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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: February 18, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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News of Our BoysIn Sale Fourth and Annual Show Fat Will Stock Be 'Girls' Choir Given I''Okeechobee Exceeds Its ttty ota In Qualifying Fees for County Offices In '



Various CampsAt Open In Ocala-! Feb. 23rd Reception At I Home | War Loan d Drive May Primary 1944 Are Computed By


I Home & Abroad nual Oula Southeastern, l\b. 15-The Fat Fourth Stock Showanti An- of Mrs. (Ilk, ithniiiu. Couifiir exceedi' Commissioners

Sale, at Ocala, la scheduled to Markham' t ''il.ota.n| the \| Loan Bond Committee and County -"
drive which clooe, nday night.
I L .'ut and :Mrs Frank W. Zan- open on Wednesday, February 23, ,I The total sales fcj county wa -

'iM'n" jr., and family of Camp Mur- and will close on Friday, February The Girl*' Choir of the First Baptist $120.67633 for all L of bonds. Buses of Florida Had Qualifying feet for county office

,111and Mrs, Wallace Arey of Delia 2i, according to W. E, Ellis, general church wa given a reception by in the May Primary 1944 computedby
This ii by far t rgClt sale of Only One Fatality In \
Beach visited Mr. and Mr*. F. chairman. the "Lydia" Sunday ichool clan] I madJ Roy R. Rauleraon, clerk circuit

W Zander, *r., on Sunday. L. V. Staikey, Clemson Agricultural I Friday evening at the home of Mr, bonds yet Okeechobee 1943, States A Frank court, on the baal of 2 per cent
county and shows! interest that I
o 0 IMrs. College, Clomion, South Carolina Allen Markham. This was done In encased by the County Democratic

Edwin Walker received I will he the official judge. Appreciation of the excellent music 'I was manifested bJof the people. Tampa, Feb. 16-"Buses of Florida ,I Executive Committee and 3 per cent

word from her husband Pvt. ThomasE I Scholarship to 4 H and FFA winning the girls have provided at the The News i II u|"" to give the operated more than 26,000,000 mile* I I assessed by the Board of County

Walker that he hal been recently members will be awarded by church service breakdown on thiles at we have and carried nearly 15,000,000 passen Commissioners on the salary or fee

moved from North' Africa to Italy. I ,he State Department of Agriculture The girls were never lovelier thanat [ not been able to (the amount of gen with but one fatality In 1943," earned by the respective office forth s

U. stated he was well and getting Nathan Mayo, Commissioner. this occasion In 'their varl.color sales made by tlloy Scouts and itated Asher Frank, Director of the year 1943 are a* follow:

along fine I, War Bonds will be awarded to the ed formal Girl Scouts and Ir organiiationi Florida Safety Council, who has
I drea.lel. The house
wa Commissioner . .$33.75
winners in the 4-H end FFA Show. decorated that worked In drive but with just completed a but survey of the County '
I i anshlp Contest with spring flowers, snap- the sale of that ount of bond.eVel''onp State. Member School Board 22.50 vs
Sergeant Albert] Berka, Jr., arrived by the Florida Iragons row and. ,gladioli Punch In Legislature 18,00 ,.
State Veterinary Mcditnl Association must |e done their "Again," laid Mr. Frank, "my hat Representative
home Wednesday .night and I il I and sandwiches were served throughout Clerk Circuit Court . 197.95 t
and part. off the fine driven and goodwill -
by Zetrouer'i Cash Store. Is to
pending a week here with hi [ the evening, from the beautifully
par the Supt. Pub. Instruction .133.90County ,
Wednesday, ambassadors selected by
"its Mr and Mr, Albert Berka n.1| and classification] February of cattle 23, entry appointed table In the diningroom Mrs. J. G. Rig f Willlaton arrived bus transportation operatori. Not Judge . . . . 82.88 t.I

Sgt Berka went to the in . 85.00
army j In OkeechJ and County Tax Assessor s
'I Thursday February. 24, official I last week only are they conserving human
"'"ruary. 1913 and thli li his first I, Mri. D. O. Alderman, "Lydia" claw I Supervisor of Regi 24.00 ."
I II with her In County
judging, 4-H and FFA judging 4-11 pending a mji here life but they also are helping I
furlough since joining the army. Ho I i and FFA Showmanship Contest, bllr.hecueblllHluet teacher, Mrs. Earl :Morey and :Mrs j' son-in-law and fghter, Mr. and every'way possible to conserve the County Tax Collector . 108.20
now stationed at Camp Van Allen Markham, clans officer Atty. 65.00 ".
I II at city auditorium received Mrs I. J. Swiria life of the vehicles they are operating County Prosecuting

I ii >ni, Mis*. and, all uwnuN, scholarships, bonds i>t the door. In the Interest of public lafety. Sheriff , . . 96.98

'' I Mr*. Donaldson presided Mrs J. H. ReJ of Gainesville,
Edgar and prize monies. at the "In spite of the ihortage of man I In the Primary May 2, the voters
Wilson left this week to.: piano at Interval Georgia, and Ml Carl Sims ofCon'ers
during the
for trainingnew
return I Friday February 25 sale of fat eve. power and the necessity of Okeechobee county will vote for
to Marine training camp in cattle. ning. Mrs. D. 0. Alderman .gave a I Georg l ,ill arrive todayto drivers, they have made this Commissioner countywideinstead

California after ipendliig several ldays __ _\ri .. humorous reading Mill Frances I visit their n., bins James T. record possible"Many County .
districts
for them by
here with his parent, Mr, andMrs. I Sheffield and Miss Hancock. of voting
Betty Mason
J E,;, J. Wilaon.M ; Order Chicks Early I pitted piano solos. Group singing ------v-- as was done in the primarytwo
i
o e
0I Are years ago.
I of familiar longs was enjoyed by C, S. Simmons ,10 I II employed at Events 0"

-i Edna Hansel arrived home Advice of Farmers I, everyone. Fort Myers, .1", yesterday here The time for candidates to qualifyin I

-auudny I from Ariiofla where I' Those attending to bus that of Representative .
the present were: Mr. 0. L. II. Listed In Rodeo' all races except

"> been stationed with the WAVES: I HiuiK'rion, Mr. Z. K. Williams, in the Legislature expire '

I M llnnsel took va seven months 1 Florida, fninxt and others who I I tire Irwin Register, bin Austin T. Hancock at midnight March 17. The time for I
Mine Beth rdeahaw, Minnie '
'innIin the training camp in that au planning, : "" inislrur chickens Pearce, Mri. Clifton Elli, Mrs\ M. The St Lucie County Cattlemen'i Representative In the Legislatureand
Lw Lowry, Pegp Chandler, Doris
itate and now hat the rating of ,: this year true uiccd: liv n( K, U. Donaldson, Mri. Chester -ociation will present its first annual Senate closed at midnight Feb.

. 'nird clans petty officer After her Moore State Experiment; Station : son, Mr, II, M. Hancock Rauler'j! June Thomas, B, Mason Juanita rodeo contest at Fort Pierce ruary 1. All candidate ihould remember

i "he will report to the Naval poultry huibnnilman to order baby Pounce, Mr. Earl Morey, Mr. lIu.b"It Pearce, Juanell Pearce, Mildred Feb 25th, 26th and 27th. Jaycee these dates and file their
; I Moigan, Alice II! cock Idell Tom-
nintf camp at Banana River instate chick now. r Harden, Mr. D. O. Alderman, lin. field! has been chosen as the most first expense accounts with the
on, Wllla Toi neon Betty Jane
where the will be itatt J "The big ruth for baby chicks Mm Allen :Markham, :Mrs F. F. Ikely place to properly present the Clerk of tho Circuit Court.
,J I ,. Whldden, Susan .mcock and Fran-
I. I cornea in March and April and folk Burr, Mr*. :M, Durmnce. !Mrs James eel Sheffield. rodeo Performances are scheduledfor The registration books will close

0 0 0 who can raise February chick I Friday and Saturday nights at ut midnight April 15 and all who '

ord I ha* been received her that J should get them now, and those who I 8 o'clock, and Sunday afternoon at have not registered for the primary

M ju Pauline Kelley, former teacher 'cannot raise them until tutor In theaeaeon I 2-30 the committee in charge an should do 10 at once.

I li) Okeechobee High School I should _VOteechobee -_____ \
has ,| else place their orders nounced. -

enlisted In thus
f' one of the leather* here for ,, ," Moore laid I II Too Late to cicjssity number of western itafi and Flor- Over Top in Scout Drive t,
I I a
w yeara. I I Ordering cluck now will enable I Ijtions I ; ida will take part In the many con- "'
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'I' ,rbert-4.Nix arrived dome last I more adequately because they uy x > < I II tluded"'ln) a thrill packed programof --x Scout'' Executive of t.West paU.rlon Palm! ... ..

.'"IH\' from the Naval Training 'will know how many they will be r- ore than 13 events it was

", "t> Norfolk, Va., and la spend-.called I Thanks to the ] I Ita ted. Beach, Okeechobee county wa the
on to deliver and can make literary taste of amore aim )'OUr' .If Your pastor could I
i I first county in the Gulf Stream
i week her with his parent, arrangement in advance to handle] or lea sophisticated 19 year road this book to his congregation Contest events include wild 1

Mr. T..0.H. Nix. I their orders. old daughter, I have just experienced with eict", propriety. I believe I Brahman bull riding, Brahman calf ; St.Council Lucie composed, Martin, of Okeechobeo Indian River and, 1

"If hatcheryiven know ahead of I the delightful thrill of completely ] that evrn our Purilantcnl-minded roping, wild iteer wrestling, andcowboys'
Palm Beach counties, to exceed their
(Ian Petty Officer Fred .| time, how many chicks they must toting myself In a book. With my Postmaster General, war recently I and cowgirl saddle bronco :
in the Finance Drive which
.ir., arrived in OkeechobeeI :I hatch and the time when buyer nose buried In its fascinating page, barred K iuuV"' from the malls, riding. Sufficient prize money ha* quota I

I i-ilny" and ii spending a fif- I want them delivered, they will be I I have giggled and guffawed almost could go through it letter by letter 1 been hung up In these events to attract began February 7th and ended February
14th "Scout Week"S.
'.1% leave here with hi* par- I I1 !able I to make arrangements for egg, to the point of hyittrla. and not find even a punctuation the top notch rodeo talent and

M li> and. Mm. Fred T, Wilson, !'labor, shipping! packages and other I Because I believe that we should mark that would justify a "cease enough advance entries In each con -Ralfanlder I II chairman of
the! finance committee for the Gulf
"a welding. Instructor at' thing they will need. Anyone who share the joy of life and because I and deiint" order. test event has already been receivedto
Stream Council' and also acted a*
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nt. Lake Naval Training can raise chick hatched In February I j feel that we need, in these trying No, "Bed Manner Is as clean asa Insure a full list of entries.A chairman for the Okeechobee dis.
.
i m Chicago.Paul (
I e e will be helping the hatchery- 'I tn:-at, to change our mental diet Dutch Kitchen and a* pure as a number of -specialty acts and I trict. ,

man If he gets them this month :| from war news and the serious prob.
'.' Wonjtrey returned to !Nun: yet as howlingly hilarious as exhibitions will be sandwiched in Following I II a letter received fromA.

ahead, of the March and April rush," less of life to something light and an Olson & Johnson production between the contest event. Jack I Scout Executive of
P. Patterson
"'ri"c here the flnt of the week ,
he explained.In fantastic If we hope to maintain our Andrews will present his educated
1U verbal Palm
pending' the past eight month i ii description of the dii- West Beach:
", order to get thick a* soon at balance I take this opportunity to Brahman bull "Henry." Chip :Morris '
i" ton i, Kama, where ahe "'II' Illusioned bridegroom when he view February 14, 1944 .'
possible after they are shipped andto recommend it to you, particularly will exhibit his high ichooled
her husband, Staff Sergeant his spouse for the first time, coyly Mr. S. R. Ralfsnlder
help over-burdened transportation -' since this clever volume I I. the work .
and A
posing horse "Black Fox.
Wongrey. Sergeant Wongrey'' tucked In her lido of the bed all Okeechobee, Fla. '
facilities! Moore also advised of Florida authors, Ralph Y. j
| Hop- colorful troupo of cowgirl and .
been shipped from that camp''' dolled up In curl papers and a face SRaifsniderlCongratulations
i 11 evidently on hi* way over. buyer to obtain their chicks from I: Ion Ph. D. and Geno Balliol of II that I li leprous with cold cream, cowboyi will give out with trick and I Dear Mr,' :

nearby hatcher'men Instead of ordering I Miami. leaves breathless fancy riding and roping Nellie.Lin* on being the first
i Arrangement are being made you
them from distant farm, If ; I never expected to find a book I gle a South Dakota cowgirl with district to report in the campaign' v
''ItSerlZennt I The s
Wongrey qualified
itirring account of the rest.
they do this they will! also have better I on the subject of "manner or I i.iany championship to her credit, this la what I call letting an example a
i the office of County Prosecuting leis bed-pal who makes a practiceof ,.
,, success with their chicks became I, "etiquette" that would hold my attention will give exhibitions of bronco rid. for all to shoot at. Our member
e
in mcin the Democratic Primary long hauls often result !In beyond one or two dull j, dropping off to deep with a portion ing. Smoky Joe, a colored cowboy ship catds have just come In and I
MX 2, which office he resigned to of the covers tucked under his
.. 1,, the higher mortality. chapter and chance are I wouldn't I! will be leen In exhibition rides on am lending you lome for your con. M
r army. i or her arm and then proceed to '
V have taken the trouble to investigate wild bull and hone trlbut n. I am lure you can secure
v-- I roll and thrash around until

Telephone Companies this one if it had not been wrapped Scout;}. to deliver them.
Some of the already
contestants
6,960 Buses to Be BuiltIn up like a cocoon, while the bed I
To Extend Night Rate that my offspring presented It to Most of our district are well un
entered Vie and Blackstone
are Fay
companion shivers and suffers, I Ie
1944 for Civilian Use me ai a birthday gift and I wa In- der way in the campaign, and I expect
Service One Hour absorbing of Midland, Texas, the Murray I
j i ,i I trlgued by the title "Bed Manners.. brother of Fort iTorth, Texas, Chip a complete report before the ;

I It. permitting the manufacture of I Tallahassee, Feb. IS-Chairman I Like most other folks, I have A chapter on proper and dependa and Fee-Wee Morris of Custer, S. D., I end of the week I will keep you .
'imited number of buses In 1944, bla "bed conversation" la really a I'
Jerry W. Carter of the Florida Rail. yawned my way through a variety | Dave and Dolores Nimmo of Cheyenne posted on the progress and on any
i > War Production Board has .giv. of "How To" books that deal with elastic. What, to say or not to lay problem that may arise. I feel that
I road Commission announced this j Wyo., Otis and Herbert Cow. i
further recognition to the 1mlortanc just about to your bed companion may seem
| situation that we will have some pleasant sur
every :
week that telephone companies oper. I art of Center Hill, Fla., Pete Clem-
of highway transportation I could possibly happen. like a trifling matter to you, butyou'll In several districts Pioneer
I sting In this state have been ordered one of Venus, "King Kong" Smith prises
? the war effort according to Ar- In home Booklhelvea'i realize how wrong you were whenwe
1 i my a* in District was not represented
to extend the time on which reduced and Hub Boney of Zolfo Spring
hur M. Hill, president of the Na- i creak under the weight of volumes I when you read this little book and drew up our plant for this year
night rates are effective an A itreet parade will pas through
'innai i Association of Motor Bui additional hour.Heretofore that explain in detail how to be- I; check it against your own experience downtown Fort Pierce Saturday and have not entirely fallen In with '

Operator, I have at how ,: I but I hoping that
such rates have applied a banquet, to drape morning and a big cowboy dance the new Idea, am
WPB has let a tentative quota of yourself gracefully In a Louis XIV I Husbands who have a yen for I Mr. Nielsen can help In this lituation. .
between the hour of 7:00: p. m. and with music by a cowboy band will i I i -
'yflO integral buses to be builtr :
type i chair give the proper function of arriving home considerably after .
4:30: a, m. Under this new order hold forth Friday and Saturday
'' civilian use in the next twelve !1 hands and feet and other appurte hours are Instructed in how to 'I think your telegram was very
they will apply from 6:00: p. m, to night.
.mths. Indications are that 1700 Dances under any and all occasions, make the downy couch without disturbing V appropriate and will pay big divl- .4
4:30 a. m., Carter laid
,.!"! he allocated for intercity sere I ,I but never In all my experience and the "little woman" Advice dends. Pahokee and Canal Point are
From made the
an analysis by
Florida Motor Lines
Commission It la estimated that the I search for knowledge. had I ever run of 'inestimable value li given to 'In with the War Fund, and they

\Ir. Hill atated that more than change, riving an additional hour Into anything dealing with the sub on such subject as "How to de Get Hearing On New claim they won't top until they ie-

:mi' of the natlon'i 22.000 Intercity for luch rates will effect a laving 'ject "How to Behave In Bed. I termine who ihould arise and openor East.W est Coast Line cure twelve to fifteen hundred dol.

i '"$ are over eight years old, the I In view of the fact that mortal ihut the window, put out the ]lari, which li double that of last
': to telephone users of approximately e
expectancy of luch vehlclei. Al- ': $185,000. The new ruling become spend about one-third of their live cat, go let if the icebox door ii Tallahassee, Feb. 15-Operation by year. .

lUgh highway buses are now car"inic effective on March 1, Carter laid. I In a reclining position, It I II amaz- ; open, and answer the question "Did Florida Motor Lines of a bui lervlce Scoutlngly yours,

triple the number of pasient --,. _-- I ting that no one ever had the courage you hear a nol.e7"I between Barberville, Silver Springs A. P. Patterson, Scout Ex

r_ 'JC' any pre-war year, no new .maintenance repair, and conserva I or acquired the knowledge to By all mean get a copy of "Bed and Ocala will be subject of a hear Gulf Stream Council s 'f' I

foment ha* been made available tion.i deal with this all v '
Important
question Manner and "see yourself a* your ing before the State Railroad, Com 1
'ir .owrthe.road use since Ii42rt I i While the number of new buses I I In an authoratlve manner bedfellow lees you" We all acquirebed mission this week. Albert Berka who ll employed at I"

there ia I an acute need for re- I i promised the Intercity lines li far Now It ha* been done. Maybe you : habits that are trying and annoying Effort to obtain direct bu sere' the Riddle-McKay Air School at '''j I

ilacementi. less than the annual requirements might Imagine that "Bed Manners" to other* and selfishly give ice between the East Coast, Silver Clewliton cams up Wednesday night "

Many buses are being driven 10- I, In peacetime, even the limited quantity :1 are unlmpc rtant. To tell the truthI the matter no thought or considera Spring and Ocala have been under and la spending several dayi herewith I

'00 to 12,000 mile a month to meet ., will help by replacing the carriers I hadn't really given tho lubject Lion Maybe If a lot of folk who way for several years,, At present ,his family while his ion, Sgt "s ,

wartime transportation demand. which have reached l the point muth, thought but this little book have galloped off to Reno had been there li no direct bus service, It being Albert Berka, jr., I* home en fur.

Older model are kept operating where overhauling\ and repair work ,' has opened my eye*. I 1 given a copy of "Bed Manners" ala necessary to travel by devious lough.i .

inly- because the Industry has developed ,.Impractical! 'dependable, .opera Ye*-that'* what I thought too, wedding gift, they neverj would route from Daytona Beach and V I

] more Intensified method* of. ,.ton."- .C*"' '" ,''. ti';.' 'when) 'notd the'itartllrg,: "titlV.*.:)ut I have. .had to make.. the trip. other East Coast points to Ocala. i, Subscribe for The News'obt. ;'1


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( Legal Advertisements Legal J tisementa NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELI, slated that he qualify A. J. Hanna Is Only
feeceljohcc JMfctus L.\MNoncK >
They also gave him to understand
is iuitiiiY: \'l;. that Floridian Included In

I'urBiinnt lo Sivtlnn }J |II|). ('h.",., piimunnt to Kcrtlon 19 III, ('''"I'I..r that not another cent of his money
Published Every Friday by' the 2miW, Laws of Florida Acla of 1011. JIKI'"i. IHTMKNTI.OHIIIA .''ol:"'. 1,11\\ of Florida. ActM nf 11141.) of would be expended In behalf of his 1943 Authors AwardWinter
and Section 67. Chaplor" 14717 I.iiwa or and Hecllon 117 Chapter' 11717 l.iiwa
Okeechobee News Co. at Okeechobee Plorl.la. Acti of liui. n' nincnilcil by OKHfK ( t I'TROLI.KR Plorlda. Acla of 1UU1, n. uuii'tidi'd by candidacy. The future coat of the -

Okeechobee County. Florid Section/ 11 Ante, Chaptor of ,1041! ,2i( t'I the\ following,an a oFlorida Whereas T\I.LAII, In' M.IIKIllViclory; evWen I I K.'cllon Florida 11.Aria Chapter of 11141 2IW.1H(, the, Lava r"IIII\\'III/I'of Hamilton for Conireu campaign Park, Feb. 16-A. J. Hanna

dparrlhrd Inn.I In Ukcprhuhoe County, iirpafiiteil to' rHlgned) It ,n. ilcHcillii'd Ian.I In Ikeeeholii-a Count>'. will come from his friends and sup professor of history In Rollins
BRYANT BOWDEN ............ Editor Florliln. to wit : iipcii inail, ,Inlompnnt Flnrlda. In tilt:
Lot e. Hlk 3. HII'I.,1111011.' SIP uiiiliM 1 that of a lianklnsrim 'OKKKM J.".. 1 to :3; and 111 lo 20 Blk. 11. porters. \ College, la the only Floridian to be
r of NW'. of NEIJ of NFlien: SO "'Ilulil| ,:1:: "CIM'.vIlkl.KI ) iurlh".1 AddltlnnH.'irlnnlnK week the honor Hat of the
Entered as second class matter Twp( :I7, flange 3} :' 'I10HKKIraniI'd v.i.\ located at I 77 feet North and, 41.1: I Before leaving early this Included In

July 1, 1914. at the Poet Office In 1' lots 2 to II\ inn 0 and 10. Hlk 13B:; nailer 1 \\ of and Florida ort -, fortVnt of NurilieiiKt Corner tort ofNi,4 for his station at Farrla Island, 1943 Southern Authors Award of the
: of South sio :
SKV4. run
City of
Okeechob, Florida under the I",OkPorholieaWill afford for anlp at public' him required oinplU'il, ,to, v I In' ""'I.ln,,e thence Weat nil fi'i't : thence North 210 C., he said: S'I Southern W men'. National Democratic

Act of March 8, 18T9. outcry hid for the hlghpal and beat cauli honking \\'l'e.1'i tale,. Wllll of Florida I'V the fret 11. 'Ihuurv Ilnnffo! iuat m E.00 fet lIee. 2.', Twp.n7 I "During the past few dayi I organization In New York. '
auhjpct to the right fit the Hoard before n c'umpato '
of Cnmniliialoiipra of Kvpriclndpa lirnln i "'1111I011' .' lliNou <, ,I. he..f nnthorlrpd II"oklnlIIII'r..r"r { /, K": of :N':, of MV'J' of NlSoc.. made a canvass of the district and Hanna a native of Tampa received
niatrli't ee S*. Ttti.| :S7 HBP. 431VIlI ,
age to rpjpct end all bldant : ,
Reading notices In anv M. l.KK: l'uuii- aalc al public be such that' honorable mention along with his
local columns thp "urlhou.... lipclniilnir nl 1t :Ito roll.T I ..if 'Hi.81. Florlda In \If. lip-offprpd for found the sentiment to
10 cents line. o','lork ,t. M. on i hiIth ilnv of of tin outcry for the hluhi'Ht an.I I Lest rimliI.I.I candi I Cabell of.
a Rates for display March, 'tile nath stud In me li.vvlnpd anlijprt lo the rlKht nf the llonr.l I have no choice but to be a co-author James Branch
I'.HI Kuwmpiil: for drnlnaice I'I.tlII" 4111: of .
advertising furnished on application. and rpclanmtlon nn.l rand" iniriiimci I Statute of Flat that leneral the, of "uII"I..lu'lt'n of 1 Kvprnlailex: drain date. As I will not bo able to camS Virginia for "The St. Johns" In thRiven
Classified advertising. 3 cent will IIP, roapryndnoHll liKKIX'llnHKEikperhohei': : : 'TV rtlfy HANK: of iilii' I'Uirlct to re1" 1't ally and all the America Hit
of Series.
(IP COMMKSIONKHSIP .! ( In tilde, at the ronrtliiiuae, hPirinnliiR ntHI pnign personally I am leaving
lrholiee l ,
each word per Insertion. AD Items nntv "r Okpo- IK) i.Vloik A. M on the 2Inl: day of '
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1'1:11(1f..111F,4; IHt.llV and the of Florida I.AlllhnrlY",1 In candidacy In the hands of my "Flight Into Oblivion" was similarly
fur ilra'nnc"and
EiiHi'ini-ut
,tel lUSTIIK'T Mitrrh."' I'M\ '!.
regarding 'to
enterprises
conducted for r" a the buinpasof reclamation iind I road, purpoerarill district. In 1939.
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng 1 (SEAL) A' huh ktIg nnilIflvpii .': name above \ lie rpMcrved.IliMUli I. friends throughout the I recognized

By Raiiloraon .>rk Midi a cat l ark of Twenty IP COMMI SIOVKIIM "Marine: Corpa regulations make ---- -- -- -
rates. Rr.pRi.I? Five 1 Thoii | I
: ilrrl. "tin.
I I8tTBSCRIP'nON of ofOkrenhuhoe EVKIKJI.AIIKS: <1 1111.11AI.F :\ In that the war will be won before -
County I'Inrldhlie olven' hour II' .; d and seal ofoffhr : nisruicrBy \ it possible for me to continue trust

uupiit for mid. j Hoard., her .\. thin 11, Hie tweet, Vilred |IR"r lid NoyemNine Him-- Ko.v H. IliinlprannClerk :; this race and If elected I can serve i I the time for me to go to Wash.
RATE By Sophronla Poaae, Di'puty I'lerk of the I'lrciilt I c..nn "
85- Forty Three. of IlkpplhnlH'o. 'olinl' In Congress However, I hope and I Ington in January 1945.
One year In advance ................ 13.00 (SEAL) M 1. 1E. Florida, it" airi-nt for .,,1,1UUdrl.

Six months In advance ............ 1.00 V :H-S t I'oinpl" ro I iII' ut Florida ,- ----

Three months In advance ...... .75 :NOTICE TOPEAR Sophronln" Inner, liepnl Clerk
17 -:11:
IX:STAlft The Name OP FI.OItlDA of the :oTln OF 1'1 ____ __ _.__ ___u _

Advertising bins are payable on Til IIKMIN: S. XVII.LIAM4. wliiii :\oT1ri; IS 111.' r---; .
the first of each month. Parties lost known addreim win 2IHK Ill"I'd., "'I"'UIIII' ,tr, 1'1"1 \ Pfc. Edgar Gfl Hamilton

unknown to publishers required to rhnrloite You err hcr North<>hr.'riilrcd Cnrollna.| to flit anliearance nil 9n.5.I'Ip'II"n I.II\\'M "f 'Iti! l Arts of 1\141.\ Race
I77 1 r 11117. inwaof Stays in Congress Denmark Furniture Co.I
pay In advance. :In this proceeding wherein Florldn Arts o otn.n"p,1
9 I. R. I
1 In .1 .l'illinlne I la ,, ,,
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-.-. Nnrlug roii for PIyorcp. by 11,11 11. C 'h" _uu3n. I.RW' or .
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with tile Clerk of Circuit Court 1"I"rlolll. .1.ta,
"r 'ihi' ("II"wllllt Pfc.
at Okeerhohcp Went fall Beach, Feb. 15-
Florida "mi, or lipfori .10.1
hued' ''II
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h"I '"' CUIIII'
Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE HIP\ Hiilc, Mm lithirr'h.,. w hlcb t.llIr'b la "' "rl<''n. to.wit : Edgar: G. Hamilton, U. S. Marinea,
illh. A: II. 1'M4! : ntherwlap JIIlit- Luis, I '" .. It"I\ Okreehobt'e
input, will ,I..,. piitiT.il minium you hv Ih"'I"PIIWII' ('ob tay. In the race for Congress In
ilcfanltUIT.SKSS
.F APPLICATION FOB lol, 2. IIlkI\ 'I nun, S-l) of" the created Sixth District
I 1 newly
TAX DEED nn hnnd nod 1 cool of Ihlaoitrt I "hart or NEI I.. "l,'. 37. lIitp ::13

.1 Notice In Laws IMT..I.I of tfh.n IHI that Etta I I I (Coiiniv Pi'lirinirv. nl I'lorldn A. Okcpchnlicp I li III ililn I. ,:'nil Okppcliohee.lav .of I."t\\11I 0,h"IIIk"rr"r",1 I'. ('I'r 1 I ,ll"I',IIk"'hol'r ul 1"lhll From llamilton'i In West Palm campaign Beach head.came I j: Has A Store In! Okeechobee Now?

JMini'iiovllImliliT, of Tnx ortirif-nte outcry for Ihr, 1,111', .11.1 h,'.' I'n.h quarter
N i.. 7HI: l Issued| the Tlh .In of" .1 IIh'. (SEAL)Clark ROY of the H. Circuit RAt'J.FHflO-Court: .ofII' hid.' ."hj,'" I" the I'ut I1'",' JlulIdot the new Tuesday that the young
A11/ 1141. nnil Tu 1 1 r.'rtiriinte :No C''II1I11I..lo'lI'r. lit ''rI110,1. I'rulllOil" -
177. laaiipil tile: Till; ;; .lin 1 : of 'Auau.L, : linh .1 ",11,1111 Circuit of Iti III riot, to n,.j.., null nil hid. Leatherneck had posted his filinft''Ir'e I
A. T. 1'NO'!' bin fllwl lanii. In mv of Florida I l.pp In and for Okeecho- I lit the l'ourthnue,, lining lit 10:1)1)u'r'lunk : I
fire : line ntnd'npplllutl'n| | | for n Tnx t'onutr .t. SI. ell t (nth 'lily "r and duly qualified.
head to hp l la.lyd| ilure.in Said Ortinpfltp .- Marv Snnderfnr Ih'I".hr,1I11I Schulman I', ".. n. <'. I nil\Inrrh.' 11144 Inao1 fur drninngi This necessary step to keep him ;, I WE ARE LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE .
enilirni'i'n IM. following perilled nronertv' In Hi- I'oil nh' nfiRwhoboe. I'lalntlff will' lop re.erreit_ in the campaign his friends say did WESTERN UNIONDENMARK'S
( Ktat' of Klorlilii to nit : V JW.HIJi'w 1 19IIQSIO1EIltt: ; I from Hamilton but from
Loti I to 10 Ine niiii-k a. ppRerrv :NOTKK: OF ""!ICtTlOV FOR OP :nIWI.I 1)\t.\ I: n..1..... 81) "f 1<\\1. nf 1 x\vit of T\\ IlfUl 1 MKITIIICTHv the renponse and Interest that was
SU'H! $ec. 17. Twn. 37. 1I1l' S.V: I...... of 193J HOY I II. I 1'1. :UIIOS. I
The mnonim.'nt of .:il.l, property un :Notice la hereby given' that .Tain a dork ,,1'I, In'nit Conn "r ]I evidiSiced in his continuance In the
dot said ('.rllfl..". luaneil nas In the I>iirraiicp. holder of Tax Cprtlflentca oiipcclioiipi i,,i.ty. Fliirl.la. the recent trip to the DIstrict .
name of I'nknown ill.. 110 n *nf., leaned the nth day UN Hirent r, aid. Board race on
l/nleM anlil {','rtfrlo'II''". .hall IP re of July A, H liKlfl: : \ nnd Tax( Ccrtlflcato Br Sophronln, I I' I'p"nl ricrkNOTIC I from his base at Tarria Island.
deemed niwrillnv to law. proper| No. S7. 'H.ii.d I the lot dnv of N'oyero. '
ili'sprlhoil' therein hnll/ li ..,1.1 l t.. the her, .\ li. 1IK17\ :: u ha. rpil|| I umiiP In mv : 'K To I'I'KXR After a canvass of the district
highest bidder nt the I'onrrh"1)e dooron office : hum madp appllcall.in( for a Tn" IV '('III'l: .: tli III ): while the "lInllldate'a.. here
the flrot10,111' In 'ill,. Month of li.'H.l I to tin ismip.i 'thereon'' Snld; Cpr- 1 sr.\n I: op .'LO 1111 i hl'i j
Fehrimrv 1044 whlih, 1 14 HIP 7th dar. tinpHtpa pinl.race IIi. follow log, do, 10 i : .111,1':1.:;\ i.WIIOSK 1.1 F.It.It''Elt.: I supporters decided that even though ,
ot '.hrnRr,.. I"H4Paled crihed. property 'In the County of : LAST tI'N: AfI'HtI: p
thl. T'li 01"| '.f! .Tiimirv 1144 |l"k""h"I.' ..,., I'IIIt,. "f Klorl.l,. 'o..It : WAS 111:1:\ /: v \l11J" | CS sill:.:'!' he has boon in service for several I J. E. CONE
(Seal) ROY R. RACIHR! ON. 33.\\" I"t 4. S'e. 10' Twp 8I< Be3jl. IHIWIfoS SPltlH.lll'IiINAN: ''RI" tlis he ,if stall, a likeb, possibilit | I Agent
Clerk Clrenlt Court of : \nii art* liori'M' r, ,red ,In file lip '
Okeechobea Couatj. Flarlda. "."!" 11 and 12 Sec 20 Twp 34 RgaI PPIIriiiii'i' In 'ihli |i.llnif.' u'lii'i.'tnic ,\ OK 11 wmn. 'in thi race' On a
I'riink Carver I I. for ill
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I Lot 20 SPC; 21. Twp" ::14. lKe! Sir : ""1'rr. Vllll III. I 1'1.1| | I I. UK ('111"11'1 n.. of thi- niivast his iriend" in
TAX PEEP: !: Lot.3, :: nud0.' "'''' :M Twp 3 U. conn nt 1110:1:1'1100, i : : ::, PI mtiiiA -
: :g, 33 on or liefnre, Ih,' K Ln>', \llIr'h 'i
Laws of ISIS: I Lot 'l. Sec I. 1'1' II.'. ilIt" 31 "''H. .\, li ..iihi'i'n, jndirin.' I' III .t
. NolleU I .Iwri-i"by glu-n that Okpprholiw j, I'hi- ii, Incorporate.I holiler "f TUT | iin.l..rmild, Vrtirii-nlp |1.,1| w'ii. hI, ITMSS: : min, nut M-lll of llllSlikci
Certlfl'-ulva : the .Inl ilav. ,.f Juv| .\ D 'i1.1f1. has I1'rr": n. O. nnrtlott : C. ri.lcni ; County, Florida/ thi -th day of Feb
filed same In tar ,"W| ... : hns iiia.l ap i I'Ivnr o i:;. UUCPUnlcia man A. H nil4.I .
plication for a Tar 1...'4 to be Usiieil said certlflcntpa Khali l.o v I MSA I.I IKIV I II I.KKSilN:
thereon aM CoriinrntKa, emlirnoiHIP I duMiicil a.'"'"r.llnir" to Inv property(> ill--, Clerk, nf HiHie limit Court ",i iI.
followlnir ,J"., rll',1! | "property In the I la.'ribrd, IIII'r'III\ "l"1" '". ",,1,1' | to '",' Mnlh ,II' lal ot' riorl.h.. Pat
Countr of lik..."..h..,,10.! .... Mat.of FlorMa liltilieal Milder, al, Die, ('''"rlh,,".,' dour In ,,,..t "r oki. hoi" eefloa
to wit : on HIP, riml Mnndiiy In HIP month nfMarch' ."Hv 1 ,
Lot 21 *w Twp. 34 RHP. 88 : loft ""'" 'I. 'lh" 11th dar 111' l Snphrniil i I I' Lrp1t' ,I'II rh
,..., 1.1 t 9r., Irt Twp ?4. Kifp. 88 Mm Saiiilerfiir Sob, lingua
l.ot o. s.T T\\"|I .4. HBPII 3A I """',1 idle,\ 3rd dnv of February Mi i 'I 11'1'' .n, rinlntl'
'M 4. "..... :.1Twl'\ Ultt*. S.1 1'111I -- -- '
Th. ......mont of said property anil SEAL) V V H V '
I IOV II, IM! II "IIIKIIN: "
r nl.I ivrtlf.it.| s Imiiiiil .. ni In .. FLORIDAr .
the n m.-j "f I.T"b". .t.L Selirinir Clork circuit 4..urt of .
W. r. Sknlln and .1"'PIhtPh.I".r i Okepchnlipe V ('011I'" I'lorl.l, i CAN YOU USEA '

rnleis .,lrI Certificates I I '
shall be e.
deemed ] :NOTKI: or \ .t'i'llT10'Olt -r: d' ? .
arccnllnr to law, property (t.(
acrtherf therein hat he cnta to ca 1 f f/ L*nwo** *' :f MiS--- ,TYPEWRITER? -.
hlrhoit holder at the Conrthonse door Notice li h.T.'hv' iflvcn" that :Nut hen
on the flriit Monday In the month of 1li.lni.il bolder "f TIIV Ccrllfliat.B' Can you do clerical work or accounting : \
fviirnnry 11114 nhlih" Is HIP, 7th 'I"v N.... 11111"\ II IHKII..I ill. 3rd dn\, ".Ilnl
of 'ohr""r1944.. 1\ A. li nui:: mid' 'I I'm iVriiriiiii.M'N" ? lime you ewer worked Ina /
,",1 Ililn "Hi' .." nf .fnniinrv V'>I4 '' .
t. II and Ixani'd the <
7 7lh ,111"r, 0"
tore? Can drive ? I
(Seal' ) ROY R. RAULBRSON. .I l"l l. .\ III4I has' 111' ,1 .inn? In niv l you a car .
Clerk Circuit Court of .Ili' ? l.i. 'null. ipiill.ntli.il' tuv Th.rll1)' needs all kind of skill, I II == 0I.
Okeechobee CountT. Florlds l ,i.. 'I I... UK.I..I.: : thr'rrou: : ::, :r'l"(1'Vrilil'ui.x 1I I -
V I "IIIor" the r.illowliiu di- i In theC.. There's a chance for -
01ib. .1 I Properly| In the Couuty of I IHI" I -,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL ,. ,. j on-to Impnue a skill }IJU already
b I
I.ANI r ? Shur'" "f Pli.ililii, to nil 0I -
NOTICE IS I1EKEBT OIVEN thst.Pnnuant l.ot '.'1 1. 1 So. 14 'l'Wl'7: ,. lg. -lj i iI. have or learn one jou'll! find useful
to Section 13 ((1)I Chsrter50fl' :I. I: J. SPI' 3.1. KIP :.TJ 'I.
7'il:1'3:
life.
,'. I awl of Florida. Arts of 1941. I "t" 17, !". and 32, Sec 8, ;all your I' 0'
and !lection 17. Chapter 1471T. Laws TI':1.: : Itgo 33I..l Todaj-find out about the oppor-
of Florida Acts at 1931. a. smen 'dh I J1. .. .,' 11 Tup I SS iii/.' 'l.' .,
Section 11 Chapter 20\58 Taws of I 1'11 11 mid HI.: of )lot IJ, 8wJJ.. unities that await you In the W.\C I
'I'?1. :.1.1. Hit, 32
Florida. Arts of 1941. the following : the Important joh the interesting I
,
'I 111.' IIHttPMHIIII'lll t of Nlllll., "
ty
prop.
d -,.the,1 land In Okeechohee Connty ,. _, I IIbo
i I'r ,,1,1 IVmfli'i.li'n Imnii'd mm Inll .
Florida to-wIt: life, the chance to serve your country
Lot" 7 !Ilk 1.12lot: 12 Ink I SI lot, l name of Mra.I M. I Stewart : !F. M I II'r Ii' ...
li Hlk 1'4. ('|",. of Okpoi'liolipp, ,; \ll : rtikiionn mid C w. ll.-lmliitf I I In a \llal way. + "lt
Tot 11 nml 11 Hlk W' Cltof, Okwrnpp deemed Pole.< mild (Yrtll'linlc'i shall lie rp, Apply at the nearent U. 8, Army
according to low properly l I I
Lola II nnd 7, Ilk :a. nml Lot 7 nik .'Ind, H",,,rrln chill Iw eold In thehllh..t I Kei-rultlnu Station (jour local pont
.. ofXK'4 l.l.l.lcr al the I'.iiirthnii" door, I
Addition !'I" .t'i
4 T'nvl
"" ,ih" I'IrM"'HIII't In the of office will give the address),
innnth I I1111'01 you
; T!
of NK",. Son 20. Tn-i 17 Run I I IIot
!! \ ,
Ii. I'.UI ,
ulil.h l I. III 'lllli dn\ nl
f..t 1. 4. B II (;
ft{ Hlk 4 HII" :'iMil.li! ,, H'II.!' 1 i Or write The Adjutant @neral.Itollm :
nail 12. IHk 11. lnlln.nil( Addlllnn II lb
'Mil- :rd| d ii\, f K-iriiiir\ :MunitionsBulldlnK,
411.1
"f WU. nt NK'i: of SK Xir IS 1'1'| I 1lI.l'I 1 1iS.nl

"1. nil" 3:1: I ) Wa.hln,ton, D. C.
f.ou7 and S. Blk 22!>, fltv of 116rnellnhw
HOY II II \I IEItSO\: i

Lot. 7. 10. 11 and 12 Hlk 14 WrUlii I "I'liTk, circuit Court ofOkeecboliMp ",,:" :" :":":":" :":":"X"Ho----
i'.uiitI'Murliln
Flmt Addition 5.11 Incufpil In Omtlota '
7 and s. S'r 22, Twp 37 lino '', --- --
fiovt t "t rt pxi'i'i't bind ..."... .1 I 'I", I
nr.oth. Flu'iprlni. 1<"( 22 Two 17: Hit. ".
I
W':, "f Lot 4 ll'k Hin I'Ita of UKrhnl.pp .

Will he offered for Bale at public outcry I FOR .
for the blihpxt' and beat rub bidunhjprt SALE I +
.. 1 ID
to the rlllltt of the Board of .' 1V
("mml..llln" of EverglndPii' Drainage
r>l trlt to jfjpct an. and all blda. at ( '
the roiirthffnap., beginning at 10'00 dl1 .
o'clock .A M I on the 21th dny of F.rr.mrr '
1'M4 .,.">m<."f for drnlnnirp mil,
r.rl.nji>tlon and road purposes will be AT ALL TIMES .,/.a
"""",
ROART) nr COMMISSIONERS" .
OP EVKROTADES DRAINAf t. \
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E nmnicr. I'

B.Clerk ROT of It.the RAHLICRSOV.Circuit Court It would take quite a stretch of the imagU culture its rightful place In the St te',

nf OkPeribe County. FlorIda I nation to conceive of Florida without economy.

Board ai agent for maid I ABERDEEN ANGUS its rich farmlands. Indeed, if ill the food,

By !'Rephronla PP.... Deputy Clerk textiles and other basic war material Members of the Florida Motor Lines organization .

--- ., produced on the farms of our State were (a large number of whom grew

:\111'1( t. OF INTFNTIOX I AXINOICF > 1'9 SELL suddenly lost to America's war effort It up on Florida farms) have a particular

M T1PKKBY: OIVEN tfcat. Bulls and Cows would be ai disastrous ai the lose of Interest in our Florida neighbor who
T'nr.imnt to Action 11 III. Chapter
20fW L.w. of Florldn.Irt.. of 1IM1 many major battles. live and work on farm and In rural

and. Section P.7. Chanter 14717. I.awe nfFlorida. communities Our buns are, in many
\ Acti of IH.'ll. na anipnilpd l>v"pctlmi 2,248 Florida farms today are producing
11. f'limit'" W- f I cases their only mean of public tran.
Florida Acla nf 14M. the followlnudpucrll.iMl the things needed desperately by the fightIng portatlon.W .

Ii,rob In Okwchnhi* OoiintjfPlorldn men and war worker of the United
to wit : I WILL ALSO HAVE SOME
RPIl 2'U ftV of NE por lit SP-H of Nations. Many thousands of Florida' feel we'r '
)1r.loot NPH run R Ilia ft, W WI T*. helping them to do their big

\ tan ft. EWI ft. .Soc JO. Twp :tTItl Hereford, and Short Horn Bulls population are "In there pitching"to job b.tt.r-by giving them easy access

let new record for farm output. .
I"oil 1 to 12 Inc.. HI* 71 : lotr 1 tn ;I to nearby towns and cities for market.

12 Inc. Blk \IHI': Lota :.1 ind H: 'lo 24Ine. ing crop, buying farm supplies and for
RIle l"nlot.) : 0. 10 mid 11. !:l'e' The top ranking product in value fromFlorida'
.. I For Sale seeking relaxation. Our buses have also
Iftl Clt of Ol>eec1loheBe
.. I'Irfl' nf 1'1\\,1" 0. 9TI: : ofa11'It I I fine farm I I. citrus fruit, foU aided them by bringing farm workers .
..." v :"i.tj ft f> Bn.'l a nlon"
Road M fl7 .vr.... 2V. II 1 I.IT 1 ft !.> \" 1 I TESTED AND 100 PER CENT FREE OF lowed by vegetable, tobacco and cotton. right to their gate It'* all part of the job

1ft WRV of 8A'. 1U. 'l4 I".PM, W.: I And these are just a few of the crop and ;Jn which Florida Motor Line takes the .
1': -.0:1: ft. In "oad 1 w MIl It BANGS DISEASE ) ,
I'OB Sep 14. Twp S7. Bra .W t"l product that our farm are yielding :'" greatest pleasure-making near neighbor
ho offered for mite pnbllp o.
will at
pry far the klihent and heat cash bid. under a far-lighted policy established by and good neighbors of all the communU

nhlprt'oBiml'iilonera' lo the ..right f Eyerclftdea of the Board .t.' ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO successive legislature that has given agri- ties that ou bun serve in Florida. .

Tilmrlrt 'A telert any and all -
the '..."..bnn.... berlnalnr .P.IIII'/: / REGISTRATION I
o'rliirk A. M on the 2nd 4 -

March. 1K44 Easement for dralnntm i UNION IUS STATION. N. E. let Street .. Jre1 Ave. a M. a. J46OI'I'
and reclnmatlon and read porpoucewill | I
lie ........rI I MIAMI BEACH IUS DEPOT a 1)1 WeiMa( ea Are a fteae" lllllllORIDAMOTORllNES :
BOARD or \ftSSTO-':ER1 .
OP FVKtO'ADES: : DRAINAGE

By/ DISTRICT.Ray R. Ttanleraan iClerk i LELAND C. PEARCE
of the Clroalt' Court ': '
t
rf Okeerhohea Connty FlerScull | i 1
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(, Ida. e. event foe nlrl! H"."l j .

By 10II..ala ,..... Deputy Clark ...
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,'OKEECHOBEE :- FLORIDA ; x> .. --- . ,_ tp.
NOTICE OF I1TFNTIOM i\vn TO SELL I i :::.:q.: '.;.;": : _"" y' .,', ; : : ,;;: ---: ... :

NOTICE! IS HBREBT GIVES that -- -
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1944 THE OKEECHOBEE
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XX 8X X X X X X X ; 'tentative In the Florida Legislature i Board from District No. 2 -i Judos I County In the nominated In the Democratic Primaries

II. for Okeechobee County In the coming chohve County In the Democratic Primary May 2. If In :May and elected In the
I
Ilu ; primary election. Your continued I Primary to be held May 2, nominated and elected I will serve General Election In November of this

ANEWS support ,,11be appreciated ,'I I am now serving my the people to the best of my ability. year, I pledge continued honest,

Im_____ .. W. J. (BILL) HENDRYFOR f ai a member of the City I will appreciate your vote and support I faithful and loyal service to the tax.
i I X X X X .':ii5! :: 5:: =::i i5! :: :: I I also my second term aa a payers and citizen and will give

Mr and :\Irs. J. C. Platt of Fort I Mrs. Sylvia' Eckatrom who Is REPRESENTATIVE: IN THE of the Board of Trustees P. P. EVANS I I continued fair and Impartial decisions ,

Myers arrived In Okeechobee yesterday spending some time here with Mr. LEGISLATUREI I school district and I feel I .n the trial of all matters coming

and are spending several days 'I And Mrs. W. H. Russell, left Tuesday herewith announce my candidacy experience I have gained FOR COUNTY JUDGE j before me. I respectfully solicit the
Tialting friends and attending to for Bradonton where she will for member of the State Legislature I I positions will be of much I hereby announce my candidacyfor support and vote of the voters of

business, I I spend several days with friends from Okeechobee County I mi in nerving is School re-election to the office of County Okeechobee County.
-o- V--- State of Florida, subject to the will ber. I will appreciate your Judge of Okeechobee Co. and If T. W. COMELY JR.

Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Walker, jr. ''', of the people In the Democratic pri- support.
Mrs. Henry Walker and Mrs. Morris People Should Take A mary of May 2, 1914 ( J.1.: ROE. ,
I Interest in Politics to -----------------.-.--
Barnett were visitors pending Tues : Your vote and support will be -
day In Fort Pierce I Control Constitution predated. ap-I I

-o- PHIL Y. take FOR this TAX opportunity ASSESSORI WHEN YOUR BOYS AND

Mr and Mrs. H. M. Barnett of Orlando Feb. 16-Terming the I .
nounce that I am a -
West Palm Beach spent Saturday "apathy"' and "Indifference" of voters FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE e-electlon to the office

and Sunday here the guests of Mr. one of the gravest dangers confronting COUNTY I,Assessor subject to the _.. MINE COME HOME

and Mrs. J. H. Walker, jr.o Constitutional government I hereby announce that I am a 'mary. to' -....
In the state and nation today, R. D. candidate for the office of sheriff WILL
Your vote and will
I support A JOB BE READY?
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crum of Pa- Keene president of the recently of Okeechobee County In the Demo ireclatcd.. "

hokee were visitor who spent Sun formed Florida Voters for Constitutional cratic Primary to be held May 2. I ROBERT LA
day in Okeechobee visiting friends Government said, "That It Your vote and support will be appreciated Sen. Ernest R. Graham' agricultural' pro
-o- .1 would be the aim of his organization gram will create jobs on the farm and
In the city for 150,0001 It Isn't theory.
Mr. and :Mrs J. L. Barber and to Inform and enlighten voterson N. 0. STEWART FOR TAX ASSESSOR
daughter, :Miss Betty, and aon Mike, Issues affecting state and national ----. OKEECHOBEE :; This successful farmer-buiinesiman has
PROVEN he know how.
of Fort Pierce, spent Saturday afternoon welfare and encourage every FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I am a candidate for Tax
In Okeechobee visiting rela- individual to recognize and accept COUNTYI of Okeechobee County subject '...*.'"".' ,
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tives and friend the responsibilities that rest with era a candidate for reelection to will of the voters In the Den.

-o- I them as sovereign voters." the office of Sheriff of OkecchobM PrimaryIay: 2. If elected ERNEST R. GRAHAM

Mrs. A. McKmnon: of :Marian- "If government of the people, by County subject to the voters In th faithfully perform the duties
nu, arrived here Wednesday afternoon the people and for the people, is to Democratic Primary May 2. Your ; office. Your Influence vote the ALL. FLORIDA GOVEIlNOltMMMMsumM
'. survive and Paid Political' Ads _________
within the
will \
and I. visiting her son-ln-Uw) operate continued vote and support Will: be port be greatly
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and daughter :Mr. and :hire ii. II. our appreciated. W. R. (Roy) ------------------ --- .

Raulerson and family.Gilbert said "then It Is going to be necessary .. .
for the people themselves to L. L. CONRAD. : .: ',: '-.: :: -. M J ::: -- FOR COUNTY :\

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I wish to announce that I am a candidate for the office of
TheatreOkeechobee they wish to follow candidate for the office of sheriff Commissioner from District
REPAIRING?
"Because of the war, entrenched
of Oleechobee County In the Demo- for Okeechobee County
Bureaucracy has been able to expand -
cratic Primary election to be held in the Democratic Primary
and tighten Its control
over
May 1944 I served as State Game will appreciate the vote and
the lives and activities. of the people
Sunday & Monday until it has become a very real Warden for eleven years and feel of everyone. Have the work done by Humphries at Fort
that I gained experience that will GILBERT
threat to the American way of life. Pierce. Nine experience-one of the south's
benefit years
Wallace Beery greatly me In the sheriff'soffice
"The danger is that amid the pre
I solicit your vote and sup- FOR COUNTY finest plants.
occupation of world problems, with
"Salute" port In the coming primary and If DISTRICT No. 1
theMarines" our eyes focused on the International elected to this Important office I I wish to announce that I We have just doubled our capacity, operate
scene we are overlooking what is
being done to our country on the Inside .. will serve the people of th County I candidate for re-election to 24 hours daily and can give prompt service. We

Obviously, I If America is to to the belt of my ability. tice of County have plenty of best prade truck and
R. E. (BOB) PADGETT District No.1 for Okeechobee passenger
ploy her proper part In world affairs
Alsoj THIS IS AMERICA I ty In the Democratic Prli rubber. No rationing certificates: now required.
she must be kept sound and I
, OUR GANG COMEDY-NEWS 2. I will appreciate the
1 strong within. If gentlemen in Wash ,i .'ORIIERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE support of everyone. Large stock new passenger, truck and trac-
ington make no bones of setting COUNTY
B. C. tor tires and tubes.
about to plnn our lives for us, then T take this opportunity to announce -
Wednesday Only -
the right to speak out belongs to < that I am a candidate for 1
k the "plunnec" quite as much as the the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee FOR COt'MY I

James Ellison planner" he concluded. County in the Democratic Primaryto DISTRICT No. 2 I Call or write :

----V be held In :May. I will appreciate I wish to announce that
Jane Wyatt POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT your vote and support. candidate to succeed myself I'!UP PMRIES TIRE & RETREADING

:MORISE THOMAS: member of the Board of
"Army Surgeon"Also
Commissioners of I COMPANYPhone

FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE ty from District No. 2
.jI COllntJ'I
will of the voters of
COUNTY
.I .. 'It< -.. ..... '-. .. FOR' RE-ELECTION TO OFFICE OF "t take this opportunity to announce County In the Democratic j 139 Fort Pierce, Fla.

BINGO NIGHT SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION that I am a candidate for the In May. I will appreciate rN -
This .If to announce that I am a office of Sheriff of Okeechobee and support of everyone. 1n.l: DswseaiwXSTX&SXlZM'k i2 ,1 j.J:' :'

Grand Prize $50.00 candidate for re-election to the Office County subject to the will of the W. F. .. .

RAY McKINLEY & ORCHESTRA of Supervisor of Registration voters In the Democratic Primary ", IOU il n. if ,11 ,' .Iflnf1'f'"Mc U0.1LJ1 COMEDY: subject to the First Primary May :May 2. I will appreciate the vote FOR COUNTY
2. 1944. If re-elected I will try to and support of the people of the DISTRICT No. 3 I .


Coming Attractions"I I give you have for you tried your the In vote lawful the and past.service support.Thanking as I county. J. A. ABNEY election nounce I take that to this the I am opportunity office a candidate of h Itk C ongra t u I a t.Ions


DOOD IT" i W. B. HARGRAVE FOIl SUPERINTENDENT OF Commissioner for Okeechobee

"LASSIE COME: HOME" PUBLIC\ INSTRUCTIONI ty from District No. 3 in the
"GIRL CIUZY" I FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE take thla opportunity to announce ,I cratic Primary to be held i Ii.; TO THE PEOPLE OF
"BEST FOOT FORWARD" LEGISLATURE that I am II candidate for Superintendent will appreciate your
\ I wish to announce that I am a of Public Instruction for :
.:" :" :'00:0'0:0': : : : : : : : : : : : : :":' re-election Repr.HORSE .- In the Demo- and support. OKEECHOBEE
as Okeechobee .
for County .
0+-:" :" :" :":" :":":" :":":":":" :":":" :" :":":" :":" : candidate ERNEST It

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Your vote and support will be appreciated h

FOR COUNTY
: We congratulate the of Okee ;
CARL T. DURRANCEFOR DISTRICT. 3 people g
I take this opportunity chobee for the manner in which they purchased ;
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RACES SUPERINTENDENT OF nounce that I am a J: WAR LOAN BONDS during the ::y

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: the office of County drive which closed this week Again we
This is to announce that I am a from District No. 3 for
went far
i r. over the top in the purchase of
candidate for reelection to the office County In the Democratic
bonds.
of Superintendent of Public Instruction May 2. I will appreciate ) j" It
LaBelle Florida of Okeechobee County sub and support. F"
ject to the Democratic primary May F. M. We are glad to have had the privilegeof

2nd. I will appreciate the vote and 'It assisting the people of Okeechobee ,
QUARTER HORSES, COW PONIES AND support of everyone. FOR COUNTY '''' County and the United States Treasury '

THOROUGHBREDS H. H. HANCOCK DISTRICT No. 4 Department in this fine spirit of patriotism ,

I I take this opportunity i
FOR :MEMBER: OF SCHOOIL nounce that I am a candidate t'
and BOARD DISTRICT No. :2: election as a member of the : t: ?
Saturday Sunday I
j
I wish to announce that I am a I of County Commissioners :' .r.-
candidate for member of the School County Commissioners

Board from District No. 2 In the 4 of Okeechobee County 7 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, IS GEORGE '1
Democratic Primary May 2. I will Democratic Primaries In May. WASHINGON'S BIRTHDAY LEGAL !
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FEBRUARY 19TH AND 20TH appreciate your vote and support appreciate the vote and I HOLIDAY-AND WE WILL BE CLOSED ii
V E. (VAN) LIGHTSEYFOR the people of the county. ALL DAY. .
C. E.
AT 2:00 O'CLOCK
MEMBER: OF SCHOOL BOARD -

FORT THOMPSON PARK DISTRICT No. 2 FOR COUNTY !\ !\

I wish to announce that I am a DISTRICT No. 5 I II I ,
candidate for reelection as a memo wish to announce that I '
FEATURING .
ber of the School Board from District candidate for reelection ai 1

"DIXIE" No. 2 for Okeechobee County.I I Commissioner from District ( Bksechota

I will appreciate the continued vote for Okeechobee County In the j Coiiotyi

Champion of Quarter Horse Races at Orlando, and support of all of the people of cratlc Primary May 2. I

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my district. predate your continued
Fla., 1944, Mark Britt, Owner i
W. D. COKER support. :
._-v R. E. (EDDIE) Bank I
It "ALEXANDER BORDER"Odis FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD -

DISTRICT No. :2: FOR CLERK OF THE
Cowart, Owner, Center Hill, Fla. I am a candidate for the office of COURT Phone 15

School Board :Member from District
I hereby announce my .
"JOE PALOOKA"Joe Mo. 2 for Okeechobee County In the for reelection as Clerk of ,

Democratic. Primary May 2. cult Court of Okeechobee Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit

B. Hendry, Owner, LaBelle, Fla. I will appreciate your vote and subject to the Democratic I! Insurance Corporation

lupport. May 2. I will appreciate '
SPONSORED BY OMAR HUNT and support. OFFICERS- AND DIRECTORS :
FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD ROY R. '
Clewiston Post C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pr.sldent
American Legion DISTRICT No. :2: -
To' the voters of School FOR COUNTY:: JUDGE I |, E. G. KILPATRICK, Caskler

.. No;-931. Board
I wish to announce that I am a hereby announce that I ",'
candidate for member of the School .
I candidate for the office of ftlEIIr.iIdI1II1'BMiJo1L1IMcIllJllcllillflli' u tslx4tuctl QfdIIItIf.lJjJt ,icR

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i Servicemen DischargedSince More Canning Plant I be serving your country as an essential ': :x: .:x x :x x: x::1 x ar: x if-x ,
The Last Link with
war worker just as much as If
Dec 7, 1941 Will Laborers Are Needed \ 11
you were In a shipyard helping
Old Ties is BrokenOne Get Mustering-Out Pay build ships or In a munitions facTory
Tampa, Feb. 18-Difficulty In securing 1 ,
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Soldiers and sailors honorably discharged workers for canning plant
on or after Dec 7, 1941; assembly lines throughout the clt. I I i Inexperience should not prevent ,,
of the earliust recollections your taking such work for It Is not
here's the dope mustering-out rus area continues to be a major I
on I
U that of going to the post office difficult, to learn and working con- t
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to get the mail for father. And once pay. There are about 1,300,000 of problem confronting the Industry, I ditions are pleasant but your great. RODEO
'I I far according to W, II. Nelson, chairman
you so
each week we would alwayi Bet the 'I I e't pleasure comes from the know
I If you were discharged from the of the statewide labor recruit- j
regular issue of the local newspa I edge that you are backing up our i
Navy or Coast Guard write to Field ment committee. :
awaited!
per. How eagerly It wa pen who fight for you on the battle
More often than not, we already Brunch, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts Lack of sufficient housing facilities fionts. They will bless the hands
knew everything that would appearIn Cleveland, Ohio. If you're an In many areas makes It Imprac that prepare delicious Florida fruit :

it, and many times we knew of ex-Marine, apply to Commandant U. tical to Import workers from other I und citrus juice to feed and cheer
happenings that were never recounted S, Marine Corps, Washington: D. C. states and governmental agencies them the world over. AND
In It, |I The Army Is working it differently, point out that the solution rests In | Do something for the war effort Ft
It still of our life. with a branch office In each state. finding more help In the Immediatearea 1 Go
But was a part to the canning plant nearest you
And memories of that life flashback If yon enlisted! or were Inducted\ of these plants I n ml' offer your services or get in !
J and then. Thinking of It Floi : n, -vltf' finance Officer t', S, I If Florida her
now : in to save great > "tatt with your nearest United : BACESrli
recalls the time:;) the old hotel burn. Army, P. 0. Box 1559, Jacksonville. citrus crop and keep fruit and juice rates Employment Service and apply jiIc4pis:3
The wooden sidewalks Main For addresses of other state offices far1 I
ed. on rolling to our fighting men on for this type of employment.
street were tofn up and replacedwith you may write the legal assistance flung battle fronts It Is going to be | V
cement. That was even before officer of AAFTC, 1669 Collins ave., necessary for women who have not
the hitching racks were removed Miami Hunch, Fla. been working and who are not required -j, KEEP ON JAYCEE FIELDFORT
In all Instances you've got to send I
Hitching racks They bring back to from a financial standpoint -
memories of "hopping bobs" In win. your discharge: papers. Write your to accept such employment asa '
ter. Most of our sons today have permanent address on It, just to patriotic duty. It is a challenge to
never enjoyed that dangerous part. make SVIP, It won't be lost. the women of Florida to pitch In PIERCE
So we grew up and left home. We The bill provides that veterans' I and help In this emergency. By.: WITH WAR BONDSBest
went to college. We are not any too with less than 60 days service get i taking a full or part time Job in the' ,
proud of our record there, but we $100); those with more than 60 days' 'canning or allied' Industry you will printing at The News 1
finished and looked for jobs. And as I domestic service $200; those with :I
more than 60 days' duty some of ..
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we moved about from one place ----- -
another, the home town paper always which Is foreign service, $.100. Some

followed us. It continued to be classes of ex-servlco men don't get ,. } From where I sit February
as such a part of us as memories of the payments, among them being \ ;d
the basehurner In the front room I those who had no foreign service
on a cold and windy night. It linkedus and who requested release to ac

to the past as we struggled on cept er ployment, those retired with 'W Joe Marsh "'"M' \l
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In the present pay and others. I SL

It told us, for example, about the V tl i& I
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boys who went off to the Argonneand well worn paths The trips back .' '"
who came home to renew the 'home have become fewer and fewer I
Sure's a lot of talk going around they can think of-and It's still
age-old drama of life. It told about But all this while, the home town nowadays about post-war plan- up to the people themselves to
the old settlers who were carried to I paper continued to come regularly I ning.?folks passing resolutions see to it that the world Is ruled
the graveyard on the hill, where the to link us to all of those memories I statesmen holding confer. by tolerance and understanding.
green of the cedars and pines still I and to help us to relive our carefree ences governments making Unless we make up our mindsto FRIDAY-SAT. NIGHTS-8 P. M
sets off the mows of winter.It days. promises to each other. respect the other fellow'srights xJ
told us about native eoni, and Now the blow has fallen. not as Bert Chllders says: and Ubertlei-whether
; \ "What good Is all this drawingi It', the right to enjoy a glass of SlHDAY-2:30) P. M.
daughters who grew up and went : The home town paper will come : l'
i of plans unless each one of beer occasionally\ or the right to J
off to the far corners of the earth ''no more It, too, has become n us decides to make hili corner rote according to our conscience
as teachers, missionaries, and business casualty of war," s 1 of the world a better place to -nil our poet-war planning won'tbe
men. And often it followed "Suspended for the duration," the 'I I, live In?" worth the paper that Its '

them through the years, just as it notice said. From where I sit, Bert's put printed on. ;
followed us. I We'll carry on ,of course. Stout the problem In a nutshell. Gov- '
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It was the last link with a cherished hearts always have. But the last ernments can pass all the resolutions _
past The old home Is gone link with home has been broken. and make all the treaties
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( eryaYlt. '
The chums we knew as boys have We sing a requiem for the hometown .

all disappeared. New fc'et trod the I paper.-Publishers' Auxiliary. I No. 75 of a Strict Copyright, 1944, B,... hjtutry FeunJatuuW
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of this country consists of single track. Only \5 handle a hug volume of extra traffic has '

f one-seventh consists of two tracks or more. mad the East Coast of Florida hum with vital f \ Friday and Saturday

Years ago when the Florida East Coast war and agrlculturalactivity. I I II

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gave the East Coast of Florida an extra track fortunate in having this double tracked rail (

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patronage. Coast Railway are fellow citizens of yours. 75c, Tax Included

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