The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 27-Number 47 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 15, 1942 Price Five Cents

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( Bill Page) Cossle C. Simmons and Miss ,

Rep. W. J. Hendry and Bryant I Francis Lee were married on Wed-

Tuesday Afternoon !:I Bowden spent Monday in Punta "ALL QUIET ON nesday of last week in the office of ARMY' FOR MILITARY SERVICE

the county judge at Sebring.
Oorda where they went to attend THE WESTERN FRONT"
I' Mr. Simmons has been a residentof --
I a fish fry and picnic that was giv- | Well, all Is qulel on the western I Okeechobee for the past 10 years I I i iI I -
C B DiifTi" died v his home ENGLISH BROTHERS HEAR i Many Selective Service registrants -
eu for the State Conservation de- front and the eastern being a son of the late Z. H. Simmons -
ere Tuesday' afternoon after an'' PARENTS ON STATION WJNO |I who have
front and served one 2-year term been deferredfrom
and also north
.1 lw"s of (He months Mi Duffey partment and members of the leg- on the I
as sheriff of this county i, military service because
islature. central and southeastern fronts
and his wife moved to Okeechobee During the afternoon a |
.11 September 1940, where Mr Duf- 1, number of members of the leglsla-I as uell. The days of the ration- Mrs Simmons is the daughter of WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. May they have dependents will

:ewas employed as linotype op- race are over at least for a Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Lee of this 12-It was a case of mixed emo- I eventually be Inducted unless they
ture met In Informal meeting |
city and was born and reared In
sNow become in activities
era'or and printer with The Okee- srl'1I tions when three English brothers engaged essen-
( hobfe News, which place he held and discussed some of the prob-1 we can sit quietly at this county. I tial to the nation's war effort, Brig.
lens which will affect this section They will make their home in sed the facilities of Radio Station | Gen. Vivian
home and Collins, State Directorof
until the 12th day of last Dcceinuer plan our livesery
'Of the state at the next session of' Okeechobee. WJNO to listen to personal mes-
accurately, Selective Service, declared today -
when his condition became according to what
..iubody- next year. : M _a>BV B. __._._ cages from their parents on the ,
lIch that he was forced to go to kind of a
oed. where he had remained until V ration card County Quota For British Broadcasting Hour The cOl'poratlon'sChildren's brothers "We are rapidly approachingthe

:his death last Tuesday.Charles Mayo Praises The we hate lorI "ertoyous; the adults with them stage where everyone must be
I working or fighting to win the
Busboe Duffey -<,as born lliis, thal- ifibly emotional,
War i Is war," the General asserted War
in Woodbury Gloucester county ., I and what Savings The brothers are Quentin John.
Farmer requirements the demand for
New Jersey, July 29. 1872. and Everglades y have you and Corrle Oraddon 13, 12 and 9
would have been 70 years old this ass; I And, Isn't it Placed At years old, respectively, of Welwyn manpower by essential industries as
$1,500 well as the armed forces-will compel -
July He was educa'ed In the pub For His Efforts ) '" ', nice to be Garden City Hertfordshire Eng- many local boards within the
lic schools of Vlneland. NJ. In I able to relax land. They are the sons of Mr. and
next several months to find selec-
1887 he moved with his parents to I after a hardddY'S I 'Mrs C. N Oraddon. With them
E4!! j Okeechobee county's quota for tees for their quotas among regIs-
Bartow Fla. He attended the work I I j for the broadcast was another Eng-
TALLAHASSEE Fla. Ma12 II.the War Savings program for the trants who have dependents
Florida agricultural college\ at Lake Night after I 1 :ish expatriate. Miss Eileen Alway
Nathan Mayo, Florida's commissioner I month of May is 1500. This is a "Right now local boards are reconsidering -
City In 1889 1890 and moved to night, of Brighton.
of agriculture, today "('Hed"I as mure punches appear (iota for you and me to buy War all registrants with dependency -
Jacksonville In 1891 where he be- on the score card, you can refuse Staying at Palm Beach with
Everglades farmers of the Lib'" I I IOkeecliobei Savings bonds and stamps to the deferments for two major -
came associated with the Florida I I for their "duration guardians," Mr. and
to take the family out
region; for their un- limit of our ability, It isn't only a purposes. The first is to eliminate -
Times-Union From that time until a spin In the "old bubble bug- Mrs. Carl Reiner the children are
'elfish devotion' In pledging coop- quota in money it is also a from this class all men who
last December he was actively gy." No more will have to I interested highly In their new careers |
eration in the program to produce' you quota In tanks and guns, planes cannot prove that their dependents
engaged In newspaper work until complain with a headache or In Palm Beach county schools.
synthetic rubber for war purpose'' and ships, torpedoes and bombs need their earned Income for sup-
iUness forced his retirement.He 'whether we make any money ornot" claim you are "all tired out. When the Treasury department V port in a reasonable manner, and
is survived by his widow, Mrs Just pull out the old pasteboard HOW TO WIN THE WAR
seta a quota for any county in all who cannot prove that they did
C B. Duffey of Okeechobee; two and check over the really "Yes sir," said the in the
"The Involved chemical processes America, It tells us in effect that Man not acquire dependents to avoid
sisters, Mrs. k. M. Cox of Alva and I the necessary errands the car must month must dozen Sweet, "This war Is going to be
c converting Juice of sugarcane '- every we buy a military service. The seconr pur-
one sister in Washington: two sons, I the starch of sweet potatoesand be used for, and you can con machine guns a couple of "Jeep"cars fought in Australia. That Is where pose Is to distinguish between men

George Duffey,, who Is employedwith I the oil of peanuts into essentials vince the whole family that thin a dozen planes, or a hundred the big battle will\ be. The Japs who have dependents but are not

the Miami Herald and John I for vital war necessities such Is another night at home, tanks or if we're large enougha are only feinting when they drive engaged in activities aiding the

Duffey. of Pensacola and one I us rubber, resins and explosives are Oh boyl! Then dig out that old destroyer, a cruiser, or even a toward India. We are sending men nation's war effort and those who

daughter, Julia. difficult for most of us dirt farm- family album. Some fun! You battleship. Let's buy even more to Australia and that's the placeto are contributing for victory by
Funeral services will be conduct ers to understand. But the grow haven't been those old pictures planes and tanks and guns than send them. A line will be drawn their work as civilians

ed this afternoon at 2 o'clock at ers of the lake region have accepted for )'ean. Remember? When the government asks us to buy. between northern and southern I "By making this distinction between

the Glass Funeral home in Miami, i, at face value the word of the you stood with your hand on Let's all pledge to buy as many Australia and we'll be there help- those engaged in essential
and burial will follow\ In that city Ma's shoulder, "Ala sitting Ing the Aussles defend it. We
I experts of the United States Sugar War Savings bonds and stamps as activities and those whose civilian
V corporation that these products can down," and the other hand we can afford-10, 15 or 20 per cent ought to concentrate our war effort /I occupations are not contributing to

Music Class Will :! beobtalned, and they have com- holding your derby hat at avery of our salaries or wages set aside in Australia the war effort, it is desired to induce -
municated to the Department of rakish angle That sol- each payday to Invest in liberty "I'll' betcha," said the Man on' voluntary movement of the
Agriculture their cletermination 'to emn look on your lace Great Only by doubling and tripling our the Corner, "that this war is going J latter into essential activities and

a Give Recital At I lo our share In the successful prosecution goodness, la that, )'ou7' And purchases of these bonds and to be won or lost In India The 'I ;thus to release for' military, service
of the national'waf effort'," then. Junior &
laid! the commissioner. Junior at one year, etc and I quota. Come on, Okeechobee county country and they'll get plenty of be deferred as 'neccessary men" until

The High School; Mayo revealed that a committee look at him now-IS yean! let's show America and the help from fifth columnists there they can be replaced at their
representing Independent farmers And how about popping some I whole world that America means The United Nations had better work"
I iiolding more that 100,000 productive corn or roasting a few peanuts business! plan to make their stand right i| Persons engaged in non-essential

The Music department of Okee! acres around the shores of Say: thin Is the life after all! 'Make Market Day Your Bond Day' there in India. That's where we activities, however, should not cease y

chobee high school will present Lake Okeechobee had addressed Back to the real old family life The farmers and cattlemen of I oughta send our men." their present employment until I

Fertile Hunt Sylvia Snell and Bet- resolutions to him to other state And If the folks want to go visiting Okeechobee county are asked to I II "You can take it from me," said their services are needed In some I'

':: Barber In their annual music' officials and to the War Production say, "Okey, I'm ready save a substantial share of each the Soda Fountain hound, "Chinais essential activity, the General

re":tal Tuesday evening. May 19 :3oard. asking that everything pos Let's go and pay a visit to John farm product sale to Invest in |i the crucial spot in the war. Why warned. He said:

JL- 8:30: o'clock In the high school 4ble be done to Insure prompt construction Jones and his family I haven't Unfed States War bonds and 'i it's plain as the nose on your face "This voluntary movement from y

.,\" itovlum The public I Is cordially\ I of necessary processui4acill'ies. : \ seen John In a year, He lives stamps at the time they receive the 'hat the way to stop the Japs in non-essential to essential activities

,nvited to attend. right next door to us, doesn't money The farmer of Okeechobee the Pacific is to come up behind should be gradual, orderly, and I
The program Is as follows\ I The aimer demand grows out of he-or dues lieOr how about 'ount' will be an' Important factor them and cut their supplies across economically sound transfer of
Peer Oynt Suite i Grle>- Prank and Edna- They used in the this vital the China sea The British and
'Morn1 1 I a proposal made to them two weeks success of quota I Idl'tt' i, manpower. The Federal govern-
Mood! "Ase's Death "Anitra's I i ago by Clarence R. Bitting, president to live the second' house down I I Americans should concentrate their ment will make known from timeto

Dance, ," "In the Hall of the Moun- of United State Sugar corporation and just across the road We Only through regular participa- forces in China and press the Japs time the opportunities for train

'n King" Perllle Hunt, Sylvia I I that they farm half of a 1>1'0- it 11all\ go and we will to on 'lon. however on the part of every 'j back to the sea. That puts 'em ing and employment in activities

Snell. I' ,lected 100.000-acre plan,ing of cane 'Shank's Old Marc': (remember citizen, can we measure up to the I '-etween two prongs of a pincer or essential to the war effort so that

Clair de Lune
Barber essentials lor vital war sup- hurt the 'dogs' quite a lilt, I goals which will\ be given us lit the have held 'em back for five years made without unnecessary disturb-

Rondo Caprlcclossl (Mendels lies, principally synthetic rubber know, but don't worry, Dearies.We approaching months People In cities vith some help they can push 'em ance ta: the welfare of the com-

,ohn)-Sylvia Snell. I I Bitting contemplates asking government are all "going to the dogs" and towns with monthly or back" munity, the family and the individual -
Papllhon (Lavallee) Perllle financing for 30.000000 of plenty fast these day, as the weekly Income will\ invest regularly 1 "Get a load of this," said Mr. Each Individual regis-

Runt | the estimated S7IS.OOO.OOO a ilcultur1 | tires wear out 'n War sat ings. 1 Gecrgc Spelvln, "we're Just kidding trant. however, knows or should inquire -

Just A-Wearyin' For You (Carrie :1 1 and Industrial: Installations, and !!' And now suppose Ma signedup I know that the Income of the ourselves in the Pacific. Africa is Into his own capabilities and

Jacobs Bond)-Betty Barber. I ias pledged that the sugar company for the ration card for Pa's farmer and cattleman comes at irregular the place this war is going to be the opportunities for employmentIn

-caring (Schumann) Sylvia and the independent growe'I I car and Junior use the ra at Intervals and that the decided What we need to do Is war Industry, and should seek

Sne'J.: I ',vlll\ pioUde the! remainder in equity : night and runs out of gas say amount depends upon price and concentrate an AEF in Africa and such employment without waitingfor
ollchinelle (Rachmaninoff) capital. The Everglades rubber I up around Ft Drum And saya yield and so I ask that he Invest a with the French and British 'lick specific Instructions from the

Perllle Hunt I production line could be traiu- I road patrolman happens share of his income every time he the pants off those wops and Huns'. government.
or Man River (Kerni Perllle 'armed into plastics production after i along and stops to look things receives income A share of egg Keep the Suez Canal out of danger "When men with dependents are

Hunt, Sylvia Snell. Betty Barber I the war. Bitting says, thereby, over, Then he asks Junior for money is important A share of -that s the stra tegem. Then when considered for military service, the

Spanish Suite i Lecunoa"An> assjilng continued agro-industrial his driver's license, And Junior crop and stock Income Is important we get ready we can Invade Italy General emphasized, local boards

dalucia, "Gitanerlas." "Malague- development of the 'Glades area dear never had a driver's license America needs a share of and give Hitler and Mussolini will have regard for occupation together -

na"-Betty Barber, Mrs. Lowe, I EltOn ;has, offered plan sites at { and, Is only 16 years old, farm money now, and Is giving you something: to think about." with the degree of depen-

V 1. and proposes to operate the'' anyway I Imagine poor Junior an opportunity to provide a "nest- I "Lookey here" said Bertram B. dency. Registrants who have the

Mrs F, W. HumphriesAnd I processing plants for the duration would be compelled to walk to egg" for future years of uncertain Bystander, "I ain't no communist, greatest degree of dependency, suchas

Entertain vithout. profit town or push the "old Jallopy" prices. "Make market day your understand, but this is going to be a dependent wife and children,

Daughter V back by himself (or with his bond day. ,, a war where we gotta take first will be the last group sought for

sweety's help) which Is not like W R. Page, Chairman things first. Them Russians have military service, he said, provided
Miss Ruth Humphries and her : Ed Hamilton Issues ly. Or, perhaps, leave the car War Savings Committee. got the upper hand now, and If that they have become necessarymen

mother, Mrs. F. W. Humphries, en- i i sit out along the highway and ( Everybody 10'< Every Payday!) I], they were strong enough they in war production or supporting -
tertained the Martha circle at iu walk In And leaving the car V could march right on Into Berlin activities.

regular monthly meeting Tuesday : Statement On Race nit out along the highway dayor Martha Lantz Marries t and the war would be over. What V

afternoon. May 12. In the absenceof I night these days Is werry, | we'd better do is go over and help 4-H CANNING CONTEST
the devotional leader, Mrs D. J. Jack Prescott Saturday 'lick hell out HIt-
I For SeatEd wen-y" bad on tires And I the Russians of AWARDS EXCEED $6,000
Congress '
Hunt, Miss Ruth Humphries led reckon Uncle Sam needs all the ler'."

the worship service, basing her scrap metal he can get these A. quiet wedding ceremony took "For crying out loud," said the -

theme upon "Suffer the little children Hilmtlt.onran- third in'' days. Oh, yes, and it's tough place Saturday evening, April 25, Little Man Who Is Always There, 4-H canning Is a No 1 war pro-

to come unto Me." Issued to run out of gas along the 1942 at 9:30: o'clock at the Breth- 'the way they fight this war ject this year, promising to easily
Congressional race
the recent
An illuminating discussion of the statement. highway these days for other ren church at Bassinger when Miss makes me sick. Any blind man can exceed last year's pack of 11,000,000

program topic, "Children of Our the following of! reasons You know, If your favorite Martha Lantz became the bride of see that Hitler is getlng ready to''' Jars of all kinds of foods by 250,000
thank one my
Church," followed and Mrs. W. A. 1 every of 4-H girls. Such a total assures
in my''' preacher! or 'Aunt Suzle' Jack Prescott In the presence Invade England this summer. What ,
friends who supported: me
Moore very interestingly told of the United I came along they could not allow members of the family and about we need to do is send all the men ample supplies for home use and
outstanding Institutions for children race for the Congress you to syphon any gas out 50 friends Rev. Ray E Lantz, 1'we can muster over to England. the release of other essential foods

provided by women of the States. had finer and more i of their car to give you a lift. father of the bride, performed the 'Then when we have enough men required by the 15 million or more
"No ever
church, such as hospitaU clinics\ loyal friends, and I want you to Oh no! Remember what the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Otis and planes there we can Invade pelple among our allies\ and in the

schools) and 12 children's homes- know that I am grateful "little card" says, "This card I Chandler were the only attendants. 1 France and Belgium and 'do the armed 'forces.

one in Alaska, one in Honolulu and "It Is sincere belief that ran be used only for gasoline The church was beautifully decorated 1 Job' over again, like we done It In view of this situation, more

ten in the United States. citizen my of South Florida, re- delivered into the fuel tank of with spring flowers. Tall, In 1918. (I''importance' than ever attaches to

After the business session a every of whom they supportedIn the vehicle described hereon white candles on the rostrum fur- 1 "Listen, you guys,"" said the Man 'the National 4-H Canning contest

pleasant social hour was spent gardless the Congressional race, should'' Well, sir, now even a poor, de- nished the light '' Who Knows a Man Who Knows, '|offering county, state and national
with the hostesses, during which and cooperate with crepid Jallopy assembled from Mrs Ray Lantz, mother of the "the Inside dope Is that we are go- 'j awards valued In excess of $6,000all
time they were assisted by Miss work representative from this district odd parts of a half dozen different bride, furnished the wedding music. I J tog to attack Japan through Alaska 'I provided by Mrs Ruth Kerr glass

Martha Humphries in serving a delightful our and with our leaders in makes of can Is absolute As the processional she playedLohengrln's" I and that's the way this warI Jar executive, for the 14th season

ice course. for the benefit of our king of all the gas that his Wedding March." I should be fought, We gotta send It will\ be conducted *> she Exten-
Those present were Mrs. F. W. nation and South Florida. !I j little colored ration card allows The bride was dressed In a ray- I\ an air force to Alaska that will\ put' slots Service In Floilda this year,

Humphries, Mrs. E. H. Goodwin, after the Primary elec- I hint to have. And an old jal on-silk dress The dress was light the fear of heaven Into those Jap ." I land leaders and numbers are

Mrs W. A. Moore, Mrs. C, F. Jenkins tlon"The I sent day Mr. Cannon the following \ lopy with four fairly good tires rose color with little white flowers. I And then they all got Into an argument -' i 1 urged to secure particular at once

Mrs. C. C. Evans, Misses J. telegram: 'Congratulations. If I and three gallons of gas Is The groom is the son of Mr and t| about how to cut down the i from their county agent or club

Parrish Ruth and Martha Humph be of service please call I shore worth more than a Rolls Mrs "Bill' Prescott of Basslnger. : amount of their Income tax; how leader,

ries. I can me'ever. .Signed: Ed Hamilton I Royce with an empty gas tank Mr and Mrs. Prescott have a host I' to get some tires, and whether the I Gold medals will be given countyI
V on them much success I basement to I winners at the close of the season;
is much to be done in I and a card full of holes. of friends wishing was a place
Mrs R. H. Singletary called by Florida. We have a tre- So when you drive down the and happiness. They will resIde hoard I! sugar Daytona Beach > trips will be awarded state victors

the Newt office today to show us South mendous responsibility. Let's accept -! road with your "Lizzie," set up at Basslnger. News I I to the National 4-H Club CongressIn
floral oddities I in December, and five
one of the strangest that responsibility and work It.oget.her | straight with your head back, V V 1
ever seen. On one Easter lily stalk to achieve: a finer and' look ,ont from under your Mrs Basil Bowden and Mrs Lu- Roy R Raulerson, clerk of the I $200 college scholarships go to national

there were 41 perfect blooms. Each fruitful future for this dlsI' "specks" and feel happy. But cille Stello spent yesterday In Se- circuit court, spent yesterday In winners. '

of these blooms was open and made trot more and for our nation. (Continued On Paw Two) brine Fort Pierce attending to business (Keep 'Em Canning!) .

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Can we protect ourselves? The 1 ourselves would be free. But we 1 I I tnlnlnif+ n Herri. To relieve
hcccljubcc I rfiig cannot keep freedom to ourselves. IriiBlen of The Internal ImproTpDiiine The Observer COLDS
answer is an unqualified "Yes"I We Fund of 'rho Kliile of Florida.
I If we are to have freedom, we must ROY It. UAt'l.EHSON. /11 isef y of
must dress properly eat properly, share freedom. The day of the Agent Trustee I. 1. Fund. .
Okeechohi'O, Comity, Florida LlQt'JD
Published every Friday by the sleep properly. And. of vital Importance vast empire Is past. The day of V (Continued From Front Page) TABLETS

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecko- we mustn't take chances equal peoples is at hand. NOTI'EtF C'OMPIFTION: OKIII 6 f f

tee Okeechobee County Florida when we get that "sick feeling" or "Let us keep that aim shining IIIKT KTOHK AMI OV Mtt.TINU IIKAKINO, KBI'l Oil- keep your eye on the gas uag.e, : $ALS'ENOSE

that "tired feeling." When that before us like a light-a light for .IK: "IIOSK .\M" OMI-LtlNTS.. and don't get too far from DROPS

happens there Is ,but one thing to the people of Europe, for the peo- To .ill VMiom It Muv < onverni1'lirmmnt home! And remember, every COUGH DROPS
BRYANT BOWDEN. .. Editor I to He<'tlun 3-A nf Somite
do( -seek! expert advice. ple of Africa for the people of Illll :No. M3 rvlnllng to KverglndeiJirnlniitfii gallon of gas you save will buy

I American medicine Is responsiblefor Asia for the people of South Amer- IHitrlit puixed by the, legislature another War Savings stamp. Try "Hub-.17.TI.m'-a Wonderful
of the its
xtiito of Florida at
Entered as second class matter epochal progress In the cause ica, and for the people of our own lull Homlini. 'Iho Hnnrt of Commie. Soon that stamp book will be Liniment

July 1, 1918, at the Post Office In of better health. If the people cooperate beloved land." lulled of DviTiilinli'i: Hnilniilio l>li- full and you can get another

Okeeehobee. Florida. under the American medicine can As 'Time' put It, "Seldom before Snot Inn dliovliiu I'lUKcd the to debt hi I iircpnri'dInlillfct icnlcc re-I War bond to do your share towards I

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. safeguard our physical wellbeingin had any U. S. leader said, in such liilii'iiii'iitx of the IHmrld during 1 the winning this war it la

these trying times. clean earthy words that the free- M-iir:Nuii'lnlicr lii'iclnnliig and enillnv on the on lit the,duo:\1.1 next ilnvnf patriotic and thrifty! Remem- I SEE

V dom.on. which this nation was for KiKi'i'illiiK' October, and the ber, 'Everybody W Every Payday -
hill been tile In the
(ilnced on
RATE RUBBER FOR AMFRIC\ founded means freedom and dig- .'
I office of the Si'eri'tnry of the District,
motoristis nity for all people of all lands." nt Ileum' 11117 HI.,NI.\'lie BullillnK. Ml- Well be a-seeing ULMER EZELL
One year In advance ........ .-... $2.00 Hope for the American you.
riorhla whore the iiinie tniiv be
Six months In advance ....,. .. 1.00 found in the ambitious synthetic Pl'eclselyhat we must or will cxiimlni'il nml tliln I I. tn notify you OBIE..

Three months in advance..._ on .76 rubber program which is being developed do In the future is in the laps of that mild llonril, will meet nt midiiliuc P.S.: Remember Pearl Harbor! FOR

by the oil Industry. the gods. Many think that there 5114' .', nl on ID the:(Hi liiih o'clock dny In of the MII.V" forenoonof A. D. "Let's stamp out the Japs and ,

| W s. S. Rodgers, president of will be great economic adjustments, wild, day (holnit not lees than fifteen bury the Axis. Electrical and Refrigeration -
dun from the Into of the first
Advertising* bills are payable on the Texas company says that the and we must find ways to help iiiilillfnllon hereof for the purpose of \ I Sales and

the first of each month. Parties automobile is so interwoven with other peoples attain the means as hearing uliJHtlnni and coinplalnti ,

unknown to publishers required to I our national economy! that its ne- :' well as the desire to buy part of with rmimt Hoard, to of mid(oniuilHiloneri budget of PersonalMr ServiceOKEECHOBEE

pay In advance. cessary civilian use should and 'the Incredible flood of goods that lAi'rirluili'n liriilnuvp Diet rI't.
The : our post-war factories will be able B.MAUK It. 'E.NNANT,
( must be continUed. govern- (Seal) rinilninin+ FLORIDAliBERTY
ment's current synthetic rubber ::0 produce. They think there will At lent : K M. 1IIKOOP. and Mrs. George Duffey of -

Reading notices In local columns plans call for the creation of a be an end to thinking that peoplesof Secretary. *5 Miami arrived here Monday afternoon -

tOe a line. Rates for display supply which will be almost entirely another creed and color are Interior V having been called here on
:o.OTJ( r. OF .U'l'LICATIOJ FOR account of the death of their
advertising furnished on ap- absorbed by military needs. to peoples of our creed and TAX DEED

plication. Classified advertising 2c Therefore, the oil industry has ap- color. They think. in short, thata LAW. Of 1 3SNiillce father C. B. Dufley.

each word each Insertion. All pointed a committee "to make recommendations real start may be made towardthe I'uirnwlilor' : ( IH rt' 'l.fl:\" OrllMciile that, Ruin Sin Lea lIMER CKS

Items regarding enterprises con-i for increasing the goal of the Brotherhood of Man ODD uuil 670. Issued the nth day of June, Word has reached here that Carl
Include that have dreamed A. H nil.: Inn Hied minm In my nf Simmons Jr., Is Improving at his
ducted for profit are chargeable: I announced programs so as to philosophers flue Inn made application for a Tax
st advertising rates. some rubber for what we con- about for 20 centuries.In Deed to he leaned thereon, Bald Cer home In Sarasota, after an opera-

sider essential civilian use." Commenting any event all of us are now tlllcnte emhracei the following OeHcrlbed tlon for appendicitis. ..
I of
property In the County
on this Mr. Rodgers said, I getting a new and far more accur- Okeechohpe State nf Florida, to wit:
-- --- ----- ---
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I "I have a great deal of confidencein ate Idea of the character of other dltlon.Lulu, s and| I u. Wright1 =3rd Ad

pledge allegiance to the Flag American Ingenuity and I would peoples. We used to think of the Th niieiiinent of inlil property an-

of the United States of Amer not be surprised if Yo e should soon Chinese in terms of Incredible poverty ilir mid OrtlllcntA issued was la the DEFENSE
niinip nf F K. I'enrre int
ica and to the Republic for find some satisfactory solution to disease and Ignorance now I'nleni sell Certificate ihall be redeemed

which It stands: One nation In- this rather difficult problem." I we have learned that the Chineseare according to law property de-
rlheil. therein shall he sold to the
dhrtiible with liberty and Jni- Very great progress has been brave and Intelligent and are highest bidder at the Courthouse dooron

tlce for all" made In increasing the wearing I i led by men who are outstandnlg in the fret Monday In the month of
.J''III". Ilil.'' whhh Ii the lit ilm or
for We used think of
ability of synthetic rubber any company. to June, 1942.Ihitrd BUYvM1

tires. According to W. S. Farish, I the Russians as spineless serfs- I thin 'ilh: ,111"r April, 1942

Ol'R FREE INSTITUTIONSIn president of the Standard Oil com- :and now the Russians have held ROY Clerk R. HAt'LEISON Circuit Court of UNITED

New rubber substi- the greatest military machine the
a recent speech before the pany of Jersey Okeechobee County. Florida
tutes developed as late as 1940 vorld has ever known, and perhaps ICIiinlt Court Scull, 4t.46 STATES

American Society of Newspaper would deliver only 200 miles of service deleat and disaster We used to V iirr SAVINGS
IN Tlir: 1)I'I1'KI'TH liT OlTHE
editors, Donald M. Nelson made New synthetic rubber may deliver saved all the United Nations from I "MTM: T.or Fe FISH Tilt

these thought-provoking remarks: 10000 miles at speeds of not j I think of Australia as a rather unInteresting NOITIIFRV"TKI('T OF rl.OK- BONDSAND
s.w.Iio1. lilI..
"Our free Institutions are meeting over 33 miles per hour. And. says and unimportant "Is- I '0. Inlil.51-Bn nkraptry STAMPS

their Mr. Parish a single:;;! day's output I I land" far away in the Pacific-and In the Matter of .I i TexM LaGrange
supreme IVKIII..MIIS: ; : Dit.MN.MPH!
Jf steel would enable the oil In- I j now we have learned that the Aus- i 'lltlCT. I'elltlonor i Tm bayin tbeM Stamp

"Our enemies say that free institutions dustry to bul'd' all the equipment | tralians are people very like our- In. I'roicpillugi For ii rnniii'nltliiii|

are Inefficient: therefore needed to keep the necessary civil-i selves proud and embattled and I In. u I'ul.llc DehtvrNOTKK with my change,
I 0.I'I't: \Lu'I'ln
they have abolished them. They Ian cars roiling. that the defense of Australia Is vital i ;\ : (1101 II I,:IIEHHln:. that 'Cacue each one's a Up
say free labor cannot serve a war I IIV. Kclley : lleiinta Titus: llennlnM "
I'' will, o' course, be a long time to our own defense So it goes. I Nazi
TltiiK /
have 'i'itiu nnd' Sti'idion hi mnrst' a or Jap
economy efficiently; so they brfo.e much iiftber is available for Whatever comes: the average I lltiiK. their tiiiirillnii ail l.ltein -- -

destroyed free labor and made anything except vital use. So take American is obtaining an Infinitely JIIO.... I'. lltui ai 'suuh, Imirdliin ml Who threatens our home
l.ltem Kathleen VVnll nml Tudor .\
every worker a slave. They say the bebt p>slble care of your car better knowledge of the world and \\nll. :hen.liv Jolnllv mid ieM
free industry cannot be as useful and U tDes. And In the mean- the people who inhabit it than his pens tn the lilted State Circuit {
In a war economy as state-eon- 1 Court nf Appenlii for the Fifth Cir
time, it is rftispurlng to know that forebears ever had cult. from the liiierlmutorv Decree

trolled Industry; so they have put tl'e oil industry is doing everythingIn MVM _V -H >">BW I Continuing Hun of CompoHltlon; n"Anieiiili'd. Rap end d.the enemies nf
all industry under tight( controls entered herein April II."A ofX666
its power to give this nation the FINANCE AND RESOURCES: 11)1.. ..d< *"'I"'FI..U.SS..- ,

and made every Industrialist a servant synthetic rubber It so desperately F.r'AI.TO\ & SPM.V.AttnrniM c; !_ Bond, CM an* ...,
And they say that a free needs. "We may have been reminded so for Aiipinllng l'nrtlc

press U a hindrance to a nation V I often in this war" said the New ,I of Icy Ciuni'l.AlllllVHHI'K Mill, KH. VVAI.1O.N ,SAIVS.NOSIMOI* payday.j.L14 .

which Is fighting for Its life I York Times recently "that men .
so I
WAU-\\11 tT? |
they have destroyed the free press AFTER THE !I and materials take precedence! over II IIi l'll l'\ \\llltnll \ Xptllll.
\IIII.r'nlt"n.. --- -
Today most minds are centered i j i money that there is a tendency to .
and made of every editor a lackey."It 1si219: \ "I'niiirniiii" ItiilMlnit.Mill
Is on the Job ol winning this war- go to the extreme and assume that in I, riorlilnIN .
to that
up us to prove they I I
that and that Is one of the biggest Jobs 1' finance no longer counts. The fact V--
are -
by showing our
rong Tilt ( IH< lir ( IHT OF TIIK
that has to nation in the ,,
come any Is Instrument
that Is essential
finance an -
free institutions our free labor our I NINTH .11 III l( I M. ( Iltel IT. IN
history of mankind. At the same where resources of a I! 5DOR OKI.f+llltHrK: ( OIN." .
free and
industry our free press 1k I.IIKIIU.. IN' ('1.t\I ...<\
time of I|
men are thinking '
many country are mobilized for war and .
give than
us more strength they
that dav when the war will finallyend the enormous process of production COO; OI.ITJ.\1'En NAVAL TnnnN A .,
can muster through all! their con- 1 t :
and the equally vast task of transportation and exchange of .i I9'.rid i .oriionitloii i iPlnlntlff
trols. We shall prove it In the way
i recoiiiti'uctlon must be started goods is facilitated I 1 ,
of free men that
by showing free TI
I I '
men driven by their own loyalty I They are laying plans for this "The size of the bankers' Job Is' I' M II'; I'MIIM. i.| III.) Ii
world of the future, based on the i V"-"dnntl. )
illustrated by the one problem, of I I'
and determination are better than Nlll( F. 'l'() .\l'I'FK't'0 : .S
slaves driven by their master's hope that ways can be found to government financing. When the nn: 1.1':1-\1'-\\1'101.: :' i.co Y '3'
make international peace and pros- AI1u1SON. uhow place|, of ienld i
lash." utmost has been done to sell De- ,
2nd mldremi In fire of Malm n
The free Institutions of this perity real and permanent. Instead fense bonds and place the govern Cninpiinuvth Vrmored Ki'glim m .. : .
of temporary and Illusory. ment's securities with insurance Hull IHtlKlon Ciiiiip 4'tllllY.rk"
country must meet this supreme I in lUNsii I: ADDlsriN HKrl\iit
test or perish. There Is no middle I All Americans know what hap- companies, savings banks and other whipby her hiiMliiniil AMU'C1'
pened after the last war: It was Institutions It Is likely that the lll.i: 'Kiil. whoe l .. plnee of reKliloliiinml
ground. No one who knows the uihlri.'sis Ii Uonte .No I. I'nlonAtPlllle
history of this nation doubts they the position of President Wilson commercial banks will have to absorb hillllillll' Ni'\\' ..It.r.I'P| .
that this nation must accept the M'M' I: .MMilMiV.' nho.. place olri'NlihMiie
from $20,000000000 to $25000.-
will meet it. There has been delay .
noxld rue U Cure nf Compnnv
and waste There has been stupid- .responsibility of leadership in world 000.000 of government debt In the C. Third Triiliilng Iliilliillon, Dltltiloti S + --- -
affairs and he believed that the coming Speilnl 1'rotipe FVir. ;Ni.w Ith -....... --
ity in government and Industry and year. I ,
I :
I 'r.ortb Carolina.:
League of Nations was the proper On top of that staggering task, YIHI and null of mhlNcdI
In labor. But these are little "n nrc rl
Instrument for the discharge of I tluii bill "f Im '1'iH'ii HiedagiiliiKt I I I 1 -
the banks must directly finance ''' n ininplalnt *
things, lost In the picture of Amer- that responsibility For good or 111, you In the nl .i\e entltlod CIIIIKP in i-
ican achievement.All war Industry-and they must keep III the olTlie of the Clerk of the ('Ir
Mr. Wilson could not win the the vast banking machine running cult Cniirt of Okeechobee ('oilit 5'. Flnr
our freedoms depend on one American Congress and the Amer- Ida nt Ok.'I'r.hnb.'t'. Fb>rlilu. n hi >.li" t O
another. Without freedom In Industry smoothly. Thus, finance is a vitala and uhorebv the plaintiff Ii endeavor AIR ,
ican people to his side. He literally part of the war effort as pro- Inir In nuli't the+ title liuiilnit+, ton '
we could not have freedom .
each fOr'on, deicrll .I i ii
to the following
burned himself out on a national
of labor. Without freedom of the ducing industry Itself Without i bind h-luK and In /lkw..hut CONDITIONEDDependable
speaking tour which proved to be banking the mobilization of our resources Count!.. Florlibi to wit .
could not have free I
press we rep- of NE1of \Section :III.
an utter failure. This nation was NEVi
would be
resentative government. Dictatorship an Impossible Job. Tnwnxlilp Smith. IGO IIIC.+ .111 Emitikeei m/MI %
sick of Internationalism and .
war. V (' boliee (''unit Klorldii
I >
by its nature must be I I
very It wanted only to mind Its own 'I'bin IH therefore In loniiinind von
all-encompassing. It must destroyall 1 1 Legal Advertisements | +iilnl earn of yon to flip tour writ'
business and to manage its own af- 1 ; "
iiiniciiriiiiii' to mid bill nf coinpln
freedoms-for all freedoms
are falri. It had little interest In what with the Clerk of the above itli'di
its enemy. i Court 1 at ,bin, on IIP In the Cniirt HOIIMP
went en beyond its borders. I NOTKK OK API'IICATIOH FOR 1 I"t Okeeihobee. Okcechohce CollIlM..
I Low Fares
We will win this war In the way Now the situation is vastly different I TAX DEED Fbirlibi. nn the (Ii ii ilnv nf Jnlv A. l I'.
of free men. And while we are I LBWI of 1935 1'4.. aid that In defiuilt thereof n ibree .
In many ways. The Atlantic i I :Niitk-c It hereby given thiit 10111.,1"I'P pun confpHio will h,' elite' '
winning It, we must make sure that Charter commits this nation to Hiniitliiniiiiil.' holder nf 'I'in Cvrrl- aitiilmit Mm and enih nf rim ail .
Florida Motor Line. MAIN
Travel via LINE all
when the war 1s over we will havea Mi mi' ;Nus lil'o and t'isl.: tunned the plnlnlltT nllnned to irnriK'd PX piirtiir to Florida
help in the rebuilding of all' the Ath day of "",,".1. A. I'. I'.l.'l. Inn is iiRiir.iiv ouiiuEi: thntI I and the North.
world In which men can still I world The Charter, In principle, < fllrol' HHIIII. In my nirii*: has mll.hIII"- I I Hit nnlh' h. pnbllKlii'd mice emh
speak their minds still do the work |ill>'ntliin fora Tin Dceil.. l.. Im IHIIIIM week for four (141 cmmociitlvi wei>ki
pl'o\'ed--lndeed, the main criticism IIII'r.'"". Sulil Certiltmti' IMII linn.<'. the In The Okeecholipp New. a npwipaiu'r Nwrhb.undLv.
they want, still operate their own has beela linos t universally ap- following |>i>itv In the j of geiiernl clrciilntlnn piihllHhed, 'irikeechohm' OKEECHOIEI 510 AM 2:10: PM
businesses That is the kind of 1'nil pine nf, IIk..h..I" sniti' at l'iar' Okeei'hobeo Pointy. Kb i. A,. TAMPA . 10:10 AM .55 PM Costs Lest than Driving
e! it is that it does not go far Ids to-wit : ''hln. to the return date heron" At. LAKELAND . ':10 AM 550 PM
world we are fighting for. a worldIn enough. And perhaps more imp Lute 12. It unit, U. Illixk 171.i IS1'I'SI'prior .$VVIlERKoF 1 have, At. ORLANDO . 10.50 AM 7.5 PM On. RwedAr.JACKSONVILLI
which every man, no matter 1.1tukp..h..h., .'... | hereunto net nn hand and offlelnl neilIhU 3:15'M 11'45 PM Wq Tr//r
-rtant still the political opposi- The Ar.TALLAHASSEI 45'M 125' AM
aiaeiiunent of laid property outer ilnof; May, A. D. 11142.KOY .
what his origin. Is free to go as far tion to the Administration has formally laid Certificate Imued was In the Illli It. It.U'IKIlxoNClerk Ar. LAKE CITY . 2.25 PM 1:10 AM MIAMI JACKSONYIl'U' S 210::40 3 :3.50:
as his abilities can take him inline u f [. H. ItiiliiTlmiii mill Mar of circuit CourtOkemhobee 7.93Lv
placed Itself on record witha Bret Exlry.T'nlees t' lit Horliln, OKEECHOSES 4:40 PM 1045 PM tAM'A. 2.30 '.IS
'''' )
V policy which Is a far cry from snit, Certltirate..hill he redeemed .V true inpvi Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3.45 AM 1:15: AM LAKILAND ...0 :3.45DIRECT
TUBERCULOSIS THE WAR I the "traditional Isolationism" of according to law, property lerlhed therein shell b* sold to the blll'b Clerk of Circuit Court) ofOkeochobev eoNNicnoNi Ar JACKSONVILLE, FAUAtALLAHASSII '.65 10.20
Cne of the greatest achievements yester ear. cut Miltlcr it the Courthouse door on Cininty, Pliirlill. "iwn", HASSII AND LAKE CITY WITH OIIYHOUNO LINES LAKI CITY '!.as 7.11
of American medicine has been In I. At the end of the last war, the the Brut Monilnv In the month of ton Alt POINT MOUTH AND WIIT.Oalnf ATlANfA. I.as 15.05
.himItU'J.' which U the lit dny ot.Tune I MACON e 7.1S 12.90
combating;; tuberculosis. A compar- strongest fibre in the Republican I'll:1. Eou166eund- VALDOSTA S.as 1s3

atively few years ago this was one party was the able Senator Lodge Iiiiti.il thin 'ltd Inv' of 'April 19 t7. Subscribe For The New OKEECHOIEE 440 PM 1045 PM IIIMINGHAM '.50 17.10 .
luiY! 11. IUI" .:II OS
Ar. MIAMI '.50 PM 230AM NEW ORLEANS T.20 20.20
cf the most dreaded of diseases. Ina I
who did more than any other mant rvrk Circuit fonrt of I CHICAGO 1I.OS 32.S0
high proportion of cases death I ;> blcck Congressional approval of Okeerholie County, Florid I $2.00 Per Year Rtfumlnft NEW YOlK CITY 16.ot 2'0 .
was the inevitable result. Now i the League of Nations. Now the K'lriMttt 1'iinrt Scull, 43411NYrtf I Iv. MIAMI . 10 00 AM 200AM
V -. Ar. OKEECHOBEE 2:10: PM 840 AM
when the disease Is diagnosed and -lomlnant fl;lIre In the party is a E: I I

properly treated In Its early stages, nun whose viewpoint is genuinely Okeoi'hnhee I unity; FlorMlMM llli:1111111illllmIIIIIIIIIt'III'I !! : :; .
recovery is effected in the great internationalist, Wendell Wlllkle. ;' T. HHJ. 1111111111lllllIIllillllillmlllllm1l:1I! ; : !: : : T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

Notice U tinrphv Uin that ,
majority of Instances. And even It was Mr Wlllkle who carried thet Si-ctliiii II| of I'hnnter 1*."'II.nwi I r

when the disease Is far advanced r 'ii ai the recent meeting of the of Klnrlilii., Act II:if. known in the I LET US PRINT use(
Iurl.hvrt. he f.illnInir deirrlhpilliiiul I
before the physician is called many Republican: Policy committee and \ In rtkniliohpe ('00 II h h', K'orliln.

cure are effected.At who succeeded In having passed is I lll.I he offered for inle I at public out

the same time qualified medIcal lesoh.ns which almost completely in for the to the hliihoit rlirlit' nnd nf licit tho cnnh Tnwtppiof hid.wiililmt I

men warn that the tuberculosis embjdy his Ideas. the Internal Improvement Fund to YOUR NEXT ORDEROF

problem Is apt to become more Th= oilier) day Mr. Wlllkle madea "I Pof Inline-, I, any nt 10 nnd A.I.nil. nn lildn the. nt lath the ilnv Court of

severe during this war period. Mil- speech in which he said this III".. l'H2. Kini'im: nt fllr0,1 I Irtirlit

!ION of people men and women "It will be a new idea to many of way from Sim, rwt will nil hervipwl
nnr pnnvl\ ttiwuhnhlch
alike will work longer hours. Americans that the United StatesIn there In an PI'.lInltnlp' Itond.
M4 of N.VVV, of ;\1',1111.1 :NVi\ of ,I t
Many of them will leave office Jobsto the future may need help from
loll(, fOr SWI'I lit ;XKIhi:" ( -. u IT'fI. \, COMMERCIALPRINTING
do work In defense industries r 1-er nation.. But w do need help :Ill, life M.: CoiitiilnliiK

where gruat physical effort Is necessary If cur Ideas of: persons! liberty of acre". 1 6
NH "f S' nfV(4 of ;NHH.
Many will be expo. eu to the Justice, of equality, of hope and 11... ;0. Tnp, I as: itge w.: con- ,

elements while on the Jo'). And expansion! are to survive, We con ,"Inltll' Ii l) UITP..
.l'o'' ittltin!!! tiw <:(!e. !s ofF: ('fir, t 0 0 / 0 S D r.
thus, the road will be open for the keep America! 15 ourselves, t> '.rh 'V, 9 S\V'j., run lilt yd4, .,

Inroads 0; tuberculosis: I doubt If the America we keep t:? vn Mg| N ij: '1'1' n no ii.. '
_.I mllmllllllllllimill;! .
fee. 31 Twp OT, KB*. 83. Con- \


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a pity she won't give them a break I .OOd004ti 4i h' ir PC :.t :}' .'MI

Let me stop this gabbing! and get

busy before I find myself kicked Gilbert Theatre

The 'Chobee out of class. Be a-seeln' ya.Yours"Patchle.,


FOR SALE- 135 range cattle and _
FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL I pasture lease See cattle anytime
_____ _ O. A. Robinson, owner Ft.
Uuuu - - --------------------- -
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Drum. :MAY 21

,. 'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF I 7TH GRADE GIRLSThe riidav ic go to the dance. L

it EDITOR ..................................... ......................................... WINIFRED CROUCH And Elsie Carver and Lynn
*. ASSISTANT EDITOR .... ..... .................. ....... ..... .. JUNE CHESHIRE seventh grade girls' homeroom I Finch have made up again. Maybe BEVL'ADVERTISE:;

t BUSINESS MANAGER ...........................?...................... ALICE DONALDSON j met Wednesday and the pro it's love. Double Feature

SPORTS EDITOR ............................... Watch out. Gerald, Johnny seems
.........-?.. .......... MARY McLAUOHLIN with -d l devotion, I I 4rr''t. ... .. .
gram opened a t- like too. ; : t'">-x--M 3?4w: ;: }vrr{ti r. JE\N IIERSHOLT
CLASS EDITOR ........................................._.,.....,....... ........ LILLIAN LEITNER I given by the president Dorothy Kathryn ','
Man': Ellen! and Kenneth seem to' -In-
CLUBS EDITOR .. .. .... .. .. ............................ ESTELLE SANDERFUR Sellers, and Virginia Lee Culbrethled *
," retting alone; fine, but tell ,
me f. "THEY
SPECIAL EDITORS ... ... ....... .. LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN I In prayer. The Flag Salute was how's the romance between Kathryn K. E. STELLO : MEET AGAIN"also

and "Ood Bless 'i' ..
I given we sang Billy? -
I Voice America." Wednesday was MaryVlrilnla's any :: Registered Real Estate Broker
of the StudentAN monthly business meeting and so I don't suppose you-all have : \\ILLI\M BOYD
birthday so we sang
cial. After a short business session her. heatd about Mary Robinson beingso i <**> -In"HIDDEN-
"Happy Birthday" to crazy about John Neff. Come i
OPEN LETTERTo was held the group Joined in 1 I It was! then decided that we elect on. Bessie Lou, give the girl a REAL ESTATE AND GOLD"

Mr. Donaldson and making Ice cream, and a good time officers for the remainder of the chance!II INSURANCEOkeechobee -\dded-

The School Board: was had by all attending year and to serve through the summer couldn't hands ;
From the standpoint of most of MMVw I I and at the beginning of next of the poetry that Billy and Austin {. ..;..:.,..;.

the pupils of Okeechobee high year. The following officers were were writing about "Frog." or I I 'l
I elected. :': Fla.
For Our Defense
school, It that would send vou some of it I heardIt ,
seems school Is not SUN. & MON.

as Interesting as It was a month I Nlnl Mary Vlnson Virginia, vice.Swain president., president. I. was pretty good love lyrics Such : ",........."..";...................Io--x GINGER ROGERSIn

The Girl Scouts at their weekly -q j
ago. Maybe it's because the wea- Virginia Lee Culbreth, secretary I -- u

ther is hot and we're so tired. Too meeting this week spent their Alma Joyce Trumble treasurer. -

it might be that we are beginning time in doing their little part to Virginia Parkerson chaplain. "Tom, Dick and Harry"with

to realize school will soon be out. I protect their home and freedom as Mildred Phelps program chairman THE POCKETBOOKof -

However, we don't feel that the they separated the leadfoil from GEORGE1l'RrHY:
changes made this week In the' I Beatrice Rudd room chairman.
R school time and afternoon schedule paper, and prepared it, to be The room then asked to go onreoord KNOWLEDGE BURGESS :MERIDETII

has been of the least help In order I turned over to Uncle Sam's agents, that they have Miss McCarthy -alio-

that we might do our best work in j 1 who will Use It in the most profitable for homeroom teacher next -, '- -- NEWS and CARTOON

this last month. I means of protection. year, and that Miss McCarthy's
: ---
Because we will send off some
I present homeroom be theirs.
There seems to be little we can -
leadfoil and tubes this week does The meeting was then adjourned. I _
do about coming to school so early. j I WED. THURS.
not mean that we will not be collecting -
-Mary Virginia Swain, Reporter.
Well that's not so bad but I'd
i any more as we will still V ERROL FLYNN -
like to make the following sugges-
I be more than glad to get any and 'FILTH fRED :\CMVRRAYIn :
tion about COLUMN'Okeechobee
our afternoon classes.
all you have on hand. Just let us -,---- t krkueeD 10 cea',flI
12:50-12:55-Check: : roll .. + Y6 I, -45.'INT IINWuY 10 -
know or leave It at one of the drugstores Mi.9 K fivf ROOM HOUHOwf
12:551:45: -Class, 5th period. I Fla.I x t "DIVE BOMBER"In

1:45-: 1:55: -Recess. May 15 1942.
Those helping in this work were I Technicolor
1:552 45-class, 6th period. Dear "Patch": r-= ;oirr o* ft/awy*MHf /
Ernestine Mary Alberta, Barbara TWP'Mi. NLL..IY.aat
If Mr. Donaldson and the school Well, that 0'&OYo! 1wrTNI -also-
now we're back in .
Anne, Jo Ann Peggy Polly Oay, ""'.., 5NOW"""' '''
board will please consider this suggestion school and our teachers is shure or.kr ura'MIg orrowrokrL "rOI'E\ CARTOON
Ada Jane. Shirley and Miss Finger. I
the students will certainly V i[ sweet from all that thar susar: last .

appreciate it very much. Leslie week well everything seems to *.
Piano Students In RecitalThe COMING-
Cheshire. I
,. being running along right smoothly .
?' like, until they ups an' changedour "Ball of Fire"

r MY OPINION home of Mr. and Mrs. t school time-dragging us out *i*< "Moon: Over Miami"

What In the world was that? Oh. Charles Parkerson was the scene of bed before the crack of day fl4 ,

the alarm clock! What 6 o'clock? of a piano recital given by the students I'Now, "Patchle," der don't be a- "The Little Foxes""Dumbo"

Why so early? Haven't you heard of Mrs. Minnie Donaldson on I gettin' me wrong. If I could a-be- /MICDOPDOdK COHCtMrP I III TU( K.>JCS C

-school starts at 8:30: now It's Thursday evening, May 7. I I in' a-flndlng where the early morn- 10'!WIT 6UMP"OVND A"" ,"Sf AJMy A8CT'GI.'ACTOA.II'. IRAN.10 "Klng'i Row"yyyyvyiy
Those taking the *r.._ 1pKRe91ee nuCT 1.B SOW"HCMK1CP
really 7:30: by the sun. Well. It's part on pro Ing rlsln1 was a-helpln' our Uncle 1O TW PUKT 6UUWMOOSI A.AWARNING I..;..;..;..;..;. ; .;..;..;..M"v"l>*<*4
ft first period and everybody Is half I gram were Virginia Parkerson Sam in the leastest bit, I'll a-sure

asleep.Mr. I Sammy Alderman, Russell Alderman you I wouldn't even be a mentioning

Durrance: "Ho hum, June, Mary Frances Thomas, Es- it. But as far as I can be a- ; w oHo w..+rwrcwc c ooodwSunrise

sit down. HOW did you get! enough ther Hall Doris Cheshire, Oveda seeln', It ain't a-doing one bit of + rwu{ I

IV. .._-..:': energy to move?" Baromel, Nick &rey and Maron good for him or me, and It's hurt- r' rlworrr warN.e TheatreFORT

June: 'I went to bed at 6 o'clock.' Martin. In' my poor old Ma. i/ 7SrRrmts

And so passes the first four periods Those attending the recital were You know, It sho' does look like + /, f t or AMRRIfAN rood

in the morning.The Mr and Mrs. Robert Hancock and Domer and Betty Joe Tucker 'er / rOWIYRp IAttokiet M 1 PIERCE of.

bell rings to "take In" after baby girl, Mr. and Mrs. Hancockand gettin' up a case from the Tuesday ( ..f.N.DONS ANIN -

lunch. Instead of having the 45- daughter, Mrs. Alderman, Mrs.A night show reports. Too, they tells 60N.RID.ORxDKAC Today & Saturday

minute period we have three. What W. Brass, Mrs. Paul Robins Mrs I| me that "Frog" and Paul Hood or v 1wAIwN o.

do they do? They cut out the ECA Henry Brass, Mrs. Harris and sons I| Is It Billy O. are getting along fine Double Feature

period and only have two periods. Jimmy and Tommy; Mrs. Boromel I Did you know that the special JUDY CA\OV.\ -
and son. Nlckev, Mrs. Cheshire, music at the Methodist church OurTUKffIKTU NI'\AI""* PLANT MAt A ALLAN
This makes each period over an I tAym Of MWINfi" WKTTtCM 6 JONES
hour long. This gets very lire- Mrs R E. Hamrick, Mary Ellen Sunday night had quite an atlra 1MB'"00 TO HFIP K!"P WlPUbIT TERRY tmONNA
some. If we learn anything at the Walker. Kathryn Conrad "Hamp"Conely I tion. and the girls In the choir -In-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and
looked especially pleased when Si.-
beginning of the period we forgetit
Simeon and Mr and Mrs Parkerson. I Leslie "True to the
before the period is over. I vanus. David Damon and -- --- Army"also

1 and Leatherman walked in and hilt
Mr. Donaldson, we enjoyed that -
I After the refreshments where. oh where AHZL Ep.COHTflBUT .
ECA period very much. You know program a seat. (Tell me, TEEN CHARLES STIRRETT
I o' orange Juice and cookies were 's' Clyde these days
the old saying, "All work and no Rl'SSELL MAIDEN
Jack dull served.-Virginia I've been telled to be a-warning LI'L LAMBPIE I'M BLNIN' EFENSE
play will make a very ,J'arkerson.I LOOK -In"Lawless -
Leslie that is. told Albert hoi PAYR0(
boy' will soon come true in this Betty IPS NOW- 1HROUGH THE
MotherDaughterBanquet was a romanlcal genius in modern Plainsmen"
warm summer weather. If we can't I '
have the ECA period, what Is the History class Tuesday. But don't FACTORY- -

use of making our other periods in I j worry too much. Leslie, all' the girls ANr MIDNIGHT SHOW
about him.
feel that
the afternoon overbearing? Why The Girl Scouts entertained way DEFENSE
1 to tell this. 11:15 P.M. SAT.
I can't forglt you
not let us out 45 minutes early? We I their mothers Friday night with a e 0 STAMP
come to school an hour early. Thisis big feast. The banquet tables were cause it's a fact Just discovered u 80GKffr LON CIIINEY PELA LI'GOSI
that is about Perilie! who has beenpuzzlln'
a sacrifice on the part of some arranged in a horseshoe shape -In-
some of the high school
of our mothers because they realize with center pieces of roses and nasturtiums "The Ghost ofFrankenstein"
boys (especially Bobby Paige) No
more than the school board with ivey runners. ,
body holds the key to her heart asi
seems to that we need'our sleep The programs carried out the
jet, and also she thinks It's fun
and too, they have to do our morning Girl Scout Insignia made in the i
that don't be a thinking
chores around home. If you go shape of a treefoll of green 'Con- about changing It. Sunday & Monday

to bed before dark It is true you struction paper, with a rose seal
Several weeks we were athinkin' -
may get enough sleep, but we all on the front honoring our mothers. ROONEYIn
that Phyllis should be a-
love to enjoy a good movie once In The program was as follows. -
(grlevin' over David, but I haven'tnoticed
awhile Toastmistress-Constance FInger
R "The
it, have you? CourtshipOf
the time,
1f you can't change Invocation-Blanche Hunt.
This might be news I don't
Mr. Donaldson please give us our A Tribute to Our Mothers-Alma //c17 Andy Hardy"with
know but It seems that from
ECA period back or let us out ear- Joyce Trumble. -
gossip Clyde has failed in his pursuit
ly."-I. M. Unknown. Mother's Response Mrs. Leo because Damon still LEWIS STONE FAY 1IOLDEN
of Sylvia
Bonds for Bombs,
PS.-"Buy you Oreenberger.Piano .
holds first place-so I heared. -- --
bum. solo-Jo Ann Berka.
Jean Lee became quite Interest. TuesdayVednesday
VSCRAP Investiture of Oirl Scouts-Mrs,
ed in English Monday when Mrs illt ''
BOOK Rhea Hunt. EDPet6.
Dixon announced she was readingSllvanus'
Oroup singing. w..1a -In-
The plans for the Scrap book are The Girl Scouts who were Invested i "Tiny" and Juanita were seen! "The Men In Her'Life"with
the were: Virginia Lee Culbreth, Alma
rapidly being completed by
talking in the hall Monday. Could
and we're still Joyce Trumble, Kathryn Con- -
Theta Beta club
they be on friendly terms again?
asking that students turn into this rad, Virginia Parkerson, Mildred Alice says married life Is good, NANCV-- ERNIE aV.HMILLER. DEAN JAGGER -

club all in'erestlng snapshots that Phelps, Peggy Chandler Polly Oay tha CONRAD VEIDT
but since they've changed
Oreenberger, Ernestine Hunt, Mary : .
this collection.The THAT'SDEFENSE
I might have for
you 1 school time she doesn't have time .
club is willing to pay you five Alberta Loutham, Lucille Johnson, to get her housework done."Beareat" I % Thursday
Anne Moore Jo Anne Ber-
Barbara .
cents apiece > didn't waste any time lM) 7
Notice I Watch the bulletin '<3. Ada,, Jane Cason, and Mary Ellen in looking up Molly when he got I. STAMPS I BARGAIN DAYZZc
board for announcements Monday Walker was back to town last Friday. FfilfN li
will be investiture, as she has almost completed ...9..0Y
as to when group pictures her Tenderfoot requirements ,I June and J. T. made a handsome I I ,

made for the Scrap Book. I couple at the banquet. We wonder I BRIAN DON LEVY

Thank you. I are they still going together? SOITP :MIRIM HOPKINS
Nine Girl Scouts were In com- .
-Theta Beta Club.DON'T 1'Irl ,
.. f V plete uniform and looked very distinguished I body be kind enough to drop us !a i v -In-

< and attractive.The hint.There'll I "A Gentleman At Heart"also
MISS IT! walking
; girls wish to make a special be a great many n .
dates after this week-no more joyrides -
:-... 'Thank you' to all those persons
i In the high school auditorium at' who cooperated In making this So girls, pull out your most DOROTHY LAMOtR:

Ji,' 8:30: p.m., Tuesday May 10 Mrs. banquet a success A special comfortable shoes and rig up some ROBERT PRESTON"TYPHON" -

Lowe will present some of her students "Thank you" to Mrs. Williams,who place to (go. 9r

in a music recital. It you at- helped in the kitchen and to Mol Dcn't forget Mrs. Lowe Is get-
tended the last re-'ltal we know you ly Bawdcn. Marina Sellers. Estelle :ing married this week, and thus

won't miss this one. If you did Sanderfur and June Cheshire, who ;, \\ve extend our best wishes to her +++ +y++++

no' attend the last recital and served! very capably at the tables. and congrats to Mr. Bartlett. We -

.: c"on't! want to miss one of the moot Those attending the banquet think he's lucky, because Mrs LOW L -

enjoyable programs the school vere Polly Oay and mother. Ernes I In our opinion is one of the best.

",.1. year don't miss this one Tuesday tine and mother, Mary Alberta and Somebody said that the Martha ( t,1 TO.emeu CIA

/'L night, rro'her Mildred and mother. Alma I ere with some !soldiers, the other i t I 'A

..1\ I am hoping to see you there on JVM and mother. Jo Ann and I night. Look out girls, ft this Is N4 ( DAYS

;;.. Tuesday night. mother, Kathryn and mother. Virginia true those boy friends won't much h

I ; "Conquerers" Meet and mother, Shirley Davis i like It. Will they? ""

.;. ; and mother. Wonder who "Dude" Watford 666
and mother Ada Jane I D TO f9 tAf2eSubscribe <<
at in
\:,: The "Conquerers" Sunday school Peggy and mother, Barbara Anne makes goo-goo eyes THE PEFENSS
;c .
class o! the Intermediate department and mother Mrs. Rhea Hunt Virginia I hall. Could it be Eva Louise? SAVINGS PROGRAM -ERNIE .USN"LLD.'S -

of the First Baptist.church Lee, Mary Ellen and Miss It seems as though Cecilia wantsa Courtesy United feature SYM :ote For New
I for their date with Henry and J. P. The
to met last Thursday night Finger: ---' 7

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and never falls to cheer and

Too Late to ClassifyBy uplift them V


RUSSELL KAY: Congratu'atlons' to the people of ,,
Ckeechobee: county for the way
they are hacking up our fighting I

I real home once more. Invite themto men in War bonds and tamps. To I I YOUR NEXT
date we have put $17,400 into bonds |!
Too Late For Last Week) i dinner, arrange for them to meet '
and $3.759 :in War stamps which
The approach of "Mother's Day" he young folks of your home and means our quota is being! filled. I

brings me a letter from Mrs. Alma neighborhood.You Okeechobee's quota for May Is''
Allen of Oldsmar, reminding me will be surprised how much 1500 and a" have ho-tght to date ORDER OFCOMMERCIAL
that a column on this subject genuine pleasure It will give you. this mon'h, StS3750. <''h'r-h exceeds
might not be amiss. And you can add to It be securingthe ,'ui quota for the month.

On other occasions have called names and addresses of their But wait a minute! June's quo-
attention the parents and taking a little time to ta will be larger and July's quota
"Adopt-a-Mother"I! write a "Mothers' Day" letter, telling will be still larger! We have not
plan Inaugurated:
their: folks how you enjoyed finisfed the 1l I \ -, \V" 'on't fin-
some years ago In an effort to bring ,
. abit of cheer and sunshine Into having their boy with you, Inject- ;d. the '. .:.rl! :..3 wai Is won. I
I ing little personal things that can Etch of us must keep on Invest-
the lives of lonely, heartsick I .
mothers, and told how the move- I mean so much-like what he said !nnt nst 10 1 p-r cent of our In- I
ment had spread and the good It i about his "Mom" and "Pop." if>n''> In v>\p had Such a letter will come as a de- week n" ever" I'da}' 'til the Nazis I
This year, "Mothers' Day" takes II, 'i.*\htful surprise' and will gladden I I and Japs are defeated.M. t
their hungry hearts, They: get let- C. PITTS, Postmaster.
on a nev significance for America. I I
Millions of mothers throughout our i tens from their boY It is true, but "Everybody 10- Every Payday"
have their the toys busy with war, have a way
land sent boys to
'f forgetting! to say the little I
colors with a cheery smile and a
I things that mothers long to heat I
brave front, when their hearts were PRINTiNG
aching. They have turned away as Then they always have a feeling: I
that the boy isn't telling: them of I
the lad departed In order to hide j
his troubles, as he doesn't want to
their sorrow. Courageously they've
choked back their sobs and hidden I sorry or bother them, and your i
their tears. assuring letter telling how well he
looked and describing how he enjoyed -
Never was there a greater oppor
tunity to show our appreciationthan his dav. will mean more than

now. Here in Florida we have vou ever know. I
thousands of boys In our training 'Round about you are Florida
camps Boys( who have anxious mothers who have boys away from h
how home. They will be thinking
mothers at home wondering I
they are getting along, what they about them more than ever: this V We Guarantee Our
are doing, and the countless other "Mothers' Day. You can help a J
questions that mother-love presentsto t tot by letting them know that you,
an anxious mind. too think of "Bill" or "Jack" or
Other mothers do not even know "Sam." They will appreciate your I

where their boys are. The business friendly Inquiry about him and get Workmanship and
of war Is exacting and ofttimes happy thrill in showing you his '
mail is long delayed and no one picture In uniform or maybe read- Is
knows the pain and suffering that ing you bits from some of his let-
mothers experience In times like Aral A -
thlSe."Mothers'. ters.Getting back tn my friend. Mrs A barber nun d Archibald Prices Are ReasonableThe
dav is "Mothers' Day" I
Day" will have a new -every Wetldum
meaning this year for thousandsof with her. She is devoting her life S.id-"IIere Uncle Sam
boys who find themselves away to searching out weary and neglected if need'em I
you ,
from home for the first time in mothers and administering
their lives. Some will write letters, I, to their needs, (not so much with Are all of my savings
send flowers or gifts-but that I i monev. for she has little), but with From hair cute and sliar

won't heal the loneliness in their I: something that means much more ings
hearts. I I her love and thoughtful atten- I'm buying Bonds and
Let's do something about It. We I I tion.She Stamp. for freedom." Okeechobee News
I mothers and administers -
can open our hearts and our homes
to these boys. Why not get In con- I to them in many ways,
tact with the camp nearest you and I and the best part of it is fiat these ...
to have a boy or two as favored mothers do not know they a low .flu.1
arrange I tT.c. ..--....Trip--
your guest on "Mothers' DaY" ; have been "adopted." They only I .. hr a U. s. ....
Many of them would enjoy attend-I: know they have found a kind and "' .. ,M1..,. I'I
ing church services and I sympathetic friend: who always I

I The Golden text is: "They that
are after the flesh do mind the
things of the flesh; but they that
DIfFER EST'OCATJOXS are after the Spirit the things of

D the Spirit" Romans 8:5): .
Guy F. Hull Navy recruiter with Among the citations which com-

.. headquarters in the Post Office prise the lesson-sermon: is the following
I building. Miami, announces that from the Bible: "For thou
II the: following ratings are badly has delivered: my soul from death
needed for enlistment in the con- wilt not thou deliver my feet from
II I auction battalions of the Naval falling, that I may walk before God
I Resen e.Blacksmith. in the light of the living?" Ps.( Sit

I blacksmith helper: 13>.
I coppersmith, dredge deckhand, divers The les<<'ni-sermon also: Includesthe :
quarry drillers, electrician: following passage from the
i line and station), construction Christian Science: textbook, "Sci
workers: dredge mates, mechanic: ence and Health with Key to the

f aC crusher quarry), shovel operator, Scriptures' by Mary Baker Eddy
powderman pow'der'rnan helper, "God expresses: in man the Infinite -
rigger, engine runner, steelworkers, Idea forever developing Itself,
O wharfbullders, plledrlver man, baker I j broadening and rising higher and!
cooks, draftsmen <(electrical< ), ;, higher from a boundless bass
mechanical and structural steel, Mind manifests all that exists In
gunner's mate, sailmaker. stadia- ;i the Infinitude of Truth. Mortal
man, steward, transit and level have a very imperfect sense of the
men. spiritual man and of the Infinite
/ All men from 17 to 50 years of I j range of his thought To him be-
I age are urged to apply to the Navy ''icn I ?' eternal Life"
Recruiting: Station Post Office I 25271.)
\r ... t/1/ -J:: II Pul'.ding.: Miami for full particulars V
I and Interview False teeth and I.'. S. CO\ST GUARD +
II color blindness! need not bar you TO"Ql'JRE BO ITS

for enlistment.
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The U. S. Coast Guard announced -

,'. : I GEMSFor I today that it will conslde-
Your ScrapbookART the acquisition of boats of more
than 50 feet which have berth anc
i I mess accommodations for six or i

i.1L: men. These boats must be capabl'
: The consqious utterance of ; ot self-sustained operation on har-

thought, by speech or action, to any bar patrol duty.
Boats under 50 f'etI.1th onl.
end Is Art.-Emerson :
24 HOURS A DAY= teal -0- i limited accommodations. :o perform

The highest problem of every art less extended patrol duty are
Is by means of appearance, to pro- also needed.:
DAYS A WEEK IS duce the illusion of a loftier real Boat owners interested in sellln,
; ity. -Goethe. boats of either type are invited to
-.- communicate with the U. S. CoastGuard
The beautiful Is the most useful base at Fort Lauderdale
;, OLD STUFF TO US! t In art: but the sublime Is the most V
helpful to morals for it elevatesthe SPORTSMANSHIPEd :

as much as we had in the last war. And toda)'s mlnd-Joubert. Hamilton, whoI'SS well-:
-oWe known as a sportsman long beforehe
is quickly available at almost any point
power must form perfect models In ran for office, proved his sports-
j of need because of carefully planned, inter- thought and look at them continually manship Wednesday after being de-

,\ connected transmission systems. or we shall never carve them feated In Tuesday's election by
called How has all this been done? Why does the out in grand and noble lives. the Incumbent when he urged the
the Government
We cheered, too,when f -Mary Baker Eddy. people to cooperate with the rep-
household about twice as
on Industry'to work twenty-four hours a day, average get resentative for the benefit of the

seven days a week,until this war is won. I electricity for its money as it did fifteen years The art which Is grand and yet nation and South Florida, and sent

is nothing new ago? Simply because America's electric simple Is that which presupposesthe Mr. Cannon the following, telegram -
continuous production
worked I companies have been built and operated the greatest elevation both in ar : "Congratulations. If I can
to the electric Industry. We've always tist and In public-Amiel. ever be of service please call on
American way-by good business management
that way-all year round-In peace or war. me.'Signed, Ed Hamilton.
That's one big reason why we were prepared .. Jto j The true work of art is but the When people accept defeat
the shadow of the divine perfection gracefully as Hamilton did In this
that filling sky
the factories are
power -Michael Angelo instance, you can bet that the people -
with the earth with tanks, and the sea V
planes, will help them to win when
\ with I111aIrttlA CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH they run for office again.
ships. ........ ...
Production schedules that stagger the world + "Mortals and Immortals" Is the .
.. \' subject of the lesson-sermon which
because America so power ""
are possible only will bq read In Churches of Christ. Subscribe For The News
idl. America has fat more electric power than ''
... ( Scientist throughout the world on
.I IaD the Axil countries combined-f v. tmtt iwr lit .(oars I MY tu.arat JOIQII AIID srw' .... Sunday May 17 $2.00 Per Year

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