The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:Volume 29 Number 29 : Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 7, 1944 Price Five Cents '

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y. News Of .,Our, BoysIn Railro"d ODT Will Official Attempt And to 'County Commissioners.,. Transact C.President H Parkerson of the Elected Civic Funeral Services .

Various CampsAt Stop Ticket RacketeersTicket Business In Regular Session Last Club for-.-Coming Year Held I For Mrs

'alp'l' all reported to be At the meeting of the Okeechobee

.. Home & Abroad making a Roman Holiday out of the Monday; Will Close Pea-Vine Trail Civic\! Club held Tuesday. of thisweek Wright Monday t' .
rant, demand for accommodations I
the members of that orgamza--
I fi mi Florida bound trains, All seatson -- -
Lieut Hornet Fulford has returned the Seaboard Silver Meteor and II The Board of Count Commissioner Bass the following petition was received ion\ elected C. 11. Parkenon as the Mrs. mma Marguerite ,Wright passed .
to the army"training camp after '
Coast Line lumiumi Champion: are of Okeechobee County, Florida I : new president for the coming year away at her horn* in Okeechobee

f spending a week here with his par. told for weeks in advance, but many met In regular session on :Monday, Petition to Discontinue Public Road M/. Parkerson will take of ice as the Sunday afternoon after a long Illness \
Mr and Mrs. C. A, Fulford, '
t entsi of these wiU are said to be la: the January 3, 1914, at 10.po: ) a, m. To the Honorable Board of County now president at the next meeting She had been In bad heart

p and family lie 'recently graduated hands of racketeers who can fix you Present were: Chairman C. E. Commissioners of Okeechobee on Tuesday of next week several years and about two months a tl
from the Officers Training School .
\ up for ii prices_ usually 50 to BO per Drawdy Commissioners Ernest Hit- County, Florida! He has been a member of the ago she became worse and the end 't4 "
| at Fort Benning Gl, and hasnowI t
; ,','m bo\e the usual fare The ODT I (lard, B. C. Swain .R. E. Ball and We, the undersigned citizens of Civic Club for the past several year. came Sunday afternoon.. t
been assigned to active duty as aSeoond ,
and I iniltoail official ure trying to W. F- Walker;; County Attorney T. Okeechobee County, Florida being and has taken an active part in all '
Lieutenant. She was born In Orange County :
R e > teak up the racket. W. ronoly, Jr.. Sheriff L L. Conrad freeholders living In the vicinity of of the doings of that organization I
e e
On April 10, 1854, and would have .
v.--------_ and Clerk Roy R. RaulersOn. the road hereby sought to be di.. V ." '
DowlinJ been 'thTs year. She
Sergeant Watford arrived ninety yean old
I In Okeechobee Tuesday and is spending 1S43 Epidemic of t'pon motion by Commissioner continued do petition your honor. Warren T. White moved with her family to Basinger ))1
i tlilllard seconded by Commissioner able body to discontinue a public :
a two weeks' furlough here with many yea ago and lived at that
,'iss; the minutes of the meetings road as follows: t
'" his wife and other relatives He l II place until 1919 whenf they movedto .
now stationed at Richmond,.Va. Infantile Paralysis held' (I during the month of December All of the old Basinger to Klssim-! In Charge of Public Okeechobee where she had resided \ I

f, see 1941. were read and approved. moo Road also known ai the Pea- *

t Sergeant J, T. Hancock who has 3rd Worst in U. S. I The Financial Statement showing Vine Trail north of Section 28 in Relations ProgramNorfolk since lr
Township 35 South Range 33 East Before her marriage she was Miss _
been confined, t. the Nival Hospital Imlatice's as of December 31, 1943,
Signed: Bill Prescott Agnes Free- Emma Marguerite 'Simmons.
follows "
at Vero Beach for the past several A presented as :

.). weeks suffering from a heart attack Jacksonville, Jan 4 "The Infan- General] Fund . . .E 2,05972 cott L. A. Smith Rodl Smith Floyd Va., Jan. 6-The'appointment Mrs Wright Is survived by three

was transferred to the Naval tile paralysis epidemic of 1943 Is Fine and Forfeiture Fund 1,34931 Thomas, James Durrance, Zeb Dur. .of Warren T, White as Special sisters, Mrs. Annie Prevail' of Pine

Hospital) at Jacksonville!' Monday of the third worst ,in the history of the Road and Bridge Fund 30562 rance Chnssje Durrance Edgar Assistant to Receivcri was announc- Castle Fla, Mrs. J. C. Bass,of Orlando '4

this,week, file condition was report. : United States, with almost 12,000 Agricultural Fund ,". 25939 Thomas, W. J. Thomas, Emma Wal ed today by L, R. PoweiC j jr., and and Mri. Lizzie Bass, St. +
ker Lorena Thompson, W. F. Wai, Cloud; two sons, E. R. Wright Oke.- .
ed *s abdut the same but due tot cases already reported and may be Outstanding Indebtedness Henry W-Anderson!.. receiver. of the

t more adequate, hospital accommodations expected to continue through 1944," Fund . . .-. SIM! 72 ker Seaboard ''Ralway, In addition to chobee and A. C. Wright, Arcadia b' I

he was transferred there Paul E Reinhold, state chairman for Mother's Tension Fund 1120 Upon motion by Commissioner special assignments, Mr. White will seven grandchildren Douglas and '

S e ee I the National Foundation for Infantile Publicity Fund , '.80 Walker seconded by Commissioner have charge of public relation. mat I Mias Emma Lou Thompson, Okee I II

J' Mr and Mrs J, H, Walker, Jr., Paralysis, announced this week. 1930 Tax Adjustment Fund 7.75 Bass, the following Resolution was ter,. < chobee, and KIrby Thompson La, :

f received a letter this week from I "This terrible condition makes the Race Track Fund . . 6,500.00 i unanimously adopted: "The Seaboard recognizes the Belle Curtis Wright Okeechobee, I

\ their ion Johnnie in which he says : eleventh annual appeal for funds Jail Repair Fund .1. . 65.831 RESOLUTION value of mutual understanding and Cola Hodges, Belle Glade, Banana : I
a Be It Resolved that the above Carter Miami and Maldon Wright I 1
with which to on the fight Court House Repair Fund 1875 petition s
J he has just returned to his army carry good will as the basis for satlsfac-
camp in New Gumneau after spend : against Infantile paralysis from 1940 Con. Refunding Fund 1,12337 is hereby accepted and the tory business relation.," the announcement Clewlston, and twelve great grand :

1 1. ing a short leave'at some other January 14-31 a matter of the ut Withholding Tax Fund 5000 Commissioners having given due and. stated "For'many yean children. \I

place which he Will unable to name. most Importance this year. Only the careful consideration to same, believe the railway has enjoyed to a high .Funeral services were conductedat !

}"staled that 'he had a wonderful I fact that through former campaigns" TOTAL . .. . ..U2,617.46Report it to be the best Interest that degree the good will and friendship the Okeechobee Methodist church

: time and gained seven pounds during we were better prepared for.ethel I of Marks and Brands for said road be discontinued. of its patron. By keeping the'public Monday afternoon at three o'clock
march of the Crippled than ever before Therefore said road Is hereby discontinued
fail leave, uvently Informed through appro. and the remains 'were laid to rest
District No.4 received
e e e has held down the physical devastation was and ordered as a County road ai of
gnats media concerning policies and In the tot at
.f.v family the Basinger e'
filed In the office of the
} this date It
Mrs. Alma Conrad, mother of which otherwise would e matteri of mutual intereit the new cemetery Rev HowelT, pastor of the .
Of the Circuit Court.
Passed and Adopted In regular session
.. Lewis Conrad, Jr., Second Class Sea have occurred, he laid, program will leek to bring about! Methodist church was In charge of .
.t Report of expenditures of Okee this 3rd day of January; A, D.
"Epidemic areas in 1943 Included '
man, formerly stationed at Norfolk, even closer understanding betweenthe the> services
i Va., received word this week that hey California Texas Oklahoma, Illinois chobee County Welfare Board for 1944 Seaboard and the Public." Coninuing V

';( bad been transferred to DE 331 USS Kansas Connecticut, Utah November 1943, was Deceived and Board of County Comnlsstoneri the management stated, "In Fruit and Vegetable .
ordered filed In the office of the Okeechobee County FloridaBy .
V New Mexico Arizona, Colorado and ,
Keiner, Fleet pO New York New our opinion, It\h. Seaboard is to '
Clerk of the Circuit Court. C. E. Drawdy, Chairman Maximum Prices to Be .
t Lewis Washington. Polio struck in epidemic
York. states that he li getting; contribute in greatest measure to .
I along fine.'Pinellas, force at Honolulu and also In Upon motion by Commissioner Attest(Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk. I the general welfare of the territory t Fixed After January 10
f* ---.v the Argentine Walker, seconded by Commissioner (Continued on 'page 2) .1 served, 'it must interpret'elf In .,1>
if 41 .. Jacksonville, Jan. 6-"The amend- "':*.*
County Man "Florida has been very fortunate terms which' have meaning forlUri'thaV u
*< In 'escaping the'epidemlc to date=-"1 r 'ft .- tt.a '. It 1.1. ..-j; aA \. '.iteek...*.1'he railroad's antt. *; n.t"lrea" fruit f.and\,, ." 11, .;, _.. _
}r.! f Citizens to Open Small 1 vegetable maximum price regulations a
but with our great concentrations of destiny must, In the final analysis
Industries to Aid Future will not be Issued earlier than Jan
people: In war production centers, we rest upon its service and benefits to
I 10, and possibly a week or two later,
carnot count ourselves immune Latest Too Late to ClassifyBy the shipping and traveling public."
Clearwater, Jan. 3-Urging Pinel- according to Information received
j mrlhcdf cf treatment are expensive Mr. White li considered eminent.
1 las communities to go after small I from Washington William L, Wil.
and r"rearch to discover the Iy qualified for his new field of ac-
industries as a year 'round guarantee Russell son, director of State Farmers' Markets .
-a'lse anJ! cure must be persued re. KayIn tlvlty. He has been connected with
of prosperity after the war, laid .today.
lentlesily 1''Imida cannot relax in the Seaboard for the past twenty'
Courtney W, Campbell, vice president "Thil amendment will cover peas
the fight this year; the Crippler thl. day of alphabetical juggling You promise me that tonight when one years, the past sixteen ai head
of the Food :Machinery Corp, snap beans, spinach carrots egg
makes no hrmlstice, he stated 'of the Industrial Development Department .
In the bed l that
listed the direct benefits that will anything nature of a you go to you'll pretend plant cucumbers and pepperi. FOB
v-- of leapt had loml-lomi Hawaiian During this time he has
string unintelligible letter. you have just a (
flow to any city or town successful ceiling prices will become effective ,
: Humble and to be the which ii relaxing been Intimately associated with the
,in landing a plant with an Invest- MagnoliaOil passed up by average message very i five days after the date the amend.
Individual "Just another of ). When feel all then commercial and industrial life of the
Companies Open as one you easy Issued All other ,
men: of f ISO 000 and a payroll for ed prices are pricei
t. 150 workers Offices in TampaTampa those things" you lay something for me." South and li thoroughly acquainted I such as delivered prices at whole-
t with its people as well as its prob-
"The wages paid the workmen," From Don Blandmg, Florida poet He handed Standing a paper on sale receiving point., will become

Campbell said, "will support 1,000 Jan 5-The Ohio Oil Company and artist now sojourning In Holly which was lettered: L-I-D.G-T-T .lem. and resources. Under his direction effective 15 day. after the fob, ,
the Industrial of
residents of the community. Pat. of Findlay, Ohio, and the Magnolia wood, California, came an unusual '.T.A-T.I.M-and explained that Department ]1 shipping prices become! effective, or e
the Seaboard has been InstrumentalIn
nonage of the ci ployees would bo Petroleum Corporation of Dal mystifying holiday greeting-A Talisman each letter stood for a word to makeup I approximately January 31 .

sufficient to support twelve stores Ins, Texas, opened offices I In Tampa for the New Year the magic phrase "LordL Do bringing scores of new industries I "Amendments covering the remaining .

I The plant and it* workers would this week In order to keep closer Just a string of letter.: L-I-D-G- Give Thee Thanks For The to the South with new payrolls' aggregating vegetables of the original list of

provide a yearly market for $300,000 check on the oil development iltua T-T F-T-A'T-1.M.: apparently Abundance That Is Mine." many millions of dollars thirteen which include lima beans, .
The Industrial Department of the
f worth of home produced agrlcul- lion In this state The latter com I unrelated and meaningless until understood Blending laughed hollowly and celery and tomatoes, will undoubtedly
Seaboard, under his direction, has
I tural products. The annual expenditure !- nnny li a subsidiary of the Socony but possessing limitless said: "What kind of hocus-pocus Is 'I be forthcoming approximately two
pioneered In the development of the
in trade of all kinds would approximate Vncuum CompanyThe power to help and heal those who | this?""How can I be thankful for and I weeks after the above mentioned'
pulp paper Industry in the
.4 11,000,000 and another humble Oi & Refining CorluhMditiiy learn their magic and apply them In nothing" dates," he stated
Southeast During the period 1935-
million would be added to the comi pnration of the Standard their daily livei.LIDGT.T. I The friendly Hawaiian grinned. I' "These dates mean that Florida .
I 1940 thirteen large pulp and paper
unity's taxable values Twelve pro. I Oil rnmpan, Leman a test run on T-A-T-I-M "You have much," he laid, "but any. growers and shippers lelllng on a
I mills were constructed In states
f<.-mOnal men would be added to the I ''"IP i' Pinmland welt'! in the Ever1J I I Carve those magic letters over I how do this for me." Sensing the served by the line. I delivered basil will remain under 4

town's directory. More than 200 J eladei, last week In an fffort to < your mantle and in your heart, Hawaiian's sincerity and eagernessto : present ceilings established at last /

I i utornobiles would be bought and j I prove their claim to the $50,0001 I urges Don. Let their meaning become I be helpful Blandlng. promised A unique feature of the Seaboard I winter' level or will have no cell.

j MiMCL'tl annually above the normal state award for the first conlPany'l' crystal in your heart and mind. I but he was In noway convinced and development service inaugurated by ing at all On the remainder until

e J \bus ness of local dealers and garage I liringlng In a commercial En'ploy them regularly and sincerely considered the whole Idea phoney. Mr. White 'was the organization ofa about February first. The OPA Is

owners The workers' children would I Florida.' Humble opened a Tampa of. I i and they will bring peace of But that night as he tossed on Forestry Department which funct.ons I expected to Issue a revised cabbage
*, : for the of sound
"n"quire an additional 10-roOm school 'Ice sevitral weeks ago. mind health, happiness and ..ueeen.I his bed those Utters .kept dancing promotion I ceiling higher than the present one I Ii

t and the railroad would profit to the Major compimles, have been securing !I Then he tells the amazing story before his troubled mind. Then he forestry practice. In the ilx states i at the same time.

ext'nt of approximately $300,000 anV lean In radically every coun- '' of how this Talisman came to him said the phrase they represented I served by Seaboard rails This work I "Our meeting with Geoffrey Baker .
: I' has been acclaimed Federal and
nuallj 'r in tho tiite and all indications and why he li pmalng it on to "Lord I Do Give Thee Thanks For by Assistant Director, Food Price

While addressing Us remarks to point to the patty development of others. The Abundance That Is Mire. The State Forest Agencies and by wood- Division of the OPA at the State .

I'inellas county civic leaders Camp- now wills li several areas. He tells how during the depression question came "Thanks-for what?" using Industries'generally.. Farera'Iarket at Pahokee on Jan.

i lull' pointed out that the statistics I A 30-day test, run on the Sunnl- I he found himself financially, Then he began to count his bless Regarded as an outstanding authority I 19 will give our growers an opportunity

apply to any town or community in land well hiwod better than 100 I emotionally, mentally and physically lags Two hundred pounds and six on the resources of the I to press for the temporary

the state, He contends that numer. barrels' a fillY ana the Humble Com j( "broke" Sick with worry and feet of sound physical body, perfect South Mr. White has been extended I relief they seek from price ceilingsto

opportunities await the wide piny nnnovnccl this week that they tortured with Insomnia, he became I{I but for shattered nerves. He thought special recognition by his alma compensate for losses suffered

awake communities that go after WArp erecting Bu'i.tinrol: storage a bewildered spirit. He was feeling of a legless friend once a prominent mater, Clemson College, and other during the recent freeze. The pro.

1 MI all manufacturing concerns endS tank to care for a flow of approximated I pretty sorry for himself and felt en' I actor, who was on educational Institutions for his contribution posed program for suspension or

infer encouragement to them during 4 "i 1"1 '1"11' ,. month fromI tirely justified In such pity. ,I I with a snub, altho he now sold pen. to the development of Industries raising of ceilings with such catastrophes .

tin- period of their getting estab- I the'r first well. I I At the hour when he had all but ells on the street A brlnj friend utilizing the natural resources will also be discussed This

1 "hl.d. y ', surrendered to hopelessness and de. ; who had overcome seemingly un of the South. !Mr. White Is a very important meeting for our ;

V I Pinched sufferers, stricken with I feat a Hawaiian lad who had long I surmountable difficulties to make a the author of numerous articles, l II. and distributors and a large, '

% Hailing aviation maintenance as the dread infantile paralysis, look to i been a friend appreciated him worthwhile happy life. All about which have appeared In various national state'wide attendance Is expected 0

3 the foundation stone of the war pf- you who are unafflicted to help I'I "Alohl! Lanl," he laid l, calling him him he found other. cheerfully car trade and educational publi Wilson laid, .

"* fort "Avlntlon," :McGraw-Hill pub. I them.-Again you will have the opportunity by the Hawaiian name the nativesused Tin burdens far greater than any cation. He has spoken before educational -I V

.. lication, announces the presentation to do 10 by contributing i! "You're feeling pretty lorry he had known He was ishamed bodies, civic groups and commercial I A recent survey conducted by the

of Its 1943 Maintenance Award. The i to the fund for the control of this for yourself." ( Over and over and over again he organizations throughoutthe i National Opinion Research Center of

award la given to the maintenance terrible disease. Help fight Infantile "I've got a right to." Blanding laid that simple, humble phrase un South on subjects pertaining to, the University of Denver discloses

organizations of nil airlines In the Paralysis by supporting the Celebra- i, flared 'What a0"t It?" 11 he fell Into a deep healing deep, Industry and political economy, that seven out of ten Americans believe .

United States and Canada as well as I tlon of the President's Birthday. "Nothing" said 1 Mike quietly Ig. I Up to greet the rising sun, Bland !Mr. White was born at Centenary,,, that the United States, Russia

the service commands of the Army I I i Florida must maintain her enviable noring the tone o' annoyance, "butI Ing, for the first time In months. South Carolina. He attended local and Great Britain will' abide by ?"

and Navy, Bureau of Aeronautics. I record by going over the top In this can, help you." realized the glory of a new day.: Hen grammar and high schools In Ma their agreements after the war ;

Heretofore the award has gone to worthy, effort ai she ha* In all Skeptical, and showing' his Irritation "ted the clean freshness of the air, rlon County and following hli I Confidence In Runla li growing and

.4 one or'two airlines but this year, in otheri.: Your dim,' and dollars' given B'and'ng' sn"nr<>ri: "How?" f-e sparV'Inc dewdrops on colorful graduation from Clemson In 1917 hi, the majority of the people feel that

the total mobilization of 'all re- to this treat cause will help "I have been washing how your ollage.. the song of the birds. Since served for two years as an Army officer these three great powers will stay .

fl, sources for the common purpose, all I straighten crippled liiiibs bring light burn. all night and I know .><"t fin h+ has kept ever In his in the first World War. united on agreements reached at* the s 1

airlines have shared in the contribu hope and cheer to those' less fortu you are ly'nir awake worrying, wor heart those nrerloul letters: V recent International conference the ,

nate. DO YOUR PART! rying worrying That's no good T-I-M. News printing satisfies survey shows i
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(1 Itccdtohrc Cf\1S- Legal Advertisements Legal Advertisements I Co. Commissioners'! I BONDS OVER AMERICA J ,

'11 i ImihellnMI.on, 413 l.Vli Avenue Counlyl and 1 being the North two I' !
I'atti'rson, N. 'J. third of nil acre, of the Southeast Transact Business
Published Every mday by the nf the Nortbweal Quarter of I
M... Aiinea S. Bowman 44.1: 13th Quarter the Soiitheaiit Quarter of th.i.rllt, Less than 100 people Santa Claus' Post Office
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- Avenue, 1'iitierHon. N. J, went Quarter., Section 1,1, Towiublp 31 live In Santa Claus Indiana .

bee, Okeechobee County Florid Elmer: P. and W. (I. Vulk. Itoutu 2. South Itmigi 'M lOant. In Regular Session I but each year the ;

Norfolk, :.Nebraska.Waller I TRACT llflll: \ I. : Lot T III Block JS atTownaite postmaster sends out

BRYANT BOWDEN ..._.._..... Editor F. Lnrrubee Rex 20. Chippewa of Di-ena (according to plat I more than half i mil. ,,a, ,
Fnlla \Vla.Miirlun of the Southern Colonisation COIUIIIIi3-U | lion Christmas cards '"
,I'. Unlit. Dckotuh Hotel dated,. January lo. I'.iU.\ and recvrdedIn (Continued from 1) tI.
Entered as second class matter Furgo, North Dukuta.Kcrlram Pint Hook 1, Page 70. Public Hoc page II and packages. Nearby

July I. 1914. at the Poet Office In i .1 Horgersoti Dckotnli Hotel. ordrt of Om'eidn County) and being the The following Resolution was offered I. a granite statue of
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;North; one sixth uu acre Santa Claus dedicated
Okwchobe, Florida under the l. I Furgo, North Dakota. :Niirthenat Quarter of Southwest tiunr- by Commissioner Milliard .
Pearl I.. I Si.rlt't.rt Dckotuh Hotel.Furgo. of Southwest to children of the world t
ter of :Noribwent Quarter and
Act of March 8, 1879. seconded by COmmlBsioner Bass III.. dIn
North Dakota.JeHHlc ,
Quarter of Suction 13. 'I'owo hlp .
\' lliTtiiTHon, Dukotuu Hotel. 81 Smith Itiinge :ii: .;11.1. unanimously adopted: I IP

North Dakota.Mrs. comninnded -
Fargo are
Reading notices In local columns :?ooTlllmta'UIII you Bo It Resolved that price of
Anna 1I'rll'ron.I'kolob llutvl to >><- and appear" In the ,,11. ,' "
10 cents a line. Rates for display Fargo .North Dakota. suite* lntrlct Court for tho Soul horn Cemetery tote shall be $20.00 each

advertising furnished on application (;" "rll" .1. lliinnefi'l'', Watervllct.Michigan. on Dlmrlct the 1'Mli of t'l"rhlllII dny of February"Tnmpn Florida A, H.I'.ill ,. and the Chairman and the Clerk of I o

Classified advertising 3 cents riling written cliilm or
by your
this Board be and hereby
MIICOIIStreet. they
Mr Mnllli' Idink 1240: \\ uocw rr, I'liliiT In pcraon or by uitor- are
each word per Insertion.! All Items 1 Dci'utur III. tiny und to chow what right title or authorized empowered and instructed
regarding enterprises conducted for \ .. Mnry llnna Cloud. Kuutc 4. Inlcrot you Imvc or claim In or to the Nazi stave countries .
I Hrne.Ncbraalta.: .111 iii,. property| and lo allow canne why to execute deeds In the name of the r* ; of Poland, Greece,
profit at rdvertlslng
are chargeable loud, II nliinild not bv taken) for the uc
1',11' Fuclm. ITiiT \\hllrle"l I County upon receipt of purchase Jugo-slavia little children

rates. 1'iiHUdcna, Callfornlu. :and and:::: piirpoai-a;this' ymi act ure forth not, 'In In anld'ctlllon omit: upon: : price of said lots. starve to death, the '
The IlI'lrl\, iiii/or a.nlgQa of the penalty of being burred of all rliilmand Keep OnBacking older and stronger ones
--+'- 1 porkers, deceased,, or believedlo Intercut, In ,and to auld hinds HUd Board County Commissioners are sold into slavery
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: he ilcmmiMl. uhoNi niiuics and nilIICKIU'H by default euteru.1uKttloet the Atlack
of huvlnit judgment
: where they can live but
One year In advance ................. $2.00 |. are uukaowu: you Okcccbobce County Florida. few .

Six months In advance .......... 1.00 I Helm. til nl Mm.t4u3Y..M. .1 I':.lleilull.lledcll' duceaned.Inkiiuwn deceased.llelu WITNKss: my hnnd and offlclnl srnl! By C. E. Drawdy Chairman With War Bonds a sad years at themost.
of thla Court, thin the 5tb day
Three, months In advance ... .... 73 I hells of Antlruwllnou, ) A. l U. 11114.\ Attest: Roy R. Rauleraon Clerk

dl I w 0"1.I do- EDWIN; It. WILLIAMS.' Clerk The following vouchers were approved ,
nknuwn h, Ira of b"lIlIl.,11.011. lilmrlct Court
Advertising bills are payable on CeimCll, fulled Southern, stntea lilatrlet of Flnrldu and ordered paid when ,

the first of each month. Parties ; I'nknuwn helm of Unlllleb llunn. dc- Ely Julian A, Blake Deputy Clerk funds are available: REPORT OF CONDITION OF

unknown to publishers required to CCimcd.The iSlOAi.)
in advance. following persons whoac adillemu "- ATTEST A TIM'E COPY OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
pay. me unknown, It alive uud It EDWIN: II. WILLIAMS, Clerk General FundT.
-- ilcccni-ed their unkimwu hulra ami/or U. S. tat rlrl Court W. Conely, Jr., salary County OF OKEECIIOBEE IN TilE STATE OF FLORIDA
iiHaigim, whose iiumva aud uddrci'ain Southern Dlxtrlct of Florlilnlly
Legal Advertisements unknown.Mrs. Anna \I Mitchell, Judge December (122,70 AT TilE CLOSE OF' BUSINESS ON DECEMBER: 31, 1943

1 I Tlllu 'r. Tbnren Yates Deimty, clerk T. W. Conely jr., salary CountyAttorney ASSETS

A C. (iamhoiiM. >oriF.iokoci'hohcu 1. I.onns mid disr'ount. ___.-..__._.. _..____..___.__. __n__.._.____.._$ 38.7 .NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BELL I I I', FlahertyAlfred und wife Cminiy. r'lorhla. December $50.00T. 'i. I'nlted States Government """Ililtloll .. direct nml guaranteed ---_ 200.1115112
LANDNOTICE M. Scbrlng .hi 0., 1u14.Nn'I'1'E \ \\'. Conely, Jr. salary Juvenile 3. OollKtitluns of States and political subdivisions. n__...._.._ ..__ .NONB
"n ?
< IS HEREBY GIVEN that. I|I I'. II. Dirienbuugh' n IX ry IItIUWHI'ES Unit 4. Other builds notes, and debentures _...........___.....____...___ NONKB.
Pursuant to Section IS: ((1)I Chapter i[ \\I1KUE.VS.; a 'petition. fur condi'iii- Pursuant to Section I) of I'luipteiis2'.iH. Judge $15,00.County Corporate stocks .__________..__.__....___________..-___. ....__.... NONE
21X158. I.awa r>r Florida Act nf 1941. uullou him been Illcd n the 12th day :\' Lawn of Florida. Acts ItillT: Welfare Board Relief Allowance U, Cash balances with other banks Includlim' reserve balances, tend
and Section 17. Chanter 14717. lot February, A. D. UlliJ: In the lulled known HH the ''rlll'lIAI'T., tin following null. Items In proceaa of collection __._____..._...__________ 50,554.43;
of Florida. Act of 1931. as l.a".1 Mnicir' mulct Florida Court by lor the the SouthernDlHtrlci Lolled ilcKcrlbi'd hind,, In okuechobecCiniiily. for December, $350.00. 7, Bunk I'rcmlaea owned IViflO.OO: furniture and fixtures $1500.00: __ 10000W .

by Section 11, Chapter 2'/58 Laws of I' MIIHH ol nf.\11.1<-11. pi'tllloner, against Florida will be offered for I State Tuberculosis San., Hosp. 8.: Iteal entitle owirod other thou bank pn,>ml es ____..............._. NONE:
Florida. Acts of 1041 the following dcfcndanta, praying ale nl public outcry for the blgbciii U. ]Investment and other assets Indirectly representing bank
described In tut in Okeechobee County, the above cuiiiU'Uiimtlon tin unet proper compcnsailuii. and best 11.1 li, ald|. subject lo the right ainous January $11.00. premlxea or other real emtntc ..___....__.__n.._--- .__..__._. NONE_
Flnrlila. to-wltl lor In upou cnnncclluulth, nf the Trustees nf the Internal I inpruvi'inent 1(1( rustnmcri' Iliilifllly to this hunk on acceptances iiiifatmidlng _.__ r lor Florida
um Power & Elec.
Lot 8, Itlk. 6. naval Onlcs Aililltlon., the Avon tack,, Bombing Itiin0.ij, Flor Fund lo reject any unri nil Light Co., 11. Other oaaele .._.._...._._. __...... .._. ..-. ___.. .__._____ -- 100-l)
l.ota 6 and 1. 11111. B, Wright an
Bnna Subdivision "lh"'I",1 Ito, b> L'nngrcMK or by Kxoeiilp on the liitli ila\' of February, I'.UIKuacnicHt / 12. TOTAL ASSETS ___..._____.___.._...._... .Ji_.._-.________ 41K3.551.74
All Blocks 20. SI, 24. 211 and 26 except describedliinda for mud right of way 2911Itit : Western Union Tel. Co., Tele.
loss 5 and 6. Bile. 21. Riverside Older, of I IV' Inlliiwlng wide will be reserved from' nny LI.\IIIL1T1ESI'l. ,
I'urlc Addition.WH ill(title In oktvrhobce County, puri'el through which there l I. an existIng grams. $2.03.Gilbert : Demand deposits of Indlvl cf ttWK of XEI%. SI' ST. K 11. 35.: li4-L: : 'I'hoOorlbw..t: Qunrtur tnieta of 10 erred or more. 13. Depiialta of I'tilted States 4loveriimi. (IncliKlliitf I roxtul' savings) NONE:
Will he offered for dale at public onto nf I the .NorthciiNl Qua rh.F. Suction IIHc in nm-linlf of nil petroleum' nndthree Court House $5.30.A I'l. lieposlla of States and political subdlvlnlons ___..__.._...__._.... .719.49
cry fur the highest and belt rain bid. 2.: TowiiHlilp :it: Souih. KnngiM: Ea.t, fourths of oilier iiiliicriiU will I & P Food 17. Deposits of h'lI' !k. ._..____..___..___.... .... .._.-__..._.._________.._ 115).01510!
aubjcet to the right of the Koard of I'Miitalnlng, III acres, inure or Irss.I be reserved.V'j Stores, groceries for IN. Other ilepoHlla (certified and officers' check, etc.) ....-.-------- '7'181II

CnmmlMslonera of Everglades Drainage I I TUACT 1331.: The South Half of \ i>f SWi, Sec. 4. Twp., :34. Kg". I Ia Biislnper School Cafe 1250. ), TOTAL IJKI'OSITH ___ _.. ."........ ..__.___...__,,.*4rM,7sO.M iIo
District to reject flnr and ill bide at tin, :.NortliwcNi Quarter. of Section 2.Township :. : .". "MI acri'a. 1 Bllla payable rediscounts, and other II II bill 1I..s for borrowed
the Courthouse beginning at 10:00: I :ii: "' 0111 h. Uuiigu UJ i':ust SWI, nf KK'i Sec. U. 'C" ''. 34. Itge. Scharfschwerdt Bros supplies forC. money ..nn..._____.... ... _-... _....______...__._. .. -- .....,.. .v-nvw.
o' lock A. M. on the 20th day *f Jan I'oniiilnlng 7' ucrcH, inure or Icmt.TKAlT :i.1.: 40' 'acres.TltrS'lKEH. I H. and Jail $8:80.: !MfirtuiiKes or other liras :MINK on bank premisesand

uary. I! H. Easement for drainage and I 144 L : The Southeast !l"r11.'r : OK THE INTF.liNALIMIMtdVKMENT THE .NONE on other real entitle ___.........___.....__.....__... NONE:
reclumntlon and rood purpoaei will be I of the :.NoriheiiHI Quarter, Si-i-tlou OF Fl'ND FLORIDA OF I, Photostat Corp., photostat sup 2J.: Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and vstviiuiilslandliiK
reserved.BOARD 17. Tuwiiitblp :w South, Itunge 3:1: Emit, STATE plies 1165. 00'l\ .'
I "
OP COMMISSIONERS ... Ily Roy K. Rauleraon Agent ________._....__. 8,400.37
OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE < loniiilnlng 40 nrrt'N. more or h. Okee- I M.: Other liabilities ....... ,....____
Trustees I. I. Fund. ---------/t"-----
Half of City of Okeechobee water C. H. 14. TOTAL LIABILITIES: lout( Including subordinated
DISTRICT 1'1I.1l"" llll( L : The North Florida.UT .
(Seal) cliobee' y ......._......_...--------------------193,23
By ROY R. RAT'LEIISON< the .NorlUuiml Jiiartcr.. Section 20 Sophronla Pace Deputy Clerk and Jail December $11.10 obllgatlone shown below) __ .
Clerk of the Circuit Court '1'"" lI.hll' :tl Siiulli, Idinge :113 Hunt, ("\)'IT.I.CCODiT f
ff Okeechobee County, Florida I'oiiMilnlnit, MI uciva. inure or ".... 1'015 Z. K. Williams, agent, renewal of 2.1. Capital ...... 2S,0000a "
aa agent for said THACT 147-L. The Sinitheaat Uuar NOTICE or TAX APPLICATION DEED Officials' ;: Siirplii., :: -::-- -------- --- ::: ::::: :;:::::::::::::::: : ::: :::. S.000.Oe

Board of Sii'tlou '.::1. Township :it: Snulh.Jfiinuc Law. *t 1531NOttpe County bonds 8500. :7. 1'ndlvlded profltaft "_.'._." _n. __._..__.__._____.._____.___ 5.86861
By Suphronla Pease Deputy Clerk ter :'til: EIIMI., ciinlnlslng IHU tiered, : li hereby given thnt Ella' Roy R. Raulerson refund on exp. :.1 liiwrvea (and retirement account for preferred. capital ___....___ l'O.1I 4

::./TI( E OK \. %L MKKTINOor nitinnr TltACT lens 154 L : TinWest Half of /.eliueiiiiyltr.:No. TIll: Inniied. holder l the of 7th TnCertlflcut"din of ..lnlA1 \ chits., $4.15.Inter .II, TOTAL ('A PI T.\ !. ACVOrXTS ...__.._....____.....__.__....__QII 33,358.51: : 1

srtif'KIIOI,IIKKI: OF the :.Northwest( Juurier of the North I'. P.I41.\ uud Tux Ci-rtlflcai')' \". County Tel. & Tel. Co., tel. )
OHr.KC: HOIIKt: ( 0l':>: M II INK Sectliui 27.: TowiiHhlp" :ii: 177. iMHiied, t lb.8th: day' of AngiiHIA. TOTAL LIABILITIES ANT) CAPITAL AL''Ot'NTK$405,331,74
The aiintiiil of the Stockholders cant ynnrler. coiitaliilng 'U I I'. HMO. linn filed mime, In sir of County Judge December 460. Thla hut tk's rotlllIl l ronalal of roniinou Ito
of okvclinlieu County Hunk a acres oulli., mure,liimge or 'M lids.TRA1'3' : KiiHt. ilex has tnnde iiptdlcntlon) for H Certlt'icale Tax Insanity Hearing expenses Incurred par Tnlue of ....._...___._...._____._......____...._.23,00000:

hnnklng ciiritiriillnn| $ under the Inwsof Nortbeuxt Uunrler Deed to bo lulled, thereon. Said M E\I O a.\.1).f: r
1(1( !1 I. : deHerlbed
I'lnbraecM' (he following $11.00.Mason's .
the Stilt of Florida, will lie held
of i the, Kiiiithwi'Ht Qlla rl.r, Sccllmi In the County ofOkeechobee. 31 ricdifi'd uxaeta and aeciirlllca loaned) book value) ) :
on t'rlIIIIhc' llth dtiv', of .1 II II 1I0ry. 4, Township U4 South linage ui: EilHt: I Stale of Florida IfI'" It : Ice Delivery Ice coupons, la) I'. S, Government oblluatloim. direct and guaranteed' ,
A. I' 111-11. Ht three 'I'k l In i the iftlTIIOOtl more or lens.TltACT .____.........t Co.OnO.flo:
lit till* plllec of bllHlllea of containing' acrea. Lot 1 to in Inc. Block :i. InKerryliiirdin |$2.90.L. pledged to acciire di-pnalta and otber hut blllties 1
Mold| | corporation in the City of okeecliolioe. 17H-L: The Euxt II itt of I the *. III' of SWH of SWVi of (h) Other aaacta pledged to secure ilepoaha and other Iliibllltleailnelndlnir. 1 ,
Klorldn.) i lit, which lime l" or at Norihcuat Quarter uf the :.NiirilivimlQlliirler : '\\"t' Ser, 17. Twp. ::17. Rge. I 3'. I I. L. (Conrad attending notinnd bll'a riMllacountud u lid m-curlilee aold
the time tn which mild meeting Inn Section 13 ToWlmhlp .14 I he i ii .e. iinMii of mild property midec 1 I county', under repurchiiao aureemenn .............. ,................ k NOSE
commissioners December .
lie adjoiiriii'd, n Bun rd of IMrcclora fur South, llHiigu al! Eimt contnlnliig 2ncruH :<> sold nll'leiitu Issued wna In the I $ (c) \0.10 pleilKcd to iiinllfy| for- exert'Iao of fiduciary or cor- .
")". cnaiilnir > et r ",11hr elected and Intro or Iciia.TltACT Inline of VnMiown.1'iilen Claudia A. Conrad, salary jolterDec..mber hurtle powers, and for pnrpiiHPs other than to nor lira llaI.IMlli -
for the triiiittiicrlon of nuch other business IV Lt- 'rhu Enat Half of the : add Certificate\ ahull h. redeemed .n..- .. 00" __ .. _____...__.,--__..-...- NONA
thnt may properly come before Northeast. guiirtcf o( SoutbeuHt Quarter according: to law: lrupPrt3'deacrihe ;: $59.60.Witl1.holojlnlr Id/I Keciirltli-a 101111".u-- NONB
Hid meeting, Swlloli 14./Towlulilu, at"II'h./" therein Hlnilt he Tax Fund .Income
Dated < at Okocchnbee. Florida this HII"tie xEIIHI, "I'oiifnlnliig, 21) acrcH, highest blddtr, ul the t'onrtbonw door of (e) TOTAL- ........__........__..*:,.--.......-._--_. 65,900,001... .P
L7lh: ilny of Iiei>einbcr A. 1>. 11H3.ll'nrpornte more, or (CUMTltACT on the firm Xlmubiv' In the Month tax withheld for Dec. $19.501 32. Sccurcil und preferred liabilities : .
the lib dnyof
11.,1)IJIoF.I'III1I1tE 1II3LThe: Wi-at ll.ilf ofI 1'lorllllrImt.l-Vbrunrv> HM4/. which In Okeechobee News pub. notice In (a) 1)epncit..tcurnd bv plcded' n.sela purauant to

; : COl'XTV BANK I he SiiuibwcBl Uuarlcr nf the Nunlhat, 7ih dm of .l.inuurr toll reriulrementa of bow ... ...._.. _____...__..____.............. NOSH
Ity E, O. Kllpntrlrk. Jr. 1'iiKl quill rter. Socilnii 'Jl. '1'"" 1'01.Ihl. ROT R. RAUT.ERSON, Chancery No. 877 and printing 400 (II) Mornnvlnan ....II.p'l liv pledged' imiieta llni'ludlnirrMdlHiiiiinta

Ca HhlvrAOTIC'K ',,"Ih, liiingi' :aa::l 1'0' ,'illtillilingt: (!I..a1) Clerk Circuit Court ofOkaechobee copies, $200.00. uud repiirchnie aureemcntii) .._n_........__"-__ NONR: :

OK INTKNTION: SELL l iii-ri H ",,.rI' MI-, h'... County, Florida, (rl other llnMlltlea aecure.l by t>li>direil auMela .. _._.__. ..nu__ NONE .
I.\M: 'I ILl' "'' I1I.1\ L. The EIIMI: hull of the -- (d) IteiioHlls, preferred under iiri.vlaloiia of low but not

NOTICE m IIEKKHY: HIVES that Ne-t Ihilf nf the :.Nnrilit'iial QIIIIII.T nl NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I Fine & Forfeiture FundT. secured by pledge of aaseta '______'__u..... ____...._____.._ NONE:
piirHiiinit to Section 13 (I1 ChapterJ I the Soiillineiit Qunrtcr. Section 'J':'. TAX DEED W. Conely Jr., docket fees
> 0 Lawn at Florida.: .\i of 1041. Tnwiinlili| :il Smith Iliinge :ii: Kant. u (ei TOTAI :53.OIMJ.00
mid, I Section it?. Chnpter 11717. I.HIVH containing 1I> acref more or less. Law. of ISIS December, $18.00. 31. II,,0rU'III",1' ohlliriitliiimt

i'f t'lorldil.1.Ia of liWI.: as amended THACT Ilix L. 't'heYeet Half ofWent Xiitlee' In hereby gtt.holder'o that of Okeecholiee TnCertlflciilei Roy R. Raulerson, cost bills Co (a) 1 opsld dividends on preferred stack and unpaid interest on
hv I Section 11. Chnpter KINKM lens ofFlorliln. Half of the Siiiithwciit Quarlrr Incorporated cnplinl notes and diOientnrca. nerrneil to end of lust dividend
Acli of 11141. the following of the :.Niii'thi'iiHt, Utterer Secllon 2:1.: No.0. 11. K 23.: 2::11. l Issuedthe Court December $ 5.95. "r IlIler.t, I1"1"1'-' not I'K'ludPil' .In. lliil.llltles or reserves above SoS
described hind In ukuecliobee :aril tllI"r Jnlv.' A. I'. luii.\ : Inn .hl i other oblliHitlona\
County Tow-UHhlp :it Snulh. Itunge :3:1: Kiml.I'oiilnliilnir : not lui-litdud In llnhllltli. which are subIA -
"' "rl.llI. ti-w It : HI ncrea. more or I'-... filed, mi me In' niv littler ; hits nniili' niIdicntlon L. L. (Conrad cost bills Sheriff '" ''""""I 1 10 cluluiK (if di-poHltum nnd other' creilltnra NONE;
WH of SFIof, II"" ,. of :-IF:'., S'r. TKAl'T' W2: : I. Th. Weal Half "f for n Tin Heed to be, UauedIhercmi. thefiillnwliig December $258.26.RORd labIi dote of report the n
1'x. Twp. 37. Uge. S.I. the Suiiiliwesl (lllllrtL."r the S nth Sulil Certlfleiilea .mhr In". the this bunk wnab ..---.....__....--....____..__... .__..._.____. 02,0\fI.J:
Will he offered' for stile nt public :I4 ilonerllird. property ( | AKKi'la above
,nil, 1 gunner. Section 23! Township FlorIda. ri'porlccl hli-li were eligible or li'inij reserve
uiltcrjr for the highest mid bent cash I I 'South llunge :l'l EIIHI.. coiitiiiiilng, :20acren. : I'iuur3tit oke holiee. State of | & Bridge Fund 11"111111 10 ___._..._______.. ..n... .._.. .. __ .__.. ..__.n$.o.G.'Hf2'
bid aubject to the right! of the Hoard to wit :
of romnilHiiloiicrs of Evergliidea Draluiiire I nniri' or 1ts.'l'It.t'T The Northwest; Quarter Lot :I. Sec. ". Twp. :I4. It gc. :KI I Standard Oil Co., fuel District No. I. I:, (!. Kllpulrlc'k. Jr.. nf the above named bank do aolemly .",,'nr
District to reject IIM.V and' all 2(14( L : ( 'mirier. Seellini t I.i 11. sec in. '1'" I'. :tl. B".... tin:ti 4, 2376. Unit, the nlmve aliilciiient la true, laid bar It fully mid' correctly represents the .
hula, at the Courthouse beginning at of the :SiiilllnveBl South.( Iliinge :i3Rost : Lot It. "' ('t'. :ItS "'1st 1'. :'t4. It", : l true ethic "f the acvcnil iniiltera herein contained and set forth to the bout of
in i 0' o'clock A. M. on the aril dry ofJVhriinrv. I -". .Towimlilp containing" 40 ", 'r,'.. more or .Lot 4. Sec. :'Ml. Twi., S4. hue :1\ Pay Roll Hist. No. 4, labor (tractor niv knnnli'duo' and belief.COIlKEfT.
1'M4.' Kini'iiient for drainage The nsacaiment of auld property under
unit ri'cliiinatlon and, road lest laid Certificate* Issued wn* In and grader work), $80.00. : : ATTEST : E. (!. KILPATRK'K.., Caahler.
,lie roHorved. |purpoacawill I TltACT 20S' L : The Southwest Quarter the inline* <..rI' H. Jolinn. A.I.. Si< ';:, M. Meiterve. .1. M. II", '. Sr.. \\". ..111..11I II t'k 1111111. Directors
Scharfschwerdt :
nf theNorlbweBt Bros. material Mule' f
of the Soiithweiit. Quarter .e.h ? Flurliln. County of Okewhohee.
IHI \Iii': OF MiTtQSIOVRRS1)l I bring W. C. Skulla. and J"" | I'
-' I'F.ICHI.\I.tS( DHAIXACBDUTUICT Quarter. Section 2(1.: Tow i- Scliurndcrcr.I'nlea District No. 4, $32.08. Sworn to mid aubscrlbed before me this 5th day of January, 1044, and I
hlp, :U, Snulh. Iliinge :il: F.iial. culititlntug aald Certlflcatei ahall ba redeemed lieri'bv' ,','rllr..ltul I dui not an idTlcer1 ur director nf this beak
or lean.'IKAIT Ruble Bass and Oil District ,I SEAL)
HI acren more de- fit
law, property
I'.y Hoy it. Itaulcrson. The Rust hilt of theN'nrthW'cMl according to Z. K. WILLIAMS. Notary Public.
Clerk of the Circuit Court ofokeechobec of the :NitrthcnHl acrlhed therein ahall he sold to the No. 2, $12.65. ily roinmlaalun Expires, Sciitember 14. 11)43
County. Florliln.n Quarter hlgheat bidder at the Courthouse door
: East Half of the South- In the month of S. C. Paige, and oil DistrictNo.
iigcni for in Id Board.Bv QuoIFlili'inrttei' NorthciiHt Quarter on the flrnt Monday gas:
Soihri| >nla 1'eane. Deputy Clerk i ol'! th* February. l'.M4. which In the illi day I
Went 1407.
Iniif'1' l\urlhrudt Qnnrtel'. of "Februnry 11144'
liii of the : daof ..Inll""fI1U.\ .
IV Tilt IMftll T\TK:.. 1tl"TKirTOIKT cedar J7: TowiiBhlp :fit Smith, liiinge Dined Ihlw 7lh Okeechobee Welding Co.; weldingand
( Mil Tilt HIMorillCT; orF .. more or (Seal) SALE
:Tl EIIHI: I'oniiilulng (in IIrr. Clerk Circuit Court ofOkeechobe cutting $4.75. FOR
1.11111" \. TMI'I'IO\ h.... Florida. t
f.MTKIi: STATKS: OF AMKIII'IA.: THACT' 2''OL: : The South alx acre" V* State Motor Vehicle Omm., IIcenne .
I'pllllor. the Xiirthwo;
of the WcHt Half of
for trucks $6.75.
tags county ,
VH. (!II"rl..r..r the SoulhweHt CJuiirter. The Humble Oil Company report-
Ill 1H.1 ACUF.S OK AMI.: MORE OH Section ;:". Towimhlp ::14 Smith. Kan ire v'What'lfo.t --
LESS. I'ITI'\'I: OKKECIIOBEH:': :XI\: Eimt: "ntnlnlnz alx acres. Inure ur od hint week that the recently open

t AND Ol'ITII'J''n: : II. K: IMS,: ET OK AI..FI.OHIllA.. lens THACT 221-I.: : North four acres ofSotithwcat ed well at Sunniland hat produced AT ALL TIMES !

Di'fclldlllltH.No.. Quarter of North Quarter between 3,600 and 4,000 barrela of *
Section 2*.
of Siitilhwei't Quarter.
ell CIvil T, Townxlilp" II Smith llange :XEaxl.. : oil during a 30-day test.Eniling B IUJ ?(dh

Filed 01' h dry of .1 all IIlIr,'. l'.M4! t tit, itt itt ii it 4 acrpn more or h.... : that began witha o
Tninpii." Florida THACT. I'::".I. The Kant: Half nf the fifty year.
EDWIN WILLIAMS, Clerk Northwest Qiurt.r of the SniilhonKt pushcart, the linen supply industry WAR BONDS
ltv 1111. A ISI.AKK: Deputy clerkNOTKK I Quarter of Section :il. Township 31 I
Smith. Itiinge :ii:\ Eum. cnntalnlng 2Oacri'H. : observe Ita fiftieth anniversarythis ABERDEEN ANGUS .

:: : UK 11"lIt\l"\r1I1N Mire or hide. week with a 1913 volume of
rKOKK.I>IM: ,<4 THACT 227-L: : The \\'...t Half, of No Mora Brass ;

Tfl1101 1'1'I.Y CONCERN. the Southeast Quarter, of the South- $200,000,000( according to information i i
AND TO : weal Qiinrter. Section :ill. Tuwnnlilp 34South.
'I he following pemonn who are renl-, Knnge W: : Eimt containing '..iacrea > released by the Linen Supply Or land or at sea our fighting men 11'i j

,lenlof the 'true of Florida : more or less.THACT Association of America, trade organization do their many chore by the sound j :
Holme, Fin. I. The East Half' of
Nathan Ft. I'leree. 2aO: : Bulls
C. E. Ilnliler, 1111 S.E.r": Pitliuml. the NorihcnKl Quarter of the North- serving 565 members of a bugle. All sorts of uncompll- : and Cows

\ Florida. went lu"rICF Section :III. Towimhlp :H "Millard Caldwell Is not to be mentary epithets are used to deslgI I
Vii.Y .lobnaunb Hotel Hurbrldge.Jucknunvllli Smith, liange :XI East motel It hng 20 nate the bugler but nobody has yet'
*, Florida. acres, more or less. confused with Stafford r.ldw ll or ;
.lowph Kidllnixer.JUKI: \ UomchclMtreet TH.UT 214-L : The Smilhcaat' Quarter been able to provide a satisfactory j

.Iiicknonvllle. Florida, of the Soulhweiit Quarter S.t'OonTnwnahlp with Millard Conklin or Millard substitute for a bugle although recordings ,
The following pemona whit art bcllevd 22.containing: 40 3:1:acre South., more Knnge or 33 less.TIIACT East. flllmore states the Tampa MornIng are used at some perma- WILL ALSO HAVE SOME

to be noii-reMlilentu of the State of 24-<-L : The Eat: Half ..f the Tribune, to all of which the nent bases. I
Florida and Vihnne lant known addrr -
nf the NortheastQuarter.
.Hf. are aa net forth .below, and all Southwest. Section Quarter 11. Township 31 Sanford Herald concurs adding "In I I a.
perms cltilinlng by, through or un :21) \ Hereford and Short Horn Bulls
der them : South Itnnge :32: East containing fact he I I. not to be confused at all J. I
acrea. more or "
Charlca R. .'rlt.. Chepop, Knneac :i :24!\II. : The Kant: Half fit thAQ.'trl..r If vote know him well." .lr.:::
Henry Kiirt. Snulhwest '
Frederick Snillh. Jr., DeWllt :Ne- Section 3, Townahlp 1)4 Mouth Sugar production In the United tr: For Sale .

lini.kn. I Hanire x 1 Eaxt.: containing 20 acrea, States has been curtailed with y W
I'. Outerhi'rg, W4 Ewing Street.Helena. more or Itca.TItAl'T "
Montana. I 2:. .1,: The M'eat Half of the Florida prevented from producingeven -il TESTED AND 100 PER CENT FREE OF .
P. Oatlicrg, i>44 Ewlng Street. Ilekna.Montana. Sonthweit' Quarter of the Northeast
Townahlp II South enough to meet its own needs,
' : Quarter Section 10. ijf : BANGS DISEASE
Millie ('. R, Bedell., AdinlnlHtratrUEKtatP I Kange 3:1| East containing 20 a,'rea. on the theory that off-shore area, a ,
of (;uv W. Bedell decMneil In ore er less,
ArrowHiulth Illinois I TIIACT 3SH.LThe: : East Half, *f the particularly Cuba should be pro

Roialex Bedell Motchklmi, lOIIVt Soiithweiit Quarter of the Northeast Cuba li InterestedIn ALL ARE ,
tected. "Now not
Harvey Street Belolt. Wla. Quarter. Section IA. Townahlp 81 REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO
Howard: ('leaver ,1jS Lall.lnlr Street Smith, Ksnge M East pontulnlng 20 selling us molasses at 12c a gallon I .
Cnr'lnn Michigan, acres, more or less. REGISTRATION '
J. B. Kltterer I'ligah Iowa. TRACT 237-x. : The East Half of line they can get five time

Selma ('. Doelt hill: H, Lyndule, I, 'he Southeast Quarter nf the North- that amount for the stuff shipped
Mlnneapolla. Mtnneaota.A. \\'.'Nt Quarter. Section 14, Townahlp .14
E.' Tbnmaa % I.. O. Hhanefelt. South, Range :\.1 East containing 20 to the mainland In the form of beverage .
Long I'lnn. Nebraaka.Owar acres, time or I lex*. Aboard ship the men fall In it the
I'edi-raen 4:::M Fortieth Ave. TKACT 2W-L' The West Half of the alcohol, gin and rum point order of "Pipe muster." On land

Alllllloap"II.lInnpI"I... Northeast Quarter nf the Southeast out Business Week In it. current laaue. the bugler sounds ""Assembly! But
A, A. (I'vbnon Weat 1t' 'w"or. Maa Ouarter. Section 30. Townnhlp S4 LELAND C. PEARGEOKEECHOBEE
J. J, k .1. K. Page, 1I'jOorlb: 10th South, Kange 3,1 East containing 20 If allowed to expand its Everglades no natter where the bugle Is used .'
Street.' Nortliwood. Iowa.J'lunncii acres more nr leas.Til thousands must be bought out ol
.:. nuhh lI'd. N, A'lama' Art \ao.VI.1 Lots 2. 3. 6 and TIn operations the United States
Star Route, Leilngtoii Neb, Block' 10 ef Townalte of Deesa lae- Sugar Corporation could materially the money we arc Investing in War eJ
Mm. Ella I'. Iviornmo. :-0. Adatua cording to plat of the Southern Bonds Back the attack with aa extra :-
dated JAnuarY Increase the nation1 civilian and Industrial FLORIDA
Star Route. Leilngtnn Neh.Jamia Colonisation Company !
I1M Bowl In tbe Jrd War Leaa. .',
Wilson 16 E. Mildred Avenue, IS.: 19IJ s lot Os.eola --
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iiii No Hope for Army!

SOCIAL NEWS Men Without Wood'

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.n.n-==-n n n-=: =n=a Says AAA AideWithout i\

Miss Constance Finger who has to the disciples, and said Take, eat)

pent the past seven months at this Is my body. And he took the

Sweotwatcr, Texas, where the was cup, and gave thanks, and gave It to production of lawlogs,
I 1 pulpwood, veneer and plywood logs,
In training with the Ferry Com- them, saying, Drink ye all of CHECK !
chemical woods, charcoal and a variety -
nand spent the past week-end in (Matt 26:26: 27). It"l I I
I. Of other products of the for
Okeechobee coming over from her The Lenson-Sermon also Includesthe
: est, America's fighting men could 'r
home at Fort Myers. She has resigned following passage from the I:1
hold no hope of victory In a modernwar
from the Ferry Commandand Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand
C. W. Milliard, chairman of the
will make her home with her Health with Key to the Scrip-
county AAA committee and head of
parents at Fort Myers. tures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "His !
the Okecchobe County USDA War
followers, sorrowful and silent, anticipating
Board, declared this week. i
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Hendry were the hour of their Mas
"See that tree over there" he''
Visitors at Fort Tierce last Friday ter's betrayal, partook Of the heavenly -
said, pointing a finger at a nearby
night where they went to attend the manna, which of old had fed I
14-Inch pine. "Well, just for an ex- ;,
joint Installation of officers of the In the wilderness the persecuted
ample, I'm told,that a tree that size'
Masons and Eastern Star.0 .. folowers of Truth. Their bread Indeed -
would furnish enough nitrocellulose i
came down from heaven. It
to make smokeless powder for i& of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan ZelmenovltZ was the great truth of spiritual be-
those 105 millimeter shells. Better ,
returned to their home here Monday ing, healing the sick and casting out
than that, It would make enough By keeping tab on Printing requirementsand
after spending several days In error. Their Master had explained It smokeless powder for 7,600 roundsof :
Miami. Theyat tended the Orange nil before, and now this bread was "
rifle ammunition.
Bowl football game there Saturday. feeding and sustaining them" (p. I
And then the War Board chairman -
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Mr. and Mrs. W A. Markham, Sr., -- -- ". proceeded to tell of many of I placing order several days in advanceof
the other military uses for wood, your
left Wednesday for their home In GEMS: FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK
pointing. out that wood goes into the i
Lowry, Va., after spending ten days
manufacture of about 1,200 articlesof r.
In Okeechobee with Mr. and Mrs TIME
equipment and supply for the
Allen Markham and Mr. and Mrs, There are no fragments so precious

Roscoe Markham. as those of time, and none are army"Take, navy pulpwood, and other," he armed continued.forces delivery date, you will aid us materially to

-o- so heedlessly lost by people who
"A soldier on the battlefield uses
County Judge T, W. Conely, Jr, cannot make a moment, and yet can
about 40 different contain.
returned to his home here yesterday waste years.--Montgomery.
ing paper, made from pulpwood.
afternoon after spending several Regret for time wasted can be.
That same small tree over there better and reduce the chances of
days In Tallahassee on, business. come a power for good I In the time would provide enough pulp to make give you a job to
-o- that remains. And the time that re
113 weather-proof fibre containers
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Markham, Sr. mains Is time enough, If we will only
for a soldier's K ration, or 80 weath
and Mr. and MVs. Allen Markham stop the waste and the Idle, useless.
er-proof containers for canned or
were among those from here who at. regretting.-Arthur Brisbane.
tended the Orange Bowl football With each returning year, higher frozen foods delay To complete a job of printing many opera

game In Miami Saturday.V joys, holier alms, a purer peace and "For those that are wounded, It'll

V diviner energy, should freshen the provide pulp enough for 3DO corrugated

Furnished apartments or fragrance of being-Mary Baker blood plasma containers and

houses. Call or see E. V. McCollum Eddy. for the prisoners, it'll make 70 I tions are The type form must be
and Co., Southland Hotel. 30 In time thero Is no present weather-proof containers for Red necessary

V In eternity no future.In Cross prisoner-of-war packages"

WANTED: Drivers for pick-up eternity no past. Paper is a war necessity, Mr Hit-

trucks Also surveyors helpers. See -Tennyson. liard pointed out and it plays a part

E.Hotel.V. McCollum & Co., Southland 30 Dear Land flees to; which Desires forever in every to soldier's his discharge life from It fa'his necea-induction set then properly spaced out; a proof drawn and

T Time doth no present to our grasp sary a both ends of the production

CHURCHES OF CHRIST allow; I line-from the laying of blueprintsto {
SCIENTIST In the fix'd Eternal shall we
Say the final use of the equipment or
seize read corrections made and locked in chase for
IUI| :llcs Involved. It Is necessary for ; a
"SACRAMENT" Is the subject of At last the fleeting Now the shipment of food and equip

the Lesson-Sermon which will be -Bulwer-Lytton ment, providing a safeguard against

a read In Churches of Christ, Scientist Beloved, he not ignorant of this the elements, Insects Or other dam

throughout the world on Sunday one thing, that one day Is with the :
o January 9. Lord as a thousand years, and a age. the press. Sometimes every letter of a form ex-

The Golden Text Is: "The breadof thousand years as one day.--II Peter "And don't forget," he said, "that
God Is he which cometh down 38.: billions of board feet of our forest

life unto V- --- trees arc needed.n. ___ _for__ war construe
from heaven, and giveth .

" r. o.., : -7:',- I the Among world"the(John citations 6:33): ). which com I POLITICAL tion-for structures barracks for factories and other producing military cept one or two, will print on the press. The ones \ '' '

prise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following war, goods, for ships and planes,

from the Bible: "And as they and cargo bodies for all types of ve

were eating, Jesus took bread, and I, ANNOUNCEMENT hicles. Why, it takes about a thirdof

blessed It, and brake It, and gave It a million feet just to build the
-- -- --- .. .. -.-- -- shipyard scaffolding for one aver- that do not print must be worked on; ink must

-:-:-:..:":-:..:-:..:":-:-:..:.:-:-:-:+Mo>O+O FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE age-siZed shin,
<+:..:":-:..:-:-:":-:-:..:-:..:+:- "Ever>where you look, you'll find
that wood Is playing a big part In

Gilbert Theatre I wish to announce that I am a I' this ar--ln ship planking, in gunstocks have attention stock must be cut and the
candidate for as Representative In shell casings, in hospital paper
Okecchobe In the Florida Legislaturefor
sanitary waddings, and even In parachutes > -
Okeechobee County In the com-
because are
many parachutes
Friday and Saturday ing primary election. Your continued made of rayon."

After Midnight support will W be J. appreciated.(BILL) HENDRY stressed The War the Board part that chairman veneer also and I I job run on the press'and when the work is com-

plywood are playing in the war
With Boston FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE "Those mosquito planes that have

BlackieChester wish to announce COUNTYI that I am a been plywood bombing," he!said Berlin, "and are It |goes I made Into of pleted the type must be distributed for use on the

candidate for the office of sheriffof
PT boats and other navy craft, just
Okeechobee County In the Demo to mention two of Its uses But thatlan't
Morris cratic Primary election to be held In
all, by any means Plywood :is
May, 1944. I served as State Game used to build training planes, ware. next order. This
Frontier Fury.. Warden for eleven years and feel house barracks, hutments, propellers not include wrapping and
that I that will
gained experience wing coverings. motor cowlings,
Charles StarrettAlso greatly benefit me In the sheriff's battery separators, and gun turrets."

office I solicit your vote and sup lie especially cited charcoal as an

: CARTOON AND LATE NEWS port In the coming primary and If essential in the metals and chemical bindery operations or delivery.

elected to this Important office I Industries, since it Is used for

Sunday & Monday will serve the people of th Countyto smelting ore and making special

the best of my ability. metals and alloys. It also Is used,

R. E, (BOB) PADGETT he said, for making chemicals used
Mickey Rooney and
In the manufacture of rayon for
Frank Morgan FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE tire cords and parachutes ,for purification .

IN COUNTYI purposes, for munitions,
take this opportunity to, announce masks, meat curing livestock
gas guns
The Human that I am a candidate for feed, and seed inoculants GIVE US YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR

the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee .
One sfngle cord of wood would ..

1 ComedyAlso County In the Democratic Primary make about 40 bushels of charcoal.
to be held In May. I will appreciateyour He voiced an appeal to farmers

: WAR NEWS AND COMEDY vote and support. Of Okeechobee county to wake use : SATISFACTION

of til* after-harvest lull to produce t

Wednesday Only Contending that "the efficient dls. sewlogs, pulpwood and other forest

tribution of drugs, medicines and products of war, He urged, however,

that they contact a forester about
p health supplies Is vital to victory,
J Jinx FalkenburgIN the National Wholesale Druggists prospective market. before cutting,

Association announced thru Its and then to follow approved selective

Two Senoritas president, L, I. Fitschen, that Its cutting practices in order that
1944 project would be directed to their woodlands might make the
maximum contribution to the war
ward solving the manpower problemand
Chicago reducing the heavy labor turn and yet be maintained In good grow-1

over In wholesale drug houses which Ing condition for future years
ANDY CLYDE COMEDY has reached the danger point. He called'' especial attention to the The Okeechobee News
Timber Production War Project re-
BINGO cently set up by the U. S. Forest

,t. Service at the request of the War
$60.00 Grand Prize ELECTRICAL WORK ,
Production Board with a view to

increasing forest products output.

Coming Attraction The TPWP program, he said, may
"DESTROYER"st ; best be utilized by farm woodland

.. owners to find suitable markets for
"CABIN IN THE SKY" S f -" theli timber.Advertise.

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