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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 28-Number 31 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 22, 1943 Price Five Cents
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NEWS INCOME: TAX COLLECTORTO -AND WILL THEY GIVE THANKS !" BLACKENED HEADLIGHTS
ABOUT OUR Rivers
Buford Is
BE IN OKEECHOBEE REQUIRED WHEN DRIVINGIN

AGAIN FEBRUARY 11 Washington is deriving no little amusement froma I ST LUCIE COUNTY NOW

MEN IN SERVICE document drawn in legal style and entitled, "Last Beginning January IS, 1943 ALL Chief Justice Of

I Irwin E. Price, Deputy Collector Will and Testament of Adolf Hitler" and dated headlights on ALL vehicles drivenin I
I of Internal Revenue of West Palm St Lucie County, Florida MUSTbe Supreme Court
Mr. and Mrs "Very Soon. Here few of the
R. E. Hamrlck have j, Beach, spent some time in Okee- are a: bequests'"To completely painted or taped in
recently received a card from their I chobee Friday of last week and Russia I leave the Russian winter where my black from the top down to a pointat -
son Harvey In which he states that while here he stated that he wouldbe least one-half inch below the
lie has arrived safely overseas and brave Aryan soldiers froze-just when we expectedto Tallahassee, Jan. 19 (FNS>-Rivers -
Is getting along fine He does not back in Okeechobee on Febru- land deep in the heart of Moscow. main light bulb or filament. Below Buford, 85 year old Jurist serving -
ary 11 for the purpose of assisting that point the lens may remain his 17th
state just where he landed but It people of the county In making up "To France I leave all the beautiful mademoisellesin clear No color but BLACK may highest judicial year bench on the was named state's
Is supposed that he Is
either In
Iceland or England. their Income tax return for the occupied Paris. I was never the one for girls. be used. Chief Justice for a two-year term,
e e year 1942. "To England I leave the original manuscript of Use of spotlights will not be per- succeeding Armstead Brown.
In the matter Mr.
discussing mitted. This is a United States In Its biennial
The Boromel family received a Price said he would be at the coun- Mein Kampf, which the R. A. F. s oiled. I had Army order and MUST be obeyed, session the court also reorganization revised its

letter this week from their son ty commissioners room at the courthouse I written a different finish but their fliers got me in We are at war Penalties run as two divisions Justices Glenn Ter
Fred who Is In the United States all day and urged all persons the end. I high as $5,000 fine, one year In jail, rell, Roy Chapman and Alto Adams
Navy In which he says that he Is having business with him to j and expulsion from the county for were named to
getting along fine and that thereis I I all there He also asked that any- "To Italy I leave Japan, the land of the Rising the duration of the war. Justices Armstead Division Brown, A Elwyn, and

only one trouble with the navy one who had business with him tr Scum, and vice versa. It's a question of who will See your garage man at once or Thomas and H. L. Sebring to Div
and that Is he is unable to be In be as prompt as possible and have be getting the worst of it. stop at the Fort Pierce Fire Department isions B. Sebring succeeds JusticeJ.
Okeechobee I all of their facts with them as it if In doubt about your B. Whitfield
would be impossible for him to "To Count Ciano, the son-in-law of Mussolini, I I! headlights. week. who retired last

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hamrick are I spend much time with each individual leave the Victoria Cross for bringing down in one :i This order will be enforced on Buford as Chief Justice, will pre
In receipt of a letter from their |I as he could only allot a day 41 bombers and 72 fighters-all Italian I I I and after January 15, 1943. side over both divisions.
son David In which he states that mall time with each person. i St. Lucie County Defense Florida's new Chief Justice
has
t he Is now located In Maryand V I To Franklin D. Roosevelt I leave my apology for : Council long been active in public affairs.

where he Is attending a naval : Ramie Will Make interrupting his fishing, but he got even. i i V-- He served in the legislature in 1901
trade school taking a special course. "To Winston Churchill I leave a box of matches j as representative from Calhoun
s r s More Facts About
I never yet saw his cigars lit. Besides who will county was prosecuting attorney
Mr. and Mrs. S J. Davis are In Profitable for Gadsden county from 1909 to
Crop '
receipt of a letter from D. P. De- need matches where I'm going? Your Income Tax I 1911 state attorney for Marianna

Berry In which he states that he I "And to the entire world I just leave, and will ]I I circuit from 1912 to 1921 and attorney
Is now In the army air force and For This State
general of Florida
from 1921
I they give thanks! I
Is stationed at the air corps tech- -Exchange. i to 1925.
I! And How It WorksEvery when he was appointed to
( nical school at Lowry Field. Colorado : the Florida Supreme Bench by
While he dd not enter the I fly is 1IKOWN In'.. Turk 1.\"1In'".\.:. Your roots even without trace istrants are also assisting the registrants I I I Gov John W. Martin. He served
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army from Okeechobee he was 1 'hemicai treatment should produce in keeping out of dire individual is allowed a as Chief Justice once before from
and attended If you decide you will not waste .,t least 35
Okeechobee to
raised In one. trouble credit against his net Income which 1931 to 1933SECOND .
school here and Is still consideredan I i any money feeding a calf until it Out of 2800 old loots, you should The failure of not complyingwith varies with his domestic status I --V
I grows up and is old enough to give i
Okeechobee boy I milk ;et enough new roots to plant 10 the selective service law is that I.,. whether he Is (a) single ; "TillS
to income IS
r r r bring some to you. AMERICA"PICTURE :
I' ores to 40000 new ramie roots, by subject to a maximum fine of $10- person (bl) a married person living
wife find it I
Ted Prescott left this week to your may soon neces- the beginning of the second year 000 or five years in prison, or both. with husband or wife, or (c) a head I AT THE GILBERT
to foe Chattahoochee
return to the army training campat sary 'phone a -- VComplete I II lof t ON SUNDAY AND MONDAY
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I ambulance and still have 58,000 new roots left family This credit Is known as I
Fort Jackson S. C.. after spend I for salt. Good roots sell- and is shownon
are now exemption
personal
| And Just as it is essential to feed I Ruling :
chobee ing a ten with day his mother furlough Mrs.In Okee-Joan I j a calf for almost two years before Ing at $25 00 per thousand. : line 21 of the return Form 1040. I "Women At Arms". the second
There Is,, a great demand for new The amount of the personal ex- thrilling issue in "This Is Amer-
lit grows! into a cow able to !give
Prescott. Ted Is In the forcesof I|
na
the ', milk for you to market so also if lamle roots-millions are needed for For Use of Your emption also varies depending up- ica" series answers the question on
military police '
r II i you want to make profit in raising sale! here and more millions to fill I on the period during which the tax- the lips of millions\ of women
ramie for fibre you should start orders from South America. I II 1 payer occupied the particular exemption "What can I do to help win the
Word has reached here that Oer- Car For Present' I
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old Letherman who entered the I two years before you begin selling I I am not In business as an agricultural status. war? It presents a typical cross
army last fall has been assigned A ramie field Is a long term proposition adviser, and cannot afford I II i I i iI The personal exemption for a :|: section of America showing the
to tech school at Amarillo Texas I yielding profits for twenty I I I tj answer hundreds of letters asking i I single person Is $500 for the year; I I great work done by our women on
where he Is undergoing training I ears or more If replanted but once for detailed questions of ramie | Office of Price Administration for a married person living with the home front. Like "Private
with special detachment in that time. lowing. But If you are Interestedlet I Tampa District Office husband or wife, $1200; and for a 'I Smith, U. S. A.". "Women At
a I If a citrus grower you spend I your newspaper editor know Wallace S. Building I "head of family" $1200; (Personal Arms" is the real thing-not a Hol-
-TJTJr: SweJt:: son of Mr. :and Mrs. money for live year before your and I'll take time to write an article Tampa Florida exemption as head of a family, has lywood make believe. The loca-
Alvin Sweat of Okeechobee. Is expected trees begin to yield profitable results now and then to answer as January 8, i943 | no effect on liability to file a return tions, settings and women's activities -
to arrive home Wednesday But it takes only two yearsto many questions as I can-perhaps To all law enforcement officers .) For federal Income tax purposes are real not simulatedones.
of next week to spend an eight day build up a good field of ramie bout Vlhat.kind of ramie roots to State County and Municipal with- i widows, widowers, divorcees, .
furlough *1th his parents He Is I and does not cost half of what It plant and how to plant them. In the territorial limits of the Tampa and married persons separated by From scenes In welding school
costs to develop a citrus grove to .VSelective District Office of Price Admin- mutual consent, as well as persons through a Baltimore airplane factory -
In the navy. - -- ----
S r e producing value.Moreover istration. Tampa Florida: who have never been married are to Red Cross home nursing to
Mrs T M Jerrlll received a let- 1 one can cash In on his \ Service You are hereby advised that the ( classed as single persons. Mr raid warden duty through activities -

ter from her oldest son, R.. B. Jer- first two years of growing ramie. I Office of Price Administration has A head of a family Is defined as of the WAACS, WAVES.
cell In which he states that he even while he Is expanding one acre issued an order effective Thursday' "an Individual who actually supports I AWVS, and OCD realism is the
has arrived safely In England and of the first j ear's ramie to ten Says Delinquents ;' noon January 7, 1943 pursuant to and maintains In one household I keynote-real people against a real
the second. In thisIs the terms of which the of all .
t Is getting! along fine He left the acres farming use one or more Individuals who background.
United States In November of last exceptional.-no cow can breed Concern' mctar vehicles of any kind or description are closely connected with him by I Because "Women at Arms" deals
year. ten calves in a year and no acre I Of Much using any type of highway blood relationship, relationship by truthfully with practically every
of citrus trees can multiply itself i gasoline ration, is covered and marriage or by adoption, and whose i phase of woman's war effort it
Corporal Rufus Jerrell has re- into ten acres in twelve months. I : regulated until further notice. right to exercise family control and I cannot help but have a hundred
rently been transferred from Camp But ramie does It I I St. Augustine. Fla Jan 18.-The : Pursuant to the provisions of this provide for those dependent individuals percent audience appeal. It Is the
Chaftee Ark. to Fort Sill, Okla. Nevertheless there will be no I long arm of the law" will start order the permissible use of said is based upon some moral story millions of women have been
market for ramie fiber until thous- in February 1. 1943 to reach out I motor vehicles is defined as follows or legal obligation" A single per waiting to see on the screen. It
HEADQUARTERSATC, ands of us do plant ramie and Increase mod bring in delinquents and lost I I I : Motor vehicles may be used son, or a married person not living I Is a worthy follow-up for "Private
FORT BLISS, TEXAS our acreage in this way, so retlstransaid General Vivian only for occupational and family or with husband or wife may, i' Smith, U S. A" and a powerful
that we shall grow enough to Interest Collins state director of the Selective ,I personal necessity driving. Such therefore, enjoy a head of family | attraction at the Gilbert Theatre
Editor Okeechobee News the textile manufacturer Service System However driving shall Include shopping attendance exemption under.certain conditions I. ; I ITaxpayel'S Sunday and Monday.
Okeechobee Florida. Begin now to grow ramie ROOTSfor Before this date. Selective Service at religious services, pro- using a SirnpnnedReturn :v
1. AAATC Fort Bliss Texas. two years Increase your acreage is bending every effort to appeal curing medical attention, visitingthe (which Is permitted If the |I METHODIST CHURCH TO
January 6. 1943 The promotion ten times! And make money to the violators that It Is their : sick attending funerals, attend gross Income for the year Is $3000 HAVE FISH SUPPER AND
of David Lee Raulerson of Okee- while doing It! natrlotic duty as well as their per- ing meetings directly related to the or less and derived solely from I I BURN PAID MORTGAGEThe
d chobee. Florida, to' the grade of Plant now. Roots I planted In I: sonal obligation to contact their ,, "ccupatlon or profession of the earnings from employment and'or |
Technician, 5th Grade. In the service December 1941 grew twice as many selective service boards to see that user or necessary to public welfare, from dividends, interest and annu-1 I trustees of the Methodist
here was' announced today by roots in ten months as those planted their boards have all information war effort or driving to meet an itles) obtain personal exemption i Church of Okeechobee have Invited '
his commanding officer. In April for colder weather that Is necessary to keep them out emergency involving a threat of based on their status as of July 1 ]I all members and friends of
2. The promotion Is effective at causes increased root growth. of the classification "Delinquent life health or property. However of the year. Thus, a taxpayer mari i the to a fish supper at the
once, and comes In recognition of The cash investment per acre will I and lost registrant. All men In whether such driving is necessary ried and living with husband or church evening at seven
his meritorious application to duty.v depend on how much of the work 'the State of Florida between the will depend on the reasonable availability 'wife on July 1 Is entitled to $1200 ': o'clock. Following] the supper will
-- you do and how much you hire ages of 18 and 39 who have been of other transportation.Such I personal exemption on Form 1040A; j be a note and mortgage burning
STUART BASK DEPOSITS done, I can give you data only on subject to selective service reglstra- :( driving shall not Include if he were a widower on July 1, his program to be given in the church.
SHOW BIO INCREASE the basis of hiring all the work 'Ion for as long as six months are going to places of amusement, recreation exemption would be $500. irrespective I The Methodist church is now debt
done, 'interested in the fact that their entertainment, social calls, of the date on which he became 'I'Ia free, the last note having been recently -
Stuart Fla.. Jan. 18-The effect Use one acre for example. 'ical boards must have all informa sightseeing touring vacation travel widower. The amount of m$ exemption paid and the mortgage satis-
of war activity on the finances of Estimate your Interest on your tion. | hunting or fishing is not deductible from the : fled of record.
Martin county is shown through land Investment at $25 a year, although General Collins personally ap- You are requested to report toT Income but Is reflected In the a- i V
reports of the Stuart bank and the that's high. Then add $10 neals ot those who have had a'' C. Forehand, Chief Investigator mount of tax shown In the table' CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
post office\ for 1942 as comparedwith to condition an acre and $18 for hange in address to notify their Tampa District Office of Price Administration on the reverse side of the form '
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the previous year. fertilizing It. Planting 4.000 roots boards at once, If this has not al- Room 202 Wallace S Taxpayers using Form 1040 obtain I' "TRUTH" .Is the subject of the
The fact that $635.839 more than to the acre will cost $100 for good -eady been done. By falling to do Building Tampa, Florida, all per- personal exemption proportionate I lesson-sermon which will be readin
the 1941 figure Is now In the handsof roots cost $25 per thousand. The lust this might cause a great deal sons who in your opinion are violating with the number of months I Churches of Christ, Scientist
this county's 6,500 residents Is planting at 50 cents an hour for of embarrassment. He also apealsto the provisions of this order during which the particular status i throughout the world on Sunday
Indicated by a gain in bank deposits labor will cost $8 and two cultiva- all men in this age limit to be and in making such reports, If pos Is held. Thus, for a person who j January 24Among .
of 350036. a gain In postal tIons, perhaps $15 sure and have in their personal sible, give the name of the ownerof married on July 1, (who was not 'a the citations which
savings of $12129, and a total of You will lose some roots. I have oosesslon at all times not only their the motor vehicle involved or head of family prior to his marriage comprise the Lesson Sermon is
$273674 which has been investedin never lost '1"but to be safe, assume registration certificate (Form 2ut > : the name of the operator thereof, )) the personal exemption would the following from the Bible:
war bonds and stamps. a possible loss of 30%. So if "' also their classification card a general description of said motor be $850 ($250 for ,the six months i iis "Then said Jesus to those Jews
D. S. Hudson of the Citizens bankIs vou plant 4,000 roots, count on 2.800 (Form 57). vehicle, the license number, together single man, plus $600 for the I 1 which believed on him, If continue -
ye
1 celebrating the tenth annlver- good roots at the end of ten Since this national drive started with the name of the state where I jslx months as a married man), In j in my word then are ye my
sarv of the institution as he looks months. 'nnuary 4, 1943, many have report-, Issued together with the locationof this example It is assumed that the I"Ife i disciples Indeed. And ye shall
back to the meager beginning in Next dlwlnu up these roots 'd to their boards, but there are the alleged violation. For your has no Income. 1 I know the truth and the truth shall
1933 when total deposits amountedto slowly t/> save all rizoncs-at about till many who fall to see the seriousness convenience we have prepared and Married. persons may, however. I, make you free" (John 9.31: 32).
$58000 as compared with the 15 per hour at 50 cents an hour of their delinquency Selective I herewith enclose, appropriate forms file Joint returns, even though one V
Dec. 31 1942. total of $1131065 will cost $93. Then cut them up Service Headquarters has which you may use for making has no income and by filing a I Divine Love is our hope, strength
Announcement that the savings into lengths of 2 or 3 Inches long pent out notification to each of its these reports, together with envel- Joint' return a couple married dur I and shield. We have nothing to
account In the Stuart post office is for new roots. My farmer cuts up '03 local boards that on February I opes in which they may be enclosedand ing the year may obtain an exemption fear when Love Is at the helm of
thelargest, since 1933, or $131927, average! of a little more than 7 old t. 1943 they are to turn over to to which It is not necessaryto amounting to the exempt t thought, but everything to enjoyon
Indicates the condition of county roots per hour: and at 50c an hour the United States attorneys their attach postage stamps. tlon to which they would be en- | earth and In heaven. Mary
finances. it will cost $198 to cut up 2.800 old delinquents and lost registrants.. j The Office\ of Price Administration titled fr the period of married I Baker Eddy.
The bank has sold $180,050 in war oot This Is costly if you hire It Then is when the long arm of the does not have authority to status plus the amount of their .
bonds and stamps amounts to $94- done but it gives you at least 98.- law will reach out. delegate to you the right either to individual exemptions prior to their i separate returns on Form 1040 the
624. showing a per. capita purchaseof coo! new roots! Each local board is making every make arrests or to seize or Impoundany marriage. in the example given personal exemption applicable toe
$402. In some states 10 new roots to effort to contact these violators and gasoline highway ration foundin the total exemption in a Joint re- | married person may be taken In
V each old root Is considered good sks every patriotic citizen to'! the possession of an alleged vio- turn would be $1100 ($250 for each the return of either or divided be-
This day Is all that is good and rn Florida we do better. My ramie assist them in finding these reg- I I lator, but we suggest In this connection spouse for six months pIlls saoo I t''een them In anv way as they may
fair... It I* too dear, with Its hope last year averaged 9) new root to Istrants. General Collins states that whenever you deemIt for six months married status). agree, but the total personal exemption
and invitations to waste a moment each old root. The old root had that the citizens who assist In necessary or expedient you com- If a husband and wife living together taken' In the two separate
t en the yesterdays.-Emerson. however been chemically treated. helping the boards locate these regi i 1 i (Continued on Page.Two) both have Income and files returns may not exceed $1200.Robs.








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PAGE TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRID\Y, JANUARY 22, 1943

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JOBS OPEN IN ECONOMICS : :KOTUFOkiwhohci of OompoHltlon need not file further
QDJu\rdtl1hl\C 1'rfu5 Torpedoed County Florida proofs of clnlui unless illreited by
STATISTICS, TRANSPORTATION Jiinunry 19, 1043.Nollra iilinenneiit' order\ of thin Court.
9 I ACCOUNTING : II hcrchy irlvra thnt, purnuunttii Dnte, this Oth day of December,
Hodlnn Chapter 1S21I6, Laws A. I' mil
Published Every Friday by the The gallant Leedstown tiled and true of HnrlilH. 0Att.* in.fi.: known It the CITY OF OKEECHOBFB,
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee Complex problems connected with Murphy Art the tDllnnlng deacrlbrd FIOrtlDADec
Carried a captain and a crew, liiml In Okm-rhobee H,2fl.Jan 11
County, Florida, ,
Okeechobee County Florida. I the war have created In Federal
will hi offernil
Of stout hearted sailors one and all for nln nt public outCM -
agencies a heavy demand for economists for the highest nnd heat cash bid, .

BRYANT BOWDEN ............. Editor Now on a mission of our country's call. statisticians and transpor- MiMwt to the rluht of the Truateel Is than
I of the Internal Improvement fund to Loving-kindness greater
tation specialist, Mr O. E. Myers '"|i-t Buy mid nil bltnt\ the Court laws; and the charities of life are
Entered as second class matter Holme nt 10 A. M. the
on Isth day
July 1, 1914. at the Poet Office In On a zlg zag course we steamed away, Regional Director for( the Fifth U of February, 194): Eunenii'nt for road more than all ceremonies.-Talmud.
From an eastern port of the U. S. A S. Civil Service Region announced "right of way I'liO feet wide will be ,
Okeechobee Florida, under the mii>r\'eil from guy parcel l through
Act of March 8, 1878.SUBSCRIPTION. Toward what sea beneath what sky, today. Accounting assistants are nhlrh there la an txlailng; State Road
also required. Lola 11, U, II: and 14. Block 49,
We did not know nor reason why
City of Okeechobee
RATE Very much needed are economistsand I Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee
IHISIH.-S or THK INTEHVsr: ,
One year In advance ..... .. .. $200 I statisticians to assist federal i IMPROVEMENT FOND OK TilE

Six months In advance ............ 1.00 Thru waves as high as mountain peaks agencies' conduct studies and anal STATE OF K 1UVI.EUSOS.FIORIDAItOV

Three months In advance ........ .'75Advt'rtlslng On seas thru which the U-boat sneaks, I ysis relative to commodoties, industries Agent Trustees I. I. Fund.

We failed three thousand miles and more, prices markets International I OktHtchobi-e County: KlorldaUN THIS WEEK

bills are payable on Before we sighted a friendly shore.I economics and many other fields
the first of each month. Parties Men and women with at least five
,
I IIIK IMPEI> STATES PH- Friday & SaturdayJINX
unknown to publishers required to I years of appropriate college studyor TIUCT COt'RT IN AND FOR Tin

pay In advance. I In a gigantic convoy that stretched for miles, experience are sought Mr. Myers Si l'TIiEltD1,1'rltll'T! OK Kl.OKi -
i iuKoitr riKiicK: 1I1'ISIO0:0. \.
We steamed Into place at the British Isles; said. I' 31 Ft. I'. Bankrupt FAIKENBERO
Reading notices In local columns, j
IV ICE
I Transports, battlewagons carriers and planes, Transportation specialists are In
('IT010" ,
OKFECIIOBEF.
10 cents a line. Rates for display : KI.OIUP.
Tin cans and cruisers jammed the sea lanes.Thl.'n needed to prevent traffic bottlenecks ), Petitioner
advertising furnished on applica- "LAUGH YOUR BLUESAWAY"
and expedite the flow of passenger NOTKK TO (HKIITORg
tion Classified advertising 2 cents !
and freight traffic throughout .
each word Insertion. All Items \"" aw I..r..h. l \ nutlfliil that on the
and zlg-zagged day
per on on we by
the United States as well as "Hi ilnof "t'rr'mhpr. .\. I). 114.. the
regarding enterprises conducted for All night we steamed In a straight-away. around the globe Persons with at 1"1111011"I nf Ok ?rhol>ee. KlorN -
"i. nidi n ,petition for apprnvnl and DON BARRY
profit chargeable at rdvertlslng
are
We passed the Rock we passed the Tangier least three years of appropriate experience ilrnuitlon, of n Mini of Comp atili'ii -

rates Thru the Mediterranean beyond Algiers. In railroad. highway, wateror iiinlir the provision' of Chapter in"CYCLONE
'IN nf the Dniikrnplrt Art of the
air transportation will be recruited i I II'i nli'cl Stilt,'.. .oa mmniled : that on KID"Also
,,' "'''"''nii'iillmii| iliito Cite Judge of
-:' :..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .+o/.o/-: : + Near African shores at our rendezvous, I tIhi'I I nlti'd Siutea Platrlrt Court eni .
I Yearly salaries for these positi- i I"rrd l nn order nppro\lnir the petition Sews plus Cartoon
On a moonless night our ship hove to I 'IH propirlT flied' and complying withilnplir
Too Late To Classify ons range from $2,600 to $6 aoo plus
,
I IX of the Act
Bankruptcy .
Our forces now clambered over the side
overtime compensation (Grantedfor < 11 I' S I' 401 401 I. nnil Mint It wits
II, It! ".1I I.
It tl
v To storm the beach and turn the war's tide. the recently lengthed federal III, ,I In ironil fnlth\ -

001,0/,0/,0/,0/,0/,0/,0/,0/-: : : : : : : : ++ work-week overtime compensation thug'l'I'e'I I lhe lIrtr"riiip.hpiirlnir .on entered the petition nn ordirl at Sunday & Monday

amounts to approximately 210of 'Dm, Federal\ Bulldliiir III the City of :
This anti-pleasure driving edictof We took the beaches, we took the port, Mlniiil. Florldn at tin hour of ft:ROM
the National OAStapo has a lot And then our battleships leveled the Jort that part of the basic salary not > "n 'the jmh dm of Fehrunrv, A. ROSALIND RUSSELL
of folks In a sweat for the Innocent In excess of $2900, provided the 'i VU'I: : for the purpose of hearing
But now our enemy enraged at defeat M. I I pRlltlon end l ronalderlng' nndluimlnu BRIAN AHERNEin
Increment does not make the total I
word "pleasure" covers a mul- upon the flan of Coinponltlon
titude of sins and as to what constitutes Sent out heavy bombers to force our retreat. compnsatlon more than $5000 a 'in, ''i ,'hr ultli any anMuem or ohjiet
i '" flli-il hnnv creditor" of the Pe-
It are as varied as the year.) Hlloner for the purpose of taking "MY SISTER EILEEN"with
winds that blow. Height level bombers and dive bombers, too, No written test and no maximumage mil hell,'Ing tealiiuonv upon said Plnn I
of rompoHltlon, <'lm.lfvliff) rlnlnm of
Driving to the train to meet your And torpedo planes around our ship flew. limit Is specified for these posi- "i r,.illior riiel\nn| and tnhnlntlnir .c.
mother-in-law Is termed tions, Mr. Myers emphasized Per ,.",,,inn,M and 1eitlona. of the Plnnof
a "pleasure" But our gunners were ready, into action they fell, fonipnnltlon filed b>' Any creditor JANET BLAIR
selected the basis of
sons are on
by the lawvercrats who juggle Their hearts never wavered, they sure gave 'em hell. mil, I" hear. mid ronilder anti pees Also
the alphabetical definitions and I experience M "n i ,ir ri. fer 'tn a npeelnl, Mauler for
'", iilnir nut and nil of until matterai .
To recruit and audit-
know one guy who Is ready to dispute accounting "nl any and nil ether mnttera proper Late News
that ruling all the way to the Our guns sent out tracers and belched red hot lead; Ing assistants. urgently needed by '" ie t In ,in'd or refernd to sold Spec' 2nd Issue "This h America"
i I,1 I \n: h. mild\ time That creditors
+ r nt
such federal agencies in Washington -
Supreme Court. We shot down the Junkers as others home fled tin Ivilllitnor "hnlj flit.0'" proof

An Ice cream cone Ifou de-, Execpt for one plane that sneaked thru our hall D. C.. as the Treasury and War .,' .ilthn Mttlnff up their, Anima, and\ "Women At Arms"Coming
Int. rent n'lih irnlltora In the nlmve
na
Departments and the General Accounting
literately eo after It with malice To unloose a torpedo that hit our fantail nilt'ed' muse on or In-fore the tint S .
aforethought Is "pleasure". but If Office the U S. Civil Service if the heiirlnir (.'Olh dm of 1"ehrIlOfV'
Commission will give an examination .\ I It 1IM1) with the Clerk of the
you sneak up on It In the course of I nltid, lnje. District Court. Fod- Soon
Next morning at dawn other bombers returned Mr. Myers also reported .
aliat Is officially termed "legiti nil nnlMInz Mlinnl. Florida, mu h
mate" driving! and can manage to Dropping sticks all around till the blue waters churned Applications must be filed with theCommission's (in.I., f< ", diilin Khnll dcaerllie each
0.,1 and Know the amount of all
snag It without traveling one additional But our guns again sent up a curtain of black Washington office by iiiiiiild, ,, Inii'nut ulilili has, acirned onr "Honky Tonk"

foot out of your way. then To help out the Spitfires drive Jerry back. February 23Assistant's. II, fin",.1",illnjr. to Itondu thi dnte to lie of the Innned proponed under "Flying Tigers"

It's okay. positions pay $2,000 a the Plan : where only poiifionw nnimnod
Since year plus overtime compensation' l hI' the creditor the tntnl amountf "Lady Be Good"Pay
of
purveyors cones are no
I But an enemy sub off our starboard at last, amounting to approximately lift > vi|('h' Interest eonpona due tn and
longer permitted to give curb service Inelndlnir the date of .n<'h liefundlng
about all a guy can do Is Unleashed a torpedo that hit with a blast Persons with two years of appropriate ,Itniiil,, shill,, le ile4 rlhed Hpnrntel\' your taxes to beat the Axis!

leave his chariot In the middle o' Midship of the Leedstown to explode with a roar, education or experience In the ,W nl mparnl the loiimuia>.ldvKirllied due! therenfter: Judirliieiiteditora oho'l

the treet and dash In for his And send It's concussion to Africa's shore. field of accounting are eligible to "hull ",e the aiiiue form nfn
"" of ilnlm nnd,' ahn'l deairllie the'i
take the test. Women particularlyare 1rl
.
tidbit .
i "*" 'lmnd' or enllpoliH P0,1 In',1 till .
This entails other difficulties urged to apply. "''tin tit. nnd dhow then,In the re ...
Under the Impact of this mortal blow I ... '"
Information and forms luliilne' hnlnn' 'dip\ on necouiit ofllil
since It brings one In conflict with Complete \ !In.1.fluent and Intercut If nnr I
local regulations that designedto She staggered and shivered topside and below, for applying for all of these positions i.r the dote nf aurh KefnndlnirP "gb

are But still she rode bravely the deep ocean reaches, I( may be obtained from Mr. O. ",n'. : butt eredltnrii! ,desiring forma I
prevent the blocking of traffic nriiofii of ilnlm to ho executed. mite X666
and constables on the prowl are Until all our crew were safe on the beaches. E. Mjers, Regional Director, Fifth ip ,ci ured unon. npn'lintlon' to thMirk c;
U. S' Civil Service Region: New it the ('", of Olieei'hohee' Klor
not the least bit sympathetic and .e ,<' ',' 'h..1\ "" ",lIlon whit have here \ LIQUID uAetSTS.SANS.NOSI MOM
Post Office Building, Atlanta, Oa, to the Plan
will "Hey you, what's the big Now with Old Glory flying until the last tofo.alle acceptances II
Idea" lot less or from first or second-class post .
ft guy on } With memories or het gallant deeds of the past offices. I
tlon than provoca-/i
leaving a car "
We can still see the Leedstown offshore near Algiers; Applications are not desired from i
engine: running, parked In the mid- I ;
And though we sail far away she will always be near. war workers unless they may use I
dle thorofareWhile
of
a I
.. -Submitted higher skills In the positions applied RECAPYOUR
It Is all right! to use vour by Marvin L. Wilson, Ph. M. 3 c .
for. For War Manpower Commission \ ..
car to drive to a doctor's office It -- .- .. .. -- .- -- I restrictions federal appointments *
on TIRES AT
Is all wrong to drive to a theatre. I 1
Tampons are in a first class helluvafix the gangster and racketeer. It has : SUNDAY SCHOOL WILL BEGIN see Form 3989 posted In

In view ,.,f the fact that a flock I I encouraged the hoarder and paved .\R\PTIST CHfRCH AT TEN first or second-class post offices HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING CO.

of our best doctors have their of- the way for petty crooks and chis- I .\.M: BFGINMNG NEXT SUNDAY V-- -

flees In the Tampa Theatre Build- elers Honest, patriotic men and Good temper Is like a sunny day; : Fort Pierce Florida Phone 139

Ing. II women have been abused embarrassed Announcement was made this It sheds Its brightness everywhere.
"
While visitors at the local hOS- and annoyed. week that beginning next Sunday !, Sidney.. Nine tears experience, Best of equipment.Send .

pital have not increased duringthe The lawvercrats have gone so far morning Sunday School will begin --V--- I tires
you tires and re't.Kites by bus line and save time,
past week the number of oars with their "Simeon says 'thmubs at the Baptist church at ten o'clock I i He who sows courtesy, leaps
I friendship, and he who plants kindness and gasoline Prompt service. Government ceiling priced.
parked In front of the establish- up' Simon says 'thumbs down'ha each Sundav morning. Every one Is

ment has Smart gins keep a''I I knew I'd catch you'" that cordially Invited to attend SundayS I i gathers love-Richard! Brooks. "--. -

!![: they've Just about got everybody -h'l there. .. -------- ---
bouquet of flowers and a bed-pan ; .-.-...-- .. -- .. -. -- .-
in the car Just in case a snooper ,: plumb NUTS. I --- ----

turns un thev'li have a reasonablealibi I I A government that distrusts suspects I

It's not far from the hospital 1,, and bullies Its people only Local HappeningsLOST

to either a picture show or ,'': generates distrust suspicion and I I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
I'I ,
faithlessness Courageous leader-
the bowling alley. ]I
ship that reveals faith and conflIdence. Fountain pen. Finder
A lot of timid souls went hungry i s1
'"r three days fenrine to drive ton !I coupled with a little run-of- please! return to Fair Store and re- ,

.the-mill common sense will receive eive reward.
restaurant. They were told toj; '
full and complete cooperation. I -6I -
catch A street oar or a bus. but It II
ante monotonous standing on a cor- ] Nt one questions the need of rationing !I BABY CHICKS C. O. D,-Heavy I

ner and watching those sardine Americans realize full well mixed. $885 hundred. Light mixed, II

cans go bv without stopping Now | how critical Is the situation, They $500 hundred. Nichols Hatchery,

'i and will all In- Kingston.
he n<"V" bus teen TO-itVfl! and expect accept Georgia 31.2t I

I telligent ne-essm sieriflres if properly -o-
you can park at a restaurant pro-
videdni! ro there to "eat1 and Approached. But they are not Mr. and Mrs Harle Williams and

criminals or children or Imblclles C P Walker spent Sunday and I
.
not for "pleasure" If a guy gets 1 .
any pleasure out of eating he'd Arrogance! stupidity and nonsensein Monday in Tampa where they went

administrative effort onlv serve frr Mr. Walker to consult a spec .
Better keep it to himself. Person- I ..
to retard the victory that In the iallstI ,
illv T olav safe: and order double -
end Is the aim of all -o- \
helping of sAnd-blown spinach. :
VG1s I D, S. Hudson
cashier
'eellni confident that no court of the Citizens I
Rr'ilvl o : Bank of Stuart, spent Wednesday
ton'd ronvloe me ')n that kind of
evidence, (Continued from Page One) morning- In Okeechobee attending : I '

Attending church. not being a I munl-ate Immediately with Mr. to business and greeting / t tf

n'easure Is oermlsslble But on Fcretlard either by telegraph or lends :, p.

the way there Sunday morning I telephone so that he can make arrangements -oOhe f t

stopped to "shar-the-ride" with a to cooperate with you us to awake with smiles \ I Id
Rive us to labour smiling; as the
gorgeous blonde and If von don't I i promptly
'Vi'nv' that was n pleasure you're a 1 i Telegrams may be sent to Mr. sun lightens\ the world so let our (

IT older than T hope to get and Forehand collect Charges on tel- lovlngkindness make bright this .-w--...,'-'!, 'f F

T'm no adolescent I l I ephone calls to his office phone No. house of our habitation. R. L. -

,
Stevenson.
I could rr on and on and give M-8133. msv %be reversed

you countless other examples but ; Carlton D. Cone V ,._ I
you probablv have more and better'I District Manager. Mrs B. K Padgett Mrs. Carl : 'Y

of While Wise and Rennis Padgett spent
ones your own. I mav I I

have been unduly flippant In drawing NOTICK Sunday and Monday of this weekIn .

this verbal picture. don't get I I Ilkeeihohen I '","I1I' Plnrlilil\ Wlldwood where they went to
I Ilntinr', U VH1\ the of C. W.
attend funeral Mrs.
I'm not trvlng to be I
me wrong I NOIICK I I" lIKItrin. : : GIMCN Then
funny The situation while ridiculous "iiiiiiiinni' to vixilon it of (hiipter 1ywi.I. Huey who died at that place Sun- -

's II long way from funny.It ""a I..,in'theIt a of riiirldn II I'll\, .%.*1'10
Is downright pathetic and becoming I, ..rlln-d liiml', In okeei'holier Count*, -o- couple of weeks, Judge, what you think of had all the liquor they wanted only it came
I lofliln, ul'l' In. MiTi'red for Male atpuhsl" Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Akobrook
Increasingly! dangerous. null"rj for i Ilu' ulithem. mid benti this prohibition talk that keeps croppin' up from bootleggers at exorbitant prices and
From Its Inception the OPA has 'Mil "0'01 In i I'the right of the 'r'tesferdav afternoon for Arcadia every so often." the government was deprived of millions and

approached this rationing problem' ''FriMleia, ,il I in of r.'Irrl l the| minnd Interim I Iinproveiiientn nil bids, at where they went to visit their "I've heard some of it too, Henry, and millions of dollars in taxes.

the wrong way. Instead of creating the Court limas, nt 111 A. M on III1IMh son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 1 feel like this about it... "It seems to me, as I told my Congressman -
I iluv' of Ki-liriinr. 11(41: Enneiiii'iiti' Mrs. Eddie Alsobrook, Dr. Also- I
public confidence and general'nr from small down in
,n.ud I rltfhr ,if'H\. :'l tai fiet wide' comes a comparatively man Washington last week, that
n spirit of cooperation, It has will lie rem-ned front; fitly ''piirieltnrouiili brook returned to Okeechobee last group of reformers. the same type that we've got all we can do here at home to

worked on the assumption that every i I ii Itniid>'llih ilier- l I. nn exlHilntfi night while Mrs Alsobrook remained plunged us into prohibition during the last help win this war without wasting time

man, woman and child Is a I loin' .., U and 111, Hloik -. Okierhobee there for several.. days. war. And, as we all remember, into nearly arguing about things we know from sad

crook a cheat and a chiseler. Its Tlclghtu Subdivision -o 14 of the worst crime and gangsterism experience won't work."
edicts have been heralded with 1IIMIFM: i IK 1IIK: I I'cTEILN.It. Self-denial Is practical and Is years ,
'I UK
1'1:11\1-1': ; : 1'\1' or
warnings, threats and penalties.It $1.1 n: III,' FI, ORIIA. not only polite but la pleasant)

has maligned the honest cttl- llv 11OIC' UAI'LFUXON.: AifentTr'i those who practice It.-Mary Bake: _. ..,...
.tw. I 1"'utld, tikweholietiComity CM/It ,; .en.r.e. .4M"'u., 'c.'
ren end placed him on par with! Florida Eddy.






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JANUARY 22, 1943
THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS
PAGE THREE
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STAFF I I -
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AUNTIE
TRIPLECHIN'S

t Editor In Chief..... .....Molly Bowden ADVICE TO TilE LOVELORN

! a 1 Assistant Editor......Sllvanus Harden Purple and Gold News"FOR I I _

Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall II I Dear "Auntie Trlplechln":

Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon I I have a serious problem and I

. Class Reporter ...... June Cheshire A GREATER OKEECHOBEE i, hope you can help me.
HIGH
Club Reporter Estelle SCHOOL"FRIDAY
Sanderfur I About six months ago I thoughtI

Social Reporters: Harry P. Green- I I was seriously in love with a boy

berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous JANUARY 22, 1943 1 who was much older than I.

Reporters and Typ _.. --- ,i At the same time another boy

ists: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha I I (my same age) liked me I'll refer

Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack Coker, Student DECLAMATION: CONTEST Dopey Doin'sThe TENNIS INTEREST i. to him as "X", My friends told me

Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie i I that I should so with "X" and that
By Pork'
On January 13, 1943, Mrs. Link'ssection ? Draofhcn
Walker, Betty Mae Thomas he liked
Oveda me very much. I refused
Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson I Government of the 6th Grade held a : If you passed the tennis courts I because
Zel- Dopey Doin's my only thoughts were of
are running a
da Johnson, Martha declamation contest as a chapel Monday or Tuesday afternoon, you \
Walker older
Flor- little along the my boy friend.
Poems the political lines now, I saw some of the Interest in
rte Jordan Alvena program. were given by organ- j
Smith, Marlon not along the love and affection Just recently he the one I loved
members Izlng a Tennis Club
Martin of the class. There were being manifested -
I There was certainly plenty of Interest lines.Juanlta's. so much) Jilted me. Every day I
prizes awarded to Miss Alene Yates, I
manifested In the election i see him with another girl and It
h -'- of who read "The Song of the Shirt" campaign manager was Mr Williams has announced
student body officers last 'Jack Duke. We hurts me terribly 111 have to admIt -
week, can't understandwhy
FROM: land took first place among the i I i that he would be glad to help organize !
WHERE when she's
I SIT various parties began Gene didn't much prettier thin I and
their backing girls. Miss Evelyn Rhoden recited get the job. We ,, a Tennis Club. He says that I II she Is older

It has seemed to me all year, when candidates we came to Thursday school we morning founda I i'I Lullaby" and won second prizein I had had thought turned toward that Jack's the attractive affections'I I at one time he was a pretty goodDennis I Well, to get down to the real
the girls' declamation contest. player, and with a little
that nobody was Interested In mimeographed leaflet problem. Now. I would like to go
our well distributed Molly Bowden.
They have been
Mr. Robert Hayes won first prizeon practice he'd be glad to challenge |
school, that Is the students. Every about the school seen together with "X" and he snubs me I would
time I building his recitation of "In Flanders a great deal. Of any member of the Tennis Club to
like
something was started it and on the school grounds. Giving Field", and Mr. Hlldon Rogers took course, we think that Molly was a little match. more than anything to win
would start off with a and constructive and destructive much In j him for my own.
bang criticism very the same political
'the
club will
second prize when he recited"Johnny's hold matches and
the first thing you know there Is I to all candidates seeking var.lous History Lesson" In theboy's party with Juanita and Jack, according determine the champions of doub- | Please help me. and tell me how

no longer any Interest In the offices. Up until this time little to the to win the affections of "X".
same ': mimeograph sheet les
declamation contest. I and singles. A schedule will beworked
project. Take for Instance our first I had been said about the elect- that came out on Friday of last "Jilted Jill."
From this group of studests thereis out so that every member I
football games. Ion of officers, but ANSWER
Everybody came this set a few week.
no doubt that some day we will i ij will have an opportunity to play.
out and backed the cheerleaders people to thinking, and thus Too, we had there'was Dear "Jilted Jill":
,I cam- have some real orators, as they are j thought that Also a definite date will be set for
'I p and we marched right down the I paign managers and parties were themselves I" a budding romance between the tournament. I| You can't blame "X" for snub-
now proving good ma-
field for a winning score In the I then organized for the various can- 1 Lucille Johnson and Edward Al- !; The 'club bing you after the way you've been

I first game then as the games followed didates. This leaflet was entitledthe terial for the same.V__ derman, but politics seems to have will be responsible for I treating him, but maybe if you
a M- .!the upkeep of the tennis courts and
i i went to him and told him
less ,
and less Interest was "Hurricane News", and here Is slowed up the progress of this ro- j nets At the present time the courts you
shown, that Is in cooperating with a part of one of the paragraphsIn NOTICE i mance, as Edward was elected ; I were sorry that you know you have
the cheerleaders. It' ''flU +\1.0'1 art not being used 'and, are: !In ,,1' been wrong, and that you'd like
Then In our | : "Look at your Senior can- ,, the office, for which they a are
chapel programs, the first two or didates. Will any one of the three The Recreation Hall] will be open both candidates ', very run down condition, and neya very much to go with him now, he

I three were good because there |'! make a good president? Tiny Is on Friday night 8 till 11 o'clock We understand that SkE'eter's'' lot of Improving. might change his mind
Saturday nights, 8 till 11 o'clock, Mr. Williams urges that anybody I this. It doesnt
seemed to be some Interest In it, I a good looking young chap buthates not being very true to Glenn. She'sbeen who is interested In thinclub Try and if help,
and then 'I II hard work and again on Monday nights, 7:30: ( forming write to me again.
they kept getting worse when It's to help seen in the show with Joe
(ret in contact with him
,
to 9:30: ( o'clock. You are Invited to ascoon "Auntie Trlplechln"JOKES
I and wor e. and were practically somebody else. He likes honor for Wolff. I
as possible You do not have J
to the Recreation Hall I
worse than worse when Mr. Watford. Clyde's all come on We ------ -V---
i the little right, but hear Peggy Chandler, Alice to be a high school student Teachers j
these remember
seventh graders showed the whole never gets to a place on time, or nights. But you Hancock and Lucille Johnson went and
others Interested In
student body up with a good when he is supposed to Has no can not drive your car to the Recreation hiking Saturday. They went to tennis are Invited to Join playIng this- ,
Hall
Christmas program. Idea of responsibility and depend- V Lover's Lane and ate their lunch club. All the plans for this club I PORKY: You know, Mr. Dur-

Next the NEWSPAPER: WhereIs ability. Now Marlon is quite conscientious ;'with their three boyfriends and have not been completed as yet, rance, every time I go out with a

your interest? You do want us in his work, and Is one STOP; did they have a good time. Whew! and more Information will be given pretty girl I have half a mind to

to have a school paper do you not? you can depend on We definitely LOOK! By the way. want to know who I amt from time to time. | kiss her.

Well if you do, you'd better re- think he'll make a good class representative LISTEN! their lovers were? We don't know. I Tuesday afternoon the following MR. DURRANCE: Well If you

vive your Interest and get your but he is not a leader. i'I but we can guess, can't you? people were seen playing: Mrs. I had a whole mind you would have

news, regardless of what It Is in That is he can stick to his guns The Girl Scouts are on the Who was the pretty girl Arthur I Strickland, Molly Bowden Sylvia done It long ago.

before Monday of each week. but can't prove to another group march again Money must be Davis went horseback riding with Snell. Johnny Jenkins. Charles j .

that It is worthwhile at all. Comeon last week? Possibly. Alice Weekly.
Llast week a new project was made to pay their annual national | Hargraves, Frank Reeves, Frank REV HOWELL: Why are you
students are you planning to Friday night L. P. and Arthur were
launched That Is the organization dues by :March First.I I!I ( Kellv and Tiny Watford. I'm sure unnlng that steam roller over
make one of these candidates seen walking home with the Weekly -
of student government promoted by pres- at least twenty-five or thirty persons your field?
ident, and let Student Government Saturday the Parrot Troop will I sisters. Thursday night one of 'II
the Theta Beta Club. It looked as ;I are Interested In learning to JOE: Why I'm going to raise

If nobody cared who won the election die in it's early beginning. hold a rummage sale downtown the Weekly sisters was seen with play tennis, and the only way to mashed potatoes this year.

or whether we even had a "REMEMBER that there are oth- In the building next to Sailor Ray Simmons. Friday night learn is to try. Whether you know .
er persons in the Senior Class the sailor was in town again but
student organized body or not, But the Reeves Barber Shop The how or not let's learn. | '
I It er than these three oth-I It seems she liked the home town _-v GLENN: Am I the only boy you
didn't
because last that way all week In fact there are 12 girls and 7I I Gator Troop will auction two boy better. Til.\T'S GRATITt have ever kissed?

with the somebody candidates who wasn't were pleased nom- boys Have you considered these I cakes at 7 o'clock Saturday | Mary Ellen Walker seems to be The Theta Beta Club and Miss SKEETER: Yes. and by tar the

others and there ability to lead ten : Finger wish to express our appreciation best looking.
inated for office and got out amimeographed NIGHT Just cents a i giving Sylvia Snell dirty looks. |i F t
sheet expressing "Consider your candidates for chance. Be sure and get several Could Frank Kelly be the cause? to Miss! Bailey and Miss

I their opinions of the candidates as VICE PRESIDENT: Frank Reevesis chances and get them 'I'It she Is Mary Ellen doesn't have GifTord and Mr Devore for servIng i MRS. STRICKLAND: Who laid

Individuals, and their abilities of a very studious and fine chap, I a chance as Sylvia has Frank, as chaperons at the RecreationHall the table for breakfast this morn-

holding the respective offices This hut has he ever had any experience early. "hook, line and sinker" now it last Friday and Saturday when Ing?

t in leading an organization suchas seems. Miss Finger was out of town. MISS GIFFORD: I did. ,&ll but
leaflet served
stimulus
as a and --- (
student No, and this
body.
thus the student became interested our i i Wonder if Juanita will take Tiny
In the election. Some good school Job is going to require a person who Ing himself on his own smartness back since he succeeded in being WHEN YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES QUIT WORKING
it has had some experience, and and ability to hold office which nobody -
_. spirit WM shown, and maybe a few elected President of the Student
knows how to organize work and seems to recognize. If this
persons got their feelings hurt, but Body of Okeechobee High School.
get things done, because this organization boy Is elected a few people like
\\ I think it was a good thing as a That's a mighty nice title, Juanita.
: has lot to do this Jean Lee Raulerson and Phyllis
person (jets a lot more done when a year. Well would yni live and learn?
Thus, Frank Is not qualified for Cason will use their influence to
he's mad or serious. I've Just found out that there's a BRING 'EM
the office Now, what does Juanita run the government of our schoolIn ICI.nl
Soon after the second semester nice romance between Joe Howell
know about such work. Yes, It's their way.
starts, the Theta Beta Club will and Estelle Sanderful. Nice couplewe
true she was on the StudentFaculty Friday afternoon before the elec-
begin work on the scrapbook and tion Jean Lee and think .
Committee but that's Just the was over Phyllis .
the club hopes you'll keep up this trouble, she's already been takenIn published their own leaflet and Miss Raiford was all smiles this

new school spirit, and make this by the "Rooker's Club", and Is signed their names to it Here'sa week-end as Lt. H. T. Bass was in

scrapbook our best school project. now" being dictated to. by other I per paragraph from their leaflet! : town Of course yOu know he's

---V--- sons. Harry Paul Is an intelligent "First, we want to say that no her bo\'friend. Miss Goddard and

TAKE TDiE TO TII.\ "K GOD young man and will stick to his matter who Is elected as officials of Miss McCarthy went to Lakelandlast ty.

runs, and get what Is the best for our STUDENT GOVERNMENT, weekend. They said they were

Br I. >l, nknimn the Student Body at all times. whether they are the ones we think on a mission to build the morale of
ofJ
Have Thus he's the person for the JunIor most capable for the respective offices our country. They must have hada
you ever stopped to actually
Class Representative. Pork or not, we will do nothing in big time, because Miss McCarthywas
count your blessings? Look. all
taken sick anddidn't
around real Inven- of course is the only one of the the way of hindering our STU- Sunday night
you and take a
Candidates for the office of Vice DENT GOVERNMENT, in fact, we get to school Monday Mrs
tory as we come to the end of thissemester
President. He's a leader, Is well will do all we can to cooperatewith Wongrey went to Miami to see her

: compare vour life witha liked has had experience and is it but we believe some of our husband and Miss Finger went
child your age in Germany, Great along. We did not find out what FE"YOUR
students have made drastic mis
ft POLITICIAIN That is every- a I
Brltlan China Russia Japan or
friend. take "Let The Hurrlcan Miss Finger's reason for going was,
body is his by printing .
Australia or In of the other
any
''There's no doubt that Sarah Roar". In this little! article they whether it was to help build the b
countries who are engaged In combat -
morale of the Air
Howell win take the office of See- said that the "Hurricane News" was Corps Navy or
on their own soil. There's no Col- written senior Civilians. Who knows. But we're
with disappointed
doubt blessings regardless ofho' ta -TreasurE'r "Flying by a
your Individualism who wanted be but sure she didn't go as a chaperonfor
01's" because of her quite to president
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and systematic way of do- who they believed was not capableOf Wongrey. s
more than you can count without .
knew who they Charles Cornelius is really more auar'.wN"
using a pencil and paper. Inrr things. A good Secretary- course everyone
Treasurer is one who Is always on were Implying-Sylvanus Harden- Interested in Mamie- Lee than his

After you have made this Inven- the Job, end she's the only one out but that Is only their opinion because school work. You 11 never get an

tory of your many blessings, now of the candidates who can do It if he wasn't smart enoughand "A" that way, Charles. Remember.

give yourself "self-examination". Frances Is too Interested In attract- didn't have the ability of being "A Woman's a Troublesome Thing. OLD: ELECTRIC APrUMES[

Have you taken advantage or all ing a new boyfriend Laurens is a president, we would like to' Molly, Joe. Idell, Laurens and WILL NAVE TO SERVE' FOR DURATION .

the wonderful opportunities offered too Interested in being cute, and remind them that of the only two Alvvna: and Ellis did a ittle celebrating DON'T let any appliance" lit |JU on the

you? Have you done your best In Alvvna is not capable of doing the active clubs In high school he" 1 I' Friday night, or was it Sat- '- KI-I them into ..",.. Ii,. only

your work at school and In your little Idea "The Future Farmers"and urday? On second thought I believe t..* you cm he sure you cm enjoy the full
a president,
of lob" This gives you benefit of .I..t,.. ....,... for ilia duration
work at home? Have vou given of what was In the first leaflet. "The Theta Beta Club." He it was both nights. Must be i i. to keep your prrwnt appliance* in the
your best In every task you've un- serious. be.i nf repair" fake good are nf
ability I your
Well it certainly made a good job has shown his leadership ep
dertaken do plianret lake id ion al he leant of
to ? If so can you say aijtn
of stirrIng up plenty of interest In these two clubs As you all know Don't complain if this column iroubl,
as Paul said "I have fought a good
the election. no organization can be run by one ,doesn't have the dirt in it you wantto \otir elerlrte repair dealer. wilt Ho ,
fight I have finished my course, I The next morning bright and or two persons and be successful, read about. Remember that we thing po..,hie to keep your appliance every at
I have kept the faith"? worko lei him check
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early we were given a second leaf- everyone must do their part. ,only print what you put in the art nut uimf, and hoe over atored applianreeyou

If you can't do this won't you resolve let entitled "Let the Hurricane Well with these Ides In mind we news box. So get your gossip In the ihelf, II* kill repair the, onra sow which on

now and determine to take Pear". Here's just a paragraph hope you write the name of the the box either the latter part of other can be male, if ervlceable ha ha will buy Ilia

advance of all the wonderful opportunIties prom that leaflet: "The scandal candidate of the Independent ticket I the week or not later than Mondayat front them one ran aalvaf repair part

we have as young men heet "Hurricane News", in tryingto on your ballot, if he chooses to run. I noon. If you do not hoe a regular repair' d..I..,

and women to become better American satisfy personal ends criticised He is the person who you think YOU'LL ONLY GET OUT OF take advantage- our "Appliance Seme
citizens during this next sem- Station" ,I... If U. la a large appbanet. sort
several things In the constitution.First will do the most in the right way THE PAPER
WHAT YOU PUT a* heater
a .n.| or water lust phone we
ester, In order that when It becomesour let us say that the committee to help our Student Governmentand INTO IT. and we will ak a qualified repair dealer to

time to accept the responsibility made It clear that this is not a our School as a whole"The contact you. Brine imall applianrea. into mir
the -----v---- office and we will have them repaired by
of helping In governingof constitution held and
If
permanent upon first primary was I eomPetenl. repairmen. You pick the mill
our country In order that this fa'r trial the suggested way doesn't then the second primary was held, Lit' Aimer '1'1'liance, up here later and (there .la no
i. k world will be better place in saysGiwsbt coil to you other than the
s a work the representatives of all the but Sylvanus didn't announce his but repairnian'acharge
don'II'1 idle
. }k which to live and to live for Ood. students. the council, can change candidacy, s-> the following officers around ),r.ur hom.1n..IM I appliance stay

--VNotice it Some of the things criticized were elected to form our new or I

were the fact that a "C" Average

NoticeAll \Is required. Anyone who Is not Courtell.j (!

capable of making a "C" AverageIs President, Tiny Watford; vice I ta e.a. }.n tWelvr7tii

not capable of being an officer. president, Frank Reeves: Junior '" .... \

news must be In the News Either they are not Interested In class representative Porky Drau-

f box not later than Monday noon school, or have too much to do out- ghon: secretary-treasurer. Frances

t Mr Bowden Is making a special effort Me' or haven't got the brains." Knight; Sophomore class representative lilt Ill Itll ttelliIn

to get the paper out a little "-There Is no doubt everyone Alvyna Sweatt; 9th grade ,rnN

t earlier, In order that we might get rend the recent Issue of the "Hur representatives Idell Tomlinson, ,f "

our copies of the paper on Friday ricane News", which we are sure Edward Alderman; 8th grade representatives \

Instead of Monday. So please cooperate was written by a disappointed sen Donald Sellers Bill r\

and let us have your newspaper ior, who had planned to be presi- Hendry: 7th grade representatives, I

articles not later than noon i dent of the first organized student Ada Jane Cason Snooks Watford.

Monday In order that we might i Government out of 0, H. S. This Just what their first projects will Then tint much tint

cooperate with The Okeechobee I '">v Is bitter against the Senior: be we do not know, but we're sure b'lort: New Yl'u's-8IId wt gottt

News. I Class for reasons stated and would you'll be hearing a great deal from site up tit War Bond with 10% IVIRTBODV.fVIMV IOmWAR

Signed: Theta Bet Club I tike torun, on hU.own ticket prld- this organized student body now of our pay by thtt time! MYDAV BONDSnIDAY

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