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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 27-Number 29. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 9, 1942. Price 5 Cents



Z.MINUTE FLUCTUATINGBLAST MOTOR MANIACS DEFY DEATH I MISS ROSE MULLIS AND
Some I
In AlbertBerka Is In
Highlights IS TO BE SIGNAL CLAUDE F. COON WERE

FOR AIR.RAID BLACKOUT MARRIED LAST SATURDAY:

The War News that Race For
I I If there is a two minute fluctu. .', ,, ff I Word has been received here that CountyCommissioner
.... 'ff" ; "
whistle the > '.' \1"' Miss Rose Mullis and Mr. ClaudeF.
aping up.and.down on or ,
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Happened In Week canning plant whistle it will be an 'iii ':'1''".' '0'tf: Coon were married at the homeof
alr.rald warning and blackout sig. t $;. to." her brother In Dexter, Georgia,

''nal. It was announced today by last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Coon

A WEEK OF THE WAR local authorities. formerly resided here and has many On another page of the Okeecho.

Twenty.slx nations Including] the In case of such a signal all lights! I (friends who wish them well. bee News today will be found the

U. S, Britain. Russia and China, are to be turned out at once, In. x Ji They will make their home at announcement of Albert Berka who

signed an agreement pledging their eluding those on motor vehicles. I Sebring. announces that he Is a candidatefor

military and economic resourses in Store owners having lights! that V the office of County Commlss.

a finish fight against the Axis and I are manually controled should ar. I TIRE RATIONING BOARD FOR loner from this district in the prl.

banning any eeperate peace. The range at once to have: them cut COUNTY HAS BEEN APPOINTED I mary In May. Mr, Berka has lived I

nations also subscribed to "a com. off Instantly In case of a warning i I s -!... In Okeechobee since 1914 when he

mon program of purposes and prln. signal. It was stated. II I r M. C. Plus L. F. Scharfschwerdt moved here with his family! and he

clples" embodied In the Roosevelt. There Is a possibility of a prac. II and B. E. Ingraham. were this week has been engaged in business here

Churchill "Atlantic Charter." ,I tire blackout at any time, even to. I ; .", ,' appointed as the Tire Rationing practically ever tine that time.

The signatories of the declaration night, It was staed. I ,'r..%<,'. committee for Okeechobee County. He served four terms as a mem.
Include Australia. Belgium. Canada I The all.clear signal will be a *' This committee serves withoutpay ber of the City Council and two

Costa Rica. Cuba, Czechoslovakia, I \\ o.minute steady blast. D during the rationing period on i' terms as a member of the Board of
the Dominican Republic. Salvador. 'I V I tires. Trustees of this school district.

Greece Guatemala. Haiti. Honduras Ii The tire allotment for this county During the last World War he

India Luxemburg the Netherlands, I! Soldier Boys Will i Just picture yourself driving the presented by Jimmie Lynch' i for the month of January is five served as Food Administrator for
New Zealand Nicaragua. Norway, Okeechobee County.
passenger car tires and four tubes
Panama. Poland South Africa and I I Be Furnished Meal family sedan up and over an open Dodgers High elevated at the ramps Florida will Jta b.! nineteen truck tire and sixteen Mr. Berka has long been active

Jugoslavia. The declaration may draw bridge, leaping a 100 feet or tubes. In civic and fraternal affairs of the
I for the draw bridge lift, cars tad
It said, be "adhered to by other'' city being an active member of the
more in the air over waiting traf. I trucks will be parked In front of V
nations which are, or which may Tickets For TravelAtlanta Okeechobee Masonic Lodge and Is
flc and then smashjng head ondown them and an old car will be stat.
be rendering material assistanceand J Holland Loses CaseIn Past Master of that body.CIIl'RCIIES .
I on top of another car withouta loned at the landing point to accept
contributions to the strugglefor I V
single thing to soften the blow. the crash. The driver remains at
victory over Hltlerlsm. Georgia Jan. 6-A sol: OF
That is just one of the stunts to be the wheel through !it all. Court CHRIST
dler can travel the length and __ n __ -- -- _--_ _____n__ Supreme SCIENTIST"SACRAMENT"
The War Front breadth of the country without a

The Navy said It had evacuated cent of cash under a new plan re. OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVEi I AGENDA CLUB ; In Hathaway Case is the subject of

Cavlte and the Army announced cently adopted by the Quar.. rrn.... i BOARD OF RED CROSS the Lesson.Sermon which will be
', Japanese troops entered Manila ter Corps j,I TO MEET TODAY The meeting'came to order with I read in Churches of Christ. Sclen _
I
which earlier In the week had been The plan, through the Issuance of Oneda Boromei presiding. 1 Tallahassee Jan. -6-(FNS) The i tlst throughout the world on Sun.
declared an open city by General meal tickets to small groups or In. The officers and executlce Board I All members present agreed that Supreme Court last week refused day, January 11,
.f the local Chap. of the Red Cross I they were satisfied with the new I
1 MacArthur commanding the U. S. dlvlduals, insures the soldiers plen. to reconsider Its recent decision In The Golden Text is: keep
Forces In the Far East. Before ty of food while traveling! as each will meet this afternoon at the courthouse name chosen for the club at the the Hathaway case requested by the the feast, not with aven,
''
ent y of the Ja!+,u i"se, Americanand I ticket is good for $1.00 per meal In *t 4:00: p. m. to formulate! last meeting. State Industrial Commission. neither with the leaves inalloe
and 73 cents In plans for the Red Cross War Fund In the absence of the treasurer, and
dining cars
wickedness but
Philippine troops were with. res. The court ruled that Governor ; with the un.
drawn taurtnts. Drive which 1 Is to begin next week.Florida ,. the report was omitted. leavened bread
and all of
defense Installltlons\ I Holland removed Hathaway with, sincerely andtruth"
removed The tickets are Issued by the V--- While the sponsor talked to the I
or destroj'ed.General I out proper cause from the'post of ( Corinthians 5:8): ,
MacArthur earlier report Quartermaster of the post or campat Ferris Theta Beta Club Miss Finger was director of the State Employment Among the citations which com.

ed the ememy had "mercilessly which the soldier] is stationedand a visitor at the Agenda Club. Service. prise the Lesson.Sermon la the fol.
bombed" specifies the route and destln. I Harry Hervey's new novel, "School lowing from the
churches hospitals, con. j Hathaway's status is uncertain Bible: "Now the
ii vents schools and other civilian atlon of the travel. I Wheel For Eternity" was rev wed by Net. since the court did not order his first day of the feast of unleavened

installations In Manila after it was "On several occasions restaurant tie Pearl Rigsbee She told of ten reinstatement and merely said that bread the declples came to Jesus,

declared an open city whereas they operators have refused to accept iren and women spending a tense the record did not support the saying unto him, Where wilt thou

had only attempted bombing mill, the tickets." Brigadier General ,i By Hortense K. Wells week end In a forbidding West In. charges of Inefficient operation a. that we prepare for thee to eat tl'Ifi
James L. Frick Fourth Area I rf'in Castle baton death an unbld.I, "
? tary Installations previously. The Corps passover? (Matt. 28:17)
If those who have passed on to galnst Hathaway the basis upon : .
President sent a message to the Quartermaster said here today. "It another world have knowlede: of den guest, ruthlesi.y takes com. i I which the governor removed him, The Lesson.Sermon also Includes
I should be understood that the tick I[ mand: of events In the enthalling
Islands the
Phllippne
pledging that following
the things happening on this earth, I which was the question before the passage from the
their "freedom shall be redeemed ets are as good as money. They the spirit of Winston Chul'chlll'sAmerican. novel. This was enjoyed by all who'' court. I Christian Science textbook, "Sci.

k and their Independence established will be cashed by the Finance Offic. I .born mother must have i are looking forward to the comple. The decision of the court in this ence and Health with Key to tfceScriptures"
er named on the ticket when mail !p tlon of this novel.
and protected- During the week is far ; by
'thrilled with pride In her illustrious case reaching as it estab.llshes Mary Baker Eddy:
the Navy reported sinking two ad. ed to him;' 'I i! son, as he came. to her native land The meeting adjourned. the fact that the "merit sys. I I "His followers, sorrowful and sll.
dltlonal enemy ships and said three This new plan1 'takes the- place 'for the""of'freedom'and'lib'. 004.. Alfjtha .Walker ,Reporter. tern"! Is mo-._than name an4 em.. I t lent, anticipating: the .hour of, their
U. S. destroyers were attacked but of the old system of giving soldiers'money "rtv. FDR and Churchill-what a V. ployees operating under it are as. Master's, betrayal,** partook\ of the
only'slightly damaged. with which to buy food', TIRE RATIONING BOARDS TO heavenly
team I sured protection from political in. manna, which of old had
while traveling and insures that the ', Folks who go in for hero wor. I BE FUNCTIONING SATURDAY terference providing their work li fed in the wilderness the persecuted

Ships soldiers will be well fed as the tick. ship get such a kick out of It we satisfactory and efficient.V followers of Truth. Their bread Indeed

The Maritime Commission said i ets can not be exchanged for any. some times wish we had the habit. I Offices Being Established, Inspec.I I came down from heaven, It

the ship.a.day goal In launching I thing except food I Cur compensation is that we never I I lor Named anj Organization LOCAL METHODISTS TO AT. was the great truth of spiritual be.

of new ships has been reached and I I I have let.down of seeing our hero Effected TEND MISSIONARY COUNCIL I lag, healing the sick and casting
:
MRS LOUSE .1-1 1 )R !I
by the second quarter of 1942 deliI'. Bumble off a pedestal because of out error" (p. 33:38): .
,. u'
WILL SPE ni J\.
ery should reach two ships a day. clay extremities To those who The Tire Rationing Board of Methodists of this and surround V

The Commission took over 16 Fin. thought that the gentleman who Ckeechobee county held a prelim. !Ing communities will l/e among tK NO MORE DRAFT CALLS
Mrs, Louise Mi 1 I .
nlsh ships that have been tied in : ce chair once flew the Atlantic was some, !Inary meeting Thursday evening, at 3,000 men and women to attend the WILL GET PUBLICITY

U. S. ports. The Navy announced man of Florida's > .ratio Ex. j: thing pretty special, his antics dur. which time it was announced that "Missionary Council" of the South, -

launching of a destroyer, a floating ecutive Committee will speak to the'I, In; the last few months have beena sufficient necessary supplies had eastern Jurisdiction of the Metho. The War Department has issued
workshop and a minesweeper and women of Okeechobee County real pain. been received to enable the boardto dlst Church in Nashville, Tenn. orders that in the future draft

said keels were laid for two more Thursday January 15. at the Wo.man's To us he has always seemed a start functlng Saturday morn. January 27 to 30. This will be the boards shall not publish the namesor

destroyers The Navy also said It Club building at 3:00 o'clock rather sorry sort of citizen who first Council meeting since the numbers of selectees leaving for

Is converting the French liner! Nor. Mrs. McGregor Is In touch with had the 'lucky 'breaks' In perform.Ing Ir.gThe headquarters of the Board union of Methodism. It will gather Induction camps nor the date on

mandle into an auxiliary National and State affairs: It will a feat previously attempted by will be In the Court House in the representative church leaders from which they are to leave Neitherwill

>be a privilege to hear her speak others just as able and brave, but office of the local Defense Council Tenn., Kentucky Virginia, Georgia these names be posted on the

Opportunities For War Service It I is urged that all women of Okee. without luck; one who coulden't The office of the board will be North Carolina South Carolina post.offlce bulletin board as In the

The War Department announcedIt Mrs.chobee County be present to hear I I' "take" success and who sought pub. I open from 8 o'clock until 5 on week Mississippi, Alabama- and Florida. past.
McGregor, especially since
will employ Amerlcan.born civ. llclty by appearing to shun It. Latest days except Saturday, and then The Missionary Council will be V
Ulan pilots between 21 and 48 to our Information nation has so much at stake. play up by press and radio is I from 8 until 12 noon under the joint leadership of the Dr. E. D. Harris, local vetenarlan,

ferry aircraft from U. S. factories and ideas of helping ,:| that he has "offered his services Application blanks will be avail Board of Missions and Church Ex. spent several days the first of the

to nations receiving Lend.Lease aid I I our to all.National Emergency are vital'''I to the country;" then comes a ra. able at tire dealers and It is sug. tension and of the Woman's Societyof week at Bay Pines hospital for a

The Air Corps will train a limited I dlo commentator who says he has. gested that t applications be takento Christian Service of the South check up.Frank .

number of men 20 to 27 years old I Basil Bowden V n't as yet actually offered to Join the dealer from whom the ap. eastern Jurisdiction. They repres. and Donald Barber who
who
in meteorology. Both groups may has been employed the service, only written a friend plicant PIODOSOS to bUY the tire. ent 2,000,000 Methodist church are employed by the Seaboard RailRoad
at Clewis pastyear
ton
receive Reserve commissions Third for the hat he Is "thinking of It." Andso The dealer wil'. assist the purchaserIn members. All bishops of the Juris, in South Carolina spent Sat.
i returned to his I
and fourth.year medical students Sunday home hera what? Why should all that be filling! out the application and diction will be present and on the urday and Sunday with their par.

and first.year Internes may obtain I new more than the fact that Bill after the application Is filled out program:' Bishop A. J. Moore of ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barber,

Reserve commissions in the- Army i v I I Jones of ChlttUrT Switch, Georgia !lit must be taken to the Inspector, Atlanta, Bishop J. L. Decell of Blr.

and Navy, and will be permitted to ; Walker Again Named ;i has volunteered for service? Bill who will fill out the inspection cer. mlngham, Bishop Clare Purcell of Won; and at the same time the wo.

complete their medical training be. Jones has never, done, anything tlflcate. After the inspection has Charlotte, Bishop William T. Wat. men will be meeting in McKendree
fore being ordered to active duty. spectacular his patriotism has been made and certified on the ap. kips of Columbia, Bishop H. M. Methodist Church for an Insplra.

Between 200 and 300 additional Board Chairman never been questioned he has nev. I plication the applicant should take Dobbs of Jackson Bishop U. V. W. I tlonal and '''business program direr.

commlssons In the Naval Reserve I er been decorated by Hitler ftnd he the application to the local board Darlington of Louisville, Bishop I ted by the Woman's Society of

Civil Engineers Corps are available : For Another Year woulden't know an America First, which has Jurisdiction of his ve. Paul B. Kern of Nashville, and 1'Christian Service Then, in the ev.
for college graduates with limited er from a hole In the ground. He hide The board will pass on the Bishop W. W. Peele of Richmond. : enlng. there will be a general mass

practical engineering experience. Is just an average American anx. application and then, if it Is ap. Each of the 9,500 churches In the I meeting In the War Memorial Aud.
I At the meeting of the Board of
Former noncommissioned Marine lous to serve his country, willing to proved will Issue a certificate to Jurisdiction has been invited to Itortum of Nashville at which time
Commissioners
County held
at the
Regular and Reserve officers may die if need be, expecting and get. 1 the applicant, which can be pre. send delegates. 'addresses will be made by some of
court house
the Board :1
re.enlist! in the rank held when last elected C. F.Monday Walker chairman re.for glng no publicity ,because of the sented to the dealer to obtain a Dr.. E. Stanley Jones of India America's outstanding church lead,
discharged, if they have not been fact new tire, author evangelist and probably the
the coming and also ,,
out of the Corps more than four year named No one Has asked our opinion on H. W. Hutto has been appointed best known missionary in the world ers.The Council will open on Tues.
T W Conely, Jr.,
years. The Board also county attorney. ,i the subject of the onetime Allan, as Inspector for the local board. today; Dr. George A. Buttrick, of day evening, Jan. 27, with an ad.
designated the
The Maritime Commission lower, Okeechobee: News th'e '' tic flyer joining the armed forces Application blanks will also be New York, president of the Feder. dress of welcome by Bishop Paul
ed admission requirements for mar. as paper to' but up to this writing there ain't available at the post office. al Council of the Churches of B. Kern. This 'will be followed by
i publish: the
itime cadets and cut their training I' the 1942.delinquent tax list for ,, no law agin having one. If our The board will start functioning Christ in America; Dr A. L. Warn. two addresses: Bishop Francis J.

time In half The Civil Service i I The year above officers opinion had any weight which It Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. shuts secretary of the Internal McConnell of New York, on "Out.
have
Commission issued a call for thous.J j the board for the served ,hasn't we'd say sign him up as a Persons are requested not to file ional Missionary Council which re. standing Elementes In Modern Mis.
ands of stenographers needed ur. their past year and private and If he gets a commls. application' for tires unless they presents the evangelical churches sions"; and Dr. Roy L Smith' ot
; services
gently for national defense work in''' factory that the have been so satis, slon let it be ,by earning it not come within the eligibility list of of all the world; Dr. Y. C. Yang, Chicago on "The Challenge! : of Mls.

positions paying $1,440 a year to them. board again electedi have it handed to him on a sliver purchases which Is printed on the noted Chinese president of Soo. I slons !in the World Crisis." On

start. Applications forms may be I I Besides i platter because he has sat at the back of the application blanks. chow University, China; Dr. Ralph Wednesday, Bishop Adna W.. Leo.
obtained first or second class electing officers the board controls of a plane, and first of all i They will be E Dlffendorfer '
at any ,attended to I I merely wasting their of New York, exe. nard of Washington, will tell what
post office routine business mat. I be sure that his Hitler decoration time unless they do come within cutlve secretary of the Board of the Methodist Church through
tern st their I
I meeting Monday. goes back to the nasty nazls. j the scope of eligible piufchasers, Missions and Church Extension of chaplains and oth r services' is do.

Army It just plain gripes us to thing the government has advised the the Methodist Church and long a tag for !boys In army camps.

The War Department authorized Alien of any one in the service of Uncle boards.Be recognized leader of1 the Christian A mass meeting don Methodist

return to active duty ,by February II I Attorney General: Blddle ordered Sam owning, and holding on to, a I V missionary movement; and Dr. Roy' youth will feature Thursday even.

of all inactive enlisted Reservists 'I all Japanese, German and Italian Hitler medal. It just dosen't make sure to see the Red Cross War L. Smith, author, traveller, preach Ing. Dr. George A. Buttrlck will

-the majority former trainees and aliens to surrender to local police sense Fund trailer picture at the Gilbert er, and editor of the Christian Ad. speak on "Youth and the Mission.

Natlnoal Guardsmen recently re. 'I authorities by 11 p m., January 5 I V-_ I Theatre Sunday and Monday, Jan. vocate, are some of the principal ary Challenge;" and Kempton Jon.

leased from active duty. The De. I''I all radio transmitters short.wave Dave Evans left last week for '' uary 11 and 12. A short that will speakers on the four.day program. es, leader of the Methodist youth

partment said It will continue vol. I radio sets, cameras and firearms of Chicago where he is taking a spec Interest every American. Each morning ,and afternoon the organization, on "Methodist Youth

untary enlistment of men from 18 any description. Mr Blddle amend. Iial electrical course. He expectsto 'I Jessie D. Wilson who Is employedat 'men will meet in the First Pres. Mobilizes for Missions.1'

to 35. The Department adopted a ed reguatlons governing travel of an I be there about three months. the Federal penltentary at Tal. byterian Church: of Nashville, for Dr. E. Stanley Jones will close the r

uniform system for temporary pro. !! alien enemy to permit limited move. i Mike Barber returned to his home lahassee spent the week end In a program of addresses and Juris meeting on Friday noon with an

motion of all officers on the basisof ment In certain cases where special here Sunday after spending several ,,, Ckeechobee with his parents Mr. dlctlonal business provided by thej' address on !"A Forward Movement in
merit i! permission Is granted : days with friends In Miami. I|: and Mrs. E. J. Wilson. Board of Missions of the Jurisdlc I' Foreign Missions."



TWO ", THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS
FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1942
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United States Sugar Co which 1/i APPLICATION
( ? NOTICE OP rillt.lC IIKtHIVONOTRE NOTICE! OF
hccdIl1hc CUS works the Everglades Is on record I I

as wanting no part of this grat!: ii i IM hereby given piirmnint'' to FOR TAX DEED
the liurnl Law of It:Id
: Too Late Iliiimlnic Authorities Law ot
Published every Friday by the bag. In fact Its president, Clar. to Classify lipld Kluililn beforethe lint II publla County hearing Cnininliilonera Hill l ho I Notice 'li hereby iilven that C. A.
ence R. Bitting, has been
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee protest i.f Oklo"'hoh County, Klorlda, on the Fulford holder of Tax Certlflcitet Nn.
Okeechobee County, Florida ing against benefit payments to all I 4th ,day. of Janiinrv, 1U4J at 7 o'llwk. i i 11(1. limned the 5th day of July, A. D.
but famlly.slzed farms, since 1937 p. in? at the County Court Hume, In i HIIM and 343 and 34.1, l""mled the 2nd
By RUSSELL KAY the Cltv of Okeechobeo, County cf I dIY, of June A. 1). 11)30 hue tiled I
BRYANT BOWD: N.... Editor Because of the Florida soil and ell. iikverhiiliiw. I'IIUI" of Klorlilu, at which in me In my office; hem inadu nppll-
mate among other factors the nil' opportunity.. tu he beard will ration for a Tax Deed to bo limed
: lie grouted to all rcnliU'liU of Okwehobee I thereon. Said C'crllflcate cinlrui'e the
Entered as second class matter United States Sugar Co. Is a low I I County .Klorlilu and tu all following rtewrlbed [property( In the
In his Inspiring column "Over in uarles" are truly needed it Is now.- ether Intort'Hted County of Okeei'nonet, State of Florliln .
economic and in pentonn upon the queertan
Office In cost producer
July 1, 1918, at the Post I :: ; I II. to wit:
My Corner", editor O. A. Brice of The
Okeechobee, Florida under the I testifying before a house subcom., peace and beauty and restful Whether( the Regional Illuming Ailtliurltv I S 1.2 except Lot A and 0 See 10
Act of March S 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. mlttee in April of 1940( Mr. Bitting! : I the Lake Wales News tells of en. ness serve to quiet the troubled soul I. for the conntlp of Cltrim( DeKoto. I Twp 37* Kg. 35B.: Contiilnlng 200 airen.
countering a motherly looking soul and generate the faith and hope Ilarilve, Mlvhlnniln. I ml Inn Itlver.M.liiiiliH' 110 belied I the nth day of July, A. D.
brightened the record with this I ;Mnrloii MII rtli. Ikceehnbee, KB 1.4 of N\V 1.4 and NE 14 of
statement: of past middle age sitting alone in we need and must have.I I OrniiKe, Owfoln Pain leach' folk, S\V 1.4 l Sec :'U). Twp, 37S If if. 33B. I
RATE a quiet nook at the Mountain Lake think the story of the troubled M, Lu'l.. KnniKiitii and Kuinter Klnr- Continuing w arr...
We here and now once more I 1,111.ulIl.1. Im a shire pfflcli'lit or ecDiiunilcnl Tin piiiiinent of anld property tinder '
One year In advance. ...........$2.0( Sanctuary. soul described by editor Brice will iiilnilnliitriitlve unit to rnrry auld Certificate I.HII..d11 In the
Six month. in advance ...._.... 1.00( object to legislation that legal Engaging her in conversation, he prove typical of countless others andI ml thn |inrii>.i'H of the llnrul HOIIKliiK Uiiuie of I'. fl, Cbiiiuiiliiln U, S. Tuck
...... .78 izes a raid by special Interests learned that she had .' Anthorltlea l.nw of Florida It its Eittate,
Three months In advance. tragically lost feel that Florida offers a haven iirea of oppriitlon alinll be Iowr.lI.ed' I r.r I'nlcM laid Certlfkntc hull be redeemed
on the public treasury even If her husband a few months ago and today that stands with outstret. IMC'liule the County of Lake, according to Inw property
as present leglsation now pro. his After mieli hearing mild' County Coin-I I dencrlbed therein, nhnll bo loll to the
Advertising! bills are payable on passing came only a short time ched arms to comfort and encour. eelnu're nil) determine whether or hlghcHt( bidder nt the CourthoUMe door
month Parties vides, we are entitled to mem. after the loss of their only daugh. a.ge a nerve.racked and burdened MM! there In n need for the inlilltlon of | on the firm Moiuliiv' In (the month of
the tint of each bershlp In the raiding party ter. Then '. Ih,' (',''"11ly of Lake to the mid Beg Kt'bruary 1114., which U the Iiml day
unknown to publishers required to came the war and her people. I'liinl IlDiiHltitf, Authority.IIDY of February, 11142.
In advance. A little more of this kind of phil two sons all she had left, found Florida with its flowers, Its pure It. UAt'I.KItSDN) I I Dated thin 2nd day nf. January 1042! :: ,
pay O'ophy in Washington would have service with I' Clerk of the County of ROY! n, HAfLERSON'
one the Army and one air [its scenic beauty and Its health, Ilkeec'liohoe. I I.tun ,
Reading notices In local col- defeated the present sugar bill! be. with the Navy, It seemed that her fulness can contribute much to the ,. II.111.2:1.: I Clerk okeechobep Circuit Ciiunty Court, of.Florida.
fore it to the White House ButIt .t.
got entire world had been .blacked out nation's Circuit Court Seal)
line. Rates for display strength and morale in 'iI
amns, lOc a was lacking even in wartime Jan. 2. I 5). Id. 23 30. '
Then I
advertising furnished on ap she remembered a trip to these troubled times. NOTll5: TO .M'l'KVK I
and a very selfish chapter has been _
plication. Classified advertising 2c written into the record just all Florida a few years ago when things Let us make even more attract. IN T1IK: IlKCl'IT COfUf UV UIIB
each word each Insertion. All as were brighter, With her husbandshe Ive and beautfull these enchanting M.NT11! DICIAL CIKCflT! IX AM) NOTICE OF ,\riIIC\TIO FORT
items regarding enterprises con of us everywhere are supposed to had visited Bok Tower and she havens and let the whole world en. FOB OIA71-:x'IIOIEF! C'Or.NT, KI.A. ,\\ DLrl
be tightening our belts for the IN rilANCBHY Ml. .21. AI.HKKTItltnw .
su. I no i of 11)13Nolle :
in
,
saw as a vision the
and benefit from
chargeable Inscriptionshe Joy them. Mil.
ducted for profit are Kit.: Ciinipliilnnut.. KOBOIn -
effort against the Axis,
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at advertising rates. preme found there by John Burroughs: lions of overburdened executives and 'Pin' wlt'1vF11 n'a'il...t la berehvglv'ti that !S I. J.
v : i'.g'v'j.ii, I' ".,,'10 Tux
I : holder nf
'I come here to find myself It is workers sooner or later will arriveat Ki'titiirkv pnllorilY l I Knit Mek I I-no.!> Iniui'il the, fifth L'ertifiinteii
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG NATIONAL AND. TERNATION.AL I easy to get lost In the world.." a point where to continue ef. : I lii'r. ,\. p. 111.7: (Certificate! XOH. 2IW 1 I
PROBLEMS INSEPARABLE What a hope that inscription of. flclently and effectively they must You lire hnrchy orilorcil, to appear 1 to 245.1 I",... nnil 24(11( to 2471: h'... In- r,
to the Flag fur. illvnrce miPil HIP fifth ilav of A, '
1 pledge allegiance l I.> the Hill of Coinplnlnt Anitnat. U. IllOirO
States of America FROM: LOCAL WELFAREOne I fered I It seemed to grow upon thisweary take a brief period for rest and re. rili'il ugh lust >'ou IIT Albert Bruwer III III: .'!>: Vrtlflciiti'a Nbi. IIMI.. ImiuiMl the ,i.
of the t'nlted soul until she ele'n11,1| ilii\ of June, A. I>. inin: and
I determined to creation. Dazed and dizzy from tinnlii"vi> nt\leil reline nn or lioforpiho
and to the Republic for I Certificate No, 874, IHKIIC.I. the firnt )
of the great military! debatesof act upon Its promising! message, So the mad pace that war has set they -Jiul day of Ki'lirunry A. Ii. 1042 day of HitolMT A, D. 1IH4: hiis tiled "
nation Indivisible iiiherwlmthe nf sell' Rill
which It stands: One nMorntlon(
modern times has been that con. '', again she Journeyed to Lake Wales I can in a few weeks "find them.splves" lll hi tnki-n aH ronfe..i'il nttnhut mm- In m>' iiffliv; ling tiiniln iiiplloa.|
with liberty and Justice ((oil fop n Tat Deed| to |hp leered
I cernlng! the relative effectiveness oflndpower as she expressed it, to the one spot in Florida and return to von.TliU tln-reon Snlil (Vrtlflmti' pinlirnre the .
for all"ANOTHER seapower and alrpower. where she might '"hink her waythrough" their Jobs refreshed, revitalizedand .. ( Onler Kliiill IIP imlillKlii'il" n,'. fulliinhiir' ilpmrllifil, irnicrtv| | In the _
I '-HUB tn low In tlp OkpochubepNew ( "",,ty of SuklYY'hIRY!, stutc- of .i'lorliln .
Each of these fighting arms hu and eventually find herself prepared to carry on as before. H.Di't..i. to.wit :

SVO\R GR.At .\!: had brilliant convincing! and even Just as our President from timeto thle 2nil day nf .Tnnnnrr. .Vn I.nt 1 to Is In-, ink n.
MIS Lulu 1, 2. ;L 4 null' 7 to IS IMP., ilk
fanatical partisans. : -- time finds It necessary to leave HOY II. II U't F.II"O, U Sid I.otn 1 hi JO) iii,.. Dlk. l.\ Month

a time when, the nation's tax arc master of land warfare was This week I attended a confer. his desk and seek recreation In I Clerk of rirrnU Cnurt 1110 went ft.Aililltlon of Si-o.XiiliilMnlun 21. North of of SIT the 1.4 west of ,

payers are tolling up the steep 1", ; ci'! Gfman strategist, Clause. ence of officials representing var. Florida, so will millions of co. .".M.II" II Mart irt ,>donMn ) nnOK XW" 1.4 of I Her, :1. T,,'|>. 87. It 3.1.rli J

side of their calvary, the Western I .:.. writing In the days before lous Florida attractions those out. workers eventually turn to us for der mold<> nimcuHMii'iii'irtlflinti'H nf. I.10"1,,101 \|iironrtv| un
Will In the
beet and the Louisiana cane SU"product'rs '\. I ,",e .117...ii? existed he argued that standing! beauty spots that annuallyo.er renewed strength and energy, SOT I"' .: MM'I.\TIOX tiniiiu of oki'wholHw ('It.,. Lniul ('II., r.
; inspiration and to Florida seeks to take no from Lean It. Porillium' Vnkiiown. lluwunt
have compounded anoU,1'18hameless ne ,<">n vuth the largest concen. i pleasure one ,
FOil Tlttf.lt; H nut Mm iil/nMh:
visitors from all over the world his work Florida is one hundred i, ; :: ( J. Kninppr 4.
raid on the trL'as"1"I linn well.equlpped ground Lens of 10.13IMUV < 1' Urlffln. kml F. Jolmaon I; am I I
I such as Dupree Gardens. Rainbow percent ,behind the all out effortto II, E. IliirrlHon
the 'i-'n' tld be the certain victor I.
They have Jammed : I tr'1' I ,1 :; lii hereby given that \\'. ..T.Ilimlry. I'nltM milil Yrtlflcalra( Khnll he reo
0 M aoney amendm. (.t -1._. 9"-.i 'n .r, Tne German Imperial I Springs Bok Tower Cypress. Gar- win the war. Florida already Dupe' I,, llendrv and Anna (i. ''''''11I1'.1 ",- '.."11111( ti> Inw. property ,\
I dens and others. Is doing her part to help win It. Minranioti holder, of Tax 'prltl..n'eSOl ilriii'rllwil therein Hluill he unlit! to the '
and the .
the house of which
sugar act through Army 1914 was unques. I 1 .'07, iHiiied the let day of Nciveln- Mifhost bidder. at the (Cunrtliuna door
senate and now It Is on the way I tlonably the fl..est the world hadI The question in the minds of all But Florida Is blessed with life, tier, A. I' 1'tlT\ haH filed name III my im. flip first I"duIn the month of
I was what effect the restrictions on giving sunshine! with all that gives nfflce: rum mode application fur. n .'..hrnllr.,'. HMJ.\ vhli-h la the second
to the White House I I I seen up to then was\ largely devel. I Tax' Deed to be issued thereon !Snlil Iuv of .'I'hru.r.Il142,
The bill would Increase tl." '., ope' along Clausewltzs Ideas. All tires and motor cars might have on health and strength and courage. C'rtln'nteaillirii'pe the following lit, Dated tain 2nd day of Junu.",. 1042. j

called beneft payments to gto"" I rejflen her how It swept everything I travel to Florida and attendance at j: So today we say "When you have mrlbnil. propprtr Mute nf In Florida.the Count Inn'of It :Okreclinbee rii-rk KiiV Circuit U, II Court U'I,EHSON ofiikiwhohpc ,

(on crops not produced) from u." I before 't and seen xl an Irresistible : points of Interest this winter, : reached the limit when you neet | Lute J to 10 Inc. ilk 51 South Okee- County Florida
I I I Would people continue to visit !I rest and recreation come and let 'h..hp.. U'lnnlt to 80 cents per 100 pounds This force intll American manpower '1'he muniment nf. mild properM' nnder .Fii"i, J. I II, 10 1. 23. 30,
Is roughly a 33 1.3 per cent Increase ca"ifc to le 4d 01 the f',lt rlng al. i such places? Could Florida ex. us minister to your needs. We will a ald'','rtlr"'nI." l.miecl win In the i
I | pect to attract tourists and winter put you back on your feet, give youa mime of Hiirnh K. l'Io\\'nrd _
What would mean to the taxiers /*/ lies and tun., the 'v 01 >". '1* I I'nlem mild Certificate ;ubiill lie re-
Is this A multl.milL'oi I I I Irltors this season? Should we as new strength and new vision and li'i'ineil apdirdlni to law,
simply : Tie most ?Me f vast o' sea. 'property
dollar Increase In the subsidies tl.ey'are pnw"r w i American< \-ii'll n ", and such attractions indiv.i send you back to your home fl'. I Meiirrlbed hlililer,therein, shell Conrtbou be old to door the JoRfllevttfiatry .. .
I i td..all continue to advertise and freshed in mind and I hlfhe ut the of t
bunch of ? body. firm the month of _
paying to a hlgh Prot Y n' Tote before any. "" thi> Mimdiiv In ..
uneconomic producers And t:'" I I vie co' varfar 1the i i I rvlte visitors or should we closedown From the standpoint of, rest, Fi'briiiir.v, 1042( which II the 2nd day '
and ? health and the nation i of February, 1942. 'I
quit trying recreation
subsidies would be paid for crops TJe-: ', d 11'sea
tllt",1 thin 2nd dar of .Tnnunrv 1(142.(
NOT produced at a time when the I power i 1eci<"ng fa' 'or needs her "playground" today as I BOY K, n.\i'i.tusrN; !' aX666

fire in the Far East has automat in any m"J ,t HI ,-'t.l1"greatly It there ever was a time in theworld's never before. Come and "FIND rv-r oiieei'lioliew* Circuit Court of c ;
County FlorlilnIflreiilt 1
ically removed from the American impressed tfmperor 'Vj. 1m history when such. "sanct. : YOURSELF. I Court enn TABLETS,s.Lvi.MOSS oacee
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market the vast sugar tonnage for. 11 and led to the naval building I I j4

merly thrown onto it by the Haw. contest between Germany and Eng. 1 u-a.lc case of Mitchell well known types of aircraft with considerable -

allan and Philippine growers. land. The end was victory for the 1 in this country-he was demotedI success though she has no gigantic ,
I I 4
Can the taxpayers afford this British after the battle of Jutland I and finally forced out of the Army I I ships of the Flying Fortress type I

generosity especially at this time when the German surface fleet fled by superior officers who thought his (nor for that matter, has any other 1 jlI

when every bit of money they con. to Its base at Kiel and was 1m. claims i for the airplane were |ab. nation, co far as is known). Ja. /

tribute to the treasury should be mobilized for the duration of the surb. pan's weakness according to the best I I -6J,.....

going into guns and tanks and war by the British blockade. .I j The believers in the superiority available evidence, is lack of re. I t '1N I"

planes to equip the armies and The most persuasive supporters of of alrpor to all other fins' of placement power. It Is said her (1

navies and air forces including! alrpower were the Italian General attack have had their! uiarce to aircraft plants can produce only .

their own, which are marshaled In Douhet and the American General, say "I told you so" '.nee the U S, 200 to 300 military craft a month.

the fight against the Mikado and Billy MItchell. Douhet wrote that Japanese wn ..van. When the Our production is now many times I ( I fl'

Mussolini and Hitler? wars could be won through lavishuse OkWur't wet,'. ao n in Pearl Har. aa\ great, and Is growing fast An .iI'J

Obviously not The president of the alr.arm alone by tv, ," has the first: time In history eventual American producing cap.

':iuld veto the bill It is a pleas rorlzlng whole nations. and furc 'i ',ha jhlp of the lire, in comnJs.slon aclty of six< or seven thousand ''J

jie, meanwhile to note that the swift Internal collapse it home. The had been sink by an airplane- planes a month, is confidently pre \ ,

-- Most sit nnini blow of all was the dieted. Equally Important, we have I i r r

QIII!Il '""!tlililllIlIIimWIIIIIIII/II/IIIIIIIiIIllIllI!' : /! !/ 'lmlllllllllllIIlIlIlIIIIIllmlill1III11IIilImlmllllll! ! !! ':! !! !! i I pane sinking of the 1 rlnce of Wales. within need our to own borders all the fuel e, : : i,
> Th'o ,mk. warship w"S one of the we fly them. Japan must I

very "( v major fighting vessels get her fuel, once her reserves ate .

l'U"ti d / any nation since thea. used up, by conquest. i 'I

: .. bo rb .' attained real range and To sum up alrpower has proved
i TO WMOBILE AND attacking capacity Her architects Itself to be a fighting force which I

must supplement and back all (
considered her pmoUcjfclly invtiL up ', fl"d in
nerable to air attack. Yet she, a. other kinds of fighting force. The 'llLo

long with the Repulse, an older but range and load capacity of bomber h ,
: TRUCK OWNERS u
= fairly modern Bigttl h battleship steadily increases. Fighters operateat AIRCONDITIONED

were destroyed and sent to the bot_ higher and higher altitudes, and

._ tom In a matter of minutes. And the Increase In their firepower

Due to Government Tire Rationing Pro aircraft alone were employed by since the war began, is nothing!

-- the Japanese in the battle which short of miraculous. America start
gram that into effect Jan. 5 1942 all ,Cij AI
" goes resulted in Britain's darkest day ed way behind in the battle for

pleasure cars and many business cars will since Dunkirk. alrpower but she Is beginning to

Does this mean that the airplane catch up now Dependable Service
be
not allowed to purchase new tires. The ..._ v
has finally and for all time demon

= Government and Tire Companies ask that strated its superiority to landpower PersonalMr I Low Fares

do and seapower? The answer, in the i
everyone everything: possible to make
view authorities Is No
of most ,
Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
= their present tires last as long as possible. == Fletcher Pratt, the American mill, and Mrs, W. D. Shln of

!E When they become smooth, have them rev == tary expert, writing Life recently, Pound Ridge, N. Y., arrived In I and the North.

said: "None of the major victories Okeechobee Sunday and are spend ;i Northbound

:= treaded or recapped at once. We urre: you of this war could have been accom. ing this week here with Mr. and OKEECHOBEI . IMAM 2:10 PM
A,. TAMPA . 10,10 AM .:55'M
Costs Less
alone. thin
not to run your tires too far. When they plished by alrpower Even in Mrs W. J. Hendry and Mrs. Dun. A,. LAKELAND ':10 AM ISO PM Driving
Crete the air victory had to have its ::inson. They arrived at Ft, Pier,'- Ar. ORLANDO 10.U AM 745PMIMS Oftl Rw.ArJACKSONVILLI .

;:; become smooth, send them to us and we preface in the form of a land In. Sunday: afternoon and were met Ar.:TALLAHASSEI .. .. .. 1:15 4:45:: PM PM 12:St AM PM w., 7","

:=: will recap them as soon as possible vaslon of Greece which providedthe there by Mr. and Mrs. Hendry. Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25'104 1:10 AM MIAMI JACKSONVILLI. 2.0 4.40 $ 7.tS 3.10

bases from which alrpower could ----- Iv. OKEECHOBEE 440: PM 10:45'104: TAMPA 2.30 4.11
G7 C operate. Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1.45 AM t::15 AM LAKILAND" r.9O 3.4'
:= We recap any size tires and NQTII1 0 ('ITI7t.S! I ORLANDO 2.S0 4.M
passenger "The great graphic lesson of this Or Ohl.M' 'II01IKKn DIRECT CONNECTIONS Af JACKiONVILLI, 1AUA. TALLAHASSEE Lea 10.20<<
also all sizes truck tires. MASSE AND IAKI CITY WITH OMYHOUNO LINES LAKE CITY 4as 7..,
is this
war : \ onllMiuire Inn, hoe |1""H"IIIt.j| | I., I POI All POINT NORTH AND WIJT. AnANTA" '.35 IS.OS
Iriisi 'I IIP, ('II ('.. "rll '
y of (ho ( 11)' ot Okmliolxa
"The old terms-seapower, land ,- MACON 7.U 12.90
I.r"'hllnl' fur Ito ,
iiuitni!
= TRUCKERS : Let us recap large | power alrpower-have no real and ,, lit ilyim( lillllnficlH, iiml <.I iurt II niiilmi I loulhbouniOohif VALDOSTA S.38 935
:your ,,' till I. <' ll" .1 III'M'lM' wllhh( I 'J., U OKEECHOBEI . 4 40 PM 10 45 PM IIRMINOHAM .SO 17.1e
xtruck tires.GROVE. detached meaning. The three are tv (if oViM'huliixrinrliln nod until Ar MIAMI . ISOPM 230AM NEW oaLIAHS 1.20 20.M
now merged in what might be term IMIMII ,\'lll I li>> i'iimlili.rvil. liy HIP CHICAGO 1I.0S 32."
Dull fit I I"' II '\( riifiilur ""'.11,, 'In I ftolurnlnf' NEW YOIIIC CITY 16,00 2....
ed with each service Lv. MIAMI . 1000 AM 200AM.
w global power "I''r' i I'II' .' ,lit 7'31.
1 OWNERS : We have a large dependent upon the other and with ">, m All IIWIIIHII lntiT< truck and ..I! mi,. tin Invlriil" tn ulti'h.l, rtilNi
O tractor Tire Repair Mold. We essential to
alrpower absolutely rlnu ..f i1'"' r 1111011, I

H can vulcanize your damaged tires. them all:' III. II llt2a AI:M.5o'I.\ smtt\l.YY rin' I'h'rk I. r. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

r In other words, landpower or sea. .
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H| We guarantee every tire and our seven years experience power without strong air support, .m
are under terrible handicaps. There I
yp and use of best materials assures! satisfactory service SEEULMER
were apparently no RAF planes on
I
E. hand when the Prince of Wales

went down. There were few if any EZELL I

:I: HUMPHREYS TIRE AND JFi American planes in the air over h atilt ,' karute t"y.//, J '\

Pearl Harbor when Japan made her FOR

attack. And, to look for a lessonon I ,

G a far bigger scale, England was Electrical and I rl .
Refrigeration
I RETREADING CO.if losing the war and losing It fast

until she attained air supremacy Sales and

above her Isles. I

| S. Dixie Ave. Phone 139 Ft. Pierce, Fla. In the Pacific we will need far Service

more planes than 'we have at pres.
1 ent. Japan has imitated leading OKEECHOBFF FLORIflt

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FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1942' THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS THREE

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.. Cason Is back in town for the remainder of this term will

Mary Mclaughlin said that Jam. be given to the person who suggests .

es Crews was the only boy in Fort the name that is chosen by

CATFISH NEWSFOR Drum, but It takes most of her the staff to head the school news

time managing him. All you have to do Is fill In the

It Is said that Dorothy Womack blank given here and put it in the

really gave David "Bearcat" Ham. news box in the bookkeeping room

rick a tumble while she was down ,before 3 o'clock Tuesday, Jan 13,
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL here, Christmas. In fact the poor 1942.

boy hasn't been back to school, yet- -
.. -"
r Did you notice the big beautiful I suggest that we change the

1 HINTS THAT SHOULD that means everyone) you should I MYSTRY CLUB HOMEROOM CLUB bracelet that Estelle Sanderfur is name of the school: news from "Cat.

BE OBSERVED not run out at the room but walk wearing? fish News" to ................M..................
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I out like ladles and gentlemen. Don't I The Seventh Grade Olrls met Seventh Grade Girls met Wed. I Oh yes, there's the new boy that's

Politeness to elders; Is always es. ever push and shove In the hall. Monday, January 8, 1942, In the nesday, January T, 1942, during ECA kin to Mbs\ McCarthy which should ............ ........ ................... ........................
Don't slam doors shut. Don't run Mystry Club. Betty Jo Tucker, Period for their Home Room Club Interest some of our young ladles.
sentlal for well mannered
a per. and down stairs, walk up and There a meeting. Juanita Worth, Home Well, v/e can't rake much dirt ,
son. Respect to a person because up president, presided. was I the I up I II. Signed ....... ... .............................. JI ........
In room president,
his 1 down them. Don't shut the door short program. The Flag was sal. I' presided over this week. Santa Claus was Just r
Is
of age utmost Important. I V
another persons face Don't be uted, and the "Star Spangled Ban. meeting. Virginia Parkerson, chap I. too good to some of you folks. ,
When an older person or a teacher I FLASH! NEW CLUD: FL.SIIlHave !
I
(If lain, read the Bible and Kathryn ,
picking with other people. you ner" was sung. Beatrice Rudd, I V
enters the room where a social ga. want to fight Uncle Sam will be chaplain read the Bible, and Vir. Conrad led in prayer. The Saluteto JOKES -
therlng Is you should immediatelystand heard about the latest
the Flag was given and the "Star you
glad to have you) glnla Lee Culbreth led In prayer.
and remain standing until and smartest thing out? It's the
When you come to see a football, Election of officers was held. The Spangled Banner" was sung by the Mrs Hunt: How many of you
they sit down. Sub Deb Club known also as the
basketball, or baseball game don'trun following were elected: ] group. know who was the last man to box,
One should never Interrupt an The election class B. M A. S. The meaning of these
around like you have never President: Pat Thomas I of officers fol. John L. Sullivan?
I older person or any other person I lowed initials of course, Is for us to know
before set and look In. :
seen one up V. President: Mary Virginia Albert Berka: The undertaker.Mrs. .
:\: when they are speaking or even telllgent (even though you are not.) Swain President; Mildred Phelps. I and for you to TRY to find out.

:, contradict what they have said. Don't shoot spit wads across the Secreary: Dorothy Sellers. V. Pres.: Mary Frances Thomas: Dixon: John Neff please I| It is a high school girls club, made
When the bell for (and up of chosen members. These cer.
rings you room at your enemy. Reporter: Virginia Lee Cul. Secretary; Betty Joe Tucker. correct this sentence "Girls Is
------- tain girls will meet at a certain
Don't read funny books during breth. Chaplain! ; Betty Jean Hansel. urally better looking than boys.nate'I

":..:..:..:.:":--:--:-- ":":":......:..:..:+:+H classes. Don't sail paper airplanes Chaplain: Orvllle Anne Lingen.teller. Reporter; Iris Conrad. John Net!: "Girls Is I persons certain home on a certain time fora

around the room and please be Program Chairman; Lucille Ba. purpose.
better than
looking
boys"Bill
BOYS!! will appreciate
\ { Sunrise Theatre considerate of others. Program Chairman: Virginia ker. I II You
which Swain I this club for more reasons than one
These are just a few things Parkerson. Mary Virginia Reporter.IT'S Mother
Hendry: can
I you So don't be flattered if some girl
'1 FORT PIERCE the students of Okeechobee High Virginia Lee Oulbreth, Reporter.V V give me another name?
walks
School need to learn, especiallysome up to you some day soon and
-- -- I THE TALK OF THE TOWNIt Mrs. Hendry: Why? |I i asks you for a date for "GirlsWeek"
of the
\ boys. WilY SHOULDE STUDY I Bill! : Mrs. McMullen Is always Is
i i coming soon. That week
TODAY and SATURDAY V -A Senior. I seems to be a habit with Molly saying she will keep me after schoolas the girls of this club will give the

Double Feature (Economics Student) j Bowden to run around falling in sure as my name is Bill I I boys a break, and escort them on
-liny; Ih'frniie Itiihil and ".InmprGilbert I Our economic situation Is unlike
II coal buckets If you don't believe I I dates furnishing both car and
.
BUD ABBOTT the world has faced before.
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any
us take a look at her knee. Perrilee: Pardon me for dancing I I money. How( does that sound, boys?
LOU COSTELLO ":..:":":":..x.-.:..:":.:..:..:..) Whether we enter the war with our We wonder whose ring adorn'sEva on your feet Porky. j Then too "Girls Week"111 be cli_
% -IN- armed forces or not. There Is goingto Porky: That's all right I dance'I I
Nelle's finger? It.s.an. out of maxed with a bang up party at the
1 I I
be a great demand for capable I
Theatre 'town I ring, too boys I II on them myself end of the week, and on this nlzht
leaders and followers after the i
"Keep 'Em Flying"Feature Someone said that Martha Sellers each girl will escort the boy whose

OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM crisis has passed. After every war I II I had an accident. It seems she fell I Jean Lee: Women have cleaner company she enjoyed the most dur.
No. 2 there is following
a depression and
Ar off the "Chattanooga Choo Choo" minds than men. Ing the week. So keep your eyes
I I I this there will be of the
ona
CHARLES SfARRCTT war I Gene E.: They ought to-they
I I Wonder why Nettie Pearl has open for clues and, you'll be hearing
FOR WEEK ENDING greatest depressions the world has (
A IN :j t lost Interest in Johnny. Could it I change them oftener from us again next week.V .
ever witnessed- It Is now the wrong
JANUARY 15TII. j' be a new attraction maybe from
I I
1. "Medico of Painted time to criticize our leaders, for Fort Pierce. Leslie: I shall never marry untilI FOR REPRESENTATIVEIN
In order to face the dreadful sit. i I
Springs"SUNDAY By the way, Martha WalKer good meet a girl who Is my direct op.poslte. THE LEGISLATUREI
f FRIDAY and SATURDAY uatlon we must remain united in .
\tDouble lookln' watch you got there, kid. ,
'Feature every respect.To How come the forlorn look, Alice? I Miss Morton: Well, Leslie there I t.'ke this opportunity to an.
circumstances thrust
face the
I vI : AND, MONDAYS I Army got him? I are a number of intelligent girls flounce that I am a candidate for

':. Program Upon us by the existing upheavel, What good looking new girl Is It j In this town re.electlon to the office of Representative .
I
ROBERT YOUNG we must become broadmlnded and
,. > FREDDIE BARTHALAMEW that has captured the interest ofI V In the Florida Legislature
IIEDY LAMARRIN learn how to face the trial. Our
-IN- I nearly every boy In school? We hear i THE SCHOOL PAPER for Okeechobee County In the
common sense will be stained ex.
she has a brother and he's at Democratic Primaries In May 1942.

"NAVAL ACADEMY" ceedlngly and we should realize it i "that" age, too, girls! I I The school paper needs a new W. J. (BILL) HENDRY
"H. M. Pulham Esquire"TUESDAY now. Teaching the mass how to
1 Did you hear about the trouble name and we have asked the co. V
think and to obey orders is what our
Feature No. 2 Mr. Durrance had on a recent vis. I operation of he students in select. FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONERI : :
leaders are trying to do and shouldbe
It WEDNESDAY ROY ROGERS done I it to Miami, with one of these "new ing this name, however, this coop.

| Wangled" water fountains? eration has been anything but"good" wish to announce that I am a
STANWICK m Our national morals are increas.
BARBARA I
J Well Miss Patterson hasn't got candidate for the office of County
.1 I HENRY FONDAIN ing always and we the undlstln. I
'Robinhood of The Pecos'ADDEDCARTOON into very much devilment yet. But I i Aga'in we make an attempt to get Ccmmlssioner from District N(). 4.
units what must keepIt
gulshed are
give her time, folks, she's been the students
t only I I of Okeechobee High Okeechobee District in the Demo,
ever rising. This Is absolutely
here a week. i School to suggest a new name for cratlc Primaries in May. I will
't "You ToMe" ap.
Belong essential to with the
cope power And, too, lots of the boys have the "Catfish News. predate your vote and support.
and land monarches of the
.' SUNDAY and MONDAY old world greedy I noticed, with Interest, that Phyllis A free subscription to the paper ALBERT BARKA
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THURSDAY- JOAN BLONDELLAND One of the things which great

', BARGAIN DAY22c ROBERT YOUNG empires and nations all through

-IN- history have experienced when rap.

IL idly advancing should be ever pres.

..-. TOPPER RETURNS" sing on every American's mind.

Double Feature PATIIE NEWS That thing is keepinj a Christian

atmosphere existing throughout our
RONALD REGAN
nation which, is a great and pain
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staking task, but can't be neglect
, Squadron"I FREE SHOW NIGHT ed at a time of such rapid advance

PREMIUMS GIVEN AWAY ment as we live In. No people can
ALSOJACKIE -
ON THE SCREEN continue advancing at the terrible
COOPERIN
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/ "FORCED LANDING"WITH edness enter unchecked.Let .

"GLAMOUR BOY" us study, students whetherwe
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JEAN PARKER are at the head of our class or

4 ASK FOR TICKETS AT ALL not, that we may be proud andworthy

COMING SINCLAIR STATIONS of our school and nation

,i ''II BOB HOPE not only today but tomorrow also.

COMING V -
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YOUR STAFFWe
I Purchase"IN "Caught In The Draft" have received a number of -

TECHNICOLOR "Here Comes Mr Jordan"Buy complaints from students becausethe

been unable to supply i
DO YOUR DUTY :":+....:":":+....x..}+:..:":":..:.,:--:..:+) you staff with has copies of the OkeechobeeNews BOTH THE REAL ESTATE AND INTANGIBLEAND
BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND
v on Friday afternoon. The
STAMPS staff assures you that the delay in PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ROLLS HAVE
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'. not the publication be prevented of, but the after paper this a ; BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND 1941 TAXI

definite effort will be made to get PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE.

the paper out on time, In order I

THE POCKETBOOKof that you might get a copy of It be.

fore you leave school every Friday TAX PAYMENTS WILL
KNOWLEDGE rtksIe afternoon. CARRY A 4% DIS-

Too we ask for your co.operatlon COUNT TO JANUARY 22, 1942, 2% FOR PAYMENTIN
in turning in your news. Class

news club news, editorials, jokes, JANUARY, 1942, AND 1% FOR PAYMENT IN

and gossip, will all be appreciated
GAS Remember that others are Interest i FEBRUARY, 1942. PAYMENTS WILL BE NET IN

ed in what you are doing, why not

tell all of us about It through the MARCH, 1942, AND UNPAID TAXES WILL BECOME .

"Catfish News?" I
V DELINQUENT APRIL 1st, 1942.
vi 5AI.v bnifiof>i i CORM\twotCtXXINO K /
ANt PCE*NOT BURN) YOUR rgrf.. 2 j OPPORTUNITYIt

-BCAVQ AOLYRFD t.wICN ae1Aw'S CCWAI N1A IL ESMTlNM1C4I ? j knocks at your door but you

HEAR r can't expect It to kick the panelsIn 1941 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS LICENSES,

KIotD to make you take notice.

Sri qc it Every' night next week at the DUE LAST OCTOBER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO WAR-

Methodist Church y.oU1]) have an

e.s( opportunity to hear Rev. Tyler whoIs RANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JANUARY

.s a Methodist Evangelist, and I'm
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CREAM
,_ wAs sure you will enjoy him. i I 1st, 1942.Bessie.
ADWRnsEDINAMAR You can ask: a Future Farmer or

y As nil. J a Boy Scout about this Opportun. I ,
ity, as they have attended services I
GA4OLIN8WERSy HAS ENOUGH this week In a body. II I .

TO PROPBL CAR Remember this "Following the
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MoVIES OF INDUSTRIAL E .***> :
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