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Creation Date: April 17, 1942
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Volume 27-Number 43 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 17, 1942 Price 5 Cents

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Rev. Myer Is The : BELLE!MEETS BENNETT WITH CIRCLE!MRS CASSEL, I The ObserveiBv I CONGRESSMAN SPOKE HERE YESTERDAY GREEN SUGAR COMPANY WILL CLOSE ITS

AFTERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCKHon.
,
Chairman United I TUESDAY AFTERNOON ( Bill Page) LARGEST AND BEST SEASON WITHA

I I R A (Lex) Green, con-

The Belle Bennett circle met gressman from the (Second Con-

China Relief HereIn I I with Mrs'i Cassel Tuesday afternoon PET PEEVES gressional District of Florida and BARBECUE AND CELEBRATION

Well, sir, the meeting of the candidate for the Democratic nom
i Mrs, W B Jennings gave
Okeechobee Civic club held
ination for Congressman from the ---- -
I CLEWISTON, Fla., April 16Florida's -
the devotional from I Thess 4:10- Tuesday, April 7, was a "howl-
State at Large spoke to a fairsized -
BILL IIENDRY HAS Everglades cane sugar
OPPONENT
a recent letter
from the Unit :,
,12, Mrs Roy Draughn had charge Ing success. It was Program crowd here yesterday afternoon -
In
""d China Relief, Inc. of which week and the entertainment IV R\CE FOR REPRESENTATIVE harvest-longest 11 years of con-
01 the .
program tinuous production by the United
Wendell L Wlllkle Is honorary I __
was furnished bgr the members -
(halrman; Paul O Hoffman chairman Those attending were Mesdames Congressman Oreen reviewed the States Sugar corporation-comes to
Each member wa allot- war effort that Is being made In Up In Okeechobee
county Rep- end this
I an week when the grind-
W R Herod, president: B A. W A Lawson, M. E Myer, W B "
ed two minutes to "blow off, Congress and also reviewed his services resentative Bill Hendry has an opponent Ing molars of this country's largest
Garside,
vice-president and secre41 Jennings, H Parkerson, '
'> James G, Elaine c Roy and unload their "pet peeve" to in that body His speech was -J. T. Hancock Mr. Hen- sugar house bite Into the last of a

O L, McCoy, comptroller;treasurer C Scott; Draughn and Mrs D. W CasseGovernor the assembly at Urge. well received here i dry served In the 1941 session, and record estimated 900,000 tons of

V And I ------v I as a newcomer 'In the legislative cane.
Fletcher, executive vice-chairman
; I
Otis P. Swift public relations' dl- Holland thought halls earned for himself the respect For 190 days and nights an unceasing -
was the "Every American"Canvass of every member there No
iMtor; and Bayard M Hedrlck, stream of brown, raw sug-

campaign director, Rev. M, E My- only one flamboyant legislator, Mr Hendry ar has poured from the big sugarhouse

fi pastor of the local Methodist Sets ProclamationFor 1z: who wouldhave plugged steadily along and passed here, adding upwards of 90-

church was named chairman for a Will Close the local bills neoessary for his 000 tons of this vital food necessity

the campaign to begin next Monday peeve How county, to war and civilian uses Upwardsof

\ in Okeechobee The followingis Savings WeekSTATE wrong I was When state tills of importancecame 27,000 acres of cane went Into

t a copy of the letter sent to Mr, I am a per Campaign Monday up for consideration Okee- I' the current harvest, which extended
son withouta
Myer. : : I chobee's representative gave them 16 days past the previous record -

Reverend M E. OF FLORID peeve or Ii i careful thought and voted for i, grinding season of 193339.
Mjer
Executive Department, Tallahassee worry in the There rests upon the shouldersof those things which he deemed best More than 5,000 employes were en-

Okeechobee, Florida, world as compared to most of every American, of every Floridian fan the state, 'His record is a gaged in the Harvest, which say

Dear Mr Myer: WHEREAS The Florida War the other members. In fact, the responsibility of whetheror splendid one In the House, and his production records thrice established

Your mayor has suggested that Savings committee has set aside the other members took so long not our Government Is to survive hundreds of friends are working at the sugar house, until an

we ask you to serve as chairman Incur the period from April 17 to 20 a time to tell what was wrong as a Democracy As Floridians, endlessly in an effort to return himto unprecedented 7,048 tons of cane

,' community for the United 1942, In which this state Is to makean with this, that, and the other along with every other American Okeechobee' seat In the lower | were ground In a. single 24-hour

China Relief campaign which intensive campaign for the sale thing that I had no chance to we have a Joint liability to preservethe house of the state legislature. period.

comes in April.In of United States Savings Bonds "air my views" United States as a nation of Everglades News. I i Even as the tall smokestacks,

his radio address to the nation and Stamps, and The person "digging up the free men V i: that are a landmark in the heart

on February 23 President WHEREAS, More than 30.000 of most dirt" and scattering It i We are In a total war and total HELP WIN THE WAR *f the Everglades, cease to belch

Roosevelt said: our young men have Joined the about In the most approved wars are peoples' wars Sacrifice -VThe smoke, field hands, drainage and

"It is essential that we help armed forces of their country pre- manner was declared the winner and hardship await us We do not UJ3,A. Is at war with a powerful 'maintenance crews will be prepar-

China in her magnificent defense pared to make the supreme sacrifice and preSt'ntedIth a know Just now to what extent we enemy. That means you and ing for the 1941-42 harvest.

and in her inevitable counteroffensive in defense of the Americanway I stamp album containing four will be called upon to face the de- I-all of us-are at war. We must I "For the next harvest, we shall j

for that is one Important of living, and 23-cent War Savings stamps, 1 mantis upon oua stamina, our morale have implements of destruction to cultivate some additional acreage I\

element in the ultimate defeat of WHEREAS Two Florida young 'I The particular peeve which our labor, our money, or even life and property that we may beat | so as to work toward a supply of
won fame and the War Savings I II
the first national
Japan men were among our very lives. enemies.
our | cane equal to the capacity of the
China has heroes of this their stamps was based on mod I
been better giving
war
always a needs Iron and steel "
We do know that the sons of Our country sugar house, said Jay W. Moran,
friend to America than most lives for their country and ern advertising and the headaches
peo- Floridians are making the supreme and rubber There Is a lot of old vice-president of the sugar com-
ple realize. In 1918, for example, ing honor and glory renect-j that are caused "If'n '
upon you sacrifice in the uniform of our scrap Iron in Okeechobee county. pany, "The current harvest has
, when we asked China for (100.000 ple of our state and listen" to what they tell you. '
I armed forces: We do know that Uncle Sam needs It wants It- been gratifying In many respects"
tor the United States War Work WHEREAS, We at home can do It was in the form of a poem
have he added.
we must give them the necessary and must ill I "It has wltnesed a size-
fund she Instead, $1,423000 nothing less than to give of our and was so well liked by everyone -
gave Within there able
I ; tools with which to fight to preserve the next few days expansion of badly-needed
tourten times her quota. In 1937, substance to continue to furnish that I am passing It on to
our heritage of liberty and will be someone calling for scrap housing both in the plantationsand
after the Ohio and Mississippi these men at the front with the you, along with Its quaint head-
do Iron, rubber doa in Clewlston and In
"the four freedoms, And we and paper. We can our Sug-
flood, the Chinese people, entirely equipment of wal'fare-gun&, tanks I Ing. know now that the first call upon lot toward helping to win by arland recreational area. We have

of their own accord raised more ships, planes, clothing and food, all this waste mater added to
I us, aside from these challenges to collecting up largely service and recre-

money for the relief of our victims and "OFTEN A BRIDESMUD" out moral fibre, is the privilege of lal and placing it in a convenient ational facilities for our employes,

than any other country except Can- WHEREAS There is no better, or of the collector. Just who, in turn have
..1 ---'- I lending our money to the limit place for keep demonstrated
h ,ada.., __ :.. more_talc way to do our part than ..AS-t-.mlt' jgui ability to defend our homeland."to I this in mind Every old car axel, Increased production! capabilities"Pltughing
For nearly five years now. China to buy War londs'and'"stamps" in' ""'lfIltfl tg bwlrtltestreet "'" brldgiT"the' leas and To 'procfitcesupplies old"plow'tiactot' vrheel"br what up of old fields' and

has been heroically resisting the an amount commensurate with our -
I
of have will dozen
of every description you, purchase a readying them for harvest two
As result, the Chinese income and A keeping man I chanced to
Japanese a savings and ,
anna and ammunition for our mil-I scalps of a "tawny yellowish hue"The I ears hence; care of next year's
people have suffered greatly More WHEREAS, Purchase of War meet; '
Government is and ,
ready
Mary icices.mis cane, already flourishing In the
fires have !been lost than In any bonds and stamps is a barrier I He sat upon the curbstone with this that
question of loans must anxious to pay for scrap ,i fields; a complete overhaul of sugar -
other country over 5000.000 CIvil- against ant in the future, as well his head upon his breast. otherwise is waste, How- ,1
ians have been mercilessly bombed as a discouragement to inflationand I said, 'Oh MISter, tell me all; I come trom us, the people, voiuncauiy going to house machinery; repair of farmI
the Democratic to ever, all I want for my junk Is "a machinery and railroad rolling
and over 80,000000 are now refuGees as a bulwark for democracy; I Tell me why you sob and bawl: in way I I
11 lot wiutti; v>e are accustomed. few dead Japs, I I stock-these are some of the chores
without homes facing disease NOW THEREFORE, I Spessard You feel a whole better
Mr Spells Is collecting material ,
have Invested that will make for work In the
and hunger. There are over 2,000- L Huliana, as Governor of the with your troubles off jour I Many of us already this Please :
I in county cooperatewith bowl" this The
in War bonds, and everyone of useveiy 'sugar summer
MI) war orphans. State of Florida, do hereby chest
proI I and of him, Uiat every ounce of ma- i! coming of fall will signal new
China's is to'' He said, "Oh, thanks for -- single son daughter!
Today, enemy our eneniv c.auu tae pe.iod from April 17 sympathy
into the role of terial may be converted into wea- plantings and replacements for the
Their battle is now' our battle April 20, AD, 1942, for i .0IlCl.-l11U.t step defense.
pens for I 1943-44 yield next October
Therefore, today, as never before HER.UIEltiCAN CANVASS But Ma'm, you shouldn't speakto a modem Minuiemaiand pledge By
that "throughout the duration of C. A. Fulford, I steam will be up in the big sugar
China looks to America her old in Florida, and call upon every me, Okeechobee '
I Secretary to house
friend and new ally-for immediate citizen to buy as many War bonds For I'm a queer Oazallo-a tins war, so long as we are financially AA.A. I 1 for the 24-hour grinding
able, we will lend our money County shift that will carry through nextyear's
help. 'uiiu s uiiipa as possiule during that physcopathic mutt. !' War Board.
Realizing the importance of period and to pledge himself to With childlike faith I've read ..0 our Government through the I harvest season

speeding aid to China, Wendell L buy, regularly thereafter, as many each ad, I purchase 01 War savings! bonds and P.AL,V CLUB I Conclusion of the harvest is reg-

Willkle, Paul O. Hoffman, presi War bonds and stamps as his Income And spent the last cent that I stamp met af employes. April 21 will see the be-
The P.AL. club Friday I
dent of Studebaker corporation, will permit had; I April 17-20 has been designatedas ularly celebrated by the United
ternoon 10 1942 at the homeof
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April ,
and others have assumed the responsibility Further, I urge that newspapers And It can't be that they all the 'Every American Canvass" Jo Ann Berka, At the meeting I States Sugar corporation and Its

:! of raising $7000,000 before periodicals and radio stations of lie-so I must be a nut I u Florida, when we are all askedto Pres- ginning of a three-day festival featuring -
we elected officers as follows:
the end of April, and in this tne state give of their space and -0- sign a pledge to buy War Savings ident, Jo Ann; vice-president, Pat- all-day barbecues and sports

connection, Joseph E. Da vies, time, prior to and during that peil- lIe sobbed, "Ipana toothpaste bonds and stamps every week, secretary and treasurer, Ada contests by negro laborers, with
sy;
chairman of President Roosevelt's .,u, w the promotion of War bond doesn't beautify my smile, month, or other stated period. friendly rivalry between men of the
Jane; reporter, Polly Gay; program
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committee on War Relief! agencies, and stamp sales and the dissemination And no amount of gum mas- The Commander-ln-Chief of our chairman Ernestine.At I eastern and western divisions em-

wrote us stating: 01 Information regarding sage my girl's heart can beguile Army and Navy and All'force has this the members bracing the company's 10 plantation -

"The Chinese people have received them and the needs of our country; ; I guaranteed to us that we shall winI meeting I' villages The festival will be
present were Jo Ann, Polly Gay,
relatively little help In and that schools, churches, lodges, Vita lis keeps my hair In place, I glorious victory for America and Ada Jane Dorothy, Ernestine, Pat- climaxed on April%23 with a bar

terms of food, medicines, and civic clubs, chambers of commerce, I wear a Stetson kelly; 'humanity.. He asks that we guarantee 'becue at 1 pm. and a dance at
Carol and Susan.
other relief which they most des- and other organizations devote I've used a ton or two of Mumto I to him our loyalty and back- sy, nice and night In the big sugar warehouse.
We had a meeting refreshments -
perately need to keep going. United themselves, prior to and during keep from being smelly; ing in providing the financial sin- were served. I Hundreds of prizes of cash, War

China Relief is set up to supply that period, to the enlightenmentof With Usterlne I gargle for, my ews for war costs money I We Greenberger%, I Savings bonds, and useful articles
Polly Gay
this aid with funds provided by their members and residents of halitosis troubles; can't let him down I We cannotlet will be given employees-white and

their American friends. It is thoroughly their communities to the necessityfor I I scrub the deepest pore I've our boys down! Reporter.v I negro whose work record shows
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deserving of their support raising funds and to the solicitation got with Lifebuoy's cleansing The Secretary of the Treasuryand Gilbert Culbreth returned to his excellence In production, maintenance

Therefore, on behalf of our of others so that every per- bubbles; I Governor Spessard Holland home here Wednesday night from of equipment, etc.
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Board of Directors, I am writing awful aside 17 to 20 in I Approximately 20,000 persons par-
son living within the state may do And when I've got an I have set April Jacksonville, where he went Mon '

to) Invite you to accept the chair- his part toward all-out war effort head from Calverts friendly | Florida as a time when we may re- day to take his mother, Mrs. L L.I I I ticipated in last year's festival and

manship for the United China Relief and final victory. llkker, !I new our Pledge of Allegiance to barbecue pits groaned under
Culbreth to the hospital.
drive in your city. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have I gulp down Sal HepaticaandIt the Flag we love and the Republic I I whole carcasses of beef, with Ice

The suggested quota for your cityis I hei'eunto:set: my hand and caused the I' just makes me sicker; I I for which it stands. It will be a stamps on a regular plan, and gives cream relayed to the scene in a

$250. Great Seal of the State of Floridato Although I've done just what time when every Income-earner in you an opportunity to Indicate that I procession of trucks.I .

The time is short and China I be affixed at Tallahassee the I' they said, my gal won't leave ,, Florida will pledge a portion of our you are following the plan at the

must have our help quickly. We Capital, this 3rd day of April, A me-but, earnings on the altar of our hallowed time of signature. More, It gives lIARTII.CIRCLE MEETSV

look forward to hearing from you D, 1W3. It couldn't be that they all lie I Bill of Rights, which our you the right to display in your I -

soon. (Signed) : I -so I must be a nut forefathers established and gave home or place of business the blue The Martha Circle was very delightfully
entertained when It met
Sincerely yours, I SPESSARD L HOLLAND, -oI their lives to preserve.We emblem of distinguished service to (I'

Paul O. Hoffman, chairman (Seal) Governor. said, "Move over, brother, let must produce $34,000,000,000 your country-willingly, cheerfully, I with Mrs. W, A. Moore Tuesday

Attest: (Signed) R. A. GRAY, me sit down by your side, in 1942-a billion dollars a week with a prayer for victory on your afternoon, April 14 After roll call,
I to which each member responded
: Secretary of State. And when the wagon comes and more-to finance this war. and lips-and pledge ourselves to lend
Note from Mr. Myer'"I
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with containinga
verse
have accepted the chairman- for you, then two( poor fools that's a lot of money in anyone's every dollar we can for the purr ;i a scripture
Mrs. D. R. McNeill usedas
ship for the drive to raise $250 for G tILDIEETS! can ride; language, Our Government has chase of War Savings bonds We promise devotional, theme, "Our HIghest -

United China Relief, believing with I read the advertisements too, three ways of financing this war: can, we will, we must buy War SavIngs I a "Father's Work To

my whole heart In the sympathetic ,I The Wesleyan Service guild met and do the best I can, First, through the sale of Treasury bonds in order to preserve for Do."Joy-our

cooperation of the citizens of Tuesday, April 14 at the home of For I'm in love, the same as '1 notes to banks and other financial all time our inherent right to the Miss Ruth Humphries Interest-

Okeechobee. We must and. will Blanche Hunt for the regular you, and I can'fget my man; institutions, (and they have bought way of life we love here in Flor: 'ingly discussed the topic,

raise our quota. If we let China :;; monthly business and program I wash my undies out with Lux 'liberally) ; second, by voluntary ida. Let's make It unanimous and "The Work of the Woman program in the

down at this critical hour It will meeting. -my dishpan hannles, too; I 1 buying of War Savings bonds and place a blue emblem In every Flor- Church." During the business -


I I Glint, and Dentyne gam I The more do of voluntary Businessmen and women, mem-
the lives (we do not know) how subject, "To Whom We Are Accountable I we given from the "Yard of
I chew loaning of our to our bers of the American Legion, their
civil- Rhea ; money
well given by
many of our boys, as as was I Dimes which Is a project for securing -
ins." I Hunt, Mrs, Myun discussed the I know Woodbury's facial soap Government (to be paid back at auxiliary ladles, P.T.A., Woman's I local funds.

I on "How Women should make my skin divine, a fair rate of Interest), the less clubs, and many other organizations -
V program subject I I At the close of business a pleas'ant
I the Community," But he doesn't love to touch it, will have to be raised In taxation. will call upon you at your ,
In
Mrs Elmer Uzell returned to her May Serve social time was spent, with the
and chal- Of course the fault Is mine; It makes no difference whether homes or places of business In the
home here this week from Orlando which was practical a I hostess, Mrs Moore being assisted
word, next few Be wel- ,
For I believe the printed days. ready u>
where she Underwent an oper- lenge to every woman present. Savings by her daughter Barbara, in serving -
meeting followed I though glamour passes by- come them. Be ready to sign the
hoe A short business Mrs. F
ation at the Orange General the following guests:
accomplished. So I must be another nut-for whether you have or have not pledge cards they will present to
two weeks In which much was W, Humphries Mrs. E. H. Good-
pital ,
ago
surely they don't lie. agreed to deductions of your wage you I Let's put Okeechobee City
-0- win, Mrs. D. R. McNeil!, Mrs. J, O.
-0- through payroll savings or other and county over the top 100 per
we reserved
Dr. T, T. Delicious refreshments Wolff Mrs C. F. Jenkins, Miss Jo(
The friends of
many Mrs. Eva In silence then we wept awhile, methods of purchase. This formal cent! The Government needs your
Coleman will be glad to learn that to the following: Pan lift and Miss Ruth Humphries.
Rhea Hunt, and finally he said, pledge is not a second purchase help and needs It badly I II .
Is from his Dixon Mrs. Myers, I I. V
he 1
slowly recovering
Ralford, Evelyn "I use Gillette blades on my program. It Is not a legal contract, W R PAGE, chairman
recent Illness. While he is still Alice Bass Mary :I Subscribe For The News
Loutham and Constance face; I wish that I were dead but It Is a definite moral obligation Okeechobee County Defense ,
confined his home he Is Improving Williams Melba
each to day FInger (Continued On Page Four) to purchase War Savings bonds or Savings Committee, I $2.0lTPer( Year

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I biought new hope to all the United I Legal Advertisements FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
Nations. And great cause for hope -- PoliticalAnnouncements DISTRICT NO. I:

and certainty of victory Is found (I.HlK-4 .\M> INHI'KCTURSOK -
In American H.HTION NOTKE OF APPLICATION
war production. The
Published every Friday by the Notlii IN herihv given thiit In rotn I wish to announce .that I am a I-OR TAX thEE: !)
preclsee statistics cannot, of course, ,lillnnie with Million :Wfl nf the Comlillul I candidate for lawn of WHSNotke
Okeechobee New Co., at Okeecho- be printed. What can be told is rienernl I l.nna of Klurlilu. 11)27 the office of County In hwr'iuv given that S. J.
tee, Okeechobee County, Florida 'I'I Ii,' Hour.I of Count y ('0111 flhiaeIopti I Commissioner from District No. 5 Imvla, holder of !Tax Certlflrat No.
that the instruments of war are of Okeerhnhee County Fli>rldn. baa for Okeechobee in the PrI- 1.'.'.' to J.41)' Inc,. and' SSI luiied lb.
county
really rolling out of the factories Hiiolntn| | l the foUiming/ persona to :ird, liny of Kepteinlx-r, A D., IMS baa
I' 'im' IK |1I"'lurI nnil (li-rkt. slid FOR REPRESENTATIVE mary election, to be held May 8. llli-t< niiinfl In my oflflie haa tnada ap
BRYANT BOWDEN. .. Editor now-and that signal progress is liinilKlierlir| fur eHcli nf the Elec- IN THE LEOISLATUBK I will appreciate vote and pllentlon for it lax Deed to h. Inaued
being made in the production of I 11,," Priiliiitu of Oki-eehoboe County, your thereon Vuld Ortllliate ell1br..'.' the
Hnrliln to nerve nt the Primary Elec : support. following dmirllipd property In the

Entered as second class matter ships to carry them, to the battlefronts I 11 Inn t" lie hell Miiy II. 11)43.I'reiliict \ I take this opportunity to an. W E. GODWIN. Coiinljr of Okt-ecbobee State of Fluri.lu .
No. 1-Ft. llrnni to nit.
July 1, 1915, at the Pout Office In | In the I Polling rime. Sthonlhonnei nounce that I am a candidate for I (Paid Political Adv.) All Block 1 to 10 Inc, Wpitover -
meantime, our strategy in i Kihlle;, mranuilii itilullvlilon of
lark of
OVeechobee, Florida. under t the a part
reelection to the office
| the Pacific is clear. MacArthur'sJob 11I'1"'llIro-| of Reprea. I V I HIV. 2 Act of March S, 1S79.SUBSCRIPTION. Is to l-riink rmlgptt entatlve in the Florida Legislaturefor of M14 or MVU! of SEVi. Sec 20,
hold Australia until- lnnier| I....-. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, 'I'WI' 37 Htfo 33, (Containing BI
I many montha from now-he will Li'onnnl MnrgnnIt. Okeechobee County in the DISTRICT NO. 4: I Rrr....
make a I t'puuut. | '-Hiitfh .101..... I Democratic Primaries in May 1942. I 'hr. HNKi-KMinent of mid property un
RATE great counter-offensive I'm'I nit :?No BiumrniirrI I di-r anld rertlni-me United 91'11. In the
possible. Today Australia is the I',,I Illnv I I I I'liiii-, I'. e. Chiiniller HOUHOClirk W. J. (BILL) HENDRY I wish to announce that I am a ,mime or .Iniremor linlillnx Corp and

One year In advance $2.00 seat of destiny it .. Albert. 1.nfton. (Paid Political Adv.) I candidate for County Commission- \\ m, Idnu-yer.
must not be '
Six months in advance ......... 1.00 lost. InnportomKilunr) riiiitnnii- V i I er from District No. 4 Jor Okeechobee -I deemed I nlrai lurordlny aald Certificate to law. shall properly he do-r>-

Three months In advance ...... .78 (' rlhed then-Ill ahull .
The AEF in Australia has foundIt I \lton .ltllllll"'r.Olle county. subject to the Demo he sold to lb.highest
ChandlerPeputy I lilddi-r at the Coiirthnu-o door
populated by a people very much I -L. A Smith' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; cratic Primary May 5. I will appreciate on the rr) >it Mundiiv In the month of

like Americans. In size, it Is a gigantic "'.o'.'lnrl Nn. S-I'ottem DISTRICT NO. 1 j your vote and support. Mnv I'Mnhlib! la the 4th day of
I'Mlllnir I'lu.-e, lluliirt UniiliTiKinnniinc Mnv, 1IH.)
Mils payable on
Mvert'slngr are country, with great extremes | E. O. SELLERS. 1 in,,'d Ibis 1"t 'duy' of April, 1942.

the firt; of each monMi. Parties I of topography and climate In population i l I. tk l -I i.uttle I Itnulrmon. I take this opportunity to an. | (Paid Political Adv.) Roy It HAUI.EltSO.N.
to j I 11I."luro- Clerk. Circuit Court utUkieehoheo
required
nnknonn to publishers
I I it Is smal1-7.000.000. It is I I nllle. Smith flounce that I am a candidate for V County, I'lorlda

r>"v In advance. ]' bisected by a vast desert which I I I .HI.innnrnoM, County Commissioner from DistrictS 10 TilE PEOPLE (Circuit Court 1 Heal) 41.45

forms a natural defensive barrier. I i Hi I Itnlph i lilt' \'--
Rending notices In local col- I' Its Anzac troops are among the Treiliiit' Nil. 4'-4)kepcluohu'e cratlo Primary May 5. MlfKKOK \PPLJC'\TIOJII
I'out nt I'liue Courlbumeli hilt TAX IIU'OI.awa ':
emin, lOc a line. Rates for dls- finest in the world. Today many < .rk 'iimile l4luntnoluul.I If elected I will serve the people I take this opportunity to announce of 10(3Nnllii :

thousands of Australians undoubtedly I 11I.11I''lor.- of my district and the entire countyto that I la hereby thnt Ed AUdirinnn
.
am a candidate for
: .f.e'c.
furnished ;
r'nv ad"ertl-njf on application | Tetnon Morirfln, 1 holder, of No.
ria- if'ed advertising 2c feel a closer kinship with Wilson/ !'selpb the very best of my ability. IVilli Representative in the Legislature I'.74*. Imim-d the 5tb dnr of Augnat,
America than I .I I..'eel li. I llntilcr I A.1* III) has Illi'd In
nt'h'Jrcl each ln.ertlon. All with England. It is appreciate your vote and sup. for Okeechobee county in the Democratic IJ. snow my nffl -
I I h.'l.ulI'MtllHle' IhninniI'm <'e : bin made application for a Tax
1>ems reearrtlnjr enterprises con- a significant commentary on the 'I nit >a. J-I'|ithr rove Beach, port Primary May 8. I will appreciate Id-ed,. tn he Imiiii-d, thereon, Said' CerIllli .
Australian outlook that its government 1'iilllnir I'lii"'-u'.Iitu'k Ilimey I Tiioanthiitme -B. C. SWAIN your vote and support.J. .ute' I'liilinicp" the following de-
durtpcl for profit chargeable
are
.
I mrllied propert, In the Count of
tt advertising rates. asked President Roosevelt to i"h''kSIII, Htnilton. (Paid Political Adv.) T. HANCOCK. Okii'hiihee, Male nf I'lorlda, to-\\'ltSi :

send MacArthur an American gen i II","' 'Inm- V (Paid Political Adv) ,;, of SEt; of :NEi/4 of 8W%,
v I eral, to take Will'Ino'n.' M.'(' ::'a. Tup 37 Kge 35, Contain-
supreme command .' .
HIM'
rf 1'I'lh"II"ve. 'trig \ iirreM
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I MacArthur's first words upon MMI u ,\iiili'rwm, TO TilE CITIZENS OF 'I'he iiHHi-Hiinii-nt of anld property undi -
H.,,initUnil I Kimter. OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI 'r mild Certlnente iHHiied vaH In the-
pledge allegiance: to the Flag i reaching Australia Indicate the 1'rMlml No. _EH,!. Buy niiiiii of I I. i II. Hudson,
temper of his thinking. "I came I'olllnir I'lme. .T. M. .fcolt! Home I'tiliM aiild Certlflrate ihnll he re-
nf the United States of America l'I"k-J. M. Scott.' ileetned ai-enrillnit to liiw property de-
through. I will I hereby annouce candidacy FWEFENSEBUY
return. Those
my
.
and to the Republic for I I1 I".i>i i torn- rlhed then In aliall he Hold to the
who know him say that he will not Johnnie Woodhnm.II for re.electlon to the office of highest bidder At the Conrtbouae door
which It stands: One nation In. remain It .lerrcl., Commissioner on the nmt Monday In the month of
on the defessive hour County from District
dlvliible. with liberty and Justice an Hob l.lfrhtiey. MnI'M..', whlrh la the 4th day of
longer than Is necesary. He is a ""-1'11'\-('. C. Ilnncoik No 3 and will appreciate your Mm I'M.!
for all"WKE brilliant Treilnit No. 7-4>krn'hol>M> vote and liiitfil thli :mth ,dnv of Mil re'h. 1042.
advocate of offensive support. If I am
war. reelect.
'
l-nlllnir I I'lnre, City Hall HOY It IIAI'LKRSO.N
His plan Is to strike hard and mercilessly Clerk' -Waller Gm)'. ed I shall continue to serve in a flirk Circuit Court ofOkeerhnhee

I at the Those I hiMfiprtom.Kvcri'tr, faithful and capable manner and I Count). Florida
enemy.
gen- .
IT. AMERICA: IT'S LATE! Johna ((1'1"1111 Court Si'nil 41 43:
erals who placed their faith In defensive Van Llghtiey, narking at all times for the best \M UNITED I V
An editorial In the New York M"'n'llI .
strategy have disappearedInto iluIu'y.I Interest of the County. \OTI( K \PPLlr\TION
I "I'1y-n. Blum.' STATES
World-Telegram says In part: the limbo of defeat. It took C. K, \\'ATKEiS, EARNEST BILLIARD HIK TIFLI>

"The nation needs to awaken to Us a long time to learn what Hit- I Chnlrmnn CommlNfllonen.Okeerhohee Board. of Cunntv (Paid Political Adv.) j yirirr SAVINGS Notice la I.Ror heruhv liEs given: that L.tchuirteu'hwt'rit .

lei 's commanders understand V ) bolder of Tax Certlfhate -
the full gravity of the peril thfft i i so County, Florida I II Iff! 1JONDSV >ot. i'lli to 2170 Inc, luinedHi.
well victory belongs to the dar- AttentK : I ., Vh dm of Anitimt. AD II! .'II. hal
"
confronts It"Production. I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: :: j : AND STAMPS flied lame In my office ; tuna made ap-
Director Donald Nelson ing.In ( I'I IIN I DISTRICT NO. 2 i (libation for u Tax Deed to he leaned
i' the Interim before the major v I hen on, Hul.. ('orlllluite einhracea the
appeals for vastly Increased counter-offensive Is launched we 'i'ihi't (IIKtrT lOfllT OH1 Tin following deai.rlhed.. property In the
Industrial output on a 24-hour. 7- | 'I i \.i'lI M. UK'MI. 'I1ICITr. INAMI I County i>f Okcei'hnhee. Stole of Flor.
may' be certain that the American FOR OKLhCllOBEB; lOl'NTY. I take this opportunity to an. ida to.nit :
day basis-168 hours a week. MaxImum | Navy and Air Force. working with I I.i I lUiiI.S.IN I'1M.NCKKYMIT I nounce that I am a candidate for l.ou 1 In 4. Im" Itt k. -.MX: City
production In short. TO .'ft"t;, 1.0"IORTG \GI': of ()kcm'bobee.'l' !.
"Can'e It? | other United Nations' forces, will M:, C lif.lAM; ; C'oiiiplalliant.\ reelection as County Commissioner l1l3riz1l,1.i1iJo.eliev : b..' HmtoHHinenl nf aiilil (iropertv, un-
get give a !good account of themselves. '0. from District No 2. I will appiecl. dir tnl.l,, C'ertlflinte loolI.d'no In th.
Not until we quit thinking In 'It II, r. KOIIIUMM ,'1 III.) Dcfi'nilunla 'nil nir nf JnnipH K \\eatey .:. t>. Ed-
t terms of less work for more mon- ,The submarine fleet has taken a NOTHf: TO "')'EAR ate your vote and support. ,nlinimh II. I', (lndfreand R. T.
I 'heavy toll of Jap warships and sup- 1Tiff: : NAME OF 'HIE 'rA'1'Eel C. F. WALKER t.orkeltlin .
p-v. i' \.' FI.i)iim\ : fill ..*. ""1,1 I i i-riKliiile shall he re-
I ply ships, Some Important blows (Paid Political Adv.) ft
'Not while I 1'" II K Forilljnin na a illreit.ir di-eined ncciirillnir tu Inn, property elem -
government bureaus have been struck by American and trustee of Fonlhiini & kirk: V Mis.r .. ''- .rllii-d then'In alinll he soul to tbehlicbem
created to meet a depression I liilld I tin... ii illMMuhed lorliln nil. hlddi-r at the Courthouse door
emergency that Is ended-continue bombers. The enemy is being bled. porntlim nililenre. unknown : M FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: 'b on the nrxt .Mondiiv In the month of
Whenever we have had anything I I" I 1"111,1/111111./ UN n ilheitor and Mil I, ) 1111'hh'h In the 4th day of
to grab for themselves money nl'l'dI tiiiHlii" nf r.ir.lhiiin it Klrklniul DISTRICT NO. 5 MIII'M.I .'.
ed for armaments. 'approaching equality in numbers I 1111' ii ilNmihed Horldii nirpiirHll"i. I linti'd this lilt lily of April' 1042
| ,and equipment we have won the I ". rmliliMue iiiikimnii : B. A. C; tOY It. lt\I l.hllsuN,
"Not while an army of Fl'derall| Klikliiml, n n ii illnilor. mil trim I hereby announce my candidacyfor Clerk Circuit Court of
press! agents clamors to promote (engagements I Intil r..r.llmm \ I Klrklniul. I Imp.. LIQUID, TABLETS SAWt.N05I CROPS Okciiliiiliee. (I'lniim I'InrldnII .
A short time ago Chiang Kal n illHmiltid Florldii i-or|>i>riitl tuiu, \ reelection to the office of Coun. 'U. ill' C vnrt Si' nil 41.43AIR
and perpetuate activities that rp.lrii'iiie iiiikiinxMi .Ml/
: inrtli-a
( ty Commissioner from District No. 5
Chek told a of American officers .
have no present need or value. group i Inliiilnir I Inn, 'rot In thniiiicb, nnilir I -- -
that he would entertain or iitiiln| .t B. K. hunlluim' for Okeechobee County. I will ap.
'Not while Congressmen try to' ,irpHldtiipo nnkiiouu : All partleauliilinlntf predate tile vote and support of --
them In The United
one day Tokyo. I I Inti-niit H
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put over useless canals and river liv hiruuicti mi.ilir
Nations mean to take this war or UKiilimt, M 1. I. I onlliuin. everjone _I
schemes and take the time of ,
up defense officials clamoring for fac- <' Ititi-ri-Kt In tliriini.li 1111ili '
'(ti vengeance 'r or minium 11 A. Ulrklnniln '. (Paid Political Adv.)
tories and contracts war
as If .
I' H.I.| 'HIM' iinkiii.nii : .Ml puriliiiliniliiK V
V p
wOre a great gravy train. IT iliiliiiliin tu have any
I Panmcrlcan Diy" ,light I Illl., in' Inti-riKt In Hi*
"Not while the llfe-and-death
FOR tOtNTY COMMISSIONER
I pin|"''rtli.Tiln. iliKirllml Hal
need for uninterrupted production Tuesday April 14 was Pan ill'I,u'PI IlllkllllU II. DISTRICT NO. 3 "

is used as a weapon to put over American day. and although no It &uiuiu'uri|.| lug from u tin, I'limlliim i Hlnl I ,;'
I 1'1 i ul"" "' ,'I."I Itii d Hiilt .Hint th,' ,
the] closedhop. special program was presented at Coiiipliilniiut' herein I.l i-nlltlvil tu mi I wish to that I I
announce am
"Not while a man can't be ',hool we knew it was Pan Amer- I (ri'u' of 1'111011.,11..11 ntfiilimt nil), unit, a
emI, mill of .MMI. It la therefore Or.I,"ndllnif \ candidate for the office of Count 1'j ; '
piovcd on an army project or In a ican day when we went into the I .\.u ;u hut! "II'h nf 1..11. anliereliN. Commissioner from S S.
District No 3.
war plant until he pays $20 to $iO library where Miss Morton had arranged '''| ', ''. I lo till nllll lii.' Ilil'k .if III.I "' S .
du.I "-11'" 1.1 I '''nut \oiir \\illlin uppearame for Okeechobee County In the Prt. ;: .-
or more to a labor racketeer a table display and the bulletin iieraoniilt) or In' uttorn.. I 'I '- S
( mary Election to be held 5 .I
"Not while pressure blocs clamor boards were emphasizing Pan III suit suit on the II rot Mon.liix In I May I I' I $
Milt'. Illl.. '"1111' liilnv Ih,' Illl ,lily ofNili I will appreciate: the vote and support .
for higher benefits bounties and American day. ,"",,''h. mul, tlI<'I'.."I 10'1'i 'lo tlli \\ III, of
pensions" j Not only did Miss Morton call ,"1,1 Milk 'Mini urillen ui'fu'uuitu's. IrallY. I ever 'one. '
lo tin Bill uf Coinpliilnt, In mil.I -F. M MOBLEY 'S _
This Is a recital of conditions we J our attention to Pan American day mill in,' tin' I Illl.' i'r'e'riIu'ui. lit lint. .
(Paid Political Adv.)
all are familiar with and which but so did several of our teachers Hi '1.1 full N..I ''u' iuliiclhl'iut' will I lie S -
.'flu; .'I.. :.1 I ;:lgluiuu't:: t :on \lit. :ui'tuuiult.;;: : I V S -
every last mother's son of us should when they called for reports on the It .IK fnrtlii-r onlirnil Hint 'utile ordi ---

help correct now-not next week I subject, "What Inter-Ameilcan Cooperation | 'r Mluill I In, imlillKliiil,, ,, 11111' "lIl'h ",'.-.'k FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: :
for four 14) lonm-inllte ,',' 'ko I In '1'bof I
) DISTRICT NO. 4
or next month but now Now Means To My Country"To :
Ikeet'hubeit, Neun II oftfentrul i
ne\tnpiii| I /k
V I be honest with you, It never dr'ullllluu.llIhl.II",1\ / In Ilk,... I hereby announce that I am a X'; in &TL

TilE DUTCH AND lAVA occurred to me that the above subject 'I' 'I'h be. o "<"ii'in:n... u '.1111.\'. Flurlda candidate for the office of County i_
1 relli-f aonifbt III the nlin\e intllbij
"When the history of War II Is I and "Pan American" could I I I J iult In lo forei lone, Ill uurt gut ge Commissioner from District No.4
uiilh t Ill lolliitthitf/ ili'MI'rllu-il. irop' '' : for Okeechobee county. I will a ,
j have definite connection. p.
written, that belonging to the I II any U
page i-rtt. lit I 11,10'I nnil Itlntf III liken'hnhi'ii
indomitable Dutch should be Illuminated I Of course, everybody Is not as i '.Minn H.irl.lii, to.",'It : predate your vote and support.
lot MX' HI), Boik Ttrilte ,I2)). C. E. DRAWDY CONDITIONEDgompJI
dumb as I am but let me tell you
with the blood of heroes of Soiiilmi' AiMlllon to Oktechobve ,
For a thousand years free men what I learned this week and thatIs I .'Horl.ln n.'ionllnu In pint (Paid Political Adv.) ,

what the "Pan American union of mid, Addition rii-oriled In t tue V I
should stand and uncover whenever illktt uf the lieu of tilt Cln'lilt ,

the Battle of Java is mentioned is : i '"'"l't <>t OkiK-i,'liolii-e CountHor. FOR STATE DEMOCRATIC EX. { 5" _
The Pan-American union Is the I I.In.) III I'lni Bnok :J. PIIKV 7 : nnilfor ECUTIVE CO\DIITTEE\VOI\IANI: !
They never had a chance, 1I"III'rnl ri.lief.
those Dutchmen but they freely International organization maintained \\II\K: > nit. liiin.l mid tie B.-ul' nfmil.I Dependable Service _
Court, lit Okuei.holiw. Okcei'hnliee
gave their lives In the that by the 21 American republics I wish to announce that I am a
hope l oiinn'. I I' "i.In, | Milii :nut ilu)' uf Low Fares

others might have a chance." 'I for the development of good under- Miuruil. A Ii. I'M.! candidate for State Democratic Ex. _______
standing, friendly Intercourse, commerce IKl'l It. IUI'I.tUl'ltIX.I ;
These were the opening lines ofa (....rk of .Iruult Court ecutlve Committeewoman for Okee.

recent dispatch from Melbourne i and peace among them. It H l'Ir. nit I'onrt Sinl,, ) chobee county I will appreciate Travel via Florida Motor Line. MAIN LINE all Florid
to
Is controlled by a governing board Errol:: S. \\lllet,
Robert the vote and of
filed by "Time" correspondent I'ulil \\oiigri' '. support everyone.
Sherod. What the Dutch did -, composed of the Secretary of Stateof s ,10. HIM 1 ... fin), I uiplnlimnt. 41.43REELECT I I LUCILE STELLO. and the North.

In Java other United Nations' .he United States and generally V (Paid Political Adv.) I IV H..' '.u""

English. Australian Chi- : the Ambassadors and Ministers who b.OKEECHOIEE 5-40 AM 2/0:/ PM
troops -
j' other in ----- --- AI. TAMPA . 1010AM: 655 PM
nese-have done In many theatresof .epiesent the republics FOR MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC A' LAKELAND ",10 AM ISG PIoI Costs Less than Driving

war. They fought against Impossible Wasl ngton. The Union Is admin- INSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT NO. 3: Ar. ORLANDO . 10 SG AIoI N PIoI 0... .."".
isteicd a direct general and a Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 1,15 PIoI II 45 PIoI Way yt_
by
odds-but they never gave A,. TALLAHASSEE . 4,45 PIoI 1259 AMAr. '
up fighting. They faced an enemy staff cf consultants drawn from trainedin the 1 LEX GREEN I hereby announce that I am a LAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:10 AM MIAMI IACKSONVILLI. 5 2.10 4.40 $ 7..S 3.10
countries who are
who possessed sickening superiority several candidate for re-election as a member b. OKEECHOI 440 PM 045 PM TAMPA 2.30 4.18

in men guns planes, ships. and international law, economics education I of the Board of Public Instructions Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1.45 AM thIS AM LAKILAND. l.tO 3.4S
social science and kindred OILANDO 2.50 .50
,
they faced him without flinching. from District No. 3 for Okee bISECT CONN.CTlONS Ar IACKIONVIILI. rAUA. TALLAHASS" .... ID.20

Even today Dutch guerillas are subjects. I r chobee county In the May Primary. HASSII AND LASS clrY' WirH OarY'HOUND' LINU lAgs CITY 4.35 7."
tea ALL POiNTS NORTH AND WI!?.
Is Important to
This organization ATLANTA. 1.35 18.05
If re-elected as a member of this
harrying the Japs in Java precisely I JC
MACON .
7.18
as in the Balkans, guerilla bands the growth of our country. and yet I ward I promise the people of the '.uf '.u,", 0.'.., VALDOSTA 1.35 12..0....

who have disavowed their puppet few people know what It Is. r Bounty that I will continue to give lv.OKEECHOIU . 4411 PM 10:41: PM IIINIP4OHAM '.SO 17.1.
1.50 PM
A' MiAMI 2.10 AIoI
-Another Student.V NEW OSIIANI 11.20 20.20
them the service in the future
same -
governments are harrying the legions CHICAGO n.DS 32.30
of Hitler. V as I have In the past. l.hurelep NIW YORK CITY le.00 ,....
Lv. MIAMI . .1000 AM 200AM
These are the kind of troops of -- -- _. W. J. THOMAS. Ar.OKEECHOIEE . 2:10 PM 140AM:

which great victorious armies are (Paid Political Adv.)
\ ( E:
made These troops lost their okeii) .hulira i unlit) H"rlJ II. V T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

battles simply because they did not April, I IT. 1542. fOR MEMBER BOARD PUBLICISSTRt'CTIONS
MJIU'K: I" i1EREI4Y UIVEN TistiluIrutust
have the Incredible amount of In SMllun U of uupter lsJU'1, DISTRICT NO. 1:

equipment that modern war demands 1.11" nf Klorlilu. Ads II'IT: known HI Itu
lbs MVHPBY ACT, the follow,* d.l lmiiieil
. There were never enough \imiil in okeii.biilMNi, ('..unl), I take this opportunity to announce -

planes, never enouh anti aircraft Hurlilii nlll I.B offered for ."Ie atpuhlie that I am a candidate for
outcry for toe lilirlient> mill .beat I u Z 15s)7
re-election member of the
shlps-of-war.
(guns never enough mull hid subject to the rUlit nf the CONGRESSMANSTATI as a

Courage could not do the impos- '11 u ,lull-en at I lln Internal Improvement Board of Public Instructions from h' f3yp4

.Ible. .'111.,1 tu I.j..t) ni r Situ nil bid, at I AT LARGE District No. 1 for Okeechobee County
.
'iI" ( ''lirt 11..ii lit in A.M on th"Jim
The terrible series of disaster in : iliiv nf Vlny. 11HJ. Kimvnunt for DIMOCIATIC rilMAIT MAY 1141 In the May Primary. I have

the Pacific would have dismayed rnnil rlvhtofuiv' .m "iivi It hi" uillbt served as a member of this board V-t (
ruerrml from lojr parcel through ,
peoples who were less! grimly determined wlileh there I In in eilitlnir $tutt.. Komi. for the nearly four years and If reelected -

on eventual victory. But Loll T tll 11, !mi' Blnrk B., Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pearce Mr. to this! office I will continue
rliuithern I'Itt'S Addition, eiibillvlnlun '
correspondents universally reportthe of I'nrt of M..... \\ fwp I end Mrs. J. T. Hancock Mr. and I to give the people of the county the

highest of morale In the inter- 117$. Uxv. .ttK.; Mrs. J. A. Abney W J Hendry and same fair and Impartial considera
'I'rti.tept I of Hi IntiTnii
national army which has been ImproiiniDiit Puu* of tile Bryant Bowden were among those lion in the future that I have in S

paced under General MacArthur'a Kfiile of Florida I from Okeechobee who attended the the past. 0S '

command. The dramatic appearing By Hoy I. I.R. Fund Kinlerion Uki,'..Ag-ent.uohee 1 rl1.I'1 funeral of J. H. Peebles which was W. H. HARDEN.

of MadArtnui in :Australia Florida. 37.41 held at Arcadia Monday afternoon. (Paid Political Adv.)
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FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1942 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THREEThe

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l I II I be well in time for the banquet. .OOOOOObO h rS t i.: }.: 'wiv>71
Ah sure Is sorry for Mary Rob-
inson and Doris Thomas, 'cause Gilbert Theatre
'Chobee their boy friends Is gwlne to the
Bugler Navy this week. Tough luck, gals I
Janie Mae shore is happy to be OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM
back In 'Chobee 'cause her boyfriend I
makes frequent trips down
FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL here. Now you can't blame the FOR WEEK ENDING

__ _ __ 1 girl for that, can you?
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I I Somebody has the key to John- 23

'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF I the-Plate," and to gain their for- Haynes Williams has tol' It nie Jenkin's heart now. Could it

EDITOR ..on ...... ....... ..... ...... ..................... ................... WINIFRED CROUCH feits back they played "Heavy around as how he likes Pat better'n | be Esther Hall?

ASSISTANT EDITOR .. .... .. ................... ... .. JUNE CHESHIRE Heavy Hangs Over Your Head." any other girl. Dozier Clements I Will Billy tell us if he has"caught" FRI. & SAT. .
still has his heart set on Esther. Perllee's heart, or does
BUSINESS MANAGER .. ....... ......................... .... .. .. ALICE DONALDSON Refreshments of punch and cake He's hoping she'll settle down and !; Bobby still hold the key? Double Feature

SPORTS EDITOR ... ..... ............................................. .. MARY MCLAUGHLIN were served. go with him some day. I Gene, you had better keep an'' JOAN BLONDELL

CLASS EDITOR ... ... ................................................. ..... LILLIAN LEITNER V Yuh know. that little Virginia I I eye on Mary Ellen 'cause every
DICK
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CLUBS EDITOR .... ....... ............... ... .. ESTELLE SANDERFUR I AN ANNUAL EVENT Corbett is mightily attractive to time Frances refuses "Cooner" for POWELL
SPECIAL EDITORS .. .. ...... LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN "Dude", Edgar, "Tom" and a whole I a date he always asks Mary Ellen. -In"MODEL-
:::.:.: I That long-awaited annual event fang more of them thar boys. || We wonder If this is done Just to WIFE"also
you know, the banquet the Juniors I make Gene or Frances Jealous. I
Hudson Burr's
THE VOICE OF THE STUDENT"Our 1 light of battle In her "I belIeve labor hard been a-wantlngto -
eyes": [ so to give to honor the Ah. I Have that
yes heard
know why he can't "Hortense" you
1 that sell diseased meat seniors every year, will be given say I RAY MIDDLETON
Mildred
you | 'stead of past tense. He asked Mrs. Morgan was with "Fat" I I I
America"j Friday night, April 17, at the Woman's -
in"HURRICANE
j here! McMullin about it, I hear. She Fulford Wednesday night? Maybeold -
Warren Austin, United club.
States shore has time I friends shall become friends
"Worse replied the butcher a with them boys. SMITH"WALT
Now this will be a' gala affair.
senator from Vermont, says, "Free- |blandly. Hardly] a day passes that Jack Sel- again.
The; theme of the banquet is "Pa- I DISNEY CARTOON
dom or Slavery? It's up to us. i lers don't threaten "to kill some of'em" We're disappointed in the romance -
"What do you mean, worse?" demanded I triotism. and thus Uncle Sam between Harry Paul and
Every man, woman and child In i the astonished patron. with his high hat and longtallcoat during her class.
Bessie Mae. "Oh SUN.
You know, Betty Watford's what could the & MON.
America must make the maximum "The meat we serve is dead" promises every senior and boy matter be?" .
friend came all the
from
effort to win this war and preserve (confided the butcher In a stage other invited guests a good time West to see her and way then a certain Key We all think Lillian's a charminggirl Jl'DY CANOVA

our free way of We." 'whisper. ,, I IAin't that won't be forgotten soon. teacher tried to entice him into and we know she "has a ro- -In"SLEEPYTIME-

It -0- The Juniors have worked hard, goln' hossback ridin'. mance," but she certainly does a
was impossible for to I mean, GAL"also
us believe -
She Mean? I but they, too expect to have a I
these girls 'round here fall good Job of keeping it a secret I'd
the object of this war was "What is the matter?" the time. really I -
asked t superb So those of you who like -
for them ,boys. to know who the lucky guy is,
world lonquest, because Hitler said 'mother of a six-year-old girl, as 1 have rated an invitation to this big army wouldn't ya? Disney Cartoon Late News '
it. "Our America" can't be con- 'she came home almost in tears after event look your very prettiest and I Oh yes I 'most forgot There Juanita and Marlon seem to be ----
quered. The other nations are I her first day In school. ;put on your very best humor, and was a note in the "gossip" box this making a "couple" their friend-
I 1 WED. THURS.SONJA
afraid of us so we thought. How- "I don't like the teacher," she 1 let's have a good time with Uncle week, but it wasn't very loving. It ship, and I suppose that still leaves .
ever, on December 7, 1941 "Our !said. :1 !Sam at the Junior-Senior banquet I i was from a certain C. C. to "Jene" "Tiny" out of the picture. We're : liES IE JOHN PAYNEIn
America" was attacked. Thus. two "Why you hardly know h&!'. this year. and she was very emphatic about sorry -
What has she done to ?" wV I "mean" old boys and about Gene's
worlds have collided. Both cannot you K Now, for Lawrence Reeves, I "Sun Valley Serenade"
"When I went In she said "You I I not wearing her ring,
FILTH'
survive. This war Is a fight to the COLUMN dcn't know and can't be a-telling
finish. 'sit here for the present and she Boy, If you want to see Clara whether it's Esther or Frances for -also-

Senator Glass of Virginia says, :never brought It." Okeechobee. Fla., I Ann "fly into a fine temper," Just this week COLOR RIIAPSODIA

"You have it In your power not April 17, 1942. say sompln' against her precious Joe and Doris aren't getting .-------.
only to shorten the conflict, but to The Old Maid's CreedI 1 Dearest "Patch": "Red." It'll get you quick results. I alcng so well this! week, and I Just :OMING SOON-
save lives of our fighting men at have decided not to marry until You know, things shore Is lone- '|and I ain't l>'ln'l I dont know why but we'll be a-
the front, I am 30. i some 'round here after the excite- Next "Aluma of the South Seas"
by piling up such re- i Friday Is the Junior-Senior hopln' for the best for them.I .
serves of money and material that I have decided not to be 30 untilI ment of Girls' week. But I've hearda banquet, and Mrs. Collins and I hope you'll be a-goin' \t/o the "Tom. Dick and harry"Sunrise

our, men may always have not marry. i few things to brighten up the Maron Martin have a nice plan all I banquet, so you can be a-telling
only the necessary equipment with Joy of life-such as: j i worked out. He's gwlne to take me all about the pretty dresses and v v
which to meet the enemy on equal 1 "Daffl-nltlons" Don Burk and Iris seem to be his girl and she'll wait tables and ceauiiful ladles and handsome men ------ -

terms, but in such an overwhelming Defense: "That which the garbage getting along fine again, now. I'se her husband gwine to take her and and about some of the romances _: :(":": : ):..;";..:+:_OO
and uninterrupted stream as to can Is on the other side of." shore acme glad to hear it, too, then at the banquet Maron and II that will spring up there. You remember -

Utterly confound him. I Intense" : "What the draftees sleep cause for awhile I was mightily I Frances are gwlne to be together. "all the world loves a Theatre
"Give until it hurts" Is a good In. scared Virginia was stepping in Now isn't that too cute? lover."
slogan but not good enough. Until Snuff: "Meaning sufficient.. and it'd be some shame to break: |I Ah extends my deepest sympathyto I Well it'll be so-long for this time

it not only hurts, but completely ,, VSTUDY up such a sweet couple as Iris and Willa and Mary 'cause of them and I'll be a-seeln' of ya- FORT PIERCE

destroys the enemy, is a be .ter HALL Don. measles and we'se hopln' they'll !t Your5-"Patchle: I ___ _.
one. After the 'hurt' starts the ,, I'se been hearing that Ruth 1 I .
best 'salve' Is to buy another War (Dedicated to Miss Morton) Bryant ,has done and got herself Today & Saturday
Savings bond." The schoolmarm stands with her well acquainted with Bill Van Double Featun-
'I
You know Just buying an "occa- | hands folded tight, Brunt while he's home from the ;,. SI ELECT
sional" bond or stamp won't win The pupils study or compose army, but she don't seem to like '. "Mr. Bug Goes To Town"IN
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the war, but regular buying will. notes, so quiet; this staying home for one boy as D HAMILTON : TECHNICOLOR
Too, have you ever stopped to realize This Is study hall. well as she figured she would. \' : -a Iso-

that every time you "throw -0- You know Patch Neil Hough has ; ... TO CONGRESS
away" a dime on some useless ex- My own eyes wander from place to been doing some advertising for a ROY ROGERSIn
penditure you are wasting 5 cartridges place girl that wants plenty of loving .. .'.Fourth Congressional District -

which might help save the And sometimes stops at some and very little money. You know, I ... './:;r..you want aggressive action for "Man From Cheyenne"MIDNIGHT
life of an American soldier. i worried face, he kind of has the same idea as ;
_W. high school students realize Trying & get that hard. hard you, don't he? ;J".. ,'South Florida in the Nation's .J
; Defense SHOW
the seriousness of this war more math; Edgar Knight seems to be mighty Program..JUNEIN

than most people think. The out- 1 This is. study hall. extra popular with his boy friends 11:15 P.M. SAT.CLAUDE .
come of this war will mold the future -oOh lately It 'pears to me that p'raps .: ON WQAM FRIDAY EVENING .
of the lives of us who haven't look there at that boy Francis is partly to blame for all .9:11:1: TO. ;.30 -". ItAISWARREN
died for "Our America. As he passes a noteI I j his company. ._IA.IOQ"' I""" ....11. ; ,_ ___,.___ WILLIAM: 9

V would not like to quote- I LOX CIIINEY, JR.
Watchmt'rlca! !!' This Is study hall. j I -In-
I must hurry, for there goes the I|
Robert Nathan bell. i!I "THE WOLF MAN"
By
Where the northern ocean darkens, And off we go to classes, '1111$. $: ;1'( ltfM'E TO SWAP Xf 1 Pi
Where the rivers run Too too monotonous to tell.
rolling
Past! the cold and empty headlands By Eva V Evesdropper. i i P89,'!, P: B.ILI t f R NE P 'QI : J i: JOHN Sunday PAINE & Monday

Toward the slow and westering .
| MAtREEN
011ARVRANDOLPH
!
sun; GIRL SCOUTS
There our fathers long before us The Girl Scouts met Tuesday. i For Railroad Commissioner SCOTTin

Armed with freedom, faced the April 14 1942. ]1 -
(
One)
Group
deep, I I The meeting was called to order 'To the Shores of Tripoli'
What they won with love and labor and we were led In our devotion.
Let their children watch and 'I We discussed having a hike, and I Reelect IN TECHNICOLOR
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keep. \ decided to have it on Saturday. We EUGENEVoS.to --
_o- will meet at the schoolhouse at 9 b MATTHEWS Tuesday & WednesdayEDWARD

By our dark and dreaming forests, ; o'clock Saturday morning, April 18. G. ROBINSON
By our free and shining skies ,' go on a hike and cook our lunch He hos a long record of oble and efficient service as Railroad Commissioner -in"UNHOLY -
By1 our green and ripening prairies, :j'In the woods. and his broad knowledge of tronsportation and communication
When the western mountains rise j, A report was made on our col- problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first PARTNERS"with
God who our fathers freedom. lection of tinfoil, and we don't feel
gave importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends and -
God who made our fathers brave I( that we are getting the full cooperation acquaintances to do likewise. EDWARD ARNOLD
What they built with love and an- from the citizens of our
guish, I I community. We've placed boxes (Political, ejvtrtisimcnt" paid for by supporters of EvgtM 1 Mottlttwt LARAINE D.'I i

Let their children watch and and posters In both drug stores but

save. I II only a few people have contributedto Thursday i
->- I this collection. Due to the short-
I feel that this poem is a challenge I age of rubber and gas, It is Impossible BARGAIN DAY

to every high school student to come to your door and collect WIXDOY7 EMBLEM FOR' PLEBCQRS .
I|I 22c
to buy "offense" stamps reguarly I j it. Won't you cooperate with .
-A Student.I us and bring It to one pf the drug EDWARD ARNOLD

_-v stores when you're making a trip WALTER HUSTON

CHUCKLES"Laugh to town. _lY rydN.n -In-
We held our monthly election of
and the World Laughs officers and the following were 'All That Money Can Buy'also

With You." ef': ted: Patrol leader, "Cheerle":
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Quizzer: "Why aren't silk worms I scribe "Janie"; treasurer, "Josle";
raised in the United States?" I sergeant-at-arms, "Teenle"; reporter 4 "MOON OVER MIAMI"

quizzee: "Because| we got our "Bubby"; chaplain. "Shor IN TECHNICOLOR

silk from rayon. He Is a larger ty". j
animal and gives more silk" And believe me, the sergeant-at- ++++++++++++++ ++++

--\\j arms really enforced punishmenton --. J JoH
'. Twist handkerchief and nose, those who were late. Warning:
: )o a********
., A difference arose "Girl Scouts, don't be late to a
And the story goes. meeting.;"' : f

.', They settled It by blows. o'bye. I K. E. STELLO
'
The Tandem "Bubby, Reporter

Ruth rode on my cycle car, V : Y Registered Real Estate Broker
'. Directly back of me; BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED II
't'I' hit a bump at '65' **>">

And rode on ruthlessly Betty Mae Thomas, Gilbert Don- REAL ESTATE AND
\ -0-- aldson and Bobby Paige were hon- -
Occult Bookkeeper ored with a birthday party at the INSURANCEOkeechobee

Gray: "How did you list the home of Mrs. Charles Chandler on
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money that fortune-teller got from Friday evening April 10. Among T : .*>.!" .
?" those present were Oveda Boromel. '
yOU 'I Fla. I
Green: "I entered It under the Aletha Walker, Peggy Watford. Ju- ,

heading of 'Prophet and Lost'" anell Pearce, Juanita Pearce. Sylvia ,t +-:->>>>*: ...))
I -oDeficit- Snell, Fertile Hunt Kathryn
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Sweat, Alice Donaldson Peggy

Gene, when asked by his teacher Chandler Doris June Thomas, : LET US PRINT
to define "deficit. said: "A deficit Betty Barber, Marian Martin

Is what you've got when you Clyde Durranoe Weldon "Porky" I SAVINGS BONDS and STAMPS YOUR NEXT ORDER
much as if you had Just Draughon, Tiny Watford, Earnest "
haven't as
Hudson. Gerald Leatherman, Jack, jSatSSsTMSpTw.** .. *: : ***# .
nothing. OFCOMMERCIAL
->- Wolff, Damon Walker. Nick Gray,
Worse Yet Bobby Paige Gilbert Donaldson. EMBLEM: OF P A TRTnTrS '.-Every person signing the pledge to buy savings Ponds regularly will be '
)
for Mae Thoma., Mrs. .Donaldson given one of these ln! looking Betty
The old lady was an out War effort. Be sure you qualify for one of these emblems by pledging buy tl. S, Savings Bonds "" "
) something to grumble about. "the She Charlie Chandler were "Spin- N4r\1larll whoa you are approached by one of the Modern Minute Men. .. __. PRINTING "S "
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FRIDAY, APRIL IT, 1942E3
THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS
FOUR ______ _. -_
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J have ftl'en!' out o'
We both
llIIllllIInnI1lHllllmlUnlllllnnnmllnllllllnmllmnllnnllllll llllmlllllIlIllIIllIllIn! ::1I1II1II111IIlIIl11nnlllnlllllll!'.: mIllIllIIllIlIlIlIlIllIllIlIlUnlllllllllllllllllllllnnVi "THE OBSERVER"Continued love-our hearts are calm Personal

and sterile;
( From Page One)
i
We haven't got a worry-we're
--- ; I Eno-Ize and alkalize with as happy as can be, W. B, Hargraves returned to his

_ rr- Alka-Seltzer. too For advertisements! are tabooin home here Sunday, after spending
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I use Shtnola on my shoes. just Nut Ward 53. several weeks In the Orange General -

like they told me to; -0- hospital at Orlando where he
US
LET PRINTFsa These Talon zippers on my Well, be a seeing you, I .
underwent an operation.Mrs.
== pants should keep me neat P.S.-Yes sir, this little ditty

and flat; vai. written by one quite witty I -0-
"I.j.. And Paris garters smooth my Not a short man, not the tall: Eva Dixon, Miss Morton.

YOUR NEXT rock for sox-appeal-that's est, but by our stand-by-sure, Prof. Donaldson and Prof Pippen
g that; Mom Wallace. returned home last Saturday from

I use a dozen tonics but dan- OBIE. Tampa, where they spent several

druff dots my tie, days of last week attending the
esrrt Of shaving creams I have a State Teachers' meeting.
OF
E ORDER #s 'I'Ore-I know I "can't getby" Subscribe For The News _
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t-f And I have purchased Wil $2.00 Per Year BE Wl. ADVERTISE
liam's, Colgate's, Mennen'sby
the perk, ---- --
And It can't be that they all

7 I I lIe-so moaned.I'm"Mv a nut underarms, by heck"are Too Late to ClassifyBy

COMECIAL
1 1i smooth make 'em.Although as. Zip and Neet can


my curves aren't very RUSSELL KAY
-1 good my Spencer sure can

fake. 'em; -
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..: i know BOW fatal, so my
_I! | Odorone Ice While the nation fights for Its

Should keep me sweet and Another American army took the life, this cancer sends its deadly

i g dainty, persplratlonless and field this month A volunteer army, tentacles to poison the minds of
nice; made up of unselfish, courageous our people spread fear and intolerance I-

My dingy gums I brush with women, eager \u> Co battle againsta set class against class,
r.BIwnwG c.iI 3 care; I avoid "that painted foe more deadly than the mighty creed against creed, sow seeds of
look"- bomber a sinister stealthy foe hatred and unrest, undermine the
:::.*"! With Tangee lipstick; I have that annually sends countless people's faith in their governmentand

sent for every single book thousands to their death. their leaders and smother the
"what The lost at war effort under a blanket of defeatism -
| i On us girls had orter number of lives

HB i know of feminine hygiene"; Pearl Harbor on December 7 ,
I I've Lysol in the house and stunned the nation, and an out- While our postoffice department
Zonlte and Listerine; raged people took up arms to righteously cracks down on the

1 The newest Cutex polishes I've avenge those lives and crush the newspaper or periodical that men-
iI We Guarantee Our I bought In shades enough, foe that caused them, As many tions "bank night" and bars from

= i But all that man I love will say lives were taken that same day the malls a chain letter urging the

1 is, "I don't like that stuff" I light here at home, and no one purchase of War Savings stamps it

2 I haven't got Oaposts. I haven't ave It a thought conscientiously accepts sorts and

and = Double-O, Each year in America cancer distributes to workers in defense
I Workmanship II | But neither have I got my man I takes the lives of an amazing num- industries and to men In the armed

-_= -so I'm a nut I know'I" ber of men and women who could sci vices-literature: pamphlets and
publications: that openly advocatethe
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have been saved through the exer-
And so they brought the squirrel cise of a few simple precautionarymeasures. overthrow of this government,

Prices Are Reasonable cage and carted us away, call for the lynching of President
And put us In Ward S3 forever Roosevelt, slander General MacAr-
Recognized and treated in Its
thur, and praise our enemies.
and a day;
early cancer can be easily
I We get a bath on Saturdayswith stages Among the putrid, stinking, sedItious -
controlled and its malignant
lye and chlorine dope, and treasonable sheets still
growth destroyed. Thousands .of
T. They shave him every other circulating in this country and
sufferers have been restoredto
cancer
day with yellow laundry which dally spread Nazi propaganda -
complete health to enjoy
soap; many and do everything In their power -
of useful life when medical
And "second-morning" under- years to destroy the nation from within -
things don't bother me at all science has been given a chance are "Social Justice," published
News before It too late
The Okeechobee was
-They give me clean one oncea I at Royal Oak Mich (publicationhas
established the
. Having firmly >
week and new ones in the been suspended by governmentorder
fact that If the public were In possession -
fall; since this was written) ,
Breath Is just a thing we of a few simple truths con- I i'"Publicity," published at Wichita,
the nature of this dread '
cerning
breathe, and not a deadU Kan,; "The Cross and the Flag
dllllllilI'lilillllllllllllllllllillmlllllllllllllllllllll!: lllllllllll11II11lIIllilllllllIIIIIIIII11! !!! : !! 'I"'illllillilllliillillllllllllllliI1IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: : W III? peril, disease! and would :be on guard I published in Detroit, Mich.; "The
It the death rate could be
against "
X-Ray, published In Muncie In.,
.. cut in half, the American Societyfor .
i -and there are others.I
the Control of Cancer was established -
A national campaign I I 1 In this paragraph, I were to
attempt to use the adjectives that
was Inaugurated which is carriedon
seethe In mind as most fitting
i my
b by the Women's Field army enlisted -
and proper to express my feelings
as volunteers who undertaketo
dispense this vital Informationand I regarding: the situation, the paper
this column would not
I printing oeI
at the same time solicit mem
I I permitted to go through the mal
berships In the organization to the
i i even though I merely suggested 'he
end that this Important work may
1 ( outraged wrath of a patilo'
on.
go
American citizen concerned r i
+ The dollar you give to this worthy v.
1 94LJ.lIE I the welfare of his country
cause Is as Important a defense
dollar as you will ever be called on But I can call President Roox.volt -
r1k32Or'
',j to give, for it is used to save lives : a waxed-faced dummy" and:
and relieve suffering While you H\ciate a rope far: his neck I

are giving your do'lus!,! to protect I can call General MacArthur a foo
your home from bombs, It mightbe t I can praise Hitler and urge tlu'
well to consider the fact that t: Japan be given Hawaii and that
s t the danger of Its being hit by can- we beg for peace because we Me

cer is much greater. Don't wall t; already whipped. I could do alt
ilcIv to be called on-find out who the, that and a lot more If I wrote to:

member of the Women's Field armjIs r I any of the papers listed above am''

,,,, > > ,p ,, American woman KM mail< tlfrntfU! > In your community and Join now, base my right to "do so on "Free-
; "' '' THE political, social and economic trlrlat.nder And while we are on the subject dcm of the Press
of cancer, there is another torn I'm' and I'm
a newspaperman
the of the
JD ;E protection RepublU,
equally ad dangerous that Is attacking ready to fight for the 'Freedom of

the nation: today and I the Press," but I refuse to recognize -

Women possess nearly half the private wealth which so far very little, has beer i sedition and treason as en-
rror / in the United States; they own 40 per cent of done about titled to its protection.
:' 1 all real estate, 28 per cent of all stock shares and
63 per cent of all savings accounts. Women are I

.vaa, ,, t:; the beneficiaries of 80 per cent of all life Insurance ,
? r ?! %E .;< policies, receiving a billion dollars In annual -
i' t''I as> benefits. They !Inherit about 60 per cent I h
W ,; t't bz3# ,,, of all estates. Their collective holdings exceed From where I sit.
( .
: 210000000000. Women spend more than threerr v
;" 1 ; ,a" 3 ; fourths of all money spent for consumer goods,
J : ,,,;
,

g' Whatever weaknesses our profit lyitem ol y by Joe Marsh

'>' free business enterprise may have, 1b... I II

;; t; ; 3s; been exceedingly generous to the American I

< \ woman. Certainly she would not change HfMMAGlNQ through my desk the I thought about that again, the
3t>4' the American way for tome alien ology or other day I came across some snapother day. I decided to check upshots

a + ;:M v. ism that would turn back the clock of time of friends of mine made back and find out
la
M, ic to destroy the gains of her gr.atilt century 1933. Well, I found out plenty I
If you don't think time flies found out that legal: beer has paid

k In home, school, church, club, office, shot if yon don't think this world ever mole than 3 billion dollars in taxes
change you ought to look at since 1933. It has made mare: than
y r and at the ballot box the influence of the
f : ; tt r ; ;.kkk the women's hats and dresses In a million new jobs
.2: >< American woman has become essential U those picture taken 9 years 81:01!
the preservation of our way of life, Wow! According to one of the reports
I've seen, beer has put more than
15 billion dollars into general b':si-
J'f It gave me quite a start. and ness circulation. Goodness me,
then it let me to thinking ? and that's a lot of money.
rememberin'l Lots of things aura
W happened in 1933. A new administration .

In Washington the
turning point of the depression fleer Is sold today In every state

.. and the coming of Repeal. in the Inion. Every state benefit
""
f W ( from beer' job and taxes. And I

-.'+'4S <..+' One hundred a of deter. States in 1920, th. American woman gained guess there' no denying that beer
years ago group did do
Its share in
: mined suffragette met In Seneca, New York, the right to rote and hold office, and a*. I remember the re-lo!!allzatlon of better times. bringing-back

and drafted a Declaration of Sentiments. lumed the duties of cltiieruhlp. In meet beer. It came before Repeal, when .

? I t Thus a movement wa initiated?for the political ing these increasing responsibilities In a Congress amended the old Vol I'm glad It did, too, because beer

I emancipation of the American woman. national and world emergency, modern c/.o. "stead 3.2" beer.Act to allow legal sale of Is such a pleasant appetizing be,-

With the .ratification of the 19th Amendtrio services give you more rime to Mp "..*, erage.And It .tands for moderation

the Constitution of the United democracy at work .' What talk and argument they and moderate people. It'* not
ment to had In those day*! One argument I likely to get you In trouble.

.tJ Y remember well was that beer
1 would do a lot to help bring back
l ,..
; prosperity. I wondered at the time ( / A
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FLORIDA POW OUT; COMPANY .<':"\ whether that argument could be c90e 'V : 4
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