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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: January 29, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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).
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Volume 28-Number 32 Okeechobee Florida
Friday, January 29, 1943 Price Five Cents

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NEWS ABOUT OUB I 1'. PRESIDENT E WILLIAMS: CATTLEMEN'S ELECTED: WHY NOT CHANGE THIS? DISTRICT DEPUTY OF MASONS GRANDMASTER NOT {Ij I Methodist Church

i ASSOCIATION OF FLOKIDi .\ ,
ABLE TO
ATTEND MEET

MEN IN SERVICE i: 'I Kissimmee, Jan 25. (FNS-P. E Several citizens of this community have been At the meeting-of the Okeechobee j Burns Last Notes
Williams
!' of Davenport was elected wondering why a school bus owned by the Boardof lodge of Masons here Monday night
Mr. president of the Florida State Cattlemen
and
Mrs R. E.
Hamrick the
In receipt of word that their son are Association, succeeding Public Instruction of Okeechobee County is being supper members which was enjoyed prepared a fine In oyster honor I i Owed On Property

David has been transferred to the 'i Dave Turner of Bradley Junction. used to hold meetings by persons who refuse to of the intended visit of the

Naval, Md.Training station at BaInbridge ( : Other annual officers meeting elected of the at the organization tenth salute the flag of our country and who are conscientious District Deputy Grand Master but I About seventy-Ave members and
due to the
were C. Frank Raulerson, Ft. objectors. This bus is supposed to transport did not shortage here of gasoline he friends met at the local Methodist
I get It was scheduledto
Pierce, A L. Jackson Gainesvilleand children to schools I church last Friday
Fred Montsdeoca left yesterday 'I our : and is being maintained with be his first visit with the new evening to cele
H H Parker Arcadia, vice- brate the debt being
to return to the army air field at'': public funds. officers of the lodge that have recently the church paid off on
presidents and N Ray Carroll of property end six
Macon Oa., after spending a ten 'Kissimmee treasurer Some of the citizens are also wondering why been Installed for the corning months ahead Of time.

day furlough here and at Sebrlng !' Over 100 cattlemen from all sec- I the school officials of our year i{i After a fish fry supper on the
county are permitting a The new officers of the lodge for
i: tlons of the state were in attendance I lawn program was given In the
The Okeechobee News received a Officials present included school bus to be operated by a conscientious objector the year are : W R Page, W, M; church with Judge T. W
card this I who refuses to salute the flag. We have F, W Humphries, S W; Z K. Jr. In Conely,
week from E. M. Robin- AAA Administrator H. O Clayton a county charge There was congregational -
1 Williams, J. W. H.
H
son In which he stated that he was 'I of Gainesville Secretary of State filled with loyal, true, patriotic citizens who are qualified Treas.; J. M Roe; Sr Secy Hancock; F. :I singing led by the senior
now stationed at Carolina R. A. Commissioner of cluolr. Professor O
Beach, Oiay Agri- } to drive this bus. I M. Williams
W.
Zanders
Why not let a true American chaplain; S. R. Rail
N. C He read the
said that he was sent culture Nathan Mayo. L H. Lewis scripture lesson and commented -
drive that bus? snider Mar; J. W Swain, S. D.; I
first to Santa Rosa Cal. and then State Livestock Specialist and Dr. on the passage read Rev.
A. W. Davis. J. D.
to Petaluma Cal., and then to J. V. Knapp of the State Livestock Some citizens are wondering why children in S. S.. A Beika J.;S.W.; L J E.Hendry Stewart i W. R. Howell led the prayer Mr.
North Carolina. He says he finds Sanitary BoardFrank the school I Alexander Sprunt gave a splendid
are not expelled for refusing to salute the Tyler,
the army alt tight so far. ----V- ___-v talk complimenting the church on
flag. What will the school authorities do about this : Its progress and advising Its mem-

Word leached here this week that' Lovecchio disgraceful situation. Annual Report of bers not to stop because they have
reached this mark but to think always -
Major Sam Belcher hud arrived A Subscriber.
safely In England last week. At the Convicted But Is I I: of the one word, "forward"and
_ _ n __ __ --- Cattle Association strive ever onward
beginning of the war he enlisted
the army air corps as captain. Several in- ; ,Music, Class To twin brother Ivy since the attack. Mrs D. R McNeill gave an Inter-

months ago he was promotedto Making AppealFrank 1 Although! the navy lists Ivy M Shows Its Success esting history of the church from
missing Iky still believes there Is the time It was organized, as
the a
rank of major in the
air corps. army 1I I Give Recital At I II some hope his brother will be I class, by Rev. W. O Troutman In

found. May 1915, with seven charter members -
Lovecchio convicted in
was The two played twin halfback positions I I In compiling the annual and meetings were held In
Pvt. C. E. reportof
Kilpatrick,
who was County Court on Monday of last School
Tonight on the Largo high school [ < the Dixie Cattlemen's Association homes because they had no houseof
undergoing treatment In the Walter week on the charge of selling goods
I team and twin forward positions on which is a of worship
Reed hospital In Washington, D. in Okeechobee without license and I It group small cat-
t the basketball team I M tlemen who are Early In 1918 the late
C. has been transferred to the Judge Conely set Saturday morning I operating as a Dr. J. B.
The music Their parents are now in Massachusetts large ranch enterprise Culpepper held a tent
coast artilleiy and is stationed in tor the time to pass sentence In I department of the some information meeting in
Ft. Miles, Del the case. He was charged with Okeechobee schools will present the in defense work but had was developed which will Okeechobee He was assisted by
tilling literature of the religious music pupi's! of the Elementary lived here for years Iky will visit be Of value to cattlemen in par- his son, J B. Culpepper, Jr., who

Aviation Cadet Red In Kllpatrlck lalth of Jehovah's Witnesses. School in a recital Friday eveningJanuaiv friends in this area for several ticular and to the public in general has recently served this church as
29th days before returning to the Jacksonville ( pastor. During that
at eight o'clock in meeting groundwas
U now stationed at the army air Before sentence was passed Judge I
center In Nashville. Tenn. He has Conely asked the defendant if he i the School Auditorium The public's navy hospital for more In July of 1942 this organization broken and work started on a

qualified as a pilot and will be had anything to say before sen- cordially Invited to attend treatment. .. ,''I took: over the ownership and management church building which was almost
moved to some air field In the near Program ----- y ---- of the Cattle Auction Sales! completed by the time the meetlnlZ'i __no ""g

future. to start his pre-flight training several 1. Fairies Harp
constitutional rights and his rightsas Marlon Whiddon never before fUnctioned. Sales beginning That building served as house of

to his religion after which Judge 2 Finding Fairies I-\U'\> I July 9, 1943 were held every worship and pastors home until

EJiott: Lott who is in training as Cjnelj delivered quite a lecture to Ellen Wright Seven Important 'i other Thursday which, including the present church building was
\ art aviation cadet at Maxwell Field him saying he did not have much I: 3. On A Bright Blue Sea 'S:evens> December 31 constituted 13 erected and the other was remodeled -

Montgomery Ala, arrived in Okee- faith in any religion that would not Elizabeth Snaln auction sales.] In these 13 sales, Into a modern home for the

chobee Wednesday and is spending permit him or anyone else to salute I I4. Reading: "Between Two Loves House Committees 3.512 head of beef cattle of all pastor and his family.

several days here before returning the American Flag when the counjfiy "Mia Carlotta" iDalyi-Raulle I sizes and types were sold for a total The first money for the new

'to camp. ,. .'. was fighting for its very Raulerson of $113,76351; most all of which building was the (proceedsof a
..M istence ex-I 8. RAIn On The Roof (Thompson! WlI8lll1IrtOI1ND. c, Jan. 26.The'Hduse '''.were owned by small ranch operators lecture given by the'late Win Jen-

Vernon Burke son of Mr. and The Judge sentenced him to -Tommy Markham. Democratic Leadership has who heretofore had no con- nings Bryan at the request of the -. ,

Mrs. J. W Burke arrived home a fine of $2500 and costs and thirty 0. Nobody Knows de Trouble I See gain designated Congressman Lex venient outlet for selling their cat pastor, Rev. F. L. Crowson: The

Tuesday to spend his furlough herewith days In Jail and In default of pay- (Spiritual) Carol Hancock. Green as Assistant Democratic 'I tle at market prices. There were pastor, H C. Adams, S D Platt.

his parents He Is with the ment of fine and cost another 30 7, The Lost Chord (Sullivan) Whip He has served in this high '1 135 accredited sellers and 81 accredited and the.late D. R. McNeill constituted -

navy and is stationed at Washington days in jail. He was carried to Nancy Boettger and responsible party post for the buyers at these sales during the building committee. The

D. C. Jail after court adjourned but was 8 Jolly Thoughts (Crammond) last 12 years that period. The average sale cornerstone was laid February 23,
eleased Wednesday morning when Ruth Fulford, H s state-wide designation was in these 13 sales was $8,73027 and 1928 and Bishop W N. Ainsworth

Mr. and Mis Frank Chandler received he posted a $75.00 appeal bond with I 9. My Blue Danube ''J Strau. .,>- well recognized by his colleagues In the average sale per animal for the held the dedication services Febru-

a letter this week from their Elmore Cohen of West Palm Beach Allene Yates. the Congress through his assign- entire period, Inqludlng all sizes ary 28, 1926.

son Morris, who enlisted In the as attorney in the appeal case. I 10. Musical Reading "Little Dutch ment to three additional regular i,, and types was $32 28. The Methodist church propertyat

navy December 28 In which he says --------V I| Kindergarten' Alberta Lou- permanent House Committees in. During the period the lowest an- present, Including the parsonageand

he Is now stationed at Balnbrldge PROBLEM; OF REPLACING than. addition to the four committeesheld imal average was on August 6 when furnishings, Is valued at $32 000.

Md. He states that he likes the LOST Rt\EME MUST BE I 11 Minuet In 0 (Beethoven)-Faje In the previous Congress.. Sev- 302 head were sold for an average The present resident membership
Abney. en committee assignments Includ- of $2647 and the Is 198.
highest
navy fine aid is getting along OK. SOLVED BY STATE S.OLO\ average
12. Pipes of Pan (Wright)-Laura ing one chairmanship is a load per head was on December 30 when Mr. Wolff then took the floor and

Frank Padgett who left here several __ I I Maje Campbell carried by few if any other House 200 head were sold for an average explained that the church was

months ago for the army Orlando Jan. 25-IFNS( Replacement 113. Gentle Zepheis (Thomas) members. Green is Florida's new price of $4211 per head. damaged by the storm in 1928 and

training camp returned to his of revenue lost as a re- { Carol Domer. Congressman at Large and is Be- - -- again In 1932 at which time the

home at Fort Drum Tuesday, night, suit of wartime conditions will be I 114 Reading, "A Coquette Conquer- his eleventh year as Chairman pert of a person qualifying as a board of trustees found it neces-

having been honorably discharged i matter for first consideration by ed''-Elizabeth Swain. of the Committee on TerritorIes. dependent If. as a result of such sary to borrow money for repairing

from the army In California the legislature when the session; 15. Serenade (Schubert) Mary support, he acquires a head of fam- the building It Is this debt that

opens next April 1, Richard H. Howell. Each of the seven committee assignments ily exemption, but may acquire a has Just been paid. Mr. Wolff asked

Mr. and Mrs. J. H Walker Jr., Simpson, Speaker of the House. declared I 16 Roses from the South (J. ) Is of direct interest andimpoitance credit for dependent by reason of Mrs. D R. McNeill, as one of

received several letters this week 'i I I Strauss) Ernestine Hunt. to Florida. The assignments additional persons qualifying as dependents the oldest members present, to assist -

irom their son Johnnie who Is with "It is no
the United States Army In Australia go Into any long range improvement i Alberta Louthan. and Harbors. If a person claims head of a family note. The lights were extin
In which he that he is said "This session Invalid Pensions ( matters guished for the time the
says program he ,118 Airy Fairies (Spauldlng)-Wani handling exemption on account of sup- papers
getting along fine and likes that will have to find the money to i da Nix Ruth Fulford < for World War II), port of an aged mother or father, were being burned, making It very

country all right. He also states seep the essential operations of i H9 Missouri Waltz When de Flood Control. Incapable of self-support or a child, effective.

that he has been on a short fur- government going for the next two 1 j Banjo Plays (Songs-Alberta Territories. he would not be entitled to a credit The Methodist people are very

lough and had a fine time. The years I IIf Louthan, Carol Hancock Polly Indian Affairs. for such dependent; but if he sup- grateful for the assistance from

letters were all written before last the war is over then the next Gay Oieenberger. Laura War Claims.Immigration. ported more than one such personhe friends In making this celebration

Christmas. He said that he had legislature can discuss long range I Ii Maye Campbell Eloise Collins, and Naturalization. could claim credit for such additional possible. We are proud of our

not been getting the Okeechobee i improvements," he concluded. Mose Joiner Jackie Harvey. V persons provided they were church for what It means to us as

News for some time and he was Pledged to exercise every possible The high school music pupils will CREDIT FOR DEPENDENTS under 18 years of age or Incapableof individuals and as a group and

very anxious to get the paper each' economy in connection with the give their recital Friday, February5th. ALLOWED TO PAYERS OF self-support also as a symbol of religion in our

week coming session. Simpson has openly Program will appear in next FEDERAL INCOME TAX Credit for dependents may not community.The .
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expressed his approval of a v30daj Okeechobee News. be divided between two persons filIng committee In charge of the

Keesler Field Miss Jan. 28 program if practical, but V separate returns, but must be celebration consisted of Judge T.

Pvt. John Sollle Ellis, son of Mr few members feel that such a short CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST A taxpayer is entitled to a credit taken by the one contributing the W Conely, Jr.. Mr. J. O Wolff Mrs.

and Mrs. Joe E Ellis, 239 N. 11th i session is possible though representatives for each person other than husbandor chief support. A credit for dependents D R. McNeill Mrs. E H. Hunt and

fit, Ft. Pierce Fla. was enrolledas 1 West of Santa Rose wife, whether related to him or may be claimed by a father Mrs. J. H. McCranie. They were
a student this week in Keesler and Troxler of Marlon have advanced "LOVE" is the subject of the not, and whether living with him who provides the support for his assisted by W. J. Hendry, C. A.

Field's great airplane mechanics i suggestions as to how the lesson-sermon which will be read or not who during I the taxable year children living with a divorced wife Fulford: and C. H Parkerson who

school, a unit of the Army Air shortened session might be accomplished In Churches of Christ Scientist, was dependant upon and receivedhis If the support Is provided as a result had charge of the cooking of the

Forces Technical Training Com 1 throughout the world on Sunday, chief support from the taxpayer of a court decree or as the fish.

mand. Speaker Simpson's talk was made January 31. provided the dependent was either result oi an agreement between .y,
Private Ellis has completed his i'' before the Orlando Junior Cham- The Golden Text Is' "Keep your- ,ia) under 18 years of age or (b) husband and wfe. LOCAL MEN ATTEND

basic training. At Keesler he will 1 I her of Commerce. selves in the love of God lookingfor Incapable of self-support because The credit for dependent, allow- ANNUAL BOY SCOUT MEETIN
undergo 16 weeks of instruction on the mercy of our Lord Jesus mentally or physically defective.
--V---- able to a taxpayer filing on Form WEST PALM BEACH
huge B-4 "Liberator" bombers and Christ unto eternal life" (Jude The credit for dependents Is based
1040, is $350, and Is proportionatewith
T. W. Conely Jr., chairman of -
: 1:21): ,
at the successful completion of the upon actual financial dependencyand
the number of months of dependency -
the State Democratic Executive
course will be qualified for active V not mere legal dependency It Mayor H. U Raulerson, S. R
Thus, for a child born
maintaining I I Committee announced this week IKY WINGATE BORN IN Ralfsnlder, Z. K.. Williams, C. H.
and
line duty servicing j Is not necessary that the dependentbe
!I on July 1, the credit allowable
the appointment D>r; Judge J I. OKEECHOBEE WOUNDED Parkerson and W R. Page, spent
these four-englned ships related
big to the taxpayer, but the
would be $175 (for six months), andIf'
Walden Sarasota member of the
a i FIGHT
His course of Instruction wllUn- BY JAPS IN NAVAL taxpayer must have provided more Tuesday afternoon and night at
a child became 18 of
Legislative will I years age
Committee which
crude: training In aircraft main- than one-half of the support,, or on July 1 the credit allowable wouldbe West Palm Beach where they wentto
make recommendations to the state i Largo Jan. 23.- tenance fundamentals, airplane there Is .
no dependency.The
$t 15. One-half a month or l lIs rears
legislature.! Walden also serves as i Wlngate who with his twin brother of the Boy ScoutsThey .
structures hydraulic systems pro-j term
"mentally or physically 'not counted as a month, more
secretary-treasurer of the State i were outstanding athletes at the report a very Interesting
pellers, instruments, engines I defective" Includes not only those than one-half a month U countedas
Committee. Largo high school several years ago meeting In which they were! addressed
,
trical systems, fuel systems engine who are mentally crippled, but also a month in calculating credit.
and who was seriously wounded In by' a member of the RAP
operation and inspection. persons who by reason of old age
credit each
A of $385 for dependent
and Italians are facing complete i a naval battle In the Solomons with heath of who has seen active duty on the
or impaired are Incapable
of the is
on July 1 allowable
The Boy Wanna Bet breakdowns In manpower, planes, the Japs will come home Monday self-support. The state of mentalor year war. front.
to a using Simplified -
The wise men of Washington and I Ships, food, transportation and war His brother. Ivy, on the same physical defect need not be ofa 1040A.taxpayer --V
elsewhere tell about what Is materials.. On the hand the been reported Form
you other i ship with him, has permanent nature, but If it ex- V Miss Elizabeth Reichert spent _
going to happen In 1943 and 1944 allied nations are stronger today missing In action. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Harden of
j isted for only a portion of the year, Dr. B E. Alsobrook was visitor
But Ernie Pyle has been writing than they ever were before. It The twins, sons of Mr and Mrs. then the credit for dependent can at Arcadia Tuesday afternoon a Miami spent Saturday and Sundayin

home to a string of American news- doesn't take a military or a typewriter L. L. Wingate, were on the same be claimed only for that portion of where he went to bring Mrs. Also-, Okeechobee visiting friends and

papers from North Africa, and he strategist to figure out that i cruiser| Iky received a bad leg the year during which the dependent brook home from that place where relatives
reports ow soldiers looking for beta American soldiers in Africa are apt t wound and other wounds and was the -
was supported by taxpayer.A
she spent the week with her
that Hitler and Mussolini will be to have the low-down on the war. in oily water for hours before being not credit past Saturday night and Sunday at Port
person may acquire a son and daughter In law, Mr. and
licked In April, 1943. The Germans -National Industries News Service i rescued. He has not seen hlaI' for dependent by reason of sup- Mrs. Edward Alsobrook family Myacca as the guest of the Kautj .


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I Model Airplane building Physics Ii Rue 1A Twp 34, Hue, 33; Lot 111,
Sep. ST. Twp. 34, live( 11J.ot: ; 2S,

tense Victory Corps, etc. Sec. 3; :, 'I'wl' 34, line( DI: ; Lot 2(1SIM (!. THE POCKETBOOK
I .. It.: 1'w". -M. Rae, 34; Lot 24, ,
'Due the fact that there wa
Published Every Friday by the Held In Interest to Sec. 1l. Twp 31, Hue. 34 ; end
no room for the adults to attend KVi of Lot '9. Kec. :L'J.: Twp. 3fl,
Okeechobee News Co., at OkeechO' I the afternoon session an evening Hue. 34. of KNOWLEDGE Tp S i il'
bee. Okeechobee County, Florida The 1I..III"lIt. of mild |iroiertunder | >
Of Bond SalesMiss rally was put on with the exhibit mild l'erllU'all'lI'd! were In

I and equipment on display and i a.. the iiHinen of: VV 8 illpln; C. F
BRYANT BOWDEN ......... Editor HilllnilK, II. II Krlckmm, t'nkrown. l'I I
large part of the program was repealed C. C. Bone, Armettn l.ilkelililll." It. M. 1 1i4 t

Entered as second class matter and the auditorium wa Cooper Kiln MVuiiiier.. .Miirmirit K I -; I I II
Harriet Elliott one of the (,ray end) N. K Sihotliiiter. II I
July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In .ixaln, filled. 1 nlem eats iVrllllrnti. uliiill, l hp nit I
Florida under the outstanding women of America who A feature of the evening rally; h, ,'tinI ..onlliiv to \ii\\\ Property ilo ?f ri
Okeechobee has been honored by two presidentsof rlhi'il therein hull be m>M. to the 1 1\\ re' N
I IA Ii
Act of March 8, 1879.SIIBSCRIPTION. the United States and Is now the was the presence and Inspiring address I 1.I"h'ol" hldiler, nt the Cotirthuuiie dooron
-_.---- -- of Captain Spencer Terharni the flint Mnnilm In the month of II
RATE Associate Director of the War Sav- awarded the Purple Mnnh, 1'M3' wblpb'In the let dny of : s
I who has been

One year In advance .... $2.DC ings' Staff of the U S. Treasury Heart for bravery on December 1. Mnrcb.I 11111.1943.thin .">th del: of .Iiiinmn, '. I

Six months In advance .... .. .. 1.00 will be in Florida for a series of 1941 at Pearl Harbor. II.n

Three months In advance ....... .'! four conferences January 27 thru School sales of Bonds and ROY Clerk H. RAULERSON.of Circuit CourtOk.eehnhee )

i he 30th according to an announce- Stamps for Jan 18 totaled $130.45. Coinilv. Florid. tfryr' y
Advertising bills are payable on ment today by John L Fans, Flor- checked tClnult. Court Senl)
not been
Later sales have
the first of each month. Parties ida Administrator of the War Savings Total Bond sales for Okeechobee '_._'_ _' ___ i ( A114MERGENCVLMDINB F 1'Ij fj l 1

unknown to publishers required to I Staff of the U. S. Treasury. 1f FICLD CAN NOW BE M4DEI r
County for January up to Thursday; NOTICE OP APPLICATION /''IN f HOURS BVMMMS Of ATEST COMPRESSED

\pay: In advance. Mrs. Henry Morganthau Jr., wife noon were $10675. Hurry I Yot fOR I..w.TADEED or IB.IB I' LOCKING STEf. L MATS 'y FOOD IS THI POTATO .

notices in local columns, of the Secretary of the Treasury only have until Saturday noon tx Not lee |I" herein! itlven Hint ('tin inK IAI0041H66ROUWP A4"'RlMRO(6YRMAYWRCroeI CTNEMf/A1 BRICK DEVELOPED FOR THE
Reading THE SIZE OP A SHOE
ARMY BOX
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'had expected to Miss Urlcht. holder .f Tux icrillknlmNo wAl' oc41reLyT4wNEDODr4usI4A7Nf)
10 cents n line. Rates for display accompany buy jour Bonds for this month. .154 Hlld mlnmll'il, the :iiml lhlnf \ IT WILL SUPPIV MASHED
advertising furnished on application I Elliott and Mrs Roberts on the BUY BONDS AND BREAK THE August A. D HUD Tax Oertlflrntew I POTATOES fOR
tour of Florida conferences but due S. 1'is. !I' 11111. VICHI! ). mill nod IlilillflMind \ 100 MIN
BONDAGE.
Classified advertising 2 cents the -Vh ilii> of J 8eitemor| A li
\to Mr. Morganthau's illness, she Iswith WOMEN
each word Insertion.! All Items W R. Page Chairman 111.7 :: Tin ('..rUII"II':0.: Hull: loaned
per him In Cuba and will be unable Okeechobee County the 2nd ,111\ ,if June. .1. P. I'l'llt:\ mil, I WELDERS
regarding enterprises conducted for Tax (Vrllllfnte/ No 1' 111, IMIIIMI ,lip. w NOW )HAUL
to attend the Florida confer-
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng War Savings Committee. 7tb dm of AuirilMl' \. II I'M: : h.is, I 1 1t FLAAA6PROOF
ences this week filed iime In III)' uftlie: him mini up '
rates _. illentlnn for Tiix |PI| to lie Iauu I d CLOTWIN9 sh
Miss Elliott who Is the Associate ---- -- --- ( n .
thereon. " - --- -.-. Director of the Field Staff in chargeof I Legal Advertisements d.prill.d property In the "fRlfAiEABRIC\) sa "

Women's activities will be accompanied County of Okeechobee State of. FlorIda fy i
Mrs. Laurence Stewart returnedto SU1 J( to UK ,U'I'I.lr.\ Fun 10.\\.1t. <;IMILAR.'fO .
her home here yesterday from I on her tour of Florida 'TAX DIFU I.oli :2 to II Ina. Itlk I Ij U'rliihi\'- 1 //f,, TERRY -
conferences by Mrs Thurston Roberts Lowe uf I9.ltNIIII KlrHt'AililltlonLilt .
the Weems hospital at Sebring : | | < IK I Inn.In' nlvi| Unit .Vim: :-J to II tin ,, ilk K. \Vrlichi i CLOT i iSDP
here she underwent a major operation of Jacksonville Florida Associate l.ru".. bolder of Tin ('," plane I ,. Second Addition $
Administrator in charge oftl'e ,". ll V>. IMUIMI the 3lb Uu>' of Xriil Let U Wrluht. Thirddilltl last! week. I Irubrr l .1. H PuT, his Illiil, mnui' li. The iiM'4>Niiinentii' nf Hiilil i>rnH'iillniliT \ I ye f j
-.,- Women's Division tin uf lire ; boo iiunli iiiplkiitliin| .tot still'. Vrtltlrnti, (milled u 'r.. A NEW ova a
the The conferences to be conducted II llIX tired III .IIIlnKIII'll, tlll'I'POII. lIhlI''rtllll'llll' 1 tho nnniiK nf CiirtlH K: Wltflil PRECISION
C. F. Walker chairman of \WEI6HINSMACHINE TN .
I imlirrirtH ttiu fulloulntf ill' tin I'helim' : K It Wrliflit : II. \It'l
Miss Elliott\\ and Mrs Roberts
Board of County Commissioners. I by rlboil property In the Cuiihl uOkuinliulife llulwMr;; *. K. I 1'I'ni'ii mil, {.... USED
will be held as folows: Ktiiliuf Klurlilu. to.wit : TO DETECT RUST OH ,;;
spent Wednesday In Stuart attending Flsh'rire.1'atree" MfTALMEASURESLOADS _..... t I
Uvt I Lot 3 IIKH lnnJ uwni'd hvlr mid rertlllriiti-t slush lie. n
Jacksonville, Wednesday January IN UNITS OP WOOD
to business \ l.llui Umili-rmni 1111'.1.\ A. deemed nernrillnir to law property d..- I IQl.OOO.OOO.000or ? K STILL IMPORTANT IHwe
27 Roosevelt Hotel 10:00: 11:45: 17: Kill1.1 -, mid 'b BUILDING OF MODERN i
.o liiiiigliln "fcec :x'l: 'I'wI'| nerllieil thireln nhnll he to the AN ounce AMP: : BATflSSHIPS.S2.OOO' .
II a. m. :I iniit.iliiliif :n srr''S.I'hr lilglicHt Milder nt the Courthouse door WEIGNSRU5TTOTNE -m I
BOAROFEETC"
Get the pattern of jour life from uMMiNHineiit, nl Mull |irn|>rrt} on the first Monday In the tnontb of I DEGREe Of A SIIoIGL tuMaERISUSeDINBUILDlH i $ I
God, then go about your work and Tallahassee Thursday January miller milil CurllNiutiwax In Hi'1 mum Muir,'!,, nil! nhlih IH the lot din. "f LAYER OF ATOMS. THE! ONE 0' OUR iLN'FR-BATfty
28. Floridian Hotel 1000: 11:43 ?I .\081111 A Kloi'nu Mnrch. 11141: MACHINE, 1EAI; ftl, A Gl qSTl)6g._ WAGON
be 'ourseU.-Phl11lps Brooks. I nlfm mill cmirirntci shall hue n- Dated tliln, 2"lh din <"f .Iminiirt 1114:I IUOY I
--V. a. m Veined according to law property Atirlhpil It. RAU1.EK40X,
Orlando Friday January 29, San therein thai) lie mid to the blubt Clerk Circuit Coort of
Albert Beika. who Is employed at MtMer lit the Courthouse door on Okwrhnl County, Florida ,
:45 -- --- -
Riddle-McKay air school at Clew- Juan Hotel, 10:00: 11 ; a. m. the first !Monilnr In the month olMnnh ) ,ii'ln" nil <'niirt <, .ill"War --- -

iston, returned to that city Sunday Miami. Saturday, January 30. IIH. nbli-li .In the bt ,III)' "f ..
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Blue Room Columbus Hotel. 10:00: )March 1043Hulid .
night after spending several days tlil Jsth dayof JaniniM'. 1114.1I \! : l I
his 11.43 a m. :,< >1 1. .L11'LIItso.I ; !
with family.
here
I- In addition to the chairmen of Clnrlc Ukevcbubee
Women's Divisions of the Flor- ,, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Ellis announce i l In" 'uh .Cniirt Noun .. ..
ida War Savings Committees these TIRES AT
the arrival of a son that ()81EIt HMt I'IIII.II'TIOSIII
born at the Fort Pierce hos- conferences will be attended by Executive Hilt! IIIMIIUKSou :.
was
pital last week. Chairmen and other members Taullne Ilankln.VI Ciiiiiiiliiliiiini' HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING CO.

-0- of county and local War Sav- I'undnr Owen Hunkln. llefunilnnl.
for the !Buskin Nurfulknviil Fort Pierce Florida Phone 139
FOR SALE-1938 Ford V-8 Sedan ings Committees in Florida 1'" i'undor own -
I :\ Ilnepltxl] | ), 1'iiriMiiiiiiih.. I G P t
in good condition. Equippedwith purpose of completely outlining \It iiiienrlnic| | liHwurn. Mil uf I'OID'1.llIlul ea

radio and five good tires. Will I women's activities In this program. sled' In ibis cause tlint the difvuilaiiL Nine Years experience Best of equipment.
In
Ilnr-kln. II
I I'uiidiir Iwen
bell cheap J. H. Walker Jr. I Miss Elllott.ls on leave of absence resident'' uf the State uf Klorlilii bun I Send your tires and certificates by bus line and lave time, tires
from the Women's College of the bun he">n iilmi'iit from mild. Htute rot I
I University of North Carolina at more I ihuu sixty dues prior to Illlnj : I II II and rasollne. Prompt service Government ceiling prices
Paul Shuler who made Okeechobee I lull if i'uniiliilnl. In this cause snit
his home for many years was Greensboro where for the past sev- Ihiit din lad known uiltlrevi W Ior..
dean full Nuvul llui.illul| ruitmiiuutli" ..
been the
has
released this week from the hospital j en years she In,
mud Hint uhi ild'eiicltiiii nun nut I -
-
) at Winter Haven after undergoing and for twenty years she has been I Die united funei fir the I nlU'd Stuteiuf
Professor of Political Science. I .\inerlin ; It I IK therefore onlereilUnit .1
a serious operation. the mild Cuuilor OW" Hunkln In I
)- 'I'Ii I Miss Elliott was born at Carbondale uinl hiIn hiTi-lij ordered tu "l'lwar .

educated at tlie 11111 ut uiupliilnt' Hied lu mild
of the' Illinois, and was lu i NOTICE
Miss Joyce Lang one
ruuiie uii or before llu lot duty olMilnh i I
nurses in the Weems hospital at Park College Parkville! Missouri A. I'l ItH.I iillierwl the nllutfiitlonii ,. .
and at Hanover College Hanover lu Hiiltl CUIIHI* nlll b. taken Bond*, said an angler i'.
Okeecho-
In
Sebrlng spent Monday I Indiana. She received her master IIH ntife9Mi il by mid ,1.r"lIoI'llIt. nameJ WaJe, To Landowners in Everglades Drainage District :
bee coming over with Mrs. C B It l I. further ordered Unit tlil or.I't'I" i

Duffey. : degree In poltical science from Columbia 'i ulnei pulillHliiMl'Illhet Oil''k plm III I the IlkmholiueNMM. for four' "Are the sportingest catchI The Everglades Act which became law June 3, 1941, contains

-o- e I University. : .. ii in "' .|.I'"I"1000lollob",1' In ukeehnbec have macle-l lThey'll the following provision:

O G. Nanny and Nathan Holmesof I I In 1940 President Roosevelt appointed ,, .'lo'ldd.lIcI,1 free- SECTION 13 1)) This section shall remain In full force and
Elliott the only woman 1 lulu JMU:: dny ul Jauuuri..5." save us our
Fort Pierce were business visitors Miss Il| WU. effect' for two ((2) vears from the date this Act shall become a

In Okeechobee Tuesday. I r member of the National Defense UD\ It KM! KUMIV; dom law and at the expiration of such i2' > years period then the fee

I Io I Advisory Commission She was In Dy SuLjbroulii; lurk Circuit I'VIIKI, Court U. f'. And then, 'hen'e need simple title to all lands against which there remains outstandingany

The high school music pupils will 'charge of consumer's interests I ,n 'In ult Court Hull 'em, such tax sale certificates, or tax liens shall become absolutely
Former President Hoover appoln-' vested In the Board of Commissioners of Everglades DrainageDlsh'lct
give their recital Friday February |I ri lu.n'.VTID.N. for cash
FOR
ohiitit
will in nextweek's | ted Miss Elliott a delegate to his 11111 for lllturf. They're goal more and every right, title or Interest of everv nature or kind

5th. Program appear I Child Welfare ConferenceShe I l.hlru;\ Slinoim Couiulnluuiit, thane paid!" whatsoever of the former owner of said property or any one

Okeechobee News. been active in work VII. claiming bv, through or under him or any one holding anv lien
I I0 has long It. I'. Klllloliil. 1.t"IIIIIIII. Help mini tho*. J.p.n... thereon shall cease terminate and be at an end and the Boardof
with the General Federation ofWomen's 1'" It I'. MIIIOUK. IUO 1'1)lie hi., I'HU
Patience is a tree whose toot is I of luirgli 1'u. I I A.lxrn.ii" Put full Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be authorized

bitter but Its fruit is very sweet. I Clubs the League I It uppi'iirtiiy liv a Munrii hill l of Li>uililiilnl t tea .....,._t or yow..<..En. and empowered to sell the said lands as provided by law.
--V Women Voters, the American Association Illeil In thlH rules Unit I be. ile Bonds Sump.
I Women and feiiilitnl It P Simon*, In n reHlduiit Into Ww or This notice Is published for your protection:
Do not anticipate the happinessof of University uf u $lllIle other thuu the Stiite of every pay day. ll'i VITAL.

tomoriotf, but dlscpve it in I other civic organizations. Klorldu uiid I In a resident of eel:: Chile D.PWIM.flS. E\ERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
I' S. T.- "
I'll" !I. aliotlie uu"
I
As President of the North Carolina Ht" ritlnliiiryh
today.-Ella Wheeler Wilcox, I of 1".IIIY'UII. .Mar mid not III the
.
\ Conference of Social Service a uriniil fint ot the lulled Slnli ulAuiirliu )
V .
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a It In tlierefore ordered Unit -- --- -- -
alto she :sponsored ;
few
BABY CHICKS C. O D.-Heavy years the. odd nun runlileut ilHVndant H I'. ,

mixed J883 hundred. Light mixed, (I heal'h'' program that was widely Muiiiim, be and lie In hereby reiiilreilIn | ._.. ._ _u_ ___ .. _. .. ....,..,. .00
state. lo Hie 11111 ur CnniDliilnt,
heralded throughout the aiieur .
$500 hundred. Nichols Hatchery Illed III mild,, mime on or liefnri' the .
Kingston. Georgia. 31.2t'0 'I From 1933 to 1935 she served on first diiuf M u r,-h A. 1) I'JI.I: otliii- THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. : : ,1. :+ t;, :

the Noun Carolina Relief\ Administration slue l (Ihs ulli>v tloiii lu mild unite will) .
-- i l I.e lukeu. it* will, ..d b> uU def'udnnL .
H. W. Hutto spent Wednesday in Commission II' 'e r; alr. .'
to business. I commenting. on her recent return It In further onlereil. Unit till, or,lev {' .Irs rt ''k'Fy '
attending
,
Fort Pierce
II'k for foureouwcutlve y i
to Washington Miss Elliott\ I he pllbllHlied Hue .
-> I weeks lu tbs OkvecbobeeNIUM .

County Jude! T. W. Conely Jr., says, "I am glad to come back to : u new .'piiier( .pun.lshrd. In surf I ..
whatever I can t omit HIM! M.He. : .
left yesterday at noon for Jackson- i Washington tj liutvd Ibis '.'6tl day of January Ali. .
few In this emergency. I am particularly 1\11:1.: i itiI
ville where he will spend a T
happy to have a part in this It0\ U 11.\l'I.UIUS. jL1 t' .Z
days attending to business. lerk Ireiilt Court I ,
-o( --- I War Bond program I believe\ H.s Uy Sihrunhi Truss, I'. C.. I

Kllg ire's new 1943 annual seed ,, : the greatest opportunity a democratic limit .unit, Seal) '- II

catalog and Vegetable Planting I pepole ever had to prove that u'rli'-TO ( KhIIIIOKSIllll i I

Guide for Florida now available they are willing to face their responsibilities ( : I'ru'tod.' "...... I 111 lll, 11 1''i T'rL _51.1'dIJJJJJJJJJ' JthI ,
I.111 ('til HI OF 'lilt l'OI'n"JlllloI
Send for your free copy. The I In a democratic way. i:, OKklU. 'I10ULK. ('uf'N'nH.UKIHV I

It is imperative lor women to understand \ I.S 1-UiiHArK. '
Klljore Seed Company Plant City, of i! I y l Ii'
KMtHte:
III ri*:
and to be a pail of thisi UI .'
32-2t I I> \10",1, i
Florida It. I. Bri-nvr, ?'' _,
.. .- -- -- .. .. ,--,--, -, I,i War SiUnus program since buying lu All treillKui and I''remul lliivlnt.I .
MMKMnkwhubiH :t bonds means taking money from ur l 1"11'1)11,1.olllll.t l Sul'lKmute. ;

Klorlcla, I : :
) Comity the tamely budget and that means \nu nod oueti uf you nn hoi I iiiiillllril i\
,
:
hniiiiir 11.1, 1IM1\
MilU'K) IS IIKI1KHUIVKS: : ; I'llnt revising that family budget. 1 am innl. 1111.,1 lu innem tin
; uimiii.iil rut Mrvtlun II of rimiitir' 1-fiH householder will luluiM nml miiniln wlilih" jou tin 01ililnr ,
that
\: lup every have minium
i\f
\lnw tit t'lorlilu. Ai'ti Iiii7: known n* i if )''11. mm .
l 111' )11'II'IJ\: \1'! Din fiillmliitf. illihiii <>- be a bondholder"Mil "MIIiI. of It. L. Brewer 1'ounly dur''ns'd! I., lull
><, lulu) In O| iki-ei'lmhee Soil sty
hi ulleruil fur
will
Klurtiln null.\ "iikTj, lr Hi'. ,'-o""t\1 who Is Florida Associate illip In tlii-, court, IIIIIIHII or Hulil'oiini.v'
llkiM'i'ln.lii*,, lliuliln! nllblu c'lKlnuili'inliir 1
'" ,1 i mull Mil milijwt I in tiiu Administrator In charge of the nt
uf theIlret
Mouths tram tintliiiu 1 7 s
Trimti't'ii uf tht. Inluriiiil '| +
Ili i I Ka
the :'lI'h1'111111I
is one of ( Ihl.loti.Ire
UK nt I'lln'1 In ri'jwt mi) and nil lilili.i \ Women's Division iiiililli-iitlun n ,
a. IIIII' m Court IliiiiKi., in 111.)1.. nn tlia : best known and moat active club i or Ut'liiuiiil. Hliull hIt InMlthiv.
iln.t uf Murih. VI4.1: .:",.'".lIt uinl iliiiU stale tin |tliui> of n'sblru"xnd
,ii-, rand I flifht of wily JOO feet wide will women In the South, having servedas IllUt OflllB UllllrcM uf the Illllll' .
I.,>M<.1.\1| ,moll tun |1"r.1 l tlirouicrt President of the Florida Federa- nut uinl. ..111I11co sworn lu l by tin r 13"1 '
\tlilili" tlH-r,' In ,mi HilKlliiii "tiilc Komir.u the liiliiiuni.. iiifi'iit ur iiitoruey mud nu\ 4 M: 'S
'I end 21 I. JiUxk H Wrlifbt tion of Women's Clubs and Is each rjulni or demon) nut no Illeil\ '

,>. Hum SiilnllvliiluiiIUSKh I mediate past president. She has hull l ho void. ; IJJJ.) E!: .,,
: ..\\ KitA
'I | > ill-- 'I'HE IMKUNAL I I and K.VNSV1
lII'lnKMIA:, : : i r PI N'l II Ol- 111f! i teen active In every patriotic l.xiMiiinr uf lln l.imtlll and r .
"TAr.1! : I II.' KI.OUIDA. I, Tei.aie! movement In recent years r >tuli.nt ot
Br, Stay H Itnukruiin. AuditIruiten II I,. Ifrennr. (IireniteilMirur. .
the state of Florida. I .
I. I. Fund. Oksecllobe In .
'.'n."o'. rinrlilnTOP Mrs Roberts recently completed ': OF
11'I'LI.1'l'11IIIH. 1.\ \ 1,1:1:1 l: I ;
I tour reaching every section of
a. I owe ul 11111,1Nutli'0
the state of Florida advising with I IH In.rt'liy Klven tint UiilineM, .
)

Women's Division chairmen and nnil Kiiiilermiii.-0... 4. ,1. hullers U lu Jl uf IHllUHlM'' Tux Ortlllclltl'K ll.:\ Had an y news from George and his family out war alcohol for the government for rj

THAT I. >orkers 21. 41ti end\ 44. iHniii-il the Illeil 11th day"f since they moved away Judge?" ammunition tires, medical supplies and
nunslu
Ckeechobee County War Savings Hi AiiuiiHi) airier, A: him I). iniiile lull" him HiMilli-iiMun i r i I "Yes, 1 had a letter from him day before chemicals, they still are able to account for

I Staff has been requested to attend II 'Ii.! > I Veil, tn Im lumieil Hie following thereon.' Nn il..idI'ertttl'eles .- yesterday. He'i in Kentucky...the family's nearly a billion and a half dollars in taxes .t f t

the meeting to be held in Orlando i ', 'Property eiiiliruro In the County of fine and they all like it there. George says each year.That's on account of the fact the -

'By Friday January 29. llk..linlu... '"0''> i>1 I'l rude' 3. I T"'I'" 1LnU \ he has a fine job in a beverage distillery. beverage distillers, though working 100% ".1'.
soil Ml), Hee. |
The first SchoolsatWarReport 34. ltn 19:. -.N; Lot .tl. II,.... 1.Twi| lie brought out an interesting point in his for the government, are still able to supply I

.; I N yjRS%, to the Nation" in Florida: and probably ::14. HKI :LT : All Hlmki liielimlveM 1 to IIInillnlvv. letter I hadn't thought of before. lie said the public with beverages from the reserve 4
held n U lu tl
States was
,in the United .
Lake mul it. 1111"' .ti tu ..1 hi that while the beverage distillers are workstocks made during peacetime.

at Leesburg by the schools of i-lM.lv. All Moek T I leM lot 1II..kII T. ing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week turning "Quite an unusual case, isn't it, Jim?"
IS and 14. All
County on Friday January All It I,ii-k II leu lot
1 It-mi hits I: :II I, It. 7 cud N. All
and outstanding\
WPS a complete HIiK'k 2I.: ..a lots 1ao": IH. All

BUY WAR BONDS I I surrew These! reports Included Red Cross .BI".IIN ITU i.f: iHienu.less loll a T iihdlvlHlon end) N. Town oft CMfAlloW" f_.(. ItUtuMu, tut.

fII', nf N\V'i end NMt of N''tsNs' .
Scrap Collection, 4-H Club work IV:I Top, II: HIM. :3'Il.nt: VI, ,



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1943 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE
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STAFF I
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Editor In Chief...........Molly Bowden Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee

Assistant Editor......Sllvanus Harden Purple and Gold News
: Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall

Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon

Class Reporter '" ..... June Cheshire "FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" Friday & SaturdayAnn
Club Reporter .. Estelle Sanderfur
I Social Reporters: Harry P. Oreen- I I

berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous i FU1DVY, JANUARY 29, 1943 ,. Sothern Red Skelton
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I Reporters and TypIsts I I Robert Young Lionel BarrymoreIn
: Katheryn Sweatt I I
I Bertha
Ii they are fighting for your life and possibilities. not he does not want to marry a romantic love scenes In chapel
Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack Coker I i
liberty. When Stanley returned to Eng dumb II last week? In case you don't
Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie I There are many other phases of land he wrote the "story" of Liv- girl.By: Aunty Tripple Chins member, they were: Bill "LADY BE GOOD"
I Walker, Betty Mae Thomas re-\\
Oveda
the homefront you can help In too ingston and that "story" was a plea ---v I i I Sarah Belle Story, McKlnster withVIRGINIA
Boromel, Jean Lee
Raulerson
Zel- I People are needed In civilian defense for others to follow In his footsteps. I I Lucille Waldron, and Robert Simmons -
I da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- 1 Dopey Doin'sI i O'BRIEN
every day Also you can still The London Historical Association I and Margaret [
rie Jordan, Alvena Smith Upthegrove.I'I'
Martin. Marlon buy war stamps and bonds. When voted that Stanley's claims of finding I I I Maybe some real love

( somebody asks you to cooperate the "lost man" were false Im- I develop from this. I Also

I with the war effort, don't grumble mediately following the vote comes I I t, REEl DOLITTLE I Did you notice that Alvene Smith 3 MESQUITEERS

OKEECHOBEE ,I take it as a favor for their asking a message from the British consul ,': I received a letter from an angry was sad for about a week? Perhaps I In
HIGH SCHOOL In Africa of the 'I it was because T, J
sou carrying news leader He (or she) says that a Jones was going -
AGAIN MEETS ACCREDITATION ,I Remember the old days It's been ( death of Livingston-his body had I I falsehood was printed In this column i to be called to the army: !i "THUNDERINGWALLS"

STANDARDS OF SOUTHERN done before and we can da It again been carried by faithful servants to I'm sorry about It, but that |I Perllee says Billy must not be
ASSOCIATION I Of course you'll cooperate with the the outer coast. Before the Association item was taken from the news-box, wise If "A hint to the wise Is suf I

farmer, and bring Okeechobee to the chairman read the last and I've said before I only print. ficient." Also New plus Cartoon

the top In produce on the market words of the great missionary, and what Is put in the news box It's 1 John Smith finally got a seat by i .
his Principal Williams reports that for this year, they were addressed to Henry M, sorta hard on the home town boysto Marjory Lofton on the school bus- 'I
accreditation report from the V Stanley and read as follows: know a certain young lady thinks it took a long time though ,

Southern Association of Accredited SUCCESSFULI "Too weak to carry on Have ask- 'more of a sailor than any home Good luck, Juanita and Gene El- Sunday & MondayLann
Colleges and Secondary Schools ed that my heart and dreams be town boy. i ledge on their new venture.

places Okeechobee High School on [ -; burled here. The torch has fallen Betty Mae "Just can't stand Turner (lark Gable
the list of accredited schools. Olrl Scouts marked Saturday I What luck for the girls to have
from hands and David more So she
my My son come any says Maybe -
I
In view of the shortage of certified ,'January I 23, 1943 as a very successful relight It." John Neff back! Since Bessie Lou thatx why she's been going with lu"HONKY
teachers the local school de- day Isn't here the girls have a better
L P much.Something (
so
And went. And his dearest TODK"Pathe
Stanley
serves great credit for this The Gators cleared $19 00 on their chance. ,
meeting to remember.Cent
I requirement of the Southern Asso- 'I cake raffle. friends had said shortly before We've been told that Jo Ann is : News
hem t tin little fellow
ciation. We were, however warnedon The Parrots cleared $18,65 on the this last incident occurred that Interested in Bill Williams, but Till he cries Cartoon'COMING
the library rummage sale. Stanley had changed! 'Jerry Hunt Is very Interested in !I
expenditure of the He may grow up to be
preceding year. This expenditure I This money will be used to pay It may seem strange to you thatI her. That sounds like a problem Twice vour size. .
will be met In full within the next their national troop dues, and their wanted to review this book for for the "Lovelorn Column." I I

few days. The association requiresan Individual membership fees, and to you, but I got several meanful 1: Clarence Arnold has ,been two- :
expenditure for library books meet their pledge to the Junior ideas from this story and I wantedto timing Mildred Phelps. He goes to ,

equivalent to one dollar per person Red Cross. and they want to buy pass them on to you. see Louise Woodall every night I I fJSERrY li ERICq "Silver Queen"

per )'ear. a War Bond this year First, Africa today seems very Donald Mack seems to be Infatu-I+ "Flying Thren""Cry&tal
It means much to be on the Too, In the Parrot Troop there close to us, because In Africa we ated with Molly "Heartbreaker"Bowden. : I
Southern Association of Accredited are six second class Olrl Scouts, have some friends and loved ones It can't last long. Ball"

I Colleges and Secondary Schools for and a banquet will be given In their who are giving of their lives that Haynes has been acting like he \I / .

then our graduates may attend honor soon. we might be safe, and enjoy the lost his best friend Was It a boor > I

practically ant college In the coun- Some new Improvements are to American way of life a girl? ......
try without being required to enter be made In the scout room in the Second, Africa Is still an uncivil- i We deeply regret that Eva Lou- I
by examination. high school. Ized country to a certain extent. ise was not able to get married
I V V especially away back In the Interior last week, but she says she will

FUTURE FARMERS TODAY STOP! LOOK! AND LISTEN! they need our help, our prayers, soon.
I' our missionaries, our gifts and our Virginia Parkerson was very pop-

The club members gave a partyIn The Parrots did not sell quite offensive and defensive protection ular at the recreation hall last Sat-

honor of the Senior Class Fri- all their rummage last week, Third the torch has been lightedby urday night I guess It was because
day night at the scholl house But and will be open all day Sat- a few American armed forces, she had two beautiful blondes with

only a few of the Seniors showed urday, January :20, 1943. If with a little ammunition, and we her One of them was married, and
UP you didn't get any of their big must keep this torch burning. We Charlie Hart, who was visiting here

After sitting around the fire fora bargains last Saturday, be sure all can't go to the fronts In Africa, for the week-end entertained the
while everybody enjoyed roasting and get tome of them tomor but we .an build a home front that other

seiners A few tales were told then row. You will find them located j those boys can really feel In Africa Wonder where Johnny was FrI- "
everybody went home or some oth- In "Joe's Old Shoe Shop" They're not complaining They say day night, Lucille might have been "These Bonds, said a milk
er place. just next to Coirerly's barbershop that God Is taking care of them lonesome If she hadn't had some- man in R> e,

The club has been working quitea Yes, Ood Is on the job, and those I body taking his place. "Will win us control of the i
bit on their farm project Several --V boys are on their job, but those 1 Who do you think I saw walking
seed beds have been made and STANLEY AND LIViNGSTON Jobs would be easier for both of together Friday night? Joe Underhill ky, -- -

I planting of our crops is expectedto I them If we were more on our JOB i and Molly Boettger, Laurens And I'm happy to know I

be as soon as we have some rain. I was tired of not doing anything HERE AT HOME. 'Reeves and Idell Tomlinson, Ellis That a tenth of my dough p

Several new members have joined very constructive with my leisure :My plea Is that we forget our Draughon and Alice Hancock, and Will help blast the his 1EVEQy
.... our club They will take Agriculture time so a few nights ago I thoughtI'd petty difference here at home, and scads of others as a result of the ,
.. If second semester. try reading the books around live for the day when that torch party given by Lucille and Peggy @ )'-} l" I II

Diamond ball practice Is to start home, and I found "Stanley and which has been lighted In Africa, ''at Peggy's home, we think. I 4 4EV
j Livingston", I really enjoyed It. and other countries of the Mildred Skim off
next week. Because of the gas rationing many Gene Fulford was wearing tan percent your
we will only play hometown and I'd like to share it with you world today itl be burning a beau- I Morgan's bracelet last week. pay every werk-for War ,

teams i Stanley was a young man-a re- tiful name of victory, with peace What did he give her In exchange? t Saving Bond. or Stamp.
Don't leaf it to the other
When in need of agricultural advice porter for the New York Herald in and happiness all. A ring? And say, who has he been fellow. This la ererybody'iwart r

attend our meetings and we London, enthusiastic someone who ---" --- i I making eyes at in history class?

will fix you nice. loved adventure and danger Dr ADVICE 10 TilE LOVELORN Maybe B M? tr S. Tmuu". p.-
--y Livingston was reported lost in Af I Didn't it thrill you to see such /V U.S.WAR BONDS
,
FROM WHERE I STANDBy rica-no white man had been able i, .
to contact him lor months Stanley This week the following letter ap- -- -- -- - r '-'- ---

4 Future Farmer wanted a story and that was the peared in the news box for advice

Walt) Don't stop reading yet. reason he went to Africa to search S II

There Is something here you should for the doctor. January, 1943
know.In Months of hardship and privation HI Honey: fACTION
Into the heart of
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg: carried Stanley Thought I would drop you a few
address he said "Four score and the "Dark Continent" without any lines, to let you know I'm not dead.
seven years ago our forefathers trace of the man for whom he Gosh! It sure hurt me to know that i iI

created a new nation, conceived In searched you had to leave Fred, could you I
his dearest On The Florida FrontThere
said
to
liberty, and dedicated to the piop- Later Stanley learn to like me? Just a little bit?
ositlon that all men are created friend in London, "There were I guess I could learn to love jou

equal." We, as Americans are letting times when I nearly turned back But I'm not asking that of you are two fronts in this war the batllr.'ront:
that liberty die down that but something I can't explain unless you want to
this nation was made for Just be- kept me going" And then quite unexpectedly You know La Verne Wynn don't and the homefront. Both are important. .....

cause your brother father, or sis- he came across natives you? Well she's getting married I The success of our valiant forces in the field even
Is In the armed forces who asked for food-and they said about
ter serving this month She told me you .'
feeds their lives, depend how well we back
us very may upon
"Other white man always
Is no reason to think that is all and her at the cow pens Honey,
when hungry That clue, the them up at home not tomorrow, but today.
do
I you have to toward winning the as soon as I have some pictures
war. It is true that, that Is a knowledge that some other white made ,I'm sire< gonna send you
Railroads and railroad men play a vital the
led Stan- part on
In the jungle,
great sacrifice, but there are other person was some, I sure wish you had walked
to Livingston. Then said the homefront. They are efficiently providing that huge
sacrifices to be given before this ley home with me so you could have
war Is over. What I am trying to young man to the elder, 'Dr Liv- kissed me I sure would like to amount of transportation upon which our entire war

get at Is cooperation. With a little ingston, I presume?" How cas- have you kiss me .Ooshl I sure effort and civilian economy so heavily depend.
j cooperation It is going lo be easierto ually these words were spoken by think you'ie real cute Fred, will
win this war Most of us thinkwe Stanley when he met this other you send me some pictures of you? There's action on the Florida front, too. An increasing

are a little better than the other white man, and yet with the hope Oee, I sure would like to be there volume of traffic essential to the war effort is speedingever
:lellow but we are going to have In his heart that this was the right with you. I wouldn't even look at
words of Stanley the double track Florida East Coast Railway.
to give, up our little differences to man The next another boy Do you know Ted ?
have liberty and democracy In this amazed me for he certainly was Prescott? Well, that night that Keeping this 'war traffic rolling comes

nation, and !that's what we've got not a religious from man New, but York a ,newspapel' who- you came and sat down by me over I first in importance with all of us even 1 ,
to have to win this war. man at the All-Night he asked me to
Ood His words were though it involves some sacrifices and
neglected tiw
There are quite a lew farms In marry him, but I was thinking of '
this very community that must these: "Thank God I've found you! you and I just couldn't say "Yes," inconvenience. No patriotic American

., have help to farm, but labor is The word "found", however, did Fred, were you supposed to be Ef- I would have it otherwise until the day of

shoit Are we going to sit down not belong, lost because Livingston In his love had fie's boy friend that night or Just a final.: victory is acl.: vod.I .
and let their crops ruin because we never been except Irlt-nd? /
are too good to go out into the for his work among the natives of Honey, I'm sitting here In History I

b fields and work? That's not the Africa thinking of you right now, Fred, if
Surprise after surprise came for at all about me I
nay to win this war. you care anything I
What we need Is more cooperation bewildered Stanley. Natives speak- you will answer this letter. Well, I '7 Lr }
with our farmers Don't be ini English and the first morning honey, there Is no news so I'll close I ,
afraid to dirty your hands. In the la the village he awoke to hear the my letter but never my love. I II
Africans singing "On-
old days when work was to be done dak-skinned Love and more Love, .
Christian Soldiers"Dr i4v.i
ward
Mr. Jhn Doe's neighbor's helped
By Ima Smoocher-I ,
Livingston could have returned -
him, because there was nobody to a
hire then. U they did it then, whycan't to England with his friendhonor I II
and fame awaited him. But he January 1943 I
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we do the same now
preferred ministering to his native Dear Ima Smoocher: I
soldier
would hate to starve some I
.. who may be your brother! father friends His parish was one of the Although your name Is unknown' :
wouldn't largest ever known covering miles to me I think this advice shouldbe I i
or friend because you co-
'I
operate with the honest farmer at of untamed wilderness, Jungles, true Ii I
/. home who has given up ,his labor swamps, fever, and yet, when If you want this boy to marry I
t the fronts and fight for racked by pain, he continued at you don't do the p:'opcsinglIn ;
..1 to go to I
1 other points. And, as miracles so the first place you are too
us who remain at home with all
kinds of comforts and protection often occur In our life so Stanley young to get married, because you ,
underwent a transformation perhaps don't know anything about\ : ma rl-
4
It will be too late to do anything
he caught something of the mony.In .
then, because it will be all over
spirit which possessed his friend, the second place you shouldlet .;
with him, Don't make our boys f I
the doctor Livingston said that the boy decide whether or not ,'
eat mules, rats, and horses like they ?
have been forced to In other wal'l.Don't Ignorance! and fear kept men out of he likes you In your letter you R; : (?t,

grumble because you have to Africa. He even stated that Amer- seem very anxious ta get him, If I ... ,
found by Columbus, was a he Is so cute, he'd better hide be-
sol- ica, as I f
when the
walk a few blocks, I _
diers march 20 and mo:e miles ti ', "Dark Country" with Its unexplored fore all of the girls get him. 1" a .;$..
regions, wild game and hordes of And last but not least, you had I
day. You would hate for our boysto VITAL TO FLORIDA AND THE
uncivilized Indians This Is very better think about History a little, NATION
get stranded without any cu.
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