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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Creation Date: May 8, 1942
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Volume 27-Number 46 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 8, 1942 Price Five Cents

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Mayor Raulerson : The Observe r r THANKS TO THE PEOPLE J Wins Big Majority Rep. 'Bill' lien dry


I __ I wish to extend to the people of Okeechobee county my sincere '1 1I.

Says County Will (By Bill Page)) I. thanks and appreciation for the fine support I received from 1 1I Led Ticket In The

I I -- them in the Primary election Tuesday. The large majority that I

Buy Many Bonds \V.\U RATIONS I I received from every section of the county indicates that the ,I County On Tues.

I By rollfe, I am the "most voters are satisfied with my efforts to serve them in my first ses- *

:I ned-up" person In Thoble sion of the Legislature which I served In 1941 and I take that I II. I g. t -
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Thp citizens of Okeechobee will county, I shore do believe. I. as a vote of confidence In me.I' I Representative W. J. Hendry led

> t then.nine\ toward fulfillment They xlgm-d During the next two years 1 will be In a better position to serve the ticket in Okeechobee county 1n

>: Okeechobee county's War bonds me up for the pecple of, my county and the state as a whole than I was i i, the voting In the election Tuesday
aw
iuota." Mayor Raulerson promised ''lie Army, during the session cf the Legislature last year, and I assure you with a vote of 702, and carried

n 3 statement issued toda\ 'I first, then I. that I will not pass up any opportunity to be of service to all of ? every precinct in the county by a

Chairman Page of the Counts 1T'- I went to work -W. J. HENDRY.. : large majority. The vote In the
the of the county.
War Bonds and Stamps staff has t:' i 1011 me with I people e I county and the entire state was

.6 !tied me that every countv iti s \I the Rationing I II I- --- ys r : very light, as little Interest wasi

"t. United States will be given ..1vrl Book Ii i HIGH SCHOOL GRADS i displayed. I

: : quota for bond and st.unp I\ questloa Citizens Of This i ELIGIBLE FOR AVIATION In the state-wide races. Con-

tie-: each month. STC n.iires. Ifs gressman Pat Cannon was reelected -

What ever that goal I may be I mighty lucky from this district over four

.t. sure we can attain It, and that for Uncle County Are UrgedTo High school graduates are now i i opponents, while Lex Oreen was

e will not fall to fulfill our obll- Sam they took me on with the Bible for enlistment in Class V-5. | elected Congressman-at-Large overi

L it ions to democracy throughout War Board first, 'cause today I Naval Reserve, hitherto limited to i three opponents All races as far

T.C war I could not sign a release from Buy War Bonds"The men with not less than two years as Okeechobee county Is concerned

The people of Okeechobee have 1. iii.llalioochce. my wrist Is so college credits. Single men, 18 to Rep. "Bill" Hcndry I were settled and there will be no .

i'iven men to the fighting forces of I Unie. Today I would be classified I 27 who are physically, mentally, second primary In this county

the nation without stint; we haveuiywt M' one who is a Heeledwith residents of Okeechobee morally and psychologically qualified I Following- is the official vote as

workers to theal' program I perpetual palsy. county must buy $1,500 worth of are accepted for enlistment I tabulated by the election board

without stint. To make effectivenose I The War Board was pleasant I bonds and stamps in May more On completion of their training the I ft1 i s s Donaldson j here yesterday afternoon: ,Ir

I during June and more every month successful cadets will qualify for Representative In Congress
contributions of men and of i recreation compared to the te-
from July on-If America is going commission as Ensign in the U. S. I r State of Florida at Large
oralns must
we now give our
I icus! tussle I had to worry Marries
wholehearted support to the War through to secure different I to win this war. Naval Reserve and win their wings ChesterRaulerson Barney J. Cohen .. .. ..... 22
my many I
Bonds campaign. The "Tlie.se are not mere estimates, or gold Lex Green .. .. .......... ............414

'I predict that the City of Okee- only redeeming quotas of feature sugar.of this not guesses, not 'wouldn't-It-be- Ouy F. Hull, Navy recruiting officer SundayMiss I Ernest Overstreet .. ... .... .............358

ahobee will exceed the quota of two-time trip back to school nice-to-do' figures, but the abso- announces that the following Wallace Trevln ....... .. ............... 17
lute minimum required for victory. ratings have just been reopened for Representative In Congress
War bond and
stamp purchasesthis for
was the fact that I was I
month, next month and every I in most efficient "The nation's quota Is $1.000,000-, enlistment In the construction regime Fourth Congressional District

month throughout the duration tunate having a I 000 a month. We've got to do our n t s: Blacksmith, blacksmith I Alice Donaldson, daughter Pat Cannon .. ......................464
looking, kindhearted -
good -
And I predict that In so doing we understanding schoolteacher part. htlper, electrician (line and station of Prof and Mr*. M. O. Donald Ed. Hamilton .... ... .....154/

win join our neighbors In this the I Tills announcement was made ). son became the bride of Chester I I Louis F. Maire .. ...... ............ S
to along
guide me
county in friendly rivalry euhhop5ng today by W. R. Page chairman of All men who can qualify In these I Arlington Raulerson son of Mr B. F. Paty .... ........224
will be furnished
,
way (No names !I 'he War Savings committee of and Mrs. W. E. Raulerson, at the
to outstrip the other In lines should apply immediately to Lew Sevier .. 8
Oh,
this column)
bond purchases By united effort by I Okeechobee county Immediately the Recruiting Office, Room 231, I First Bap'lst church Sunday afternoon Justice of the Supreme CourtH.
I
well "sweets to the sweet
we must put our city and our coun- '! after being notified by Secretaryof PostofTlce Building Miami, or to Rev. D. O. Alderman per- I L. (Tom) Sebring .. .... .401

ty over-the-top' for victory' always says. the Treasury Morgenthau that the substation at the Postofflce formed the ceremony ,before many I Theo. T. Turnbull ......207
:My first appearance, was for the establishment of quotas for the Building West Palm Beach any friends and relatives of the couple. Railroad Commissioner

V registration for sugar to be sold nation "placed an added responsi- Friday. The bride was given In marriage I I Raymond J, Davis . ......120

Choir of Methodist at retail. (I hope that's clear bility on every American citizen" V by her father Prof. M. O. Donald- 1 Eugene S. Matthews ... ... ......363
Greek to me), I
to
you-it's "We have been telling Treasury son. and was attended by Miss Lil- Charles M. Stewart ... .. ...... ...... 93
dedared the exact amount I officials 'Let us know how much Minutes of BoardOf lian Leltner. Railroad Commissioner

Children's Home to had In stock, as I am sure you want us to do. and the citl- Mr. Raulerson was attended by I! Group No. 2

everyone else has done. Well, I'I ins of our district will do it. SetA Commissioners his brother, O. L, Raulerson. H. M. (Harry) Burch ... .. ... ...... 73

after figuring on this amount figure and we will beat it'," Mr. Mrs. Raulerson is a member of Jerry W. Carter ..... ...... ...........433

Sing Here SundayThe for some time, then adding 202, ': Page said. the graduating class of Okeechobee Wilbur C. King .. ... ..............128

subtracting 63, plus the price of 'We now know what Is expected Okeechobee Co. I high school of this year, while Mr. R. L. (Bob Sweger .... ..... ..... .... 25/
Ireland then deducting
In ,
I peanuts of us as patriotic citizens In the Raulerson is employed In the mar- I Representative In the Legislature

selected senior chorus of theI my age, they derided I war effort. I expect the citizens ket of W. D. Coker. I J. T. Hancock .. .. ... .................188

Florida Methodist Children's Home Oble had all the sugar lie was I I of Okeechobee county to meet this The Board of County Commissioners Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson are mak- I W. J. Hendry ................ ................702

will e* presented in sacred concerta to jet. [challenge: to their loyalty to the of Okeechobee county, Flor- ing their home at the Okeechobee County Commissioner

the Okeechobee Methodist Then I Inquired about sugar I men on our fighting fronts. Not Ida. met in regular session May 4.I I hotel. I District NI). 3

chi.rcfl. Mothers' day. Sunday, May for my lunch room "Certainlyyou j cnly will we equal our quota, we IG42. at 9 a.m. v .I Ernest Hilliard ..... ....................... 24 It.

10 This singing group, comprisedof are allowed sugar for your will go over-the-top every month present were:, Chairman C. F.Vaikerj J 2M_ : Mobley .. .. .... ,..._.. .,," .._.,. 19"k: I.
2d of the older children of. the. lunch room" How' much haveyou' +..ltoushout... h.-4uration."... .. \ CommfeirfKers: E. f. Wil United States Navy District No. 4
*' had
Well. dirt
''korneT'VlIlT'be accompanied' b the !I In "stock i County quotas throughout the son. R. E. Bass, J. T. Pelps and'' I C. E. Drawdy .. ...439

Rev Harold R. Barnes superlntea-I previously declared my entire Vnited States will be based on the Ernest Milliard; Attorney T. W. j Will E. G. Sellers . .270
in the store, I Open Station -
stock of -
dent. | sugar I average sales since the Inaugura- Conely. Jr. Sheriff L. L. Conrad I : District No. 8

At the Sundav school hour. Mr. was obliged to admit 1 had none I lon cf the Bond campaign on May and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. ', R. E. Bass /50

i Barnes will show' the 3-reel tech nt- I In tock for my lunch room. i. 1842. Chairman Page explained I Upon motion by Commissioner I Here WednesdayThe W E. Godwin 40
and Ihl'fwould
all right
< 'olor moving picture. "Inasmudh"ramatlzing ( That was I "The total sales throughout the I III helps, duly seconded by Commls- | V
the life this 32-acre issue me a separate order $410.000,0001
on have averaged
Country stoner Bass the minutes of the ]
farm, where 140 of our children for sugar to be used exclusively II ;per month. For the present this I j' meetings In the month cf April, i Okeechobee News is In re- Mrs' Alma Sherman
the lunch room.
i .we At the worship service the in will be regarded as 44 per cent of
when I I 1042II!) ere read and adopted. I ceipt of a letter from the Miami
; Rev. Mr Barnes will bring a short That they did. And :ur quota. The national goal Is instructed ''
Commissioner Phelps office of the United States Navy'In
gospel message following the musical took the order that I reived $1,000,000000 month," Mr. Page I And Mr Gibb Gross
from them to the wholesaler per the clerk to substitute Phillip Simmons which they state that they will ,
program'rende1'ed by the boys said "We must also regard our for Eddie Simmons as clerkof open a temporary substation here
hp said "Mire, fine! But you I
:
iid girls \ past record as only 44 per cent adequate Election, District No.1. for May I on Wednesday. May 13, for the ,I Married
Obie. I cannot sell It to >outoday.
On Saturday night, preceding see the 4th Our quota will gradually > Primary.The purpose of interviewing and examining Tuesday
bark
on
their appearance at Okeechobee. I Come r)* stepped up during May and Financial Statement show- men for enlistment in the :

this chorus will be the guests at of the month and I will wrapit June. From July on we will!' be Ing balances as of April 30 1942, Navy.In I 1
and let see It. Then Mrs Alma Sherman and Glbt
church up you .
Canal Point Methodist
called upon to meet a quota doublehe I as presented and approved as fol connection with their visit ,
the 5th and I will ': Gross, both Okeechobee,
here will similar come back on of werei
they present a sales.
: amount of our previous loves here the office states that Chief ;
let you buy it." i I married In Sebring Tuesday after-
concert. We can do it. We will i General fund $ 9,39209 Specialist Harrison Reed will address
The public Is cordially Invited to Nice fellow don't you think"And i I''.noon atI/ o'clock at the home of
V-- Fine & Forfeiture fund 68186 I the young men of the local
these services. The usual offering me with no sugar for mycustomers' Rev. and Mrs. Fred M. Hollenberg
:MfLTIGRAPII OPERATORS I Road and Bridge fund 2.450.20 I!I high school and point out the opportunities I
will be received for the church coffee cups. And if with Rev. Hollenberg officiating
NEEDED BY GOVERNMENT 290.03
Agricultural fund offered a young man bya
oudget. Those desiring to make a "he" could l not sell me any sugar I I The bride wore a white cotton
Mothers' Pension fund 87358/ career in the U. S. Navy.
until the 5th, "." could not I I jersey pith blue and white accessories
special contribution may hand the Multlgraph operators will be appointed Outstanding. Indebt. fd. .. 99.72I Any young man of military age

money to Mr. Barnes before or after I. sell myself any from my own to government war jobs In Publicity fund ... .... 41606 I who is Interested In some branchof > with a corsage of talisman

the services Sunday morning. stock until the /5th. And if I Washington D.C., and throughout 1936 Tax Adjust. fund 8.75/ the military service is Invited to ,j i roses
sold It to myself ,I would have I Mrs. Gross Is the daughter of Mr.
V the United States, It was announced Courthouse Bend I&S fd. 337.63 call at this sub-station and he will I
CIICRCII OF CHRIST SCIENTIST to sell It to myself at retail or I. and Mrs. J. S. Underhill of Okee-
by the United, States Civil | Jail T. W I&S fund 17397 be furnished with all of the Information -
lose money, and I could get it chobee and has lived here all of her
Service commission today. Both Race Track fund 411.10 he desires about life in the
"Adam and Fallen Man" Is the I 1 from the wholesale house at men and women may apply under j Jail Repair fund ..... .. 6583/ Navy, :, life and has many friends in the

subject of the lessonsermonhlch I cost and !save money And the new announcement. Pay Is $1- Courthouse Repair fund .. 18.75 I city and county. In the city elec-

will be read In Churches of Christ again, I had no stamps, as yet 440 a year, although some vacan- 1 1941 Oen. Refund. fund 5,276.39 Whereas, this Board has heretofore j lion two years ago she was electedi

Scientist throughout the world on to get "personal" sugar with, cies at $1,260 will be filled by quail- I entered Into a contract for the i City Clerk for a two-year term
and so-Say, can you keep up I! which she Is now serving.
Sunday, May 10. I fled persons with all this? If you can, you Mr. Gross is the son of the late
The Golden text Is: 0 Israel, return lower salary. of marks and brands of : Bridge indebtedness and bankruptcy |
are plenty good! But anyway, Reports 1 ''Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Oross of
unto the Lord thy Ood: for proceedings have been Instituted
Within the past 5 years appli and
Districts Numbers 2 4 were received -
1 I
thou has fallen by thine Iniquity" j the final outcome was I borrowed and are"sUll pending on appeal In Alva, Florida where he was born
cants must have had (It least six and ordered 'filed !In the office I I
I a few cupfuls from a and reared. He Is a member of
''Hose 14:1): full months of paid experience operating I of the Clerk of the Circuit the Circuit Court of Appeals for the
Among the citations which com neighbor, and If I forget to pay a power-driven multlgraph j,! I Fifth district, and the Honorable the Florida Highway Patrol with I

prise the lesson-sermon Is the following It back I will then come out machine, of which 3 months must ,, Court. resolution I John H. Holland, Judge of the U. I headquarters In Okeechobee.
was
The following pre-
ahead. And that Is of major I Mr and Mrs. Gross have many
from the Bible: "So Ood have been In setting and distributing I''sented' by Commissioner Phelps S. District Court Southern District

created man In his own Image, In Importance type and In the composition I I'I who moved its adoption, and upon cf Florida, has heretofore entered friends here who wish them well
the of God created He him I Now I am all signed tap and order In their married life. .
Image ; 9n requiring the County
of complex forms. In filing application I I I seconded by Commissioner II
being duly
In good shape for sugar in my They will make their home In
male and female created He them. they must clearly show that the Commissioners and other parties
Milliard was adopted by
And God saw every thing that He I store and also In the lunch operate the machine without I| to remain in "status quo" until the Okeechobee.
they can T
following vote: Ayes-J. Phelps. I
had made and behold it was very room. But, come to think It I(I bankruptcy proceedings have been V ,
further Instruction. AppointeesIn
Ernest Hilliard, R. E. Bass, E. J.
,oed" (Gen. 1:27.31): ). over, I had made no provision jobs will be required I 'i concluded and this Board, upon CARD OF THANKS
government I Wilson C. F. Walker; Nays-none. i
The lesson-sermon: also Includes for sugar for my personal use. to set and distribute type for and Absent-none. Not votinanone.RESOLUTIOS :; careful consideration believes that Starke Fla.,

the following passage from the I So back I had to go on the 5th to operate a multlgraph! machineIn I the purchase of said bonds might I May 7, 1942.

Christian Science textbook, ""Sci to sign all over again so I could the of circulars, letters I result In a violation of said Court Election returns In our race for
printing Whereas this Board met in ape-
with to the sell myself a little sugar-now I 1 Congressman at Large Indicate
ence nad Health Key crder andWhereas I
and forms, and to read proof and of
vial Session on the 25th day
stockto 1
Baker and then from my own that we carried approximately. 60
Scriptures, by Mary Eddy: make corrections.No It would be necessary
April 1942 for the purpose of con- '
divine use In my own coffee-In my 'to counties and have won in the first
'The relations of Ood and man written test Is required. Filing Martin transfer funds If said bonds
indestructible own kitchen. Wow! what a life! sidering the purchase of primary. I am deeply and pro-
Principle and idea are application Is all that la neces- Florida' Road and Bridge | were purchased from the so-called
in Science; and Science And the same old lines to be to be considered. Eighteen County "Kanner Bill Account" to the In- foundly grateful to my friends in
offered B. J.
return to repeated again What's yourname sary Refunding bonds by I 1 all parts of the state for their wonderful
knows no lapse from nor years Is the minimum age. limit Van Injen and Company, Inc., ata terest and Sinking Find account,
harmony but holds the divine or- ? How old are you? How but there Is no maximum. Appll- of and accrued Interest, and there IS a possibility that such support and faith.
law In which God tall how heavy? Where were price par Gratitude Is memory of the heart
,
der or spiritual cations must be sent to the Civil was to have been funds so transferred, might be attached -
which purchase I
and all that He creates are perfect you born-and why? Well I I commission, Washington by dissentingcreditors of and I want each of you to know
Service said Okeechobee
made with funds of
and eternal, to have remained unchanged received two ration books for I until the said Okeechobee county and result that I am deeply appreciative of
will be
D.C., and accepted county, Florida, In the Interest
its eternal history" ( oar personal use-One for the In the honor and confidence you have
In defeating the
service have been met refunding proceedings -
I
of the
needs account
fund for
and
Sinking payment
"Boss" and one for myself Gee, I the accorded me. I shall do all within
47032-5)/ to detriment of the
P'I Full Information as to the requirements of Road and Bridge bonds of
If Grandma was only living I power to merit this confidenceby
V for this examination. and which taxpayers of said Okeechobee county my
said Okeechobee county,
Is with us now She never did I full part In our war
doing my
of Jacksonville and this Board
A. Freedman I
and application forms may be obtained are administered by the Board of ; having given
In Okeechobee, care for sugar, no-how! rareful consideration this effort and representing you and
spending this week of matter -
the
i from the Secretary of Administration of the State of Florida
attending to business and greeting Well, be a-seelng you, U S. Civil Service examiners and believes It is to the best cur entire state conscientiously and
friends. P.S.-Remember, one pound of I Board of and 1 Interest of said county that no- humbly In the halls of Congress
makes several machine- at the postofflce or customhouse Whereas, this Board duly adopted -Lex Green.
sugar
In city which has a post- j resolution requesting the said bonds be purchased,
\ any a
bullets to shoot at the nefarlous I V
Wills well-known attorney gun Now therefore Resolved
Errol S. Be It
the first or second class Administration to
office of Board of pur- .
MuseatlNqponese. ,
was visitorIn ( that the resolution heretofore Subscribe For The Newt
of Fort Pierce, a "sweeter" or from the United States Civil chase said bonds for the account of AJI
this week. attending That will be the -" (Continued On Two)
Okeechobee Washington, Page $2.00 Per YearRobt
and
-oBIE. ;eervlce: Commission said Okeechobee county, i a
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kept out of German hands at all COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: tratlon the said Board is hereby raod time District No. 4 22.50 District No. 5 (825

( Ctt5 I costs Madagascar and Dakar are Mrs. Harley Storey bridge
requested to make arrangementswith McCarthy & Co., assigned
I equally vital It would surprise a material District No.5. 3.50
(Continued From Page One) the Paying Agents, to be notified road time, District No. 4... 2634 "
- few experts If there are actual military Okeechobee Battery and
Service Station &
Paige ,
Published every Friday by the I engagements between Vichy adopted on the 25th day of April when any funds are neededfor repairs, District No.4.gas. 9 88 Electric Service repairs,

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee forces and United Nations' forces 1S42 whereby this Board requestedthe this purpose. Knight's Service Station gas Districts 3 and 4 107.67

Okeechobee County, Florida. ; over these key points. Board of Administration of the Section 4. That the Intent of I and repairs District No. 4 till RACE TRACK FUND
French Industry and agriculturewill State of Florida to purchase $176- City of Okeechobee donation -
this Domer Machine
resolution Is to make present Shop repairs -
now serve the Reich on an all- 000 Road and Bridge Refunding 5000.00
BRYANT BOWDEN. Editor provision for the payment when District No 4 500
out basis. That means that Frenchmen bonds of Martin county Florida Board of Public Inst. 3000.00
and if presented of all Interest Pine Land Co., lumber,
will continue to starve and with funds allocated to the Inter-
go 1941 GENERAL REFUND. FUND
through the next paying District No.3. .. .. .. 158.68
coupon "
Entered as second class matter without In the Interest of feeding est and Sinking Fund of Okeeoho-: Manufacturers' Trust Co.
date all Ruble Bass and oil
on bonds
Refunding identified gas
at the Post Office In and! Hitler. Britain's bee county administered by said
July 1, 1915, supplying Interest on General Refund -
I in the preambles hereof and District No.2. .... 21.76
Okeechobee Florida under t t41e sustained air raids over French Industrial Board of Administration be and ; bonds, due June 1. $5.348.2l
action Ruble Bass assigned road
any by the Board of Admin-
1879.SUBSCRIPTION. however sub the same is hereby reclnded I
Act of March 8, areas may V
istration to accomplish this result. time. District No.2.. .. 500
I stantially lessen France's useiulness Be It Further Resolved that the
I Is hereby fully authorized Includ- Pine Land Co., lumber Mr. and Mrs. John Dufley and
to her Clerk of this Board mall a copy of
i conqueror. I ing the transfer of sufficient funds District No.3. .. ... ... 32.50 two children of Pensacola arrivedIn
this the
RATE There Is one very Important tact resolution to Attorney
from the applicable Kanner Bill Gilbert Culbreth gas, oil repairs Okeechobee last Sunday and are
...... $2.00 to be listed on the debit side so General of the State of Florida.
One year in advance I account of the Issues identified in Districts 1, 2, 3 22.21 spending this week here with their
advance. ... 1.00 far as Hitler and Laval are.con- Passed and adopted In regular
Six months in the Clewlston Motor Co tools 3664
preambles hereof, to permitthe ? parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dufley.
Three months in advance........ .75 cerned. According to practically all open session this 4th day of May I payment of Interest on Okeechobee Hardware and
authorities close to 90 cent of A. D., 1942. coupons -
per the Identified !Issues of Refunding Furniture Co.. nails, Dists.
Frenchmen hate Germany and Board of County Commissioners, FOR SALE-Cheap. Twin-cylinder
and 5 8.20
I bonds. 3
on' with The Okeechobee County Florida.By I' outboard motor in good condi-
Advertising! bills are payable I Vichy equal passion. underground Marley Storey road work,
C. F. WALKER Chairman. Section 5. That the Clerk of this office.
the fint of each mont*. Parties I' anti-axis movement in tion. Inquire News
unknown to publishers required to I' France Is strong and welldirectedand Attest: ROY R. RAULERSON. Board be and fle is hereby Instructed ,

In advance. I I it grows stronger. Sabotage Clerk Circuit Court and and directed to forward I II
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pay I i Increases and becomes steadily Ex-Officlo Clerk Board of duplicate certified copies of this I

more effective Thousands upon County Commissioners. resolution to the State Board of II

Reading notices in local columns thousands of Frenchmen are mem- Okeechobee County, Florida. Administration Tallahassee, Florida I G- From where I sit .

lOc a line. Rates for display bers of suicide organizations which Upon motion by Commissioner which certified copies shall con-

advertising furnished on ap- will take any risk in order to strikea Hilliard duly seconded by Com- stitute the authority of said Boardto I 1by

plication. Classified: advertising 2c blow at the Germans and the missioner Phelps the following resolution do and perform the acts herein- &

each word each insertion. All Laval group of collaborationists. was adopted. above directed. Joe Marsh .

Items regarding! enterprises conducted That in the long pull will serve RESOLUTION State of Florida ) 4

for profit are chargeable the cause of the United Nations Whereas there have heretofore County of Okeechobee. )

it advertising rates. well. And it will also serve the been Issued Refunding bonds (here- The undersigned Clerk of the MATBI I ihonldn't admit It, bit After all when you stop to

I great cause of eventual freedom for inafter Identified as "Said Refund- Board of County Commissioners of there ere a few things! about Uu think about it. beer Is a .(mpM.

the oppressed masses of the French ing Bonds" for the purpose of refunding the State and County aforesaid writing Job I really like. natural thing. I read somewhere

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG people. Today we must not think outstanding road and does hereby certify that the above that all if* made of Is rood, whole

"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of France entirely in terms of her bridge bonded Indebtedness of this and foregoing is a true and correct Frinstance, I like the part where Home farm grains and water md a

of the United States of Amer I puppet government. We must thinkof county said Refunding bonds being copy of a resolution adopted by the after all the writin' and the little >*ast. with hops fen lIuor.routine .
is done I set back
ica and to the Republic for France In terms of the men and : described as follows Board of County Commissioners of just Natnre'i process of fermentationand
think about things In general.
Date of Issue-June 1. 1940. said county at a meeting held on and the age-old art of the brewer
which It stands One nation Inv women who are doing what they
of Uc
(Oh that's part jolt,
Taxing Unit and Designation. the 4th day of May, A. D. 1942. yea, does the rest.
divisible, with liberty and Jua- can to fight the Axis under the I ....)
tlre for aIL""ICIIY'S most dangerous, the most difficult Ckeechobee county Florida Road Witness my hand and the official I guess that's why beer h M

and the most discouraging condi- and Bridge Refunding bonds. Ser- seal of said Board this 4th day of Doesn't matter much what I wholesome. It really it the beverage ,

tions. ies A, B and C. May. A. D., 1942. think about. Sometimes I concentrate of moderation. You just can't

COLLABORATION V Whereas semi-annual Interest ROY R. RAULERSON on one thing. Sometimes I Imagine anybody getting Into trouble -

NOW IS TIME TO PREPAREIt coupons will become due and pay- Board Seal) think of Iou of things, one right drinking a few glasses of beer

The historians of the future will i able on said Refunding bonds as The following vouchers were ap- I after UM other.

write in full detail the long and Involved is not probable that bombs follows I proved and ordered paid when S .

story of this government'seffort will fall on our communities. Ene- I Taxing Unit-Countywide. funds are aballable. I .

to keep the Vichy govern- my bombers would have to fly a : Coupon Maturity Date-June 1, GENERAL FUND I Well, here I am going on

ment from effecting complete "col- long way to get here. Nevertheless.; 1943. C. F. Walker, salary, County Usually, when I get to thinUn', and on thinking and talking about

laboration" with Hitler At the it could happen and we konw that Whereas it is the desire of thisi Commissioner April $ 5000 I I send down for some beer. Seems beer. Probably could po on for

present time it Is sufficient to say such things have happened in i Board to make funds available for : E. J. Wilson salary County I a glass of beer not only touches hours. That's the way I am when
I but it also sort of help. I set back and get to thinking
that we did all we could and that many parts of the world. Since it the payment of said Interest cou- I Commissioner April 5000 I the spot
the thinkln mood along about things.
we failed through no fault of our is possible it is necessary for us to pons on said Refunding bonds; Ernest Hilliard salary Co.

own. There were many good rea- prepare to minimize the damage Now Therefore. Be It Resolved ( Commissioner April 50.00J. I It's each a peaceful friendly! And by the way, taking it eas,

sons why those efforts should have that would result. No forward- by the Board of County Commis- T. Phelps salary. County beverage. Sort of honest and buand "just thinkin' Is fun. Try it

been made even when It appeared looking town wants to be caught sioners of Okeechobee county, Flor- Commissioner April 50.00 man. And it tastes good. sometime; quiet and comfort-

almost certain that there was no unpiepared. ida in session duly assembled: R. E. Bass salary County I '1 ,Ie like.
I like to hold my glass of beer
hope of success. First the American I What we usually think of at this Section 1. That the State Board Commissioner April 50.00
I I liP to the light and look through
people have always regarded time of the year is spring clean-up. of Administration Tallahassee Roy R. Raulerson sal., Clerk it That beautiful, raldea.amber(1 11AU

France as a traditional ally. She And we could not act on a better Florida be and it Is hereby requested. I -April 150.00 ''I color kind of fascinates me. Re- .;''' (

has been on our side ever since the thought this year, say the engineers Instructed and directed to cause T. W. Conely Jr., salary, mimli me of tb many bartey fields ., /

Revolution. and has aided us In of the National Board of Fire sufficient funds now or hereafter, County Judge. April 125.00 where beer gets ft* ..tart.No. .

controversies with powers whichare Underwriters who have studied the credited to the applicable Kanner T. W. Conely Jr. sal, Co.
.
... .
among our Allies In the present possibilities of :bombing damage. Bill account for the taxing units' Attorney April 5000 --

war. Second few nations have done They say that every citizen should identified in the preambles hereto t Bessie Alderman salary Tax 39 of s Series Copyright, 1942, Brewing Intliulr) tvundotum

as much as France to advance the I I give his premises! a thorough spring to be transferred from said applicable I' Collector April 123.00

cause of parliamentary governmentthe cleaning. In this way chances of Kanner Bill account to the Robert La Martin sal., Tax

- French Revolution paved the accidental fire will be cut down applicable Interest and Sinking | Assessor April 12500

way for many other revolts against I and In addition, we will be safer if Fund account of the said RefUnd-1 J. L. Chandler sal., Janitor

tyranny Third. France Is still the an enemy attack comes.It Ing bond Issue identified April .. .. ........ .. 60.00
possessor of a sizable naval foicea is suggested that attics especially preambles hereto so that the funds ) W. B. Hargraves sal. Supervisor I I tf

fact which is of the utmost practical be cleaned out thoroughly.Even in said applicable Interest and Registration April 4000 ,

Importance at this time. trained firemen would have Sinking Fund account. making due County Welfare Board re //4. I

But that Is all water over the difficulty putting out fires Ignitedby allowance for funds already therein lief. April 400.00 f {<
? w
dam now. France Is to all intents I Incendiary bombs In an attic not heretofore earmarked for Fla. Power & Light, electricity .'

and purposes a Hitler ally. Before I I I cluttered with discarded furniture. specific Interest payments will be C. H. and Jail. April 13.:P : 1iii

this war Is over we may formally I I I !piles of paper and old clothing.The the amounts set forth in the fol- Monroe Calculating MachineCo. I l ,
I
t ifgard her as an enemy. It Is extremely I National Board also recom- lowing tabulation; and. after said .. bal. due on Calculator 108.76 a t,. ,

likely that in the near future I mends that each citizen prepare to transfer Is made said Board shall Paul Wongrey salary. Pros

we will extend full diplomatic extinguish fire bombs. For this cause the said funds to be appliedto Attorney. April 75.00G.

recognition to JDe Gaulle's Free purpose it is best to have a suitable the payment of interest coupons I C. Durl ance, salary Act. '

French government. The fact that connection and a hose long enoughto cn said Refunding binds: as follows. Pros. Attorney April 25.00 f i' I' '

Ambassador Leahy has been recalled reach the attic. Only a spray of Coupon Maturity Date-June 1, J. S. Underhill recording

from Vichy and an American water should be used on the bomb 1942.Taxing fees. April 30.00

consular official has been sent to Itself Another recommendation is Unit Countywide Re- I L. L. Conrad attend County

the Free French capital in Africa to cooperate fully with air raid funding bonds for which numbersand I Commission April 4.00 ,

shows definitely the way the wind wardens Comply with all their denominations prescribed. ''I The H& W B Drew Co. sup-

blows. I suggestions and rules. Series Bd. Nos. Principal Amt. of plies .. 10.74

The American people should hold This year America must be prepared Bal., Trans. I Citizens Bank of Stuart con- R'an 1

no optimism as to the purposes I for any eventuality. Spring A 1-903 $ 901.238.03 $13,51856B tract 285 66 \ ; .LL

which "Black Peter" Laval has in clean-up is more important than 1-160 159829.5 2397.44 City of Okeechobee waterC. i e o- .

mind. Long before the war he was ever. C 1-63 63000.00 945.00 H. and Jail. April 141" AIR

known as the least scrupulous of V Ruble Bass, Bassinger Schl.

politicians In a country where cor- Legal Advertisements $1.12406759 $16.361001 I cafeteria 20 C CONDITIONEDgQmpJI

ruption was the rule not the exception Section 2. That the Clerk of this Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co.,

in governmen.il circles. Board be and he is hereby Instructed I Judge and Jail. April 14 61

Laval has made up his m,. I that M>1HK OK APPLICATION FOR and directed (1 to fur- Roy R. Raulerson recordingdeed ;

his own future is 100 per cent dependent I.T.EED".. of lASS nish the State Board of Adminis- j I from Newcomb 210 I

upon a Hitler: victory. He V.tliiU hirtliirlvin' 'Hint inUi-p p. tratlon with a certificate In duplicate Dr I. M. Hay treatments I' -
piliiiiiifluMiiiiil.. iuilili-r of '1'.. ,'..rl., as to each taxing unit, setting j Howard Watford .. 120' Dependable Service
has said publicly that If the United nli.Nun' : Hisii! and 11KI.\ : lnmiiMl the
Nations triumph he will be escort- I 1"''b ilnv. .if Antrim A. H. 1I1.\\I. hoe forth the Refunding bonds Issued ,I The Okeechobee News advertising -
111I"1 Niiini' hi HIV uflli-e ; him intuit, upilliutliin Low Fares
since the date of the last
92.20
and
ed without to the printing
ceremony gal | fur u Tux Iii-i-il In be l ueilthiTi'ini certln-I'
lows. He will do everything he can t Siilil (VTillii-iiti. i-nilirmvn Ihe cate of similar nature Okeechobee Hardware and

to help the Axis-and few believe i fiillonlnK'IIIIIIH' i>r ilt-wrlbud iikii-1. .linli.i.. iimpi-ru., Html"I. In I'liir'the him; and 121 to hereafter execute 'I Furniture Co. supplies to Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

that he will worry much If the Germans 1.1. til-Alt': similar certificates covering any j I Courthouse . 2.4,,
continue to slaughter helpless ,'U I.),'.,*nf I.okwMlmli.f'Ilio ..'. 11 mul t.' lll"rk 171. exchanges made subsequent to thel I I Primary Election Officials and the North.

French hostages. The Frenchmenthe iiiw-iiment of mid property aster date hereof. ]I Precincts Nos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Nerrhb.verLv.

Germans assassinate are those laid Certificate Isiiied wn ID therun" Section 3. That In addition to I 6 and 7 .. 210.0:' OKEECHOIEI 140 AM. 2:10 PMM.TAMPA ..
f rOo i 11. Iiohprteult lard MiirIf . I 10:10AM: 555 PM
who would most actively fight Laval "nt tAh'.I.'nl. the amounts hereinabove provided Okeechobee Defense Council Ar.: LAKELAND' : : . ,:.10: AM S 50 PM Costs less than Drives

If they were free and so It Is |... tnld CertiricRtPi shall h. r1ienipil to be transferred the State Boardof : donation .. 50.00 A. ORLANDO . 1050 AM. 745 PM 0.. ....... -
< acrordlnu to law property d.- A' JACKSONVILLE . J'15'M 1I'45'M
lixcly that he Is glad to see them u,illiwl therein shall he mM to the highr Administration Is hereby author- i FINE & FORFEITURE FUND TALLAHASSEE . 44S'.... 1259 AM Wey yiAr. "
put out of the way. .t Milder lit the Courthouse door on Iced to transfer from the applicable T. W. Conely Jr. sal., Juv. A. LAKe CITY . 2:25: PM. I 1:10: AM.. MIAMI S 2.10 $ ,...
HIP, first Monday In Die month ofI I JACKSONVILLE 4.40 7.9f
Just what has Hitler gained I 'HIM'. I'M.. ulilih In tin1m III) "fI Kanner Bill account for the Judge April $ 15.00T. b.OKEECHOIEl 4.40'.... 1045 PM TAM'A. 2.0 4.11
by I .1 I nun' I'M. taxing units Identified In the preambles II W. Candy Jr., docket fees A..JACKSONVILLE J.45 A... 9:15: AM LAKiLAND" 1.90 3.41
forcing Into office a French gov- 1.,1' thin '.'(Hi daY .if April| llilJIDY ORLANDO 2.10 4.S.
et'nmenthl h has abandoned alMost It. It.tt'1Ii1tON hereof to the applicable Interest -April . 32.05: G'UCr CONNECTION Ar JACICIONV'U', rAUA. TALLAHASSEE !.'! 10."
Hork Circuit Court of and Sinking Fund account of Patfl Won grey. conviction HAssle AND UIC' CII' WITH GREYHOUND I.'II/IS I.AKI CIIY 4.U 7.11
all pretense of Independence Okeechnbre County Florida Issues .0. AU POINTS NOUN AND WUJ, ATLANTA" '.'1 IS.Of
the said Bond
lOnnli "rniirt Hi-Hi ., 4(1 Refunding fees April .. .. 70.00
and which is an avowed an en- r
MACON 7.IS 12."
thusiastic supporter of the "NewCrder" V identified In the preambles hereof Roy R. Raulerson, attend. I..,.."..."- D.'ol vALOOSTA S.U '.61
MITICKiikiwIiiilH'e : either now or as funds becomeaulla"'le and Cost Bills Co. Crt. 64 80 OKEECHOIEI . 440'.... 1045 PM. IIRMINGHAM .SO 17.It
in Europe? Coiintv'. Florlilt' from future collections asum Mrs. Ar. MIAMI' . ..50'.... 230 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.20 20..
L. L. Conrad salary
In answering this the French \In)' 1. I'!!.'. CHICAGO 11.01 '2.Mt
I Notice In hi-n-ln. ichi'ti Hint |,rennet, of money sufficient to permit Jailor April .., 60.00L. R.L.nln, NEW YORK CITY ".00 2'.a.
fleet comes first to mInd. If the r t tu K,linn II nf rhnntpr ,.:'III. I.nni funds to be placed with the Paying b. MIAMI' 1000 AM 200 AMAr. .
L. Conrad Cost Bills
Germans can obtain control of that i I..r. Mlrlh1. Ail. I'I'IT\ : Vnnnu n. the OKEECH05E6 2:10'M 1:40: AM
Murnit.' | | .. the fiilliinliitf I ilom-rlhrd Agent for the said Refunding Bond !Sheriff April .. .. ... ..... 335.19G.
fleet the naval balance of the
laud. In 1)kr'rhobpp l ,'01111'" F'orMa.nlll issues to replace any funds hereto- C. Durrance Conviction J.
world will be dangerously changed. l I... ,.,Ir,-rpd fur. solo| ul johns out- T. H. NIX Agent STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIONltccdtohcc
Some believe that Admiral Darlan I' <'rfur 'IIi lil 'hi-Ht mill) lii-st rash bid. fore sent to the Paying Agent. tote fees April .. .. 1300 ,
nliWt t.. tho rlitht of thi rnntcoi ; applied in payment of interes AGRICULTURAL FUNDC.
may hestate to give Hitler everything of the luternnl Improvement" Fund to
\\ants-antl-Brltlsh as h: rpjo-t any nnd nil hM. nt the C'ntirtI en said Refunding Bond Issues but A. Fulford salary County IIIb
I, "Mi'ilmnl' tl' t. M I, IMI the Itth ilil\ of which subsequently either been recalled Agent. April $100.00
is he also knows that his own po- I u iif. I'M. 1 Kimi-iut-iit" fur rand I
because of peremtory writs ROD & BRIDGE FUND
iliflil iif unam 'lei't nlilinlll I"
-j:ion depends keeping at
upon I n-..<-rvid frnin IIMpariH tlu'ongh cf mandamus or impounded because Payroll District No. I, labor$l5'' 1
!least nominal command of the which thnnIn nu -xlmlnir I Ktnle llmid.N'a .
It him In of S"r i NK'i: and N'j ..f of the service of alternative Payroll District No.4. labor 43.0
Trench an
navy. puts I si .. "r :\\\i, lOt :MIKIT; Jil. < ..it"of mandamus or impoundedout Payroll District No.3. labor 1220': 1 oWr ry:,
excellent bargaining position. Still I T\vp. :'in. lute :n.: rmitiiiiiiiiK :uIMIVH. '.
of any reserve account by the Payroll District No. 4. labor 4113Zeb
: "
in the long run the best feet is that '
I Nit .if Mj "r 'W ', .f MI'L service of any writs of manda IT LIS. I Durrance road work
Hitler will get the fleet if he wantsit *..(. _'a. 1'1'p. :I n. UHI. :XL. 4',,"- I'
I rulnlnii, til iicnnI'lirlniili said remittance to be made, at the District No.2. 20.00
badly enouah.France !! inn >,1M x of M- Cur.nf option of the Board of Administra- Payroll District No.2. labor 100
col- KKi: nf. t\VI/1. run H M yiU..
numerous ,
possesses Mon, either at this time or at such
... .. T. W. Conely Jr. assigned
W MH "! X .11 vl I. B: III,1. I
onies which would be of utmost I s..,.. .:-jii. t\\'|p i. II.!. lit:1:1.:i:>. cmi- time as any of such coupons are road time District No. 4 10.00 .

service to the Axis. American I -111 iii-ri'i. presented by the Paying Agent (for I Payroll District No.2. labor 1170
"'''I.I.... of h.. Iud'rnnl Intpror.tnphe :
troops are now In New Caledonia "" Fnii'l, "' Th" Hint.of 'h. 'tll.. payment: provided, however that The H&I Store, assigned
which lies across the Amerlc n- lli( >Y U. HAfl.KKMON. 7th event the latter / e O A
.AirKiir Truntwi 1. I. Fund.Okrprhobu'e option is road time District No. 1 500
Australian suppy: ling and must bo (,''iniiitv, Plurals elected by the Board of Admlnij- The H&H Store, assigned .



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FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1942 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE HIRE*

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l NOTICE I IJ FOR SALE Wood Range, six

eyes, porcelain covered, warmingoven
Domer'a Machine shop has been and hot water reservoir

designated by the Okeechobee Cheap for cash O J, Harden
The 'Chobee Bugler County Defense Council as head- tS-46p

quarters for the purchase In Okee- .
chobee county of all old scrap Iron, -

steel and metal, which might belong l I.

.... FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL to the people of this section i

The government Is very much In SEEULMER

- - -- --- .wM need this
of metal and must have

'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF Too, we want this book to contain \ XITKK Of' (OMI"I lTlnOf It. However, they do not want It EZELL
IUIM.fr; .\M Ii MH-IIMI 'OR
without the for It.
list of all the graduates of paying owner .
EDITOR ...................................... .................................... .... WINIFRED CROUCH Okeechobee a high school and their .I.I..f..nn.1011'I Kl'0 e: n. OMII'HIVTS.lit: \KIM1 Oil- Everyone who has material of

ASSISTANT EDITOR ..... .. .... ........................... .... .. JUNE CHESHIRE present addresses, so if you know To All Hliom to II Million MIIV (::1."I''oilirrniI'lirmiiuil Semite this kind on hand is urged to see FOR

BUSINESS MANAGER ... .................................. ..... '" ALICE DONALDSON the whereabouts of any graduateand Hill No Ml: minting. to Fvi,riilndeil Mr Domer I

SPORTS EDITOR ...... .. ....... ..... ........................... MARY MCLAUGHLIN have not as yet turned In his hit>,riilniiii,n' |if IHHtrlil tin Kt.it. limited( of Florida In tin nt It'gla Its. V Electrical and Refriger-

CLASS EDITOR ................. ..... ..................................... ..... LILLIAN LEITNER or her name and address, please do Hill oeo.I if, ,,"l.Mrvbulia, : 'I'IK Honrt liralnuire of r'ommiseduurrs Illstrl -- Mrs, J. Louie Carter and little ation Sales and

CLUBS EDITOR .. ......-.............. .. ESTELLE SANDERFUR so at once ,.I him itiiiMid,,, to IK |ireuired| a son of West Palm Beach spent

SPECIAL EDITORS. .. LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN V hiidjiit ilulriniiiilK, Khowlnif,,, of the the Dlmrlct deed" during ur\toe the re- Sunday and Monday of this weekIn Service

your biKliinliiK mi I the 1m liny of next Okeechobee visiting Mrs. Car-
NII\oiulitr cool eiiillnir nn the :llnl Inv ter's parents Mr. and Mrs W B OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA
MRS IIARDY ENTERTAINS : "As I See It" last week and signed I F.F.A. ELECTION"Porky" of the' all"" '.1I1I1C 1)1'toher, and the j'
'Inn been ale In the Jennings L
"line limed on
I the Initials "GM" to It.-we're Just
THE SENIOR CLASS olTlie of the Hi-tretim' of the Illntrlot, -0-
a-wonderln', Draughon, ReporterThe lit Itoim 1107 HUpimio, Kulldliiv, Ml-
is mill, rlnrlilii, where I the time limy be Mr. and Mrs, George Duffey left '
I can't to be able to long-awaited election over
just seem
Last Thursday evening at the keep up with things when schoolis and everybody Is happy that is i-xiimlmd hilt wild, 1', mid lloiird. thin will l II meet to notify nl mid you today for their home In Miami, .. .. x.o:..:..:.;..)

home of Mrs. Crouch, the Senior The idiiee' tin tin lllth\ iluy of Mnv, A, D, after spending the week here with
not in session, so I guess this Just about everybody, anyhow
class I 1114.\ nt in):((5) 01' 'link In the forenoon the parents of Mr. Dufley. Mr and
was delightfully entertainedby letter Isn't as newsy as It should boys elected as their president the uf iiibl dn\' (lii'lnit not less I tbiin, BftiMii Gilbert Theatre

one of its members Mrs. Wini be Thus, until next week, this is "one and only" (thank goodness) days from the dole of the first Mrs C. B, Duffey.
imhlli iitlini hereof) for the |purpose of -o-
fred Hardy Games were played, good-bye, Silvanus Harden, His opponentwas hen ring objictlona and corn|pin hits I

according to a well-planned schedule I I Don't forget to buy War Savings Charles Hargraves, with nupeit tn mild' bndtfctItonrd -o- OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM
of ComuiNiildnera of I Mr. and Mrs. W, B, Jennings
during which delicious
punch 1 stamps this week, The boys made a bad choice fora Evrrglndre: Iirnlmiire PlatrlctBv I
was served I Yours "Patch" M.\KK( It, JENN\NT, I spent Friday and Saturday of last ,II
I vice-president. They elected ( Ice cream and cake was served : V Clyde Roland Durrance for their : (K, M 1. Illltoor. I FOR WEEK ENDING
their son-in-law and
Mr
daughter,
45
to the Seniors and their I Sooritur\
guests as
GIRL SCOUTS next year Well, guess who we elect- V I and Mrs J Louie Carter, :M\V 14
follows: Gerald and Kathryn, Leslie I ed as &eel'etary-It was "Tiny"

and Betty, Joe and Doris, Gene I Watford, He cant write, but he NOTI'E: OF rnrrn tPPLIfTIOX FOR I Mrs. William-0-Alderman left Sat- .

and Mildred, Teddy and Nettle The Gill Scouts met Tuesday said he would learn how "real !/..". of IB,15Viitlit FRI. &SAT.Double .
I her home
for in
urday De-
morning
In hi-reb' ulM'ii that Itoan left
Pearl, Maron and Evelyn, Damon, for their regular weekly meeting "
; quick I'IIIIM Inlib of 1'111 f''rlltt"III.01.: I Land after spending several weeks
Johnny Alice and Chester, Wendal After the formal opening of the OOU and U7U laaut'U the UtU Uny of June, I Feature
Terrance Myer was elected as here with her sister, Mrs J, S Und -
In of
and Mrs DiXon patrol meeting it was decided to \. Ji I'M.! : hue llh'd mime nn I
treasurer The boys made a bad floe, has made nppllrntlon for a Tax .rhlll, and other relatives, RUBY KEELER O7ZIE NELSON
This group had a wonderfultime 'do something special for our Patrol Deed to he Issued thereon: Raid Certlnint -
choice for because they
reporter
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and this event will be one to ; leader, Lucille Johnson, who is embrai-ei the following demrlhed I -In"Sweethearts -
I elected "Porky" Draughon, We hada property In the County of
be remembered forever by the Sen- in the Sebring hospital. hard time electing a "w .tchdog"' Okeechobie' !State of lorlilu., to.wit : ofThe
iors ot the Class of '42. On behalt Virginia Lee Culbreth was elect- I Ila and,,, ) II, W rliiht M :Ird, Adflltlon I
because there was a little ballot- ,
of the Seniors I wish to say to ed to serve as patrol leader, pro 'the iinHcgmni'nl of mid property nn- Campus"also
stuffing" going on, but when the m/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIII!/! IIIIIIIIIIII1I1II1I1III111111111I
Winifred, "We thank you and we tern, in the absence of Lucille dir mill eitllliHtn |leaned was In the I -
smoke cleared Eugene Wright was inline "f I P. M, I'uirx. l':>tInleKi .
all did
have a most enjoyable time A discussion of second class proficiency -
elected] He beat Dourer Wilson and sold Certificate shall be redeemed WEAVER BROTHERSIn
V badges was held, and each noeordlnff' to law, property de 1
Junior Conrad LET US PRINT -
irlbed therein shall he aold to the
TILTH COLUMN' 'girl Is to select one certain badgeto Due to the absence of David uluhitt bidder at the Courthouse door I
work on for completion before on the first Mondnv In the month of "TUXEDO JUNCTION"Added
Hamrick, president and Leslie .1'iii,". I'.il.\, whlt'h In i Ile, 101 i dnof, .
I June 1.
Okeechobee, Florida, Cheshire vice-president, "Porky" June 11MJ. -
The Investiture be .'" fprll. 1U42, YOUR NEXT ORDER
to Hiili'd this
May 8, 1942. program Draughon presided at the meeting HOK. lrIAttE'i \ .\SDCL\ )E ('OMEDI'rSUN. :

Dearest 'Patchie': held at the banquet Friday night Don't forget about the diamond Clerk Circuit Court of .-

I received was practiced bill practice boys, and I be sure to Okeeehohie County, FloridaUrnilt
yore very Interesting Invitations to the ( Court Smli, H 46 OF & MON.
were given
letter, an' since Ise caught up on be at the next meeting, because wewill I VI .
gills to take home to their mothers,
my sleep In these holidays Ise gwln have the Installation of officers I MLRLE OBERON -

to give yq' a little dopeYa' inviting them to the Mother- and I'efreshments111 be I tOCucCa kRIAIII COMMERCIALPRINTING :MELV1V DOVGIS
Daughter banquet Friday night,
remember what yo' wrote me : served, -In-
8, at the Methodist church I
May annex 70AY'
about Damon and ? Well
Sylvia I 1
"That Uncertain
Feeling"also
Ise sorry to say that jouse mistaken I { P'
Those at the meetingwere I
'bout them being back to- present MOTHERS' DAY PROGRAM: ,
Alberta Loutham Er I "
gether 'gin 'cause he was with Per- Mary ',666 SEWS & CARTOON
:
nestine Hunt, OreenberIlIer. f" ,. j
flee Tuesday night after the Future Barbara Anne Polly Moore Gay Virginia' A special program In observanceof i 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImmWIII1 IIIIIIIillllllllllllllillI!!I ,

Farmer meeting Oh, yes. and Mothers' day will be given by a
Lee Culbreth Parkerson, WED. THURS
Betty aln't wasting no time neither I Virginia group of young people at the

Just cause Leslie ain't in town she Kathryn Conrad, Mary Ellen Walker Methodist church Sunday eveningat Rl'DY.ULEE -
Davis and Constance
don't sit at home Ask "Porky"that's Shirley 8:30: o'clock. The program con ROSEMARY LANE
Finger Four girls were wearing solos and I I THE POCKETBOOK
he a-knowing about this. sists of anthems, duets,
their uniforms! and looked quite -In-
Let me tell ya.'e'se sho' been readings.The .

a-havin' a good ole time this week, stunning V public is Invited to attend, I KNOWLEDGE "Time Out For Rhythm"also .

while the high school faculty has and especially all mothers are ,
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I.CRTlIl'R, THE
been a-sweetenln' up Okeechobee urged to be present The programis CARTOON 'A

county for Uncle Sam Now, Wed- under the direction of Judge T

nesday I was up at the school, and By "Bubber Klnsaul and W, Conely and Mrs J, H McCia- --- --r .

_"11-'4 ** all around the library there weresigns Donald OardnerMacArthul' nle COMING-

1 saying, "Sugar. I was toldI r louli!
Never Get
Rkh"j 'lull
Is V I
I that Miss Morton had put them up a mighty man. of Hre"j; "Dhe Bomber""Strawberry
A hero throughout many a land; ;
and that she was "dishing out" the
handled those yellow GEMSFrom Blonde", hing't
The way he
sugar so rapidly that she had acquired Row;"

the nickname ""Sugar Too, Japs, Your Scrapbook .
It made their leaders feel like -- -
I was told that she was a-saving ONF ?0 TW 71aKp'
some for a special occasion next saps? REALTY- : .... :.:Mllre'aG FREE SHOW NIGHT

Wednesday Now I can't be a-tell- They tried to -0-take Conlgedor, The soul, by an Instinct stronger W9 arf"AAIte4' Tuesday, May 12
in' ya what that is, but you be a-
But MacArthur showed them how than reason, ever associates beauty \uhublp Premiums Givenwa> '
shell tell ,
askin' Miss Morton- ya ,
brave we are; with truth-Tuckerman. .*sk for your tickets r' Sinclair
i We wonder how Frances is getting '
along since 'Cooner" Isn't ,So they kept barking like harmless I eMl lod, V.\/\ ) @ ita lions
The fountain of beauty Is the

here. We hope he hurrys up and And pups.finding it strongly fortified, heart, and every generous thought .;..:..;..;..; .:..:,.;..;..:..:,.:.. .;,.;..:..:,.:..:..;..:..:..+

pets well, chamber .; ..{{
It Illustrates the walls of your : ------ ---- --
gave up.
We wonder who Mildred Morganwas ,
, ,-Quarles.
with the other night. Itcouldn't -0- I $ -: .. > ..> *?
They changed the scene and took -0-
have been "Buck" Elledge,
Bataan, Beauty Is but the sensible imageof fw

could it? While MacArthur was In another the Infinite Like truth and jus- N.rone.oo5 0"r ro"r.", ew ., Sunrise TheatreFORT
We wonder how the Cheshire- ; '
like virtue \ .
land tice It lives within us; : .
Wolff is along. Holdto ; -. t,
case getting '
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He'll the boys of that small and the moral law, It Is a com- ," 'r'r PIERCE
revenge
him, Doris, don't let him got! Isle panion of the soul.-Bancroft, GiAti'/ ::LC, ".
We wonder how Alvyna Sweatt '" ,. ,,1111' .
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"Yellow -oHis )
and Harry Paul are getting along By blasting after those mile! Japs"mile modes declare the beauty of -.s 'wwyn0ft" .r''r.nnv.Iar'r Today & Saturday

What has happened to Juanell wisdom .
holiness, and His manifold .r
and "Porky" They haven't been -.0- world in : i t. Double FeaturePAT
To bomb Tokyo they said It shines through the visible -y1-'e 4rb.
seen together lately, couldn't be done. glimpses of the eternal verities --1( OBRIEN
We wonder how Bessie Lou and :
along It must So the Allies decided to prove -Mary Baker Eddy, BRIAN: DONLEVV
John are getting I' "
them liars and have some fun; -u- 'I"m" ..',' .
have been love at first isn't sight. And on that dump some bombs did I pray thee, 0 God, that I may ;; : JANET BLIRIn
Williams: getting
Haynes be beautiful within,-Socrates, -
.
along so good with the Freshmen.We fall, o..co...... ', ., : .
It made those Japs scream and -r we", u. L. 'Two Yanks In Trinidad'
wonder why? Nothing in human life, least of -.r r'i -_ TO was ArlllfA' oss"tu lbw or w

My, doesn't Cecillia and Nick I bawlMacArthur. all In religion, is ever right untilit -l_ .PCANtsi'5 DoT 00.0 erw. pied rpra,10 PlIer"" ,,wAStae/Asr"'na.>MC.CA1I -1-
-0I ___ EMI"Vr.teMa .
make a cute couple! I1 CUtlWIKMTo
Gray I BILL ELLIOTT TEX RITTERIn
has a plan that'll stop Is beautiful s A a -
We wonder how Johnny JenkinsIs Emerson Fosdick
those -Harry -
Japs,
getting along with Juanlta.

Could it have been Juanell we saw And put an end to their lie-tell- -- .. --.-- 'North of the Rockies"Sunday

Bobby Paige with Sunday night? ing traps; ..
We wonder what girl it Is that Ho'11 take Tokyo and all the rest, Give Sacred! Concert Here &

schoolboys And end the world's troubles of Monday
all the Okeechobee high

are so crazy about Here's a those back-stabbing' pests, BOB HOPE -

hint she's In the ninth grade. -0- MADELEINE CARROLLIn
So, 'hats off" to "MacArthur, the !
And, by the way, we hear that ;i
Man, v -
the old romance of Rlgsbee-John- i'j1I
son has been budding, Is this true? Whose aim is to take Japan; "My Favorite Blond"
to 'tell He is a symbol of Red White and
And I mustn't forget ya r --
Blue,
11, that Molly was entertaining two-
is Tuesday & Wednesday
To his duty and Country he
cadets from '
not Just one flying
the Sebring alrbase Sunday, and brave and true.0 a r'Ar' .dv ROBERT YOING -
FTf
they're coming back on the 16th, % RUTH HUSSET
Filter's Note: We can't say this
so if you want see two good-look-
is all true now, but we admire the -In"Married -
k in* men, Just keep jour eyes open
spirit of these ninth grade boysSCRAP Bachelor"
, looked
I Just had a peek and they
V
pretty good, and I hear they're

nicer: than they look I BOOK Thursday

Marjorie was In town this week- -

end, and, of course, all the hometown Plans for the Theta Beta Scrap r BARGAIN DAY

boys and girls were pleased Book of 1941-42, to be given to the t Y 1

ID see her library are underway, and we're tat

The wedding was very nice and making another plea for any ma- .

the bride looked very lovely. We teilal that you would like to see'in; BERT LMIR BIDDV EBSEV

wish Chester and Alice much happiness 'his book, or anything that will be -In-

.' and success!! of Interest to our friends or under-
Sing Your Worries Away
i Now the Marthas seem to be classmen. IW Y t'i ,
t
-al
"struttin' their stuff" this week- Next week watch the bulletin Z o--
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end, but Just who they were withI boards for the time when we will a t ,' BID ABBOTT -

couldn't be a-iajln', Maybe It'sa make snapshots cf various organizations ,, } Ajjj 4 8 M a LOU COSTELLOin

secret, or maybe they Just don't and events on the campus b +

want those special boy friends tote Let's make this the very best of -

hearing about it, or maybe itt all gifts to the school this year "IN THE NAVY"

could ,be Just gossip So, what well need is cooperationfrom
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Too Late RUSSELL to ClassifyBy KAY I T SWEETER THAN SWEETS I IIS



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should not only continue to expand 1

Burled In the rich soils of our when peace returns since Its products I FREEDOM

Florida Everglades are limitless will be as sorely needed after

quan'Jtles of products urgently the war as they are today, and I .
needed In the successful
: promotionof
with the need for lastlcs or synthetic
the nation's war effort. '
Lastic synthetic rubber), plas- rubber no longer urgent, the
ticizers, oils, waterproofing and same materials that had been going 'I '' ]
coating materials for the protection Into this product could be used When you look at your ration card remember -
of mechanized equipment, materials In the manufacture of plastics by i

raincoats needed, wading In the .suits manufactureof balloon I the Questioned same processing as to how plants.soon the I Food less sweet is still much sweeter than slavery. J JOur

fabrics, pontoons lifeboats and I plan could be put into actual operation -!
rafts, gas masks, tarpaulins, air- I Mr. Bitting stated that if '
plane parts lubricants, and many given the "green light" now, so as
other things. to take advantage of the coming ,
Working with the United States planting season and constructionof
be conserved because-
of must
limited supply sugar
Department of Agriculture, the necessary buildings and housing
United States Sugar corporation, facilities It would ..be possible to''
through Its research laboratories, I get the plant In operation by Jan- ships must be released to transport men and suppliesto
has successfully developed formulas uary 1, but if delayed beyond the I
for the production of these and ,present l planting season, another far-flung battle fronts.
many more materials from sugar : year would be lost and it was I

cane which sweet can lie potatoes grown abundantly and peanuts In, i hoped the (matter the government prompt consideration would give | ; sugar is an essential energy food for our fighting men !

the Everglades.If and take favorable action at an and those of our allies.sugarcane .
a proposal made by ClarenceR. early date. '
i The entire State of Florida would .
Bitting the
president
of Sugar
corporation Is looked upon with I beneftt tremendously by the establishment .4 products are of great importance to sue.
favor by the "powers that be" In ; of this great agricultural- | cessful prosecution of the war.
industrial :
Washington, Florida will see the development. It Is Imperative -
Immediate development of a seven- that we Impress upon our 4
ty-five million dollar project In the Florida congressional delegation, as
well as governmental agencies con
form of an agriculturalIndustrialenterprise

'000,000 forth that of will materials produce annuallyand $60- cerned to, our the end desire that for Florida prompt may action -, Sugar eaten in slavery would be a bitter potion,indeed.

make use of her rich resources in I
to
give employment 20,000 peo- :
the essential production of critical .
pIe.
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wartime materials. .
Sitting's plan calls for the plant- I .
Another great contribution made
ing of 100,200 acres to cane, peanuts
and sweet potatoes 50,000 by the United; States Sugar oorporI I Cut your sugar consumption even below the allowable
I ation In the development of new ,
acres: by Independent growers of uses for existing products Is evidenced 4 ration and thus make doubly sure your food will always be
the Glades area and 50,000 by the

Sugar corporation construction- and of Industrial the Immediate I tion of lemon In their grass successful and other produc-crops I flavored by the precious sweetness of liberty. :

new to the area employed In the
plants for converting these products production cattle and cattle i card smile smile
Into a wide variety of needed of feed I When you look at your sugar ration
finishing. Beef equal in quality to
war perfected materials through by means scientific of processes that produced anywhere In the I l sweetly-so you may appreciate to the fullest your right and
I world has resulted from these'mo 4
research. your ti to smile 1
lasses-lemon
lands and building grass feeding experiments.
Necessary I I :
sites for such plants would be l ,
leased to the government at the Clarence R. Bitting and the I f
I( United States Sugar corporationhave 4
nominal rate of $1 per year and the
( done much for Florida but ,
Sugar corporation would operate
such plants on a strictly cost basis I what has been accomplishes I Is I y

without the estimated profit for$75,000,000 the duration.necessary Of'i II' given nothing would an to opportunity.It what be most will unfortunate.be done if but for 'l i ;; UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION

for the project the Sugar corporation
Florida If their! efforts are obstructed I' arAn.
would provide one third of or frustrate 1. NNO, CLEWISTON. FLORIDA
this amount, the government the 4 OND.NIDWra. ,
. balance. V.- 1
President Bitting points out. that "In the Heart of the
unlike many war Industrial activities I l
which must needs be disman Subscribe For The Newi'' <

tied and cease operation after the
war, this Everglades development $2,00 Per Year t:aJ.A... w.APAGE --.. -



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