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: March 20, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 27-Number 39 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1942 Price 5 Cents




Last Friday J. M. Roe receivedthe
I The association of Baptist Train- I
YesterdayThe ing Union conference will be held message that his father, F. C. PRIMARY
Examination SoonE VERY
this afternoon and tonight beginI Roe, died at his home in Arlington, ; INTEREST
Va., and he left that day for the
I fling at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist I ______
old home.
Funeral services were I -
Parent Teacher association church at Vero Beach. Many noted H. Hunt member of the Dis-
speakers will be on the programfor |i held Sunday and burial was that | CARD OF THANKS l With 12 o'clock midnight as the
cf Okeechobee schools met
public trict 10 Welfare board, today day. I
the occasion and all local people i ,| deadline for candidates. who expect -
Thursday afternoon March 19 at J Mr. Roe returned to his home
: who can are urged to attend. warned Okeechobee county residents ,\I We wish to thank the people of to run for office In the coming -

the high school auditorium. v- who desire to take the merit here Wednesday morning, I| Okechobee for their kindness to us primary election In May of this

The Okeechobee chapter of the system examinations to be held I V since our home In East Okeechobeewas I I I' year, only a very few have quail-

Future Farmers of America had Shower At Club I Jointly by the State Welfare board : Physical StandardFor destroyed by fire two weeks I j I'I fled up to the present time.
| and the Florida Industrial commission In the state-wide races H. A.
charge of the and the
program that applications must be filed ago.Words !i: (Lex) Green and H Ernest Over-
Brought ManyMuchNeeded I cannot express our appreciation :
meeting was opened them.
by Has Been 1 street have
by midnight April 8, 1942. Army for the many gifts that we qualified as the only
When the curtain was pulleda | "The Intervening period! is so have received, both singly and at candidates for CongressmanatLarge. -

model meeting of the chapter wan GiftsThe short," he said "that I advise those Lowered For Men the shower that was given for us Congressman Pat Cannon
who are Interested to obtain appll- B. F. Paty and Mr. Hamilton of
Tuesday night.
; session David Hamrlck. president Through these giftswe
cation blanks at once from the West Palm Beach have qualified for
| enabled
are to begin
housekeeping -
presided. The Future Farmers benevolent I iplrit of the cltl- I Merit System office Room 203, 300I again. the post as Congressmen from this
sang "Hall !FFA. A roll call /i'ii of Okeechi>bee was demon- W. University avenue. Gainesville. Recent changes in the teeth and ( Mr. and the Fourth Congressional district,
W. C
of officers was made In the formal rated: at a parr held at the clubhouse I:i All applications must be filed on eye requirements for Induction into V--Rutledge. and It Is expected that another

Future Farmer opening ceremony. last Twdn.v evening, the occasion these blanks and must reach the the army will substantially increase candidate will enter the race at the

Each officer was In his place: David belnu\; a miscellaneous" shower Merit System cjlce! by deadline the manpower contributionof Seniors Of Local last minute.

president; Leslie: vice-president: given for Mr and Mrs. W. C. '('date.' While an individual may the state of Florida to the na- Several candidates have qualified

_ Weldon secretary: Clyde treasurer Rutledge.I 1 I take more than one examination tion's fighting forces, it was announced In the two races for Railroad Com-

: Jack reporter; Bobby watchdog I and Mrs. Rutledge lost their I i 1 and is encouraged to do so merit today by Brig. Gen. Viv- High School AreEligible missioner, but we are unable to

; and Mr. Pippen, adviser.A home and all of their effects in afire I I I system rules require that a separate ian Collins, state director of Selec- give them definitely but will give

skit using parliamentary procedure two weeks ago. Employes or''| application must be filed for tive Service. cur readers that Information next
resulted In Bobby escorting the City Ice and Fuel company. I I I each examination" 'Many Selective Service regis- At MiamiCORAL week.

the unlikable Miss Brown to a Fu- where Mr. Rutledge is employed. I I Those who pass the tests will trants who were deferred under the In the county races several! candidates

ture Farmer party and that the and of the Florida Power and Light have their names placed on registers old army standards will be able to for re-election are unop-

Future Farmers resolved that after company planned the shower to from which vacancies In 27 qualify for full or limited military\ GABLES. March 18- posed, and very likely will have no

this all dates would be on the 50- help them get a new start. :[' classes of positions within the two service under the new ones" the Seniors of Okeechobee high schoolare opposition.
&0 proposition. The dlscusSlons were General declared. "Of registrants eligible to compete for the sec- From this and
\Mrs E. H. Hunt and Mrs. M. E. agencies will be filled. Mr. Hunt other sections of
clever and lull of humor. The :Myer led the group in singing anda pointed out. Social work as well rejected because of physical conditions ond annual University of Miami me state we I learn, that there is

chapter meeting was adjournedwith couple of games were played after 'I as clerical and technical positions approximately 20 per cent $100 Journalism Scholarship award less Interest in the election this

the Pledge of Allegance to which refreshments of homemade will be Included in the long list.:'were disqualified by former physi- it was announced here today. The year than ever before, which is due

the Flag arjd the singing of "We're cake and punch were served to The two agencies have a total of cal tests because of the then stip- contest is state-wide and closes on largely to the war. and a very small

All Americans." We're sure every- about 65 people" l approximately 1.000 employees ulated dental requirements and May 20.Each vote is expected to be cast.

body who saw this program agrees Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge received I i As the State Welfare board about 14 per cent were unable to competing student must receive V
'hat is was one of the best of the which has in qualify because of eye defects. his diploma from a Florida
many gifts among were an office every county, and
year.A three handmade quilts a pair of I the Florida Industrial commissionhas Many of these men now can be Inducted high school at mid-year or In June, Godwin AnnouncesFor

short business meeting of the pillows a solid oak dresser, a set'' offices all over the state, those for full or limited military 1942 and should plan to study
moclatlon! was held. First. attendance service. Journalism at the University of
of silverware a set of dishes, and who pass the examinations may be Commissioner
prize was awarded to the many odd dishes pots and pans. able to obtain employment at homeor Formerly the director pointed Miami. Both'boys and girls are
twelfth grade and second was out. the army required that an inductee eligible.
linens and even a broom and a near home. Mr. Hunt said.
awarded to the eieveuun grace .1 mop. Cash gifts In the total I The date of the examinations will have a minimum of six masticating The 1942 award will be given for From District 5

motion was made and carried that amount of $93.90 were received and be announced as applicants are and 8 incisor teeth-3 mas- the best original essay or article of

:two separate prizes for the elementary turned over to them. These had notified of their eligibility to take :rating opposing :3 'masticating from 1,500 to 5,000 words on the

and high school beginning. been received from employes of the the tests. Places at which examInations and three incisors opposing three subject "What Newspapers Can Do On another -page of The Okee-
with the next meeting, be awarded. Incisors. The dental To Aid Our War Effort" Prominent -
City Ice and Fuel company at PaI| will be held are as fol- new requirement chobee News will be found the an-
The P.T.A. will buy music for the hokee. Belle Glade. Fort Myers and I I lows: Daytona Beach, DeFuniak is merely ability to eat and Florida newspapermen will act nouncement of W. E. Godwin, who

orchestra and will! serve the Jun- :Miami as well as from local people Springs.; Gainesville, Jacksonville, cUtest Army "chow. It states: as Judges.In announces that he Is a candidatefor

,icr-Senlor banquet on the 17th of and will be used for the purchase Lakeland Live Oak. Miami. Orlando. "For General Military Service in announcing the contest Simon the office of County CommIs-

April. ,c of furniture. .I Pensacola Sarasota. Tallahassee All Branches: Registrants who haveno Hochberger. assistant professor of sioner from District No. 5. subject
The next meeting will be heldon .. disqualifying physical defects journalism emphasized that entrants I
v Tampa and West Palm Beach. to the will of the voters of thatdlstl'lct.
the second Thursday afternoon.n except a lack of the required in the competition are not
ILORim TOWER 4 LIGHT I V : in the Primary election to
April and the A O. (Home Eco EMPLOYES; SIGN FOR IJOND4 I I RETAILING HAS EARNED: j I of teeth as set forth in paragraph required to have had journalism be held May 5. .

+ airtlgisl> .ifll JI"a..e.+ .5 ""ii"> OOhe1'' .. .-..-...... |I i vorp: rnFinENrEI : 31a. Mobilization Regulations' courses in. high school, nor must ,I MTy. Godwin was born In PolkcoIntp
program Less than 48 hours aftej: the', ---- I i-tf. August 31, '1940( when In the they-be-mcmbers' of *school 'publication 'I but 'moved Co OKeechobee

V \ opening Monday of the company- I I There has been one very important opinion of the examining physician < statf. 26 years ago and has been engagedIn
YOUNG MEN'S BIBLE CLASS [, wide campaign for defense bond difference between price trends'' they are well nourished. of good | Full information may be obtained fishing and farming here since

ORGANIZED BY BAPTISTS 1 purchases through salary allotments I in this war as compared with the musculature, are free of gross den- from the Journalism Dept., Uni- that time.
versity of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla.
ON FRIDAY EVENING all of Florida Power & Light first world wan j ji l tal Infections. and have sufficient Mr. Godwin served as County
company's permanent employes, I i In that war retail prices increased i I teeth natural or artificial) to sub- The winner last year was Rita Commissioner for that district for

l numbering approximately 1,800, had faster than wholesale prices. In sist on the army ration. Grossman. Miami." two terms of 2 yeors each. In dis-
A young men's Bible class was Eye requirements now read: "Lead and Ink, honorary Journalism
this cussing his
signed. Complete reports receivedlate j war retail prices have increased candidacy, Mr. Godwin
organized at a supper held at the Tuesday revealed that the sub antlally less than "For general military service in fraternity at the University stated that the peoeple of his district

Baptist church here Friday night. i company had chalked up 100 per I wholesale prices. For Instance all non-combatant branches: RegIstrants I of Miami is sponsoring V the contest. had been good' to him, he havIng -

The class by theyounrtnatrons cent participation. The campaignhad from June 1939 to February 1942 whose visual acuity Is be- carried it by a good majority
was sponsored
been planned to run 10 weeks, all wholesale prices increased 23.8 low 20-100( but not below ,20-200 In'j each, time he had run for office,
: of the church. The until May 30.( I pr cent while all retail prices each eye without glasses If correcI I' GUILTY TO MURDER. end that In turn he had given the-

flowing officers were elected. I Under the campaign rules mini- I showed average increases of only i tible to 20-40 In each eye. (The' people of his district and the coun-

Allen Markham, president; Leslie mum allotment was placed at 50I per cent. actual possession of suitable glasses Ernest McNelll, (colored) charged ty his very best efforts while a
month. 112.1 the words of the Retailers'Advlsol'Y by an Individual is not with murder in the first degree member of the board and stated
Rauerson, first vice president; cents a pay-day or $1 a
I committee, this has for his acceptance under these committed here in 1922 entered a that if he was elected to them
j While the monthly amount of allotments re- serve
Franklin: Walker second vicepresident -
standards.)" !plea of guilty in the second degree
'I for bonds cannot be determined i suited "almost entirely from the again he would serve them with
Lee Rigaby.! and here last week and was sentencedto
secretary In
; a memorandum announcingthese the
yet conservative estimates i price policies followed by mer- same careful consideration In
treasurer; Rev. D. O. Alderman, I by company executives preJdict charts in the present emergency new army standards, National 23 years In the penitentiary by the future that he had in the past
Circuit Judge A. O. Kanner.
teacher. monthly pledges ranging from period." A similar view was ex- headquarters Selective Service V
I' system, stated I McNeill killed his wife here In
All men in the town who $3.000 to 55 000.r pressed sometime ago by Price Administrator : SPECIAL SERVICES AT
young 1932 and left that and the
"It is, therefore directed that all
The a Henderson who praisedthe BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY
campaign was planned as ,
are not affiliated with any other ( local boards re-open and consider I officers of the town and county
i company-wide competition betweengroups retail Industry In the highest FOR AMERICAN LEGION
Sunday school class are Invited to i anew the classification of all carried on a manhunt for him that i
for its
of employes, and awards terms successful efforts In ,
attend each Sunday morning at I| amounting to $800 in defense bonds I combatting price Inflation. trants heretofore classified! in regis-I was unceasing until he was finally Last Sunday morning at the
I 1-B Class apprehended in New Jersey about '
had been for How has or by reason Baptist church services I
10:30 o'clock at the Baptist church. offered winning members. retailing accomplished special were
I this? It has flclencies in teeth or eyesight. two months ago. i' held the
V I In appreciation of the prompt. I priced goods on the commemorating twenty-
BAPTIST W.M.S. MEETS universal response to the appeal I basis of original cost rather thaa I II I V The state truck from Ralford was third anniversary of the founding

W.M.S. Circle No. 1 of the First I amount of defense bond awards to i replacement cost. It has averaged'' FUTURE FARMER PHILOSOPHY here Monday and took McNeill to ( of the American Legion In this
1 that place, where he has already
Baptist church met at the home ofMM. company offlcals have doubled the the price of new goods bought at I' (Silvanus-Harden) started serving his sentence. country, and the pastor. Rev. D. O.I .

B. E. Alsobrook Tuesday afternoon $1.600 worth.-Miami News, 1 higher prices with the price of old The Future Farmers held anotherone V I Alderman preached a special sermon -

at 3:30.: The rooms were I V 1 goods bought at lower prices. It '[ of these rip-roaring parties FROM FRIEND to the members of the Legion j
decorated in St. Patrick'smotif. i has rigorously refrained from I 'and Auxiliary who attended In a
tastefully Tuesday night at the athletic field.
i "scare" advertising and has given After several Sanger, CaUl. body. I
games were played,
Circle Chairman Mrs. B. E. Al- Mrs Eugenia Simmons and consumers excellent practical buyIng refreshments were served. March 6, 1942 i, The church was decorated with

sobrook opened the meeting and a daughter Miss Alta Lee, were visit advice. It has Increased Its Those present were as follows: The Okeechobee News flowers for the occasion and patri-

\ery interesting devotional followed .ors who spent last Friday In Stu standards of operating economyI Miss Finger, Jean Lee Raulerson Okeechobee, Florida > otic music was play
after a short business meeting. The art. I whenever possible. In many Instances Fertile Hunt Betty Mae Thomas, Dear Friends: [: Rev Alderman used as his sub-.

meeting closed with,' prayer by Mrs.J. -0I it has voluntarily reduced Nettle Pearl Figsby Betty Barber Today I noticed on the wrapper ject: "Less Than A Quarter of a
F. Bond. Malcolm Simmons, who is employed Its own profits, and so absorbed I Clyde Durrance David Hamrick of your valued paper that Century Ago," In which he reviewed

The hostess served delicious re- at Fort Lauderdale, spent price Increases which otherwise! I Leslie Cheshire Silvanus Harden, our subscription Is expiring so the work of the Legion and spoke

freshments carrying out the St.Patrick' the week end In Okeechobee with would have been passed on to the Bobby Paige Gene Fulford, Tommy herewith I enclose money order of the wonderful heritage our fore-

day theme to the follow- his mother, Mrs Eugenia Simmons, [I consumer. I Evans Eugene Wright, Bill Chandler for $2.00 to pay for the paper fathers brought us In this country,
and family of all kinds in all for another year. I and said that "now all
mg. Mrs. W. D. Coker, Mrs. J. F. I Retailing Howard Llghteey. Elphla Har- of times we
-0- | fields-has amply proved that it We surely do appreciateyour i i must fight to protect that heritage
Bond, Mrs. Ossle Raulerson, Mrs. I den, Haines Williams, Hudson I
1 Joe Osborn left this week for and read It through and freedom."
I serves and has earned the lull paper keep our
Charles Burr,
D O. Alderman. Mrs. Harden de-I Damon Walker, Dozier Cle- i
Mrs. Ben Walker Mrs. Lee Columbus.: 0.. where he has accepted i fidence of the consuming ments and Mr. Plppen. "from rover to cover." Please The members of the Legion and
a position. Whether you patronize a rive our best wishes to the Auxiliary attended In a body.NEEDLECRAFT .
Rlgsbee. Mrs. Robert Padget, Mrs. I We received word from part of .
I -0I -- store or an Independent store. a Okeechobee folks for us. Both t
Chandler and the
Bob Hall Mrs. Hugh State Fair Judging finally.
I I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Raulerson -, big store or a little store you can I $3.50 are well here and still farming CLUB MEETS
Mrs. B. E. Alsotrook. was received from beef cattle
V and little daughter. Lyn left be sure that it Is doing all It cant and $3 was received from the as usual although out here In i
Wednesday night for Sanford. to protect your pocketbook and eggs. California we may have some The Needlecraft 'club was veryI
During 1942
PersonalMrs. !I I where Mrs. Raulerson and daughter I your standard of living patriotic and no a farmer loyal can American be a exciting; war experiences In the I pleasantly entertained on Wednes-

will remain while Mr. Rauler- V. without near future. I day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
going to the limit''' I
i'son will continue on to Camp Lee, of his With best wishes for your IZ. K. Williams They busied themselves -
produce these
W. H. Rusell returned yesterday ,I i. Va., where he is stationed tempor- livestock products crops and continued success we are cor- | with sewing buttons; on gar-

from SebrIng where she un- ;, arily In the .United States army. County Judge T. W. Conely. Jr ernment has designated which the gov dially your old-time friends ments for the Red Cross and alsoa

'e rwent an operation at the Martin -0- and C. F. Walker, chairman of the sary to the as neces- Mr, and Mrs. social hour'was enjoyed.

hospital! two weeks ago. I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Freeman Board of County Commissioners the war. successful conduct of A E. Armstrong Those present 'were MesdamesW.

-0- and Harry Burch of Tallahasseewere returned last Friday from Washington It is a gigantic V B. Jennings. F. W Zander, W,

Mrs. E. M. Itfeserve. Mrs. M. C.l l lPitta l visitors spending some time D.C., where they spent several is called on to do, but Job the farmer -0- I A. Lawson, K. E. Stello David Cas-

Mrs. Roy RaUlerson and Mrs | in Okeechobee Wednesday afternoon days of last week attending it will mean a first the doing of ', Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Daisy and sell, William Moore, A. Arrhelus.i .

Merit Lowe sere visitors In West en route to the east coast. | to business for the county. story in the end. and glorious son, Wallace of Jacksonville, were I|i The hostess Mrs. Williams serveda

Palm, Beach : -0- visitors In Okeechobee over theweek very delicious salad course
Monday. j "If you are too thin
-0- j County Commissioners J. T. Miss Ruth Drawdy returned to tco fat to run-then to fight and ; end. The next meeting will beheld

R. E. Hamrick was a business visitor Phelps, Ernest Hllllard and E J. her home in Fort pierce Saturday, bond, you son-of-a-gun.buy"a Defense with Mrs. Zander April 1.
InVest Palm Beach Monday0 Wilson returned Sunday from Pen- after spending two weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Connerly V -

-- sacola, where they spent last week friends and relatives.. W.. --V- and daughter, Patricia, were visit- J A. Abney left Tuesday night
Kiss Constance Finger spent the attending the meeting of the State I B. Hargraves was carried to ors who spent the week end In for Jacksonville, where he spent

week end In Fort Myers with her j Association of County Commissioners Clarence Lightsey Is recovering Orlando In'the Tuesday where he is a patient Okeechobee as guests of Mr. and I several days of this week on bust

parents. from a severe .case of pneumonia hospital there. Mrs. W. R. Tomlinson and family. neil

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i t i
"Peacetime thinking takes most land. Most Important of all the I I nounce that I am a candidate for IN TilE CIUCriT COURT OF THE

herd jo bee 'u' things for granted including the defenders received only a tithe of I I Political 1 1I re-election aa a member of the NINTH jvniciAi ciucuir OF'
high state of development of na the aid they expected from the Board of Public Instructions from
tural resources. Under the stressof United States District No 1 for Okeechobee County
AnnouncementsFOR Case N o. 823
Published every Friday by the war. we begin to think becausewe I Where will\ Japan strike next? I in the May Primary I have Rt'TH nEOAL ComplHlnantH.UIOI.n

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecko. must. Then, only do we realize The Australians expect they will be served M a member of this board \"to I

bee Okeechobee County Florida- that such development as ours did invaded, as well as subjected to air t I for the nearly four years and If re. ( Ino.Opfrnllnnt:

not happen by accident."It I attack, and are preparing for a. elected to this office I will continue NOTICK TO AITKARTO .
is the immediate and tangible last-ditch stand. There are rumors IN THE LEGISLATURE tp give the people of the county the Ivpry, Burhnnk, California : .t I

BRYANT BOWDEN. Editor result of the Initiative of free men that Hitler is working to persuade'the same fair and impartial consideration You are hereby ordered to appearto
the Bill of Complaint for fllrorcn
-of labor and capital operating onI Japanese to aid him by attack- { I in the future that I have in Died ntmlint. you by Ruth Renal In the

Entered as second class matter the basis of free competition-operating I Ing Russia through Manchuria! I I take this opportunity to an_ I the past nhove styled cnutu on or before the
ford 23rd day of March A P., 1043, other
July 1, 1915, at the Post Office in under a free economic sys Many an authority Is convinced ; nounce that I am a candidate W. H. HARDEN. wi.| e the nllegntloni of the Bill of Com j

Okeechobee Florida under tile tem.' that an attack on the west coast re.electlon to the office of Repres. (Paid Political Adv.) I plaint will he taken ai confessed,. .

Act of March 8, 1879. A few figures show what that of the United states is well up on entatlve In the Florida Legislaturefor V I I airnlnit Title order you. "Mnll he published according

free system has done for us. Last the Jap military calendar-an attack Okeechobee County In the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER to Inw In the Okeechohe4I j

produced 80.000,000 tons of that might even assume the Democratic Primaries In May 1943. DISTRICT NO. 5: I I News, a newnpnper,' of general clrciiln. t
year we
I (inn. having |Its prlnclpnl place of bunt-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE steel-half the total production of scope of an attempted invasion i W. J. (BILL) HENDRY i lie.. In the County of Okeechobee,

One year in advance ...... $2.00 the world. We produced 340,000,000tons Whatever happens, it Is clear that I (Paid Political Adv.) 1 I wish to announce that I am a f Sidle Doted of at Flurlilii.nkeccaohep, Florida, thlj I

Six months in advance .. 1.00 of soft coal. which furnished the United Nations will suffer more V candidate for the office) of County llith day of February 1S1I2.tiOY .

Three months In advance ....__ 75 two-thirds of the heat light power hard blows unless and until it is i i l I Commissioner from District No. 5 ', Clerk It.Circuit ItArLEItSON Court: I

and energy used by the nation. We posible to send gigantic quantities FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI : for Okeechobee county In the Pri- fikcochnhee Ciiiliily, Florid '

produced 1,250000,000 barrels of of planes weapons, supplies and j I II i mary election to be held May 5. (Circuit Court Seal) 33 3) I IV

Advertising! bill are payable on I I petroleum, which drove our 28,000- I men to the key points in the Pa- wish to announce that I am a I will appreciate your vote and

the fir.t of each month. Parties 000 automobiles, fueled the navy, cific. The last few months have candidate for the office of County I support NOTICE OK T.I'EEO APi'r ICtT10N FOR

unknown\ to publishers required to I lubricated our machinery heated provided a terrible example of the Commissioner from District No. 4, W. E. GODWIN Laws of IOU i

In advance. homes. etc. And we produced futility and waste of fighting battles Okeechobee District, in the Demo. (Paid Political Adv.) :Notice la hereby given that Ada
pay Tax
\Vynn. holder of Certificate No.
280,000,000000 kilowatt hours of with only "token" forces. cratlc Primaries In May. I will ap. ri. 3Vi: 3M.; Silt 3(12( ::11'03 issued the 6thdny !

I I electric power for the Industries Here in America, production Is preclate your vote and support. so rl( E Ai-i'i.ir.\TioN TIC I)hKI> ton of September A.D. 11)27. lei filed
Reading notices In local columns homes and farms of America.No getting Into high gear. But all the ALBERT BARKA l.tttv of 19115: nine for In u my Tax office Peed: hiia to be made Uaued application there

lOc a line. Rates for dis- nation on earth can point toa planes and tanks and guns in the (Paid Political Adv.) Klnll.Notice holder ll hereby of Tax given Certificate that Elena No. "0. Sold Certificate embraces the fol

play ndvertMne furnished on ap record even remotely comparableto world are useless unless they can V 11111,1: the nth da) of August A. Cnlinly Inwlilid'.rlhr'l nf Okeeehnhee' property, State of In Flot-the

plication. 'la..ifed! advertising 2c this. The free enterprise systema be sent to the battlefronts. Thus, I' lii''ll. ), him filed I snore In my office ; hulI1al. Ida to-wlt :

Insertion. All which assures all Individuals Is ShIP- application for a Tax Deed to be : Loll 1 to S Inc.. Blk. 1 ; Loll 1 to !
each word each system our war problem largely a FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : killed thereon. Said Certificate embraces I
1 :24 Inc.,
I 24 Inc. )Blk :2 I ; lots to
!items retarding enterprises con the greatest possible degreeof ping problem. It is clear that ship NO. 1 the following described propertyIn Blk. 7 ; Loll 1 to 17 Inc., Blk. 8.

ducted 't>r profit are rVareeable economic and social freedom- output must be speeded up" fast. flnrlilR.the County to wit :of Okeechobee, State of I Klnir'i Subdivision of Ely! of NEV
I .
See 343
lea A acres 1'p. Rge.
at advertising! rates. I ha given us a productive plant of It must do more than offset the I take this opportunity to an. 1 okpeihohee.The I.nu s nod. 0. Block 177 City of I KE.;

size and efficiency submarines The aiicisment of laid property under
., .------ I unprecedented toll taken by enemy nounce that I am a candidate foriCounty nxetament of mid property under inld Certificate issued was In the
even as It has given the people un- and enemy surface raiders-it must I Commissioner from DistrictNo. I. mid of Lentcr Certificate, IF. Pann.I'nlpii Ixiied. wm In the name name of Preston (.'. King

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG paralleled luxuries and earning far exceed it. Estimates say that I 1'nlcna sold Certificates aball be redeemed
1, (Fort Drum) in the Demo. laid Certificate shall be reo law deicrlhed
according to property -
"I pledge allfRianre! : to the Flag; power. That Is the s'stem1' are ten tons of material of various cratlc Primary May 8. I leempd, according to law property deH'HIipil therein shell be mid to the hlgli-
therein iihnll he sold to the
of the United !States of Amer fighting to defend with all our kinds must be shipped for every I CHI bidder at the Courthouse door 01
I If elected I will serve the people hlirhoiit bidder" At the t'onrthnnae door
ica and tn the Republic for wealth all our energies, all our soldier in an expeditionary fOl'C8- of my district and the entire countyto I on the first Monday In the month of I. the April.first 10 Z'hletl Monday I In) the the litb month day of of

: The winning of this and 40 must be shipped for April 1042, which Ii the nth day of April.
which It stands: One nation Indivisible manpower tons the very best of my ability. I April. 1(142.Pitted I 1942. 1

with liberty and Justice war will depend on how well that every soldier In a completely mech- will appreciate your vote and sup. Dili 27th tiny of February, 11)12.Paled, this 23th tiny of February,

for all." system Is used. anized unit. That indicates the port. 1912. liY I! It. HAU.KK;
non ItAt'I.EUSO.N: ,
Too much politics-too much reform colossal ship-building Job we have -B. C. SWAIN Clerk Clrnilt Court Clerk Okeechobee Circuit 1 County Court Florida of

too much tearing down of ahead. (Paid Political Adv.) IC'Irpult Court ikeocliohce"oll) County Florida :m-40 (Clrenit Court Seal)

FIVE DECADES AND THEN the system which made us great In this connection it is significant V -311-40 MVM V< l> MV H

with these have hampered the Americanwar that the enemy Is concentrating I V IN TUB ClltCI'IT COI'IIT OF THE
Politics finally caught
up effort. They have produced his naval attacks on tank- TO TilE CITIZENS OF I NOTK K OF APPLICATION FOR :MXTII .11 IIIt'I \\. cimrir OF
FI.rilimA IX .AM: roll! OKKECIIOIIKK .
Harry M. Burch. even if It did take TAX DEED
I waste, discord red tape malingering. ers. It Is said that troop ships OKEECHOBEE COUNTY: I I.""". ot 19t,1: Ciir.NTY.: IX fHAXCEIlY

55 years for the "bug" to swing him : We have the resources. We have been deliberately passed by Notice In hereby driven that Bethel I I Cani No. R2tV.
I (; \ R. II.XP'ICumploillant(
Sloan holder of Tax Certificate No.
into the ring. Georgia-born a son have the industries and the men submarines on the search for vessels I .
I hereby annouce my candidacy ,"l ti, Imiiied 1 lie ,1rd day of September VI.TKXNESSKF.
of Dublin's Francis Harlow I who know how to use them to max- which carry that basic sinew A.D. 1K.N, hue filed same In my office I : IIAXCOCK. Pefendant
for reelection to the office of him mnde' application\ for a Tax ,liT 1( .: TO .\1'1'\11:
imum effect. They must be encouraged of \\'ar-oll. That is certainly log-
Burch back in '86. Florida's go- County Commissioner from Dis. Heed to he Issued thereon. Said Certificate TO TKN.NKSSI-T.: : : HANCOCK. CPU-
. to do a job which will ical. Exported air and naval embrace the following de oral! Delivery. J.ee.hllrll."Irllinla.,
getting candidate for the State i have two endings-victory In foreign strength must be accompanied by trlct No. 3 and will! appreciate your I' xerlhpd property I In the County of \ 011 are hereby ordered to appear tD
vote and support. If I am reelect. OliPPchohee. state oj Florida to-wIt:: the Bill nf Cnmpliilnt fur divorce filed
Railroad Commission has sidestepped : war and the preservation of limitless quantltes of fuel. if it Is Lot 2, Illoek V, of South Okce- airnliiit you by \V. S. Hancock In the
ed I shall continue in
serve a
the hustings for more than' liberty at home. to be effective. Tanker losses so chohee. .,iiinve Rt) h>d eau., on or before ta*
I faithful and capable manner and The tnneminenl of mild property Under 23rd day of Mnrl' 'h. .A.D. 1942, other.
five decades. V far have been dangerously high and mild Certlllente Imncd was In the \\1.! the llllnnillliillH of the Dill Of
at times the best
working all for
While as a mere lad he was a I BLOOD MONEY new production is not adequate.The nnme of T. A. Slzcmore.I'nlexs Complaint will he taken at confenetmriilimt
Interest of the County. sold Certificate shall he redeemed ) Hn.
union steel construotton worker Despite all the talk to the effect lesson Is clear. We must EARNEST HILLIARDPaid according to law property de- This order shall he piibllibcd according
helping build! Atlanta's early sky have more efficiency and less poll- crlhed therein shall he old to the to Ian In the Okecchubee! ,
that the labor problem has been ( Political Adv.) hlghent bidder at the Courthouse door News, a newiipaper' of iteiieril clrcul.i-
and later business be harder more
scrapers selling generally settled for the duration, tics. There must V on the Hmt Monday III the month of lion, having UK principal place of hu.t.n. .
machines and building and operat- productive work. No one wed April. 11)42 which IB the lit h day of .... In the County of Okeechobee
the fact remains that no man can .4 1'11.I 1D42.I Suite of Florida.Piiteil .
the In United Na- "
ing Nu-Orape bottling plant of
doubt the
get a job in most industries unless quality FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I lilted thin :27th;: day of .February I nl okcpi-hohcv .Florida thliinih
Tampa with branches in Lakeland union 'tions' troops. They have demonstrated lf 42. ,dii.i of .',.hrllor) 1942.
he belongs to a union pays DISTRICT NO. 2
Ocala and Brooksvllle. back in the their valor time and again.
dues, and accepts dictation from a I Clerk Circuit Court of Clerk Circuit Court,
"boom" days. They simply haven't been given Okeechohpe County. Florida Okeechobec ('''Ulth'. FlorlHx
True. he did take time out sev- I union. the tools the job demands.V I take this opportunity to an. (Circuit Court Seal) 3U-IO (Circuit ('ourSenU/ 33-31 f

eral times to friendly The closed shop amounts to a V nounce that I am a candidate for
push a -
-- -
gubernatorial \ -- -- -
kinda ---- -- ---
candidate. and labor monopoly of the worst reelection as County Commissionerfrom

met him for the first time he was monopoly exercised by labor District No. 2. I will appreci. 4tb
leaders who are responsible to no
really "booming" Jim Lee for reelection (( Kokccclinlicc ; ate your vote and support.

for Comptroller In 1938. one. not even the government.If County, FlorMn. Murch C. F. WALKER
the 100 per cent closed shop 17. 11I4J.MiTICK.
( Adv.
Paid Political
But at last-long last. it seems = : 1*: IIKHKHV />"'I-X Tlint )
he is head over heels in the game goal is reached labor dictators liiirminnt tn Section II. lf ('ha pter 1S2IMI.I V
be more powerful than governmentitself. nwi of ." "1'1"1.. HOT.\ :\ known ni I
and having learned the need for They will have .n absolute I Ih! II'JII'IIYC'I'. !HIP, following liecrllii.il -
reducing Florida's outrageously- Inn( In (iLnvliolipp. Cmmty
stranglehold! over all Instrumentsof l-'lnrliln. will I lie offcrt'il, I'nr.lle nt inih- DISTRICT NO. 5
high railroad rates rand he learnedthe and distribution 't i,. iuii'r\ fur the high" el nod 'best 'ooh '
hard way by paying the burdensome production I '.1,1 ',il'.l't t" the right "I1 tlio 'I'rll-I""I 1)1)
Witness use of such power in intcriml Fuml to '
"I! for Iiiii'i'iircineiit
levies these arbitrary rates I hereby announce my candidacyfor
_,0\\ Ing war production to en- I r li-i't, HIM' ."id. nil Will nt the Jaon Florida's progress) he is up Ibis nt 10 A.M. mi the 2'lril' tine ofi'rtl reelection to the office of Coun.
I :crce demands Refusal 0: thousands \ I'.Mi' Kiini'iiii'iii 'Inc roiiil rlirhtnfwny I
pledglne himself to four years of I r'scrv"dIrb' ty Commissioner from District! No 5
to work in defense: industriesn 200 feet wide will In1
service In this battle for Florida any pin'cel I Ihr""lIh1.loh there. for Okeeihobee County. I will ap.preclate .
I Washington s ii.rthday exceptat I I
|I. CXlmlllir Hfllle, llllllll.
and oleveryone.
businessmen the'Ole and support
growers shippers overtime pay Is an example of "\\"' uf X\\"' less II Heron ''1. I I I i r
last but not least. Mr. Ordinary III ,,\\' (CoNivr. II". 11 Twp. J.1. .

Consumer fOafter\ all the folks'I' unpatriotic or disloyal action hardto ri.iiliilntiiv!' :! !: :I4 iiiTen.: IvmtVM.IMI'IIOVEMEXT : R. E. (EDDIE I BASS ,
equal. our soldiers are dyingon 'I| KCN'I) KF.N 01"! 'I lilt
who eat "pay the freight. : M'XH "F TUB ,I (Paid Political Adv.)
V 1 many fronts because such actions STATK: OK FI.OItlUA i V

have held up vital supplies. "I'% Hi- II. n"h".IIII.IC"III, "" I.I .
11 till ON NEWSPAPER ,i Double time for overtime should be |11'11 4 1 01,., liol'eo County, Florliln. I IV (
Many of the smaller newspapers'of called "blood money" today. DISTRICT NO. 3 ,
Florida. both daily and weekly. I V STATK 010'.111111'! \ t
are having a difficult time these ECONOMIC: HIGHLIGHTS ,'O"XT'W" ciKKKriinitKKVim : \ : ( m fill) "I tt
I nod eneli "r vim ore hereby imt- I wish to announce that I am a t
days because of the pressure being shutting do'n.Goodb'e .
"We are now fled I and required to present myeliilni
candidate for the office of County '
brought to bear to carry Informa- until better times. Longlle inn) ileiiiiiiiilii Mhleh you, or fltliir I '
of )",. stay have against the Commissioner from District No. 3 AIR ( ;Z _
tional material for various agencies the queen !I" I'xtnlp "f .l"iii l.nfliin. ileei'iiHc.cJ, Inte i I _
some of it we know the pub- These defiant words "f mill I'liiint.v.1 tn Ilii' Ciiiiiity Jiiilze, I for Okeechobee County in the Prl.Imary .
courageous ,.f I tkcochiiliee', I'''"111\ l-'liirlila.. at till I Election to be held May 5 CONDITIONEDDefendable
lic will not read. and would not were the last spoken to the world "fflce In the I'mirl HHIIHO "I t Ilkcwho-) t

understand it if they did. Yet the by the official Dutch broadcasting I h,','. 1"lorlI"'It, hili eight calendar I I will appreciate the vote and sup.
uiiinthi from tin date it the firm publlciiiifliin port of everyone. gdm 11
heads of certain agencies undoubt- station at Bandoeng. the city nf title doll, ,,,,. Kurd cliilm or I I .
edly patriotic and eager to serve which was made headquarters for d,'tnnud mint lie In writing and muat .
mule the jiliiee nf ri'Hliloiiei',, mid I punt (Paid Political Adv.)
are so imbued with he Idea of "put- the Allied command In the Nether- I office niHrent, uf HIP, cliilnmiit, and

ting! it over" that thev cannot seem lands East Indies after Batavia was iniiflt he HW-orn tu h.tlii. ,i-liiliiiiiut. till I V Servicei
iifTciit or """""'.\'. or the mime. will i
to understand the limitations are lost. At the time they were spoken I I"., till, vnlil, iiccunlliitf tu liiwr., i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

Imposed by space. the cost of newsprint Japanese troops were in the suburbs 'Mill Kill iliiy "r .Iniiiiiiry. 1042MUItltl3 I DISTRICT NO. 4 i, Low Fares

and the cost of composition. and it was clear that Java, AiliiiliiUtrutor ni:: the I.OKTOX Estate of I hereby announce that I am a

\ truly patriotic the of Pa- John I.nrtiiii.. di'ipKM'd.Jim. I candidate for the office of County
There Is no more one of most important Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
:\io. Full il li: 26.uIIE. Commissioner! from District No 4
group of people than the newspaper iiAtt: positions was now securely In
V and the North.
for Okeechobee I will
folks and they struggle to do the harsh hands of Hirohlto's county. ap.

that Is asked of them. all : preclate your vote and support. I Nerlhbounrfl
everything legions. Another importantarea I lke" ,'hubw', ruiinty, Florida,
In cases where there is a delay had fallen to the enemy-an Murch 3, 11)1.
XOTH'K: IK IIKUKHV lilVEX That ( Paid Political Adv.) Costs Less than Driving
printing the information that to enemy wh.ch. In only three monthsof IXfllfl.l.nw Ar. LAKELAND 10 AM &.SO PM
to Soclliui I 0 nf Chapter :
has to iniriiiiiiit V Ar. ORLANDO . .AM 745 PM One *......
sent or where such material war had made incredible pro- of F9rldu.r11 I'.ii7.: known ni JACKSONVILLE 1.15'M 11:45'1.4 +
be printed In Installments. or dras- gress. In those three months the the MUllPIIY ACT. the following de- FOR STATE Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45: PM I2:5: AM
i ,rrllii'd loud In likeiH'hiilu Comity. I COMMITTEEVVOMAN: : : : Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:10 AM MIAMI $ 2.10 $ 3.S.
tically cut. the zealous citizens who United Nations had taken major Kli'i-ldii. will lop unvt-i'il, for rule at JACKSONVIILI 4.40 7.n 4

head up certain committees and defeat after major defeat. All they public outcry for lie, hliflieKt all,1 I Ix'ntviinil Iv. OKEECHOIEIAr. . 4.40 PM 10.45 PM TAM'A. J.10 4.11
hlil milijiu-t to the" rlicht of the I JACKSONVILLE 1.45 AM ':IS AM IAKILAND 1.90 9.41
groups are asked to realize the sit- had to comfort them was the Triipii'if! the Interim! Improvement I I wish to announce that I am a ORLANDO 1.19 4.90

uation. Newspaper people do not knowledge that the enemy had paida Fund to reject any. mid nil hide, at candidate for State Democratic Executive BIHICT CONNECTIONS AT MCKSONVIIK: 1ALIA.HAtsn TALIAHA1SII 5.tS 10.M
tit" C.'iirt 11""." .t. 10 A.\I. on the
IAKI 4..33 7.U
being looked upon as for his victories in men Committeewoman for Okee. CITY
appreciate price .
Hill day' of April, IH! Kimi'ineiit: for 10* All POINTS NORTH AND WIST. AnAN'A. '.35 ll.M
though they were unpatriotic when ships and materials of war mini Hirlit of-n-ny .Mm foci \\'hlo111 chobee county. I will appreciate MACON 7.11 12...

for various good and sufficient The story of the loss of Java is 110 reserved UIITH I I.from I'tlntlini iiny parrel Slate tarniiuliivhlcli the vote and support of everyone. I It.u.I-'ft. VXIOOSTA '.35 9."
reasons which the layman does not the old story the tory that is Lot A, Uh..kI., Wrltflit & It"II'I'1 I I LUCILE STELLO. I*. OKEECHOBEE . 4'40 PM 10.45'M IIMINOHAM. t.JO 7.IO
>., Ar. MIAMI' . '.50 PM 2.30AM NIW ORIIANI 11.20 40.40
XiiliillvMon.V nf of : 1
understand they are unable to perfectly expressed in the phrase, SlO'i (Paid Political Adv.) CHICAGO 11.01 n."
of S\V"4. KPP. :2. Twp. I7, 1t"1I'1I I ..,.,ft'ft' ,
comply with all the demands upon "too little and too late." The Dutch 3.1, cunlulnlnit, 5 urrea.Trustee 1 I V NEW YORK CITY 16.00 28." '
| Iv. MIAMI . 10 00 AM 200 AM
them.-St. Augustine Record. defenders fought extremely well. So Improvement* of the fund Intertill of the I FOR MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC I Ar. OKEECHOIE8 . 2:10 PM 5.40 AM*

V did the handful of Americans and Slate uf Kliirldu, I'1 INSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT NO. 3::

Ol'R NVIION'S STRENGTH Anzacs \\'hoel'e with them. The Uy toy,I. \It.. food Itnul, ,'rn okeerhohe, AtfiMit TriwlwiI. County, 1 I' T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION '

United Nations' naval and air units Florida. 117-41 I hereby announce that I am a
In a recent radio address A. C. I I .
Mattel president of the Honolulu did all and more than could be ex- V .I I candidate for re-election as a member -

pected. The odds were simply too N t e T I (' KNutlet ; of the Board of Public Instruc- a1
Oil company. said this of the war:
great. The initial air supremacy In hereby iflven Unit on the tions from District No. 3 for Okee-
"Victory will emerge on the side .'1 let l day of Miin-h I'MJ. I will r"I".1|
which has access to the greatest possessed ty the defenders at the 1 the Hourd of t'uiinty I'miiinliiHliiiiprNof chobee county In the May Primary.

Victory ueiinnins c: the action was soon Dkeprlioliee, t'iiinl.v.' Klorliln. tundiiii If re-elected as a member of this
number of natural resources. | ii rraiiliitlnii viiuitlnu uu mi- I
will remain with the side st-Japan is said to have thrown till hug ii e,'rtiul I'hii' .r Sertlmi, ;i. .card I promise the people of the ,, .. I., iro,. -

4.000 planes the larger part of her Tonimlilp :iil Koiiili, Kuiiiii' :i.'i. Hunt.iluleil county that I will continue to give
which makes of these natural resources .,
.hil.1UU. and tiled by Scnirlly -
battle. The little service In the future
the most Intelligent use. Urforce. Into lii\pHtinent l'iniiiiiii.v" |' on the 4th them the same \

of the Dutch fleet was almcst entirely de- ,ihi) i'l Keh r uu ry. llilll\ In the i>nii'" of as I have In the past.W. .. ,
"The natural resources llic.f.rk of rin-nlt foiirt i>r Si. l.iirle 1 Y',
In brave and daring opera- J. THOMAS.
United States are our greatest material stroyed County. Florida mill. ri'i-onlpil, In I'lnt
asset. We have been endowed tions against a far larger far more Book 3, I'lluu 411 hi cold "n h'". Any (Paid Political Adv.) !

rful feet.: On the ground .pi.r.,,". IInu or rurpiirutloii braving
with an abundance of oil pow iiny iihjei-tlou to the adoption at menreNnlutuiti V s t
with water invader troops outnumbered the de- must RIP Hiii-h uhtl't Ito. PUBLIC Ii
coal and natural gas- FOR MEMBER: BOARD
I fenders tremendously and their Ilii Hie Hourd lit Ciiiiiity I'muinU-.
power and timber-with tast deposits Mlunert of okeeeholiee t'otinty, Flurlihi. INSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT NO. ll
of Iron, zinc. lead, copper. equipment was far better. Japan "nil or ,,'[? ,. Miinh HI. 11,42.! 0 a S 0
divisions of IIOV 1Uw'AItPS: -
landed seven to 10
and a host of other Important ma owner of moil il". ...rllieillu H
terials. about 15,000 men each, on the is- still hurt :a--':aO I take this opportunity to an I






since Jean Lee seems definitely out .OOOOO .:- >

of I circulation.Just can't figure out why the Gilbert '

The spring romance hasn't caused Connie '
Bugler Albert and L. M. to choose ,

girl friends Remember, boys, that
"All-Gal" week is a-comln' up the
first week in April and you'd a- I'
FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL better be a-standln' In with all the'alrls PROGRAM FOR

.. ." that week, or you Just won't I I ) .\
rate a bit I
'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF TilE VOICE ,OF THE STUDENT the Woman's club than we would I I've been a-forced to conclude

EDITOR ....... ....... ...................... ......................................... WINIFRED CROUCH Editorial Note: The newspaper be racing up and down the highway I that It's all off between Tiny and I FRI. &

ASSISTANT EDITOR ...... .. .. ........................ .... ... .. JUNE CHESHIRE staff has been encouraging Juanita. We sorta hate that. They i VIRGIN: : *
the high school students to use were a nice couple '
BUSINESS MANAGER ......... ....... .............................. ALICE DONALDSON It's for defense, too we say. We I'se been a'thinkln' how .
the school paper In which to Just agin j "
, SPORTS EDITOR ................. ... .. ... ............................ MARY MCLAUGHLIN expound their beliefs and disbeliefs are saving gas, rubber and "auto- funny it'd be if Winifred was a \I -

I CLASS EDITOR ... .. ............ .. .. .. .. .............. ...... ..... ... LJLLIAN LEITNER and this week we have mobiles by spending this eveningat "Jump" instead of a Crouch; if i, "Adventure WIFE"V

I CLUBS EDITOR '" . ............ .. ESTELLE SANDERFUR received several editorials, some the Woman's club and having Bobby was a. "whole book" Instead j'

SPECIAL EDITORS ... ...... .. LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN of which might not be wise to some good, clean fun of a Paige; if Betty Joe was a j
-- --- ----.- print. And yet, if we did that Now be honest with yourself, and .'stitcher" instead of a Tucker; and -al
we would not be serving the ask yourself this question: "Would if Mariam was a "crow" instead of ROY
SCHOOL PATRIOTISM: Gay Greenberger, treasurer; Kathryn students to our greatest extentor I you rather for us to be out on the a Martin t

Although we're Just high school Conrad, sergeant-at-arms. holding up our motto: "ForA street or highway with no definite Did you know that Dumb Dora I -

kids, we, too, are concerned aoout Three new Tenderfoots were enrolled Greater Okeechobee High aim In mind, or to be at the Wo- thinks that the Stamp act was "Sheriff of ,

our school being destructively critl- | They were Polly Gay Green- School." Too, sometimes such man's club with a little music and passed for Jitterbugs?}, that thje -\ .,
clzed as being "unpatriotic because editorials make us think whe- enjoying the fellowship of many little Moron thinks that the "LostChord" :
bevger, Dorothy Tfnberg and Jo COLOR :1
have not lends?
we "
changed our was a missing woodpile?
school I ther or not all of it Is true.
schedule to fit the war time. Anne Bcrka. We're not apologizing for print- -V I'll be a-waltln' that newsy let- I

We have discussed this pro and I A report was made on the col- ing such edlotrlals, but we're "SPORTSMANSHIP"Writer : ter next week. I'll be a-hopln that SUN. & .

con among ourselves, and, as students \lection of rags, tinfoil and collapsible asking you to consider the stu- ( Unknown) you can tell me more about these I I j :MELVYN ,
we've come to the conclusion [ metal tubes for the Defense dent's view, and if it doesn't controversies on "Time "Unpa- I :

as many school administrations ; program, which was quite favorable "hit you"-just forget it I I Among organizations of any sort trlotlsm" and "Dancing." I\
have, that the major favorable However, If some of the girls If these editorials do Interest there is i code of honor to whichall Until then, "Keep 'em Flying! '

points are for the regular hours In did not get to your house, continueto 'I you and you'd like to take the members closely adhere. Among Yours-"Patchie." I "OUR

the schhool program. Our school | save because we'll be around other side of the controversy, lawyers, doctors, businessmen, and V -a ISOLATE -

program Is based entirely on patrl- soon. Uncle Sam has use for all I this column will be open for even among thieves there are certain HIGH SCHOOL CHUCKLES 1 :NEWS COMEDY:
otlsm which Is developing the youth ,of your collection along this line. your opinions next week. unwritten codes which none I Edgar Knight (bashful) : "You -
of our community to be strong fu- j! V Everyone knows there are two dare break. If this is true among I look cold, Mary Virginia Shall I --- -"-

ture citizens. 16 HONOR: STUDENTSAt sides to every question, and we professional men, it is even more take off my coat and put it around TUES. & WED.Jl'K .
The first point Is, that the pur- I side this true for the I ?"
the students' sportsmen
Jus have I among you
the end of the fourth 6-week I BENNY: : &
the save'electricity
pot of war time Is to week, and we'd like to know world loves a sport and will ap- Mary Virginia: "You may put
period of this school term the fol-
and if here
we In this j what you think, plaud him, even In defeat. your coat around me If you like, but'
"lowing students are pleased to see
country crawled out of bed an hour I Many schools have aropted a I-er, I see no reason why you -In"CHARLEY'S-
earlier 'their names listed as honor students '
we would Just be burning NOTICE! sportsmanship code which tends to should take It off." AUNT"also
electricity an hour more every day. [ the of the
uplift plane sports played -
12th IIl'ade-Frances Collins and fA High School Student) -
Secondly, we hear that It's Just
| and causes a higher tone amongplayers Ernestine: "Mother, did you know
because we don't want to get out a 'Gene Elledge. Why does everybody want our themselves. If a player Mr Donaldson was a bachelor?" "PICTURE PEOPLE" .1

little earlier, or that we're Just lazy 11th grade-Betty Watford community to become so dull thatIt breaks these rules he is disgracedin Mrs. Hunt: "What do you mean?"
to that extent. and we're forced to 10th grade girls Betty Mae seems that everybody Is asleep? -
the eyes if his fellow studentsand Ernestine: "I don't know, but I
disagree. What who lives In Thomas i Why can't we have a wideawaketown COMING: SOON:
person I' Is scorned as one who Is too saw it on a certificate In a frame
town wouldn't rather get up at 7:30: 9th grade boys-Aulbert Kinsaul. : where people work togetherand weak to play the game as a man. In his office, and I know he's a "Wild Geese Calling" Ith Henry
a.m. and come to school at 8:30: 9th grade girls-Catherine Wood- I everyone enjoys life? The city The following have been given as bachelor II Fonda

and get out at 3:10: p.m. Just think, ham. doesn't do anything to entertainour the most outstanding rules by Albert: "Say. If I Invited a girl ,'Sl'rreallt'ol'k" with Gary
that would give us lucky town kids 8th grade girls Margaret "Peggy" young people, and when we Cooper,
I which a true sportsman is governed to a theater, send flowers, take her
4 or six hours before night to spend Chandler, Lucille Johnson I try to entertain ourselves, some of They deserve your thoughtful down In a taxi and treat her to a I "Do\ n Argentine Way"

streets with our, Just friends doing up nothing town but on enjoying the- Doris Thomas.7th grade boys. -Elphla Harden I our ladles dignified.want Jealous to stop, bridgeplaying our fun.- who consideration participate in, any especially form of those athletics her supper goodnight after the?" play, should I kiss I .:..:..;..;..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..:.
It But that's being selflish, Al Raulerson, Donald Sellers Even our big-hearted businessmentry Connie "Darn it, no! You've .

when we know that approximately' 7th grade girls-Virginia Hall Lee Sellers Cul- to keep our town from Increas- He never quits. done enough for her." *":..:.....:......;..:--....:..:..:..:..;..:..:..;..;......:..;..:..;
60 per cent of the children In the breth Carol Dorothy went and don" care whether any- He keeps the rules. -

elementary building (those children Alma Joyce Trumble. Ing because they have all they He keeps faith with his comradesHe Silvanus: "If Betty got mad when Sunrise TheatreFORT

who are growing and need that hourof V body else succeeds or not. One keeps himself fit. you kissed her, how did you get her
morning sleep) come on bus and SCRAP BOOK CLIPPINGSA : I reason why, we have never had any- He keeps his temper. pleased?" .

would have to get up long before WISHI thing In Okeechobee is because our He does not boast In victory Leslie: "By kissing her again." PIERCE

daylight. This plan would be destructive wish I were a child again, local government officials haven't He accepts a defeat in good grace -o- -- -,

to their health and thus I'm tired of being grown; tried to get anything.It He has respect for his opponent. Some eat and grow fat, Today & Saturday
defeat the purpose of the public I'd like to play out in the rain, sems to me that some people He keeps: a clean mind in a sound Some laugh and grow thin;
school health program for defense. And cry for ice cream cones could keep their mouths shut and body. If you don't like our Jokes Double FeatureWALT '

The kids who go home for lunchare -oI'd mind their own business. Many of I Measure yourself by these and see Try handing some in. DISNEY'S"DUMBO"

In the minority and thus, if a 1 like to believe in Santa Claus our citizens who claim they are If you can honestly call yourself a -0-

few parents who are disturbed And play with dolls and pretty Christians are known for their gossip true sport. If not, now Is the timeto Clyde' "Did you ever fish with.
about having to keep lunch warm 11.1 I I toys: I but the Bible states that gossip about-face and begin anew. worms?" In Technicolor ,

few extra minutes would look And oh. what Joys I would receive flows not from the mouths of As one writer has said: "When Jean Lee: "No, I always fish -alsoVILLIM

I this question in consideration of';I I In hanging my stockings on Christians, The Great Scorer comes to score alone" \ : BOYD '.
others who are not ,lucky enough j I I Christmas ever I Some of our gossip-spreaders against you He counts not whether V
to live in town and have modern -0- were afraid that the high school you have won or lost, but how you A PARTYAt -in- II

conveniences, we believe you'd come I'd like to make some nice mud pies kids were having too much fun at played the game" least once a month that Is, "Stick To Your Guns"y 'lI

to-the conclusion that you're being In my kitchen 'neath the blue, the dances in the Woman's club at V on every third Friday night) a lot -

a little selfish. Remember, the blue skies; Friday nights and now they wantto March 20, 1942 of good wholesome fun and good, Sunday & Monday
.. President asked us to sacrifice a I'd like to play a game of "ja ks",, stop it. They messed up the Dear "Patch": wholesome refreshments will be
little for and folks, asking Diamond ball field. Football seasonIs JAMES: C.\GNEYDENNIS: -
.defense With never a worry 'bout economic You'se know I'se been a thinkin' planned for the high school boys
you to sacrifice 30 or 43 minutes I I facts. I' over. Tennis doesn't accommodate about that sayin' about the "long- I, and girls of this community. : :MORGAN:
of afternoon leisure time is enough people, and now they !
jour -0- I tongue woman," but for some reason The first of these series of par- HE'DIRSII.LL: :
Just a little sacrifice. I'd like to go to sleep at night I want to stop our dances Our dan- I news bho' has been agettln'I| ties will be Friday night, March -In-
q We heard that the faculty asked j Without a worry, my dreams to ces are well chaperoned and na: to mee slow this week. I 20, at the Methodist church annex.
I'1 to go on record to ask the school blight; I harmful drinks are passed around. I I I was ahopllI'd get some really I I Every high school student is invited "Captain of the Clouds"In

I board to not change the school Of spoken English and overdue We were even prevented from using I good romance news to be atellin'you'se to take part in this fun. Technicolor
schedule, but we realize that thisIs themes, the school auditorium for a V
about as a result of the Fu- -- --
only a request as every memberof Which are never quite perfect, basketball court and it was built I tore Farmer party on a Tuesday SEVENTH: GRADE GIRLS I Tuesday & Wednesday
the faculty can be defined as a so it seems. as a recreation center. I night but all I'se can hear's aboutIs The meeting was called to order
"servant of the community in whichhe -Marjorie Raulerson ('33)) I Okeechobee is about the only what you was a-tellin' me about I by Virginia Parkerson, vicepresident. PAVI.ETTE GOIIMRI -

or she teaches" and they can I; V school that doesn't' sponsor dances. I last wee you know, Clyde and A devotion was given by RAY :M1LLANDIn

t only do what'they are told, but I'' SCRAP BOOK GEMS: The sooner some of our roving Jean Lee "Bearcat" and Pearl, Dorothy Sellers. The Pledge of Al- -
believe they understand the situation I' I reporters (gossipers) stop talkingso I
the and
to Flag was given
Betty and Leslie I heared Silvanus legiance
On Thursday, June 16, 1932, the
and think that the present much and start doing !their part I "America" "The Lady Has Plans"also
but was sung.
school student went along In the same car asa
schedule is the better of the two. high in the community, the better off A was conductedby I I -
body held the election to determine"Who's I chaperon 'cause he didn't have a quiz program
As Just a student, I live In town everybody will be. A skit
shocked Beatrice and Kathryn
Who in the School." Thei date Too, everybody was I "ONE DAY INSOVIET
and would love the other schedule, i I results were as follows. V to see Damon Vithout a date, but I was given by Virginia. Kathryn and I I

but that's Just human inconsldera- I I Handsomest boy, Phil Wilhite; ARE WE TO BE BLAMED: I guess who "Sceeter" and Betty Mae Mary Virginia A skit was also I I RUSSIA"Now

tion of our fellow man. I hope prettiest girl. Ida Mae Chandler; were with Now I'se no aknow- given by Virginia Lee and Betty iou Can See antI Hear the

you will agree with me. wittiest boy, Winston Salter; wit- (By ;Student) I In' who was with who, but it's been Jeah Inside Story of 'Why Russia Can't
Too, I might add. that we've nev- with Then Miss Finger us our Lose1!
tiest girl. Theresa Everett; most It seems that we are blamed for a-said that they came Bobby gave
er been asked to change our schedule and "Fat. report cards, and, of course, as I _
initiative when complain
ambitious boy, Maurice Fletcher lack of we
but only to set up our watches. It's been said that everybody who glanced around the room I saw
find something to I
several Paul Wongrey and Carl Stello, tied; because we can't Thursday
I can also point out that most ambitious girl, Athleon Alder- do with our leisure time and we went to the Woman's club had an both sad and happy expressions on

counties in Florida changed their man; most brilliant boy, Maurice 1 are headed for a definite downfall "O-Joy" time But I'se gettln' a the various faces. BARGAIN DAY
schedule at first, but because of II { I I Virginia Lee Culbreth,
all been
little scared. We'se a-
I Fletcher; most brilliant girl Dora in character when we do create a
the inconvenience caused, bus It backto pu- Helen Baggott; biggest pest boy."Tub" I little clean, wholesome fun for our havln' such a good time a-tryin' Reporter.' 22c
forced to change
pils were V
to learn a little about dancln' butI
at the Woman's club
the original schedule. And yes, | Owens; biggest pest girl. JIMMY: DlRTEIn
a-heared that the
11 'weeks of i Winnie Mae Vickers; most popularboy I on Friday nights by dancing. The guess jou'se LOST!
there are only more I -
school and why change at this late Carl Stello; most popular girl, club Is considered a private place, criticism against it has a-been A man's 2-compartmnt pocketbook -
date? |I Lucille Bowden; most athletic boy and our chaperons can ask anybody both pro and con We'll Just haveto / (not a billfold) containing "You're in the Army"
I be awaltin' to see what the outcome -
athletic who is intruding to leave. Furthermore -
most girl.
Let me remind you that our Leroy Elledge; approximately $25 In ERROL FLYNNIn : :
Helen Sellers best public speakerboy no strong drinks in the small-I I will, be.
school boosted the sale of defense I ; cash. If found, please return to -
and bands, and I expect ( ), Paul Wongrey; (girl). Ath-: .gs :':amount or in any Did cha see Clyde J. F. Harden. Reward
stamps total i leon Alderman; cutest boy, Buford Snowed! to hang around the club week when Juanita was here? "ADVENTURESOF
that we have sold more in our j RENTComfortableIeplna; I I
We-1-1, she sho must've got Clydeathlnkln'
than other organization In j I[ Ennis; cutest girl, Mary Padgett; when we're there. FOR ROBINHOOD"In
alack of wisest sophomore, Helen Sellers; These questions have been givenan about Leesburg, 'cause rooms. Modern
town. Can you call this I| jolliest boy, Carl Stello; Jolliest all-round discussion all week you know one day Clyde and Les Rates reasonable conveniences'l I Technicolor

patriotism? girl, Lucille Bowden; friendliestboy among us: "Is it wrong?" "Are lie didn't show up at school andeverybody's champ, Si. Parrott Ave. 37-8
I'm speaking for the student bodyof +++ +++ + +++
school Carl Stello; friendliest girl, we to be blamed?" athlnkin' they went to -- --I IoR.lly I.
the Okeechobee public Marjorie Raulerson; most sarcastic I We have gone to most of the Leesburg, maybe. '

from the first grade through we're the 100 boy, Charles Owens; most sarcastic persons In our community who are "Scooner" Just can't be a-gettin'I --aftS 'I I
12th when I I'm sure
to him no ,
hold Frances pay iDEFENSiI
Uncle Sam, girl, Edith Fullard; most sympa- older than we and who we up
per cent behind our 'cause she's too interested in little
ideal of man-
examples young
thetic girl. Julia Turbyflll; neatest as -"b
"and we've done it before and we hood womanhood, and ask !their Haynes, so he's spend In' his time *
boy, Buford Ennis; neatest girl, or ,1
can do It agalnl"V Ath'.eon Alderman; most courteousboy opinion on this question. We've II with Mildred. 6 6
these I'se a-been a- seeln' Tommie c;
Paul Wongrey; most courteousgirl found that the majority of -
THETA BETA Marjorie Raulerson; most persons believe that there is no Proctor around. Maybe a certain .V sLEtS.SALVE.NOSE SROH.r. BUY

The Theta Beta subscription graceful boy, Buford Ennis; most I harm done in our Friday night I romance has brunged Wm back to .
for The Okeechobep NewsIs and and the only school. -- --- m
campaign I graceful girl, Louise Lingo meetings they say '
still on So-o-o, If one of our Julia Turbyflll (tied) ; noisiest boy, harm can be done with those things I II Mary Virginia and Edgar; Dorothy t-.X+...:..!.oo.ooX.-.o(..............;...".......... i UNITED
staff members hasn't tagged you I "Tub" Owens; noisiest girl, Mary I j that are usually associated with and Ellis; but we can't tell '' .1'., i STATES
she soon will. Be ready to I which have no connection about Orville Anne Is It Kennethor ''
yet, MacOlashan; most probable repre- II dancng I II *
give her your subscription. I sentative on next Ruth Bryan Ow- |I with our dances. And, too, that Jack? : K. E. STELLO ::1: SAVINGS xi
I V en pilgrimage to Washington: boy, j I the majority of the leaders In this [ If you see "Dot," tell her to | .. i BONDS

GIRL SCOUTSA I Paul Wongrey; girl, Ida Mae movement are Christians, and thus I watch Ellis 'cause Molly seems to :X{: Registered' Real Estate Broker t a AND STAMPS
Interested ::1:
church for criticism be
Carl their
Tuesday Chandler. Best sport
group of girls met and Alice don't 0)0:+> .:' r
Miss But maintain that our churcnes Peggy say
Bowden we
first time as Olrl S'ello; girl, Lucille ; I
night have Just completed Ckeechobee High School Mildred have always been criticized and like boys. Girls, they aren't so REAL ESTATE ANDINSURANCE
Scouts, as they
harm to bad to have as friends I
and Raulerson and Ida Mae Chandler, that we're doing no more y
I have their Tenderfoot been registered requirements at nationalheadquarters. (tied) ; Miss Senior, Lucille Bow- our church and our relation to it I Just can't be a-tellin1 Just who ::: i
Christian Sylvia Is a-llkln' for a special
den Miss Junior Ida Mae Chandler than some of the good. .. ... <
; :'
1:1:: -: :--: : .
their friend I heared she'd like
who spend most of now ------
1: organized, and ; Miss Sophomore, Louise Lingo; sisters .}
The patrol was elected patrol mcst dignified senior, "Athleon Al- time: tending to somebody else's to go with Leslie, but Betty seemsto I'= Okeechobee, Fla i Subscribe For The New
was I
Lucille Johnson :: ::
scilbe derman; most stately Junior, Dolce business and playing bridge. have taken care of that, ,, ; .-
leader: Virginia Parkersort ; About I It's Gene, ...... ...... $2.00 Per Year
We, too, say that we're safer at Molly. guess .:--o( :--: :--:+ ))
Polly Clayton.
Ernestine Hunt, chaplain:
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!I "You can lead a man to the ballot

I Too Late to Classify !I box think, but you can't make him

It Is not my purpose to cast any

I reflections on the particular groupof
Ii RUSSELL KAY candidates whose names will be
i \I found on the ballot next May. They
are no worse and no better than

While "politics," we are told, are"out" action 1 i the average found on every ballot.
His heart and his mind are in Most of them are running because
for the duration,
quite a Bataan and the Caribbean, where they want to get the Job and few

1 number of ambitious gentlemen are i brave men sweat and bleed in fox- are qualified to do the job after

tiptoeing about, slappln' backs, holes or swim to their death in they get It.

shakln' hands and dlshin' out burning oil that America may live But If men are willing to give
cards | He knowsthose men are fightingto their lives to Insure the right to
vote, the least can do Is cast
The "union label" is again In protect his right to vote, but as
vour ballot. So If you haven't registered -
season and Is prominently dis- he looks about him and considersthe
do so, and vote for those
played on literature being tossed calibre of those who seek office
his heart aches. Confronted witha who, In your honest Judgment are
about In the name of this or that
candidate. system that puts little men in best qualified for the office they

big Jobs and not knowing what to seek.
Thousand' of folks who never
PRICES SLASHED heard from a Congressman In their do about It. he figures it Isn't even V BB

lives found a strange looking worthwhile to cast a ballot Mrs. Horace Dann, the former
franked envelope In their mall box True, we have a few strong and ML s Karley Llghtsey, spent several
last week containing the reprint of'a able men in publcl office, but they days of this week here with relatives
speech on "Old Age Pensions" .IP there by accident rather than and friends. She left Tuesday
design, and the run-of-the-mill for Lakeland, where she will
delivered b Lex Green
20% Discount on KEROSENE STOVES and Ovens. His opponents> must content candidate that offers Is usually un- sp nd several days before returning

themselves with telling folks what equipped and unqualified for the to her home In Pensacola.

20% Discount on KEROSENE HEATERS. they "would say" If they were In post ho seeks.Occasionally. 1 -oMr. i

Congress and paying their own some really able and Mrs. A. W Davis and
postage! man announces-a man honest daughter, Mss Shirley. attendedthe
20% Discount on KEROSENE LAMPS. Most active to date have been sIncere and anxious to do a real ceremony at Clewlston last

candidates for the office of Railroad I, Job in unselfishly serving his fel- Thursday evening at which time

20% Discount on GASOLINE LAMPS and LANTERNS. Commissioner There's a flock low citizens. In rare instances 40 British students at the McKay-
01 'em running In two groups. such men are drafted, but unless ,, riddle flying school were a I''ardedtheir
No new adjectives or phrases I they are willing to go through the "wings' as finished pilots
20% Discount on CHICKEN WIRE. have vet made their appearance. hell of a bitter campaign and engage I V

All the literature I have been ableto in a rough-and-tumble, catch-

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ot\ pad :orms, such as "Vote and ces are they wilt be listed among ,I
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40% Discount on ELECTRIC HEATERS. Industrious-Your Support Will Be counted And that's our fault too. I'i $2.00 Per Year

Appreciated "Fair, Honest Efficient -

i The !lire rationing and gas shortage -
I', haven't prevented candidatesi SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC REVEAL

om attending conventions or being -
CIGARETTES i I present at lodge, club or church ANCIENT ANCESTRY OF BOCK

I gatherings
I Worried with the war, Income tax
I and the pursuit of happiness, the

LUCKIES CAMELS CHESTERFIELDS I average voter it apathetic and com- r" t
placent Indifferently he thumbs N
OLD GOLDS KOOLS __.._--__.___.... -..___..--___.__--.....__.__-.____ the card crowded on him. "Mark /" -
'X' rot So and So." it says. That +
don't mean anything. The "union ?lJ ARILS
10c label' onl serves to remind him oeg '
SENSATION PAUL JONES ZEPHYR ----___..__..______--_ of Madame Perkins, John L. LewIs -
strikes wages and hours, and
time-and-a-half for overtime.The .

And Hundreds of Household Items on Special Sale! average! citizen is worried o
about government He Is alarmed e

II'< dawdling red tape worship of 1et
corm inertia and selfish job-hold-

tug! tnd hunting

He wants intelligent, forceful,

Gilbert Culbreth dependable leadership. He Is sickt x
NhiNU YJCN,rlJd e41F
death of bureaus boards and

commissions. of i 111vestlga Ions.
you are toasting tbe arrival of Students of ancient brewing his
hearings and surveys. He wants believe there I Is no accident
Spring with Cock Beer, you may tory
In the fact that the world's traditional
------ not know It, but you really are following
Spring beverage 'la brewedof
I I the pattern of some far-off
I tbe finest harvest grains under
RE-ELECT ancestor going as far back as the
I the sign of Capricorn and served
of Hammurabi, the
.. days King great
-- LEX GREENCONGRESSMAN to the waiting public with the com
lawgiver of tome 4,000 years ago
mencement of Spring, when Ariel!
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on burnt clay which shows Until fairly recent times the Now
n c I ten t Meiopotnmian courier Year commenced with the first of
drinking their ceremonial beer and, March and the rich foamy beer
believe It or not the artist depicted made with the choicest grains of
ID excellent itkentM ol I Hie lick l! the I last 1 harvest ass a ceremonial
TP Beer goat Jumping H t a mile be New Seal drink over a large part
LET US PRINT i I lleved to represent 1 I me sun. i>l the inhabited(I world. England
i1 Arcuaeloguts tUII".1" to tbe records changed the beginning of tbe legal
of the old astrologers for an New Year to January lat In 1752

n Interpretation and, after they found Today, with mechanical temperature
controls and fine materlali
It, confirmed the fact that Billy
available at all times, Bock couldbe
YOUR Bock Is in every fanner's almanac
: NEXTr made tbe year round, but its
and baa been for countless genera
season limited by tradition. Bock
being a heavier brew than moil
He's apparently a compromise I I other types, suits the Early Spring
1 ORDER OF i between two of the symbols of the taste, but most connoisseurs pr.
indent todlac Caprlcornui tbe fer the lighter brews the rest of the
Goat, whose space In the solar year year. So the obliging brewmastti
=--" itJ -=--" STATI AT LARGI!. occurs to December, and Aries the patterns his formula to conform u
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