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: April 3, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 41 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 3, 1942 Price 6 Cents




Anniversary Day) Guy F Hull chief carpenter I II II I Navy Ouy recruiting f Hull.-recruiter station- Room in charge 231,, And Byron Beville

recruiting officer. an-
rimy I Postofflce building, Miami, Fla.
At Baptist Church nounces that James R. Minehan off has this date taken over enlist Married Sunday
and Arlington C Raulerson. both
ments' in Classes M-l and M-2,
of Okeechobee county, were enlist- -
All desiring
Naval Reserve. men
Sunday, April 9 will be Annlvei' fu m Miami Saturday. March 28, / enlistment in any branch of the A wedding of Interest In Okee.
ary day at the First Baptist In the main studio of Radio Station 1 Navy or Naval Reserve will apply; chobee and to other sectlohs of the

church of Okeechobee.: On that WIOD Upon enlistment these ,, 1 at the above address.In state took place Sunday afternoon,
day we shall begin our second year men returned to their homes await- t taking over Classes M-l and March 29, In the Methodist church

as pastor and people. It is there- u,, rail to active duty. M-2 enlistments, Chief Hull stated when Miss Alta Lee Simmons,
fore, a good time to give thanks'o Upon their call to active duty that this Is In accordance with the daughter of Mrs. Eugenia Simmons
Ood for the privilege of service they will be part of a .regiment 01 nesent policy of the Navy depart I and the late Claude Simmons became
together, and a good time to call 169 men for duty outside the \ ment to bring all branches of recruiting the bride of Byron Albert
ourselves and our members to a United States building and repairing under one department. I Seville son of Mr. and Mrs. MarIan -

new dedication of obedient serviceto base Applicants for enlistment in Seville of Wildwood, Fla. The
Him through HJ church ------ ---- Class V-5 for Aviation Flight ceremony; was performed by the

The past year has been a fruit- Citizen Will : i ii training, or V-7. leading to a com- pastor Rev. M. E. Myer, at 2'30: p.
ful year. The pastor has been mission as Ensign in the Naval Ree 1 m In the presence of a large assemblage
faithful In preaching the word and i > and all applicants for com- and was followed by a
his people have graciously responded Be Called Upon To mmatons should apply at Room reception for close friends and relatives

in a way pleasing to Ood In 'I ,, I 905, Langford building, which Is located at the home of the bride's
1940 this church gave to all mission i o at 121 SE. First street. Mi- mother.
causes $16883; In 1941. $37090 Aid The War Effort ''I While the guests were assemblIng -
and to this present wilting in 1942. 9 r Mrs. J. H McCranle organist,
$26517 All debts have been paidon .urir.MrSMinnehanWas played several appropriate selec-

all buildings and the congregation April 17-20 '1.11start\ a red-lettei # : I tions and accompanied Miss Betty
will witness the burning ot I period in the history of FlorIda, I I Barber who sang "Because," by
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the final nota on the new building tai .it an app' tnted hour beginning Ouy DeHarlot. Mist Barber worea
Hostess At Shower
We pause to thank God for the early In the week of April 13 The I blue afternoon frock and picture
cod women of our W.MU. ,,!lhu greatest all-out effort on recora I, hat. with accessories of -white.
(> sales bazaars etc. they have will\ get under way In a voluntar For Mrs. BevilleOutstanding The church was decorated with
}had their share In our marked pledge by every income-earnin palms and ferns, which formed an
progress. We commend the faith- citizen to aid in financing Ameil- a ,rAND j I effective background for the white
Illness of our members in helpingto ca's war cost by the systematic anti among the pre- gladioli which were used In profusion

maintain an average of 28 In regular purchase of U S. defen mptlal parties for Mrs. Byron Be- ,
oW midweek prayer meetings in bonds and stamps through the ville the former Miss Alta Lee I The bride was given In marriage
the past >ear. "Every American Canvass"No A JOQ LATER Simmons) was the linen shower by her brother Malcolm Simmons,
We are known as "The Friendly worker will be overlooked given March 13 by Mrs J. R. Mln- i and chose for her wedding a becoming -
Church. and our doors stand opento Systematically in the cities am: -- -- nehan and her daughter. Sarah, at I spring suit of soft blue

serve all mankind. If you enjoy towns. and In the rural areas an their home In East Okeechobee.The wool with embroidered, coat. Her
.cod singing and oldfashionedBible army of "minutemenandwomenI'ill Easter Seal Sale For Crippled bride wearing a spring costume I bag, gloves, shoes and hat were of
preaching we invite you to see that every income receiver with beige accessories and a I navy as was also the soft veil
attend our services It is the de- la pledged to defense bond avid unravelled i'which covered her face. A corsage -
corsage of sweet peas
-ire of the pastor and people to stamp purchases on & regular and Children Will Close Here Next cords originating at the living- of hybrid gardenias tied with

serve our corrimunitv May The continuing basis If you should be room chandelier and followed themto I! chalk ribbon completed her costume -

Lord help us in the beginning ot missed and want to aid your gov- To Chairman their end before finding the first .
our second year to exalt Hi) word ernment through regular purchasesask Sunday According few gifts. While she struggled with I Mr.: Seville had as his best man

and be true to His chuichWoman's your local Defense Savings'' one In another room, the hostess Clifton Ellis, and Wilburn Lawson
V committee for a pledge blank. I brought in a table laden and piled I and Howard Drawdy were ushers.
And this money so lent the gov- : Ever resource ot the to fulfill whatever task you high with beautiful and useful gifts : At the home of the bride, where
f Club Was Society for Crippled: our other national leaders feel the reception was held. Plcardy
I ernment in time of war will go to I seme tied with nosegays and one
buy the food the guns. the tanks and its 42 affiliated state T,<> equipped to handle. Fully with a small corsage of sweetheartroses gladioli and spring flowers were effectively
the ships and planes, the ammunition one has been offered I '" T rh' great task you face and orange blossoms. I arranged. The bride's
Scene Of Shower and supplies and to badge the to 'help! meet the great ]: reaffirm our loyalty and pledge Several Interesting contests: were table had as a center-piece a tiered
of the wounded or In our unreserved support. served'I wedding cake adorned with bride
oceans so vital for the support o. enjoyed and the hostesses
For Miss Simmons our army navy, marines. and aircorps handicapped soldier R. I ),,, (rkeeihobe chapter of the attractive and delicious and groom. Friends of the bride

II in the beta war in which ", e rick! chairman: ,. of...the_ ; +h florlEl.Society! for Crippled ments. refresh-I I assisted 111. the dining room. +
Faster seal sale li otl., is ail: K.: !!,: Hoilil- I k j were Cmmty
are engaged against the Axis pow- Among those invited MrS: !
A very loveh occasion was. the 11*. The annual sale of 'airman'! Harry' Hutto vice- J. M. Roe, Mrs. J. O. .Wolff Miss l 1'of the bride, wore French blue
iiseellaneous shower given at the Generally speaking the "Een to finance the program 1")1', ) H H Rau erson. secre- Jo Parilsh. Mrs. Sam Davis, Mrs. I'I crepe romaine with white accessories -
Woman s club Thursday afternoon American Canvass" pledge cam S''Ith Florida Society for Mrs L E Stewart treasurer; Tom Pitts Mrs. Nathan Zelmeno- : and a corsage of radiant roses,

:larch 26 honoring Miss Alta Lee paign is aimed to reach every per- ''ii''i"ii.' as well as Constance Finger chairman ofr vita Mrs. H. T, Bass, Mrs. J. C. and the mother of the groom wore
Simmons whose marriage to Byron son in America who earns an income national society opened -" 'cr: seal sale Platt Mrs. W D. Coker, Mrs. T. W. 'I a pastel-pink dress and hat.
t3ev..lf look place Sunday. March and to make of these Income It will close on Easter have been mailed to the Donely, Mrs W. J. Hendry, Mrs. 'I Later In the afternoon Mr. and
38. earners stockholders in their government April 5. of the county citizens. and I J. H. McCranle'Mrs. J. L Barber, ,, Mrs. Beville left by motor for a

The hostesses were Mrs Ernest by their purchase of a T'e prrposal to make : I sure we'll have a good re- Mrs. O Pierce Mrs. H. H. Rauler- short wedding trp through the center
Hunt, Mrs. Clifton Ellis Miss Virginia share in America t'es and experience of the as Okeechobee county us- son Miss Marguerite Bass Mrs I I of the state and will make their

Cason. Miss Betty Barber and Nat only do they buy a share In state societies available in / shows! m like campaigns The Eva Dixon; the bilde's mother, I home In Hawthorne.
Mis Mary Lena Watford. America, but the persons who *' emergency was made \1 Sccuts will be selling one-cent Mrs C E. Simmons and the hostesses :I Mrs Seville was reared and educated -
The club room was beautifully pledge: their dimes and their dollars Palmer president of the on the streets Friday and Sat- .I in this city and graduatedwith
Buy all the seals you can the class of 1941 from Okee-
decorated In a variety of spring l as mu.'h as they can affoid. organization -- .------ --
flowers predominating colors being become the owners of the safest "The problem of the per cent of cur county's con- When I arrived, the ftrsLthinI' I chobee high school.
and I will stay in the county to Several lovely pre-nuptial parties -
yellow green investment in the world securitiesof scldcnl'ho; will have I noticed was the familiar I
Miss Betty Barber Miss Molly the United States treasury permanent physical for our own cripples odor of barbecue. Oh, boy! preceded the wedding. Amongthe
Bowden, Miss Sylvia Snell and Miss V I out-of-town guests were Mr.
backed by the government of the defense of our country The largest barbecue pit I have
Peri.ee Hunt accompanied 'by Mrs. and Mrs. Carey Simmons and son,
United States. which undoubtedly is Observer ever seen, built out under a ,
Merle Lowe, "Sweethearts"from John Allen, of West Palm Beach;
sang The of the with three or
widespread objective soon will be, considered large oak tree,
"Ma time" and Mrs. Ruth Stevenson. John Brooks
} "Whispering. Treasury department is three-fold: tlcnal leaders. We hope four whole beefs and as many I
Mrs. Ernest Hunt was In charge t and Miss Rossie Moore, of Stuart;
First, to make every citizen a tory will soon be ours, and "porkers" getting the onecoverhery
uf the bride's book.A (By Bill Pare) i Mrs. Zeb Keen of Fort Meade, Mr.
shareholder in America. Second, maimed and handicapped few minutes, and another
feature of the entertainment, I i and Mrs. Marian Beville and sons,
to raise money through voluntary few But the prospect dash of barbecue tauce added.
of which Mrs. O L. Hunt was In purchase of defense bonds and number may be large, INDI\N VILLAGE just to whet the appetite, 1 I Rhae and Olenn, Mr.' and Mrs.
Leason Oreen and Mrs. Icicle Toms,
charge, was a "jumbled words" stamps to help meet the cost of problem one of great Yes. sir, I shore visited a real reckon. And do I like barbe-
Mrs. F. W Za.ndewon all of Wildwood.
contest. war. The third-This money lent is a possibility we Fair the other day. Or cue!
the prize. A musical contest also the government in the war effort I must face. It is a task Ul'as termed "Field Well, I roamed around and V
was' held with Mrs. Rae Boettgw is taken out of competition for consumer well require not only at this Indian village. mingled with the Indians, shaking Matthews
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the prize-winner. goods, thereby preventing Inflation j I government facilities. but there are Indian villages hands with some I already
Delicious refreshments
were and building up a cushionof isting resource of a Indian villages In Florida. knew and meeting others for
served. Mrs Clifton Ellis presidedat savings for the individual when I volunteer nature," Mr. In fact, Indian the first time. But always Strong Campaign
the tea table. About SO guest*
the war effort ceases. I 'Fcr more than 20 years organize'i"n villages drifting back to where the bar-
were present, and many lovely gifts :i'" I
V tional Society for from Portland becue was being prepared.
were received by V the brideelect.Construction CARD OF THANKSTo : dren has been engaged in Ore., That's my "long suit." Then i For His ReelectionTALLAHASSEE

the Voter of District No. 2, ing and fostering a and all oR on another sctutlng' trip.
Men Okeechobee County, Florida: the physical correction, points south. In the schoolhouse to view the
I am deeply grateful for the con- vocational rehabilitation But they are handiwork of the Indians. Dolls I April 3 -Major

fidence you. and each of you, have ployment of mostly the of all sizes, beads of all colon, Eugene S. Matthews, senior member -
Wanted For Jobs placed in me as a member of the persons commercial and dresses and costumes galore of the Florida Railroad commission -
Board of County Commissioners of "Identified with our laid kind, on display! Some of the I is traveling extensively
I Okeechobee county Your confidence are nationally-known and out to fl n e it Seminole costumes I over the state In the Interest of his
Under Civil ServiceThe !is shown In the fact that I the vocational adjustment get the pale have ever seen, and of every I candidacy for re-election.
am unopposed for re-election as a employment of the "wampom"-advprtliinc design Imaginable! While In Reports reaching Tallahassee
I metnb 4 of said Board of County lizing the expanding | root, vitamin ZX. or the schoolhouse I heard the from the sections he has visited indicate -
U. S. Civil Service commission I Commissioners from District No. 2. !kind of service as the :I have Y0'111 Up and down weird call to "barbecue.- that he is being most cor-

has just announced that per I I shall continue to serve all of the gresses, the National East Coast and across the Pleasing me! dially received everywhere, and
sons experienced as superinten i people In Okeechobee in a fair and Crippled Children and Its Trail can be found Out I ran and lined up with that he is being assured, of cordial
dents of construction are ,being impartial manner, having at all ated state associations j Indian villages than yo* the rest of the Indians. Boy, I support from people in all walks
sought for the Federal service Positions times the best interests of''the mined to keep their I find retread tires! what a break! Only about 25 of life in all sections of the state.
exist in the United States county in mind. Again thanking Intact, and to bend every j But this particular Indian Indians ahead of me! I expected As one well-known Florida citizen: I
and foreign countries. Salaries you I am meet the heavy demands II Is second In size only to to be handed a nice, I expressed It, "His long experience

range from $3.200 to $3,500 a year. Very truly yours, I will certainly make. one way down In the heart tender loin of pork, and my I as a newspaper publisher, legislator
Applicants will be rated on their O. F. Walker I j I "In this tremendous the 'GUdes, which Is only choice of any cut of beef on .. and railroad commissioner has given
experience and training. From 7 ----- --- crisis, 1as president of I by dugout canoe and the menu-but-a tough > lookIng him such a wide knowledge of
'.o 12 years of appropriate experience last for more than six months after feel It my duty to assure : Even a frog-hunter Indian brave came walking. I the state's affairs that he Is looked
in the field of construction are the war I our organlzatiin- its I III lose his way trying to ret down the line and neatly upon as the 'all Florida' candidate.He .
required. Provision Is made for the There are no age limits. Applications staff the professional It Is situated seven miles plucked me out of the crowd: was born In Bradford county
substitution of college courses in must be. filed with the J our affiliated state I of State Road No. 8, and lie says, "No barbecue for pale and has lived the whole of hit
engineering for part of the experi United States Civil Service Com and their volunteer :, good road In any weather fate. Barbecue catchum for adult life at Starke, a point almost
ence. Duties are to direct large ml !lol1. Washington DC., and will ready to make available to it from the little town Indians, wahoo. skidoo," or i; exactly midway between Miami on
construction projects, coordinatingthe be accepted until the needs of the source, every channel of I Brighton. This village is on something like that. Was my I the south and Pensacola on the
work of foremen organizingmen service have been met. I tion, every research property and Is face red! Me, In my khaki west. From this vantage point he
and materials, supervising Installations Full information as to the requirements I Item of their experience I direct supervision of the pants and red and white check : has .been able to know and to understand -

and Inspecting mater for this examination, tive workshops, sheltered I They have a white ered shirt, shirt-tall outside the interests and aspirations -
ials and workmanship. and application forms may be obtained ment, bedside teaching- and all .* a I couldn't see how he guessed I of all sections of our state."
The announcement for Superin- from 'the secretary of the everything that will help school teacher who con WM not a Seminole Of course, Commissioner Matthews has an
tendent of Construction Is the first Board of UA Civil Service examiners the great problem of the i a very orderly school for there was this distinction: Did : unusually strong background of .
Issued by the Civil Service commission at the \xwtofflce or custom- j J or permanently i children. ai well as the ol- ytfu ever see a bald-headed public service and his long tenure
since the new War Service house In any city which has a post-i I dier. people If they care to at Seminole? Next time I'll wear as a member of the Railroad Com-
regulations went into effect on office of the first or second-class, j I "Ours !is a nationwide I classes. They have a pop my hat. mission has given him intimate acquaintance -
March 16 1942. Appolntmenta generally or from the United States Civil group of long-standing. of 133 and there ire. 28 Oh, well, I really like hamburger with the complex !questions : -
will be for the duration of Service Commission, Washington, we place ourselves at the who attend school reg anyway, and there. WM which the commission has to(

the war, but in any case will not DC. .I I of the Civilian Defense (Continued On Page 3) lolveRobt .


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plU'iillnii for Tux Ilevil to 1)6 IKIUCI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER The HMPsmuent of laid property under
(@! Ncfu5 Ih....."' .. Hulil' CerllllcMte I cinlinii'ot' thu l PoliticalAnnouncements I saul 1 CcrtllU'iilfl IHIIIOI was' In the
heccljnhec The upward trend in the price tII"WIIIII ilenerllii'il. iroiert.v| I In Ilia DISTRICT NO. S: name of T. A. Rlzemore.!
County of Ukeut" .hoh..... Mule 'nf Klurlihi -
I indicator continues. While the increases to..wit : I I t'nlcBS inlil, Certificate shall be re-
All Blocks 1 to ID\ lur., Went- I wish to announce that I am a (" 'mod according to law, property de.crlhed -
the i are taking place at a slower I'nrk miliillvitiloii of juirt of I thpr.ln.hRII he sold to the ,
Published every Friday by over n candidate for the office of County
Courthouse door
Per. 2il, 'I'w" 17. lti". :'IA, mill !'oi'i/I highest hlililer at the
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- tempo than In World War I, it of NW<4 of| M4 of SK'4, I'.c.211. Commissioner from District No. 5 on the flrKt Monday In the month of

Florida. TupI'K'' : '. :a" ('cull iului lug' S ,: April 1042) whIch li the 6th day of
tee, Okeechobee County, is expected that before the end of aires. > I 1 for Okeechobee county In the Primary April, 1042.tinted .

this year the official cost-of-Hving 'I he iiHaemiineiit of until 1 property, lin- I Ihu'r FOR REPRESENTATIVE election to be held May 5. this S7th day of February,
.,,1,1 CertllliHle I I iHHiieil 11'11. III tlien I will vote and 10.2.
BRYANT BOWDEN.. Editor index will climb ten to 12 points. "H me nf JiiKi'inor IIoltllnK Cllrl"" ninlWin. I IN TEE LEGISLATURE appreciate your ROY R. RAUI.ERSON!'
Kelilinevrr.I I support Clerk Circuit Court of
I I That this constitutes a very serious 'iuTi'.. pull ii Certlllcnte nhnll lie reili'emed W E. GODWIN. Okeechohee County, Florida

Entered as second class matter nrrorilhiK" to Inw, |iroiiTlilr| I take this opportunity to an. (Circuit Cuurt Seal!) 88-40 .
for the consumer Political Adv. _
problem xerllieil I therein flhnll he cold to t hi (Paid ) V
July 1, 1915, at the Post Office in I goes without saying. And it also liltrheKt' I hlililer nt the I 'clOt houlei', duoron nounce that I ajn a candidate for V
Okeechobee. Florida. under the the .lr.1 Mnniliiv In the iiinntli of re.electlon to the office of Repres. I I NOIItK: OF APPLICATION FORT
I Imposes some very definite obligations Mm. l'i4J! uhlih in the 4lll liny of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: \\ DEED
Act of March 9, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. on the consumer which he t".I. 1IIIJliiileil) entatlve in the Florida Legislaturefor DISTRICT NO. 4 I Laws of lots
I :
I thin lot "lii)' of April. 1012. Okeechobee County In the
must discharge in the interest of iCIlY It. KAI'l.iilsoN." : Notice In hereby given that Ada
the country, as well as himself. Clerk'' Circuit Court of Democratic Primaries In May 1942. I wish to announce that I am a \V\nn. holder of Tax Certificate No.
KloMilll. 3" :8.V. it'll 'W-, 3113 Issued the Mbduv
RATE Ilkeeehnhee CiilinM W- J. (BILL) HENDRY 3M. ,
First, don't hoard. The chain iriiiull Court Se,,ll I 41.4DIN :I candidate for County Commission- of J Hi'ptpmbor. A.D. 11127.\ has filed

One year in advance _.____... $2.00 stores and other retail groups have V (Paid Political Adv.) j er from District No. 4 for Okeechobee sump Iu mv office : bus made application
I I be Issued thereon .
Peed to
Six months in advance ...... .. 1.00 been urging consumers to buy nor- I Tilt: ('lit('I'll' coniT' Hi'1 mi! V county, subject to the Demo- for$iliI a Tax Ccrtlflcnre embrace the fol.

Three months In advance------; ..78Arlvtrt'sing mally, and that advice Is 100 per AMI SIMM FOR.11'1111.\1.OKRKC1IOHHK: ( ntri" It'STV i Ii' IN, cratic Primary May 5. I will appreciate Inn'In? U'srrlhvd, property In thei'olIIuty
Ikecu'ioiei'. state of FlorIda
cent right. Hoarding can only produce I (ri.OKUM' .' {'II I/u t'I'I'I1': \'. your vote and support. )of .
.. ,E DISTRICT NO. 1 I to-wlt
abnormal price Increases. : I E. O. SELLERS. Lots I to $ lie Blk. 1 ; Lots 1 to
: 4 ,
i:. c iui\is: ''"'(011111111111.n.
kills are payable on And. if it goes far enough the government (Paid Political Adv.) 24 Inc. Itlk. 2 : Lots 1 to 24 inn..

Parties excessive II K. h"iltl 1'1 I 1.\\1. ,'1 ill) IiefeiiilnntKMIIKK I take this opportunity to an. I' V Blk 7.: I.nli 1 to 17 Inc. Blk. 8.
the fir t of each month. will expropriate : TO .\rri.\u King Subdivision of E of NE4

unknown to publishers required to stocks in the hands of either con- IN: 'l'llt.un: : Ol'I'UK $'i'A'I'E nounce that I am a candidate for TO TilE PEOPLE Io'PI S acres Set 13 Twp. 343, Rge.

UK Kl),nltlliATo : 'County Commissioner from DistrictNo. !C.E.:
In advance. sumers or The asuesiuiient of saul property on1er -
II.-I ;. Foril iuulhiu. IK n illreetiirnnil I
See-nd. take full advantage of I rll."'" of 1.'corlhlllll & (Kirk 1, (Fort Drum) In the Demo. I laid C'ertlflrati'S Issued was In the

the information concerning commodities I.mil. I lm... n i illKmiheil I I'lorlilll i"V cratic Primary May 5. I I I take this opportunity to announce mime" of sild I'rentnn Certificates C. King.I .shall he re-
,' ,, unknown NI. nless
11 ri'Hlileni
Reading notices In local column which Is being I Issued by "I. onlhiini" ii H n illreilor iimltrust If elected I will serve the people I that I am a candidate for diemed according law, property deli -

lOc a line. Rates for display retailing organizations. Adequate .,,r Knrilhnni, Vi Klrkliiinllm I of my district and the entire county Representative In the Legislature 'rlhed therein shall be sold to the hlgti-
bidder at th* Courthouse door oa
ilUNoheil riorliln' '
advertIsing furnished on application. substitutes exist for most products I II Hltteiii'v. lull k iuiu II : inrporiidin H A. I I to the very best of my ability I for Okeechobee county in the Dem- the first Monday In the month of

Clasifed'; advertising 2c which are either scarce or exces- Klikliinil. tin u UI riM'till' mul, trni. i will appreciate your vote and sup. ocratic Primary May 5. I will appreciate April\!. 1D42 nhlih Is tho Oth day of
I tie, ol)' rorilhnin \ Klrkliiuil ..11' ... April. 1912
each word each In!ertlon. All I sively costly. This applies to all n tllHMohiil. Kloililn. i'iuu'Juiuruitt'iui., port. your vote and support.J. I Dated' this 2th: day of February,

items rl'IlRrdinlenterprl: 'es. conduced foods, clothing and household supplies reHldeiiee nnknown. All I )'iiitlii -B. C. SWAIN I T. HANCOCK. I t 1'JU.
lIllY: u mrtivt! Io '
I ilinliiii Inlereal \ Ihronicli utuulu'r
for profit are chargeable; I or niiuliiMt H. t:. r'orilhiim. (Paid Political Adv.) (Paid Political Adv.) Clerk Circuit Court of

at advertising rates Third, don't waste. Make every- slili'iiee',' niiknouii ; All imrtlt'i V I Okeecholx-e County, FlorlJJ
InltnliiK, I IntereMt l>>'. thi'iMiKli. mi I :ail) 40 (Circuit Court Seal)
_.,- thing you buy or 011'11.. from a can dir. or iiKnliiHt iJ t. L. Korilhiiuiimlilenee TO TilE CITIZENS OF Legal Advertisements I V
I of beans to a set of tires. do max- iiiikiioKii.: All |hIll rt Ii'. I
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG imum Waste creates need- i'''iilniltitf Inleri'Ht l'\.", I Iliroiiicli, 1111, OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY NOIICK tpriirtTioN ton : VOIICKOkiiilinlice -
duty Her or uKnlnm H. .\. Klrkliiinliidliliiiie TAIKED' I'onnli." Florida \
"1 pledge allegiance; to Uu Flag less shortages and needless price nnknoun.: All Iult'l it's I.nun of 11H3 I Miireh 21. 11)4')

of the United States of America Increases iiiO'I uig or InlmliiK,, to linvc nnvlllihl I hereby armouce my candidacyfor Xolli'o hi hi-reh. given that Elena Nuut,Iii' In In,roliv. iflM'n that purHiinntto
title. or InteU'Kt III th Kin. liohlrr .r Tux Certificate No.
l Chnnter Isam Lawsof
and to the Republic for Manufacturers and retailers are properu herein iJoHiilhtMl reel re.electlon to the office of 1'itH.; Issik'il, the Stlt dm, uf August A. I I I-lorliln heiilon' u.V'i III. M'::",, kuuos II an the

which It stands: One nation Indivisible china their best to protect your ilelli, ,e'llllklionn County Commissioner from Dis. I II. IO-\\I. hung' tIled mime In uy office : baa u Murphi, 11. I the follonlnii ilcscrlhed
It from t the plemllnuii, HleilIn mole, apiilli-ntlon for Tax Deed to be
iippourlnv' a : '
with liberty and Jus- standard of living under extremely I tin nl.".uelitltleil null Hint (hut trlct No. 3 and will appreciate your "[ Uisiicd then-oil Said Certificate embraces | III> otliii'il I IIk"'h..I", foi milllit I ''lInl.!public cut-,

tire for all" difficult conditions. And you in Cniiiplulnnnt herein In i'ittht Io'd ,to, all vote and support. If I am reelect the following described propertyi //1,1 for.H l Inli IK In.BI nuil host cash bid
I lrIu'u' of 1'IIII"lItI n uliiHt >nn. nnileui i In the County of Okeechobee State of .
of the Tru.t..p.Ibe
Ihi rluht I
h'u-I I
role of consumer. must help. thi'reluie, (hi'uii'I'iiiI ed I shall continue to serve in a to
your 'It of \otl. It la mnrliln.! to..Jt : if I Interim! I linpro\i'im l'uii'1 tiiJiil
V I Hint .ton. nnil filch of MHI, ,urt' henUytiilllreil I faithful and capable manner and I.ol i M II lId g, Block 177 City otOkeerhohee. ( 'inn unit nil 1",101 the Court

I I |' to Illl' wit h I the Clerk of HienlioM times best I Iloune: nt 111) .\. :M. oil the 30th day of
at all for the
SUPPLY working
:; SAP '
Legal Advertisements "'Iul lIJu'iJ ( "111'1 >'our Krlltvii iilienrnnee I I 1 he no.o..mont< of nld property under I April\! V.MJ Kimi'iiii'iit for roHd

The which must be tak- ipemoimljv I or li.uttorinl. ) I Interest of the County. I I mid, C'crtlOnte Imucd was In the name ,iliihl ot,. \MIJIKI' r,.,', nlde w Ill beri
step I I In, milil, milt on the ItrKt, Mnmliiv. InMm nf Lester II Pana throuu rIms
ser\ed 1 lioui parcel
'. V.HJ.) .,me deliiK the 4tli ilnj nf I Unless laid Certificate ihall be re-
en In carrying the war to Japan Is hlulu thole In mi \lntlnir) iCIcle I'tmij
I :\,0..11 t.: Ot \I'I'LII''fIO'iI I xii,M month mul tlierunfti-r, to lie \\ltli '' (Paid Political Adv.) I li-cmed according to law, property de- I Lots 1 nnil J Illix'k 1. Okoecbalii.e -
an obvious one-to disrupt and to' OH T.\\ III-Ml HII hi Clerkoiir written <.lefenneM, If I VII .. __ ,"'rll",',' therein shall he Hold to the lli'lk'lil SiihillvlHlon I'urt of
I4$'" I of 11)13Ni.llii' allY, to the 11111 of Cnmplnlnt In Milil, I I highest hlddor at the Courthouse door I of SW/i of Sec. :::1. Twp. :37.flgi' .
break the long-extended Nipponese I In lii'ri'hKhin Hint, IM Alilcnmin the time '.,'rlh.,1 In IIIA.Men '. month of f,4
milt nl lr the first Monday In the
I I Inn I :n: Ate 1I"Il. 1V: <.7 ft S' of NB
holder of Tin (YrlillFiili* No.I .In tall, not or Jinltimi'Mt, ,will )lie FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: April, 1IM2, nhlrh I. the 6th day of of I'W' of KWV4. run W 208.7ft.
supply lines. Hundreds and in TI'. IxKiii'il the nth nt Cor ,
C ilnv August ilefuillt.
nti "nil ii nlliHloti by April 1142.Iiatpil! I
NO. 2 j .. S' SI ft.. K JIM.7 It N 'I ft. toHog.
All I ., 111."i! him llli'il mum in lin. ...r.II" II ,IK Inrlhi'i' linlereil hull IhU Ilrilel II DISTRICT I' this 27th clay of February,
.. Sec. 21 'l'\\'p. 37 HII'''. 33.
some cases, thousands of miles of ,, : him mnili', iiiilli'iitliin|'| fur n Till ,I ,. Hliilll, hi pllMlxlieil oliee eni'h, Ucek 194.
.. addition to
I. t 7 Bliick' 110.: 1st
Hi'i'il ln> ImiiiiMl, Ilii'tvim. Siilil ('ITillliiifi' week III Hie
in I raimeenllve
for four 14)) ItOY It. RAri.ERSOX.!
water lie between Lots U and 10.1I1'k ,
bases ikeibolii-e.
Japanese South (
I ,'"''hrll'' .'. rtn> fiilliiwlnir, II,'- "k.'p"hc'U, II uewnpiiper' ofVentmi I take this opportunity to an. Clerk Circuit (Court SoutaOkiecholiee
I :lIlt: ), fat Addition to
xivjlH'il( |>r and areas she has conquered. Her I nounce that I am a candidate for Oki-colioboe Cniintv. Flnrldn. .
< >. Mute, nf Kliirlilii. in wit : 1.. I Ikeeeholiee" ColllltKlorllhl. I ICIruill Court 1'\uflI) nf 'IliiInternnl Improv.emeiie .
lifeline I si' f MI; f SKI, nr S\V4. the. nliovu in reelection as County Commissioner 'i'u'ulNIc'N
consists of her merchant 'J ( i In U'llel miiiKht I III i iI -36) 40 I'lind of The State of Florida.
s,','. .'(). '1'1'' .17 It II'. !li.! ContainInif furt-clime uiortKiiicei ,
| I tilled xnll U I to
from District No 2. I will apprecl. V ltt)\: R. RAII.ERSON.Agent .
fleet and .
naval convoys. So long .1 iicrcH ileni'l'Iheil.
i""illli"l I the flJIuiO'iutlt 1 propel I TrilHtees I. I. Fund.
'I:In. iiKM-KKiiii'iii i>r milil |l.r.'rCy| un- I "IN' sIt lull te 1111'I\ I ljl"K In &)ilei'u'itulLlL'liI ate your vote and support. NO'TICK OF ArrLIC\T10N FOB I
I'ollnlt'lflrl it
: OkWMholioe *
as she has I '
enough protected ton- .
ili'i milil, tvi'tllli'iili', I Umii'il, nun In the 'iniiiM. Florliln. ton it : rntrn
C. F. WALKER -40-ft
inn, ,' ",t I II I. I II I IniiliKjhI I I."t MX Mil). Block Twelve It'JIol l..."* of 1935 ,
nage to carry the Immense quantities lili'nn milil, (Vrlllluitc shut) lie r.. SiinlliucHi, Aililltlon to ilkeerhobee (Paid Political Adv.) Notice, Is hereby given that Bethel

of supplies needed by her expeditionary iIi'iMiM'il. m'innlliitf I In Inw. pniirrt| Hi. *. .Klorliln aeiurdlnK to pint V Sloan holder. nf Tax Certificate No.
,,rlhi'il Ihi'i'i'ln" Nlnill .In milil t" HIPlilirliint IIr,1\, Aililllliin ret'onleil \In the IMt, l IUII.d the 3rd day of September.A .
forces she will hold the hut hr Mt I lie CuinttimmH iloorMII nil lie of I Ihv, t lelk of the llrelilt D I'l.'H! hni, flied snnie In my office LOST Between Hlcora and Lake

upper hand. Once substantial Inroads II... first \liiinlnv In I In' month of I Com 1'1 I of I Ikeeeholiee Cumin'. P'tuur FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: hus inn do application for a Tax Placid Feb. 24 : Everwear alumInum -
are made Into her Mu. V.HJ, vlilih l II I lie mil' ilny nfMm 1,111. In 1-lnl Hook 1. pnxe 7. nnil DISTRICT NO. 5 J"...d tu he ...".'11 thereon. Said Cer.
transportand '. tin.. for KHin-riil relict tllli'flte einhrHi-rs the following de- set. children's clothing val
fighting fleets she will have to Hnii'il Mil, :nttH' ilm, iif Mnnh. 1'!<4.. \\' I'l' :M-:I'lilY\ 'hmnl iiml" Ihe mill nfmilil I wrllied property In tho County ofOkoechdliee
battle against KOII: IIAri.l.KoiiN, CiMiit. nt Okeeehobee} (ikeeihobeeConnl Slnle nf Klorldn.. to-wlt : uable papers. Reward. John D.
steadily-mounting Clclk. Circuit Court ofI 1).. riorliln. lhl. :H.t iluu' "r I hereby announce my candidacy 1 ot 2, Block Y. of South Okee'I
odds. And the farther she goes iki'i'i.Imhi'p. ) I'oiuitv. lorliln. III r'h. .\ I'" U. for reelection to the office of Coun. holier Porter, Dundee. Fla.
n 'In, nil" ,',,"rl vfiili, 41.45url 1(0II.. 1I.\I'I.tll"IIX.
across the wide Pacific the I
more V Clerk of Circuit CourtiCIrnilr tv Commissioner from District No. S 1 1I
shipping she will require. :\ ( I-: 1)1 M'l'l(' \'riONMilt I Court HenllErrdl I for Okeechobee County. I will ap. ,

Therefore there Is encouragement 1't\ IIH-II l 1'\. \\ille. predate the vote and support of
in i.iin i>r inn: I'iiul'oligru's',
casualties our military N'ntltu IM heri'hy KIMII thnl I*. :-\11,11\ 'it's for, Conipliilnant. 4143NOTICK everyone.

forces and those ol other United Sihiirfix'hwi'nll. holiler of Tax Cortl- V R. E. (EDDIE) BASS.
Nations fli'iinNIK J1I17 tu 217H. Inf., limned ,
have '
been Inflicting on I H., '. Mli iI.i'; "f Viiirimt' .\ I li i: 1IUII, linn, iikeiMholiie i'""111)', lorliU\ a, (Paid Political Adv.
Japanese shipping. Much this I pOle" hue iiimlc & >* I '
of filed sunnin inv ( ] I"'h Itt. 1114.1.\ V l 7.o' ?,/
ne\us has never made the headlines, '' 'III loll, ,I'T,, II '11' IH'lll .lo. III' iHDIII'll NoriCK I JM HKHKBl: 1t\'EX; '1'lout I -
<'O *,101 Ci I'I''ill'" 11''' 11(1,11111'H, the II uf Chapter Isi'HI.Ln I c
which have been puiminnt to Section FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ,
largely occupied riillonlnx ili'Hiillii'il |iriinitj| 'In the, o of I'lorliln\ Ai'lll1'i.) known in '
I',. accounts of Japan's success in I iniini\' ,,i uki"',ii'hnliii. xinti' nf Mor lb. MUIII'IIV ACT the follow Inv tleuhiil ,' DISTRICT NO. 3

taking and mopping-up Pacific po- i I Mil' I 1,1,1 til Mil 1 IM I lm ink .':!'. "lIly I, ,,mill,", .I i, liiinl whl, III he likceehnbcu ofiered for ouiity sole, at,

*. ions But it is the kind of news nf .I lki'ei'hu'heo.'I public outcry for the hIghest! and lust I wish to announce that I tim ,i
,HI.C, -.""'11'' if ,Kllill |in.ll'ltIlll| of (lie'i'u'uuuitu"'e
that. in the long tun will do muchto CiTlldcnti' ".11..01 WIIK In the eimh bid. iiilijt-i-t lo the rlKlit candidate
ill'r milil II.... I Inlcrmil I I ImpH'Mlntutmini for the office of Count
of .liiini'M I':. I\'.'.li'K. I H. Etln I ,
Oil 1l11 lilil", ut
determine the cutcome the mid nil
of II. Y to rejeit nuy Commissioner from District! No 3. '
,"," IL-II I II I I II n..lfrl'l. anil' tli.
war. AS Paul Mallon puts it. "Day I.'i'ku'tt. the Court. """."'. nt 111 Kiineuielit A.M: on hit for Okeechobee County in the Pn J. :-
,, i Vi' 1111"111 "liilll l h.. TO 7i. h iln" -if MH.V. 1UU 0 ,
I il 1"l I "
< "
by day in every way. our Navy and < III". iroielllip. roml,, tlttlH il'u" %;uS' .''Hi leit wide will mary Election to be held May 5 -
ili" 'Mini "i'oI'" hug I lo | | throutfi
Arm have been pecking away 41 "' .I, I III' 1'I'lll ill,111 Ii,' .,lll to (lie be rcnerveil' from any imtccl, .'"'",. 11,11.1., I will appreciate the vote and sup .il 4
iMniinn ,
lime l I. mi ,
the l oiirllloiiie ilooron nlilm\
I lilUn l i nl
the .
mainly indispensable but sw.jo
Hi.' Mrxl Momlio' In the month "fM Iu> oi $LlIi' of s\vv( port of everyone. -
unspectacular phase of the Jap at- i\ I'HJ. nlilih .IK I the Ill, iliiv nfM '1'"" |,. :I7. Ktfi' a:3, L'uutiluluv 20 -F. M MO3LE1' '

tack-the transport supply and I 'i\ IIHJlui.il I tills. l I.i ,iliu of Alirll Wi! 'un's I 1.,1". Jlnnil: J4. Blmk It WrlnhtA (Paid Political Adv.) I '

tanker ships and their convoy pro- MlI ItAl'l: .UIIMIN. ; I III UK S H of 1'1"r M'4i IWO V -

tetion," i li Ik, lit"'ii,, It Court of I.I. 'Iwp. !!:it ligit. 40.'Irtutem Interim]
iikni'liol'ii," Coiinu. riorliln"' ; ot the I I,'OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
The toll of Japanese losses to im- 11-43 luiprou-nieiU I'1"' ot lhMite
I .1 "'' lilt 'Oil N' .1 Klollilu DISTRICT NO 1
prtifci'e Up to March 19 the V ..ji'lit 'lrn''tc<'. ( de
Itiiileiion in
i\ I lu\: I ii! I hereby announce that I am a
United Nations officially reported :Ml IK h: III XI'1'I.KriO> I. I l-'mul Ukl' hul.u, ColllitJ.Klorld '
I hIlt '1'\ \ nun 37 H candidate for the office of County .
the sinking of 110 supply ships and 1)I
I I I.HH or IIHJ: Commissioner from District No. 4
damaging of 54 or a total of 164' :\,,tin' I- lii'i l Iu uhin hull 1'. .1. AIR I ,
P.I\I. IoII'u''I'l'\ I .us Ci'ltlllillte Nibs> New for Okeechobee county. I will ap.
put out 01 action. That, according :I 1 t., I.Ill' I Ini, "uuuInl.' :: iKHIleil, the Subscribe For The predate vote and support.

to the most reliable estimates. is in ::1,1: ,, 'I, p"I. 11I1.,1'! All. .. III' ', hisslii. Per Year your CONDITIONEDDependable
1..1 ,",",. I" ,in,, ",1'h"\ UllliU HP- $2.00 C. E. DRAWDY
xcess of 20 .per cent of all Japanese _
Paid Political Adv.)
shipping which can be used for _
V (Som/MI
supply purposes.The ,
United Nations further reported .

the destruction of 17 Japouiseis. From where I sit COMMITTEEWOMAN: : Service

along with 21 damaged. .

and the sinking of 22 destroyers.plus I wish to announce that I am a I Low Fares _ _

12 damaged. Two Jap battle y candidate for State Democratic Ex.

ships have been sent to the bottom frIuIr' ecutlve Committeewoman for Okee. '

And so ha\e three aircraft I bY Joe Marsh chobee county. I will appreciatethe Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

i vote and of
carriers. support everyone. I
and the North.
The United Nations' ship losses | LUCILE STELLO. ,,

have of course also been great. ;i (Paid Political Adv.) Northbound

But the military Importance of 'i BESTstorekeeper I ever knew was a Well. the brewers feel the earns V b. OKEECHOIEE . 5:401.1.4: 2:10: PI.4Ar.

such losses: can only be judged in I\ fellow named Sam Abernethy. way about It. They don't want their FOR MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC LAKELAND. TAMPA : : : : .. 10:101.1.4':::101.1.4 '& 55 so PI.4 PI.4 Costs Less than OliVla-

the light of replacement capacity. i I Sam's penalty was to take over beer sold in wrong surrounding INSTRUCTIONS: / DISTRICT NO. 3: Ar. ORLANDO . 10 so 1.1.4 745 PI.4 0.. !.u.d
some run-down store that some They know it doesn't pay. And they Ar. JACKSON\lILL& 1.15 PM 11.45 PI.4 Way Trl"
According to Mr. Mallon, Japan's'merchant Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 44S PI.4 125' 1.1.4AI'
shipbuilding capacity is : body else had given up as a failure. know it hurts the good name cf I hereby announce that I am a'' LAKE CITY . 2.2& PI.4 1:101.1.4 MIAMI $ 2.10 $ 3.14
Then Sam would turn it into a gold beer.I IACKSONVILLI ..40 7."
300,000 to 400000 gross tons per'' candidate for re-election as a mem- ; bOKEECHOBEE . 4.40 PI.4 1045 PI.4 TAMPA 2.30 4.15Ar.

year. We will build in the neigh- mine. was reading the other day how her of the Board of Public Instruc- I JACKSONVILLE . 1.451.1.4 '::151.1.4 LAKSLANO lee 3.4
"But the most Important thing the brewers and the beer distributors OIlL.NDO 2.S0 4.541
borhood of 6000,000 gross tons this ..ons from District No. 3 for OkeeI I Dlllfer CoNNECTIONS Ar JACKSONV'LU, TAILSTALLAIIASSSI
5.65 10.2'
of all, he used to say, "l. to remember work together and cooperate 2ND
year and almost twice as much chobee county In the May Primary. lAKE CITY ..35 7.15
who's BOBS!I" with law enforcement authorities. '011 ALL POINTS NOIITH AND WfSr. An.NrA. IS.OS
that I: re-elected as a member of this
next year. In addition to our
"You think are BOBS of The Idea is to make careless beer MACON 7.tS 12."
allies will produce a considerable ,. may you retailers clean their places and oard I promise the people of the Southbound Going V.LDOSTA 5.31 '.M
your business but jou're not. up ounty that I will continue to give LvOKEECHOBEE . 44() PI.4 104S PI.4 BIRMINGHAM '.50 17...
tonnage. The Public, your customers are the practices or close up. 'Cu,. MIAMI . 8.50 PI.4 2.301.1.4 NEW ORLEANS 11.20 20.2e
shouldrun 1 them the same service In the fu-
This does not mean we
real bosses mid you'\. g 't t.> CHICAGO 11.05 32.$0
Ja S a uue as I have In the past. ReturnIng ..
the danger of minimizing NEW TOIK CITY 16.00 2. .
run your business the way ','I'll Ly. MIAMI . 10001.1.4 200 AI.4
pan's existing flzhting fleet and want It." T'r ) W. J. THOMAS. Ar. OKEECHOBEE 2:10: PI.4 5.40 1.1.4
I seem
"Irn and It
Paid Political! Adv.)
merchant navy. Her main battle (
S e S t <. t l lo \inik.! I under- I'

fleet has not yet been in evidenceIn 1' 111 opttion 111 y 1'. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

this war, and Is perhaps being That little statement of Pan"'! : -. b -s and Is being 1 <;R MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC I

held In reserve for a major engement. made a big impression on mj INSTRUCTIONS: DISTRICT NO. i:

".\ It U likely that she has particularly since .It e,' II i airly ------
> -
e thing hen --
> a -
more fighting cratt! than used to I seemed to work so Vvtll iu ;fc'am'jcase. :! ; i is the gumption I take this opportunity to an- ,- _

lie generally! believed-there a ceii. -' u 'J that en Its OlIn I nounce that I am a candidate for _

; lilly! no reason for thinking that I And Sam Isn't the only one. I :. -i ii Sam Abernethy te-electlon as a member of the
:.10 carried out her part of the tee the beer industry feE 11 I' j I.. :i :0 briers 'should be Board of Public Instructions frcm

lu.al limitation agreements which same way certainly, the brew.. I :;1 ul bocau5e District No. 1 for Okeechobee County I

he and all other naval powers ers believe in running their bu 'II \I- tl. I""' '-g their business the In the May Primary. I have ,

s nod back In the '20' What this I ness the way you and I would Uk.I I,' '.. "_ /uijii@ Wants to ace it fll n.Qce served as a member of this board

does mean li that. unless all authorities ,I to lee it run. for the nearly few years and It re-

are wrong, Japan does not S e C c.ected: to this! otle I will continueto
possess a ship replacement capa- fJCaU1'U give the people of the county the I
Folks like ua like to nee beer <
<. t.y in any way comparable to ours. I same fair and Impartial consideration -
sold In clean quiet decent places.i .
r Japan probably spent 20 year preparing i I in the future that I have In

for this war. aM aha .had a the past..

big edge It tile ttart. Our lob is W. II. HARDEN
Series 1912
No. Si of a Copyright, Brining Industry Foundation .
to overcome that cdje. (Paid Political Adv.)





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(Continued From Front Page) DEFENSE

The 'Chobee a little paleface-who had *

Bugler stand clOKe-by where I dined

sumptuously. With one eye on
the lucky Indians. BUY

FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL After ,,e had barbecue-any- ,
way after we ate, the fan UNITED

- - - _______ _________________ __ _. ------------------- really started Sports for field

,. 'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF day -sack races tug-of-war for STATES

I times. If, on the other hand, they Remember this Is all In both men and women foot j SAVINGS
EDITOR ................................. .... ........ ........................ .... WINIFRED CROUCH I use Increased Income properly they You are never too fun seniors to- \I| races beauty contest, baby |

ASSISTANT EDITOR ... ... .......... ..... ... .. JUNE CHESHIRE will be in a. good position to meet young contests etc. Pie eating con BONDS

BUSINESS MANAGER .... .. ...... .... ALICE DONALDSON whatever problems the future may defend your liberty buy Defense j I test.( Oh, yes the pie-eating I AND STAMPS ,

SPORTS EDITOR ........ ................ .......................... .'. MARY McLAUGHLIN hold, bonds and stamps today-and keepon contest was sure tun.perla rI

CLASS EDITOR ..... .. . ................ ..... .... LILLIAN LEITNER Don't forget-"Food for Freedomand buying! ly with the squaws! Nice large I

CLUBS EDITOR ......... ..... ESTELLE SANDERFUR Defense Bonds and Stamps! PS.-Can you picture seeing chocolate meringue pies were
-V- used and boy how those
.. .. "VOICE OF THE STl'DENT"lIy squaws went for It! With their
-- -- possible, where?
- --- Lh. k
I hands held back of them. and I
"WHAT THE AMERICAN: I! Girl Scout badges and membership Opinion v I on their knees lined up on I II -_ ---- _

CREED MEANS: TO :ME" :,' cards had come but that they would THE SAME OLD QUESTION both sides of a long bench they i I ...-. :..:..:..:-<..:..:..:..:..:.<..:..:......)
(By 10th grade boy) Not long ago we had the question went to work-and how! ButI
The American's Creed to not' be presented until we had an
"Will Jeff ever be as tall as didn't think It was quite fair
has two
means the right to live and be Investiture Service at our Mother- Of course, any question Gilbert Theatre
tides but always one side Is right. Mutt? We had the answer, too. It 'cause Omealke t U think It was
Every man. woman and Daughter banquet the first week in There has been considerable \\as-It he eats right. But not she) had more brads around
child no matter how rich .
are or how May discussion) on the subject of danc- many of "you-all little chll'uns" her neck than SuIelIelu e. or OKEECHOBEE
poor equal. We are nation
,. of many states-all under a Our first requirement as Second ing. AS for me, I can see whereno have been doing that. any of the others (roughly I ------ ----
one gov- When the seventh grade girls would 25 Ib"I.) Well, she
ernment. The Class Girl Scouts was worked on. harm could come of dancing if I
Is for I
government I stand apples, some of you laughed could and did hide more merlni i PROGRAM FOR WEEK ENDING
the people-to The requirements are: ((1) Five it is done at the right place, time.
enemies. We elect protect us our points' of health; ((2) Table-setting; In the right way. ? i], at them. The Home EC girls had rue In her brads and ears than APRIL 9
our own
officials! it government the- (i3) Cooking; (4) Bed-making; (5) Take the place first No parent I some chickens for an experiment. Porahontas ever had wampom' i|
so by I'!I The ones we fed carrots, grits, milk, enough to buy .Anyway I un-
people that'e sewing: ; (8) Observation; (7) Fire would want their child to go to a I
elect the ones we are think governed best We building; (8) Compass. (9) Know Juke; joint" to dance, but on the I'I tomato( Juice and raisins, grew to drrstand she won. But what amen FRI. & SAT.

fitted for the work he or are she has review; ((10) Nature study; ((11) other hand, parents are highly in be strong. The ones we fed cake. she was In! And what a !| GENE: AL'TRY
to do. Signaling code; (12) First-aid; (13) favor of dancing if It Is done In a coca cola and grits weighed only a time I had. Do I like b.trbeI I -In-
In of fire 14) The National well-chaperoned hall. third as much as the others. Do cue!
In America we have Justice. No case ; "Down Mexico Way"
man Is punslhed for deed Anthem and The Flag: 15) Thrift Time Well. no school child you want to look like the small But this Is what Is fine about 1
wrong 1 chickens? The right diet! doesn't this tribe of Seminoles to -ako-
without a fair trial ricans The report on the collection of should stay out after 12 p.m. Also, Up
I .n*
have sacrificed their lives and tinfoil, rags and soft tin tubes was t they should not go on school nights mean you can't have a coca cola- this writing they have bought RONALD: ('OLE\I: \Sand
fortunes for freedom. much better this week. Very soon Friday night Is an excellent) time ''I it' means you should drink your over $4,000 worth of Defense ANN: LEE

and humanity. It equality Is the, dutyof justice you won't be able to get anythingIn and, after all it only comes once !1!! quart of milk! before you drink your bonds More power to them! -In-

every man, woman and child In a soft tin tube, unless you turn a week. i'( coca cola. Are you buying bonds? At leastI "My Life With Caroline"also

America to defend Our 'in' a tube at the time of purchase New for the way to dance: This Now that we're in war, we owe hope you are buying a few -

This Is what the Country American's -for which we will be glad. dAfter not mean the step you do or I I it to Our Country to be healthy. Defense savings stamps each DISNEY CARTOON
; I I I
Creed means to me. It Is the symbol the meeting adjourned the whether you waltz or Jitterbug j jDon't Anyone who doesn't eat like he or week.: i -
I she should is not patriotic I If you "BUY FOR VICTORY"Well
of America-My following people went to "Bubby"Loutham's { drink anything stronger than
her Don't how see anyone eating wrong regard be a-sreing you.-Oble. SUN. & MON.
(Seventh Grade English Comp.P.RTlES .) to help give a sur- punch see tight you i
V pike brlthday party: Cherrie, Tinny tan hold your paitner.'l i I as an enemy."Just interested V GARY COOPER
Polly Babs. Cathie, Minermo. Dancing Is an art-there is always I 1 I In yoU and My Country and CARD OF THINKS -In"SERGEANT-

Shortie Ginger, Jo, Josle, Millie, something new to learn. I'm the same Home EC girl tryingto I wish to thank the voters of YORK"
Thursday night, o.HS. "Kid"
J to watch vitamins'I"
Bubble, Sure-Stuff and Connie Dancing could play a large, constructive get you Okeechobee county through The also
was climaxed with a "kid" partyat -
Outdoor were played under -- part in life. It is an VAN
games your
the Woman's club. We'll tell Okeechobee' News for their loyalsupport :NEWS and CARTOON
a full moon. and the party was i entertaining as veil as an educational and cooperation for the
all about it
you next week. --- --
climaxed with the opening of gifts pastime. !1' Friday afternoon two A. O. club
past four years to me as a memberof
Stop look, and listen! All high THURS.
school students are invited to meet J lighting the candles on the cake I see no reason for anyone to i members Dorothy Conrad and the Board of Public Instruction.and ;. WED. -
and then the eating of the delicious i object to dancing if It Is done at) Juanita Pearce were sent to Tallahassee I desire your continued cooperation DON AMECIIE
at the schoolhouse at 8 30 tonightfor
cake and punch. the right place, time. and In the to represent our club at and BETTY GRABLE
a big community party. It will
V right hay the state convention. On the trip -In-
be a treasure hunt and everybody While I served in this capacity,
i FUTURE FARMER WEEKLY My suggestion: The school I 1 we were well chaperoned by two
must be ,on time to get a good ( I'i and as I have no opposition for "Down Argentine Way"
start from the schoolhouse.We I I should sponsor dances, allowing! : nurses, who proved to be very Interesting this office, It makes me feel that IN TECHNICOLORalso:

have the missionary circle of By Silvanns Hardenc pup Is of high school to part t my labor in this cause has met -
the Baptist church to thank for Well. ,, ll'ell., what do 'ya I e I ticipate! They could be chaperoned j Arrived In Tallahassee at 11 with: some approval and I will continue SPORTS :NEWS
know? Future Farmers sure -will I by teachers or by citizens In i o'clock Friday night. Two students 11 : to give careful considerationto
the financing of this community I i ______
make good politicians! Some of theboys favor of dancing. I'm sure that i I and a teacher were at the stationto 11 the cause
party and the YWA as directors.
Remember, it's still viseversathe are really getting down to t the citizens of Okeechobee would I meet us. After registering at W. H. Harden. I FREE SHOW NIGHT
work trying to get the office theywant approve of this pastime. j I the student Alumnae building'we V Tues. April 14
girls are to ask the boys! ,
In the election which will beheld Mr. Principal if you will do this |I \were taken to a camp.
Girls, be sure and bring that CARD OF THANKS Get your tickets for premiumsof
next month. This isn't the j for -us the pupils of Okeechobeehigh i Saturday morning we were up
date! regular way of elections but theboys : school will, in return stayhome i I Ii. bright and early After a delicious I wish 'thank the people of Sinclair Stations!

I I See ya tonight 8:30: school-I are doing this Just for fun. 1 on school nights, study hari, i breakfast, a school bus took us to Okeechobee for their many kindnesses -

I house! I The cigars socn will be passed i der. and be happier! I' the college. We arrived at the \ and the fine flowers they (COMING SOON-

1 V around but no drinks of the itronger V student Alumnae building where we sent me during my recent illness.Mrs. "Life Begins For Andy Hardy"
_ :. A. O. CLUB
.. .. j | W. H. Russell.
type. Not'many have-<:ome out.n Whate Can Do For Our Country heard many Interesting speeches 1 "Return of Frank James"
I The A. club has continued to but will V
the race they probably about defense. I "Slerpjlime Gal"Sunrise
grow and is gaining popularity. We start their It is the land the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons of
soon campaign. seems My Country of | 10 am-There was a roll call ofI .
hope that some day our club will: as if the president's office Is the free and the brave the land oflibertywhere I clubs. The president of each club Sarasota were visitors who spent .:..:..:..:..:..;,,:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.0:"If.
become as well known as the Fu- election. II! the week end In Okeechobee visiting .. .
big thing' in this As everyone is equal was to tell about the activities carried -

of ture things Farmers have of happened America'in the A lot A. j things get hotter well keep you American people have died for'' I'' on since their club had been friends and-0-relatives. :..:..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)
posted. They may not get so hot :Luadom, equality Justice and hu- o:ganlzed.o .
O. club since the laSt time you as I expect due to the war. manity. We each have a part j One of the most Interesting Mrs. B. O. Bowden and granddaughter -

heard from It. Nw to the serious things of thee cio Are we going to do our part? speeches was "Our War Reipaiiil Orville Ann Lln enfel- TheatreFORT

I guess you all know about ; lutuie Farmers who have Just a Yes1..' are! |Uillty" an. "Food and Health by j I jt i ( ', left Sunday for Tallahassee,

"pie-walk" we had on the 21 of' lair memory, plus a half-way good As long as we live there will be Dr. Margaret H. Sandels, dean of i where they will make their future PIERCE

March. It turned out quite successfully Judgment, will not make the mis- an America I No Germans, Japs, School of Home Economics, FSC home.
!! even thigh thereas -0- --- -- -
takes now that brought so much or Italians can take our Ideals W.
just six pies .11 and financial ruin to so manyarm from us. We can do our part. by i|j I At 1 p.m. we went to the "Old George H. Heath of Vero Beachwas Today & Saturday
We were all invited to attend the pecple at the close of theother buying Defense bonds and stamps j: Dining hall" where about GOO per- a business visitor in Okeecho-

Home Economics club conventionin I \\'orld"ar.. Financial havocwrought and saving tinfoil soft tin tubesand I sons enjoyed a delightful luncheon. I bee jesterday. Douhla Feature

Tallahassee last Saturday. We .,I W1 s by farmers going! on rags! A (Tenderfoot) Girl' j II Later in tie afternoon went -0- I JACK BENNY -
couldn't get a school bus for transportation j I: at the of the'ud j Albert Berka returned to his|
a spending spree peak "tout. I, to the student Alumnae building CAROLE LOMBARD:
because, as we all realize, :i I : Inflation of that era and buying V I where members of the Home Eco- home here Sunday after spendinga
gasoline and rubber are too pie- I i land livestock and other things :My Opinion I I ncmlcs class'presented the following I week in Fort Pierce, where he -in-

c.ous The club members elected incidental to farming at two or skit; "Vitamins for the Ward- went for a short rest. I "To Be Or Not To Be"

Juanita Pearce, Frances Knightand |i I three times their normal value. (By I. M. Unknown) robe." We only wish that every )I -0- 1 -also I -

Betty Jane Whidden to go as They bought many things they The senior class as Individualsare ; Home E: girl had been there to D. J. Hunt was carried to the .I.t"( ILLE B \LL JAMES: C'RtIG
delegates of our club. Juanita and, needed, but at too high a price. swell But when they try to have seen the dresses that were I Fort Pierce hospital last night suffering '
, Dor thy Conrad went. We are all. did notI not "so from a serious head ailment. -In-
and also many things they work together they are made for only S cents!
proud of these girls for going and I need-at any price. hot." I know it Is not their! spon- At 4 pm. there was a tea at the We learn that he is Improving today VALLEY OF THE SUN'

representing our club. They Farmers should use the IncreasedIncome sor's fault because she reallyknows Home Management house. Aboutpervns I .
brought back a lot of new ideas and -o-
they are getting now so as her business. : f' were entertained. !
helped our club a lot their to Albert, for example. He Is i Word has been received that Dr.> I Sunday & MondayOLSEN
to Increase ability cope Take | '> p m.-We we-e taken to all he |
Juanita Pearce resigned from I with future uncertainties. Part of' a mighty fine boy but when a girl .:teiestlnj places in Tallahassee t', T. T. Coleman who has been a : &: JOHNSON

her otlee as president last week. it should go into buying adequatefood around and her slip is showing inc'udlng! the governor's mansion8nd | patient in the Good Samaritanhospital i{I -ln- .

Catherine Woodham our vice-pm-1 clothing, and other family es- he can be awfully embarrassing at the capitol building : at West Palm Beach, to'Is {

Ident, will now act as president un- | sentials and the Implements and .nes. Right girls? J. O. is all 7 p.m.-Supper at the camp. '! slowly improving and expects 'I "HELLZAPOPPIN"wlth

tit our next election of officers. | equipment that are necessary to right if just you and he are by Sunday morning Breakfast at return to his home here next week. -

... Frances Knight, reporter. i I carryon normal farming opera- yourselves way off but he finds It camp. Bus at 12:30.: Couldn't' -)- I ).MVRTIIV.\\'E
---v---- Ions In the most economical man- n psssibb to keep his mouth shut I make bus connections and had to' Mrs. J. Louie carter and son of
GIRL SCOUTS i ner. Where lumber and labor are ,, ..:n in a crowd. Mr. Durranced I| stay In Tampa Sunday night, West Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs. I -- ---- ---

The Girl Scouts met Tuesday for till available some Income should .- the only time he is quiet !Is I L. E. Jennings and children. Jensey I Tuesday & WednesdayHENRY

their weekly meeting. The meetingwas I : into fixing up the farm home. "when he Is asleep." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mae and Mr. and Mrs. Stricklandof IONDl0. .\ -

opened with "A Thought for Part should go into the children's Lie Juniors find the seniors hard Sunday school, 10:30: am. I' Miami were visitors who spent
the Day" The' Flag Salute 'and ': education If In debt they should ti acal: with. The seniors were so Morning worship 11:30: o'clock. Sunday and Monday in Ok << I GENE: TIERNEYrs.

the slngaig of "The Star SpangledBanner. i t.fed: up paying off the debts andnor set on a banquet that the juniors Training! Union, 7:30: pm.'b I as the guests of Mr. and -In-

." i I tgages. If free of debt a por- broke Mr. Durrance's heart and de- Evening worship, 8 30 o'clock. W. B. Jennings for a family reunion "Rings On Her Finger"

We had one new Tenderfoot and I M->n should go into Defense savingsbonds. i oea to give one for them. The Prayer meeting Wednesday evening on the birthday anniversaryof I .u ___

we dec:J-1: t to call her (Mary Ellen life insurance, or other forms si'u.or president was one of the 8:30.: t Mrs Jennings.

Walker) "Jo" as a nickname. We :j' aavlnqs few local boys to have dates Tues- "Come thou with us and we will --- Thursday
Mildred "Millie JoAnne I If farmers should let higher in- uight. Wonder why? Connie do thee good."
nicknamed i
"J sle," and Shlrey "SUI 1.- ,| 'ernes encourage them to a new it's\y too bad you finished school V ...-. :'.;......:...'...........'..................;..................; .:., BARGAIN DAY

Stuff." ; period of speculation, they wouldbe ahead of time because "The Casons J. D. MING: :!f.
Miss Finger reported that our inviting another scourge of bad are rolling along." Funeral services for J. D. Mingi-:-' 1I..a(S,: 1 "LLG ,'. 22cRlC

38 who died at the home of his 't' ;', II.RDnus -
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I mother, Mrs. R. O. Ming after along :X Registered Real Estate lrnkci :y: JEW PARKBH
I Illness were held at the homeot 1| X
: his brother E. J, Ming last Sunday j (.. :..'r r! -In"TORPEDO-

ttfis is NO TIME TO SWAP EXPERIENCE AND The body was sent to Brun- |:| REAL ESTATE ANDINSURANCE ::_ BOAT"also

RYEP< i fABILITY' FOR .1 MXPERJENCEI\ \ dtdge.He Is Ala survived for burial.by his widow, Mrs. ;!: :t ALICE- FAME-

t .
Ethel Shepherd Ming a son and a 3. .&;
daughter; five brothers, Elton. Percy ;f] "}**.> : -In-
For Railroad CommissionerGroup
Alpha Ralph and Robert; two| | Okeechobee, Fla.ie t "THAT NIGHT IN RIO"
( One) sisters, Mrs. Leona Langston and : : IN TECHNICOLOR

I Mrs. Gurthie ooodwyn.V .:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:.,:..:-....:..:.. ..:..:..:":--). ).

'Y Vote to Re-elect i I 01..:.0\":";'.:..:.':'0,0JQ1tlifU \'.:..:'.:..:.,:..:..:..:..:" :", .
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d EUGENE S. MATTHEWS public Is Invited to .hear the Private Robert Ming returnedto
annual Easter musical program to Camp Walter Tex. Tuesday. He .
;had been called home ,because of
He has long record of able and efficient service as Railroad Com be given by the Methodist churchchoir \ -
a jtftrery
Sunday afternoon April 5, the death of his brother. J. D. .. JIV'I ;
missioner and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication :Ming.
at S o'clock. William D. BoehmerIs
problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first b
director of the choir.
importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends andacquohtonces

to do likewise. Subscribe For The New' ( !

Political oiltartikCfflent: paid! fix by iiipporrtn of Eufint S. Mottfowt BE WIdE-ADVERTISE $2.00 Per Y?ar tOUIO.Atttr3.Mlvi.5035




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'. ... ... ; ,- ', oW : 1,r THE GASOLINE SITUATION
The country has now had examples

I of the wrong and the right Too Late to Classify
"way to handle the so- al1ed "gas .

(oline shortage' problem.The I

wrong way was tried briefly ,
some months ago along the Atlan- By RUSSELL KAYThe

tic Seaboard. Apparently working'

with insufficient or Inaccurate Information I
SALE the government suddenly :I deep-throated voice of an cater to labor. Uncontrolled and

imposed "curfews" on service I I aroused America growled threaten- unhampered by government labor

statlcns and It was generally believed (Ingly the past fortnight In a man- found itself as dominant a poweras

that rationing; would follow ner that caused genuine concernamong ever cracked a whip. Recklessand

Then it was found that gasoline congressmen and sent a radical leaders replaced the
stocks were above normal in the chill of apprehension up and down
area and that all this level-headed Oompers. Racketeerstook
was prema- the opines of arrogant labor lead.
ture The public had been un- ers and selfish Industrial tycoons over local union groups; gang
nerrasarlh inconvenienced and The weak-hearted attempt of the sters In the guise of business agentsor

confused. administration to 'laucth It of!" as delegates stepped in to( line their
: The right< method to meet a gas- a synthetic expression instigated pockets at the expense of the worker

cline emergency is now being put hv: a minority group failed miserably and public alike The right to
PRICES SLASHED into effect In| the Pacific northwestand and the menacing growl cres- I work in certain industries deteri-

parts of the East. The public rendoed Into a mighty roar America I orated from a free American institution -

has been shown that lack of tank- from border to border and to a matter .of cold trtI -
(ci. makes normal deliveries of gas I bute; dues and assessments in-
frcm coast to coast was aroused: |1
impossible to those areas. It was and made Its feellnj: known In no i.ased. Strong lobbies( Intimidated -
ments Deliveries to service sta- urrertaln terms. legislators, demanded more and

20% Discount on KEROSENE STOVES and Ovens. not confused by conflicting state- Despite a marked improvement. l in-ie, protective legislation designed

i iv have been reduced. A gas- In the production of war materialsend tr :'Uhten I their grip on the worker
aliening system will be started. and the public with as little re-
the elimination of strikes In
20% Discount on KEROSENE HEATERS. Bard; for the employer for-
The public has accepted these restrictions "nr Industries to a minimum I. as was
I merly shown( for
America from the grass roots toi(
20% Discount on KEROSENE LAMPS. In producing centers gasoline the metropolis snarled her dUssat'sfactlon i So the swinging pendulum grad-
stocks are teaching all-time highs with the war effort and ually turned the tables to place Labor -

I and a serious storage problem is demanded more-much more. In the seat of power and like

20% Discount on GASOLINE LAMPS and LANTERNS. developing The government Is ordering Crzanlzed labor attempting too( Industry of an earlier day, failingto
Increasing quantities of appreciate the advantage labor
late to'crawl back In line with a
20% Discount on CHICKEN WIRE. aviation gas and fuel and lubricating promise of future Rood \behavior, misused that power to the end that
all her gains are jeopardized as the
oils The manufacture of these
was railed to( account for Its con-
automatically Increases the pro- sistent record of domineering arro- '.tar emergency has bruoght this

25% Discount on Glidden PAINTS, VARNISHES and Enamels. I duction of ordinary gas The difficulty nance. sanctioned racketeering,and fact forceably to( the attention of

;i is (one of distribution to regions all-around cantankerous activities. 'he public.!
America still has faith In the
40 i which depend on tanker "! the stinging lash of outraged
% Discount on ELECTRIC HEATERS. transport Many tankers have \been public: opinion finally crashed i'nil:: and file of those who work
with their hands In defense of the
destroyed; many more have been about Its ears.
transferred to cur Allies, and many I V.'i h equal relentlessness did thertl'.c country. She has no quarrel w-ltli

1 more are being used by our own cat-o-nire-talls! descend up- the laborer In or out of the unit
Bat Ame.-ica plenty fed NUn
military forces I :r. the backs of selfish and greedy' up
CIGARETTES In parts of the country where idu *rl3 lists\ profiteers and political i Hie seinsh and greedy leeches w 'o

pipe lines, railroads and trucks puppets responsible for retard- In too many Instances have u.t'hell'
i position to bring the rank and
have been the main source of transportation .'K the war efforts and attempting
file of their organizations Into di: -
the situation Is entirely
'o advance their own private or I
different There is need for rationing ronitte cause discord and disruption ; -
I no r:>lIt1cal Interests contrary to the
LUCKIES CAMELS CHESTERFIELDS there. and government( public welfare. between employer and employI -
--------------------------------------------------C I! ee. pitted worker azalnst worker.
OLD GOLDS KOOLS agencies are cooperating to( keep Startled by the concerted volume
demanded outrageous tribute from
the wheels rolling. -' the national voice the Individual
citizen and laborer alike as they
V--- citizen, slow to( realize his own con-(
WINGS AVALON 20-GRAND MARVEL DOMINO 10c DON'T EXPECT MIRACLESThe 'vibution to it, listens in amazement I line their own pockets and are noti
even called en to give an account-
SENSATION PAUL JONES ZEPHYR n.mnnm.u.... worldwide enthusiasm which to the echo and tries to un- i, In"I
followed the announcement of derstand. Spontaneous though it
I Unless organized labor rises in Its
General MacArthur's dramatic seemed, .It really came as a resultcf
mieht and cleans house In a big;
transfer to Australia and his assumption long pent-up emotions caused by
And Hundreds of Household Items
Special Sale!
on I way ridding! itself of such unwor-
of supreme command( of the misuse of power and for which
thy leaders and conducts its affairs -
all United Nations' air, army and America's deep-seated sense of jus- I
with fairness to the employer
naval forces In the Pacific theatreof tice and fair play demanded a remedy -
and the public. America vlll surely -
war, Is easily understood. He is I
pull its house down over Its ears
the war's number one hero. His Industry long dominant had
and It will awake to find itself
achievement In the Phillpines formed the policy of tramping
Gilbert Culbreth 'I stripped: of the hard-earned gains
alone makes him one of the great roughshod over the rights and Interests -
it now prizes In his heart the average -
commanders of history. of the laborer and the pub-I,'
union workman knows this
But we must not make the mistake lie. alike, using every means in its !
truth but lear of his job. fear ot
of thinking that General Mac- rwer to fain its ends, as it surged
I "i-uUvin overlords: 'has restrainedhis
Arthur brilliant and daring as he ahead concerned alone with Its own
I action. But he'd better wake
,.n ....;::11i ;" .'.-. .....r r .' .. '. ; +.' is will immediately turn the scales. ;:red and selfishness. up for America already has.METHODIST .
He cannot produce miracles. He This arrogant and heartless mis- ;t V

made that very clear on his arrivalin : use of power brought Industry into i
rlRiT : clint( II
:.NMroUrne.vhen he said: "Sue- j, disrepute made possible the rapid

-UIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIlIIIIIInIIIIHIIIIIII11IIII1lII:1! !: : !. IlIlIIllIIlIIllliHlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIillllllll! !! lllll1II11II11IIilllJl'! cess thing in more modern than war courage requires and some-willingness 1 i groups Rro-'th and of equally-powerful caused government labor to i;' Schedule* of Easter Services

-=-- --- to die. It requires careful tike a hand with stringent and yet Friday 8 to '8:43: p.m. Good

preparation. This means furnishIng ':| more stringent laws and reiUlaI '[ Friday. Services commemorating
sufficient troops and sufficient tlons. I the death of Christ. The pla

-_E.--.... ..-.--,. materials to meet the known I Shrewd political lead!"ro t-ok advantage The Thief. bv Ormal. will be pre'rn -

strength of the potential enemy. I: of the situation to build "." untie the cUre'-tlon of Mrs

LET US PRINT r No general can make something strong fences as cr>i':"/ions of .ho Cv, }-' '!' r'nrn'-frs: Edgar

E from nothing. My success or failure downtrodden laboring man. They Knight as Dysmas, Phyllis Cason

will depend primarily upon the a"l-ori 1 to labor meetings Insisted as Hannah. Sylvia Snell as Rachel

resources which our respective gov- I In a "label" on their literature and and Juanita Pearce as Mary Mag-

H ernments place at my disposal. I thumped their manly chests as | dalene

YOUR NEXT j There Is a challenge In that to j I I they hurled abuse at all employers. Sunday 7 am. Union Easter

every industry every worker, every Organized labor under the wise Sunrise service In the park. 10 a-

government official in this country.For ( I' and able leadership (of Samuel m. church school. Easter floral)

the great bulk of the suppliesof Gompers made rapid strides and service by the Junior department

ORDER OF war must come from here. Aus- I J gained In public esteem and sympathy 11 a m. Easter: sermon. Appropriate -
I ralla is a vast continent but it Government encouraged music by the choir. Baptismand
I has only 7000.000 people and relatively cracked down harder and harderon reception( of new members

I little Industry. We must become Industry at the same time goIng p.m. Program of Easter music by

the "arsenal of democracy"In ( out of its way to coddle and i.e: choir

fact, not in theory. I

I The art of generalship Is to do I

the most with what one has- to

gain maximum result at minimum I
I cost General MacArthur has shown THE

that he masters that art completely. -

But all his knowledge and com- | KNOWLEDCE Tp'PSr
petence will be useless if he lacks

the tools.
In that connection, some( of the

best recent news is that telling of tfj.i--

the production ot big bombers on
::. -
the assembly-line principle. The

Increase this has made possible in

bomber output Is a military secret,
but it Is said that It Is great. Ford

will shortly go into mass production ,

of pursuit planes on an unprecedented -
scale. We must have :
unquestioned supremacy in the
skies If our other fighting forces r

. are to gain victories I
( OP f4 O Q No b4SOJ7/I M1ROpl FIy5Weltle1SHrGWDfrWASMt
We Guarantee Our LABOR THE FARM V
N > '
The farm labor problem, grows
steadily more severe. High Indus-'

-I trial wages have attracted a great

proportion of the men who used to

i Workmanship and do farm work. And the farmer e yIN

._ competents.As must pay big. money, even to In-

a result, the Increase that has
taken place: In farm prices has '
Ii Prices Are Reasonable 'fill MffT TIU
r been largely offset by the higher AUO s CI.ICTIICIIOUT yrARIM A
cost of labor-plus the higher cost BULBS HAS MOD
of taxation supplies, and everything MI new yw*cvtvovs yoortirfaoNS
else. ,vuMeeWRrw CALL,e'Dea rv sAy tKon9
a Wf/
The cooperative marketing organizations N
are doing a good job Qt

== ; In presenting these facts to the

public. They are facts that must
r I WnVI
be taken Into consideration when
The Okeechobee News farm price ceilings are applied.

The public must realize that a

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i= = goods does not necessarily mean a 'fNewSQAtfrouvC0.laeR5,
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