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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: March 12, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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 38 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 12, 1943 Price Five Cents

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LIONS CLUB HAS I -. -.,? ..--p.I ..,--.. 1 MARY LOUISE ZANDERTO
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News and Views tied
ATTENDANCE AND PLANS I' WED WAYNE AIIO OF Cross Needs
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FOR njTTRE ACT1MTY ; .' ',< MICHIGAN NEXT MONTH
. Of Okeechobee i I I More Funds On
I The Okeechobee Lions Club met t r Til': Greatest Motlicr'in I Mr and Mrs. F. W. Zander announce I
: last night at the office of K E. I the engagement and a.p-
. Men I In ServiceCaptain Stello with a very good attendance the. World | preaching marriage of their daughter Account Of War
j Louise to Aho
This is the, second meeting of the Mary Wayne ,
local Lions club since It was organized f' son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Aho of -

Joseph O. Fisher, who Is they having held their first I Negaunee. Mich. All donations
:4 made to Red
: Cross
Miss Zander from
was graduated
stationed at San Antonio. Texas is meeting on Thursday night of last Mi' are deductible
from Income tax, and
I Okeechobee High School and from
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week at the Nix Cafe
on a leave. visiting his family, I' of will be used throughout the chap
the Florida at
which Is staying with Mrs. Fisher The club has. decided to hold t a > University ter to
promote and
Gainesville with a B. S. E. degree. maintain ser-
sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and meeting each Thursday night but vices and
She Is teaching In the Delray Beach meet chapter operating
Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovltz. they will hold a luncheon but oncea i a expenses
month at the present time. elementary school.
Many matters of business were Mr. Aho received his A. B. degree National Red Cross will use Its
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parkerson received transacted at the meeting last night 1 at Northern State Teacher's College share of funds raised, 49%, approximately
a letter this week from their and the general arrangements for i Marquette Mich.. and has as follows: one half for
son J. P.. in which he said that he 1 charter night which is March 29 1 done graduate work at the University service to the armed forces, one
was stationed at Jacksonville. He are being worked out. The clulexpects LVI4.: of Michigan at Ann Arbor, He fifth for disaster relief, one tenth
enlisted in the navy several weeks Is an assistant instructor of radio for civilian war aid. one twelfth for
a number 01 out 01 (own ,
ago and is now taking his boot visitors on that occasion ,VPp44 engineering at Boca Ration Field assistance to chapters one seventh
training at training camp in Jacksonville -----v The wedding will be In April. I for other contingencies. All financial -
--VMaster -- reports of the National Red
Farmers Should : Cross are audited the
/' \ ; I by War Department
:
Morris Chandler! who is stationed I' I Minds i of the United States. The
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at the naval training station at ,. \\:1. I II President of the United States is
Bambrldge. Md., spent several daysof I Deduct LossesI / I II Run Farms I the official head of the Red Cross,
this week here with his parent I By and Norman H. Davis, the executive -

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler. I From Income : I chairman was appointed by
I him.
Remote Control
C. H. Ward ha returned to his I I --- I II f There are 3,753 chapters and 6I ,-
home here after spending three .\ 000 branches of the Red Cross in
I Losses Incurred In >he op'rati >n. I Ir I II I
months In the army. He was hon this country and its possessions. In
f farms as business enterprises arc i, li.v III "".:LI. K\\
orably discharged from the army I deductible from gross Income. If g There is an old gag about the | them, 3.500,000 volunteer women
post at Camp White. I have produced for the armed i>rand
Oregon. i government enumerator who was : -
I' farm products are held for favorable I ces United
Nations 520,000,000
taking farm livestock
markets no deduction on (account a census of
Staff Sergeant Purmel Hargravesleft of shrinkage In weight or He had counted the horses pigs I surgical dressings.
last night to return to the physical value or by reason 01 deterioration I and cows and was gewinu along War emergency has necessitatedan
army training camp at Greenwood, In storage is allowed! all] right until he encountered an I increase In Red Cross salaried
Miss., after spending a short fur- except as such shrinkage mabe animal in the field that he could't personnel from 1087 employees to
lough here with his parents. Mr. 6242. Red Cross workers
identify. are now
reflected in an Inventory it used ]in I) I
and Mrs. W. B. Hargraves and determining profits.! Rushing to a telephone he got located in every Important army
family. While here he also visited I The destruction by fret ".tour. The Department of Agriculture on I and navy station in the U. S. and
his brother at.Clewlston. I flood or fire of a prospertUo crop Svnihnlic. of the roll, the Red Oc .. It again playing the 1913 lied j I the wire and appealed for help. I with all task forces abroad, offerIng -
I is not a deductible loss in om- Cro. V* nr und porter drpii'U the orguni/ulion a 1 a mother ministering He explained that ha had listed all 24 hour a day service to the
Albert Berka Jr. was transferredthis lo the n.-.''.. of the I men of the InileJ Suic armed forte and the victimi the animals but one a funny looking men of our armed forces.
Income since it i
puting representsthe of war ihrmtuhoul llic: ,,,111.1. "he poster U in ,pllI'allo all men anil women
week from Camp Blandlng to critter that was old and dirty Red Cross its tremendous -
i operates
loss of anticipated profits which fur n "cu < in < Ii". lie War Fund Lawrence Wilbur noted Illustrator. ,
Camp Wheeler. Oa. an air corps have never been reported as in-1! ir l':"ti. >! .'. pi- r I':I li'ii Miiollrr li the model. I with a long beard and a sad face. ousiness 57600.000 expended
training center. In a letter to his ome Likewise a farmer engagedin i I How should he list It? In the past year, at a cost of about
mother Albert stated he had foundno raising and selling livestock. I During the past few years the 4%. This is made possible only by
Okeechobee boy at Camp such as cattle sheep and hogs. is AIR CRASH IN ALASKA ,I Parrots OutLast Federal government, through the the volunteer time given by millions
Wheeler but many former studentsof not entitled to claim as a loss the I FATAL TO ('PL. J\S. W. i Camp creation of various agricultural of people who believe In Red Cross
the University of Florida are value of animals that perish from : ALDERMAN: FEBKl'ARV? \I boards bureaus, commissions committees and work for it all over the coun
there and they have started a stiff administrations and authorities
imon those animals that were
try.In
course of training.. ilsed on the farm except as such / Cpl. James W Alderman. 26. was I Friday afternoon the Girl i has reduced the mis-termed the area offices of NationalRed
loss is reflected In an Inventory. If I killed in an airplane accident in Scout Parrots packed their equipment I 'independent' former to a puppeton Cross administration, all sal-
Pvt. Lawrence McCarthy of Boca used. If livestock has been Alaska Feb. 12, his parents Mr. and for an over-night camping his own plantation. aries are paid from an endowment
Raton Field spent last Sunday in chased for any purpose, and Mrs. Enoch Alderman 314 Lake- I' trip, and hiked out to Mr. Hen- Desk men, city slickers smart fund established .from money left
Okeechobee wIth his uncles D. ward dies! from disease pur-I view Ave., were notified by tele- dry's pasture and spent the night. young lawyers and bureaucratic the organization for that specific
and J. D. McCarthy. .... B.I I njury'or'Is killed by ofaer'of : '''gnun fromthe >War Dcp. .trninct I >fr..JTwidry, we thar-lc you for livIng -. lounge-lizzards now do all his planning purposey-not froirr-roll-call or war,
authorities a State or the Thursday. I us permission to camp In your for him. Of course he is still fund receipts.To .
Paul Shuler. former Okeechobee States the actual purchase price of Cpl. Alderman's wife. Mrs. Shirley pasture. We found it an Ideal place. supposed to do all the "dirt" work refute charges that in the first
boy has been appointed by the such livestock, less any depreciation Alderman St. Louis Is In that and the nice part was that we did and produce more and better crops,, world war Red Cross sold articlesto
War Department as state purchu-I allowable as a deduction In respect city attending the University of I not have to form a scavenger huntto but the details are all taken care the armed force, National has
ing agent for the armed of such perished livestock may be Washington. The couple was married find wood enough to cook our of by master minds. issued a statement that it does not
der the marketing bureau wIth deducted as a loss if the loss Is at St. Louis about six months victuals. 1 They lend him money for his operations now nor has It ever charged for
headquarters in Jacksonville not compensated for by Insurance ago. When we arrived at our camp ; tell him what to plan any article or service furnished
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or otherwise. The actual cost of | Cpl. Alderman. a graduate of site It was getting late so we Immediately and where; furnish him seeds and rom the funds or supplies contrib-
Sgt. Julian Morrison and wife of ether property (with proper adjust Palm Beach High School, enlistedIn began to gather our fertilizer and control his every uted to it. In 1917-18, at the request -
Columbus. Oa., who have been visiting ments for depreciation which is the army Oct 13. 1940. the day wood and then set up camp. Jo move Now if this amazing service of the United States Army,
his mother Mrs. W. H. Rus- destroyed by order of State or Fed- before the first selective service Ann and Polly Day were the cooks was of a sane and practical nature Red Cross operated several feeding
sell the past week. left for their 'eral authorities may likewise be registration. for supper and they served us delicious i and worked in practice like it doeson stations for soldiers on leave.
home Wednesday Sgt. Morrison is I claimed as a loss. If reimbursementIs Except for relating how Cpl. Alderman hot dogs, with pickles and paper everything would be abroad and at the army's request
stationed at Fort Bennlng, Oa. made by a State or the United was killed and the date the I all that goes with them. We had swell. But the pitiful part of it Is. basic cost of food was charged.It .
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States in whole or in part on account telegram gave no other details I apples cookies, and oranges. Although it just DON'T will be seen from the above
507 C A. 'AM> Hq Bt. of stock killed or other prop- stating further Information wouldbe we ate until we could eat To make sure he will have plenty that Red Cross expenditures have
2nd B. N. erty destroyed in respect of whicha sent In a letter. no more I don't believe anybody I I of farm machinery, about everything increased ten-fold in the past year
Long Beach. Calif. loss was claimed in a prior year Cpl. Alderman was known In kept Miss Finger awake with the i he needs for his operations, and it Is for that reason that we
S?t. Junmle H. BelRHel.o ;. the amount received is required to'' both Palm Beach and West Palm ,, stomach ache that night I from a currycomb to a tractor is now embark upon the greatest
Bryant: be reported as income for the I Beach. A sister. Betty of the Lake- We finished supper about nine : "frozen". Warehouses throughoutthe money raising project ever under-
Just a few lines to let you hear year In which reimbursement Is | view Ave. address, also survives o'clock, and then proceeded to country are loaded with everything taken in the history of the organi-
from me. This leaves me O K., made. The cost of any feed Palm Beach Post.CALIFORNIA >'make ready for bed. We played a I from balling wire to bean zation, the goal being 125 million
hope you are the same. pasture or care which has been V i ."ew games and then crawled Into pickers. The government even controls dollars.
My mother sent me your paper: deducted as an expense of operation COUPLE: GET bed. Oh yes, I forgot, we wrotea the manure spreaders I'm If Okeechotee Chapter is to fill
sure do get a lot of enjoyment out must not be Included as OKEECHOBEE NEWS EACII "round robin" letter to one of its quota, It will be necessary for
of I t. You know how us old 'Chobee part of the cost of the stock for I II WEEK AND ARE II\PFY our friends who Is In the U S. Air told.Now if the farmer needs a belt each and every worker to doubleall
boys are-want to know what is the purpose of ascertaining the Corps and thanked him for a delicious for his cream separator, instead of past efforts. However, It Is not
happening; at home. I I amount of a deductible loss. 1602 Vassar Ave.. Fresno Calif. box of candy he sent us last calling a dealer and having it de- the policy of the American Red
would like for you to write and If gross Income Is ascertained by'he I March 2, 1943 week. We used for stationery a livered, he must contact the nearest Cross t) "high pressure" prospec-
tell me just what It will cost me use of Inventories, no deduc- The Okeechobee News. brown sack, and wrote It by fire I government wet-nurse, fill outa tive donors. People who give against
to get the paper mailed out hereto tion can be taken separately for Okeechobee Florida ight it was fun writing him and lengthy application blank and their better Judgment will never be
me, say for the rest of the year. we Just hope he can read it. Thenwe while organization.
livestock or products lost during Our Dear Friends: fool around a month or so friends of the
Will close for now. the year, whether purchased fcr Enclosed herewith is a money got into bed and had our even- some guy up in Washington decides S
Your friend resale or produced on the farm as order to renew our subscription to i .ng devotion. Miss Finger read usa whether or not he really needs a
Jlmmie H. Belle. I valued from 3-4-43 to ; story and about 11 o'clock all failure was an even
such losses will be reflected In the your paper that a crop
Inventory by reducing the amount 3444. were sound asleep. The night was belt.Florida farmers have been askedto greater reflection on themselvesthan
Wed. Nile; March 3 of livestock or products on hand at I I Intended sending this money ;beautiful and sleeping under the I grow more peanuts. In order to on the farmer.

Dear Bryant: the close of the year, which has the last week but was called up to Frl- stars made us more conscious than do so, they must make application Now with governmental control,
Will you please print this little effect of reducing !gross Income ant on a Job for a few days and ; ever of the greatness of God, ahd I get a permit and be properly signed what happens to the farmer seemsto
message to my friends in the good from business by the amount of lust returned home yesterday.Both how thankful we should be for our up. If they want seed, and most of) be a matter of small Import. He
"oe: Nevis' lor me. Thanks very the loss. of us are well and happy treat American States especially them seem to have the crazy Idea Is supplied hl/< .seed must PAY
much you don't know how much' If an Individual owns and operates and we look forward to the arrivalof I Florida. they do, the government will take CASH for it, and keeps his fool
I appreciate your doing this. I a farm In addition to being your paper each week for news I The cooks for breakfast were care of that too, All the farmer mouth shut if it proves worthless.
engaged In another trade or busiNess from Okeechobee where so many I Mary Alberta, Mary, and Nancy. has to do is sign an agreement The same goes for fertilizer It Is
To All My Friends: I calling and sustains a loss I of our friends live. So please do For dinner we were served by agreeing to pay cash for the seed none of his business what the analysis -
This is Just a line to let you from the farming operations such ] keep the paper coming to us with- 'I' Ernestine, Wanda and Barbara and and at the same time waiver all is. He must take It and like It.
know new address; Pvt. Teddy I the Carol. We came home about 12:30: seed legislators of
my losses may be deducted fr"m gross out Interruption. Please change protection under the Florida Over the years the
Oreenberger 29th Cavalry Hq & income received from all sources in expiration date on the mailing o'clock dirty and happy. All had law if they fall to germinate. In Florida have made a conscientious

Hq. Troop, Camp Whitslde, Ft. determining the taxpayer's net income I wrapper to 3444. a good time.A short, the farmer holds the well- effort! to protect the farmer by requiring
alle)'. Kans.I : provided such farm Is not With best wishes to you from V- known '.bag". He Is guaranteed that seeds and fertilizer
want all of you to continue operated for recreation or pleasure.' your friends, CORRECTION nothing, all he has to do Is PAY, sold In this state meet certain
writing me as you have in the past i If a farm Is operated for recreation I Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Armstrong.Cpl. and if the seeds are no good and standards. Commissioner of Agri-
I have the reputation of getting I I I or pleasure and not on a commercial V In our article last week about the fail to grow, that's his hard luck. culture Nathen Mayo is charged
more mall than any other boy In j jour I' I basis and if the expenses''' Frederick Kohl of Camp bond refunding of the City of Maybe thq farmer can remember, with the duty of making necessary
trcop. Boys from all over the' Incurred In connection therewith I Murphy spent the week end in Ckeechobee bonds we said "the when he used to work out his own tests and Inspections to see that
U. S know of Okeechobee Florida j'! are In excess of the receipts there Okeechobee calling on friends. plan of composition provides for refunding problems and manage his own affairs such maertals are as represented.
now I have told them all about l I from the entire receipts from the t't'I fifty-five per cent of the how the seedsmen would sup- Eut now the Federal government
our wonderful. friendly I town anda I, sale of products may be Ignored In Dr. Matthew Steinberg and his total bonded debt as of January 1, ply seeds on credit, if necessary contends that wttat It sells the
good part of them have decided Tendering a return of income, and i I Ithe wife of Charleston S. C., are VisIting 1942, thereby cancelling approxi- and guarantee their quality. Most Florida farmer is its own business
to. come there to live after the war expenses Incurred being reI I Dr. Steinberg's sister and mately $50,00000 of the debt"That reputable seed houses went to far and the State of Florida has no
Is over. I have one of the folders about Okeechobee. that were made j SteinbergIs stated that they were cancel- the bulk of
not constitute allowable deductions Zelmenovitz. Mrs. have ,'money back guarantee" which was Maybe that's the way
up about a year ago. and I have j for Federal Income tax purposes. leaving Friday. I ling 500000.00 of the old debt backed by years of honest, reputable the farmers want it, maybe they
advertised our town all over the -0- V dealing. We used to call that like >being nursed and slapped,
camp. nothing makes me feel so such at Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crum of Dr. and Mrs. T. T, Coleman and I kind; of trading "free enterprise"and around. but it's contrary to all the
I'm enjoying the army life Very ], home 1 Moore Haven, spent Saturday night Mrs. Margaret Taggart spent Saturday a firm, to stay in business and principles we are supposed to be
much now and I have put on a lot I hope this letter finds all of you and Sunday here visiting Mr. and and Sunday in Miami. Dr. ucceed, guarded jealously its 'reputation fighting! for, and maybe that's why
of weight. I haven't been sick since I well and happy, for that Is the wayit I Mrs Hope Bamet. Coleman made the trip there to attend and that of its products. our farmers everywhere are gettingogether
I've been in the service. I leaves me. a meeting of defense workers They knew the farmer didn't HAVE and forming Farm Bureaus -
I'll close now and I want all ftf As ever, FOR RENT FIve-room house from the Miami area while Mrs. to deal with them-he could trade with the view of having
you to be sure to write. I have been I Teddy. with lights and water. Good loca Coleman and Mrs. Taggart visited 'where he got the most value.andthe something .to ay about it, as d
receiving the News each week and S e tion. Price reasonable. p p Evans friends best trtatment. They also knew unified group, in the future,








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TWO THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, !MARCH 12. 1943 ,
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Nd\1S\\-E J, Wilson who Is employed at -- -- OTIK. TO ('HI'IIITOII": NOTI'eOF' INTF>TIO\ TO .ITPI.T
< "It Takes loth"I IV TUB ( )H'II1' ()I' 'I1IB I'(It'NTY.it KK I'\'''I< \UK Ol
I Tampa spent the week end herewith Legal Advertisements 'JMIK, OKIICIKIHIK:, : rnr.vrY, KI'KdVl" OK KK'IL hdlMI.ATION: :
his family. FLORIDA, In 1-rulilltv MURK H 1IKUKU' II\KN That
j jOkN'chobee In n ..'ote ofKA'IIII.KKV ill tin Hpioliiii of the I l.iKlxliiture of the
Published Every Friday by the ] -0- --- iYAItM\S State of Florida tn convpiie In April!,
WANTED Trainmen, switchmen n'coII."II, IIHJI iiiillPHtliui| |, will Im made for the
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News Co, at Okeechobee -
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Not.Ii:! I'n nil irtMlltiiri and, nil ppriuni hnvIII "IUIIIMIKP "f "I'fi'1"' or lopul 1 li'glslntliin,
Okeechobee County, Florid. ; telegraphers Apply to the undersigned OkriM'liuhfM* riinntKlnrlilu, I If ('III 1m. or lIl'lllllllllH HUM llUt the ,"hotOIl<'" of which will be 01
Mnrrh I II, 11)411.NOI'ICR : ,lollunxAn ,
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BRYANT BOWDEN .............. Editor I I and physical condition. Not pursuant to Reel Inn l II of Chapter IHJIMI I, notlflpil nail required you to present are hereby any Silllrniuxge DlHtrlit, a drain
- necessary to have had previous I I. 1"t Flnrlila, Artl llltT.: known athi I'liilnm find ili'innnili ,,'hlo'b011., or nin ilimrlit urKiiulXBd' l flub exist
Entered as second class matter railroad I experience P. L. Oaddls ". M lT III'IIV luiiil In ACT uki'i'rhohi'e, Iho fallowing Oiuilr doAhab -, ell ant her ate IIr of yon Kathleen, limy have'1h'l'oruann'nitHlimt ileiiiiHpil Ib..1 Inn nniliT the rcrhiln Inn Innilii of Florldu In Dkpp-ou,11'lIIh.11I1I )

July 1, 1914 at the Post OffIce In I Superintendent Florida East Coast Kl.irliln, will Ije ulfrrpil, for sub Atenhieethto l, Info of liitvnl rotintv Florlilii, I r h nlrl." 1'n unfv, Klorldn. ; rinipplllntfI'M.
Okeechobee Florida under the Railway Company, New Smyrna I ihlli, outcry thehrtgut ,In. the linn. 'I'1', Conely, Jr., Couiitj .' IIIXPK of tin IHNtrlit against
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I 1" Act of March 8, 1879 I Beach, Florida. 'In. 7'rn.to' -" of thp iMtiTiinl ImiiniM'iiii nffli-p In thn County Courthouse III"III"'f'IoII''r liinilM' from furlbcr Dlmrli't, inxpi ;
.-- -o- >iii fund' to reJiH-t OilY and all bliln, t iki'wholioe County, Klor- npriiilltlnic, 'Imiilouiiprii, nt Ihi'lr opHun -
--SUBSCRIP'nON RATE i 1 H the Court Hoiini, lit 10 \, 11, an tb..1: Mil, nltliln, eight inniithii frnlllh to |pay lilKlrlif") hues illri'ctlo ,
The true way to live is to bring 'Illh' dun, i>f Airll| 19 1.1.: KimiMni'iit: dale of HIP first .pnhllmtloii hprpof I Trc'imurpr of thn MlHtrlct providing
One rear In advance on 1200 I'm I'n"j right of \'aVIH) fart ", ii'' I for rpi'ord to IIP niniln there
All iliilni
to each duty that comes to our and ill'inn nil* nut |irpm>nti>il <
Six months In advance ..... ...... 100 I I' nil! I ln> ri'Bi'rvnl from any panelihrouirh ) within I hi' 1111' nnil In the ninnnprliroHrrllmil of mill ire to lop \paid Tax {'nl.Io"r .
hand our wisest thought and our I nhlih there Is nn nlMtlnit' In I'linnpctlon therewith,
.r.y hprpln hull ho bnrrpilprnvlili'il I
Three months In advance ...... .75
i arias Road I and ralldiit
l test skill -J R. Miller. i h>' Inw. rHtlf\liiK. roiillunlng
I It takes both a Punch and Judy l.nt" 7 to It Ino,, Elk n, Bnmi'i Doled M.ir.'h alb A. P, 1041.ILMAV Inn' ipitnhi in..I" of tbe Hoard of
Advertising bills are payable on V I to stag a pantomime show and two siilnllvlHlon.' I \\' P. IIMCII. Hiiiprvl| .or uffl"' ('r and llpcolvirof
We must not let go manifest hands to pull the strings behind the I Loin' 1 'In 12 '"r., Blk, 2, FlrMililltliin A* AilinliilHlriitiir. nun tpHinniPiiloMlllll the HlKtrlPt.
the first of each month. Parties I scenes It takes both War Bonds i \ to Hniithprn 1'lnPi, "Ml of the Kxllltl': llf KlItllll'I'MDcYnnnnn Bi\HI dK PKHVIsoim. op
unknown to publishers required to ''all truths because we cannot answer and taxes to finance the staggering j I.on liiiHK 1 KnliillvliilonritlXTKrM mill 2, Blk, 1), Wrlvlitv I Deocnwd. I\OI.K: : IHV M I'IIPitIIN.IHNDIs'I'lil'f :
about them-Jeremy
questions -- --- -- --- ---
pay in advance. Collier cost of this global war, Buy War IW! THE 1NTEItC.IL111rEovrIrrN'r \ITKh I, ----- ----- -- .. -- -
I Bonds and more War Bonds every FIND. OF 'I'111': .
I I I albs II IK h'rf'loy given Hint I I. llnrn I IU II keep with you, wherever
Reading! notices In local columns V payday u you pay your Victory Tax, STATE OF Ft.OKlIU I I '. Illlltll.. llllllltf llllHlllPHI' III I 111' city I II sways
S. 1 rcasury Diparlmcnt ItUov H. rtaiili'rHnn. Agent of (ikipihiilx-p. Klnrliln, iiiiiler the firm I your course may lie, the company
10 cents a line Rates for display Of this we may be sure: that TniHii'pii; I. I. Kniiil iilipoilinlu'o' I ;nit, "HIP nub m\p: ) iif: "iikpoi'linliop: : I Hnttpn I' of great thoughts.-H. H Asquith.
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profit are chargeable at rdvertlalnf imish o'er he 'work oi! His hand Buy Mr 2: -' r; talt.III:! iiciiitintfl flying to me and tn M terrg ?

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member of the 10 percent Club. I
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duty, but my privilege" ("How do U
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Simpkins "Don't bother me with
these details" said Leonoia)-my ;
privilege as an American to Invest
Bid g 4 it least ten percent of my income

In War Bond "Just one more question before you go, also mentioned a booklet written about

fours truly," Judw, What is this thing called propaganda Hitler's government telling how Hitler's
LOADED like a pack.horse-Iuggage flying, this "Get that oft at once, \Miss Simp- ?"
you !hear so much talk about these days gang wants to maintain contact with foreign
kin said Leonora. "Yes, Ma'amlYou
good old offender dashes up breathless and certainly are an Important I 11 give you an example, Hank. Last temperance organizations and how it contributes

LATE. Perhaps he hasn't realized that today'swar woman ma'am" said \Miss Simp- niiiht I was reading an interesting little book annually to an international temperance

travel conditions do not permit such delays. kins. called' Hitler is in Favor' It told how Hitler union.
Letter from on actual communi would very much like to see Americans fighting You can bet Hitler isn't interested in
Fighting men and war workers must be movedon cation In the files of the Treasury
among themselves over prohibition because seeing prohibition advanced in our country
.chedule-and that means time must not be Department) (/. S.7rraaryDromrnTHIS / I that would create disunity waste the for any reason except that he knows it's a
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tained. arguments and cripple our war effort. It they mean by propaganda Hank."

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FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1911 TIlE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE
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Editor In 'Chief'?".._"Molly Bowden Dopey DoinsI.
Assistant Edltor..Sllvanug Harden Purple and Gold News"FOR

Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall REELY DOL1TTLE

Sports Reporter.Weldon Draughon Gossip's really been flyln' this
Class Reporter ...... ." June Cheshire A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" week. Just wait till you hear it.We've .
Club Reporter ... Estelle Sanderfur
heard that L. P. had a
Social Reporters: Hatry P. Green- -------- i date with Juanell last week and

I berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous MARCH 12, 1943 I that Juanell also had a date with
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Reporters and Typists I Clyde and then we heard that
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: Katheryn Sweatt Bertha estlng, Virginia Lee Culbreth. who were yet In elementary school I I Clyde dated Sylvia Snell. Clyde
I Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack Coker, Director Constance Finger. GIRL SCOUTING OF THE WORLD and the Interest in our- meetings; are you slipping, remember Juan-

I Joe Underhill, Sylvia SneU, Marie Business Manager Sllvanus Har-, I became slack and it looked like we !i ita?

I Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda den. AMERICA AND OKEECHOBEE were about to go on the rocks when Charles Margraves also had

Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- Prompters Jack Coker and Phylls I Miss Finger through some miracle more than one date last week He
da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- Cason. I came back to us in October and was with Betty Mae Thomas and

rle Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon Stage Maron Martin immediately scouting began to Betty Barber. Betty Mae was also
Martin. I Harry Paul managers Oreenberger: and Joe . Not In vainI laws and promises with more appreciation come back to life. She separatedthe seen with Jack Duke. Too she gets

I Underhill I By day or star-light, thus from : and meaning than ever older girls from the younger sweet letters from Albert Berka,
first dawn before: Have noticed that Ellis and
- my
I making two patrols. The older girlsare you
Ushers: Martha Walker, Eva
I Nelle Hall Estello Sanderfur and ''Of childhood didst thou Intertwine The Girl Scout Trefoil is a sym- "The Gators" and are: Adai Idell have been keeping steady

Student Council June Cheshire I j for me bol of the three parts of our Prom- Jane Casen, Mollle Boettger, Peggy company lately Look out Ellis.
I I The passions that build up our ises. ; Chandler, Alice Hancock Lucille Laurens or Alyvena might not like
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V 1 human souls, "On my honor, I wilt try- I Johnson Idell Tomllnson and Ruth this.

MeetingMr. What 'Cha Know? Not with the mean and vulgar To do my duty to God and Simmons Four of these girls are I i Joe Wolfl dated Lavena, "Sue",
works of Man. my country, second class Girl} Scouts and have last week. He, too, had another

But with high objects, with enduring To help other people at all uniforms, while the others are I date.' It was with Juanita, but
Williams met with the Stu- 1 things I limps, working hard toward this goal but then he saw Juanita riding with

dent Council last Tuesday and the Select the answers which you With life and Nature; purifyingthus I To obey the Girl Scout lams, are new in scouting. The younger I| Maron. We never can tell about

following achievements were worked think best. The Girl Scout Laws are: girls call themselves "The Parrots"and that girl.Phyllis.
out 1. Which Is not a breed of dog? The elements of 'feeling and of "A Girl Scout's honor is to be are bubbling over with enthu- I went to see Connie last

1. Planting Poinsettas in frontof a. Beagle. b. Boxer. c. Yonkers. thdught, trusted.A siasm. They are: Jo Ann Berka SC. i I week-end. Not the hasn't forgotten

the High School d. Collie. 1 And sanctifying by such discipline Girl Scout is loyal. Nancy BoetUer TF. Polly Gay \ him, yet.Donald.
2. Trimming the pine trees. 2. "Finis" b a Latin word meaning Both pain and fear-until we "A Girl Scout's duty is to be Oreenberger SC. Carol Hancock TF. i Mack would like for Lucille -

3. Cleaning around the trees. : I recognize useful and to help others."A 1 Susan Hancock SC Mary Howell t to like him but she doesn't
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4. Hauling !sawdust for high a. End. b. Finland c. Fish A grandeur in the beatings of the Girl Scout Is a friend to- all SC, Ernestine Hunt SC. Mary Alberta ;i so he has his dates with Margaret

jumping. d. Find I heart.Wordswol.th.. and a sister to every 9ther Girl Loutham SC Barbara Moore i Upthegrove.
5. Hauling sand to fill holes 3, Which had the largest population Scout. SC and Wanda Nix SC. These girls Both "Porky" and Jack Coker

around school building. by the census of 1920? I It was in 1908 when Sir Robert "A Girl Scout is courteous. have taken part in several com- 'dated Perilie last week. and say

6. Construction of ovens behind a. MiamI. b. Tampa. c. Pensa- 1 Baden-Powell! founded the organization "A Girl Scout is a friend to ani munity projects.: Have taken partIn you should read one of the sweet
school to be used for class parties. cola d Jacksonville. which was to be known as mals. a number of community pro- letters she wrote to Gene.
7. The construction of an obstacle 4. Which county had the largest \1 the Boy Scouts. Sir Robert Baden- A Girl Scout obeys orders. trams; have worked hard on their Bobby Paige has paid special attention -

course. population by the 1940 census? Powell was a courteous: self-reliant, A Girl Scout is cheerful.: scout ranks have maintained most to Inez HazelUef lately.
8. Urging better school attendance a. Dade. b. Duval. c. Hlllsboro. observant, English gentleman. The i "A Girl Scout is thrifty. of the improvements In the scout :I' Why, what's happened to Mildredand

through the newspaper I d. Marlon. Boy Scout organization was a courteous "A Girl Scout is clean in thought, room; have been camping twice: Perllee?
9. The building of a bicycle rack 5. A musical Instrument played self-reliant. observant, handy I word and deed." have held a rummage sale, and I What's this about J. W. Jordan.

In the basement. by turning a crank U a: group strong in peace and useful The Girl Scout Troop of Qkee-, made $23.00 thus paying all their and Esther Hall? Better watch out,

10. Posting a list of chapel pro I a. Hurly-burly, b. dlrty- ertle.I In war though distinctly nit milItary chobee was organized March 12. national membership dues up to 'J. W., sailors like to keep their

grams. I| c. Hurdy-gurdy. d. purty-birdle. In principle precept The Boy 1942 with Its first meeting held ir l date and mark their first birthday girls for, them&ej\'Cb.
11. The Working out of a tennis I 6. You receive one point for 1 Scout idea spread enthusiastically the Methodist Church annex, and I by having all their obligations t:" Louise Wotxlall and Johnny Jenkins -

tournament. I each state and city you match cor- through the- British Empire and only 10 girls present. Our Troop Is the national organization paid in had better start looking for
12. Planning a field day reclly: 'I then throughout the w id.-- -----I sponsored by the Wesleyan Service full for 1943. They have bought new playmates 'cause Doris Cheshire -
13. fire in A. make drapes for the and Clarence Arnold have got-
Placing extinguishers Alouquerque material to
'I I But almost at once It was dls-I Guild of the Methodist Church andMts of their clasa-
halls. B. Lima. covered that the girls could not Finger was selected: from theService Girl Scout room, and will complete j'' ten together in some Chandler WM
14. Planning fire drills. C Atlantic CityD. \ soon as possible. The' es. I thought Billy
I kept from anything that was so Guild: as our leader. The them Just as
15 The construction of broad RochesterE. helping with the drapesfor pretty sweet on Doris.
interesting and such good fun EUS Girl Scout Committee from the pators are she
blue since
I I One of their Martha has been
room.
Jumping pit. Nashua scouting So. side by side with the Service Guild was Mrs. Rhea Huntchairman the scout Russell had
In the darker Is to roll some yarn I rcclvedol'd that
The listed projects 1. Ohio and next projects
I Boy Scouts the English Girl Guides Mrs. Blanche Hunt '
have been Mexico t Cross and to make a been sent to Illinois. But we've no
print are the ones that I 2. New Then the little boys I Melba Loutham.Our for the Red
: sprang up. will the
Red doubt that Martha keep
the Junior
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completed.: I 3. New York i begged to be let in, and Sir Robert I first meetings were held in ontrlbution to home fires burning until he return
Respectfully submitted 4. New Jersey Cross.
had to think the Wolf Cub idea; ;
tip
the Methodist Church annex once
Tiny Watford President 5. New HampshireFind The Gators have helped keep the : again.
.. --VTennis II the answers somewhere else I' to keep them busy. In no time the I a week, and the charter members I Girl Scout room In good appear- I Beatrice and Clarence Lofton
small raters: clamoring so the
were
tenderfoot test
who passed their along as
be
I this planted the flowers in don't seem to getting
on page ance. They
Erownie branch was created for I I
and became Girl Scouts were: Er school are working on well as tleyel'e for a while.
VKID I II their benefit. By this time Sir Rb-I, nestine Hunt. Mary Alberta Lou i front of exchange the scrap; book. Help I What's the matter?

DAY ert had quite a large official familyon tham, Virginia. Lee Culbreth, Alma I a with world the scout drapes; the patrols I Some of the boys were glad to

TournamentThe his hands-and Lady Baden- Joyce Trumble, Virginia Parkerson together will have a ban- see Betty Burdeshaw In town this

The Okeechobee High!! School Powell had plenty to do too, with I Wanda Nix Barbara Moore Polly working this month to mark their first I week. Wonder if she had a. date-

I I youngsters retrieved some of their I the growing Guide movement.A Gay Grcenberger. Lucille Johnson quet birthday. The Gators had a cake with any of them.

first two games of the Ten clothes from the rag bag that they; I friend of the Baden-Powell! 1 Peggy Chandler. When we had all raffle and made $15.00 on it, and I That's all for now. so Just remember -
nls Tournament be held Wednesday wore several years ago and came to was a spirited Southern lady Juli passed our Tenderfoot test at our: paid up all their obligations to the :

afternoon. Right now we : school: rearing them Thursday. The ; ette Low an American married tan :> I Mother-Daughter Banquet in May I national organization. "As ye sew. so shall ye rip.v ."

have no idea who the champions big hair ribbons and pigtails were I II Englishman. From the Scottish I we were presented by Mrs. Rhea Fourteen of the active Girl Scouts --.---- --
will be but they are lined up as I prominent among the girls who 'castle where the Lows often spent Hunt our Girl Scout pins, and I have uniforms and they will wear
follows: brought their baby dolls to school I vacations Mrs. Low had plenty of \i membership cards which now madeus I their uniforms and attend the I H S. HIT PARADE

Wednesday Afternoon, Mar. 10 I with them. chance' to see the thrilling things full-pledge Girl Scouts. 'MethodIst Church morning nor I _
. 4 o'clock The boys were searing their I that Scouting was doing for the We were called: the OkeechobeeLone :I ship Sunday March 14. In this way I "The Air Corps of Uncle Sam".
Game No. 1-Tiny Watford and I short pants and overalls A dress boys and girls of Britian. She wasa I Troop because we were so I they wish to show their appreciation From Martha to Russell.

Porky Draughon versus Raulie parade was held in chapel Thursday person of tremendous enthusiasm far away from any other town that ta: the Methodist Wesleyan I "O bs of Love". Frcm Esther to

Raulerson and Snookie Watford. and first prize was! awarded to i herself, this "Daisy" Low. as she we didn't feel that It would be wise Service Guild for their loyal sponsorship ,,0. L."That.
Game No. 2-Dozlcr Clements and 1' Doris June Thomas second to Jack) was caled-a person of quick resolve to become associated with a Regional and to emphasize their i Soldier of Mine". From Betty-

Charles Parkerson versus Jack Duke. Wolff and third to Susan Han. I and nigh determination. Wit- Council but worked directly, I promise: "On my honor I will try : Mae to Alberta.

and Gilbert Donaldson. I I I I i ty. Impulsive and courageous, she through! the New York office. I to do my duty to God and my I "Are Yuh Spoken Per?" L. P.
cock.The
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Thursday Afternoon Mar. 11 chapel program was a childIsh could carry everything before her Every girl began to work on her country to help other people at all to Juanell. *
4 o rlorkGame drama scene and caused much when the made up her mind W:> putI second class rank. and we beganto I times and to obey the Girl Scout I "After It's All Over". "Cooner"
I Prof. C. M. Williams I I through some cherished plan. And I ''to .
I No. 1- I' laughter and enjO'JI1ent.V make a financial stand in orderto ; laws." Frances."Can't
and li. P. Mercer versus Jack Wolff I! she made up her mind to bring make ourselves better known In We're proud of our Girl Scout I Get Out of This Mood".
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and John Neff. ,, Scouting: to the girls of America. ,lour community. organization and we want it to Phylls to Connie.

Game No. 2Henle Walker and School Attendance I 1 Daisy Low had two enemies to Our first money making campaignwas I continue\ to grow in order that gills "For the Whole Duration". "Bear-

Frank Kelly versus Laurens and i fight which would hive discouraged( a cake raffle. We raffled off I might be better trained to live cat' to Jean Lee.

Frank Reeves. I a person less resolute: Sine: was two cakes and made 2000. This I happily together and to become "He Didn't Ask Me". Juanell to
FridayflemoclI., :March 13 Our school attendance this year I 1 frail in health and she was extremely money was used to pay our national better American citizens. Porky.I .
5 Clock has a very low average In both I deaf. Never considering troop credential fee. and to purchase I -History of World Scouting Just Klsse'd Your Picture

Game No. 1-Molly Bowden and 1 the elementary school and high 1 herself for a moment our trop flag. and American I Ref. Trail of the Trefoil. Price Goodnight" Molly to Joe.V .

Sylvia Snell versus Jean Lee Rau- school. Why we do not know i All this happened (in 1312! and I It fine with roles! and amblems. -History of Okeechobee Girl - ---

Icrson and Miss Finger. There doesnt' seem to be any was not long before Daisy Low. We found meeting at the church I Scouting Polly Greenberger.CharacterSketches. Answers to Character Sketches
'ThereI11 be no semi-flaals for more sickness this year than last balding against public Indifference K\as net satisfactory, because it was, : --- .-V---- No 7. Mrs McMullenNo.

the girls' teams if more girls do year but both boys and girls stay I was trying to establish a national not private enough, so Miss Finger 8. Mrs Bailey DeFoor

not come out. 1: out of school on the least pretense. organization for her growing more contacted Mr. Donaldson and he :
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'Sunday afternoon. March 14. 3:30: !, and then come back to school and i merit. Like Queen Isabella who is gave us permission to use one of

oclock, Semi-Finals. expect to take up where they left j said to have sold her Jewels that the basement rooms in the high Of Our TeachersNumbers
Wednesday Afternoon, March 17 off. This causes a lot of extra work i Columbus might set forth on his school as our Girl Scout room. The

4 o'clock, Finals.Treasure, I (for the teacher, and also holds: voyage of discovery Daisy Low sold Boy Scouts had used this room to

-----v. back the whole class. Which is hers to finance the needs of the 'I sure 1 paper in, and it was about 7 and 8. Both n \thesr

Farm not fair and is very inconsiderate.i i new work. And surely it was the I the biggest mess I've ever seen but teachers are "Mrs. although one I II II
i I one day makes a lot of dif- beginning of a voyage of discovery when the Girl Scouts got turned hasn't been long I

ference. Oh yes when the teachers for the girls who set forth on It- I loose down there with a colored No. 7-tau-'ht lower grade in

I A Success I speak to the student about it they a voyage which opens up new man to help them we soon had the Ckeechcbee not long ago but when
say "I don't care", and "Why come I worlds of pleasure and profit all place looking epic and span. Then she became a little more educutecl

to school anyway?" or "I come" the way along. Every Girl Scout tan Mr. Donaldson gave us permissionto 'ri"d her luck with the Seventh

I I The Theta Beta Club presented 1 lust because Mamma makes me. I explorer; an adventurer along I use benches from the auditorium and Eighth grades. She has 'a very
I' thinking these answers trails of and and with flags some pictures
ten performances of their play I've been nature handcraft and our responsible Job and if she forgets
and I've found several answers homemaking and the and flowers it makes a nice
many are
it over
and
"Treasure Farm" Thursday: I it she'll have a lot of angrv kids
i' was quite successful. From the for them. First our country treasures she stores away to use | Girl Stout room. on her hands.
needs trained minds and skillful and enjoy for always. Our main project: other thin
matinee and night performances No.8. we call! her teacher and
the gross receipts was $47.00. This hands. Second the church needstrained Daisy Low would like to see these II working on our Girl Scout class jet she doesn't teach us anythingShe

i I money will go toward vaV'lnS the minds and more Third an education pr"I'ares them and the leadfoil and collapsable tin
expense of publishing the annual workers. more every day-In lecting : stitution.-that is when Mr. Dur-
of the one to lead a richer antfuller twelve regions Into which Girl I tubes. We have contacted a number ; YOU
scrap book the publication is rance would let her get a word In.
and malaI life. Fourth. an education Scouting divides this country.: National of places about this collection Ir.t
Purple and Gold News We all agree that both are real Should bs <;j'tn5
taming the Recreation HalL a safe and paying Investment non- Headquarters in New York :'or the salvage drives. and probably i lI-round teachers.But .
,I I The characters In the play were: taxable and thief-proof. Fifth.el lis the nerve center from which in- have about 200 pounds or more on I who they are? Look for the US.WarB3 end S 1!r s

Robert Hamilton a son of the soil, school offers one the privilege 1 formatoin, training and details of; hand but as yet we have not found answers on this page.
Harden Harold Hamilton the best society. Boys and girls who program and organization go out to just where to dispose of it. I
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who has the capacity for are seeking to better their station 1 the volunteer leaders all over thei Summer came and Miss Finger I

?I I I a getting brother into difficulties: Joe Underhill I 1, in life and that of others, make the I i land. But It is really the girls who I left us but Miss Shirley Davis the

I Hamilton their true best companions. Sixth, school days mean Girl Scouting hundreds of: : assistant leader, took charge how- .
Faith
\ blue; sister. Betty Barber; Dulane. a offer one the best opportunities to thousands of them, In school and t'evor. our summer meeting did not NOTICETo

I without a conscience ''mftl-e! llte-e\erlastlng friendship troop and camp learning and livIng prove very successful so the meetings
i! and chorus: Harold's gin wife. Sylvia. Snell;; Seventh. It is patriotic to: train for and having such a grand time I were disbanded until September Landowners in Everglades Drainage District:
:1 Wattles the housekeeper and plan to lead a useful lfe. doing it. And Daisy Low would Five of the girls went to Girl
\1 Elise Ann tongue but a soft l The state realizes that educatedmen like to know that her friend Lady I Scout Summer Camp They were: The Everglades Art which became law June 3, 19011, containsthe
with a sharp
Zelda Johnson; Ebenezer make better and more useful Eaden-Powell is Chief Guide, now I Polly Mary Alberta, Barbara Anne. I following provision
I heart henpecked but devoted citizens so they grant us free text at the head of the World Association Wanda and Ernestine. They really SECTION 13 ill This section shall remain In full force and
I I Wattles, her furnished buildings, back effect for two ((2) veers from the date this Act shall become
Martin: Professor books well and to know that In thirtyone had a good time and came I a
i I husband. Maron botanist who busses and teachers for nine countries girls of many races with more enthusiasm about Girl law and at the expiration of such (2) years period then the fee
Fuller an eccentric: want us to simple title to all lands against which there remains
outstandingany
Paul months. Our parents feel a deep compelling bond of Scouting than ever. :
falls in love with Faith, Harry they such tax sale certificates, or tax liens shall become absolutely
Norton a have the best life can: offer so sisterhood, as they subscribe to the Then September came: and our
Greenberger; Frederick to: I vested in the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
send us
who make sacrifices to same laws and promises, and seek scout meetings were resumed under -
rung man from the city all old District and every right title or Interest of every nature or kind
buried school. Boys and girls we're the same goal of fitness and service the leadership of Miss Shirley
comes: to the farm seeking : whatsoever of the former owner of said property or any one
treasure and falls in love with enough to face these realizations of which the Scout Trefoil Is I Davis as Miss Finger did not return I claiming bv, through or under him or any one holding any lien
Draughon; Betty Alexander ; and let us make these opportunities the symbol. for the school year. We began thereon shall cease terminate and be at an end and the Boardof
Faith Porky
I a girl friend of Fred'sand i count for the most possible" good. On Friday March 13. 1943 the our meetings with an Ice cream I Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be auth
modern girl from -.- w-V----- Girl Scouts of America mark their supper out at Ernestine's.I orized and empowered to sell the said lands as provided by law.
typical
Is a
10 What 'Cha Know thirty-first birthday The Scoutsof I lOur had so
Rob- Answers membership grown
the city and falls In love with i This notice Is published for your protection,
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Raulerson; and Luella 1. Yonkers. 2. End. 3. Jacksonville Okeechobre mark their first | large and the girls who were In
.. ert, Jean Lee In', tattlln''' 4. Dade. 5. Hurdy-gurdy. birthday. The Scouts all over the i Junior High school felt that theywere EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
sneopm', pry ..
Long neighbor! a who makes things inter- i 5. A-2. B-1, C-4, D-3. E-5. world today can say together their i too old to meet with the girls




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