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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 29 Number 23 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 26, 1943 Price Five CentsANKAS$3OO,11523ONDEPUIT

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News 01 Our Boys,;>E. P. Martin Will Be I I $2,206 Okeechobee Issued to Citizensof CountyBy Many Out of-Town

Candidate for
Attorney

!In Various CampsAt General Next Election : Too Late ClassifyBy II State -Welfare Board People Visit Bank

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Jacksonville, Nov 23-(Special)-

t Home & Abroad Plant City, Nov. 22-E P. Martin, I public During September assistance 129 In recipients Okeechobee of On Its Opening Day

attorney and member of the Legislature
I II' |I county received $2,206 in cash grants
from Hillsboro county, announced |I On last November 20th,
Naval Training School A. M, I Saturday,
1 : or at the rate of $20,472 per year,
WAVES, Norman, Okla. this week that he would bea Next month at the Waldorf-Astoria and write out every good and worthwhile i according to the quarterly report of ,,at 9 a. m. the Okeechobee CountyiBank

November 22, 1943 candidate for the office of Attor- In New York, top ranking leaders of accomplishment of American the State Welfare Board made pub !I opened Its doors to the public

Dear Mr. Bowden: ney General in the coming May pri- American Industry and Labor will Industry over the yean, forgetting lic here today. I':for business, with its clerks and

Thanks very much for lending me marlei. sit down together at a conference every sordid act or shortcoming For the month $1,681 was paid to ,' officers greeting and cooperating In

the Okeechobee News I like to tee table to discuss a post-war programand and the representatives of Industry 09 recipients of Old-Age Assistance I every way with its patrons. Many
what ii going on back there and I Martin led the floor fight in the thrash out the problems that would likewise write with their own $107 to 23 recipients of Aid to the; I'I out-of-town bankers and other Interested .
House in opposition to the Jenkins the welfare. hands a record of good and hand to offer '
especially like to see where the boysIn concern common every Blind, and $218 to 7 families (16 parties were on
the service ire I have been lookIng Closed Shop Amendment and was the In the group will be William splendid achievement that might be children) receiving Aid to Dependent their assistance to patrons and expressing .

to tee if any I know are in Okla- recognized spokesman for Labor in Green, President of the American credited to Labor and as a group, Children. gratitude to the people of

homa, but 10 far I seem to be the the House In addition to serving as Federation of Labor; Philip Murray, review their findings together, they Public assistance payments, which ,,Okeechobee for their cooperation and
only representative of Okeechobeeout President of the Congress of Indus. would have a cornerstone on whichto I i I desire to secure this institution as
Increased since
have steadily July,
chairman of the House Labor Committee
here in the desert. If you know trial Organizations; F. C. Crawford' build so strong and powerfulthat 1937 when joint state and federal an asset to the county and commun-

any of them are out here, I'd like at the last session, he vas President of the National Association a house of mutual understanding funds were first used for this purpose ity.

to have their addresses. It would be chairman of the Committee on County I of Manufacturers; Paul Holl- faith and confidence could be now constitute an Important At the end of the day's business

Very nice to see some one from Officials and a member of other man, Chairman of the Committee on 'erected' to stand as an everlasting I payroll In all the counties of the !I Saturday the books showed there had

home. Thanks again for the News important committees, .Economic Development; and Erie tribute to its builders, providingpeace state, it was pointed out by State been deposited more than onequarter -
Sincerely, J. Johnston, President of tug United security and comfort for both. Welfare Commissioner Leland W. million dollars and up until Wed-
Martin 19 50 years of age and has
Edna I. Hansel. States Chamber of Commerce.For It i Is as simple as that-and these Hiatt. He added that additional revenues nesday afternoon at the close of

S e e practiced law for 28 years years the powerful groups five men know It In their hearts as voted by the 1943 session of business $300,11523 had been deposited

Mrs. Angle Bass has had four -- --v- ----- these men represent have viewed do the millions they represent But the Legislature, would bring added l in the bank.C. .

V.Mell letters from her son Tech. each othr with suspicion and distrust it has been Man'i habit since the beginning benefits to the needy during the cur H McNulty, president of the

Sgt. Edward Ray Bass the past Weekly DigestOf have called each other names, of time to. disregard the rent fiscal year. Okeechobee County Bank and also

week. He is "somewhere In Eng ignored!: all that is fine and good and simple truths and seek to solve his -v'Draughon --- president of the McNulty Group of

land" and writes that he is very RationingNews i magnified every evil and shortcoming uroblems the hard way. He falls to Banks, expressed his appreciationfor

much Impressed with what he has -each assuming! a "holier than recognize the fact that "Men cannotact Opens the patronage and cooperation

seen of the country and that the few from OPARATION thou" attitude In an effort to win with effect unless they act in given the new institution by the

civilians he has met have been extremely public approval. concert; they will not act in concert Furniture Store people of Okeechobee and this vicinity

nice. He says the thing that Any right thinking, unbiased individual unless they have confidence and .

has been most Impressive to him is Interested enough to check they will not have confidence unless
CALENDAR Here Last WeekRoy N. Ray Carroll, of Klssimmee, was
the high morale of the people in PROCESSED FOODS: Green A, the record could find plenty to con they have common opinions, common selected as vice'president, having
all that their has demn In the houses of both Labor "
of country m'fcrtions
spite and interests
common
B, and C (Book 4) expire Dec. 20 been connected in the banking business -
been through the past months. He and Industry and, by the same token,
The wealth and of this
MEATS AND FATS: Brown G, H, resources who for the for quite a number of years,
Draughon past
,
lays rationing Is very strict but, duo J and K (Book 3)) expire Dec. 4. even more to praise. good earth are so abundant that the 16 salesman with and E. G. Kilpatrick, Jr., of Pahokee,
of the people, It If, before the conferenceroom years was a popular
to the cooperation Brown L valid November 21, expires entering fruits of Man's labor, if unselfishly Hardware who Is well known among the business
the Okeechobee Company,
Is carried out effectively and each of these five men, realiz.
very January 1.SUGAR directed, would provide every living for people of the entire Lake Okee-
last took the
with little confusion. He sayi there No. 29 (Book 4) good l for Ing the tremendous responsibilitythat soul with every need. If we but one Friday over agency In Okee chobee region, Is cashier. The other
Mather Furniture Company
Is plenty to eat but nothing at allIs S Ibs. through Jan. IS, 1944. rests on them, would go throughhis time would all work with each other, sales and directors, E. M. Meserve, J. M. Roe,
wasted. He asked that his friends SHOES: No. 18 (Book 1)) valid brief-ceee and remove the preJudice t for each other, and the ambltjon) of chobee, and has' opened a Avenue Sr., J. 0. Pearce and Allen-.- Mark-
Seminole'
often ;... is.S drstrust'selfihhness hate1id display store on
him ,
write indefinitely. Plane Stamp No. 1 man was to GIVE rather than to Okeechobee ham, are all well known local
e s three doors below the
(Book valid greed, and approach his task with a GET would find the to
3) now we answer 1 business men. And each officer
Tenn. County Bank and Invites all his
Nashville\ sincere desire to find an answer
GASOLINE: A-8 expire all our problems.But of this
coupons wishes to thank the people
friends to him call time, i
Nov. 19, 1943 based on truth, justice reason and give a any
Dear Bryant: February 8, good will there Is no limit to the the answer lies In the Individual and he will serve you in the same 1 community for the fine response
FUEL OIL: Period 1 coupons good bank its opening day.
the
given on
let hearts of men and until courteous and efficient manner that
Will drop you a line to you GOOD that might be accomplished.If .
know I have changed/ my a'drell. I through January 3. before considering any lesser they are changed all the talking and he has in the past In Okeechobee.Mr. I For many years Okeechobee has

wa proud to leave Georgia but wish GAS RATIONING: : SIMPLIFIEDAll problem, they first found unanimous planning is just so much mumbo. Draughon states that he has a I been without a bank and due to a {\ I I.
has looked likeit jumbo. It Is too much to hope that number of government checks being
I was back now. It agreement in the confirmation of complete line of household furnishings -
last B and C gasoline coupons Issued these five men might all tee the issued over the county, it haabeen
the
was [going to snow for their belief that all men are the and will serve you from one
after Dec. 1 will be worth five
two days, but today it Is warmer. creatures of God and as such should LIGHT that has been shining for mall atrlcle to a completely furnished quite difficult for the merchants to
gallons each, with the
compared
My address Is "love one another"-that "it Is better two thousand years and, acting In home, and If there Is something j handle these checks and still retain
Pvt. Milton Rhoden 34783153 present value of two gallons In the to give than to recelve"andthat accord, set In motion a tide that you may need that he hasn't in his enough cash to make the necessary

C63rd Btry A. AAA Au. Bm. MBL eastern shortage area and three gal- you. ehould "do unto others as would sweep over the hearts of men, display room and warehouse that It change for bills of large dimensiondue

APO 402 Ions elsewhere Coupons issued before you would have them do unto you" cleansing them of the selfishness, will\ be only a matter of a few hours I I to the fact that the nearest
Dec. 1 however will continuo
,
Care Postmaster Nashville Tenn. -then nothing would arise in later hate and greed that burden their for him to sercure your wanted bank in the past is located more than

P. S.-1 am getting along good but to have present values. discussion that could not be solved small lives and retard their progress. Item, and invites the general publicto thirty miles from Okeechobee. And
The result of this change an OPA Okee-
that
not use to this cold weather. And having concurred In the beginning Inspect hit already well stocked everyone Is proud now
announcement said will be
to savethou.ands banking
--vCitizens --- on the truth of the above At least they face a golden opportunity tore roomi. chobee has re-established a
of hours time In local
rationing -
of and God make the section of this I system in tht.town.Restrictions.
Must File boards and to give motoristsa principles, If the representatives grant they In another paper
Labor would take pencil and paper most of it.Chaplain. you will\ find Mr. Draughon's -- -v- --- ---
coupon whose value is the same as ____ __ an-I
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of his opening
he usual IH allon purchase.In nouncement .. u Are
Reports of Foreign the future, B and C books will Z. K. Williams Is Philip JohnsonTo states that he will handle new and
used furniture in order to fit all I
contain fewer coupons but each cou
1 Supply Baptist Pulpit purses or your Income as your creditis Removed From
Holdings By Dec. pon will be good for more gas! No I
Next Morning and terms be arranged
increase in the amount of gasoline Named Chairman Sunday good can

-- allowed Is Involved, however. to, fit the Individual's pocketbook.Mr. Killing Own Hogs
Okeechobee who own Johnson former Draughon Is an ardent booster
Citizens of War Fund Chaplain Philip ,
any property In foreign countries MORE STOVES AVAILABLE I County pastor of the First Baptist Church, of Okeechobee and along with the -

were notified by Postmaster M. C. Dealers and distributors of rationed Fressno, California, will supply the opening last Saturday of Okeeckobee Removal of all restrictions cover.

Pitts today that they must file reports stoves in some southeastern I Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 25-Dr. pulpit of the Baptist Church Sunday County Bank he deems this' another Ing farm slaughter of hogs, effective

of their foreign holdings with states have been permitted to increase John T. Tigert, President of the University morning, November 28th. Chaplain step to financial'economy to put the !'j November 17 and continuing for a

the Treasury Department before December their inventories by OPA totneet of Florida and State Cam Johnson Is attached to the Am. town back equal to any other town I 1 ninety day period, should be good

1. The notice was given by the greater demand resulting paign Chairman for the Florida War phibian Corps stationed at Fort where inch services are rendered the newt for hog producers In Florida.

means of a poster placed on display from larger stove quotas assigned to Fund, Inc, affiliated with the National Pierce, and hat endeared himself to public, by giving you equal buying
,
in the post offices. local rationing boards War Fund announced today 'all-- who have -had the- ''pleasure- of rights and visits that are common This means, according to Mr, R. P.

Postmaster M. C. Pitts points out the acceptance by Z. K Williams, meeting him .It Is a happy occasion In larger cltlts.. Howard, Area F. D. A. Supervisor,

that it la necessary for the government SEED POTATO PRICESTo prominent insurance broker of Okee to have this outstanding speaker ,that producers are permitted to kill\

to have as complete Information correct Inequalities which existed chobee City, of appointment as with us In the absence of our pastor. NOTICE for their own use or for sale or

as possible on the American last spring in teed potato Chairman for Okeechobee county. I I --. .I FEDERAL TAX PAYERS transfer to others all the hogs they
take abroad to assist the military prices, OPA has set maximum prices In directing the National War are able to handle during the next
authorities and the civilian governments which are from 10 to 20 per cent Fund appeal in Okeechobee county, ports show that the drive I ll progressing There will bt a Deputy Collectorof three months No license or permit

on the fighting fronts and to lower than the levels at which prices Mr. Williams will be assisted by "satisfactorily," according Internal Revenue at the court Is required, and the previous 400-

bring about sound solutions of the were frozen last spring Both "cer- Mayor Raulerson of Okeechobee City to Dr. Tigert. The campaign along house In Okeechobee, Fla, on Dec pound limitation per producer is also

post-war problems. tified" seed potatoes and "war ap and State Representative Hendry of the lower east coast and the southern 7th and 8th, 1943, for the purpose of lifted. Mr.- Howard said, however,

Report forms, known as TFR-500, proved" teed potatoes are covered by Okeechobe county. part of the State will get under assisting local taxpayers with the this action applies only to hogs and

may be obtained through commercial OPA's action. The latter classification Way about December 1st, Dr. Tigert December 15th filing of their Declarations not to other livestock; and that requirements
Florida War Fund Is headedby
tanks, or from the nearest Federal Is new, established by the War The bald of Income for the year 1943. of OPA with respect to
Reserve Bank, the postmaster states, Food Administration In conjunctionwith Governor Holland as Presidentand "This Is the greatest appeal ever This notice la of particular Importance observance of meat price ceilings

Penalties are provided for those who state certification agencies. Dr. Tigert as Campaign Chair. made In behalf of humanity," Dr. to farmers and those tax. and collection of ration points In exchange
National
wilfully fail to file reports.A man and It Is handling the Tigert said "and patriotic Floridians payers finding It necessary to amend for meat! delivered will remain -
V FERTILIZER PRICES War Fund campaign in Florida. The must not shirk their responsibilitiesIn their declarations filed September unchanged

survey recently completed by OPA tins set dollan-and-cents top National War Fund ii an affiliationof helping to look after the needsof 15, 1943. As a result of this new ruling, the
Institute reveals 17 agencies, which are doing war- our boys in the armed services, Taxpayers should bring with them
the Safety Research prices for every grade of mixed fertilizer volume of home laughter In Florida
service men
the
the fires put related work among and for alleviating suffering among complete Information concerning
that about one-third of whose manufacture and sale forces and will probably be the largest on record
out by the municipal fire departments Is permitted by the War Food Administration of Uncle Sam'i fighting the starving peoples of many Euro their Incomes for 1943 and also a thus, taking some of the prei-
fight. ;
are extinguished with hand but no changes of giving succor to the countries pean nations which are friendly to copy of their 1942 Income Tax Re ,off commercial ,lau hterera.I .
Allied Nations' side, .ure
extinguishers, while of the 17 per great Importance are Involved.At Ing on the the Allied Nations. turn. 'The I supply of hogs to be processed
the depart- the OPA Florida's quota of the National --V information regarding Incomes and '
cent extinguished before same time, wiped out this fall ii larger than packeri can
ment's arrival, hand extinguishers do inequalities. between various sellersof War Fund goal of U25,000OOO'1a Housewives should remember that deduction should be properly com handle without carefully planned

the job. Everyone should familiarize fertilizer. In preparing its regulation $1,417,600, which represents slightly the bullets In their kitchen can't piled and listed in order to be rapidly marketing, but It ll expected, that
themselves with the use and opera OPA representatives conduct. more than one per cent of the national help win the war until they reach 'an properly handled. Your cooperation increased farm slaughter will helpto

tion of hand extinguishers since big ed nationwide consultations with fertilizer goal the front. Every ounce of waste fat Ii respectfully requested. relieve the situation .

fires, destructive fires, usually start manufacturers to make lure Thirty odd North Florida counties you turn In. provides material for Office of Deputy Collector, V I

as little fires, easily controlled by that the new ceiling prices would be are In the midst of conducting their four 50-calibre machine gun bullets Internal Revenue Service,
prompt action of some Individual. fair and equitable. own campaigns, and preliminary re- Ton serve when you save waste fat. West Palm Beach Florida. Little News Ads pay bigRobe.



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TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1943

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month of December, 1913, which Is I I'would hind the said defendant, that geld suit being In Okoerhobee County, Miinh' 31, 11X12.: In the sum of tea
Advertisements 'the said defendant I Is over the age of Florida and more particularly described thoiisund, twenty dollars and eighty
oIU\l\dtltbl\ l1S Legal the 8th day of December, 1943. of sears' as follows: rents ($10.020HO), said execution being
.--- IT 1M IIF.IIF.FORE ORDERED that From linneil I judgment In liehalf of C. M.
Dated this 22 day of October, 1943. the Northeast Corner (NE) of nn
thn defendant Clarence n, Foi. apiear Section' Four (4) Townahlp Thirty lllitlismlth, vs. Okeechohee Company.
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Published Every mday by the MITMK: OK INTUITION TO HKtL ROY R. RAULERSON nn the Ath day nf December, eight (OS) South' of Range ThlrtrfrveIS I hove levied upon and ,\
] Rth
IMH, before the shore styled court, to (: ) Emit run welt 2W.1A: feet I thence lh" ArD sh on the
Okeechobee News CO., at Okeecho- ASH (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of the Bill) of Complaint filed herein South 0 degree 11 Esst 1100 feet I day kDecember, 1943. within
mind icing a Rill for Divorce, and the thence North id sale, at the front
bee Okeechobee County, Florida. MUCK: IS I1EKK1IY ilVEN Hint. I Okeechobee County Florida I II Okeechohee News Is Iierehv, deslrnatrd filJW feet to the TO point degrees of beginning 03: West; i .I toner the (ourtf llouxa of Okeecha-
I'ursiiiint to Section I.' ill I Chapter as s newspaper In which this order from the point of beginning run bee County' Florida, the following described
BRYANT BOWDEN ..._.... .. Editor. ,.OI", ---- I.linn ..f Florida' Acts of 1011. asimeniloil TAX DEED \Vltneni mv hand loll seal of spud feef.: thence North 7t decrees 28 East to snit:
Entered as second class matter hv Section 11, Chapter I I I Ii ('''lIrl thin lot day of November 1M3 427.S feet ; thence North 0 degrees 11 i Heglmilnir: at the meander corner of I
,, Laws f 19S5j
'iiilW.\ I.HWH f Plorliln. Acts of 11141 nt Okeefbohee. Ktate find County afore- Went I Section' 81. Township
July 1, 1914 at the Port Office In 1.115.10 feet to the point of beginning the vest line of
the following described Innd In Okeeclniliee j Notice Is hereby given that DeweyJ. mild containing. 1341 acres, more :H7 South' Itnnite an East, thence south
Okeechobee, Florida, under the I, County, Florida, to wit: I t i (SEAM ROT R. RAri.HP.80N. nr Ie... All Ini Section 4, Township 38 slung said west section line projected
All llloeks 1 to 11 inn lean lots 0, Harris holder Clerk of Circuit Court .
of the
8 Tax Certificate I South Range 35 East ntI. thence soutk M degrees and 4nilniitea
Act March 1679.SUBSCRTP'1'ION :
of ,
in and 11, Hlk. 11. Uransda Terrace I Iiv Okeeehohee County, Florida I
et
I Von are and each of you Is ordered east along the meander line
tIll ,,f "'., "f S\VV' nfW and I I IV'i 'INo. 1874. Issued the 7th day of July, RIrosBL: Sophronle Pease D. C and required to appear on the 9tb day the 17' water lo\'el 1-1<,0' to a point
\: \ of S\V", of 11\\-%. See' 14 Twp ''A. D. 1941 has filed same In my | (,'.\ ELLIS of December A. D 1941 at the Courti un the earth line nf Section' 31, preJorteil .
RATE: j'1'One : ItHngo 33 I I 1'"rt Tierce Florida. I i, House In Okeechohee County, Florida,, l ; theme east along said\ south
year In advance ..... ....... 2.00 )'I .S. in ft. of loin 1 Nod 11. all e and office; has fade application tor. 'i I Sulldtors for Complainant_. .. and answer this summon nr decree line 'IIHO..V lo the Government Meandercorner
11. lllork 9. !South Okeechoheeilll -- -------- -- -
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 |' \ hr offered, for sale at public onto I Tax Deed to be Issued thereon Said you.pro eonfenso will he adjudged against 1 the Hancock; thence Meander northwesterly line tn' point along of
Three months In advance ........ .73 I'I 1'tor the highest end best rush bid, Certificate embraces the) following i I OnDKR OK ,ULICATION WITNESS the honorable A O. Ksn- lieRlnnlng. EXCEPT : A strip of land
NnMcrt
II tn the right .if the Board of TO I H FHE: WTTK and tier as Judge of the Circuit Court In ,,11f\ Hide running aotithensterlv
I i 11'niiiiiilNnltiners, "|; of Everglades Drainage described property In the County ot t:. :II.TT", her husband and for said fount, anti the seal of through the above described tract being
Klutrlet to reject anv and all nidi, at Okeechobee I'pfenilnntii the Court In the City of Okeechobee. the right of way of Ibe Conner's
Reading notices In local columns, I|I the, Courthouse. beginning at 1000 State! of Florida, to- It appenrlngr from the Plalhtifrs Okeeehohee fount, Florida' this the Hlghnayu.sn .
10 cents a line. Rates for display ,, "'i-liiek a. m. on the 23rd day of D"- Wit! mvnrn Hill nf Complaint on file In the 4th day nf !November, A. D. 104,
iniilior. 1'MI ta"'nI..nl for drainage I nfflee of the Clerk nf the Circuit Court SEAL) ROT R, HACLERSON ,
advertising furnished on appllca- '' nnil reclamation and road purposes I All Fractional Block 308 City of In and for Okeechobei County, where. Clerk of the Circuit Court of \V...t hnlf nf Block 1. of Farm
\\lll I lie reservednoAHn Okeechobee. I I In J E. Whldden Is Plaintiff and you Okeechobee County Florida. Lands. Consolidated Land ('IImpan,'.
tlon. Classified advertising, 2 cents
OK COMMISSIONED' llii f fie \Ydtt mid E. M Watts, her In Kivtlnn SI. Township
each word per Insertion. All Items I I or EVElim .4I>ES PHAINAiE ( The assessment of said property I IniKlinnd. are Defendant, filed In the I 1)7 iilidlvlfiliiii South, Range ,16 EaKt. less Lot 1
mild Court the Hit of
November
IJI""IU'T on day
regarding enterprises conducted for under said NOTICE OF SHERIFF1: SALE!: I nf mild Block.
Bv Kor It. Itaulorson Certificate Issued was In 11)4.1 In Chancery Case No. 872 and the
profit are chargeable at dvertlslng 'I Irates. Clerk ..f the Circuit Courtof the name of Dewey Harrll.I nkeeihohee News Is hereby designated I I 1 TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCURS : P\TKn at Okeechobe, Florida this
i Okeechobee County Flnr as the> newspaper In which this oriler TAKE NOTICE that under and bv 1 I 2nd day of November A. D, 1043.
i IiRr.tl( Ida ns agent for the Board I Unless said Certificate shall be shall he published once a week virtue of an execution Issued ont of ,
_._---_ .-. -- --, --- -- ,- Bv Snphronla Pease Deputy Clerk for four consecutive weeks, the said the f'lrcult Court of the Twenty-Flrst !I, I* L. CONRAD
redeemed according to law, proper- Mil bring filed to foreclose a mortanil .Tnillelnl Circuit of Florldn. In and for Sheriff Okeechobee County, Fla.
Advertising bills are payable on I ,ty described therein shall be sold to I'I gage, the property Involved In Okeechohee County, under dote of :I Vox ft 12,19 2ft: Dee S.
the first of each month. Parties) I .
:NOTICE I --'-- ---
unknown to publishers required to OF APPLICATION FOR the highest bidder at the Courthouse

pay in advance. TAX DEED door en the first Monday In the __ _
h ______ Laws .f mi month of December, 1943, which is On .

COMPETIIT10N: IIELPS Notice Is hereby given that Okee- (I the 6th day of December, 1943. I I

OKEECIIOBEEOkeechobee chobee Incorporated holder of Tax''I Dated this 4th day of November, :i '

county, which has an Certificate No.4, Issued the 3 day 1943.

important stake In the nation's huge of July, A. D. 1939, has filed same |I ROT R. RAULERSON AnnouncingThe

travel business, Is one of the regions in my office! has made applicationfor fScall Clerk of Circuit Court ofi -

of the country that should a Tax Deed to be Issued thereon i i Okeechobee County, Florida I

benefit considerably a. a result of Said Certificate embraces the following I -- ----
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the aggressive post-war plans of the described property In the iv IIF ciRcrir COCRT OP TITB
competing factors In the transportation County of Okeechobee, State of Flor- I VINTH .11 i>iri\t, riitrriT orI
I Ff. IV AND FOR OKEE1 -
Industry. Ida. to-wit: j 1 I I'r FLORIDA. Opening of Our
'I I In Chancery.
Railway Age, reporting a surveyof Lot 14, Section 11, Township 34 S. nttT FOR DIVORCE
railroad executives In Its current Range 32 .. ETHEL PEAIU. FOX. Complainant
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Issue says that the railroads are The assessment of said property CrMJKNCE: n FO[. Defendant.

going out vigorously after more' under said Certificate issued was In ;,I !STATE: OF ORPFR FLORIDA TO APPEAR:
business when the war is over. The the nme of Raulerson Cattle Com 1,I TOfLAHEVCE
executives Interviewed unanimously pany. I I'nknown : nF*. Address NEW STORE I IIII IN OKEECHOBEE

declared their Intention of "doing Unless said Certificate shall be'' Complaint It npneiirlmr, filed from In this the vanes sworn that Bill the of

everything In their power" to make redeemed according to law, property I rtefondnnt Clnronce 11 Fox. Is S renl-
I dent "f the State' or ('ollntrotb.r
railroad travel far more attractive to I described therein shall be sold to than the State' of Florida that the
the public. the highest' bidder I renldonpo domicile end nddrefn of the I
,| at the Courthousedoor nld defendant Is unknown thnf thereto
At perhaps the most alert and on the first Monday in the nn vorson In the State of Florida ;#. 'J.": ;a.' ..
the service nf a unhpoens upon whom
foresighted point In their history,
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the railroads are now blueprinting ; I II I

new, lightweight, streamlined trains, ;
more luxurious cars to Increase the
fun of travel high-capacity lowfarecars We are pleased to announce to the people of Okeechobee that

and generally reduced passenger j FOR SALEAT : we have opened FURNITURE
rates the survey shows. To top It I| a STORE in the Winkler Building,

all off, the rail chiefs look forwardto I with Roy Draughon as manager. We will carry a large stock of
a vigorous merchandising and advertising

program. ALL TIMES! I furniture for our customers in this trade area.
That the railroad industry Is mak.

log these plans Is good news for all
of the areas of the country which I
share substantially in the prosperityof I We invite you to call and look over our stock. If we do not haveon


news the.for travel all Americans business who and love good totravel. II I ABERDEEN ANGUS Pierce hand Store.what you want we will get it for you from our Fort I:


Sure winners In the post-war battle

for traffic will be areas like ours

where the appeal to the travel Instinct Bulls and Cows I

Is great.ENFORCEMENT. This store has been located in Okeechobee for the convenience of

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I: our customers in making purchases and also making payments as ,

Enforcement of price violations WILL, ALSO HAVE SOME I i they become due. ,

takes the lead this week in news

miniating from the District! OPA Hereford and Short Horn Bulls | I

office In Jacksonville Among the -......- .. _-
canes brought to the attention of the


nl'A Jacksonville were speed the violators: following Duval will County: be given wartime I TESTED AND For 100 PER Sale CENT FREE OF i : I WE BUY M SFU tfFB fiMHDRE


hearings in the Federal Building BANGS DISEASE

November I It 10 by Acting OPA Hearing ..- -
Commissioner Harold C. Cox of
Atlantii Scheduled for the same I ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO

dates are cases of several local shoe REGISTRATION
dealers charged with Improper acceptance i lVlather Furniture Co.

of rationed shoe stamps '

More than a score of the 35 nule-

pur-hour speed' 1 limit violators face r

the loss of ration privileges for the j LEWOKFFCHOBEE C. PEAHCE: II ROY DRAUGHON, Manager I I it

war's duration. I t t j

Jacksonville: Lawson Produce Located in Winkler Building Three Doors from Bank :
Coi pony of this city has paid to the 11 .s. FLORIDA
OPA a check for $000.24 In nettle- L 1 "i

meat of an OPA treble damage Sli'li"J" AWU71.: .-_\:._-""' .... ...". ,!!!... __._- --. -'__ we.a.. x",4104. yaa.r .oaeaosrrrraero.raa_ __lot I

claim The sum represents thu.- -.
times the amount of overcharges
**** n -$&+*,
above price cc-ilingn which OPA alleges MAS

were made by the Piodiuo

Company In sales of onions to r re ex

tin i merchnnt Enforcement uitimin ,

:>u I M being taken gamut n t tin'

fi oil merchants In Jacksonville.

Daytona Beach,! A. J. Sehercr t.
toil liquor dealer and owner of Spa

breeze Pharmacy, was issued. au-- YOU SIEVE /- gg/i

ninsion; warning notice bv OPA 1,

forcement division. Scherer Is mini' 1 1

to have violated price regulation ,in 1 EsUg when rot
retail sales of whiskey. Further vloUitions

] ubjeit him to suspension, of Ligbts and
his license to sell whiskey. DaytimuBeach au
and
Price Panel deserves special rD.. 10 Use i
credit for its work in reporting this .
'a'e. 01 one
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Panama City: J. R. Adair of Geneva "co..o..t". tbeT

Ala. arrested on a charge of to

Violating the OPA meat rationing ....
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regulation/ entered l a plea of not Fao11T CAR
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guilty during a trial term of Federal haste need
Court In Marianna on Novem- fiancesElea

h,.r 3. Released under a $300 bond, V aApD al.s Nw' wetuid

Adair was ordered to appear during It Yoosal1 Chlall'I
April term of Federal Court In Marl rro h0 .

anna. Adair who I. a shipyard IC 'I WEAPAGE

worker In a Panama City shipyard, Elect> in alleged to have hauled freshmeat l.a'"a,>'

from Geneva, Ala., to Panama I : :\.erI tr1M"
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City and to have sold the meat to [ tlasaM ... ../ '*.j' 4
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II".Y.-.y.-==y..=y..=:=: .y-y-y.=..11:03.......:-:--==:-:-===x-== ximi =.y....... .", 1 Education (the Governor and State I I 1 Farm Youth of U. S. I Dewey Dye Will

: Cabinet) enters Into a contract for
W' one of the three recommended whga.I2/ou1.wdhg j Looks to Tomorrow'!
Illi SOCIAL NEWS I Not Enter Race
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urg-ency '
i?\! BONDS i

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.n*=n='n''=''''''n'==='.-'.==-.-..':'.==,'.''.=='.''.=.....:.'.0====-0..'.==.U'.==='u.'.=" ... itlon and the price. TOMORROW'S are farmers second and to larm no For Governor

I Thanksgiving Wedding i Report of 4. All Florida contract. provide : Of course you want that new bath school group In their enthusiasm .
Special for In
Investing War Bonds and
Miss Dahlia Royals and Jerry C'I that If a publisher shall offer to room. But not now, for raw, materials Stamps to make sure their future II. I Bradentun. Nov. 23.-Dewey Dye

Greenberger were married at a aim- another state a price lower than the I are going Into War equipment I is secure. Through the Schools At ,, Bradenton attorney, who has been
I pie, but Impressive ceremony, Thursday I Senate CommitteeJacksonville i Florida contract, then this lower and tools for our Boy on the I War program they are Investing frequently mentioned in the state
I battle front. But your Investment In I what they save and earn in War <
afternoon price Immediately and automatically
at the
two-thirty at press and political columns for the
I War Bond today will buy that new
and Bonds.
Stamps I
home of the groom. The Reverend Florida shall be made available to Florida bathroom when the War is won. i past year as a possible and suitable
I i Howell officiated In the of November 8, 1943 also. I II II iI iI I First evidence of this Is the candidate for of Florida In
presence I I amount the 4-H Club boya and girls I governor
I a small gathering of friends and I Honorable Phillip D, Bcal, President I, 5. The State Department of Education -, iI I and the FFA boys invested In war 1945, Is not going to enter the race.
relatl"... Pemacola, Florida In force)! I ki I savings In 1942 from "Victory Pig" i I I This was made clear this week
reviews all contracts I
The bridal left and other projects. A million and a : when of
couple shortly Dear Senator Baal i a representative the Braden-
af'j and occasionally obtains renegotiation !I
4-H Club members $8,000-
ter the ceremony for a brief The Special Committee appointedby continued low j ,half put i I ton Herald asked Dye about the
which Insures
000 of their own savings In War I
trip, and will make their home at' you for the purpose of i i truth of a rumor originating In Tal-
prices In expiring contracts, or more [ Bonds and Stamps and sold $2,500- I
Clewlston, Fla Investl'l I I I lahassee to the effect that he would
i gating the School Text favorable prices In existing contracts I 000 worth of War Savings to their
Mrs, Greenberger Is a graduate of partment wish to advise that we I neighbors. Nearly a quarter million I I I hot be a candidate He said: "I have

Moore Haven High School, and Jerry i i held a hearing In Tallahassee, and I | members of Future Farmers of '|I decided not to offer as a candidate

Greenberger Is a graduate of Okeecaobee : Inquired Into the method, of handling t. After a new textbook Is adopted Ste'I I America Invested more than $1,. I'I for governor It Is a fact that since

High School, and both are I the selection and purchase of textbooks ]:I It Is absorbed Into the Florida I II II I I 500,000.Spurred by the realization that I., and during the time my name has

employed at the Riddle Field In and also caused an audit of system gradually, preventing a wasteof I II the financial welfare of farm families |been mentioned In this connection

Clewlston. :' this department to be made. The serviceable books of the old the next 20 years depends on that hundreds of friends In all sections

Those present and enjoying delicious audit will require study by the I adoption until they' have become I how wisely they use today's higher I of the state have promised
income from increased food and
refreshments were Mrs L.I members of the committee, thereforewe I useless through normal wear and '- .- .. -- -- other wartime production both i their aid should I run, and the papers -
A. Royals mother of the bride: will withhold comment so far as tear. i groups have let their goals still have been unusually kind-and

Mrs. George Shumate, sister of the j It Is concerned However, In fairness I 7. Through a State Department of '.:..HHHHHHHHHHHO'HH.... .............................n................. .. .! orrrro-y-o->...->._->_->..-.;".:..-_:..... higher for 1943. I have of course encouraged the discussion
bride, Marlon Ange, maid of honor to those interested the committee I These farm youth are building comment, for any person
I Education Exchange Warehouse all financial reserves, and urging their
Nancy Dillard, L M. Raulerson, Jr., I feels that we should give you a report Gilbert TheatreFriday parents to do the tarn, for after- should be thrilled to be seriously
books not in In county are
best man, Jack Waters, Mr.\ and Mrs. of the committee hearing heldIn use any the-war necessities, to meet financial onsldered for this high place
Leo Greenberger Harry Paul and Tallahassee the latter part of called In and transferred to other emergencies and to help them I
I counties where a shortage may exist, and Saturday get started in college. "This," the former state senator
Polly Gay Greenberger.
July.We preventing an accumulation of Idle They're building reserves today continued, "will be In my estimation
-v inquired Into every matter Jimmy Lydon for tomorrow' farm buildings and I
I booka. Many of these books could the most Important election in recent
Mrs Catherine Oiler arrived Wednesday that could he thought of by the -. IN for the other things they will need
be rebound and repaired and result farmers history of the state, and be'
fchen they're tomorrow'*
and la spending a week as the .committee and also everything suitrented -
I I in considerable saving, but the law "Henry Aldrich and homemakers.M cause of worries about business, the
guest of Mrs. Angle Bas. and daugh. ( by different citizens. In;
as it now stands requires this work war and related matters, Is obviously
ter. She will\ be glad to have her every Instance we found Mr. English V
':to be done by a Florida concern and I going to be the hardest to Ignite."
friends call on her while she Is here. most cooperative even to the extentof Editor"Also
the evidence at our hearing develop.
Mrs. Oiler, a resident of Oxeechobee ;, giving the committee access to I MAKE EVERY Dye did not outline considerations
:,ed that only have one concern
for many years, has been In New |I[,his bank accounts and Income tax we : LATE NEWSA PAYDAY j that impelled him to say "My exploring
this
)Florida that would bid on
In
York for several years but Is makingher i I' reports. i KISS FOR HITLER I the possibilities of running
i'I work and their bid was rejected on
home In Miami now 1 1. New textbooks are adopted only I WAR for the governor's office was at the
account of apparently being excessive Tim Holt
-aMiss after approval by the entire State it /1 BOND DAY suggestion of some of my friends:
and lack of competition. This IN"Sagebrush- U\ I
Deretha Walker of Tampawas Board of Education, which consists my decision not to run Is my own
visiting her parents, Mr. and ;of the Governor, the Secretary of 'rendition Is apparently no fault of I Law" i., STOP SPENDING-SAVE DOLlArs and will come as a surprise to many.

Mrs.: J. H Walker, Jr., last week.0 I State the State Treasurer, the Mr. English or of the Department of iI Please express my sincere appreciation -
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Comptroller, the Attorney General, to those who have manifested
Mr. and Mrs Morris Barnett are :the Commissioner. of Agriculture After exhaustive .tudy of the evidence I & I I friendly cooperation, and tell them
Sunday
spending this week In Jacksonvillewith I I and 'the State' Superintendent of presented, the committee finds Monday- I News printing satisfies. I that I shall thank them personally

Mr Harriett's parents, Mr. and Public!! Instruction, that the Florida textbook system has I I as rapidly as possible"

Mrs. H. M. Bsrnett. I 2, After thia State Board of Edu- I been administered efficiently and Mary Martin, Dick Powell .-.------.- -.. ----..- -.. -- -- -- ... -
-0- atlon on necessity for adop- there Is nothing on which the committee I
agrees Rudy Vallee "
WANTED TO BUY-A very young 'I Ion of a new textbook all publishers could question the Integrity I IS "Sack The Attack !

Baby Rsccoon. Keep address and are asked to submit books to a |,or honesty of Mr. English the head

let me know, Cora Brockhaus, Rating Board which I. composed ol, \0' this Department or his asso \; "Happy Go Lucky"Also

Plymouth, Fla. 26 7 Florida classroom teachers In the, I .
\ : THIS IS AMERICA-NEWS
-V- field being considered This Rating: I The committee will\ submit a more CARTOON ,

; Board studies all books offered an Incomplete I report to the Senate at the

I chooses the three which they consider '(1945! session.I I
Advertise in The News. ( WednescJ y Only II
beat I Sincerely yours, -'BLI
INCrUN'f
3. Thereupon the State Board o f W. A. Shands, Chairman I

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Thanks for the fine response by our people at the opening of the Victory ShortComing


new Bank Saturday. Attractions


"THE IMMORTAL: SERGEANT"

OPENED FOR BUSINESS NOVEMBER 20. 1943 "SPRINGTIME"SHANTYTOWV: IN TilE ROCKIES'

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THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. '


I Okeechobse County BankAt _.' .ih. I

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the Close of Business November 24th, 1943

RESOURCESCash Q'' I II II I


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I and Due from Banks ....:...._.. _.__...... ,,'o''m'' $196,184.08 ,

United States Government Bonds ... .. .n""n ..... 125,000.00 ,

Banking House ....--- '-0- _.._...._....._m ._n'n'____..___"'._'__' 5,500.00
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Furniture, Fixtures an Edquipment 4,500.00

Loans and Discounts .......I..n ......... ..-.........---._...-. 4,000.00
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t TOTAL no ... n'_"..'__ .......___.___.__. _On' ..._..__-_..., ........$335,184.08 i.1i


LIABILITIES ,. Ii i

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DEPOSITSU...__.. ..":" ...__..._.._.____..o___.._ $300,115.23 I,

Capital Stock ... __.........,:..:.JL--: ..*--.._......._.........____._..__ 25,000.00 oI I

Surplus n__' ___-""-"-_."'."n'!!.3: -"._..__......_...._._._._.n..... 5,000.00 1 .' I

Undivided Profits __..LLi'_...._.._._..........._._...._.......__. 5,068.85 '" 1' \'
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TOTAL ._ .- _.. _.....::::......... '_'n _.n..._....__..._ ....$335,184.08 ; II
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-- That's really a great editorial r.oujustread the days of prohibition, when moonshine
BANKING HOURS f 9:00 A. M. TO 1:00 P. M. DAILY
to us,Judge. Where did you say it appeared? whiskey made quick fortunes bootleggers
'In 'The Stars and Stripe.the newscrooked politicians and dishonest police offi. j jI
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.--- I paper of the U.S. Armed Forces in Europe. cials. As a result we claim we know, hat we ,

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : I Kind of gives us folks back home something want in the way of liquor legislation and jai

to think about doesn't it. Bill?" Ihosi at homt should wait until ui return btfoitinitialmtfvrthtr
C. H. McNULTY President' N. RAY CARROLL, VicePres.E. "It certainly does Judge. Particularly the Initiation on liquor controF." .

G.- {LL ATRICK, CashierE. ,I. last paragraph. Would you mind reading "Out of fairness to our boys over there ,
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that again?" fighting. Judge, how could we disobey such

M. Meserve J. M. Roe;Sr., J. 0. Pearce, Allen Markham "Glad to, Bill. It says'We can remember wish?" 1 1I

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It's Kokomo, Dallas, Utica, Milldale, Chicago, Beloit, Grun- .
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with the same war problems-but each with variations, each ,
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call for local understanding and local leadership.

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But it must be local leadership that understands national
needs, local leadership that is respected because of long-time
service to the community!
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better suited to be this leader of the people, this arouser of
public opinion, than the local newspaper. II;


And it is our great good fortune that there are more of
; these papers in America than any other country-13,000 dailies
and weeklies serving 9,882 communities, fighting the war on
9,882 local fronts.
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influence in their communities. No other medium covers local
life as completely as they do. No other medium puts down the
local facts in black and white, where you can study and analyze. I
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No other local medium touches so many lives at so many :
points. Through the greatest news-gathering organizations in all
the world, American newspapers bring the sweat and blood of I I
the battle front home to the people as forcefully as they do the
homefront problems.
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equipped to point out, explain, to arouse action on a war prob-
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