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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: January 2, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 27-Number 2 8, OkeechoV s, Florida, Friday, January 2, 1942. Price 5 Cents

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Old Ago Assistance CA 0\1: }\I:erica's \l ar Viethws FLORID\ TRAVEL-REMAINS-: GOOD. John Loftin Died


ReuCftfts Hew HighIn According to present sports, Miami Tuesday Not
Appeal> : for Icsur Help travel to Florida this winter will
I icmain( at the high level shown by
Mate l t of Florida v neavy train reservations before the Buried YesterdayJohn
United States became actively en.
gaged in the hostilities, and the
Jacksonville Jin 1 Spei m a resorts throughout the Sunshine Loftin long time residentof

Florida's CM! Age A"'lc',m,, t' pI.. State will have a-gala and pros Okeechobee County died at the

gram enters the New Year' uth a ; perous season. This Informationcomes Jackson Memorial hospital In Mi.

new high record as to the number 'rte & from Seaboard who Railway pas amt Tuesday afternoon of this week
senger men have conducted a
Of beneficiaries, the total amount survey in, 23 cities throughout from a reported heart attack.

paid out In monthly grants and the northeastern states. According to the statement of

average grant according to an. Of the 23 cities taken into con. Dr. O'Qulnn who 'Was called whet
nouncement here today of Leland' slderatlon In the survey, only nine
he was stricken the doctor was
W. Watt state welfare commission. showed cancellations |of train reser.
called to house about halt
a car a
er. Stepping up of the program on vatlons over and above what nor.
July 1, the ,beginning of the present orally would come In. In ten, book, mile Iron Hialeah on State Road
fiscal year, has resulted in the av. ings were progressing exactly as 2$ and arrived there at about 8.30:
erage grantbeing boosted from they should, based upon, the trend and administered a heart stlmu.
11314 to $1374; has Increased the r during the last few months. Four lant to Mr. Loftin and he responded
number of recipients from 37,588 WILBUR C| KING showed a marked Increase, even a.; promply.
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to 38.742-a. gain of 1,054-and has bove the heavy bookings which Dr. O'Qoinn stated that he was
increased total monthly expend:tur. Wilbur C. King of have been pouring Into the passen. to make another trip out to see Mr.
es for grants from $493.298 to $S32,. ger offices of the railroad since the Loftin during the day but that a.
340. .first part of September bout eleven o'clock) he received
The average grant during the Zolfo Is Candidatefor "What with stepped.up produc. another telephone call to come out
past month, it was pointed out, .,jI. tlon and a seven day week for many and when he arrived he found Mr.
jumped from $1355 to $13.74, the I American workers necessary recre. Loftin unconscious and he 1mmed.
Commission
largest increase for a single month RR ation will play a very Importantpart ately rushed Mm to Jackson Mem.
since the stepping up process was In National efficiency," states oral hospital and placed him un.
begun. ';i Mr W. J Kenealy General Passen. der a oxygen tent but h. died that
The enlarged program has been Zolfo Springs, Jan. 1-Wilbur C. I. cIf ger Agent "All work and no play I afternoon about five o'clOCk with,
made possible Commissioner Hlatt King farmer citrus grower and makes Jack a dull boy, and the out regaining consciousness
explained by the action of the merchant, today announced his can. workers will be able to do a better I Funeral service were to have
State Welfare Board in spendingthe didacy for a member of the Flor. job for the Nation's war effort if i been at Basslnger yesterday after,
regular $3400000 welfare ap. Ida Railroad Commission In Group every now and then they take a noon at two o'clock but during the
picprlation over a 10 month period 2, the office now held by: Jerry W, a" jeyi short time out to rest and relax. : morning several citizens talked the

I; the remaining two months of the Carter, on a platform pledging V ,I matter over with State Attorney
fiscal! year to be made up from new greater assistance to agriculture, I O. A. Worley of Miami and he '.
next May. Florida Power and
subject to the primaries
revenues raised by horse track tax. dered the sheriff to take the oody
\\f a levied by the 1941 session of thee "I promise, if elected, said King I to Fort Pierce where it was to be

\: legislature. This was In accordance T> devcte my Railroad entire time Commissionin to the Light Company Has | examined for any foul play.
duties of the
U with the suggestion of Governor the development of agricultureand a 3 b h :r & I,I As we go to press there is noth.
I Holland. tag new in the case and we are
additional funds for the citrus industry in partlc. Restricted Areas
Anticipating unable to say when the ,funeral
Old Age Assistance as the racing ular, and the commercial welfare of $ I,I will be held.State.

9 season progresses, the State Wet. i the'Agriculture state In general"I livestock and the 111111 'I till ;hMiii4iiWjj! ; I I V-
fare Board has authorized investt. I Miami December 31-All Florida
rs,, gallon of all pending< applications citrus industry are due direct re. Power and Light properties, direct NewsGovernor
> to avoid delay in adding more presentation on the Commission, ly engaged In the operation of el.
';-lot names to the rolls I I and they do not have It now At First war potter of the new World War, painted by the distinguished ectrlc and gas services are now re.
r ..y V the same time I intend to deal artist James Montgomery Flags, carries an appeal' for I $50,000,000 war girded as "restricted areas" and Holland has irKlalmed
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} # I fairly with all other Interests be. I fund to aid the victims of aggression upon the United States and its will be closed to "all persons except! the week of January 5 to,12 "Flor.
Personal! fore the Commission guided prl. !Island possessions Company employees and recresen, I Ida Aviation Cadet Week.." during
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r marlly by the welfare of the peo. ,i I To aid the victims of warfare be. In launching the appeal, Chair. tatlves of the War and Navy De. | which he urges young Floridians to
-- .JJla.I oLI'lorlda." fag waged upon( America and. ber I man Davis said: partments and. Federal Power Corn, give ,serious consideration to flying
44 r Mr, and Mrs. Oeo Morrison and "I do not hold any salaried Pl_ I Island possessions, the American "There are millions( of our citizen mission: "* .-, career a s '11. nteans'of wart'rrie see.,,
twin daughters. Susan and Sarah itlcal po'ltion and consequently I Red Crpss has Issued an appeal fora who desire today to demon. J, H. White, general superinten. vice and peacetime opportunity.'
of New Orleans were Christmas am not mak.ng this rice at the ex. OOOOOOO war fund Chairman strate their will to victory over the dent of the company, disclosed in
visitors of Mr and Mrs W H. Rus. f d i:v? .. :.ie tax payers." Norman H. Davis announced from enemy. Not all can be In the armed I a communication to departmentheads The Seaboard Air Line's crack
sell, Parrott Ave. King\ described himself as a "far. the national headquarters in Wash forces, and not all can volunteer that this rigid policy of ex. "Florida Sunbeam" operating from
Mr. and Mrs Tom Ross of South mer and grower oho has walked: ington. their services for humanitarian eluding everybody except those with the west to all Florida points, is
work, but all can volunteer their
Carolina were Christmas visitors of oehlnd the pow.: ." He Is a native Mr. Davis urged men, women and dollars proper credentials is In compliancewith pioving one of the most popular
to arm the Red Cross to be
Mr. and Mrs Zeke Harmon and of Citrus Couiuv and; is an active children to give to this mercy fund their representative at the scene of an order. from the War De. tourist carriers this winter with
family.. farmer, citrus grower end mer. through their local Red Cross Chap battle and distress partment. reservations heavy through the
Mr Julian Morrison of Camp chant. ters. These funds will support the "Today fe 1 the day to demonstrate Admittance restrictions apply to month of January, officials report
Blanding was a recent visitor of his He served ten years on thecoun.. Chapter's war work with the families our high morale our unity, our de electric generating stations, sub. -
mother Mrs. W H Russell ty jommlss.on of Hardee County of men In the military servIces, termination not alone to supportour stations, warehouses and store The State Board of Education
Mr. and Mrs J H Walker, Jr. and sixteen years on the town coun. as well as the broad relief programof President and our fighting men rooms, repair shops, garages, gas announced last week that all Ger.
and family spent the Christmas ell cf Zolfo Springs, being: chair, the national Red Cross. at the front, tut also to Insure to plants, fuel terminals and docks. man language text books have been
holidays with their son, Johnny, I man of both bodies for many years. President Roosevelt, who Is pres. our wounded, homeless and suffering Department heads were advised to removed from free text books listed
who la stationed at Savannah of the ident of the American Red Cross fellow citizens In our Paclflc
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He is a former president make necessary arrangements to by the state. Revised adoptionswill
with the Air C,'rps. State Association of County Com.. Issued a proclamation ntglng all Islands that we stand one hundred I insure the order's rigid enforce be made for elementary and
citizens to give to the Red Cross per cent ready to aid them through
David Castle also with the Air mlssloners war fund. | the Red I ment continuously in the future. high school language courses
Corps had Christmas dinner with I The War Department order clas. -
the Walker family Both Johnnyand week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Crone"i I IMayor's shying all public utility propertiesas Recognizing the value of the Flor.
David say hello to their friends I R. C Evans I restricted areas has automatical Ida State Fair as a means of reach.
In Okeechobee I Mrs. O C. Finger and daughter, ly cancelled the Power company's ing not only the people of Florida
Mr. and Mrs Walker of I Lillian, of Fort Myers were visitors I Proclamation !
Henry i i long standing policy of welcoming but countless thousands iron other
Lake Worth spent the Christmas nere last Friday. Miss! Constance II I I visitors to their plants states as well, the Federa. govern.
holidays here aMiss vinopr__ Commercial______ teacher. in the -
visiting relatives .n. nm Is
I i v. ment taking an entire building
local school returned home WHEREAS the of the expenditure of large sums of mo.
Marie Walker Is spending high people Un. CAR OWNERS REQUIRED TO ; for special displays to acquaint peo.
this we.K with Miss Aletha Walker.) with them for the holidays. ited States and their armed forces, ney !I BRING IN OLD LICENSE TAG pie with governmental activities In
Mr. Matty King arrived Tuesday Mr and Mrs Johnny Johnsonare lolloping a direct and unprovoked THEREFORE, I H. H Raulerson i I connection with national defense.
Dec 23 to spend the holidays \with spending the holidays in Lake. attack by an alien power, have en. Mayor of Okeechobee, Florida call )I Bessie Alderman, Okeechobee
his wife, Mrs, Elena King and son land wUh Mrs. Johnson's parents.Mr lend with determination upon a upon the members of my commun. County Tax Collector, who hand.
Tex Mr, King Is dance for Warner Brothers and Univer.' Mr and Mrs. William B Kerst WHEREAS expansion of our Ar. ''Cross Chapter their generous and i I this county announces that all car ?ou Jo Jlaqrsaq.4 auwagap oj shad

sal Studios in Hollywood, Calif of Salad, N. Y., winter' visitors of my, Navy, Marine Corps and CoastGuard unstinted support to the American owners who expect to purchase new 'BPIJOLi aq UO sSujpunos Rqesg8upsut
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Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Paulllng of Sarasota and Mr- and Mrs. Claud and :of our war industries' Red Cross emergency war fund of tags are required by the state to Ujj.ijq HI* pusIBUOIJBM JuIPllnq
Leesburg, Fla, have taken one of Campbell Sarasota returned home will proceed \upon a scale:: unpre.tedented $50,000,000 as outlined in President bring their old tags to her office dues: dn ; jsju m ui uaJ8nb
Mrs. King's apartments on Sem. Monday night after visiting a few In our history; and : Roosevelt's recent proclamation, \: when purchasing their new tag. I "pwtl 40dx3 gas SABU Junuasaidsau nx x jo egsaalul saaulg
hole Avenue. days with Mr and Mrs V. E. Llg. WHEREAS American citizens are This fund not only will aid the This Is a requirement by the state *uon [ no
Mr. and Mrs1 Roscoe Markham htsey and friends. .uifering great injury and property'' national Red Cross to expand Its''I and must be complied with. tst ; Xaant Bltn paounouug iilWJ.rc1
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returned Sunday from Fort Valley Master Johnnie Swain, Jr. of r,..IIS from air attack and are in need services place them upon a war V ---
Ga. where they spent Christmas South Miami is spending the hot. -l; duect and Immediate help; and basis and permit this great organ. I I Sheriff L. L- Conrad was a vis. the announcement that
with Mrs Roscoe Markham's par. (days: with his aunts Mrs. V. ELlghtsey WHEREAS further preparations izatlon to play its tradtlonal role liar In Miami Wednesday attend. II;1 Jacksonville had dropped the spon.
ents. Mr. and Mrs J. W Pearson and Mrs. J. T. Phelps of must be made to protect American In saving life, and In helping our ,I ing to business for the sheriffs '..sorship of the Fat Stock Show,
Virginia Purcell of Orlando FU, ths city and his grandmother, cities and American populations country achieve its final victory, I I office |I Quincy announced this week that
returned with Mr and Mrs. Mark, Mrs L. O- Swain of Midway Fla. lr\lm unnecessary suffering during but also will aid our local chapter ,I G bert Culbreth and daughter |'the Junior Chamber of Commerce
ham for a short visit. Miss Virginia and Robert Elder air attack or disaster caused by In meeting Its war.tlme public ser.I. I Miss Virginia Lee, Mrs. M O- Cul. I hopes to arrange for holding the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Markham and returned to Athens, Georgia Sun. aootage; andWHEREAS vice obligations; and I further pro. breih, and Miss Leona Walker will i show at Quincy It Is proposed to
daughter, Elizabeth of Bedford, day after spending the Christmas the American Red claim that your contributions to return tonight from Dothan Ala., hold the show In Quincy sometime
Va. are spending the holidays herewith holiday with their Aunt. Mrs. Cross Is the only organization in this fund will represent your tan.1 where they spent the New Year In February

their sons and families. Mr. Arthur Brass, Sr our land equipped and ready, first, '.,glble share In our mighty battle for i holidays ___
and Mrs. Allen Markham and Arthur Brass, Jr. spent Christmas w provide warfare assistance to the freedom, for Justice, and for the Miss Norma: and Jimmy Cureton More than a hundred RAF cadets
children and Mr and Mrs. Roscoe( with his mother, Mrs. A. W. Brass men who are defending our coun. very survival of our nation i of Lake Wales spent the Christmas 'from RiddleMcKay Aero College
Markham Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Roebuck and uy at home and overseas, throughthe H. H. Raulerson Zayor holidays In Okeechobee with their I II : were guests Christmas day of Cor.
Mrs J. M Carr and daughters Elizabeth motored to West Palm services of Red Cross Field Dir. V I I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 1.1 I nellus Vanderbilt of West Palm

Betty and Pat arrived from Cor. Beach Thursday, Dec. 25 to spend ectors, volunteers and blood doners; FOR REPRESENTATIVELY Ij. Swlndal. ,: Beach at the Rod and Reel Club
bin, Ky. to Join Mr. Carr who is Christmas day with Mr. Roebuck's second, to assist American evacuees THE LEGISLATURE Mr. and Mrs. J. M Jones of Lake In that city, Mr. Vanderbilt plan.
connected with the Okeechobee parents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Roe. nom danger zones; third, to fur. I ___ I II I Wales spent Chrlstmas day in O. ned a varied program of entertain.
News. Mr. Carr was advertising bUCk ther equip our communities with take this opportunity to an. I keechobee as the guests of Mr and ment for the British boys Includ.
Manager of The Trl.County News Mr. and Mrs. O H. Parkerson, trained Red cross Motor Corps nounce that I am a candidate< for Mrs. I. J. Swlndal. j tag swimming, golf, tennis and
at Corbin. They have taken one of local manager of Florida Power and Canteer. Corps Nurses Aide Corps, : re.electlon to the office of Repres. I Garrett Swlndal who Is a studentat I slght.seelng as well as the Christ
the Seminole apartments.Mr. Light Co left Wednesday for Val. Fust Aid Units, and other vital res. entatlve in the Florida Legislaturefor the University of Florida at I mas luncheon and dinner.
and Mrs. Eddie Turman and dosta Georgia to visit their new cue corps instrumental in saving Okeechobee County In the Gainesville will leave in a few days -
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children Eddie Jr., Shirley and grand daughter. human life; fourth, to bolster the Democratic Primaries In May 1942, for that place after spending the As a Christmas; present to all
Karen of Miami visited Mr and Mr. and Mrs, Albert Berka strength of the nation and the na.. I i I W. J. (BILL) HENDRY Christmas' holidays with his par. : employees 01 the U. S- Sugar Cor.
Mrs. 0 V. Flippen Sunday. Mr. and son Albert. Jr. and tlons war effort by such servicesas V I I I ents, Mr and Mrs. I. J. Swlndal. I poratlon, both white and colored
H. Herring of Bowen. Illinois ac. daughter Miss Joan returned Fri. Accident Prevention, Disaster HOME: GUARD UNIT Lynwood Williams who''Is em. folders giving details of the new
companied his daughter Mrs. Tur. day night from Perry where they Relief, Home Nursing and Public TO MEET IN COURT HOUSE j I i ployed in Key West spent the employees' participation plan were
man on their visit. spent Christmas with the sister of Health Nursing; fifth, to train our Christmas holidays in Okeechobeewth handed out on Christmas eve The
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Evans and Mrs. Berka. young people in the paths of ser.I. I I| A meeting has been called for I I Garrett S*indal. new plan will permit every employ.
sons Duane and Bobby spent Xmas. Mr and Mrs. C. B. Dutfey re. vice and good citizenship through'' Friday at 7.30: p. m for all volun. I Mike Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. ee to draw a bonus this year ap.
day with Mrs. Evans mother, Mrs., turned Monday night from Pen. the medium of the Junior Red teers desiring to join a Home Guard'!I J. L. Barber, left yesterday forI proximately twice that of last year,
Mary Padgett In Fort Pierce. "I I! sacola where they spent last week Cross; andWHEREAS,....., '! Unit to meet at the Court House j I.I Miami where he is spending sav. providing the full crop of cane is
Mrs. Stanley Diamond of WestPalen with their son and daughter.in. such a program as II at that hour. Do your duty and 1 eral days. with Mr. and Mrs. Joe harvested and the sugar price stays
Beach, Fla. Is spending a law. outlined above will necessitate the I be there. I I I Fisher s at the present, levelRoht

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TWO mE OKEECJlOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, USUARY Z, 194Z
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ACH SAM UASSREMODELLED NOTICE OF Arl'LlcATIO ow' photograph of a tiger shark
ODltC1'dtohcc Ncus( FIII T.\" Uttu: : 7JR.IIev,
j HISCHIMNEY' Lace of 103.1 taken under water In the Marine MI"JI D.

Studios at Marlnel8J1e, Florida,

Published every Friday by the ; llelulry Nudes, fistle I. h'ruhy I, Ileudrv IflvPI' and that Anne W. )J., proves that sharks can bite with. as

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- Duurnnson huller; of:: 'fax ('prtflrnre: out turning Her It has been the '
bee Okeechobee County Florida' No. :1111. loaned the list day nt'UV""I' 466LIOUID.WLLTS
In order to
her A. II 111:17. hna flied enme III 5(51.nfflre general belief that t. (
: hoe IIIIIIle "IlIp.lInn fur n tack a shark had to turn on Its
BOWDEN. Editor Tax Deed to he 1.lu'o thereon 5111,1. back ,SALVE,NOSE 0R0Nisr
BRYANT ('s'rtlfl'oto eusIirun. the tollo11111 de
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Okeechobee, Florida under tte I n./IIelll of slid ""r"I.rl noI.r .
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Act of March e, 18'79.SUBSCRrrTtoN. IInue of /.IIIr.b E. $..\\.rd.
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RATE .It'.rlhed Ih'r11I .hnll h. sold to the f l 4 s /in,
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Reading notices In local col. IamnII I roll T.\\ DEED 1, ,. ftib Y

tOe a line. Rates for display lisle or 1033Nuti'r :

Idvertlslnl( furnished on ap'lplication. I II 5a h'.I". given Ihlll 1' 1
advertising 2c I I Folioed holder! of Tux C'rllrle'IIIl' \: ?.
Classified Allit r! 1111. IeoOril the nth dp' ut doll'. .\ II
each word each Insertion I 11)2(1) nod ::112 and ::111".1: the 'red
Reding! enterprises con .1'1\' nf',1ou.. .\. I' 1'1111.; ( hue (III, "1coins.
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for profit Are chargeable! I for n 'I'll' 11,1 In hr 1..11..1 7' in
rates. day of the lhlra month fo1. NOTICE 0. ,,','r.lr \T'IIS FIR thereon' Snld' ('rllfle'III" 1.l1Ihrll', I1),..
at advertising I ..\\. IIEEn r"II\\'It'1f dneerihpd prnperll' I" ,
lowlnlhe close 01 the fiscal I1)r
year (f.'nu or 1933) (O"ullly of IIk'.r". $hIr( fIr ,,
FL.\G WHERE AND WITH WHOM Notice II hereby lIven that Floyd I ids 10.\\1t : a AIR
PLEDGE TO THE Long. holder ot "u Certlflcnte No 201'1 14 1,2 exrept yule 11 nlll n. "r' Ii'
allrgan'e: to the Flag MUST INCOME; TAX RETURNS Issued, the 71b dny rt Anu.l, A. D, 'I'a'p. 879 Hit. ::158:. (11111111111 2(01( Ii""' J
'I pledge BE FILED In the Internal revenue !U33.. has filed I..me In my office: hnl I 1111 Issued the nth llIv of ..rllhA he CONDITIONEDedmp11
or the 'nitI'd Stales of AmerIca district In which the made application foe n Tax Deed 10 b I si': 1I lOr S\\ 1/xnd, NItI I .. e
and to the Republic for person lII.n.d Ihl'roon. Sold Certltle.la em sll' '1.4 Mgr'. ::10. '1'\\1' :ITV! II". 3'I'y b
Indiisible I lives or has his chief place or business meal the following deerrlhed properlin ('?"1/ll1h'lf, 'n n..r'o1..11".11
which It stands: One nation and with the collector of In.tprnal tho Connly. of Okeechobee. State eFluNdnM t! 9'hr', / lIt 1111,1, 1'1'1'1'1' nuder "
with liberty and justice wlt : wind ('rrtlfleato "Isoned \\/10 Ill 'n'
rennue. J.'r"m IInneopk, M L hetw.en Sees l1alll., lOr 1'. S. ('11/11111,1/1111. O. M. 'I'ii.r ,
for all." 4 ,mid, 0. "nld 1Iao: '
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HOW DOE3 ONE MAKE OUT
: cork M I. 2HO. 1L 10 NW line ot 1'I lice on,,1,1 Corllflrnh' chill )Iii' ", Dependable Service
HIS INCOME TAX RETURN? By I I.. J. inahle pr"l.erltor I'OR : 1"11I.1 /I""flr,111I1I Ifl In\\. l'r"I".rl'
'ont thoaep,, II :,IS 010111'1 21 mlnnlea W3R3 ,1"1'1),1' ) Ihen'llI .101111 he auld I" rtebighret .
I I'ORlI.\TlOS: ABOUT following the detailed Instructions .. Low Fares
t : rt to 17 toot water I..vel ot T.eke 1,1,10'1'' iii the ('onrlhiss. 'ion "
INCOME: TAX RETURNS given on the Income tax blanks 1I1-t.Y: nlllnil 11 twit water "'v1 1 1< Itll' first Oloudny III the tnuuttl" .I I i I
III''". I" 1.1. 1I1'1."olh' 01 )'1111"111 ,,'Itbl.roJ..I..1 I"'rllnrIln.' \ which II the 2ud d I.,' I
i Form 1040 and Form 10-lOA .
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FILE A RETURN ? 1 ttonal simplified form) 1'111"1'1) S 35:; .1"llr..el 21 minter E 1111lp,1 this 2nd sin y lit .fllllllnr)'. 1942 Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

WHO MUST WHAT IS THE TAX RATE? A 41MI ft. III IInnpfIf'k M J. NWly along Roy: U. 1t.\I.UIII1I1S.: and the North
Every single person having a gross Sr J. nQII ftSrr clerk ('lr"1I1t ('flllri nrt
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more: every mar. normal tax of 4 percent on the amount 0. Top) 38 M, 1L 36 E. contain ." ",'hnl", ,' ('.'''III h'. I'InrldeIClrr'olt '
Income of $750 or ,, Nor5hb.undto.
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of the net Income In excess log 431 Aer ,'nllrl 5,1,1)Tort. .
rled person not living with husband ,I 'I'hp 0.0".01111'111 "t sold property) under :2. 11. 1'1. 23. 50. OKEECHOBEI . 140 AM 2:10 PM
Of the allowable credits against net old l.rtlflrnte, 1..lIe,111I, In the name A' TAMPA . 1010AM 455 PM Costs less thlll Driving
or wife and having a gross Income or T'uknown. -- Ar. LAKELAND . 110 AM 1'50 PM
Income of $750 or more: and married I (personal exemption credits rnlpsp enid, 'rlltIPAte shall he re'1nn'd A'. ORLANDO . 1050 AM 745 PM Oce IsuadAr
with husband I for dependents Interest on obllga- 8pporlInlf I" law. property) de.rlhnl NOTICE \I'I'1.H'\TIIIX Hilt JACKSONVIL. E . 3.15 PM 11'45 PM Wry TIP
persons living I .. TALLAHASSEE . 445 PM 1151 AM
11'1'.111' .hAII he sold 10 tb.IIlrh..1 I
gallons of the United States ana Its T11.1): 210 $ 7.10
or wife who have an aggregate kidder! BI the l'onrthnusp dnor A. LAKE CITY . 2.21 PM 1:10 AM -CIUOHVILLI' : :
4.40 7.1!
Instrumentalities and earned In. month ofTnmmrv 1.111IIr 19:13 i I
I l tIn the tlr.1 lonloy In the
gross Income Of $1.600 or more. nt Lv.OKEECHOBE& 4:40: PM 10.45 PM TAMPA 2.30 ..11
blph II the IIlh
WHEN MUST RETURNS BE come credit) In the computation of 3942.Untrd 1'H2.. day Nutire I. l..r.h\ given Ihlll g .1..1.n'I. Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1.45 AM ':15 AM LAKELANO 1.0 3..5
the normal tu net Income and January holder "t Toe ('erllRrntrs N" ORLANDO 2.50 ..50
FILED? For the calendar year 1941. : I I thle :Sri day: of TI.ppmh"r. 1941 1 I'150. IM..d the fifth dry lit Nrptenlhpr ) : DIRECT CONNECTIONS Ar JACKSONVILLE, 'AUA. TAIAKI EI 0.20

on or before March 16. 1942. For a graduated surtax on the amount '..ROY..'.k I (R.'lr",1t ItAI'"nllrl.Ok.pl..h..p F.ItIlON. .A. 11. hk7 : l'ertlficaro Xn. 24511to : NASSEi AND &AU CITY WITH ORUHOUND LINES CITY 4a.33" ,..,
the of net Income In excess of the allowable (',,"nIY. Florid.. 4.1.1 Ing.. ,and, 2484 to 217a III". Is.erred fOR AU POINTS NORTH AND wur. IIn.-Nrll. a.35 1S.05 I
the fiscal! year. on or before the fifth dllflf August. A. 11. .
credits ( : l"" "It COllrl lIeo!) MACON a 7,13 12."
personal exempt Per 0. 12. 19. 211. JaD. 2NOTICEE : 11:11 : ('"rlltlp"I.in... IOtI. 1.'lI'd' the SouthboundOoinp' vaioosra 6,55 '..61Lv.
---- : Ion and credit for dependents) a. 'i around'.. day nr June. A. n. 1IJO.: And OKEECHOBEI . 440 PM 10:41 PM IIIMINOMAM 9,50 17.ro
I galnst net Income In the computation : ( .rllrlpnl.io.. 874. I."pd the first A' MIAMI . '.50 PM 2:30: AM NEW ORLUH' TT.20 20.2'
of APPLICATION FOR IIY lIt 0..101.. A. D. 111:14.: hits fired
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18.0S 32.S'
CHICAGO
CLASSIFIED ADS i of the surtax net Income TAt: DEED soma In my nfflre; has made 8)11lIpo') A./wnln, NEW YORK "n 16.oq 28."
thou for a Tu Deed 10 hp Isenpdthereon ,
I V4MERICA -, taw. of leas 11/1101 ""prll'I..I pl1lhrll" thefollowing Lv. MIAMI . 1000AM 200AM
A..OKEECHOIEI 2:10 PM 1:40: AM
RATE-Two cents a wC rcL Mln Nodes 10 hereby given that W 8. Ileacrlbed property III the
Imam charge, 25 eent& ON GUARD! ,'okpr holder! of fAK C.rllfIPAI Ol. County ot Okp.bob. 111111. ot .'1"1'1,111.In..1t .
021 10 958 Inclusive luu.d the Srd day :
Above Ie a reproduction of the ,t September A. D. 1928. hoe tiled lime '.01. 1 10 Iq 111M.. J1Ik. 11.Lot. T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION
FOR SALE-Reilstered Jersey and i ''In my office : has made application for I. 2. R. fond 1 In 1. (htr.. Itlle,
Defense
Guernsey Dairy Cattle See Mrs.J. I Treasury Department' A Tex Deed 10 he Issued Ih..roon. SAid U and Lute 1 tn :0 Inr. Blk. U. Snnth
SaYings Poster showing an exact C"rtltlrot. embrace the following de west Addition "bltvl.lnn of the Iyret
W. Walston 2.l42 I duplication of the original "Hin1lte I'rlhNI )property In the County of Okee'hnhee 1110 ft. ot Pre. 21. North 0' II1... ntIIW E
: __. Man" ltatue by famed sculptor State ot Flnrldn to..It : 1ot See 21. Twp) 31. It :33. .
Entire Subdivision of OkepehoheeI1lghiande The "".".OI1lP"t of onll
property undor .
Daniel Chester French. Defense
bel U
LOST-November
pare .
A "hdlvl.lnn nt SE4ot \ 111101 Crrtifloates 1..11.,1 woe In theenme ,
Remington Automatic shot gun : Bonds and Stamps, on sale at your M.e 8. Twp 87 8. Rge. 85 E. ot Okwwhnhee Clly Land ro..
bank or office, are a vital Icon n. Fordhnu4 .
post parts The A..llm.nl ot IBid )property unIlrr I'"know" IIl1wllr.1II.
mites from
about twenty Okeecho Amenea' defense preparatloDIIo I said' .rllrtrol.1 hlued was 10 the Ratee. Mr.. lIollh..th .1. lplIIl'r.O. 113 : hdruA r I
bee City on the Okeechobee name of llerkimer I Land Company.i'nleaa I'. Oriffin. Rnrl F. Jllh"11 mid.
I ..
.nld Certltlr ateu shall be redwmpl H. E. IIl1rrlo"n. -
Moore Haven road Reward for 1IIIIIIII/lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! / III/IIIWIJIIIIIIIIIIII/I111/! I I !/ A"poNltnll to law property do.o'rib.d l'oll's said. 'erll'h'ot. .h/lll 10. re f'I'I SiA
Its return Call Okeechobee News Ih..r..ln .hnll h. sold 10 the hlll'b. dpempl n.or,1I1I1t 10 P/I\\'. ",",,,..t.
get h"flpr! BI the Courthouse door nn It..rlh.,1 therein .hllil he sold 10 the
office I LET US PRINT the first Mnnlo" In the month If Jan hlllh..ot hlddr 1 nt the ('ullrlh", .1.,
nary: 11\4'. 'bl..b 10 the IIlb dAY If Jan un the first J"n.loy III the month of .
GUITARS AND VIOLINS Repaired YOUR NEXT ORDER uor\ 1942.Dnted ",..hr""r194 'hll'h ,I. the ss oil 1
: this .Ih dAY ot Deeemher 1041 I/lv ot Frhniarv. 11542.
Bows refilled Prices reasonable. OF I ROY' R. nAP1E8'toN. Dated IhlB 2nd dllv lIt J.IIIIIOr1nt,.
DAN FLINN ARCADIA FLA. Clerk 'Irp't Court ofI I IWII Il.hi'I.EIM,1\ I
I O'.0o.h, hoe Cnlmty: t1nr"'B" ('h'rk {'I 1''.."It 1'ourt ofIkeerhubee
COMMERCIALPRINTING "11'1'1111 "ollrt Seal ( t'aulltl FlorianII = ,
HOUSES FOR RENT-Furnilhecl 'inn. 5. 12. 19 25. Jan :II "r'nlt I (11I11'1 Svd" 4
I .11551. :2. n. 111. 2:1.: ::10. ,
or unfurni.h.d. S.. D. B. Mc.Carthy I i .

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I..t.t I. .2 3 nod 3. Rlk :I. 1I0IIIIerll,

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-- I tgext Tr..."'". I. I. 'IIIII.
= that into effect Jan 5 1942 all
tr 2
goes Okl''h"' ( ''"111.\'. ',rhhl'.11I11. 1oi \
2. 9. 1n. :,. Soo'riev i4-}
] anti business will .
pleasure cars ( many cars == -

=--:.: not be allowed to purchase new tires, The -: FOR of T\I'I'I.U'T'II'Ii IEEI: : I that t,,.

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Government and Tire Companies ask that ;.:;; low IIr 19.1.1 l ,
.S"tI" I. 11..1'\' ) h'l'lI 'h.ot .1. II. 1UJ
I }t'nrd' holder .r 'flU 'rllth'AI. .
. every one do everything possible to make I 2. II'"III :32 1'.111, the ::11',1', dny "t lulu X. Our
.1 11. 11I:1iI .
1111. 11.1 neibiUty
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their tires ]last ==:= fh.. has mule. '
present as long as possible. 1I1'"lh'III for' II 1'11'1' .
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= ===f I 1"1 I. 1.,1 then,". 'old, "pr'lIIh"II. direct ,. ,
. When they become smooth have them re- IlflrO(. ."'. I1). 'I1\\'hlll .h..rlh t the
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1"1"1'1\' ) Ih "bnory' 'Fr Okeerhnh. is
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= treaded 01' recapped at once. We urge you -- I "", W, II. ..r l.ul 1. HI..k' H. lily loyal AmericaJ ,
er.I<" fork ,1,1111, ,,". 1.1, and III
: not to run your tire too far. When they Jilk \I.'Glnohxtl) 1111. everY P
== I The, .....'..11..111 nr ,,"1,1 prnl..rh, nu oi
become smooth, send them to us and we : I I I,'r ,skid, "f'rllrh'" 1.,1 wle, III Ih' t
nom of 1".11".1 1111 Coutpnnt'
= 1.111..sa ..,,1.1 ',.rtlrh'II' shall
will them le. h. rr
as soon as possi
recap : d h"'IIII',1 u.nrrdlug III h.\\,, property deerylb.d
- Ih'r11i, .h,11, I"
sold
10 the
:=:; == i bIKheOt ),1,1.1', III ihr ,'lIlIrlh".e door'
:-. We recap any size passenger tires and : -- u 'h? first Vnndav, I.. the 1II"lh "r'
I L'phrnnrv. 11Il, '
'hh'h I. the 2ud del 'I
also all sizes truck tires ,F.'rnr\" 1t1l

I Doted, thus 2ud dny "t .inunnrp. 11)2
HlI\ It. 1I.\I'Ult"'OS.
TRUCKERS Let : I "I'rk "'r"lIlt' Court "r I
: us recap your. large ;; Ok..h"'",,. C'"III\ 'I"rll... e REMAIN
= truck tires. fl'lr'ult( Ion rt' Minh.1nn. .
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WE FREEl
GROVE OWNERS : 'Ve have a large I ,'

-- truck and tractor Tire Repair MoJd. 'Ve i NOTICE: TO .11'1'1IH 1 I 'Jss FOR EVER I ,

IN TIn: "IU'I'IT;
01'111'
1 ''w rill:
:= can vulcanize your damaged tires.We / % Is'rll .InrUL ('JITIT IS ASII'' LqlJ +

= ; Foil( 01 = IS ( \SCI'IIY0.. )!I. .\I.IUWT ii f"
guarantee every tire and our seven yean experience _...: It IlElYE'lt:' ('''I11)1111I''nlil.) v. I'01111' P p J
THY JllnW"I: (. DofrohnitIe0 FLpRIDt '
;= and u'e or best materials assures satisfactory service. __ I I r'o'IOT"Y IIF.\nlI.. 111111 Its k.1Nlupky I t;


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FIIIDIY. JANUARY 2, 1942 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS THREE


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Red Cross Helps .


Too Late to ClassifyBy Solve l Problems'1 I Dietitians Hear About Vitamin C Sunrise TheatreFORT


PIERCE
(;4uP ulI
Of Our Recruits
RUSSELL KAY CPI


There la a story told About a chap Quickly a keen.eyed attendant---had Washington,-D. C.-On tae borne j I It fThria I TODAY Double and SATURDAY Feature

who found himself alone in the him up and hustled him out the and military fronts the AmericanRed I t ALICE FAYE, CARMAN: MIR.1ND.1JOIN
heart of New York City on NewYear'
door to leave him in a daro on the Cross Is turning Its focus on I I PAYNE, CEAS.IR ROMERO:
Eve. Sitting In a hotel room the man uniform.. In his behalf, 1 f ,
he bemoaned -the fact that he had curb. IN"WeekEnd -
more than 10,000 nurses are being CIIRllSi.llDE01JATEHllIRITr
no one to join him In celebrating. I I The outer air soon brought him recruited. Volunteers are donating .. ,, r Chi
In Havana"IN
Surrounded with seething human. to, and, arising with dignity, he their blood for a huge plasma bank. ;
Ity, he never felt more alone. : began mumbling to himself: Red Cross women in chapters t TECHNICOLOR
Finally In desperation re decidedto I gentle throughout the country are making t)
cant do thlsh to me, I'm a ,
Feature No. 2
40,000,000 surgical dressings, and -
go out on the street and make man All I want is one more 111'
knitting sweaters for men in outlying
a little whoopee on his own ac. 1! drink then I'm goln' to go to bed- posts and sailors on patrol. J WILLIAM BOYDIN
count, So he started out, stopping -
I I'm goln' to fin' the best night club But these are just fragments of ,
at bar after bar until he was In a New York, respectable place,
I Iln a the story. In military and naval "Outlaws; Of Desert"SUNDAY
very mellow mood-In fact, feelingno an' have Jus' one more 111' drink." stations, the Red Cross Is concernIng -

pain whatsoever Oetting back on his feet, he be. Itself with the personal problems --- -- ----

Making his way with difficultyInto gan making his way down the street of the service man, helping I II
: AND: MONDAYSCARY
the Astor tap room, he poundedthe I when suddenly he came to a build him adjust himself to military life II I

mahogany and demanded "one ing where men and women in fas. For the disabled, the Red Cross Is I I GRANT
more Scotch and Soda" before the' on the Job It service hospitals,
hlonable dress were entering. I I JOAN FONTAINE:
bells began to ring and the whistles I helping to speed recovery of the '
I
"Now thlsh Is the kin' of place I
I jjcjc through a morale-building program" -
to blow. I want," he said. "I should have r I I'I'L"f

But the service was slow and the I gone to a place like thlsh In the In mobilizing a 2,000.000-man( "
room was hot, and being more or beglimin' Instead of dumps like I've
lighting force, the personal prob. r
less over.burdened with "spirits", I been In." So. making his way with_ lems of the able-bodied man In uniform .
he found himself suddenly unableto difficulty through the crowd, he got have In turn become problemsof MISS MARY BARBER, Food Consultant to the U. S. Army and TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY: -
of the American Dietetics Association samples Florida
resist the law of gravitation and
inside. the morale divisions. Rod CI'O1Ield FREDRIC \RCII
orange juice at the Florida Citrus Commission's exhibit conducted by
crumbled in a heap on the floor.Gilbert It happened that he had entered directors stationed In all Miss Frances Simmons (1'I,1ht), Commission t Horn Economist, during lLRTII.SCOTT

--:.-.:..-.X.--.:..:..:-......:..:..>_:..:.-.:..:-..:.-':.-.H'I- j the mass cathedral was about just to as begin the midnight He did.: entrusted camps and with reservations the task> have of helping been Miss he convention Barber loaned ot 'he cy Amer'thr KcUugg'I Dietetics Con Afioeiation, v ;" he in government St. Louis,, Mo.was 1 -IN-

n't have the slightest idea where he to solve i these problems. of the many dietitian Ira all parts of the country who viewed tht "One Foot In Heaven"'TIICRSDVY
Theatre Makinghis Speaking in a nation-wide broad Commission's exhibit wuich. strikingly; proves Florida orange and grape. I ___
was what was going on.
I or -- -----
recently, Chief of Se fruit juice the cheapest source of Vitamin C. I
down the aisle, .he soon
OKEECHOBEE way shall, of the Army, addressed thtfollowing .. -
and -- -- --- -- ------ ---
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I found\ himself facing the priest words to Red Cross field>
--- - -- -- -- I without any hesitation he demand. directors: I DAY

PROGRAM FOR WEEK ENDING: ed a "Scotch and SOda." on'

Realizing that the Inebriate didn't any of the great variety ot tanlde- 22c
JINUARY 8TII.
know where he was, the priest els! that human beings: seem unabli ti
naled for the choir to march bY avoid, you are helping to main'"h' I Double Feature

FRIDAY and SATURDAY and sing a hymn, thinking that I| morale! on the home front tinu 01 ROBERT PRESTON

this would solve the problem and the military front; you are hf-linux ELLEN DREW
Double Feature bring the poor fellow to his senses. I us In training for dofenie. I -IJT-
The disabled In servlct
man a j
Instead It only served to annoy
BONNIE: : FAKER hospital also can look to the Red
"Night Of January 16th"ALSO
the chap further and in a much
-IN- I Cross for help in speeding recov :2
louder voice he cried, "Lishen, I ery. Medical-social workers trained I -

"YOU'RE THE ONE" don't want to see the floor show- for their specialized assignment, & LYNN BARI

all I want Is jus' one 111'\ Scotch an' are on duty at Army general and -IN-

Feature No. 2 Soda Navy hospitals) to aid service physicians 9 < L R
to act as a medium of communication YY Moon Over Her Shoulder

GENE AUTRYIN It seems to me that we. as a with the families of

nation, have had much the same pltallzed men and to conduct

"Ridin attitude for the last few years. Withmoney.maklng recreational programs for convales COMINGBt'D -
On A Rainbow"ADDEDCOMEDY cents.
and pleasure.hunt. ABBOTT
Tie Red Cross provides recreational I
Ing, we have let ourselves go on a II LOU COSTELLOIN ,
service for patients in all I
sort of wild orgle to become steepedIn -
Army and Navy hospitals. Sixty-
SUNDAY and MOND\Y: selfishness. We have wasted our five new hospitals are under construction I right For rntdam JUUw "Keep 'Em Flying"DO
BUD ABBOTT resources, slde.stepped our respon. i by the Army, and their
slbilltles, built up a false sense of recreation buildings are being TENNESSEE RADIO STATION PRAISED --------

LOU COSTELLOIN security and our national ambitionhas equipped and staffed by the Red WMC of Memphis WM congratulated by the Fight For Freedom YOUR: DUTY
been "Just One More Scotch Cross as each one opens. Committee for its Victory campaign recently. Henry SUvIck: left), BUY DEFENSE BONDS: AND

I and Soda Before the Bell Rings. As part of the Army and Navy station manager. It being banded congratulatory resolutions b] STAMPS

: "IN THE NAVY" We have allowed ourselves to for. safety programs, members of the Jbn R. Walker,Jr, president of the Memphis Fight For Freedom ++ -H'+++++++++++++++ *
t national Red Cross staff are qualifying 4
MAXCH OF TIME those values
get great spiritual ------- -
Instructors In First Aid and .
MUSICAL NOVELTY through which a. nation finds Ita ,
Water the ranks of
Safety among
PATHE NEWS strength and while we still find the enlisted '. ... *' 1
; the man. N STaC'TOc
........ imprint "In God We Trust" on the
The number of Army and Navy
, 1 COMING realm, we have given little thoughtor eases assisted by Red Cross field
heed to Its meaning." directors has increased in volume
1
"TOPPER RETURNS" Well, the Bell has rung. It is time i; i49 ger cent jtace!! Selective Service (
for America to sober up and face has been In operation. During the

"Caught In The Draft" the future with a full realization I past year 126,515 cases involving
,
I of the problems at hand, united and I active service men have been handled
"Here Come JVlr Jordan determined to make whatever sac. in the camps. I
I I The Red Cross recently made II I IBOTH
": :":":":":":":":":":":":H-'>_:":":") riflces the situation calls for. I
-- --- I Let us resolve that the year 1942 available $1,000,000 to meet an NOflCE1
need for athletic
emergency equip.
will not find us wanting and that
ment for the Army and Xavy This
SEEULMER each preclou day of It will be used need arose when Government ap- !

to the full in unselfish service for proprlatloni for the purpose became -
the preservation of our way of life I exhausted. ,
(
EZELL of liberty and of opportunity. I In addition to providing the Army

God has given us TIME Our and Navy with an official reservoir

FOR future and our children's future de. :\ of nurses, the Red Cross is catalog

pends now on what we do with It. ing the nation's medical technolo-

Electrical and Refrigeration -Remember Pearl Harbor and ,, gists. Through this program, In
Manila and which approximately 3,000 technicians ..
do your part in "Keep ,-- -
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Sales and 'em Flying", "Keep 'em Rolling", I have registered, the Army -
and Navy will select such
and 'em professional
"Keep Sailing
Service personnel as laboratory
i Here's wishing and
you a grim workers, delUtlans, dental technicians THE REAL
determined NEW YEAR to Insure ESTATE AND INTANGIBLEAND
OKEECIIOBEE FLORIDA pharmacists and other categories -
the "HAPPINESS' of those follow of trained technologists, PERSONAL
ing. I II I i PROPERTY TAX ROLLS HAVE
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I BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND
Florida citrus growers moved a 1941 TAX

tonnage of grapefruit and oranges PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE
THE POCKETBOOK equivalent to nearly 300 carlots In. !'

to consumption during last week I

of KNOWLEDGE through the Atlantic Commission TAX PAYMENTS WILL CARRY A
i#. J Company, produce buying affiliateof 4% DIS-

announced.the A & P Tea Company, It was COUNT TO JANUARY 22, 1942, 2% FOR PAYMENTIN


JANUARY, 1942, AND 1% FOR PAYMENT IN


1" Let This Be Your FEBRUARY, 1942. PAYMENTS WILL BE NET IN


,No. 1 Resolution I It'4 MARCH, 1942, AND UNPAID TAXES WILL BECOME


1942 '' DELINQUENT APRIL hat, 1942.
OH THf 9MU of car, U.6. for
LNJ I !!ue'rwy AT PRESENT HAS A TASPEEDING
tt rgUAL Yo B0110a16 / .... ri
I 4MA Pq "
n 1.:
: 1941 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS
Help Defeat the LICENSES,

1 ,- Aggressors by pulling DUE LAST OCTOBER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO WAR-
I your savings1 -

\/ regularly-In U. S. RANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JANUARY

Defense f Bonds and
1st, 1942.Bessie.
Stamps. >

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