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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: December 3, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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 29 Number 24 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 3, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Hews Of Our BoysIn Slaughtering Has Been of Extended Meat FOR D. Upehurch Local Hunting Men Party Attend Carrolton I I I Citrus Industry .


Various CampsAt Until Further Notice Will Make Race 1 Ranch-Last Saturday !I Migrates Labor


Suspension of all quotas on the County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr.,

Dome & Abroad slaughter of livestock by commer For Governor' Nathan ZelmenovitZ, C. H. McNulty I From TennesseeGainesville

clal slaughterers which war to ter I president of the Okeechobee County

minute December 1 has been ex. Bank, and Bryant Bowden, composed
Pfc. Johnny Johnson spent the St Augustine, Dec. 1.-State Sen.' Dec. 1.-E. F. Da-
tended until further notice according a party of local men who attendedthe
past weekend In Okeechobee where Frank D, Upehurch has an Busk state supervisor of the emergency ,
hunting party at the Carrolton
to an announcement by R. P
lie was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Howard Area Marketing Supervisor I his candidacy for Governor Ranch near Deer Park list Saturday farm labor problem, announced
J. W. Jordan. Florida, subject to the Democratic The this week that 237 Tennessee
Food Distribution Admlnlatration"TodaY'1 afternoon and night. hunt
S s In 1944 In statement farmers arrived In Florida this
action will give packersand a Ing party there each year Is an annual I
Word comes from Jimmie Mlnne- butchers, who hold a govern : defining the principles for event that Is held by the KIs- week to help pick citrus fruit. ThisIs

han that he Is well and getting he stands and the existing simn.ee Hunting Club which serves the first contingent of whit
ment license, an opportunity to
par
along fine. Jimmie Is In the Seabees he farmers brought to Florida throughthe
opposes plenty of wild turkey birds and
actively In marketing : I
ticipate more
cooperation of the War Food
and stationed somewhere In the "Florida's continued ,
progress venison to their guests.
this record hog during
year's crop I
Coral Sea section He he Is I Upchurch said "must be Administrate, De BUlk said II
says the just ahead; How- An estimated crowd of 250 persons I
pork season
well and likes It over there OK. He ard said I for all of the state and not were present Including United States With canning and processingplants

asks that the Okeechobee News be single section. We must opening throughout the
It follows the suspension last any Senator Claude Pepper State Superintendent
sent to him and he has been placed balanced by state the need for full or part time
a
week of all limitations on farm economy pre. Colin English, three Supreme
on the list to get the paper regularly of and the j present gains and by build. I Court Justices and many workers to help'can citrus fruits
slaughter hogs tempor-
and juice Is becoming acute 1
each week. them to the for /
upon open way connectedwith
reduction b OPA In the number '' other prominent persons
cry > I FIUNK: I). opportunities for the farmers State and federal officials have
of required for the political and business affairs
ration point ._____ __ | urged all not employed in essential
Private Ted Prescott has cattlemen, labor In'
a new growers of the state
the purchase of pork products.y
postoffice address and this time It ,[ Humble business, tourist enterprises r Industry and able to work to apply
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is In care of the Postmaster, New in education." | to the U. S. Employment Service or

York, which means he has arrived Limit Placed On I Claims $50,000 A | Declaring education of all the Drive StartedTo canning plants, in their Immediate

safely overseas. We have no further For Finding Oil ., to be essential' to the per locality.

Information as to his whereabouts of freedom Senator Up- : Several
Containers For Stop Liquor canning plants are pre
but that address suggests that he is Tallahassee Dec. 1.-The j said he favors more ade : pared to provide day nurseries for

'either In England or Italy Oil Company this week I support for public schools,
the of children of
care workingmothers
44 Truck $50,000 cash award offered by ) I Black Market
e e eMr CropFlorida particularly better salaries for Officials point out that

and Mrs. R. E. Mack have received lutivc action for the first I experience, while desirable Is unnecessary
the Information that their oil well> brought In this state [ He proposes Increased allowances I
as new workers will be
Con, Sergeant Robert Mack, now truck crop growers will The Sunniland well is now r the needy aged by the state toe I Jacksonville, Nov. 29.A drive to I trained and paid as they learn.

stationed In England has been pro. be unable to get new wooden con.tainera nized as a producer and extent of the full matching of ,: wipe out "black market" liquor .

tooted to the rank of staff sergeant. for shipping certain vegetables pony announced that it had funds, and more adequate 'I' operations In Florida has been This type of work offers profitable
In 1944, according to announcement 'a location for well\ launched by Federal units In cooperation for
an I a second for the blind and for depen employment many women
by R. P. Howard Area sam area. children. I with the state beverage: not qualified for the more rigorous
Sollie Ellis will leave today to re
turn to Camp Hunter at Savannah, Marketing Supervisor, Food Distri I In claiming the award the An expanded road building pro- department, C. H. Llchliter, OPA duties In shipyards or other war
bution Administration Orlando, ble Oil\ advised I I enforcement attorney said tonight I and Is
Ca., after spending two weeks here Company Including the Improvement of plants even more important
attending to business and hunting Florida. ,I I Holland that if their claim is highways, Upchurch de I The effort was mapped at a seriesof I to the war effort as the bulk of the

some Howard urged growers to acquaint i nized they would contribute must follow the end of the conferences here attended by I fruit canned this season will go directly

e e e then-selves with the provisions of I of the amount to the He emphasized that he wants I Federal Alcohol Tax unit aides and to the armed forces and

WPB Limitations Order L-232, effective College for Women and the see roads built through cities I officials of the OPA and the beverage lend lease
Robert C. (Cecil) Bats arrived
January 1, 1944, which restricts Ing! $25,000 to the towns and not around them. I department. V
here last week and Is spending fif In outlining the of the drive,
the use of new wooden con Florida and will donate an : V scope
teen days here with his parents, I designed to force sales of liquor Dr. Murphy to PreachAt
tainers for shipping certain vegetables tionsl $5,000 to each I
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ba... Cecil. has outh Security" And I
back Into legal channels and to Methodist Church
which War Food Administration I on the signing of bonus oil I
recently been transferred from Camp Boy Scouts of America bring prices within OPA ceilings, \
has not asked for an Increase 'on 40,000 acres In Collier I i I -
Brechinrldge, Ky., to Camp Rucker in production or which can be shipped I The cabinet referred the oil To Meet In Palm Beach Lichliter said the entire state wouldbe On next Sunday evening, December &

Alabama. In non-wooden containers I to Attorney General Tom covered. 5th, Dr. 0. Alton Murphy Super
e e e Use of new wooden containers Is | and State Geologist Herman I Conferences on "Youth Security" "Violations at all levels from the intendent of the Lakeland District

Camp Pendleton Calif., Nov. 26.- entirely prohibited for shipping | to determine whether or to the public will be combined distributors through retailers to of the Methodist Conference, will

Special to Okeechobee News-Kell cabbage green corn dry onions, quiren.onts of the law had the annual meeting of Gulf taxi drivers and hotel bell hops will preach at the local Methodist church

tl'. s. .... Jtyr.,.AndeMon,. U. $ Marine .Corps, white potatoes mtabegu, eel root I met | Council Boy Scouts of be subject of appropriate enforcement Dr. Murphy will not hold quarterly

von of Alvah B. Anderson Route 1, turnips In the case of some other __ "v--- -- ./ PoT1 held "at theEverj!' action";h"declared: Conference but"wimrmg message .....

Okeechobee, Fla., has been promotedto vegetables the use of'wooden containers \ i 0 club, Palm Beach "While the survey Is expected to that you will want to hear. This la ,

sergeant from corporal Is restricted to specific per. Farmers to FileDeclarations 1 according to word received to. furnish evidence which may be used Dr. Murphy's second visit to the

Sergeant Anderson Is with a tank centages of the volume packed or '|I' 2)F by H. H. Raulerson, attendance to force prices of whisky within Okeechobee Church and his coming

battalion of the Fourth Division. He hipped during 1942. The restricted j, for the Okeechobee dis legal limits, Investigations will not Is anticipated with eager interest

has been a Marine since September vegetables with the permitted percentages I I cease until the liquor black market I W. R. Howell Pastor.

9, 1937, serving at Georgetown, Brit Is wiped out.
of the base period are: A series of five meetings especial. I vi
ish Guiana, and San Juan and Puerto carrots 100%; cantaloupes and mel. Income Tax for parents, committeeman, Den "OPA Investigators have found

Rico. one, cauliflower celery and lettuce I ___ and representatives from evidence which shows that many i District Conference
S e a .' organizations Interested In old time 'moonshiners' and other'racketeers' I -
80% cucumbers and radishes 50'
I December 15. 1943 .la a .
Domer have
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Mr, and Mrs. have entered the
activities will be held during mar The pastor and other representatives
Howard pointed out that these restrictions '
date for American
received word that their eon, Russell apply only to new wooden o missioner of Internal farmers afternoon Election of officer ket and have taken advantage" of the I from the Okeechobee Church

Domer, has recently graduated from containers and said plans are underway I presentation of the Silver Bea liquor shortage and OPA control of will attend the Methodist District
ert E. Hannegan said today.
Harlington Field Texas, where he to make more secondhand award for achievement will fol. price., Conference which will convene In
received his wings as aerial gunner : Although a limited number "Unscrupulous dealers within the ,1
containers available. But he stressed the banquet at the Palm Beach Bartow on December 13th and 14th.
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farmers also will have tax
farmers should be sure that they I ,Industry have not overlooked an opportunity The main guest speaker will be Dr.
Mrs. Ella Conrad Is in receipt of to make or declarations of to In the pyramid.
profit
Y. C, Yang eminent president of
have a quota of new containers or a I W. A. Dobson, Atlanta nationally ,
1& card from her son Pfc. EdwardT. sufficient quantity of used contaIn. tat to file, Commissioner speaker who has served as Ing sales and Instances have been Soochow University who will deliver -
Conrad In which he says send his explained that December 15 where W
reported to Investigators
the address on Monday night
ers to take care of their expected II executive In the southeast
wail in car of the postmaster, New handles the first date by which 'bootleggers': In some of Florida's of the 13th.
production. If the grower many years will be the speaker
York City, which means he has already I will be required to file dry counties have sold liquor for ---v- ---- -
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his product through a both conference and banquet meet
been sent overseas somewhere., tions of Estimated Income which compelled to
packer he should be sure that the according to T. I. McIntosh of they were pay .
-- .v----, tory Tat, similar to the 'on the aide' as high as $30 per ,Press Association
of .
packer has a sufficient quota Palm Beach, Council president.The
Lions filed by nearly twelve case.'
used containers to cover his requirements attendance chairman here
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Ind.ividuallncomeTaxpayers persons on September 111.I Llchliter added that severe penalties Elects A. 0. Brice
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.. those who plan to attend
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this district make reservations
I ness, the farmer could not be "some of whom will undoubtedly j I
ShouldAcknowledge December 11, He pointed out PresidentJacksonville
PIONEER KISSIMMEE RIVER quite the same basis at find their way Into the I. New
I I' fact that It will not be neces- "
BOATMAN DIES AT AGE 84 wage,: earner when Congress federal courts
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BillJohn I
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affiliation with Boy Scout.V. .. I
St. Cloud Nov. 28.-Paul Earnest mlssioner Hannegan NOTICE OF ANNUAL ELECTIONSOIL men and women from all sections of
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Gibson, 84, pioneer I| "In the first place, the CONSERVATION COMMITTEE the state gathered In Jacksonville
L, Fahs Collector of Inter was engineer aboard a steamboat on usually has no wages from HAVE INCREASED DECEMBER 11, AT COURT HOUSE :'last week-end for the 64th annuli
cal Revenue announces that state the KIsslmmea river for many DEATH RATE JS PER CENT __ I
tax can be withheld. In the meeting of the Florida Press Asso.
ments have been forwarded to all years died Saturday at his home In place because of the I' Notice la hereby given that a I elation.

Individual taxpayers who filed an Kenansvtll. weather and other condition. "All accidents have increased the' meeting will be held at the CourtHouse I i Despite transportation difficultiesthe S

estimated declaration for the year Mr. Gibson came to KIsslmmee riculture, the farmer could rate more than 85% over last Okeechobee, Florida, at 2 i convention was well attendedand

1943 on September 15th. from Apalachicola in 1885. He wasa i expected to estimate his in Florida," states Asher o'clock p. m. Saturday December : a streamlined 1-day programwas

All individuals, who at this time native of Long Cane, Ga. Survivors til most of the crops were Director of the Florida Safe 11, 1943 for the purpose of electing I given over to discussions of

find that their estimate preparedand Include a brother Ben Gibson of and sold. Council. Traffic fatalities are op three (3) Committeemen to conductthe I problems confronting printers and

filed on September 15th is still Apalachlcola; two sons Charlie and than 76% In October over a 1944 Soil Conservation program.
"Therefore to make the i I publishers.
at least 80% correct should return Marcus Gibson of Miami; and a system as fair as ) ago; home accidents are up All participants In the programare 0. A. Brice publisher of the Lake

the statement which has been forwarded daughter, Mrs. Alma Phillips of you-go farmers the law makes two 60 per cent of which falls eligible to vote and should sup. I Wale News, was elected president

to them with their remit Kenansvtlle, with whom he made provisions. First, farmers burns account for most of port the program by being present for the ensuing year succeedingi

tance covering the total balance due his home as well\ aa four grandsons returns on a calendar ) "Let's use a little common and voicing their sentiments i i Henry Hudson of the Tltusvllle "

on or before December 15th. and, two great-grandchildren. need not estimate their in everything we do. Acci C. A. FULFORD I'I Star-Advocate. J. J. Schumann publisher .
y I useless waste of hu and
cause a I Agent
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Collector Fahs advises all taxpayers tax until December 15 of 1 of the Vero Beach Press
Restrictions on civilian flying In life," stated Frank. i' Sec. to County Committee
that under existing income tax and second, a farmer's Journal, was elected tat vice-presiI -
law, declarations are required to be the Eastern area are expected to be be exempt from penalties V-- !, V_- I dent; Lauren Hand, Delray Beach
lifted in the near future reports
within 80 percent correct otherwise American Aviation which states statement if the tax estimate Almost twice is much passenger Millions of bushels of feed grain New., 2nd vice-president; Russell

a penalty will attach. that the order will affect between in a 83 1.3 per cent margin has been handled by rail In are being transported from the Kay director of the Florida News

All taxpayers who find that their 80,000 and 100,000 private fliers In (based on the annual tax as in the pre-war record of western provinces of Canada to help Service Tampa was re-elected Sec. ,

September estimate was not within be filed as usual the with only half as many pas relieve the shortage handicapping retary-Treasurer.
this alone.declarations
:00 percent correct, should file an area March). locomotives and two-thirds American farmers, reports the Canadian The Association's annual banquet i

amended estimate on Form 1040ES. ,- "Under these provisions, many passenger-carrying; ears National Railway, which Is was held at the Seminole Hotel .

On this form taxpayers shall claim taxpayer should attach er Is enabled to pay his .. "Railway Age" In Its Passen operating special train. to rush feed I when the group heard an Inspiring!

credit In Line 4 for all payments to the amended declaration the substantially In the same Progress Annual this weei.: to eastern livestock and poultry ( talk by J. Saxton Lloyd, chairmanof

made during 1943 either on account statement Form 1124 which has been the Income Is received V producing areas the State Advertising Committee

'of their 1942 Income tax liability or forwarded to them by the Collec\ primary objective of the The need for waste fats and waste o, ---- --- I of the Florida*. State Chamberof.

previous payments made on declara tor's office. All persons are cautioned go system-with due regard Is .cute. Both are vital to the Help hold) Infantile paralysis In Congnerce.

tions. The amount left due In Line that payment or amended special difficulties of the effort and your State Defense check The need Is greater today Twenty-one'past president of the

8 Is the amount which should be declaration mast be made or filed business. Council urges your full support In than ever before. Be prepared to organization were honored with the i

paid with the amended declaration on or before December 15th to avoid December 15 Is also a the conservation of both fats and contribute liberally In celebration. o(f presentation of certificates of ape .

To facilitate the handling of these penalty (Continued on page paper. the President' Birthday preclatton. { I I"J
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"In addition, any farmer who desires I
QhllChl111lNdusl I to make a precise estimate, for ..SYIAIfa IIII I
__ I I which Form 1040F (Schedule of JI..t"J., .....t.(:'....... .1'.1.. ...'... THE OLD JUDGE SAYS .

Published Every Friday by the ,i Farm Income and Expenses) Is use ; 1T H 1 1
Okeechobee News Oo, at Okeechobee I I ful may also !get these forms from \' llL!
Okeechobee County, I"lorlda.BRYANT Collectors. However, farmers desiring '"
l I' only to approximate their taxi -
BOWDEN ....,.-.. .. Editor A Fljlng toilless Is lo America s : .
within the permissible 33 1-3 per
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Entered second class matter cent margin of error-will find the ,
as the Army This gigantic:: four-mo- i '
July I. 1914. at the Post Office In simplified worksheet, which Is sup bored bomber enninoed with heavy ,
Okeechobee Florida under the I plied to all taxpayers, adequate for cannon, Carries aoout three tons of i I
Act of March 8, 1871.SUBSCRIPTION. : this purpose." bombs and reaches a speed of about I ,, V/I
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RATE for the first time will find ;ii; ./N.--1 J f ,) l
One year in advance ......... .$200 that the form provides credit for any '_= I o 1
Six months In advance ......... 100 I tax pajd this year on account of thc(/r d I.r ,-- I
Three months In advance ........ .75 11942 Income tax and also for any p. I 1 tt hI
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taxes withheld from wages. The payments .
notices In local columns. '
Reading of estimated tax, to be made ..-
10 cents a line. Rates for display
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in connection with the filing, are
advertising furnished on application !f rlr'
only the difference between the I n
Classified advertising. 2 cents
each word per Insertion. All Items total estimated tax and these .) >
rardln( enterprises conducted for credits. I ; t4 } I
p"V.V.: are ChargeAble at "dverttslng While most farmers do not work lk
rat u. for wages, some of them who work I C.
ships carry crew of Savorto
---- - part time during slack farming ses- I I nine men, weigh about 22tt tons ,
Advertising: bills arc payable on
sons-perhaps at a near-by cannery have a wing spread of 105 feet and
the first of each month. Parties
packing house or stock yard-may each motor develops 1,000 horsepower -
unknown to required to I
publishers
I have had some tax withheld from We need more of these "Fly-
pay. .In advance. I such wages and therefore will be tag Fortresses" to compete with the .4'."
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Nazi air force. You can help by Inveiling '
entitled to take credits accordingly
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FARMERS TO FILE
at least
ten percent 01 yo|rfcmme
I The general requirements for filing ,;
I'oiitluupil I fmni' I'llne One, ) i In War Bonds every ptyday.
for two other groups of citizen ,' a declaration for both farmers Buy them from your bank, posh W "
and non-farmers, Include all persons office or other convenient issuing 4.
Anyone who filed a declaration on who had In the calendar year 1942or agent v 5,7..u.w0M.rMeu "Never knew that before, Judge...I would "By developing new products from tW.
or before September IS but who underestimated expect to have in the calendar have sworn it was j ust the other way'round." processed grain the modern distilling industry -
his tax substantially has taken a leading part in solving
20 per cent In the case of a non- year 1943 any of the following Give him a crisp WAR '* "No, Arthur, the grain used in distilling the vital shortage of cattle and poultry feed
amounts or types of IncoMe: BOND for a CIIRISTMS
farmer, or 33 1-3 per cent in the war-alcohol is not tasted. In an efficient dis ingredients which are rich in vitamins Blend
be remembered.
case of a farmer-should file an 1. More than $100 gross Income present Keep on to BACKING TBS IWAR tillery up to 29%ot it is reprocessed and is B-2 so essential to satisfactory growth
amended declaration by Pecember from a source outside of wages subject ATTACK returned to farms like yours in the form of and production.
to withholding and also sufficient -
premium-quality livestock feed
15 to avoid penalties prescribed by gross Income to require filing "And what I have told you about the
Jaw for such substantial underesti an Income tax return (500 for a singto Remember, this nourishing remainder is absence of grain waste in making war
mates. The special provisions rely person $1200 for a married couple J ri plumb full of protein, vitamins and carbo alcohol Arthur, also applies in the making
tive to farmers will apply to all or $624 for an I Individual' mar- hydrates and becomes a highly-prized feed of whiskey although not a drop has been mad
persons who expect that at least 80 marled ). concentrate in this country for over a year."
per cent of their total estimated I persons
gross income from all sources will 2. Wages subject to withholding
be from farming.The totaling more than $2,700 If single] BONDS I I Tktt _swts sM<*tf tfimturrtJ>jf c...!......../Aletkolit Bit.../.ladaelr/o,. dq ...
other persons who must file or $3,500 If married (married couples :=:I,
by December 15 are those who did must file declarations If such
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not file In September because they I I wages together -- -- -- ------- -- --
anticipatd that their Income for the exceed $3,500).
year would not be sufficient to require I In addition, the declaration Is required -
filing but who now find that of any person who was required -
their Income will be high! enough to to file an Income return for
require filing a declaration. 1942 and who expects his wages subject
"Extensive effort have been madeto I to withholding In 1943 to be : Christmas Gifts
provide farmers with all the In less than similar wages were In 1942.

formation they will need to complete i -- -.v -- ,
this filing, and I have Instructed I
the Collectors' offices to

give every possible assistance to


said farmers"Many," farmers Commissioner already Hannegan have the I .jf ., I I from TYE & LISKNow


forms which were sent them In Au- o
gust These foriri are still good and
may be used. Any farmers needing I rI
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more forms, however will be supplied r s
Advertise in The News.
promptly upon request to the

Collectors, that the Boys in Foreign Service have been

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I taken care of it is time to Mail Packages to the

SEED CANE FOR SALES I I

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|: 30,000 seed cane for sale at $3.00 per 100 in lots ;: I'j I Boys On the Home Front (Not later than Decem-

::|: less than 1000, larger lots $2.50 per 100. Average :f::

:h i: length 5 feet. Good grade green cane. Should ::1 V h: I : ber 10th.Too) it is none too early to select

X, be planted as soon as possible or cut and banked. I:


.:-k. H. H. HANCOCK ji I I I IIi : GIFTS FOR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. You


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Bl ; I / WE WARN YOU NOW THAT YOUR GIFTS WILL

and Cows
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NOVELTIES, TRINKETS AND GADGETS ARE OUT FOR

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WILL ALSO HAVE SOME I THE DURATION.


Hereford and Short Horn Bulls !

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BANGS DISEASE .... JL TE F & IIsIc: I


ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO


REGISTRATION !i ARCAD I\1EN'S SHOP


; 2,900 FT FLOOR SPACE DEVOTED TO MEN'S WEAR
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and Mrs. J. A. Abney pent CHURCHES OF CHRIST : "I I, :
i Washington, D. C.-A blunt challenge: -whether i iIn
Wednesday In ,
Sebrlnj where Mr. SCIENTIST I
ferns will be more tender with their money than Amer.l '
Abney went on business while Mri. lives of their son*confronts U. S. citizens as they ',!

Abney visited friends "GOD TilE ONLY CAUSE AND meet the appeal cf the gover-.merit to put an additional 13 b Checking k

-o- CREATOR" I. the subject of the 1 billion dollars I it to the tight i r the nex t:tree weeks. I. :u .
W P. Hargravei has returned to Lesson-Sermon which will be read American dollars w-ilch run off to -i ,utt
111 home In Clearwater after spend i In Churches of Christ, Scientist, some cozy shelter *o hide: while much ton I I-' :h to meet the war sltua.tion I )
'American boys are dying/ to dofcni.1 cf 1)Lart year more than I
ing a week In Okeechobee visiting throughout the world on Sunday, our cities and town from destruction 82 billion d) I lays of our soaring na ttu
hie parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. December 5. I I and Invasion -Mil: face a risen} tional income went to toed the do- .
Hargraves and family. The Golden Text Is: "Every house demand from all c' pscs of patriot JI sires of Ar.'"ricars for clothes, recreation 1'1 1! Account '
I I I citizens to torni\ 60f M9 fight. feeds and luxuries. As these 1'1
-u-- Is bullded by some man; but he that Millions of worker who now a*, items grow scarcer, more oi our lui I
Miss Ruth Blum has returned to built all things Is God" (Hebrews I buying War Bonds regularly out '>; come must bo diverted from such I Ie
Nassau after spending a week here 8:4): 'I current Income rt tst lend ext*,* expenses Into government bonds. "

with her parents Mr and Mrs. Bar Among the citations which comprise money to their gcvtrnment duri" i During/ 1C"2! millions of our fathers M IC
I the Second War Loan campaign sons, relatives and friends were ''i ,. tt
ney Blum. She has been employed the Lesson-Sermon Is the following I, (which started Apr I' 12) training: here and abroad. Some: !
there In defense work during the from the Bible: "To whom I In recognition of the spirit of sacrifice were already In action. Casualtieswere I i

past six months and this Is her first I then will liken shall I be which Is seeping over the beginning to bite Into every We
ye me or I' invite
to
Into { Account
I land as our trooo swing community. War Bonds became a you open a Checking -
visit home. equal salth the Holy One. Lift up fonslve action In Africa and aw nit vital Ink between the home and 4
-0- your eyes on' high, and behold who the signal for a landing In Eurce. fighting fronts. i I )
the Treasury Depitinent is offei hga ? with us at earliest convenience.
Mrs. J. A. Abney Mrs. Parker Ab hath created these things! that series of goveir (rent bonds V fit Today sacrifice has become a way I a your
ney: and Mrs. Austin Pearce were bringeth out their host by number" every pocketboot. of life for America's fighting men. I j u
Civilian pending on the 1942 scam
visitors spending Tuesday In West (l Islah 40:28: 2 tho familiar Se- E Bonds ?'j
u I or
Pain Beach. The Lesson-Sermon also Includesthe folks art to attempt to match the When I Iu
per cent bonds o.> 2 per cent b !ids you pay your Bills with a Check
o following passage! from the or tax certifies'?, they will be roing heroism of our boys at the front. \ ,.
R. M. Durrence has returned to Christian Science textbook "Scienceand their part to rote the Second War Mot every American can take his ::1,
Loan drive a ittcess. place l'i a bomber or in a foxhole d you have a permanent Receipt for files
Enesda after spending a week here Health with Key to the Scrip or on a Sighting: ship but he can Areaway I I'r your
attending to business and seeing! tures" by Mary Baker Eddy "The Consumer Spendinj; Too Ili*fl. M the enemy by lending

friends and relatives. I creative Principle-Life, Truth and Consumer spending In 194J; wastfUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHi'll'IIIIIIIIIII'IIWim' money to the government. :I I Ilil.II'II'II''lI'i''II'I''lIl1rt''I'II''IIII'III'II'III''I I and for your Income Tax Return. III;

-o- Love-Is God. The universe reflects I I I'','! I:''' 't'!!'!!!!!'!!:!I!'!!: I '. ,!'! !'!='" :a .
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Mrs. A. 0. Glenn has returned to God. There Is but one creator and ; ==

her home In Bradcnton after spend one creation. This creation consistsof = I L

ing several days here with her par the unfolding of spiritual and }

ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker. their identities, which are embraced uI
-pL I In the Infinite Mind and forever re i F1NOTICE1F & '"

L. Stuckey of Pahokee. candidate I flected. These ideas range from the >

for the Democratic nomination Infinitesimal to Infinity and the :1 Okcechob8
CmmtyI
ae Congressman from this district highest Ideas are the sons and I tt

spent Wednesday afternoon here.o daughters of God" (p. 602:27-5): Welding of all Kinds and General Li (

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L. B. Wooten of Jacksonville spent -

several days the first of the weekIn GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOKTHE i REPAIROKEECHOBEE ;E I Bank tt

Okeechobee as the guest of Mr.

and Mrs. J. A, Abney. SCRIPTURESWhen == .
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you have read the Bible, you ; -, =
Mrs John Duncanion and Mrs W. will know It Is the word of God,

I. Hendry were visitors who spent because you will have found It the = I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :

Tuesday In Tort Pierce key to your own heart your ownhappiness -
-0- C. H. MoNULTV, President N. RAY CARROLL, VIce-President i
and your own duty.Woodrow II I
Basil Bowden of Sebring spent I Wilson WELDING CO. I E. G. KILPATRICK Cashier

Thanksgiving! afternoon In Okeecho- ., E M. Mcjtrve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. O, Pearce Allen Markham

bee. The .highest earthly enjoyments I Neil I Hough ) Ki!

are but a shadow of the job I find ,
Mrs. J. B. Drago of Montgomery s -3 t. Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit r
I in reading God's Jane
word.-Lady I II
Ala., arrived in Okeechobee last Grey.I a North Park St. (Next to Benny Jones) r I Insurance Corporation fti '
week and Is spending a month herewith I I -. '

her sister Mrs. C. B. Duffey. I ; ..r1lllllllImmlllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllml NIIRRfSiu"xltn3SlSlLBriis.3JutitlttitI.. .. .... .
I believe a knowledge of the Bible t I I l i :! .i.' : 'e :.; "lJt
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M. A. Rosin and H. H. Parker of '
i i valuable than a college course with- I t
Arcadia were business visitors In''( _. -
out a Bible.-William Lyon Phelps.
Okeechobee yesterday.o .
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... The Scripture are very good. Out -
WANTED Baby Raccoon.TO BUY Keep-A address very young and aim must be to have them under Holiday trains will Be crowded with Service Men,

stood spiritually for only by this .
let me know. Cora Brockhaus, 'I.i'.t14'\! : \ >:''' ,
understanding can truth be gained. .
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Plymouth -Mary Baker Eddy. ,, ,.-... .. ,"'" ......, ; t' : ., <' '
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LOST-Pair of nine Inch wire cut A loving trust In the Author of ,, r _If" '" --. 4. 4yr. .:.. ._ 't' ..d... .'fot' ." .
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will be .L... 6 -,; ,.,
ting pliers Liberal Reward '. "" "'" _
the Bible Is the best preparation fora :;.. .. ,.o 4"r "
paid for their return. W. A. Moore, or r'1f!'rhM'
wise and profitable study of the ( ...?' : .
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Hold fast to the Bible as the I< \ p.':......'h',-.<;o''t'. ...
Little News Ads pay big sheet-anchor of your liberties; write '

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Its precepts In your hearts practice < '. .' .:it..
I them In your lives.-Ulysses S. Your( :', :1

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Gilbert TheatreFriday I Recedinp Years :
i home
I ;;r staying .
and Saturday PEHSO.NS entertain

MOST sentiment, purlini,,* u( : \k

Power of the Press regret regarding! the going z-

out of with the old expectation yew, and for look what forward \ i. will speed ;:

Guy KibbeSaddles the Incoming year may hold of


AndSagebrush good.In reviewing the year that has I iL' his coming home

passed, one may recoil reRrcttnhie
: words and deeds. Kemorse ..
I for what has been done Is not

enough( however; true repentance HOME
I ninnilesti itself In reform. i for the Holidays! Happy mothers and
Russell Hayden Knowing this, each earnest Individual
their wives and their husbands
I may prayerfully resolve, sons, reunited

NEWS-TAKE IT OR with divine help to consecrate after months of patient waiting. How much it
Also
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LEAVE IT I himself to the gaining of more 5 means to those in the service and their families.
I Chrlstliness in the c'mnlnyear,
in order that human vicissitudes I
Thousands of men and women in uniform
nmy lie met with greater wisdom
Sunday & Monday and love and Hint daily duties i 3 :: : will be homeward bound during the holidays.
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I may bo mure joyously and more Many families will be going to visit their boys in
perfectly fullilled. Faithfulness
The Immortal I and obedience to God, good, result 'I I "., ,,,,, camp. Trains are sure to be crowded with these

in duties properly fullilled, travelers from a week before Christmas until a
added spiritual grace and an enriched i week after New Year.
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life which imagei forth
SergeantHenry
more clearly( the divine nature. .
-.. But this year travel space is definitely limited.
Fonda In a poem "To the Old Year- a
18o5" written Just before her dis es % There won't be room for everyone else who wishes

Also NEWS-SIX HITS-MUSICAL covery of Christian Science, Mary to go. Extra cars and locomotives, formerly avail .,
Baker Eddy addressed the year I 'e4 J L."w able must continue to
and
move troops traffic
then closing in these words, In
Wednesday: Only. part' (Poems, pp. 2rt. 27)i) vital to those on the nation's many battlefronts.
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';( word receding .-"t ,01.J 1.w.,5
jne year '
MARY LEE Ere thou grow tremulous with ",. -. f''W.Il>., So before you plan a trip during the holidays

-lY- .: shadowy night) 1 \, ask yourself really necessary? Will it interfere

I ShantytownALSO Say with, will wisdom's the young light year. dawn :'',, ... 4 ;&4I / with some boy in uniform homeward bound and 'dt

To brighten o'er thy bier?" -0 I ={ the family anxiously awaiting his arrival. Your

staying home will help his "
"Will the young year dawn with to speed journey. i
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I.. BINGO NIGHTPHONEY wisdom's light?" That is an arresting ;of. 'All through the holidays the men and ,"?
thought. And it is for Individual "1"? women of the Florida East Coast Rail .i: '
! CRONIES right thinking f to help .'tl war will be working night and day to ; *.
I bring on afllrmntive answer Paw : handle a huge extra load of holiday .'V FLORIDA I EAST COAST ,

;..'w! jne.ll, express. military and civilian .. .
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, Coming Attraction I :;f.;( in addition to the vital war ma. fci-*,
oio' terlala and euppliea that .. ..,. RAILWAY I 'z.
I = must continue .r"fjI""t"" +r', 't 'If );.
!. to mono'Your patience and '
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1N'411E' (ROCKIES': ueld.r"} rt. '' '
.a '
-SPRINGTIME ding will.. i4'
1 ;::0'" appreciated. ..<. ,r' .... .. : :
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FOUR THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER t, IMS
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iler said Certificate lIed was ID the .Tiiilli'lul Circuit of Florida. In and for Iiy llov it. Knulerson I Wit:
name of Mrs P. Onothe, Genre Tur- Okeechubee County, under date of (Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
toy, Charles 8. Halley and Thomas II. |I March 31, 1KI2; In tbs sum of tea Okeechobee County, Flor- I All Fractional Block 206, City of
Hell. thousand twenty dollars and eighty (Sent" Ida ss agent for the Based Okeechobee.The .
1/ fnless said Certificates shall he r.. I cents (11002080)), said execution being By/Sophronls!! Pease, Deputy Clerk
Too Late to ClassifyBy / deemed according to law, property du- I bawd on judgment In behalf of C. if. assessment of laid property
scribed therein xhull be sold to the Illghsiiilth vs Okeecbobee Company, I -----j
highest bidder at the Courthouse door 1 have levied upon and will sell t* NOTICE- OF APPLICATION FOR under said Certificate Issued was In
Oil the flr.t Monday In the the
month of highest bidder for cash on the Bth of Harris
I January, 1944 which Is the 8rd day of day of December A D, 194.1 within TAX DEED the name Dewey
Russell Kay January, 11)44. I the !logsl hours of sale, at the front Unless said Certificate shall be '
, Bated Ibis 30th day of November c i, duor of the Court lloune of Okeecbo- Laws of 1.35 ,'
llJ.1. bee redeemed according to law, proper.
1| County tlurldn, the following desirlhed -
(Seal) ROY It. KAULERSQN, >I real estate catd In the Coin-I II Notice la hereby given that Okee I described therein shall be sold to
I Clerk Circuit Court of i I tv of Okvethohee, State of Florida, chobee Incorporated holder of Tax ty
Whenever and wherever folk friend about it. The lawyer said, I Okeechohee County. Florida tn.wit: I the highest bidder at the Courthouse

convene nowadays the favorite In. "Brother I can't help you) nobodycan -.-.- llegliinlng at the meander corner ofi Certificate No.4. Issued the 3 day door the first Monday In the
on
I ORDER OF i the west Hue et Section 31. Township of filed same':
door sport Is a free-forall discus help you There Isn't a lawyer I TOt H\FHK WATTS IILirATION and I 1 1117 South Hun IIP 3H Kntt thence south I July A. D. 1939 has ,''month' of December, 1943 which il

lion of how to keep alive and out around here that knows enough to E.defendants M. UATT8, her hunbanil. M nlnng;' : thence said west loutk section M degrees line' projected and 4e In my office) has made application the 6th day of December 1943.

of jail In the face of ever-mounting go Into court and try to plead a It appearing from the Plaintiffs minutes east along the meander line .f for a Tax Deed to be Issued thereon Dated this 4th day of November,
ca"l sworn Bill of bbl* 17' wilier level IMS5 to a point Said Certificate embraces the following i
Complaint on file In the
bureaucratic
bureaucratic the expert
governmental control against the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nil unlit h line of Section 31, pre. 1943.
regulation and regimentation order to familiarize oneself with the In end for Okeechobee County where I I jorted line : thence east along said, south described property In the I ROY R. RAULERSONSeal
il-O.V to the Uovermnent MesnderI
There time few law fellow would] have to spend In J. E. Whldden Is Hnlntlff and you. I corner; thence northwesterly slonffth County of Okeechobee, State of Florida I
was a a years a Ruffle Watts and E. M. Watts her ( ) Clerk of Circuit Court of
Hnncock
back when such discussions were studying the rules regulations husband are Defendants, filed In the Meander line to point flifglnnlng to-wlt: |I II
a
year aid Court on the 4th day of November KXl'HPT : A strip of land Okeechobee County Florida
Indulged In by what were termed and directives and by the time 1043: In Chancery Case No. 872. and the |,'fill wide running louttenterly I tot 14, Section 11, Township 84 S. I .
throned the shore denrrlbed' tract, be- ----- -- --
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"big business men."-Now every. he thought he knew something ed as the newspaper Is In hereby which drilgnnt-this order 1 1111"i the right of way of the Conner i Range 32 E.I lHE I Rrl'1T COVET OF THE

,A body's doing It from Tony the barber about It, he'd find the slide-rule for' four shall consecutive be published weeks once, a week I Highway Al SOWent .. ;)I I' The assessment of lald".property TI.OItIP'l MM( .MDHIU.O CIRCUIT FOR OKFKnioiirr OF.

to the "Chairman of the boys In Washington had brought hill being filed to foreclose the a mortgage said. hAlf of Rloik 1. .f Farmiionilii ,under said Certificate Issued was In : COCNTT, FLORIDA.
Consolidated Land ( .
Board." out a whole new set of directives. I mid ,suit and being the In property Okeechnbee Involved In I I In Section 31. 'ompanv'se'ihdivlnion Tnwa h!, the nme of Rauterson Cattle Com. I In Chuneery.HIM.. FOR DIVORCE:
Florida County '17 South RA'IIClQ: Cant less Lot 1 F.THF.r': PEA1U.' FOX Complainant
And your congressman will tell and more particularly described lOr mihl Block pany. |I vsCiARENCR
The recent convention of the that weekly were expressly I From as follows: I, DATED: At Okeechohce F'orlda thus Unless said Certificate shall be II FOX. Defendant
papers the Northeast Corner NE of
you ( )
1 Zed" coy of November. A. D. W1. ORDER TO APPEAR
Florida Press Association In Jack
Section Four (4) township Thirty redeemed according to law, proper.
exempted in the Wage-Hour I.. Ij. CONRAD STATE: OF FLORIDA :
I eight (3S) South of Range Thirty flye
sonville was no exception and the Sheriff Olieei'hobeo County Fll. described therein shall be sold to TO
.ty
.13)(: : East
I Bill but Congress only makes the ) rim went 20.138 feet : thence ;Nov '
I 5121928: Dec 8. ('LAPENCE: IT FOX. Addressl'nkhewnc
tales some of the fellows told of Injustices Smith 0 deg 'cc 11 East 1100 feet! the highest bidder at the Courthouse
laws It has nothing to say about thence North 70 degrees 03 West I I :
I Bill
and Impositions were rules regulations and directives or 1U280 feet to the point of beginning; :MtTKK OP INTENTION TO SELL door on the first Monday In then It npnenrlng. filed from In this the cause sworn that thilefonnant orCnmplnlnt "
enough to turn your hair grey. from the point of beginning run 1 LAND Clarence II Fox ,Is s rentilllit .
onth of Decer.ber, 1943 which !Is
i enforcement and If some guy witha North 11dp"r..e 03 West 4J1.C7 feet: nf the State or (Country other
The prize story came from the ,' title of Inspector, supervlcor or I I thence, North 77 degrees 0.1: Went ;NOIfK( IS IIFHKHV GIVEN that the 6th day of December, 1943. than the Slate of Florida. that the
publisher of the Florida Baptist I tthonre North 7J degrees 28' Salt. i Pursuant to Section nIl( ). Chapter ,.,.II'rnr' ,'. i1< mli'lle and address of the
'administrator snaps a finger at you 4275 feet : thence North 0 degrees 11 .'miss; Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941 I Dated this 22 day of October, 1913. stud defendant Is unknown that them
Witness, who told how the Great I r I West 1313. 0 feet to the point of beginning mil Section 117. Chapter 14717 laws of ROY R. RAULERSON 'in no person In the State of Florida
and yells, "Jump through the hoop"or I I containing 13.41 acres. moreor oaa (if Flgrlclu' Acts of I'm.'! ssiiinonilcil the service of a subpoena upon whom
White Father had reached the strong "roll over and play dead" about I lens. All In Section 4. Township 33 h'IIprtlon' 11. Chapter (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of w oa'd bind, the said defendant, that
arm of bureaucracy Into his little I i I I Smith. Range 33 Bast '-imw' Invm of Florida. Acts of 1941 Florida the soul' defendant Is over the age ot
i I I all left for you to do I Is jump and You are and each of you Is ordered the following\ described land In Okee- Okeechobee County, 21 ears;
shop to defend the rights and privileges and required to appear on the 6th day "'h.,hev County, Florida to.wit: if IS TMFTtFFORE ORDERED that
I 1 loll and like It. I II I r>f December A. h 1941 at the Court 111 l\Iorka'l to 11 In" less lots Bin the defendant Clarence I?. Fox ap-
of a negro janitor. House In Okeechohee County Florida, NOriCb say AIM'LiCATIOV FOR
I and 11 Blk. 11. Qrinadn Terrace on the nth day of December
In the of I fear
It seems that this colored boy, in !I f Such Is Democracy year and answer this summons or decree c I' of S", of SN'% of 8WH!! and TAX DEED 'Ml; lu'fofo tI.h styled court to
'Tour: Lord 1943 and we are preparing:'' pro ronfemo will be adjudged agtlnst' \\v of nwv4 of 11\\" .;, Sw u Twp the Pill nf Complaint tiled herein
spite of his employment by a religious 'I ton X17 llnnice laws of 133 Minnii<"lnc n Rill fur Divorce sod the
had to prrsp an unsuspecting world bv i WITNESS the honorable A O. tao S in ft. of lots .1 and 11. all (II and< nkemtiohe News Is hereby d.sl nst-
publication, slipped nero as Judge of the Circuit Court In Notice Is hereby given that DeweyJ.
: croft the neck and ram It 1. Ph.ck 0. South Okeechobee nil as a newspaper In which this order
the
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from the straight and narrow to the I and for said County, and the seal of nlll ln afford for sale nt public\ outm Harris holder of Tax CertificateNo. shall he pnli'luheil, once a week for
I 1 down its throat In the name of the the Court In the City of Okeechobee, for the hlgheitt, and best cash bid fon' (4) conscntlve weeks.
extent of forgetting his marriagevows Okeechobee i County, FlorIda. this the uihlprt to the right of the Board of 1674, issued the 7th day of July \Vlt"e rnv hand and seal of said
I "Four Freedoms 4th dny of Noyember. A. D. 1943 : ,I'nmmlkslnncrs of Everglades DralnagoIilKtrli.t Court this let lot November. 1943!
and began stepping out witha (SEAL) ROY R. RAULERSON. to reject anv and all bids, at A. D. 1911 has filed same In my nt Olieochnhee< State and County afore-
high yeller gal I --VI Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Courtb.uar, beginning at 10.00I office; has rade application for a soil
Okeechobee County: Florida. I h i k n. m on the 21nl: day of De- SEAL! ) ROT R. RAfLaRSOV.
His wife suspicious of his absence ---- SHERIFF'S" !Member< 1(141( : r.nnement for dralnairn Tax Deed to be issued thereon Said Clerk of the Circuit Court
NOTICE: OF '' SALE d rwlnmatlon and rood Okeechohee County, Florida
from hone each night, demanded 1 II" purposes
Certificate the
embraces following
TO AtT WHOM IT MAY CONCERN* will! hi reNened. By "onhronle Pease. D. C.
to know "How come and why I WUatlftu Buy 'W tilt.VAn TAKE NOTICE that under and by BOARD OF COMMISSIONED:' ': described property In the County of C'RLTOA ETLISF
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virtue of an execution issued out of nr.. F1'RItOtADES' D1UINAt.E it Pierre Florida
for? -Being more or less steepedin I I the Circuit Court of the Twenty-First 1>1! TKICT. Okeechobee. State of Florida to- ,' turn for Complainant

sin as It was, the wayward bus. \ BONDSI .--.-. .

band explained that he had to work I
I \Jj [urJJIJJ WA lIJglf.JJfJ1JJNJJJJJJJJ1J.7lP
nights To make It sound realistic, '. of the Atlantic '

he went Into details as to how he

had to itay until everyone else got A linking smokestack a great air

through and then clean up the I bubble an empty lifeboat aU that

place and get everything ready for Is visible of a torpedoed tanker all

morning I that is evident of the hard work the tai frends i !

savings we put Into War Bonds to
Satisfied the wife made no more
build this 'tinker to load it with
inquiries until the end of the week. 50,000 gallons of high octane gas

Then she captured the well known
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pay envelope, expecting to find it -- ::-:

bulging with "overtime" When -":-,;"; / ; ::'
pay. '
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It had been she starts pollshln her _. ... .- .-.

rollln' pin and, backln' friend husband .--. y .. -w.t.tee. _
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Into a corner again Inquires ,.r' --" .

"How como and why for?' .- ..; : 4 ..

Having been given to understandthat -
Our money Is still safe but the I
"White Folks even preachers tanker Is lost forever. Another and
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were not to be trusted especially If another and another must be built I We're' .

they carried the title of "employer," to take its place % going'

she decides that her noble helpmatehas The men who sail the seas are

been "gypped" so she files a giving their lives to win the Battleof H
the Atlantic. We asked onlyto a I
are .
complaint with the Wage and Hour I I
lend our money. a II I
Division
U. S. Tnanrj: Deportment T I

In no time at all a Federal representative 't ti. 1r I

of the "abused and under.privileged" .

I lion the Job. The poor Legal Advertisements away ; I

husband Is so far behind the eight.
I .. gi
ball by this time that he can't see 1r. ; '
IV TUB COCNTV n-OOE'S COIRT: .
any way out, so he tells the man IN AND IOK OKfcFC'IIOBKB t>- I
COIM, FLOHIUV PKOB1TE.
how he has been working every .

night. Naturally he being an employee In re:
ESTATE OF KATIILEESDeYARMAN k
his word and that of his Deceased for the

wife is all the evidence needed and Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned

they make a swell case. on the 2nd day of December .
A. D. 1943, tiled a final accounting
Inspectors inquisitors and otherbusybodles of bis administration of the Estate
of Kathleen DeYarinau deceased and
all the
swarm over plantof .
not Ire Is further given that after publication
the Florida Baptist Witness of this notice once each week
for four consecutive weeks, application
They Interview employees audit the will be made to the Honorable T. W. '.
books end examine everything from Conely, Jr., County Judge of Okee duration !
r
chobee County, Florida for the approval
the hell-box to the company safe. of said accounting and for final
dlHcharga of the undersigned as Administrator
Despite the denials of guilt on the cum testaniento annexe of

part of the publisher of the paper, sold l estate
(Signed) WILLIAM. IBACH,
who had been going around In a As Administrator cum toMamento

tat for days trying to figure out annexo DeYarman of,the deceased.Estate of Kathleen

what It w.s all about, when the I ,. v
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB .J ,,)....:...J .
case was added up, the evidence i I TAX DEEDLaws ..

against the company still stood The ,
of 11113 ,

colored "gentleman" was entitled to"overtime" I UnulerBon Notice Is, holder hereby of given Tax that Certificates C. F. The Atlantic Company has, for over a year, well understand that, with a great sales

for Ms night work. Of Nos 37 40, 43 and 44, issued the 3rd

tours, the company could get a day my of office July ;A.has D.made 1939. application has filed sameIn for '. overcome extreme difficulties of transportation lead in this territory, it is a sad day for

lawyer and go to court, but that a Tax Deed to be Issued thereon. Said
Certificates embrace the following described and rationing in order to continue us when we have to give it up. We realize
would be foolish for It was only a property In the County of

small amount Involved and tilt Okeechobee Lot 2.1. Sec.State 10. Twp.of Florida 35, Rge to-wit!. 84. : serving you with Atlantic Ale and Beer. that it is a sad day for you too, in losing

easiest way out was to limply payit Lots 25 20 and Wft of lot 27. See.

and forget the whole business.The 18.Lot Twp 30 38.Sec Rg-e.24. Twp.84 39. Rue. 84 Now, through circumstances beyond our the pleasure of your favorite beverages

publisher having no legal Lots 10 and 11. Sec :27 Twp. 35,
of Tires Gasoline -Atlantic Ale and
HUB. 34.The control-the shortage Beer. Wartime Con-
staff of his own, asked a lawyer assessment of said property un- I

Trucks and Containers -we are forced to ditions and circumstances beyond your I


stop. Our investment in time, effort distribution control and ours are responsible. We leave
I BONDS OVER AAfEICt I

merchandising and advertising is you with regret-we hope to return and


lost to us for the present at least. You can soon. Please remember us.
: On the shores of the Keystone Home !
I Delaware stands the

i oldest residence in .
Pennsylvania the

Caleb Pussy House,

built it Upland in 1683 I'. .
of field stone and mortar .. "' :h.. ATLANTIC
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