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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: December 4, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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 28 Number 24 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1942 Price Five Cents.. n_ _

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DECEMBER 7 TO BE D.\Y I II II ONLY SEVENTY VOTES
Will Get
Local At
County People NEWS
Ol VR\\EK AT UU'TIsf CAST IN CITY ELECTION ABOUT OUR


More Money From CIIIRCII 1\ OKEECHOBEt: Bond Rally Vero HERE LAST TUESDAYThe MEN


fit' sa. city election held here Tues- INJERVICE
December 7 has been designate
Tax Settlement Beach Wed'yOkeechobee day passed off very quietly, there

u>' the Southern Baptists as a day being no interest In it as none of Pvt. Edward Alvernaz of Miami

01 prayer in commemorating the I '"--- I the candidates had any opposition. Beach was a Sunday visitor at the

Suggestion from State Comptroller anniversary of the attack on Pearl County was well rep- The total .vote cast was seventy. home of Mr and Mrs. J. D. McCarthy

J. M. Lee that counties lose no Harbor and the local Baptist church resented at the regional War Bonds Following 1s the vote as officially I .*

time collecting delinquent taxes otl1el'SI I meeting held in Vero Beach Wednesday tabulated: I
Invites patents of boys and
have been accompanied by plentyof Dec 2. Those! attendingthe H. H. Raulerson ... ... .. 65 Herbert and Robert Nix, who are

activity at headquarters the o come and offer their prayers foe meeting were Mrs Austin I. N. McMullen .,...,...,........,... 65 In the United States Navy and stationed

latest evidence being the announcement ? buys: and others that are now' Pearce Mrs. Ernest Hunt, Mrs Dr W. R. Page ...........................-. 64 at Jacksonville arrived here

that the Florida East Coast ,'IIi'aoled' In the war. The chuich AlsoUook, Mayor H H. Raulerson S. R Ralfsnlder .... .. .. ... 62 Wednesday and are spending several

Railway will pay $123.851 this week- 'II, be open as long as anyone cares S. R Ralfsnlder. Z. K. ., O. L. Raulerson 62 days with their parents, Mr.

end bringing the comptrollers delinquent I _...IIt'. II Gilbert Culbreth. and Wllllams'l yyr J, M. Roe 63 and Mrs T. H. Nix They will leave

tax collections for the pas Page. This was the Alma Oross 64 Sunday night to return to training

30 days to more than a million dolan :- ;I -- U Vnorace tion from any other county excepting -- ..---..VHudson M camp.

Fulford / Indian River where the meet- f o 0 0

The East Coast's follow Elected Private Paul Wongrey
payment I lug was held. I I arrived
the Seaboard of $85151" i I1AHHV A. KhNNINO.: home Monday and Is
payment i After a very nice turkey dinner 1 I spending a
two weeks ago after ten years < Wins Tripr 0i -eived at OMalley's Restaurant atone The vital role the Red Crass is President Florida ten day furlough here with his wife

litigation over the method of assessment clock. the meeting got under :| playing in training the public for and friends. Paul has just finished

and allegedly. Illegal levies. i Livestock Show aj and. continued until four. Much ,I civil,t defense was pointed out to- Press Association !I a special course in aviation at the

I dabv' J. O Wolff chairman ol Wllow Run airplane
valuable information was gained factory of thf

Then while the Seaboards pay- n the workers who were In attendance the Okeechobee Chapter In announcing I I 1: Ford Motor Company and will be
The following article was written Cries classes in first i I I
a of -I transferred to
New
ment was being audited the doughty i Jacksonville Dec 1. (FNS) Jersey as soon
Horace Fulfoid who is a stu- aid to be sponsored the local as he
comptroller stepped out and put \ Mr. John H Fans state-admin- I by Henry H Hudson publisher of the returns to camp. He expectsto
I' the University of Florida chapter beginning Dec 7th at the
the estate of ent at see foreign service Paul
the final squeeze on trator was the principal speaker Tltusvll'e! Star-Advocate was elected soon.
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James H. Nunnally Atlanta's candy n a contest among the students and laid out the foundation for the Okeechobee high school building, president of the Florida Press f, was the first and only public official

millionaire for another $593.0032.4 out the cattle Industry of Florida cork directly ahead for all begnning at 7:00: p. m. through Association at its annual conferencehere of this county to resign his

II and It as the winner of a trip 10:00: p m. each evening except position and
estate tax enter the
as the final payment on Mr. W. W. McEachem. St. Petisbuig. last week He succeeds ClaytonC armed forces

es which the estate lawyers have 1.0 the National Livestock Show .' state chairman spoke on Ratuiday COdrington of the Lake City of the Unted States since thei

been contesting for more than i hat. Is, being held In Chicago this War Savings In the plan of goy We feel that our local chapter Reporter i I war started He will leave here

three rears. Another 325.000 had I ,seek s "rnment: financing He stated that will be performing a distinct and Other officers elected wereEu: :j;: Monday for his return to camp
-0-4 much needed service to the community o 0 0
previously been paid. AWhile I whereas It cost the government 3 acne L Matthews Starke, publisher -
: ByeII. J. i'ulfordToday and to civilian defense by Sergeant J. T. Hancock who
cash has
of the Nunnally
all I "r cent to sell Liberty" Bonds in of the Bradford County Telegraph
state-only about $50.- a's'never in the past we training everyone in the rudimentsof first vice been stationed at the Marine Bar'
went to the World War No. 1. It Is casting only president: OwenA
collected I ue faced with a grave situation in first aid While the classes were the'Lake racks at Jacksonville for the past
000 of the delinquencies ine-tenth of one per cent to sell Brice of Wales New ''
of
!'ie production and dlstributon now holding for defense work- several months, has
state\ recently been
for
iiom the railroads goes : Vn; Bonds at the present time. second vice president; and RussellKny. ,

functions; the remainder of ap- ur supplies of meat and elated Mr Karl Lehmann deputy ad- ers and groups of civil defense vol. : Florida News Service Tampa transferred to Lake City where he

( distributed -.I rcducts We as a united people. unteers are essentially the same as will be stationed.
being
proximately $1.000.00 nlnlstrator. took over from there secretary-treasurer.
ie becoming more conscious of our those the Red Cross has been giving o 0 0
than 50 counties. and wives
to more Newspaper men were
I id the balance of the meeting I i 1
county not $21.829.20 urces of meat poultry: eggs. milk. for years in effort to cut downon "uests Brothers Pvt. David M. Goonan of Miami
Okeechobee : I (as carried on in the nature of an of the Knight Paper -
'I and cheese Let us. thete- in Beach spent Sunday with his
father
which has butter fatalities and lasting injuries
trom the Seaboard forum. other things Co. the Jacksonville Paper Co
I I examine our national methods pen Among automobile industrial I, T. P. Goonan and his
already been distributed while 1 ri: fare i]' Lehmann stated that "a half home and and the Virginia Paper Co. at lun- ., aunt and
f productlng and distributing these accidents. they do teach enrollees i uncle Mr and Mrs. J. D McCarthy
Florida
will $3742 from the :neon Friday. David
get .:led Stamp Album is like. a half E. Smley
sometime before I: iroducts. Such on examination! hnt to do for victims of bellgger- o 0 0
East Coast payment, i quipped soldier' publisher of the Tampa Dally
.. Matthew
'11 bring an appreciation! of the ent action Wongrey has recently
Christmas Times and Florida member of the
Dec 7. U the anniversary
Mondaj
iitrlcnte steps Involved In this vast At Red Cross National Headquar- been transferred to the army airbase
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advisory council of the Office of
V- of Pearl Haibor It has also I
at Fort
rdustry. PIS in Washington reports are re- Mjers from Camp
Censorship advised to
publishers
Wide satisfying the eelt designated as "inventory day. I Blanding where he was stationedfor
State Survey The problem 'of ieived daUy recounting Instances In
JUdt your partly filled stamp albums guard against publica ton of Infor- ,
of our a long time
:
resent day requirements which first aid training Is saving
i. that and finish filling mation that might be of value to :
on ,day M 0 S
"trban, population :dictates both 'ro- lives and preventing accidents: and the enemy, and to read the code ,,
Of tUer1u.this :nem.wlth War: Stamps. You canffirVra1 4 Columbus Dixon (colored
.lst'I.1. .:9M Iitl.Ii.1nn.Ja:) ? ',; < < -' u1+"'!t'tntd.!: a '" ]d/t'oi.' 1I;;minp: ,j;JIIr1U..In ..pIli;!.. own os, wa 1tmelprecUoee.for she' presixfIssued' 'entered*the "ar i*-in April ),1941 who Is
the farmer and" the processor' state :and county we also know Instances the Office of
by
1 e stores In Okeechobee or at the now stationed at Phoenix
Month ,
This I Ariz
State The Interdependent functions per- where knowledge of first aid as they read their bibles
who work to creiI nst office. Then hand them in and ';, nsorshJP'1 He has recently been in the hospital -
I n" med by those meant the difference between life The Florida Times-Union
"our meatndvustrv. I ft your War Bond. Make Inven- but at last report was expected -
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I what is known as I
and death.
Orlando Fla Dec. 1-The U. Jacksonville Journal were hosts' of I
may be divided! into three :II'Day" complete in OkeechobeeWomen Mr. Wolff urged that all persons :jthe: to get out November 28
10). Department of Agriculture plansa at War Week was quite (I publishers and newspaper menI o .
roiios or bropches: (il) livestock Interested in receiving first aid |I I
Decemberand
state-wide survey In at the banquet Friday evening at Word
uccessful in Okeechobee. Mrs was received here this week
"sducers.. 12.> ,neat packers and communicate with the local -
effort to reach training the Seminole Hotel
January In an I II | that Lieut
livestock Pearce reports that approximatelY Amory Underhill, son of
in accurate estimate of production '3)) retailers Methods of ReJ Cross chapter in order to I The association decided to wal1 '! Mr. and Mrs.
In this db 700 worth of Bonds was purchasedv W. P. Underhlll of
of the Florida cattle Industry dur- oduction have no part be enrolled in the class now being until next year before determining! ,
eland is
here It will be the ladles during this period now stationed at New
usslon. However form d.MI whether convention will be held I
a
Ins the coming year f' York where he
Six Bonds were purchased by is undergoing train-
such survey W F nmonrlatc to digress sufficiently I _... Kenning will__ ___ teach besides ;: In 1943. ,
Pending a through
j women of the Red Cross i ing with the naval forces. He is
I livestock is pro. __ ___
consultant for 'i say tour j the Advanced and Instructor 30- ir
Callender statistical I side he efforts of Mrs. M strve t K\ theWnmen's I expecting to see active duty shortly -
the department said Monday there luced In the main on the west hour course and 15 hour farm and :, GROtPS TO REGISTER I .
Club.
figures availableon f the Mississippi River where our ucldent( prevention course.V Here are the groups who will. .
are no accurate 0 *
of $4.962 for
The With a quota ro- .
the state's production. He ha 'iiinctple feed crops are arown. enlster during this month : I
:
ember the total salts for the / Howard Wise enlisted In the U.
from conference In quality!! of meat in the United PROGRAM: OF SH.\RI\G I aR Those born on or after July I
Just returne4 tnonlli w1p. $10,500. IThljLlOp j S. Navy last week and left Monday
Washington the survey tntes has been achieved through TilE MEAT IS NECESSRYTO I I. 1924 but not after Aug. 31, 1924 I'
Regarding month were $10500 This is a afternoon for Miami where he was
"Official estimates of the cattle 'ie high standards established by ( SUPPLY ALL NEEDS -will register the week beginning
I this rifle over 200 per cent. I I inducted Into that branch of the
In
atlon In 1 Florida range from 'Ire bleeders 'and feeders De.\ I Friday Dec. 11 and ending Dec 17
pop Sales far for the month of | service. We have not heard where
of
;
: methods employed by sp Mrs T, W Oonely chairman
920.000 head by the USDA to 1.- lon The | /ib) Those born on or afterI '

WO.000 by the Florida'] State Marketing I 'ie meat packing business are those I I $11 450. Let's keep Post- !ocal Nutrition Council and her I I. Sept 1. 1924 but not after Oct. he was sent from Miami.

burejm, either of which leveloped and shared by the pack Dt'itm Pitts busy for the bal- ,,workers with the assistance of 31 1924-will register the week of i: 0 S 0

: f he month Remember leaders in each neighborhood, Glenn Chandler Mr and
shed aftxjfight claim ''*. and retailers. lack Friday, Dec 18 to 24 son of
second g c id be finer than a nice have been working this week on the Mrs. John Chandler, who entered
that banks or third It Is'Interesting to consider that ici Those born between Nov 1.
i that
T,mongtJftMcjlttl8: / Wojuclng states \ .torlcatty. meat packing began in 'n''T""d up with National Share The-Meat Program. 1924 and Dec. 31, 1924 will register the army on November 6, has been

.. pre nt you are going to. the needs of our armed assigned to the
if the )! ttoq," He'sali.'As iw England! There meat was IJ To meet between Saturday. Dec 26 and army engineers and
"h 4V' or "her"W \Drces and fighting allies a govern- sent to Camp Butler, N. C
mWtter $ fist there are ted and smoked and packed away J Dec 31. >
tvalkble \ barrels boxes for use In R Page V-A-- order limits the total amount become 18 on or 0 0
no aceurat J fifties ot 1. h rge o; ijjent Youths 10
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Jin Okeechobee
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cattle flroductlojfy1'i iJt,<5th/i were o a ng r FomplunltiAs "or frontier of meat for civilians after Jan. 1 will register on their Russell V, Domer son of Mr and
{ Savings Committee
e. (It wou-' b 11 fs, \fIa e{ tD'< ". .'4eln its. ,"Meat. ack11g' wa sh > Why birthdays. Mrs V. J Domer, who has been
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tlmat4t efi .lf I 10 wit nail y gie handling ofV meat Our armed forces and allies must Draft call numbers will be allotted employed at the Embry-Rl'ddle, flyIng -

faltfa' '' t.f and w 0 t Jeop 'rte:r*[tine if dressing,.th\ anl- second; the designing 'te\ meat enough-and on time. Our new registrants on a basis of ae. school at Clewlston for the

ltarpron} u re lion o m, unt\l\ laces, ire, the hands of :G : ammond In 1875, and' meat supply this year Is the largest with the oldest of each group getting past several months, has enlisted

ardIZ1"f., a Tend, .1 assess'' .et de' s. The. term has r Um- ,i 'construction of the re1"trr 'our history But\lt ,must feed the next number first In the army air force and is now

; d e Sll meaning today.. yWjith r g far: led the way over thet our armies our allies, and our- Questionnaires have been sent tc awaiting his call to active duty.
( //Joofsow t In Chicago: two coon
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: uile } for tjj passl g of the New directed -pelves. We civilians must share our those registering last June In the I e 0 eWe

F16rJda!!ft,6 fP tsf low IrAl4in 'tnll'd Sntler. neat packers *de! i ganlzed! and re- limited meat supplies so that everybody 18-19 group, and some of the group i are n receipt of a letter from

u l a' d IlSHlSSlpplJFthe '1'10 d t >e maiit routes in. trans- s t by 0. F. Swift and tYA .. will get a fair portion and will be called in January Captain Dr.) 'L. W. MartUvwho is

,In' raet i /Ire'4oAheast may 'Ol't\ r4' from\he ,westto 'the |jr, developed the leader-.J1 !,combined efforts will help to --V stationed with the army at Camp'
for such an all to-
bej 1 e r Tlat/no fa-edt for itlive4toc .1St. Cat. and pogs were first s1 any :Ju W the meat supply last throughout R. E MCLAUGHLIN OF Stewart, Ga.. in which he says hIs
at ? d far flung Industry...**-
than, s n 1ven. "Ive 0 intalns. Inland the year OKFECIIOBEE RECENTLY getting! along fine and he is aboutto

; puts derP Id cooperation I. I tt'1'\\ rou sere II Iy adapt' ; the early meat packing What COMMISSIONED: BY ARMY: get accustomed to army life. He

of tiewbattl Indus 1 would be vl- .I L to&rarJportatlon. vil War e New England, To share the uppUes fairly, all Fort Mason, Calif., Nov. 22. Is attached to the hospital at that
traced the development
tall kyteed In *bit( survey. and ( 'U ied water traru< or n and 1 civilians" are asked to limit their (Special to Okeechobee News) !place and says they have eleven
meat packing Industry ,
prouction I. ._ f>'re Interested a ids rtplaeed watkrw ese e y I'consumption' of beef veal lamb. Robert.Earl McLaughlin, Okeecho- hundred beds in the hospital
r alt barrel stage" to the
m ngultd than In the "ludil werl from the wes! tl1P m e '[mutton and pork ncludlng canned bee, Florida resident who has ser which he Is attached to. Captain

' number of cattli (on farms and 'ast nd fcutl. ., Cln inn. Std nodeA centralized meat packing meats and sausage, made from ved as an enlisted man in the army Martin 'wanted tobe remembered
I the
Investigate
tot Let
now
ranches. Any Information giverby outs ant ;Vhfcago bt'a the us these meats. since 1927 was recently commissioned to his many friends( In Okeechobee.
ain unctions of this meat pack-
ittlemen orl their herds wll'be ""st I tSyxirfint doncentritloi Ints as a First Lieutenant in the o 0 0
tog I li tustry. Diversified as they Your weekly share Is: Men women
bnf\.dence.
) held in strict he declared nor th shipping'of: meat, 1 1Bouses king Transportation Corps and was assigned
\ ire t ey may be listed as: '(a) and children over 12 years old SOB STORY
Ystabllsned) In these (ties to the San Franclso Port
''rodu ion of fresh meat which 2'i pounds per week; children 8
V -rllecteci the livestock and sled of Embarkation. He Is a son of "When I was a little child", the
: deals ylth the transformation by to 12 years old 1% pounds per '
Mr. and Mrs. Delton Harden of 'he meat'lor shipping. Mrs Susan McLaughlin df Okee- sergeant sweetly addressed his men
the pa :ker of cattle calves, 'hogs, week; children under 6 years old at the end of an exhaustive hourof
Miami were visitors in Okeechobeeover This business chobee
ever expanding was end I la nbs into fresh beef, veal I % pound per week. drill, "I had set of wooden
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the week end set the want of four necessi- I
by
wit *nd lamb each pound of You can help win the war by using 'my !mother said: soldiers. There was a poor boy In
W. R. Page W. J. Hendry andS '-' cash livestock I
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transportation which 1'Js Inspected by the United only your fair shaN of the I ." 'Don't cry, Bertie, some day you the neighborhood and after I had
R. Ralfsnlder spent Saturday In "narkets and leader
; refrigeration; states government to Insure theonsumng meats the government asks you to will get your wooden soldiers back." been .to Sunday school'one day
Orlando where they went to attend ship. Growth and mechanized development '
public of fresh meat fit limit, whether you. are eating at "And believe me you lopsided listening U a stirring talk. on the ,4
the Shrine Ceremonial Mr. Page of railroads from 1854 to
for human consumption and produced home or In public .eatrir places. mutton-headed goofus-bralned set duties-of charity, I wu soft enoughto

WM part of the fresh meat In the 1875 met the first problem; live- from healthy animals (b) Your 2tt pounds a week are fig of certified,rolling pins, that day give them to him Then I

initiation that day .. stork commission. firms sprang up (Continued on Page Two) (Continued.. on Page. Two r.) *) has. "come.1".... "-Winter". Haven Herald. wanted them back and cried, but

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TWO TIlE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942Published

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I United States said: ViTKKNulli'C T;
Ndus III hereby given Unit the lily
(Dhl'rdtl111l'l'I "A state regulation requiring that ComHI, 1 .if the (Cliv "r oki'i'i'hnlpi'HKlorltlll
Will """'1. 'lift Illl Iqunlleutln: |
pupils in public schools on pairof .
Hmiril. nn "riiurNiliM, hw e04ber| 17 I
Every Friday by the expulsion participate in a dally 1IM.: at the "'It)' JlIIII11\ mlil City t '
for the IIIIIIHINH uf iHiuiillxliitf, ri'\lt'W'
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Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- ceremony of saluting the natonal 'Inn 'mill I 'lii'iirlnif "niii|>luhiU a o to the If are planning a Holiday Trip i '

bee Okeechobee County, Florida. flag while (reciting in unison a arty in, n. \III".r Kill pith, ) I'lM mil,\ III nod IIKM'IIKIMl I'r."n1'1'llV the I you

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BRYANT BOWDEN .............. Editor : AI.M.V Hildas; (C\| ri-rk| .
the republic for which it stands, :la: .I I
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Entered as second class matter one nation Indivisible with liberty I PLEASE REMEMBER '
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July 1. 1914, at the Post Office Ir and justce for all-Is within the I TIIFF.IJ I 'J'
Okeechobe, Florida under the La..1 Of It'll:
of legislative and con-
I scope power Notice 1 In hereby give Mint Tom
Act of March 8. 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. sistent with the Fourteenth Amendment liljun holder of Tu certificate No. .
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RATE as applied to children broughtup A.fire D him W:>\mmlo linn, sled mine 1I"III.mbPr'l t\\

One vear In advance ....... ....... $2.DC in, and entertaining, a conscientious Dead to IIP IIHIICI nppllratlon) thereon Salil Ortlllrnlp -

Six months In advance ....... .... 1.00 religous belief that such puihrnrri the following deorlhnil -
.... .73 property |In the County ,of !
Three months In advance obeisance to the flag is forbiddenby Oketrbuhtv.. State of Florida, fo.wlt : A"F a N ,
I the Bible and that the Bible. : Lot 1, 2 and 3, Block E, Wright \
on k RUM
Advertising bills are payable Subdivision
the first of each month. Parties 83 the Word of Ood, Is the supreme I II ,'I'he iMi'Minent of mold. property: I
.I li r cull rru'tlarnu. l.iuei,] wat In the i
unknown to publishers required to authorlay." 'inline+ nf I'nknnwn. I I 1 1IS

pay in advance. I The facts in the cases above referred deemed, 1',1".1,, ] according inlil' Certificate to law, shall property be n'l RAILROAD EQUIPMENT SERVICE MEN MUST .

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.110.th..phl thai
to presented to the Supreme ] he old to .
Reading notices In local columns,, I nlKhcit, hldder at the Courthouse door -
Court of Florida and the Supreme "n the first Monday In the month of :
Rates display BE
10 cents a line. for Ik"-,' ,, LIMITED ACCOMMODATEI :
uuber.
Court of the United States the' 1U4. whl U I I. the 7th dmnf .
advertising furnished on application IliremlnT, 1042. .
Classified advertising, 2 cents question of whether the school authorities Dated ROY this 1Mb U. day uf October, 104': Large quantities of railroad paaeon9 This year thousands of men m uniform

each word per Insertion. All Items could require all pupils to I C'lerk IMCI.KKKON.Circuit: Court ofOHTIFH'tlK .r equipment are now employed in are away from hor .. Many will I

resardlng enterprises conducted for salute the flag of the United States 1"lr,1t,, Court Oke.rhoh.e Sent) County. Florida moving the nation's armed forces. This be granted leaves. Their need and *

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslnjrnt I regardless of their religious faith leaves fewer cars available for civilian those of other essential travel have fint .
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.- ..- u_ _______ I VI >I>- HI.I TION OHI'OHVTKJ UM than formerly could be supplied call on accommodations. :'
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I 1 i I SHARE TilE MEAT: I-N Till NAMi AMI HV Till; : )
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At"IIJOIlI1'\i | -mi:: STUK:
pledge allegiance to the Flagof I I I I ol' .'1.01111)\ ,. : ...-
the I'nltrd States of Americaand I ''Continued from Page One) TO ALL( TO WHOM TIII>K: I'llHS -;,.
n" and "fat on". INM sii. i.I. nniK, .UIKUTIMS: : -
to the Republic for which It ured "bone This I. 10 Ce"'J'n> H

stands: One nation indivisible Poultry, fob and variety meats I 1"0''"'r II'w York, y,. vMnuil .
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'.oImllll, nki-ci hohei, .
with and justice for all. pin
liberty -such as kidney, liver brains. .tliiiihiiiii Kremlin",in. nki-ivhiilivp. Kin.
sweetbreads tongue-do not need to ,lid .,n the, :lllIh, day, "f .NUMlher. .\. ,
I lIJln.: '"10" I" i h. Iii
TilE H.GSD RELIGIONThe I be counted In the 2 Hi pounds. You II"i,;. !15'.''I'I.I'. '"" "I' 'li'H'liT' "rl".rll",1' lusts under I I./I\\'o", '
"f Fli.rldn. p'ItFFnMtN( :. !
may use these freely. LAND f AM Brl1.DINO COUPO .

following article was written ; Many families will find they ordinarily I'ION, '""..1"1'1111"11.11th, H. i-rln KA.i" / 4 ,
dial '",". ,
hi"1" / "" "' Okav'hnbw'
t>\' United States District Attorney I buy no more meat than 11keer' I MIIHH., In Ihr, sfn(, "r
Herbert and appeared In Florid, and nhcren. the ete'kh"II.
S. Philips the Share-The-Meat plan calls for;: nf such r.
corporatl lid ?? the 1slh
i lie Tampa Morning Tribune, andne $31- 'It.; m ttys sllaing plan win ,.11."r \"\'..nlli.|I'. A, D II".'. MIII.' ,. ."
l-c Died I In Ili. orate,! "f the| s, rr''t. TRAVEL MAY BE HEAVIER THAN USUAL
+rv
consider It so timely and appro- call for few diet changes. Familieswho .,.f Sine, of the State of Kl-rldn ,

priate at this time that we are reprinting have used meats more generously (.miieiil ,,f nil II""" mnriciinli)..rs under II ,

It for the benefit of our will need to adjust their the I."wo pnnlHiinii"' I 1'1"1'111.'' or Act.said nf('lIrJ,inpi.r,"h.inmi a'li,". Service men and war workers on leave the tire shortage and gasoline

readers. ""' ,11.,11111"11> nf a"-h corporntl rationing all add up to heavier holiday travel than usual by rail But unfortunately .
menus. Soil the Secretor,'
"f s'"'" Iiitli.lld I
---- that Hie reqiilnmi'iitii ,,f |Inw |hit,\,. less equipment is available to handle it
hei-n" compiled withIN
By Herbert S. Phillips HORACE Ft'LFORD WITNESS, herenf, I hiivo, On some days just before, after and including: Christmas and New

I read In The Tampa Tribunethe hereunto set nn hand and him..er.i. Yean it may prove impossible to accommodate everyone. So unless your ,
the r'r
J'1 editorial with respect to saluting 'Continued from page:; 1) ( .) '. ,,f .Florida al Tnllnhimw. ?. trip is essential better avoid the holiday \\1
letters of cured meat of which the ('n I.ltlli.) this the then.j}
the flag I receive many preparation lllhh'l'lIth who are serving the nation and MUST travel ,
dnv of Nm"<'nubrr|
from people protesting against their pork Is the principal commodity A. n, 1(142H ;
A. GRAY
children being excluded from public (c) manufactured food products Sncrctnrv lOt Stall. .

schools because they will not such as sausage meat loaves, headcheese I I

salute the flag. Here is the letterI I and oils from cattle. hogs IV N TIlE riUfllT.11'Din \I'OI'RT, (')/ttl OP IT TTIF.IVTIT OF ". -..-" -- 'a
TIlE iIIT \T.: OF i ir
FI.OKMM
of IV
and lambs (Id) conservation
writing to all such persons.
am .tin FOil OKFFrilOHfF: : ('O|'NTVix ,
edible by-products as heart brains t".II\III\ ('II'C'I'I.f.llm .',,\
I. IIOI.L.m: : 1 .
Replying to your letter concern tongue liver and kidneys. andie r.OVEItNOH OP THE STATE (

ing the refusal of your children to ( > Inedible by-products a8001, K 1't Olttn\r.Kit. .T OK M. mm LEK 1 f A SERVICE VITAL TO FLORIDA AND THE NATION

salute the United States flag, and leather bones blood biological sup s'r.t'1'E." .T. nnwiN r.Mjonv.' 1
ruR.tSt'ItrIt ,)I' s\m i
their exclusion from school becauseof plies intestines and greases. STITE .T TOM w.nl'lo'l' { .

such refusal I beg to say thatI Meat is a mainstay of our na- .\T'I'lIIX.OF.XEIIM., OF (
R.IOI"'TF.
nndTIIAV! 1
thoroughly disagree with your tional diet. Milk cream, butter, 3'111'0." roMMis sio\ER OP i -- -- .- -. ----- --- -.- -
,JltirfI.TI'HE" OF .
Interpretation, of the Old Testa. 'eggs, and cheese have always sup- S'1'.11'R n. and con.ttiiflnif SAin| I(

ment I find nowhere in the Bible plemented our diet forming In ad- I1 TT--n\\r..: Tiirs-rrFd IMPIIOVEMKN'T! OP THE' IN-: 1( '.i:.:": :":'.:..:..:..:":..:..:..:.**: ***'KBOTH:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:":":..:..:..:..:..:'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:' ..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:'.::..:. '+! '}gi- +-t ..., .* *... I Is :

where Ood taught disrespect to the dition some of the so-called "pro- i t..XI1. OF' Tit F. !STATE' OF .

civil authorities or disobedience of :' tective foods", The same assembly, FLO1tlr.t rialntlflu. \ }{j :I:: l'J J : ..a..
""
civil laws. Christ, the Son of Ood transportation and retail facilities -vs.- ( I '

In whom 1 presume you believe, i\ that have made American distri- .T.t1 I/'I n IIKVANKn" IIKV\NR, bl.fp, 1< !c.; I 1 4 3f'. !,,.....' x t 3 1'L" .. l lw

manifested obedience to the civil bution of meat products preeminent Pcfendnntu('11'" No. all ) t I;. I

law when he said. "Render unto have been utilized by the meat NorKH: OFI \'TFK1 ,1 \I.K I.
I I \OTirn': l Caesar the things that are Caesar's packing business for merchandizingthe innlor' nnd hj virtue of that certain ,

and unto Ood the things that are dairy and poultry products of I anal' .decree heretofore entered In thin c I. .
the .
in- undi'mlmuMt
Igs'r' 'Inl muster I
Cod's" When you salute the flag : our nation. ''II. between the leirnl hours of ante 2'I 1. ..
"n the 7th ,111or December, A .
yOU are simply declaring your al- I This discussion leads to the third I'M2 ,...tor,' the gonthern front door D ; t

:-eglance to our Constitution and handling meat dairy productsand "if tln coiinn ci.iirthniiw nt OkeeehoFlnrlda -
group ,.
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offer for sale and well to ;
Declaration and especially are you poultry products the retail the hlirhpit and bout bedder' for nosh OTIiE !
''he flwliiir| t
gcrllieil
|>r.iiertIn|
declaring your belief In freedom of dealers Meat packing companies "111".1 and ultunti. In Okeecholiee ConnPlorldn '
: i.
speech, freedom of the press. and maintain branch houses car routes. I> :
.
From Ihe inn' nrnrk ,meander cerii.T
freedom to worship God as your and motor routes In order to place nn Enut line of Section B.Tnwnnhlp .
SS South Rungs 3.' Engt.' !
In their in the hands of the
conscience may dictate. You are products "" Smith 'lle nf McTninliin Point
no respect worshipping the flag : retail dealers The close relation- run' Wot on and' along naneocknieniiiliT 1 t
line nun feet to point of 1 I. .
when you salute It. but are simply ship of pioccssors' products and Kfciinlng.. Thence North I 0 deItree. _I. Slt lCe
10' Went 4 aj.l feet Went _I.I. v
showing your allegiance to your I handling under one organization .IHI feet, Si.uth n di'ereei 10' Emt.VN.,1 t'i

country by so doing. Your children set-up permits reduction of over- feet ti Hnncoek meander _I. !
111\ !,' Thence anti tl 1 .dnereeg ()()' I. .
ought to be taught to respect and head operating expenses. The livestock Enot. '1053 feet r.1I.t .W.7 feet tilpnlnl 1 I I. t

love their country and show that I producer and the consumerare nf,beuliiiilni., ... ruitantni! 452slices : .
morn r h. \ll lylnit and i THE REAL ESTATE AND INTANGIBLE J.i J.
much concerned with 'being In Sei-tlen' S, 3SSmith.
they do by saluting the flag which I both very Township ..
.
hangs S.I .:lIal. County of
simply stands for our form of government 1 the operating cost of the meat ,,!,..i.'hilii.' Situ nf Florida i: AND PERSONAL PROPERTY: TAX ROLLS HAVE _'I' t.f. t.
Saul' be Bold'In),
and our freedoms. The : packing Industry. These costs con- onbince prnpertvlll with tin lernig of cold final ne F "

reason that the German people ar trol the price of the finished pro l.-rree and to satiety the terms nf the f. BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND 1942 TAX ,
,H Id flnnl decreeT '
so strong today and hope to conquer i ducts. Retail dealers handle meat, W, COXF.I.Y. Jr.. i I' C 'JIiI'!
::g.at : PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE.
'
the world Is because the> I milk butter cheese poultry and __ Special Master ,. II. ..... i.I' i.

children for generation after generation I eggs In the same store It Is sound _I. .

have been taught to respect I economy that the meat packer am'the I YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING : f & '

their government and believe that ; retail dealer handle these pro ORVULCANIZING 1 i: TAX PAYMENTS W'LL CARRY A 4 PERCENT i..

it is the best government In the ducts all\ under the same overhead ?

world.In opt atlng colt and thus provide !: DISCOUNT TO DECEMBER 18th, 1942, 3 PERCENT If

my opinion if you want your these products at a reasonable cost -Go to your local Rationing Board .
FOR PAYMENT TO JANUARY tat 1943 AND 2 i. :
and .
it be secure a certificate. Then :'
children to be true and loyal American to the consumer. Again may '

citizens willing to fight for stated that the high efficiency have your tires recapped by':_ PERCENT FOR PAYMENT TO FEBRUARY 1st 1943 s
Humphries at Fort Pierce firm : ,
I a It
i of nationwide :. r
-
"10 principles for which it stands. quality and economy our *

vou will, without hestatlon. teachrur I distribution of these perish best with of eight equipment years experience and a the "::; 1 PERCENT DISCOUNT IN FEBRUARY, 1943. PAY :._:: .. It' :

children to salute the flag. I able products is outstandng amongall tion for dealing,
square :'
reputa-j MENTS WILL BE NET IN MARCH AND "
1943 r
Mr Chief Justice Terrell speak- i commercialized Industry.A I hesitatingly stands behind .j ,

tug for the Supreme Court of Florida record has been laid down over I thing: they sell. :! UNPAID TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENT

In the case of State ex rel the past seventy-odd years of A large stock of all sizes rubber '! '; y .

B'.elch et al vs. Board of Public achievement in the meat Industry now on hand and we can usually I APRIL 1st, 1943. :
recap your tires same day they :
Instruction for Hlllsborough countyet that will be a basis for ertectln'l'Innlnll : 1.
are received. If you have a tire t, '
al, In passing upon the question' a \\ world-wide economy for :
or tractor tire with a cut or break I :

of the right of school authorities to American armed forces allies, and bring to us for our inspection. ;t 1942 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS LICENSES, t..t l '
of
current period
elvllans In this
require* school children to salute Chances are we can vulcanize the

the flag said: International strife. tire: and make it give satisfactory DUE LAST OCTOBER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO :

"To symbolize the flag as a gravel V service. Don't throw your tire or .

Image and ascribe to the act o The great obstacle to progress Is tube away until you have had us : WARRANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JAN- t ,
'jreludlce. Bovee. examine it. I .
saluting It a species of Idolatry 1* .'. *! I
We carry one of the largest new : UARY let, 1943. i;.
.
and far fetched to b
too vague tire stocks on the East coast Callus .t''j' 4
tinctured with the flavor of I\-v-
even
when you need a tire quickly. ; .
reason. Requiring children to attend I"
Large stock tractor tires and tubes. : (

the public free schools to joinin Ship your tires to us by truck line BESSIE ALDERMAN *

patriotic exercises such as saluting If you want to save gasoline and : V


frnges the on a flag free In exercise no respect of their In- time One of the largest stocks seat .:' /, Tax Collector .. t tc t "" rYt

covers: on East coast. Every colorfully : ,I ,. I .
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religious belief nor can we see thatit 1 .
bound with beautiful leather OKEECHOBEE bc
COUNTY
tends In any way to set up a state Installed free.Complete :c FLORIDA .. ,

religion." stock of Prestollte Bat- .

In the case of Minersvllle School erles.: : ; f l
sr Y .
District Board of Education et a' HUMPHRIES TIRE & : .1 ;,

vs. Oobltls et al, reported In 31ftV BETREADINO CO. :t II i (y f. .

S. Supreme Court Reporter, page. Phone 139 South Dixie Highway 't :a; ,.
BUY WAR BONDS ]tI
689, the Supreme Court'" { of the FT. PIERCE, FLA. 'c.o-:+-.+rx"x+:----x-.>>-:..:..: ..: >.H>: :..r:......".>*->+-".>.".: :. H-++++++++++++++++++ .. ..to .. I .+; *.
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FRID\Y, DECEMBER 4, Ion THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FACE TIIIM

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V STAFF I FUTURE FARMER NEtfS

Editor In Chief, .. .Molly Bowden
Assistant Editor.......Sllvanus Harden I II
and Gold News The Okeechobee chapter of F,
Business Manager Eva Nelle Hall! Purple
Sport Reporter..Weldon Draughon F. A held their regular meetinglast

Class Reporter ... .. June Cheshire I Tuesday night In the Agriculture -
t Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur i "FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"I classroom There were fifteen

Social Reporters: Harry p Green- I members and five guests present

berger, Phylls Cason, I One of the guests we were very
DECEMBER 4, 1942
Miscellaneous Reporters and Typ- proud to have was Rev, D 0 Alderman -
ists: Katheryn Sweatt Bertha -
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He short talk
gave us a on
A Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack: Coker, THETA BETA CLUB REVISED LIST THETA DOPEY DOIN'S CATFISH COMPLETE: Thanksgiving which was interesting
Joe Underbill. Sylvia Snell, Marie ,very -
BETA CLUB MEMBERSAll : SUCCESSFUL SEASONBy
Walker Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda The regular monthly business lly I, KMly. l>ollltl. .
Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- who have missed I There were several minutes of
members
meeting of the Theta Beta Club There really ought to be some Porky DraughonNow
da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- business carried on In which the
was held Tuesday night at the four consecutive club meetings were good, gossip this week 'cause
rie Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon we that the most successful president appointed a few committees -
Martin high school. dropped from the roll at the las' had all last weekend to go places football season In several years Is and the meeting was ad-
-- meeting of the club, and the members -
-- -'---- Minutes were lead and approved and do things over and the boys are waiting for journed.At .

STUDENT VOICE Treasure' reported $32,00 taken in are at present as follows: Know who's taking Sylvia out their letters to arrive we will re- the next meeting, which is

on turkey raffle $17.60 spent on* Katheryn Sweatt Perilee Hunt now? It's Jack Wolff I guess he I view the past season. Off to a poor to be held Tuesday night, we expect -

In order that the students might recreation room leaving a balanceof Jack' Coker Joe Underhill, Sylvia, thinks; Perllie has enough fellers start losing their first game to to be honored by the presenceof
Snell, Oveda Boromel, Jean L?
have a voice In the school government $15 40. now. j I iVero Beach 25-12, This game was the school faculty. Mr. Williamswill

every student must stand An open discussion of the plans Raulerson, Zelda Johnson Martha I The girls in high school are Just lost only because the breaks went be the principal speaker of the

squarely behind the system and for Student Council was held. It Walker Florrie Jordan Maron too much for Charles Cornelius sj against the Catfish Vero intercepted evening, We will be glad to receive

know what It means to have a was decided to present the club's Martin. Molly Bowden, Silvanus he's trying to get Ernestine fnmRaulie. two passes In the closing; any visitors who wish to come to
Harden, Eva Nelle Hall, Weldon
student government I plans to Mr Williams for his approval I minutes of the game and made any of our meetings at any time.
Cheshire Estelle
This Mill not mean that a radl1 1 The plans with Mr. Wil- Draughon June : I( Gilbert was surprised to see his i two touchdowns to beat the Catfish So l long until we meet again and

cal change In the present government 1 Hams' corrections and suggestions Sanderfur Harry P. Oreenberger I I I gal-Lavenia (known better as Sue) let's hope that Is very soon

will be made It only means are published in this Issue. We Phyllis Cason, Betty Barber, and with Porky at the recreation room, 1 The second game was placed ,- ----V--

that the student council will be 'want the student body to know Miss Finger I I I so he spent most of his time dancing against Stuart and the Catfish lost Pride Is Ignorance; those assume

given a great deal of the school 1 1responsibility. that we as a club are only pro- All members are urged to attend with Sylvia 1 by a score of 28-6. This was the'' most who have the least wisdom or
the meetings regularly and pay ,
motng this movement without any | Ii anyone wants to know anything only game of the year In which experience; and they steal from
their dues The next meetingwill
club
Committees will be appointed authority after the election. about the whereabouts o, t the Catfish were outplayed their neighbor, because they haveso

With'a member of the council as The president appointed Porky be a Joint Christmas party and Alice Weekly Just ask Gene By The Catfish traveled to Ft. Pierce little of their own.-Mary Baker

chairman of each committee t- and Phyllis to ask Mr. Oreenberger business meetng at the home of the way did you see him flirting I for their next game and surprised Eddy
Jean Lee Raulerson, Tuesday, Dec,
take care of miscellaneous business
coming; up at' various times Some
committees that might be needed Some suggestions for money ma:' V women like Kathryn won this and lost all the others I' Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee
NEWS HERE AND THERE
are: Intramual Athletic Committee, 1 Ing schemes were: To sponsor n 1 Bill "Tumbo" Hendry Is going would have been a very successful

Chapel Program Committee, Cam-i show; raffle a Christmas turkey: Misses Nettie Pearl Rlgsbee out for end on the football team i season, It was the first time in
'
pus Committee (beautification of.I 1 have a cake walk: have a box supa Marjorie Coker were visitorsIn next year He said "Maybe a certain the history of the school's football .

campus) Publicity Committee, :per: and to give a negro minstrel. Okeechobee last week-end. The' girl will notice me more then.: rival that Ft Pierce has been 1 1

Building Improvement Committeeand i Betty Jean Lee and Sylvia were are employed at the RiddleMcKaySchool Some say it's puppy love sonv teaten by Okeechobee. The nearest 1I I Friday & Saturday

Tribunal Committee (dlscliplne i appointed to go see Mr. Culbreth of Aviation in Clewiston. say it's the real thing between i former Okeechobee teams could
DPI I'S
committee), I I about sponsoring a show, -v- Domer Wilson and Veroncla Smith come to beating Ft. Pierce was a I

This organization will give the j Molly, Jack and Kathryn were Mrs. William B, Waite, formerly Jack Sellers and Patty Smith i 0-0 tie In 1932. 1 i SCATTERGOODI

students a voice in the school government :appointed to select and order topic Miss Lillian Finger, was a visitor i aren't doing so bad either. In the next game the Catfish I I HIGH

and tend to cause them to 1 '1 'of a minstrel to be given afte here this week i Jack Duke was seen courting: surprised the Pahokee Blue Devils

learn to appreciate their school and; 1' 'Christmas -V- Betty Sue Sunday night. What's by outplaying them and holding Inrilue I

to realize it belongs to them, not to i It was decided that all members Mrs Paul Wrongrey went to Atlantic t the matter with Henle? them to a 7-7 tie. II GUY K1BBEElth

the faculty A spirit of cooperationand i i of the club who missed four consecutive i City, N. J. to spend Thanksgiving There s going to be a very lonel The Catfish were held to a cer- \\

appreciation should be develop-' i meetings would be dropped with her husband She returned I girl around here soon. We hearthat tain extent in their next game but .t"I 1',1\ .?,,,,,.. eM.'''"
|lnri>lli\ Moore Ilnrlr. I.l""l
ed. i' from the roU. And to be reinstated Monday and brought her I "Bearcat" Joined the navy i were by no means outplayed They I

The student-faculty nominating; 'they must attend four consecutive husband, Pit Paul Wongrey with Thursday Good luck David. were held to a 6-6 tie by Belle i 0> TIIKtt: I'KOI.IMM

committee will !also serve as the con- meetings and pay their dues. her. Good work Mrs Wongrey. I see that Bobby and Jaunell are Glade This game was played In ; THREE MESQUITEERS

stltutton and by'laws commIttee. I j All members are urged to pay I i -V- taking my advice I've heard thathe the rain and It could have been I In

Material will be given to this committee < their dues immediately. The dues Mrs Ielen Strickland has re had been dating her. MaybeI've anybody's game The next week the
I WESTWARD HO!
and they will work up the are ten cents a month, beginning tuined from spending a few days : started something. Catfish went to Pahokee and played ,

constitution and by-laws and present with October. with Tier husband Pvt. Olenn I'll bet Skeeter would like to havebeen a return game with Belle Glade I Also Late News

it to the student body for ad- J The meetng was then adjourned i Strickland of the U. S. Army In 1 on that camping trip lastFriday and beat them ,by a score of 6 0, I Special: ";\IR, BLABBERMOUTH";

.. option, 1] Say, folks, don't be forgetting ]Illinois You know why, don't you? For their final game the Catfish

V_ I that all furniture or money con- -V- 'Spect it's Porky. played St. Anns and thoroughly i Sunday & Monday

r STUDENT COUNCIL :'trlbutlons will be appreciated for Miss Eva Johnson spent the holidays Charleon Carter and Jo Ann whipped them by a score of 27-0
j I..v, fl- 7
our recreation room We need badly i with friends In Miami.V seem to have lots of fun !In Englishclass The game finished a very successful I

We're anxious to-have our elec- ) some small tables, table games and |I writing notes and making season and now the Catfish boas' 1111111111"T'iWHh I.tORI.t; UHHVT:

t s tlon for general officers and class 1!J individual chairs Miss Bailey visited friends in Ft. airplanes. (They like to talk too>i. a record of three wins, two losse (,(_K\I1)I\K IIri6FtSIn

representatives of our student body !, Marlon Martin reporter 1 Myers last weekendV I I've heard that "Hooty" and Syl and two ties. i In

,a: ;11 before Christmas, and our plans I had love quarrel, but they .. I
venue a i
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.: ;:.'' VPARROT -- ; THE GAY SISTERS ,
.u are as follows: I
Miss Finger visited with her parents seem too friendly to' have had 1
SCOUTS
1 There will be a president from i on Thanksgiving In Ft, MyersV i i spat. !, ,I Afro: Pathe News .

the Senior Class vice president Girl I Cheer up girls Albert will i ii 1- i I "
The Parrot Scouts met on' j Inning Your Wings"Coming
r : from the Junior Class Secretary- Berka and Connie.' I' in weeks and rsurEVERYao
Tuesday afternoon In the scout Messrs Albert back three ma' ,
"Treasurer from the Sophomore t I mom The meeting was opened Raulerson came from the Univer- Leslie'll take care of Betty for you I

I Junior or Senior classes and one |i with) a "thought for the day" given 'sity to eat Thanksgiving dinner with L Also we hear that Claude might b< r i I Soon

representative from each home- by Jo Ann This was followed by their families 'coming here soon. That'll be ai cn p C y1 ,
room and the faculty council advisor "Some\\here I'll Find You'
-V- ; other out of
girl way.
i the Flag Salute and the singing of your
t elected by the students. I "My Country 'TIs of Thee" Messrs. Donald and Mike Barber I| We thought Hudson had Mary' I "Panama Ilattle"

A faculty-student nominating Miss Finger had charge of the were visitors here over the week- Ellen tied up but we have hen dr U.S.WU !CODS! "Mrs. ;Mlnher"

committee appointed by Mr. Wilw. i j program and we practiced a new 'end I that she told Kenneth Ford th I

llama composed of three students '|Colors Ceremony, Nancy Boettgerand -V- I j Alvyn was mad at him so he would''I, _0-

I and two faculty members shall ; Susan Hancock were invested Mrs. Conley has been out r I go with her. It didn't work though i

nominate two candidates from the i, as Girl Scouts of America, Miss school this week because of Illness 'cause i we saw Kenneth with Atvyna -
Senior Class for president; two .
-- ---V ---- Sunday night,
Finger reported on a Scout Execu I 1h.Wo'Eflml
candidates from the Junior Class tive meeting she attended Friday FROM: WHERE I STAND I J I Gene E, went to Ft. Pierce wit'
for vice president: one candidate ,
Nov 27. K. S. and P. H, He's got to Hmorbell
the Junior andSenior The student body as a whole w ih I
from Sophomore *
I The business meeting opened with something. There's not a chance *
I Class for secretary-treasur 'seems to appreciate very much thehelp
er; two candidates from each home the reading of the minutes and a of. the principal, teachers, and! of his getting "Hooty" back

room Including Seventh throughthe treasure report. It was decided to 1 people of the community !In helpingus Bobby seems to have lost all the

Twelfth grades. This committee have a "'elner'roast Saturday, Dec. to get the recreation hall Nowthat way aroUnd-Porky took Skeeter HELP WANTED

must announce the candidates for 5, Wanda has the mumps and the we have it, we would appreciate from him; Fat, Alice; and Hardy
teasurer was asked to scud her a such as checkers, Poe, Froggle (Eva Louise).
the particular offices not later than some games i FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of ih
<, The candidatesmay card monopoly or any little novelty, It: Now here's a little etiquette fdv "
Dec. 7th.
Monday trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has
man- |] Those present were: Ernestine. will be open Monday Friday and I girls: and
then select a publicity opened desirable important positions in this essential -
.
: Mary Alberta, Polly Oay, ,
; ager, who will politic for him with Mary Saturday nights, and all high 1 A whistling girl like a crowing hen industry. This is a War of Transportation and
I political posters or Individual cards' Barbara Ann Carol, Nancy Susan school pupils are Invited to attend. Always comes to some bad end Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup-

If there are any students who are i I Jo Ann and Miss Finger One thing that should be carriedon 1 .? p''ding vital transportation to all phases of the war effort.

t not nominated by the nominating | Jo Ann Berka. reporter, better around this school Is the 'J'3{ ertonity, is now open to YOU to join this war-

committee, and wish to be a candidate |I ---V. Interest of it. We have a school' I u.. <2'UP-;:'

t for one of the offices he SO\: PEOPLE ;;;LUCKY: here to be very proud of, but most BICYCLES

must present to the nominatingcommittee of us look at it as a "horror", I FOR MEN

a petition signed by 25 I We'll never be able to thank everybody Think it over, and see if you can't

students after the committee has for being so cooperative help to make this a better high i We have a large stock of C" ', :i M{ OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good

made Its report not later than Friday j j with us in our turkey raffle for i school both the New Victory driving experience (heavy equipment preferred),
I 5 feet 7 Inches, 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade
Dec 11 Thanksgiving, and we'll try to use o-v--- Bicycles and regular models -

On Thursday, Dec. 17. secret bal ,I I the money we made on the turke'' JOKES Go to your local l rai education (High School preferred).

In order to deter- 'cr the benefit of the whole com- Stewards Garage
cast
be Employees
lots will I! J, P: "Would you marry a girl i tioning board, secure a

,' mine the election of the student ; milnity.I who is a talker or the other kind?" certificate, and we will be
4 I I i Now we know you're anxious to
council members, Frank: "What other kind Is glad to fill needs FOR MEN and WOMEN
Every student may cast a ballot know who got that turkey Well there?" ;I your I

1 1 Each student will vote for president It looks kinds funny, but we know I ALSO BICYCLE REPAIRING !
vice president and secretary-treas- that little first grade girl that Bobby: "Papa what do they j I PAINTING, LARGE STOCK Ticket Agents Baggage Clerics, Bookkeepers Calculators -

': urer. Members of respective hom I I drew that number out didn't know mean by 'college-bred'? Is It different | PARTS I and Cleaners., Stenographers, Typists, Clerks, Janitors

f rooms will vote for representativesonly ;,, that Jean Lee Raulerson was a from any other kind of: HUMPHRIESTIRE I I

member of our dub, However, bread?" I It has always been our policy to give preference In employment .

I -- I folks she was the lucky one Too Mr, Paige: "Bobby, it is a tour- i| & RETREADING I to men and women living along our routes

R ;;:lms- I the funny part is that there were year loaf" [i COMPANY I if you are interested, mail postcard or letter, giving

1' only two chances left to sell and name, address age, sex, and indicate position you are
; that apple I Just: 'I South Dixie Highway Phone 139 best suited for to PERSONNEL
f 111 gladly spare rubber I' she bought them thus being the Jo: "Say Dad, DIRECTOR FLORIDA
feet I ate had a worm In It and I ate I I MOTOR LINES JACKSONVILLE FLA. An application
That used to save my I winner of the turkey. She's Just a Ft. Pie.ceTo
too." clank! will be mailed to and if
are
that you you acceptable
And 111 pass up the sugar I It lucky girl Last year her mother I I
drink end position Is arrangements will be made for
sweet Mr:, Howell: "What! Here, open a
That made my coffee bought only two 10 cent chanceson interview and further '
personal consideration.
; this water and wash It down"
a cake that the girl scouts were relieve
n Spice and tea and candy Jo: "Aw, let 1m walk down." COLDS
raffling, and won It Don't we all
'. 111 share, or go without; Misery of t St I t l t i'rr/ ,
wish we had of their luck.
some Orannie "Marlon what would 't
But one thing must be my own : UQCIDTABLETS
Anyhow, folks, we Just want to you do If you had a shotgun In one I
Without a bit of doubt
say "Thank: you" for all you con- hand and fifteen dollars In the 6 6 6 SALVE :

There won't be any shortageOn tributed to the Theta Beta Clubon other, and a bear was behind you?" NOSE DROFf frORIDAMoTORJINESu' th' :

the love you're pledged to me the turkey We .made .about $20 Marlon: "I'd run" 'COl'OR DBore

3 s-' Thank goodness this is one thing: clear on the turkey, Orannie: "I wouldn't; I'd buy 1 4e.
Try "Rub-Mr-Tlim"! W..drhlLI.lw..s
Where I've priority t Theta Beta Club me a new, pair of pants"
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-: \_- are released within a few days Notie6Oke'ehobt' I

- each other from the same apparent PUNCHES CLOCK i 110'11,1., :.1, 1V4J County .

source and when these statementare NOTICE in JlbUEDY ,
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY rMirminnt to !Rwllnn\ 0 of (
refuted by others, how can the Lima of Plmliln Aota 1017,
the MUlITllY ACT, tho
average citizen have any confidence ', AGAIN..FORBQY aorlhod Lund In Oke. hoh. '

at all in the information, Instruc- !' riiirliln, ,,lll li. nlTl'rrrl(
public outcry for the blgheiit
tlons and edicts fired at him from mail old, auliliTt' to the .
By RUSSELL KAY ( IN JAP PRISON Irintwa of the Interim! | :
any of the 181 governmental agencies Fund tu reji'it nay uud all '

_ ,, ; ; ., and bureaus set to solve the Court }units,', at 10 '
-' '" ;;;:; up t 7th dug nf .tinman' '. 1MI\ :
his problems and intelligently instruct ] fur Trial rlitlil of win, ;Nat |
A recent War Department com \t lll \In' ri-M-m.il 1 (rut ," 1 '
munlque told how In the Solomons him In the part he s supposed Retired machinist; backin hriiiiifh tthlrh Ilitril l I.

naval battle the Japanese became to play? | harness puts 20% Mate Lots Komi Jl\I mud 'J. Illk, I i i I
If the men at the top in Wash- MnliilUlHliHiiin .
so confused they started firing at In War 'I I M'II..I OF ''11., : 1
Bonds I
ington talk In circles, contradict )
Fist
I nil'UOUMHM1: :
each other The news was very .' I
themselves and each other, how are I M'I'\'I'I OF '
pleasing to most of us and we hopedfor lIlo>' U Uniileraiiti, "' "
they going to explain what It I I. 1. Fund, .
more of the same. Oscar used to be a first-class Klurldn
all about to the millions of petty .
It wouldn't have been so funny machinist Five years ago he re- Year's"I'
officials under them who In turn I tired to live out the rest of his life I I''t"I
had the shoe been on the other .
on a pension.The
supposed to make It clear
are
foot and it developed that our side other morning he showed up l\'mrcy says- DC.
pulled< a boner like that. We would you and me? again at his old plant, which now I
V makes war equipment, and asked
have howled our heads offl. CARD OF THANKS for his old job buck, When payday t/
In our battle on the home front. came, he signed up with the Pay- I
roll Savings! Plan to put 20%) of 1I
however, we seem to be plenty confused -
his in War Bonds. 1I Na
We wish to thank the people of pay
and shooting at each otherIs Okeechobee County for their loving Seems Oscai's boy was on I

suh a. common practice that we Bntaan. 1I
kindness during the death of ,
take It as a matter of course The Most You Can SaveIs
our son and brother Freeman. of
We may win battles in the Pacific the Least You Can I II
Mr. and Mrs. W E, Arnold
or In Africa but they will go With people like Orar mabl'1't
for naught If we allow ourselves to and Family real sacrifices to help win the war, I I
--V--= is it too much for you to put aside
lose the war in Washington andIf OLD TOYS WANTED as! little as 10" of your pay for .. sad
we do lose It that Is where' It War Bondc!" '''n up for at least Guess what Slugsot Mj :! :,:..,_
10% at your place of business did the twellest thing I I .. ....
ell be lost. Anyone having old toys to giveaway todayl14ThWAR! up 10% of his pay for I
i
Much has been said about the whether they need repairingor and it ain't even New ;

need for a unified command c>four not bring or send them to the "Top That IDS. by New pa> day. > ; ,. ".., ..

military forces, but at worst I agriculture class room at the high -
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such authority is only divided between I chool building.If .

two or three men-a genera] I they need repairing we will r American lied Uay-
and alrforce com I Cross Enrolls 40JCu( ?cr
an admiral an
I do it They will be sent out with I

manderOn the home front. however, we j I the Okeechobee baskets. Civic Club's Christmas Ma'l
.
find our command divided by hun I I _.. .
W E. Devore. Margaret turned oft the hum-
dreds of individuals and agencies V-- ming vacuum cleaner, and

workng more or less independently 'I WANTED We 90'11pay\ you cash straightened the slipcovers of the
armchair and the daybed that she
with or without authority, their for your late model car, '38, '39, had pushed up to go over the rug.

Jurisdiction hopelessly overlapped, '40 or 41 P. O. Box 31, Ft Pierce, Then she stood quite still in the
their operations choked with red doorway and looked at the small l ,w sA YFn
I Fla. Phone 190 24-2t
bedroom with its southern exposure -
tape and worship of form. Each I V-- It was as neat and impersonal '
p
bureau or agency Jealous and distrustful I NOTICE OF ELECTION as a pin. It might( never have tf ya

of the other each determ- been lived In. The door stood
I open on the clean, bare closet.
ined to hold what power It has Notice Is hereby given that an There was not a pennant, not a

and limit that given another. election will be held at the courthouse team picture, not even so muchas
I an old] Arithmetic
rubber mess finally in Okeechobee Florida
When the on book left

boiled over, the Truman Committee, Saturday, December 12th. betweenthe (; ,, to show whose
\\
seeking facts, had to go to no less I hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and EP '..4, once room bC'"l i it had

than seven separate government 12 clock noon, for the purpose or -- il
;: I .1 ?,1a r g a i t
agencies the War Production electing three (3) committeemen ,- rl stared : i ie

Board the Reconstruction Finance and three (3) alternates to serve I "' ',,.-... w.sturean'dr!; the tu .i i-
:::;:, ... .. '' .
Corporation the Office of Petrol- for one year from January 1st 1943 '" :;;4'1' ;. slowly set' r ,il I.

eum Coordinator the Office of Defense in the execution of the Okeechobee I "N't1. ized that no ,

Transportation, the Board of County Soil Conservation program.C. matter"Iat Fn k
I lodgers with their own trmkits ,
Economic Warfare and the Department A. Fulford. and pictures might occupy it, she t ka yt

of Agriculture. Then in desperation County Agent would always see it the old
gigantic It was the old way that she WOY'I
we create a super --VT.
now. A pair of hard-worn
war agency to try and "coordinate"the P. Goonan, who has spent the pants lay on the floor where they

work of all existing boards bureaus past week with his sister and bro- had been dropped. Three baseball .

and commissions,,all of whichwe ther in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. rod bats in were the corner.st.ked: with A batteredred a fishing Gloria Thnrkahcrry "sul ers" from a severed! artery In the palm.

continue to maintain. McCarthy, left Tuesday for his cap with a letter on it lay on a frmtit-, arm and Internal injuries o all for the .>rne the bed. And through the bed as hr'l Hid, i.. nt' nt Alexandria \ a. irst-uiJcr I"chardluris
Any one of the seven independent home in Omaha, Nebraska. V, hen a tourniquet ti applied
rviinried the first aid
though it were transparent Mar- proper care.
agencies will tell\ you that if .- -_.- -.---V ---- garet saw another bed, smaller, r ('r
left alone and given the authority Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Shuler of I, and:! with high slatted sides Quick to sense the necessity for first aid,' training to mt the ." on the nr 'm'. foreheadin

solved the problem Jacksonville spent the week end In i She put the vacuum cleaner erne, .. 'I"S!" w ,. <'h confront Barring nation, hundreds of thou an is thAt the at" nd m physician!
they could have '' and went down to her desk ..' wI ill!, he at| : i -J ul the fait at
away of : II'r"" IIn1u! r enrolled in Red Cross first aid courses
and everything would have been Okeechobee as the guests of theil'daughter i in the sitting-room.. She took the I II a glance litre, HI, hard Harris,
Simi tati-tui member' 7 an estimated 40,000 a day have II!?' 'J 1 .
Mrs J. T. Hancock and! [ fifteen dollars rent that the new i ii 1.: I ( r"'. h'ei aid held repre-
them tryingto
Jake. But with all of I up to 1'1'1"1\ the/ Red Cro<,, first aid instruction, and PH ( <
,
do it. all competing with each children. /i lodger had paid that morning in I II oft,mis, (matte in" immediate slackening ef public demand J III'' i 1Mtl' s. "'. I L i emergency
t I advance for the room, and added i, i i ? in I' i I'\!\ loI.tllI'Tha..ka.
other, all passing the buck and all V--- to it, from her purse, three dol- 'l1'nf.Iute! I > H 'I II' r al ul a phj-
,
I \ thnnI" 100) American Red Cross first aid instiuttui* II' e
\ REASONS WHY lars and cents more. I Ii"" inr .break
responsibility, we get FEW seventy-five .I' i'u of
the
disclaiming engaged the daises. Throughout
; ,0 \\g countiy paysin'Isby
',
Then she drew out a sheet of a'r Han IIOIIUOO> .
WE SHOULD BE the ti, have volunteered to augment this army of in.itiurtoia menc.
nowhere.To per and began to write on 'I. 'a t "rvn "tt ..rlhil..
.add to the general confusonand CAREFUL WITII FIRE slowly, gravely. pa-\\ of them have taken Red Cross "refresher" coursesbey"'e tie! duilur, I. "' %.r.* U'u-
distrust and "To buy a bond to help e- ....nit the instructor's role. e.!i .M 1 '!"tniies demand .'i..; '...
generate public I .iioximately S.'IOO() Red Cross highway first aid stations and
Don Jr.
.
to replace .
man I for
i nil olher million
(1)) Times like this when the sad! ]
lack of confidence, these various killed on June 6th in the Battle : mobile units, equipped to give emergency care to victims of higlmayaccidents { I I''d I Io.t rhatilem tliruiirhnut!
war agencies continue to issue conflicting country Is dried out because of the of Midway." are spotted across the continent ready to meet civilian. I nalinn are irKmg, night and
lack rainfall not too Letter from an actual communication nr-i aid nerds should enemy bombings make necessary the vacua
be
of we can
contradict each U n In in < I tin Ui "'Ind.t .
statements, In the Kiel ol the Trtnimy Dep.rtment.lHelp I I tlClla ul "a
.
a hopelessly chaotic careful with fire. One of our best ._
other and develop - -
mind which leads to natural resources is our timbered our boys Make certain I
public t the wage earner of the family
weakened morale and a disinclination forest land. It takes nature a long joins a payroll savings plan and THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .

the part of the average time to produce merchantable timber 1 tops that 10% by New xYear'snlatGEMS !
on '
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In the A forest fire will\ destroy In a
citizen to have any part
few hours valuable timber that requires -
crazy business 1 1-

Take for example trip present fifty years to reproduce. ,

situation in relation to food. Not (2) Our marsh lands are covered'

long ago Civil Defense authoritiessent with muck soil from a few Inches I I For Your Scrapbook

block wardens from house to In depth to In some places two to ..

house to tell housewives how to three feet, Should this soil get on

plan their menus and meat shortages fire now, It would be next to Impossible Pride Is seldom delicate; It will

One of the things they were to control It and what Is please Itself with very mean ad-

Instructed to do was use more now one of the most fertile spots vantages,-Samuel Johnson.

in the would be reduced tra
cheese, substitute poultry and fish country
There Is nothing respecting whicha -- -
desert.
barren
for meat}. man may be so long unconscious,
In There are several training camps
In a signed article appearing as of the extent and strength of
the November Issue of the American for air pilots In South Florida. his prejudices-Jeffrey,

Magazine, Secretary of Agri- These boys are training for our I I ,iyc ,A

culture Wickard states, I quote: j I I protection. They are continually In None are too wise to be mistaken, / inxaSn r t

"If every American family will havean the air and occasionally\ you hearof but few are so wisely just as to

extra chicken every so often a forced landing which under acknowledge and correct their mis-
favorable conditions Is takes, and especially\] the mistakesof
the most
Instead of beef and a cheese dish prt'judlce.-I.saac Barrow.

now and then Instead of pork the very dangerous.

pressure on our meat supplies will Wherever there Is a muck fire Pride, the most dangerous of all\] t

eased. Lamb and there Is considerable smoke. It
be greatly faults, proceeds from want of senseor
mutton will be plentiful, cheese far would be Impossible to see the land want of thought.-Dillon.

more so. We look forward to all through a smoke screen, thereby

the milk, we can use, both fresh I adding to the danger of landing. The prejUdlC--;; Ignorance are

and evaporated, and well probably You can help win the war by more easily removed than the prejudices .

have plenty of butter." assisting In fire prevention. Your I of interest; the first are all I

In the November 22 issue of the local fire warden respectfully asks blindly adopted, the second wilfully
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Tampa Morning Tribune an AP your assistance In suppressing the I, preferred.-Bancroft.- I


dispatch from of Washington the OPA: "Forty quotesa fire If hazard.It Is necessary to burn woodsat I You 90'11tlnd\ It less easy to up- "Quite a discussion some of the boys were prohibition or the government would haveto
spokesman them
root faults than to choke by
warden and securea having down at lodge meeting last night make up the money some other way. And
percent of the nation's butter sup- all, see your gaining virtues.-John Ruskin
Judge..you know, in the anteroom before there's only one answer to that-more taxes.
ply has been frozen and rationingmay permit.It 1 the election of officers" You know what that would add up to?...
Is' violation of the laws of The public sentiment is helpful
In the same a
,
be necessary. "Sure was..and Herb was dead wrong. about $25 more taxes a year for every
dispatch we read: "Earlier In the Florida to start forest fires Play or dangerous only In proportion to The alcoholic beverage industry dots account man and woman in the country. In other

week Informed Agricultural Department safe by being careful with matches the its right forward or Its footsteps wrong concept It impels, and or for more taxes than any other industry words you and Sue would have to pay

sources who could not lighted cigarets or cigars. the prejudice It instils.-Mary Ba- I checked the figures in my office this about $50 more in some form of tax. I

be quoted by name, revealed that J. H. Walker, Jr., ker Eddy. morning. Why the figure on alcoholic beverages guess about the only ones who'd come out

Secretary Wickard had drafted a State Fire WardenV is pretty close to a billion and a half ahead on that deal would be the bootleggers

proposal for rationing butter and Men art sometimes accused of I dollars a year Lucky thing we haven't got and gangsters."

cheese and In some of the larger Pride Is to .the character, like pride merely because their accusers

the attic to the house-the highest would be themselves U
cities fluid milk: proud they .' ;: rghrs"e 1I.u..w. 1i..I. urd fr".
When such conflicting! statements I part, and generally.the most empty, were In their places.-Shenstone.. I -- .I ,
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