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 28, 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 )
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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 32 .._.. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 28, 1944 Price Five Cents

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News Of Our BoysIn Girl Area Scouts to Be Southeastern Taught Use I II. L. Johnson Has Miss Was Betty Buried Lou At Walton Stuart $16,700.00 In War Bonds Was 'SoldIn

Various Camps of Native- Materials I Assumed Duties.As Monday AfternoonFuneral Okeechobee Thursday (Afternoon In

Jacksonville Jan. 26--Girl Scoutsin services for Miss Betty

At Home & Abroad the Southeastern area will be Ne wCounty Agent Lou Walton.who was fatally Injured Fourth War Bond Drive Campaign

I taught to recognize and use native in an automobile accident near

inati.rials in production of home Stuart last Saturday, were held at ---- -
Gene Ellcdge, Ion of :Mr and Mrs
rafts according to a new study and II, L. Johnson arrived Monday to the Johns Funeral Home in Stuart Standard Oil At tho War Loan Bond meeting
II. L. Elledge it at present
camping program developed at a assume his duties as county agentof Monday afternoon with Rev. D. 0. II yesterday afternoon in the park
with the Army Air Corp. at Miami i Buys $500 In War Bonds
three-day meeting here on January Hendry county. After doing without Alderman, pastor of the Okeechobee S16.700.00 In bonds were sold after
but he to be transferred Here In 4th
expects Loan DriveThe
I 11, 12, and 13 of Girl Scout executives the services of a county agent Baptist church, officiating, and I the meeting according to announcement

from that place to tome training I for this section. for six months following\ the resignation Stuart high school student actingas Okeechobee In of E G. Kilpatrick, Jr., who
north time loon. quota
center further some Viva J. Cooke, manager of theState of D. H. Ward In January pall bearers. the Fourth War Loan Drive Is near handled the sales. Short talk were

Word has been received here that II Farmers' Market at Holly Hill 1913, the board of county commissioners er fulfillment today due to the subscription made during the meeting by S. R.

A/C Connie W. Raulerson has completed and well-known teacher of native Noted July 1 to employ another She was the daughter of Mrs. Eva of $500.00 by Standard Oil Raifsnider, Mayor H. H. Raulerion,

hiS primary)' training and li I i rafts, was called In as a consultantfor agent to assist farmers and Walton who resided In Okeechobee Company (Ky.) Lieut. Ann Cody of the WACS of

now In Maiden, Missouri, at the the purpose of teaching executives cattlemen In this area with their many years before going to Sluart, Mr. S. R. Raifsnider, the com Miami, and Mr. Pierson ,ot Jackson

Army Air Forcei Pilot School Basic.i|I practical uses of native material agricultural and livestock problems last year to make her home. The pany' local agent atOkeechobee, villa. '

I *. She held two special work Mr. Ward resigned to accept employment family has many friends here who Florida, entered the subscription for The caravan that visited Okeecho-

to in the West Indies, and since extend their sympathy In their loss. bee with
Bill Humphries left last week I session on Wednesday and Thurs Standard Oil, and received expressions carried It one German

return to training camp at Camp San I day. his departure Mrs. Vera McCall, Those from Okeechobee who attended of appreciation from the com field gun and one German airplane

Lewis, Cal., after spending a short An attractive display of baskets, I chief clerk of the agricultural extension the funeral from here were mittee which had been captured In the

furlough hen with hit mother, fI',.. i I bolts, covered bottles, mats, and service, has kept the office Mr. and Mrs Boettger, Mr. 0. L. Mr Raifsnider, well known In this fighting In Africa and were viewed ,

doing her job and assisting Raulcrson Mrs. Will Raulerson, the crowd who hear
Dora Humphries. ,I other braided and woven products open community'; stated that the actionof by gathered to

e 'I from native materials was brought with CA work as far at possible Mrs. R. L. Brewer, Mrs Bernice the Standard Oil Company was the talk and lee the captured

Teddy Greenberger left last Saturday fror the Holly Ifill market for since the two office are closely associated Phillips .and Rev. D. 0. Alderman. taken equipment.
i a* an expression of the gen.

to return to the Army Train I demonstration. and operate as one. uine Interest of the organization In After the bond rally several memo

Kansas, after V--- ben of the Lion Club and Civic
Camp at Fort Riley. i II him.
Ing I Mr. Johnson Is anxious to meet and livestock problems the success of the Fourth War LoanIn

pending a ten day furlough Internal Revenue the farmer and cattlemen of the Mr. Johnson Is a native of Fort Okeechobee County and In the Club entertained the visitors with a

h.')". with his parents, Mr. and Mm I, the Ogden He came here from Okeechobee State. I chicken supper at the Traveler'
(county He I I. spending greater
Leo Ureenbcrper, and family I I similar Inn. The visitors were Mr. Pierson
I where he was engaged ---V--
part of his time this week in the office
e Positions I of Jacksonville Lieut. Ann Cody of
Agent though he laid he planned to I work. Mrs. Johnson and their ions,
Julian Morrison, ion of Mr. and i arrived' with him Food ProcessorsWill I Miami Sgt. Thomas Rice, and Pfc
spend some time In the field looking Larry and Johnny,
U Russell has just been Pat This party' I II visiting
Mrs. W home for the Murphy.
is at
Now Available over farms In this section. He and the family
transferred to Atterbury, Ind., where I at the Hendry Hotel until Be AwardedAchievement seventy places In Florida during the
j has requested that farmers and cattlemen present
he It In training with the army. be secured.Clewiaton .- three weeks drive.
: who need assistance come to living quarter can
e The local business men who at.
I The U. S. Civil Service ComminI his office: and discuss agricultural News 'A'Food
list published In tended the chicken were S.
In the casualty supper
I slop announced today that it i is seeking

the morning papers Wednesday of accountants and auditors to fill R. Raifsnider, Allen Markham, Gibb

this week was listed John B. Rultrson proces-: I Gross, Z K Williams, E. G. Kilpat.
EDO Internal Revenue Agent positionsnow plants which
aaa.tf Mi .>'.'' Mra. Tho'Raulcrsoi J. I rick, Jr., Prof. C. M. Williams, Gilbert .
available. Important also is the achieve quality and quantity production
of J.oic'lioUe., who w.i I.Iatod Culbreth., C. H, Parkerson W.
announcement of the Commission I Late by initiative and resourcefulness .
.l HI wiunliM 'n the Mejt,"- Too to Classify R. Howell, H. H. Raulerson, Leland
that It has discontinued the In overcoming wartime obstacles
ranean Thee're 01 V a.. Mr. nil Pearce and Bryant Bowden.
test for departmental guards. These may soon fly the proud
Rfii'l'i sal hen noil" ---V.Admiral .
:Mrs. (n
guards are urgently needed to patrol By Russell Kay Achievement "A" Award banner of
before his name was published
and guard Government buildings In the War Food Administration, R P. Munroe to

the papers. \\'a5 b Inllton. Howard, area supervisor of the Food
Beauchamp, as he was known hero, While there be some questio' 'election to his present office he is I i
The in the accounting may
positions Distribution Administration, disclosed
was with the paratroops and hal I I and auditing fields pay from $2.433to as to who will serve as Florida'* a cinch to win and probably would here this week. Present Citation to

undergone vigorous training In next Governor, there \Is little If any; not even have opposition Personal
$3,163 a year Including overtime The WFA "A" award in the processing -
Carolina and other places the Cabinet. Iy, I think he would be making a big
par For the $2,433 grade applicants doubt as to field, will be the equivalent Fla. Power & Light
to leaving the United of State R. A. (Bob) mistake to enter the gubernatorialmelee
preparatory must show at least two years of Secretary of the Army-Navy "E", which covers'
He homo last summer on opposition and if for I think he la a natural
State was will have no
training or experience In accountingor Gray other .types of war production.. Heretofore A
furlough and spent ten days here were foolish enough to oppo where he \Is-the kind of a chap we Admiral W. R. Munroe command.
combination anyone '
bookkeeping or a available only to seasonally- .
'i ." wtttt-kU. p.ieal act family ti ,j '' hl' It 'wouldn't do them any want and ,, need there-and while ha ant'of the Seventh Naval DistrictwlJJ ,
ark &purtinc ., two I !n ob
'training qu kug operated planUth.
< i
lr( the notice of him being wounded years. Three years of appropriate I food for' Bob' -record
nothing was laid a* to the ex hound' tooth and few men In public folks by going place In'tho tation for meritorious wartime sere
experience In accounting: work Is required a of the award to include
tent of his wounds or lust where he office are better liked or more nor's race, my guess la he would program Ice to Florida Power &: Light Company
for the $3,103 grade. For certain plants operating the year around.
located but trom tho bent I I find the going tough and we would In a ceremony to be held Tuesday
is now positions accounting educationor popular. "In awarding the 'A'; 'Howardpointed
be figured out re is evidently General Tom Watson I* find ourselves with a new and untried afternoon, February 1. The
that can the teaching of accountancy Attorney out, "the WFA will first
somewhere in Italy 01 North Cabinet member with announced School Superintendent on our i Honorable Lenoard K. Thompson,
courites In a resident school may be the only consider quality and quantity of
hands after the dust had settled.It will chair-
to date. Repre mayor of Miami act as
Africa. substituted for all\ or part of tho required opposition production In the light of available
practical experience.There sentative E. P. Martin of Hillsbor- has been a long time since facilities;. n.an of the ceremony.

his hopes on the Florida had.o much worthwhile The citation: will be presented to
Okeechobee County are no written tests and no ough, who pins He listed five other miJor factorsfor
of organized labor, is active gubernatorial timber rollin' towardthe McGregor Smith, president of the
rated support
age limits Applicants will be consideration (1) Ingenuity and
mill In one election. A fellow company and representative Of
their education and experiencea ly campaigning. cooperation with the government In
Goes Over QuotaChildren's upon and genial Ed Larson is as1' could close his eye and pick a company employes. The ceremony
given in their applications and Able without developing and producing war food
right now for his' mighty good Governor will be held in the distribution yard
In again
evidence.To good as 'with the
cooroborative products; (2) cooperation
upon Treasurer has been makin' a mistake_but to play safe, of the Miami steam electric plant,
HomeJacksonville qualify for departments guard service as State government. In carrying out tho purposes .
satisfactory Courteous, the best thing to do \Is check the and arrangement are being made
| positions which pay $1,824 a year n ore than of various food purchase pro -
efficient, Ed Is the kind record of the various candidates, accommodate several thousand
Including overtime pay, applicant diligent and grams; (3) effective management
like to keep study their platforms, weigh their :
2, Florida must have had at least three months of public official folks ..ucceIn overcoming production obstacles spectators.
qualifications and then vote for the music before and during
January 22, 1944 of full-time paid experience In auch on the job. He has no oppoeition'l and satisfactory factory
i"an who has the best batting aver the will be offered by the
)lr. Bryant Bowden positions as soldier, sailor, marine, and should any develop management-labor relati'on.,' Including -
would just be age all down the line. Florida does famed U.S.S. Yorktown band, sow
Okeechobee, Fla. L'oast guardsman salesman police likely, his opponent the avoidance of work stoppages
want just GOOD Governor the Miami.
not a stationed In
Dear Mr. Bowden: men deputy sheriff foreman, messenger wasting their time. ; (4) training of additional '
talk of opposition I next go 'round, It want the BEST The citation U a recognition of
We are enclosing herewith a report bus driver, watchman, guard, There has been some labor forces and low ..b.entesl.mPPMPh.
but it I I. prett Governor, and no foolin', the cooperation of the utility In the
that were voluntarily for Jim Lee, IK.I.ent
of the quota chauffeur, farmer, or comparable oc mil prevention

assumed by the various Sponsoring cupations. There is no maximum age 'well established in the public mind V d--provision'I for health and sanitation. Navy'* war effort in the Seveatk
tai collector VICE ADMIRAL WAESCHE Naval District and 1 I. especially directed
Committees In your county, limit. Applicants must be physically that Jim 1 I. a darn good .
afellow : COMPLIMENTS: SPARS to the employes, who made
together with the report of the !I' capable of performing the duties of and while in that game Appropriate ceremonies will beheld

will lot of toes and \Is bound the company' record possible. Tae.
amounts raised during 1943. W position. steps on a with Arm; or Navy participation
folks Described as the finest complimentgiven and efficiency with
be very grateful if you will find Application for accounting and to make some enemies, most for the presentation of "A" : promptness
I the Women' -
SPARS since
honest to the which the made arrange.
pace: in an early Issue of your fine auditing position (Announcements I who have been meeting their U. S. CoastGuard award flags to selected food process i I : company:
of the wartime
Reserve of
to scores
to rents serve
taper, for this article for we feel Nos. 287 and 296) and departmental tax obligations from year year November,, Ing plant., and for the presentation
created In its
was to
In havinga load while continuing serve
sure that your readers will be In guard positions (Announcement No. get a lot satisfaction of "A" award button to plant work
1 Lee crack down on 1942 li a dispatch fror the Commandant civilian customers brought abut
tere ted. 191)) will be accepted by the XT. S. fellow like Jim Admiral R. R. ers, he mid
w.II and millionaire Vice Admiral Munroe decision to make
Okeechobee county's: quota Civil Service Commission, Washing industrialists, railroad T
I that up Waesche, Washington D. C., Just re' the award.
$74.60. needs of the *, and the howl goes WHY ADVERTISE
$ 'O.oo; receipts ton 25, D. C., until the naval district *
: make Jim Lee that ceived by Seventh The complete program follow:
Taking the State an a whole, the service have been Met. only serves to CONSTANTLYDo
the little headquarter National Anthem and Presentation -
total budgets assumed for 184 (not Information and application form much more popular
"So SPARS hare taken over S. S. Yorktowa
against many of colors-U.
counting our four branches at Miami may be secured from 0. E. Myers, folk, No one has announced luch
doe 10 many shore billets, with Band and Marine Color Guard.
Lakeland and Jacksonville CI..1I1 the Comptroller and know what to
Pensacola, Regional Director, Fifth U. S. headquarters you happen

) amounted to J27.SOO.OO. Service Region, New Post Office had better "count their change" before very satisfactory results that 1944 the average community pvpnla- I 2. Introductory Remarks-Mayer

Sponsoring from they enter the race: -and If they has Increased: the Lion in Wa dI4n' I Leonard Thomson
The amount raised by Building, Atlanta 3, Georgia, : officers 10 years? -
that they'llprobably quota substantially for SPAR 3. Address and Presentation of Citation
to do ,
Committees In 1943 was over $56- first or second-class post offices, or are smart enough This either until the other day a mer-
i and enlisted personnel. -Admiral W, R. Munroe.
000.00 or practically double the from the United States Civil Service stay out of it altogether. CoastGuardsmen chandlalag expert stopped In and
I Commissioner will release many more 4. Display of Scroll-McGregor
amounts expected.We Commission, Washington 25, D. C. I A* for Agricultural told us -
from shore duties, enabling representatives.
who tries It Smith and employ
than "deelighted" Nathan Mayo, anybody T
of course, are more Applications are not desired from
with these perfectly wonderful persons already using their highestskills will find him harder to beat than a them to take their'placel In Can you believe that 60 percent "Thi I* My Country"-Employ*

combat areas where their servicesare of the change
Nathan has more population : Chorus.
results, and are anxious to In war work. Appointments are ten minute egg.
urgentneeded.! ." la It retailer I.I of Scroll-McGergor
the mil In yearaf Every I 5 Acceptance
gratitude not real friend to square ,
express our deepest j made In accordance with War Manpower Reserve "
else I know, The quota for the Women's ionsclous of old customers move Smith.
and membera Florida than anyone
only to the chairman Commission policies and employment -
kind can of the Coast Guard has been Ing away new famllle movingIn 0. "America"-Entire Audience
of every committee (Including thosein stabilization place and they are not the you .
with either whispering Increased from 8,000 to 12,000 enlisted death and births, but few and Band.
failed to
the six counties V wean away .
speech .women and from 800 to 1,200 realize the extent of that change., V
raise their quotas for 1943) but to Only twice before In history ha* ;campaign or blatant stump
not confined to officers Admiral Waesche said. Washington; Jan. 19 -"Radical
everybody who gave even the smallest the Nation experienced worse epidemics se. His popularity. Is A
frequently a ads
but I II equally Lt (jg) H. A. Messel, district recruiting you cant difficulties and a rapidly changing
amount to help us render the of Infantile paralysis than farmers and grower SPAR-enllst- vertto. The fallacy of the old
officer, stated for markets" complicated the
No outlook
services that we were able to render the one last year. Many of the more as strong among the city: folks. argument "We don't need to' advertise '
him and meats Increased In December, and tendency In the cotton states, says
to the 1273 utterly homeless and than 12,000 victims In 1941: must be one ha* announced against when business |la good.
that with the increased January the National Planning Association.
wilt Nathan
helpless children that were referred!eared for by the dimes and dollars my guess I Ie that nobody We will get It aniw.a. We can't
Florida' quota, more women between the Reporting on a survey of farm
to us for aid and care from every | contributed In the campaign January I I. almost a* much a part of afford to advertise when business
State Seal. ages of 20 and 38 who are American throughout the nation, the association
County In the State, of all ages, 114-31 of this year."lesschanced" government a* the I* poor" ia exactly 'oppo
citizens having two year of high foresee no early prospect of a
from wee babies to 18 years of age, There I I. talk that Superintendent site
-- -- --- good business princlpleaYou
Colin English school or the business equivalent major shift toward more operator.
of every creed and belief.And childhood. of Public
In .ire Invited to make application Immediately advertise ownership, and a* a solution, It
for Governor. afford to
we do want to thank you and Trusting that we shall merit your will enter the race ash

all of our newspaper friends for the I continued co-operation t am the event he doe he'll run a good at the nearest Coa especially when .(t per cent of recommends emphasis on betterment

perfectly' marvelous support givento I Very gratefully, "ace, but with the field against Jim Guard recruiting. lr station. the population ,ndergoe change of f tendency conditions.

Society during altbe 42 MARCUS C. FAGO he probably would wake up with the a In It year*.-Oklahoma Re** V

our Pf! < t.r>Hn"rr; nt The Little News Ads big
years of our service to Florida' State Superintendent also rum." A* a re- ; Newt pay

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Ofltccdlobrc) s'rfi( Legal Advertisements I Legal Advertisements i''Florida Organizes ', Collector Revenue of Mails Internal 1943 QUARTER HORSESHOW I

South Range 33 Feat, containing 20'' Lot 13. Sec; Id, Twp 34, Rge 3.1 Income Tax ReturnsJohn Orlando, Jan 26-Quarter Horses

Published Every Jnday by the acre. more or I..... Lot ft. Sec :.11, Twp( ,14. Rge :33 Against Infantile and cow ponies from all parts .f
TRACT 1<<0.L: The Fast Half of the Lot 4, Sec :11I. Twp. 14, Rue, .13 I' L, Falls, Collector of Inter
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee :Northeast Quarter of Southeast. Quarter The aaaenment cf laid property in- Florida will meet In Orlando January .
34 South, Jet' 101 Certificate Issued In nal Revenue, announced today that
Okeechobee County, Florida. Section 14. Township aft was
I !lonJle 33 Fast containing 20 acres, the, names of W II Johns. A. M. Se Paralysis SpreadJacksonville i he has begun to mall copies of the 29 and 30 when the Florid
more or leaa hrlng W C. II kull A, and Joseph Quarter Horse association holds its
BRYANT BOWMEN "__.. Editor j TRACT 193.L : The West Half of hnraderer. 1043 Individual Income and Victory .)
Unless laid Certificate b w..1 show and racing meat wade .
the Southwell Quarter of the !South-'! shall redeemed half annual
Tax Return to the estimated
Entered u second class matter east Quarter, Seitlon' 21, Township 34 according to law, property described Jan 10"Florida 40 and 8 sponsorship for benefit of .
containing 20 therein shall b* sold to the million Federal Income In
I ,1,1: Euat.
July I, 1914, at the Poet Office In acres South, more Range or loss highest bidder at the Conrthonaa door organized for. united front In the I taxpayers the Central Florida Blood Bank and
tba first Monday In tbe month of the Distict of Florida.
Okeechobee, Florida, under the TRACT 1OT I. : The East! unit of the February. 1044 which la the 7IU day annual appeal for funds M campaign other charities

Act of March 8, 187V. Weat Half of the Northeast Quarter of of February, 1044 Collector Fans said, "Although
I 2J, against infantile paralysis opened Entries from far as Ocala
the Southwest Quarter Section as away
Tuleil 1 this Tth duv of .Tninuirv 1fl)4 these required by
returns are not
Township 34 South Range 33 East (Sail) ROT R, ItAULERSON last Friday," Paul E. Reinhold, state and LaBelle have been announcedby
containing/ 10 acres, more or less.t Clerk Circuit Court of law to ba filed until March IS, I
Reading; notices In local column I TRACT 11/11.r.: The West Half of Okaechobe County: Flertdi. chairman, National Foundation for President T. J. Durrsnce, Jr.

10 cent a line. Rates for display \Soat Half of the Southwest Quarterof VNOTICE Infantile Paralysis, announced to cannot urge too strongly that every Brighton breeder and horse fancier

advertising furnished on application. I the Northeaat Quarter. Section 23, one prepare and file his return as
Township 34 !South Range 33 Feat day The total of $810 in premiummoneys
Classified adverttslnr, 3 cents containing 10 acres more or lean. "The 1944 campaign, which coven : early as possible"
will be divided with some,
each word per Insertion. An Items TRACT 202 '. : The West Holf of Notice It hereby given that the "There are," he said, "two major
I the !Southwest Quarter of the Smith the period from January 14 to January plus entry fees, going to winner II
regarding enterprises conducted: for 14 Board of County Comirlasioners of that vital for
east Quarter !Section! 23. Township 31, II expected to bring In a points are everyoneto p
profit are chargeable at rdrertlitnff South Range 33 Euat containing 'J9 Okeechobei County, Florida, will understand. First //12 i classes and special calf roping
rates. acres, more or leaa record amount, he said. "The need many In municipal stadium Satnr.

TRACT 204.L : The Northwest Quarter receive sealed bids for the purchase, arising from the terrible epidemic of will owe a substantial tax and contest
and the rest plus entry
of the Southwest Quarter. Section by laid Board, of One Ford I'.i ton should start to find out day night, ,
21. Township .14 South. Range 3.1 last year, the worst In twelve yean, Immediately fees, going to winners of the race
SUBSCRIPTION RATE East, containing 40 atria more or Truck 134 Inch chasli with air Is well known, and the people of how much they will owe and to

One year In advance ...-?........ .8300Six lisaTRACT cleaner and filter fully equipped, at make plans for meeting the obligation Sunday afternoon.In .
months In advance .. .. 1.00 2flS L : Tbe Southwest Quarter Florida have always shown their addition scores of trophies and
._.... .
of the ten o'clock A. 111. February 1, 1944
of the Southwest Quarter : I must emphasize this a. a
Thre. months In advance ........ .'75 Northwest Quarter Seitlon 28, Township In the of generosity In times of disaster suchas valuable merchandise awards will b*
::14 South Range 31: Fast containIng at the City this. simple matter of fairness to thosetaxpayers '

ID am, more or less.TRACT Okeechobee, Florida, who have overlookedthis made to winners and near-winners
Advertising: blBs are payable on "Included among the more than may
211 t. : The East half of the of the various events.
the first of each month. Parties Northwest Quarter of the Northeast The Board reserves the right to 12,000 victims were many people In phase of the change-over to th.pay..rou.JlO events wi1 be

unknown to Quarter ; the East. Half of the South reject any and al bids.C While some exclusively
publishers required to system
farming sections Polio ll still
went Quarter of the Northeaat, Qua a for Quarter Horses, a special
pay In advance. let and the Weat half of the South E. DRAWDY, mysterious disease, and It struck "Second, although many taxpayerswill
--.- oust Quarter of the Northeast Quarter Chairman Board of County stock horse class Is open to all
Section 27 Townahlp 34 South Knnse farmers, their wives and children inplaces find that they are substantiallypaid of breeding.
:11 KuKl: containing 10 acrea more or Corn misioners. cow ponies regardless
their 1943 of
Legal Advertisements far from epidemic sections, up on tun-.om.
Ie... Judging will be solely] on performance
I TRACT 220 '. : The South all acres "The dimes and dollars whIch are them, In fact, being entitled to refunds "cuttingcontest"
during spectacular
Half of the NorthwestQuarter
IN THE IMTfll: >> ST'.TFHHTBirT of theVost NOTICE! -it Is still for them
of the Southwest Quarter. given by people from the cities, necessary In which the horses actual

( ot'IIT Ol TIIFKV 11I1THICT! OF Seitlon 2S. Township 34 South. Range Okeeihonee s ounlT, Ha( ., ..Ian U, 1W4 towns and countryside all join together to file a return"Collector
F.Ot11UTNP4>> DIVI'tIOVt'NI'I'I I 11 Fast, containing all acres, inure <>r NOTICE IS IIKKEBY GIVES that ly "work" a herd of cattle acrossthe
: ) STATES OF AM Kit CIA, lisa pursuant to Section 9 of ChapterH.lln in helping these victims regardless Fahs explained that, under
Petitioner Florida Acts 1037, i hug arena.
laws of
,.. TRACT 221 T. : North four acres nf known aa the MIRPliy: ACT the following of age, race, 'creed or color' the pay-as-you-go system, all .
111 I'll: AfltFS OF LAND. MOnW( on Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter
described land In current withholding
and regardless of whether live tax payments through -
Lr1"! SITI'ATE: i\ oKFKfiinBF.BCHINTZ of Southwest Quarter. !Section! 2' Honda will tie offered for they

'. STATE: OF FLORIDA, 'lownKhln! 34 South Range :13 East sale at public outcry for the highest In cities where help li available from wages or by means of .. .. .. .. ...
AND U. E. BASS ET AT., rontnlnlng 4 acres, more or I Irsa. : .H".H"MOST: : :--: :-: :-:--:--: :+ :-:+:-)
and heat cash bid.. subject to the right
Iiefenilanla TRACT 226'. : The East Half cf, lIp, of the Trustee of the Internal Improvement swiftly or In some lonely farmhouse. payments on "declarations of estlI -

Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Fund to reject any and all "Half of all money raised li kept ated tax" are only approximate. OF YOUR
\o. ftlt ( 1.11 T. I Quarter' of Section 31, Township 34 hid, at the Court House at 10 A H.
Filed. nth dav of .!nnuor,, 1(144( South Range 33 East containing 20 on the 24th dnv of f'.hrllArlUH.; by each county for local use Th Therefore, It Is necessary to file a

EDWIN Tampa II. Florida! Clerk news, more or leas, Easement: for road right of way 200 remainder Is disbursed by the Na- return at the close of the year to
TRACT 227.I. : The West Half of feet wide will\ IIP reserved from any AWAY
Bv JII.KV A, BLAKE, lieputy l'lerk. the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest parcel through which there la an tional Foundation for use In epi- deter Ine the exact amount of eachperson' FRIENDS ?
:<4 Komi mid to land lalompoHlte
Quarter Section 31. Township existing State us
N TIE OF ('O\IF.'i 'TiOSI'RO'EF.DISOII South 1Il1neI East containing' 20 tracts nf 10 airea or more demic areas as grants for research tax liability and to deter

acrea,more or leaa title tn one. half of nil ,petroleum, ami hunting the cause and cur of the mine whether h* underpaid or over
10 WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: O.I. The Fast built of three.fourths of other minerals will\ ben Are you missing the thane t*
AND TO : Ibe Northeast Quarter: of the Northwest 'flenoilAll \' disease, and In training experts In paid his taxes. In Instances where share In this war-missing an experience .
The fallowing who real lc.. iota .'4 nod
persons art Township 34 Blks I to 111 Inc
Section 34 the
dents of the Male of Florida : South Quarter Range 31 East containing 20n'res .':%. Blk H and Ms :20 to 30 Ine. Itlk 10 the proper methods of treatmentthat current payments were less you'd value all your life '

Nathan Ilnlmea, Ft. I'leroe. Flu Jo.... southland Ih'llIht.I.r> of ""WI,i of victims may be restored to nor. than the tax payable March 15th, remittance
r. E. HuhliT. 101 x,E. lnl St.. mere ; '/ (Tract 1)) Sec II, Twp 34. figs :35.All Right now, In the WAC you could
TRACT 244.L : The !Southeast' Quarter mill! life of the difference will beneceu.ry
Miami Florida. Rika 1 to 10 Inc Southland as rapidly as possible.
M. W. .Johnson Hotel Burhrlilge. of the Southwest Quarter !See' 'tlon Ilolchts !ti-I of ::10'ot: SE'/ (Tract 21 be doing a vital Army job. Yet

Jaiksunvllle, Florida. 22, Township 31 South Range 33 F.aat Sec (5. Twp 34. Kee 311. V at the time of filing the could b* getting valuable training,

..fi ae|>li Ki'clHtiKHr id-io Hersihel containing 40 acres mere or leat All Blks 1 to 10 ""'. leas lots 40 and A 3-phase convention of statewide return. This amount cannot be paidin
!Street Jarksoavllle, Florida TRACT 24S,IThe East Half of the SO Blk 2 ; lots 40 and (1\(1. Blk :3 : Its 1 meeting new people, seeing new
!Southwest. Quarter of the Northeast to 6 ami 2fl to 31 Inc Blk 8: lots 1 to Baptist organizations will be held Installments In instances where places while serving country.
The following persons who are bellevtil Quarter Section 11. Township .1* 2S lint 47 to 50 Inc Blk 7. Southland :year
In Bradenton January 17th the current payments larger
be of of through were
t n"n.r.olo.nl. the Slat
:20acre. : nf Tract 3) More Wars needed at .
South Range 32 East: containing Heights S I) of RE", SK'i ( are one
Florida. and whom lint known a4dresae. .. more or lensTRACT Sec 0, Twp S4 Rge 8:1.1'R1'FrnE'I : 21- t. including the Golden Jubilee of than the final tax, the taxpayer* will
net forth below and all details
are aa OF TilE lXTF.HNAr.UIPIIOn"rEST II Get full about eligibility,
"persona ilalmlnit I by: through or ador 24ft I. : The East Half of the H'Nn: OF TilE the Women's Missionary Union, be enabled to secure a refund mere
them: !Southwest'! Quarter of the Southwest i training pay, the jobs Waci do, hew
Quarter. Section 3. Township 34 South. STATE OF FLORIDA. meeting of the Brotherhood, which ly by filing his return.ELECTRICAL ,
Chnrlea B. Frit. Cbepnp. Kansas Range 33 East containing 20 acres, I Rev R, Rnulerson Agent Trustees they live. Go te the nearest U. S.
Henry Kurt, Eudora, Ka". ... County Is the men's V
leas. I. II Fund, Okeechobee : organization, and the I
more or I I..
Army Recruiting Station (
Frederick Smith Jr.. I\1'Ilt. :Nebraska I Florida '
TRACT 2\11.1.: The West Half of theI'Inlltb.ol Florida State Baptist Convention.Four I
: Pene.r .
of the :'iortbeo.t'Qllorl.r. 'i I By Sopbronla I' cal post office will give :you the address
P, Oxlorhi'ri144' Ewing Street Quarter
Helena :Vontini. Section 111. Towntblp 34 South : 1 to five hundred delegates and WORK .) Or write The Adjutant

P. Ostlierjr. 1144 Roving St rr'l. HeleyaMolltlllH wore hangs or 31:less East containing 20 acres r NOTICE OF ISTF.S---LANE;;; TELL messengers are nticipated. P. P. EVANS General, Room 4415, Munitions

.M M) P, it. rU'ilfll Adinlnlstrntrli, TRACT 21fl.I. : The East Half nf the 'I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV.N tkat. V Building Washington, D. C. Do It
Estate OJ'1', HeiMI. ilrieaai-il Southwest Quarter of the Northeast ': Pursuant to Section 13 ((1), Ckipter20K58 j
Arrow smith. Illinois Quarter Section In 'township .14 ( laws of Florida Let of 141 HOUSE todayl:
Itimiilii Hi ili II Ilolihklss, 1011 H South Range :33 Fart containing 20 anil lection I 07 Chapter 14717. Law. News ads i I
Horse Street Belolt' WlHoward 'rea. more or U.as. are profitable. .. .. ..... .. .
ni of Florida, Acts nf 1031: aa smeaaed 1(00--------: : >: :-:-, : 00 0 0 .
Clearer. 3J4 Lansing Street, TRACT 217 I. The Fast Ilnlf of hv !Section 11 Charter 20A38 Laws of I .. ._
Car'ion. Mnhluan the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Florida Acts nf 1041 the following -
,r. II Kltten-r I'lmcuh. luwasdiiin Quarter Seiilon Is Township' :34 described. land U Okeechebee County, .
r, lioilu :ttklS X. Ljriiilule, South Range 31: East containing 20 Florid.. to.wit

Minneapolis' Mlnni'aotaA I sores. more or less.TRCT Lot 7. Ulk I'i2: Lot 12 Tllk 113.: : Lot
E:. 1'houuus.rr: I.. O. ShaneMt. 12, ilk Ti4. (.It, of OkeeihoheeLot
2111-I. The West Half of the
Long Pine I'mlerm-n Nilmiskadurar 4J14 Fortieth Ave., I Northeast Quarter: of the Southeast 14 und 11: Blk 3D, City of Okeechuhee .

_. Mlnueanolla.:' MtOn.'anta: i :1 'QuarterRivUnii; 10, Township 34 lota 6 and 7. Hlk I. and Lot 7. Blk t
'South tin JM S Kant, containing 20
,. Hire
A. A. l'ehoru Went Imxtor.; Manx of
4. Davis Addition !S! M of N\V'/4 ,
J. J. & J. S. raire. ins :North loth ai res. more or 10...
NH'4 of :NE'4 Sec 20 Twp 37 Rue 31:
Street. Nnrihnnod. Iowa. TIMCT 2(111.: : Lots 2. :.1. fI anil 7 Lot n. Blk 4 and Lots 1. 4, 8. M. 11 I
I'la retire t:. Ilull. trd. V. lams In Block 10 of Townslte of Ileemi' Inc cud, I., Itlk) 11. Iliillronil Addition I.I' i
Slur Route. ).ellollt n. :Neb.Mm cofilln I.. |'IM of the tulllh..rn1'0lulIl..tlolI f WI', "f MI of sE'i Sec 11: Twp I
/ Uln: I'. I I'lterinnn. N AilamaSlnr Cumiianv, dated JnmmrvM 37 Rge 33: : :

Route, Lexlugtoa. Nab.Jam's I'.H.1'\ and riionleil In flat Book 1, Lots 7 and !8, Ilk 221): ('II of Okee NOTICEOF '
Wilson Ht k). Mil.I I 'lied At. amir, page 70, I'uMli Records of Oaceola I i..hiiltocLots

Ak 'n. (ibloMI County | and being the North two 7. to, 11 nml 1:. IDk 14 Wrltrhfa
i iKiihi-iin niiwn, 4H nth AT* thirds of an 'in're, of the Southeast First Addition S-D located III foot
flit., Patterson, N J. Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of lots 7 nod s, Sii'J. Twp :17 llge 31I :
N r.. A irm H, Hun'man. 443 15th: the SouthiaM' Quarter of the :Northwest I lion I lot I'Xi-ept lull nsseimed to I
"" "llIle. I'lllrrsoii, X. J. Quarter Section 13 Township 34 Booth Flsherlis, Sec 22. Twp :37. Rge 31:

finer. .K, AIII1'. (f. Vulk, Route 2, South, Range 33 Euat. I\' '..j of Lot 4, Blk Mil, ('II\; of Ilkee,

NorfolK, "'ru.ka. liohee,
TRACT 2W F. Lot T III Block 2S of "
Will\ he offered for sale at public! oat- OPENING OF
TTnliep' F. larrudce. Box 2(1( Chlppe-
Townslte of l>oea (according ti> pintof err for tbe highest and beat cash bid
Faun. ls. .
WI the Southern Colonl/ntlon Companv anbject to the right of the Board nf
Marion (', Dalil ekotHh Hotel doted[ ..laiiunrr 15 I'.llanil\ recorded Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
Firifo, North Dakota.Her In Plat JI"ok' 1. Page 70. Public Records District to reject any and all bide at

I rn in .T. IliTiieraiin. Iirkolah Hotel of oseeoln (ComiM) and being the the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00:
Fargo, :North; Dakota North one qll.I.r": nn are la the o'clock A. on the 24th day' of Kelirimn -
1'iHil I.. MrllVrt" Dekiituh Hotel I Northeast of Southwest Quarter I / Kiiwenicnt: for ilrnlniiire, and 1 I
of :Northwest Quarter of Southwest will REGISTRATION BOOKS
Kiirgo, Niirth Dakota Quarter of Seitloti 13. To..n.blpI"lIlh. reclamation and road purposes 10.1

Jessie V. IliTirersoii ekotah Hotel 34 Range, J3 EimtNOW reserved BOARD OF COMMISSIONER .
Fnrifo, North Dakota
Mra. Anna n.rll r.n. iJvkiitub Hotel '
to he and appear In the I'nlted I
Kiirjn :North Ilokoto.I
Slates blxlrlii Court for the !Southern' By ROT R.
enrice .1. Dunni'M. Hutenllel.Jllihltnii. IHatrliC of Mnrldu at To",!"I. 1.10rlllll. Clerk of tbe Circuit Court THE REGISTRATION BOOKS WILL
OPEN i i
on the 2vh dm of ,','Iorllllr,. A, II. .f Okeechohee County, Florida TUESDAY iI
Mm Mollle' r.nnk, 1:40 W. Macon 11144\ hi filing your written claim or as agent for said

Street iHtutur 111.Mra answer either. In person, or l hy tutor- Board FEBRUARY 8, 1944 and CLOSE MONDAY MARCH 6 1944 I
Pease, Deputy ,
BT Sepbronlfl :
Mary; llinu loml, Ilnutw 4, Icy. and to show what right title or 1
Kiurne.Nehraaka.: Interest :von have or iluliu In or to
said property: und to show reuse whvIt AS FOLLOWS :
17117 \\bllfleld' Itonil
Klnll Fueha should not he taken for the use*
1'.IIlrllu. I'lillfurnln and sit forth In aald petition, NOTICE OF TFVTIOV TO BELL ,
'I 1'I he heirs and, /or assigns ot the (ullouliiK and::: purposes thin : tiro not, to omit: upon:: LAND
.peraiina deieaaul.. or l i'lle\eil ,penallv of xoii doing burred of nil claim NOICE IS' m: ItKBT GIVEN that Precinct No. 1-Mrs. B. C. Swain Fort Drum Post Office
ad- ,
anil 11 i Chapter
to lie di'iemnMlthnae nuuic and Interest In and to said lanila anil Pursuant to Section ( )
dresses ore unliiionn: of having ludgtuont til default eutiTi'ilngnlnst 20tTiU, Laws nf Florida Acts of 1041 of Precinct No. 2-Mrs, Alex Thompson, her residence
heirs of Mra, M.. ':. Iledell. ileceoaeil. you and Seitlen' t17. Chapter 14717 Laws
limits uf 1 'n known helra of Andrewllanii, of this, Court this the Situ day of Socllon II, I binitir Jin -
ii c.,.,.u end.I'uknuwii. January A, D. 1914.EIH'I Flnrlohl.1.. of 1H41. the followingiloscrlliid Precinct No. 4-Dr. J. O. Wolff, Park Drug Store I
duCen liinil In ()Ikeeiholiee Cinintv
aid.. belri of bumps'Vllron I nlleil X It States. WIILIAM4 lust ri-I Court Clerk lorlda. to.wit : Precinct No. 5-Mr. C, N. Stratton, his residence
(4 ftV ot NE nor of SEH nfNKV4
Beg 2
lima, de- "
I'nknown heirs of
r<'aaed. Southern IHatrlit of FlorldnBv CJurk : of ,,"t:'., run S HI8 ft. W tin' ft Precinct No. 6-Mr. J. M. Scott, his residence
whose aildreama Julian A. Blake Deputy N 1(11 ft. E 00 ft. $ee .O. Twp 37Kin. .

The fallowing are unknown persona, If nllve, and If (SEAl.Al'TKST.1 A TIH'E COPYEDWIN .13Lota: Precinct No. 7-Mr. J, H McCranie, Wisteria Drug Store
deceased, their unknown heirs and/or 1 to 12 lue Blk 71 : Iota 1 to I
HHliina wliime names and addreaaea i It. Wll.IIAMS. Clerk U III.... Blk till : Luis .1 and 11 |to 24
I", S, latrlit Court Inc Blk IIKI' : lots II). lo aid 11. IIk

err Mra unknown Tills T.: Tboren Yalea Southern by .Anna IHstrli M. Mitchell.Deputy of Florida. I 101: City uf OkeexhoheeHeff Hours open from 9 a. m. until 12 noon and from 2 p. m. until 5:00p.
SNor of S\\ )/ ai SJ.li:
M A.. ((''., inmuon HiihertvMfreU | Clerk -- ,I run N 2113: : ft M Rand, M. along m. on week days. Books will be open until 9:00 p. m. on Satur .
and wifeI Road A 07 degrees 2V, I1! 117 5 ft tn V
>. II M lilffenliuiiuh hibrlnv I lit1'"" of SA I. H\; :'ill ,degree ;:.'!'. day nights and will be closed on Sundays.

\Mlt-HEAS. i petition for ro nil eranutlou NOTICE SF APPLICATION FOB ''I': 41H.:.1 ft to hunt N. w 1111.. it tu
hits been filed\ on the 12th daY TAX tEED 1'OH See 14. Twp 37. Rge 33.
of Kebruurv. A. 1>. 11)4): In the Lulled Laws .f ItM will lie offered for sale at pUhllr onto
Notice U liereliy given that Etta Starting Tuesday March 7 1944 t'he
Mate IHatrlit Court for the Southern Xelmi'iio\lli, holder of las lertlflcutu cry far the highest and best cash bid Registration Books for

IlUtrlct of Florida liv the, aicnlnat UnttedStates I N". 7JH. Issued the 7th day ot July, sublect tu the of right Everglades of the Board Drainage.fCoinmliialoners all Precincts will be open at the office of the Supervisor of Regis
of Amerlia petitioner
AI! I> 1011. and Tax Ccrtiflntte Nn.
tbe above named defendunta. praying Issued District to reject lilY and alt bids, at tration and close 15 1944.
cumpenaiitlon. 177. l the ntba\ of AIIII'II'I.A. the Conrthonae, beginning at 10'60 on April ,
for condemnation upon proper D. 1U40, baa filed sumo In my of nfMnrcb
with 01 link A. M, nn the 2nd day
fur use In connection
FlorIda flee i has made apill| < allon for a Tax 11)44\ Eaaeiiicnt for driitnntrn
the Aron Park Bombing Itange

authorized 1. and for bv such Congress other u.or.. by aa may E&eeu-be tlflrate Deed to embraces he Issued, the thereon following Said Cer deaerlhed and reclamation be res.rvpd.RCART and road purposeswill Hours open from 9 a. m until 12 noon and from 2 p. m. until

In the County *fOkeei
the Order of the following described .hohee, Slate of Florida to-wlf EVERGLADES Oir COMMISSIONERSOP : DRAINAC.E 5 p. m. on all week days.

Unda situate In Okeecbobic Comity Lota 1 to 10 Inc. Block 3. IleBerrv : DISTRICT.
Horlrtn. tnI'1'lIACT \ Garden S II of SWi'j of SW'1,4 ofBWV4
BT Rev R. Rsulersaa
1J4 I, : The Northwest
Swtloii sec. 17 Twp. 37 Rge, S3 TterV of the Circuit Court
of the :Northeast yuarter
ler The assessment of said property coder
.f Okeechobee County, Flar8.ull -
2, Township A'l South. Range 32 East,
said l Cerilflcate' III lied was In tbe Hoai"
contiilnlrig 311 aerea more or leaaTKACT ( Ida, aa agent Signed :
nf nknown
of name !Sepbrenla! Pease Deputy Clerk
Half By
U3-I.: Tbe South Unless. said Certificate ahull be redeemed
the Northwest Quarter of Section! 2. aieordlug to law, property -
'JowiiBhlp :M South Range 3J East, I' described therein shall be sold to the Enlistment quotas for white apprentice
containing 7t .,'r" .. mora or leaa highest Milder at (be Court home dooron I
IIACT 144 I... The Southeast Qua? the first Monday In tbe Month of seamen and colored stew

tot of the Northeast Quarter 33 Section baat, Tebruarv. 1944 which I I. the 7th day ard's mates for February, the first W. B. HargravesSUPERVISOR
17. Township 34 South llange nf February. 1H4Dnted .
,'cnnliilnlnK 40 no re... more or let" this 7th dav of .Tnnnnrr, 1044 enlistment to be made In the 17-
TRACT 146. L : The North Half of '
!seal! )
the Northeast Quarter. Settlou 20 ( ('lethOCirciltRCourt itON' year-old and over 38 brackets In

Township Tl: South' Range 31 East Okaeckobt Cotaty Flerlta. three months, has been received by
containing "M) .er... more or leaa. --
Southeast Quarter Seventh naval district Coatt Guard '
Township :M South.
of !Sortlon! 21.
taste 'M East contalalng ISO acres TAKPEKD headquarters, Miami Lt. (Jg) H. A.

In1RAtr leaa, of taws *f IMS Weasel, district recruiting officer
154 L: The .
Notice la bi>rehjr given that Oke ,
the rorthw'est Quarter of the North- I announced today (Jan 24) upon his
of Tax
Townablp 3.1 chohee. Incorporated, holder 1
Section 27
put Quarter 33 Eaat cootalulng 20.rTrR'A Certinrates Noa 11! 18 29.: 21ha rd return from inspections of sub- :
South Hang the 3rd dav of July A. D. 1830. haa
more or less recruiting stations In Orlando and
In ofttr' has mid spplleattno -
183 L: The Northeast Qua? I filed name mv ei I I f
Section for s Tax Deed to le Issued Tampa.
ter of the Southwell Quarter
&1 East, 'thereon SaId Certificates embrace the ,
94 South
4, Townahlp less following described property In the V .' .
44 tcrea. more or
TRACT 176.L: Tb Fast Half of tbNortbeaat County of Ok.wrhobce State cf' Florida
of tie Northeast to-wtf:
Quarter, Section Quarter 13 Towoahlp 84 Lot :21, See. 8. Twp 34. R,.. 33 printing .





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1 ......=.....'..'.=='..'.==..'..===:a 00".'.==-......-.=..a.................'..'.==:'.-0===a..o" ===<..'..==-..'.==} 2nd.: I will appreciate the vote and nounce that I am a candidate for reelection f I > ,; ..:: y
I IIIIIIII / support of everyone. to the office of County
I H. II. HANCOCKFOR Commissioner for Okeechobee Coon
SOCIAL NEWS ty from District No. 3 In the Democratic i W. V. WILSON Jr.

. :, MEMBER OF SCHOOIL Primary to be held May 2 I : ,

I II"......=.....HMr ===..'i.===-.....==z.....c":=.... '..'.="""' .....=='..._'..'.'_''''''...'..=_= .._.._._=_.....___._..1 BOARD DISTRICT No. 2 will\ appreciate your continued vote I TAX CONSULTANT
----- =- I wish to announce that I am a and support i I
( ;111' ). W. J. Hondry and Mr. J. R. CHURCHES OF CHRIST, I candidate for member of the School ERNEST BILLIARD ; Auditor-Notary Public

r Minvhan were visitors spending SCIENTIST Board from District No. 2 In the I
Monday In Fort Pierce. "LOVE" li the subject of the Les- Democratic Primary May 2. I will\ FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
-o- son-Sermon which will be read In appreciate your vote and support.V. DISTRICT No. 3 WILL BE IN OKEECHOBEETo

F. F. Burr was a business visitor I Churches of Christ Scientist, thru- E. (VAN) LIGHTSEY I take this opportunity to announce ,
In Fort Pierce Monday. I out the world on Sunday, Jan 30. that 1 am a candidate for Assist Taxpayers in preparation of Tax

!' -o- I The Golden Text li: "Beloved, let FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD the office of County Commissioner I II Returns On <
e C. H. Parkerson, local manager of I If us love one another! for love ii of DISTRICT No. 2 I from District No. 3 for Okeechobee I MONDAY
f the Florida Power and Light Com God; and every one that loveth li I wish to announce that I am a 'County In the Democratic Primary WEDNESDAY
pony, Is again able to be out after a born of God, and knoweth God" (I candidate for reelection as a member May 2. I will appreciate your vote I THURSDAY FRIDAY

severe case of the flu which kept John 4:7): of the School Board from District and support. I '" FEBRUARY 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th
him confined to his home several Among the citations which comprise No. 2 for Okeechobee County. F. M. MOBLEY
of I will\ appreciate the continued I
daya this week. the Lesion-Sermon Is the following vote
f -o- from the Bibles "Master, and support of all\ of the people of : FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER County Commissioners Room, East Side CourtHouse

C. H. McNulty of Melbourne, president which Is the great commandment In my district. DISTRICT No. 4 I Write P. O. Box No. 532 West Palm
of the Okeechobee County the law! Jesui said unto him, Thou W. D. COKER I take this opportunity to announce .
Bank, pent Wednesday In Okeecho shalt love the Lord Beach for appointment
thy God with ASSESSOR that I am a candidate for reelection
bee transacting business. all thy heart, and with all thy soul, FOR TAX a) a member of the Board
-o- and with all\ I take this opportunity to announce ,
thy mind. This li the of County Commissioner from
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hargraves of first and great commandment"Matt. that I am a candidate for I County Commissioners District No. Former Government Auditor-Fees Reasonable

Clewiston were visitors who spent ( 22:36.38): ). re-election to the office of Tax 14 of Okeechobee County In the
Tuesday in Okeechobee attending to The Lesson Assessor subject to the May pri
also Includes\ Democratic Primaries In May I will\ ..
business and visiting relative the following passage from the mary. appreciate the vote and support of ..
Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand Your vote and support will\ be appreciated the people of the county I I-
Senator J. Ed Umatilla I
Baker of Health with
Key to the Scrip. C. E. DRAWDY
and candidate for the Democratic tures" ROBERT LA MARTIN
by Mary Baker Eddy: "Dolt -
nomination as Governor stopped off thou 'love the Lord thy God with FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER YOUR TIRES SMOOTH OR NEED
in Okeechobee Wednesday afternoon all thy heart, and with all\ thy soul, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
on his way from Miami to Tampa. and with all\ thy mind'? This com DISTRICT No. 4
I wish to announce that I am a REPAIRING
: mand Includes much, I wish to announce that I am a ?
even the surrender -
candidate for County
Basil Bowden who has been con of all\ merely material candidate for the office of County as
sensation -
Commissioner from District No. 5
fined to the Weems hospital at Se- affection and worship. This Is Commissioner from District No. 4
bring since last Saturday wa givena the El Dorado of for Okeechobee County subject to for Okeechobee County in the Democratic
Christianity" (
blood transfusion at that hospital 9:17-21). p. the Democratic Primary May 2. I Primary May 2. I will\ appreciate Have the work done by Humphries at Fort

yesterday morning. Reports from will appreciate the vote and support your continued vote and Pierce. Nine years experience-one of the south's
there Indicate that he la In a seri of everyone support.
, ous condition though( not dangerous. POLITICAL GILBERT CULBRETH.FOR I R. E. (EDDIE) BASS finest plants.

We have just doubled our capacity, operate
Point N. Y., arrived In Okeechobee DISTRICT No. 1 COURT 24 hours daily and can give prompt service. We

last week and Is spending sometime FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN TIE: I wish to announce that I am a I hereby announce my candidacy have plenty of best grade truck and passenger

here with her brother and ils- LEGISLATURE candidate for re-election to the office for reelection as Clerk of the Clr. rubber. No rationing certificates now required.
ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ras- I wls' t. anaeuace that I a. a of County Commissioner from cult Court of Okeechobee County

sell. eaidldate for re-electlen as Representative District No. 1 for Okeechobee County subject to the Democratic Primary Large stock new passenger, truck and tractor
-0o In tile Florida Legislature In the Democratic Primary May May 2. I will\ appreciate your vote tires and tubes.
The Okeechobee News I is In re tar Okeeckebee County la tile ee.- 2. I wilt\ appreciate the vote and and support
ceipt of a letter from Mrs. Lucille lug primary ele tioe. Your '..tl.... support of everyone. ROY R. RAULERSON.
I Hauck In which she ask that her support will ha appreciated B. C. SWAIN -
subscription to the Okeechobee W. J. (BILL) HENDRT Call or write :
News bo renewed as she la anxious FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER | FOR COUNTY JUDGEI

to keep up with the people of Okee- FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN/ THE I DISTRICT No. 2 hereby announce my candidacy HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING
for re-election to the office of County -
chebee. Mrs. Hauck was for many LEGISLATURE I wish to announce that I am a
years a regular winter visitor to I herewith announce my candidacy can lidate to succeed myself as a Judge of Okeechobee Co. and If i COMPANYPhone
Okeechobee and has many friends for member of the State Legislature member of the Board of County nominated In the Democratic Prl'l
. among the from Okeechobee County, Commissioner of Okeechobee Count merles in May and elected In the
,!, where State of Florida, subject to the will ty from District No. 2 subject to the I j I General Election In November of this 139 Fort Pierce, Fla.

"Kllgore's new 1944 annual seed of the people In the Democratic primary will of the voters of Okeechobee I I year, I pledge continued honest,
catalog" and Vegetable Planting of May 2, 1944. County In the Democratic PrimaryIn I faithful and loyal service to the taxpayers I
Guide for Florida now available. Your vote and support will be ap May. I will appreciate the vote and citizens and will give -.---
Send for your free copy. THE KIL- preciated. and support of everyone I continued fair and Impartial decisions f.0
GORE SEED COMPANY, PLANT PHIL Y. CASON W. F WALKER in the trial of all matters coming

, I CITY, FLA. 83 .,,- I before me. I respectfully solicit the "\.-
""" '" ... Vr" FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER support and vote of the voters of r- 't\r;,
FOR SALE-Tomato Plant. Any COUNTYI DISTRICT No. S Okeechobee County. :;;
Amount. Both Marglobe and Rut am a candidate for reelection 'o I take this opportunity to an T. W. CONELY, JR. .' '-

gers. W. F. UNDERHILL, P. 0. Box the office of Sheriff of Okeechoba |I w ,

724, Okeechobee, Fla. 4t County subject to the voters In thii ;rj.n"'rrfriijorfP> i1ffl''Tnnfft'llIllf..Jl'II'8III'IfII : ..!.... J..
-- -- Democratic Primary May 2. Your '
oo.--o.. :+:.:..:--,...)*))+t continued vote and support w,11 be'I',i ; ,

oo---o.o.Gilbert Theatre* appreciated. -L. L. CONRAD. I OKEECHOBEE I ,

I wish to announce that I am a II a .
Friday and Saturday #
candidate for the office of sheriff
of Okeechobee County In the Demo I COUNTY f f'Ii

" Marguerite Chapman and cratic Primary election to be held In G(I

Edmond Lowe i May, 1944. I served as State Game i I
-ln"Murder Warden for eleven year and feel Ii

In Times that I gained experience that will T Is off to a good start in the purchase of War u,
greatly benefit me In the Iherlff'loffice. II" "

I solicit your vote and sup | Bonds after the sale in the Park yesterday afternoon u M
Square" port In the coming primary and If
I elected to this Important office I but we still have a long, long way to

. will serve the people of th Countyto i '
3 MesquiteersIn the best of my ability.R. go to reach our quota. 'u'uk /tweMJ t'84xiFr


of Hunted We want to urge everyone to buy Bonds Y
COUNTY and More Bonds in order that Okeechobee
Men"Alao I take this opportunity to announce !, -
that I am a candidate for C' County will be among the counties that -

: NEWS AND CARTOON the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee I Maybe that electric apft-
reaches its quota in the present War Loan I
County In the Democratic Primaryto once doesn't work oed
Sunday & Monday be held In May. I will appreciateyour i Drive took ready for th*

vote and support oK) I scrap heap but-let your
Ethel Waters, Rochester MORISE THOMAS
repairman tee it first
We furnish with '
can' you kind or +
i and Lena HornIn SHERIFF--;; ;, Take the cord and broken
I COUNTYI amount of Bonds you may desii'e to purchase. $ j. part along,

1 "Cabin lntheSky"Also take this opportunity to announce H* mar t>* obi to it-
Ask us for any information you may want to
that I am a candidate for the pair it so it will give

OUR GANG COMEDYNEWSWednesday office of Sheriff of Okeechobee know in the purchase of Bonds.Okeechobee f more years of efficient
. County subject to the will\ of the .--.... economical service At
voter In the Democratic Primary 1 the very least he ear

Only May 2. I will appreciate the vote '". A. 3*"" )}:' salvage part needed Ia
and support of the people of the .w making other repair

county ."4+" ._ ., Let your repairman loch
"Salute for Three" J. A. ABNEY County I -.' at those Idle appliCUlceeyou'

/' t :. stored away lie
Betty Rhodes and PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI I I I r- .'l; ....;;i" serve some They uielul may pew-ye/

Dona Drake take this opportunity to announce i Bank r(Inch Sam asks Dttt r pose Ii you have BO repairman
that I am a candidate for Superin 'i (
of your ow,
, tendent of Public Instruction for I HAVE, DO! 1
NIGHT Okeechobee County In the Democratic I I (If f you can't 1131 It, ht "- w.will bugyouhadis..

Primary In May. I Phone 15 ; umeoss sls1 bays It .

Grand Prize-$75.00 Your vote and support will be ap I r I
predated Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit I eu.w mUn:! *MMVar a a.

Coming Attractions CARL T. DURRANCEFOR : Insurance Corporation
jk/v I .
L / "SALUTE TO WAS THE A MARINES" This li to announce that I am a C. H. McNULTY, Presldeat N. RAT CARROLL, Viee-Presideet IN IVYINt Walt "

"R "STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM""LASSIE candidate for re-election to the office E. G. KLPATKICK, Caaaler .AI'I'1 1DON'T
.L of Public Instruction E M. Meierve J. II. It..
COME HOME"H4M1 of Superintendent Sr. 'J. t, Pearce Allen Xarkaaaira.w'K

I. H I I I I 1 i I I I III IHHU ject to the of Democratic Okeechobee primary County May ub- 1IL : WASTE ELECTRICITY ;/JUST IECAVSE It'S-NNEIJJ
>J.A4 M.**.>'H"H"l"l"l"i"l"l I I I I I I I I "_. .. III'" I II II .


ami I i 1i jm'iTI; : Jiii1iI tfT.. IT.'TIjjfjit' ;Iiiit] i1m:111r.Jnm: [, ,IIIIr.lll fJCilII III! n]] ,lmmJ:1::! 111ffi1lr.! 1I1111njI! !:1:nlllnnllIll! 11.I


'CHECK February


I Clearance !

By keeping tab on your Printing requirements
) I II All items here listed are in stock in Okeechobee, just south of

I Raulerson's Department Store
and placing your order several days in advanceof


delivery date, you will aid us materially to

Regular Priced for
give you a better job and reduce the chances of Price Clearance
$19.95 UNFINISHED CHEST OF DRAWERS ........._...___.$17.95
I $39.95 WALNUT DRESSERS _....---..._................---...__.. ----..$34.66
$79.95 SOFA BED .__---__....___.....__........__---__......____...------....---.$59.98
delay To complete a job of printing many operations 1 $129.95 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE ...____.......___..___.$109.77
Modern, Bleach Frame Tapestry Cover
$39.95 EASY CHAIR ---___..._-_.................._............................$33.88
are necessary The type form must beset -I $35.95 HI-BACK ROCKER ...--........--...._.._._..........._.........$19.99
$16.95 HI-BACK ROCKER ...- .......__......................._.___...--. $12.95
$12.95 OCC. CHAIR __. .... ......-.......-..............._...........--...-.---. $9.95
drawn and $4.95 STEP STOOLS .-- ..-.--_-_.-__-__moo___...________...-..........__.-.. .$3.98
then properly spaced out a proof
; $26.95 CANVASS BABY CARRIAGE .__ ...__...___ .$21.87

--------- Collerator IceRefrigerators
read; corrections made and locked in a chase for Storage
Wardrobes House Paint

$9.95 $2.39 $75.95
the press. Sometimes every letter of a form except 75 Lb. Capacity
Sturdy Wood Per Gallon Large, Roomy, of
V Framed .. Modern Design,
j ------- Fully Insulated
one or two, will print on the press. The ones

that do not print must be worked on; ink must ALL WOOL RUGS --------------------------------------------------------$2 .95

24x48 THRO. RUGS ______....._.___..__-..._......_.....-..........__.-.....-.$ 4.98

36x60 THRO. RUGS ..........._....._.__.__.._....._.-___$10.95

have attention, paper stock must be cut and the 9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS ...-.....-......_._....,.....,..,.._.....__.._..$ 9.75
3-PIECE BED ROOM SUITE ......._..._..___....._.........._____$89.95
job run on the press. and when the work is com- FOLDING SCREENS ...___------.___.._.._.._........_....."",-...._...._..$ 7.95

FEATHER PILLOWS Each ....___..---._....._.......-__......--.....$ 2.49

pleted the type must be distributed for use on the I DISHESPYREX

PIE PLATES ......._......_.._..........__......._........___u.. 45c

next order. This does not include wrapping and 9-INCH DINNER PLATES ..__..._....._......____........_.....__ 15c

CUPS AND SAUCERS ..._.._____.._......_.'....__.........-. 'lOc

WATER TUMBLERS-3 for .__.._..........___ lOc
operations delivery. .
bindery or LARGE PLATTERS ..............._._......_..__.__.............- 35c

SMALL PLATTERS .......___.._......__........___...........--. 25c

BOWLS ._..__.___ .. .-____.........___..._....__.__.............-.._...__00 25c
SIX-CUP SILEX COFFEE MAKER __ .____.__-.._-.__..-..$1.98


The Okeechobee News

: ,' ;* ,', Okeechobee J. E. CONE, Agent Fort PiercePAGE

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