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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: February 12, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 28-Number 34 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, February 12, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Judge Conely I Is s I FARM: BUREAU FOR DEDUCTIONS DIRECTORSASK INFARMERS' Rep. Bill Hendry ON IMPORTANT: : : LEGISLATII'ECOMMITTEE: MARTIN COMMISSIONERSSHOW ADVERTISING THE: VALUE OF LANDS NEWS ABOUT OUR


: INCOME: TAXES MEN IN SERVICE
Named Chairman Leaves TuesdayFor Stuart Fla., Feb. 10, Martin

county commissioners have reported '
Orlando, Feb. 10.FNS-Florlda I -
Farm Bureau directors this week, Atlanta Ga. nearly $4 000 in delinquent taxes I Mrs. Paul Wongrey has receiveda
Washington Day I collected as a result of advertisements letter
I from her husband in whichhe
j in a resolution directed to the National of 30 selected properties as states that he has arrived safely

Farm Bureau urged a studyof Representative W J. Hendry will\ recommended by Comptroller J, M.I I overseas somewhere but did not

Tallahassee Feb. 10 Special the possibilities of getting farm- leave Tuesday of next week for Lee last November. give the exact location where he
J. R Pomeroy. clerk, said the desired I
successful
-Plans
for a highly ers allowed deductions on Incometax Tallahassee where he11\ Join was.
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George Washington Day celebration Brackln of Crest psychological effect had been 1 .
Newman
to raise funds for the National for payments made on old land Rep.view. Rep. W E. Hancock of Madison obtained as seen in an overall survey j Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Hamrick are

Democratic Party are rapIdly mortgage Indebtedness and that and Rep. J. B. Hodges Jr of tax collections for the same in receipt of a letter from their

taking shape throughout the the same procedure be followed of Lake City to make a trip to periods of last year and this year i son Harvey in which he says that

tate with the appointment of dls- with reference to withholding tax Atlanta. Ga. where they go to which show more than twice the he is now stationed with the U. S

rlct and county leader by J, Edwin credit on advance payments under meet with a committee of the amount of tax collections for No- army in England He says he Is

Larson, chairman of the State Georgia legislature In conferences vember December and January getting along fine and likes- that
Federal Land Bank loans
when the ads were run.
Executive Committee designed to work out uniform laws country fine.
Despite wartime conditions and It points out that the farmer with regard to fishing, and Interstate Comparative figures showed an .

restrictions on gasoline and trans- with few exceptions is the only shipment of farm and grove average of $1,000 a month for last j Word has been received here that

portation which will prevent many branch of war industry not generally products.The tear and $2.000 a month for this Lynwood Williams, son of Maurice

communities from holding dinners being encouraged to Increase committee was appointed bv year The cost of the advertising' ,' Williams of Cornwell is now stationed -

dances or other forms of amuse- the speaker of the last House of was $12040.: at Scott Field, Ill. He went
ments. Chairman Larson. who Is production through the medium of Representatives and Rep. Hendrvwas r The comptroller has cited this' from Okeechobee to Camp Bland-

state treasurer said he is confidentthe higher prices and virtually guar- named chairman of that com- county as exemplary of what can frig and from there to Mississippi
REP.V. J. IIENDRI'NOTICE
loyal members of the Democratic anteed profits and that relief! for mittee. be accomplished and is distributing where he remained about two months

Party of Florida will send j I the farmer in any direction wit Speaker Simpson and Rep. Archie copies of the commissioners printed ads to of collectors other before going. .to .Camp Scott
the state "over the top" In raisin Clements of Tarpon Springs. thr and
be most helpful.Women .
Its quota of 827.00000.Besides I V speaker pro tem. also will attend counties in the state. Sergeant Purmel Hargraves has
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Governor Holland and with Georgia legislators V recently ,been promoted to the rank
the conferences Their will be a school ot Instructions -
Larson other members of the executive I Are Needed I as regards finances during lor observers in the Air Selective Service of staff sergeant at the Greenwood

committee are E. A Fair- the war Both Florida and Georgia Warning Service on Monday and Air Base at Greenwood, Miss He

cloth of Tallahassee. treasurer. I j will profit by some reasonable Tuesday nights Feb 15 and 16. All has also been placed on the qualified

Rex Farrior of Tampa first district i By Navy to ReplaceThe understanding of the problems that cbscrvers are requested to attend Says DelinquentsStill list for the officers training

; Rex Sweat of Jacksonville I I confront both states from the en one of these nights. It will belIed school.

second district: A Clifton Johnsonof Men standpoint of food and other supplies : at the high school: auditoriumand ChanceThe .
Pensacola third dlstrirt: A A Fighting that are now on a controversial the teachers will be U. S Army Have Word reaches here that Clark

Barney) Poston of West Palm basis and it Is expected that officers As this is strictly business Hancock Is now located at the

Beach fourth district: and John 0 some real benefits will come to the in connection with the defense ol army training came at Harlingen,

Baker of Orlando fifth district Something new has been addedto people of both states from these our country you are allowed to use State Director of Selective Texas.
Honorary members of the committee the varied duties of the Navy confrences. your automobile to attend this Service General Vivian Collins I .

are members of Florida' delegation i Recruiting Service according to an --- --v1,500 ---- I 11.eetlng. states that his headquarters Is very Smiley Waldron left. last Sunday
I%i Washington and the state I announcement from Lieut. M. C. IIXNDS NEEDED ISn.R"ESTISG Chief Observer. pleaded' with the (results of th' night for his return to Camp

and national Democratic commit- : Erodes, Jr.. Officer In Charge of OF SUGAR i .. newspaper and radio programs Blanding after spending several
teemen and committeewomen I the South Florida area which CROP IN FLORID\ NOW ,, ----Y. which started January 4, 1943, for days here with his parents Mr. and

T. W. Conely. Jr. of Okeechoheehas I stated that all women between the i I More Facts About the purpose of assisting the local Mrs. N. H. Waldron.
been appointed chairman f I I ages of 20 and 36 can now applyat Clewiston Feb. 9. -Labor boards in locating delinquent registrants .

Okeechobee and will name his own the Navy Recruiting Stations in has become the acute problem In I i Sergeant Lawrence Arrington arrived

executive committee and subcom- Miami. West Palm Beach. Fort connection with the harvesting of i' Your Income Through the medum of the press in Okeechobee last Saturday
TaxI
mittee workers Lauderdale Fort Myers and Key Florida's 100000-ton sugar crop according radio stations, and also through th' from Camp Leonard Wood and is
Many cities and towns throughout West to enlist in the WAVES. to Jay W. Moran general' cooperatlln of registrants' Men spending a fourteen day furlough

the state are planning special Thousands of applicants are manager of the United States Sugar i' And How It Works and relatives, local boards have here

dinners in which contributors t- needed Lt Rhodes said to relieve Corporation teen able to locate a large numbe"of t

the National Democratic Party T, < regular Navy men from shore stations While the company Is utilizing lost and delinquent registrants."My Mr. and Mrs. Leo Greenberger

, be divided to attend as special so that they may take on every possible mechanical help in Every single person mubt file a attention continued General received a letter this week from

guests but state headquarters hereIn more urgent duties in the fleet, this work 1500 additional handy federal] Income tax return whose Collins*"has been brought f their son Teddy stationed with the

a sending out instructions to county With the exception of a few simple are needed if the. quotas are to br gross income for the year (rom all; several oI,.our 103, local boards.1 I' calvary at Fort Riley, Kansas in-
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chairmen are leaving details- qualifications, no special skill or met. sources was $500 or more; that is i' where the list of delinquents has' which he says that he has just returned -

:any such program strictly up to the experience is required of the Absenteeism on the part of many as much as $9::62 per week. Wtdrws been published In the newspapersor from a three day hike and

various county chairmen and their I pllcant. She must be between 20 now employed is further aggravating widowers, divorcees, and married announced over the radio, an- camping trip. He asks his parents

committees because of the war- : and 36 years of age, be a citizen the situation. persons separated by mutual these particular boards have "v and friends not to write him at h1'

time restrictions. I of the United States be of good Secretary Wlckard has given consent are classed as single pe' their list of delinquents down to old address any more because he

V -- I repute in her community and haveno warning that 3,500,000 persons will Sons better than 50 pe cent and in some is being transferred and he does
children under 18 years of age be needed on the nation's farms Every married person living with cases a still larger percentage. This not know where he will be sent.

Citrus Growers To The WAVES wear the same Navy next summer if agriculture is not !husband or wife throughout the proves to our headquarters that a .

blue win the same ratings and to face a breakdown. year, must file a return if his or large number of these lost or delinquent Lieut. Otis L. Pippen who was

earn the same pay as the blur "What is not realized." Mar her gross Income. together with any registrants are caused by recently promoted to the rank of

Ask Pay IncreaseFor jackets on the fighting fronts said, "is that Florida agriculture i income of the spouse was as much negligence of the Individual in not second lieutenant in the Quarter-

the world. At Navy bases throughout facing an acute crisis now. and as &1200 for the year: that is, as advising his board of change of ad- master Corps, has been transferred

Their WorkersOrlando the continental United State' a at Ion ''next summer will be tot much as $2308 per week. If hus- dress. to a training camp at San Francisco

WAVES are needed to do all tvr late to help the situation here." band and wife both have income, This headquarters has instructedthe Calif.
must both make .a return. will\ start .
of office work to be trained fo' they local boards that they
radio communications and store- range and soil conservation and Such return may be made separately C"mplllng their lists of lost and delinquent Owen B Smith of the United

Feb 9. -An urgent keeping and some are needed for soil surveying. Salaries are $2 000 or. if they are both citi- registrants and upon the States Coast Guard at Fort Lauderdale

plea for quick action on a Important posts in mechanics and a year (plus additional compensation zens or residents, they may makea completion of this list, Oeneral spent Sunday night and

citrus industry request for permis- aviation ground work as operatorof for overtime. joint return. A Joint return may Collins states, it will be turned Monday In Okeechobee renewing

sion to grant "justifiable' wage increases the Link Trainer teaching Historical Specialists. To select be made by husband and wife even ever to the United States District fishing permits for the commercial
asked the War Labor and preserve records significant not has Income and a to bring
was of fledgling Navy pilots the principlesof though one no with instructions fishermen.

Relations Board last week by flying. merely for future reference but also joint returfri is advisable In the Attorney each and every one of the delin ,I .

Murl Pace, general manager of the Women who can meet the phys for the immediate conduct of case of persons, one of whom has quents to Justice. Therefore, It is Jan. 24 1943.

United Growers & Shippers Association cal and educational requlremen' the war. specialists are sought who no Income, who marry during the advisable for any registrant who Okeechobee News,

for enlistment in the WAVES have had suitable college trainingand year, since the personal exemption has failed to adhere to the Selective I Okeechobee, Fla.

"ugly rumors" as to the reason for find that Navy training will have done appropriate work in i! attributable to each spouse during Service Law to contact his local Dear Mr, Bowden:

The citrus industry Is faced with them in a few short months for history or In one of the social scl- the period of pre-marital status is board at once even though I I am 8,000 miles from home and

the relay in granting permission for the post where they will\ be the ences. Salaries are from $2600 t-\\ allowable In a Joint return. February 1st (the dead line) has would like to send all my friends

the wage Increases. Pace pointed greatest service to their country $6,500 a year (plus additional com- A joint return must be signed by been reached. This period that will' good wishes and to say hello to all

out and has only two alternativesin and to themselves. Lt Rhodes said, pensation for overtime). both husband and wife and verifiedby elapse between February 1st and I the old pals of mine at the home

its present predicament.Pace but the job will not be an easy Appointees for the foregoing po- a written declaration that it Is the time that the local board tums front. Things over here are plenty
stated that upon receivinr one. It's not a part time glamour sitions will be selected on the basisof made under the penalties of per- the list over to the Unled Sates At- tough but when the Okeechobee

assurances that such, permission job-It's not meant to be. It's full previous training and experience torney may be labeled "The Last Catfish can't take It then It Is bad.

would be granted, packers in the time and all hard work. It's a job Mr. Myers emphasized. No written jury.Where separate returns are filed Round Up." i I received an Okeechobee News

state went ahead and granted wage designed for the sort of women tests are required and no max- by husband and wife on Form 1040. V and was glad to see a newspaperonce

increases on Oct. 3 when the request who love America and horror! the imum age limit be'Is specified. In Applications theCommission's the joint personal exemption allow- I' Albert Berka, who is employ I again. All the boys that are
will
was made. To date offlcla men who are fighting to keep it accepted able (21200 where the married status -' ot the Riddle-McKay air school I with me were excited when we got
recognition of the request and per- free. Washington office un- has existed throughout the! Saturday and Sunday the paper.
mlsslin for the Increase has not V til further notice. year) may be taken by either, or Clewiston, spent. I Out of 22 years this is the first

teen granted and the Industry is CIVIL SERVICE SEEKSAPPLICANTS Printer's Assistants (women). A divided between them In any pro- I here with -a-his family I Xmas I spent away from the homeof

in a position of technically violatIng IN FOUR written test will be given Mr. MY- portion agreed upon. If separate Judge T. W Candy 1' I Mr and Mrs. C. A. Leltner. But
the despite the unofficial ers announced to fill positions in not re- County with me had a good
law FIELDS WAR SERVICE returns are filed one may j I for Tallahassee an of the boys
and Wednesday night
statement by a responsible source the Bureau of Engraving port Income which belongs to the'I 1 several time. We stood guard on that day
where he is spending days ,
in the board's office to W J. Stee Printing of the Treasury Department other but must report only the a.s if Xmas wasn't near, for we have
Four civilian service I I
rew war I to business.
attending
D. C. No previous
Washington ]'I
Commission him (or stand.
Florida Citrus representative Income which belongs to a duty to
jobs were announced Monday by I .0I -
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in that such experience is required for jobs I is short so I will stop.I .
Washington
the United States Civil Service $1,790 a her), I Mrs. Fred Proctor arrived In Ok- I I I Well, time
an Increase would be granted Re- that pay on an average No person Is exempt from filinga 1 I Hope to be home next year
Commission Mr O. E. Myers, for eechobee thl.s'week and is spending
end offer opportunities
As a result said Pace, the Industry year return if his gross income Is the 1 I Pvt. Pete Leltner.
gional Director for the Fifth U S. Women In sound a short while here visiting
either continue In the un- advancement. than the a- 148th Infantry, APO 31,
can equal to or greater Co. L,
All Proctor
was
Civil Service Region reported. Raulerson family. Mrs.
savory practice of being In violation physical health are sought. Applications mount specified above for his clas- I Postmaster San Francisco Cal
contrbute directly or indirectly to be filed with theCommission's formerly Miss Myrtle Raulerson.
I must .
of the law or reduce wages to last sification. Neither the Presidentof .vI
effort.Applicants I
the war .0-
office by
levels which wouldbe Washington States, nor the Vice I H. DEYARMAN WAS
season's a move ((1) Crop the United Culbreth and Miss MRS. II.
are sought as Mrs. Gilbert I
.
unfair to employees anc March 23 1943.Complete Federal Judges nor CARRIED TO HOSPITAL
grossly Production Specialists (2) Junior Information about these President, nor Deretha Walker returned to their
inconsistent with Industry and pub- Members of Congress are exempt. I AT SEEKING LAST FRIDAY
(3) Historical after spendhv
Soil Conservationists, positions may be obtained from Mr homes here Monday ,
lic welfare. Specialists, (4) Printer's Assistants Director, from filing rturns. several days with friends in Tampa I -
"We have reached a point where O. E. Myers Regional Moreover, all Income from what. I Mrs. H. H. DeYarman, who has
some action must be taken at (women). To Fifth U. S. Civil Service Region. ever sourse, unless specifically excluded -0- been 111 at her home here for
Production Specialists.
Pace telegraphed. Crop New Poet Office Building, Atlanta. statute must be reportedin I time, was carried to the
once increase the nation's supply of nat- from first or second by Mrs. John Duncanson and daughter i some
V ural rubber and vegetable oil, specialists Georgia, or offices, or from the U. the return. The types of Income I Mrs. W D. Shine of Pound i Weems Hospital at Sebring on Friday -
class post are listed In the last week where she is undergoing
FATHER CALLAHAN in tropical pants are sought S. Civil Service Commission in specifically exempt Ridge, N. Y., returned to Okeechobee -i of learn that
accompanying the return treatment. We
CATHOLIC in Central Instructions afte spending severa'days ,
CONTINUES for service principally Washington, D. C. Tuesday serious and
PASTOR HERE where will form. West Palm Beach her condition is very
and South America they are not desired from in |
Applcatlons whose Income is kept under an
and A person gross -- that she being
research stations I ;
administer
war workers unless they ,may use does not exceed $3000, and consists Returns If the gross Income of each I oxygen tent at'present.
will be at the Cath
There mass plantatons in remote and primitiveareas. skills In these positions. For
higher of salary, wages dividends. from the prescribed sources and i 1-0-
wholly
DUe chapel near the court house Salaries are from 92.600 to Commission restric- I
each Sunday at 10 a m. Instructions additional compensationfor War Manpower Interest, or annuities, may make e 11& not exceed $3000, or they may I As we go to press we learn that
$8,000 plus appointments, see
Federal at
tions on last night
1040A that died
Form return on
the Simplified Return on file a single Joint Mrs. DeYarman
and sermon on service -
gospel and for foreign
overtime second class
Bible with benediction after mass. Form 3989 In first or In which the tax due may be read form if their combined Income is 8:15.: Up to this time there has
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Choir service during mass. All are Junior Soil Conservationists. For post offices.FOR V ily ascertained by reference to stable [I from the prescribed sources and I been no funeral arrangements and
contained In the form.A exceed $3000. A taxpayermay will the complete story
Tudor does not we give
welcome, Catholics and non-Ca: protection of plant and soil resources SALE-1939 Ford V-8 '
elks In the United States applicantswith Sedan. Ip good condition, equipped husband and wife living together I not, however file a Stapllfl next week.
V appropriate college study are with five tires and radio.. J. on July 1 of the taxable Return if the other spouse flies i V

Best printing at The News sought to do work In forestry H. WALKER, Jr. year may file separate Simplified return on Form 1040. It pays to ev-rtise...




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TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1943

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at Okdpchnhi'. Florida, within rightFHli'lidar f.ESSON-SERMON OF I NOTIPF OP' APPLICATION Mayor A. E. Klrchman and John

(Dhcecluihce) Nl\fUSI Unit. publication monlhl. of from this thp notice time of Enrli the CHURCHES OF CHRIST I FOR laws TAX of 1033 DEED I Harris of Belle Olade, were visitors LMRehevl ..5

1 claim or demand shall be In writing, SCIENTIST, who spent some time in Okeecho-
:NotIri' IK hi>n>liirlvi'n' ilnil l Cur-Mi JII'
the I I mil shall mate the place of reililvm-i i SUND\\'I B. \S'right, liulili-r\ of Tux IVrtltlcuIci bee Tuesday attending to business
Published Every Friday by and office nddrcaa of the cliiltn I i
poet
1 I--e No. S,1-t and 3"iJl, 'Imiiieil the linil dm '
Oray S Foster and E. W. Taylor
Okwchobee News Co., at ant and shop be aworn to hv the "SOUL" subject of of ) lIill.l, A. I>, KM : Tux OrtlflritHii
OkeechO-I rlalnmnt, agent or attorney, nod any the lesson-sermon which will Xn IMIM, I' IMl'l, Hum.' Hull Mitt 1010.Inwierl I.of Massachusetts are spending this :
bej
bee Okeechobee County, I imh claim or ripmnnd not ao fled '
nth nf
the tiny Ki-pli-nirr. A. Jt.
hull he void. read In churches of Christ, Scientist ) 1027 ; Tax IVrtlllcnlp Nn lOa'l.I l 1.0",1. week In Okeechobee as the guests (

BRYANT BOWDEN Editor KANSAS BHEWRR, I throughout the world on Sunday : the 2ril day of hum A. 11 1ul\I! \ : and i of J, H. Dempsey of the I. D. Cat ,TAalET3,sALVi.N03[ saONI'
I h i':>i'i'utor of the l.nat Will and
== : 14. Tan OrMHi'iilP NII 7WIMIIIM: ) the tle Co. I
I February j
Teatotnent of 7th day of August A. D, UMS\ : Inn |
Entered as second class matter | ..n. L. .Brewer. dncpiui'd. The Oolden Text Is : "Jesus flied mine In inj ciiMi.'' him nun, It' IIP- -
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Julv 1. 1914 at the Post Office !In j Christ the same yesterday, and Ill lrntinn fora Tux I IIPPI In ho Isauwl', ;
NOTICK or thereon Until I'prtllii'RtPi i-mlirnci they ICh'nrl"UOUnrIKIlIt'llJI! ) ;) ) ; ) ) SR jfrl"1fJJJfI'.1f'JfJf.jfJ( ( 1J 1I.IiKll1.1m) f !!
Okl'l'chobee, Florida under the .\ri'IKVTI Hilt TAX lit FI |I day and for ever" (Hob 13:8): to-I following described property In the ,, l
l.nwi nf IKS/I County of Okeocboben, State of DorMa. -
Act of March _81879.svB3CRrP'rroN. Notlrp la hprphv given that Ilnlntcaand lo-wlf I NOTICE!
---- -- -- -- Itatilprann. boldora of Tax Certlflpntca
Lob 2 to fl Inr nik, 4 WrlglifiKlml
RAnI: I .Nn, f, u. II to 21 Inplualre 2.1, I Addition. ,
I Income Tax Returns and
One year In advance ... $2.00 J 21.of AiiKUKt.41 42 nnd A. I+)I, 1IVIO.Laved hna the flied Hlh anmo tiny THIS WEEK Lots 2 Addition.In H 'Inr Illk F. WrlghTiSecond u Reports

Six months In advance ... .. .. .. 100 In mv office : baa tnadp npidlcnllon for lot 12. Wrluht'i Third '\,Iollll..n.Th i|
Three months In advance .. .. 75 a Ten Poed to it,' leaned tboreon RnldTortlficatpa I ,> imNPHiiin.'nti' nf mild' property,
tutu brat',' the followlnir dp Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee miiliT mild, Vrtltlrnli' 1..110.1'r.. til ,
Hlipil, i.i."TU| In the County of ,IhimlTii..'a cif (Oirtl K Wlillit : Him W. V. WILSON Jr.
Advertising bill are payable on I,6 I or Imlii'i.. !< lnlc' of Florida, to wit I nn fliLlpn f). It. WrightII, \V.HiilHiM ,
Int IB, 2C and 2H! Ri'r. 3, ,
the first of each month. Parties Twp MrF I rpmm and Itimth I
,S4, Rgv .13': tot VI! See. 11. Twp,
unknown to publishers! required to I I 1 M I r'lulwrlPI. Consultant
U KITP : All Block 1 to fl I 1'nlim multi (I'cl Mill. nl.. xlinll IIP r<- Tax
nay In advance. I| 'lnclu lii. 'u. II to 21 I Inclnalvp. I ili'i'iiipil' noonrdlnir to law, property d... ,
'fl( anti, 27 and 211 to II? Inclmdve I .
srrlbpil therein shall he sold to tb*
Reading notices in local columns, j Ml Hlock 7 tens ,lot 7, Friday & Saturday lilghPKt I'l'Id.T nt the Courthouse door I inn u NOTARY PUBLIC : FEES REASONABLE 5
l Ml Block ft Ionlot II All niortllit the first Mnndny In the month of ,
10 cents a line. Rates for display iadvertising Icua. Iota 2. 1, fl 7 unit e. \ll I Mirch, 1943.!' which l II the tat day 111' FORMER: GOVERNMENT: AUDITOR : : REFERENCES
itlot'k 21 loaa loin 11 and 1a. AM' March, 1W3. '
furnished on applies1tlon Block 2* ,Ipaa iota 7 end S. Town I
JEANETTE MACDONALD ImtPil this JNth dnr "f .tul1l111rtill') :
Classified advertising, 2 cents altc of Dcpan, a aiiliillrlnlon. of ROY II IAI'J.EI\OS, Will be in OkeechobeeTo
men word Insertion. All items !' H of NW" nnd Nil of RWi; Clerk ClrrnU Court of
per !fire' n Tp, st, HBB ai': r.ot in.Sw In OkiKvholipp. County, Florid.. 'It
regarding enterprises conducted for !' Ifl. Twp. 34. HBC. as : Lot IrtSw (Circuit 1'iiurt !Sent fc Assist in of
profit chargeable at rdvertlslng !' 27 Twp ,.14, ago, 19 : Lot 2*. "SMILIN' THROUGH" Taxpayers preparation
are <1.... 29. Twp S4. Hire. 33 : Tint a. _.__ __ __ t : Tax ReturnsCOUN1Y
ntes. !Snr' 5 2. T" p, 34, HBO 11-: Lot ?fSi >.
] Bass district maintenance ,
>c. 13 Twp. 33 Uge, 84 Lot 24, Tolley ,
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. "Z !'Inp' i 1V Twp 3H. HBP 34 ; and GENE AUTREYIn supervisor for the State Road Department | l COMMISSIONERS; : ROOM. EAST SIDE OF
E'i of Lot 20 !Sec 22. Twp 3.1, I
II Be 34. spent Tuesday In Okee-( COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Advertisements
Legal I, Thp n,.i'inonta of unld, propertvtinilpr chobee.

.IITln: ,' ffald. fprtlflcntca 'laancd were 1n "BELLS OFCAPESTRANO" -o.- I : Next and
oiten" 'holm' eru itt Florliln ,'Ihe Monica of : W. !S. Ollpln, r, F. Tuesday Wednesday
I r. lirnim 1 1. 1tl'. Piilniiin H II Krlcknon, 1'nknnnn, Mrs. W. D. Shine left Tuesdayfor
SOT I rr.: I IN JIMKBV: OJVEV, Thntiiiirsiinnt r. P
Sons Armcttn l.nkrnhlll, n. M
' I" !Srrlinu nf Chm'tur 1TOM:! I Tooppr. F.llnI.. Waenpr Mnrirnnt F her home In Pound Ridge, N : FEBRUARY 16th & 17th
J. iwn ..if rii'rliln ,Iof 1037 known Oniv and S 15.': !Schoflnirpr.Tnlpaii Also : News CartoonSunday Y., after spending two weeks here'' I:
n the Ml III'IIVrr.. the following HiM. rrrflib'nt'o shall bp re
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hendry ,
ill I m-rllii'il' Inn., ) in okeeihnhee (''''lnt,. di'pmpd' t nri'iirdltiir\ to buts prul"rl.Ip I I

"I'lorlilnlll I I", nVroil fur nnlo .tl.nlilli .rll.i-.l therein ulinll, l h. sold to thelioat and Mrs. John' Duncanson. |! oIOf'JJ<.):,..,):ds'.1f:1f,1171g.I1: : .N If.) ..13,1t) 11'4Cltttti.$3idtfiRit 3ltt'g N1i'x1 Jflt.l01lltllmmi! !t I
mil.n for l Ilu. hlirlient nnil heat.h III ) lildilor lit the r.inrtlioiiap door a s a
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hid' -nM..t t'fie right of the on thp hi ret MondaIn the month of -
niKtivn I i>r fir Internal ImiiroVPinpntrunil March. ion whlrh la the l.t ..Inor 1
In '1'), rt nniiii.l. nil Will lit Mnrch. 1011 & Monday
the Court 11 o"imp, nt 10 A. M on the feted thl. 2"th tiny of ..Tuninirv, -
III Iii tiny! "f Mnrdi., inn IIiiMeniPtil: I VH1. ,
for mini ,light .if wnj' :fat reef wM"vtll I ROY R. RAUM5R8OV, THE OLD JUDGE Stt S.
\ he ri'wn.'il. \ frutn any (parrel Clerk of Circuit Court
PRICILLA LANE OEO. BRENT
through Mllli'lt, then1 U nil eKliflnffMute oki't'i-liolipp (',,""1". Florida.Ornilt .
Rnnil ( Court ! Lob (I mill 7. Hlk I }lii..'. Sill.iiivinion ..
\ "' MI: of NI:' -.-..- -. ---- .. ---.. .- (. I
See n, Twp :11 ri. 1111 :I ti K:. XIITIC F.I QUEEN"also 1 f I I II
Lade 2 to N hll'.. Mini ID 'In 1:1: .
Im ilk, 1. inn) l.iiti 1 tu .'* Inn Okppcliobpp. County, FloridA I
Illk 2. Klledar iikiwholme I'urk t'phr"nr 11. 1W.1
,i siilxMrlHlun of \\\'i/i '.r !si':<4 :NOTiri..: |IS IIKltKHY: rUns Tbnt I :\RCII OF TIME: j
of *I':>A W. n. '1'" ,,. ".7 It?,. ailorn ,iiiirmiiint, in Scilliin. 1lOr Chnptur l':!!'id .
1' and 19. Blk J'. Wright 1.1 va nf FlorlllIc.t.. 1)17! known nl I NeDisney "! i
K. HUM KiiliillrlKlon' ..f1'Ifs of tin II If'HI'IIArT.. HIP following d".
'F.'. oof 'E'., !Ner.. U. Twp :i7S. arrllu'd land In oki>ni'holipci fuuiitv Cartoons
!I. 111/\:; E. Flnrldn. nlll IIP ofTprPd for ruin lIt
TIII'MnI 'l'' TI1R INTT.ltNAI. ,IHilillc nntcrf r the hlitlicat. and I
a s
IMI'linVEMI'.XT: HI'Mi iW THE l 1i".1 l rash Mil. aiibjpct to DIP right of 1
!Hr.vrn i >'F Kr.OIUDA. tin* 'l'r11.I1' of tin Interiml Iinirnpmi P .
nr.oi: It. iAruKMABout( 'nt ,rniid, to re JIM.I anv and all hl,!Unt (
TriiMi'pn 1. I Kniiil. Okwhnhpprminty. iii,- Ci.urt HOIIHP, it' 1rt \. M on the !! Wednesday February 17
Florida.\ 1CIii tiny of Mnrih 1'MI! KnipniPiitfnr ,
rand .rlffht of way 200 feet wide will I .--.--
I ho rcai'ired front, :ininrci'l| throiiirh -
XII 1C t. OF A I'I'II CATION ( OK wlili'h there Ii an Pxlntlnv: !State Hund -

TAB DEED I I.ola 7 and *. Blk :a, Si.nlh.ui LUPE VELEZ
1 Ann of 1011NulliK rtni'a Addition .. 4'z'
\II lieri'M, glviMi thnt .\lmillirom. I In
TlirMTEI'M nF TUB INTKHXM
liulili-r of Tax I ViliDi'iitiNo -
VN n. UriPil the Stli il.H oft Sop- I IMl'KoXKMrNT' : 'I'XII or TilE "MEXICAN SPITFIREAT ,
t l.'lnli.T. A, I II.> I'l-'T! him filed mum In "' i ITN IIF oiiiPA: .
By Roy K lianU: ,."". Agent
my otlli-e.: lull, made ipllviillun| [or' I' SEA"
.n Tal l Ih.rd, tu. lie iH'tti'il III.r,'''". SuhlrirtlHenlP I 'I 1 .dual,c'. I I. I fund Ok""cb..hp.
..ruhr..'.'. the following oirllieil '"- I'uaut \ l-'lurldn
Cartoon
' I |property In the County. of''
<>ki',<'liolii>e. >hili ..f Khirlila. to.wIt -

ll\t lot A linn bend vnncMl by Circuit Judge A. O. Kanner of
\I... KllLii: Uiiuli'riiun and J. A. I I
Imughtn XIHil. 'I'" ". .'17, Ilifiin. -. I Stuart, and State Attorney Angus Inquire at Gilbert's how I
I'lintnliilnv' :.13 ....r.'.. I '
I Sumner of Fort Pierce spent Tuesday to get a ticket for
"I'll. IIHKI IIIUIlt "I'o'Llci! |"l1upl'llunJ.T > I
milil l'f.rtlll"lIt.. v i- 'In tin n.iui."I i I In Okeechobee coming over to Wednesday Night
Ainlln, & Uli'iou. hold circuit court.
!
I nli'M sill, Certlllcnti'i Hhnll bidicuieil ...
arcorilliiK' to luw. property (Itirrllie.1 I -- -- .
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therein fhnll hI mill In the high- ,
'it bidder lit the C.inrthciine door on I i ... ... ..
I lie Ont MOII.I.IIh.. month of -
Miin-h tilt I, nhlili. ,In III. l.t ..lil"t II -4i4
I
M.iri'h.. 1943. I NOTICE /
l>Ull'll tlllK JMIl lll.\ I.f Jllllll.in UN"! :
itnv I It;, i i\I'1: KI':? INrierk
Clrenlt Court of I I
okeeili..lii, County Florida To Landowners in Everglades Drainage District :
i li. nil, Coiirl S.nliOIIDI I

ic Ills rt HI. ic' \ riollll.l > I the The Everglades Act which became law June 3, 1941, contains "Sure been a great year for crops, Judge.., mm'. ; .,'"c nt than ever

rule I\IIIU( h.: following provision: bc we've had in quite a spell." ik '* : ...ii > ie example of what I mean."That'strue !
!Sue railllii llimkln. I"OUlII.I'"IIt., I' SECTION 15 i 111 This section shall remain In full force and
VI. Henry...allover the country. The bcve.age distilling industry alone will
Condor Owen Sleek Iii, liifi'iiilnniU efTec 101 two <12u years from the date this Act shall become a As a matter of fact, there's been quite a use 100,000,000 bushels of this surus to
' > Oonilur U\\',," l1I.klll..I'I'.I: nw HId .it, the expiration of such 'i2> years period then the fee
N.iitil lli.Hltiil. | I'Lirtxiiiiinih, Vn I Mmpli' ;itlr to all lands against which there remains outstanding surplus supply of grain according to soma make alcohol seriously needed by the EOV-

H ;npppiirliiH,thou:: III I chi-l.v u.irti IUIIMIlllll lilll, ..if till'ri.mI'lllllll d.litenilnnl. I .ur. MI 'li tax sale certificates or tax liens shall become absolutely figures I raw in one of your farm papers the ernmcnt for gunpowder synthetic rubber,

C'uiiilur IIW"II lliiHkln In .1, I \ '>led in the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage other day. But that surplus is being used to chemicals and medical supplies

,..' .10\111! \! nf the 1 Mllle, ut l.irlllll I bill rot, District and every right. title or Interest of every nature or kindhatsoei mighty good advantage and is making the "So, keep it growin' Iienry.., you're doing
from Mute
I I.in been nlnvnt said
in.ire I linn sixty ln>". prier. lu tiling II of the former owner of said property, or any one contribution of you farmers to the war effort great job."

Hill, ? ..if C.iiiii'laliit In 1i,1. IIIIIHI- nnil ilaimlns;: b\ through or under him or any one holding any lien
'h,., bin lust known u.lilresl .ui Nor- I the'eon >hall cease terminate and be at an end. and the Board

folkaral nut: that utilil ll.i'|ili'leiiiliint.liiil., !I I'lirtumnntli: UH' 'not, ,V.i,In I 1 of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be authorized Confnnrl if AUekolit Bmrcil Iiuluitrio, /M.Elusiricity .

the urn9'd forces tit tinI I oIu',1 "lIllI'"I p I and empowered to sell the said lands as provided by law. ., _.
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't I Aiui'rli'U llmN'furi. unli'riij
tint tile: niil.J; : tlI\i.U! Uwi-n linnklu; hiiiiid I I 1 his notice I N published for your protection

bt In hereby. orilifreil' tu tippem' i\
' Ill" Hill nf. I'lilupllllllt cited\ Iiiold EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
(aline on or before tlir lot tiny of I I I
M.u.li .\ I. I'.M.'I.: ..lliriuU.' HIH .ulli" ed Rt
.; .11,,". In HiilU uinii'' v ill tin tukeuin r ,
I 1'H"
lolifemeil I liy mill ili'lellllillll
I II U furl lief. nlilereil lliul thin ",',11'I I I ai
I... piililUliiil uiiri UI"'k li>r font ,
, .iiiwi'illlvi'' wwk In the iikci'Lli'.lM'
N.'1\0. n 11I'\\"I'ul..r| | iiublliliotl In okci.1
' hub,.e, riurlilu' 1
IKn.-il Hill -'nib day nf .l.inilnrj. .\ 4z ,

I'511.: I YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING
lll\! U. ItAUl.EKMlS. I 1 ,
I'lerk I Clrenlt Court
II)' Suihrouln| I'in i', H. c.
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IIKMKII I OK I'l IH.K1 IIIN,
lilt fur 1111 "....,
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C, I'. Mlluuim VMII .lufeniluill.! 7 I II Z'

I i I II! I'. Him..UN. 113(1 4'yde St I'll It. AP
I )
i.iirub. "I'u I i '
li' siiiiiirliiy| liv a lunrii hill nl mwi I 0a .
,,I.mil algid In title I.UIIK t lliul l In' iK I
:n II.Illlll', K I', Mlllli.lll. In II renlllenl
..1.I ii Mtnte "lh.r Ihuu the Stud. ..( Have them recapped by Humphries at I
I I'lnrlilii, tutu \\t ii nmlilviil! .if IKIII ri.Mli- 9 i 1sr

M.l I theft I'lttNlinrKh! ). nutji'tir, I'u"* In and! above not the lu mfuI theiruieil Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants f
:; ;
fiirni or the United Klines ul
tul'rrlr11, ; It I. tuvrofun. urtlen-il Ibut I III. i
-nine
i !... -nlil Him rvxlilput in.HIM. bv and ln> in hereby r"IIII.1| I
i.i npin'iir l I. the Kill! of Coiuplulntnli best of materials-and t 1I
I lu said muss on nr beur thu a reputation
nr, .l ilii, )' of Marvb A. It IIINJ. otherlm' I
the 1I11"lJillioll. lu sell, viol w will for dealing. You drive and I >f
I..' .uiki'ii IM euiifi'inti-d b.mild d,' square can over at
:. ml.nit.', I 4

t f". II IN fimlu-r onlereil, .I Hint this onli I wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have .
pnlilliilii'il IIIMIn week for lour i I
oiinecutlre weoki lu tU. Okm'lmhei'
\rw., 'u IIHI\HIIIIIM"1' pnliilNlleil I III Niilil, your local service station send them to us.
< .mil, l' illiil *lullinti'a "> :
tlilt 2bth! dny uf JilOUOI')'. A helps make his "tin hat" TOUGH !
l II 1UU. We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road
luv; K. itAfl.iithoN,

'Icy Sopbriiiilii I'lerk,) Clr.'iill I'l'iinli. Court. c. I'i Department and many large fleet owners. I There's no better military helmet turns the machines that turn product. And ttvtn-tiyktkt of
'I Iri'nil I '''Irl Ki'uli),
--- r- than the one that protect out "tin half," tommy-guns all this vast flood of power is
Our work
M> riCK TO ( KHUTOR i I is guaranteed to give satisfaction I the American soldier It's madeof tanks and other war material. supplied by the electric companies -
111(1.1: 1'rul.nl.it.. hrn'n. III till)
,IN '1"1| ): col It'r UK -I1IK: ('CH'MV1; : and manganese t 'el-the toughest Electric power MWI steel seam under experienced bull-
we can usually give 24-hour service.
..lllli.lIlKKKI: ; :Illlllhi 'o\'I'\! .
*
.'!.')IIJIJ1:1 1'lliiHATK.Ill I I strongest helmet steel t" on fast-building ships. nets management.PAGB .

re : .:.llIle of science and industry togo' One big, basic reckon for
It. I.. brewr, lii'i'HHMei,1
/l.i All rreilllllll mill l l'lT.lIK HilVllllCi can produce. And this manganese A me i-ra's n' tchle?s \ pro

i '\.. or lieunniilM' AtfUliiMl Multi steel, In turn, It mttdtin duction is America's abundant
Tire &
K.Hlnteou: Humphries Co.
: Retreading
\ and oAI'of\, )iin ,live hereby electric furnaces at SOOO d,. power supply. W. have five rCr -
tot INod iiiiil ri'iinlri'il, In irewnt. auf
( free Fahrenheit times the power we had in th* r
liilum ami deiiniiiili which you, or
illher of you, limy have iigiilnut' tbp0.111t. I Phone 139 FORT PIERCE, FLA. I Electric power help make last war-far mart than the
e fit U. L. llrener, itm-uium, lute COM DA1
nf unlit. C'ouiiiy, tu tliu ('utility JudgH steel itrong-and make Uncle Axis systems of political man-

.f likwiibohn c'mintT, Florida, ut his i Sam itrong, too. Electric power gtmcnt and state slavery can
unYe III tint ...lIrt b"".,, of.multi C'ulol>'
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FRIDAT, FEBnUARY 1Z. 1913 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE
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STAFF ,

Editor in Chief., ...Molly Bowden Advice ToThe

Assistant Editor....Sllvanus Harden Purple and Gold News a

Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall LovelornThe
Sports Reporter.Weldon Draughon

Class Reporter .. ... ... June Cheshire "FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"
Club Reporter ... Ette'.le Sanderfur following letter appeared In
Social the news box this week:
Reporters: P. ,
Harry tree .
berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1943
I ._ Dear Auntie:
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Reporters and Typ -
,' I I have a serious problem that I
fats: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha ,

Joe Mercer Underhill, Perllee Sylvia Hunt Snell Jack, Coke Mails, I I I Boy Scouts Dopey Doin's High School I Juniors Perform j I would First like there's for you an old to solve.girl friend.She's .

nice but I'm tired of her

Walker Boromel,Betty Jean Mae Lee Raulerson Thomas, Oveda.1 Progress I. Kt.KI.Y DOLITTLE Recital : Mr. Durrance's section of the I now.Then

da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor-I Folks, thanks for the cooperationin Junior cLiss had charge of the there's another girl-she's
rle Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marion handing In the news this week chapel program last veek The I I t different type from the old girl

Martin. I' Br Bill Hfndry, Star Scout Keep up the dope, and be a let- Again the music department presented oj'- devotion was read by Betty Mae I Well. I can't have two "bestIlrls"
a very successful evening I Ih'o so what shall I do?
The Okeechobee Scouts ting me have it on Friday.It Thomas The Glee Club rendered !
I __ ___._ __ __ organ- entertainment. The news staff feels' I My first girl likes me better than
ized looks like Sylvia has forsaken numbers, which were thoroughly
Troop I, or Troop 89 of the ,
I IIT'S that the community Joins us
sure the but
I like
I new one the new
TOUGHIt's Gulf Stream Council in the spring Frank for other girls' boyfriends enjoyed by all. Margaret Upth&
I I I when we say that Mrs. Bartlett de- one better than her.
of 1940 under the leadership of This time it's Glenn. grove sang a solo accompanied by )
sho 'nough;; going to be tough 1 I Mr. Ottls L. PI ppf'n, There were Maybe It was our mistake when I a serves"dozen not orchids"only one for "orchid"such a ,won-but ) MM Bartlett at the piano. Joe | Very truly yours
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on the girls, this war I mean. The about 40 boys who attended the we mentioned Alice Weekly's being derful program. Regardless of tap played a violin solo accompanied ) I. Needhelp
first thing their beautiful nylon first meeting In other words it seen with Arthur Davis. Again \\' restriction on the use of cars t t"" by his sister Sarah, at the piano. \ .
hose. waa taken away from them to was started off with a bang but apologize as we learn It is her lit attend musical school programs The Senior Quintette again favored Dear I. Needhelp:

make power explosives out of, and not all of the 40 boys, who attended tle sister, Marie instead. there was a good crowd who came us with several selections: I'' Although you like the new girl
then they had to begin to cut down\ this first meeting were really Soein's bellevln' and we saw Zel- out and enjoyed the recital they've got some talent, if they I very much, do you believe she

on food in the household, too, they I i Interested, and the first three patrols \ da walking with Maron last Friday Mr Williams in chapel last Friday Just try to develop it Billy Goodman would be true?
had to cut out eating so mar I I were actually made up of'' night She's not being very true > remarked that he thought this portraying a Feminine Cooperative I If she doesn't care for you now,

candy bars, and chewing so much i about 20 Interested boys. At that her Marine. community had more musical talent Concert Singer and Jack !I she probably never would.
gum, the worst they thought had | first meeting the following patrolsI Hudson's' worrying about when i: In it than any community he Wolff as her accompanist visited us Nevertheless if you can't decide

come when they had to learn t I organized: Eagle Patrol with he's going to get the money for had ever been in, and he didn't on their tour of Fort Drum. Opal ) use your head and then your heart
I
slice bread again, but no It wasn"i L. M Raulerson as leader, and the Alma Joyce's ring. know to whom the credit should and Okeechobee. She favored us Don't go into anything until you
now they are limiting the numberof Rattlesnake Patrol with Charles Bet Eva Louise U proud to have We can assure Mr. Williams with a solo of "Ah, Sweet Mysteryof can see your way clear

pairs of shoes they buy f I Ivey as leader, and Mr. Pippen as her "would-be husband" home a- go.and anybody else who would be Interested Life". It was quite comical, as Auntie Trlpple Chins

year. For some girls that's real \' Scout Master.. Boy Scouting progressed I, gain.Too in knowing, that we think she was never able to really get ------v---
going to be tough Now they can'i during the next two years '!. bad that Howard Lightsey most of the credit belongs to Mrs through the song and we're sure

have a pair of shoes to match everv: I and made a good showing in com and Ramona Van Brunt broke up Bartlett. She's at school most If there had been any tomatoes in "It Talu l1olh'
dress, or a new pair of shoes foi munity activities, and in obtaining Maybe it's because she's been making mornings at 8 and 8:30 giving mu- the audience this act would have s
I at Ellis\ Diaughon. of them It was a
every occasion. scout ranks too. they came home eyes and stays many afternoons collected some
There's one lucky thing about with many ribbons from all the I I Oas rationing doesn't bother sic lessons until dark. Her never tiring little on the extreme side to bo \' tC 1b3

It, the boys will soon learn to rECognize Gulf Stream Council meetings and I Betty Mae and Jack Elledge and and her Interest in her pupils ralld funny. \ /
his girl friend by her feet, Boy Scout field days..It I Juanell and Jack Wolfl. Not as effort individuals encourages them to Several skits entitled "The PressEditor"
their horses keep going as Ha" and the "ModelT"
long as "Aa
I as he will learn to know what kindof was in the spring of 1942 Mr. and learn Programs like the .
work ...
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We think Pat likes Vernon were given by the members ol .
shoes she has and not have to Pipprn! felt that he must answer ( by the elementary
presented
Wright, and we thought it was O one class. These skits were -
i the Junior
learn a dozen or so different pair the call of his country to the armed I time. school and the one presnted by the
Godwin all the
Regardless of how tough It !seems, service, and thus he enlisted in JD. high school prove this point be- thoroughly enjoyed.
Who were Dollie and Betty Ann Mr. Williams concluded the chapel
girls, we know that you are smite the Quartermaster Corps and on ; ? yond a doubt.. The Glee Club per- s J'f r4
night Maybe -
waVing at Saturday with several announcements
hundred per rent ,American, December 23 1942, he received his I formance, and their ability to singtogetht'r program
'it: Johnnie Jenkins. showed
was some
and that you don't mind making commission as second lIentenan'from is proof enough that witha The program
: like be teamed the
Doris doe&n't to on the part of
thee, few sacrifices, even giving Camp Lee Virginia. material and a good leader preparation 1t11
I
about Joe, but that's the way truelove little students, and they deserve; a good tin
rid ins, if It win help]
up pleasure Mr. A. W. Davis had been assist- Is. much can accomplished 4ii ,f\t
always
bring this war to an end and bring ing Mr. Pippen for a year or more We've all been wondering when It's congratulations to every person commendation.

our boys back home to us in boy scouting, and thus he was Molly's future husband will be com- who performed on the program V
----V--- and to Mrs Vegetable fibers and resin from li takes t tjijih two diner> to
chosen: to be the scout master. Mr. I last Friday night
Ing to see her in his bright newoffi.er's I i 1the Victory It takes both
PARROT SCOUTS Davis Is a good scout master, but Bartlett. southern pine trees are being com- sign
Isn't it about make
| unifoim. .. \War Bonds and Taxes to
the interest in boy scouting seemedto | time for him? Maybe you'll get !i v- bined at the Hercules Powder that Victory come true. Continue
The Parrots have certainly been die and our attendance dwln- I to use your new troussean, yet We sleep but the loom of life plant to produce a new plastic your purchase of War Bonds, at
active here In the last wsek. On deled to about 15 boys Recentlywe j I Molly. never stops, and the pattern which composition which can be used to least ten percent of your income.
last week, the\ drive t- I I the sun went steel for many war needs l'ay row Victory Tax and your in-
Thursday night of have launched into a :> Laverne and Betty Joe were happily I j I was weaving when replace I cm-no lie: cheerfully! and gladly,
really had a big party at the Recreation build up our membership and Interest surprised to find their two ', down is weaving when it comes up I'' is light In weight and yet ven' Bi'ih are: III II 'u bt an Occupation

Han They Invited thelt In boy scouting. Our mem- army beaus waiting for them at in the morning Henry Ward strong. Raw material in quantity:: 1' ', x to Hider i s lrr.r".rL'cp.rf.a.f I

friends, and really gave them a big bership Is now about 20 boys, and noon on Monday of this week. That ,I Beecher. is available in Florida. .
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feed. sandwiches and continue to ----- -- -
Orange Juice we expect to grow i really must be nice ]I'' -

cookies, along with all the ice The officers of Troop 80 of the Virginia Lee and Bill Hendry.
cream they could store away and Oulf Stream Council are as follows have been keeping steady company'!

there was still some left over. I : Mr A. P. Patterson, scout lately Make a nice couple, don't''

Games were played and dancing executive of West Palm Beach: Mr. you think? I v s
was enjoyed by all who attend Edwards, assistant scout executiveof L. P. was seen with Betty Mason''

this wonderful affair. West Palm Beach. Members of Friday night. I thought that was I I 9.HYmss.

Those present were. Polly Oajr: the local council are: Mr. H. H. Bobby's gal. Better be careful, L. '

Jo Ann Marv Albert Mary, Nancy, Raulerson, Mr. Zibe Williams Judge 'I P.. Bobby might not like it. <
Barbara Ann, Wanda, Ada Jane Conely and Rev. Howell. Mr. A. W. I Clyde Mixon moved nearer tot,
Billy Phillips Billy Button Hajne Davis scout master and Frank I Virginia Paikerson In Literature >
_ ; Williams Mike Barber. ClwrlesCoinellus ....... .
Reeves, Junior assistant! scout master i; class to keep ner attenion uu mm
\ Bobby LOKTV, and Carter and eagle scout with 26 badges and not any of the other boys. He's .
Howell, and Miss Finger !' uh? '
for business.
Troop member ranks are: Jack got an eye
Tuesday at their regular weeklv! That necklace that Hooter Is :
Wolff, eagle, with 25 merit badges;
meeting the girls made pictures of) Tommy Evans, life, with 17 merit j i, wearing wasn't given to her by SI1I :- ?

the troop In their uniforms which badges; Bill Hendry, star, with 13: I vanus. He gave her one once butshe's
will be used in the scrap book merit badges: Eugene Wright, star laid it aside for this one.There's ,
Then a short business meeting was with 5 merit badges; Laurence only one other person who .g pgoV

held, and Miss Finger presented Reeves first class, with 3 merit :]I could have given it to her Guess i
and Valentine I '
some proficiency badges a badges: Billy Goodwin, life with
box was opened.F. 17 merit badges; Al Raulerson. first I I who.No doubt you saw Henie and Bet- .'

class with 2 merit badges; Billy i tie Sue in the show Sunday night.

F. F..1. NEWS Chandler first class, with 2 merit I I(I That's about the only place you
Williams, second 'Scan dating nowadyas-except
badges; Haynes 1 I go a d

By Jack Duke class: Jerry Hunt, second class:; ]I|I to the Recreation Hall. Bytheway. :

The Okeechobee Chapter of the John B. Watford, second class:; I almost forgot Tiny and Molly

Future Farmers of America helit's Carter Howell, second class. were dating Friday night, and were

rgular meeting Tuesday. February The other boys are new and have at the Recreation Hall. i

2, in the Agriculture horn not had time to achieve any rank, Well, we're all cdiifused about
room. One section of the Junior but they are as follows: Johnny Jo Ann's boyfriend. This week we

class was invited to be the guestsof Mac Klnsaul, Edgar Knight. Eual learn that it's Mike Instead of '

the Future Farmers. Harden Mike Barber Robert Pow- Jerry or Haynes.
After a short business meeting ers, Charles Parkerson Billy Sut- Saturday night when Mr. Dur- i WE'D LIKE TO PRSSEHT:: H SPECIAL
and refreshments the show, she
held Pat In
a social hour was ton. McKlnster Roe. rance sat by ;
were served to the Future got up and moved because that
Farmers present and their guests The troop now only has two patrols was O. D.'i seat and she didn't':
the Junior and Senior Patrols AWARD OF MERIT TO YOU .
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Juanll Pearce. Betty Mae Thomas want to kit by Mr Durrance.
The Junior Patrol is for :boys 12 to
Jean Lee Raulerson. Simeon Martin Mary Va. and Edgar are getting>
14 and the Senior Patrol is fr boj I'
Jack Wolff. fine again.
and between the ages of 14 and 17.' along 1L.lA.A L
------V- -- Frances is certainly missing Gat IA
This is National Boy Scout Week Cooner already but she's looking t I r.- ,
NOTICEWe and marks the 34th year of thl forward to receiving a letter every "

great American organization. Wr day. i
are proud of our troop, and hope decided
Anna Jane has already i ii Nothing has warmed us more at Florida Motor Lines than the discovery .
1 that it will continue to grow an"I I
I is the cutest boy In the |
can't be aletting you i that Jerry
manifest much Interest in the com- | I that our passengers are not merely riders-but understanding
seventh grade.
forget the big date just munlty. Every Boy Scout of Mn- How these people do get around, | friend. This; despite war's swift-changing habits.

ahead. Remember, Thursday erica Is a one hundred per ceiv It keeps me Just too busy. |

March 4, the Theta American citizen, and boy Things To Remember j I After alt, those who must travel today-must give up much ,
trains him to be prepared bite endure much. And have these discomfort
scutln'I I The love bugll you you accepted mounting
Beta Club and newspaper
in his civic duties.
his place done bit. '
If It ain't with amazing good cheer and good sportsmanship.
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staff will present a playin --V-- If you don't feel it now,

the !school auditorium HIGH SCHOOL VICTORY CORPS I You'll soon feel It i iSTl'DENT You've made us even a little ashamed to air our troubles of various

entitled "Treasure Farm." ---V--NEWS e shortages: Equipment, labor, tires and whatnot You have made us

It's full of laughs and entertainment By Porkjr Dr mb.n COUNCIL--- feel that anything that Florida Motor Lines and our passengers can

So mark this I' Last week the boys of the Junior The Student Council met Tues- do for America's ultimate good-is right and patriotic.

I and Senior classes were called t Watford
morning, and Tiny ,
date in red on your calen | meet out on the football field day presided over the meeting. Committees > Buffeted about-squeezed in-left standing in the aisl.s-and left

dar. When the boys got there, Mr.Vil- were discussed and it was at the post-you've shown a genuine American characteristictheability

v '! llama Introduced to us the fleli' j dclded that these committees wouldbe to "tale it," if it's justifiable.
worker. He told us that he'd like | kept secret. That Is the namesof

Bathlcss Clog gins sa)'$- I to nee as organize a High School the persons serving on the vari- Florida Motor Lines appreciates this indulgence ;And when peace

"I Victory Corps here In our school. I ous committees. Because it is believed returns, we pledge to serve you in a manner to mate you forget
;i He said the purpose of the Victory that if the student body
the'
inadequacies of You've been swell
Corps was to build the bodies of who the committee members our emergency. pretty ,
knew
the boy, and not Just to teach j were they would always be on their folds in fact, you've been wonderful! .

v them to drill He said that tI rood behaviour when the various

'ra army and navy and marines wanted > committee members are around. Sot ..
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men with strong bodies and minds | is assumed that every student
and not Just drilling (elllll_. Of act his best at all times. i UNION I BUS STATIOM

course, a certain amount of drill Watford then madea
John Bryan
Standard O1!' Service Station Phone
v I Is required, but the main purpose motion that some bicycle rack 108

I of the corps organization N to be built In order that bicycles would T. II. M\, .\( 'ntLORI
build a physical condition which not be, scattered all over the school
Uncle Sam can use to the best of sroimrts Sln-. the student council

his ability.He I does: not have any funds on which

Yep I'm bath it work: IIfIII itgit demonstrated a course of obstacles to work, It was decided to contact DA MOTOR
on buyin' lots of W"r Bond to and he told u* that surion the school board about funds for M
Mp our boy Don't lontt-wt'rt. organization could be had herein I I this purpose. JL -
ill supposed to bt signed up our school at very Utile cost. The meeting was then adjourned.


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