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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1943
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Volume 23-Number 37 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 5, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Co. Commissioners | ANNA BURIED BELLE IN STEINBERG CHARLESTON City Officials Adopt Liberal II SCHOOL CHANGED BUS BY ROUTES REQUEST ARE OF Fred T. Wilson Is

I S. C. LAST WEDNESDAY ODT. TO SAVE MILEAGE

Transact BusinessIn Plan For Payment of Taxes In I, New Owner Place
I i Mrs. Anna Belle Steinberg who I Okeechobee. Fla, Mar 2. 1943.-
I died at the home of her This is to
daughter 1 announce that In or-

Regular SessionThe 1 Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovltz Monday Refunding City's Bonded DebtTax der to conserve mileage the Board Operated By HuttoA

night February 22 from a heart I i of Public Instruction, In compliancewith

II attack was buried in the family the request of the Office of -

cemetery at Charleston. S. C Wed- payers of the City of Okee U. S. NAVY j I Defense Transportation.. Is making
Board
loners of County Commls- I, nesday afternoon. chobee are being given an oppor- RECRUITING SUBSTATIONWest I I the following changes in school bus deal was consummated last
of Okeechobee week in
County i I Mrs. Steinberg was 75 years old tunity to settle all delinquent taxes routes beginning Monday. March which H. W. Hutto sold
Florida met In regular session Palm Beach his automobile
and had made her home here with for the 1941 and 8th: repair shop to Fred
Monday March 1, 1943 at 10 A M. year prior years, Florida T. Wilson of
Ellzabethtown.
I Mr. and Mrs. Nathan ZelmenovlU for ten percent and without The East Okeechobee and De Ky"and
Present were : Chairman C F I] most of the time during the past Interest or penalties being addedto any March 2, 1943, Berry Gardens routes are cut out he is now operating it under

Walker.I Commissioners B. C. I five years the original assessment Mr Bryant Bowden, entirely. the firm name of The OK Garage

Swain; C. E. Drawdy Ernest Hilll- j The bqdy was accompanied to No tax sale has been held in the Okeechobee News. All routes are being cut down to & Machine Shop. In addition to

ard and R. E. Bass; County Attorney I Charleston by Mrs. J. O. Fisher city since 1927 because of the crash Okeechobee, Fla. a minimum wherever possible. the present building Mr. Wilson has
T4 W. Jr. Sheriff another I Dear Mr. Bowden: Bus stops have been reduced I rented the room formerly occupiedby
Conely ; I I daughter. of the Florida boom which left the considerably -
L. L. Conrad and Clerk Roy R. I --V city in such a seemingly hopeless A traveling recruiting party by consolidation.Bus I the Western Union Telegraph

Raulerson.The II I 1940Taxes"Remain state of insolvency that the taxpayers from the West Palm Beach I drivers will notify Individual 'I' Company and will expand the size
If Navy Recruiting Station will I of his floor space.
pupils! how they are to be affected ,
minutes of the meetings held i thought it useless to attemptto
be in Okeechobee on March 26 I In addition
in February 1943 were read and pay their taxes. oy these changes. to the automobile
approved. I Every attempt was made in prior for an all day stand. These recruiters Parents and pupils are asked t repair shop Mr. Wilson! will equip
I Unpaid I will Interview appli- cooperate a modern machine shop with elec.erlo
Reports of Marks and BrancU to.:; years. to solve the debt problem cants and receive -
applicationson and
but it was not 'until 1942 that Okeechobee County Boardof acetylene welding equip-
a
Districts No. 2 and 4 were received '
I 17 year old youths for both ment of the
Public Instruction latest design. He will
Lost plan of composition was adopted.
and ordered filed In the office oi Property
I The total outstanding bonded the Regular Navy and the Navy H. H. Hancock, Supt. I also carry as large a stock of partsas
the Clerk of the Circuit Court j '
Reserve and also for the Waves
V he can under the
I [ debt of the city as of January 1, present conditions -
The Financial Statement showing and Spars. .
1942 was 1253.38389 which included I
t t' balances as of February 28 19431 Owners of real estate delinquent I II' I Ii all accrued Interest as of that- We111 greatly appreciateyour Farmers Have Mr. Hutto started In business
i 1940 taxes covered by 1941 tax giving this visit all the
was presented as follows: I, date. The Interest requirementseach here In 1925 as the Okeechobee
certificates will lose their lands this I I: publicity possible.
year amounted to Battery & Electric Co.. and has
approxl- operated -
General Fund $ 6999.06 summer two after Several To
years date of Assuring you of our appreciation Ways it
jmately I $40.000hlch was an Im- since that time. In 1928
I'
Fine & Forfeiture Fund 2715.06 the 1941 certificates-unless the all' of your efforts in Navy
possible burden he moved his place of business
to and the to
Road & Fund 3827.20 carry
Bridge delinquent taxes are paid by redeeming Recruiting I am
I i city found itself steadily! increasing the building where he was at the
Agricultural Fund 62059Mother's the 1941 certificates. The Yours truly. Figure Income
,I its bonded debt. very time he sold out and has operatedIn
Pension Fund 11.20 !
statutes themselves distinctly set I Eugene Kozloff.
that stand
since.
Outstanding Indebtedness forth that the land Itself covered The plan of composition provides CBM FR, USN. I
' Fund 797 40 for refunding fifty-five percent of In discussing his plans for the
by such delinquencies shall be adertised i Recruiter In Charge. A farmer who operates a farm i
Publicity Fund .... .80 I this summer and sold at the total bonded debt as of January for profit is entitled to deduct | future Mr. Hutto said that he and

1 1938 Tax Adjustment Fund 8.75 i which sale the title will clearly pass 1. 1942 thereby cancelling! ap from gross income as necessary expenses | his wife would remain here for sev-

Race Track Fund 7000.00 from the owner to the purchaser proximately $5000000 of the debt. REPRESENTATIVE ASKS all amounts expended other | eral weeks after which time they

{ Jail Repair Fund 65.83 I vho may be any Individual or the Instead of paying Interest at the ACTION ON LOCAL RILLS than those constituting capital expenditures would both go into defense work
Court House Repair Fund 18.75 rate of six percent per annum on somewhere.
county. State Comptroller J. M. >)> In the carrying on of
4 1940 General Refunding lee has advised the county officers this debt the requirements will be Representative W. J. Hendry is !the business of farming. The cost I Mr. Wilson has rented the Beau-

Fund 72109 Under the new tax laws lands one percent for the first seven asking that all those citizens or of feeding and raising livestock champ house on Parrott Avenue

Victory Tax Fund 20.30 under certificates Issued in 1941 will years and increasing over a period j groups: of citizens who have special may be treated as an expense deduction and has already moved his family

be offered for sale to any and all ,, ')f years until the rate of five ando legislation which they wish pass- Insofar as such costs rep- here to make their home. He has

.Total $29,.806 93 persons and the sale: will actually half percent Is reached ed at the coining session of the resent actual outlay, but not Including one son in the United States Navy.

f The following resolution was in- pMS merchantable title to the 1 A careful and thorough survey Legislature place such legislation the value of farm produce -----V.

trodud'-d and rend in full and. property( -Just as a foreclosure sale | was made before the plan of com- in his hands for study not later grown; upon the farm or the laborof

upon motion of Commissioner Hil- or sheriff's sole passes title to the position was adopted and it is the than March 20. ,i the taxpayer Also deductible is LOCAL SCHOOL OFFICILSIN

hard seconded by Commissioner purchaser. | opinion of the present city officials If such legislation Is handed to the cost of seed, minor repairs to TAMPA: AT FLORIDA

Drawdy, was duly adopted by the Discussion of this point at the j'I, and creditors the city. that taxes him prior to that date ample time farm buildings (other than the EDUCATIONAL MEETING

following vote: recent meeting of the circuit court 'J I can be collected to pay this new will then be given him to contact: dwelling of the farmer), and small

I clerks in Orlando developed the i i. debt. various cllzens and to find out if tools used up in the course of a I Prof C. M. Williams County
Yes: Hilliard Drawdy Walker I 'act that property owners will have Bankruptcy proceedings were filedi such legislation has the approvalof short period. i Superintendent H. H. Hancock and

and Swain. I to act promptly to protect their I by the city in December 1942 and a majority of the people. Such The cost of fuel and oil used for W. D. Coker chairman of the
Nays: Non. title to on which the I|( "reditcrs representing eighty-five'I'I acts also have farm
any property to be advertised,' work, as well as repairs and school board,. left Wednesday mornIng -,
Absent!*None. Not Voting: OneRESOLUTION 1940! taxes have not been paid orf,h percent' h' t.Jtal'debt: haveflrenr I thirty days 'advance" of Introdtfc-- 'maintenance of farm machinery'Is for Tampa where they went to

e e e redeemed i[ their written consents to the plan i lion and to delay until after the deductible as a business expense; attend the meeting of the Florida

The provisions of the statute are 'I of composition and the court has opening of the session might mean but the cost of farm machinery, Educational Association that is In

"the teeth" that were so much discussed ]'1 entered an Interlocutory decree that action Is taken too late since equipment and farm buildings rep- session there. Due to the war and

\uthorizing the Clerk of Board ot during the 1941 legislaturewhen putting the plan into operation. there _is considerable talk of a resents a capital investment and is transportation problems the numberof

County Commissioners of Okee- the tax program was adopted!; The city tax books will! close'I short session this year. not an allowable deduction. The delegates to the association

thobee County, Florida to pre as law in an effort to make tax April 1. 1943. and a tax sale will ---- cost however may be recovered by meeting from this and other coun-

pare a report of the Refunding collections sure and certain against ]; ,
operations of Okcechobee County all and do away with the "free and : tax collector can prepare the list NEWSABOUTOUR of a farmer the farm dwelling is V

and a history of same, beginningwith ea y" methods of the past which' 'or publication. not depreciable, except such partof

the year 1927 to, and including had permitted "'writing off' delinquent i Tax pavers are warned that un it as may be used directly in MRS. KATHERINE DE YARMAX

February 28 1943; authorizing taxes every so often and ad- less their taxes are paid on or before MEN r > IN SERVICE farming operations. The cost of -

the chairman and clerk ding that burden to the shoulders I, April I. 1943 a tax sale will! ) beheld I gasoline repairs and upkeep of an Resolutions adopted by Okeechobee -

of said Board to sign said report of those who pay every year. I and certificates will be Issued j i i-I automobile if used wholly in con- Chapter No. 128 O. E. S. on

when completed and make such against the property and the a- I Corporal Earl Raiford. son ofI nection with, the taxpayer's farm Tuesday March 2:

distribution of said report as they mount of taxes will be Increased by I Mrs. Susie Raiford of Okeechobee.i I II operations as well as depreciation S e e

deem best.WHEREAS. sion of a regular meeting this 1st interest and penalties i j has arrived safely in North Africa thereon may be deducted but If The final summons came to Sis-

It has been broughtto day of March A D 1943 The city officials request the tax |I according to information received I an automobile is used partly for ter DeYarman on February 11, 1943
Board of County Commissioners here this week. Corporal Raiford business and partly for pleasure or
the attention of this Board that payers to cooperate with them in I at the Weems Hospital in Sebrlng.
the Florida Securities Commissionhas Okeechobee County Florida order to assure the success of the I entered the army in December the convenience of the taxpayer or Florida. She'was 80 years old having -

withheld the issuance of a pel'I I By C. F. Walker. Chairman 1 new refunding plan. I 1941 right after the attack on Pearl I his family the cost of operationmay been born In Liverpool England
Attest: Roy Raulerson.. Clerk. I | Harbor. He was home on thirty day be apportioned according to
on September 2 1862. She
,
mil: to do business in the State of Since the year 1927 approximatelyten I
RESOLUTIONIt j furlough last summer while recup- the extent of the use for purposes and her husband the late BrotherH.
Florida from The Crummer Company percent of taxes was collected
erating from a broken ankle which of business and for pleasure or convenience -
successors to R. E. Crummer was duly moved by Commissioner each year. but the tax collector advises I H. DeYarman were charter
was the last time he was home. He and the portion attributable -
& Company Fiscal Agents of this Bass and seconded by Com- that over fifty percent has I members of our Chapter. She served
was stationed at the air baseat to business will be deductibleas
County andWHEREAS missioner Hilliard that the following been collected on the tax roll for army as Worthy Matron In the year

this Board has been resolution be adopted by the the year 1942 and It Is hoped that his Tallahassee at the time he broke I a necessary expense. 1926. She was one of our most
leg I
Informed that such acton was caused Board of County Commissioners of all tax payers who have not paid oee The cost of hired laborers and faithful and devoted members, attending -

partly by a request from Mr. Okeechobee County Forlda at this i for the year 1942 or taken advantage I I hired machines on a farm and the Chapter meeting when ever

Edward Ball representing the Du- the first: meeting of said Board in I I. of the liberal offer to pay I Mrs. Paul Wongrey Is in receipt part of the board which is pur- able! up to the time of her death.

Pont Interests In Florida which are March A. D. 1943 delinquent taxes will do so before I] -f word from her husband that he I chased for hired laborers are de- Therefore be it resolved: That

the only ones who have vigorously WHEREAS. PARKER BROTHERS April 1943.Local. is getting along fine in his new location ductible. The value of products by though this loyal and faithful

opposed the refunding plan of this a Florida corporation have V somewhere overseas. He Is r the farm and used in the .board of member has passed from our sight

County andWHEREAS presented to this Board at this yet unable to tell what country he hired laborers is not a deductible I we shall miss her but we shall not

meeting a petition for vacation of i Happenings Is located In. I expense. Rations purchased and grieve; for we know that her sufferings -
the said R E. Crum S e e
the plats of the following subdivisions furnished to laborers or sharecroppers are over and all Is well
& have rendered valuable
-
mer Company
situate lying! and being in I The address of Teddy are deductible as a part of with her. She has Just stepped
and faithful service to this
County and at a great expense Okeechobee County Florida: Albert Berka Who Is employed at ger has recently been Greenber-I the labor expense. Amounts paid to through the heavenly portals to
Private Teddy engaged in household work Brother DeYarman In that
home Thursday persons Join
caused by the opposition of the Okewhohfe Country Cluli his l ltrlit. Clewiston arrived on -
lielnir I Subdivision of K'4 of last week and remained over Cavalry Hdq. & to the extent that their services are larger and more beautiful life that
' said Dupont nterests through Mr of E'6 and W'.4 of &''0 of S.v until Saturday when Mrs. Berka Whiteslde Fort Riley Kansas. I used In boarding and otherwise car- awaits us in the city not made with
. Edward: Ball and Hon 21, Tnwnnhlp 57 South Uniiifp
34 East : Bnbv Fnrini. halos u mil. and daughter Jo Ann returned with S I e Ing for farm laborers are deductible hands and has entered into the
WHEREAS this Board Is desirous illvlHlon of W'i mwpt F.H! of amounts paid for servicesof God has
him and remained over .the week Private First Class George Rei- but reward which promisedto
l of having a compilation madeof SWV4 and NH of NR'4 of SV",
of Section 21. Townnhlp .IT Sontli end. chert left this week to return to such employees engaged in car- all who faithfully serve Him.
the various steps taken In Its Range 34 En.t': Holt <'lnh. lielnu -0- the at Fort log for the farmer's own householdare I Be it further resolved: That a
army camp BennlngOa.
refunding transaction from the n nul.cllvli.loi of F.4 of NWt', nod
r year 1927 to date in order that the NK of NEH of 8WV! of Section Miss Elizabeth Reichert has re ., after spending a ten day furlough not deductible expense. copy of these resolutions be spreadon
21. Township ST South HIIIIM 31 here with his the minutes and one be sent to
home here after father. A. J.Relchert
public might be Informed as to the Rash: Tropic Onnlnni. being n mil turned to her Amounts expended In the develop-
manner by which the DuPont Interest division of W u, of Rootl..n M spending several days visiting her and sister, Miss Elizabeth ment of farms, orchards and the Okeechobee News
Township ST South lUimc 34 FUN: Relchert. has been in the the Loula Zanders
Brooksvllle. Oeorge when
, through Mr Edward Bail Hudson.. Okopohnnw. Pork bolus nmiMlrlxloni sister at ranches prior to the time
has opposed the refunding opera- \ of LoU (a I to l II of Blork -0- army for the past two years and productive state is reached may be Roxte Louvern
"B" of Tropic Onrdenn In Swtlon | has been to various train- F. W. ZanderV
assigned investment of capital.
well known attorneyof regarded as
ions of Okeechobee County, 22 Township 87 South. Rnng S4 M A. Rosin
East : Belvedere Park ,belnst .nh.' Arcadia, spent Monday here attending i Ing camps. He says life in the The cost of planting trees as wellas
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED llvlnlnn of lots 10 nod It of Block f to business. I army is not bad in fact says he the amounts expended by a NOTICE
that the Clerk of this "B" of Tropic Ounlenn In dwll"n Ilikes
it. He also states that he restoration of soil
'" -0- farmer In the
To!. Township 3T South, Range I IEiut. -
Board be and he is hereby authorized I I would not be surprised at any time fertility preparatory to actual production
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kruger. and Is that I.
Notice hereby given
and Instructed to cause a !
AND WHEREAS It appears by If his outfit was sent to foreign of crops and the cost of
W. H. Osborn of Bedford Ohio, business In
W. Hutto doing
be prepared Immediately Harry
to
report said petition that Parker Brothers territory. soil to Increase productiveness -
setting forth the complete history will leave today for their home after I e e 1 liming the city of. Okeechobee, Florida,
a Florida corporation is the fee I I of are capital -
over a period years
of the refunding operations of this I simple owner of the above described spending a week here with Mrs. I Leslie Cheshire, who Is stationed expenditures: but the cost of under the firm name and style of

County from the year 1927 to and lands andWHEREAS C B. Duffey. 1 at the United States Naval Air Sta- commercial fertilizers the benefitof "Okeechobee' Battery & Electric

includlnr February 28, 1943, and I it appears by proofof I -0I Ilion 1 I at Fort Lauderdale, arrived which Is of short duration and Service" have sold said business to
Chairman and Clerk of Mrs Nathan Zelmenovltz is expected one Fred T Wilson, therefore I
that the publication attached to said pe I hoe Saturday and spent the weeki which have to be used every yearor
this Board be, and they are hereby to return to her home here will not be responsible for any Indebtedness
tition that due notice of the presentation i end here with his parents, Mr and so, even after a farm reachesthe
authorized to sign said report when of the same has been today from the Fort Pierce hospital Mrs. W. R. Cheshire. Leslie is with productive state Is deductibleas Incurred by said busi-

completed and to make such distribution given as provided by Florida! Statutes where she has been confined for the parachute riggers In the Naval an expense. ness after the 17th day of February -

as they may deem best 1 I of 1941, 19230. and the past ten days suffering from a Air Corps. He returned to camp Amounts expended in purchasing A. D. 1943.
in order that the several counties 1 WHEREAS It further appears heart attack Monday. All accounts owing! to me and to
work bleeding, or dairy animals are
of the State of Florida may be from certificates of the Tax Col- ---V Investments ot capital .raid business before February 17.

fully Informed as to the method lector of Okeechobee County. Flor- Mr. and Mrs. Byron Seville an- Quiet minds cannot ,be perplexedor regarded end be as depreciated unless such 1943 are to be paid to me either In

used by the DuPont Interests In IdAv-aad certificate of the Clerk of nounce the arrival of a daughter frightened but go on In fortuneor I animals may are Included In Inventory. person or by mail and no other

opposing the Refunding Operations the Circuit Court of Okeechobee born at the Fort Pierce hospital misfortune at their own private person Is authorized to accept payments

of this County.Passed County, Florida attached. to said Ia4t week. Mrs. Seville and the I! pace like a clock during a thunder V for me.

and adopted In open ces- (Continued on Page Two) baby arrived home yi-sterday. storm.' .-Robert Louis Stevenson. Read The News ads. Harry W. Hutto.

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TWO THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943
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-I Coll. less victory tax 121.10 I t ._--- Joseph C. Grew Warns e

(hcccljnhcc jNrfus Robert La Martin Sal. Tax

, Assessor less victory tax: 12110J. Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE I I r I J
Half-Effort Will Defeat
Not Japan s
Published Every Friday by the L. Chandler. Sal. Janitor ..

Oktechobee News Co. at Okeecho less victory tax, .. 74.10 I
O. C. Sal Act. Okwvhobe County, Florldl ally we can continue to lead our nor-
bee Okeechobee County, Florida. Durrance l Pros. less tax 7410 mal lives leaving the spirit of self. ,
Atty. victory li hiTcbv elvrn that pnrminnt'to :
and author e/
until th. outbreak
Septum n of chatter Slulfi Amlimailitr to Japan o/It''r, soldiers and sailors,
lQ2IIfI. I.awi ,, sacrifice to our ,
BRYANT BOWDEN!: .......... .. Editor W. B. Hargraves, Sal Supr. of Flcirliln., Arti Ifl'lT: known II the i "Rrport from Tnkio."
-- ----- Regis. less! victory tax ..... 40.00 Murphy' Art the following deirrihedliiinl I tu'tinea for the Treasury Department In roniMcllon with the Retailers""SAV TEi" we shall unquestionably run the risk
Entered as second class matter Victory Tax Fund Victory I In Okiwhnboo County; Florida, ..mpa'|. I. eampl.l. IhiT B >lon'" IDU.UOO.HIM pi.rih.lly ailed, wee Slump Ibumi..) of a stalemate with Japan. I do not ",.
will ln nffprnil fur into nt public out- .
doubt of
July 1. 1914, at the Poet Offlc In tax deductions 1840 cry for Ill(' highlit and heat pub bid D. C.-ln do- a worrier caste which Is ruthless and have the slightest our eventual
Florida & Co. mihlfrl to tin right of the Trustee WASHINGTON. victory. But I do not wish to
Okeechobee! Florida, under the Power Lght. of the big air cruel beyond comprehension.
of the Internal
Improvement Fund
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. Eire C. H. & Jail. Feb. 1890 rHnt, AllY nnil nil blue At the Court to battles over Cuadalcanal a recent From the flood of eye witness ac seo the period of our blood sweat '
Bass Sch lane,. ni 111 .1 M in, the 11 day I and tears indefinitely and unr.cccs-,
----- -- - Ruble Bnslnger newspaper account tells of an American counts of atrocity and bestiality oneJOSEPH
nf April fin Kimi'iniMit for trust not fall
RATE!: mm! sarlly prolonged.Ve
1250
Cafe. February I I right of "nl00! feet wlle11I he flyer who parachuted from his
One In advance .............. $200 to realise that we BIG up against a '
year 'L. L. Conrad. Attend. Co. i rrn,1 I i from HIM} purer through crippled plane to the waters of I
Six months In advance ......... 1.00 I Comm. February ... 400 [ which there l'a an filming State Road Lunga Bay. The Navy craft which ,p .i powerful ftcl'ting machine a potpie .. ,
I .
Lot 9 Illirk 2. Miiiiihi-rn I'lii.'H I whose morale cannot be broken even
Three months In advance ........ .15 (State Tuberculosis Sa.. Hosp. I .\ilillllnnI picked him up next went to the res- )
defeats and untold
B. Galnous. March 2852 I 1.1. :I mum '.'.' IllurV 11, Wrlulit cue of a Japanese pilot seen strug aM by successive
bills 1JI"-. SnhilhMiin' economic hardship, a peopI: ho
Advertising are payable on :
IBPssie Alderman, Bal. due on I Tnrsinr! OK HIT': INTKHVM' : I gling In the water nearby. As the x 7hr1 4t gladly sacrifice their lives for their -
the each month.
first of Parties
IMPROVEMENT FL'ND OP. rescue boat renched the Japanese
Com. coll. for 1943 ..... 8000 TilE
and their nation. We
unknown to STATE OF FI.nRIDAHOY Emperor must
publishers
required flyer he suddenly pulled out his revolver
Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co., II. HAVl.EltSON. I also fir.cmber that Japan did not
pay In advance. Tel. Co. H. & Jail. Feb. ... 850 Agent Trut.... I. I, Paid. aimed it at the drenched start this unr without carefully laid
Okeerbobt County Klorliln and pulled the
American trig
pilot
C F. Walker Exp. to Co. a for the
victory
Reading notices In local columns. -- ----- --- military plans over
The cartridge failed to explode.
Comm conv. 13020 I- NOTICE TO CHKDITORSI9I.1 gcr. t A United Slates and dictatedby
10 cents a line. Rates for display ( Prohntf Art sere. 119.. W) Then the Japanese officer turned the a peace
furnished Okee. Co.: Defense Council IS THE CO!'RT OK TilE their war lords at the White
advertising! on application COt'NTYI Run on himself with suicidal Intent
Donation 60.00 I .TfllOK (IKEECIIOREK ,
,I COCNTY( House.
Classified 2 cents and
advertising
psonth.t. IN I'HOBATK, Again he pulled the trigger a
,
PIlch word per Insertion.! All Items Ok'l'. Hdw. & Furn. Co. ,f In rem: Estate of again his revolver failed him. At \ This if a total war, the only an.

regarding enterprises conducted for Supplies for C. H. 1.601( R. I.. Brewer, DoccmodTn this point an American sailor swer to which is a total American

profit are. chargeable at rdvertlslng Gilbert Culbreth, Kerosenefor f'lnlnn All Creditors or Iii'iiinncli find IVrsoni Agnlnnt Having Saul knocked him out ,Ib a boat noun victory It is a war in which half

rate. C. H 51J Entate and pulled him aboard the American measures of any kind mean Incredible .

Scharfschwerdt Bros. Sup You and etich of you are hereby craft a prisoner 1 waste of material, energy and
__ ___ ____ notlMcd mill required tu prteut uvoliilmi
0 plies for C. H. and Jail 15.25 mill demands which Ton, or Almost duily one lends eyewitness human life. In this sense a half-

Bishop Office Equip. Co., either of you may hnve against' the stories such as this one and all r- erzc filled War Savings Stamp album is

Co. CommissionersContinued Invoice No 10334 2.83 palate of H. L. Brewer, deeeniiMl late of them clearly demonstrate that s symbolic of a half effort. There are,
of lAid ,
County to the
County Judge
County Welfare Board. Relief of okeeehohpc County, Florida at hHoflre war with our enemy in the Pacific I am told, roughly 100 million partially .

allowance for Jan. 350.00 In the court hones of mid Coiintv cannot end in compromise.For : complete War Stamp albumsnow
at Okeeehohe, Florida within eight ten I lived in Japan. in circulation. These uncompleted
Okeechobee. Water years
( from Page One) City of enlendar monlhl from the time of the 4R'i 4 ,
C. H and Jail. Jan. 11.70 caret publication of thli notice. Encli The truth as I know it from close Stamp albums are In a measure
petition. (hat all taxes including rlnlm or demand shall be In writing observation Is thu: Nothing less like a 100 million threats to a

Everglades Drainage District taxes FIXE & FORFEITURE Ft'XOT slid shall pout office state the address place of of the residenceand rlnlm than the exertion of our maximum C. GREW speedy and victorious peace. On

through the year 1942 have been W. Conely. Jr. Sal. Juv ant. and shall he sworn to by the capacities, individually and collectively Sa\s //', hOII0 finish the other hand for every War Savings

paid on thp above described lands; i J.. Feb. $ 1500T nu claimant..h claim agent or demand or attorney not, and filed any; In. war of offense will bring album completed and cashed In
I iluill be no our beloved country safely to the fact shines clear. We must utterly for a Bond you the owner have
W. .
NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RE- Conely. Jr. Docket fees 2000 Told.KANSAS
BREWER longed-for haven victorious peace. crush that machine and caste and helped some soldier or sailor take aforward
SOLVED that we the Board of {Roy R. Raulerson Cost Bills An Executor" of the I.nt Will and the
The Jnpu.cse: are pjwn's of n system. If. however we Americans step on uphill road to
County Coinmis'loners of Okeechobee I Co. & Cir. Ct. 6280( Testament of
I K. L. Brewer riVeenaod. senseless but mighty militarism- think that collectively and Indlvidu- total victory. (,' S. Trtanry Drper/mrel
County Florida do hereby Vacate O C Durrance. Conviction

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of record for the purpose of fees for Feb. 10.00 0 __ 0

taxation all of the property situate L. L. Conrad. Cost Bills NO TICK! i (0 ___

lying and being In the hereinbefore Sheriff for Feb. 33868 Okeeohoboe County Florida

R. Raulerson, Refund February 11. 1943.N01ICB .
described and set forth subdivisionsand Roy WARNINGThe :
IS IIKKKBV: GIVEN Thnt
for the purpose of taxation do for witness payroll 10.50 t" Section l> of rhnptpr l'Sftfl
return the property therein set I tiiriiittnt: FlorlcUm; i ll7.! known ni
ROM & BRIDGE FUND: the I1nl'lIAc'r.. the following d.- YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING
forth Into acreage the same being I ni'i'llii'il land In Miwliobc-e County
for !the purpose of acreage described Pay' Roll Dlst No. t. Labor $36.00 Klurlili nlll be iilTorcd fur axle lit
puiillo, nutery] for din hliihi'Bt and l
Pay Roll Dist. No.4. Labor 15.00 I
as being all of Section 21 and heat cash bid subject to the right of
S. C Paige. Gas & Oil Dlst. the Trustees nf the Interim
W'J of Section 22. all In Township United States Secret I iS
No 4 5.27Boiee mom Fund to reject urn and
IDlllro"1
37 South 34 East.
Range ,It I Hi" ''on 1'1 HoiiHr, nt 10 A. :
Thereupon the Chairman of the Lumber Co. Lumber Serviceand 18th day of :March, 1943:
Dist No. 4 92 00 for road right of way 200 feel wide will ?
Board of County Commissioners of hi reserved from nnv parcel through .
Okeechobee County Florida called Scharfschwerdt Bros. Nails nhlch there li an existing State hued I

Dlst. No.2.... 8.00
for a vote upon the motion to adopt LOla 7 and 8. Elk. :II I. Poutborn
Gilbert\ Culbreth. Gas & Oil Post Office Inspectors
Pines Addition. I ITHrSTET.q
the resolution which resulted In Its I

being adopted by a vote of 5 for Dist NO.3.. 345 I OF TUB INTERNAL I1lIl'HonlmS'f !I Have them recapped by Humphries at
Thomas H. Nix. Service Sta. WARN YOU FUND OF THE ]I'
and none against It.
STATE
S t t I 1 used truck wheel 5.50 By Roy OF U FLORIDA.Haulmnm.. Agent Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants
I riinli'ci I I Fund Okeechohea
The following vouchers were approved AGRICULTURAL FUND : :- ('''lInt)'. Florida, I

and ordered paid when C. A. Fulford. Sal. Co. Agent -nine years experience-finest workman.

funds are available: less victory tax Feb. $98.19 NOTICE I
Before You Accept Commercial Okpprhobef I'ltiiMtv.. Florida ship-best of materials-and
GEXERAL FUND a reputationfor
J. S. Underhill. Recordingfees Fobrimrv 1. 11)1,1, ,
C F. Walker, Feb. 30.00 and Government Checks NOTICE H>' IIEI1FBY: GIVEN Thnt \

Sal Co. Comm.. Feb. $ 5000R Victory Tax Fund. Victorytax I I tturiciinnr to Seotlun 9 of Chnpter tQ200.1 square dealing. You can drive over and I II
Laws
DEMANDAbsolute of riorldn. Aot of 11)37.! known I
E Bass. deduction 1.90 I ni the 1I'III'IIYCT.. the following I
Sal Co. Comm, Fe) 50.00 _.y- ili'srrllieil loud In Okewhohce County wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have
I and PositiveIDENTIFICATION Florlilu. will hA Offered for nale at
C. E. Drawdy, publlinntcrv for the
highest and brut
Sal Co. Comm., Feb. 50.00 riuh hid iihlm-t to the right of the I your local service station send them to us. !

Ernest Billiard, I TriiKteci of the Internal Improvement \...../ .

Sal Co Comm.. Feb. 5000B the Fund Court to reject Ilnnne any At; II and) A.all M bid.on the at I'I' We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road

C. Swain. llth Iny nt Starch 1943: i:"winpnt
f T WAR -111 for read' light nf wily 200 feet wide
Sal Co. Comm.. Feb. 5000R will be r"lrI'\"NI from any (parcel I i Department and many large fleet owners.

v R Rauler on. Sal. Clk through \\hlch there In fin existing

l less! victory tax 145.10 Letue"All I II Before cashing a Government check grate bate lioad 0 and 7. I'.lk 4. II.. Sob Our work is guaranteed to give satisfactionand

T W. Conely, Jr. Sal. Co. I I I ask yourself] this question dlvMon" of :NW 4 of I'Eli, nr ::101':'. I

Atty.. Feb. 5000 Ser 13, Twp 37 S.' KIT :3.1 I K we can usually give 24-hour service
right said
Bessie the boss ,
Lob 2 to S Inc. and 10 to 13: I
T W Conely. Jr.. Co: J. I of the little factory which was making "If this check is returned (DP.. Blk. 1. and lute 1 to 25 Inc. ,

less victory tax 12110 jackets for soldiers. "Did you can I find the Itlk. 2. Rlledge OkpcHmhnp PArk I
want to see me about something?" person n "' iih Bessie Alderman. Sal. Tax nf EU II,'.. 17. Twp :S7 Jtso. SI
The thin middle-aged stoodup who It to ?
_.. __ woman gave me '.otn is and 1ft( Blk F, Wright j Tire &
0'- from the chair in the outer office & Him Subdivision! of K\Vi/i of | Humphries Retreading Co.
and looked earnestly at the boss 1'111. of S E'f' Sw. 11. Twp 37: I
Kith her huge grave gray eyes 8. Kg 81 B.
THIS WEEK "It's about this ten percent Mail: Thieves Check Forgers '1'nrsiKi:>' OF TUB IXTEHXAI.I Phone
IMI'KONEMKVr KI'M: > OF THE IITVI'K I 139 FORT PIERCE, FLA.
she
pledge began. .
:MAKE POOR CUSTOMERS: OK FLORIDA I
I
"Oh, that's all right. Bessie" the lliOV: H, UAPLKKSOV, AgentTniMlpcs II I
Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee boss said. "I'd been meaning to I I Fund Okw?<'liobpe !i ,
speak to you about that. We don't County Florl'da. ;

expect you to --- "--" --:
-- ----- ..
r..v pledge ten percent Know YourEndorsers .

fI l ct [, of your pay
us'I \ v for War Bonds
Friday & SaturdayDouble y
like the others are
\ THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.
f-----o
VJ doing. We know .

'CIJ k you have a hard
Feature Program:
time making ends
""
meet since Jake
WALLACE BERRY 'r died. Eleven ri
S I kids - v'11 e
Isn't If That's I
In
quite a lot ,il muuths to feed. Let's I find i he great thing In this

THE BUGLE SOUNDS see, you make 123.50 a week including world is not so much where we
overtime don't you'!" stand at in what direction we are

RUSSELL HAYDEN "Yel. sir. but movin,. -Olivpi\ Wendell Holmes
The boss.niilcd.
Iu "Don't give it another thought I

Bessie You've got your hands full
RIDERS OF THE now. Uncle Sam knows you haven't I

NORTHWESTMOUNTED got a penny to spare. Don't let It liBERTY.IMERIC S.
worry you. We understand" '
The boss turned to go back into I I

his pi wale offlct. I .,,
\lsn: News, Famous Band I "But what I wanted to say was ,
." Bc" ,ie raised her voice and
the bo s looked around. "I wantedto I

Sunday & Monday say, would a dollar a week be too ,

little You see after we get the ,
living expenses paid theie's just Ii I
i _
:Mickey! ROONEY about a dollar a week left. Would I

Judy Garland they be "willing to accept a dollar J I 4,' v
InBABES a week I '

"They'd be mure than willing.' i! r
ONBROADWAY the boss laid quietly. "They'd be l j i'

proud." S ;
Bessie looked relieved. ,
"All we have to do is scrimp n 4

Also: Later s and Cartoon I llttb,," she said "I'd feel just terrible Ear d i 'rte "
I If we couMn't give something.! "
Back In the bons' office a representative + / ;

Wednesday Only of the Treasury Department Wli
was waiting The bon shut ii.:
the door and sat down.
DOUGLAS .r
Melvyn "I've just seen the greatest single A chef viho knew lots about
Norma SHEARERIn sacrifice I know of" the boss said.

"Listen if you want to hear what i dough

American women are made of ." Said, "So far, we've raisedit "Our men in the service in this war have "Out of thousands of replies the firstassignment' \

WE WERE DANCINGAlso Story from an actual report in pretty definite ideas about what they'refighting to the folks back home
slowWe'll was
the flies of the Treasury Depart I M) -
for and the they want to find 'Make
ment. way sure I'll have a job in my chosen .
; Comedy and Cartoon 1 a beat Hitler when our country when they come back..don'tyou field of work when I get back'. Number 5 was w: .

Are you making a sacrifice Are One dollar in ten think so, Judge?" 'Make sure that Prohibition isn't put over

Coming AttractionsRIA 'I you buUnt War Bond, People' Ii into War DonlsLet' "I certainly do George. Just a week or so on us again.' r
.
Bonds? Join savings put ,
payroll planat
a
I I once ago I was reading in a national magazine the "When the men in the last war came
Jour or factory gol"
RITA-Abbott & Costello I ? sae' I rru, ,nsenfV results of a poll taken among our soldier home and found prohibition had been put ". .

II Each man was given a questionnaire con. over on them behind their backs they were

ICE CAPADES REVUE sunk. Ih. AiU vow* taining twenty-five 'assignments' for the ore as boils. You can see from what
.
How much easier work would ..only hrn ,
our w fry
WOMAN OF THE YEAR- lilt part* Iton't folks at home. He was asked to check the just told you how they feel about it this
I"be If we put forth as much effort 1..11.: t. 9. down. Put: first five in order of importance to him. time too." j jc.uwn
Spencer Tracy. Katherine trying to Improve the quality of It of your MJT Lt.
Hepburn as most of us do trying to And ex- ".


--. Jcuses I for ol'ie not W.properly Ballinger attending to v. x. Tmmmty fMrwMeM. V.. *..... awe M Imtiahm, ImPAG. .


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FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE TIIKEEWUl
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IS IT PATRIOTISM?


1i' t *'JIJatl "!'fIJVd/*: Purple and Gold News The hard Fifth planting Graders and have maintaininga workedso


BGMiThe! Victory Garden. They've made
good and they've worked hard, and
"FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"FRIDAY It's about the most inconsiderate

The Bofori anti-aircraft gun.is designed thing a person can do to delib-

for greater range and heavier MARCH 6, 1943 erately walk through their garden,
calibrt than the average antiaircraft break down their plants and pull
or rapid fire gun. They are up their stakes.
mechanically intricate and more DOPEY DOIN'S YOU CAN'T RATION I MANNERS ON A DATE :: TO WHOM IT MAY Whether Or not you think it Is

costly. The two-gun Solons mount I HUMOR CONCERNWith Important is of the least consequences
costs approximately $98,000 while What's all this about Jaunlta? I Help the girl Into the car, the fact remains that
1 |la, Solons quad-mount runs up to First she was worried 'cause two We won't do-ourselves or the I Also help her out of it; :' special; attention to the I I"XYZ" I these youngster* have worked hard,

$140,000. of her boy friends were coming at I soldiers any good by going around Will she think you're a thoughtful Club, who wrote the' articlein and that what they have planted
the same time and then when they I like a lot of Gloomy Guses and I gent? ', an issue of the Purple and Gold there Is the evidence of their interest -
came, she didn't have a date with |I never seeing any fun In anything. There isn't any doubt of ill I I II 'News II Whether or not it has any

I either of them. Dames sure are Everybody knows that winning the I :: First let me say, I'm no personal actual material value is not to bo
fickle. (Or maybe she couldn't help war is all-important. We must work A girl who has a date and gives friend of anybody who works in the considered but we should consider
I I Her friends a full report, I I II I I that these boys and girls are learning -
herself.) hard in school and out but along I school cafeteria, or do I work there .
Alvene Smith has been keepingup with our work let's keep our sense! Will never be the kind of girl Therefore. everything I have to I to work together to use their
a steady correspondence with I of humor. We'll be better Americans The boys all call 'good sport." I say about your opinion comes from I. time beneficial, although this U

som army fellow. That's right, for It. Let's continue to be I i a broad mind with no prejudice. .,lust a beginning It Is good training -
Alvene keep up their morale. able to laugh even at ourselves. Each time you keep her out late :1 I think you're a selfish person .
Who was it that Doris June and S ePass SHE takes the rap, not you; 'Or you'd know that you're not the I The next time you think about
Peggy wanted to ask to go walking I 1 So be a wise old nlghtow], I I onlyporson that eats in the cafe I destroying property won't you con.i -
4 f with them last week? I think For One | And bide by Dad's curfew teria. You're probably one of those i alder who you might be hurting.I'm .
Haynes Williams was one of them.J. I. Once, in the Civil War, a soldier I 1 persons who rushes to the cafeterialike sure you never stopped to real-
T has taken a sudden Interest WM standing guard at night when Don't eat her food and hang around fire to get there before anybody ,I| ize how disappointed these chlldrn

We want our fighters to have the In Molly Bowden. Up to now he'i someone approached ;, And then leave nonchalantly; else, and wants all they can pile were when they came to school
best equipment possible and your been spending his time with Min- "Haiti! Who goes theresaid I: Just stop a bit to give your thanks, on your plate for a dime. | one mcrnlng last week and found
purchase of War Bonds will help pay nie Lee and Molly's been trying the sentry. |I That's doing: it gallantly! |I I think you have little or no that someone had more or less deliberately -
for these guns, giving them an advantage hard to land Tiny ,I I "Friend-with a bottle." was the reason to complain. If you would destroyed their Victory
over our enemies Buy War Johnny Pierce seems to be mighty I 1 answer. Girl or woman enters room- i only stop and think about the Garden Please would you like for
Bomli every payday. At least ten changeable. Some of his latest are "Pass, friend-halt, bottle!" said Boys and men must stand; quantity of candy and coca colas !i somebody to destroy any work of

percent of your income, or as muchas Betty Jane Whldden Betty Wat the sentry. I That's the rule Vlnd if you mind it, the cafeteria can get. I believe that yours regardless of whether it i
you can buy will help pay the ford, and Alice Weekly. S e |I Girls will call you grand I I you will realize that they Just good or bad?
war cost, provide you with a nest Leslie was home last week. Of The "Why" of the Letter I won't go around and they have to i ----V

egg for the future, and pay you goodInterest course you know who he went' Two "buddies" of the American I No fair yelling 'cross the way I be rationed out as sparingly as pos- I Every failure is a step to success:
V. S. r _.r,Difarimnl with. To catch 01' Susie's ear; sible to make them as far as
army were taken prisoners by the go every detection of what is false directs -
t Just to be on the safe side La- Germans during the great war. After The well-bred boys will cut the they will I haven't had a coca cola lit toward what is true; every

Washing machines and other venla came down with her beau several months the home folksof I noise in so long rye about forgotten how trial exhausts some tempting form
this time and it's no wonder because And wait 'till Susie's near. they taste but I'm not complaining.Why .
household appliances are not avail I one of them received a letter i of error-WIlliam Whe\\ell.i
able today. Manufacturers have I've heard that both Sylvia reading like this: I' don't you stop and compare f --Vj ---
I e converted their plants to war work. I Snell and Molly Bowden have taken "Dear Folks: We are now in a "Let the ladles enter first," your life with that of a school: boy i ANSWER TO CII \R \CTERI
If you save today, however, by buying ] an Interest in him. German camp and I must say thaf Is still the manners rule Jin China France, Germany and SKETCHESI
War Bonds, this money laved | Who is Bobby's secret girl friend? the Germans treat us fine They And that applies at home, when out (I even Great Brttlan, then bow your i
will start these factories rolling and I haven't heard much about her. are the greatest pople in the world And even when In school! ''head and thank Ood for America I S. Miss Finger.
put millions of Americans to work If you saw Clarence Arnold looking when it comes to taking care of I;I 1 even Okeechobee and OHS. and for No 0 Miss Johnson.

after the War Is won I blue. it was because Louise prisoners. The food is excellent, and If you'd Impress her mother our many blessings, and ask Him to 1- _-----
lN Woodall never came. Too bad! there Is lots of It. We get new i I That you're to the manner born forgive you for complaining once.
It's "congratulations" to Johnny ,| Come up and knock each time you To relieve
clothing whenever we need it, th As long as we can get stable food. COLDS
'Johnson and Edith Thomas. camp U comfortable. and they even call I I'm sure we will not suffer. Think ofS
Misery
At least we know Florrle Jordan'sguy's And don't lean on that horn!II II
take
us to the movies once a weekI i this over and ask yourself if you
I name-it's Gene McConnell. am very well and have nothing I I could do any better if you were in I s LlQl'IDI
1 It was lucky for Doris that J. D. I to Melt about. Your loving son I I' Embarrassing the boy friend |I authority in the cafeteria I / / / TABLETS
;i got to come back for a while. Jack P. S. Bill was'shot thU Is easy If you "act". V-- nooJ !UL\E
I've heard that Robert Alderman morning for complaining ( So be yourself and you'll go fat I i SOME DROPScotun
i had .a date with Betty McLaughlin I U e e And that's a Manners Fact! I I There is only one real failure in, \ DROPS

'i oh, have you heard that too? I Not So fal1' this is John", we say, 'life that Is possible. and that Is,
Gene Fulford had better be careful Crazy I To make our friends acquainted,;; not to be true to the best oneknweFarrar. i Try "Kiib-My-TUni" Wonderful
I It's dangerous going around I In the early days of our partici- i Remember THAT and introductions I ; j Liniment
I pation li the big war, a soldier ,
with married women. especially If .Will seem less bad than painted" I -
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wanted to of abroad I
get out going
RolJoin her husband Just left I
after he had been drafted and sent I The oldest in history
\ r Jean Lee thinks Eldridge Kelly is i gag
the payroll Saving plat at cute, in fact, in her own words "I I to one of the camps. Is dressing while he waits; I
your office or factory. Save a definite i LIKE him". He went about picking up every i And any boy will tell you
1'I amount every payday, ten percent I Who does "Porky" go with now? I scrap of paper he could find, glancing I It's strictly what he hates,
or more of your pay check. J Seems like he aught to have a at it. and saying aloud: I' I I
Tour pay check today buy a payday I "That ain't ill! That ain't it;;" They call Jane democratic.
"iteady"
for tomorrow and gets you $4 t tI : Then he threw the paper away I friends are rich and poor:
I I back for every $3 you Invest I At the formal party last week I and repeated the performance. His Her She says, "It's only courtesy". I
1 home of the couple were: Ada I
queer actions were reported to the
But she has fun be sure.
J Jo Ann and I I
Jane and Haynes;
Hitler found out that his high pow commanding officer who had him

, j ered mechanized and motorized and RauUe Smokle.; Ellis Jack And Wolff AlvynaSusan was disappointed examined by a doctor. The latter i i Be wise and try to plan ahead !

army bogged down In the snow and 'cause Lucille\ didn't come reported that the man wa insane When you mak" an appointment: I II t
{ mud of the Russian Winter Al- and recommended his discharge. I Last-minute cancellation
though our Army Is largely mechanized II I'I I atld Molly 'cause To RememberRespecting Joe didn't. In due time the discharge came I May cause real disappointment I
the cavalry horse is still a Thing and was handed to the soldier HP
highly essential factor in this mount. I i your elders looked at it. and said : still considered poor taste j ji
ed division and in the Field Artillery Is the least you can do, "Yep, that's It!" i| It's the phone: I
The Army also maintains remount I 'Cause some day you'll want i 1 To: over-use
hard to get
A clever girl plays
Others to respect
farms where many cavalry you. I
Far Behind the frontA And leaves the boys aloneCHARACTER
horses are bred and raised V I Ii
_
colored man found the firing ----- v !
WHAT 'CHA KNOW? at the front in France too hot for I II

i --- I II him. So he said to his feet "Feet ,
I Select the answerswhich you I do your stuff! and he soon found' SKETCHES OF
I
think best You receive five points II himself far from the place There !: OUR TEACHERS
for the last problem: the bullets were flying. He was I
1. In 660 B. C. Jlmmu Teimo I still running. when an officer stopped ,
founded the empire of. hll11."HaIU". No V.Thli,
Italy, India. Japan, Peru. I said the officer "Whatare I mischievous little redheadIs
Is a \ loveable imp. Many or-
2. Which of these did Dickens you doing?
\ not write? I "Me?" said the runaway "Ah'm 1 ganisations and projects rely on
\ Hard Times Manalrve, Pick puttln' as mush space as ah kin her assistance. She's not married.

.J1J I wick Club, Martin Chuzzlewlt. between me and them Germans!" I I but she has boy-friends in the ri to g" nt* j V'S
t studies said the army. navy, air-corps and the ma- JS S H
These select horses coat from $100to 3. An entomologist : "Go back and fight ,' the *- -.Si's'4]
$165 and our crack cavalrymen Birds, bacteria, Insects, antiques officer. rines rh yes don't forget
are expert riders and carry on the "Who Is you to ten me to go ,I quartermaster corps. If you don'tknow
traditions which have followed theo I 4 A "brat" Is: back and fight?" the colored man who: It Is by now you never Looks a bit crowded in there conductor! "

cavalry from the earliest days of A child, a nail, a sword, a musical asked. I I will. eNo ,
the Army. Purchase of War Savings instrument. "I'm a general," said the officer. i.
'
thousands fii'ilians
"In addition to of vie
,
Bonds will Insure good mounts for 5. "Memphitls Putlda" is more "Good Lord! said the colored Si.Number. many
I a the Cavalry. You and your neighbors commonly known as: man. "Ah didn't know ah wuz so I 6 has a very sweet smile are carrying lots of soldiers and sailors on furlough -

1 1\ k buying War Bonds and Stamps A oanary, a skunk, a carnation far and a winning personality. She and often entire train-loads of troops. Yet
\I '. regularly every pay day can help common cold. backr'V I doesn't use force to maintain discipline tht Seaboard is its best to make all
J U. S. I she do Is doing passengersas
buy these horses for the receive one point for all has to say
8. You
Cavalry. Invest at least 10 percent | each moving picture and its star 0. H. S. HIT PARADE something in her own sarcastic way comfortable as possible. .
of your income in War Bonds. 'and you'll be quiet the rest of the
"I 'you You've match Oot correctly Me Covered.: 1. "Cupid's Stupid. Isn't He- I peri"d. Her classes all deal with "Okay, conductor We folks who are not in the

I f Tractors and motori: will never B A. Andy Hardy's Double Life. Tiny to Molly : the same dry subject. StTt'I'ctlarl ready to put up with any uuonvtnienct;

I VLholl rct>.aee the Army Mule as a C. For Me and My Gal 2. "Moonlight Becomes You"J. I The answers will be found on this when we travel these days, -.' ? ...".'. ""., ....
1 T. factor In the mobile units of our D. Palm Beach Story. T. to Minnie Lea page. I ...., ...
I Mule is a tradition dont You Tall In Love
t army. The Army 'E. Random Harvest. i 3. "Why V
b!' and the "mule linner": is a I With Me?"-Jack to Lucille. SEABOARD RAILWAY
I1. Mickey Rooney ADVICE TO THELOVELORN
Mulesare to : "
himself. Army Silvanus
Beloved
I t breed unto 4. "Dearly e
used by the Field Artillery and 2, Greer Oarson Jean Lee. \\JY WORKS j I
Garland. L CPFP BUYING WAI
where the 3 Judy \ [ Of
in areas Mlne"Mlldredto
the Cavalry
5' "This Love of fORy
1 'e--'' / BOND AND ITAMPI
terrain! II rough and tractors cannot 4. Bob Hope. ,
Bobby. Dear Auntie Trlpplechlns: r V
5. Claudette Colbert. VICTORYNOTICE
,
operate Call You Sweetheart"Glen worried. You know the
V 6. "Let Me I I'm really

When unconscious of a mistake, to Perilee. other day my best girl friend's boy j 1 iJ ))) Qgo.0... : .; ;-..
one thinks he Ia not mistaken; but 7, "Just You"-J. P. to Doris 'friend asked me for a date. I really ,
this false consciousness does not I 8 "Somebody Else Is Taking My like him and wanted to go with
{ I the fact, or Its results; suffering Place"-Damon to Sylvia. 'him, but was afraid I'd hurt my I
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I and mistakes recur until one 9. "Miss You"-Phylls to Connie girl friend's feelings, After I had !

i Is awake to their cause and char- 10. "My Devotion" Betty to told him I wouldn't go with him,, I
acter.-Mary Baker Eddy. Leslie. I learned that my girl friend was
.V dating somebody else that night.

:: l j STAFF THE IDEAL STUDENTGIRL Yet and, later I wished she learned I'd gone her with boyfriend him. To Landowners in Everglades Drainage District:

I. asked me for a date, and she has
Editor in Chief.... ......Molly Bowden acted peeved ever since. The Everglades Art which became law June 3, 1941, containsthe
.. In mountainous lee' Assistant Editor.. ..Sllvanus Harden The eyes of June Cheshire If he should ask me for a date following provision:

tors Pack are trains often necessary and here Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall The disposition of Jo Ann Berka. again, should I go? I SECTION 13:
the mule, slow but iure-footcd, plays Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon The figure! of Inez Hazellief. I Sincerity effect for two ((2) years from the date this Act shall become a
.' an Important role. Our Army buy. Class Reporter .. .." June Cheshire The smile of Betty Jane Whldden. I Answer law and at the expiration of such ((2) years period then the fee
thousands of mu!.. paying from 1I7J Club Reporter ... Estelle Sanderfur The complexion of Lucille John- Dear Sincerity: simple title to all lands against which there remains outstandingany
to $IDO for each The mule eats 1 Social Reporters: Harry P. Own- son i If your girl friend does not value such tax sale certificates, or tax liens shall become absolutely
declare The hair of Betty Watford vested In the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
less, carries more and some berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous her special friendship with this boy
Is smarter than the horse Reporters and Typists The voice of Betty Mason. enoubh to be true to him I think District and every tight, title or interest of every nature or kind
whatsoever of the former owner of said property, or- anyone
of War Bends and Bertha date him. She
Your purchase : Katheryn Sweatt BOY you are Justified to
claiming bthrouRh or under him. or any one holding any lien
Stamps helps pay for these Army Mercer, Perilee Hunt Jack Coke The eyes of Clyde Durrance. I might not like it first, but she'llget thereon shall cease, terminate and be at an end and the Boardof
.?. 'Mules. Invest at least ten percent i Joe 'Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie The intelligence of John Neff. I over it Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be auth-
Bonds every
'... of your Income In War I Walker Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda The physique of Billy Williams. Auntie Trlplechlns orized and empowered to sell the said lands? as provided by law,
., pay day. U S Tn-mnry 0">arfiM" Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson Zelda The profile of Johnnie Jenkins. V
Thin notice Is for protection.
V published your
I Johnson Martha Walker, Plorrie The complexion of Gilbert Don- Failure indicates that energy has f

;. Little News Ads, .pay .big | Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marion aldson been poured into the wrong chan EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT

"., Send The News to friends i Martin. The wit of 'Porky" Draughon. nel.-D. Brande.

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