a button I I presented with a 1929 four-door tax certificates; and by educa would all have our necks cut oft

structlon In the Radio Technician's for each member of your family I Corporal K. R, Anderson, son Packard sedan complete with 8I tion. within the next six months. Many

School men who com Are you a member of the Ten Per- !j l of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove I good tires. Total weight over 4I .. A local business man advanced American boys finer than you are
plete this course be recom- cent Club? Get your sticker and ;j Beach Motor Transport Division I 1000 pounds, and a high salvage ,I the suggestion that common sense giving their lives for their country -

mended to the Navy may Departmentby buttons' at once. I I United States Marines, stationed iI j| value. The equipment, which was j I I and good business practice be employed ."
The month of July has been designated at Georgetown. British all included covered kind of VFLAGLERiNTERESTS
the Officer In Charge of the ,(I GUiena'l, every and suggested that the clerk
School for advancement In ratingup "Retailers For Vlotory"I f Enlisted in the Marine |I accessory! from a clock to a com- compile a list of all delinquent SELL

to and including Chief Radioman month. All retailers are I I September 1937 Dlete set of tire chains. I properties and that It be advertised ST. AUGUSTINE RECORD
uncial efforts to sell War Stampsin Tarapanl pronounced it the swell- -
Its or
with pay of $126 per month not by legal description
and rental allowance of $34 SO if their places of business this I Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son est bunch of "Junk" he had ever as "unknown", but in the same St. Augustine, July 13. (FNS -

married with all clothing, lodging, month. Friday July 17, is American of County Supervisor of Registration seen.Mrs. j manner that a good live real estate The St. Augustine Record afternoon

and food furnished.Men Heroes Day and many storesare and Mrs. Hargraves of this Lentos felt that the car agent would advertise It to dally newspaper founded in 1894

to for putting on special sales in all city. United States Army Air would be of more value to her gov- effect a sale, giving its selling points has been sold by the Flagler Interests
qualify Radioman Second
departments for this day only. Paya Corps Spence Field, Moultrle Ga. ernment right now than to her and urging citizens seeking Invest- (Florida East Coast Railroad)
must be
a high school special Visit to your favorite I Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted self and she gladly gave it as her ment opportunities to purchase the to a St. Augustine corporation,
graduate, hold have held
Commercial or a stores this date. to rank of sergeant July 1st contribution to the national rubber certificates to avoid an Increase in A. H. Tebault. former managerof

,by the Amateur FCC. In License the absenceof Issued Stamp and Bond sales so far this and metal conservation campaign their own taxes and as a good investment :, the paper, Is named president of
month as checked with PostmasterPitts Private Elzle Godwin son of W. -V- as well. the corporation that has taken over

these radio license, must be actively Thursday night, total $982. E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, FIVE LOCAL BOY SCOUTS WILL It was decided to adopt this I the paper. He announced that Miss

service engaged in radio repair or This is a wonderful showing and with the Infantry stationed at RETURN FROM CAMP SUNDAY method and the advertising will be I, Nina C. Hawkins would continueas
work for the three
past something for 'every citizen of Camp' PIckett, Va. Entered ser borne equally by the school board editor and W W Wilson as ad-
have had
years or experience with
Okeechobee County to be proud of. vice in June 1942 I Frank Reeves Jack Wolff, Bill and the county. The plan is to vertising manager.
high-frequency design transmission
W. R. PAGE Charman, The sale Includes the Record
or | Hendry. Al Raulerson and Blllle take a limited number of the choic-
reception. War Savings Committee Private Julian Hodges, son of Goodwin, five members of the local est properties and advertise them Press printing division, which will

For Third Class Radioman; same' V Mr and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- Boy Scout troop will return to first, then go on down the list witha operate Independently with O. F,

as Second Class, except high school Mrs W, H Russell left last week town United States Army Engineers their homes here Sunday from real selling campaign.The Shepard as presdent and general

education not required, but educa for New Orleans where she is Fort Belvolr, Va., Entered service Lantana where they have spent the first advertisement U sched- manager,

tion equal to high school and mustbe spending two weeks with relatives In April 1943.Continued past week at the Boy Scout campat uled to appear just as' soon as the V
21 years of age or over. and friends. Two) that BE
( on Page city. list can be made up. WISE-ADVERTISE




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I Lisbon for German correspondentsand Dairy farming Is a case in point. During this period large occu- I I AiiBimt Inn wblrh Is the 3rd day of'I i.ulgn.t Vhlch, 111'1'11"1110111"111' l he hused
( [ 1M2. pun Iho |ietllon, fur sale nuw oil Ills
1115 diplomats. Cows must be mlked twice a day, pational forces wllll be needed. l>uIIM| hli fist tlnv of .Tnlr. 1I>4''. i In mill! Court

Louis Lochner. chief of the for- seven days a week. Expert experienced The size of the task Involved I tOY II. HAUI-BRSON, Dated .1""" HI' A. II. 11142,

r I mer Berlin Bureau of the Associated labor Is necessary. But the cates a force of 1,000,000 to dl-I I Clerk Okorcbobp Circuit County Court, of Florida I 11':11': MIMMUNH. Oiliirdlan'

Press said "Adolph Hitler's widely farmer must pay several times as 000 men outside the United States" iClrcult Court Hcnl 48-82 I IN TUB. CIKCI'IT COURT OP THE
Published Friday by the NINTH JUHCIA1 ClhCflT
Every IN
advertised superhighways may yet much for this kind of labor as he No one regards this prospect with I NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR AND: KOK OKEECHOHKH COUNTY.
Okwhobee News Co. at Okeechobee I
prove Important factor In the used to, even when he can get It. any particular pleasure Instead, It TAX DEED i CMllUHA IN CIIANCEKT: ,
Okeechobee County, Florida. L... 0\1101.111.\1'\: : NAVAL STORES
r of IMS
undoing of the German war ma- In many areas, It Is virtually unobtainable is regarded us a matter of sheer necessity I Notice li herohy given hut Alice CIIMI'A.NV: H Klorhlu rorporutlou,

I chine. The longer the war lasts, at any price. Workers whether we like It or not I Sloan holder of Tax ('.rIl ,'.Ip. No. Plaintiff, vs, F. M. WACHOlt, et al,

the more evident It becomes that have !gone to the cities, attracted And there Is an amazing unanimityof IT nod 2.1. Issued the 11th day nf July Iicfcndiints.NOTITK.
\ n I'.i.'IH\ : and Tax Certificate No. TO AITKAK
:BRYANT BOWDEN .... .... Editor 'I : ,
Hitler bet on the wrong horse insolving by the high wages and relatively opinion as to what must be done. :in, liHiipil the Jot day nf November TO TIIK J KKFE.MIANTH.: RALPH

the nation's transportation 'I I short hours of.war Industries. For Instance .both Mr. Rooseveltand A U. 1037.: has filed some Inmv \\'.\I'1I0Ii und Ill'UII WAC1IOB :
You and each of a.lvjo,1Ibllt
office ; hm made npillratlon| \ yen are
problem chiefly through the construction ,I The consumer wants cheap milk. Mr. Wlllkle who hold extreme- : fur n Tax Treed to he (milled a lilll of complnlnt baa been
Entered as second class matter thereon Piilil Certificate embracel the II'ell' II 1111''not yon In the above entitled
rather and In Iv
of superhighways | many states milk Is a pub- opposed points of view on many
July 1, 1914, at the Post Office In I following described property In the run" In HIM office of the Clerk
than the Improvement or even the lie utility with Its price controlled vital domestic Issues, see almosteye County of Okeechohee, State of Flop nf the Circuit Court of Okeechohee
Okeechobce, Florida under 1, of extensive '! state loIn, to-wlt: County. Klnrldn, nt Okevchnhee Florida .
upkeep Germany's 'by boards. But the farmer to eye when It comes to Am-
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIP'nON. IofI. Per nil Twi.| 3.1, Hire. wherein and whereby, the plain-
railway system. A majority of I can't sell milk at a fixed price If erica's role as stabilizer and police- :.1.1. 20 acre : and tin Is endeavoring, to quiet the title

Germany's 600,000 freight cars his labor cost steadily rises. And man In the post-war period. Former l.nta 211. 27 and 31. Sec. 19 Twp niflilnxt you and eaeb of you to the
I M I lliro. :113. 110 arty following described land lying and
RATE were obsolete by 1938, Even in the yet, no one seems to have any reas- President Hoover is co-author of a The: aiMcMtnent of laid property under I helim In Okcecholiee. County, Florida,

first winter of the war the transportation ible solution to this problem. It thoughtful new book In which he soul Certificate limed was In the to-wlt :
One advance ..... .. $2.00 names nf Iir. M. II. Bravos. J. :\ W''o of SWV4 and 8W4! ofN1v'4
year system proved Inadequate. i simply Illustrates that contrary to too argues that the American des H. Loirnnneclier. find 1 K. Church ...r Sectlun' :n, Hi Township
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 I ." | the belief of many city people everything tiny lies In a kind of InternationalIsm I'lilonn mild rerllMrntoii shall lie re- all South' UniiKo .ID lOnnt.: Okeecholiee -
Three months In advance ........ .75 I iloemed. according to low property de- County Florida.
Edwin Shanke. another memberof Isn't perfect down on the which Is the direct antithesisof icrlhed therein shall ho Bold to the This la therefore to command you

I the Berlin AP bureau wrote: farm. our national attitude during the highest Milder, nt the Courthouse dooron and each nf you to (lie your written '
I the month of tn said lilll nf compliant
first Monday In the iiiienrnnce| |
"Railways have been In a tangle I '20s. And American Industrial lead. AiigiiHt. 1042. which Is the 3rd tiny of will the Clerk of the above styled

Advertising bills are payable on ,I virtually from the start of the war. ers In all fields of enterprise, hold Vnirilst. 1042. court at his office In the Court House
the first of each month. Partiesunknown After the last war, the American Dnti-d this let iliiv nf Tale lilt'.1. nt Okeechohee, Okiwhohee County
The lack of rolling stock replacements similar opinions. There Is. of .
to required to people were definitely sick and tiredof HOT It. KAL'l.ERSON Florlrtn, on th 3rd lny of August A.
publishers and the repair of aging facilities I course much argument as to the Clerk Circuit Court of I li 1H2.! mid that In ,ili'fiinlt tbereof a
pay In advance. I militarism and all that It In- Okeerhnhee County, Florida. decree pro ronfeNsn vlll he entered
II are the principal headaches. volved. Working on the theory 'details of our post-war policybutI Circuit Court Sen!) 4U-1 niniliiHt you 1 and' euch of you and the
I The superhghways now He virtually I there Is little argument as to the -- ---- 1I"h.1I1T,1. to iirnceed' ex pnrte.
I! that "the war to end wars" had I NOTICE IT t* IllOUDHV I OIUiKKKI that
Idle while railways are clogged basic principles whloh must underly
Reading notices In local columns, been finally fought and won the okeechohee County, Florida this, nntlce he pulillshed once each
: with war traffic they can't handle. I tHat policy.It I .lnl.v 11. 112.IOT'F! week for four ((4)) consecutive weekaIn
cents line. Rates for display American people and their government -
10 :
a The Oken'hohl'P Xews
I I a newspaper"
In this country-where the railroads will cost a great deal of moneyto : IS HEREBY: GIVEN Thatimranant
I I clrnilntlini pnlillHheil In
advertising furnished on applica- proceeded to scrap their mil- to Si-ollim' tt of Chapter K20B, ni'KHIITIII
are privately owned not state and to rehabilitate the likeecholiiH', ikiiM'linlioe Comity. Flnr-
I I Limn nf riorhlii. Acts 1037 known a
I iltary *
tion. Classified advertising 2 cents power with astonishing speed. dnte hereof.
the return
1 Ida 'prlnr to
'! owned as in Germany-the rails world. It will require the malnten- the MUI1PHY ACT. the following--
each word Insertion. All Items I! A large part of the Navy was scut- IX'ITX..: !-I WHKHKOF: : I havehereunto
embed ,
per In ml In nkeorhobce County
j were ready for war. and for demands ance of a gigantic Air Force, and art mv haiiil ,and nfflclnl aenltlili
regarding enterprises conducted for i tied. The Army was reduced to Klorliln."' will lie I offered for stile at 271 h dour of. .J""". A. I>. 11142.
for service which would surpass I of a very large Navy and Army. It public outcry for the highest and liestnnsh HOY II. It.VfLKRSOX.Clerk : .
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng 130.000 men-a smaller force than ,
hid mhloet the of the
tn rlnht
all precedents. When the defense may involve outright gifts to stricken I of Circuit Cnurt okeechnheoCminty.
j was maintained by many a fourth- Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund Klorldn',
drive started the greatest nations. It will that In
rates to reject nay and all Mils at
----- mass-transportation system theI | class European power. The Air I the Interest of world peace we will the Court Home, nt 10 A.M. on the I(1I"nl1_!_) __ _____ n __ ____
Force was reduced almost to thevanishing I .'01 li tiny. of ""Iln.., 11142. KiiHcmcnt for ,i
FLAG I world had ever seen was at this have to forego some of our past mini, rlKhl-nf-wny 2K( feet wide will
PLEDGE TO THE point. Appropriations
country's beck rind call. That system I trade advantages and dispense with I he reserved from any parcel through I'I i
"I pledge allegiance to the nagof i for the military services were cut which there Is an existing State' Koad. I YOUR TIRES
the I'nitrd States of Americaand I has confounded Its critics, and i I to the absolute bone despite the high tariffs and other barriers to 'I Iirg..l': ,: ,'''r of :MVi I", of II\\ I',. ,I
done a job which Is literally miraculous 1 commerce. But It Is argued! the runV :HIS ft. S' 4si) fro K 81.1 fI,
to the Republic for which It warnings and pleadings of such I N 4MI It. S..... 11 Twp 4. Rite.n. I
I cost of this gigantic as It 1'
stands: One nation Indivisible, i foresighted commanders as Gen doing :! 314' ncrei. Need Recapping?
That system will be called upon may be. Is far less than the cost of
with liberty and justice for all. MacArthur who was convinced that 1"1 Itec SK Cur of SKI/4:' of $\','I .
to do a bigger job still In the fu- another and greater war was corning fighting a terrible war every generation X 242 ft.V tliifl ft. S 242 ft.K .
----- 'ture. And It will do that job if or two. It is also argued : Him ft !SIT 11. Twp. 34. Kgi. tin: to year Iitinl t ICHthitilnir' Hoard
i and said so to a disbelieving I :!l.'i A iicren. and Hfrnre n 1'.1111"01.. Then hole
permitted to the materials It that due the. Incredible productIon ,.. .
LOOKING AHEAD buy nation. We withdrew ourselves to Trustees of the Internal' ve tlr rc'iiitpfft, Miimphrleii at
needs for maintenance and expand machine we will have at the Improvement Fund of tbe Fort Pierre. n IIr..lth rlnht yfamrtpprlpiirr
from our foreign commitments as I II,.> lint of npdpnleat -
State nf Florida.
ing Its When Hitler finally war's end national income will
plant. our Truete.s' and n rppiitiitii for niiurf tlpntlnv,
The hospital doors swung open swiftly as possible and pursued a Ily Roy K. Kaiileraon. Agent
collapses the breakdown in transportation be so high that we will be able to I. I. Fund, Okeechohee County, t* h" 1I1I1..I.lll1n.l ,In nil* behind *v
and a man who had been bittenby | policy of 100 per cent Isolation. Khirliln. "P>' thin hi'V sell
a dog was rushed in and hur- will be one of the causes I' The American people seem to afford expenditures which would 1 lurR-p Htmli ..f nil -l/-.. nuttier

-movement Is the heart and soul have been impossible in the past, I "TIE OK .\ I"'LH'TW'i I OK I now on hand l. and inn plvo prompt
ried on to the operating room. think In different terms today. > I lire 1 with
Ire. itr
very M r% If on hnt M
I. : p: TO .I.I.11''' '' l.\MI :
lesson Is form Im I Pllt
'i''of modern warfl The we This of courser a of
he' I it iir l>r Itrlnr I, is for Ini -
Before to treatment and their leaders In both of.
submitting They In Court of Cumity .linlire. Ktiito
can read from Germany's experience perialism. But Its principal spokesmen Florlilii (ikeci-hohce County. 1 i .'....11..... 'I'"e.. me clot Iulraniee .
called for a pencil and paper and parties are coming to' realize the the lire and multtt It Rlle.allsfnrl"ra
is clear : Our American rail- I such as Wallace, Welles In re oHtnte of Connie Mnilnoiis, .
I .
began writing a list of names. Immense obligations which our 'of lI""r.I Hrr
'i I roads with their far-sighted management : Roosevelt Hoover and Willkie say Notice Is hereby iclven to nil whom Mn rurry OHO of flip lnrKPNt new
"Is that a list of you world leadership will Impose on us '
persons I
tire Ht-nch nn th* Kimt: ( mint.
It tlmt ]itnu: I'. Simni'iiis. -
expert crews and magni- that It will have little In common I nmy coiicorn.
want notified In case anything hap- after as well as durng the war. As ns cniinllnn' of ('''11',10', Slminiiiis.iiilinir. tin nhf n yon need n lire gAlpkly.Complrt. .
ficent physical facilities must be with the Imperialism of the past.Tht'y will, on the 2illh duty of July, I Ill.'%.-lf* Hti>iirtniput rimlrlnir *
pens? inquired the nurse, the United States News puts it, and l lance
kept rolling at all costs. It will not be based as A. I' tU2. liil.\'| .\ to the llnnor.iMcT. imfnttnv pnrt
"No" said the patient. brightly, :I after the war. "The world will be say \\'. Conely. Jr., County Judge In stork nf new end used Itlryrlp* now

"this Is a list of people I want to In no shape to run itself. There was the old imperialism, on sub- mil for add, County, nt his ofnVe In nn huml.voru.
Instead. It is to be li'cci'lioliee| In cull( ,Ciiuiity. nt ll>
bite just in case I develop hydro- i The statistics show that farm Income will be \the task of policing and of ject peoples. "'..I'k n. in., ,n'I" minn thereafter I PVSIMSS WILL BE
based on more or less equal peo- the I lie hoard, fur authority .II'Pi3EL'ATED"HUMPHRIES
ns mutter can
phobia."-Exchange. has risen substantially duringthe putting on their feet the 300,000,000
ples, with each given full opportunity to sell nt nulille or private
V past year. What the statisticsdo people of Europe. There will be and mile the Interest nf mild minor following I

A vivid light on the role of rail- not show Is that the farmer's the task of dealing with 80,000,000 to share In the wealth descrllied reel eHtute, In saidCounty
the world. tii-wll TIRE & RETREADINGCO.
roads in war Is found In commentsby costs have also risen heavilyandthat people In Japan. A year or two progress of doubt I. ,its 7 ands; : of niock 13 lllvcrsl'lc j I

some of the Amercan corre- such problems as labor are may elapse between the last bat- There are skeptics who I'ark. nililltliin to Ibo City of .
that all this can be done. Even its tikeecholiee.' Fonda us per pint
spondents recently exchanged at getting steadily worse. tle and the actual peace treaty.
i zealous advocates admit It is a colossal I 1111. I r,'" I'd In the" nt flee of Phone 1.19 South. Mxle lllgluway
I'll 1 k nl\ '11. till Court. t of Ok, '
--- -. ---- -- undertaking. It will be a ""h. '''.mint) ."'.1.111. In pint FORT PIERCE, FL.Wilt \..
I l t<,"' fI.It.1I. PIIKC 23.
--. -- journey of economic and exploration -
for which there are -- -

Iihi-charts nor precedents. But i' h 4A

millions of men and women believe '

that unless it succeeds "the last, '. \

best hope of earth" will be lost, anda

new dark age will come upon the

world: .4r.

NOTICE --V ri ? lelgw t41'ltaL
1 I '
I )

is the subject of the w '
(":":":. '
lesson-sermon which will be readin .

Churches of Christ, Scientist,

throughout the world on Sunday, I' I' I I' .

The Registration BooksFOR July 19. --

....... Of 19t.l: /
Xiillnl l. hi-ri-hy ulvm Unit K I ..T.Hiivls .
I'll.. IKSIICI! the 'ilh tiny uf .11I1,., A.
H. HUH: '1'", (.rtlll1', No.. mis.I'.i.'l' I ,
11IS4. 1H.17. 1'.l."i'. HUM. I'.lill.1IH14.\ I t
THIS OFFICEON and 3H7 tented, the 5tli day of Sep. I| A I II
ti-inlii-r. .\. li. 1II-J7 : Tux Certllli'iiiisNIL \ in
: 20111, 2IM72IKK1: 211114, 21(2(1( ail'JS.
21(211, 11'111': ami. "l'-20.Tj.: 211:1:1.: : 2 :w.JK'K .
THE FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST, 1942, 2IMII.': 2IMII: 204'i 2013 and; :" ASS:; to

:liui I h,,' iKsiifil the 3rd dav nf Si>pti'itihpr. AIR
A. P. Ifl''H ; Tax CprrlftVatesVn
WHICH ISAugust UIMI:: tii 13I: 2 Inc.. I'-2IBI.! 2IH1. 2IH2
end I'll'MSned/ tin5th" iliii "fAugust CONDITIONEDgpmpll
A. li. 1(2!( : '1'"" tVrillli-ii'
No. ,:3'l; I'i iii-i, lUll::! and iwul II> tntio
11,,-,, ISSIIIH! tin) 2ml day, nf .liini', AH. %
IICUI: : Tux OrtlHiMiti'S 1S7 l 101 .
and, li'-.*. Io.ii'd, the -Inl iliiv of Aim ,
3 "0'. V li IIKIt : Tax' Cortim-nto NnHU5 _
I Issiii'il thi Hlh tiny of June A. "
p, 1IKI2.! : null Tnx (Vriltlcntt-, :N. IIM' Dependable Service
liisimil I the 7th duty of Annum ,\ HVKI.1.
1942 : : hns llli'il' snnip In 111"r Low Fares
fire: hm made application! for. Tu
W Deed to he befell thereon sell CerW -
tlllrntHK i'llllinirl the fllllnwllltf "1)1srrllxil ) -

property. Site, of In Florida the Count, to-wit :ofOkei'hiilipp Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

AND CLOSE SATURDAY' I I.nts 1, 2. 7. k. 0. 11 mill U. and the North.
Ilk 1Lot: '. Hlk. 2 : Loin 110\
Inr. Hlk S. )I."lelto4ho'.nnd,
II tn v Inc.. Illk 4 : Lutz 1 tu 4 Northbavnrfly.
IMC and T.Ilk.. ft : Lots 3. It. 10 OKEECHOBEE . 140 'M 2:10 PM
mil. II. Illk. n. ante 1 to II Inc At. TAMPA . 10.10"'M t-SS PM Costs Less than Driyjn-
October 10 n 'in.I 111. Illk 7. Luts 2 I ti> 5 Inr.. Ar. LAKELAND . 110 AM ( SO PM
ilk < : I.otM 2 I tu R Inc.. Hlk. I'. Ar.ORLANDO 10 50 AM 7 4S PM One ftim4 5Ar.JACKSONVIIII
I ors '?> tn 4 Inr. nml II.Ilk.. 10 -. MS PM IMS, PM Way" '"
Lull 1 tu 12 Inc.. Blk. 11 : coil Af. TALLAHASSEE 44! PM 12 Sf AM
1942 I oti 1 tn 4 Inr.. 0 tn 11 Inn, nik. A'. LAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:10 AM JACIUONVILLI' 4:40: 7.93:

12. nil tii'lnir part nf U"llrOl',1.. OKEECH09ES . 440 PM 10 n PM TAM'A. 2.30 4,13
llltlun "II SlllilllvlMlnll nf Wit "f JACKSONVILLE . 345 AM MS: AM LAK1LANc 1.0 3,43
"f fee. U 37.It .
X.tor:\ SK'i Twp.
ORLANDO 2.50 4.50
33.Lots: .
Dieter coNNfcrioNi TAIIANA53E1 0.20
11 ,toe mk. 1 Lot
1 tn :
I 1 to 11 Inc. Illk. 2 : Lab 1 to 10
(lute Illk a. Luis 1 tn 3 IMP, 1to\ Poe ALL POINTS NORTH AND Will.loulhbxmd AUANfA. '.U IS.OS
Tne Office Hours will be from i 10 Inc, Blk. 4. nil helm part of MACON a 7.1S 12.90
llmnklyii I'ark, a o"lotlh'lell! of Oolnf VALOOI" I.U '.65
I XW'i (if NK'4: "': of NP.Vi of Moo.I Lv. OKEECHOIES 4 40 PM 10 45 PM IIIMINONAM 9.60 17.10
"II, T\\-i S7. Hire. 3.1.V'H Ar. MIAMI '.50 PM 2.30AMlv. NEW OILEANS 11.20 20.20
9:00 A. M. to 12:00 M and from 2:00 P. M. to 5:00 P. M. I I of !SK'i of SWii ; KIJ ofXW1 CHICAClO TI.OS n.50
lOt'o : 11'or \\ >,f, nthv Returning NEW ORK CITY 1100 2....
I ," '" I :sw. 0: x\v,4\ MIAMI 1000.AM 200AM
of S\VV NK'4 of IIW'{ of \ '\,. OKEECHOIEE . 2:10'hI 1.40AM
NFL RtVVR': : % of XE'4
..< ri/, ,d S\V" : nil' S'iI: ,,f T. H. NIX Agent STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION
X\\\4\ nf X\VV, nf. K\Vty ill hsIng ,
the purpose of registering anyone who has not registered.W. pnrt of S""'. It Twp. 37, HBO.

31 rnntnliilng' ; in2'/i acres morn
r li'us.Th Ilk
> asspssmpnt of enid property nn-
tI.| T snlil iVrtlBi-iitM "tssnoij wens ,In the
nniiipt uf Hi-, B. Alsohrnok llpnry.Toni'Hi
: Nancy I.nw; (inoriri Diullpv.innips '
B. HARGRAVES. .Tonkins! .T. T. rrMair : Fllxa
I'rMifon." .Tiinivs I'rl.lll"n'oAh; Mnn-
hum : IT.. WliiniitD. 8. J & A. J. retG: 1 'e volt ft 'et'
Supervisor of Registration Pnvls : o. II. ninkiii" E. R. Wrlghr.; 7..
II. Slinninns : T'nknnwn : II. II. Dml- I I II ,
It. rinnlimnypri -
sun I F. K IloTmnn : I'nill
r Okeechobfce County, Florida \ f T. A'lnliroo1: A. T. Bawler
W.: V, Jflpk ,mt a C. Connor J. 1 Q
A. ChrUtPinont Snl,l rntront EmninOroiivrrt I ,
K 1I"lpr.1", W, Jspksnn)
Delhi Hrnillny : Rillth A. Mn'lcrtKirniirn :
Hunk and Trust ('0. : A. .T'nklni :1
.T. 0. Oronvpr nail II. E. Chrlitpp 1

s on. .. I
'.nlp.. snlil rnrtlnVnti'S chill lie r. e 1
deemed *pp..ri1ln( to law property dpscrlhprt I r e I
therein shall h* mid. to the

hlihPit Mililcr, lit tii* ConrtbnnM door

\ on the flnt Monitor la the month of I II



JULY 17, 1942

r ....., ... .,.. ., ..,J.. ,. ..., -
v I
nectlon with the war effort are governed tire capable of standing up under
1 : ; : accords gly. all sorts of road conditions. Ten per cent of your IncomeIn
Too Late Classifylly Mr. Henderson wants to win the I War Bondi will help to
Happenings war BUT he wants to crack down V t build the planes and tanks
1 I Itl:;;;:;:;. k.tr like Simon Legree, regiment and that Hill Insure defeat of Hitler -

regulate everything and everybody, and his Axis partnnl.tOur .
EDITORIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 i {.r.{ oIo +++++oIoI + establish a Gestapo and do the job ,. eMiCa PIAM

America wants to win the war, right. V
I BUT The W. C. T. U. wants to win \." 7..v.f" .
Mrs, H. L, Walker Is spending ''will go to Louisville, Ky., where Congress wants to win the war, the war, BUT is more concerned fighting men are doing
this week In Sebring where she Is she will spend some time with a BUT congressmen want to win votes over a return of prohibition. i share Here at home
visiting trends. daughter before returnng to her and influence voters and with elee- I The Isolationists want to win the I .1,666 least we can do Is put 19%
: home here. j lions coming up finds it difficult to war, BUT they think we should ,>1 Income In War Bonds

Mr. and Mrs, Edward Alsobrookof -o- !I put the war first and the question : confine our efforts to the protect. I our share In America.
Arcadia were visitors who spent Miss Ruth Blum who has been of reelection second lion of the home front and let the
Saturday and Sunday In Okeecho I employed as bookkeeper In the i Labor wants to win the war, I lest of the world go hang. j
bee visiting friends and relatives.I I i Raulerson Department Store for : BUT at the same time make full 'I The old folks want to win the
the past two years has resigned use of the emergency to consolidate war, BUT they demand greater security I SUNRISE THEATREFORT

Mrs. N. O Culbreth and grand that place and left Sunday for Ft. I her gains secure higher wages and : and bigger and better pensions .
daughter, Virginia I I t i more complete control I PIERCE
Lee left Friday Myers where she has accepted a of Indus-
for Jacksonville where they spent I( position. trial employment. The young folks want to win the

several days with relatives before I i, -oOKEECHOBEE ,i Labor leaders want to win the war, BUT don't want to let It interfere I Sunday
going to Ashevllle N C. where AND GULF war, BUT object to any move that with their Jookin'. | Monday Tuesday
they will spend a month's vacation. I I COUNTIES COMPLIMENTEDBY : I| might Interfere with their racketeering I I It seems that Just about every-
--o- TRASl'RY DEPARTMENT methods of collecting enor- body wants to win the war BUT i
Mrs. B. ,I! I 1 I selfishness greed, fanaticism in- ': Adventure that Captures All The Thrill-Filled
O. Bowden left today for --- I;! mous tribute from the worker for or
her home in Tallahassee after I'I The Treasury Department has the right to work and fattening j:i tolerence wield such atremendous
spending two weeks here with Mr. I I officially proclaimed and complimented their purse at the expense of the Influence that very few folks are'I Violence of Old Key West
and Mrs Basil Bowden and fam- ', two small but live counties taxpayer.The willing to put them aside and go I
ily. j I Of Florida on their War Bond rec vast-growing army of bureaucrats all out for victory, r
-aMiss want to win the war, To date 'we are losing' the war I
Marie Walker is spending ord.A Treasury bulletin states that BUT they deeply resent any effort rather than winning it, and unless TIESt 'THRILL1HE

this week In Stuart where she is Okeechobee, with a quota for Julyof I to curtail their tremendous expenditures !I.I you and I and a lot of other folks SEEN ,
vsltlng Mrs Irma Myers. $5700 went over the top within I on non-essential activities or ret off our BUTS and concentrate SPECtACLE EVER
-o- a few hours of July 1, and that 'I I curb their duplicated effort,, waste on the Job serve got to do, it will SCREEN I
Albert Berka and his daughter I Gulf made Its full $8100 quota by I Inefficiency and ever Increasing be too late.Jacksonville. oN THE 3A

Jo Ann, returned Monday from New July 0.That's. !i powers V
+ '
York and New Jersey where they | hitting the war record "in Industry wants to win the war, Julv 15 FNHSi .fitet '91t+ b K 't
have spent the past month with high and we Join in congratulations -I BUT at a profit, and seeks to curb A Florida plant that tests show

friends and relatives |I j to the [patriotic: people of, J I,, labor and strengthen its own position produces from 3 to 10 percent pure
-0- I Okeechobee and Gulf. We are sure j latex may prove a solution to the
C C. Arrington will leave next | that many other If not all, Florida i i The great banking and corporate nation's rubber shortage problems
week for Jacksonville where he has counties, will be on the "over the ':I Interests want to win the war BUT uncording to the research division
accepted, a position, top" lit for the month, Tampa 'I at the same time tighten their ')' the Florida State Chamber of
Tribune grip on the nations and
-o- I I resources Commerce
Mrs. Earl Bond and little daughter -y-- safeguard their complete control llie
name of the is
arrived in Okeechobee Tuesday I N9WS ABOUT SERVICE :MEN through interlocking corporations, Crvptostegia -
I commonly called the
from Midland, Ga, and are spend- (Continued from page 1) cartels and colnbines pur-
ple al'cmanda It Is native to Florida
Ing some time here with Mr. and The farmer wants to win the war
Mrs J. F. Bond and family. I Private Smiley Waldron, son of I BUT won't stand for any ceiling and could be grown here In

-().... Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of on his products and wants the top quantity.
D. W. Cassel left yesterday for : Okeechobee, with the Infantry sta- dollar regardless. Experimental work Is now being:
Philadelphia where he will spend tioned at Camp Pickett, Va. Entered The housewife wants to win the carried on by both the research division -
two weeks with his/ mother and service In June 1942 war. BUT she don't see why she of the State Chamber of
other relatives. He will be on handto can't have all the su'jar she! needs Commerce directed by H I. Moss-
help celebrate his mothers 74th Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex or why she should worry about barger and the U, S Departmentof

birthday at her home there Monday Anderson, son of Mrs Lizzie Anderson saving fats and other materials. Agriculture's bureau of chemistry -

of Frostproof' and brother The war department wants to I and engineering t rI
-0- of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove win the war, BUT won't eliminatethe So enthused Is H O Knight of

Mrs J. F. Bond returned to her I Beach. stationed with the United brass hats and red tape or '\"' 1'- 'he Department that he claimedhe
home here Monday after spendinga States Navy at Key West, Florida hip of form would solve the rubber problemIn I
month at Bartow. Fla., and placesin Entered service in May 1942 The motorist wants to win the four months through the use of
Georgia where she visited friends war BVT he can't get along with- this rubber producing plant. Experimental api
and relatives. While in Georgiashe Granville N. Wilson, son of Mr. oi his car and feels that it Is an plantings are now growing ,,, s, ,
visited her son Earl Bond whoIs and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeecho- Imposition to expect him to go In Dade county and in the everglades

stationed with the United States I bee Seaman second class in United without gasoline or tires .
Army at Fort BennIng, Ga. States Navy aboard U. S S North The business man wants to win I The State Chamber was Informedthis
-0- Carolina. Entered service In Dec- the war BUT he wants to db business week by John L, Colljer pres
ember 1941.Corporal as usual and thinks that ident of the B F Goodrich Rubber d.
Frank M Bradley, deputy Clerkof i
price ceilings and priorities are un-
Company: of the Invention
of a rev-
Court of St. Lucie
Jessie D Wilson, son of necessary. I olutionary heavy-vehicle tubeless THIS $200 ROAD SHOW IS BEING BROUGHT TO FT, PIERCE AT
County at Fort Pierce, spent several -i
days of this week In Okeecho- Mr. and Mrs E. J. Wilson of Okee- The dollar-a-year man wants to'' tire which Is destined to save tons THE POPULAR PRICES OF ADULTS-MAT 40c NIGHT 50c PLUS
chobee, stationed at Moore win the war, BUT they can't fret of rubber now required for inner
bee attending to business and seeIng WAR TAX. CHILDREN UNDER 12-09c
Mission. Texas. Entered their old connections and obligations I tubes and flaps. Collyer said exhaustive :
.,. Mends Fleld'j and their decisions In
-- February 1942.- con-i tests prove the new type u_ __ _.. _, __ ___

Bill Bowden who Is employed by -
Private First Class Edgar J. Wil-
United States Sugar Corpora
son, son of Mr and Mrs. E. J, Wil- I ,
tion at Clewlston, spent Saturdayand
Okeechobee, United States -
son of = ,
Sunday here with his parents =
Mr and Mrs. Basil Bowden. Marine Corps stationed somewhere 'W'I'' ..u.I'
in the Pacific. Enlisted more than I c
-0- .. .
years ago
Mrs B, Blum and little grandson, _____ F ty' s aaySAR '
Marshal Jones, who has been visiting r
his grandparents here for the Hospital Apprentice First Class "Please send me lOe worth E l
I Marvin L Wilson, son of Mr and
two left
past months Wednesdayfor '
Mrs, E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, == "
Daytona Beach Mrs. Blum I .
Medical United States Naval ,
Corps "
will go from Daytona Beach to !
Air Station Jacksonville, Fla, Entered of eleclricily-Iodayll i"a
Baltimore, where she will visit her
the Navy in June 1941 ( '...-.
son Marshall, and from there she '... : +Nj
I M MMwV- -" Y :
will go to Bayonne N. J., where M'N niaMiw1
she will spend some time with an- [ BRITISH! FLIGHT SCHOOL AT'. "7"1"d }
other son, Milton and then she' I f.
I ,
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Clewiston, July 14 (FNS) The J.F 1t4"\
I British Flying Training School here I I I YOU had to order your day's supply of electricity Y % ;4A

Gilbert Theatre will celebrate its first birthday July fresh every morning, you'd appreciate neo more t 'rte : : :t:: l'

I 18, according to Officer O Burdick how Unit it coats and how much it dots for you to :: .
OKEECHOBEE Through the courtesy of the U. Actually bout. two-thlyds of all American yP'' a e."'

.... 9. Sugar Corporation the cadets will families light their! homes and run radios cleaners a t, f ;.tr&'

be allowed to use the Sugarland toasters percolators, clocks and washers t 'r '1'
FRI. & SAT. auditorium for a dance. Uf
for dimt less! l
July 17-18 The local training school is an day-or .

Embry-Rlddle Institution and is What's more that dime buys just about twice
recognized as one of the best flight ,
-In- training centers In the state I as much electricity for the average family' !

BELLE STARwith I -- I I IV as it did 10 to IS years ago! 2

RANDOLPH SCOTT AXD VICTORY BONDS These bargains don't just happen ;11'

-andPOWER- BOTH AID UNCLE SAM: I They come from the electric industry's aq !

constant effort to give you good service at low 4 jl
DIVE "Shall I buy war bonds or reduce I r
rates. They are made possible by practical +
farm mortgage
JEAN ARTHl'R my I have a chance?" efficient business managemint of an industry built ,, \ a,

RlCIIRDRLES This Is a question some farmers by the savings of millions of Americans '

lire asking secretary-treasurers of
Also Disney Cartoon I, their national farm loan assocla- That's the American way-and it works! ,

.... *ton' and the Federal Land Bankof
Jt works well that America is
to the so even though
Columbia. In answer
SUN. & MON. I I query, Julian H Scarborough, I luring record-breaking amounts of -'

July 19 20 I, ident of the Federal land pres'j c ectric power into the world's greatest I i '.h ..-
clared today: 'ocluction of tanks and -
planes, ships guns-
WALTER PIDGEO.V I I "Money sent to the Federal land ,
land : Ju still get low-cost current at the ,
MAUREEN O'HARA bank for future payments on ,
I bank or Commissioner loans-which t ik: of a switch in your home t'
-In- Is one way of reducing farm mortgage -
HOW GREEN WAS i Indebtedness invested elth-I ":obably the pennies you spend for
er In Government securities or deposited < ctric service bring you more for & xR M

MY VALLEYAlso with the U S, Treasury. ,F j 1.lur money than anything
This makes the farmers feel they OAIpANt
: March of Time ( se you buy. Would you take '
are accomplishing not one but two
Late New I' things in placing their cash In the ,;n cents a Jay for beating rugs, L

Gabby Cartoon ''future payment 'fund-they provide ,' : u tbing clothes and ,--J

.... for their own security and stop i '....nV lg oil lamhsP, 0,/F 0
payment of Interest on that part of k
Coming Attractions : their loan equal to the funds deposited -I ; <

and they are assured that
SUSPICION-Cary Grant Joan j'I the money will be working for Un. '

Fontaine cle Sam. i i ",1. ,
Mr Scarborough declared that I'
each farmer's problem la a little
Betty GrsbleTUTTLES
different so naturally each answer ,
OF TAHITI-Jem Hall must be different. He assured farm- ,

ers, however that war bonds and 1 ... ,Ji A..O .1.I4fS/ rr u /.
THEY DIED WITH THEIR future payment funds do not op ". i ivfFRJD.Y.

BOOTS, ON-Eroll' Flynn pose each other, but go hand In .. .

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