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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 29 Number 27 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 24, 1943 Price Five Cents

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News Of Our BoysIn Polk Issues County 12-Page Assessor BrochureTo Large Number of New Device Smoke-Screen Opens WaysTo Rep. W. J. Hendry


Various CampsAt Aid Tax ProblemsBartow SPARS EnlistedIn Oil-Conservation Announces This '


Dec. 22-Rendering service Tampa, Dec. 22- -Metal smudge f

Home & Abroad to his people beyond the call of Coast GuardsThe i pots of the familiar typo In shielding Week Reelection I IOn

I Florida citrus crops from chance
duty Polk county's tax assessor I
I of killing frosts have been combined
Somewhere In New Guinea John B. White, recently issued a U. S. Coast Guard SPAR enlistment I with peacetime paint can to another pare of the Okeecho-

Cpi Jack Paige, 23, son of Mr. 12-page brochure entitled "Facts the quota for January In the provide the Navy with an Ingenious bee News today will be found the

and Mrs S. C. Paige Okeechobee Taxpayer Should Know" In clear I Seventh naval district has been substantially ,, I new smoke-screen device that opens announcement of Representative W.
Fla? has been promoted to sergeant Lt. J. (Bill) Hendry In which ha makes
Increased according to .
tha
understandable language this little ways to vital fuel oil conservation
and is now in charge of the trucks the
I
announcement that he
will
H. Wessel Miami district again
(jg) A. as well Increased
as protection
*f a Sixth Army unit In the Southwest booklet explains tax laws, methods I I s ; be a candidate to succeed
himself
I recruiting officer, indicating that it itk I for convoys and battle forces ai
Pacific. of assessment, exemptions and acquaints .. more SPARS were enlisted during Known as a "smoky float," the Representative in the Florida Legls-

Interviewed In his camp on a the taxpayer with how his December and still more are wantedfor flew defensive weapon is a sturdy, lature for Okeechobee County. Mr.

densely covered Island Paige said tax dollar is distributed In additionto 1 January I chemically-activated unit designed Hendry has aerved this county as Hi

he found "the bugs and Insects state and information itl I Representative in Tallahassee
county "We have been enlisting a fine to supplant Blower and costlier for
mighty bad< ," I contains table showing tax rates'in the past four having served
a type of young woman, Weasel said, methods requiring the burning of years,
"We're fixing to part the men each in In the 1941 and 1943 sessions
community the county i _
i "The quality of recruits Is entirely large quantities of fuel In the boil.
from the boys," he said "and I
The distribution of this .
interesting atisfactory, but we must Increase of naval
ers craft, according to R. In the 1943 session
reckon I'll be the men.' '' Mr. Hendry
among
and helpful information should "
go ) ie quantity. C. Taylor, vice president of the held
His brother, Bobby 17 just a number of Important com
'far In cementing relationship be.
graduated from Okeechobee High tween Polk county taxpayers and Young women between the ages ,Rep. W, J. (Bill) Hendry American Can Company Company mittee assignments including the
it in collaboration
engineers perfected
School their assessor.Wealthy. of 20 and 30, having two years _of chairmanship of the important Committee -

I V I I high school or the equivalent, who with Navy Ordnance experts, on Conservation He was also '.
he said and devised methods of
Truck Owners Must war- vice-chairman
of the Committee
are American citizens, and physically on
Dear Bryant: I Areas of i fit are eligible for SPAR enlistment Apply In Person To scale production Finance and Taxation.
How are things back hornet Sure VPreferential
,
I I Get Next Gasoline During the 1941 cession of the I
would like to be back there now. i
State Should Aid
I of the enlist. Legislature Mr. Hendry was
I read In the News where there I Many young women ap
is quite a fvr of the fellows here In ed this month are college graduates Truck owners must apply In person I pointed to serve on a committee

England. Could you find out what Less Fortunate''' and will have opportunities to qualify to local Ration Board office for Primary PlansTo I I from this state to work out a reciprocal -
next allotment of gasoline Bring trade agreement with the
utfit they are In so I could get in for officer training after they
touch with them i have completed their indoctrinationat Certificate of War Necessity.! Beginning Be Discussed atate of Georgia and was reappoint. _.

I enjoy the News more than ever Miami, Dec. 22-Warning that Palm Beach Monday, December 27, you ed dulrng the 1943 session. The

over here. It gives me a chance to war Industry prosperity Is only nay bring your Certificate of War principal aim of this committee was

see what the folks are doing at I temporary, Senator Enest R, Graham''i For detailed information applicants !I Necessity with you to the Local Ration Chairman T. W. Conely, jr., of I to make better trade relation be.

home. told Young Democrats here last may call Coast Guard recruit.I Board office and make application the State Democratic Executive tween the two states which would

week that Florida resort Ing stations located at duPont for truck gasoline for Jan. I benefit the farmers fishermen and
areas ,
Please change my address to Pvt. I Committee said this week "it is very
Ted Prescott 34204119. 201st Military should plan now to share poat-war Building 90 NE 2nd Ave., Miami; uary, February and March Application probable that the question of holding other commercial businesses of the
Metcalf Bldg., 102 S, Orange Ave., must be made before January I.
Police, Co. APO 307 care Post business with the smaller countiesof I a preferential primary" to let two states One of the most Im
the state that the of Orlando; Mass Bldg., 205 Zack St.,116. reached
master, New York, N, Y. so properity voters express their choices for a portant agreements by
If my subscription for the !I all Florida will be assured after the Tampa; or they may write to En. V Democratic presidential candidatewill these two committees was the Oil
I
I war i! sign Dorothy Whitley at the Miami LOST-Small Reddish Brown Pica- wherein fish from Lake Okeechote
:New Is newly up let me know so be discussed at the committee
I can renew It. I "No prosperity based on another' office. nese dog Collar has Ft. Benning meeting In Jacksonville Jan 17. and Kissimmee River could be shipped I .

I would like to let you know misery and suffering is solid" the V on It. Finder return to Hiram Raul. Main purposes of the session will\ into the state of Georgia duriag I

where I am In England but that is Senator said "Nationally we talk of Advertise in The News.on erson and receive reward. be to make a formal call for the the entire year Instead of having

impossible.Tell I the good-neighbor policy but good Democratic primary elections next several months closed season in

all the folks hello! Will neighborliness, like charity, should May, set party fee which candidates Georgia when our fish could not be

close for now. begin at home," he said 'must pay and determine the shipped to that state

He stressed the point that one of selecting delegate to the
Best regards, manner In view of the experiences and
Ted. section cannot be truly prosperous Too Late to Classify I national convention acquaintances he has made during
unless all other sections of the state
The 1943 legislature enacted a law the two terms he has served In the
and contended thatat
are prosperous
authorizing the State Democratic Legislature Mr.: Hendry will be U
Laredo, Texas, Dec 17-Special to I times when one area, because of By Russell Kay' ,-
('I1r". "oll-t' .New.-5t. U tt.Lott 14 pertainattraction*. ,.cr, ,adxuntajn.enjoys I ,.t I e 1. s Executive committee- to provide* names'of a better position' to serve: his county ,-
ballot'
the party for
-- --- place on In the"1945 session than h* has 1m
of Class 4S-BO 12.11.43 has success abundant prosperity and )I- presidential candidates "to determine the past.

fully completed the Flexible Aerial I other less favored sections are hard I We find ourselves approaching another their spheres through which ,the the view of the electors of .

Gunnery Course at the Army Air pressed financially, the wealthy, 1 Yuletide with the world stag good or evil influence YOU release the state regarding the election ofa Before becoming RepresentativeMr.

Forces Flexible Gunnery School,\ prosperous area should share its Ini terlng under a burden of pain, misery may be spread and expanded. president of the United States." Hendry served two terms al' 1

Laredo Army; Air Field, Laredo, I come in an effort to help bring'about 'e and suffering; nation pitted If In your heart there exists a Rules and regulations under Mayor of the city of Okeechobe

Texas Upon graduation, In addition a prosperous condition thru against I nation; death and destruction sincere desire to have lived for a which candidates may get their I and has been active In the business,

to other ratings, he received his : out the state It mankind' immediate "order of worthy purpose, a genuine longing names on the primary ballot wouldbe fraternal and civic affair of the

Aerial Gunners Wings He I* now i I The Senator vlsloned an unprecedented I :I business"; and the "Four Horse to help make this world a better made by the executive commit town and county for many years.

eligible to assume a position as a tourist business after the 1 men" galloping at breakneck speed place in which to live, it Is within tee. V
'
member of an Army Air Forces war and termed Florida the nation's ,over the face of the earth. your power to make a substantial Margaret Mitchell Asks
Heretofore state law has had no
Combat crew and Is fully qualified\ drydock where millions will seek : It Isn't a pleasing picture and it contribution toward that goal.
I specific provision for a presidential Housewives to Shorten
to aid materially In the Gunnery rest and body reconditioning after i makes the observance of another You need set up no Fellowship or
preferential primary but such votes War With Shortening
Training Program. the war. Wealthy tourist areas, he i Christmas almost a mockery. A Foundation, nor must you endow a
I have been taken In the past by unofficial
I pointed out, will become great markets i Christian world, professing allegiance cathedral or institution. All you -

for all manner of goods and i to the Humble Man of Galilee, need do is make the most of each : request of the executive Atlanta, Ga, Dec. 22-Margaret
Fort Riley, Kansas committee. The last time was In who wowed the nation lot
foodstuffs that can be supplied by I has wrapped Itself In a cloak of day as It la given unto you. Guards: Mitchell,
Dear BryantHere I I 1936, when Franklin D. Roosevelt with book about a gal
the state's great agricultural leei i creeds and dogma, paying lip service your mind your tongue and your: long ago a
It Is another Christmas already I received 242,906 votes to 27,982 for named Scarlet and a fellow named
done and manufacturing areas. : to the sample teachings of its hand to the end that they will reject -
and I would like to take this Joseph A. Countremarsh. in at
support
Thus, the tourist dollar can be' Christ but failing utterly in its practice the falae and evil and cling to Rhett, came through
way again to wish you and all my' made to bring prosperity to all the of those teachings.Human the good and true. Become a missionary "It Is very probable that the the war program this week wits a
friends In 'Chobee as merry Christ. question of holding a preferential spanking new alegan for the ta
state I hearts, steeped in selfishness of faith and hop as you
use, and as happy a new year, asf I lie contended that 60,000 additional {i harbor pride and prejudice, go about your everyday te.LI. As primary will\ be presented" at the lon's salvage program.In .
these unsettled times will permit. i|' said addressed to hoisa-
facksonvllle meeting, Conely a message
workers could be employed hate and Intolerance, personal ambition you look Into your morning minor
Yes, It has been a full year ad would "but I have not heard any com wives, Ulss Mitchell, who In private
on Florida soil, who in turn greed and avarice until study the reflection you find taere.
fer me it has been a very IlIterllt- : 100,000,1 therefore I am not In a po life I I. Mrs John Harsh, of Atlanta
I provide work for another | there Is no room for the love and If you see a frown wipe it off as menta, ,
tag one. Quite a few things have | directly or Indirectly.! This, with understanding that must take full you do the excess lipstick and replace sition to know just what the committee urged "Use your shortening U

happened that III long remember j 1 state work now In sight, will solve possession before lasting peace and It with a smile; remove that will do. help shorten the war! "

A few week ago Harrisoa Lee the problem of caring for returningwar | true happiness can be attained.In grouch along with your whiskers V Here I* the message the anther
spent tile weekend with me and we FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK Wind hrslf a
GEMS of "Gone With the ,
the and of and
veterans pain anguish our go forth to meet your fellowmen
spent hours Just talking over CHRISTMAS other housewives .
many sends
TClIl'RCIlES suffering we Ignore the guilt that with a spirit of cheer and good housewife, to
eld times at home and the things'
salute the happy
| OF CHRIST, II I ours and seek to place the blame will. Christmas awake, :
w* had each don when on furlough. la used fats and
mornWhereon "Turning our
| SCIENTIST: others. Nation. curse nation., During each day look for opportunities
Harrson Is stationed In Salina, ] of the world
Saviour really Import.
the to
began seem
i "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" Is the men condemn men, groups denounce to serve others rather than grease
Kens, which II only BO miles from heard it was
1 subject of the Lesson'Sermon which group., and all implore the same yourself. Adjust your sense of was born ant to me when I first
Fort Riley It's sweet having someone John Byrom sulfa drug,
i will, be read In Churches of Christ, God to hurl down His wrath upon values and don't let little unimportant being used In making
from horn to visit with. I|' child Is born untous for high ax-
For unto us a well glycerine
I as
Scientist, throughout the world on the other, while all are creatures of things destroy your peace of as
The lit of January will be six ,,, and the want our soldiers
Is given govern. Of we
a son ; course
Sunday, December 26 His creation. mind; see If you can't be just a bit plosives.
months since I've been home so I I The Golden Text Is! "The earth It Is written "As ye sow, so shall more thoughtful, a trifle more con ment shall be upon his shoulder; to have ammunition to fight
h b* showing up In Okee I be called Won strongly we
expect shall
and his name with but even more
shall be full of the knowledge of ye reap," and down through the age. siderate a little more kind. Work ,
chobee almost any time. It will be the Lord, as the waters cover the men of every land and every creedof i at It sincerely and you will be amazed derful, Counsellor, The mighty God, want to be certain that they will
good to sea all my friends again. I I The Princeof that can
I The everlasting Father, be denied the drug
sea" (Isaiah 11.9). every race and color while seek how It pay. dividends In mental, not
only wish all the boys who areaway I Among the citation which comprise ing the same goals of peace and physical and spiritual improvement Peace.-Isaiah 9:6.: save their live*.

could be getting home about 'i the Lesson-Sermon Is the folI happiness, have sown the seeds of for you are- sowing seeds that yield i ia And ao the Word had breath and "If American women could go onto

the lime time When we all do get I'I lowing from the Bible! "And I will selfishness that mature the crop of harvest of peace health and happiness wrought the battlefields with a magic pow.der .
together, we will really have plentyto hands the creed of back to
With human that brought dying men
I give power unto my two witnesses, death and destruction and In giving the best of

talk about and they shall prophesy a thousand Out of this holocaust of chaos can yourself to other you'll find your creedsIn life nothing could hold them back.

Well Bryant I'll close this now two hundred and threescore days, I com a world of peace and harmony own blessings multiplied many timesover loveliness of perfect deeds They can't do that of course, but
and hope to hear that everyone enjoyed More strong than all poetic thought help provide that magic
clothed In sackcloth. These are the'two if men but will It ao and unite their they can

the holidays.As olive trees, and the two candlesticks efforts toward Its attainment. The If the world with all Its frantic Tennyson powder simply by saving their used

Ever, standing before the God of forces of good are more powerful post.war planning would stop long An era Is human history Is the life kitchen fat and grease. By turning

Teddy Greenberger. the earth" (Rev. 11:3: 4)). ||| than the forces of evil and If employed enough to look ever the blueprintsleft of Jesus, and its Immense influencefor Ing It In Instead of pouring It out
Troop I 29th Car good leaves all the perversionand skillet Into the garbage can,
The Lesson-Sermon also Includesthe by mankind will solve his u* two thousand years ago, It of the

Fort Riley Kan.. 108508. following passage from the every problem and meet his every would find we have possessed all superstition that has accrued they are providing some of the Important .

V Christian Science textbook "Scienceand need. the plan for the building of the almost harmless-Emerson, Ingredient of the life-**" I

A weil-managed horn requires I Health with Key to the Scrip YOU, whoever you are, whereveryou kind of a world w* want, for a longtime In darkness there I* no choice It ing sulfa drugs. They are helping to

wise use of time, saving no waste lures" by Mary Baker Eddy "Divine'' are, have a very definite part I but simply haven't ever used Is light that enables us to see the make the magic powder."Let's '.

of equipment and Science derIves Its sanction from to play In the making of this new them. differences between things; and It really pitch In and save

well-planned anywhere care dally, weekly and seasonal the Bible, and the divine origin of world. Tha thoughts you think, the I In your hand and In those of Is Christ that gives as light-J. C. our grease, turn It In at the neighborhood .

schedules to save time, say* Science la demonstrated through the words you utter, th* things you do, your fellow men who Inhabit the and A. W. Hare store and start It on Its
of Truth mold of tomorrow lie. all the The basis of Christmas Is the to the battlefront. Use your
Moore, horn lm. holy Influence in. healing all help to shape the earth, power necessary way
Virginia "
Miss II I rock Christ Jesus Its fruits are In. to help shorten the war!
agent with the State Agricultural sickness and sin This healing powerof to Insure for all time "Peace on ; shortening -
provement Extension Service. Truth must have\ been far anterior Your share of. Influence may be Earth, Good Will Toward Men.* W* splration and'aplrltual' understandIng V '

V to the period In which Jesus small or It ma yb. large, but withIn already have It, In our heart, but' of joy and rejoicing,- t'be-' damental and demonstrable truth,

lived It Is a. ancient as 'the Ancient It you area all powerful and the I 1 we will never know It. ourselves until '' causa of tradition, usage, or eorpo. because'of the heaven within u*.-

News printing satisfies. of days' (p. 146:23-29): ). Individual you reach. In turn have wa unselfishly give I ._It to others. real pleasures, but because of fun. Mary Baker Eddy. ,'y yY 1

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THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24. INS
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Cnnely, Jr., County Judge of Okeerhohee the following described land In Okeelioliee -
proval of lAid accounting and for finalillwtmree All Illorka 1 to 11 Ib" less lot. 9. BONDS OVER AMERICA
C\1:1 of tho undersigned aa Ad. 10 and 11, 111k. 11, Granada Terrace J
iiilnlxtrator cum citaincDto anneio of VD of SW of KWi', of SWI,: and
Published Every iriday aulj estate. MV (Signed) WILLIAM D. IDACTT. 17 I LAND
ItHtige 39a
Okeechobee News Oo, ot Okeechobee Aa Administrator NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN! that,
rum tpatamentonnneio 10 of
II. lot. n and 11. Leu
all 6 and than
Okeechobee County, Florida. of the Estate of Kathleen U. lllnck 9, South (Uecrhnheewill I Piiriuaut to Section 15 (I q, Charter 100 people Santa Claus' Post Office
DeYarman, deceased he offered' fur attic I 2005. I.awa nf Florida, Arts of 1941. live In Santa Claus, In.
at nut-
public |
f and Section' 67. Chapter 14717. Laws diana but
BRYANT BOWDEN ............ Editor!: NOTICE OF APPMC4TION FOR cry uliji'pl for to the the lilghe' right and nf beat the Board cash hid of, of Flnrldn, Acta nf 1031. .a amended postmaster each tends year out the
hv Section 11, Chapter 20058 I.awa of
TAX PEED
CominlHeloiiera nf Kvergliulna; Drnlnage Flnrldn, Acts nf 1D41, the following more than half a mil.
Entered as second class matter Laws ot 1935 the HlHtrlit Courthounn to reject., any and all bide. at described land In Okeecbobee County, lion Christmas cards aw t1
July 1. 1914 at the Poet In Notice la beginning nt 10'0\) Florida, to-wlt: and +G l ;
Office ; hereby given I that C. T. n'llmk H, m on the :23rd day nf neerember packages. Nearby uw dAny4Mw
Raalernon; I Lot A Illk 0 lineal Oaks Addition +
Okeechobee Florida under Nua S7. 40 holder 43 and of....Tax lamed Certificates the Srd reclamation. 1041, Knui-ment: for drainageand I.nts fl and 7, Blk B, Wright and is a granite statue of
Act of March 8, 1879. the//I dray nf July A. D, 19.10, haa filed earn nil] lie reserved, and road purpoaea Van Subdivision. Santa Claus, dedicatedto
in mv office : made application for KOMIH All Blocks 20. 21, 24 25 and 28, except children the world.
OK
a Tax: Deed toht luaued thereon. Said I OK FVF.KOFADFS: COMMISSIONERS' I lot* 5 and d, Blk. 21 Klveralde,
: DRAINAGE 1'nrlf .
Reading notices In local columns, I I Certificates embrace the following des IH TIlC'r. i Addition.W"4
.
J l *<'rlhed property: In the County of Dv Itov H, Tlnnlerann of NWH of NE% Sec, 20, Twp.
10 cents A line. Rates for display I Okeechobee. State of .Florida to-wit: Clerk nf the 37. Kite. 33
Lot 23, lire 10. Twp as: Jigf. 84. I Circuit Cnnrt. I I Will he offered for sale at public outcry -
advertising furnished on applka1tlon. I I I nf Okeechohee ('nnnt,. Fin t fur the highest and beat each bid.subjer .
Lots 23 26 and W% of lot 27 Sec. (!Seal 1 Ida, aa for the Board .
Classified advertising, 2 cents j I10. Twp m Hge 84 Ity Rnphrcnla! Penae agent, Deputy Clerk I t to the right of the Board of
Lot 30, 24. i j i (onimlMlimtrs of Everglades Drainagenitrlrt
See Iwp. 81 Itge. 84 '
each
word per Insertion. AH Items | I.ot 10 and 11. Sec 27 Twp. 35, to reject any and all bid*. at
"" I the Courthnuae. beginning 10 00
at
regarding enterprises conducted for Dee 31.Thp lWTifE
amcittnent of anld or *.rrLirATiow rest o'clock A. ;M on the 20th day of January
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng I der sold Pertlflrnte lamed property was In un the TAPEFn II : 1044 Easement for drainage and In the Nazi slave countries
rates mime of Mra I' Oeothe. George Tor- taws *r issi rerlntnntlon and road purpose will be of Poland Greece,
Icy Clinrli's S. Un lie, and Thomas H. :Notice, la herctiT given that W. D, renerved.HOAUD Jugoslavia little .
Coker children
Ilcll. holder fit Tax Certificate NO'1 OF COMMISSIONED ,
1'nles..nld<1 Certificates ihall be 14 l"mied the' 61 lh tiny of August A. OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. starve to death, the
I II deemed according to law, des re. I). HMO hns filed same In mv office'hna ; AGE' DISTRICT Keep OnBacking older and stronger onesmo',7
Legal Advertisements acrllied: therein nhall he yse'o' the rondo apiillmtliui for. Tax Deed{ Bv ROY n. RAULERSON are sold Into
.to he Issued thereon Said Certificate Clerk of the Circuit Court the Attack
hlgheat bidder at the Courthouse evbutt
door I iftiilirnces w here they can ll
on the first Menlo In the month of the following desrrlhed proprrlv nf Okeechobee County, Flor- !
nut' COUNTY jcnon1 cornt January, 1944, which la the Srd day of .Stnte In the County of Okeechubee, Ida aa agent for said I With War Bonds : Hd yean at the '
of Florida,
to-wlt : Board
IN AND FOR OKKFCIIOBEBCOCNY : .THIitlapv. 1fll4I I II
FLO It 11) V, IX I'KOBATE I I I 1143[Dated thli '30th day of November I SF.lR.e NKVi:. of, W!Si.:I.nd Tnn. 91 NH. .ova of. SEA ft.t. of I Fly Snphronla r aie. Deputy Clerk
The anaeiiaineiit. nf sold : --'-- I
In rat (Seal) nor R. HAULBRSON. property un
ESTATE OF KATIir.KK.X Clerk Circuit Court of der pall Ccrtlfknto issued was In the ...... I.
name of t'nknnwn. -- --- .
DeYARSIAN, Deceased Okeechabee County---, Florida.JNOTKr. -. I'nloa pall Certificate shall be ..e.flr.blPII. ,,<:.,' OO'i:--:..:-:..:-:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>-:..:..:..:..:..:--:..>-:..:..:..
according to law '
property
Notice li hereby given that the un OF I 1\Tr:' TlO TOJ HELL ileiicrlbed therein ahall tie anld to the '
dersigned. on the 2nd dfiv of Deeera- I I I AND highest hlcMor nt the Courthouse _
her A. D 1943. filed a flnsl account-I I NOTCH: Iii TIKHKHY GIVEN that. door on the first Monday In the I p WAR BONOSMoney SEED CANE FOR SALE
fug of his administration of the Estate !I Piirmiiiiit tu Section 11 (It). Chapter month of Jnminrv.. 1044. nhlcb /la the .'.
nf Kathleen DeYarman deceased and '.'i>ir."t, Lnw of rinrlila< Acts nf 1941{ Srd dry of January, 1944 ,2.
notice Is further given that utter pah- t and 1 Section
1Mb
I Chapter 14717. law otl.nus tiny of :November < ..
Motion of this notice once each week ( / uf riiirliU Acta of mil. aanniMiili 1041 ," : 30,000 seed cane for sale at $3.00 per 100 in lots j
for four consecutive weeks, application 'il li\ !Section 11. Chapter (Seal) KOY R. KAUI.ERSON; ',' :
will be made to the Honorable T, VT. :lilt;,. (I.nw. of Florida, Acta of 1041 Clerk Okeechubee Circuit County Court, Florida.nf :v: less than 1000, larger lots $2.50 per 100. Average -
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,o'r.orallon. et ala Defendants, the
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Chancery to execute aald decree will
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Okeecbobee County: Florida.
sell to the highest and best bidder fer

cash the. In following Okeechabea described Cennty propertysituated L ,'i,, ataaTa q %
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Lot alx (ft t{) of Black Twelve spent for War Bonds goes
ef Southwest Adiltloa t* Okeerkekee, to the frent. Sometimes It provides
Florida, accordlat to plat ef Slid Aft
dltlen recorded Is the office ef tka I I, spectacular equipment like planes,
Clerk f the Circuit Curt of Okeecke- oft times H buys a runty donkey
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I' for the Holidays I Happy mothers and .

ALL TIMES! :.'. 1'3t 'r their sons, wives and their husbands reunited

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ABERDEEN I 'IlF'o ; 1 Thousands of men and women in uniform I II i '

ANGUS I 'r- will be homeward bound during the holidays: ;
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ALSO HAVE SOME i i;.:/ to go. Extra cars and locomotives, formerly avail. ,, .,.

t 0 .I ( able, must continue to move troops and traffic ::. .

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REGISTRATION r way will be working night end day to i, i ; ;

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Ask Removal of I ceilings their crop-It Is return a proposition, but with of all rigid to I WPB Aide Appeals1For 1 WOMEN'S GROUPS I 1 Dean ment Inge.Goodnsts without. self-expenditure POLITICAL

lose and little to gain If they win PUT STRESS ON FOOD I I

We know the nation must have food Gains'In IN THEIR '44 PLANS and benevolence never
Ceiling :Prices On and, weather permitting. we will Marked tire They maintain themselvet and ; ANNOUNCEMENT

i It." Fla.-The State Coun other. never stop from exhaustion .
grow Tallahassee,
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Fla. VegetablesOrlando V Timber Output cil of Senior Home Demonstration -Mary Eddy. I

The citrus canning season Is on Work Is urging farm families thru Everywhere you endeavor to be I FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN TUB

\ and fruit hangs ripe on the trees out the state to Increase the production useful, everywhere you will be at LEGISLATURE
Dee, 22-Florida Vegetable but many canning plants are findingIt War not merely calls for but demands I and conservation of food, Inline I I I I horn.-Goethe. I I wish to announce that I am a

Committee, through their of. 1 difficult to begin operations due steadily-increasing production with their past work and with Lend a hand! Do not think that because candidate for re-election as Representative
fleet here, have taken up by wire to lack of workers.In of forest products K. W. Hunter .1 the national "food fights for free. :I yours Is small, I In the Florida Legislator

with the Florida Congressional dele- |, the Tampa area canning plant War Production Board lumber dom" effort, says Mist Mary E. I Or because from its fingers no for Okeechobee County In the coming

gallon the situation created by cur officials report they are only 40 advisor, declared this week In urg'l Keown, state home demonstrationagent. riches may fall, I primary election. Your continued

rent freezing weather and have re percent staffed and more workers ing timber operators and I It was meant you should render no support will be appreciated

quested thm to confer with Administrator must be found If they are to meet men to "throw every resource Into succor at all. -J. Walcott W. J. (BILL) HENDBYi
Fred M. Viruon and the th'e demand for canned and processed 'the production fight." I Volunteer leaders for agriculturalwar I .
Office work assisting county and home '-'--'-'- -
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Administration, ask citrus demanded by the government "We are falling asserted
ing the removal of ceiling prices on for use of the arme services "of meeting actual military demonstration agents In the. communities I:i R AR.xIA K K JCSX, I 8 m 8WK: MW8 UHW8 JCRHJOnTKUjJ.' *k! ffflrVWDOWSrWHUWWE ( :

Florida cabbage, at least temporarily at home and abroad. and essential civilian lumber requirements also are lending encouragement -I

until the Industry has an opportunity The greatest need It for sectloniz- for this year, and the na and assistance, Miss Keown ,,..
to gather Itself following the ere. These are the women who sepa tion's etock-pile Is growing dangerously reports She says that 260 volun I
present flurry of winter temperatures small. It Is Imperative that teer leaders will give demonstrations .
rate the juicy segments from the i !
peeled grapefruit every available facility be enlisted on foods. EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES

They also asked the delegation to ed women In citrus areas who could In the battle for greater production Council recommendations on food I 11ft,
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Insist that no ceilings be placed onI There are hundreds of unemploy- of forest products, and It must be production for 1943-1944 Include the ''Ie,

winter vegetables until growers perform this essential war work done at once." following points: I :
have had a chance to losses Tc achieve this end, and to seek
recoup either part or full time and both Increase production of food at
7 occasioned by the freezing weather government and canning company resumption of operation by hundreds home throughout the year. Use Idle 1u' TO ALL

"These flurries of cold should officials appeal to housewives and of small sawmills now shutdown lands for gardens or crop. Com 1 1I

Washington officialdom the Impracticability others to "lend a hand" In this the lumber advisor urg"d ex munity gardens are recommendedwhere
I of rigid price ceilings on emergency. perienced timber operators and saw advisable It '

crops dependent entirely on weather Millions of fighting men overseas mill men to make full use of the Grow more gardens and have FOR
," said John Ford secretary of the are depending on the folks back joint WPB-U. S. Forest Service Timber fresh garden products available more I

Vegetable group and of the Florida home to keep them supplied with Production War Project. The months of the year.
Farm Bureau "Vegetable men In foodstuffs and health authorities TPWP program 'is set up, ho explained Plant more fruit trees of varieties
Florida are willing to gamble on have listed citrus fruit and juice alone to coordinate the jfforts of suited to local situations. Establish !! A MERRY CHRISTMASAND

. .,. of the most essential because of all agencies toward boosting timber home nurseries to ecure plants.
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ply. As an example of the work done I ing and cultivation of gardens.

Gilbert TheatreFriday Every woman anxious to help In by the TPWP program, the lumber I Share fertilizer and homegrown I
advisor cited the cane of a small ,
seeds.
the war effort and not now em
ployed In essential Industry should sawmill operator whose work had Increase production of feeds for
and Saturday been curtailed for lack of a truck. and livestock. ISf
take a patriotic view of the situation poultry

Joan Bennett and and do her part to help keep dure Being for unfamiliar applying for with a replacement the proce, council On the recommends conservation of considerationof foods, the f A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
food moving to our fighting men '
Milton BerleIN Apply at your nearest U. S. E. S. the operator sought advice of a for. needs of the community for foods, i It{

office or canning plant and offer ester, who helped him fill out the such as supplies for school lunch. IIIt
proper form and saw that It was ,. clubs have already :
For Error year services. Both skilled and unskilled room The 15I \'.
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filed In the The
workers are needed and the proper place. replacement made numerous contributions to
I was obtained quickly, and community school lunchrooms. I We lifer Basking
pay. acal.has. been Incrased recent. yen a Complete r
ly. Some piece workers are low operations have been restored to Sharing equipment of the farm

Swing Your Staking a dollar an hour er mere I aerraal. and borne, especially for casnlng; : ServiceOkeecholise
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In matters of obtaining deferment salvage drives for used
and those without previous exerl.1 sponsoring ,
Partner once can quickly( leara the wok ef key workers, securing labor to containers In causing, sad !Improved
make lip shortages, the flailing of storsge facilities and quality ef
R ''JRN u un"M us suitable stumpage and. 1ti.ate baskets feeds stared are' other suggestions. I

.4.11.1 LATE WAR NEWS for It, and In the solution of Tile ceuactl weuld like to aee the II II I

other problems, tae TPWP programIs practice ef obtaining surplus truck I
serving" to spur timber production, from commercial farms for
crops
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Mr. Hunter said hone canniaf, thus preventing pos County

The lumber advisor, while callingfor sible waste and providing families

!, h1, ) .... a sharp Increase In output urged with valuable food reserves, con
Spencer Tracy and "" },"" ,,- timber owners to call on him or tinued and enlarged. I
Katherine Hepburn "' ''' any trained forester regading selective V
INKeeper ...,-," \\ I. cutting and marketing pros. BankPhone
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-; pests before cutting. Approved practices 1IVM nl
of the 1M aaaM 'SONO&
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,bll\ % he said, will permit the for !' slut'. : one! 15

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'"' Flame .1 (C.rt1; iIt- war and at the same time maintain : Hsf, ST-71, !,) annt lea \1113 flog
'r ; '9'J -- woodlands In good growing condi V OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :

.; :* P-' ;, I tion. "LEND A HAND! I It .
ALSO NEWS AND | C. II. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vics.Pre.idento
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nyV'yuesgtirp dare t
THIS IS AMERICA t.,;: I AR it may be better than you
x'' 1x 1 ..?..sw wIa Perry Fla.-More food has been think.--Longfellow. M. Meservo J. M. Roe Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allea Markham

I ... H n'hK!} i canned In Taylor County this year They who scatter with one hand.,1
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Wednesday Only in coin'i
I than ever before, but for variety as rather with two, not always ; : Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit
well as quantity of hosne-canned but In kind Nothing multiplies sc i
t NIGHT Ir goods Mrs Ruth McKeown Elklns, much as kindness-John Wray. 1 B Insurance Corporation
BINGO I.. &f: with.
home agent believes four familiesshe There is no self-expenditure
Grand Prize$50.00Judy .. .... visited recently are "way out In out self-enrichment; no .elf-enrich.. Axm9iSC t ICJttR)lJtltRJf1
CanovaIN i ", ..,a.,1; *...i. I front In their pantries she found )' -. -
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peaches figs, berries
pears grapes
More wl i"r9 (''.r nr- :j are ,
Sleepy LagoonComing | landing our fighting: troops by para.I plums, swamp cabbage, turnips mustard A

chute, disrupting enemy linn, enc snap beans, butter beans, peas, *
: ly communistic s, b- ::;Ini aI carrots, beets, squash, pumpkin, I

heavy price In casualties. chicken pork, beef, Jams, jellies, I l
Attractions I Silken fineries and their substitutes marmalades .
pickles, tomato and l
are fast passing;: from the mar. '
fruit juices, and '
j ket to provide safe landings for our catsup. ) i'
"THE DESPERADOS""THE distant fighting r.2's. We can still V I II
HUMAN: COMEDY" buy silk and nylon for them with Florida's annual corn crop couldbe I ,
"WHISTLING IN DIXIE" I War Bonds and Stamps. Increased 1,500,000 bushels by Increasing 1 '

U S. Treasury Department of two i
yields an I'
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In this war our wui-ndsd II 'I I are now doing without things you '/'
men have a greater chance for re of .
once accepted ai a matter course of
covery than In any pievious conflict And done it with '
you've splendid ipiiit
i..4in because of the medical aids x y7t
and services that have l bjcn devel You've done a big job in the war t k
oped by the War and Navy Depart. h '
effort in which
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One of these aids I Is the Hospital tory : ""
Transport Plane service that has I I co appreciate the other (fellow's problems ::'!.

been bringing our wounded back tc* i. ;tA;
from Africa. '
I7 .:. Like us, for instance you've a -. ,
JUd'2di9 eften been unable to get the appliances y r +'

ens I you've wanted, and dun have sometimes e" v 1
a'amsiN' fern 1 'I !L2.r been unavoidable delays in getting t.

6. i.. repairs made You'vt been wed real appreciation lor your cooperation
: ID sacrifice comfort: and convenience that we are

1'O by doing many things such as cooperating I the i' I
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help the Treasury Department \,' '+fl WatA.. ".;. .., .
finance this hospital transport serve '.-.l. 'l''
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Bell*." V.S.T' ttlDtttHmtr>> > __. DOW'T: ""n' .'' KLBCTR1C1TY JUIT'' IIt' Ulit IT'S' Still' CHfiAriFRIDAY '


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