The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 27-Number 31. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 23, 1942 Price 6 Cents
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Tourist Travel In W. B. Hargraves, County Super Says Red Cross Is
visor of Registration announces i iI i ii ; v E

i Iin this week's issue of the Okeecho.
State For Winter, I bee News that the Registration : Planning For Relief

I Books for the County will open in ,
\ the various precincts of the county -
Tampa Jan, 21 Speakers on Monday. February 2 and will r Disaster relief units of the Amer.

representing railroads, bus lines I remain at these precincts until lean Red Cross are mobilizing In
travel agencies tourist attractions Monday March 2, After March 2,
chapters throughout America to
motor clubs and allied Interests, in the books will open at his office in ;,
a round table discussion of tourist meet the threat of indiscriminate
the court house until they close at I I
prospects for this season. at the midnight. Saturday night April 18 bombing, Charman Sidney Kuper.
Quarterly conference of the Florida The fact that this is an off elect. | berg of Okeechobee's Red Cross

Publicity and Public Relations As. Ion year and due to the war there j chapter declared today In asking our
soclation here last week end, gave will probably not be very much In. all.out support of the AmericanRed
their views on the state's tourist lerest In the election this year but Cross $50,000,000 fund for A.

outlook for this season everyone who is eligible Is urged i ztY merican war relief

Recognizing the problem as ser. ,0 register and vote. I d "For a number of years," Mr. ,
ious they pointed out that Florida V ,
Kuperberg pointed out "the dis.
was more fortunate than most tour. aster service of the Red Cross hat
Ut states, While the shock of the Car Association In i been preparing Itself not only for

attack on Pearl Harbor, followed by fire and hurricane but for air at.

tire rationing and restriction of Dade Votes : tack and large scale sabotage. Now,
motor car manufacture, already has County as war comes to America, its work
caused a substantial reduction looms bigger every minute"Word
in travel and In attendance at such Adams' Reelection has
come, he said, that
points of Interest as Ravine Gar. chapters in Hawaii during the recent

dens Marineland, Silver Springs I raids were right on the Job, carry.
Cypress Gardens and other depen. Members of the Dade Countv Bar I I Ing out rescue work and giving ex.
dent mainly on motor travel, A. A. tensive relief to the
I Association wounded and
approved by secret bal.> TOP Traffic controlman waving in a trainer that '
A. offclals presented encouraging lot Ian week the reelection of Judge' homeless. Red Cross personnel and
figures to show that ,, has Just landed on the tremendous Llmerock landing
seven million
Glenn | volunteers removed civilians from
K Terrell and the election of
.", mat at the V,, S, Naval Air Station Jacksonville
sold In this t
new cars were country Judge Alto Adams to the State Su. : _ Hf' ) danger zones. Ten emergency med.
last year and several million sets : foal stations, established there
Court bench, by
preme i y
of w CENTER: A group or Ryan primary trainers In take.
new tires for replacement on The ballots sent to each member "z M I the Red Cross some months ago
1 off position on the great Llmerock landing mat at
other cars, Insuring such vehicles
asked "Are you satisfied with re. have given valuable service during
remaining safely In use for a yearor the U S. Naval Training Station, Jacksonville at this
cords of Justices seeking! office to I Y s J emergency. In the Philippines,
more and then retreading would the extent that they be unopposedfor a the start o! a formation training flight thousands of trained volunteerswere

insure another year of travel If election In the May prtmlarles" ready and were quickly mob.
; LEFT: Miles or Ltmerock base streets were Included
drivers exercised ordinary care of Judge Ten ell, a member of the I x ; in the "ast Llmerock projects at the U' S. Naval Air lured
their rubber. I bench for almost 20 years, was 111.I' ', "tat Station. Jacksonville If kept properly surfaced these "On the night of December 7,"
It was felt that before any large dorsed by a vote of 115 to 43. Adams''' ,, streets will last forever because the Llmerock base Mr Kuperberg announced, "disaster '
number of cars would be forced off an appointee of former Governor will never Deteriorate crews of the San Francisco chapter
the roads synthetic tires and re. I' Fred P, Cone 13 months ago and stood at their posts all night, fully
bullts would be available In suffic. who comes up for his first election alert and ready for any eventuality
lent quantity to keep cars rolling received 103 approving votes: and In several regions of California, the
Managers of tourist convention 149 I dissenting B. C. Swain In Race The ObserverWell Ernest Hilliard In Red Cross assisted in the evacua.

bureaus, reporting for such citiesas I The result was announced by tion of citizens from dangerous ar.
Jacksonville Miami and Tampa, I Stanley Milledge, president of the Co. Commissioner sir I done went to another Race for ReelectionOn eas"
stated that while they had numer. : association who stated that the meetng Tuesday AND HOW The These disaster units, he explaned,
ous conventions scheduled for 1942 i dissenting votes were not so much Clvitan Club which WAS, no more are made up of many types of train,
both large and small, only four had:'1 f in disapproval of the Justices as re. I'I'f I IS On account of the war, i lack another page of this weeks' ed Red Cross personnel Doctorsi
been cancelled and four others j''Jectlng the Idea that they should In another column of the Okee. of something or tco much of one issue of the Okeechobee News will I and Red Cross nurses are on call to
postponed be chobee New today appears the an. thing or another caused the guy attend the wounded, Red
i unopposed It Is not expected be found the announcement ofj Cross
Attraction managers stated that that either Terrell or Adams will)Drum nouncement who of B C. Swain that he111 of Fort rapes: to fray and s.iap so they fold. Ernest Milliard who announces that I!I First Aid stations have been set up
following the attack on Hawaii the have any opposition announces ej; up their tents. But the bright he Is a candidate for reelection and thousands of certificated First
be candidate for the office 'of .
bottom dropped out of their businessbut Two candidates, however, al. a Commissoner from districtNo fluids and wonderful personnel of a member of the Board of County !| Aid rescue workers can be dispatch
within a week It began to pick ; ready have announced as seeking I County. 1Mr this local club not to be daunted byr Commissioners from District No 3.1|I ed to the scene of disaster at a mo.
up and continued through the hoi. ,I the seat made vacant by the re.slgnatlon erses large or small have reor. Mr. Hllllard Is now serving hIs 1 ment's notice
)days but was given another set of Judge J. B WhltfieldI Swain was born and rearedat c "nized and will te known hence fourth year as a member of the t I The Red Cross Motor Corps, he
back when tire rationing became ef. I being T T Turnbull Montlcello, Fort Drum and has lived there forth as "The Okoecho'' Civic board having been elected the first said, will provide ambulance service
fecive I chairman of the State Democratic all of his life having been engagedIn C'ub"'! time in 1938 and has been a hardworking and Its Canteen Corps will handleall

It was the general feeling of the I Committee and attorney for the the cattle business and farmIng. The new omce's'ere elected member of that body being mass feeding In the hospitals,
group that motorists would calm I Florida Railroad Commission; and Several years ago he opened a small Tuesday the 13. (which Is a lucky always present at their meetings. Red Cross Nurses Aides will assist
down accept the situation and con. Judge H L Tom Sebrlng Gaines store and filling station which he date by the way), and Installation He says that If he is reelected hewill 'the registered nurses and relieve

tlnue to use their cars as they real, :I vllle. former University of Florida now operatesIn was held: last Tuesday. Right now I continue to serve the people in I the pressure upon them. In addlt.
ized that present tires were capableof I football coach and popular i Clr. I I dscus.sng: : his candidacy Mr. want to mentlrn the fact that the the same manner in the future as ion, disaster and rehabilitation ex.
stated that had lived in
carrying them many months and : cult Court Jurist Swain he club used exceptional judgementin he has in the perts will give necessary relief to
that district all of his life and that
with retreading many more, and V I II I selecting the officers for this past.V civilian evacuees
I he felt like he knew what the people
that new supplies of synthetic or THE MIRTH\ CIRCLE MET new set up. I I II I of his district and the county as WOMENS: CLUB TO HAVE
rebuilt tires would be available to TtESDIY JANUARY 20TH illations, erberg declared, "is done by volun.
whole needed most and that If
relieve the situation before the I a Hon T W Conley Jr was in. I teers, but they are volunteers who
elected he would do -
shortage became really acute The Martha Circle met January I everything stalling officer and If there was have put in long hours of trainingand
| possible to serve them to that end big time Is In store for every. I
Railroad officials revealed that he overlooked it has not hard work in order that
anything they
| 20, for their first meeting of the V j II one( at the Women's Club Tuesday :
while travel dropped off when war with Miss Jo Parrlsh I been Invented up to this writing may combine technical skill with
year right January 27 at 7:30: p. m.
declared it has I MR. AND MRS LIGHTSEY I I the I II their willingness to The
picked up The devotional was splendidly I After the opening of meeting Free refreshments and plenty. help. well.
steadily since and while far from given ,by Mrs. J. O Wolff using HONORED WITH SHOWER Sir Thomas ordered the officers e. of them and entertainment. All are meaning amateur, In the opinion

normal Is Improving and gives for her subject: "Unchanging i*j,: lect to get out of the banquet room Invited. This Gala Night of fun I of the Red Cross, has no place Ina
promise of continuing to improve, Standards in The Changing World A shower was held at the home '; and bunch up in the lobby. Pres. and food sponsored by the Local I. clvilan defense emergency." .
Newton Perry, publicity directorof The circle chose for its motto: of Mrs. R. O Gillett in honor of Mr j j i ently he came oat and ordered us Chapter of the American Red Cross I "Its disaster service," he contlnu.ed .
Wakulla stated the and Mrs. Durard LLghtsey. I coats Well I "Is just Red Cross service
Springs that "Not by Might Nor by Power But to tale off our was Come early bring your friends and one
war hit them just when they were I by My Spirit Salth The Lord of The living room was decorated i i I feeling mighty proud to think I their friends and stay late. which must be enlarged to meet
starting an enlargement and build. Hosts", Zechariah 4:6: with the United States flag and had been elected to one of the of. V our great crisis. More thousands

Ing program and he questioned dlr. The following officers were elect, pink gladlollas flees and did pjl fcl like fighting of volunteers must be trained Into
ectors as to whether or not they ed: Miss Jo Parrlsh chairman. The bride walked a white trail so I ups and tells him eve I says, Mable Llnjcnfclter returned Sun. Its ranks Welfare and medical

felt It advisable to go through with Mrs. W, A. Moore, treasurer Mrs.J lined with her gifts adorned with "Tom, when some guy asks me to day to Tallahassee after spending services for our armed forces must
several here with
her mother
the program, They replied "Cer. O Wolff secretary, boquets of flowers.In take off my coat, Brother that I I undergo vast expansion and every
talnly we'll go on with it, and if I The members present were: Mrs. : the absence of the groom, Mr, means Jlyh' in my language. Mrs B. O Bowden and family. branch of the Red Cross enter the

people stop coming that's all right C F. Jenkins MISS Jo Parrish, Mrs R. G, Olllett walked the trail with, Then Tom he ups and says, "Bill I field of battle with flags flying.

there won't be anybody In our way I W A. Moore, Miss Ruth Humphries. the bride. leave It on If you want to, ut let I, up. Now I wonder That Is why a minimum of 150.000..
and we can finish the job sooner" Mrs T. W, Humphries. Mrs D. J. The bride received many lovely me know quick 'cause fin you don't Brother Otis being rather tU 000 is needed to finance the pro.
That seemed to be the attitude with Hunt, Mrs. J. O. Wolff Mrs. Wade gifts and Miss Elizabeth Reichert take It off I will take It off for you." and having a long reach was sure gram. Let's not wAlt another day.
other attractions for many stated Snell and two visitors who were assisted her In opening them: I took off my coat. I good to look at, and certanly could Let's make our contribution right
that they hid Increased their ad. most graciously enjoyed by all Mrs. Refresh'nents of ice cream and So did His Honor Hiram Raul, dish it out. Looked Just like an im.j II now and show that Okeechobee Is

vertlslng and redoubled their effort D R. McNeil and Mrs J, A. Mc. cake wer served to the following arson our Mayor, who had been ported French 'Garcon', (waiter to I one hundred percent strong behindits
and felt confident they would get I NelL. pueste: Mrs. Myrtle King Mrs. elec,ed President and friendly Otis you.) Oh yes, everyone had a pen. Red Cross and the service of

their share of the business what, I Delicious refreshments were serv. Sadie Chandler, Mrs Henry Bras. Pippin who Is Secy.TTeasurer elect I ny laying In front of his plate as a its country."
Mr, C, H Parkerson, Mrs. Ida for service. Otis with his
ever the volume.OKEECHOBEE ed by tho hostess. Miss Jo Parrsh. The Judge solemnly handed each tip good --V
V I VBill Ming Mrs. Elton Ming Mrs Katie one of us a nice white ,butchers long reach had them all corralled LADIES AID MEET
"WAR FUND" Smith, Mrs. Eunice Lamb Mrs. J'I i apron you know, the kind that nes. I before I could squeeze my way up
COLLECTION REACHES MOO. Allen Is Out T. Phelps Mrs. Missouri Duke, Mrs tics close up under the chin and I to the table I only collected two The Ladles Aid of the Church of
I Helen Lamb. Mrs. Ernest Cox Mrs drags the floor In the wrong places. cents, After' the luncheon was the Brethern met Wednesday, Jan.

Mr. Kuperberg Chairman of the Louise Cockrane, Mrs. R V. Cock. Mme had Dave Cokers name In one served there was a musical program 21 for an al day meeting to sew
local chapter of the Red Cross says High Court Race cane Mrs. Pauline Thomas, Mrs. corner but I tore that out. No com. which was enjoyed by all, (I hope,) for the Red Cross and quilt

that the drive for the War Fund Van Llghtsey, Mrs. Lee Woods, merclals for me. After the cere. I The Club members sang "I've The devotional was read ,by Mrs
!being collected nationally of which Mrs. Clarence Llghtsey, Mrs. Ella. 'i i mony of donning the butchers apr. !Been Working on the Railroad," Fidler from John 15th followed in
Okeechobee County's quota Is 1750 Tallahassee, :Jan 21 (FNE)-Ad. abeth Davis, Mrs. Leon Roebuck, ons we were ordered to retire to i in unison;then we, The Three Mus. prayer ''by Mrs Fldler
has met with splendid response vised by his physicians that because I Mrs Katie King, Mrs. Pansey E. the kitchen where we would find keteers, had to stand up In front A covered dish dinner was servedat
from the people of Okeechobee and of a heart condition it would be tell!, Mis Ruth King: Miss Mary rood prepared and for us to get j( and sing It to the club Only we noon.

he expects from the spirit we have unwise for him to enter a itrenu. t:' Lljhtsey, Mrs. Adelle Hardin Mrs. bulsy and do the serving Now i i had to sing "I've been waiting on' Those present were: Mrs Calvin
shown that we will be one of the ous political campaign for a seat Bob Llghtsey and Rev, and Mrs. T'' wusn't that sumpln! |i the table," etc. Then we were com. j Drawdy, Mrs Nell Hough, Mrs.
many counties In the country to I on the Supreme Court bench. WII. Z. Bennett. Well now, it wasn't so bad for manded to sing "Sweet Adeline:" John Draughon, Mrs. Salter Wat.

make our quota. There are a few 11am' P (Bill Allen of Tallahassee V n.e, 'cause I have 'been throwed out That Is where we made our hit. ford, Mrs Robert( LaMartln and

that have not sent lit their checks Announced this week that he would 1, LOCAL GIRLS ASSIST IN cf many a Cafe for smashing up 1 Wonderful. The Mayor sang with I daughter, Bobby Lee, Mrs. A Hill,
If you haven't yet do It at once, with draw from the race. i| RED ('ROSSVAR FUND the crockery or serving from the I the white keys, Otis sang with the airier, Mrs Clarle Loll, Mrs. Earn.
We cannot all fight, but we 'Re. This leaves only two candidates wrong: side. and I have tort of ac. black keys and I sang in the cracks '! est Olmp all, Mrs. Will Walker,
member Pearl Harbor' And we remaining In the race for the Su. The real American spirit shown qjlred the nack, But you should between. Some harmony. i I Mrs. L. Addison and daughter Mrs.
have not forgotten the years 1928 I preme Court seat made vacant by six young Okeechobee girls who have seen "His Honor The Mayor" Mrs Muriel Lowe was elected S. R. Ralfsnlder. Mrs. Victor Dom.
and 1933. through the announced Intention banded together as a Girls Club hada u his flowing robes and majestic pianist for the: ensuing year and er, Mrs. Elmer Pierce. Mrs. Nondas
V of Justice Whitfield that he would cake baked and were busy running poise serving the common run of although Sir Thomas tried to put ) Parker and Mrs, O E. Wright

DR. ALSOBROOK WILL MOVE retire T. T. Turnbull, Chairman of I arcund town selling chances and the members Visualize: H. H. with Miss Muriel through a quiz pro. Visitors present for dinner were:
TO HIS NEW OFFICE TODAY the State Democratic Committee of the money that they collected was large tray laden with chicken and gram, that Is where he fell down. ,; Rev. F. M. Hollenberg Rev. J. rid.
Monticello and Judge H L. Tom turned over to the Red Cross War dumpings and all the trimmings She not only knew all the answers lei and wife, Mrs. M. E. White, Mrs.
Dr. B. E. Alsobrook announce Sebring of Gainesville Fund. More power to Joan Berka, emerging from the kitchen with a I I but doubled back at Tom so fast I II Ely Lamb

that his new office has been com. Sebrlng paid his qualification fee Polly Gay Greenberger, Bessie Mae grin and a couple of blushes on his she had him stuttering, and Tom I V
pleted and that he expects to move to Secretary of State Gray last week. Ralfsnlder, Mary Alberta Louthan'and face. Some waitress, I says But I a lawyer too. Willie Hargraves of Clearwater
today from the office he has oc. Turnbull probably will qualify soon, Ernestine Hunt. Keep up the he carried on like the good soldier Well, be a seeing you, I returned to his home In that city
cupled for so long to his new one i I He recently announced his resign good work. he Is and I am more than proud of -oble. Sunday after spending several daysin
His lew office is located on the atlon as attorney for the Railroad --V him. BUT, someone slipped him a PS.-Oh yes, I forgot to tell you I Okeechobee with his parents, Mr
tame lot as his residence near Commission so that he could give I Mr. and Mrs. Duane Grubbs are note, and that Is what wor. was elected Vice President. I and Mrs. W B Hirgraves and faro.
the First Baptist Church his campaign full time. the proud parents of a baby boy rles me No one tried to date ME Bill Page Ily.q. .


TWO TilE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS F1UD.1Y JANUARY 23, 1942.hcecljobcc .
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need today to give us a relief from NOTICE OF I'tllMC
our more serious problems. "Mr. TAX DEED
la hereby given pursuant to
Too Limpet" will serve to publicize Flor. lh. Hum I Hunting Authorities Law of: L.w of 1.3.
Published the to Classify I Ida far and Florida hut a public bearing will be
every Friday by and wide again we findu8elves ,hold before the County Conimlulonen: I Notice Is hereby given that C. A.
Okeeehobee New Co., at Okeecbobee ) I : : Indebted to Theodore nf okeechohce County, Florida, on the. "lIltur,1 bolder nf Tax Certificates No.
Okeeehobe Florida Pratt. .'41 h iluv of Jimuiiry 11)43 at 7 o'clock 110 lsnui'd the 6th day of July, A. D. e
County p. in., Ht the County Court Homo, In 1U20 and 342 end 84.1 leaned, the 2nd
RUSSELL KAY I "Mr Limpet" Is now to be seen the" City of Okcechobee. County of day of June. A. D. 1030 bus filed
By Okeoihobee, Kind of which In office hat made application
alive and swimming about In the Florida at same my ;
BRYANT BOWDEN... Editor i I all opportunity, to he heard will for a Tax Deed to be Issued
I great tank at Marine Studlos.ter .-Af. .i IIH granted to nil residents of Okeechiihee thereon Sold Certificate embraces the
Entered as second claM matter reading the story Ml ton Bacon, i County, .Florida and to all following dxncrlbed property In the.
oilier Interested person upon the qut'i- County of Okeecbobee mat of Florida.
July 1, 1915, at the Post Office In From the versatile pen of Theo. he tried to visualize In his mind the publicity director of the famed at. ton : til-Kit :
Okee obee. Florida under the traction, drum and hether the Kcglnnul Housing Authority 812 except, lots 8 and 6 Sec 10
dore Pratt author and short storywriter life of a fish. He recalled that i captured a large for the counties of Cltrui.: beKoto Twp 873 Kg. 35E. Containing 209 acres.
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. whose work is familiar to scientists have long contended that affixed a pair of glasses on his nose. Hurdee. Highlands. Indian Hlver, 110 ladled the Rtb day of July, A. D.KB .
"""11.... Marlon, Martlu, Okeechobee, 14 of NW 1.4 and NE 1.4 of
readers all life He Is pointed out to tourists and
of the Evening
Saturday came originally from the ,
Oriingu Osceola Palm Beach Polk, II1.4 Sec HO, T"'p. 378, Kg. 31B.
RATE Post New Yorker and a score of sea.What if at death it returned ften glares) back at them through I St Luile, Hiirnaotn and Humter Florida Containing NO spree
his I would he a more efficient or economical The axsessnicnt nf said property und -
One year in advance ..............$2.00( other publications has come an. there-In this crazy topsy.turvyworld glasses as they stare at him administrative unit to carry ""r said Certificate leered was In the
Six months in advance .....__._ 1.00 other "masterpiece" "Mr. Lim. seeming Intent on destruc.tlon i through studio portholes. nut the purposes" of the Ilural lions- name of 1>. 8. ('hllm"l ln, 0. 8. Tuck

Three months in advance....... .75 pet" a delghtful fantacy. on sale maybe we were Just a lot of By all means read "Mr Limpet" area I n ir Authorities of operation Law iihtill of lie Florida Increased If Its to jt'r I'nlcM Estate iiilcl Certificate shall be re.
at book stores January 19th. 'Poor Fish" destined to return toour It Is refreshing and delightful anda INI'bide the County of Lake. according to law property
original form. wonderful tonic for over.wraught After inch hearing mild County Com | des< rlbed therein Hhall be sold to the
Advertising! bills are payable on Pratt adopted Florida several I ml..I""er.111 determine whether or highest! bidder at the Courthouse dour
years ago and makes his home on Out of such fantastic musings nerves not there In a hired' for the addition of I mi the first Monday In the month of
the first of each month. Parties V I (he County of Luke to the lulil lieuluiiiil 'February, 1'Jl., which In the 2nd day
unknown to publishers required to the east coast. Since taking up his came "Mr. Limpet", the story of a Housing Authority of February, 19t2.I .
residence here he has written num. timid modest little hen.pecked ItOY It. UAfLBKSON | Dated this 2nd day of January, 1042.
pay In advance. PersonalRev I clerk of. the County of
I II erous stories and articles dealing! bookkeeper who fell from a pierto Okeel'liohce..l.in i HOY R. HAULERSON
I I II 10.23. j Clerk Circuit Court of
Reading notices In local columns with Florida that have presentedauthentic find that he had become a fish. _._- I i nkrechohee County, Florida.
and realistic word pic. Fascinated he lay under the pier (Clrrnlt Court Seal)
lOc a line. Rates for display Frank E. Philpot of St Cloud :Jan 2. I O. 19. 23 30.
tures such as "ShelllShock"I'hlch and watched the frantic efforts of NOTICE' TO \1'1'1'\8 I

plication.advertising Classified; furnished advertising on ap-2c I told of the thrill of gathering Flor. life guards to rescue him. Lookingup was visitor who stopped over in IN 11IK CIKCtIT COURT OP THE

ida sea.shells experienced by tour, on the dock he saw the wife Okeechobeu a short while Monday NINTH JUDICIAL riKCCIT IN AND I NOTICE OFprl.U'TIOS FOR
each word each insertion. All isis who visited Sanlbel Island and who during his earthly existencehad I afternoon for a short visit with C. FOU OKHBC11UBKK COUNTY KLA. T.\\ IIKM:
items regarding enterprises con- IN CHANCERY NO. 821. ALBERT
B. Duffey Rev Philpot Is a Mis. i I.BK. of 19):
other points and "Land of the always viewed him '
ducted for profit are chargeablet with scorn RILE Kit; Coniplnlnant, VI. DORO-
Jook" dealing! with one phase of and comtempt, weeping and carry slonarv preacher under the Meth. ,I TIIY KIIKWKH. Defendant. I Notice \Ie hereby ghen that S. J,
advertising rates. localized cdlst Board of Missions and goes' To noilOTHY BREWER, Salt Me. I Mnvt. holder' nf Tux Certificate Nos
in the
life back country lug on in the center of an excited I lino. Issued, the fifth :
1''lIlllI'ky : day nf September
In the 'Glades area.Fol1II'ln I of all over the state to preach to the ,
group sympathetic onlookers. I A. D. 11)27: Certificates Nos. 24W
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I Accepting his fate "Mr. deaf and dumb. He was on his You lire hereby ordered to appear I to 24V) lop" Hlid 24IH to 247.1 Inc. Is.
the publication of Limpet'decided lo the Bill nf for divorce shied' the fifth tiny of
Complaint August D,
pledge allegiance; to the Flagof stories tourists swarmed into the to make the most of It. All war home after spending several filed iigiiliiHt you by Albert Brewer In I llljn.,, : Cerllflratei: I Nos. 11 \.'. : 'lIpt the
the United States of Amer territory they mentioned. Sinlbel: I his life he had hoped that the day davs In Dade County doing mis. II the nbiive st>"Inil panes on nr before I wititiil ilur nf June A. D 1910 and
ica and to the Republic for -I"narv work. the 2 u.I tiny of rVlirunr.v. A. D. 1042.olliorwlno | Certificate No 874, Icmied the first
became famed overnight and motorcars 'I would come when he could "go to the allegation* of mill Bill\ dm of October' A. M. 1034. has filed
which It stands: One nation In loaded with: tourists waited for Florida." Thrilled at his newly Mrs R. E. Burgess returned to I will lie taken an cnnfomieil agnlnutton. camp In my office: has, in a dn appllca-

divisible, with, liberty and justice hours to catch the ferry, as the ser. I found freedom he gives a Joyful her home In Okeechobee Sunday i I thereon.Inn for n Said Tax Certificates Deed to embrace he leered the
for a1L"RED I his tall from Fort Pierce hospital where Thin Order tdiull lie puMlKheil ncfinlhiit following di-mrlbeil property In the
vice was far Inadequate to meet the flip of as he heads south. she underwent an operation to low In the nkppehubreNrw ('nlllltot Okecihobee. State of Florida< ,
I demand. By the same token thous. He visits Palm Beach, Miami the 'o. tolt:
and Earl Bond who Is stationed at Hiiti-il thU 2nd day of .Tiiinmrv.. A. Lot 1 to is Inc nik, 11.
ands would have consid Keys even Havana
who mingles
CROSS SEWING ROOM: never Camo Bennlne Oa. with the Unit. T1. 1942. Lots 1. a. 3. 4 mid' 7 to IS Site Blk
ered a visit to the 'Glades country with the nation's celebrities as they nov u TI.\I'I.F.IIOS. 14 ,and,,I Lots 1 to 211 \r,,'.. Blk. in. Sntthwpet '
went out of their to visit It, frolic in the warm waters of the f>d StteArmv! arrived in Okeecho. Tlerk nf Clrrnlt Conrt Addition SubdhlHlon' of the West
The Woman's Club dally Is the way 1110
bee Sunday and Is spending a short "'I i"iiil,' Conrt ft. of KIT. 21. North of SW' 1.4 of
the following his publication:! of "Landof Atlantic at swanky resorts He findshe T.? '> o in ;\ s". S\V 1.4 of Sec' si Tn'". 37. II 31.
scene of activity lately as furlough here with his wife who is T'11e
drive nngeRKiitciit of said tin
the Jook. can flsheiir.en and guidesto property
Red Cross Is using It for their sew. here with his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. der said Certificate tmiiieil. was In the
His delightful book "Mercy Is. distraction since they cannot .John F Bond NOTICE OF \rPI.IC" \TIOX nnine of rkp't'hahM' City Land Co.,
and end Luna It. Fordlmm rnkncmn. Howard
knitting headquarters him
ing fool with their
land". dealing with life on the Flor. artificial lures Mrs. W. D. Shine and mother. FOR T \\ DEED 8. lint.. Mrs I "r.ll/iibotti: J. Kemrer,
many women have volunteered to Ida keys proved extremely' popular and clumsily baited hooks. Alto, 1."ua of 10)5Notlie o, !' irlffln, Karl F. Johnson and
Mrs John Dunranson left yesterdav
I B i':. HiirrlKonI .
help and go there every day and are and motion picture rights were pur. gether he has one grand and glor. for West Palm Beach where they ,In hirohv given that W. :JHendrv .nlesa inlil Cerllflcates shall he re.
chased by Warner Brothers who lous time Hope' I,. Hendrv and, Alum (>. dei" HUM) Heierillnir to I"",'. property
doing their bit. Many more women will spend several days with Dr.
Piincnnion holder of Tax Cert flint* demrlbeil) therein shall be void' to the
are needed who can sew or knit and 'will shortly release the film version. Optometrists owe Theodore a debt and Mrs. Carl White. :No 2(17. Irauixl the let day of Novemlior highest bidder at the Courthouse door
I have just had the pleasure of of gratitude for his whimsical idea C H Parkevson local A. II 11 IT. has filed' "nine, In my on the first Moiidny til the month of
are wiling to give some time for manager office: him ovule application, for a Fi-bruiirv. 1II4J, which Is the second
reading an advance copy of Pratt'snewest of adorning "Mr. Limpet" with a for the Florda Power & Light Co. Tax Heed, (to he Issued thereon. Said I day of Fehrtinry, 11)4..
this cause. book and I am surely in. pair of nose glasses which become was a business visitor in West Palm Certificate eiuliroics the follonlim Doted thus 2nd day of January. 1042,
"rrlhed. property. In the County of .IP'j HOY II. IIAl'LKKSOX,
Mrs. Hiram Raulerson who Is i I depted to him for Introduslng me almost as Important throughout the I Beach Tuesday chohcc. State of Florida, to-wlt : Clerk Circuit Court of
Lots i to 10 Inc. Elk 61, South Okee. I ikeec,'holiee
Chairman of the Distribution Com. to as delightful a fiction characteras humorous narrative as the hero I VPolitical holiee. I Circuit Court Seal') County, Florida

mittee and a very busy lady these I ever met "Mr Limpet"In himself. With them he attains a The .,,,'smnont of mild "prnpertnil' Jutr. 2 0. HI 23, 30.
I IIT| a aliK'ertlflcnte liisiieil" was In the
days reports that they have in avery a note accompanlng an auto, marked degree of Importance. Be. twine <>< Sarnh K. Seward I j --
short time been able to turn graphed copy of the book, Pratt cause of them he wins the affectionof rnlemi unld Certificate ;hail lie re I
ilit'ineil accnnllnir lo law, .property
out 8 dozen diapers and 30 pair told me how he got his idea for a charming lady fish. They aid ,!".erlh.,' therein hell he sold to the I 9oRelievlNtrery fill
of chldren's pajamas and a number this remarkable yarn: An ardent him in proving his real Identity to Announcements burliest bidder lit the Courthouse door ft
of other items that called naval officials and lead to his re. mi I he first Monday III the month of "-
are being fisherman he recently< tried his rYlirunr, 11)42\ whlth Is tho 2nd day Sa4666
for and are badly needed from Nat. hand at "goggle fishing"\ a newly celvlng a commission from the Navy J of Fpiirimrv, lOt:. o

ionai Headquarters.. developed Florida sport that Is be. department in charge of locating FOR REPRESENTATIVEIN Dated this 2inl dAY of January, 11t2.

If you have some time you can coming quite popular in which the and destroying enemy submarnes. THE LEGISLATUREI Dork tiny Circuit H. IUI'I.EnOS Court of C '

spare and are handy with a sewing fisherman, his eyes protected by His temporary loss of them nearly Okeerholiec County. 'I"rldll.lI"rrlllt ,

machine or knitting needles come waterproof goggles swims after his costs him his life and robs him of Court Seal\) I LIQUID TASLETS.SALVEKO31 DIOPSi
take this opportunity to
an. Jill). 2, I), 16, 23 30.
to the Woman's Club on Parrott fish under water to spear him witha his sex.appeal. nounce that I am a candidate for

Avenue week days it Is open 10 to javelin. Resting after one such Fantastic and frivolous, "Mr. Llm.pet" re.electlon to the office of Repres. -' .

12 mornings and-2 to 5 afternoons expedition, his maglnatlon active, Is just the kind of reading we I. entatlve in the Florida Legislaturefor I II

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The 'Chobee
An ordinance! him IHHMI. tiri'd-ntvil to .
the Cll.r runncll of the City ot Ukaaiholitw .
providing for thu i-oatrul end
locution uf ilKin hllllxisnU and other TODAY and SATURDAY
A GREATER' OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL forms of ailvertlHenipiili within the>
City of Okeechobee Klorldn and mid Double Feature
.. nrdlnniirf will |M. roiiMldcreil liv tb.I'ounrll .
e eMwww.wr .wnrrw ?n
nt It* next regular! meeting on
the and tiny of February 1U41I at 7SO DON AMECIIE
LIVE AN ABUNDANT LIFE are invited to attend thlitmt'tlliu
Last Friday the 9th Grade boys The class was called to order Jan. new hobby shop Is now being of the Council. -

had the chapel program, and Miss "What are you building that foun. uary 21, during ECA period. The started for the eighth grade boys ALMA H1IKUMAN. City Clerk "CONFIRM OR DENY"
McCarthy took the responsibility of datlon for?" the moron was asked. new and Important business of a only. The old one was not a sue. .Inn 0 M-23 31).
the and "For house. cess but we hope to make this onea
program gave us an Inter. a Feature No. 2
class Including
party success, under the management of
estlng mock court showing the "What kind of house?
right and wrong ettlquette courtes.les "I don't know," replied the moron. ,boys and sophomore girls. Coach McLaughlin.The OOQ0040P00'P4S 7..x.ooooo'"Ho WILLIAM BOYDIN

to be observed by high school "But haven't you any blueprint?" After much discussion pro and members are Walace Dazey -

students. Then the 9th grade girls "No, I was afraid the government con, a party was planned roughlyas I Donald Mack Haynes Williams, Gilbert Theatre
"Riders of Timber Line"SUNDAY
show The might want to build a highway by Jack Sellers Harold Smith Domer
gave us a style programwas follows: Time, 6:30: ;; Date, Jan.
enjoyed by aU, and showed a here. Then I would have to change Wilson, Horace Watford, Doyle OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM
24. Chaperones, Miss Patterson,
great deal of preparation. Our chap. the plans. But I can Just lay the Stewart. Robert Pierce, Dozier
el programs need more time given bricks well. Mr. Pippen, Miss Morton, Mrs Hunt Clemmonts Edward Alderman, Nell AND MONDAY-

to their preparation, and we did "What are you preparing for In Mr. and Mrs Ches McCain, Mr. Hough .and Lynn Wallker.FOOTBALL FOR WEEK ENDING WALTER PIDGEON

appreciate the 9th grade program high school?" the student was ask. Durrance and Mrs. Austin Pearce V JANUARY 29TII. MAURE'EN OIIARA

An Orchid to the 9th Grade. ed. Homeroom mother Place be de. LETTERSThe [
V'ANNUAL "For my future life" I tided later. Kind Rib roast. -IN-
"What sort of life." I I After the above decisions were following are the boys who FRIDAY and SATURDAY "How Green Was

"I don't know" the student re. made the meting was adjourned.Eva are to get football letters this year: Double Feature

Okeechobee High School Is going piled. Nelle Hall, Reporter I Gerald Leatherman, Gene Elledge My Valley"
to have an annual this year for the "But haven't you any phllosop/ V 'I Jack Eledge. Bobby Paige, Clifford Program

first time In the history of the i life?" SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS I II I Johnson, Oene Fulford, Frank "The People V s.I .
school. The seniors have voted "No, In these unsettled times I Reeves Weldon Draughon, Johnny TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY -
unamlously for this school project was afraid I would have to changemy The Seventh Grade Girls met in I II I Jenkins, Damon Walker, J. P. I Dr. Kildare" NELSON EDDY

and plan to devote all their time plans. But I am getting along I I their Home room durng ECA pre. Brooks, Tiny Watford and Connie 1 LEW AYRES AND RISE STEVENSIN

and energies to It. okay living each day for itself," I sided over by the president and I Raulerson. LORRAINE DAY -
We hope that not only the Sen. To many of us each day Is a unit Betty Jean Hansel read the script The boys hope to get their let.
lore, but every class In the school In our life sufficient in itself Mere i ure and Bertie Jones led In prayerlI ters this FrIday Feature No. 2 "The Chocolate Soldier"THURSDAY
will take an Intesest In It and make ly to live is enough. We haven't I I The Flag Salute was given and one VJUNIOR I
the annual a success and a glory to time to stop and gain a prosper : verse of the Star Spangled Bannerwas : CLASS "Cyclone On Horseback"
the school. five of our whole life. We forget : sung. Our class meeting was short and I TIM HOLT I -
V that today is a part of something I Program Chairman. Lucille Baker to the point but might be of Inter, BARGAIN DAY
GOSSIP COLUMN bigger something better which announced the presentation of a est to the Seniors We decided ADDED: CARTOON & STRANGER

will be like a house built by a moron play written by Betty Jean Hansel. that we'd do everything we possiblecan : I THAN FICTION NOVELTYSUNDAY 22c

Whom did Damon Walker see without plans if we aren't careful The Play was entitled "Fritzy Bit. to give the seniors a splendid:

Sylvia Snell with Sunday night at To construct; a building, blueprints sy" and the characters were as fol. and enjoyable banquet and MONDAY Double Feature
Page's Auto Camp What's the mat. are essential. To build a life a lows-: -Tiny Watford' Class ReporterV BOSITGRAS'ILLE
ter Damon, slipping? specific phllosopy Is necessary. Fritzy Mary Virginia Swain; WM "Here Comes Mr Jordan"
We wonder what a certain black I Many have learned the best phil Nancy Betty Joe Tucker; Sluggo THE OBSERVER WILL AGAIN ROBERT MONTGOMERY -IN-

V.8 Ford was doing at Durrancea osophy of life can be found In Mary Frances Thomas; Phil Mil. RUN IN THE NEWS EACH WEEKBeginning "Down In San Diego"

Cattle pens last Frday, January 16, Christianity not fanatical nar. dred Phelps; Bill Patricia Thomas; ADDED: INFORMATION PLEASE
at noon, (printed by special re. I row, duty.bound, Sunday Christian Phobe. Iris June Conrad the with this week's issue PATIIE NEWS Feature No. 2.
quest.) ity. but the kind open.minded, A short play written by Betty Jo I of Okeechobee News the col. TilE AWFUL GOOF
Nettle Pearl seems to be singing, friendly, everyday Christianity that Tucker lm>ersor>t t-pg Toots and I
appear In the columns of the Okee.
"An Old Flame Never Dies" could I Jesus lived by. Psychologists tell Casper was presented.The chobee News, ICOMING- -
she mean Teddy? us that the ,best rules of obtaining then adjourned.Iris I
meeting was
"Wings Of The Navy"COMING
has This column run in the News last I
I that mankind yet
Someone found a bunch of re. happiness Conrad, Class Reporterv
summer and was well taken the "She Knew All The
clpes in Alice Donaldson's notebook. I learned are In the Bible. The pay -..- I by :
readers of the pAper and we are
After having two years of home ec. | chologlcal principles found there FUTURE FARMERS PHILOSOPHY glad to be able to again give our Answers" -
lifted and in a
we thought knew how to cook, might -
you readers this column.E. GARY COOPERIN
volume entitled "How to Happy
Alice. (By Silvan Harden) -
What has Ernest Hudson got that and Live an Abundant Life." The local chapter held a meeting E. W. Smith, former local CRAZY"NEXT
Peggy Watford likes so much? In High School we are preparing Tuesday night with 25 members and ager for the Florida Power & Light "SERGEANT YORK"DO
realize that
What Is It Peggy? for life. We must 3 visitors present. It was stated
Company but who is now located at I
thing all of us are striving for YOUR DUTY
and Perilee do. start diamond ball prac.
What Albert that
was we
Ing down at Pages Auto Camp the happiness. We must learn the best tlce Wednesday afternoon. When Fort manager Myers, spent, where come he time Is in Division Okee. I...----.-.. ............................,_................... ..............M........... BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND

other night. Better luck next time principles by which to obtain that the team Is in good shape we expect chobee Wednesday afternoon and STAMPS
Weldon.( happiness and then to apply them to challenge the surrounding Fu. night BE WISE-ADVERTISE + ++++++ ++++++++++++++
Notice to the bojslll Have you Although the future looks dark to !I ture Farmer teams. m__
seen the new girl In the ninth most youth of our land, now is the Leslie Cheshire was elected manager .'I
grade? time to prepare for a future life as he will not be able to play] ,

-_, Lilian Walker seems to be falling and apply this philosophy of life due to the fact of a faulty leg. The I
for the fat boys of Okeechobee In order to be happy and live an members decided to have a part II I

School. (We hear Oene Fulford IS abundant life.FACtLTY. Friday night at C. Hammock.
trying to put on weight.) V After the busnes, we had as our I

Who was the handsome chap es.cortlng NOTES guest speaker, Mrs Fulton, the local .
( Hortense Goings to the show The High School faculty met demonstraton agent of the Fan
Wednesday night? Monday, December 20, In the Home Security, who spoke on "Food tor
Johnny Jenkins seems to noticea Economics room. This wise group Freedom". She stressed the fact jOylcE

few more girls recently such as of leaders spent more than an hour that every farmer should increas

Ester Hall, Orville Ann Llngenfel. of their precious time, planning a their acreage and supply the de.; !
ter and Iris Conrad. program of physical education that mand for Uncle Sam & Co. Sh(!
What happened to the Chesrlie. would reach'every high school stud, also told how the Future Farmer
Jenkins romance? ent The Committee on Defense could help In this program
Gerald Leatherman has decided Education from Tallahassee recom. This week I tell of Leslie Cheshire .

that he wants to change his name mends a highly concencrated pro. who Is Vice President. His
from "God's gift to the Women" to gram of Phjsocal Education In or. raising 300 fryers ard also ha I
'The Answer to a Fair Maidens der that the child become a strong some cattle He is a very Impor I
Prayer,. individual so in case of an emergency tant member of the chapter. We .

E.lly Goodw.n; ran Into the door the child will be better pre. also exepct Leslie to become a stab I ."
to endure physical danger. He has proved very valuable ,. --
of the study hall the other day, pared planter I
could: it be because of Pert oh It was decided that the girls wouldbe to the chapter by helping ou Ii i
directions of Mrs. Dix. he could.
well, never mind. under the In any manner ,.
Bobby Paige seems to go in fore on and Miss McCarthy, and would Well folks when we start those< TO PROPERTY OWNERS OF
these brown eyes First it was Betty be Instructed In callisthenics The rip roaring ball games we want you
Sue, then Mildred Morgan. boys are under the directions( of to come out and watch your chap OKEECHOBEE COUNTY : "
See ya next week. Coach McLaughlin Mr. Durrance, ter of Future Farmers do some rea
I -I C All Mr. Peppin and Mrs. Hunt, and placing But most of all don't for.
I will be at the following places for the of
-V- would engage In contest In various get the Red Cross( and the "V" fo I purpose ,

\\iio is SHE sports. Victory 1 assessing taxes, both real and personal, and would appreciate
The result of this faculty meeting V

SHE'S' : was quite successful Tuesday after ORCHIDS AND ONIONS it if all property owners will make a special effort
Tall and pretty, noon during activity period when .
the glrlf under the strong leader An orchid to Mrs. Dixon for:
blue eyes, to meet
A dark bondo, me.
Loudmouthed, ship of Mrs. Dixon and Miss Me. keeping our girl's figures neat and ;I J
Carthy displayed their interest ir trim

.,;.: Mr A Junior Durrance't, pet Callisthenics, not only for an om. An onion to Carl.Durrante for ar. FT. DRUM, Precinct No. 1, Monday, Feb. 2 at Postoffice.

erency preparation, but as a beaJtj :;'Jn' <; so much with our intelligent
A very likeable gal, aid for all high school girls. Th teacners In the cafeteria. BASSENGER, Precinct No. 2, Tues. Feb. 3 at Bass Store.
;. Just plain crazy,
boys cooperated one hundred per An orchid to the new girl. Miss
Bobby Page's fun.girl friend, nt In five vo'.ley:! ball contests, one Cecelia elements She'll need It.) POTTERS, Precinct No. 3, Wed. Feb 4, at School House.
A barrel of
isketball game and one gar ol An orchid to Alice Donaldson foi"dettin'
j' : Now from these clues you should UTOPIA Precinct No. 5 Tnurs. Feb. 5
at Upthegrove
dol, tag football. 'er Man". How about a .
bt abe to name the gin
V few'tips Alice?
1 the Is known tuiu uiweu uy ui.l'lbed'l
week FRESHMAN CLASS GIRLS An cnlon to Martha Walker for

.et give you you puzzle the uiuwtr over u *m Uie nex The meeting was called to order staying so true to Russell Domer. I EAGLE BAY, Precinct No. 6, Friday, Feb. 6.
Mildred Morgan, An orchid to Nettle Pearl for ,
edition! of The 'Chc .i. Bugler. bv the president
Now for the answer to last week's Minutes of the last meeting were switching from Johnnie to Teddy OKEECHOBEE, Precinct No. 7, Sat. Feb. 7, at City Hall.
Woodham and the i What Is poor L. M, going to do.)
I'mIIU Kathryn
fellow read by
"Who 13 Hc? Has a- Mr. Jessie treasurer made her report Sugges. An onion to Joe Wolff for beings I OKEECHOBEE, Precinct No. 4, From Jan. 1 to April 1,
:" you'd never guess
Guts: Wolfi Jr. dons were brought up rn how tc unconcerned about the girls. : at my office in the County Court House
''lii.t wasn't so hard was U? So -jeautify the home room We decld. An orchid N> Oerald Leatherman
let's tee what you can do with "Who ed that everyone who could bringp for breaking up with Betty Mae
ants and y.'s for flowers. We are Thomas i
U She? I .. _
feicienccj ALo' ;: our used apologies last to week J.,O.which for any he and going keep to have the bulletin a book board shelf made fixed :.oslng An onion all interest to H Knight- Science for : d. == -= -= = .-= =- ___. -=.-:-=::

r have considered in any way, 'up. Next, we planned a party lessons Could It be. use Ken.
may which we hope will be a success. :.ieth Fcrd sits in back 01 her?
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Robert Assessor
The Y. W. A. Girls 1)1 the First Do you know your authors? K. E. STELLO : ,
Lap ilst Church met Tuesday night See how many of the following !

canary 20, at the home of Alice books you know the authors of: t Registered Real Estate Broker j: ,
Donaldson for a program and *oc.ul Ramona, The Jungle Book On To
meeting. After the business: Suez My Antonia, Sketch Book. f ,MM.REAL ff Okeechobee County Florida

niwtng, reireshments .were served The Light That Failed, We are not f ESTATE AND i ii ,
.; tile following: Alone The Yearling! Ben fur, So
Mrs T. W. Conely Jr., Counselor, Red The Rose.Representative. INSURANCEOkeechobee I
Winifred Crouch, Idell Tomlinson, V
Molly- Bowden, Martha Walker W. J. Hendry arid }:s"++ I

Martha. Sellers, Molly BoettgerltletIe W. R, Fags President of the City ; Fla.
Donald'' Council visitors spending yes j .
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