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 14, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 30 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 14, 1944 Price Five Cents i

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News Of Our BoysIn FIRST TO QUALIFY 'Fishing ProhibitedAll FOR GOVERNOR I Senator J Ed Baker Announces r .

Various CampsAt Times Within II I He Is Candidate for Governor of .

Home & Abroad Ahr One Mile of Beach I Florida In Democratic PrimariesLocal

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G,.ralii Letherman arrived mOkiiehobeu Umatilla Jan. 13 J. Edwin BIker
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: Emphasizing imminent danger toomiiiri'ial Water Supt. Is
last week and 'in spending I State Senator representing the
(' Fishing' boats and other t : _
"i two weeks' furlough here with : ; too Given Certificate By twenty-third Senatorial District,
craft entering or approaching
h' parents. ,.4ue to a restricted eoastal area State Board of HealthC Lake County, announced today that

I .,Mirth of Fort Pierce Inlet, used by he Is a candidate for the office of J\\

In a letter! received here this th Naval Amphibious Training base d'L C McCain. Water Superintendent Governor of Florida, subject to the

w, k from Corporal Glenn Chandler for the of Okeechobee Democratic
i I hi-fi,'. the Coast Guard announced City Primary to be held In
who is with the United States Arms' tdie f has received a letter from the State May. Senator Baker has been prominently -
Monday offshore limits of the tone
in Italy he tells his parents Mi a. ( hav. been moved another half mile Board of Health In which they state mentioned as a possible candidate e

and Mrs John Chandler, that he it e ii" icawarcl. he paused the examination recently during the past several weeks

gutting along fine. He asked to send r2J held and has been classified. a and his many friends throughout '

him the Okeechobe News as he Fishing Is now prohibited at all class "C" operator of the Florida the state have been awaiting his

wants to keep up with the news at'' Mine' in waters within one mile of L1LL .1 Water Works Operators Association formal announcement.

beach in a strip extending northward I
home. i In the letter from Acting Director Although comparatively new In

from the north Jetty of Fort J. B. Miller he that the
j states
politics, Senator Baker Is well known
Corporal Teddy Greenberger arrived t Pierce inlet 10 and one-half ...11 ee. : Edwin Baker certificate will bo mailed Mr. Mc throughout the state, Floridians

In Okeechobee Wednesday The danger tone also extends 100 I Cain In the near future. 'generally are well acquainted with

night and Is spending a ten day*' ; yard Inland from the water's edge. I I Western Union Moved to V 'his background, his family and his .

furlough her with his parents :Mi : L. L. Stuckey Capt. J. E. Whitbeck Seventh
and' Mrs. Leo Greenberger. Teddy in naval district Coast Guard officer I I New Quarters This Week Dr. D. S. Freeman
Senator Baker was born In Plant .
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stationed with the cavalry at Fort I Miami said three lighted buoys will I ---
City Hillsborough County, and Is
Riley Kansas, mark the offshore limits of the restricted '" The Western Union ,

I L. L. Stuckey Is area, as follows: 'I[ Company moved their office Telegraph this Speaker Southern forty-four ears old. His father, the

late George B. Baker; was a native.
Among the first political an- The southernmost, flaehlng'white week Into the
formerly occupied -

nouncements of the new political ) First to QualifyIn every four seconds, has been placed ,I by R. E. Hamrlck_ as a law Baptist Hour Sun. of served Hamilton for many County years, Florida as sheriff, and of

reason for an office In this county Just far enough from the north office Their office had been located ,
Palm Beach County. His mother,
cam from a soldier Staff SergeantPaul Race jetty to prevent boatmen from con in the Park Drug Store since they
Congress Mrs Julia McLendon Baker, was
Wongrey of the Army Air fusing it with channel buoys. The moved from the old Western Union Dr. Douglas Southall Freeman, r
I born and reared In Pike County,
Forces has thrown his hat Into the second, from south to north, flash Office that Is now occupied by the editor of the News-Leader-of Richmond I' Georgia. Senator Baker is married

ring as a candidate for reelectionto Pahokee, Fla., Jan. -Encourag-- ing red every four seconds, marksan 0. K. Garage Virginia, will be the speaker and has two sons, John Edwin, Jr.,
the office of County Prosecuting ',' approximate midway point along I I on the program of The Southern
ed by hometown and district-wide In moving 'the company has made age twenty-one, who Is in the U. S.
The local soldier was Baptist Hour at 7:30 CWT-8:30
Attorney. support in his race for congress L. the eastern boundary. The third I Z. K. Williams their local agent and I Army Field Artillery, and Robert
elected to that office In 1940 for a' buoy, also flashing red four EWT-next Sunday morning, Jan.
L Stuckey Puhokoe farmer and every I| he is now In charge Ramond, age ten. Senator Baker I.la .
and served a little I' 16th, according to the Radio Corn.r I
four year term business man, paid hm qualification seconds, mArks the northern extremity .. past governor of the Florida District

more than a year before obtaining I fee to Secretary of State R. A. of the danger zone. within the designated zone make It of Kiwanis, past president of
Governor I I I
a leave of absence from |: Gray in Tallahassee on :Monday of According to Capt. C. Gulbranson imperative that vessels remain out- the State Elks Association, put

Holland to enter the service His this week. :Mr. Stuckey is the firstof commanding officer of the NATB, sub le the line of buoys at all timesto president of Umatilla Parent-Teach
lasts until the | I '
absence only
leave of
a group of several candidates to certain dangerous training activities protect lives and property 4 ers Association, a director of the
end of this year when the four-year
I qualify In the race for congress State Chamber of Commerce and ll
which he elected expires.
term to was from the newly Created Sixth Dis- ;
now serving his second term ai
In order for him to retain the
I 'Ir
trlMA president of the Lake County Chamber
back home I
office when he comes
Stuckeyfor-Congreaa club was ,4i of Commerce. He Is a member

from the war at any time subsequent be organized In Canal Point and Pa Too Late to ClassifyBy of the Presbyterian Church, Masons .
to this year, he Must first
hokee this week with a large number I Elks and American Legion.
re elected In this year's elections
of local supporters who plan to "Ed," ae Senator Baker 1s popularly
Sergeant Wongrey has just succeeded
In obtaining permission from I assist Mr. Stuckey In his campaign. Russell Kay. I known, is a veteran of World

the War Department In Washington Local headquarters will be set up 6.vA War I, having enlisted In the U. S. t

to be allowed! to run for ) In Pahokee from which the cam With the primaries a little There Is* moro.than enough anti- hw1rj Navy at the age of eighteen.. When' e

The permission was re-eJnctlon.'l paign will be conducted."I than three months away, the germ'Green sentiment to'defeat the Ge"n: ,. discharged from active service .h. < ww ,

under an Army Regulation am particularly happy over the of political ambition Is tleman from Starke if It could be returned to West Palm Beach,

lows a soldier to seek re-election toa large number of local friends who stir In the hearts of gubernatorial centered behind one strong candidate which had been his home sine
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political office, providing that the : have signified their I Intention of aiding aspirants and Indications are that It but this opposition so far has ,fib 1901 In 1921 he engaged in the re-

soldier held the office at the timeh. me In my race b} Joining the may reach the stage of an epidemic.The been unable to settle on anyone and tail clothing business, operating his

<> entered the service. I club," :Mr. Stuckey said. At the sec race, which began with the seems to be In danger of becoming own store until 1930. From 1939( to A

In making public his announce. ond meeting of the club scheduled announcement of Lex Green to be even more divided. April, 1934, he was business manager

mcnt Sergeant Wongrey made the for early next week Mr. Stuckeywill followed by Caldwell, Graham and I Both Graham and Caldwell have of the Palm Beach Times, a dally: .

following statement: appear and extend his personal Upchurch, will In all probability see made progress since they enteredthe Dr. Douglas S. Freeman newspaper He can to Umatilla in

"I 1 wish to announce to the people thanks to the gathering for their an entry list of ten or twelve before I rare. Graham has succeeded in mlttee of the Southern Baptist Convention April of 1934 to "erve as superintendent -

of my county that I am a candidate interest in his race the final date for qualification lining up some splendid support and S. F. Lowe of Atlanta, I of the Harry-Anna Crip

rolls around. considering the short time he has I pled Children's Home, and continued
fur. re-election to the office of This week, when Informed of organization chairman.Mr. .

Prosecuting Attorney of Okeechobee of the Stuckeyfor-Con From the State' most authorative been active has perfected a state organization Lowe announces that Dr. Free. In that position until January 1,

County. gress club, Mr. Stuckey said: "A* a listening posts comes informationthat second only to Green. man, Pulitzer Prize Winner and when he resigned preparatory to entering

State Superintendent of Public Discounting the publicity gained the gubernatorial race.
member of congress there are certain
announcementwith ,
1 am making this holder of 12 honorary degrees
the full understanding that I and definite objectives I shall Instruction Colin English can be expected through the Initial announcements, visiting Professor of Columbia Unlversitv. I In 1942 Senator Baker was electedto

strive to attain. I shall point out to make his formal which was about equal for all can the State Senate to fill the un-
-hall be unable to devote any time author of "Robert E. Lee.
to campaigning because within avary specifically what they are to members soon Another announcement didates', Graham has probably received and now-completing the last volume"Lee'l expired term of former Senator,

of the club and they will be ed "certain" to enter the race Is the most general press com- !Major Thomas H. Cooley. He was
short time I expect to go over- of Lieutenants, Is peculiarly j
the Incorporated In campaign literature State Senator J. Ed Baker of Umatilla. ment with Caldwell second, Green ehalrn.an of the 1943 Senate Committee
sum again. However, I do want qualified to discuss his subject, "A
of The labor announced and Upchurch trailing on Public Welfare and a
people back In Okeechoboe Countyto which Is now In process prep Ira. press Free Church v! A Free State."
all tion." Raymond Sheldon of Tampa several Should Colin English announce, it member of the committees on Appropriations
know that I will appreciate The programs on The Baptist
towardsn I I V I weeks ago and the Senator admits It would prove more harmful to Gra- Public Schools, Citrus
the help that Is given me Hour can be heard In our state *
''II his plan to run. Representative hum, Caldwell and Upchurch thanto and Fruits, County Organization, Engrossed -
\' re-tlectlon. over Stations WFTL, WRUF
W. A. (Bill) Moore Joe Jenkins of Gainesville has been Green, for he would take votes Bills and Miscellaneous
returned to the I WJAX
Sergeant Wongrey J
Resigns As Manager Bounding out sentiment during the from them rather than from the Legislation.
states about six months ago from These religious broadcasts are
Local Telephone Office past two weeks and can definitelybe Congressman.The "Our state," Senator Baker'eald,
service in South America and Panes I, carried on an Independent Southern
numbered among those "serious. same hold. true In the case satisfactory "Is In excellent condition today: ;
Network of 34 stations, giving
: %V. A. Bill ) :Moore who has been I II ly considering. of J. Ed Baker, who probably would to the area from however, continuing governmental
lie Is now stationed with a heavy coverage 1
the local manager for the Inter In the meantime in hotel rooms, do these same candidates plenty of the responsibilities and post-war readjustments
Seaboard Including
Walker ,
bombardment squadron at I 1 the Eastern
County Telephone Company here over conference tables and even on harm especially In Lake and Palm and will present many problems
of the far Southwest
Army Air Field Victoria, Kansas. I I states
V since 1925 has resigned that place street corners your attentive ear can Beach counties. Should Petteway of Middle West Mr. Lowe expresses which the Individual states i

and accepted the place as managerof catch the names of a number of Miami and Farrior of Hillsborough satisfaction that "Eight of these 34 must solve for themselves. InitiativeIn 4

Local Cattlemen Attend the Clewiston office of the name I other alleged "dark horses" who toss their sombreros Into the ring, stations are 60,000 watt In strength, state and local government, .

Meeting In Arcadia On company Ha will be In charge of I should not be discounted--Including it would only serve to further complicate four of which are clear channel stations sound Judgment and practical administration {I

the office which operates the com Judge Raleigh Petteway of Miami, I the picture, splitting the the to must be exercised to
Jan. 12th I I carrying program
pany at ClewUton Moore Haven, Rex Farrior of Tampa, Supreme anti-Green faction Into Just so many remote sections which do not maintain present day achievementand

LaDell and Immokalee. Court Justices Alto B. Aams and II.I more small groups without cutting some have satisfactory radio accomplish future advancement I II
Nathan Zelmenovitt, J. 0. Pearce. otherwise
Mr. Moore moved Okeechobeefrom L. (Tom) Sebrlng Dean Walter J'I Green's vote to any appreciable ex and stability"
jr., Roscoe Baas, C, A. and Randall to coverage I
:Matherly of the University FlorIda tent. I -V-
Arcadia In 1925 to
Fulford, S. C. Cornelius, Z. K. Wil V
and Carl Broreln of Tampa.As So far the position of announced Houchard
liam and Forest Pearce attendedthe manager of the local office for the 1 Joe Howell Was Chosen' Miss Frances
the matter now stands It ap- candidates, other than Green, is Farm .
meeting of the Florida Cattlemen's Inter County Telephone Companyand For Resigned from
been line that .tienri unP that- Lex-p- Green- .. -Is, itill the_ more or less obscure and Is deter. One of 34 Students
Association at Arcadia Wed has manager I Security AdministrationMiss
nesda '. time. lie will move Ml family to I man to beat. With a strong state mined primarily upon the wishful Southern College Chorus

) wide organization built up carefully thinking of the Individual following -
Clewiston he secure .
soon as can
of matters of interest Houchard who has
A number Frances
over a long period of time, an en. i that attaches Itself to the several Joe Howell, son of Rev. and Mrs.
discussed, I i a place to live. with the Federal
the cattlemen were ? been connected
Okeechobee has
viable reputation as a campaigner 'aspirant Each little group or co. W. R. Howell, of ,
them the necessity for some Kenneth McMullen who has been Adnflnlstratlon In
among and a name familiar\ to more people terse that has made a definite choice been chosen one of 34 students at Farm Security
additional laws governing the ship employed by the company for the Okeechobee County for the past
I than any other candidate, to lay: naturally voices Its faith and hope Florida Southern College for the
of cattle over the railroads past several years becomes the new ( months has resigned that
ment eighteen
nothing of a valuable "franking In ultimate victory, but the fortune regular college chorua.
V'Rev manager here and has already taken effective February first.
privilege" that permit him to flood of candidates vary with each changeof Selection was made by Dean Colin position '

Alderman to Leave charge the malls with reprints of Congressional the political winds, which as yet O'More, head of the music school. Min Houchard has taken a very ac,-
In the change Mr. amall farmer
In the
Monday to Attend Fla. Record bull, banana oil and have hardly begun to stir. The regular Florida Southern Singers tin Interest
Moore stated that he regretted very In effort to help
baloney, he ft easily In the numberone Whispered conferences In hole of 40 mixed voices will not be of the county an
Baptist i ConventionRev. much to leave Okeechobee but that I I sufficient farm food
position. rooms, dignified speeches before I formed this year, according to Dean i i them produce
I this was a decided advancement and In talking of her
I Millard Caldwell occasional handshake O'More because of loss of male for their own pee
of the With the entry of civic clubs and an
0. pastor
D. that h* made the change because It Mlsa Houchard stated
Church, will and Ernest Graham In the race never elected a governor voices to the armed forces These resignation
Okeechobee Baptist much better Job. know at this ttm*
was a she did not
for Bradenton where I I It appeared that Green would not Pretty soon somebody will qul singers have been heard In many that i
leave Monday V I she would go but that ah*
he will spend next week attendingthe i escape this time by being electedIn pussyfootin' and get to campaignIng cities In Florida and other states. where
take special
to a
of the Florida Baptist Dipping to eradicate the cattle In first primary and the prospect In earnest, and when that happens The chorus recently organized will expected
meeting the
work that II 1 similar to
which will be in session fever t ck, started In other Southern of Sheldon cutting him down In then we can begin to get somi sing at college entertainments and some
Convention with the
states In 1906 and In Florida in hi* own fields made it look even I Idea of what's and who'i who. Untl I In the chapel, and willbe featuredIn work she has been doing
there. Administration.
So far Rev. Alderman will be the 1913, was concluded on December 1. more doubtful. Then came Senator then, most folks are too concern the great program of Russian Farm Security YNews

from here to attend 1913. The tick has finally been ( Frank Upchurch to further muddythe with their own affair and too bus],. music to be given during Founders'

only person eradicated. waters and split the slat vote. to worry about politics Week at Florida Southern College printing satisfies.

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Unknown heirs of Gotllli'b thus, Uu. \VITMCSS: :" m\ III'lid unit, offlilulen,,' 1 U. S. Senate Office
11.nm..1.l nf. this Court. thin the Sib day ..r Finally Eradicated Alert to Detect And'
Published Every Friday by the '],ho follow Inn pi-mom' whoio nil Jumiun. A. D. 1UI4.nit ,I --
Okeechobee News Co, at Okeechobee ,ilreH.". arc unknown If iillve, Hiiil I IdiiMMl ItI \\' IN" \\IILIAMS, Cluck Millard .B. Conklin of Dayton

Okeechobee County, Florida their unknown heirs nnil/ol I nlinil "Sinus, Ilist nut CmirSinilliorii I I Beach today officially announced,
I 11..11111.'I", nniiKa and uddreuses. IHairlit of t'I..II"fllt From United StatesFlorida Prevent Sabotage
an unknown : _lli Jilllun A. lllnke, Deputy Clurl his candidacy for the United State

BRYANT BOWDEN ......-..... EdItor I Mr.. HUH 'I'. 'I'btroll'atc.. ( .) I Senate and Issued the following .
A 0. II 0 III bOil Ai'rnsT: A 'I'HI"I.J COPY
Entered as second class matter M I. 1' MubirtyAirrnl UltWlN,: : IIMI.I.I\MS!!, Clerk and other Southern states staten'ent : In the light of the failure of Ger
M. Stlirlnu unil wife 1:. H, iHtrlit Court
July 1, 1914 at the Poet Office liOkffchobee I D II. 1'lflVnliuiigli "Southern Iu at,riot of Florida are at last frc-i of the, rattle fever "In announcing my candidacy for many' submarine campaign and

Florida under the \\MILI1EA- petition fur iundiinnull..n U)' D-piily\iinn' M. Mlti'hi II, ticks, after 40 year of eradication I the Senate seat you held by Claude. continued Nazi reversals in Europe, I
flli.l nil the Utb' Uu.v Clerk
Act of March 8, 1m. | of' lubriiury has been, A I'. 1U4J, In lliu I nltudMiiiiH -- -- effort in Home states and 30 yean Pepper, I respectfully submit to the the United States should be doubly I

IHHirlil uf Horlila I'nun by for the the, tjoiithuriIHmrlit I'nlteilIIIIIH NOTICE OF TAX*PrLirATION DEED: FOR in Florida, The U. S. Bureau of still free and sovereign people of: on the alert to detect and preventany

Reading notices In local columns, >I ol ,\III..rl iru\lh : \I. hereby' tfl\i Ihnt El torlut'nui
niuned | |
10 cent a line. Rates for dlsplaj 'lor the lonilumiiilliiii,I iiinii| iropi-r tuiupiiiHiitlun / 'Ithol.lir of lux iirtirinitiNo quarantine on 4,250 square miles of Win the WarI the future, Vice Admiral Russell R, I

advertising furnished on application fur use in t-uiim-itlon, wltb : 7lil, Issued the 7th iln\ nf ..InlvA and
IhiVioti I'nrk lioinhliiic Kiinge, .'lur ( Mil! nod Tux .rllfliulo" No territory, Including Collier I pledge my every effort to al Wacscha, Commandant, U. S. CoastGuard

Classified advertising, 3 cents lOii I und for such other uma ua Ins, lienut 177. 'I.011",1 the 1th day ofuituat. Hendry counties, Florida, and moat legislation that will hasten the early warns In a letter received by
each word per Insertion. All Items ,,, In.rlxrd hCnnirreMH nr lt\ t.xi-c'u' i .t. D I'.Ull Inn flli-il HIIIIII' hi mv "if- ,
of eight counties along the Rio and triumphant return of our boys J. Whitbcck Seventh naval
lux ,
,the orili. of I llu' lolltmlnif Ui m'rlhud I fluhim: iiinile npiillditliiii, for n Capt.
regarding enterprises conducted for liniiU, .111101 In okioiliuhu CuunlJ, hood" to. lie I..d. ihiri-uii Suhl Cortllliuti I Grande In I Texas. fro n foreign battle fields At the district Coast Guard officer.
profit are chargeable at rdverttelng Inrliln. to.wllI inliriiiea the following tie
ai rlbed property' III the Couut\ nlOkeeihobie For protection against reinfcita same time I refuse to see the forty- "While the military surrender of
rates. 'I IIVCT]' 131-1, : 'The Narth i>it (juarivr Stnte nf 1'lorlilu. to-wit : I
nf Ihi. :NorlhiiiHt ljwiiti-r. Soul ion Lois 1 lo 10 Im". llloik :a. Irltrrrvinrdeus tion a quarantine Ii maintained on eight stars In Our Flag, each representing the Italian government and recent
.'. owiiKlilp ,11 "Smith Itiinxe IIJ Kant (; S It nf n\\'i/ of "Stt'i. of Rio .
small buffer the State of
a zone along a sovereign our successes of our forces on the fightIng
uiori or K-aa 31 .',.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: I1 iiiiilnlny all acres tot\'li Sup. 17 rn p. ltd3.
I I 'I'It.\C'I'I' ] IIS: L : 'IhiHi.illh" Ihilf of The imxi-MiiiiiMit of sold preperty, uuill Grande Otherwise the United Union, supplanted by a singlt star fronts give us every right to be
One year In advance ................ $200 or ",lion J, .r mild Cerllflcnte Uaueil' Oils In the
Six months In advance ........... 1.00 lonimhlp tinSorthnint:1:1:): Mouth Ijuurter. liuiitfu iU hunt: nniiii- of 1'ukiioun States Is entirely free of cattle representing the bureaucrats and optimistic, it does not give us the
I" iiiiinliilng hi"'ri'M. more or haaIHM'T Inhita Hiili) Cortlfltnte ahull In reiliemeil fever tick quarantine. crackpots of Washington. We must, right to assume that the war Is
Three months In advance ........ .75 niiordliiif to law. properlviliairllml r.
I ] IH I. : flu Si.iiilH'im" Sell gunr lion Ilioroln shill lie unlil to the I I Eradication of the tick, which and shall, retain tho principle of practically won," the admiral said,
Nurthlasl l Umiiter
tin ofhe .
he Courihouxe dint
Advertising bIlla are payable on 17 lonnahlp" 3.1 "Smith. (Knniiu 3j Lint, highest ou the first lililili MoniltiIn,lit ( tin Mouth of was causing annual losses estimated state rights established by our In striking out at what he termed"a
the first of each month. Partletunkno..n I loiiliiliilnv III 111105. more nl Itsa.l'1tAUT 1'ohruurv:; l'4l w'lili h la the 7th dm at BO million dollars; was undertaken founding fathers.CIlt'RCJlES. rising complacency toward the
llill,:: The Nurlb llulf uf of 11"In" 'unrv. 11M4DnlMl .
to publishers required to I tinNorthinat: Quarter, M-ulnu iio, hula 7th ilu\ of ..liinuiiM Mil" by the United States Depart V threat of sabotage." 4 f

pay In advance. 'I'.wllohll'] :I.I "Hnnlh. limige :.11: F.nal (Seal! ) nOT R. JIAUIEHSON.! ment of Agriculture and cooperating OF CimiST,
nion or I K-i of
.iiinlnliiK, MI iicna Clerk Circuit Court )
- The Coast Guard's No. 1 admiral
'HtU'T 1171. : The SoutliniHt Uuarttr Okeechobce. County, Florida. state agencies in 1900. At least SCIENTIST"LIFE" :
of Hi-itlon 21, 'lownKiiip, ;il: South -- pointed out that saboteurs who were
Legal Advertisements IUIIIBI.M hunt: coiitiiliilnir 1DU acres, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR three states-North: Carolina, Tennessee Is the subject of the

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TIIVCT IM L : '1'bu'1'eal l Unit:North of Laws of 1(35Nollip eradicated the ticks from two or Churches of Christ, Scientist, man submarine, later captured, tried
NMTHP OK NM \L 'Itt'TISO: ''tll..rlb".t: Uunrlvr of the IK Unit Okeiiholiee -.
hi-n-liy 1(1\1'11
I and executed were Instructed by
Ol 1II'III"KIIIIII't HO OFOki not quill rh'r. Si'iilon J7. TowiiBlilp I 31 11I1'orl'.r"t..I.. holder of. IHI more, counties, however. throughout the world on Sunday
t"( MOHth ( III'Ml' II INK '5,111. 110. 'Kiinci :.1.1 Lust loniulnliitf 'M 1'l'rlll'h'IIIo'1.. IJ'l. Jll. IxauiilIhp The work was begun In Florida In January 10. and under orders of America's enemies
'I'ho annual' im-ethiv' nf HIP Stocklolilirs I ni'IIH flaunt or li-iia Iril ,ilnv of July, A. D IM'I\ !'. bas
filth in tiffinhna luiiile the of 1013, with dippingvats The Golden Text ill "This Is the i
nl tiki" "ihohie (ounl\ Hunk. nlniiklng TUUT HI.I I, : IhiNiirthenHt Qiiurnr mime mv : lip spring
) inrii| "riitloii iiinliir the laws of I the Hiiuthneat (I'll, rter, Soil Ion Illintlon,\ for n 'In it lien) t.. he laauedIhireou being constructed at Gainesville record, that God hath given to us "It would be folly to assume these
,.1 1 MIC Stiili.r. HiirldH will he heldun 4. 'lonimhtp 44 rinulh" Kmiicc 31: .::11.1. Sold" irllflintea einliruie, the
Dili !dm: nl January "Loiitalnlng 40 nirra. iimri or less follnuluv ilew'rlbi-d Ir""orlvn" \ the. and Daysville, in Alachua eternal life, and this life is in his enemies have no master plan for if
A. P. : thru mink; In the iifli : (['''nlll)' of OkiiK'lioliii-. suite of I'lorIII '
t 'rnonii nl Ilii' plan of bimlncsi of rUVCI 17U. 1.: 'lliiP.u I .t llulf of the ( to Wit : County Since its creation in 1923 Son" (I John 5:11): sabotage of ships and transports

mid tort"'rill"uln the CUv of ()kce- Northeaat junrter of the, Northeast, Lot VI phih. 'Twp, :14 It lie. :31I :\ the State Live Stock Sanitary Board Among the citations which comprise tion facilities In the Western Hemls.
, h..h'p, loilihi I nt which time or at IJinirlor Si-itlon II, 'Jownnhii Hoiiih Lot I 1:1.:) Si.i IH 'I'up. 14: Hil":1: :
tin time I" nhl t <'u rind meeting filly Hiinife J'l .HiiHt tontiitnltitf Join Lot. I II. "S1o. :r.. T"p.| :!14, lltfi. :II: has been tho cooperating state the Lesson-Sermon Is the following phere," he said F
In iiilJiMirncil, n Hoard of lrottom/ for .n K. inorior li .aT1UCT 1111 4. Sei. :III, Iwp. 'II. IlKi. II 1
thi eiisiiiuirvnr will lu eloeted and 1"0,I. : The Hint llulf of the The aaieaiment of said property oniler agency In this work. In the early from the Bible : "How excellent There have been 1,023 cases of

li'r the trnnsiirllnn of mull other hull- Virlhenat junrter of "' "011 I.Aotnor.. situ Ci'rtlll< iiti>S iHHiinl, wna In days of the work College of Agriculture Is thy loving-kindness, 0 God! sabotage since Dec 7, 1941, he re-
.lohii t. M 1. -
ii''. tbnt iniiv roperlr come before Section 14 Township 34 SouihIliinti Ihi IIIIIIOK, "rI' II
mild meeting lir :t.l UiiKt, iiiiiliilntiiK I .U Hina, \\'. I'. Skullii ,ninl,, .I..ai...ph animal husbandmen, assistedby therefore the children of men put vealed and the FBI has already Ie' "' .

lulled at Okc-eeholieo, PlorMn. tills more or liTIUCT .... F,'hiirnilin" C. F. Dawson then theIr trust under the shadow of thy I I
the late Dr. cured 471 convictions under which
.7t h day of I 'in'ember A. I), 1VI3 Theett llulf of I'nleag lAid Certlfloatei shall be redeemed {
,it'iirimrnlp' Seal) the S'III inest lU3.L Quartir: nf the South Recording to law, property delerlhed veterinarian with the State Board of vings. They shall be abundantly 1 sentences totaling more than 1,000 '
IIKtI'llu\lI-E:I: : ClU MY B\\K :U! I therein hall be sold to theiltthent
1. Townnlilp
1U i:. 0 Kllnatrlik: Jr. nut gunner Sutlon.1.1 East. roiitulnllin -II bidder at the Courthouse door Health, and the late Senator C. F. satisfied with the fatness of thy I years have been passed. L

('Mall er ,lonlh n'n'M. more Uanve or li-na in IVbrunry the firm. VI4I! Monday I whlih In In the ih.'month iili day of Barber of Mncclcnny, president of house; and thou Shalt make them I The need for greater precautions 1

'I IIACT 1113.1. :: The Ello\ llulf uf tb11'.t .if I.. >OTH fc Ol INTrNTION: TO Hit olhi i the State Live Stock river thy pleasures as the tempo of our war effort In.
\ llulf of the :Nonhiimt ginirti D."llnl I III71' li din, ..I' .Im noun VIII '
M IlhUFBY I :AMIMirilE GIVES that Southwest Qunrter. Soul Ion 2Jlonimhlp I (Seal)) ROY R. HAUIERSON: took tho lead For with thee Is the fountain' of creates the hazard of sabotage was
I '1111 33 Uuatonluliilnj .
14 South II Circuit Court of
: lie Clerk
1'iirnuant tn Swill 11 ill, Clmi'lnr 10 at'rea, more or li an. Okeechobee County FlorIda. In spite of the fact that tick life : in thy light shall we see emphasized in the admiral's letter
sole. l.nn of Florida. Aets of 11)41
mill, ,,,I Pntlim 1.7: rhnptpr 11717. !.ow, TH\IT I'W.I, : The \\'..t llulf oftVmt --V eradication through dipping of cattle Ight" Pi. 36:7-9). "It Is our responsibility to see I
uf .'I..rl"1.In uf I'lil\ : a< amended \ Half of the "Southwest liunrti
the The Lesson-Sermon also
I "'e1I1I1I ''Ilonimhlp : WrittenIn every two weeks during that nothing happens to our harbors j jor
l>v Keitlim 11. f Impier SIKIVS' I I awi of if Ih \urthi-HHt: ijiinrter Final Chapter
Plortdn) \ Aim nf 1\111.\ thi- following :14 South Mange :33 Knnt grazing: season for one or more the following passage from the to the ships that use them to de- i .
described land In ukteibiilioe Cuiintv, """III 1111 liar lu atria tnore or lianTUACT Interesting Story of
t I'Inridn to wit : i 2(131( : The1'1'st hilt of tears was freeing the cattle and the Christian Science textbook, "Science liver men materials and machines Ito

R'1 of 1-KV: of SWt, of NHl-i. Ser. the "Southwest Quarter nf the Snulli' Fever Tick Eradication country of a serious pent opposition ind Health with Key to the Scrip- the war fronts," he concluded '
211 :'I 37 Hire. 31 Si-illon 21 Towimhlp 14
\\ : il'i. ;offi-n, for iiilp at public South Qunrter Itiiutfi' HI Kual: uiitiilnhiK .0 developed to the dipping campaign. ture." by Mary Baker Eddy: V

mill hit 'DP sulijeri for I Ihr In llurlL'ht liltthpKt and of the l>eat llonrdof mill "acres. limn ..r I lean The final chapter has been writ I So intense did it become on occasion 'Spirit' and all things spiritual are

iiiiiilHnlnni.ru of Kterglndes Drain- 1IUCT Jl 1I1 I. : The Northwest Si-itlon gnnrir :, ten in the story of cattle fever tick that dipping vats were blown up I he real and eternal Because Life Little News Ads pay big
of the "HiiuthttiMit Quarter ,
IHntrtit, In rp" .H| ,'t am ninl all I '
llo '
Mds at Ihirniiriliuiiiio. lieitlnnlng nt 23. 'liinnnhli) :II Xoiilh Itiinve aa': eradication, a saga alriost as Interesting and even murder was committed.The u God, Life must be eternal, selfixlstent. I
mini ndoik. A M. on the :aril dn' if 1:11.I: lohlulnliiK' 40 nina. more orImi4 by the '
as any produced last two counties in Florida Life is the everlasting I ::;:; . .. . . .
lilirimn. lull\ Dim tiient fur .lrnl 1111110 \ ... .. .... ......... .......
of .". .". .".".".".".".".".". .". ..
fingers ,
unit rpilainatliin null road purposes TKVCr ins 1. The Soiithweiit Quartir quick-ehooting trigger Collier and Hendry-to be released I IM, the Being who was and Is and
will he rmem-il\ of the Soulhwi-Kl( Quurter' of the
Town the old'est 1 or the keen scientific held under shall be, whom nothing can erase"
no.vicn OF eu\I\iiSSI(1VERa :\nrthwent Qunrter, Si-i'llmi M front quarantine were

OK TIt1C'rIlv\'F.Hr..UIJoii: : l'IUIOHiEl'I : _hug loll'1 in: nrrrs"South, more ItniiKP or:II: IK Kiml. '. loiituln minds. of tho microbe hunters The I quarantine longer yian they would. I I (fp. 2S9: 29-30, 32-2). DO YOU FEEL

Uiiv It. Itnulornon. 'I-KMT '.1I1.:: : The Kant Half of the last two counties In FloridaCollierand have been by delay in killing -- --v
(link of i In- Ireult t'onrt ofcikeerhobee of the \orthinutQunrtrr all of
Count''. Florida Northwiiil' 'the Qunrter:1..1 l llnlf, uf the South Hendry and practically I tuky deer. After the cattle dipping I Tampans Are AlarmedBy

im, HKi-nt for sold HuardEv \\10I Qunrler; of the :NurtheiiHt (Quill the last eight counties In Texas program had progressed to the extent Fires 'LEFT OUT OF IT'?
ipphriinln, I'ense. Deputy ClerkIN I ter and,, the \\ 0.1 Half nf the South' released l from quarantine re
runt tlunrter of the :Northi-OHt Qnnrter.Sw wore that the ticks should l have been -

TIIK: MfH HT\TFi4 I>I..TKirT I 'tlol J7. Towrinhlp :'U Mouth, It II 11 liP cgitly: the only remaining quarantine eradicated, it was discovered that
coiitr M>II nt.10 niHTiiirT or .13 lust; t-otitalulntf H<) nr'rra. luuru or the Tampa Jan ,11-Tampans are Are you missing the chance to
tU'HII'11' \ III\I-ION being a safety zone along deer were harboring a tick
I Ira swamp viewing with alarm 111 I .' activities ofa share In this war-missing an experience
Mil-It "S'I'A'rEN l (IK \.lIIml'I.\, '
11HCT 2 01Ihe: Smith 01. arr. Rio Grande.At could spread the fever
:SonhwilOunriir that firebug or pyromaniac responsible life
J'ttlloll.r of the WiHt Ilulf nf the dollars you'd value all your
v.. of the Southwest QunrterSoil a total cost of CO million State Live Stock Sanitary Board I
in.un \rnKi or i..*\n MORE on Ion .N TouiiHhlp 31 "Mouth llnnireII Southern cat for nine Incendiary blazes started Right now, In the WAC, you could
LKX. IIIATK IN OKI.:II: 'HiirtrB: or this bane of the and V. S, Bureau of Animal Indus '
: : I 1.1.: oniuliiliig six orr's" more In apartnft-nts, hotels, theatresand be doing a vital Army job You
I'nl'N'I'1'" : I'1'\Tt l : UK r HIKIHAMI .\. ll. tie Industry which was taking an began to I' '
It. t:. 11\*><, ET A I. H.inC'T four airea of try Inspectors a program office buildings during the past could be getting valuable training,
Pt'f.9l.lillta.. .. 2"1.1. : North annual toll of 60 million dollars slaughter the deer, but Interior
,,,"hw.t Qunrler nf Northwest' Qunrtor swamp ten days. meeting new people, seeing new"
of Soul hw','.l Q1111 ruin, "" and preventing the Introduction of Secretary Ickes refused them
No KM <'l 1.11 T, 14 South. Itiinire' 1'11"11'I: : Among establishments where fires places while serving your country. I
Flied, ,1th iliit uf .hinuar\ 1044 rowiiHlilp] Una purebred breeding animals with permission to kill deer on the Indian .
Tampa. FI'.rMn loiilnlnlnir 4 lures. inorior have been discovered In papers and More Wacs are needed at once
". 11. J. Tin EAOI: t lieu of theNorthweHt which to Improve Southern herds, for months
tI'\\IS: 11'" -4, Clerk 'I I II.M T !! : reservations tome
rubbish stuffed closetsor
southinxlQunrter hallways, Get full details about eligibility! ,
11Jll.l..\: Seitlou :'II. 'lo\fii until t' :34 has until Congress was on the verge ofpausing
of II washrooms, are the Bay View Hotel training, the jobs Wacs do, howthev
\OTIlI' I ON MN\TION: : South liiiuire :U .:11.'. iiiiitalnlnK : required almost half a century, a law compelling him to do
I'KOCEEPING" ni'n'n. more or less. Tampa Theatre Tampa Bay live Go to the nearest U. S.

10 \\ 11(1)1 I'C M\\ IONEK\ 'IKM'T( '.'.'71. The ",'..at Hnlf of but it Included the dipping of every I V Apartments, Casa Marine Hotel : Army Recruiting Station. (Your local
tinSIIIIIII'IM| Quarter nf the South in 993 counties in IS states-a
isn TO : cow I Most of the victims of the 1943
'I'lie r..IIII\\'lIlIr l pprmui who ire real l. went Quarter Seillon 31. Tuwnahlp 14Hniiih Apartn'ents on Davis Islands, Bay- post office will give you the address

ili-iil of tin Mut<. of rlorlila. : Uniiiie :ft lust, rniitnliiliiK 'JOui monumental task- and the shooting Infantile paralysis epidemic were shore Manor and others, .) Or write The Adjutant
Nathan Ililmen. H IMin-p flu 'riaiuurv or 1' in. of tick-harboring deer in t
I'. t:. llulilir lill .N.K. ta id K.Mliinil .. TIMfT .':IO I. : The Hunt Malt of every hildren under ten years of age, Detectives assigned here by the General Room 4415, Munitions

Klorhln the Niirlhi-iiHt Qnnrlpr nf the \orlh limited areas of both California and I'aul E. Reinhold, state chairman :National Board of Fire Underwriters Building Washington, D. C Do it
11..1 I Dllrh.ltill' Townnhlp
M 1. \V .loliiiion nest Qunrter. "" 'Inn .14 Florida.It .
J.\"II'lII.'. "I..rldd. Smith. Untiice :II\: Hint: rinitultilnK 20 National: Foundation for Infantile are cooperating with local police today!
lum-pli Unlllniior, .MHO Ilermlulstrpii Irss.'I'RA"I' Involved acts of violence such
or the
'dun a more Paralysis points out, stressing
and thrift's office in effort to
.Iai kwiii\llk 1'lurlila an
'J44 L : The "Hi.mli.'uM Qunrler the dynamiting of dipping vats I.iC l I.
The f..nll"II'1i ppr,iim who ire lollev nf the Solllhweitt Qunrter, Se.'t loll aa importance of the annual fundraisIng I I apprehend the criminal. *tit:WoOXoo:...:...+c" +! +S v0 MO'v
ftn( lip noli.ri'Blilonln of the Stutff of 'J. Inniiahlp :II: South, linn Be 31: Flint. attacks on inspectors and even murder appeal January 14-31,
l'l..rlolll. unit whomI I nut known aililriHma imilillnliitf 40 .,'r... mure or lia'I the old I
in "good
are n' apt forth Inlowami 1111 'I!.\CT 21' 1. : The F.IIHI: hilt of theX..uih particularly ,. Richard H. Simpson, Speaker i 01 I
pi-rmmii Induing, h). throiiich *r under ."o. Onnrler of Ihr I NnrlhenutQunrtir day." of 20 and 30 years ago More the Florida House of Representitives :
thPin : i ; : :" "Si-illon; :i ;i; ti.'I'lIwII.hll' 34: acriironioui J I '
involved ar.
('hllrl' ,', 11. Krltr. (In-pop", Kaniaii.Ilpiiry South\ bulge :I. runt: ,cintHlnlna 'JOin recently it and prominent Monticello nu KALE
Iviirtx. I ihlorit: Kinifiiiiirrnlprlrk 'n'.. Inure or lena gument with Interior Secretary elected Governor was FOR
.1 Iu-\\lit NoliriiHka of theSouihniHt
Smith r. 1HMT J4U\ I. : The Tint half
Quurler of I lie "..mlliwintQunrler likes because he would not permit the Florida District of Kiwanis Iitornatlonal. '

I'. <>Ht rhi>ri:. fIB Ewing SinctHi Sts'l toil 3. Townnlilp, 34 South" swamp deer to be slain In the Florida A Kiwanian since 193
.li-na. Montimi, Hinge 13: F.nxt.: contalnlntf: 'JO HI'rea.
1', liHthprit. (4I Ewing III r .t. IlilinnM.niiiiim Inure or I'MM. i Indian reservations, but he final Simpson has maintained a perfe

AilinlnlHtrulilsmnt 1 It,U"r J11 I. : The Went llnlf of the ly weakened just as Congress was attendance record.
Mubpl C. It, Ili-ilill
of the .NorlhniiHtQuarter '
}: <> nf Gov1'. ,Hcili'11. drreos1'd Xiiiilhwem. Seitlon Qunrtir lit. lowmlilp, :34 "South, on the verge of passing a law compelling AT ALL TIMES!

\rr.lIh.Kfili-ll IlllnoliiKoiHlie IIolihkl. lOll 4 Itnuge,, :II: Knat: loiilnlnlnu Jll airea, him to grant the perirission -

llnr, >'pMtrwl" Itilnlt'i. n ore nr leas. Tick fever the first disease to
llowanl' Oim-r, 3JH l.Himlnil Street 1'11.11'1' Jill I. : The East Hnlf of the was To the
> SoulhniKt Qunrter of. the I NorthenxtQunrter be scientific research Peopleof
(ir'ton. |n'liltfun proved by to I
McliTi-r riMirnli I own. Suit." HI Towimhlp :31Soinh
.1.%linn II I' I I."lla. nut "n. L\'inliilpMliiiioiipollH Itnntie :11: Tnat lontiilnlnK W) attack Its \li-tir.a exclusively thruan this Cmnunty. !

Dl inurSdu.A. 'lures. more> or li'... Intermediate host or carrier--It TIIIMC: IT 0\ En ABERDEEN ANGUS e
E. 'Iliniium. <", I I.. O. Sb11nefrlt.Lcug TUACT :;7-1. : The Kant: Hnlf of How
Plus.o1rupke. the Southeimt Qunrter of the Northnmt could not be transmitted, direct from about dung a little cold
Owar 1''d'r..II. 4.4: KortlPth Ate. 'Qnnrter, Sit,," 1", Townnhlp 34 tu'l'ey thinking after you 'ny
Mlniiviipiillii. Mlinii' 'mitu, South, llninte 31: East contaluliiK 20 one animal to another In additionto aside this newspaper tOnight" I i I
.\. A. I'ahnuu'eat |1\\" '\\"VPI'. MIIKH, arres. more or leas. setting the stnge for one of the You've got a good job. The
.1. .1. k .1. 14. 1'iif. tea North' iDih' TIIM'T J1I IIThe: \\' -01 Half of the chances are there Is someone I'I
Street Norlhwooil. lows NortlieiiKt of the SoullieuMtQimrler most extensive eradication campaigns e''("> in >our !
Qunrter CowsWILL
tiubb'rd: V. A'lunii f ... ? Bulls and
I'lnrpnpp t: NcU.Mrn Seitlon\ :311 'Inwimhlp 34 In history this discovery of half a r'4 .e;., + lazily, per
Eli r Haute, Islington' N. Ailuniihtnr Smith, II All Ire :M East: lontnluinu JOin ) : 1 haps two cr
UniitiUsliiKtoH Mill: I', \l'i tpriiiHii, Neb, n.. more or U aa. century ago: opened up a new fieldof ;," J t'l1-"ff I three, working

Mlliuii. li) K:. Mllilm Afcnuo, I I.TllRIli TltACT: 'Jill\ I. : Loll 2. a. 0 and 7 medical research and led to the .I '. Your I
In I llloik 10) of TowiiHlt of DepMH (die
,AK ,n. Ohio. 1 ton or your
A .e. to lint' of the SnulhrllCulcOixnltnt successful combatting of many other I I
'11.1 iMiihillnllom., 411 nth \ Miming : : brother
: :; : : a
t'I .InnmmII. yr
Patterson, \. J.Mr. i ( insect-borne diseases SOME
nnp be ALSO HAVE
.. Avm-i <. Bowmnn 44S 13th: I ;. 1'H.1\ and, reiordi-il In 1'lnt Hook 1. s may away
AM nue. Piitii-rnon, N. J. page 70 1'nhllr Keenrila of Oaeeoln --V 1 at war,

Minor Irr and \\'. (1 Volk Itoule 2, (thirds' '11I.111 of and an being aire of the the North SoutheaalQunrter two must This end war Hereford and Short Horn Bulls

Norfolk, NilirmkaWallpr of the Northwest (Quarter of Legal Advertisements sometime Your whole family,
K. nrralii-e. Hoi 51 Chlri'ivn the SoiitheiiHt Quarter' nf the North your neighbors are praying ii 'j .
t'allYU.. wont Qunrter "Seitlon, 13. Towniblp 34 ends soon and those fish ting boys
Marten 0" Uiihl. Dikotub lloti-l. Souili llnnire 13: East NOTICE of yours will come home safely For Sale

Fargo, Nurtb Uukota.BiTtrmn 'I'It.U"r 2W 1. : Lot T In Block 2* of Notice li the But will you be ready for i I
.1. R'rllo..on.| Iiekoluh tin Tnuiialte of Iieena 'laeenrdlng to platt hereby given that whatever happens when peace
ti-l 1 I. nrvo North Dakota. .. the Southern,, rolonl/ntlon Company Board of County Comii'lssioners of comes? Will you have inme- TESTED AND 100 PER CENT FREE OF.: .
Pt-arl I.. "Slrlfort Dekolub Hotel.Furvo tinted .Jnnunrv' 11. I'll.\ and corded. I thing laid away? We're all hop '
North Dakota In Plat H..k.l.. raga Tl). 1'uhllc UernnlH Okeechobee County, Florida, will ins 'ere'Jbe jobs aplenty jobs BANGS DISEASE I \

JPH.|P V. Kiruprmin Dekutab Uotpl, of OKieolii (ConnM) and being In the the. receive sealed bids for the purchase, which mean rnakirg! something: L t tI
North Dakota North nm alxth, of an m-re for .
Fartto Dvkotab Hotel :Northeaat Quarter of Southwest Quarter by said Board of One Ford I'-i ton I lomebodv'i happiness and I I+ .
J\"rll"ron. not for
Mra. Anna nf Northwest Quarter of South, somebody sorrow
Fargo, North Dakota. went Quarter of Serllon" IS Townnblp Truck 134 inch chasii with air That'i where your War Bonds: I ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO i

George J, Danneful, \\'ulertlletMra 14 South Itnniie 33 KmtNOW. : cleaner and filter fully equipped, at come into the picture. Sure, .
;II1'hlllan.. Americirt o'\'n billions of dollars REGISTRATIONPAGE
Mcilllo Kiink U40 W. Macon ; to TIIEHKFORK be and appear. you In the are United torninnnilid ten o'clock A. M. February 1, 1944 I i of War Ponds now; and be ,

Street Decatur III.Mra Sintea HlntrUt Court fur the Iolltherol'lalrlc.t at the Courthouse In the City of fore< this 4th War Loan ends
Mary Hnaa Cloud Home 4, l t Tanjpa. Florida, they will have put away billions I
Kearney, Nebraaka. on the withl tlayaof .'.hnor,. A, 1'1U44 Okeechobee, Florida. I more. But how about YO'I r?

Frail: Fuibn 1707 WbltfleU Hoad. by filing four written claim or The Board reserves the right to You're the one that counts The 4I
Pasadena Callforula. auawt-r, either In person or by nttor biKrr the pile of War Bonds
Thp heirs and/or annlifna of the following ney, and to .how what right, title nr reject any and al bid. I I jon have when peace comes, the LELAND PEARCE
perauni. dcceaat-d. or believed. Interest you have or rluliu In or to C. E. DRAWDY, I I b'K; ;er chance you'll have to si p
tu ho d ea.i-il. w.10 n."- uaiuii and Iddreawa aid property. and to show came why I right Into the poat-war world
are unknown: It should not be taken for the u.es Chairman Board of County you're dl'earr'inll; about tonight i

Heirs of )Jr.. M K. Itpdell. d"" emoj.lliIra and purposes let forth not In to laid omit petition\upon, Commiiioners. I So *,,,'. All beep on Bathing I I
derPaipd.luknowa and this you ire
of tluy the -:-
heir of Andrewllion, penalty of being barred of all claim V Aunrlt.
and Intern In and to mid landa and THE, EDITOR. I

deceased fnknowu balri of houijt Wilson de. of baring judgment by default. entered. Subscribe for The News! -
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I IIii',..!..8'..'.S-ii!'..'. '..'. 5'S1'!!' '..-==..'..ii5i\1'1\ !.'..' I'.'."-"=""=-'..'IS'..'.ii15'..'.iii51'... Fla. Power & Light I Florida Landowners I Millard Caldwell lie has never been defeated for pub.

NII Order More Than [ lie office. This Is his first statewide

I \I SOCIAL NEWS iIV Co. Commended By I! A Million TreesMore I[ Pays Qualification race.TEI.EPIIONE:. CO.V HAS :NEW

I 653! V 5ii!V.52'...'5iE'..'. !!EE.: '.' ; ;a .,5ii! _.._ '..'.5 !!'..'.!!I;;;!!'..'. '..'. than two and a quarter mil I MANAGER FOR TillS SECTION
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Navy trees have been ordered by Flor- to Secretary Bill Moore formerly manager of
.. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Platt who are BAPTIST W. M. S. ida landowners for reforestation the Okeechobee branch of the Inter

making their home at Fort Myers CIRCLE MEETS purposes since the State nursery County Telephone and Telegraph
at the present, spent Sunday and The W. M. S. circle meeting was special citation for performanceof started shipment on December 1. C. Tallahassee, Jan. 10-Millard Caldwell Company, ass'umed his duties) as

) Monday In Okeechobee attending to held! at the home of Mrs. J. A. duty in tho field of electric utlll- H, Coulter, Assistant State Forester, candidate for governor of I manager of the Glades-ldendry-C'oilier

business and seeing friends. Lowry, Tuesday afternoon The ity service will be given to Florida' reports that most of these have gone Florida, today qualified with Sccre I' branch January 1, succeeding

-0- president, Mrs ..S. J, Davis, was In Power A: Light Company by the to landowners at no' cost under arrangements tary of State R. A. Gray to enter I' L. A. Wolff who resigned the position .

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sellers of Arcadia charge of the meeting Mrs. G. C. Seventh Naval District, It was announced made by three Florida the Democratic prin aries next :May ,I effective an of that dale

spent several days the first of Durrance gave a very impressive In a letter to tho utility*] pulp trills which purchased 1,800,000 "Cantrary to the belief of some ] Mr. Moore has been with the

.4 this week .hers visiting their daughters and Inspiring devotion, using the from Admiral W. R. Munroe, Com trees for free distribution this sea- people," said Caldwell, "the citizens company since 1925, and was hea,1of

Mrs. Cowling Watford and 3rd Chapter of Proverbs Mrs. Annie mandant of the District. son. Where the pulp mill offers of Florida, although intent on win- j j the Okeechobee branch for several -

I Miss Mary Alice Sellers.o Hamrick lad In prayer and after a The citation will be presented'| have not applied, the trees cost the ning the war, working hard, long ]'I years Hu plans to make his
short business session held delicious formally In a special ceremony to be landowner hours and undergoing
was $2.35 per thousand pre- worry and home in Clewlston and will move
I Mrs. H. T. Bass and daughter, refreshments were served to held Tuesday evening, January 25 paid to the nearest express office. sacrifice quietly and calmly are his wife and children aa soon as a

J MI. Marguerite, spent Wednesday Mrs S. J. Davis, Mrs. G. C. Dur- In the !Miami Senior High School Coulter stated that the Interna. watching political developments home here can be obtained

I Lit' and Thursday of this week In St. ranee, :Mrs. Carl T. Durrance, Mrs auditorium In !Miami tional Paper Company, with a millet "Political ballyhoo Is out, at least Mr. Wolff's plans for the future

:' Cloud, Orlando and Klssimmee.o Maurice Durrance, Mrs W. D. Coker The citation .is a recognition of Panama City had amended its for the duration. Behind an amazing could not be learned.-Clewiston

I., Mrs Annie Hamrick, Mrs. Z. K. the cooperation of the utility In the original offer to provide up to 10,,- outward cheerfulness and hope, thereIs News I.

I Dr. and Mrs W. H. Garlington of Williams, Mrs. Hugh Chandler, Mrs. Navy's war effort In the Seventh 000 trees to any landowner who a serious determination that V--

'1 Birmingham, Ala., arrived In Okee- Margaret Taggert, Mrs. Martin Hancock Naval District area and Is especially would pay the express charges ofg0 i those elected next time shall be able Day and night, scientists some

chobee Wednesday night: and are Mrs. Allen Markham, Mrs. directed to the employees who made cents per thousand trees. The and fit to do tho job right," said he. where In the world are working under

: spending a week here with their Merida Raulerson, Mrs. Irvin Register the company's record possible company's offer was originally Caldwell announced three months I grants from the National Foundation

J brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Walker, Mrs. Admiral Munroe's letter states' limited to schools, Future Farmersand ago and since that time has been | for Infantile Paralysis, seeking -

\4 t Mrs. Vernon Reeves Hubert Harden, Mrs. Robert Pad that since the declaration of the na. 4-H Club members Its offer Is making contacts all over the state.He to solve the mystery of this disease

I Ili\ t. -(>- : gett hire N'clda Alciori'an, Mrs. C. tlonal emergency and especially' good in 14 west Florida counties including Is an attorney, farmer and cattleman I All of this work Is supportedby
E. M. Mcserve returned to his R. Bibb, Mrs. :Mary Pittman and the since the United States entered the Jefferson and Okaloosa. former state legislator and which
the March of Dimes occurs
home here Sunday after spending hostesses Mrs. J. A Lowry and war scores of vital Naval activities : Other mills providing free trees served four terms as congressman
this from January 14 to SI.
V several days In Jacksonville where daughter Minnie Lee have been erected in territory served -; this year are the Container Corporation from the Third Florida District, retiring year V

ji he went on business V by Florida Power &: Light Company of America, with a mill at Fernnndina voluntarily, January 1, 1941. News ads are profitable.New .
-o- Speed was necessary In construction Its offer of up to 9,000
', Mrs. E. G. Kilpatrick of Port Ma- Hubert Johnson Has of facilities. plants and trees per Individual being good in ... --

yaca spent Tuesday_ In Okeechobee Been. Appointed. Co. factories converted. or built. to meet 23 northeast Florida counties, and t tsvfMKK83R Dt if Hxsiraatjrara: 'wi 4tka4'hrd!"f1.IIII'f!! kf -
'I coming up with Mr. Kllpatriclc.. Agent At LaBelleHubert war need, had to be served rower, the Florida Pulp and Paper Company : .

I light and fuel were vital to the at Peniacola, which purchased rt
Mrs. Fred pr-: of Greensboro, Johnson who has been operation of all facilities and speedof 300,000 trees for distribution In Es- r t

:I t N. C., arrived In Okeechobee last connected with the Federal Farm Installation essential The Admiral cambia and Santa Rosa counties.

I week and will spend three weeks Security Administration here for the declared that his staff was Coulter stated that this season's H

here visiting the Raulrson family. past several years, has resigned that cognizant of the speed and efficiency crop of seedling trees at the nursery -

V : position and accepted the appoint- with which the company met Is less than 3 million Shipping ,

WANTED) Furnished apartments or ment as County Agricultural Agentfor these wartime demands while still began on December 1 and will continue t"
E. V. McCollum Hendry County. He will leave supplying the Increased wartime
houses. Call or see until about February 1 or un-
and Co., Southland Hotel. 30 Sunday for that city and will assume population with essential services. til the supply is exhausted. Recent trains 1 WAR \

V his new duties there Monday The result was that whenever and have made planting conditions LOAN DRIVE ,

morning. wherever the Navy needed service In particularly favorable and a successful
., V WANTED: Drivers for pick-up While connected with the Farm the territory served by Florida Power reforestation season' Is antici-
trucks. Also surveyors helpers. See Security Administration here Mr. & ha i
Light Company, the utility pated. Orders for trees should be
E. V. McCollum &: Co., Southland Johnson has taken inter
30 an active made all of the electric power need placed through the district officesof a
Hotel. est in the small farmers of the ed available when and where the the Florida Forest and Park ServIce a I

.J y county and his efforts in their be. Navy required it. located in Panama City, Tallahassee c .
half showed fine results. He will Special mention is also made of Va
I Lake City, Ocala and Lakeland -
1 Dr. James E. Mooney: president of move his family there a. soon as I the manner, in which the company or through the county agricul-
f the University of Tampa who has possible
cooperated with the Seventh Naval tural agent.
been on a leave of absence since October V I District in )
adopting look-
,\0. a program The New War Loan
this week, it was Drive begins Tuesday
f 1, resigned i i' a toward the conservation of fuel ,

ah I. announced by the Board of Trustees. POLITICAL oil. Florida Power & Light Company and new ones sprang up to fill production : January 18, and we urge everyone to support
t Dr. M. C. Rhodes, Dean of Admlnisstration did this long before such a program needs. Power, light and fuel !

'" has been appointed acting ANNOUNCEMENT wan adopted nationally. were vital to the operation of all i this drive t othe fullest. 1

r president, it was announced. Arrangements for the presentation activities and speed of Installationwas I

It' J I program are now being mado. essential. ;

.":"."'.''.''''.'':''.'''.'''.''.'''''''.'''.'''.'''.''.+'.'')oooOo+ FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE Acceptance of the citation will be I I am informed by officers of my i
I <..;.;.:..:..)o:..:..:..;.:......:..:..;.;. : LEGISLATUREI made by :McGregor Smith presidentof staff having cognizance that the 1 In making your plans to buy Bonds remember -

: wish to announce that I am a the company and representativesof Florida Power & Light Company has r" we have the Bonds and you can make
\ ; Gilbert Theatre all employee of the company. met wartime demands swiftly and
; candidate for re-election as Representative
;P.t. .. : Okeechobe In the Florida Legislature Text of the latter from Admiral efficiently while continuing to supply your purchases direct from this Ba'nk-
Munroe follows: the Increased population with
for Okeechobee County in the corn
13 January 1944 essential services.
Friday and Saturday Ing; primary election. Your continued 4
Florida Power & Light Co. ., While performing all these services -
i support will be appreciated.W.
Mr. :McGregor Smith, Pres., the Florida Power & Light
J. (BILL) HENDRY ..,, a
Carol Landis and Ingrahaiu Building Company has been a leader In a program -

Lloyd Nolan Miami Florida to conserve fuel-a commodityso
IN"Manilla essential to Naval and other
I military units operating i ii .the ac-
Calling"Roy herewith announce my candidacy As public utility companies are tive war tones. I refer particularlyto '

for ember, of the State Legislature not eligible for Army.Navy "E" the series of advertisements of ,! Okeechobee County

from Okeechobee County, Hward under present rulings of the the Company which carried the slogan .
Rogers State of Florida, subject to the will
Joint Board of Awards, I should "When You Waste Electricity, I ,
1- of this people in the Democratic pri- ,
like to take this opportunity to commend You Waste Fuel Oil" This campaign

'Sunset Serenade' mary of May 2, 1944. you and the men and women was undertaken willingly and Bank

Your vale and support will be ap of the Florida Power & Light Company wholeheartedly at the request of '

t Also: LATE WAR :NEWS AND: preciated. for the splendid contributionyou Captain H. II. J. Benson, USM, who

"TEE FOR TWO"-Cartoon PHIL Y. CASON have made to the war effort was at the time Acting Commandantof Phone 15

-- here in the Seventh Naval District. the District. .
Sinre the declaration of the national I am having a scroll for "Merrl-:
\ emergency and especiallysince torlous Wartime Service" prepared I DIRECTORS :
wish that I
to announce am a
the United States entered the which we will be pleased to presentto C. H. McNULTY, Preslsleat N. RAT CARROLL
candidate for the office of sheriffof Vice-Presidest ,
McCrea and war, scores of vital Naval activities .
Joel Okeechobee County In the Demo- you at a suitable time and place.In E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier '
hnve been erected In territory served the meantime, I wish to extend
Jean Arthur cratic Primary election to be held in E M. :Meserve J. M. :Xee, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allti
the Florida
IN by Power & Light n May, 1944. I served as State Game
Company. Speed was necessary In the Florida Power & Light Co.
Warden for eleven and feel
"The More years
the construction of operating bases Sincerely, Deposits Insured
that I gained experience that will through Federal Deposit
training renters, air fields and all W. R. MUNROE
greatly benefit me In the sheriff's I Insurance Corporation I
The Merrier"Also other facilities. Plants and factories Rear Admiral USN I
office I solicit your vote and support
were converted to war use overnight Commandant j g
In the coming primary and if rtHltffiMR i Bat ktd7tggltt4dt2Clf4iKg'Rk14'kgt'RNaakskNeaWaOcNBJue

: MARCH OF TIME *.1........,.u.,, ..v A this Im p arrant ,Nice; Twill 'I -- --- : p
NAVAL LOG OF VICTORY \ serve the people of th Countyto -

V Subject Wednesday NEWS CARTOON Only FOR the, -SHERIFF best of.-E.my OF(BOB ability.R. OKEECHOBEE) PADGETT. Tkm's Will oi J ilscii'icii! r";, @;;e -'>

-- COUNTYI h _

take this opportunity to announce

"What's Buzzin'Cousin" ttyaf am a candidate forth
There Isn't
office Of sheriff of Okeechobee Any Waste !

County In the Democratic Primary

to be held in May. I will appreciateyour Wasted electricity means waste el' fuel manpower, equipment .

WITH vote .and support. f r J and transportation essentials el war that ,.
MORISE THOMAS 4 ? Into the production electricity. Waste slows down cur
Ann Miller, Rochester, ; war effort delays the day ol Victory.

I| John Hubbard, Freddy FOR' SUPERINTENDENT OF

I Martin and Orchestra PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .t Production (ID which elseJoin with ear lellew Americans
j I take this opportunity to announce 4
srlcity has played a major la using what electric
NIGHT that I am a candidate for Superintendent ri 1 1
BINGO has helped our Banting service we need but being
of Public Instruction for
men ram the tide ej battle. sure need what
$65.00-Grand Prize Okeechobee County In the Democratic l very w. we
: Greater production will wU use. Waste .is always useless
Primary May. ,
CARTOON ( e the war mttaxmr.. That's why 1 extravagance in time
Your vote and support will be ap.preojate e 1
.. .. ;. ti jilii. common sense for us to el war it Is inexcusable.

Coming Attractions CARL T. DURRANCE

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i The National Foundation for Infantile I 1: 0 1& .
,, 23-24 Paralysis supports programs 1 \ j I....... .... 41n EOMrIYY

|< t i r'', "CABIN IN THE SKY" of research seeking the cause, pre. 1 C p 1. ,,'f 1SAS < Y I i

''t January ao.31f' ventlfo" a'ndrcure of this disease in 'Nil' (
1 more.: Ihinrtwo score universities, "
,, "PRESENTING February LILY'-T hos;+tal i;:Jam;: ;t.laboratories with the BUY WAR BONDS S TODAY ;

s' "DUBARRY WAS A LADY" dimes and dollars given during the

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